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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r N i IIJtdjtoflrJ I 1 J VQL NO 77f WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY 12 i 9O9c iiiTS A CENTS A Jiwiii ANNUM CLUB NEXT NIGHT Interesting Has Been And Large Attendance r The Is Urged Refreshments And Cigars JUt Follow S Chairman Ed Smith of the Enter tainment Committee for the Commercial Club announces the following program for the Annual Smoker Thursday night I Report of Secretary 2 Report of Treasurer 3 Retiring President JMartins re port 4 President Bows Inaugural Message 5 r Address Unity of Puiose J HaVry Allan 6 kddr ssWiuchester the NEGRO GETS YEAR SENTENCE ti Theodore Johnson Who Broke Into Pine Grove Store Gets the V Limit Rapid progress has been made in Circuit Court the past few days and nearly all the Commonwealth cases beenjdisposed Pine Grove about two months ago was given the limit for uu oiicnsc of this kind Tuesday morning The jury after being out a few returned a verdict giving yearsr I There were no decisions handed down by Judge Bentoh Tuesday morning and very few motions were made during the motion hour and none of any importance 7 Ben Oscar Johnson waEi given two years in the penitentiary for stealing from Tom Walden list August Gorge Kitchen colored was fined 100 for maliciously shooting and woundingCase For Wednesday- The only case set for trial Wed nesday is thecase of the Broadhead Garrett Lumber Company against A X Allan ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE NATIONAL BANKS Clark County and Citizens Choose Their Officers For the Year hjerantruiair electibn pf officers of the diti ns ntl ClarlcCiQunty Na ijoiiajBs was bektthe respec i T 1J an lfiuildings this m ming and c jfpllo Tg officers for the ensuing y yereelected Practically th6 saiietofficers and boafcl of directors of each bank were elected Citizens National Bank- J D Simpson President- T F Phillips Vice President- A HHampton Cashier W Poynter Assistant Cashier Board of DireetorsW B Wills M H Gardner M H push M Simpson T F Phillips 4 H Hamp ton Clark County National D B Hampton President- S D Goff Vice President- B F Curtis Cashier E 0 Fitch Assistant Cashier Board of Directors T G Barrow E P Taylor K Hodgkin S D Gfoff DL Pendleton Vic Bloomfield D B Hampton Floyd Day lURKIS T ACCETS TEN MILLION AujttroHungarian Offer For Annexa states- Satisfactory Special toThe ISews- CONSTANTINOPLE Jan 12 The Turkish government accepts the J Austrollungarian offer of ten million eight hundred thousand dollars indemnity for the annexation of Bos mAnd Herzegovina The possibility of war is therefore remoyed 4 t J i Se J t l j 2 1 NJ 7 lJIIj fi IttJ f e a V I lARGESt CIRCyLATION IN WlNdJ6TER 4ND OUNJY vj t t J THq WINCUESTER f I NEWU fl i 4 i l j L 7 JANUARY SMOKER OF COMMERCIAL T THURSDAY I PrODrarn Prepared Members Address 1 10 iimitesI l J S S GOVERNMENt CityB R Jouett 7 Address Asr See Winch s- tterW A Beatty r 8 Address Some Needed Imv provements D L Pendleton 9 Address The Part Adjertis J ing Plays in Building a C yJudga- y 11B ec nero fRefreslll 1 nts and cigars The meeting will be clledt9 or er promptly at 7 30 oclo kF tlie Gir cuit Court room and every member of the club ismrgedto be present TOWN WINS THE INDOOR GAME Large Crowd at Auditorium Moiiaay Night Score iTown 23 College 19 V If the enthusiasm of last night is any Criterion indoor baseball is lf assured success in Winchester In spite of tbe bad weather three hundred people turned out and kept the Aifditorium ringing with their appreciation of the work lone This being the first game a little raggedness was apparent but with more practice thB game will run much more smoothly an rapidly As it was six innings were played and these were replete with every kind of baseball ever seen on a field Some sensational stops and catches were pulled off and some ery S el low baseball was inftulgediiin Moore Prays Well Foi the town boys Moore in left field made a catch of a fly ball that sailed high over the decorations and beams until it was seemingly lost but as it came to earth again he smothered it Proctor pitched a consistent game He was hit freely at times but used his head to get him out of several tight holes Todd at first played fineballi Starred Stapleton starred foi tje College team Be made a couple of good catches ot difficult flies and did fine work at the bat fully justifying placing tim at the thread of the batting list Ureen als pliiooa good game in the oilier field The college patching was notable be- cauSe ot its jyiidneea Rosser did good wdjfk for time butlater coulcl not locate the plate and Crockett wasin tfstitnted He WAS steadier 1ni was hftfreely Stone was very handy with thestick Ciil wtft was very erratic doing splendid work at one minute and letting them go by the next More prac tice will work wonders for both teams The Rooters Club Mention must be made of the Rooters Club headed by Charlie Strother It furnished as much en tertainment as did the players The next game should be played Monday night and should see standing room at a premium The game as was predicted Was a win for the town team but by a close score considering the game The final score was Town team 23 college 19 That this score wili stand as the high record scora ofthe year goes without sayings Vf Score By Innings ITdwD Itf 47 44Total 23 College v 17 o 6 1 0 Total 19 Umpires Jim Phillips Geo S Dal gety ScorersMoore Dr Crutcher Mr A H Sympsom returned this week from Crown City Oho This section of Ohio grows burley tobacco yeralIIAm co G 7 tJ SCENE IN TAORMINA AND ROCK OFSCYLLA The famous rock of Scylla marking the entrance to the strait of iessina is in tho heart of the earthquake zone of southern Italy ItMvus first reported that this historic promontory which ancient navigators feared when travers ing the whirlpool of CharyMis had crumbled and fallen Into the sea Taor mina where so many ancient ruins stand was only slightly shaken by the upheaval JI fIRST REAL SNOW OF WINTER TUESDAY Several Inches Fall B j Daylight Street Car Unable to Run Part cf Day Real winter visited Winchester and Clarkcounty Tuesday morning The rain and sleet of Monday night turned into snow and at daylight several inches of the beautiful covered the ground The reporter for ThlewThotThed- that but few sidewalks in the residence portion of the city were clear cdof snow although most of the downtown stores cleaned their front Snow if allowed to rest on the side walk soon becomes hard and slip pery and dangerous to pedestrians All should take suffieient interest in the town to see that their walks are clearedIt found impossible to operate the street car early in the day be caust of the condition of the tracks and the overhead wire CI 0 MAY PURCHASE 11300ft DEPOT SITE Option Will Be Put Before Board of Directors at Richmond This Week MT STERLING Ky Jan 12 Mr G B Hall representing theGKq apeake Ohio railroad has just se cured an option oil a lot adjoiiuhjjthe site of the present depot forii con optionIwilla mond Va this week at which time it will probably be accepted There his been a longiight for u new pas senger depot in Mt Sterling and the chances of it being built look better at this time than it has ever looked At the last meeting of the Railroad Commission held in Frankfort a few days ago that body gave the railroad someinew passenger station in this city as the commission had ordered to be depotIwiUBank streets with an entrance to both thoroughfares The rection ofa new depot here wil be a grea- tidctoyfor thciiines Menfs GluK which has boeii ps1iiitJmiestiQn- for over a year Pays Money 10sCouhfy and State Chit L Prewitt cpuntyr fsberif j madeii fipialsettleraent with Mont Igomery county todayj paying into the treasury the sum of 4311255 arid secured his quietus This amount was slightly in excess of the amount paid the county by sheriff Prewitt for his tax collections for 1907 Sheriff Prewitt also paid into State Treasury the sum of 305QO but has not received his quietus from the State npt having made a full settlement of the dog tax collected in Montgomery county J 4iiAMERICA 0TO SETTLE Dl fERENCES ffi 7 fmbassadorJames Treaty S I Washington Jan l2Aftera long period of hard ajUenlWqirjvthat on some features of wlifcUyran into years Secretary gr Sikte Root and Ambassador James Bryce oi Q eat Britain signed atreaty for the settle ment of international differences be tween the United tates and Canada This is the agreeineift which has been popularly alluded to as the waterways treaty but its scope is imIpUeof everything in thevnature of differ ences between thetwti cbnhtries and machinery for ifiiestiohs that may 1 1J 1 AMBASSADOR BRYCE arise along certain lines in the future Provision is made for a joint higir commission to be made permanent in characte r tvv I W Dependent upon the final ratification of the treaty by the United States and Great Britain rests the settlement of numerous complications connected with the water boundaries along the northern border which have been the source of mbrei or less annoyance at different times Includ ed in these are the regulations of the use of tne waters of the great lakes with the secondary hut none the lens important questiqn t the diversion of the waters otbee cSUndaries in eluding Niagara falls t 1 VLSTCOLUMBUS f J t GQf TtGArttln13 ity wga it it t Ji of hon ball r given totiuIsoi H1ripd Governor of Ohio at Columbus Morfday iht t RETURNS FROM CINCINNATI cA1 Mrs ElIaWdIagjrd has returned fromjji week srri Cincinnati where she has been selecting the spring stock ofgoods jfqr l er millui ery S t ore1 f i r J fJj t I r ttluI 01 tij 1bEastern TMiPtf I Jr TILLMAN DENIES BEING CRIMINAl AND COURTSA FULL INIIESTIfiATKH fScores The President And Says Rpiii Resents Criticism flip WMq r tab And Has To iinflt in Eiiitaor To Get Evenci Washington Jan 12Being greeted by applause from the gUeriegf when he entered the Senate chambe to reply to President Roosevelts strictures in respect to his connection with Oregon timber land tr n5 ac tions Senator Tillman oft South Carp lina proceeded to read his prepared remarks with little attempt at dca torical effect He was accorded care ful attentipn by senators on both sides of the chamber the public ancl private galleries being taxed to their full capacity by visitors who peon pied all the seats and standin room while without the entrances long lines of men and women unable to gain admission stood for nearly thfjse l hours vainly hoping to enter ithegal leries In addition to his speech which had been printed in advance Mr Till man had prepared other brief remarks which he read A v It has been expected and desired he said that having made my own defense i should turn my batteries on my assailant I do not feel that my strength is sufficient for the double task for my physicians have varfted me against overtaxing myself briev of the truest and best sentiments in English literature is this from Tenny son Soiling another will never make ones self clean Admits Criticising Roosevejjt In iny public work here said Sen 1criticiseRoosevelt and I have doubtless given him good cause to seek revehse I have at various times arraigned him in the senate for tyrannical invasion of the rights of congress for usurpa tion of authority not given Jih y t the constitution for disobedlence of the law and the neglect of duty andy particularly in the case of Mrs Mbr rig for brutal attd cruel conduct toward a helpleds wdmariV I wad not aware that these darts of mine had j quivered in the executive hide and stung him so but the eagerness and Intensity with which he has present ed his case against me his making a precedent when none has existed before his taking from the committee to which he Jiad forwarded them the papers and giving them to the press before that committee had considered them indicates that Theodore Roosevelt enjoys to the limit the feeling of getting even with Ben Tillman and lays on the big stick with the keen est relish doubtless believing that the pitchfork has gone out of busi ness An examination of the presidents setter to Mr Hale which might Just as well have been a special message of the type with which weare so familiar said Mr TilimanEwiil show that the presidents charges boiled down amount to two in num berFlrst he promotes me to mem- ber1J in the Ananias club and charges In effect that J have delibeix ately lied to the senate Seftrad he charges that I have exeriedniy uSffiV clal Influence and work i enathr for my personal benefit Stone vt se cure the passage of a resolution and to press the department of justice to bring suit against the corporation which holds so much of the public domain in the west and will not sell it to settlers under the terms ot their grants from the government Quotes From Message Quoting from the presidents meg sage to the house of Jan 4 in which he said he had no charges of corruption against congress nor against any member of the present house Mr Tillman said It follows that he found no grounds for Indicting me in the courts which no doubt would have rejoiced him over much and all this fuss fury and fustaia about the seri ousness of the else and the gravity of the offense with which he charges me can be attributed to personal malice alone I have not to deceive anybody I have not told any false hoods I Jiaye not broken any law I have not beerfgullty of any immoral conduct 1 hatthe Tight to purchaie the land if J could but my judgment told me it was unsfefe as an invest Olitiyetpossible that I may have the opportu nity to purchase some of these tim ber lands of which he made mentlbn Itf his report Through m action at 00111p8jlngaction Tiy the d partme t if 4izdorand othera of that ilk are m t- dlsgErgsthe large ktiPw kthmy iJIt5aS Jy 4 Ji i r t 0 IJ 1cr r i litnt iO rV t Jlt w tt fef Fir Tit ami WidiiMr ri Qf fC Ctider hi Ctnirt4 art fI Portfths WariMr J 1 COPYl Stapleton Eone attempted i have stolo and are attempting holdW Refers tp Harriman K f The man who announces toesmr sthat he Theodore RooMyiri assumed the right to permit the steel trust to absorb its greatest rival coa trafy to law would doubtless not heal T tate to help his dear friend Harriman to hold 2000000 acres of the public domain because Ben Tillman has con- tmL4ated and wanted to buy l44Qr acres convictJed pro ecded to clear Dorr facBri6fiheSEtage which it is his greatest complacentJTftcokS aitlt3lorsqn fe give their approval vedktVcln1Yablds by it Infonclusidu Mr President Icourtv host searching investigation Nayl demand ts declare most emphatically I have never sought fo conceal my effort to buy land I spoke f to tae attorney general about It Iexpiairied to the agent of the secret servic the whole transaction when I gave him the Dorr circular and the conHtcer The question of motly will at last control andit can not Je shoyn that I have any teasbn to cOa yCeal anything I invite comparison l4frpy private life and public work aa a nan and a senator with Theodore Roosevelt or any other and feel ab solutely sure of the ground upo c AVhJci I stand iWen Mr Tillman concluded Mr re9Lb there was no further oat jbrfeak of applause the vice president having admonished the occupants ot the aleries against making such jdeniQnsfratons Mr Tillman mw congratulated by a number of Iem Craticvsenators The senate then took a recess of 10 minutes in order that the visitor nIght leave the galleries without dis turbing the proceedings and upon being called to order transacted its routine business VOTE IS CASTI Carew Will Carry Result of Ohio eat lot to Washington Columbus 0 Jan 12Qhlos elec toral vote was cast for William HT Taft and James Schoolcraft Sherman at the final session of the members of the Ohio electoral college at whteh President John S Casemmt presided The balloting immediately followed a short invocation by RaT V Washington Gladden Joseph T Carew of Cincinnati electoratlarge was selected to carry the result of the ballot to the presi dent of the United States senate at Washington and George M SkIIeseC Shelby to convey it to the Unite States district court at Cincinnati Kansas Continues to Shiver O Kansas City Mo Jan 12SevrE cold weather accompanied by heavy fall of snow in western Missouri aaS parts of Kansas and Oklahoma eotinues In Missouri ad Kansas tlMr i temperature hovers near thezemark At Muskogee Okla the street cars were blocked by the heavy lID ot snow and cattle in the stockjaciti In that city died from exposure Wright Arrives In France Cherbourg Jan 12 6rv4He Wrfgit and his sister Miss Katherine bar arrived here and proceeded toward Paris Mr Wright said Tie did w intend to make an aeroplane flight lii France but would continue towitowards perfecting the opparat Her would probably go with his titer1 Wilbur to Pau i Shot by Stray Bullet Hamilton 0 Jan 12i When 1 delivered milk on Was lngton street