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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fjf Na t sa- yPWrtiy IL st ditiOfl i W JOJ or t AND CLARK L NO 78 KY 1909 1 WITS A COPY 10 CENTS AwtQ A1 E IS tfeet Devoted to pity and Tobacco flews and Paying Jtention to The Farm to make its Here Shortly J A new weekly to be published in Winchester and devoed to the intertsfe of the American Society of Equity will shortly make iteap arance will also have all the general features of the best farm papers It will maintain in the tobacco counties and will have articles on all blanches of farming Among prOspEctors are DrG W McMillan of Pendlet6n county Hughes Lucien Beckner FA Conrad Hon M0 Rankin who will form fhe Board of Directors The prospectus issued is as follows A of Tobacco News IClie A Sdf E TOBACCO KEWS which will make its first appear Equity and obsecsnews It is located at the headquarters of the Bur ley Tobacco Society and will inefficient at me head quarters of the other organized tobacco districts and in each organized county in each district It will publish the best articles obtainable on all branches of farming aridHvill have department devoted to the bulletins and work of the various experiment stations It will strive to be the best farm paper in America Women on the farm will receive more than their proportion bfvthevcoK umns of the paper they deserve Home work made easy and home at tractive add more to the pleasures of life than anything else Circulating amongst the country homes it will handle nothing but the best of advertising Promoting schemes cureall medicines and other fraudsand fakes can secure no spaco in it It will be the best advertising more than any other class advertising The public will find it strenubus protagpuist of law order progress human kindness and good morals Nothing will be allowed in that is not elevating purifying and encouraging that can not be read by child with propriety It is strictly nonpolitical and has no grudges ulterior motives It will encourage local literature and invite from every one interested in matters within its scope of usefulness life governing board is Dr G W McMillen of Pendleton county mem pf the Executive Committee of the andof the Executive Comp mittee of the State Union of the of E PresidentrJ Hughes member the District Board of the Treasurer McieriBe klier fiermoKy Secretary of the Secretary all of whom together with P X ton rad one of the fathers of and most efficient workers in the B Sand Hon M Rankin formerly member of the District Board and Vice Pres ident of the B Sand present Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics for Kentucky form the Board of Directors Subscribe with the canvasser address your subscription to Lucien Beckner Editor Winchester Ky Published weekly at Winchester Ky the greatest tobacco market in the world V Subscription price 100 year in advance J at Venice Because Houses are Built on Piles 1 Rush Into Streets and The Open I t SpeiBiar to The News NICE Italy Jan lq wo arthquake shocks were experienced heer this wererrushing from their houses to the open AT THE A Beautiful Valentine Party Will Be Given Saturday Night February 13 The Daughters of the American Revolution will give an attractive Valentine skating party on February 18 the Auditorium and all the lovers of skating are invited to partici pate T The ladies with suite are requested to dressed on white and the com mittee of DA R will furnish other beautiful effects necessary to carryout the Valentine idea in the costuni 4es Every effort will be made to make this the most successful en tertainment of the season and itias noped that all will join in this patri otic work F Goodwin of Wades is able to out after few weeks painful illness MrR O Moss was hurt by fall 11Vedneeda t i t t l J I jf i i SrLARGEST CIRCULATION iN WINCHESTER c inf 1rTHE WINCHESTER NEws t t 1VOL WINCHESTER WEDNESDAY 3ANIYARY13f 2 iSrOf TOBACCO NEWS I tTO Bf NEW PUBLICATION Especial appearance p I correspondents J C i I Ji S E r f toantecorrespondents a it dependmediumon a it or a or correspondence t er B T S A S C of B T S B T S T C T or a V EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS ARE NOW FELT THROUGH NORTHERN ITALY j liitlejamage tPe1 Squares f i IIIAt ENTERTAINMENT AUDITORIUM a t d oe e JMill A b a a t 1 t s squares No dan gewsdon due fto the fact that the hones iYen are built on piles Shocks are also r recorded at Florence ARRESTED FOR PASSING COLD CHECK ON GROCER Sam Hunter of Muddy Creek Pike Gets Into Trouble Wed nesday v Sam Hunter who lives on the Mud dy Creek pike about one mile from town was arrested Wednesday on the charge of passing a cold check on S E Pruitt the Broadway grocery man for 325 He was brought before Judge Pendleton and upon the request of Mr Pruitt he made good the amount received and was re leased from urthej prosecution r jpolicecourting up against the trouble that one experiences when he partakes of too much red lemonade and then starts out on a ramble on the icy streets such as they are today He was slightly under the influence ofMiquqr and had a badly bruised eye that he sustained by falling t A Committee of the Washington street Presbyterian church met with Dr M S Browne Wednesdayfnorn- in g to revise the rolls ofsthecon greg tion t i Ali i COUNTESS ALEXANDRA BERNSTORFF j One of the most interesting young women in society circles In Washlngr ton is the Countess Alexandra Bernstorff daughter of the German ambassa dor She Is a social favorite at the various capitals of Europe where her father has been associated with the diplomatic service and at once entered Into the spirit of life at Washington when the family rQCently arrived there MEDICAL SOCIETY ELECTS ITS OFFICERS Dr J N Rankin Was Chosen President and Dr McKinley President ViceII The annual election of officers of the Clark County Medical Society held in ilthJ Rankin President Dr D H McKinley Vice Presi dent Dr Ernest Cole Secretary and Treasurer v Board of Censors Dr W A Bush Dr Gleiimore Combs Dr VC Wor thingtonDr of Becknersville was appointed delegate to the State Medical Association that meets in Louisville this summer After the election of officers the members of the society were enter tained at a dinner at the Brown Proctoria Hotel by Dr Howard Ly onsThe regular monthly meeting of the Post Graduate Course will be held with Dr W C Worthington the second Saturday in February BRfM BALL GAME EAiTHURSDAYNIGHT t First Teams of Lexington and Win chester to Play at the Rink Tomorrow Thursday night there will be another fast and exciting game of broom ball played at the Audito rium between the first team of this city and the first team of the Mam moth Rink of Lexington The rink willonly be open from now until fur ther notice three times a weekMon days Thursdays Saturdays and there will be some kind of entertainment offered each night JUDGE EVANS REFERS CASE TO GRAND JURY Examining Trial of Jerry Slimp Ac cused of Breaking Into House of Mr Abe Renick Not Held The examining trial of Jerr who is accused of brealanginto the residence of Mr Abe Renick and stealing a gold watch and a pistol that was to have been held Tuesdav morning was postponeduntil Wednesday Judge Evans did not hear any of the testimony in the ease but referred it to the grand jury for their consideration Mr Quinn off the B George Brug Companyliwas tin Cmcmnatjuesdti on business 1 tl e i1 c UNION MEN DISCUSS WRIGHTS DECISION- Important Conference at fash ington Today Washington Jan 19EVeryphase of the recent decisionof Judge- Wri ht in th conteriapt L proceedin andtht appeal forefrom wbeconsidered at a conference here today between the executive council of the American Federation now in session and of counsel in the case in cluding Judge Alton B Parker of NeYorkTJie most important action of the executive councils s SsiOn was the selection of a committee to consider and report to the council upon the appeal of the three labor leaders in the contempt case This committee is composed of Presidents Duncan and OConnell and Treasurer Lennon The position of organized labor regarding the Sherman antitrust act LI interpreted by the supreme court f the United States was discussed with a view to combining the features of the Wilson and Pearre hills into one measure which would In substance it was stated place the labor movement in this country in a similar position to labor in Great Britain Consideration also was given to a suggestion of a weekly publication in not only the interest of labor but for the protection of the constitutional right of free press and free speech and It was decided to hold- a conference with the parties making the proposition Cameron Is Guilty Pittsburg Jan 13 Charles S Cameron president of the Tube City Railroad company who has been on trial for several days char ed with conspiracy and misdemeanor in at tempt ing to bribe Pdfmer City Coun connecItiongranting a franchise to the Tube City railroad was found guilty GREAT CAMP OF Tl WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Will Be Held in This City Beginning March 9C A Tanner is Delegate The annual meeting of the great head Camp of the order of the Woodmen of the World will beheld in this city beginning March 9th The local Camp at their regular meeting Fri day night appointed C A Tanner as delegate to the meeting and R M Clarkas Alternate lie annual in stallation of officers with also held Friday night Mr and Mrs M To McEldowney are in Lewis qountyyirigjf been called thereby the illh of3h Mc Eldowne smotlier r cP 5 2ts y i J 1f a t 0 01 HUNDRED MNERS KILLED Lick Brajich Colliery Scene of Second Horror Explosion Was nV Terrific vy luefield WVa Jan 13AainJ the earth trembled and that unknown substance in which there is more deadly energy and destruction to the atom than in tons of dynamite let go in the mines of the Lick Branch colliery and snuffed out one hundred lives It was in the same mine where two weeks ago to a day 50 miners were killed by a similar explosion Without warning there came like the sound of thunder a mighty rum Bling in the earth which reverberated along the miles of corridors and air passages crowded with those who worked there Above the tons of earth and stone that lay between theI workings and the mountains crown giant trees quivered from the force ofIthe concussion and from the mouth the forces of the earth set free belched forth a cloud of flame soot dust and debris heavy timberst broken mine cars and even a massive motor used to haul the heavyladen cars from the depths Scarcely had the detonation diedt away before a throng of terrorized women and children rushed to the mine mouth and implored those there to allow them to aid in the effort to save some of their loved ones who might still be alive within Mine Foreman Bowers who was near the entrance was blown from his feet but managed to crawl out safely as did also Robert Smith a miner With the foreman was a miner named Hol liday and he too was blown over A rescue party organized In the moment rushed into the smoking mines and tried to rescue mm They were driven back by the fumes of the aftergases and were compelled to leave him to his fate A train was rushed from this city to the scene Of the disaster some 25 miles awayj carrying batticingp9 other neater ial to be of explora tion and rescue The debris from the explosion of two weeks ago had not been cleared away and 20 men were engaged in this work Nineteen contract miners with their crews were at work in a new entry and it is feared that allI of these men were lost The rescue party came in sight ofI six bodies but was forced back That all of the entombed men are deadI there can be no doubt The the mine and the deadly gases toIsay nothing of the awful force of explosion precludes any chances rescuing any of the men alive The main entry of the mine is four miles long running from one side of tte mountain to tile other Debris was blown from both entries which gives some ide a of the tremendous force of the explosion It is reasonably certain that many of the bodies will never be recov ered Some of them were blown to pieces and others incinerated no doubt The fans which furnish the fresh air for the workings as in the former explosion were not disabled and are forcing fresh air into the mines Snow w ofIBridgeport 0 Jan 13The roof of the Crystal glass plant fell in causing a loss of several thousand dollars Part of the roof fell across the Baltimore Ohio and the street car tracks tying up traffic The plant is owned by the National Glass company and has been idle several months KILLS HER HUSBAND Jealous Woman Then Fatally Her Supposed Rival Muskogee Okla Jan 13Mrs Flora Jackson shot and killed he husband Samuel Jackson and then going to the home of Rose Simmons shot and fatally mounded the latter Mrs Jackson who It is alleged wa prompted by jealousy was bound over to the district court on a charg- of murder Mayor Johnson to Live In Flat Cleveland 0 Jan 13Mayor T6m Johnson has rented a suite in the Knickerbocker apartment on Euclid avenue which contains nine rooms He will move in this week The suite rents for 135 amonth and the mayor has taken a oneyear lease with privilege of a renewal He has made arrangements to keep one auto May Deport Syrian s Youngstown O Jan 13 Majib Zaklool a 19yearold Syrian may be deported as the outcome of quarrel with other members of the Syrian colony Information was tiled that Zaklool came in through the Canadian border after being rejected at New York by Immigration officials j iI f t I t 5 t t AYt j l r f r a i YCicudY WEATHER I tSlijthtly Warmer Tan ht iI 1 i FQRIEii KEEPS E iurUt I IGHT1 t 1 i Makes Vigorous Speech 4n Browrtsf t yule AffairS avs Funds v Misapplied 7 f Washington Jan 13i Senator For ak r renewed his discussion of terfBrownsville affair in the senate and was accorded the strictest attention by hie colleagues on the floor andtha large number of visitors who throng ecthe galleries Soriatbr Forakoi had prepared his speech very caYfully but his roadinof the manu script had all of the Interest of iextQmporaneous address In his address Sbiiator Forakeri charged illegal diversion oftpujplic funds by the president and William HoTaft Willie secretary of war itp tf pay 1rde into the Brownsville affair The government use of the private defectives was characterized by Mr Fpraker as atrocious shocking and irevolting Mr Foraker spoke of the 3000QOft war fund of 1S99 appropriated asvanv emergency to meet unforeseen contin gencies constantly arising to be es pended at the discretion of the presi dent and said it had been illegally construed as a permanent approprfav tion Speaking of the reply of the prey identand of the secretary of war ta- a senate resolution calling for information on the detectives investfgar tions into the Brownsville affair Mr Foraker said This message of thf president with its exhibits and this report of the secretary of war pre sent a new and most serious feature this unhappy business They not 1of disclose determined effort on the of the president to again bolster up the case agaipst these men which he has heretofore on nunierous