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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i st 4 win 4Lust Edition r tr WINCHESTER I VOL 11Y0 80 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY 15 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A 1MEEt ICOMMERCIAL CLUB HODS i TAN ENTHUSIASTIC llVnilPttlmb President Bowen Inducted Into Office And Makes Suggestions For The Years WorkEvery Speaker Of The Criticises The Jail find Urges That Ii Be Moved A large and enthusiastic meeting and smoker of the Commercial Club was held Thursday evening at the Circuit Court roomin the court house t The new officers were inducted into office and a consultation as to ways and means for the year was in dulged in Retiring president 11arI tin read his concluding address and President C II Bowen his inaugural I one Other speakers addressed the j meetingIThe following resolutions on theI comity jail were offered and by the club By Mr G W Tomliuson Resolved That it is the sense of this meeting that the directors of the Commercial Club appointa committee to appear before the Fiscal Court and urge upon them the erection of a new jail on some site other than the present one By Mr Lucien Beckner Resolved That the President appoint a committee of ladies to visit the jail and report upon it as a suit able house as a dwelling for the jail or and its habitability as a jail The session convened about 745 The first business was the reading of the minutes by Secretary Beckner The Treasurer Mr R 0 Fitch re ported 146520 collected during last year and 1500 expended The New Officers The new officers inducted into of lee were President C H Bowen Vice President F C Murphy Second Vice President H T L StrotherDirectors Joe R Martin J W r I Chambers L T ATs1ivnrnav J Grubbs C B George W S Duty Jeff Stewart and J T Stokely W E Curry and James H Martin were elected directors in place pf F C Murphy and H S Strother who were chosen First and Second Vice Pres identsMr Martin the retiring President spoke of the things which had been accomplished by the club during the past year He said we had the Y M C A convention here and entertained 500 guests at a magnificent banquet At the beginning of the year we urg ed the membership committee to get busy and that they did so the results show for our membership was more than doubled and at the close of the contest we inaugurated we had more than 400 members The Winchester News v One of the most important matters J seICltred an uptodate one and oue that is hereto stay and is appreciated by our citizenship is eyidenced by the 2000 subscribers which the paper now has It has been a wonderful success not only forour immediate community but it is fast extending 4its subscription list to the mountain counties thus bringing us into daily touchwith our mountain neighbors We feel that this new enterprise is the direct results of the Commercial Club This club met with the promoters of the paper presented the claims of Winchester und surrounding counties f urged them to launch the paper and many of our members subscribed for stock More should do so City Garbage Wagon The city garbage wagon was an other result of the Commercial Club t agitation and it is useless for me to tell you how well pleased the city is with this new arrangement for daily v disposal of our garbage The Commercial Club had two representatives before the Committee on A r Grounds and Public Buildings in- representativesbmet with the subcommittee and pre- sentedt the claims of Winchester for- K an additional appropriation and as a result our appropriation was increas ed from 4500000 to 7000000 We do not mean to say that the Commer cial Club was wholly instrumental in securing this additional appropriation but we do mean to say that we save all the assistance that was requested of us by our Congressmen and other oni4- l r LARGEST CIRCULATION IN Att LARK COUNTY THE WINCHESTER t NEWS Grounds and Public Buildings Marble Plant During the year the marble plant has been located in our midst and in August we entertained the Heads of Houses of Louisville The Equity Society which was the result of our Commercial Clubs efforts to locate them here has been a great factor in the success of Winchester for the past year or so It made the largest the11ordfew Commercial Clubs can boast We have 30000 loaned out at in terest Thanks the Club In conclusion I wish to thank this club for the honor which they con ferrecl upon me by electing me the president of this organization I can assure you that it was a compliment which I highly appreciated I have tried to do my duty and if I have failed in anything it cannot be at tributed to a lack of desire on my part I also wish to thank the di rectors and the other working mem bers of the club for the hearty sup port which thev have given me andI the willingness which they have dis played at all times to lend a helping hand whenever called upon With itch men connected with this organi zation we are bound to advance and to tie in fact Greater Winchester Introduces New President President Martin then appointed Messrs Van Meter and Chambers to escort his successor to the chair which they did amid applause Mr Bowen then read his inaugural address which was received with much applause and which will be foliuu in full belowUnity of Purpose President Bowen then introduced r Mr J Harry Allan who spoke on Unity of Purpose Mr Allen said in partWe should all unite in boosting our own development The presi dent of one of the largest brick concerns in the Middle States said withIKentuekians independent that there was no unity of purpose that often times in their independence they forget their loyal ty to their own people No business organization can ex ist today unless people work in har haveIfailedyears pur pose You all can remember some We should cultivate unity We find it hard to allow one man to dominate a meeting or a business even if it is for the common good- Y should all strive together to buildup the commercial life of Win chester There has been far more unity than ever before in the last four or five years andwe should still further cultivate it There are plenty ofresources Let us build on solid ground Mr Allan remarks were received with much applause and seemed to strike the right key- Winchester The City The president then introduced Mr B R Jouett who spoke on Winches ter the City Mr Jouett said in part I should like to call attention to a few things to show the wonderful growth of our city in a short time I am not so very old but still I can remember when there was not a single house beyond Mr Nels Bush an when there was a pond in front o Mr Rand Robinson I hunted squir rels where Mri W R Thomas house now stands and ball on the site of Judge Bentons There no pavement in my boyhood beyon- the Presbyterian church and there used to be a lumber yard where th Catholic church now stands Position of the City Now where does Winchester stand The Kentucky Handbook shows that she is the tenth city in the Commonwealth in population In the value of the raw material to be used in manufacturing Winchester j s 7M9ICOPYaiGKY i0o BY tt tTHEODORE E BURTON OHIOS SENATOR ELECT Theodore E Burton the Ohio senator elect is a product of the Western Reserve and probably has a larger personal acquaintance in the state than any other rasa He prides himself on the fact that he can call more men In Cleveland by their first names than any one else in the city He tins a keen sense of humor and can tell a story With the best story tellers He is long lean and rugged but his face is kindly open and impressive of candor und dignity and Clark county stand third It is only surpassed by Jefferson where Louisville is and Boyd with Ashland We are several thousand ahead of Fayette In manufactured articles it is again third in the same order easily surpassing Coviugtonj Paducah New port and oth r cit tlesDo it Ourselves But to manufacturers we must do it ourselves We cannot none to bring a prosperous concern here and we do not want a failure Look what our own people have done in the last few years The Hagan Gas Engine Company known all over the world The Winchester Brick Company known thorugh the Middle West The Eagle Casting Company the Overall factory and others We have now letters from several people who want to establish a furniture factory here The towns around us are walling up They have taken the constitution from Commercial Club as a model and have all formed clubs of their own It is time that we hustled and hus tled as we never did before The Quartette Sings The Winchester quartette then sang for the club and were so vigorously encored that they were compelled to respond twice As I See Winchester Mr W A Beatty then spoke on As I see Winchester He said in partIn looking at the good side of our city we are apt to forget the other In dreaming of what we are going to be we forget the Dresent We have bad streets and worse pavements In the past few days the sidewalks have been nearly impass ible with the slush and snow on them While we have the hustle of a western town and the desire to up build our city we have not the same civic pride We are too wellsatis fied Avjth things as they are I have been through the country- a good deal and have seen many Western and Northern cities of the same size as Winchester and0 prac tically every one of them surpass us in good streets and well kept pave ments Voted For Sewers We have voted an issue of bonds themdWef should do the same for our streets They are for our selves and for posterity and posterity should help to pay for them Move the Jail shoulddmove present jail I have not talkedewith many ladies and gentlementwho visited it after the Court View Hotel fire and they are unanimously of the opinion that it is a disgrace to the county But it is in the wrong situation As the town grows more rooms for stores around the court house will be needed and this is the section to im- F isIsites will illustrate the view people take of the situation of the jail The main he said of olacing the government building near the postofiice is that hundreds of men women and children will be compelled to pass to and fro in front of the jail every day Then we should extend S Court street through to Maple Business will not locate one blind street and weshouldwidetili4iClevelanafrom Court to Lexington We can make maUe these improvements now better than later Wlifen a person seeking a position goes jjto the merchant he has little- rhance of getting it if he looks shabby and down at the heel jSo with a city If we are uprtodate clean bright well cared for we will get moneved men to come There and will attract them The next ten or twenty years will see a wonderful development in the mountains and we are in the situa tion to take advantage ot it And if AC are progressive Find uptodate we get far more out of that develop ment than ifwe lag behind the times Some Needed Improvements Mr D L Pendleton made an inter esting and very thoughful talk on civic needs We should have pride in our city but we should not let that pride stand in the way of civic im provement I have jotted down a few of the things really need Let me give them to you 1 Paved streets v 2 Sewers 3 City Hall 4 Land E new depot 5 Y M C A new gymnasium C City Hospital 7 Public Library 9 Garage yv pV It 4 Mi Pendleton commented on each in turn and pointed oujtr its necessity He impressed on alLthe needof beau tifying the city What Winchester laeks more than aught else is uni formity in street improvement the doing away with steps in the side walk the establishment ofa curb linethe planting of shade trees We should remove the fences in front of our lots We should have public places parks and statuaiy niouu ments more land for school play wounds Main street widened pav ed and made attractive Andabove all else move the jail Mr Chas Hagaii says Mr Pen dleton missed his guess m one re spect in not knowing that he had already established a garage in Win chesterI Advertising City Judge Beckner spoke on Adverbs ing a City and the great work th newspapers and particularly the Winchester News was doing in advertising and making known the city The Judge spoke entertainingly of his coming here 44 years ago when there liltlf fit i I y r CAliFORNIA IS EINGDELUGEDTo- rrential Rain Prevails Throughout the StateAII Rivers Rise Rapidly San Francisco Jan 15 Floods1 in the river valleys and landslides in I the mountains are threatened as the result of the rainstrm now prevailing throughout the state The Sacra mento American Feather Yuba San Joaquin Kings and Salinas rivers are rising and it is expected that the Sacramento and American will reach the flood stage before night At Folsom the American is now up to the danger point A gold dredger valued at 150000 was wrecked and will be a total loss The weather bu reau has warned the people of Stock ton that there is grave danger to that city from the San Joaquin river and the Mormon slough The latter which carries a great quantity of water broke through the levees above the town of Linden and has spread over a vast extent of territory At Kennel in the northern part pf the state over six inches of rain has fallen in the last 24 hours and at Blue Canon seven inches has been recorded Workmen on the Western Pacific report that the entire section is a sea of water Snow is falling heavily in the Sierras and the Yo semite valley has been temporarily closed to touristsi PROMINENT mi ARRESTED Are Accused of Tampering With Rinehart Jury Pittsburg Pa Jan 15 George W Worley brotherinlaw of J B F Rinehart accused of wrecking the Farmers and Drovers Natonal bank of Waynesburg Pa whose catee is being deli erated upon hv a jury and James L Smith a prominent busi ness man of Waynesburg were arrested by