Frank Concannon 16 was shot In tkeV left side by a stray bullet His earn panlon Mart Kammerer was unaWe to tell who fired it Concannpva condition Is critical x I CHURCH SOCI AT J 1 HOME ci JHMAC NEfl4 f jrlTorary Society VVThere will be a church social t tthe resiaence of RevJ H Ms Neil at No 20Prench avEnue Tiy day evening at 7 oclock fort W dfitof the centennial offering df the nuMibnary society R fre iuMMlv Willbe urveaandthrpill be plity of rood nrnKC jIr1OIIe is iavitfil 4ttes4nd briDc ilverofr- ici r k7iiIc Y J14t f tii JiJ LJAst tditioR 0t 4 1 NO 77 r KY TUESDAY SS Il A COPY j Has Been M Large hI The Is Urged And Cigars To Follow Chairman Ed Smith of the Entertainment Committee for the Commer cial Club announces the following program for the Annual Smoker Thursday night 1 Report of Secretary 2 Report of Treasurer 3 Retiring President Martins re port 4 President Bows Inaugural Message 5 Address Unity of Purpose J Harry Allah 6 Address Winchester the NEGRO GETS iTheodore Johnson Who Broke Into Pine Grove Store Gets the Limit Rapid progress has been made in Circuit Court the past few days and nearly all the Commonwealth cases and a good many civil suits have been disposed of Theodore Johnson the negro who broke into the store at Pine Grove about two months ago was given the limit for hi cicnse of this kind Tuesday morning The jury after being out a few minutes returned a verdict giving him ten years There were no decisions handed down by Judge Bentoii Tuesday morning and very few motions were made during the motion hour and a none of any importance Ben Oscar Johnson was given two years in the penitentiary for steal ing from Tom Walden list August George Kitchen colored was fined 100 for maliciously shooting and woundingCase For Wednesday The only case set for trial Wed nesday is thecase of the Broadhead Garrett Lumber Company against A A Allan OF THE NATIONAL Clark County and Citizens Choose Their Officers For the Year- 5he7a itual electibn6f officers of the Citizju Jtnl Na oii 1B 1ksW held tfIe respec 1 ft ba I bu1dings this luoriiing and efollp iig Officers for the ensuing j r ee elected Practically the saiiexofficers and board of directors of each bank were elected Citizens National Bank J D Simpson President- T F Phillips Vice President- A H Hampton Cashier- J W Poynter Assistant Cashier Boflrdof DirectorsW B Wills M H Gardner M H Push MS Simpson T F Phillips A H Hampton Clark County National- D B Hampton President S D Goff Vice President- B F Curtis Cashier U 0 Fitch Assistant Cashier Board of DirectorsT G Barrow E P Taylor S K Hodgkin S D Goff D L Pendleton Vie Bloomfield D B Hampton Floyd Day lURKISH t ACCEPW TEN MilLION Offer For Annexa lion of Balkan Special to The Jan 12 Turkish government accepts the offer of ten million eight hundred thousand dollars indemnity for the innexatidri of Bos liia and Herzegovina The possibil ity of war is therefore removed r l P J 1 J r t 1 tl fti f 0t W fl tS 4 n ir fjIf j t 9 iARpEst ciR Qi4T NN vyiNCJiipsTER AND 41RKCOUNTY t r vi f wto f WINCH ESTEIf NEWi D IIVQL J WINCHESTER JANUARY 9O92fcFs 10 i 1 I ANNUAl SMOKER OF COMMERCIAL TCLUB NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT f interesting Program Prepared Attendance Members Refreshments Address 10- YEARSENTENCE i ANNUAL ELECTION BANKS CIariCunty GOVERNMENI AuitroHungarian States- Satisfactory News- CONSTANTINOPLE jlTh 1 TllL4 CityB R Jouett 7 Address As I See Wincheg ter WA Beatty T 8 Address Some Needed Im provements D L Pendleton 9 Addre stThe Part AdtisLi- ng Plays in Building a Cfcy7Judge W M Beckner J Refreshments and cigars The meeting will be calledt9 order promptly at 7 30 oclocklnthe Gir cuit Courtroom and every member of the club is mrpedsto be present TOWN WINS THE INDOOR GAME Large Crowd at Auditorium Monday Night Score iTown 23 College 19 If the enthusiasm of last night is any criteriQn indoor baseball is If assured success in Winchester In spite of the bad weather three hundred people turned out and kept the Atfditoriuin ringing with their appreciation of the work lone This being the first game a little raggedness was apparent butwith more practice the game ivill run much more smoothly an rapidly As it wasp six innings were played and these wele replete v jth every kind of baseball ever seen on a field Some sensational stops und catches were pulled off and some Very yel low baseball was inclulgedijn Moore prays Welt Foi the town boys Moore in left field made catch of a fly ball that sailed high over the decorations and beams until it was seemingly lost but as it came to earth again he smothered it Proctor pitched a consistent game He was hit freely at times but used his head to get him out of several tight hoies Todd at first played fiuoballI Stapleton Starred SStapleton starieri foi tl4iliege team He made a couple of good catches of difficult flies and did fine work at the bat fully justifying placing him at thevheadt- t e batting list Green also Va good game in the other field The college pitching was notable be cause of its jlan Rosser did good wiJ forjatim butlater coula notv locate JBhe plate and Crockett wasjpuDstitnted He was steadier lt n1reely Stone was Very handy wjtbthe stick Ciil weU was very erratic doing splendid work at one minute and letting them go by the next More prac tice will work wonders for both teams The Rooters Club Mention must be made of the Rooters Club leaded by Charlie St other It furnished as much entertainment as dM the players The next gamer should be played Monday night and should see standing room at a premium The game as was predicted iwaB a win for the town team but by a close score considering the game The final score was Town team 23 college 19 That this score will stand liz the high record score ofthe year goes without saying Yr Score By Innings Town ii3J i 7 44Total 23 College 17 5 6 JifJ Total 19 Umpires Jim Phillips Geo S Dal gety Scorers Moor Dr Crutcher Mr A H Sympsom returned this week from Crown City Ohio This sectioii of Ohio grows burley tobacco and Mrf Sympgon has spent sverzJ- wee1there4m the cthlo the Affierican Tobacco CdmjMuiy Xi 4j14 t5S t k- HL SCENE IN TAORMINA AND ROCK OF CYL AIThe famous rock of Scylla marking the entrance to the strait of lessina is in the heart of the earthquake zone of southern Italy It was first reported that this historic promontory which ancient navigators feared when travers big the whirlpool of Clmrybdis had crumbled and fallen into the sea Taor mini vbere so muny ancient ruins stand was only slightly shaken by the upheaval i FIRST REAL SNOW OF WINTER TUESDAY Several inches Fall Bj Daylight Street Car Unable to Run Part cf Day Real winter visited Winchester and Clark county Tuesday morning The vain and sleet of Monday night turn ed into snow and at daylight several inches of the beautiful covered the groundSThe reporter for ThNevhotied Luau but few sidewalks iu the resi deuce portion of the city were clear ed of snow although most of the downtown stores cleaned their front Snow if allowed to rest on the side walk soon becomes hard and slip pery and dangerous to pedestrians All should tak sufficient interest in the town to see that theirwalks are clearedIt found impossible to operate the street car early in the day be caufe of the condition of the tracks and the overhead wire Cl 0 MAY PURCHASE MOOl DEPOT SITE Option Will Be Put Before Board of Directors at This Week MT STERLING Ky Jan 12 Mr G B Hall representing tlieGKei apeake Ohio railroad Las just se cured an option o ia lot adjoinihg tlie site pf the present depot for a cOt siderationv of 13ToOO The option will be put before the board of direc RichImondit will probably be accepted There has been a long fight for u new pas senger depot in Mt Sterling and the chances of it being built look better at this time than it has eyer looked At the last meeting of the Railroad Commission held in Frankfort a few days ago that body gave the railroad fifteen days in which to show some headway regarding the building of new passenger station in this city as the commission had ordered to be done It is probable the new depot will be erected between Maysville and Bank streets with an entrance to both thoroughfares The rection ofa new depot here wil be a great victoyfor thejxsines Mens whiclr has b6eii pjishjil tjjquestlbn for over a yeai 7 Pays Moneyto Couhtyanft State Cfiit J5w Prewitt ounts1ieri- ffadc1aLetlnient with MQI1t Igomery counly tottayj paying into the treasury the sum of 4311255 and secured his quietus This amount was slightly in excess of the amount paid the county by sheriff Prewitt for his tax collections for 1907 Sheriff Prewitt also paid into t State Treasury the sum of 305QO but has not received his quietus from the State npt having made a full settlement of the dog tax collected in Montgomery couhty i 1 Ii iIP AMERICA ANOCANADA- TO SETTlE llIfFRENCES Jfll lr Secretary RootfndjAmbassador James BrvctV algn eY Treaty V Washington Jan 1f After a long period of hard pajUe that on some features of hfc1tan into years Secretary pf Slkte Root and Ambassador James Efyce of Qreat Britain signed a treaty for the settlement of international differences be tween the United States Wand Canada This is the agreemeiit Which has been popularly alluded to as the waterways treaty but itS is bfoaddr than that if designation Implies as it contemplates a disposition of everything in thenature of differences betwcen thfe twp countries and machinery for Juestidhs l1 thkt may- AMBASSADOR BRYCE arise along certain lines In the future Provision is made for a joint high to l e rmade permanent in characteZS1Dependent upon the final ratifica tion of the treaty by the United States and Great Britain rests the settlement of numerous complications connected with the water bounaarles along the northern harder which have been the source of more or less annoyance at different times Includ ed in these are the regulations of the use of tne waters of the great lakes with the secondary but nohe the legs important questiqu of the diversion of the waters otleaeondarIes in cluding Niagara falls YI VISTSCOLIJMBUS 3 4SC4 tT Gt1rt o thI ity wits one fXeucl ets of honor aLfl14 inaugrer1ies and ball given to JusOfl Har4ion Gvernor of Ohiro at Columbus Morfdayhight RETURNS FROM CINCINNATI f milflMrs EllaWy Haggard has t returned frdm a week sfaiyrviri Giiicinnatij where she has been selecting spiiiig stockodsfqp ier theI erystore J fj Llk1Jt u IttXV IC The And Says 9us 01 ms teti M Has Eone TO ii To Get Even I Washington Jan 12BeIng greet reply to President strictures in respect to his connection with Oregon timber land transac tions Senator Tillman of South Caro lina proceeded to read his prepared remarks with little attempt torical effect He was accorded are ful attention by senators on both sides of the chamber the public kind private galleries being taxed to their full capacity by visitors whop Ou pied all the seats and standing room while without the entrances lang lines of men and women unable to gain admission stood for nearly thr ee hours vainly hoping to enter the alt lories V In addition to his speech which had been printed in advance Mr Till man had prepared other brief remarks which he read Jvv It has been expected and desired he said that having made my own defense i should turn my batteries on my assailant t do not feel that my strength is sufficient for the double task for my physicians have w rftech me against overtaxing myself One of the truest and best sentiments in English literature is this from Tennyson Soiling another will never make ones self clean Admits Criticising In my public work here said Sen ator Tillman I have not hesitat criticise and comment cm the actions and utterances f Roosevelt and I have doubtless given him good cause to seek revense I have at various times arraign dhn1 in the senate for tyrannical invasion of the rights of congress for usurpa tion of authority not given im by the constitution for disobedienl wbf the law and the neglect of duty and particularly in the case of Mrs Mor ris for brutal and cruel conduct toward a helpless womati I w S not aware that these dartg of mitie had quivered in the executive hide and stung him so but the eagerness and Intensity with which he has present ed his case against me his making a precedent when none has existed before his taking from the committee to which he had forwarded them the papers and giving them to the press before that committee had considered them indicates that Theodore R ose velt enjoys to the limit the feeling of getting even with Ben Tillman and lays on the big stick with the keen est relish doubtless believing that the pitchfork has gone out of busi nessAn examination of the presidents setter to Mr Hale which might just as well have been a special message of the type with which we are so familiar said Mr Tillman will show that the presidents charges boiled down amount to two in nun ber First he promotes me to mem hershfn In the Ananlas club and charges In effect that J haY0 delibeix ateljr lied to the senate S cnad he charges that I have exerted Dyom cial influence and work asit senator for my personal benefit lone t6 Secure the passage ofa resolution and to press the department of justice to bring suit against the corporation which holds so much of the public dO- main in the west and will not sell it to settlers under the terms of their grants from the government Quotes From Message Quoting from the presidents message to the house of Jan 4 in which he said he had no charges of corrup tion against congress nor against any member of the present house Mr Tillman said It follows that he found no grounds for Indicting me in the courts which no doubt would have rejoiced him over much and all this fuss fury and ustaia about the serf ousness of the case mid the gravity of the offense with which he charges me can be attributed to personal malice alone I have not attempted to deceive anybody I have not told any falsehoods 1 have any lawj1 have not been ullty of any Immoral conduct I had the right to purchase the land if I could hut mjr Judgment nity to purchase some of these tIm her lands of which he made mentiOn Itf Ws report Through mt action at textion has been directed in ar com ping way to the need bf prompt actloQ 1jy the department of justice Whether I eyer get any of or not does not matter If Hirrlmajt and others of that Hk aiiat t- disgorgetke large k tkYIb- ab t rJ i1I 7 I f jTf Jt I rr f t Ss tS5 l U I 1Ii 4fl J i1fiX WSi tSttI i t tr ZlSSSsdy Colder in Ctni1 aisd f Eastern ortierisT tlt i WrmerWsdnesay Ill Jo i ms a Richmond a commission TILLMAN DINIEswEIN6 CRIMINAL ti AND COURTS fit INVESTIGATIO Scores President plants Criticism ilt limit Endeavor 11when Roosevejjt dtoj notbroken Olit1yet holdIagsh1 fji Mlf 1Fair 3 bay stolo and areMtempting thold Refers to Harriman tV t Tbe man who announces to COK 1 Si sthat he Theodore Rooieriri la slimed the right to permit the ten V trust to absorb its greatest rival co4Urary to law would doubtless not Y faateto help his dear frI nd Harriman to hold 2000000 acres of the public domain because Ben Tillman has cont Jemplafcd and wanted to buy 1440 atresjThe president having convict I ma proceeded to clear Dorr4in both cases contrary to the facts iariil smilingly stares from the center vv 6ftheEtage which it is his greatest rdelight to occuPY and complacently 1 cbkstia have the American people bid 1t hirt1etege their approval to his verdict I await that veidIct calmly and without fear and wIT- hyabidey it t 1courtJl1ostNay1 demand it vl declare moit emphatically I have never sought tsconpsaljiny effort to buy land I spoke L to tajattorney general about it I explained to the agent of the secret servlc the whole transaction when f I gave him the Dorr circular and ths let 4rwhich had been sent me con V- cerplng it The question of motiv will at last control ahlt can not be shown that I have any reason to CODr T ceal anything I invite comparison Jpf py private life and public work a a and a senator with Theodore V ROleve1t or any other and feel ab solutely sure of the ground upoac which I stand hA Mr Tillman concluded Ifremijs there was no further oat jbrekk of applause the vice president having admonished the occupants 0Athe glJleries against making such denipn rattotls Mrj Tillman WE congratulated by a number of Ieme craticrjsfcnators The senate then took a recess fJf 10 minutes in order that the visitors mIght leave the galleries without dis turbing the proceedings and upon being called to order transacted its routine business V VOTE IS CAST l f Carew Will Carry Result of Ohio ear lot to Washington Columbus 0 Jan 12ohlos elee toral vote was cast for William EL k Taft and James Schoolcraft Sherman at the final session of the members of the Ohio electoral college at which President John S Casemntpresided The balloting immediately followed