occa sions both officially and unofficially characterized as conclusive and overwhelming but that he has re sorted to a method in his effort to lie cafe such testimony that can not Ixs fittingly characterized without the use of language wKichYif employed might appear to be disrespectful to thg chief executive And worst of all iii this endeavor to secure such test mony the presIdent has h mself corn mitted the serious offense condemn ed by every court that administerst the common law that ever otjor a testimony in the form of reenlist ment with full pay and reinstatement to all their rights as soldiers I do not hesitate to say that in my1 opinion aside from the question whether there has been a misappropriation of public funds no precedent Ifor anything so shocking can be found in all the historY of American criminal jurisprudence When Mr Foraker commented om a statement of the detectives spect- ing a letter he had written to one of the discharged soldiers he laid down his manuscript and with considerable vehemence declared I have doubtless written some Tetters need ing explanation I have doubtless written some letters that I wouldaot have written if I had all the informar tion I got at some other timeButI sinI have been ashamed or that needs tiny lying to explain IAs Mr Foraker read letters from of the negro soldiers denying the statements of the detectives kr referred to a bundle Of letters on Mi desk and said the originals irer there if anyone cared to see them Commenting on the report of Herbert J Browne who had charge ot the investigation by detectives Mrv Foraker declared that he had beesr remshis statements I wish he said Its voice resounding throughout ti pratesrabout the dishonesty of other people evidently meaning the president could be shocked and horrified Sawsator Lodge took the floor saying ke ofeMr Forakers remarks that being let relation to the legality of the eptploy ment of Brown and Baldwin idtlt out reference to their methods ioctlH merits of their work 1of He Said expenditures had made from this fund under Presidfrpt McKinley as well as President Roinsr velt and also by Mr Root Preside elect Taft and General WrlgMfc eM as secretary of war Nojrace iiever before been rai agalnat tts use No constitutional provisio ifc Lodge said had been Yiolated iy these expenditures Military Academy Burnt Peekskill N1 Yv JaB 13 iWpractically destroyed fie Peekafcfil Military academy here causinvit s of75i00 The laO st tents Isrtllt- placeesated in Mffty fi 7ffti W Ip 4 rs t l rTFTT I 1 r Lr5r t ji i J 1 v tn q I AaQe 2 ii THE WINCHESTERNEWSf t FASHIONABLE FURS rCQualrit Old Styles Revived In the New Stoles and Muffs iSo widespread has become the vogue 1t furs that no longer are they re carded as a luxury but on the con- trAry as Quite tan important detail C the toilet Because of this wide aspread vogue and the necessity for supplying the demand for pelts the ioor corners of the earth have literally teen scoured and wonders have been accomplished by means of dyeing and iplncking One sees the plebeian smerican red fox by no means a coaaely beast in its native condition transformed into a marvel of ebon Iblackness by expert coloring A proc E6B of dyeing has made an amazing change in squirrel which in plain gray proved so unbecoming to most women vrlien It was introduced six years ago ant the most wonderful treatment of 211 is that which transforms the Amer ican muskrats pelt into a fur which knot readily be distinguished from aaIskinPNever before has there been a season When the fashions in furs have been ao distinctly different for matrons and debutantes for not only is the wearing of sable and broadtail confined alniost exclusively to the elder set of women but it Is noticeable that few of them are In lavor of mink or caracul anti that In reserving lynx for themselves they are graciously allowing their jun iors to have prior call on sealskin gTfofa rule applies especially to fur omits intended for street use and of these there are a large number of styles fco suit the individual purse Stoles are of infinite variety Some fit them are so long that they reach far below the knees and at the back scorer the shoulders halfway to the j raist line In fact so larg are they Itbftt sleeves would almost be sufficient t transform them into coats The tbroad stole is always at its best 2to a short haired fur but it is seen fre gueritly in lynx black fox and stone marten as well as in Persian paw in sb1ed squirrel and in mole The novelty of the season is the rug uwhich can only be developed in m pelt having naturally a small head 1IDd tail such as are seen with sable sInk and ermine In the rug muffs a jjrow of tiny heads overlap a similar 3 tB CTOIEE COAT iN SEALSKIN jiiailirir of tails and when outspread a becomes simply a flit oblonghndr- T lined and conveniently fitted 1rltk Mttarat pockets l iC Some of theso called tailored fur piecesIor neath the throat and fastening with large ornamental buttons It goes apIshows a stunning directoire coat In sealskin- x Trimmings a Girl Can Make trimmingstmake her own can save her purse One of the easiest for home manufac withIon and then used in the form ot braiding As the cord is large the work is quickly done when sewed into curves scrolls or circles It is specially ef fective on net or mousseline It is sewed by hand with loose stitches Another showy trimming that can be made at home is from bands of flowered silk cut to outline flowers and appliqued to white or ecru mousseline de sole or chiffon The raw edges are cordverynarrowest ribbon that can be bought When Hanging Curtains A house decorator gives this impor tant advice to women who are arranging their homes They should not hang curtains of one color against a wall paper of another color They should not join carpets of opposite colors They should not put different papers on the walls of adjoining rooms foldingIwill arrive at much better results than she who ignores them When it is not possible to have the carpets alike in openingsseam to hide it IOld Laws v in London a bylaw which forbids a cask of beer to be unloaded between certain hours but no mention is made of casks containing any other liquor Lucerne has on its statute books a law which Is not enforced It prohibits hats of more than eighteen inches in diameter forbids of artifi cial flowers and imported feathers and orders that a license of 75 cents a year shall be paid for the right to wear rib bons or silk or gauze Sowing For ThemrAs a countryman was sowing his ground two smart fellows were riding that way and one of them called to him with an insolent air Well honest fellow said he tis your business to sow but we reap the fruits of your Jabor to which the countryman re pIled Tis very like you may for I am sowing hemp Catholic News Cab Wit The French have an expression about cab wltthat is a Frenchman returning from a party and alone in his cab thinks of lots of clever things he might Have said There is a great deal of cab wit outside of France Atchison Globe Chicken Cheese Boil two chickens until tender take out all bones and chop the meat fine Season to taste with salt pepper and butter pour in enough of the liquid to make it moist then put into a mold When cold turn out and cut in slices Boston Post Seting the Scenery Did your wife enjoyvtheSwiss seen eryI 1 dont think she sawa1 bitjotjt She Teas kept so busy t camera levelandPlainDealer J fc t TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE OHIO iEastbound So 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m Vo 22 Daily ll57 a m No 281 y Ex Sunday 630 p m No Daily 9 25 p m Westbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p m No 23 Daily 438 p m d LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CincinnatiKnoxville lo cal 1000 a m No CincinnatiJacksonville limited 1057 a m No MaysvilleSfcanford local with Cincinnati cpnectiqn at Paris arrives at 632 departs at 635 p m No 31 Cincinnati Atlanta limited U23 p m Northbound No 34 Atlanta Cincinnati limited 506 a m No 10 StanfordMaysville local conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 a m No 38 EnpxvilieCincinnati lo cal arrives 250 departs 253 p m No JacksonvilleCincinnati limited 5 45 p m All of these trains will stop at Win chester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily except Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 Daily Daily Stations PM AM- y Lexington j 225 735 Winchester 305 813 L R E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 956 Beattyville June 5 10 10 17 Athol 5 1045 37I0 K Junction 6 1115 rJackson 610 1120 N61J No31 No5 Westbound IDaily Daily Sun Ex 1 Swff Only TAlqPMAM- jv Jackson 0 K Junc 705 Athol 6151225 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 730 341 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton June 748 357 828 Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 902fL E June 900 Winchester 9 12 52fi 94J- ArXexineton b 55 6 05 11025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3will make connection with the C 0Ry 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 and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for BeattyviUe Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Kvand way stations W A MDOWELL lend Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf A Queer Lesson On the ow and cheap ships said a purser the souvenir thief does no harm but on a famous Atlantic liner where records are broken and tiptop prices abound the amount of stuff that disappears is shocking Only things with the boats name onchampagne glasses ink wells curl ing tongs buttonhooks and so forth And what are veto do about it We had an American peeress aboard last The day we reach ed New York a stewardess came to me and Mr Meet I just seen Lady IOh cabin trunk and shes taken our finest silver ink wells Here was a quandary eh The captain was called in anti he settled the matter in the unsatisfactory way such things are usually settled We must teach Lady Blank a les son he growled At the same time scandal must be avoided He thought a moment then said to the stewardess Take one of the ink wells and leave the other Thatll show herPhilPhiladelphia Bulletin Women Then and Now The oldfashioned women certain ly knew how to rule and advanced though weAbe may do not manage to wield so much power on the whole generaiare at ultLadys Pictorial iL I I JOB PRINTING I f l r Our Plant is equipped with the latest ta i duties to turn out the best of Job Wotkt l Sur Business has increased materially in the past month It is growing v steadily from day to day People who never patronized this office beI fore are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small tope vent our giving it the very best of attention r We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of andJobsare turned out of this office the day they areproms ised There is no irritating delay- We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of boundand folded work J Lawyers Briefs can be set as expeditiously and cheaply as in any part of 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 l r THE- VINCHESTLERt NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St Winchester d 1OB PRINTIN 1a THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pag J JUDGiL H JUNES WRITES ON It CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HEALING I have hastened to write this arti cle somewhat out of the succession I had intended for itin order to join Mr Vernon in his request that those interested should turn to their Bibles and study these suestions for themselves Because if Christian healing was enjoined bY Jesus on the disciples generally every Christian must admit that His way the way the Great Physician taught must be the better way Jesus said Iam the way the truth and the life Tin only question is therefore did Jesus enJoin Christian healing as a perpetual function of Christianity Mr GleanerWas confined to the eleven apostles present when Jesus delivered his parting injunction recorded in the verses quoted by Mr Vernon from Mark 16 1420 The contention is abut the meaning of verses 17 and 18 which read And these signs shall follow them that believe In my name shall they cast out devils Uiey shall speak with new tongues They shall take up serpents ant if they drink any deadly thing it shall not hurt them they shall lay hands on the sick and they shall recover Mr Vernon contends that when IK said these signs shajl follow then that believeij Jesus meant such o1 the eleven apostles present as should believe and nobody else But that will not do for Paul restored tin dead to life and he was not of tile keleven Paul was an unbeliever al that time and subsequently became a violent persecutor of the Christians We all recall how Paul shook off the deadly serpent that fastened on his hand and was not harmed while the horrified natives stood around ex pecting him to drop dead Stephen was not of the eleven and did not claim to be an apostle yet it is said of him in Acts 68 And Stephen full of faith and powerdid great wonders and miracles among the people Am it might be added for Mr Vernon benefit that he was stoned to death for this unmistakable expression of Ms faith by the orthodox religionists of that day It is a matter of authen tic church history that healing in the way Jesus prescribed was lot only t practiced by the apostles and earlier disciples but continued to be a mat ter of common occurrence in Chris tian communities fQr two or three hundred years later until the church had lost much of its spiritual power through certain secularizing processes and influences to which it was ex iPn one of his articles that he had been a preacher for thirty years and if in that length of time he has studied his Bible to no better purpose than is indicated by Ms interpretation these verses from Marks gospel ofI community may well infer how he knows of Christian Science whichI he evidently has not studied When Jesus said these signs shall follow them that believe he was ad dressing the eleven who were person ally present and if he had meant them alone would he not have said these signs shall follow you tha t believe The use of the pronoun them implies a reference to pe- rT shouldsoilsbelieve The eleven already believed they had been convinced by the most unmistakable proof they had seen their risen Lord time and again even the doubting Thomas no longed doubted Furthermore the eleven had long prior to this demonstrated their faith by healing the people it not being recorded of them that they failed to heal any case with the single exception of the epileptic boy And the other seventy whom Jesus had sent forth on their mission of Christian healing they were not of the eleven and yet it is said of them And the seventy returned again with joy saying Lord even the devils are subject unto us through thyname Luke 1017 I am glad Mr Vernon included the preceding verses in Ins quotation which Mrs Ward very properly did not deem necessary to include for they only explain more fully if possible Jesus meaning Thus in the verses immediately preceding Jesus says Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature And these signs shall follow them that believe In myiiame shall they cast out devils they shall lay hands on the sick and they shall recover In the light of these verses it seems too evident for comment that when Jesus used the word believe he was referring to those to whom the gospelwas to be preached viz every creature Every creature of them that believed should be saved and should know he was saved by the signs following viz he shall lay hands on the sick and they shall re over Now a sign is that by which we are made to mow something of which it is a sign These signs Wer to berthV ea spywhiclIwe should know his gospel froth every other gospel They would not follow the believing ofany gospel but his gospel Jesus knew that there would come a time when many gospels would be preached in his nameall claiming to be his gospel and he knew that his little ones would not be able to distinguish intelligently between them so he called attention to these simple concrete signs which any child could recognize in which the wayfaring man though a fool need not errand lie said to us in substance you may always know nr gospel from all others for these signs willalways follow my gospel and will not follow the others It might be saidwith greater show of reason that the authority to preach was confined to the el enbut the doctor Mould not agree to this for he gets his war rant for preaching from what was said to the eleven on this occasion and yet if he takes his authority for preaching from what was said to the- eleven how does he escape the obli gation to do the healing which according to his view was to be done by the preachers who believed Can it be that the doctor does not be Heve What warrant does the doctor find in the Bible for saying that the preaching was to continue to the present time but the signs were to cease with the eleven This fact is there is not an instance hi the New Testament where Jesus authorized anybody to preach that he did not im mediately couple with it an injunction to heal the sick When he sent forth the Seventy hesaid to them Am into whatsoever city ye Center und they receive you eat such things as are set before you And heal the sick that are therein and say unto them The Kingdom of God is come nigh unto you Luke 1089 Note what a short sermon he gave them to preach and how many sick people he gave them to healall the sick people in every city that should receive them He had al ready sent forth the twelve apostles as it is stated Alid he sent them to toIheal the sick Luke 92 And just before his ascension he said to theta Go ye therefore and teach all na tions Teaching themeverybodvto observe commanded things whatsoever i have you everything and of course healing the sick and lo I am with you ahvay even unto the end of the world Mathew 2820 He had especially enjoined on them to heal the sick wherever they went and he here sars to them teach everybody to do all things whatsoever I have commanded you to do Mj clear doctor suppose you and Mr Rushing get the good people of Hen derson together in another union meeting and explain to them why you are not healing them as Jesus told you to do ifas you say the healing was to be done by the preacher who believed and not by the people who believed the preaching tell them wont you why are ou and Dr Rushing not healing the sick people in Henderson After you have explain ed this to the satisfactionmark you I say to the satisfactionof those who under your recent invitation have really been reading their Bibles it will be time enough do you not think to denounce other Christian people who are trying to do the heating work their Master so plainly and insistent ly commanded them to do Explain to these good people why you accept one part onlyand that the least important part tie talking partof- oury Masters commission and reject the far more important part of heal ing the sick Remember that the Mas ter pave those he sent forth to preacha sermon just nine words in length but he gave them enough sick people to heal to keep them busy all the rest of the time This seems to have been about the ratio Jesus observed between his sermons and his healing work for he appears to have talked very little but he healed the sick and suffering wherever he found them It is not recorded that he ever asked one of them to what church he belonged But the follpwing is recorded And John answered say ling Master we saw one casting out devils hi thy name and he followeth not us and we forbad him because he followeth not us Ie But Jesus said Forbid him not for there is no man which shall do a miracle in my name that can lightly speak evil of me For he that is not against us iiion our part Mark 93840 If the Christian Scientists are not healing in the way Jesus com manded Christians to heal suppose you and Dr Rushing show the people the way Jesus taught his disciples to heal Do wont you Ofall the reproaches brought against Jesus and the early Christians no one ever reproached them for interfering with the doctors m do ing their Healing work Yes here WINCHESTER iCoproEOrz was one who did this very thing and itsounds so much like the way the Christian Scientists are sometimes re proached that willquote it It was Cclsus about two hundred years uf ter Christ one of the bitterest shrewdest and ablest of the heathen antagonists of Ciiristiaiiitv JIcI said The teacher of Christianity acts like a person who promises toreI store a sick man to health and yet hinders him from consulting skilled physicians so as to prevent his own ignorance from being exposed Are there those today who reverse this charge of the heathen Celsus and send sick people to the physicians to prevent their ignorance of the Bible and of Jesus way of healing from being exposed lfit is so very bad for the Chris tian Scientists to charge for healing the sick what about those who charge for preaching a gospel that does not so much as know that it ought to heal the sick But the Christian Scientists do not charge for healing because they know they do not do the healing but if they devote their time to this worn they are com pelled to charge something for their time with which to pay their living expenses and continue in the work Many persons are healed in Christian Science in a few days and at an ex pense of a few dollars having failed to get relief after paying physicians hundreds of dollars and after suffer ing and contributing liberally to the preachers salary for years It is entirely natural that some preachers and some doctors should feel like standing together if tIle patient lives he may never know any better if he dies he never returns to tell of the mistakes of either of them For my part I should rather think that a gospel that would save me for some of the ills of this life would be more likely to save me from perhaps greater ills in the life to come Christian Scientists have no hostility to doc tors they would trot abolish the drug system if they could do it by legisla tion to day They realize that there are many persons riot yet ready for Christian Science treatment and to deprive them of the consolation of being attended in their illness by a physician iii whom they have confi hence would be the refinement of cruelty as cruel as the efforts frequently made through legislation to re quire a parent to employ for his sick child a physician of some particular school in which he has no confidence or to require a Christian Scientist to turn from his Saviour whom he be lieves with all his heart to be the only true Physician to a mere human agent wHose methods he believes to be aggressively harmful to his childJesus Said the signs should follow them that believed his gospelthat- is the message or truth which he came to proclaim to the world It is not a belief in the personality of Jesus but belief in the truth he pro claimed that is to heal and save the peopleThe only Scriptural way to believe in or on Jesus is to believe and practice his gospel truth He said If ye love me keep my com mandments There is no other effectual way to believe on Jesus The healing and saving power or virtue is in the truth he taught and lived it is incident to and inseparable from this truth wherever this truth is understood and effectually believed there is bound to be a manifestation of its power in the distraction of sin and disease It was not attached to the personality of the man Jesus and was not transferable from one per sonality to another personality The only way Jesus could convey this power to others was to teach it to them and by living ithimself encour age them to live it Jesus came not to bring this truth into the world but to reveal it as already everywhere present in the world He saidliTo this end was I born and for this cause came I into the world that I should bear witness unto the truth A witness is one who bears testimony- to that which already is Now truth is universal like principle it applies impartially to all peoples in all ages ofall times world without end as Jesus saidllLo I am with you always even unto the end of the world Before Abraham was 1 JI r Now Listen Please We agree to sell you lumber un der the assurance that it will be at least i o per cent better in quality than any lumber you can buy else where Thats fair isnt it You can have your money back if we dont back up our claimwith the goods Lets figure the job together n 5fM lam said Jesus This saving Christ truth this I of Jesus was always and is now present in the woilel as much as when Jesus was on earth Hetellus what this healing saving truth is for he says I can ofmine own self do nothing John 530 but the Father that dwellcth in me he doeth the works John lilj This truth is therefore the healing presence of the Father and Jesus came to reveal this loving compassionate helpful heaiimr Father to andussaving activity of the Father is the Christ which always was andis and ever will be in the world even unto the endrfhere are no times or periods with Godk dthi but the eternal NOW and Hislsalatiorl isr salvation NOW As Jesus said to- Marthawho thought the resurrection of Lazarus was to be a future eventI am the resurrection and the lifethis P which waS before Abraham Jesus came to reveal to us not the truth about God but the truth which is God which is the Res urrection and the Lifo This is the Christ or Truth or God oF Principle or Spirit that is doing the healing in Christian Science today as He did ofyore Whenever God ceases to be a present liying activity in the world then but not until then Christi lihealingwill cease to be a possi bility in the world Jesus did greater healing because he understood God better and had more faith than anybody that ever lived in the world God is always present everywhere His presence is always land active healing and saving pres Jesus said My Father work etli until now and I work Because God is everywhere Jesus sometimes healed by absent treatment and fol lowing his example the Christian Scientists heal by absent treatment for God is not absent although the practitioner may be One may pray as effectually for an absent friend as for a present friend The charge that Mrs Eddy claims to be the Female Principle in Deity is absurd on its face is neither true nor anything like the truth and it has no existence anywhere but in some overheated und wretchedly per verted imagination The same is true of the charge that she claims or ever claimed to be higher than or the equal to Jesus Anybody who will take the trouble to investigate for themselves may know and can not help but know the falsity of both these charges One quotation from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures page 315 will be suffic ient viz The history of Jesus shows him to have been more spirit ual than all other earthly personali ties Or again Jesus spiritual origin and his demonstration of di vine Principle richly endowed him and entitled him to sonship in Science He was the son of a virgin the term Christ Jesus or Jesus the Christ to give the full and proper translation of the Greek may be rendered esus the anointed Jesus the Godcrowned or the divinely royal man as it is said of him in the first chapter oft Hebrews Therefore God even thy God hath anointed thee With the oil of gladness above thy fellowsI take up the claim that Chris tian Science was stolen from Quim byism in my next I wish to make a correction of a mistake in my second article viz Dr Patterson did not admit that he hUd been guilty of in fidelity to his marriage vow but did admit that he was to blame for the separation Henderson Daily Gleaner When the Sea Flows Into the Seine A strange phenomenon takes place at little Caudebec twice a year The sea announced by a thundering sound and an undulating swell that runs along the rivers face comes up from the channel and flows into the Seine Tranquil and hitherto unruffled the river receives this violent visitor in one undulous wave that rushes like a tide along tN surface ot the water Harpers Mdiirnly Magazine v Dudlsh yken a dueft seems to be inteill ir are seV fioinv seenPhiladelphiati Bulletin ty i f x Cannot Answer These Questionsl JVlly du you continue ba1l1ingyour knees andelbows one at a time when you can stretchout in a full bath tem pered tc suit you and can do so every mOl ring if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen mId laundry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofafaucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern Vat er when you can get it from large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River F Superintendent Winchester At itYuII= 1EF KJII Peoples State Bank This bank less than years depresionsteady growth fro the start in Iand YOllaresonal attenioa to J L BROWH L B COCKRELL Vice President xra Arrival of the New Year means the newest uptodate meth ods in the cleaning and dyeing of mens suits overcoats etc and in the of ladys fine dresses etc Turn over new leaffor the new year and make to have your cleaned and pressed or dyed he- Cincinnati Tailors Teaching the Royal Salute Crossing the deck of the Kaiser Wil helm II royal yacht wjth large mug of beer in his hand one of the sailors was startled by the sudden appearance of his royal master He made most clumsy attempt to salute with his free hand while his anxiety to prevent the beer spilling amused his majesty Look here said the latter you dlelht that right Let me show you how it ought to be done Telling the man to fancy that was the em peror who was to be saluted the kai ser took the mug and retreated paces Then forward again stopping opposite to the sailor he held the mug to his lips drained 4t put it down on the deck and gave the salute with military Thats the way to it he remarked toile astonished seaman Now go downstairs and tell them to fill the mug up again and give you one for yourself Say It was who drank lt True to Conscience Id rather fail by being true to my conscience than make popular cud ce by being false From Lynch Diiugbteff tiepriftrdMirrIcfc Z rtftor yt t r IN THE IOMIIER MARKET t an expected rise wilt soon take place We have good stock on hand and plenty