TJnited States secret ser vice operatives on a charge of a tempting to tamper with a jury Case Has Tearful Ending Pittsburg Jan I5The trial of J B F Rinehart accused of wrecking the Farmers and Drovers National bank of Waynesburg Pa came to a tearful close Rinehart cried piteous ly as Attorney fS Anderson pleaded with the jury to consider his in tent which the attorney urged was to serve the best interests of the bank in the commission of acts upon which the charges are based- CARMICUAEI JYAS INSANE Physicians Find Serious Defects In Murderers Brain Detroit Mich Jan 15The brain of Rev John H Carmichael who kill ed Gideon Browning in the Rattle Run church and committed suicide at Carthage IlL was examined by four physicians At the conclusion of the autopsy the physicians stated that they had found unmistakable evi dence of insanity Rev Carmichaels funeral was held today at Romulus Mich in the Meth odist church Rev C B Steele pre siding elder of the Port Huron dis trict officiating were but 500 people here and how we had secured turnpikes and rail roads and other Improvements- Let the people know what we have here and there is no hotter way of doing this than through our daily paper Mr Ed Smith Explains Mr Ed Smith tried to make ex planation about the refreshments but got so tangled up that lie brought down the house Mr John E Garner was calledon for a speech andmade one of his characteristic one greatly to the de light of his audience The Presidents Address The president Mr C H B wens inaugural address is as follows Gentlemen and members of the Com mercial Club In this day every man must do his part Everyone must learn sooner or later that ft is best to be connect ed only with those things that are worthwhile To be a member of this Commercial Club is worth while and to be its president is an honor I appreciate the honor and confidence shown in my election I do not Ipok upon the office as one merely to be held in pride but to be filled with my best efforts to make this years work Theenew year comes auspiciously for bus mess financial conditions were lever better Harvests last year were abundant Continuedi g e ifoi Tj r i rt1SWEATHER Threatening Rain tonight 1 and Tomorrow JANUARY Evening disadvantage pllffl READYTI TO GREET- Will W Eat Possum at Banquet Friday J Night Whole City Jn JHubbub 7 j Atlanta Ga J i 15Never In fhi history of Atlanta not even In ther halcyon times before the war has the city seen a day ce today From the aristocratic precincts of Peach tree street to the hack districts where the negroes huddle together in their little shanties the city is astir with excitement over the coming here today of President elcct William H Taft who will be the citys guest for 24 hours The fact that he is a Ita publican and as such at variance with the majority of Atlantas citizens Is lost sight of in the universal feeling that today Atlanta has an opportunity of showing that the famous southern hospitality has not been overrated Gathered at the railroad station to meet Mr Taft on his arrival from Augusta will be the retiring governor of Georgia Hoke Smith anJ the gor ernorelect Joseph M Grown th1 mayor of the city Robert F Maddox President Candler of tne chamber oft commerce which body will dine Mrv Taft tonight and a host of other dis tiognished southerners This after Loom will see a continuous series of receptions for the guest of honor Only one thing mars the occasion In the opinion of Atlantans That Is the absence of Mrs Taft for whom the ladies of Atlanta had planned a warm reception until it was announced with regret by the presidentelect that a previous engagement with their son at Yale would prevent her coming herePossum and Taters on the Menu The climax of Atlantas attentions to Mr Taft will come tonight at the chamber of commerce banquet Six hundred and fifty others will sit doWn to dine with the presidentelect na menu composed mainly of famous southern delicacies The piece de resistance will be baked opossum with baked sweet potatoes on the right ot Whimop the left of him under him and POSunicwas included in the bill of fare at vMr Tafti jeauest Mr Taft is byrepute a good trench erman and has dined on mst of they good things that the various section of the earth have to offer But he has never tastea say the famous Atlanta gourmets anything to equal the 24 pound possuma record breaker for weight by the waythat will face him tonight Hundreds of other possums will feed the other guests Leading up to the possum and ta ters there will be the renowned Brunswick stew and to wash the dishes down there will oe gallons and gallons of simmon beer a strictly temperance drink brewed from the famous but slightly acid persimmon If Mr Tafts portly form rises from the tabls with ease tonight whew he begins his address Atlantas chef will be in for a bad time Splendid Dining Hall The banquet will be held in the new Armory auditorium The dining halt has been turned into a grand symphony of color Behind the speakers table which is to be about 70 feet long and which win be placed against the wall there will be festooned a X11 gigantic United States flag made up of ferns flowers and electric lights The stars in the flag will bi made of white electric lights and the other colors furnished in the same wayt while the whole wilt be artistically blended with the choicest ot not house flowers The lights will so rise and fall as to give the appearance that the flag is waving At a given signal what appears iff be a part of this waving flag will drop and there will be exposed to the din ers facing the speakers table a piC- ture of Mr Taft alone in lights and flowers This will be the background The same idea of the flag will be car ried out in the speakers table and the guest table The guest table will be the base ot the flag on which the lights will be so arranged as to form the stars and r background Leading away from It at right angles will be nine tables with their white napery making the white stripes and row after row of Ameri can Beauty roses forming the red and completing the floral picture of the stars and stripes The auditorium Is to be decorated until it appears a bower of fragrant flowers The committee in charge hiiwrf spared no expense in making the X quet the most artistic affaireverb in the southr 7 Statehood Prospects Bright1 V Washington Jan 15 Arizona ad New Mexico arE In a fair way job come fullfledged states during the present session of congress It was learned that the house committee on territories Is to take up the state hood measures In the Immediate iw ture I 1 J rJ T as2 r i THE WINCHESTER NEWS r t 1 Rr 1r 19O9I ONJ TUB WED THU Flu SATs i 4569r3ft-j11 12 J r 14 1 i is 10 ao sites ssfelk 242526272S2950 31 1 RElY HOMf PRODUCTS 1iow a California City Set the Pace For All Towns BOOSTING LOCAL ENTERPRISE r Campaign of Purchasing and Praising Goods Made at Home Proves a Won dcrful SuccessIdea Applicable Here r Anywhere In November I had the privilege of pending a week in a city which has Developed beyond most other places in the United States the spirit of loy alty to home industries Every town 4n this country large or little may profit by the example of the city men owed which is none other than Los Angeles Cal nowI3s the slogan of that city Perhaps Dever before has such an Impetus been given to the home trade movement and such a jolt handed out to the mail order octopus as resulted from the proceedings of the one week i mention It was called prosperity week As a student of local develop- mentp anywhere and everywhere the writer watched people and witnessed performances in that city during pros perity week with perhaps more than the average interest It is because he believes that every townthis that and the other townmay profit by the example of Los Angeles that he writes briefly here of the doings in that city In the first place it may be said that prosperity week was the idea of a bright young business woman Miss Frances Holmes speIclatries buy goods made at home give the mall order catalogue the goby for the time being and discover what was to be discovered Everybody cooper atedthat is everybody but the mail order folks whO looked askance But their opposition was not a drop inI the ocean The city chamber of com coerce got to work adopted the slogan Buy and boost home products had it wrought into a design copyrighted the design printed it by the thou jMDds and distributed it to merchants manufacturers and individuals Buy snd boost home products you may well believe was as popular for the week as the latest catchy song from the cpmic play at the opera house Everybody bought and boosted And lt was surprising to observe how many Ihome products there were to buy and boost Every local manufacturer from automobiles to corkscrews saw that Cliis products received proper displays flCvery one who made anything for the market made the fact known to his neighbors many of whom never had Jspectedthat such an enterprise was ilii their midst For instance they had been putting various kinds of pic Jdea In their mist for many years bought outside but they discovered 4ocal pickle factories with just as j3 lJy varieties and just as good pic- 1de The same fact held as to crack an breakfast foods steam engines iJtQ cans post cards and right here let Vie relate an amusing thing MrAngeles hotel had spent much t DeY mote Ime and its entire stock plcJpture cards made in Germany where 1f was slip posed all the picture cards came from Germany sa long shot irom California and If fakes more tinae and money to get post cards feMde there than The average citizen during1oljMJoepeJrlty week discovered that he cettl get his cards made just as beau pricetteifeeiderably lower and much more JMbfjf t factorily as to time r JtF T y k There whs uuring the week a big buy and boost parade It was four miles long Everything In line was homemade produced right there The people rubbed their eyes in amazement They were just waking up from a long sleep They had discovered that their neighbors were manufactur ing a great many of the things required In every household and by every person They bought and boost edThe local merchants each made elab orate window displays of home prod ucts Here and there and everywhere were the copyrighted buy and bpost cards At the end of the week scores of merchants declared that their sales had been augmented to an extent they could not have predicted without being called visionary They said that it had been made evident that people really prefer to buy home products if they know such goods are to be hid and they are confident that hereafter the sales of such articles will be much larger than in the past The manufacturers big and little are jubilant The city Is swelled up to use a phrase that is expressive if not elegant Pride In home products home enterprise home development has received such an inflation that the swelling up is as plainly to be see J as is the expansion of a balloon when the gas is pumped Into the limp silken bag But there is no hot air or gaseous expansion in this local pride It is a permanent proposition to be reckoned with in dollars and cents for the town Wherein it happens to be on tap There is an excellent and salutary hint in all this for any town in Ameri ca that wants to Improve and advance in prosperity Why dont you re solve from this time forward to buy and boost your own home products Try it as a systematic procedure and find out just how much you can help your town nd your neighbors and in cidentally yourself It Is worth while nOBERTUS LOVE Brain and Muscle According to Miss Loane the author of From Their Point of View more men are tramps and more women are miserable housewives if married or underpaid slaves if single because they cannot or will not use their brain power than because they are too lazy for hard bodily labor The amount of purely unintellectual drudgery dimin ishes every year and the demand for intelligent workers increases The author had one woman patient a worker among London poor a chron ic sufferer who managed to keep house and children in far more perfect order than vigorous neighbors always scrubbing and scouring She was once asked how she contrived to do this and she replied I makes my mind do three parts of it It isnt so much what I does but what I stops from having did The Latest Fad The latest fad for serving after din ner coffee is the individual percolator of copper nickel or brass with tray and screen The set costs 6 The steaming miniature coffee maker has a lamp which is lighted by the guest after the trays are brought to the table Armadillo Fern Baskets What appears to be new in the line of flower baskets is the armadillo shell sold by florists The armadillos hard shell cover when polished makes a very fine fern basket The tail of the animal is run over to the long snout and fixed in it so that it makes a han dleFilled with ferns these baskets now appear In the windows of many flor ists Furthermore they have given a considerable fillip to the study of natural history as far as finding out what armadillos are especially among the small children who see them displayed n t TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound So 26 Daily Ex Sunday 843 a m Xb 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Ex Sunday 630 in No 24 Daily 925p 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 438p m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CincinnatiRnoxvillev lo cal 10 00 a miNo 33CincinnatiJacksonvU h limited 1057 a m No 9 Maysville Stanford local with Cincinnati conection at Parr arrives at 6 32 departs at 33 pm No 31CincinnatiAtlanta unites 1123 p m Northbound No 34 AtlantaCincinnati limitei 506 a m No StanfordMaysville lOCH conecting at Paris for Gincimmt 723 a m No 38 