a short Invocation by B TVV Washington Gladden s Joseph T Carew of Cincinnati electoratlarge was selected to carry the result of the ballot to the presi dent of the United States senate st I Washington and George M Skile j Shelby to convey it to the Uniti States district court at Cincinnati Kansas Continues to Shiver r Kansas City Mo Jan 12Sver ricold weather accompanied by heavy fall of snow in western Missouri a4 L1t parts of Kansas and Oklahoma ea 7 tinues In MIssouti and Kansas tOp temperature hovers near the fecM mark At Muskogee Okla the street cars were blocked by the heavy firif ot snow and cattle In the atockyari in that city died from expOsure Wright Arrives In France Cherbourg Jan 12 6rv411e WrfgJ and his sister Miss Katherine bftvv rarrived here and proceeded towiur 1 Paris Mr Wright said he did DeIt intend to make an aeroplane flight iiFrance but would continue to W JC towards perfecting the apparatfK Her would probably go with his broth er Wilbur to Pau Shot by Stray Bullet Hamilton 0 Jaa1When J delivered milk on Washington gtrwf Frank Concannon 16 was shot In tlwr I left side by a stray bullet His cam- panion Mart Kammerer was unWe to tell who fired It Concarinoftf condition Is critIcrL V c i CHURCH SOCLEAT J = J HOME OJJtM NEtL- IEeryOne tjffis lfl1tetL EMaStlig F r ene t fi eJI1 f y 4ary Society 1 tVThere will be a church social giim at the residence of Rev J H Kae Neil at No 20Pjench avenue This day evening at 7 oclock forth W ie Bit oJE the centennial offering of tk rolsiionary society Refreghk illbeierved anbellbep loflooa muac Byexy one is mtNt and bring ilv ottacmfr o v J f t rII 1 L iif r If 1 JIrf j t tj F t dyJ t i J I J 1 lr 14J nn K r f L i n r J tf 4 I 1V THElWmCHESTER NEWS 4 t t H- Iii I IIit ON TVB WED THU FRI SA J- p HI w 3 4 5678 9r1O 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS lB202l222 4 25 27 2S 29 O- El 1 J HOME TRADE MAXIMS capful Suggestions For Increasing r the Business of Towns W0od you hinder the further con iscentrktion of wealth in great cities Isll the resultant evils you will 4ftui hat the simple principle of pat 0fii ing home institutions instead of Jferelgn ones will work wonders Just so long as the merchants of the jOKfttxy insist on carrying on business Shi the manner that their fathers did rtwenty years ago just so long will the catalogue houses continue to increase ftbelr patronage Up to date methods jtad a careful study of local conditions tl the use of printers ink in the 2igbt way will be effective In lessen ig the evil It is a good idea to cultivate the friendship of the farmers more closely If only the right presentations are imade by the banker the business man 4m town much good can be done to- Ward awakening an interest in farm 4i communities a pride that will be tof great benefit in the way of increas ing the business of the town and keep Jig money from going elsewhere Any resident of arcommunlty what J9when he sends away to a distant place for the goods that he requires not alone does a lthat is directly against his own interests but against the interest of VerY resident of the community He mists in destroying the business of JUe home town helps deteriorate the Schools decrease real estate values nd does his part toward building up JB foreign place In which he has no 3mtereet Some is the cornerstone of our gov senmenty the pillar of our civilization When the masses learn that every iftme that a dollar is sent away from the home it injures it just so much fobs it of so much comfort takes away just so much power for good then theI 2preign houses that are taking trade irom cities and towns will receive less patronageRAF FOR BILLBOARDS hard Watson Gilders Condemnationr if the Advertising Sign Nuisance In condemnation of the billboard ncience this letter was received by the American Civic association from JaicMrd Watson Gilder editor of th- eorY Magazine Aa I went to my office one day d one of the mostly beautiful of modern buildings a Savings bank re neatly built of white marble In clas fitcal style It is a pleasure to look upon j thIs rabble and restful structure And It fe a pain and an anger to have to fitake in at the same glance an enor irons liquor sign high in the air bee v fond and above itt What i the use of building exqui It iiitte structures if any1 tasteless and re i jsoreeless trader can omc along with i hI glaring dominating appeals for I T jronr money and utterly spoil the ef J0ct jt is as if in a symphony con jcacijvcndersofsbapshould be allowed I t oiipand down the aisles bawling a y v firwares Jt V1A similar experience accompanied 1 Y railroad trip recently over ongpfl lnIfx1 crayof advertiIng signs spoiled the f slat of the rich otherwise harmonl I 0toB landscape ajf t commu ty appreciate pommerciallyia is a asset as well as i37 forever and then the advertiser JBiftat fiend will not be allowed to go Jip aid down the land destroyIng views V twwhIck means destroying values values Rchick belong to jth entire population MMl which no individual baa the right JInmP 7I4Jlr THE OLD SAIL DRILL Perils the Modern Warship Men Do Not Have to Face One of the dangers and ont of the hardest tasks of the manofwars man vanished out of his life when with the supplanting of the frigate by the steam cruiser the old time sail drill became a thing of the past Fleets in the old days were continually exercised in making and shortening sail shifting spars and all similar maneuvers aloft says Captain J W Gambler of the British navy in his Links In My Life As the greatest rivalry existed among the crews as to which ship should carry out the evolution first accidents were frequent Hardly a drill day passed without m2n being seriously in jured Once during a drill In Kiel harbor where the rivalry In the fleet was in creased by the eagerness of foreign ships to compete with the English an unfortunate French midshipman went head first from the mizzen crosstrees of the French flagship to the deck That numbers of accidents should take place in sail drill was not astonishing when one remembers that spars eightyImens hands and brains to guide them hundreds of men crammed into a space of a few hundred square feet where nothing but the most marvelous organization and discipline could avert death on deck or aloft To the landsman who understood nothing of the difficulty involved in rapidly shifting these great masts and yards or in reeling and furling thou sands of square feet of stiff canvas perhaps wet or half frozenthe rapid ity with which it was done was per haps the chief wonder Ropes running like lightning through blocks that were instantly too hot from friction to be touched had to be requiringof mind while the officer in com mand had to superintend what to the uninitiated looked like a tangled mass of cordage but which was in reality no more in confusion than the threads in a loom In an instant this officer might see something going wrong To delay a single second meant a terrible catas trophe Every one alow and aloft wasrelying on his judgment Belay Ease away The order came in an instant The- boatswains mates repeated it in a particular call which this life and death necessity soon taught every one to understand the shrill whistles rising above the din of tramping feet and running ropes or the thunderous crash of the great sails in the wind Death had been avertedor not If not you looked up and saw some unfortunate man turning head over heels in the air Your heart stood still Would he catch hold of something even if only to break his fall or would he come battering on the deck It was a mere tossup If he was killed outright it generally stopped the drill for the day if he was only Seriously injured the drill went on for this was part of the lesson that must be learned- thatin peace asin war one must take his chancesI Encourage School Gardens Nothing we may provide for the school children promises richer returns than Ahe school gardens Aside f m the educational andcphysical ad vintages id be 4erivedibg the child direct the ire planted park building encouraged anfls flower shows plant exhibitions etcl off the future Assured Thus farhe movement has been confinM to the cities irafit really as much deeded T the pounbr end jsmkller ton The school gars den should fi da haN ronsnr lDJlIP9A Ie t a TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE I OHIO Eastbound So 26 Daily JSx Sanday 842 a in- STo 22 Daily 1157 a m pmNoWestbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 2 50ptm No 23 Daily 4i fcsV LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No 37CincinnatiKnoxville lo cal 1000 a m No CincinnatiJacksonville limited 1057 a m u No MaysvilleStarifbrd local with Cincinnati conection at Paris arrives at 632 departs at635 p in No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1123 pm Northbound JTo 34r Atlanta Cincinnati limited 506 a m No StanfordMaysville local conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 am No 38 Knoxville Cincinriatv lo cal arrives 2 50 departs 2 53 pm No 32 Jac sonvilleCincinnati limited 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Win chester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY COI Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No2 iNo4 IDailyStations jv Lexington 2 25 735 Winchester 3 05 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 956 Beattyville June 510 11017 Athol 5 37 1045 0 K Junction 6051115 rJackson 610 1120 T No1T No3T No5 Westbound Daily Daily Sun Ex Sun Only AMT PMJAM jy Jackson 610 220 700 0 K Junc 615 225 705 Athol 6 40 2 52 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 7 30 3 41 8 151 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton Junc 748 357 828 Stanton 426854C- lay City 435 902 L E June j815 507 934 Winchester 520 9 4i ArLexin ton 6 05 JlO 25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXIICEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nos 2 and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky way stations andI W A MDOWELL qen I CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf WOODCRAFTI Methods of Canadian Indians In Trav ersing Forests A Canadian Indian states a contemporary never loses his way in the woods being always able to find his 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 always a long time before they can see it or could hear a sound fromits vicinity If they expect to be followed by another party they stick a piece of wood in the ground on ff portage slanting it in the direction in which they are traveling Those who find it will know by the degree of inclination whether they who planted it are traveling hurriedly or not If it be in summer a small bough or piece of a shrub is fastened to the 8taker and by the extent to which tt has become withered those who find it will know when itwas placed there If a hunter as very often happens has to make a detour or to remain behind his squaw In search oi gam she will occasionally indicate the route she has taken by sticks placed in the around partrono o J 0 b p r It In I e w t a I u JOBPRINTINGI Ll l il OuYPlantr s equipped with theJatestfa cilities to turn out the best of job I Work vV I 3 Our Business has increased materially = in the past month It is growing Peoplefe v who never patronized this office beI fore are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small topre went our giving it the very best of k attention We Have the Best Plant in Easterni Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of andJobsare turned out of this office the day they areproms ised There is no irritating delay We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and foldedwork Lawyers Briefs can beset as expesr ditiously and cheaply as in any part ef Kentucky All We AsK from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we will not urge you to come again THE VINCHESTEI NEWS CO Lc INCORPORATED S Main St Winchester t T JOBPRINTIN Eir i i Jo b PS- J r In t Ig i rj i 45t l t i r t1i7 lj lontl t 4 J rjI t THE WINCHESTER NEWS f rain r TOAD UNHARMED BYPRESSCRfc 7 i Proof of Creatuie Ab1Jttt Conk rILimits+ I An experiment was recently mate in the claytesting department of a machinery company at Bucyrus 0 in which mad was plaeedn a 20 ton brick press and was tour times subjected to a pressure of 11000 pounds without injury The Question at issue was whether such a pressure would loll the toad or whether its ability io compress it self was sufficient to allow it to come out of the ordeal alive The toad Vas first placed ina lump of gran clay and the whole pressed into a brick After the huge press had Zone its work the solid brick was lifted from the machine and thetoad winked its eyes contentedly stretched its legs and hoppedawayPopular Mechanics HELD BY CHARMS OF PARIS t Two princes Souphanovong son of King Sisbwath of Cambodia and Ouanilo son of King Behanzin of Dahomey are causing much anxiety to the French minister of the colonies The young men suffer from a violent liking for life in Paris and refuse to be educated and trained in any other part of Prance Soup hanovong absconded from leis schoolI at Bandol in the department the Tar and came to Paris He is be lieved to be sbmewhere in the capi tal but beIfound Ouanilo fled from a Montpelier school and has informed the minister that he vill commit suicide If4e is not allowed to reside in Paris The minister threatened to cut off financial supplies but Oua li- fo replied that he would theii become a beggar in the Paris streets FROM DARKEST AFRICA Strickland Gillian gives out this news from darkest Africa where terror prevails in the animal kingdom A good deal of complaint is heard among the native hunters since the prospect of the Americans coming has set us allby the ears Ombanga fi adda one ooursolid citizens declares that he hasnt been able to catch enough hippopotamus for a mess in two weeks that his gazelles thatfr greatjer come in and kill everything While ithe feet of honest home laborers children are practically on the ground TREE PLANTING IN MEXICO The federal government has ap proved the donation of 10000 an nually and this city firera Cruz of 5000 for the planting and conserving of small forests on the large sand hills known as the medanos which surround this city For some time the planting has been going on and soon incoming passengers will note fine luxuriant vegetation on the places which now present such a bar ren appearance Mexican Herald A PRACTICAL GIRL r She is engaged to a man with a very modest salary But she has risentothe occar sion t InOW Shes having Tier French y maid learn to cook Kansas CltyJour I maL r t THE DIAGNOSIS Slqboy Doctor Im troubled with insomnia I tumble and toss in bed all night long What do you suppose is the cause of it Uoctpr Perhaps you are Worrying over that bill you have owed me for the past two years AN EXPLANATION You are a pretty harp boy Tommy Well Id ought to be Pa takes me out in the woodshed and strops me three or four times a week Ilarpers Weekly t HIS ONLY CONSIDERATION Friend Go easy or youll have a smashup first thing you know MotoristDont get rattledold chap The firm that sold me this machine guaranteed to keep it in Tepair for ayear- She A CRITIC Dont you think she takes great pains with her singingf IHeGives I think would be ticc4kesr JPick MeTTp r 3 i T t cAUTYI IIB lCIean in First ste Iii r Improvement Work tATTRACTIVENESS PAYS Moro Beautiful Rural Communities Will Stem the Cityward Tide In crease Value of Property and Fill Up Vacant Houses According to one authority the ini tial step in town Improvement work should be leaning up of back yards and he Says that actual trial has deco onstrated that dirty bacK yards maybe cleaned up a colt ranging from 10 cents to125 It is of course no usg to urge the cleanup of front yards ifi the work is to begin in the rear for any one having a clean and orderly back yard may be depended upon to have a front yard that is somewhat attractive A campaign of back yard cleaning would remove many of our cities and towns from the charge that American premises generally have Queen Dine fronts and Mary Ann rears Make the country towns more beau till and the desire to leave them for the great clUes will not be so great In springtime the dwellers in the cities turn with longing to the country and the country town They long for green fields and singing birds and Happy the suburban town whose people have made its streets shady its appearance attractive for to such will come peo pie who add to the communitys life and prosperity From an economic view village improvement pays says the Los Angeles Times It fills up va cant houses It increases the value of your property it educates your boy and girl and it will make this world a plcasanter place than you found it The cities great and small are do ing their whole duty In providing parks but the villages and small towns seem to think that parks are