ordered for those who will need it for building pur poses at the old figures so that present prices will prevail Order now and take advantage of the market at our place You 4Vhy have a dry dismal looking yard when you cnn have it filled with green grass and blanming lowers and can at the same time get rid of the dustin the street 5Yhy suffer other inCon venicTKes wlu n voii tan Have every thing for the Comfort find health of pour family rij ittint- he house GIs it not true that the an swer is not lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to gett mostout of life r C0 ATTERSALL Water Works CoINCORPORATED l G T r iC CAPITAL OQOOO began business three ago I the number fourdepositors in the volume ofour business We all business J M HCbGKIN Cashier President I a iI nwJt 7 The cleaning waists a a garments at a a do he a few coming precision do I a a a y ic y c I f J t lP a lgthe The Horse Looks Aroundin surprise when we shoe him for the first time Never knew before how comfortable it was to be shod properly HeJl know more yet which he realizes how they give confidence to hisgaifcr Treat your horse to our shoeing Hell reciprocate in better work and better temper T STROTHER SCO17T Art Now nature is not at variance wkfc art nor art with nature they bef rboth the servants of his providence Art Is the perfection of nature WaN theworld now as it was the sixth dam there were yet a chaos Nature featfe made one world and art another 15 brief all things are artificial for JNIt ture Is the art of GodSir Thoirim Browne Abuse JJtIt1 xlaughperience I have learned to be a feef posthorse I go through my appoimte daily stage and 1 care not for the cigt who bark at me along the road Freierick the Great v Perfectly Safe v When a woman is first married lint fears her husband Is so brave aiderpus that X dill get hurt one f rushing Ito k dangerous lade to a irabie act but sbVii not long in 11sf4 igg out that on that score be la HNf feclly safeAtchison Glqb r u J f i r a rry r NEWSy I DE tfhi HEST R NfW An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester Hews Co Incorporated Once South Main Street WinchesterKentucky 0 Daily Except Sunt aYer Entered as secondclassmatter Xovember 28 1908 at the post office At Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 p SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery r 03si1qittee week Payable at office or to collector nay week Mail Delivery AM year 300 10- 5DB0 0monthsX p 25monthfPayable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES t Display Per Inch oe time any edition 25 JRirco times within one week 50 101likeOae calendar month 300 Jfstir weeks four times a week 240 ifour weeks three times a week 180 Jfjoiir weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per fit 6 mouths 25 per cent one sear 3313 per centrReading NoticeSPer Line ittaines notices body type 7 e JPfee reading news headings 15L New Phone No 91 yjEDNESDAYf JANUARY 13 1909 TWO GOVERNORS Croverrior Judson Harmon of Ohio ikes an advanced position in his in raugural address on the question qf prison labor He approves of the ac tion of his State which has provided th at contract labor of the prisoners shall be abolished as existing con Tracts expire and warns the legis lators that the penitentiary inmates cannot be left idle but that they must lie put to some uref ul work with the least possible disturbance of general trade Kentucky is away behind most of hex sister States in the management ifher J public institutions The State penitentiary islstill the football of politics and but little public sentiment jhas theYabolition of contract labor One of 43ie hopeful signs of the times however is the recent endorsement of GaL Jack Chinn for the State Senate iby the Democratic voters of Mercer county Col Chinn made his cam platrform demanding an investigation of our State prison and the abolition of cruelty t5 the prisoners Both Governor Harmon and Gover nor Marshall of Indiana in their in tiguialaddresses took strong ground against the levying of campaign assessments on all employes of they tie and the use of them as political adat vanee some distance before the Com i iionwealtlis officials will be founding accord with tIe two new Governors One the Question of corporations both Governors took an advanced stand Harmon said We should carefully supervise the creation and extension ofjqorporate rights so thatj tHie name of the State shall iiot be us iled to decorate securities which do not s represent good faith and full value We sliould refuse to admit to deal with i subourjeeted to like precautions Marshall fait1sTo prevent overcapitalization M 1JX corporations recommend ant i amendment of t the corporate laws of Indiana in toto if possible if not To the extent that hereafter a dollars worth in money or in property of the fair value thereof in the marl rust go into every corporation for every dollar of stock and no bonds Jahall ever be floated lmfitdollar for 3l0nar shaH pass into the treasury otT th 8orporation floating the same I THE RESCUE STATIONiv t rJ t 1 Rescue stations for miners are toj lie established at varIOUS points thajpughout the ThebJBorii of coal operators business s fren and citizens generally to hat- ete1 bureau at Washington locate a f jifeers rescue station Jn Kentucky eserv success 3Uf The station would s w jy force t xx f tor ic2eucwork rid itwouid insiaict iniiiers and otheisin the method fpi preyejiitingaccidencs and of rescuing flijSe in danger As auxilary to thE tuning school of the State University its value would be inestimable Kentucky is now a great coal pro rducing State and her resources are being still further opened up Last year about 10000000 tons of coal were mined It has a fine record in accidents It has the lowest ratio of fatalities among miners through accidents of all the great mining States of the Union The rescue stare tionwould be a factor for the servation of the fine record here and would be influential in keeping down the death rate despite the inevitable expansion of the States mining industries in future years We want our record to remain clear of such dreadful catastrophes as that of the Leiter nine in Illinois the other day and that of the Lick Branch mines in We Virginia yesterday It is to bel earnestly hoped therefore that Kentucky will get the rescue station SIX lASKfD ROBBERS STEAL 1500 IN CASH Gag and Assault Old Man of Eighty arid His Two Aged Sisters Special to The News fed TSBURG Jan 13SLmask robbers assaulted and gagged Sol omon Loughner aged eighty and his two aged sisters ransacked the house secured fifteen hundred dol larsin cash and escaped The Loughners livedon a farm near Jeannette COMMERCIALS THURSDAY NIGHT Interesting Program Prepared and Large Attendance is look- edI For There promises to be a large at tendance at the smoker of the Commercial Club Thursday night Anin preparedtU1cl roe served SENATOR MCREARY AT IWEST POINT ASHTNGTOX N Jar 13Senl tor SIcCreary went to West Point Military Academy yesterday on a visJ It of inspection He is a member of the Board of Visitors Using the Opportunity About the most resourceful young person Ive encountered in the real ec tate line said a Pittsburg man came withIhe was in town one of his coworkers introduced him to an evening gather Ing at the house ora well known merchant The company learning that the newcomer possessed a voice invit ed him to e responded with Home SAve y t Home Everybody was surprised at his se lection but as it was well done he wusbeartUyapplauded Then he sur prised them some more Stepping forward= toe center of the room he said Im glad you liked the song There Is nothing like Home Sweet Home and let me say that our firm is selling withintwcare to live there the fact yet remains that its the chance of your life for an investment Kansas City Independ ent The Millers If you want to hear some guessing wide jof the mark ask some one what he would think might be the third most common name in New York city says the New York Sun The probability is the correct answer will never be made unless some one has happened to alight on some such bit of Information The fact is that ac cording to the best available authori ties the name Miller ranks third Smithholding first place tend Brown second Jtj seems jjlinpst incredible but as a matter of fact the name Mil lieI stands well to the head of the list of names most frequently met with in the four largest cities in the coiin try thirdin It Stands secqn iTh Philadelphia Nqw York Q ty 1Hldfourth in Chicago while the name JQl1 s is way down in the list holding the eleventh place In1tew York city and the thir teenth in Boston with such names as Clark Williams White and other names never Considered common pre ceding4t ANNOUNCEMENTS TWeatithored to announce JUDG F P JENDLETON c ndAt fori Y Judge ub jectj to action of the Democratic rlyi 1 J i BONAPARTE EXPLAINS Attorney General Gives His Version of Tillman Resolution Washington Jan 13 Attorney General Bonaparte issued a statement replying to that part of the speech of Senator Tillman in which he declared that the resolution in regard to the Oregon land grants intro duced by him in the senate on Jan 3 1908 lad been prepared by the at torney general and that his interest In the matter had been first aroused by a desire to purchase some of the timber land Mr Bonaparte also replies to Senator Tillmans remarks made in the senate last February that he had not bought any land anywhere In the west or undertaken to buy any Mr Bonaparte asserts tSat on Sept 47 1908 suit for forfeiture of the lands in question was brought by the government against the Oregon California railroad and others the same being in accordance with Till mans resolution He also refers to his conversations with Mr Tillman in reference to the suit and states that at the time he was not aware that the South Caro lina senator was desirous of securing any of the forfeited lands for himself Lincoln Stamp Recommended Washington Jan 13A special postage stamp of the 2cent denomi nation in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln is authorized in the resolution of Representative Dawson which was reported on favorably by the house committee on postoffices and postroads CHARGES TESTIMONY WAS MANUFACTURED Attorney For Thornton Hams Con = eludes Argument Today Flushing N Y Jan 13 Charges that the testimony of the members of the Bayside Yacht club was manufactured and that witnesses were withdrawn from the stand because their evidence was not sufficiently rehearsed were made by Attorney John F McIntyre in summing up the defense in the trial of Thornton Hains Counsel today resumed his re view of the evidence in the case and pointing out discrepancies which the lawyer asserted showed that much of the testimony of the state had been rehearsed inan instruction school Mr McIntyre declared that much of the testimony of Mrs William E An nis whose husband was shot and killed by Captain Peter C Hams was manifestly false and that she had been taken from the witness stand when it was seen that her story had not been sufficiently rehearsed At the conclusion of Mr Mclntyres remarks District Attorney Darrin b gan the summing up of the state evidence sThe case will go to the jury tomorrow t PROHIBITIONISTS ViNI Tennessee Senate Passes Statewide Measure by Vote of 20 to 13 Nashville Tenn Jan 13 Senate bill No1 providing for the prohibi tion of the sale of liquor within four miles of any schoolhouse in Tennes see passed third and final reading f the senate The vote was 20 to 13 Senators Barkerville of Sumner and Swab of laiborne voting with the 18 who have been known as state widers It Is expected that the house will pass the bill Immediately after the vote in th wildestdismotion to adjourn could be put and carried a frantic crowd surrounded Messrs Holladay and Mansfield floor leaders of the prohibition forces and the celebration took the form of a ove feast I Sperry Goes to Rome Naples Jan 13Rear Admiral Sperry commander of the American battleship fleet exchanged calls of courtesy with the Italian authorities He left Rome today to have his and ience with King Victor Emmanuel which has been arranged for tomorrow I ANDERSON ACCEPTS PresideIndiana Jurist Will at Second Trial of Standard Chicago Jan 13Judge Albert B Anderson of Indianapolis will preside at the retrial of the case against the Standard Oil company in which Judge KIM liandis imp sed a fine of 29240000 This wasdefinitely fixed when Judge Landis to whom the case was remanded by the circuit court of appeals received a letter from Judge Anderson accepting the assignment of the case Judge An dersonsaid he will be in Chicago next Monday on which day he will convene court to set the case for trial Turkey Accepts Indemnity Constantinople Jan 13The Turk ish government accepts the Austro Hungarian offer of 2500000 pounds sterling Turkish 10800000 indem pity for the annexation of Bosnia and H rzagovina thus removing every possibility of war The grand vizier Kiamil pasha received Marquis Pal lavicini the AustroHungariari ambassador and notified him of the deci sion of the council of ministers i J r W I T T OUTnU t OpportunitySALE N U Maxwell Kuppenfoeimer Clothing = === The Best Clothes Highclass Fabrics yingQualities0well just look at the pricesft0n X30 Overcoats f 25 Overcoats V 22 50 Overcoats X20 Overcoats 18 50 16 50 M Shirtslp 11 One lot of Cluets X150 in colors n a r jl r DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs Richard M Rice died sudden ly Tuesday afternoon at ier home in Paris The funeral and interment will be in North Middletown Thurs day Mrs Rice had a number of friends here whomshe had vis jited from time to time and they will hear with regret gfJier death ACCIDENT TO HUSBAND Mrs R M Rice Collapses From Shuck and Expires in a Few Hours iliis residence breaking several ribs Mr Riqe was carried into his resi deuce where his wife who was in hex seventieth year was seriously ill The shock to Mrs Rice brought on a collapse and she died about 3oClock Mr and Mrs Rice moved to Paris several months ago from North Mid dletown where they had resided for nearly fifty years Mr and Mrs Rice were united in marriage near Carlisle October 21 1858 They re Gently celebrated their golden wed ding anniversary having with them their only child Mr C E Rice a banker of Fulton Ky CHILD BURNED TO DEATH Little Tot at Sebree Caught Fire While in Front of Open Grate SEBREE Ky Jan 13 Allyne Hawkins a fouryearold child while standing in front of an open grate caught fire and before it could be so badly burned that site died Il HIGH WINDS AND COLDER Robert Martin the colored weather prophet of this City maKes the fol lowing prediction for the next three days High winds and much colder Prof Martin is usually as good in his predictions as the other profes sionals n Wheat Rust Everywhere Wheat rust is limited to Wvsecticn orprade of grain but is en countered ill the Cukf t TV r Now as NOW Now X30 Suits 25 Suits 22 50 Suits 20 Suits 18 50 Suits 16 50 Suits One lot ofHats 350 now 258 53 now Odd at Big Reduction LNOW MONEY Rupard Stewart Rices aftofa ex- tinguishedvas 1850 