KnoxvilleCincinnati cal arrives 2 50 irNo JacksonvilleCincinnai limited 5 45 pp All of these trains will stop at Winchester also are all daily excep Nos 9 and 10 which are daily 6 cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY Ci Time Card in EffectJune 21 190 East Bound No 2 No Daily 0a- iprStations A JY Lexington 1225 7 Winchester 13 05I 8lf L E Junction 82i Clay City 350 111 Stanton 3oS Campton Junction 430 19 Natural Bridge 435 0 Torrent 447 0 Beattyville June 510 110 Athol 537 10 0 K Junction 005 jll Jackson 610 11 INolINo3N J VestboundjDailY1bailY iii Uu AMI PMJAV v Jackson 610 220 7i 0 K June 615 225 7 211Beattyville b 7 t 35518Campton Stanton 815 Clay City 8 25 426I J L IL June 00 Winchester 19 12 5 20 D ArLexin ton 55 6 051 l THE FOLLOWING CONNECTION ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos and 3 will make connection with tl C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrains Nos 2 3 and 4 will connect with Mountain Central Ry for passengc to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains N- and u 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K Junction Trains Nos and 4 will connect with the 0 Railway for Cannel City Kv ai way stationsW MDOWELL Gen l b CHAS SCOTT G P A17t The Politicians Ideal In the opinion of the average pcB clan the ideal form of govern e would be one under which everybcd could have a public office PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS Hundreds of orphans have bee helped by the President of The Indus trial and Orphans Home at Mayor Ga who writes We have use Electric Bitters in this Institution fo nine years It has proved a most ex cellent medicine for Stomach Live and Kidney troubles We regard i as one of the best family medicine on earth It invigorates the vita organs purifies the blood aids di gestion creates appetite T strengthen and buildup thin pall weak children or rundown people i has no equal Best for female complaints Only 50c at Phillips Dm Store To Preserve Historic BattleShip Nelsons flagship Victory almost th last relic of the great naval wars to be rerigged repainted and lis riea ly as possible restored to the cond tion in which she gloriously led th port column of the British fleet int battle at Trafalga- rTHENEWSrbYmaIj3 a year t r I i f rJ 10S f J ibI p irj tfi It I- In e I I t ilJOB PRINTING4- a Our Plant is equipped with the latest fay cilities to turn out the best of Job Work V I Our Business has increased materially in the past month It is growing fsteadily from day to day People 5 p who never patronized this office bet i fore are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small topre- vent our giving it the very best of attention J N We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of and Jobs are turned out of this office the day they ateproms ised There is no irritating delay We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars r Folders and all kinds of bound andI folded work Lawyers Briefs can be set as expes ditiously and cheaply as in any past 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 againt J TH- EWINCHESTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St Winchester IIOB PRINTIN Y 2 I t 1 i r y i 4 Jo b P r II n t I k nII e t I ry r yw I f I It isr r fir J 4rt 4 THE NCHESTER NEWS Pa T COMMERCIAL CLUB Continued from page one EverywhereIProsperity is apparent eYery here As a direct testimony to the pros perity of the people the holiday business during Christmas season was the greatest the country has ever seen I believe business will continue to approach normal conditions For some months there has been a slow but steady return to prosperity which has been quickened by the results of the recent large sales of tobacco by the Equity society What we are looking for now is a speedy resumption of business which we cannot ext pect until the money is paid or a large growerrwhich should be done at the earliest possible moment A great deal depends upon the coming crop When it is ascertained sometime next sum mer that good crops are assured at that time we may look for a great increase in all lines Good Christmas Trade Locally the stores have enjoyed a good Christmas business Both passenger and freight traffic has shown an increase over last year which means that more people are riding and more industries are ac tive While to some perhaps the gain throughout this year has not been good as hoped when one looks back to a year ago today with its not altogether encouraging outlook we all must feel thankful and pleas ed with the great advance and progress which everyone will admit has been achieved The Commercial Club J has done a great work for this city and can and will do more A Model For Outside In one of the speeches at the ban quet given by the Lexington Com mercial Club this club was mentioned as a model which in just one instance shows how we stand outside Winchester is one of the best known little cities in the world but I believe it should be better known and better advertised The different committees should do all in their power to advertise it Funds to Advertise The Press Committee should be furnished with funds that will enable adt1 notice that sole of the Southern States are putting in whole pages of advertising of their cities in the Chi qago and New York dailies and IT5e lieve it would be well for Winchesters club to do the same The Finance Committee should de vise some plan to raise permanent fund that the club can have to work on during the year by taking sub scriptions or donations or it may be necessary to raise the dues Entertainment Committee I think it might be a good plan for the Entertainment Committee instead of having the regular annual banquet to save that expense and get up av mass or citizens meeting at the opera house sometime in February about the 2naand invite every citizen of Winchester to attend and have a few local speakers possibly a few the other cities and have a Jfro lY discussion of the best means to better our city and our conditions We Need Better Streets The Committee on City Develop merit and on Ordinances and Eesolu = tions should do what they can for the improvement of the city There are many ways in which it can be done We need better streets We need a sewerage system We need better and more street crossings and many other things Committee on Hospital to tike such steps as is necessary to agitate the hospital question Why should our citizens be made to spend near ly enough each year in Lexington hospitals to support a hospital at home With an earnest cooperation hospitIIyear is out Let the hospital be our watchword for this year The Civic League I believe the chairman of the Committee on Civic League should bg a lady but Mr Garner says he will ap point the whole committee of ladies so we know that the work will be thoroughly done and I need not make any suggestions here at all The work of the Committee on Railroads is a very important one and should be well looked after during the year In order to get factories we must have good shipping facilities and the best of freight rat es I want to urge this committee to look after the freight rates and to get the best concession from the railroad people that can be had The Street Committee We would like the Street Committee to try and persaude the City Council to establish a permanent grade in order to help beautify the city as well as to make it safer and more comfortable for the people who walkover our streets They should have a fixed grade and bring all pavements to a level do away with the steps and slopes and coasting places and also to straighten the streets where it is practicable and can be done Increase Membership The Membership Committee should devise some plan to keep our mem bership about its present number and to increase it if possible It can be done There is no such word as cant in the vocabulary ofour Commercial Club and I know it will be done in some manner Committee on Public Policy has a very big job to attend to but I believe the chairman of that committee will carry out the work Most Important Committee The Manufacturing Committee is one of the most important of all While we have no inducements in the way of cash we can give our assistance in many other greatly important ways as well as the exemption of taxes for five years to those who employ fifteen hands or more We want all kinds df factories large and small that till be permanent none of those one or twoyear fel Mansfacturrngto get a furniture and a shoe factory to urge local men to start some fac tory and let it grow up with the city dollIarscould be used to an advantage in this manner We dont want any of these factories that are not making a success where they are to come here We cannot expect to get a factory that is well located doing well and have made extensive Improvement it will be far better than getting a fac tory to come in that has already made a failure elsewhere A New City HallII would like the Building Commit tee to see what they can do toward getting the city to build a City Hall I wish every chairman of the dif ferent committees to get a copy of the bylaws and read and study the duties for his committee and try to fulfill them to the best off his ability I wish that every chairman would have a meeting of his committee once fortthrectors A New Jail Two recommendations have heretofore been made by my predeces sors in office and I hope something will be done this year towards se curing action to carry those recom men ationr into effect They are I differlentrooms on wing of the Court House I heart ily concur in all that has been prev reciimprovement Now gentlemen I trust I have not bored you and that I havemade each member of the club put away his little hammer and take out his saw and saw wood as he has never sawed before and help make this year a great year for Winchester and her Commercial Club and above all build a hospital 1 thank youOPERAHOUSE1 Dandy Dixie Minstrels under the direction of Voelekeland Nolan proprietors and managers of the world famous company will be seen at the Winchester Opera House Friday night January 15 For a real negro to be as good a negro minstrel man as a white man is according to general belief impossible and such a spectacle is un common But the people who constitute the Dandy Dixie Minstrels are men who are real comedians and whom nature as well as art make colored entertainers of genuine merit This company is very large one it numbers 40 people headed by Billy Larsands with the Cotton Pickers Band and a stupen dous scenic and electrial equipment and all the details needed to ensure an absolutely perfect performa nee THE GOOSEBONE 1 A Goosebone prophet announces that the breast bone of the goose is marked very peculiarly this year There is a dark spot here and there making an accurate prediction diffi cult indicating that the winter will be generally an open one with a very cold spell now and then December will be very cold but there will be little snow January will have some snow with 8 warm spell during the middle of the month February will be a severe month with plenty of ice and sriow larch will be open with a warm spell and plenty of rain and Jlowr1Glasg r r LYNCHINGS IN 1908 The number of lynchings in 1907 was the smallest in twenty years be ing but sixtythree It is not encouraging that the number in 1908 was 100 the largest number since 1903 As the lynching evil is a prob lem of national interest the follow ing table is appended showing the an nual number for the last twenty four years 1885 18411897 166 1886 13811898 127 1887 122 1899 107 1888 14w 1900 115 1889 417G 1901 135 1890 127 1902 96 1891 192 1903 104 1892 235 1904 87 1893 2001905 66 1894 190 1906 69 1895 1711907 63 1896 1311908 100 The number of lynchings in the va rious States and territories was as follows Alabama 4 Arkansas 1 California 1 Florida 4 Georgia 16 Illinois 2 Kentucky 10 Louisiana 8 Mississippi 22 North Carolina 1 South Carolina 1 Tennessee 8 Texas 21 Virginia 1 or South 97 North 3 Of the total number 93 were negroes and 7 whites The crimes allegecl were as follows Murder 34 criminal assault 12 arson 5 murderous assault 6 making threats 4 expressing sympathy with murder 4 complicity in murder 3 suspi cions of arson 3 by night riders 2 robbery 2 ace rioting 2 disappointment at a colored entertainment 1 suspicion of murder 1 mis taken identity 2 conspiracy to do violence 1 offensive language 1 complicity in criminal assault 1 highwayman 1 unknown 1 insulting white woman IChicago Tribune EXECUTIONS IN 1908 The number of legal executions in this country steadily decreases while the volume of crime increases the number in 1908 being 92 as compar ed with 104 in 1907 and 123 in 1906 Classified by States and territories the record is as follows Pennsyl vania as usual showing the greater number Alabama 1 California 3 Colorado 1 Connecticut 3 Florida 1 Georgia 7 Illinois 2 Kentucky 1 Louisiana 6 Maryland 1 Miss issippi 6 Missouri 2 Nebraska 1 New Jersey 3 New York 5 North Carolina 3 Pennsylvania 16 South Carolina Tennessee 5 Texas 5 Virginia 6 West Virginia 1 Arizo na lDistrict of Columbia 2 New Mexico 1 Oklahoma 2 Alaska 1 There were 36 executions in the North and 56 in the South and of these 46 were whites 44 blacks and 2 Chinese The crimes for which they were ex ecuted were murder 87 criminal as sault 4 attempted criminal assault LChicago Tribune Once an Actress A woman who has been on the stage even if leer experience in the drama has been limited to an amateur performance asa housemaid inn asoa ciety play can never tfbpJ5i to be thoroughly trusted bY he ienmale neighbors WcMere Beauty When ia man tells a girl tgat mere beauty doesnt appeal to liiiri hes tryingg in his kind clumsy way to comfort her because she isnt