politicalecouomists the cities are growing faster than the country and they ask why it is Parks boulevards libraries added to the other attractions of the cities are sure to entice the country youth from the humdrum life In a frouzy hamlet We should have beautiful country dis tricts along smooth and well improved highways as well as beautiful trees towns arid cities They are all impor tant in the life of our people but with all this improvement do not overlook rural and towii parks of sufficient at tractiveness that young people will choose them as places t6 spend Sun days arid holidays Good rqads lead to cities but roadside attractions may be hude stron to stem the city ward tideIIt is particularly exasperating to the promoters of public enterprises look Ing to civic improvements to note bow fOI1loNo sooner has a fine highway been I finished wherefrom all users may drink in the natural and acquired beauties of the landscape than the hills become blotted with all sorts of billboards Every hind of means should be taken by improvement societies to drive billboard users out of business Those places large enough to have a municipal government should pass or dinances restricting the dumping of rubbish and compelling owners to keep their premises clean The fol lowing is a good model in part for It Is onlj the first three sections of a ten section ordinance passed last summer but these three explain the intent and purpose of the whole Section L Any weeds or rubbish on any lands or lots or on the sidewalk space in front thereof in the city of Riverside Cal are hereby declared to be a nui 2 It shall bo unlawful for own ers or occupants of any vacant land yard or premises to allow the same to be overgrown or overrun with weeds of a noxious or useless character or to allow the sidewalk in front of such premises to be overrun or overgrown with such nor ious or useless weeds growth or vegeta tionSec 3 No person shall dump or throw rubbish of any kind upon any lot or tract of land upon any street alley lane court or or sidewalk within the city of Riverside except by the writ ten permission of the mayor of said city Nor shall any occupant or owner of any premises in said city place or allow to be placed or allow to remain upon any of said premises such rubbish without the written permission of the mayor of said city An American woman went to live in a Canadian town She with her husband occupied ono of a half dozen houses on a fine terrace surrounded by private grounds Behind was the courthouse with the usual collection of county buildings its grounds too surrounded with the terrace and a dense untrimmed l growth of trees and shrubs which were a menace to the eye and the health of the community The American woman began to trim her trees and plant vines around her house Nasturtiums and geraniums were planted but the alley in the rear of the house through which a private road passed had long been a dumping ground and eyesore This attempt to beautify induced every one in the block to follow suit Unsightly fences Vanished weeds disappeared and lawns were kept shaven until now they took like velvet The trees and hrubs around the COUIty buildings were trimmedrand now pavements are being laid all over the city and a great Improvement is to be noted wherever they have beep laid What was once almost an eyesorehas become one tif the most Tbeatttif ur streets not only In the province but on this continent all through the initiative and persistence of a woman whose heart was in her w9rlI i S II t r IWEECAKMTED COLUMNS II in various fit exactly prefer sustain I a ceiling or they are a distinct and tower of strength R P SGOBEE SON COINCORPORATED the of be at few of if Peoples State Bank 1OOOOO began business ago depresoL steady growth fro the in the number Qfour and in volume Qfour business We We You are inIted to us attenioa all J M Cashier JL L B The Arrival of the Year the newest uptodate meth ods in the cleaning and dyeing of suits overcoats etc and in the cleaning of ladys fine dresses waists etc Turn over a new leaf for the new make a good to have garments cleaned and pressed dyed at Tailors WINCHESTER TAILORINGCOMPANY Clothes Cleaned Pressed and DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allad A Murphys Store opp Court Hoes CALL ON- NElSONTbeTransferMan by or night if your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 339 Wheat Rust Wheat rust is limited to no sectlorl or grade bitgrain but Is encountered alt the cyerL r crtr ii as well as the plain our ready to lise mill work We carry styles of caps andcapitals to andmatch and pick out the style you Used to a roof a porch a literal WHEN YOU SEE OUR SIGN- on a building under you can makeup your mind that builder using the best materials You can stile the cement plaster etc are the that mean a good building the start and repairs afterward That the kind building you want Then order tl e materials Purina chicken you want J R Goal Id Supply Co CAPITAL This bank less than three years start depositors the enrollnew names every week want yours coiildliy open an account with Per sonal to business HllJGKIN BROw President L COCKRELL Vice President New means mens year and resolution your or Abe Cincinnati Repaired day you want Eyprywhere world I Come construction is lime kind here feed eggs Martin The Horse Looks Aroundin surprise when we shoe him for the first time Never knew before how comfortable it waS to be shod properly Hell know more yet when he realizes how they give confidence to his gait Treat shoeingHell reciprocate in better work and better temper T STROTHER SCOTT CALL AT OUR OFFICE AM GET YOUR CALENDARSFOR JOUETT INSURANCE AGENCY SIMPSON BUILDING Over Artis Turnbulls Store Conkwright Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling end Hauling Fur Pianos Ica Specialty jnJtIe JWa Strwt Mtk PHMI r j i I I GET BUSYi Buggies Harness HorseBlankets r and Robes Going at a Sacrifice WOffereda Everything carried in a iirstclaM harness and carriage store cut M lthe quick V f k We must vacate our present quarters i irnfetatl1lr y Buggies jv 4t 150 Kaufman Buggies rubber tiredrati 25 135 West cot Buggies rubber tired ati HSrt 125 Westcott Buggies rubber tired at ji 100 Buggies rubber tired at 135 Cut Under Driving Wagons at r 0V 65 Buggies steel tired at SBtVI V fio Harness Saddles and Strap Goods 1 1650 Harness at IZaAt r1800 Harness at Uv xLi i 14or r 1500 Saddles at Mt II J0 V 1250 Saddles a- tRobes 900 v Blankets B 10 bORqbesat 7 QQ6 00 Blankets atiBg 8 00 Robes at 5 Blankets atG 2t 0rI 3 50 Robes at 250 1 50 Blankets at f QOM There are many otHer articles too nura7 erous to mention tHat go m tliis sale i f MATTBEAN J FAJIRFAX STREET tp I COLUMBIA t i I DOUBLEDISC RECORDS A different selection on each sIdelh They fit any machine r Y That tells the whole story except toJx f DoubleDisc you get a better record f on each side than you ever bought be- fOre i at A 120for the same tw se i ec j tionsy Get a catalog i J e v i WinchestertI t No 5 South Main st V WINCHESTER KEN U3KY ta i r tr r fti AOY TJ f 1J l S f r lfii it t i r III kuJ4Xt i tJ4t c L 7 a tf Y i jtr kt i rc J r S1A I IJ 0 t I f r r J r 1 t i t C F X I f I t It I t b t I 5tycrff j = i y 4 c nlJff c = i fitc d vo tl vK ffWN v ilOtIElTEI II W JJIJf W HHMCilEStlR litflLAn Independent Newspaper Published by 1M Winchester New Co sa V Incorporated lf5 jI U OLe South Main Street Winchester KentuckyBh Daily Except Suite ay T jWBmt ered as secondclass matter Smmber 28 1908 at the post office 1 Winchester Kentucky under the Jfest 0f March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier DelveryAo JPcily one year 520 O week 10 Payable at office or to collector iy week Mail Delivery 1ti fta wear SHAI Months 1JMi month 25j Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES 11 DisolayPer Inch I 0tim any edition 25 JHia times within one week 50 Dot week continuously 100 IQtoe calendar month 300 tiWir weeks four times a week 240 rlW week three times a week IBJ jPWrvweeke two times a week Wquc weeks one time aweek 7 XutiB discounts 3 months 10 pe mmk 6 months 25 per cent on jjiMfr 33 13 per cent JJ gffj Reading Notices Per Line Baeuiess notices body type 7 kb Pare reading news headings 15 L HHw Phone No 91 1tr TUESDAY JANUARY 12 1909 ers THAT STREET CAR n II We wonder what happenedr1e inchester street car MondayIt- 4iii up and down Main street as if was a real car giving real service t 40 the citizens of this city It was ossible to get a ride without waiting Iii ones patience was exhausted rely the schedule publishedi9l1e e18Jast Saturday J I with the improved service r tf JHE GROWTH OF THE SOUTHV i r v The country is aware in a general way of the phenomenal growthof tie South in population in the extension of railroads in tile increase of indus Bf trial enterprises and commercial i transactions We hear of new mills n factories of all sorts as well as of improved methods of agriculture and longneglected areas being brought under cultivation but there has been nothjnjniblished giving a definite idea of the great strides Jhat iare been made In a recent debate in the Senate on the postal saVings bank bill MrjAlf- lrichi submitted a statement show I jog the increase of banks in different sections of the United States between Jime fJ 1900 fand July 15 1908 7 jInj3few England national buildet- cti3dlI from 563 to 485 state btnk M can 21 to 19vhule trust compa iiies mcreilseii frun 71 to 128 and Y savings banksfrbJP453 to 455 show jag a totajLnjnQ54rfeeof banking in stitutions for the period of 39 made i i p UTiostentirelvof trust comp Mcs In the Eastern Spates comprisingi- J Jew YoIyJey Pennsylvania Dwarqry1api and the District ofXlfolnmbia national banks increased fronivt343 to 406 trust companies frora- s98 to 513 savings banks from 192 ilip 207 f Pite b 1f whidli tinne appear hi the New t England YStates decreased i rqm 40 to 29 t banldngViVj Coming to the Southern States we t jdt some striking results Nationhl r tanks vfncredsed from 568 to 1377 j trnsj companies from 3 to 26 State Hl9 fiSinL from 1 917 fn 3312 saving vianks romjjl tol4whiI prvate- ecreaedfromrCi 91 to 73 the n 1otatincreas shown being v 3 515 fs 4ti 1Io1j I1g Rr sfents some strikin- g1vorstst to1 cdn itions in the New Elandaiid Eas1ern States II the t eW ilglanaStnfes there haslieen j 11itfJowthon1y 39 in the eight jfaTjQyeTqdz mjhe rich populou jv MNnmiir ial Eastern State ohly 8i2 f v Mcrease J while thJ Southern Sfailf t lkw3215iearlf tinc wte i J Il i ilmc1 An tercrence be nth S8JIth it othtr sei UtftJimnch gter nua f TH 4 II A t 41Js it JI 1co r ri i tf bSouth12ichile iL tlother twp- combb4i4iere ar ni4Itisi- 1 iltng to iUt that the have a tQtal of 4i m biakswhile he total of theoth Xr twoetionsfwith all their great nties isnIy 3740 a difference in- avorthb South of 109- 0efigures j s7a do not show the in tease iPtradeand manufacturing in AjgSouthjjbut they do show the num vje of now tools they have had to provide in the last eight year to do heir very1tfnspiritifi f exhibit En quirer hscdA The Bor That Wins In the City Brawn is riot of much account in those activities of thecity which the country boy strikes out for when he bites the great leap Nevertheless It has generally been assumed that the physical stamina of the boy reared In the open with hard work for a hen tage makes his venture cityward a success A discussion on this point jfiaabeenstarted through a recent re JtoarSf to the boys of the New York Ity college by Its president John Huston Finley vifbp is himself a product of Ounry life Mr Finley holds that h jcpwutry does have the ad gIg1tp i purely physicaj equipment ljjft push Imagination and courage jj AVu pen the dpoV of suqqesa to Jhe itrypy In the city He has these qualities in greater degree than the ccity boy because his soul has never iQlt ramped and confined In the coun try and his ignorance and illusion really help hlnf during apprenticeship The city bQY starts in with misgivings according to Professor Finley The top is beyond him But the country Jpy n ms for the top He has always bossed something if only the sheep or hens His cutting loose from home Is a cast for fortune Nothing Is too high- tor91m to aspire to whereas as a forknIJlie Dance as an Aid to Health U Ex cqmes sometimes have their uses and It may be that the freak dancers who noTjsr challenge public attention qndnublic criticism by their startling W1Pya ions will bring about a reac tion toward sane and artistic daubing Even now there is rivalry at word one of the newcomers Isa dora ljuncan makes her appeal as the exponent of the Greek idea of danc ing the expression of the beautiful in motion as well as Inform A man or- an ingenious automaton should be able performanclancing as part of a system of train- Ing for the body and mInd Is not new Neither has it been confined to dev otees of the Greek cult It has often Been practiced in the treatment of cer tain forms of ailment und the modern tendency to use every available aid to healttiIs certain to fix attention anew to the claims of the saltatorial art Thereputation of the dance is under a cloud Yet it has served a noble pur pose in the history of the race Well ask people why they laugh and sing as why they dance Still if half that is claimed for dancing by prophets of the Duncan type is true It must be possible to give a wise answer which none but cavilers will gainsay The MOntPelee horror of 1002 has been outdope by the appalling mbrtal ItyjVln Sicily and Calabria The desti tution caused by the destruction of so J1on royiisid villages will b6 felt for months by the survivora who lost all but life in the terrible convulsion r The minwhooinsis the man who holds op just a little longer tan he tHinks lie can tr t Jt isnt enough to simply turn that newledfvcGlue itd6w with the paste oLpiirpose The winner of the Marathon raced c not spend his time looking back to s ee how much ground he had covered or how hard the road had been eoplcd forward The roadto bet ter business to prosperity individ beforeiiotBeach Hargis breaks out of jailbreaks an i4 atfinally attends church The News in our Tumiis a s helttracleamore t r4Wtion iul the muuter We imagi We mftst of them present were think ing 119OO1i he 1 I 0111atb S batk in jail again tlt RAVE FIRE LADDIES fteft iSei1ie severe burns putting ArnicajSoph pm For Bums Scalds ui43uts ind Bruises its eaxths 7 te5tl1te 1r Quickly uures Skin rn tiosOldSdres Boils JJlcers fl11SVv V r v V Vvii k4 JAPSACA1NON T ANXIOUS SEAT Keep Taboil California leg isiature t ADVERSE life FEARED Newspapers Express Surprise at Al leged Evidence of Unfriendliness After Sincere Effort Made by Mika v pos People to Prove Regard For Americans r German and English Journals Published In Tokyo Fo ment Trouble Tokyo Jan 12 Following the re ceipt of special c ble dispatches from San Francisco relating to matters now pending before the California legislature Japanese newspapers here elaborate upon the strained relations that may arise through the passage Df bills and the enactment of laws forbidding the ownership of land and the attendance at public schools A Japanese residents of the state A majority of the papers assume the passage of the bills asa probability and protest aga4tbem as an In justfce to ine J panee now living in California The Asahi the JJji and the Niqhi Nichi express surprise at what is termed an evidence of unfriendliness after the sincere effort on Japans part to prove hqr friendship toward the people of the UnIted States The extreme opposition papers as sail the Japanese government for fall lUg into the arms of a nation which at the first opportunity not only shows its unfriendly spirit but even denies equai opportunity to the Jap anese Newspapers published in English representing British and German in terests are making much of the Cal ifornia legislatures action and are pointing out that America while recently endeavoring to creat an im pression of friendliness toward JaI pan in reality was unfriendly The situation is seriously embarrassing to Americans residing in JaI pan and are especially so as the in cident follows so closely the creation of an excellent feeling through the visit of the Atlantic fleet the American commission to the Japanese ex position and the excursion of busi ness men from the cities of the Pa cific coast r The foreign office is endeavoring to convince the protestihg newspapers that the proposed action of the Califoriiarfe fslatpfq does not repre sent generaU ttiteHcjta sentiment but the publications continue to be extremely pessimistic in their tones and some of the editorials of the op position jreis bedppiing violent are liable temporiI7to inflame popular opinion and lianiper the exercise of American Influence in Japan for many years CREDITORS f TOV GET MONEYI Sale of Pope Motor Car Company Plant Ratified by Court Toledo O Jan 12 the Pope