1350 X115 lONE PERISHES AfiU I HER HUkT IN FIRE Wife of Railway Magnate Samuel Higgins Burns and Mother inLaw Fatally Injured Special to The News NEW HAVEN Conn Jan 13In- a fire that destroyed the residence of Samuel Higgins the railway magnate lase night his mother Mrs Higgins perished and his motherinlaw Mrs M E Corbin was fatally hurt Miss Higigns the daughter suffered broken legs by jumping from the burning building KENTUCKY HORSES FOR TAFT INAUGURAL SHOW Clevelanders at Versailles to Buy Mounts For the Crack Troop A VERSAILLES Ky Jan13J B Perkins and W J White of Cleve land Ohio were here yesterday morning looking over the Kentucky mar ket for 150 black horses which they theIed as escort to McKinley at his inauguration and whichviIlbe the gUardof honor for William Howard Taft when he is inaugurated President of the United States They purchased a big black horse from E R Woodward and will return Thurs day to visit the stock farms BENNETT NOT SUPERSTITIOUS WASHINGTON Jan 13Con gressmanBennett of Kentuckyis not superstitious He introduced tweiitythree bills yesterday all pro pensions for old soldiers in his dis viding pensions for old soldiers in his district TO BE PRESENTED AT COURT Miss Roosevelt is Expected in Lon don Next Spring LONDON Jan 1The American- ss is looking forward to Miss Roose velts expected visit in the spring when it is solid j she wilt V presented girlYvonneVo epr s entati0hi tt rs 1h Choice of n the Season If and Made Overcoats Overcoats 6 f 1850fl Now 1350 M HATSI Hawes and Stetson 198n iII Pants SAVE Coll DEATHn Me WOMAN 1 COMPROMISEPROPOSED Bennett Offered 20000 to Compro mise His 100000 Suit Against the Night Riders PADUCAH Ky Jan 13Henrv Bennett who was whipped with thorn bushes when his tobacco warehouse at Dycusburg Ky was burned last February has been offered 20000 to compromise his suit for lOOboO against 158 night riders DOM1TA DIVORCE A wesfc ge granted a on aceoui iHtemper ai breath i ngs New Iitwould ha anted it Tl Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the illtemper dispel cods banish headaches conquer chills 25c at Phillips Drug Store CARD OF THANKS Editor of Winchester News Will yon kindly give me sPace im your columns to express our in describable appreciation for all sympathies extended all kindness shown and all assistance given in our recent great loss Above all we owe every f thing to mv brother Porter Eubank for our very existence for but his heroic action and quick wit we all doubtless should have shared the fate of poor Mr Eals a fact which we all deplore beyond expression To the firemen and the volunteers who foueht so gallantly and to the family of Mr George MHarf who has taken care ofus so willingly especially do we owe a debt of grat itude We would love to sro to each one personally and express burselves in our feeble way bjatthis is impossible for strangers as wellas friends have come bravely to our relief Every thougfrf of each of you is sacred and we can fully assure you if at anytime we can serve any one of you you have only to cons mand Yours most gratefully Wm HULS and FAMILY Fresh Fruts and Fresh Groceries Cigars Tobaccos Oysters and Candies Nome Phone 72 MiKe Joseph Y 36 N Main St d s t i t1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS e l PtO It 1i f od EiTj 1MrsGbodpaster formerly of Owingsville put now of Cincinnati The wedding is to take place sometime in Febru aryfThis twino bothmanyare quite wellknown here and hav frequently visited Winchester a e Literary Club i Miss Anne Dudley will be hostess a the Literaiy and Social Club on Thursday ca o Euchre Club Mrs Bruce Duty will entertain the Euchre Club Thursday afternoon TheFortYtwo Club will be entertained later Bridge Club Mrs Strother Goff will entertain the Bridge Club on Saturday s 4I An Exchange The ladies of th Baptist church t will havean Exchange at the stor bfMr T S Bush on Saturday s a To Give Dance The girls of the town will give one of the nicest dances thev have ever given on February 22 It will be a Saxton dance and everything will be done to make it the nicest one the i hove ever had f-s A Pleasant Entertainment Ikirs Clayton Strode entertained a few of the neighb hood girls and boys in a most delightful way jon Saturday evening Much merriment was had over the games which were played and these were indulged in until a late hour after which a most delightful lunch was served This is inrvitation there always means a goo time x I The College Widaw The sane cast which gave the I Merchant of Venice and made such a decided hit have atrreed to give I the College Widow This little play WIll lie as interesting as the Mer chant of Venice if not more so The parts were given out todayr PERSONALS Mr 71 Mentger of Cincinnati spent a few days here this c kIMiss Gertrude Bush spent Thursday in Richmond t Mr 0 E Bush was a visitor in Lexington on Saturdayi Mr Sam Powell was in Lexington Monday Mr Dallas Powellwas in Richmond Monday olt business Miss Fanny Sue Bush has had t stay in the house for several day on account of a severely sprained ankle Miss Mae Powell has returned from a delightful visit to Cincinnati hayre 1gone the winter Misses Ollie and Loraine Butler o f Paris stopped over in our town Tuesday on their wav home from a visit to Huntinpton W Va MrE L March of Lexington was in town Tuesday on business Mr Prewitt Harris of Lexington f was guest in town Tuesday Prof B T Spencer left Tuesday afternoon for Wilmore to be gone for a few days Mr Cecil Cantrill of Georgetown was a gue t here on Tuesday Mr and Mrs J B Hampton and Mrs J E Gaitskill left Monday for it sojourn to CubasO anId on S Miss Rebecca Duke of Maysville Is the attractive guest of Mrs Gus Brooks MISS HATHAWAYS CLASS IN CHINA PAINTING I am now ready to open my class in China Painting For details call at my home on South Main street any morning from 9 until 12 CARRIE LEE HATHAWAY 111fiL I r 30000 BREACH OF fIrWealthy Jessamine Farmer Defendant v and Miss Rogers Plaintiff Jan13eby the filing of a suit by Miss Minnie Rogers against John Brown for30 000 damages for alleged breach oft promise The petition alleges that they have repeatedly agreed to mar ry but that he now refuses to keep the promise and she asks judgment for 30000 and costs The plaintiff is the daughter of John Rogers is about twentythree years of age and is considered beautiful She was formerly the wife of Al Stewart who is at present a resident of Lexing ton They were married severa years ago and have one child She was granted a divorce a short time ago Mr Brown is one of the wealth lest farmers in the county and a member of one of the oldest and most prominent families eHon C J Bronstonof Lexington and Judge E B Hoover are the at torneys for the plaintiff DM I HOUSE IsThe 0Dandy Dixie MIES els4 the 3best of all colored Minstrel shows will bo the attraction at the Opel House on Fiiday January 15 r Everything new and uptodate i sing dance arrd fun are the aitrac Live stage features the big min strel stars fun makers and specialty pieforruers include Billy Kersands the gieatefct cf all genuine negro minstrel men Campbell arid Meaux character impersonator Jim Cros the hoop marvel Buddy Jones 1tbe pickaninny dancing wonder Rauz Campbell1 the soft dancer and a scora of dthtiSi T6 Cotton Pickets Baud undt r thedi ruction of Alunza Mon togmsry the Black Lmitofe discourses the lat es andsatnndnrd musical classics parade band concerts and stag performance F and the show is of tbehft esf in fiff t SOLDIERS RHURt FROMI IP TO IONIA r Lexington Company Ordered Hcme From Steams All Quiet 11There LEXINGTON Ky Jim 13After- o having done guard duty at Stearns sfor 18 days Company C returned home yesterday The soldiers nil say they had a fine trip and an exciting time at S tennis Acting on the order of Governor Willson Assistant Adjutant General Garnett Ripley Monday ordered the troops to withdraw They were sent to Stearns by Governor Willson two days after Christmas on accourtt of the danger of the striking miner- sblninglw property of the residents while e1ortswere being made to serve federal injunction papers on Berry Simpson and othqrs who were en den yoring to promote s the strike Governor Willson tHinks there is no longer any need of the troops at Stearns BRAVE FIRE LADDIES often receive severe burns putting out fires then use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Slav Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief ia instant 25c at Phillips Drug- Store PUBLIC AUCTION At 2 oclock Thursday J will sell at public auction my furniture and household effects MRS A SIMON 11tt HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED I We have Just completedfurnishing our Opti cal room with electricity and now have a nV dern Optical room with all the modern electric appli ances to do the work with COME AND SEE US eleer and Optician I ki1i J FLOTSAM AND JETSAM Violet AtBecawseof the rage for satin and panne velvet hats in shades of wis taria Violet hatpins are in evidence They are made with long slender heads OfII0urse 1J PBACttlCAIi KITCHEN APHON43S2 A pattern of this kitchen apron may be had In four sires 32 33 40 and 44 inches ofapromptly forwarded to you by maU- them pinning on chapeaux of tan green and black Turbans of white fox are pelf stunning with the head of the animal arranged a little toward ths sido of tho front From this head placed fizt on the crown lie two narrow gold quills I Patent leather belts are coming into favor again This is good news for women with slim waists who like tailored effects- In planning the wardrobe wom entoshould never neglect tosupply Theyety which means that they raustwell cover the front of the dress and ltav two good large pockets into which all Suchta nislied in the apron seen In the illus tration JUDIC CHOLLET FRILLS AND FRIPPERIES ABlow For the Glove ManThe Cloak GownIAnother blow for the glove man is the sleeve that not only creeps lon a and sinuously down over the back the f hand but fastens over the thumb with a loop like an old fashioned mitt riS1teemedA single rosette quite large and con spicuous appears upon some princess A COMFOSTABIB DRESSING SACK 4330 A pattern of this dressing sack may be had In seven sizesfrom 32 to 44 inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this of lIce giving number 4380 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mail dresses as a suitable belt finish at the left side rff the front It oftep fur wishes the chief adornment The one piece costume has brought in its train th cloak gown which may be worn as a cloak or a princess house gown One often has been obliged to look twice at a gown to know whether it was a cloak or a dress The lines of the sleeves and gowns this ear ire ndt always b coming The sleeves extending to tb wrist are not flattering to a thin arm Skirts must be longand narrow and high waisted which is a just reason for lamentations to the woman whose only redeeming feature is her long waisted trim appearance No one looks trim in an empire gown The negligee illustrated Is not s tlingly new but the lines are comforta ble and a smart hint is given in the collar of dotted material Braid is the trimming used instead of the nblqui tows blade JUDIO CHOLLET i l i7f FIRST ClASS SHOWSI TiT W OPERA HOUSE Three of New Yorks Greatest Sue cesses IHerManager sifi lledconjtracts for the appearance future of three of New Yorks greatest i successes Tlie Wolf The Wit f eking Hour and the erect play modern politics The Man of tliHI Hour Messrs Shubert Bros the wei known New York managers ina let qualrlityr proves suc cessful the theatregoing public canI expect a few more high class companies to follow Manager Dinelli also has contract ed for the appearance ofc The Rajah of Bhong one of the best musical comedies on the road this season busIierpanies are coming through the Blu Grass region and most likelv Win chester will be included in their route BROADIIEAD GARRETT WINS ALLAN SUIT Defendant Fails to Appear and Judg ment is Given Against Him x Very little was done in Circuit Court Wednesday The only case that was set for trial was the case of the BroadheadGarrett Company failedyappear case was and a verdict Was given for the de fendant The BroadheadGarrett Company was suing Mr Allan for 700 alleged to be due them for some staves that were purchased by him sometime ago The grand jury was in session all day Wednesday but up presstime they had returned no indictments SHOPcTom Cowan the popular barber who was burned Dui in the Court View Hotel fire would like to have his customers andold friends call on him in his new shop in the Simpson and Hathaway building WEDNESDAY WORST iryljSnow Rain anti Sleet Fall at Different Times During the Day Wednesday was the worst day of the winter Early in the morning the thermometer was down low but it ber oclockbAbout 1030 or eleven it began to snow sleet and rain all at once On North Main street a telephone wire broke under the strain of the sleet andIwas remov The street car has been put prac out of business The street crossings arid steps are slippery and w1llcI g afterthe young lambsfand other stock At 120 oclock the wind was coming from the East und cold rain was falling NORMAL SCHOOL FOR NEGROES FLOURISHING Board of Trustees Reports Attend ance Large and Students Coming in From All Over State FRANKFORT Ky Jan 13 Prof J H Jackson president of the State Normal and Industrial Institute for the colored niet the board of trustees of the schools yesterday and reported that the school is in a four ishing condition The attendance fie stated was very large and stu1 dents are still coming from all parts of the State t The most gratifying art of the re port was the self help manifested by the students To aid in equipping all parts of the institution the stu dents have contributed 76510 beenetheepresident and it has also teen practiced in almost ubstemiialrway With the amorint raised the printing mechanical cheinicallaboratory and other departments have been greatly improved attendtar ance and the pro poses tp Have erected at a later date two new imposing buildings MrssAnna Wilson of Mayslle LS the guest of Mrs GnsBrooks i i iil Permanent AtMeteClqb and DirectorforWinchester The Adams System of Modem Scientific Physical EdueaSaa WITHOUT APPARATUS is a natur J fascinating practical healthv urfcv ixivK OJj OUR FLABBY MUSCLES THIliK bF t HOW LITTLE YOU CAN ENDURE Think what a grunting artist you are and how weary others get hear ng it of your round stooped shojUiGK ers and hollow chest Think of you lack of development aud of h01Y A few minutes a day properly applied will almost make you a new Dien tare in feeling and form A new though well tested magical and interest ing process can be yours at small cost Study it with iris and ii e r as other do You not only improve w nderf ully during the course butflSayo dehealth up to the standard Highest endorsements of leading basin ss men in eighteen States where the system has been taught Ifis worth something to know how to avoid Colds C mstipation Indigestion and many of the common ailments y t J RESULTS DEVELOPMENT STRENGTH HEALTH Sttenithk ens heart