pretty I You Cannot Answer These Questions I1Why do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretchout inn full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and lain dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofa faucet I 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern vat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at ilik same time ihbthe streetf5Why suffer other inconveniences when you can have everything for the comfort and healthof your family right in the house 1 6Is it net true that the answer is not lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting thf i most out of life v CII F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all about it Youll be surprised at how inexpensive these privileges are IWE CARRY FLUTED COLUMNS I as well as the pla n in our ready to use mill work We carry various styles of caps and capitals to fit and match exactly Come and pick out the style you prefer- Used to sustain a roof a ceiling or a porch they are a distinct and a literal tower of strength I R P SCOBEE SON C8l COINCORPORATED An Advance for Winchester have just installed at great expense our WE engine and other machinery with which ve are now prepared to furnish DAY CURRENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors Let us give you estimates on this and allsorts ofelectric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired t Winchester Railway Light Ice floINCORPORATED J W P HACKETT G NLMGR j ti P 8 We furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer r Jf ADVERTISE Nr xP1113rT t t3 WS ffr Jf u rr idi i I i j J j i f r S f JParnf ii THE WINCHESTER NEWS a TIE WlhtfESTER HEWS tAn independent Newspaper Published by rThe Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Suncay Entered as secondclass matter Kovember 28 1908 at the post office At Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 One week Payable at office or to collecto- very week 11 Mail Delivery JDta year 3lO- Ojix months 150 tae month h 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISING s RATES Display Per Irieh one time any edition 25 tkree times within one week 50 06 week continuously 101- Oe calendar month 300 Your weeks four times a week 24 Four weeks three times a week 180 Jour weeks two times a week 120 Your weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per vent 6 months 25 per cent one tfMTf 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 7lc Pure reading news headings 15u New Phone No 91 FRIDAY JANUARY 15 1909 The New York American in a thoughtful editorial discussing the controversy between Congress and the President says In Europe the sovereign is auto matically protected by the institution of Prime Minister Change in that office acts on the political pressure like the safety valve on the force of steam Here the President is his caw r Prime Minister constitutionally at least and in Mr Roosevelt5s ease in very actual fact Avhereas kVugs havQ become social functionaries and must eschew political dictation or even dabbling And contrary to the working of con stitutional government in Europe the Executive in America is in effect the popular branch of the government l while in Europe the popular branch is the legislative Ifa President stood for antipop ular principles and Congress champion the popular demands the situ ation would be reversed in effect but only Curing the term of that partic ular Chief Executive His successor would have the prestige of the peo r Ple anointed Thus the body of Rep resntatives chosen locally and o Senators elected by States do not seem to be so much the popular arch representatives as the President who leas been the crux of the quadrennial appeal to the popular vote Thus MRD T fvlA11AG DECLINES TO MAKE SHE RACE fOR MAYOR Says That filter Due Consideration He Cannot Enter PrirnaryRefusal is Source Oi Regret To Many Good Citizens Democrats And Republicans Mr DT Matlack has declined to enter the contest for the nomination asMayor of Winchester in the next Democratic primary It will be a source of regret to many good citi Republircans young iness man has found it impossible to run The letter in which he makes known his determination js as fol lows President Roosevelt has overshadow ed Congress and been able to direct legislation on an extent and iiia man ner without parallel IDuring these seven Rooseveltian Congress has become more and more the Executive 0tiand therefore hated personage in Wash ington at the very time when his pop uahity outside was most exalted rnIedto lay aside the whip of power th galled yokemates slashout with their heels at their former master meJ1icanbe the representative branch of the Government that th President is the IQal spokesman of the people with pco1IPleTry one Winchester Bakery FriSatlmo r IA HORRIBLE HOLDUP l About ten years ago my brother vas held up in his work health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Consumption writes W R Lipscombof VashingtonN C andItreatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr KingN New Discovery and was wholly eurer1 by six bottles He is a well man to day Its quick to relieve and tin surest cure for weak or sore lungs ITemol ages Coughs and Colds Bron njBronchialY Phillips Drug Store Ar NOUNCEMEt TS h For MayoriWe are authorized to announce J A HUGHES as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party fForCity Judge We are authorized to announce JUDGE F P PEr DLETON as nr Candidate for City Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Winchester Ky Jan 15 1909 After due consideration and with a great regret I find that I must de forIour I want to thank my friends most qn1nJlyfor their proffered support and encouragement Very sincerely D J i4L1TLAChI WINCHESTER ViNS- AGAINST LEXINGTON Broomball Score Stood to 0 indoor Baseball Monday Night iI The local aggregation defeated the AuditoriumTJf 1 to 0 in a fast rind interesting game of broom ball The local team eleft for Maysville Friday morning where they will line up in two games against the lads of the Mason capi Inc rink will be open Saturday af ternoon and evening The next at indoorIbasyh thercollege team LAW AND ORDER LfAGUE FORMED AT SHARPS BURG Resolutions Ask Owners of Property to See That it is Legally Used SrURPSBURO ICyTJan 15JThrIcitizens of Sharpsburg and have drganixed a Law and Order followjResolved That we respectfully request tile on6rVo houses where these nuisancel hrrcoitiaintaiued to see that their property is no longer used to harbor gambling and liquor sellers prohibiIright to violate the law Resolved That in the future we againstIalhying tedIinilhtoto secure their conviction This league is composed of the communityAmong Rev C IT Green C W PetersT A Boyd J C Nelson and C A Brown In SL yt d fir Is2 ttAri I J I 1 1 CIculn rU A 11 OpportunitySALE of the II 11 UMaxwelli The Best Clothes Made Highclass Fabrics StayingH t o well just look at the prices im X30 Overcoats 25 Overcoats 22 50 Overcoats- D X20 Overcoats 18 50 Overcoats 16 50 Overcoats n IShirts One lot of Cluets- X150 in colors n a rrI ri t= J JL r t WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flonr ibe best made Kerr Perfection and White Pear no tl ui eaual r MOVED HIS SHOP Tom Cowan the popular barber who was burned out in the Court View Hotel fire would like to have is customers and old friends call ca in his new shop in the Simpson and Hathaway building y 0 i The Pricei It takes some people a long time to find out that things are not always valuable because they cost dearly ft Now 1850 Now 1350 Now X115 Choice Season 304Suits 25 Suits 22 50 Suits X20 Suits 18 50 Suits 16 50 Suits Now Now One lot ofHats 350 now 258 Hawes and Stetson f 3 now 198n U Odd Pants at Big Reduction NOW SAVE MONEY Rupard Stewart flI rCJ DlvonCEIton a orce account of illtemper and bad breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad breathand Liver Trouble the illtemper dispel conquerlchi1ls MOVING PICTURES SOOO feet of the best and finest moving pictures yet seen in the town nightPrice1143t Obedience the First R qufsiteITo learn obeying is the art of eovprnfne farlvle oheUn Clothing X1850 B 11 1350 U HATSf Co MISS HATHAWAYS CLASS PAINTINGI anymorningCARRIE LEE HATHAWAY IIIfit f BRAVE FIRE LADDIES often receive severe burns putting ArnicaSalveout pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers ReliefisStore CENT OFFB- i1j ON i I ALLVICLOTHWRPE- ALSO Cut on Shoes and Furnishing Goodsj J I C B L OO 1FI E LD I 4 JC an T I tr f r i YScgs r ttIfE WINCHESTER NEWS IIAOCIETyH1Exchange The ladies of the Baptist church SaturdayCandy Sale The Literary and Social Club will haveacandy sale Saturday at Kid wells Drug Store The sule will continue throughout the day eeThe Little Colonel Readers will meet with Miss Mrytle Spencer Saturday afternoon B B L C B LC Club will meet BSaturday afternoon at 230 with Miss Pauline Flanneryon Winn avenue 0 Broom Ball A large crowd came out to see the Broom Ball game last night Our boys carried off the honors of course They are fine players Hurrah for Winchester 1Euchre One of the most delightful and charming club parties of the season was the Euchre given by Mrs Bruce Duty at her home on South Maple street The house was very beautiful with its deorations of green foliago and potted plants Notwithstand ing the inclement afternoon a great number showed their appreciation by being present The charming hostess was assist ed in entertaining by Misses Mary Lyle and Laurie Duty and Miss Ilia Stewart who marked the progres sions The games were enjoyed until the close of the afternoon when a most refreshing and palatable lunch was served at the small tables which were very attractive in their appointments Among thosepresent were Mesdames John Clelland J T Beckner George Clarke J W Ishmael Lu cien Beckner Susan Anderson Og den Crutcher Harry Strossman Koll Ratliff Charles Parrish Bar ry Strother George Green Sam Jeffries Harvey Franklin Mark D onovan Ollie fladden J M Jenkins and Misses Ella Pendleton Allan Crutcher Hazel Cornell Eve lyn Price and Lutile Collins of Richmond Molding Party OH all the attractive unique an original affairs given this season none was more highly enjoyed than the reception given by Miss Anne Dudley one of our most attractive and popular young ladies to the Literary and Social Club on Thurs day afternoon Miss Clay Crouton read an unusu ally interesting and clever paper on The Life of Shakespeare and MJJ38 Katherine Nelson rendered some very fine musical selections after which the moulded paraffine and cakes of chewing gum were brought in Each girl had to mould these into the form of some animal To the one making the best effort a handsome hand painted belt pin was given This was won by Miss Katherine Nelson who moulded a kangaroo The booby prize a donkey paper weight with a bridle of blue ribbon and a large bow of blue ribbon on the tail was presented to Miss Winnie Garrett Some of the animals were odd and grotesque looking while others were unusually fine for amateurs After this amusing diversion a most delightful and elegant course luncheon was served MrssWilliam P French Mrs Gus Brooks Mrs Sam Ash brook Misses Rebecca Duke of Maysville Anna Mae Hisle Margaret Sphar Florrye Smith Sara Goodloe Benton Richie Lane Lucy Stewart Katherine Nel son Margaret McKinley Alice and Owen Porter Clay Croxton and Emma Lee Taylor y e Engagement Announced Mi and Mrs Horace Porter of Mt Sterling announce the engage ment of their daughter Florida H to Joseph W Baber of this city The wedding will take place at their residence on Richmond avenue Wednesday Februarv 3 Bridge Club Mrs Strother Goff entertains the Bridge Club on Saturday February 22 Dance The girls are makinggreat preparations for their dance on February 22 PERSONALS Mrs Hughart will resume her vocal class next week Mr George Raid has been removed from Lexington to the Richmond SanitariumMiss of Frankfort is the guest of Mrs ELK Taylor on College street Misses Sallie B aud sTell Allen have returned from a most delight ful visit to Lexington Mrs Henderson Johnson of Lou isville has returned to Lexington after a delightful visit to Mrs Wil liam P Hodgkin- Mr skinner Kerr was in Paris and North Middletown Wednesday idALouisville is a guest in the city Mr Matt Bedfoid of Versailles is a guest here Mrs Frank Pendleton is ill of lagrlppe Mrs Ellen Brown has gone to Texas for an extendedvisit Mrs J W Shearer is confined to her bed with lasrippe Ottis the oldest son of Mr and Mrs Ed Fasa is quite sick of ton silitis II HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINEDI We have just completed our cal room with electricity and now have a modern Optical room with all the modern electric appli ances to do the work with COME AND SEE US I C HL BOWEN Jeweler and Optician uUTOj J CLEAN SWEEP Getting ready for Spring and want to clean up all odds andends in ueensware Furniture etc We are offer i ing some extremely low prices Call early and pick up your bargains before they Jareall gone f The Winn Furniture Co j We Give 8 Fs II GreeirTradinq 5tam sI rage Iw ll Our Great January Spot T t Cash SaleI i of Dry Goods Silks and Ready= I toWear GarnientsStill- 4 j 1 Continues j I We are Giving You Much for Little Money t Look in our store for a little while and see J some of the bargans we are offering II Ready to eat Departmentc 1 1 Suits former price 2500 to 3500 choice T J 798- I 10 Suits this seasons purchase beautiful styles former price 2500 1 to 35G0choice 1200 to 1751 11 Rain Coats former price 1250 to 1500 = 49835 Childrens Cloaks former price 600 to 800 349 1 25 Ladies Cloaks all this seasons styles the latest shapes both black and colors at greatly reduced prices PANAMA and VOILE SKIRTSthe prices cuto the quick 73kL3t L5ff J I Iv