Motor Car companytre assured of their claims being paid when Judge RobrtW Tayler of the federal court made soljute the sale transferrfng the properties of the Pope Motor company to the Toledo Motor company a reorganization of the Pope interests The receivers of the old concern vrere directed by the court to pay in full the1 claims of all creditors The ieceiv rs will then be discharged Mistake Nearly Fatal Lebanon 0 Jan 12 Mistaking a gasolie Can for a coal oil receptacle Ike Llehcr created an explosion that came near costing him his life when its force blew every thread of cloth Ing from his body Lfener has been employed by Barney Kahn a junk dealer and started a fire to burn some wood from iron wagonwork In order to basten jtbe work he sought coal oil bW mfbUgWmistake picked up the gasoline His legs were badly burned After the accident he hur ned home by way of back lots Boy Cremated In Wreck Springfield Mo Jan 12Anorth bound passenger train crashed into the rear of a freight train on the atWalnutof DeWitt Davis 16 and severe in jury to a number of others Davis was trnyolhig4ntin emigrant car from Oklahoma to Carlin Mo He was in the caboose and was pinioned tithe wreckage and bjirned to death tiJ For Ohiohip Canal uWashirgtonai J lepresehta t ve Keifer PtQ tolptrpdup q a bill authorizing tte of war to tppoint a boiamyoffenfneers tan JJe a preliml atY 1H ntton and survejQ and to prepare plans for a ship canal connecting Lake Erie and the Ohio river on the line of the Miami and Erie canal from JToledo to Cincinnati seeYeek ardonISt Peterslwlg Jan 12 = General StoesseV Rear Admiral Nebogato and s ral pthfers of the officers ot high rink Sow In tfie fortress of St Peter nd St Ppal hRve applied for pardons or jBommutatten of their se- ntnceth ys ar1 been ken 4rjiti I J1 f t 1 p1 ct rL i OPiPdSC THE BAlL Representatives Not DIspoMd to Grant Use pf pension Building washington Jan 12After undergoing a stormy discussion in the house of representatives the resoia grantingofperDceremonies and the use of the pension office building for the inaugural ball were compelled to go over for two weeks before the final action will be taken upon it As it stands the section relating to the pension build ing was stricken out and at further amendment was made refusing permission to extend overhead wires in the structure It was manifest from the outset that a majority of those present were opposed to the pension office proposition Mr Sims of Ten nessee was most vigorous in nis op position1 Let us not dance over the claims of the old soldiers he pleader If hesaldjthe ball really was in honor of the president he would not make complaint but he declared Cit is a dance to make money He believed that President Taft woufd feel a pang of sorrow while in the ballroom where ladies will exhibit beautiful forms and display magnifi cent pearland diamond necklaces when he knows that possible fires may destroys valuable records Fear Ice In Ohio River Evansville Ind Jan 12Southern Indiana aid western Kentucky are in the grip of a severe blizzard The heaviest snow of the season fell and it came with sleet malting travel difficult and as a result many trains are delayed Rivermen fear heavy Ice in the Ohio river CAMPAIGN fOR HOME I MISSIONS ANNOUNCED i Meetings to Be Held in Leading Cities of Country New York Jan 12Plans for what extensiveithe interest of great national prob lems as they confront the church were announced by the home mis sions council consisting of the home mission boards of the evangelistcal denominations throughout the United States The campaign will cover both east and west with meetingsin sev eral of the large cities of each section In each city a twodays conference will be held Prominent mem bers of the clergy and laity of the addressIIt is announced that the primary purpose of the campaign will not be to raise money but to present to the churches of America the impor tance of the home mission enterprise especially as it has developed in recent years The newer problems which present an appeal for missionary thought and endeavor will be properly emphasized These include the congestion of cities the perils and opportunities of immigration the rising Socialism with its possible con filet of classes and the aggressions of fanaticism and superstition The meetings in Cleveland 0 will be held Jan 28 and 29 and in Cincin nati March 23 and 24 Bellingham Shaken Bellingham Wash Jan 12Bel lingham was shaken by an earth quake Buildings in all parts of the wasis of the shock was about 10 seconds Brick buildings were so badly shaken that the plaster fell to the floor and there was a panic Only one shock was felt Texas Talks Prohibition Austin Tex Jan 12 Statewide prohibition is considered the question of most importance in connection with the present session of the state legislature which convened today At the recent Democratic state convention platform instructions were that the question should be submitted to A popular vote and these instructions will doubtless be followed Relief Fund Grows Washington Jan 12The total contributions for the earthquake sufI ferers through the American Red Cross society aggregate 700000 The amounts sent to Italy up to date aggregate 540000 Captain Barr Is Dead Boston Jan 12 Captain John Barr who was considered among the foremost yacht racing skippers died at his home in MarbleheadI JTHE M AT Of IT A scoreof persons wefe Injured in a crash between two cars on the Day ton Springfield = Urbana traction line at Kesslers st tonIOUs Eady Wood who took the frttelegraph jnessage by sound is dead anils home In It6rfN ty Four bandits convictea of 18 mur ders and 118 robberies were guIllo- tined at Bethune France James Yokum and three members of his family living near Lima 0 were bound and gagged by masked robbers who secured 500 in money and 56000 In bank securities According to a decision of the To ledo fO board of sevice city em ployes must pay their honest debts or suffer cHsmlwuil i Permanent Athletic Club and Directorior Winchester The Adams System of Mode n Scientific Physical Education WITHOUT APPARATUS is a natur J fascinating practical health work THItfK OF YOUR FLABBY MUSCLES THINK QP HOW LITTLE YOU CAN ENDURE Think what a grunting artist yOu are and how weary others get hea ing it of your round stooped shoulder and hollow chest Think of your lack of development and of how a few minutes a day properly applied will almost make you a new creature in feeling and form Anew though well tested magical and jnterest ing process can be yours at small i ost Study it with me and rejoice as other do You not only improve v onderfully during the course bntrhave the splendid accomplishment for a ife time Keeps the blues away and health up to the standard Highest endorsements of leading business men in eighteen States where the systim has been taught It is worth something to know how to avoid Colds onstipation Indigestion ana many of the common ailments RESULTS DEVELOPMENT STRENGTH HEALTH i Strength ens heart lungs and weak backs overcomes nervousness and torpid liver promotes good Circulation g od digestion sufficient oxygenation 1ortifiour bodies against disease germs prevent headache and rheu matism makes flaily tasks easy Thjs practical system you will continue withdelight Itis not drudgery v Learn CORRECT BREATHEN Reduce or increase your weight Straightensyour shoulders Study tow1 to keep young and fresh 1 Study scientific principles and accuracy so as to harmonize with Natures laws Methodize a condensed system Permanent monthly classes being form ed for business men and boys to begin about January 18th Pupils taught from 9 to 65 years oldITllFor Particulars Phone C ADAMS BrownProctoria Hoitf JOLETT5 INSURANCE AGENCY will on February 17tH pay 0rf SSOO v to the person who first supples the greatest nUniber of the missing words in the advertisement given below Mail the slip with the missing words inserted to Puzzle Department Winchester News You may have as many trials as you have slips Slips will be printed each Tuesday Thursday and Saturday until February 15th The Editor of The News has the advertisement in his possession in a sealed package and the seal will not be bioken until the night of Feb 15 09 Fill blank and mail to Puzzle Department Winchester News arT IItwill worth for i these but a policy of in ofAgency will be every it br JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENGY Name II P O Address Received M 1909 Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 I Surplus 42000 t I WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS J I UfvVillive you courteous treatment and attend promptly r to all business entrusted to us jl 4Pres Ar H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poy nter Ass t Cashier ItHE PLOT OF A PLAY f POW Sfl flti Cams to Write Ls- Pattesde Mouche adapiatlorihung fire not Because there was no prospect of a dinner but because his pipe was empty and he had not a penny wherewith to buy tobacco Sud iflenly on opening a drawer of his table he uttered a cry of joy at the sight of five ors c tickets of a wine company which gave its customers a voucher fbi d eItimes for every bottle pur chaseitA quarter of an hour afterward 1tidlwSthe happy possessor of a Silver franc piece and some sous be- Sides x Picking up a scrap of paper off the sap4efljftyQrrof the tobacco shop lie waS about to light his weed when the hisIout to be the fragment of a letter from therjwelT Imown actress to her son Charles Sardon put his find in his pocket button his way home his plot weaving faculties stimulated the fumes of the tobacco at once byI asserted This themselvesImother to her boyu he said to himself Supposing however it had been theI letter of a woman to her lover falling by a similar accident into the hands of thf womans husband wish lug to light his cigar The suggestion led to his play Les cMonli1c1e Simple Gargle for Sore Throat Tincture of myrrh two drajchmswaJ ter puruncwB virilSgftrJvfbur ounces y p iII bottle FUGITIVE SURRENDERS T Man Wanted For Assault In Kansas Will Return and Face Charges Los Angeles Gal Jan 12Bert M Taylor wanted at Mingen Neb on charges of assault and murder has been apcrehended at San Bernardino Taylor surrendered himself saying he was tired of being hunted He- denies his guilt and lays the blame for the crimes on another man whom he alleges assaulted and bound him In his room and then committed the crimes alleged against the two young sistersinlaw of Taylor Turkey Replies Today Constantinpple Jan 12Thereply of the Turkish government to the AustroHungarian offer of 10800000 as indemnity for the annexation of the provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina will be delivered today to Marquis Pallavicini the Austrc Hun garian ambassador Although ths amount is generally thought by the Turks to be too small it Is thoughtn- egottaUoI18 will led to an agree meat ir r f COLORED COLUHH i Vm Spillman has bought ouf the hotel department of the Maple street hotel which was recently conducted by H J Brent He asks the patron age of every one Born to Mr and Mrs Jas Rob inson a fine giiJI weighing twelve pounds The MuMu Dancing School Fprovingtalsucecss it being largely attended VT1 L tof k 1 4 t- jTI y r rLtiq 1b7 y iF I 1Tlft WI1XHESTE r ICEWS l 0 IIt5 1 bdirf Y r I Literary Club Miss Anne Dudley will be Hostess at the Literary and Social Clubon Thursday y s Euchre Club Mrs Bruce Duty will entertain the Euchre Club on Thursday afternoonr ThursdayfBridge Club J Mrs Strother Goff will entertain tho Bridge Club Saturday Indoor Baseball Did you come out to see the great indoor baseball game It was great certainlymi Fortnightly Club The Fortnightly Literary Club had a verY interesting meeting with Mrs Bezin M Scobee on Monday after noon Some unusually clever papers were read This club has done a great work and is Very elevating in its influence Only those who are members an appreciate the real work the members have done Moniday orldI1 hold the world butas a GxAdrio fX stake where eyerv man must playa rtShakespeale Hostess Mrs Scobee Roll callQuotations from Alex anger 1 PaperEnglish Prose Writers Iff671762 Mrs Buford Tracy j r2 Paper Actors of the 18th CenturyMiss Hazel Cornell Music Reading Jonathan Swift Mrs Maurice Miller Current events Bunyan Crawford Aliannouncement which will be of great interest to many of our peo pIe has been received Mr and Mrs William S Bell announce the mar- iiage of their daughter Flora Bun yan to Mr Charles Montgomery ofunu ry At home 153 Barr street Lexing ton Kentucky Socialrwas given By Miss Nancy Muhvat her beautiful ptheron of her attractive guest Miss Lela Hinson of Mt Sterling decoratepurple gold and unusually attractive in every detail During r the evening most excellent music was furnished by Mr and Mrs Isaac Todd After spending several hours in entertainingjan intermission was i had when a most delightful andre fleshing luncheon was served The- guests departed at a late hour rejoicing at the good time they hadiad Among Miss Muirs guests were Misses Nettie Bowen Hat tie Baber Sarah Clarke Miranda Roberts Levie Cornel Gladys Todd Mildre- A Golden Mesrs Will Horton Willie Lahdnim Bill Rupard Hunt Gol den Van Thompson Clarence King Andy Reffit James Sumpter Robert Haydon Schilor Baber Hood Thompson Roger Sewell Earl Rolph Shir icy Sumpter Elm rBaber Haydon Will Hensley Clay Babeiv r Willie Reflltt Claude Qldhnm Wilmot Sun Vergil King Mr and Mrs Johi Golden f e v I v PERSONALS MrE L Gordon formerly ofLaw ton Oklahoma arrived here Tuesday araoq Sq aalsanaujnjum IJIAV pu for the next year or two Mr Brooks Dudley of Lexington spent Sunday in town Mr Schwalbe of Cincinnati has returned fi6m alter a visit to his sis ter Mrs Simon 1 Miss ppld tobyCynthiati fte lerc Mr Ju iJ Sohalbe Jias returned to Cincinnati after a visit tiered iMrRaukin has moved from Sag gard street to the residence lately occupied by Mr and Mrs Thomas E Barnes on Burns avenue Mrs Frank Jackson is the guest of her mother Mrs Allen Prewitt of Mt Sterling Miss Phoebe of Hender son willreturn sometime tkis week to resume her work with Miss Rose Baldwin Mrs Ben Curtis Vas in Lexington Sunday to attend the dedication of the new HilJ street Methodist church Miss Anna Stoner Rash has returned from are k ends visit to Lexington 1Mr David t111tchcraftJof Lexing ton was in town Sunday Miss Tandy Quisenberry is in Louisville this week Mrs Prang Gordon spent several days in Louisville this week Lucy Stewart returned home 111iss Sterling today where she visiting for several weeks Quiteja jnumter of entertainments fiver ettin herhonor 1tfii Oldham of iLgxirigtonj is the guest of her sister Mrsv George Prewitt Miss Jeahnete Tracy left Monday afternoon for an extended visit with Mrs E B Clarke of Louisville Mr Al Simpson returned home Monday Mr Robert Owen will visit friends in Woodford county this week Mr and Mrs Martin Reed of In dianapoHsV tndare visiting relatives near Winchester this week Mr and Mrs Jr Chaney of mirth Park have returned from ta weeks visit to relatives at Irvine Ky Mr Ben S Bartlett of Wimi aven ue who lias been employed by the Farmers arid Shipers Stock Yards Company has resigned his position and will move to his farm He is suc ceeded at the stock yards by Mr Lit lieMiss Hattie Owen who has been visiting here sister at Indianapolis Jnd has returned home Mr Robert Owen will visit friends in Woodford unty this week Mrs S E Bowen returned home from Ashland Monday afteriiou Mr Harvey Prewitt of Mt Ster ling was a guest in town Monday Mr and Mrs Hart Robinson are in Maysville visiting Mr and Mrs Cox v Mis Anna C Goffof Lexington wns a guest in town Tuesday The D A R will valentinebskating party at the Auditorium on the night of February 13th OPERA HOUSE housedb York Maid Dandy Dixie MinstrelsI At the opera house next Friday will be seen the Dandy Dixie Minstrels headed by Billy Kersands This is misrepresentingsimitation of somewhat simlair at- gaarariteedtraGtapuj3lwt the reliablei company which bapks up its claim and4 statement with Your moneys wortlijr your mbney back Dont miss tliebest shpw of the season If you have a headache pains in the back that tired wornout heart failure depression or other Ttnsatisfac tory symptoms which are so often tot patientgo and see the cure for all blues the afterpiece The Possumville Spiel erszof the Dandy Dixie Minstrels CLEAN SWEEP Gettingready for Spring and want to clean up all odds t j tndentjs in Queksware Furniture f etc We are offerr Ibvctt tip your bargainsbefbre they are all gone rro i i The Winn Furniturp Co We Give S i II GreenTradiriq S tamf s- H iT r l 11 SNAPSHOTS OF THE MODE 5 Trimming For the Up to Date Muff a Neck Adornments It Is quite a fad to tie ribbon velvet around the center ands ends of the muff These ribbons must match the coloring in the hat worn with them Better far to have