lungs4Iid weak backs overcomes nervousness and to idrliver promotes good circulation go td digestion sufficient oxygdnatipn fortifies our bodies against disease germs prevents headache and I1hclii matism makes daily tasks easy This practical system you wjll cbntlnue with delight It is not drudgery 3 1Straightenscientific principles and accuracy so as to harmonize with Natures lawtst Methodize a condensed system Pe manentmonthlY classes bein gfpm1 ed for business men and boys to begin about January 18 th PmtiI s ftaught from 9 to 65years old It For Particulars Phone C ADAMS ErownProcforia H sCapital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 TJCST 111c1ieefe1JaiEiO I i o- rI II WINCHESTER KY II N H WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT W R SPIiAR II CASHIER I SOLICITS YOUR IGSUBITS I Let Us D- oYour Pluming irYOU WANT IT DONE RIGHTI- noil work we are way past tile experimental stage We do Kotgricesrat how things should bedooe wefcnoirl- As toprices we also know yWG mot object ewtffr WITT e co9 3 worth Mim Tire MI Tiir- Happi at mctMcJtM tom gutlelJlkf dr j YSt i ri B i STRONGand healthy poultry result from our selected feed Your lIens w3 be cackling over fresh laid eggsif theyve bad plenty of nourishing food for it takes provender to make eggs Lots of good grain here at little money profitable suggestions and advice free You will help yourself and help us if you do buying in our line from us Prod if you want it Purina Win oar J R IaIFriday Jan DANDY HOUSE 3LSth DIXIE MINSTRELS AND THE COTTON PICKERS BAN BEST Enough Dandiest Real Minstrel Showin the World Bar None EE 4o aIsure BILLY KERSANDS toIN THE ESSENCE OF OLE V1RG1NNT LITHE MINSTREL YORK CITY BETS HIT WATCH FOR THE PARADE And the No nlay and Mpht BAND CONCERTS Roe WinanS Scott ROOFING GUTTERIRG and SPOUTING GAS WATER PLUMBINg- Dealeri 1 rig t iron and Bucket Pu ps Cisteiatv Tops Gas Fixtures Mantcfc Globes Stove Pipes Elbowi Home Phone 502 Next to Fruits Grocery THE RACKET aTOiE has a Nice Line of ir Lace and Ham ud ton sale I am rVyjt 5Oc Cotsets for te tsomemy tOe line I have It bi g itock of everything Come tosme ISubstitute for 5vngtw Atmosplierlc electricity Is ltReiley to encourage plant life in thea t ltttir i 1 o ijc i vS7 c ts i THE WIJlCHESTE NEWS tri Fyffe Declined f Yliptlif nafy department that the pres a oeof the wives of the naval o2ecrs itvttfe Asiatic station detracted too ich fronrthelr official duties Go a eral order was issued to the fleet directing that the wives be sent home Atofeal Fyffe who was in command itthe fleet received the order in due tipte and it came backto time navy de jactment indorsed as 1st Indorsement Asiatic Fleet Yokohama Japan 0 Respectfully returned to the secre taryroiC the navy 2 2 havo delivered this order to Mrs Syjfe and she refuses to go 3 Further instructions are requested Respectfully Signed JOSEPH FYFFE Success Magazine The Ideal Trunk v The lady hud looked at about twenty chills without finding one to her sat isfaction At length the salesman sug se ted that if she could give him an Idea of what she had in mind he Bright be able to suit her I want said the lady impressively a smaller trunk than this but one ttiholus moreSt Louis Republic Pays to Advertise 7hen I was doing business in a i tlaetchant small way remarked a shrewd I advertised that 1 had no bzapsois stores Wen 7 1hat made people think I was run nfag a classy shop and pretty soon I Was able to open branch stores See Louisville CourierJournal V Restraining Recollections They say Pin a little close said MR Gumrox thoughtfully 4iVell you dont exactly spend it as ititwere water Z try to But you see I used to live in Arizona where wateris scarce JYasIungtou Star Old Fashioned jBid he ever castigate his son for playing truant No he never fooled with then new fancied fays o doin Ho jest give hlttra sound UckinV Baltimore Diner can I k 1 Iii JiJf Crafty Master Fcx Ajfos was one day seen coming out r Ot apile of stones near the water side He hid in the heather for awhile and then pushed out something t on the water which proved to IH a bunch of moss The wind took it into the middle of the lake and blew IE past some ducks sitting on the sfiur ace Having watched his venture fors perhaps ten minutes with appar L e1lt satisfaction and observed that it iosredi the ducks without arousing tttefir suspicions our friend began to jC Uiet another and larger bunch of cmoss whICh he allowed to float in the direction but this time he swam behind it taking care to show only his ejaraLand nose above water Just as it was passing the group of ducks he made a sudden dive pulled down a bled and swam back to shore under water Arrived there he carried the Iikkto the plle of Heather where his w tBu and daughter were no doubtv welting to enjoy the fruits of his labors Fortyfive Years of Sport Some Troubles of a Pianist Harold Bauer the pianist has had some curious experiences during his travelst While playing in Barcelona he was c5aHeEge q to fight a duel by an ex dLttd member of the audience whom he fiad reproved for disturbing the re dtalbX his noisy conduct On another otcasion in Italy he had to be car- j e4 through an underground tunnel fe Mcpcthe attentions of frantic ad mitpra v Ilae rMia most extraordinary cine id tsfces was in Russia It was inaQ town near Moscow and in the 4 llevOf his performance the pianist arrested by the poHce on the grounds that he was obtaining money Wider false pretenses Time police ac NTw9s based on the grounds that n rJHii dance appeared on the pro and that there were np dancers Ttajii dYcrrooked the terrible fart that Mt Bluer had played two marches WltliQtit a Sfhjrie soldier being present s iuatiTrIbune t rmbst Hopeless bnt r tu sweethearts brother cM h r Nature la Mams All Area Ally The tabercBloglg congress la 1906 j and the exhibition which followed JMLTC proved convincing The white plagae can be hey 1 up Most encouraging of allis the knowledge that the pethoa of prevention in vogue act with cer tainty It will no longer le believed that victims are marked beforehand and that the complaint must run its course in every case But tuberculosis doesnt stand alone as a visitor to wage ceaseless war upon Neither is it unique in being deadly when neglected and curable if taken ki time and treated in the right way It would be marvelous if the new method of treating consumption did not yield results The patient is first isolated from bad conditions Good food good air rest and freedom from worry put the entire system in trim for the battle with disease The same regimen will help in other ail ments which destroy thousands an nually Typhoid pneumonia and acute indigestion in its various forms might be avoided or cured if the predisposed or the suffering were given the same chance as the consumptive Nature has no fads She will help fight for man as zealously in one war as in an other The Sand Garden- IA plea for playgrounds for clrltarenlWe sat on alloy doorsteps dreadful heat We had no place at all to play but in thoI dirty street The sun upon the stories was toot outI little feet were bare We had no shady garden spot nor any pure sweet air nut now were very happy and play In piles of sand end run about and laugh and shout and svlng to beat the band We play at Jacky Horner and can even climb a tree Since the city made a corner of the ptb lie garden free v So we plead with every city in an this great big land To take a little flitand a little pile of sand And make a shady corner free in public gardens gay Where little children such as we can have a place to play Heloiso Souls in Springfield Repub lican A HUMAN GIBRALTAR The Story That Is Told of the English Colonel Burnaby- In the biography of Colonel Fred Burnaby there is a characteristic Story told by his friend Lord Binning of that soldier of herculean frame and reckless courage Tye were engaged In a football match on the green inside Windsor cavalry barracks and the verandas were crowded with onlookers as the colonel dressed for London in frock coat and tall hat with a cigar in his mouth came out of the officers quarters and proceeded slowly across a corner of the ground apparently oblivious of the fact that a match was inJprogress at the time At this mom our fullback a gigantic Yorkshircmas named Bates who must have weighed nearer fifteen than fourteen stone charging impetuously for dashed full into Burnaby The Impacti was terrific but while the Yorkshire man hurled backward by the shock as though he had collided with a moun tain lay gasping on the ground neither Burnabys hat nor the angle of Ms cigar was in the smallest degree dis turbed In fact he scarcely seemed to realize that a colHaioa had taken place When he did so he removed his cigar from his mouth and with his pleasant smile said Dear me I do hope I am not interfering with the j game The shout of delight which went up from the verandas thing to remember wasI Charles P Taft Visits f PITaftMifcs Louise arrived here and were i met at the station by the president elect and Mrs Taft They expect to remain Here until the presidentelect leaves for Panama At thattime the C P Taft family may go to Cuba though their plans are sd not to lie ItrioVingthan moving burglars I A tramp colony with nefeody J It would be worth keeping upa a scare j crow Vv j v + J VC 1 I tt t r t CANADIANS TO BUY- KENTUCKY STALLION G rettWilson Told to Go as High as 2500 Says Montreal V Special OTTAWA Ont Jan IV Discuss ling the sale ofr thoroughbred horses Naltional treal dispatch tonight says that Gar rett Wilson a wellknown turfman of Lexington Kentucky has been commissioned to buy a Kentucky stallion for the Canadian Bureau He has been told to go as high as 2500 All ofwhich goes to show what horsemen think of the bureau It is good SelfRespect to foster anything that breeds selfrespect It is not conceit which is vanity but rather a respect for the divinity of man t j f l r 4 r i t I l INDIVIDUAL Schema For Organization to Promote Public Improvements Hsw far the individual is responsible fer an unkempt weed grown village er town is told by a writer in the Los Angeles Times who says Every res ident of these down at the heel places to be blamed for the slovenly a- ppraace of the community in general unless he has done all in his power to better these deplorable con Htkms first by tidying up his own pcemises and secondly by endeavor ing to enlist the cooperation of all hh fellow citizens in a general elennui improvement Get a few people inter ested and have a committee cull n public meeting made attractive by r spicy programme Have the entertainment close with a brief pointed tall oa the need and benefits of an improve ment society Provide a constitution like the following and urge all to Join before leaving the room FtraL This organization shall be called the Improvement association iSecMML Xbe objects of the association aane Cultivate public sentiment In farar impto + ing and eautiryiag t- he1slt and iBrrouodinga jaf =r z f i r t n NEPHEW OF BRADLEY ia ADJUDGED INSANE SOMERSET Kyt Jan12DiSamuel Scott one of the most prom ulltainsland0 Bradley was adjudged insane and taken to the Central Asyljim at Lake tragicIrangement of his mind He is about 40 years old and a brother of Ethelbert Scott who was killed in the Capitol Hotel at Frank fort by Col David G Colson of Mid dlesboro Colsons and Scott as sol diers had trouble at Anniston Alabama and when they met at Frank fort later the bloody fight ensued in which two bystanders were also kill praeticiueIlaw JiJ tCh IaH For F aNewSri1 Beginning Shortly in TKe News RESPONSIBILITY aoiaetMng te ef and to eiiuuu u piOioiei x Imato manner the best development of it whole community Third The payment of shall con- Stitute membership during the then cur rent year of the association FourthA board of directors of three from each ward shall be elected by bal lot at this meeting and at each annual meeting thereafter They shall consti tute an executive committee who shall have the general control and manage ment of the affairs of the association They shall elect by ballot a president three vice presidents a secretary and n treasurer and the appointment of committees by the president shall be subIject to their approval Tho secretary and treasurer shall be ex members of the board of directors FifthNo debt shall be contracted b the board of directors beyond the amoun of available means within their control and no member of the association shall be liable for any debt of the association beyond the amount of his or her subscription Sixth This section specifies the dat of the annual meeting rules for called meetings and of quorums Seventh This constitution may be amended at any meeting of the associa Lion provided said amendment shall have been included In the published call for the meeting ID notAttempt too much simply be cause yotl get a goodly m mbershlj workI r Bush has them t GAS HEATERSAND RANGESe FAVORITE STOVES BEST in the World BUSH ontheCorner WINCHESTER AILOKBN i COMPANY M 6 C H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY irp N1Thu S faggot v nri KOoS CALL ON NELSON 9 The Transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 3f9- Not Improbable I dont know How true it is said the Irishman but they tell me that the dime museum bearded lady just died and left a wife and four children bI f YIl CoiteigM Transfer an j Ice r0 Ij Crating Handling and Hauling Furniture Pianos Etc a Specialty PhonesICALL AT OUR OFFICE AND GET YOUR CALENDARSFOR JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY SIMPSON BUILDING Over Artis Turnbulls Store and when the members have been well tried you will know just how many live public spirited citizens you have to depend upon for active support Do not scatter your work but thoroughly finish each job as you unc rtake it so that no complaint may justly be made as to the permanent value of the task accomplished Real estate values will soon increase and when I is seen that the material interests of all may be benefited you will find a goodly num ber of zealous workers Almost before you are under full steam the town will begin to grow and your harvest is at hand rEVery era has its onthespot re porter so there must have been a Robert Louis Stevenson or hider Haggard or Kipling next to or among the spectacular Night RidersI Doubtless Castro chuckles over thee prospect that the Dutch will fight his countrymen to a irazzle making it easy for him to climb to power on the ruins Germany will have submarines and airships In her next war evidently In tending first to blow up the enemy then wit down on the ruins l f 5 4I HAC3AIM 6AS AND- ASOLtNE 4 a Enqincs 1 SIMPLEtELIABLE I ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES i HAGAr GAS ENGINE MFG CO rncoaroxArsad 4 WINCH ESTER KY B i GILBBTBOTTO SEE FOR i I Fresh blc StFish g Produce BOTH PIIONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK EZJ t tr c ITH frlin n p ry sr 01 v own Jar diel ihfl bach y o who stcvs sin fee signs ct r revacclypll v lea bit when I rv 3 for n nice bunch of lovely brown curls and have to pick tim out of these too it isnt fair io you think it isS