v Dress Goods and Silks 7 about 6QO yards of Dress Goods ITabJ former prtceiO ft2jo per h r1Jyard choice T J Jj All other Dress Goods at 10 Per Cent Reduction T I IB Per Cent Reduction on all Silks both black and oloredj Winter Underwear I K We are overstockedand must close out this line Tlfe open winter has upset freelyOnepants vests and union suits 25cII Perrin Kid Gloves T All the newest shades in Perrins Kid Glovesthe best in the world Dont fail to thehandI J Hosiery i t theIrCal1coes brands of Cali r 5c Muslin Muslin Underwear new line just in 1Drawers Skirts Corset Covers Chemise and ranging in price per garment QOI Percales and Ginghams 1 Table 1000 yards of Percales value 12 I2c per yard choice tOe 1000 yards Flannellets reduced from 1212c and 15c per yard choice IOC 1200 yards of new spring Ginghams just received all go in this sale at 12 12 r Outings Big stock of Outings to select from stripes checks and solid colors all go at per yardOc r Linen fTowels Napkins Table Linen Laces and Embroideriesnew line has just arrived jcbme in and see themall cut in prices Madame Howe isshowing a line of Front Lace and French Gossard Corsets at special prices Come and be fitted as Madame Howe will be with us but a few das longer f r No dods Charged at these Prices MIGoods Char ged at the Regular Prices CLIFTON B ROSS J We Give jjTrading Stamps 1r z u Jl J i t i t t tI 1 It i 1 a yr 1 i w iT i t rTHE WrMCHESTER NEWS i4 1 Nbl fUlN 9 The g Round= UP O O A Romance of Arizona a Novelized From Edmund Melodrama J t iDays MURRAY and 0 MILLER t f epyright 1908 by G W Billing ham CoOQQ BtJtiril have to be hold the fort without any Ob say can you see fcHKBBcss Anyhow Im flying the rat tfesaroke flag of Bunker Hill Dont tKtl on me Whether the ruraJes acre It or not Ive saved their hides IS the Apaches had got to this fort JfcsJ gee how tbey would have crum Ld ap the greasers as they came atkfflg the trail Ben crell thirsty by his exertions raze remembered the canteen in the Msnaga which be bad forgotten among Ms other preparations for defense He esz iiouslj reached bis hand over the loge and secured the precious vessel lint as he was withdrawing It ping canme a bullet through the canteen J1B king it out of his hand As it fell chattering down the side 5f the ledge Iba groaned Good shooting Theyve probably left their best marksman be JSanr stith the ponies No hope fcres escps on that side Well there s soiiie easpsolation in the thought that theyll w2zaaublcdl finish me before fget t o qty Glad it wasnt my hand although tbe period be spent wait tsfioT the attaclc was less than an IBET byJrls watch it seemed to Lane fie leader shot through the head fell from ills horse JI long that he had hopes that the ironies would appear in time to res cue Mm His spirits rose with the prospect Looking about him at the waSs the fireplace and the red cross le reflected I am not the first mane even the first white man that has withstood an attack in this plate Jbt Imagination he constructed the his tory of the fort Here in ages re ete a tribe of Indians defeated and Mven to the mountains had con Erncted an outpost against their ene jDiesof the plain but these had cap tacDd the stronghold and fortified it Igatlnst Its former occupants Later a brad of Spanish gold seekers had TBgcte a stand here against natives mom they had roused against their Igr oppression Or perhaps as indi citEd by the cross it had afforded ref uge to the mission fathers those he e souls who had faced the horrors r the infernolike desert in their SRtfly efforts to convert its fiendish feiaMtants With his mind occupied by appro lesions Lane looked at the rattle jSKke upon the sahuaro whose strug eby this time bad diminished to ti fiesfcle movement of the tail Poor old rattler he thought wfeii I could spare cartridge to put miseryRAt length as Lane peered up the Mountain side he saw a brush en a ledge a little to the left of the trail jcuvEr as if stirred by a passiu larcath of wind He aimed his ViuI efcester through a track in the wall st tile spot and when a moment later 21 Apache rose up from the ground Kd leaped toward the shelter of a jqpcfc below Lane fired and the savag dell crumpling Like an echo of the explosion a rifle on the right spoke Dd a bullet struck the rock bjr Lanes 1IrodlITe marked tbe spot whence tile pt came and quickly ran to tin e her- r part Of the wall From here he SKW the edge of alb ex peeed by the side Uf the bowlder he- notedJutd Crack went Lanes Win cfcester The leg was suddenly with r drawn mLat the same moment a jfeead appeared on the other side of they i rock as if the Indian had stretched JbEmself out involuntary Crack again zqxUiiii hid got hiS mall 3hvo shoes to an Indian is expeu a3tef t1ou otherbam this game of tipjack would heI TRH interesting There 11a cry in the Apache Jtepgue ana suddenly uiue half naked 1x dies arose from behind rocks and tetafiefiirextendingin an irregular ores r I ept above the fort and rushed fcr mariL ten fifteen rind even twenty jxrasto the iextcorer jLape dul tuot t i tit llt b r xir ulstancc at tlietine nciflIr Yi t lr J period waitbig from the photograph flashed on bis subconscious mind At the time of the rush he was otherwise occupied Crack crack and two of the Indians fell dead in midcareer Crack and a third crawled wounded tb the cover he had almost safely at tained Crack and an eagle feather in the head of the fourth Indian shot at was cut off at the stem and fell for ward on the rock behind which its wearer had dropped just in time to save his life There was an volley from the rifles of the remaining againstIofjtbtplowed a furrow through Lanes scalp toppling him to his knees He scram= hastilyiprCSSingforehead to stanch bleeding sought the protection of the middle lookout He congratulated himself ILucky for me they didnt follow the immediately with a second signalitwo more attempts Here they come The call again sounded Six Apaches leaped forward and from the rock that concealed the wounded warrior a shot rang out in advance of the first discharge from Lanes Winchester The Indians bullet scored the top of the turret and filled the eyes of the man behind it with powdered stone The prospector already lazed by his wound fired wildly and missed his mark Quickly recovering himself he flied again and again severely wounding two Apaches These lay clawing the grounds within twenty yards of the wall The four remaining Indians were safely concealed at the same dis tance protected no less by the fortification than by the loose bowlders behind which they crouched for the final spring Lane realized the fact that lira next shots to be effective must be at a downward angle and to fire them he must expose himself This is my finish he thought to himself Better be killed instantly than tortured I hope all four will hit me Goodby Jinny crack went his rifle Goodby Nance crack againAt the two shots surmising that the prospector had shot himself and his horse the Apaches did nobwait for the signal but sprang forward and climbed upon the wall before Lane had had time to mount It Two of them he shot as they leaped down within the inclosure As he reversed his Winchester to kill himself with the last cartridge he noted that the two remaining Apaches had dropped their rifles and were leaping uix n him total e him alive He brought his club bed weapon down upon the head of one of them crushing his skull At the same instant Lane was borne to the ground by the other Apache who seizing him by the throat began throttling him into insensibility In desperation Lane bethought himself of the cliff and by a mighty effort whirled over upon his captor toward the preci pice The ground sloped slightly in that direction and the combatants rolled over and over to the very edge of the cliff where the Indian for the first time realizing that the prospectors purpose was to hurl both of them to destruction loosened his hold upon the prospectors throat that he might use his hands to brace himself against the otherwise inevitable plunge into the valley below In an instant Lanes hands were at the Indians throat and in another turn he was uppermost and kneeling upon his foe at the very verge of the precipice Both combatants were now thor oughly exhausted Lane concentrated all his remaining strength in throttling the savage But just as the tense form beneath him grew lax with evident unconsciousness and the head fell limply back extending over the edge of the cliff his own head was jerked violently backward by a noose cast around his lacerated neck consciousnessIbound hand and foot by a lariat and looking up into a grinning face that be recognizedBuck he gasped This L certainly white of you considering the circumstances of our last meeting Did you come with the rurales No I come ahead uv em In fact Dick Lane you air jes a leetle bit oil in yer Idees about which party I be long to When you cussed me fer a thievln half breed an run me off th range an tole me to go to the Injuns yeradYiteIguard uv the outfit youve jcs beet bavin yer qbootin match withor wuz tile rear guard fer youve wiped out the whole battalion so fer as cal see Served em right fer detain me the only decent shooter in the bunch to watch the horses I got one shot in as it wuz Well as the last xr panicoIAUloncuto live leave me his leetle pile ir dust an nuggets an the claims hes located back in the mountains You look a leetle mite likee mat Itll save vallible time if make yer dear friend Buck McKee administrator uv yer estate without too much per suadin You had some objection onset to my slittin a calfs tongue Well you neednt be scared jes yc Thais the last thing Ill do to you Come whars yer cache I know youve got cne hereabouts fer 1 iou sins uv the dust in yer pack IP To be Continued ANYTHINGLQF onnd for sale tor rent aJ- vetice in the less iec1 column W NEW rq ForeverMeverPurer Clearer More Brilliant Tone Buy Columbia Indestructible Records because they are really theirincomparablyThey fit your machine Cost 35 cents Get a catalog toitrightfl Winchester Drug GO flNo5 Souih Main St Winchester Ky FIRST 1SllE Of THE- KfNJUCKY FARMER l B Shropshire is Editor and Man agera Nigh Glass Form Paper KentuckyFarmer mer and Breeder leas made its ap pearance being dated January 7 It is now issued from Louisville instead of Lexington Mr L B Shropshire for a long time connected with the Farmer and Breeder and now assistant State Fair Secre tary is editor and manager- It is in every respect a most cred itable journal containing many feat of interest and of value It is alures class farm and stock paper with a strong department devoted to the American saddle horse Among the contributors to the first issue are SecretaryJProf J J Harper and others of State University Mr H F Hillenmeyer of Lexington Mrs J Gans Johnson of ML Sterling Secretary Perry M Shy of the State Board of Agricul ture and others equally wellposted- We wish Mr Shropshire and hi5 associates every success in their new venture If the first number is cri terion the paper rinundoubtedly make good One of the most inter Buildingincan be read with profit by every Kentuckian DIRECTORS CHOSEN BY MT STERLING BANKS Stockholders Select Men Who Will Control Their Institutions MT STERLING Ky Jan 14 The three National Banks of Mt followingdirectors ers meeting Tracers National BankJ T Highland J M Biggerstaff John L McCormick D J Burchett L L Brideforth W Lois Thompson and Albert Hazelrigg Mt Sterling National Bank Ben F Cockrell J Green Trimble Sr William S Lloyd Dr J A Vansant and Charles D Grubbs Montgomery National Bank Ghas K Oldham Pierce Wiun Green H Strother Robert C Gatewood and John G Winn THE DIFFERENCE corerspondent sends the following pithy newspaper clipping but omits to say where it is taken from If an editor makes a mistake he has to apologize for it but if a doctor makes a mistake he buries it If an editor makes one there is a lawsuit swearing anda smell of sulphur If a doctor makes one there is a funeral cut flowers and a smellof var yardlongbut if an editor uses it he has to spell it Any old college can make a doctor You cant make an editor he has to be born Miss Mildred Hunt Todd of Ruck erville it attending the Female Col lege at Millersburg Ky She is with her sister Mrs H LHiggs of that place Mvtflise M Th r Hew The Arrival of the New Year means the newest i ptodate meth ods in the ofamens suits uverccais etc and in ithe cleaning of ladys fine dresses waists etc Turn over a new leaf for the new year and make a gcod resolution to have your garments cleaned and pressed or dyed at Stf- cCincinnati Tailors n un Citizens Nafonal BankP- aid up Capital 100000 Surplus S420CO WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A PI Hampton Cashierr T F Phillips V Pres J W PoynterfAsst Cashier ISKA TING This is the season of th year in which skating wil be enjoyed by all THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE 6LU EGRASS We teach you free if youdanot know how either in the morning 01 between regular sessions AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates 1 3c EVENING SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 1- 5cinditorluni Roe Winans G Scott ROOFING GUTTERIRG and SPOUTING GAS WATER PLUMBING Dealers in Iron and Bucket Pumps Cistern fops Gas Fixtures Mantels Globes Stove Pipes Elbows tNome Phone 502 Next to Fruits Grocery Fresh Frllts and Fresh Groceries Cigars Tobaccos Oysters and Candies Dome Phone 712 I MiKe Joseph 36 N Main St THE VERY BEST j JOJ Have any of our readers seen aIS WeeklyEnquirer send for a copy if for no other purpose than to note its present great thingsthatand home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical government of cbiIdr nand other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatcCAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the