the veil suit the complexion than tbehat For this reason a woman who is dark and able in some instances to wear navy blue should not wear a blue veil with her blue chapeau as it is death to her sallow skin Instead a brown black or magpie black and white effect should be cEfcsen which is becoming to almost any skin and has theadvan hatIsome s A MORNING D1iZs4364- A pattern of this morning dress may be had in seven sizes from 32 to 44 inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4364 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mail of them display collar and cuffs of stripesThe very newest evening coiffure shows no rat at all The hair is part ed at the left side and brought back In a natural wave to an immense Psyche knot The illustration shows an exception ally pretty model for a good looking morning dress It is a one piece garment comfortable and easy to put on with no trouble about effecting a neat waist line JUDIC CHOBLET HERE AND THERE A Chic French CombinationHint For the Stout Woman Violet and blue is a French combination used a great deal For instance a violet silk hat will be trimmed with blueribbon and very modish women wear violet hats with blue coat suits Unless a woman is naturally straight up and down it is a mistake for her to purchase or 2 of the new coats with a wide straight plait down the back The plait looks well until it comes near the waist line when it com- mencesto widen and look skimpy Wo ztV fVYou wiLiIRG1stJrr43S1 peMtedn imdtjelgltfeenj years of agec Send 1 cents to thusoiilce vj g nuiftjei013Sl and It will bo promptly forwarded to you by mall men with hips can wear the newcoats beautifully The cut showsa smart little walking frock for girls from fourteen to eight eon years of age Carried out inra wide wale serge the result Is stun nirig An Inset collar of velvet aId cloth covered Buttons supply all the trimming necessary for this strictly tailored model JUDIC CHOLLEl S 7 IV j IMKHlf i L ft A STRANGE PEOPLE r A Strange Feople1with Its subtitle I Wier Cuiiito sand Curious I Batilts of theKentncky Mountaineers 1 by Archdeacon F B Wentworth of Winchester is a booklet that will repay perusal It is not the cut and dried narrative of mission work and workers that one finds so frequently in the report of mountain laborers in Ken tucky But itisthe description of a trip t through the JSastein Ken tucky mountains by Wentwortb thrown into nurratltif nn Intermingled with the story of the reli gious and social life of the people are tales of feudists description of the country and historical facts about their origin to The book interesting from cover to cover Bin Wentworth tells entertainingly of the fist white men to penetrate the region From the early Virginians and Carolinians came the mountaineers They are mostly of AngloSaxon or Scotch Irish descent Many of the names and some of the exploits of their forefathers are inscribed upon th e monUment recently erected at Boonesboro by the Kentucky Spcie fltinandrecord of the colonial gQVernnient preserved in Washington D C bear witness to their faithfulness he and their prowess on many battlefields The tale of an old feudist told EOh simply gives the reader a graphic idea of the primitive state of society and will come as a shock to the peace loving people of the outside wcr dIThe intention of the story runs through the pages It is not the dry missionary report that the av erage man or woman throws aside without reading but a vivid story of human life which ought to arouse the sympathy ofFall in the missionary work now being done by the Christian churches jR he mountains of Kentucky V ROSALIND AT1RED GATE r vt BosaUmratRecr Gate by Meredith KicholsoD Indianapolis The BobbsMernll co Rosalindat Red Gate is in many respects 1 rhpiole interesting and entertaininghjin tThe House of a Thousand p41e tr Ythl same author In the latter work Mere dith Nicholson had gr afc vogue The book was read and enjoyed by a wide circle of readers This new story will probably be far mor widely read j Laurence Donovan who figured as ont of the characters in the House of a Thousand Candles is the Hero ftJY k lwe women in the case are rceup1ns Helen 1and ly close resemblance to each other and are respectively made love to by Donovan without knowing until well into the story that they are two different girls Tbtj plot arefoly s did Miss Pa tricia Holbroo 1l her niece Helen who are in Aiding from the latters father the ojd bad man of the story a brother of Miss Hoi brook Miss Patricia is the trustee of the fathers will and it is for her to decide where the estate is to be divided between her two brothe if they prove themselves worthy Miss Patricia is one of the finestt J old fashioned entlewotoen draw a by any recent writer of contempo railoves her instinctively andffpllowshBr move ments with svmpjij Vfa Rosalinde father the other broth er of Miss Patricia is under a cloud and has disappenxedfrom all knowledge of his family The mixing up of the two families the endeav ors of Donovan tostxa bten out the tangled skeins make mystery and adventures galore The final clearing up of the chi actor df ReetilWds fatherland death of The wickefl roher1lwith thefmarriges ef tlie t cousin- sEdsihla and eadia- DONT y J lde 11 H ert1 D cal6 rj vt1i a it if fl rrr lUVPRCE A west ifgi granted gN ri3f on aeeom c altleiiep4r 1Jbreath i Ijug t i w Ii would has anted ifTlx Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trpnble eOllti Repel crids banish headaches conquer c11s 25e at Phillips Drrig Storet f riy2 z t 1 nt1ti J i t IC h1WEN 1J eweler icinJI t 1 BASEBALL GOSSIP Midwinter Hews For the Fans About the Winchester Hrrtfc f1 Secieiaay Phillips has forwarded J1i3 Eossett secretary of the Na tional Association of Professions Baseball clubs the signed contract qt the following plays for WinchestersJ 1909 team Newton J Toney W d Uarwoad Tine Garrett t Allen Ingels Ed Goosetrcer Oscar R Schmidt Chas B Ellis Tony W fatt Earl D Peek l rReturns Cwitract ci fnw Frank Kellir hits reftini ai hts contract unsigned and the humefnp the sfNortrng editor of this EfjP4wrie 1 arid gave out an mterVieWthath fer sed osigri the contrnctrbec4ftk paltry salairy Frank ffilg3tItell the Enquirer that 1h ysentreeeivea last yearY P Kellar is a good player but man ager Horn isnt losing anv sleep over He believes that Ccarran or Gar rett will be just as good Line Up 9f Tean From the present indications it ooks as though the team win open the season with Campbell on1 first Garrett or Currari second Ingell 1leftWyatt right Horn and Peicat chers Chapman Toney aria Har IItheWound is Heated Schmidt writes that his wound is about healed and that he is i mous for the season to begin He ISat work in Nashville this winter Schedule Committee The Schedule Committee of the Blue Grass League meet in Kiph mond February 10- Reserved List ti Manager Horn has sent to Presidentt Hammond the reserved list of last years players as follows Shrank W MItchelL Of these Wyatt and W MitchelL Of thees Wyatt and Ingels have signed for next season All of the players not reserved are at liberty to sign wherever they can get On eSiglled With Jackson Mitchell has signed with Jackson Miss but if he doesnt make good there Jae becomes the property of Winchester if he returns to the Blue- Grass League Vfhree of last years Blue Grass Lsangue players will be with Dayton Ohio in the Central League this year kngemeir from Frankfort and Elgin and McGonniek from Lexington PUBUC AUCTION i At 2 oclock Thursday I will sell Ut public auction my furniture and household effects MRS A SrmimN 1122L MODERN WOODMEN The interests in the Modern Wood men seems to be growing As unfav nighrst the Y M I Hall was so crowded that many had to sit on the edges of plat forms around tihe room while had to stand mid though the othcrsI es did not close until 1130 p a man left before that timeJFour rode tOO proverbial boa which TirnisLod great fun for a present leave fifteen applicants to be initiated After the of work the officers elected in December were duly installed by the District Deputy Head Consul for the year ofI 1909 The Oxnp meets every OIir day night rCHINAPA1 TING Miss Georgia Boston will have a three mouths class m painting and water colors at Mrs Pattie Kohlhasss residence ud Will be J la to See any ooc who would ljke Jo o the class fleers at uJy time Tees TarsSatiU MISS mWAYS cisjt It t II CHIKA PAIMT1NG I ale INMVrea is Y eJIChina Pig Fee li at my home m S KIia artrot an y ngtrnStil1ZvC1 RRmLKE iI4 YAY l 1 11 t 1 ft r 5ifJ k S yu Iv d t IWATCHESW j lJi 4tt Ln faWe have sone goodt things to talk about IA yj Watch line come hear whjatt J vcj have to say T 1JJ I dOP exemplification OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Jan 12 One Nit Only Mr Joseph Thonet Prcsiehts pe LIUKHING suecEsr We Dantiest of All Musical ConSiles Merry t I New York diffIirIIf t t ni Presenting MISS ELSIE EDNIGAnMELU Come ditt gild a Company of Competent Players I Without a Peer in Pure Amassment A Triumph in Mirth and Iiu iCi tipREFINED 150 Laughs in 150 Minutes PricesSiOQ 75 50 25 OPERA HOUSE Friday Jan 15th THE DANDY DtXIE MINSTRELS AND THE tmON P1GIFRS1tNllS BEST 40 BETS t Sure Enough DEardietje ea1IDarkey MinsireltSliowinf theWorld 18 F BILLY KERSANDS i IIdYfTtXEci ESSENCE OF OiEW HH1 THE 0 NEW YORK GITy BIG MINSTREL v HIT WATCH FOR THE PARADE And the Noonday bed Night BAND CONCERTS i j + Roe WiUMfS t S tt ROOFING GUTTERm and SPOUTING GAS WATER PLUMBING i iDelersin 4 Pumps tels Globes Stove PipeS elbows Home Phone Next to Fruits Grocery p 1 FOR fr J hTwo choice building lots on FrentJi avenue Apply to E E Hugh 3t Barnes Grocery Company thes ffi Lunch StandCbsliCain Carne fU t JGroceries ettfy Hibibb Ho t tlf WINCHESTER ROLLED illS inn Mills WhyiibfJftscll filibest prr i rfitw and White Pearl lieu liar y wL t w i MOVE pis SHOP Tom Cowan the Ropuiar who was buriwd nit intView Hotel fl j tf e his customers i8 5 hiwim lira nfnf jIa tna1fY tlaIICL t f l i frSft or IotIs 1 i t t F iVt 113Lc Th cr r if TbE WIUCHESTEPu NEWSr r 11ij CITY ROSE HJ DGE f H wa Small Sack YardiWlJs Easily 7 Made a B Iron fences can easily be made at trctite and greatly enhance the a jteantjr rot a town by following tile articledre is a little two story house onI d a titreet in West Philadelphia boMste one of the prettiest rose hedges thit ever reminded the tired city dweller of green lawns and country M1gxrdenk The house has as most West Philadelphia houses do a wee bit of r sodded yard behind Itonly a few feet aquxreand surrounded by a low iron force thvertthis fence the roses trail gay crinuiparaniblers and dainty pink ram Fromtn rroW that separates the house from Its neigh borfrigrpalr thef passerby catches glimpses of what looks like some love t daysthall the year around eat their supper in K cornier of the yard beside the roses and eta Bummer afternoons they enter tain callers there It is r one of the prettiest places in town this back yard of a little two story house And all that the wise housewife did was to bu some little rose plants the cclimbing find and trahi them dyer that ugly wires ionce The Influence of Bath Is there soy loyiU In the world that lasei imposed itself as much as Bath upon the life und language of the na tiQ m some there are Bath buns grlbthcr s Bath Olivers and the inili iamtladius who findte buns too soft nay throw Bath bricks at office or ether windows if they disapprove of ire BatK chaps Wheii we become rip firm itis the Bath chnir we seek And tiattthqusand years oftheiaiddle Rgesrwithout a bath seems now her riblel tondou Chronicle 1 J Drowns In Engich Chsnne- lvtondori Dec 1 Af ei Dcbscn gen ral agent for Tcsnjrnja in Lon don whilo crossing the channel from BotiFoge td Folkestone was drowned Hfs death is oclieved to have been accfdmtn t11 An Unsccir Pedant nAt Trinity Cambridge tho great Dr WiteAvell was th1 Incarnation of masterful unscchibility says Mr TTolTemache in his reminiscences A Trinity friend told me in the fifties that TTHewells evening parties went by they name of perpendiculars be cause the undergraduates were expected to remain standing all the time though lie himself sat down whenever he chose It is also related that being shortsighted he inspected each man in turn at unpleasantly close quarters and it was a high crime for any ono ip 8peafauntil he was spoken to On neroccasion under the trying scrutiny ML freshman remarked that the weather was fine Sir replied the pedant areyou not aware that if you have any communication to make to thev master ff your college you should maker itthrough your tutor The Way He Felt About It While several young ladies werE dls cussing novel plans for a church ba aaac a newmember of the committee propose tto have the pastors photo graph reproduced on pillow tops and f5Jjanee them off All the girls voiced r theiC approval at once but when thei plan was suggested to thq parson he objected St t really cannot consent said he Fve been sat on enough as it is f Ladies Home Journal- Secondhand CantIg4 out into the back yard mncL play in the garden mamma 1 Certainlyi pot child You must stay x c rind study your nature books b S t IhtegritySflthout knowledge Is weak useless P11Py J I REDUCEP I make photographs at great J xedaeed prices during the mont t f iraHBkrjv Everybody cordially in jt dtoi take advantage of the re ntiMfc v lBASFS ART STUDIO 1231a = Ffr i r t RAILWAY BEAUTY SPOTS Phle and Hydrangeas FOP Stations- Blu Grass For Right 0 Way One of the good things for which people have to thank the Tailroad Is the progress they are making in beautifying their right of way It Is the practice of the Pennsylvania afe Moodys Magazine points out to surround Its passenger stations which are practically the doorways to towns and cities withlitqe parks with terraces and gracefully curving paths and roadways To care for these sta tion parks is part of the duty of the maintenance of way department Just as it is to keep the rails and ties In good order Flowers and shrubbery garsing At a station on the Long Island rail road which is a subsidiary of the Pennsylvania 600 trees and shrubs be hydrangeasIstation on the Long Island 425 shrubs and twelve trees have been ordered of the so called perennIals and evergreens In the open country too far from towns the Pennsylvania has adopted the policy of making its right of way pleasant tb look at Slopes of unsightly rock or dirt are transformed into green terraces Henceforth the standard roadbed when the tracks are in a cut will include the sodded slopes Blue gras used for sodding will prevent the erosion which his given engineers so much trouble in times past In helping to solve the drainage problem the grass is even more useful than it is orna mental 7 Yachts Crew Mutinies Teneriffe Canary Islands Dec 2GThe crew of the yacht Delta owned by Jacques Lebaudy Emperor of the Shara mutinied while ofT this coast nd hoisted the Hattie colors The vessel was forced to pu into Santa Cruz however owing tr lack of coal and on arriving here th mutineers were arrested A frev crew was paced on board the acv Carnegie In the Enemys Camp The chorus of praise which greeted Mr Carnegies attack on protection at the tariff hearing appears not to have been unanimous The consumers had been urged to speak out but their cause seemed to lack champions before the committee Carnegie retired man ufacturer and former protectionist re sponded toa summons to appear and took the consumers battle upon him self What his old associates and their following think of the spectacle of Carnegie in the camp of the dis satisfied consumer may be inferred from the following comment of the Iron Trade Review Wo do not believe that the people of the United States Including the hundreds of thousands of employees who have prospered under the protective tariff will consider the treatment of the tariff question by Mr Carnegie as fitting for any man and much less for a former stee manufacturer If Mr Carnegie had any facts controverting other statements which had been made under oath it was his privilege to present them but the preparation of a great tariff bill Is far from being a joke and the array of facts presented by Mr Schwab Ttfr Gary and ridicule others cannot be overthrown by cheap PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Indus trial and Orphans Home at Macon f4at 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 6h earth It invigorates the vital organspurifiesthe blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pate weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for female com Drugh o Almost Hopeless It is pretty hard for any man to be a hero to his jreetiiearta brother f rJI 1 r v BABIES H 1etIG Even the Top of the Pmlc lime Head r Is seMitive qtr ILr One thing which We wnt leans to ahPreeiateand respect la the baby fa his attitude toward light This fe widely different from