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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tiT 4 i 1L Edition r l NO 94 KY MONDAY 1190Q i A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEi II THOSE THREE BOYS Several of cur friends have responded to The Kcws appeal for help in clothing three little boys so that they may be able to attend school Help came be fore the ink was dry t Satur days paper But we have heard of others as the result of that appeal You who are comfortable this wintry weather remem ber the less fortunate Your mall contribution will not be missed by you but it will da world of good for the unfortun ateWinchester this rich city of comfortable homes and pros perous business men should not Sallow single sufferer within its limits Send in little help cr telephone that you want to do your mite and we will attend to the rest New WORST OF GOLD PAST Temperature is Slcvly Moderating Gas Pressure is Very Low The backbone of the cold snap seems to be broken Warmer woath er is promised for JMonclay night and Tuesday A continually rising tem perature is promised by the weather bureau As cold as it has been Saturday Sunday and Monday the thermometer never reached zero Monday morning the lowest reported was above The weather of Sunday and Mon day was far more agreeable than Saturday There was hardly anv either days The natural gas ly was exceedingly low Many were made of an inability the stores and houses In in Lexington Mr Rees gas company gave on the fol x lowing statement Word has been received here froth the gas fields that all six of the high pressure pumps are working con stantly furnishing as direct to this city but the fault with the plant is that two of the four low pressure pumps which furnish gas to the high pressure pumps are not working These have not been working for some little time but previous to this cold wave these two pumps have been sufficient to furnish gas for the citys consumption When the cold snap came the demand on the mains was more than the Iillii10w pressure pumps could and consequently the supply was soon ex hausted Expert Now on the Ground There is an expert now on the grotmd at the pumping station and he is dojng everything that he can to get the two low pressure pumps that are t not now working back into service as soon as possible If the present cold weather lasts we will be able to handle the situation within a few days and if it does not we will be all right anyhow There will be no difficulty experienced after this week as think that this will be sufficient time to get these two pumpss in working order The streetcar has been out of commission since Friday Much com plaint has been made as it is felt that the tracks could easily have been cleared before this V WORK is SUSPENDED On K of P and F and A M Building On Account of the Weather Work on the K of P and arid A M fraternity building has been suspended for a while on account of the weather The building is e lectI ed to be completed about the last of March or the first of April NATURAL GAS Natural gas is all right except when you need it mighty bad In pleasant weather it heats beautifully but in the cold weather of the last few days it is a miserable failure In Lexington the users of gas suf l fered more than they did in Win J ehetser We have heard the gas company promising for the last few years that things would be better but they never improve when the J cold snap comes J 1 J J J v v- v t LAR EST CIRLiJLATION IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY s v s TIIE TITOWINCHESTER IIVOL 1 WINCHESTER FEBRUARY 2 CENTS n a a a phonejJI WEATHER 4 ftnd I HEAVY SNOb- YPROVEBENEFIl TO Growing Grain Helped and Fruit Not Injured as Was at First Feared With eveQ pro pect for a splendie year for crops as a result of the time ly coming of the heavy snow the far mers of Clark county are jubilant From all sections of the country come reports that the outlook couldnotbe better and that the outlook for t bumper crop is good x The pleasant weather almost like Aprilwhich immediately preceded the severe weather of the7 pli 1t ewI days was fast bringing thc 4 fruit and shade forward to the budding stage and had not the cold snap come just at this timobut a little later the damage would have Been In eparable Fi it Has Not Been Injtre As it is the fruit has not beery hurt Mt tU iiiforihablion obtainable but to the contrary tile general health of the trees has beet materially aided In some sec linn it was though t tha s possibly- the peaches were slightly damaged but an examination of the trees in di HcstIH contrary The jjiow which accompanied the cold spell has beery of great benefit to the growing wheat The ground beneath is not frozen and the covering of snow is of great protection to the young shoots The show when it melts will give the necessary moist ure to start the wheat growing nicely Farmers Harvest Ice Today- It is expected that nearly every farmer in the county will be out bright and early this morning cutting and hauling the winters Supply of ice The poiuls everywhere are frozen