finnnj mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had byI writing to theENQUIRER COMPAKY Cincinnati O J CALL ON NElSONTbeTfansferMan by day or1 night if you want your baggage transferred OFICEHiM ffrNi 14 Hghf PktM 331 F 1 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CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY verAttan b Murphv Store oop Court Ho s GonkvrloH Transfer and Ice Co Grating Furt nitre Pianos Etc a Specialty NO If Nertk Mali Street B tii PMIIH THE NEWS by 1111113 a asp if r r afrr a Ii f r r f 4 1 RA THE WrHCKESTER NEWSr t H a f 1rly r ty Th- eRound i Upii r A Romance of Arizona o iF Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama So w r I MURRAY andJ iMILLS MILLER r f 3 pyrlght 1908 by G W Billing ham Co X E N6 QA00 33bfclHl iuiTe to be hold the fort without any Oh say can you see- ssJhnrjinf Anyhow Im flying the rat tfeSDake flag of Bunker Hill Dont tecsd on me Whether the ruraJes see it or not Ive saved their hides IS the Apaches had got to this fort lfas gee how they would hale crum jteflt up the greasers as they came akiig tIle trail- 3endcred thirsty by his exertions r lone remembered the canteen in the iesnaga which he had forgotten among Ms other preparations for defense He znfiousl3 reached his hand over the Ie3gc and secured the precious vessel pingicmDefewcking it out of his hand As it fell guttering down the side 6f the ledge Ite groaned Good shooting Theyve Brbbably left their best marksman be low syith the ponies No hope eaajaa on that side Well theres sonelfissasolailon in the thought that ioubtcdlyfinish me before I get tqp JfrJvKly Glad it wasnt my hand although the period he spent wait Iioorthe attack was less than an fecr 3 Y Jiis watch it seemed to Lane T4 leader shot through the head fell from his horse 1ii long that he had hopes that the rarales would appear in time to res tic him His spirits rose with the prospect Looking about him at the waUs the fireplace and the red cros- se reflected I am not the first man 41 event the first white man that has withstood an attack in this place Hat imagination he constructed the his tfccrp of the fort Here in ages re Wafc a tribe of Indians defeated and Mven to the mountains had con greeted an outpost against their ene cnrIbtbimd of Spanish gold seekers had xmBe a stand here against naUImom they had roused 6y oppression Or perhaps as indi rated by the cross it had afforded ref Ke to the mission fathers those he mKCsouls who had faced the horrors r the infernolike desert in their aBlatly efforts to convert its fiendish Witants With his mind oceupied by appre JhoEsions Lane looked at the rattle aaMftke upon the sahuaro whose strug Xfefay this time had diminished to ji Jfegfcte movement of the tail Poor old rattler he thought with I could spare cartridge to put yeti out of your misery At length as Lane peered up the Hfcpnntaiu side he saw a brush en a lesOse a little to the left of the trail 4fo rer as if stirred by a passing Iccath of wind He aimed his Win zter through a crack in the wall ast the spot and when a moment later 22 Apache rose up from the ground Jid leaped toward the shelter of rk below Lane fired and the sag fl crumpling Like an echo of the explosion1rU1 on the right spoke snob a bullet struck the rock by Lanes tesad He marked the spot whence the snot came and quickly ran to nn wtber part Of the wall From here he JBBW the edge of all Indians thigh xIpeered by the side tlf the bowlder he r JtfA noted Crack went Lanes Win withaJriwn anil at the same moment a kid appeared on the other side of the I rock as if the Indian had stretched Mmself out involuntary Cradle again SenfcCjLttne hu got his man Two shds to an Indian is expen sue thought the prospector other w this game of tipjack would be Herr interesting There wmv a in the Apache itoqgue auasuddenly Miine half naked vlbodips arose from behind rocks and liBfliegrexteudingin art irregular es1 r above the fort and fcr enty13UdstNl tut llIDiJbr v hiStance at the time W ii6 figured these out in liliIn ll y r s period of waiting from the photograph flashed on his subconscious mind At the time of the rush he was otherwise occupied Crack crack and two of midcaieerItained Crack and an eagle feather in the head of the fourth Indian shot at was cut off at the stem and fell for ward on the rock behind which its wearer had dropped just in time to save his life There was an answering volley from the rifles of the remaining Apaches which was directed against the lookout of loose stones from which the prospectors fire had come One of the bullets penetrated the opening and plowed a furrow through Lanes scalp- toppling him to his knees He scram bled quickly to his feet and hastily pressing his long hair back from his forehead to stanch the bleeding wound sought the protection of the middle lookout He congratulated himself Lucky for me they didnt follow the first rush immediately with a second Now I know to wait for their signal Six and possibly seven of them are left and they will storm my works in two more attempts Here they come The call again sounded Six Apaches leaped forward and from the rock that concealed the wounded warrior a shot rang out in advance of the first dis charge from Lanes Winchester The Indians bullet scored the top of the turret and filled the eyes of the man behind it with powdered stone The prospector already dazed by his wound fired wildly and missed his mark Quickly recovering himself he filed again and again severely wounding two Apaches These lay clawing the ground within twenty yards of the wall The four remaining Indians were safely concealed at the same dis tance protected no less by the fortification than by the loose bowlders be hind which they crouched for the fina spring Lane realized the fact that his next shots to be effective must be at a downward angle and to fire them he must expose himself This is my finish he thought to himself Better be killed instantly than tortured I hope all four will hit me Goodby Jinnycrackwent his rifle Goodby Nancecrack againAt the two shots surmising that the prospector had shot himself and his horse the Apaches did not wait for the signal but sprang forward and climbed upon the wall before Lane had had time to mount it Two of them he shot as they leaped down within the inclosure As he reversed his Winchester to kill himself with the last cartridge he noted that the two remaining Apaches had dropped their rifles and were leaping upon him to take him alive He brought Ais club bed weapon down upon the head of one of them crushing his skull At the same instant Lane was borne to the ground by the other Apache whok seizing him by the throat began throttling him into insensibility In desperation Lane bethought himself of the cliff and by a mighty effort whirled over upon his captor toward the preci pice The ground sloped slightly in that direction and the combatants rolled over and over to the very edge of the cliff where the Indian for the first time realizing that the prospect ors purpose was to hurl both of them to destruction loosened his hold upon the prospectors throat that he might use his hands to brace himself against the otherwise inevitable plunge into the valley below In an instant Lanes hands were at the Indians throat and in another turn he was uppermost and kneeling upon his foe at the very verge of the precipice Both combatants were now thor oughly exhausted Lane concentrated all his remaining strength In throttling the savage But just as the tense form beneath him grew lax with evi dent unconsciousness and the head fell limply back extending over the edge of the cliff his own head was jerked violently backward by a noose cast around his lacerated neck consciousnessibound hand and foot by a lariat and looking up into a grinning face that he recognized Buck McKee he gasped This t certainly white of you considering the circumstances of our last meeting Did you come with the rurales No I come ahead uv em In fact Dick Lane you air jes a leetle bit oil in yer idees about which party I be long to When you cussed me fer a thievln half breed an run me off th range an tole me to go to the Injuns yeraditcIguard uv the outfit youve jes been harm yer shootin match withor wuz the roar guard for youve wiped out the whole battalion so fer as can see Served em right fer detail me the only decent shooter in the bunch to watch the horses I got one shot in as it wuz Well as the last i7 the outfit I own a string of ten ponies All I need now to set up In busiuo i to Imvc come prospector who hair t lonc to live leave me his beetle pilexr dust an nuggets an the claims he- IoCatedback in the mountains You loo a leetle mite like the man nH save vallible time if you make yer dear friend Buck McKee administrator uv yer estate without boo much suadin You had some bjecton onset to my slittin a calfs tongue Well you neednt be scared jes yc Thats the last thing Ill do to you Come whars yer cache I know youve got cne hereabouts fer r fouv inns uy the dust in yer pack To be Contin- uedANYTHING 49T sound for sale for rent ad et Jqe in the class icdJcolilmn aE NEWS l Q ForeverNeverPurer Clearer More Brilliant Tone Buy Columbia Indestructible Records because they are really theirincomparably catalogAit right along JWinchester Bri GO flNo5 Soialfo Main St Winchester Ky FIRST IUOUL flf THE t EfullcfY fARMER L B Shropshire is Editor and Man agera High Glass Form Paper The firet issue of the Kentucky Farmer formerly the Kentucky Far mer and Breeder has made its ap pearance being dated January 7 It is now issued from Louisville in steadof Lexington Mr L B Shropshire for a long time connected with the Farmer and Breeder and now assistant State Fair Secre tary is editor and manager- It is in every respect a most cred itable journal containing many feat of interest and of value It is alures class farm and stock paper with a strong department devoted to the American saddle horse Among the contributors to the first issue are General John B Castleman Secretary J W Newman of the State Fair Prof J J Harper and others of State University Mr II F Hillenmeyer of Lexington Mrs J Gans Johnson of ML Sterling Secretary Perry M Shy of the State Board of Agricul ture and others equally wellposted- We wish Mr Shropshire and his associates every success in their new venture If the first number is a cri terion the paper will undoubtedly make good One of the most inter esting articles is on Road Building in Canada It is an article which can be read with profit by every Ken tuckian DIRECTORS CHOSEN BY MT STERLING BANKS Stockholders Select Men Who Will Control Their Institutions MT STERLING Ky Jan 14 The three National Banks of Mi followil1gdirectors meetingTra4ers National BankJ T Highland J M Biggerstaff John L McCormick D J Burchett L L Brideforth W Lois Thompson and Albert Hazelrigg ML BankBenYF Cockrell J Green Trimble Sr William S Lloyd Dr J A Vausant and Charles D Grubbs Montgomery National Bank Chas K Oldham Pierce Winn Green H Strother Robert C Gatewood and John G Winn THE DIFFERENCE A corerspondent sends the follow ing pithy newspaper clipping but omits to say where it is taken from If an editor makes a mistake he has to apologize for it but if a doctor makes a mistake he buries it If an editor makes one there is a lawsuit swearing and a smell of sulphur If a doctor makes one there is a feral n cut flowers and a smellof var yardlongbut ifan editor uses it he has to spell iL Any old college can make a doctor You cant make an editor he has to be born Miss Mildred Hunt Todd of Rucle erville it attending the Female Col lege at Itfillersburg Ky She is with her sister Mrs H L Higgs of that place rq f AHvortist M Tbe Hews The Arrival of tile New Year means the newest i ptodate meth ods in the cleaning and dyeing of mens suits overcoats etc and in the cleaning of ladys fine dresses waists etc Turn over a new leaf for the new year and make a gc od resolution to have your garments cleaned and pressed or dyed at W- yeCincinnati Tailors Citizens Nat onal Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 3420CO WE SOLICIT YOUFtI BUSINESS Will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W PoynterfAsst Cashier SKATINGIThis year in which skating wil be enjoyed by all THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE c5 LUEGRAss We teach you free if you do not know how- either in the morning 01 between regular sessions AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates 1 3c EVENING SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 15c Auditoriunl Roe Winans 6 Scott ROOFING GUTTERIRG- and SPOUTING GAS t WATER PLUMBING Dealers in Iron and Bucket Pumps Cistern Tops Gas Fixtures Mantels Globes Stove Pities Elbows tHome Phone 502 Next to Pruits Grocery fresh Fruts and Fresh Groceries Cigars Tobaccos Oysters and Candies Home Phone 712 MiKe Joseph 36 N Main St THE VERY BEST 101mHave any of our readers seen are cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If pot it will pay to send for a copy no other pur pose than to note its present great thingsthatand home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of childr nand other duties that makes her toil aI labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a nonsectarian sermon each week aa- preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery- to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the tmanj mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to theJENQUIRSR COMPAHY1- Cincinnati O CALL ON- NELSONTheTfansferMan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred 0 FICE HUM phDftI14IIDiIt NMM 331 i 1 Capital axooooo Undivided Profits 6000- 0T H E- WIIChO8I8rBaDKI or I WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R