ogre writes Dr Woods Hutchinson IB the Housekeep er Light Is one of the zBoet gtinralat ing and attractive things ia the world to us and the brighter the better But to a poor blinking tot rm baby it is as dazzling and irritatig as it is grateful to us His chief objection to the BCW world in which he finds himself if be could put it In words would be Ifs so beastly light IJe is born a caveman in more senses than one While the rooms which he occupies should get plenty of sunshine this should never be allowed to shine directly Into bis eyes or full upon his face He has neither pigment ta his ten der skin nor hair OB the top of his pink little head to protect Mm against the light rays It Is little short of cruelty to animals to lay an unfortn Suspect MancJwc Plot Pekin Jan The members of the diplomatic corps at Bekln are wellnigh thunderstruck at the dismissal of Yuan Ski Sac The step is believed to be tie outcome of Manchu plot and there are indicat- Ions that the Japanese representatives alone had any lakllag of what was on joot On the Safe Side In the matter of drinking mused the philosopher with the impressionistic nose be sure you are right mid you wont get head Philadelphia jRecord The man wbom you owe money nevbirests Atchison Globe Art For Arts Sake Oiketosee man take aa interest in his work dot once knew policeman eAdvertise ta Tip News tro late on his back in froughlike perambulator or baby buggy so deep and wefi pddedVthat he cannot yenl squirni to load jilm down with cloth straphimhand nor foot end then to wheel him about for hours with his little face turned up to the full glare of the light and even the direct rays of the sun Here is where the foundation of many a case of headache of irritable nerves of fretfulnesswith its accompanying indigestion and sleeplessness is laid Look at the faces of these poor little human cocoons and you will see three times out five that while they are bravely trying to make the best of it and to accept it good humor Idly their tiny countenances are wrin kled Into ore universal frown of per plexity and protest By all means get the baby into the open air day and night but see to it that his eyes are protected from the direct glare either by hood or sun shade or by turning hrs back to It 9 f f x v i Wa cni r r For b zp t t iI L I I t f a New Serial Beginning Shortly in The News 4 sudden a a to I a ISO I a pooiitlve1Y r i Baby a of h Value of Advertising Advertising is today the mightiest factor in the business world as well as a great home trade boomer It is an evolution of modern industrial competition It is a business builder with a potency that gives beyond human desire It Is more than a drummer knocking at the door of the customer something more than mere salesman ship on paper What Public Harmony Can Do It is the strong pull and the long pull altogether as the sailors say that makes the town a good one Where there is no harmony or concerted ac Uon on part of the citizens success can not be hoped for Not long ago Carnegie declared that millionaires never smile Now he say that he is a born laugher himself and wouldnt lose that faculty for anything Perhaps he laughs because he ran look down upon the millionaire class YOUNG WOMAN ATTACKED Knocked Down In Richmonds Faifcr QuarterRtchmond nIn the heart of the most fashionable district of this city Miss Marie Imlse Stumpf 19 daugbter of E A Stumpf was severely beaten while on her way to early mass and only saved from being criminally assaulted by the timely appearance of a young man who was attracted by her cries The perpetrator of the crime who fled was Charles Gillespie a negro 25 years old who is now under arrest and will be given a hearing as soon as Miss Stumpf is able to appear before a special grand jury About two hours after the crime Detectives Flournoy and Tiller dis covered a negro about a mile from the scene of the crime Upon being arrested and searched hewas foundto have a ring and bracelet in his pos session which had been torn from Miss Stumpf Need of Harmonious Action Recently we said same things about the squabbles between business men of certain towns of the discord and the lack of harmony that prove so detri mental to all interests of the place and assist along the mail order houses and the box car men Never was there greater need of harmonious action on the part of the merchants of the land says the Agricultural Southwest Never as now should merchants of intertwinelireinterests of the community where they reside The Price Current would see associations so perfected that at meet ings all farmers laborers and every class of workers could be present and just see what Is going on and leave with resolutions to pull hand in hand with the tradesmen for the building up of the town Surely erone in a community should foci that any proj ecttlipt is for the Iniilding up of thee individuallytuterestcd that means harmony slid cooperation and not backbiting throat cutting com petition and ill fueling that arc so det r mental tol town CRANBERRY HINTS The Least Understood and Oftenest Abused Domestic Fruit The cranberry is the least understood and the most abused of any of our domestic fruits Comparatively few know its possibilities Quite as palatltbleYou need a barrel of sugar fora barrel of cranberries This is not true It is not a sugar consumer compared with most fruits If users will make the test they will discover that more sauce with less sugar proportionately can be made from a quart of cranberries than from a quart of any other kind of berry and If properly made will be tempting and toothsome A barrel of sugar will sweeten more than three barrels of cranberries A cranberry shortcake will compare favorably with a straw berry shortcake Eaten raw they area laxative and liver tonic and like the olive one can cultivate a fondness for them Cranberries are keepers like the ap ple and like apples require a cool dry place It is economy to buy good berries Never cook in tin or ironware Use porcelain earthenware Or granite Do not cover with cold water Btewloverskins pale sickly pink or dark dull red color and gives acrid flavor Use boiling water cook rapidly and not longFor a good sauce to one quart o clean cranberries add one pint granulated sugar one pint of boiling water Place immediately over brisk fire stirring enough to mix sugar with wa ter and coat berries Cover as soon as berries begin to swell and pop berryisthis operation By the time berries are all mashed or have boiled minutes remove from stove fifteenI into china or earthen ware dish cold the result should be a beautiful rich redr jellied sauce t Su6scriileFoc NS+ t 00 4r J rte HAGAIN AS AND ASOLINEnqlne SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee r WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES 7 UMAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG CO T INcoRPoaATEDI I WINCHESTER ICY GILBERT BorTor J Fresh 6 Cured StFish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK 3T Practical Lab r George spoke his better hfyou are interested in the temperauces certainlyIpose you go out and make a few ot them with the pump handleI am in need of a pail of water right away1 Bohemian DD felONPres F CURTIS Cisiill THE Clark County National Bank MAIN STREET r V4 Winchester ItbtueJtr Capital 200000 Surplus 9lOOjOOO Undivided Prof lt 3tf 000 y- JWOrgniied 1865 being the oldest Binkln theoity Collections made on all points and your as counts solicited PROFESSIONAL CARDS s JOUETf L JOUETTr d i Atoneys At Law c Ij Winchester i KJ J M STEVSON ittorney At Law 6o S Main 3 Winchester K BECKNERf t j Attorneys At Law V Winchester Ky s r PENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 1 60 S Main St Wincheslcr Kyi f DR W C WORTHIKGTOH y i Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to I p m and 7 to 8 p m IiJ New phone 432 Residence 633r r 51 HiJain St Winchesteiv Jtl i t 3 J r- 1 l d r ir i i i t JJ k ta rodrt era jnraiii DANGER FROM EVERY POINT r Navigation of the Air Puts the Finish Ing Touches on Perils of Humanity The aeronauts have gvenl dwell ers on the earth anew peril In Ger many an airship crew landed on the roof of a house and went through Dragging the anchors have occa sionally ripped up fences andwould rip up humans if the latter were not agile Objects dropped from a bal loon can hurt when even a little job= ject has dropped from a mile or so in the air Dragging rope from a low balloon has possibilities of danger both for the balloon and for the people and property that may be underneath it The time is coming when we shall have to look out for occasional explo sions beneath beneath us that send manhole covers flying in the air for t vehicles of all kinds on the surface and for the airship dangers over head RESCUED AT A FIRE There was some boasting ofex traordinary presence of mindshown at fires when an excitable man in answer to a tale which had just been told said Why thats nothing When I was in New York I heard of s a big fire I strolled out to see it- t I found an old gentleman half out of a fourth story window gesticulat ing and calling aloud for help Everyone seemed paralyzed No lad der or escape would reach him The crowdsaid he must burn to death I rushed wildly forwardand said He shall not V I called for a rope I threw him the end he caught it I told him to tie it around his waist He didand I pulled him down Gentlemen I saved that man from being burned to death- WRAPPED IN MUSIC SHE HAD A JOB President A B Storms of the State college Ames Ia in his new lecture Are We Sane or Insane tells the following incident in his discussion of the mad rush of Ameri can youth to get positions to get at something that will bring them money a My sister who served as a this sionary once asked a raw Norwegian girl if she didnt want to serve the Lord f Nope said the girl Aye got a yo1 =Unidentified t RESTORING HIS SENSE policeman I dea and dumb beggar on the corner The squire will give you a hearing i tomorrow lItwilll11in my business shout dumb man to give me a I hearing Whats the use of a blind mans seeing His finish Baltimore American tr IRISHMEN Among applicants at DO 1 gal for old age pensions are three peasants who return their ages at 111 108 and 106 years One of them does not understand a word of English and still affects the kneebreeches swallowtail coat and caubeen of two generations ago London Mail SIGHTSEEING SIMPLIFIED What a splendid device the cam era is for the convenience of tour ists Yes answered Mr Cumrox the next time I go abroad Im going to anchor in Paris or Vienna and send a hired man around the continent to take snap shots NOT A BROMIDE She is crazy to get married Yes I think so The strange thing about this is that the person to whom this remark was Addressed didnt come back with the bromide Well most eviri body isr Detroit Free Press L 4a3 A QENUINEGIRL MINER the Is Pluckily Helping Her Brother Work a Claim Nevada has a girl minernot a mere prospector but a regular work ing minerand she toils eight hours a day for every working day in the week Her name is Laura White he age is 22 years and she hails fron San Francisco Some time ago say Popular Mechanics she located sev eral mining claims in the dreary Fu Ir Her Name Is Laura White neral Range near the eastern edge of the famous Death Valley One of the claims proved to be a rich one and she and her brother are working it aloneThe brother works at the bottom oi the shaft and Miss White hoists the ore to the top At first she wort skirts but finding that they impedec her work she donned the miners reg ulation boots trousers shirt and Mexican sombrero TURNDOWN SHELF It Makes the Small Space Available for the Amateur Photographer The average amateur photographer does not have very much space in which to do his work The kitchen if the room used ordinarily for finishing the photographs In many instance there will not be space enough fog any extra tables and so a temporary place is prepared from boxes or f chair on which to place the trays and chemicals Should there be space enough on one of the walls a shell can be made to hang down out of the way when not in use suggests Popu lar Mechanics Ashelf constructet on this order may be of any length to suit the space or of such a lengtl for the purpose intended A heavy piece of wood about 11h inch thick and 4 to 6 inches wide is first fastened to the wall at the proper height with nails or much better large screwsThe shelf is cut and planed smooth from a board 12 inches wide and about one inch thick This board is fastened to the piece on the wall with two hinges as shown in Fig 1 A small cleat is nailed to the outer and under edge of the board and in the middle as shown This is used to place a support under theouter edge of the shelf The support A Fig 2 should be long enough to extend diagonally to the floor or top ofthe baseboard from the inner edge of the cleat when the shelf is up in its proper place- WHY HE FAILED AS A LEADER The Many Reasons for Failure 1n Lifes Struggle His mind was not trained to grasp great subjects to generalize to make combinations He was not selfreliant did not depend upon his oWn judgment leaned upon others and was always seeking other peoples opinion and advice He lacked courage energy bold ness He was not resourceful or inventive He could not multiply himself in others He did not carry the air of a con queror He did not radiate the power of a leader There was no power back of his eye to make men obey him He could not handle men He antagonized people He did not believe in himself He tried to substitute gall for abilityHe not know men He could not use other peoples brains He could not project himself into his lieutenants he wanted to do everything himself He did not inspire confidence in others because his faith In himself was not strong enough He communicated his doubts and his fears to others He could not cover up his weak points He did not know that to reveal his own weakness was fatal to the confl dence of others Success Magazine f Exposition Organized The proposed American exposition to be held in London next year bras been thoroughly organized and special efforts are being made t isecureex1- hlbltsffopr the western part of tHis country 4t THE VERY BEST1 r M Have any ofour readers seen ftre cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great thingsion earthThe 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 a 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 from 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 pkn ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and temporal 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 reader being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writingto theENQUIRER CoJAJT1 Cincinnati O SKATING This is the season of the year in which skating 1L be enjoyed by all THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE- BLUEGRASS a We teach you free Nii you do not know how1 either in the morning bi etween regu1ar sessions AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates lOc EVENING SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 15c AuditoriumCapital Undivided Profits 160000 THE I Winchester Bank I WINCHESTER KY N HftWITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS fresh Fruts and Fresli Groceries Cigars Tobaccos Oysters and Candies Home Phone 712 Mifte Joseph v 36 MainS i THE WINCHESTER NEWS I The Best- Advertisingf Mediurnin Clark County Now is the time for the uptodate business man to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the saIneIchance before to reach the buyers ofWinchester and Clark county Every week day in the year ov er 1400 homes in this county receive the News And they read it too The management ofthe News before the paper was started estimated that a 1000 circulation by Christmas would be satisfactory At the rate the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the mar kIThe Fall and Winter trade is at hand If a Merchant does not do- Jbusiness now he can nevx er hope to do it The Country is waking up since the election Good times are ahead for us all Why not seize time by the forelock and get into the columns of the News The people who have money in this city read the News every evening IThe people who have money on theruralroutes of Clark get the News ev ery morning t Advertise in j 6 THE NEWSIand t pfliefimes f chel HESTER NEWS colINCORPORATED 4 I j 3c4I 1 j 1 ir I I 1 y N 1ep1 i tDiE WINCHESTER NEWS l ft WCJ I JARMICIIAEL EDflWN LIFE E I Iwproiis liflister Slashes I Throat With Knifecj t t SLFIFESSLON OF CRI1i r SCiAdrnitKitIinrowii1ng In Lonely tqtHisf H aBpen Attacked by teir yjfjth KniferLetter D CarpeI 10xispiriC rtIiEIll JianC 12RevJoL HI Caf lchael whoIlast Tuesday nfehe Vtte IittMtodIst church at Katfie Run MiciiJkilled Gide- onBronthe village carpenter aI y then b the body in the stovb fTl J cornmiedicide herb by cutting