jDB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Casiilt THE Clark County National Bank MAIN STREET Nineheatetr Ksntdicy Capital 20OOOO Surplue 100000Undivided F rnflt 3SOOO ++ Organised tHtI icing the oldest Beat IB ihecifc Collections made on all points and your ae our tliclted f t PROFESSIONAL CARDS jouirrr JOUETT J Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky Jlf JM STrrISON t Mtorney At Law 60 S Main Z WinchestetKya BECKNER BECKNER rt Attorneys At LawI t Winchester Ky i PENDLETON EbL H BUSH Attorneys At Law J 60 S Man St Winches r Ky ft DR W C WORTilRGTOH Office hours 10 to 12 a m2 toJ pMtu and 7 to 8 p m ea ultlHi IS 51side ce 3lSPit h1ainrSt Winchester yI4Sk t r r t l i 1 t j T t2 t7 iftr tiv f 1 CI Lr THWINCHESTER NEWSJ PtIIM GRAFTING WAX r How It Is Made from Resin Beeswax and Tallow The best grafting war is made from four arts of resin two parts beeswax and one part tallow all by weight melted together over a rather slow fire in an iron vessel of some kind The resin is melted first then the beeswax is added and subsequently the tallow The ingredients are gently stirred with a small stick and thor oughly incorporated This will take from twenty minutes to half an hour being careful In the meantime to avoid burning the fluid When prop erly mixed a convenient portionnott- oo much is poured into a bucket of cold water In a minute or less it will be cooled sufficiently to be lifted out with the hand and pulled like taffy The hands must b e kept mod erately greased with tallow to pre vent sticking When the wax is pulled until it becomes pale yellow it has been worked sufficiently and may be made into rolls of convenient size three pr four inches long by about an inch in diameterandplaced in an other vessel of cold water to harden More of the melted material is to be poured into the cold water from time tQ time and treated as before until 4 the whole is worked up The rolls when they become hard as they soon 1 will are to be put away until re quired in grafting This wax when applied to the trees will not crack in cold weather nor melt and rundown in warm weather If the grafting is done in cool weather the may need to lie in warm water waxI time before applying to the grafts order to have it of the proper con sistency to work well if used in warm weather it may need to lie in cold water Care is needed in lifting it out to free it from the water as much t thetgrafts the hands must have a littlevery littletallow to prevent the wax from sticking to them This requires judgment for if the hands are too I greasy thewax will not adhere prop erly to the cut surfaces of thegrafts- It should be pressed closelyEx change iWILD CARROT A Plant Which Will Cause Trouble If It Gets a Start The wild carrot is a weed that will cause considerable trouble unless it is The Plant held in check It sari be destroyed I either by going over the ground with a spud and cutting the plant off below the ground or by cultivation in the case of fields that are badly infested The wild carrot is easily distinguished by the umbrellalike flower head and the slender branching stalks I with fine and narrow leaves The ac companying illustration taken from the Farmers Review will help our readers identify this pestiferous plant DIPPING NURSERY STOCK It Must Be Done with Care So as Not to injure Plants Dipping nursery stock in limesul phur wash or other insecticides has recently been much advocated as a isubstitute for fumigation with hydro cyanic acid gas The New York ex periment station at Geneva finds how ever that this treatment if used at all must be handled with care to secure scale destruction without injuring the trees With the sulphur wash exposure of the trees for too long a time oilat too high temperature resulted in injury while with any of the materials used exposure of the roots to the mixture resulted in serious injury to thfstock For nurserymen the recommends fumiga tion as most effective and least liable yto injury and would advise orchajd Ists to use the limesulphur as a spray after the trees are set rather than as a dip when they are received ORCHARD AND FARMER When a meadow becomes infested with wireworms it is time to turn un der the sod and put the field into something else for a year or two Many farmers consider their orchards as strictly a side issue If they would give the trees proper attention they would derive a good profit Solanum nigrum a of the nightshade family is used in parts of the northwest as food It is variously called garden huckleberry and pie berry rrof Paddock of Colorado foundtl1 r kobu f i i TROUBLES OF A HOSTESS A Welsh Rabbit That Was Not All to the Good The chafing dish Is a great promoter of sociability they claim but there is a girl in this town who would rather be unsociable than to have to resort to any such means of encouraging friendly intercourse again She 4las tried the chafhig dish and doesnt be lieve In it- Always right awa as soon as a girl gets a new chafing dish she wants all her friends to just run in some evening for aJ little chafing dish sup per you know Do come Well have a rabbit or something Umdont you just love a rabbit I do and its ill nonsense about their keeping one wake Isnt it So of course they came and the girls made the rabbit It was a ycry rabbity rabbit somehow or other but the guests encouraged each other It nH be all right they said It always gets that way you know kind of stringy like but you must stir it more Just wait till it has cooked a little lcnger and it will be just fine insist eJl another but you mustnt stir it Thats what makes it stringy But it got stringy that rabbit didIand it stretched It stretched stretched and stretched Taffy couldnt stretch the way that rabbit stretched When they went to serve it the part that was In the spoon wouldnt sad oodby to the portion of that rabbi that was in the pan and when they went to eat it the rabbit on the fork positively refused to be separated Iron the rabbit on the plates Things began to look hopeless unti one of those guests bethought himself of brilliant Idea Havent you anj anpty spools he said Bring u uur The spools were dispensed and thf PPv guests just wound up that rab bit and ate It off the spools And now they want all others similarly perplex iI to know about this fine scheme for paling with an elastic and refractors Welsh rabbit CLOTHES CLOSET A Convenient Press and How to Built It at Home The most common of all complaints the household is a lack of closet rsoin Here are the directions for building a very serviceable and neat clothes closet at a very small ex cuse also a cut showing plan c Iset Procure two boards soft pine wil uswer nicelyabout fourteen or six pen inches wide by five feet long and wo boards the same width about fcuj ret long The two longer boards arc form the sides of the closet and the shorter ones the bottom arkltcj fter the four have been nailed to Tether in the form of a bo with two pen sides narrow wood sluts arot nailed across one of the sides plac ng them about five inches apart These slats are to hold the clothes HOMEMADE CLOTHES CLOSET looks The number of slats should Jot be over four nor less than three and the top one should be fitted tight ly against the top board When the frame of the closet is com Mete stand it in the corner of your room or against the windowless side There your trunk has taken up so tauch room and been of so little us tad proceed to stain it with a nice lark furniture stain It is well to fol j w the color of the wood in you room or a clear white is very good hough it soils easily After the stain dry put in the hooks then across e front stretch a curtain of cretonne r some dark soft cotton stuff striped r figured in pretty colors If you wish use a pole and rings for the cur tain you may do so but you will find better to run the curtain on a wire is It prevents a particle of dust from vetting in the closet whereas a cur tin on pole and rings hangs so loosely ant dust is liable to be found annoying Hemming Table Linen Tablecloths and napkins usually are Irishod with a French hem A French ism Is made by first turning an ordi nary hemthat Is turn one fold and hen turn it over a second time When rho hem has been turned turn it back on itself so that the right side of the jcrn lies upon the right side of the natertal and top sew the edges In ther words sew over and over When his Is finished spreaxl out the hem mid crease it flat This forms a much jtronger hem than the ordinary onpI rowed with the usual hemming Only the raw edges of table linen liouid be hemmed and the hem on fie napkin should be as narrow as it In possible to turn it that is about n14Ighth of an Inch wide dy CONCEITS IN GOWNS Kimono Overwaists Promise to Become a Favorite With Women- It would appear a fixed fact that are to make ourselves hideous in tllfII newold tight fitting gowns and waists that destroy all grace and bean ty yet we find quite as many shirt waists and fully as many dresses with the waist line where nature intended Jt to be and many wraps and a few empirefashlonsl1ows tween the empire and the directoire is relaxed so that we may Jind the collar and wide rovers of the lirectoire upon a coat or gown distinctively empire In ray opinion the empire was only the outgrowth of the first named and was carried a little further In many ways particularly the length of the waist So now we may be thankful that good sense will keep us from carrying th empire to the extremes of those days and that it is not probable that women shall go into the streets in all weathers with short sleeves and the necks of the gowns conspicuous by their absence What good would a lit tle scarf do in this rigorous climate or even a fur coat over the bare neck and shoulders I feel that we should beery thankful that low necked gowns are not made obligatory and that we are too sensible a nation to permit our selves to accept the dictation of a few foreign women of shady reputation One thing about the new gowns Is the adoption of sashes drawn about the waist and over the hips to hang in graceful fold down the skirt But with the sash and the peplums and the slashed overskirt It would seem that the women are really ashamed of such very striking costumes and by thosp additions endeavor to hide the shanty drapery which defines the figure so closelyThe kimono overwaist with its guimpe is seen on so masiy of the dresses that it may be called almost a general fashion The waist line is ele rated by means of having corsets which are veritable iron mail stiff and unyielding The waist line to these is lengthened really below the hips and then the skirt is brought up and fastened to thorn in some instances the waist being actually made attached to the corset as though that were a lin ingThe coats are most ungraceful and remind one irresistibly of bugs in the back The capes and long mantles are offered as a sop to those women who detest anything so superlatively ugly as the coats of today with their incrustations of buttons Fortunately the fashions for little girls have not followed the general trend and our little girls may wear ofImit the children full freedom of movement Hats for children are of felt some times beaver and oftener plain The hats for school and every day have a scarf of some kind of ribbon around them but the dress hats are marvels How many yards of ribbon or how many floating plumes are put upon them deponent saith not Hair rib bons have grown considerably smaller and now one sees more often a little bow than a large one and many have dainty little rosettes of baby ribbon held over each temple br an elastic Children are dressed very warmly next the body fleece lined flannels be ing worn the drawers reaching the FOR THE MTTIiE ONES shoe tops Nearly all children now have a doubled bandage attached to the little waist to which drawers are buttoned This keeps the body warm and avoids many colds Children under six years wear white dresses and over six delicate pastel shades Soft material is best and cashmere Is one of the very best with clan plaids next Plaid is and always was and always will be suitable for small children as well as half grown girls It does not show soil so soon as plain goods and even when it is soiled it can be washed when all wooL For older girls there is a long list of Scotia wool goods In stripes and plaids as well as mixtures and plain and bouretted qualities These can be made up Into full suits In the illustration area checked coat and a dress of cash mere dark blue with black castle braid as trimming Some mothers like white stockings others prefer black or dark blue or brown They are now obtainable in fine wool for children In all the colors This fact gives the child comfort when they are worn lIt conjunction with the fleeced drawers The stiff and uncom fortable leggings can then be dlscafd antjtglovesgood and nice as those for the mothers The taste of the mother decides whether the wais is to be with a belt or the whole frock fall from the shoulders belongIto J jTHEW1NCHESTJER i The Best- Advertising 1 i Medium in Clark County Now is the time for the l uptodate business man to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reachithe buyers ofWinchester and Clark county Every week day in the year ov er 1400 homes in this 1 county receive the News And they read it too The management ofthe News before the paper estimatedr satisfactory At the rate the paper is growing Sr 000 will be nearer the mark The Fall and Winter trade is at hand If a Merchant does not do business now he can never hope to do it The Country is waking uplsince 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 re- adTtheNeWs every evening II The people who have t money on theruralroutes flof Clark get the News ev erg morning 1 risv4 THE NEWS t be abreast of Jandfbe times 1 t c WINCHESTER NEWS COUfCOItPOItATD It I H Jf jl F Lt t J I p t7 Ie 11 1 r I e = rTubWINCHESTER Mr J1l r POERS AGREE DI v TO QUIT EARLY lerr Jarmon Will Of3 1 i fcr No ObjectionsRe Shae tM RECESS TODAY tl dtr d Will Jftgcohvene Feb 15 Pass Neccs sstry Legislation and Take Fin adjournment Feb 19Loss pf Rev enues Does NotRequire Immediate AStentipn and Special Commission Can S1ttle Convict problemSen a toriij athburn Loses His Fight Columbus Q Pr3 Following the announceiett ffr committees i TOthtne Louse V6jud senate Republ h i41i leaders reachedan agreement ftr aKy adjournment and also as ttrta dV that Governor TtrnJiarMir WIll poto jectThe pla nGis to ee t dP util Feb 15 a- nt1enndjourn on Feb 19 If car YeC but the plan means there will re nothing done save emergency leg troll i1 A committee1 Including Senators Jl Hers Diivall and Huffman and file peaentativgs Ervin Ritter and iflteis walt upon Governor Ha- nj iidv learned that he probabir wpUltl iot interpose any objection aajburnment in Febr- aiy Because of the governors pur dose to securo the removal if possi Tjile oC the recess appointees of Gov 1sis not believed that Harmon is zirous Ltiiat the legislature remainYong T sesslon v lii response to questions put by ti- governorr e relative to the necessity for imediate legislation he was ld that although the local optic