S HARt CASHIER SOLunTS YOUR aGCC1n TS HAGAN GAS AND NE Engines SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee 1 WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES f Ir- IIAAN GAS ENGINE MFGO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTON Pres BrF CURTIS Caslili THE Start 00lar1 IVIStIN STREET rein hgater Ienttxeky t Capital 200000Surplus 100000 Undivided Profit S30 OOO- WOrganiaed 1866 being the oldest B nkIB theoHy aoouutql CALL AT OUR OFFICE o AND GET YOURr CALENDARSFOR OUETTS INSURAJCE AGENCYf SIMPSON BUILDING Over Artis TurnbuIPs Store PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEVriSON ttorney At Law 60 S Main L Winchest8rKy PENDLETON EUSH BUSKr Attorneys At Law GO S Main St WinchesKy SEE GILBERT OTTO FOR Fresh 6 Cured SjFish Vegetables Country Product BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE WINCHESTER r ILORINfiCOHP ANY M sc H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY ver Allan Mu hva Store oop Court HOa S Gookwright Transfer and Ice Co CratingHandling and Hautag Fur Rlture Flams Etc a Specialty PItieeelTHE NEWS by ftllIl3 a 1 a I TT T At j i tHE WINCHESTER NEWS Pant 7t SUNDAYIl Lesson 1IrFirst Quarter For Jan 17 1909 r THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Acts ii 2247 Memory Verses 32 33Golden Text I Acts H 42Commentary Prepared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1903 by American Press Associatio- find continual comfort in the assur lance that in matters concerning nations and individuals ToL xxxiv 29 God is working all thebcounsel of His own will and according to the eternal purpose which He purposed in Christ Jesus our Lord Eph J 11 iii 11 Whatever wicked men imay plan under the counsel of their leader the devil and be permitted by God to carry out their counsel shall in due time come to naught while the counsel of the Lord shall stand for ever ind the thought of IRis heart to all generations Ps xxxiii 10 11 In the opening chapters of this book we find it repeatedly stated that the cruet treatment received by our Lord Jesus tit the hands of wicked men was all foreseen by God and foretold by Him through the prophets ii 23 iii 18 iv 28 Gods foreknowledge does not ihowevpr in the least degree excuse or palliate the guilt of the wicked The decrees of God and the free will of man stand as two heaven high pillars and puny mortals may not attempt to reconcile thvm- f The one thing that all may do who have heard the good news of the grace of God is that which 3000 did under the preaching of Peter on the day of iwhlch our lesson tells and that was to believe on or receive the Lord Jesus Christ as having suffered for sins the J gust for the unjust and risen from the dead and ascended to the right hand of God there to wait till His body is gathered from all nations that He may come again to restore all things of which the prophets have spoken iii 21 All such redeemed ones are expected to become Spirit filled people and bear such testimony to the risen Christ throughput the world that He may gather to Himself the company whose song we hear in Rev v 9 10 who shall reign with Him on the earth when the kingdom comes That kingdom will have redeemed Israel for Its earthly center with Jesus Christ as Son of David on Davids throne at Jerusalem according to verses 30 31 and Luke i 3233 Jerusalem shall then be the throne of the Lord and all nations gathered unto it to the name of the Lord of Jerusalem Jer iii 17 While that kingdom is postponed because of Israels rejection of her Messiah a new thing in the unfolding of the eternal purpose of God is taking place which was specially revealed for the first time to the Apostle Paul as may be seen by a careful perusal of Eph iii 111 We will not reach the recordof the first gathering of the gentiles into rthis one body the church till we come ito chapter x but we have in this and the following lesson the Jewish beginning or the Jjhurch for the 3000 of averse 41 anu the 5000 of chapter iv 4j were all Jews Our Lords word to the woman oV iSamaria in John iv 22 Salvation is of the Jews does not seeu to mean much to the majority of Christians today but it isthe heart of the eternal purpose of God Spirit filled peopj Will use the Spirits own book the Bi ible which is forever settled in heaven lPs cxix SO even though they may seem by so doing to be a drunken crowd in the eyes of many verse 13 bfor the wisdom of God is foolishness dn the eyes of the wisdom of the world The prophets were the Lords messen gers with the Lords message going where He sent them and saying what He told them Hag 1 13i Ter i 7 Even our Lord Jesus Christ siiid only what the Father told Him to say and iRis words and works were all those of the Father in and through Him John xii 49 50 xiv 10 Spirit filled Peter on this occasion just rehearser from the Scriptures that which the Spirit had written concerning the Lord Jesus whom He is sent to glorify and ttake of His things and show them unto ras 7un xvi 13 14 In last weeks study we saw him quoting from the prophecy of Joel in this lesson we see bim in verses 22 23 summarizing Ps cxii and Isn liii concerning the suffer lings of Christ and he probably had in mind such words as Ps xxxiii 10 11 concerning the counsel of God In jverses 24 to 28 he quotes from Ps xvi concerning the resurrection of Jesus Hn verse 30 he refers to Gods promise ito David to give hi n an immortal Son risen from the dead to sit pn His throne forever II Sam vii 12 13 I xvii 1114 In verses 34 35 he quotes from Ps cx the great Mcl chlsedek psalm and assures them that Jesus whom they had crucifiedwhom God raised from the dead is the one of Whom all these Scriptures tell and who being now glorified by the Father had sent down the Holy Spirit to convince them of their sin that they mIght be forgiven and receive the gift of the Holy Spirit Ho entreated them ito save themselves from a crooked generation assuring them that the Lord was calling them and ready to receive them notwithstanding all that they hnd done They received the message as the word of God to them Iverse 41 and see I Thess Ii 13 and boon there were 3000 redeemed people who continued in praise and prayer J puid Bible study and fellowship and the Lord added daily to their number Thus the Spirit honored His word pud the Lordrtrronght t tf 0 to t l ABSOlUTE CONTROL OF WORLDS MARKETS Interesting Brief Filed in Appellate Court in American Tobac co Case FRANKFORT Ky Jan 15Duri- ng the January term of the Court of Apepals there will be handed down an opinion in the case of the American Tobacco Company against the Commonwealth that was appealed from Anderson county Thecase was tried by Special Judge William H Holt of Lagrange and the company was flied 1000 for violation of the antitrust laws of the State The mo tion for a new trial was overruled and an appeal was taken At this juncture AttorneyGeneral Breathitt took hold of the case for the Com monwealth and turned it over to As sistant Attorney General Tom B Mc Gregor and he prepared the brief that has been presented to the Court The history of the American Tobacco Company from its incipiency to the present is recited in detail in this brief showing the acquisition of the subsidiary properties of the Ameri can Tobacco Company and conclud es as follows When appellant the American To bacco Company came on the scene it had almost absolute control of every form of tobacco manufactured in practically every market of the world Its price for selling was the selling price of the world and it was prac tically without competition It could go no further with the manufactured product and like Alexander the Great it had no other worlds to con quer in the competitive field it turn ed its attention to the producer the farmer who all these years had been getting along fairly well although the depression of 1892 had lowered his prices to some extent The trust them it is admitted started out to reform the method of disposing of tobacco in the tobacco belt It did not like the warehouse charges the prizing and rehandling so it straight way districted all the sections of the Statefrom which it obtained its prod ucts set up itsagencieS and war houses and announced that it would deal with the farmer direct Then care fhe steady depression of the market price until the farmers rcca nixed that single handed against the trust they were powerless mid that- it was absolutely necessary to tipn own preservation to nr tin tnvf on its hvh field of battle bv pooling tlur crop and holding them for higher and living prices- It will be seen from theabove that a complete absorption alicost of ill the independent concerns in the tobacco business of Kentucky was brought about and all their heads of departments buyers etc retained in the service of the combine with sal nies in many instances increased So like the stillness of the night oi4 the advance of the armies of the savage hordes of Vandals and Goth Ipcu Rome unheralded came and spread the tenaeles of the octupus and its methods over the helpless tobacco of Kentucky Taking the one year of 1906 as an example the following table shows hOw completely the appellant had mo ncpolized the tobacco business in the United States The entire output for tile United States was as follows Pounds Manufactured tobacco plug twist and smok ing 303000000 Snuff 23660000 Number Cigarettes 6328tOOOOQ9 Small cigars 995000000 Ciqiirs JUKI stogies V 7375000001 CompanyI year was as lows Manufactured plug A twist and smoking pounds 282OpO00 Snuff pounds 2250QOOf Cigarettes number 4800000000 Small cigars number 90500000 Cigars and stoics num iher 747135000 ACCOMMODATION TRAIN IAr more than one sense it is ar or fVM trnin which runs or the Glasgow Branch railroad A fey days since the train was making it Junctionlcrew saw the home of Mr J H Compton on fire the flames hainv gotten considerable headway on thr goof with Mr Compton quietly read lug a paper in his front porch igno rant of the firerrhc train came if a sudden stop in front of the house and the train crew rushed to tlir House to the utter surprise of Mr Compton and to his still greater astonishment scrambled up to the roof and put the fire out when they re turned to the train and resumed tHe trip to Glasgow No cleverer riier ever ran a train than Capt Creigloi Will Payne and their excellent assist ants Glasgow Republican Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100060 This bank began business less than three years ago JUal ill Hit hcruluitJtnut libjllea ion Notwithstanding the hunl times there has been steady growth fro he start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume of pur business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are coiltflv iiited to open nn WUllut with us Per sonal attenioa to nil hn sino J M HODGKIN Cashier J L BROwfft President L B CUGKRELL Vice President IIT l o II1Io T II HORSESHOEING STRONGa- nd healthy poultry result from our selected feed Your hens will be cackling over fresh laid eggs jf theyve had 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 your buying in our line from us Proo if you want it- Purina Will Do It J R Martin Coal and Supply Co The Horse Looks Around in surprise when we shoe him for the first time Never knew before how comfortable it was to be shod properly Hell know more yet when he realizes how they give confidence to his gait Treat your horse to our shoeing Hell reciprocate in better work and better temper T STROTHERSCOTT t THE WiNCHESTJE NEWSThe r AdvertisingMedium Clark County Now is the time for the uptodate business man to take advantage of a golden opportunity The g Merchants of Winches ter never had the same I chance before to reach I the buyers ofWinchester 1 and Clark county Every I week day in the year ov 1 er 1600 homes in this I county receive the News I And they read it too I The management ofthe 1 News before the paper I was started estimated I that a 1000 circulation I would be satisfael tory At the rate I the paper is growing 2 1 500 will be nearer the i mark = The Spring trade is Ialmost at hand If a 1 Merchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The Country has awakened s nee the election Good times are ahead for us all Why not seize time byrthe forelock and get into the columns of the News The people who have money in this city read the News every eveningIThe people who have money on theruralroutes of Clark get the News evtery morning r Advertise in 4i THE NEWS y and be abreast offrn t file times che mWINCHESTERINCORPORATED t h I r I i T T 1p 8 THE WINCHESTER NEWS I a on HIT PROTTS IAHOnT JAil f ARTICLE g5Prison is Kept Clean Citizen Jlsserts He Meant No Reflec ionGnMr HartI TTite Editor of The NeWsfTree a communication in the isie off vonr paper of yesterday sigged CSizen in which he or she says wtere in thV Stueof a tlaere a stmoretritbc one vo have I feel that that statement does Tnei a great injustice as itis wholly wxtnie I have kept the jail clean- 3JId in a good condition as a jail ca fce kcnt 1 knuwaiul the Citizen ought to know rag jail can be kept fikc a citizens parlor Any citizen easi inspect ifUtll1Y time which I imifc then to do hope my friend will heigjjfter sign h1name to hi communications Ii G M HART Jailer Editors SfeThe gentleman who wrote the cot nunical ou above xcfiarrcd to assured the editor per- Santhly both before and after th ccmmnhicatitJu was published that feer meant no reflection of any laudijpi f 5tijaleemetl as well HX it possibly could he pt FIlIR IHOUSAr fiN STRIKE tNJERS Walk Out When Notified That Union Label Will trot Longer Be Used Seeeial to The News OIEQSGE N J Jan 15 Fouij toasmid workers in tile hat facto rim here struck this morning wine Eoilld that thermion label would nq 1it1eSIFAMIIOAT SINKS IN TilE OHIO