his throatwltha jocketkiife Efedleo1 at tlje CQUpty hospital af terhCIatl been taken fr6m the Ijoarding housdf i9t1lIrs Miranda Hughes where asa istranger he had be 1iridayItn a1oug i tcrroSind in his suit asoVCarmrqhaei told in detail ttiia tory of the Idilinjjof Browning hoW le en victim to Brownings iJTjnotjfecbVer dtia1 in miiechichned to obey every command how nallyvwrhen Browning attacked him TntifToiiyes be Car ilchael def ed himseir with a iiatchbt After k lI1 lug hi4f yictini Svith the hatchet said tJ Ljedhot stover in the chur- hsnges14ttf nte best method ot t1tliIglie exchanged some ut the dead mans QJffcomedommittee Fails wWasngtoncommitfec on riv ns and harbdrs again failed1to re cha conclusion 10 report a general riveVs and harbors bill th ksesslonIt is understood howeverthat a majority of the corn mittee flavor a measure appropriating about 10000000 for surveys for emergencies and for the maintenance t1teeWbut itis practically certaIn that generabil will be reported RII Succesb Unbalances Mind NbrwiUfc Q Jaii 12 Unexpected succes attUc tliOlUs has warped the mind of Keith Van Horn surveyor elect 1of Huron county who was swept Btojpffice by the landslide that eepterWery iben OQraiic nominee iiut one Van H6rnf who has been af ejtecuwItit nervous troubles before leganVto show signs of derangement moan after tlie vresult of the NovthIbet elgctiOn was mae Vas declared Insane and taken to the i 1CoIlferortbesate funds from retiring State Treia Tit rGreen to the incomi maderrllieSlIU972 qf which 5QOOOU is in the a ttvtfv depositories the Commercial atiokitl and National banks t1ow and 6tiaS500 is Jnl the imitstiys qtfefdeupHitqries The cash and1 p 3f94 72 7fk Hoid FIgberin Tent Wagefi o tPete Stoney nd ck ld d in the War 36pliarged wjin shooting kilT held prtsoners for toI burs SI i llow workmen on ideti pipe line who pulled theItent TdWrupon them and sat on edgesipfthe eanyas tI1l Sheriff Moser and Gffi f 0t Police flower arrived to marrests h fiifass Factory to ResymeICrar tI1T West rtt C5jasav4dinpany announced thatJ blowing glass at midnight Jap 1 6 under the Burns scale Thfi cppipny will not sign the B0S4 but will work under that basis jOnly one wlndowglass factory lit this section1 lias Called to make an agreementwitli employes PrietStrjcken With Paralysis La keVWs Jan 12 Stricken with nilyslE while in the confes lonatBeafing tfie confession of a pe1ittiternber or his congregation the John Sroka pastor of the larg stolish church In tne diocese of Lto se was picked up uncon scidnnd1IFed at St Francis hospi t yas48rea phI JA + nersWalkOutt IH r Smith A in 12All of etI minvrs tooo in number in nitqtotIiid 1e Okla walkej put4 1i ilBimi 5 following a 31 c Wr Aerators regar- dintlvzuc b itate law proyji ytnit only sulSciehi blasting powder fKf one days ue be carried into iwy Whit Strawberries Cal 12 A wh- istraiiicy which wfll grow through out to t j BUtjyt tnJ cct offJIuga lfeathal tLLA ft ofthticltyI f r J Ilt jIr t f 4 1 i f Y 4 l 11 0 H 1c ffHi Tr MARKETS f l t mCINMti V Jan IlvRe Ic ipts aiid skipuscnts ol Ijve stock at StockyardsjFo aay were Cattie Hofe Sheep Receipts 18095755 17- 1hiy5r 41 1948 CJa file Aqtive good st ady to iit Qng laln and common butchers Ist thtiff5 25625 extra 635t35O butcher tetra 5856tO good loice 475575 common to b S4QLJ46a heifers extrzt 535 5itPi Qir to choice 450525 to fair 250 5435 jcows 6555 gooid to chofcc410 465 common to fair 24 can liErs 17553 bulls steady bolognas fp25j4 extra 410 fat bulls 425 cows steady Jiijtes Active strong 25c highs fc a p 75 fair to good 775 50 common and large 560 gu2cL iHogs LOp ned steady closing quiet aiFdieaSyttf5c lower good to choice pSfeKtffOTnd1 butchers fc25635 h lr 585625 stags t4iiqpDistra 590jfiOO com heavy fat sows 450 SiojfeW shippers 52Q580 515 i Sheep Strong extra 4108425 g 5Idtd choice3504CO com oid 1fair 150325 iMmlis Strong extra 715 25i gorl to choice 650710 ion to fair 450ftS5 CIIICAGO January ll An array of bearish news greeted traders in the wheat market here today and in jconesquencc an easy tone was maui test de at the start prices at the op eniug being unchanged to cent lower as compared with the previous dose The worlds shipments for the were larger than had been genially expected anda preliminary estimate oixthe wheat crop of Rus lust indicated considerable increase lover uPfftathys Chicago Market WHEAT Open High May 1 06 1 07 July 97 983 Sept 9s 94 u rf1 D se- 5ray 1 OG lOG July 97 9738 ept u I 9WL 93- COJaiST Open High ay 61 6134 J 6n61ui fr Low Close May 613 ti14I Jt y +r tf Q c YbW1Af TIfNDS RBfCUE Also Talks to Lawyers tit Defense of Supreme Court Augusta Ga Jan 12 Auspicious feeding was the principal deupatiorI of the presidentelect SB justice to the most famous of tha- widely reputed bazbecies Charles S Bohler given on his ort pqfye tpt froIntownpossum and taters l e def mornr of heavy dimensions CtlQ the local bar association tf Taft had to divide the bonqrp At the bar becue he distinguished hlniself T3 eatIng whifeat the banquet be werit noticeably Hgnt on the food ibat came in strong on the oratory It wasineatiy banquet tinte wnen Mr TaftgoLback from his heavily laden rboar arid te remarked with some feeling tbat sleep was really what nature craved However always at borne and more than tssaal at his ease among lawyers his after dinner speech was a zaedlej of inter esting comments on law ana the legal profession He described the attractions of the lawyers life and of the life of the judge and expressed lis regret on leaving that life It was Mr Tails remarks on the supreme coart of the Halted States however that attracted the keenest attention He described this body and the weight ami ixnpoxtsace which attach to its cIsIcu ac a xew ole L ment la clYilizatiML Ita benefits were apparent ax4 its wKdnMs was a growing on yuticalaxty ia the set tleaasjufc of coMUtHtkHal questions It was trfMi Woali thac w kd PIle to wax OM fkcwgk Jfiwsriai this tribunal JA HORRIBLE iJdLgip pf jAbput ten years agP Qer Iwtsf held upiflbis work Health and happiness by what was believed to be hpp less onswnptioii wptes W Jl 1pScombof Washington Kl C He took all kinds of remedies and octolsbutffifAf AJ iintuvoij uiiu wiio vh1ly eireJ icjv bottles He IS a well man to j day j1t tlqnick to rKeve and the sorelJtnWJJtis ASima andati BronchJiMFeetions 50c and 100 j GBarMted b Xli1ps DrIIStS4 is x 1f D Ss OII fiRE J Ii JlflHILtf Loss Is About 14000 Which is Par lIall C rI By Itfl1celiI1J t r p4ciaj to Th NsOwINGsVruI y Jan 12 The inhabitafii Vf this little town were startled Ivnen they were awak ened this morning to witness one of e most disastrous fires this little town ever had The fire originated in an undertaking establishment own ed by Barney and Defers which was totally dcst6ycde1Oip this point the fire sp 4jddvya5 Wl ta the hotel which was iralyjptjaally destroyed The Jas Dillon dry goods store and barber shOp were the next buildings to suffer from the conflagration The loss will not exceed 15000 which was partially covered by in- urance ft AS lhal htb a few of the citizen Jt someAone but thi u en confirmed v CAROAD OF HOGS oRobh l e sipped1onday to Cincir nati partieS i n iQatl of hogs The priC obtained as 4V2 to 5 c entsANGEROIJEFFECtOF ln l TATIr G TOE- r W R Sterling JFormferIy Propri etor of Sj jGjbfcrgeivHotel Now at Point of Death aMrprietor of the St George Hotelof this city butnow of Olive Hill had a toe amputated fy weeks ago from the effects ofwhiehviis now at the point of death Mr Sterling had many friends here 200PONY IS PEAD Mr DavidvPrewitt lost a very val able thoroughpvecl Shetland pony Monday distemper The pony was valuedifIO IJ KILLSWFEANDHIMSELFlit SpAc ill tr The iojvs IIAMnCplfr 9 Jan 12After killing his wife at their home in Oxford Frank Donu lly aged 56 shot himself five tim slil1l slashed his throat and wrists with a razor and then walked from Oxford to Hamilton and is now dying in the hospital SE EtL SHOP Mr Clint He geyhnsHg6ne to visit relntiyes neUi3ii for a few weeks lv Miss annIeTttlard is visiting Mrs J 7fi l pJr and father Seth Ruparc1tMT Sam Scxvell of Henry county was the guest of J T Sewell the past week Lorn Fugatc has moved to the house vacatett J y Hqylpn Kirk at this pla eHJSquire dynte5Amiainily visited 7frs Tilt Crfti tat week Miss Carrie liupard was the guest of rai1d Mrs Bob Ogden in Win clipster a few days tiweek Miss Sarah Cfar1spont last Wednesday night with Miss Nancye Miur Mr arid Mrs Allen Prewitt have rnhved t tf f1tg Mr Cleary lilif Miss Carrie Rupard attqhclCd the party given by the Donaldson Society Friday night and report d fine tline Those pres ent were Misses Ora and Callie Rag land Edith Booth Fannie Domigan Dinwiddie4 of liiddietown Fannie uore Messrs Orion Booth eHniy King Fred Craycraft arl Rolph Clarence King Carl Rolph and ePn Te1tonTrm of unrrgo Mrs J Jfc SeAi1Iwejit to Mt Ster ling Saturday Mi Only one more proof Only one more occasion to know what a bottle will do Listen LoiuByaie KyrIec 17 08 The Hheumaline CoCincinnati Ohi- oGenllemejiI had suffered with sciatic rheumatism Lou yekrs the at t cksr oneach vinter HadiUj citremelyseVerer 9 tack a short m ago and was bed ethrutittiiig Ea n Purchased a bottle ot pum HnpfKom The Tay lr T TcnnoT rugCoiid in one day I was oii of6e4Jand continued to improve JLftertlsihg this one bottle I anSen tely well Of course Isha1keeptbe treatment up a while longer fuJpr vent any chance ofa tecuiTenfeiittack Believe me when I sayI cannot f recbmmenoilt too hiO1I1V i z C RespecuJIy CHAS F SCIDlIDT4 i 4 1rA fC ilb iti 11Kt n 1i 4r Ifl nr w ii lEfllLED IN MINE EXPLOSIO Fifty To One Hundred Miners En tombed in Lick Branch Coal Mines T pecial to The News HUNTINGTON W Va Jan 12 Another explosion occurred today at the Lick Branch Coal Mines at Switchback Fiftv to one huridred miners are believed to be dead The mine owned by the Pocahontas Con solidated Golleries Company TOM RESI tTHIRTY Pleads Guilty to Stealing Bicycle From Charlie Haggard liTomeighteen years ofnge who was wanted here on a charge of stealing a bicycle from Charlie Haggard lat summer was arrested near Boones boro Monday by officers Tanner and Bedford and to this city and lodged in jail He was brought be fore Judge Evans Tuesday morning mid entered a plea of ginlty and was given hirty Joys in jail His tendeiC years was all that saved him fromtg ettiiig aheavier sentence SALOON QUARREL In a quarrel in Brents saloon on Maple street Monday afternoon Orange Moore cut Iud p inftfN woundecLjPud Branch about the head nd face Moore escaped alter tne cutting and has not been caught yet Both parties ar colored wounds are not considered as dan gerol1s HELZfTO GRAND JURY Joe Moore the negro who shot GeorgoTaylor also colored Christ mas day was hC1 his examining trial in police court Monday night and was held over to the grand jury in default of a 300 bond BURLEY SOCIETY The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society convened in regular session here Tuesday morn ing It is said that here is nothing being done at the meeting except the transaction of the regular routine business TUCKYiIS CAST FOR BRYAN Those Who Conducted Last State Campaign Commended By Electors FRANKFORT Ky Jan 12The Democratic State electors met yes terday and formally cast the thirteen votes of Kentucky for William Jen nings Bryan for presidpnt of the United States All of the thirteen electors were preesht Ward Headley vas made of the college A spirited contest arose over the honor of being messenger four can didates being voted for on the first ballot George Peters and R L Offutt of Louisville R D Thorn bury of Cariipbellsville mid R R Friend of Irvine Thornsbury was elected on the fourth ball tThecollege passed a resolution thanking National Committeeman Urey Wood son for his services to the party and especially commending State Chair man Ben Johnson and his colleagues in the conduct of the last State campaign r t BO1TLE A DAY A MAN coming Peilm suffering euersonown brought Branch chairman Now here is a chance to prove soniethiiig Sit right down now and write Mr Schmidt Just think one bottle one day and gone But thats what Rheumaline can and will do for you if you give it a chance for Rheu maline is the only loialcuiefor Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Gout and Kidney Liver Bladder Stomach and Blood troubles caused by Uric cidand it SiJjflOt injure the stomach nor affect vthV injtidousjdrug3 RUeumaline capsules stop severe pain and cost 50c per box When con stipated Rheumaline tablets only should be used They cost 25c The throe may be procured right here in our own fown from the best most upI todate drug store here And Twho WhyThe Phillips Drug 6ov ofcourse Qw3mrry up and help yourself Get RHeumaline It removes the cause tri i TRIBU1trs V vMrs Dora Pruitt The slender form of Dora beauti ful young wife of Mr Marshall Pru itt lies calm cold and motionless within the bright home where only a few short months ago she entered with all the pride and joyous radi ince of young wifehood Upon that mystic curtain whicb separates us all from that which is past my mental stereoscope casts a picture of hers t ypung fa e a w lovelyithwomanhood and the soft sweet mouth of a winsome childand with the passing of this pictuie startlingistinctness stalwart young husband beside his childwifes empty chair Thup my friend is each Human fe but a series of fleeting pictures eah following the other with such rapidity that eer we the out line of Life the curtail bears the Impress of Death God grant that when those who- rea left behind are called upon to face the last grim spectral view al1otte11toaway Dor and may He give of his Peace intn liH lives of those who are so sadly bereaved by her departure until they in the fullness of their Faith heardtoGoldie Perry January 11 1909 SKATING RINK r 4 From now until further notice the skating rink will only open on Monday Thursday and Saturday nights and Saturday afternoons There will be no more morning or evening ses S bus except on Saturday Notice will be given when this arrangement will be changed SKATING This is the season of the year in which skating will be enjoyed by all THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE- BLUEGRASS BroomBall Game Thursday Night Lexington First Team- Winchester vs First Team We teach you free ii you do not know how either in the morning 01 between regular sessions v A AFTERNOON SESSIpNS Admission 5c Skktes iLk EVENING SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 15c fluditorium etASSIFIED COLUMN Classified Per Word Onehalf cent per word per inserT tion 5 ce4ts per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used within one year 4 cents a line YANTEDTo take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls pin it bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 654 112lmo FORSALEi have seven nice En glish bull pups for sale at reason able prices Be glad to have you call and see them DENNIS DAN IELS 12 S Highland r 111Gt FOR SALECheap graphophne largqMorningR B this office i9tf FOR SALE OR REr Tliy resi dence on West endof College street 6 rocms 2 halls rood cis ter L l1 WAN I 163t I LOSTBlack and white setter pup answers to name of Co Reward B D GOFF 142t J FOR SALEAnother lot of Edison Gold Moulded records in perfect condition 2 for 35 cents or 6 for 100 Write or telephone for liSt of titles to 48 Winn avenue Home phone 289 or ask for list at Phillips News Stand 146t SEWING WANTEDMy sister and I have recently been turned out of a house which we thought be longed to us We are exceedingly poor but want to earn our living We would be grateful for any sew jug given to us to do and would do it faithfully MARY BROOM FIELD 363 S Main street 1231 FOR RENT New flat over store on Main street Eight rooms nndr bat Rent reasonable BLOOMFIELD POWELL 15tf PRIVATE SALE Household goods and furnishings MRS A SIMON 15tf W and1nlrlnpanywhere we pay freight RICH MOND BAG CO Richmond Va 122810L FOUND Ladys black belt Owner can have same by calling at News office and paying for advertise ment 12rl9tf WANTEDShampoomg mameur- ing massaging Save your copab ings for braids rats puffs Call HomeiWANTEDTo take orders for making cakes beat biscuit rolancl cream candj itlSS LUCY COL MAN BRcJ1G 218 College street Hqne phone 654 1 1210lmf q SHEEP FOR1LEOn a torCbad health I will sell 75 good ewes due to lamb right away WiR TUTTLE Home phone 421 2 rinirs 176t Force of Example No life can be pur In its purpose or strong in its Strife and all life not be purer and stronger therebyOwea Meredith 1f I Eagle Casting Cot WINCHESTER KY MANUFACTURERS OF 4 Gray Iron Semi Steel thermit Steel f f Allumihum Brass arid Bronze75 Castings of all kinds 1 J 1 Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FORJr All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes J SiF G CORNELL L J c GeniilManagerJ l I