The ice is thick but is not of a very good quality There is too much snow in it but the farmers generally will harvest a sup binplyg willing to take a clianae for better ice latei on The last week has been one of ideal weather for the hemp breakers and the farmers who grew the crop this yeTTT generally took advantage ot the open weather to get a great deal of this work done and out of the wayThe hemp fields were full f men all during the time of pleasant weather The snow has stopped the work in the fields for the time be- however and until it goes away there will be no more breaking Best Winter For Years farnetone of the best if not the best for the rowing crops that has been exper ienced in the county during the past thirty years Up to a recent date the weather has been remarkably pen and mild allowing farmers the opportunity of doing a great deal of their spring work Everywhere most jf the farmers have finished their lowing which usually is done during March and April They are now about ready for spring planting when the weather breaks for such work The large majority afft sanguine of ne of the greatest crop years that las ever been experienced in the his ory of the State The only thing hat can now retard farm work is an excess of rain during f spring uonths between nowand Aprilwhich tfouJd throw the farmers behind in heir planting as it did last spring TOBACCO CONSUMERS LOOKING TO KENTUCKY lepartment of Agriculture Shows Why Quality in State is Better- WASHINGTON D C Feb 1 Tobacco consumers over a grentpart- of the world will conftttue to lookas lacy have some time past to Kentucky and the bordering States for heir supply of the fragrant weed ac lording to a bulletin issued by the Department of Agriculture on the cul ivation of tobacco in Kentucky and Tennessee Kentucky and the bordering States iroduce annually 376647000 pounds of tobacco more than onehalf the production in the United States and one pnornotion This tobacco in quality is peculiar 1y confined on account of soiLandl- imatiic conditions to the areamamr de co WHITE STAR LINERS THAT FIGURED IN SEA DISASTER ANC RESCUES This picture shows the White Star liner Baltic steaming into New York with the passengers of the Republic and the Florida which were in collision off Nantucket The picture of the Republic wastaien by a passenger on- board the Florida while that ship was standing by the Republic and while the last named vessel was sinking Captain Scnlby and the mate of the Ire public stayed on board the ship until she sank HELP intAUDITORIUMTUESDAY NIGHT Messrs Scoboe Have Donated All Proceeds To The Kings Dauplte Girls Basket Ball Teams Will PJay Good Game lr On Tuesday night the Auditoriuir Skating Rink will be turnedover tc the Kings Daughters and the entire proceeds of the ticket sales will be given to them to be used for the bene fit of poor and helpless that aresuf fering from the extreme cold weather in Winchester All coraplimentaries of every kind will be cancelled on that night and everyone who attends willbe expect ed to pay the admission price which will be ten cents The employes of the rink have agreed to furnish their services for this good cause free of any charge and they will like everyone else pay the admission price to get inn is said that there is less Offer ing among the poor in Winchester this year than there has been in sometime but there have still been very many pathetic cases among the poor where they have suffered extremely from the recent cold spell and need reliefand need it badly It is up to the people of Winchester to respond to this call and help relieve these conditions Few of the people four town who are in comfortable circumstances when they go home at night to a warm fire plenty to eat and a warm R1R PERRY LEAVES FOR I LA MEETING Will Be in Session at Kansas City Tuesday and Wednesday of This Week Mr R R Perry left Sunday to at tend the twentyfourth annual meet big ot the Executive Committee of the National Editorial Association of which li is a member The session convenes at Kansas City February 2 There will also be a side trip of the committee to Topeka The commit tee will leave Kansas City February 2 at 10 a m and will return to Kansas City Wednesday morning A banquet will be given the committee Tuesday night- Wednesday morning will be the ex ecutive meeting of the committee At the completion of this meeting the association will be the guests of the Commercial Club of Kansas City Among other things to be considered will be the meeting place of the organization this year which is expected to be Seattle v v i t t place to sleep ever think of the poor and suffering who may not be two blocks away from vthemi While the suffering among the poor in Win Chester may not ljcf 4many in num her as they are in other cities or as large as they have been here in other years they are equally as distress ing In nearly all the other cities there has been a great deal of charity workdone in the pat few days since the severe cold spell struck the country but this is one of the first stepS to be taken in