RIVEt lave Wood Goes Down at Dam 4Crew Narrowly Escape Death v 1 Special to The News P1TTSBURG Pa jail 15The steamboat Dave Wood sank at dam Nb 4 Si the Ohio River today and iTjetcrew narrowly escaped m m mm IO MAKE THE RACE any Democrats Urge Kim to Enter Contest For Magis trate ManyrDcmocrats of the Seventh TagifjieriHl Tiipfriet tive urtfing Mr VlerBJpdmfiold to stake the race for Vlaj isirate in that district They feel y gocd citizens that u successful Wsiness man is needed in the Fiscal omi Mr BlooinUeld an old resi loniv nnd has shown himself public piritcdand uptodate Such me ts lie is are needed in our public of lCSj VThey aside im of the pport of many gBqd Democrats i 7Ceanbe oiovdiledviipon to outer the lUce 11 YDEirIOCRATS 1151t MTENTIOrj COfaFEDERA TES Ther Chapterb ofby fife Daughters of the Confederacy ysnSL have a memorial service on Jan U31 19 1909 being the anniversary of the birth of Gen R B Lee and the 5a icslnvite especially all of the Con federate soldiers to meet with them on tins acacsion The meeting will be at the court house at two oclock p D It is desired that the soldiers t1leclthercat one oclock as bilsiness ef miportance requiresattention B F CURTIS Commanding KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Xvanlipe lodge No 48 Knights Swill on next Thursdayb huM their annual installation ofo cers and banquet at their dgel- t1eQ1IIS J W Garter of Versailles Grwad Keeper of Records and Seals oC lire States Grand Lodge will rcsant and will address the mem ybeoas A full attendance is request eL t I GET 15 YEARS I to Tl News FITTSBIJRG Jan 15 Cashier JaKliarC was found vguilty today on S an dwasentenced to fit k jears in the penitentiary t Subscribe For The fcwsI- f ferr H F i n r MARKETS J L- THE CINC 0 Jan 14R e Imcelptsat be1Gicumati Union Stockyards today were Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 546 3167 162 Shipments 97 634 T aboust on common ship pens 525625 j extra 650 but cher steers extra 5856goodtoIIchoice 55575 3f50475 heifers extra 550 i 45055n common to cowgjjxtra 475 5 good to choice 385465 common to fair 22350 canners 17553 bulls strong bolognas 325 410 extra 415420 fat steadysCa Steady extra 950 fa tiryaoii 7925 common and large 559 Hogs Active packers and but chers 5c higher light shippers an pigs steady good to choice mixeepackers 590635 stags 45525 common to choice heavy fat sowsI 0590 extra ft light shippers 45 5pigs 110 IDs and les- s505f0 Sheep Strong extra 440450 good to choice 375435 common to fair 175350 Sheep Strong extra 4405450 good to choice 375435 common to fair 175350 Lambs Strong extra 765775 good choice 7760 comroonto fair 56S5 CHICAGO January I4Neathe conditions in this country and Indi furnished a mild incentive to traders to sell wheat at the oenin of the market today anda a result earlnY nthseasOl Sn High1Iay1July 97i4 97 t2 Sept 9334 94 Low Glos Dray ft 1 0412 1 045 s fjtgh ray 6112 6134 July 6134 61Vs Sept f 617 62s CloseIJuly Gls 615 Sept 61Vs 617 AUSTRIAN MINE IS SCENE OF HORROR Two Hundred 3MelnI Intomfisd by ExposionI Veszprim Hungary Jan 15n a explosion of firedamp in the Auk coal mine here which was later by a dust explosion and fire 245 men were entombed Sixteen living miners and the bodies of 45 dead persons thus far have fir1ne en one locality and it is hoped that the remainder of th rescuedfBanker Sentenced to Penitentiary Parkersburg W Va Jan 15EI bert L Morgan charged with wreck ing the Friendly W Va First Na tional larik was sentenced to a fiv year term in the state penitentiary Judge A G Dayton in the United 1States court here KYApplies Brake When Rear Coa Plunges Down Grade Danville Ill Jan 15Presence mind on the part of Arthur Hill an actor prevented a collision between a special train on which a theatrical troupe was traveling from Urbana to Danville and a freight Hill was standing on the rear platform when a drawbar broke and theicoach started down grade at 40 milesI an hour As it rounded a curve he saw a train approaching and quickly tofhe it telegraffiph re slightly injureddMeet to Discuss Good Roads 15Delegatbe es are asser quto roads The delegates were chos from names suggested by members of the legislature and the discussion will be free and open by men whoI are conversantwith conditions in this and other states Parker House Rolls fresh every oiorning at Winchester Bakery Bhone248 3 l156t tt t j 13i PRIZE JiiiBRIi AtRmES LexingtonThursday 2500 LEXINGTON Ky Jan 15The winningjacksclosed yesterday when Mr Nunnelly proprietor of the breedingM establishment for jacks and saddle horses of Greendalepartedowner winningjackDoctor 1000 and Kentucky Dlam moth 1000 to Mr Ed Thompson an extensive Acceded of jacks and saddle horses of Gundy county Mo In the saleof General Woods Ken tucky loses one of the grandest jacks ever bred within the borders of the itthlished an enviable reputation in the show rings of several States being odcups anc tilde thi1907 over 137 of the finest jacks in the country Both The Doctor andentucky animalO s bliesto be congratulated for the selection he has made especially in General Woods who undoubtedly will con time to win fame for himself and Kentucky in his new home URYiiRETllRiSr L85Og VERDICT Misses Broomfields Secure Judgment Against Buerson Estate The jury in the case of the Misses Broomfields EIbdred Duerson returned a before geThe next case begun was the eas Mrs Kate Blackwell against the in which Mrs Buck el1 is suing for 150000 for injuries received b over a stake that the cif w Sason Jackson street about a year ago STEAM PIPES STANDo sIDE REST REQUIRED Grant Witt and Company Installed Apparatus in e Chris tian Church The steam pipes and apparatus that were installed in the new Christian church by the well1m own plumb firm of Grant Witt and Company ii ere tested Wednesday morning for hne aMr Witt has received the contract for the steam and plumbing work on the new depot at CorKn THIS IS THETIME OF TH YEAR FOR ACCIDENTS ArID SICK AdACCIDENT AND SICK BENEFIT POLICY IT IS THE BESTOW THE MARKET JOUETTS INS COMPANY 71Y r+ BODY TIED ON TRACK Conductor is Murdered an Placchon a TrainofCATLETTSBTJRG Ky Tan 15 W A Anderson a conductor on the Catlettsburg R Pikeville branch of the Chesapeake dhio was murder and robbed and his body placed on a railroad trestle in hopes it would give the appearance of his having been lulled bv a train There is no clew to the identity of the murderers Anderson had been paid off an with his money in his packet started on a railroad velocipede in tl- irection to of Pikeyille That was tl last seen of him alive On that eve uiug a band of colored men who tive returning fconms lodge meeting found railss genet as heard a freight train coming Finally how ever they succeeded in signaling the train and it was stopped just as ti front wheels of the engine were abd to run over the body Mrs Anna Simon is now the guest of Mrs Vie Bloomfield whoe she will be glad to see her mar l friendr r f r GLASS STRIKE P iqCONTINUED rrses New Com 1 ine EANS LOWEST WAGES Says Workers Can Not Possibly Ben efit by Agreement Entered Into by Independent Manufacturers lumbus Meeting and f Only Originali Is to Keep Up Fight Aong LinesNew Glass Makng May Be Introduced Cleveland 0 Jan 15 Declaring P Terand lower wages than glass workers ver worked for under the sliding scale President Faulkner of the Na tional Windowglass Workers said at organization could not counte nace the plans proposed at the Co lumbus meeting of manufacturers in the formation of the Imperial Glass independentsMr Faulkner returned from Colum with information that the organ named had through committees agreed upon a forfeit of 100 manufacturers uponanprice of 9030 single strength and 9040 double strength President Faulkner asserted that the workers could derive no benefit whateveV under this arrangement- and could do nothing other than con tinue the fight along the lines inaug urated when the strike of the glass workers was called COMBINE COMPLETED Independents Organize Imperial Win dowglass Company Columbus 0 Jan 15After two of conference and argument tver terms of consolidation window lass manufacturers in their meeting BeImperial Windowglass company which will include in its personnel practically every manufacturer of hand blown windowglass in the United tates will be launched The capitalization of the company its officers and other details DOutw Thenare located in West Virginia and Pennsylvania are heard from the final touches will be put on the new corporation The committee in charge of organization will soon announce the tei of the merger and also the capitaliza lion basis on which the output of the factories will be taken etc It also is said that with the completion of the consolidation will come the announcement of a new glassmaking machine which will enable the new corporation to compete with the American Windowglass company along the lines of machinemade glass as well as in the handblown glass trade Pending the completion of the consolidation the question of the new asEare closed down by the strike of the workmen and when the new organization is completed then the sub ject of a settlement will be taken up Under present conditions in the glass trade the owners of many of the fac- torieS are not anxious tooperate and both Messrs Faulkner and Burns leaders of the rival organizations of workmen were unable to obtain any official conference with employers CHARRED BODY fOUND IndTopeka Kan Jan 15With walls blackened by smoke bulging to thec danger point and threatening to cave in at any time on an interior of utter ruin all that remains of the Cope land hotel the rallying point of tho Republican party of Kansas for years is a mero hulk of a building The body of I E Lambert exUni ed States district attorney for Kan sas was found in the ruins with tuek head arms and legs burned off Four teen of the guests were more or less hurt A W Smith of McPherson be adKing Receives Sperry leRome Jan 16King Victor Em manuel received Rear Admiral audiencetHis majesty conversed in English for more than half an hour The voyage of the fleet he regarded as a most remarkable achievement He had followed its movements even to details The king expressed his deep appreciation for irewhat America had done for Italy in whotttThe Italian people would never forget the unanimous manifestation of the Amer lean government and the American nation down to the humblest citizen 4 J OPERA HOUSE Friday Jan 15th THE DANDY IXIE MINSTRELS AND THE COTTON PICKERS BAND BEST 40 BETS Sure Enough Dandiest Real Darkey Minstrel Show in the World Bar None f BILLY KBRSANDS IN TJHE ESSENCE OF OLE VIRGiKNY HE CITYBIG WATCH FOR THE PARADEA- nd the Noonday and Night BAND CONCERTS Bush has them e GAS fQEATERS AND RArGESIFAVORITE STOVES EST in tHe World BUSH ontheCorner PUBLIC SALE OF AIRYOUTFIThursday i At 10 oclock A Mf on the W SJ Massin farm nppr city on the Knckervillo pike I wi usfollows15 Good Cows some will be fres dayOne Hull IS Weanling Calves Milk Wagon good as new 1 Set Heavy Harness 25 Dozen Bottle Aerator Cans Etc H A JONAS BUSH Auctioneor THE RACKET STORE has a Nice Line of Lace and Hamburg on sale I am selling SOc Corsets for 35c this week Come in and ge some of the big bargains Se my lOc line I have a big stock of everything Come to see me GOOD LOGGING TIDE LEXINGTON Ky Jan 1JRailli- s falling throughout Eastern Ken tucky to day melting the heavy snow to some extent tis expected to cause a ribv erst first Oahe winter season CLASSIFIED COLUMN Classified Per Word Onehalf v cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per cale tder 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 v rateeFor 250 lines or more teatsline a FOR RENT House on Bucktier street THORNTON Iv WILLS 115tf FOR SALE Grocery and meat hop paying business Terms reason able Address W A B this office timTiCOLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home Ahone 65- 4112Imo FOR RENTHouse for rent corner of slain and Hickman Apply Dr J E Vaug- htl134t I FOR SALEEight S ares of Peo pies State Bank stock Inquire at cffice 13 3 ffi FOR SALEI have seven nice 3ln L glish bull pups for sale at reason able prices Ba glad to have you can and see them DENNIS AN IELS 12 S Highland lllGftf FOR SALECheap graphophone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf FOR SALEAnother lot of Edison perfectI100 Write or telephone for list of titles to 48 Winn avenue Home Jhillips SEWING WANTED My sister and I have recently been turnedout of a house which we thought be longed to us We are exceedingly livingWeing given to us to do and would do it faithfully MARY BROOM FIELD 363 S Main street l2r33 FOR RENT Cottage with gas wat er and bath Corner N Main street and Holly avenue Apply to Mrs C E WISH 1133t llOUNDLadys black belt Owner can have same by calling at News advertiseIi1219tf WANTED SiiatnuoohiEr manicur ing massaging Save your comb inns for braids rats puffs Call R B Woodfords residence Home 1nipRSHEEP FOR SALEOn account ot bad health I will sell 75 good grade ewes due to lamb right awayWR TUTTLE Home phone 421 2 rings 176t FOR SALE An 0 K Jewell cook stove foal Good condition sell cheap 341 E Broadway tor E Tenn phone 164 115HV rEDWARDS INTRODUCES BILL i FOR A BOONS MONUMENT WASHINGTON Jan 15 JRepre sentative Edwards of Kentucky in trodueed a bill yesterday to appro priate 7500 to erect a monument to Daniel Boone at Cumberland Gap where the State lines of Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia join iL t Eagle Casting CoINCORPORATED I WINCHESTER KY r r z MANUFACTURERS OF Gay Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Alluminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTSr FOR r I All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes F G CORNELL l Gen l Fiax ta err J 2 Wj a1 1 t