lay hid resulted in a big Cut in t forijiecom contIctcoimmissi o qJrildlnvestigate the question bett tiutn the legislature as a whole There was an exciting debate in the senates when the committee on c mmirttees made its Senator Tbornj Baker of Hamilton county was named as chairman of ifinance committee and this precfpi tiiited rouble Senator Rathburn of JiTefgs county who until a few da ago thought he was an easy wind i Jn fit Contest for this chairmanship theaffipPr obligations to George B Cox Senator Duvai urged postponemej- actiono in confirming the commit ee but this effort was defeated ji s also a minority report from opinmftteeon committees handed b Cuyahogior mmitteeattdgCSenaQr Tuttle of Franklin county yThetI L the 4hjnig The supporters 1341rervqn out through the aid fjCi thesc Democrats Senators Als GillettegRelublicanstytf11g Johont telsnn his made a vote o- fins 19 the rnrnprity report hen It cam to a vote on final pMifrriiiug the committees as list bjr the committee on committees againtiest Bjeatt l Mathers Mendelso- P3iare RathbUrn Tod and Williams M HARMON PROTESTS t Tells Senate What He Thinks of cr cess Appoiritments Cplu busf O J p13 Govern- Harmonn sent a special message ttte senate protesting the cent confirmation of the Harris cess anointments He gives his re ions iri the following language rlnhts message the governor says 5Iy el ctiQnas governor plain rn ant that the eoIlle want a change of r1ininistratloil This can not beIiccpmplrshed by changing the chi Qnlr but he must be freewttliaespecpto eft the other offish whosejselectionis left by law to hi- gttierwiSq he nay preside over the sdminlfjttatlonr but he can not con djoet 4 s9aso be responsible for it Putc and was meant to be kavrto work with Governor Harris jKgjot3s until near the close of my teJm n next governor will have toimnrk with mine and So on indefinite 1 r Tl e outcome is bound to be a 4of jinity and discipline in every ofiEach governor bfe fo lNJ to resort to his power of removal unler conditions likely to lylwrJin ill contentions which tend edit political life and injure tsfre pfbltc interests It is easier to preierve the right system now than tt e to restore it later 1i I feafaph r Breaks Neck Q M O Jan 13Hl- ai1iQ telegraph operator d wtistStA at his home and ittJfty 4l t J rry f i THE MARKrtS1 fCltfCrntfATI 0 Jan 12Re eeipts and shipments of live stock at the Cincinnati Union Stockyards today were Cattle Hogs Sheep ceipts J 146 3120 85 ipments 7 00 307 3427 5 Cattle Active and strong shippers 5255625 extra 635650 but clier steers extra 5756 good to choice 485565 common to fair 350475 heifers extra 550 commonalto 250450 cows extra 44G5eommon to fair 2350j canners 1753 bulls steady bolognas 325390 extra 41 fat bulls 4255 milch cows steady Calves 2550c higher extra cornnmOll and large 5259 Hogs Active packers and but chers 510c higher pigs steady butchersn590 IOstates 350525 common to c1ioice heavy fat sows 450585 extra 590G light shippers 545 585 pigs 110 lbs and less 450 f40 Sheep Strong extra 410425 good to choice 350400 com mon to fair 150325 Lambs Strong extra 715 choice 6505710 tofair 4505635 CHICAGO January 12Favor able eauditionsfor the fall sown crop wheat in this country had a weak toeday Official advices stated that the snow line extends as far southas Texas thus furnishing ample protec lion to the winter wheat crop N a MarketheWHEAT Open High May 1 0578 1 0614 July 9711 9712 Jnergray 00 104 1 Q4s s July 9G1 9Gy2 dept v 93 93 CORN Open Iliirli May 61 6134 July 61017i Sept617s 62 CIoGY 3er8 July 00 61 B G15 8 Sept 00 61 4 G17 PRECEDENTni aasprecin tao be followed in the succes chairasman Republican national com platese Hayward secretary of the committee at its head until the corn meeett eofChairman Corteliou relifc quished his position at the head of hee chairresman That Secretary Hayward will have commitatMr Hitchcock was ascertained here from most reliable authority al t1iede s time RCUVERSUIPn Former Governor and Cincinnati Law yer to Succeed Harmon Cincinnati 0 Jan 13If both ColonRsel Formeorappointre HareStateas Judge Horace who will at the came time accept the res ty LOTS OF TIMBER IN WialsII Last For Many Years to Come ClarIfk rd Mfdisoncouatieo along the Ken lucky river to consume fifty years in getting it out said James Parks a leading lumber man of Ford Ky yes terday Of course the bulk of Kenr tuckys timber output consists of oak fickory and other hardwoods now as most of the poplar has been pac erg oil the market But notwithstand ug this there is nofeAr of Kentucky s nebxt half century Mr Parks was in th Icity the past few davs on business and visited relatives and left for hk home at Forl late yesterday afte noon Besides being one of the trio busi1cs meij of his section nolitieos a great admirer of Prudent boosLo11 yiUe Po J PUBLISHERS FOUND GUILTY J Rockefeller Wins Libel Suit Against New York American New York Jan 13on the ground that the publication of heir names as the responsible heads of the Star Publishing comipany which publishes William R iiearstsNew York Amer ican made them personally liable for libelous matter appearing in tnat newspaper 14Ia strate Moss found S S Carvalho radford Merrill and Edward S Clark guilty of criminally libeling John D Rockefeller Jr andI technically committed them to the Tombs prison On notice that the de fendants would apply for a writ of habeas corpus in order to test th validity of the law the magistrate allowed them to remain in the private reception uTodmvof the prison while thetiounsel Clarence J Shearn went before Justice Davis in the supremercourt and obtained the writr r Find Robbers Loot Lima 0 Jan 13In the arrest James Martin and John Henderso- at DeshlerT where they threatened resistance the authorities here believe they ave apprehended the leaders in the burglary at the James Yoakum place Searching the boxcar loaded with baled hay in which the prisoners were captured Sheriff Van ten found Yoakums purse containin 385 Detectives at the farmhousMfound securities amounting leaving 152 missing ALLEGES SELFDEFENSE Oxford PAttemptsHamilton 0 Jan iZAfter killing his wife Frank Donnelly 56 a Oxford shot himself five times cu his throat and wrists with a razor and walked from Oxford to a distance of 16 miles and is no in Mercy hospital After Donnelly was taken to Metcy hospital he is said to have made a statement to Patrolman James Ca eron to the effect that his wife wi whom he had not been living fort three weeks had sent for him aiid when he entered the house she at tempted to shoot him but he took the revolver from her then shot her and then shot himself after which heI walked to Hamilton Brandegee Succeeds Himself Hartford Conn Jan 13 United States Senator Frank B Brandegee New f London will succeed himself as the junior senator from Connecticut for the full term of six years He was IIofCongressman Ebenezer J Hill Se ator Brandegee won by126 to 111 r TILLMAN NOT THROUGH 8Is Gathering Material For Attack on Roosevelt Washington Jan 13Many peo plearesending me f terial in regard to Roosevelts dark and Crooke- ways and 1 am preparing a speec in which twill try and redeem my promise said Senator Tillman Sffe said he did not know how soon he speechjbutident retired from office Smallpox In Guatemala Washington Jan 13RepresentJcoming here from that a serious outbreak of smallpox has occurred in that country In SCbeen no less than ljOOO cases and Port Barrios is also affected to lesser excepts by the disease A stri quarantine against Guatemala hasv been established by the ports of Belize and Puerto Cortez Spanish Hon duras In the House Washington Jan PWorking with only a small quota of members theI house of representatives devoted its entire time to consideration of th District of Columbia appropriation bill Mr Mann Ill furnished a little diversion for an otherwise dull day by defending the house rules and spavTI Massrinsurgentse Progressmprogress is the tone of the advices received at the state department from William I Buchanan the spec al American commissioner now in Venezuela negotiating with President theY ono governments are to be settled Joan of Arc Canonized Rome Jan 13One of the last ceedings in the beatification of Jo de Arc the ceremony called in Latin Tuto occurred in the presence of the pope and the congress of rightsI of the vatlcantcf J THE MEAT OF IT R V Dmoffsky leader of the Po ish section of the Russian duma h resigned owing to dissensions amo- the Warsaw delegation John Duffy confidential clerk to President Condon of the American Snuff company is under arrest in New York charged with forgeries ag gregating 3000 Twelve tramcars of the American Janeirro were by a mob because the unsatisfactoryAirn npv elist has undergonem operation for a painful bur not serious internal af fectioru tZ jLVE t 1 tt r PAR rs DAyjT i THE CF Y SCHOOLS Rev AM Thomas Makes An Inter esting Talk on David It is to be regretted that more friends and patrons do not visit till City School on Wednesday morning ofeach week The faculty and students of tin High School are more than auxiou that friends of the school should at IligeSchool students Each Wednesday morning there is a musical program a lecture by some citizen and other exercises of a gen eral order Teachers and students especially desire to thank Mrs W A Adams fog givectthenexercises on Parents iY The ad dress by Rev A M Thomas oh Dav idwas a great historical treatany greatly enjoyed by all who were s7 fortunate as to hear the speakeroThe following visitors were present Jonesgr P T Campbell Mr WM Cooper Rev G E CraSton1Rey A M Thomas ASING SHOW AT flUSEtAbaulldwFun and Frolic and Brings Laughter hoistthfareicatcomedJa good time and had a hearty laugh The comedy headed by Miss Elsi Edna Gajrfella assisted by Mr Robert Garnella was all that was expect ed of it abounding in fun and frolic The many grotesque unusual situa tions brpught forth peals of laughter from the appreciative audience Miss Elsie Garnella and Mr Robert comedliup a repreaennt green awkward eastside maid realjMr Robert GarneUa in his role of Dunraven Brown Scored a success and the audience watched with inter 111d1CTOllht nges Miss Lqcnies 3peciajty act of acrobatic toe dancing deserves men pIaIfor going out in the p6ld and snow and paying the price of admission COW SOLD AT VERSAILLES FOR 135 Top Price Paid By Mr S 0 Hedden Tennessee Man Buys 31 MulesctVERSAILLES Ky Jan 13Mr SVO Headers paid the top price f 1 a Jersey cow 35at the Wake fieldWebber sale at the Fat Grounds yesterday morning Mr Charles Sullivan bought five head at good prices PricesnMr John Hall tbe well known farmer of the Nicholasville road sold yesterday morning to A J Yokely of Pulaski Tenn thirty one head of twoyearold mules at a good price They were an extra pnkdoft A HORRIBLE HOLDUP About ten years ago my broth was held up in his work health and happiness by what was believed t be hopeless Consumption writes TV R Lipscomb of Washington N C andobutanfound no help till he used Dr KingV New Discovery and was wholly cure six bottles He is a well man to day Its quick to relieve and thi surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrages Coughs and Colds Bron alllc rigasTrial bottle free Guaranteed By Drug Store The First Presbyterian and Wash ington street tburcbes held joint communion services with tbe Wash ington street congregation Sunday WINCHESTER ROLLER MM LS The oldest and best institution inI the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use honL flourthe endWhiteir THEVERYBEST1Haveany cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other purpose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earth The editor by asking its rreaders to criticise and suggest improve- rnents and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material alit to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social where content and comfort lifeI suprep1eIthat guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase income from his efforts theI motheri1 management of hold affairs practical economy t government of children and other that makes her toil a labor love Chi drens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts o questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in ifeIThe Grand Idea being ComImunitya non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Studen- Pastor Chas T Russell a forcibl- reminder of the spiritual and tern righteousrliving as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but miseryI to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unapt mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best famil Weekly known to them bewriting to theENQUIRER COMPANY1 Cincinnati O LOST jound for sale toi rent ud o irp P tlli r SKITING thnyear in which skating will be enjoyed by all THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE- BLUEGRASS a Broom Ball Game Thursday Night lexington First Team vs- Winchester First Team t J We teach you free if you dp not know how orI between regular sessions AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates lOc EVENING SESSIONS 0 Admission lOc Skates 15c Auditorium CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onehalfcent per word per inser tion 5 cents 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 WANTEDTo take orders for mak pimbales t COLEMAN BROWNING 21SCol Ilcge street Home phone 654 112lmo t eojeIFOR SALEEight shares of PeoV pies State Bank stock Inquire at this office 113tf fSALEI have seven nice En Iglish bull pups for sale at reason prices Bo glad to have you and see them DENNIS DAN IIeall 12 S Highlandr 1116t FOR SALECheap graphophone and about 30 records also large NtY9tfeFOR SALE OR RENT11Yresi CollegeSstreet JI- ter f L MEWAN lG3t pnpIBDGOFF 142L 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 Iphone 289 or ask for list at Phil lips News Stand 146L andIofa house which we thought be longed to us We are exceedingly poor but want to earn our living i 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 t 12 =31 FOR RENT Cottage with gas wat er and bath Corner N Main street and Holly avenue Apply to Mrs C E BUSH 1133L PRIVATE SALEHousehold goods and furnishings MRS A SIMON 15tf WANTED Secondhand bags and burlap any kind any quantity anywhere we pay freight RICH MONO BAG CO Richmond Pa- 122840t FOUND Ladys black belt 0wner can have same by calling at News office and paying for advertise ment 1219tf WANTED Shampooing manicur in massaging Save your comb ngs for braid a rats puffs Call R B Wqpdfords residence Home f hone 2 1moWANT- EDTo take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls and cream candy MISS LUCY COL MAN BROWNING 218 College street Home phone 654 1210lmo SHEEP FOR SALEOn account of bad health Iwill sell 75 good grade ewes due to lamb right away W R TUTTLE Home phone 421 2 rings l76t rEagle Casting Co P WINCHESTER KY i t MANUFACTURERS OF I h Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel l Allurninum Brass and Bronze r 5 Castings of all kinds J IDrawings Specifications and Blue Prints j WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes F G CORNELL I l Genl Managerl I