Winchester to relieve her suffering poor and the people should not be slow to respond to this generous offer made by the Messrs Scobee proprietors of the rink They should come out and enjoy the eve ning and at the same time help a good cause If you cant come send your admission price It will help out some Remember the Kings Daughters help all who need it regardless of church affiliations or nationality and when you contribute it will not be alr given to any one church or nationality t Girls basket ball teams have agreed to play a game of basket ball to help entertain those wlifL attend r BRADLEY SPECIAL TO LEAVE ON MARCH 2 Fare From Winchester td Washington Including Everything Will Be 3150 =The Bradley Special which will carryall Kentucldans who wish to witness the inaugural of President Taft will leave Louisville March 2 at 9 a m arriving in Washington March 3at 7 tu m returning it will leave Washington March 5 at9 p m arriving in Louisville March 6 at 7 p m It will be a solid yestibuled train of sleepers and ladies will be taken care of and everything cone to contribute to the comfort of the trip The total cost from Winchester aud return including sleeping car privileges fare with privilege of sleeping on car in Washington will not exceed 3150 All are invited whether Republican or Democrat j j Mr Jpe QBrfen spent unday in Lexington i I t yi f t 4 EDITOR FALLS UNDER TRAIN WML Wou son of American Piess InjuredRight Foot is Amputated a rYonkers N YM Feb 1While attempting to board strain air the Glen wood station of the New York Central William L Woodson editor or the American Press fell and was injured by the moving wheels His right foot was amputated at the sta tion and at St Johns Riverside hOs- pital to which he was taken it was found that amputation of the leg below the knee was necessary He was badly injured about the head and sustained other injuries but displayed wonderful fortitude which the physicians say will materially assist him in recovering from the shoe of the accident Mr Woodsons paper the American Press is issued from the main office of the American Press Association in New York He has been connecter years1comingAtlanta branch of which he was manI agerMr Woddson was formerly one or the best known newspaper men in the south He is a native of Virginia but lived also in Georgia and other southern states edIStrawberry Crop Ru Atlanta Ga Feb 1With tne thermometer h vering around 15 degree above zero previous records were broken in Atlanta and reports receiv ed here indicate that the cold snap was general throughout Georgia Alabama and Florida The lowest perature recorded in Atlanta was 10I above While the orohardists the cpld weather will be of believeI ble benefit to the pech crop gia reports indicate that strawberries and vegetables have been practically ruined as far south as toe northern dart of Florida COlD CONTINUES TODAY sSIHlgherTemperature Washington Feb 1The cold wave continues to hold that part of the country east of the Mississippi with in Its grasp and although iow tern peratures occurred freezing tempera tures being recorded as far south at central Florida fair weather condi tions have revailedgenerally Warm er conditions are reported west ofI the Mississippi Cold weather will continue today ii the Atlantic states and lower lake region followed by rising tempera ture Tuesday In the central valleys the upper lake region and the gulf states temperatures will rise while over the western half of the country they will change but little- Steamer Weems Is Safe Baltimore Feb IAll fear that the steamer reported from Elizabeth City N C as having foundered oil Diamond shoals might be the Theo dore Weems of the Baltimore and Carolina Steamship company was dispelled when the Weems was reported passing in the capes BROWN TAKES CHARGE Change In New York Central Manage ment Effectlv Today New York Feb1With the open ing of business today at the offices of the New York Central Hudson River railroad the system has a new head William H Newman the out going president retires to make place for William C Brown who was elect ed president of the road on Jan 6 The promotion of Mr Brown will make no change in the personnel of the vice presidents of the road im mediately Mr Newman will continue as a member of the board Mr Brown was formerly senior vice president of the road Physician Found Dead Chicago Feb 1 Dr R H Hoi yoke a physician of Lincoln Neb was found dead in his room at the WindsorClifton hotel His death is believed to have been caused by poi soning and the police are investigating the theory that he accidentally took an overdose of medicine NO ONE ESCAPED Natives Describe Avalanche Which Destroyed Moroccan Village Ceuta Morocco Feb tNatlve accounts cf the avalanche which occurred at Romara say it came dur ing the night and was preceded by loud subterranean noises which threw the inhabitants into panic A sudden and terrible shock occurred and huge oc s swept down com pletely buIjlng the village None of the s vexaL hundred inhabitants had time to eacapc I f 0 r f JJ J t w WEATHER 1 Fair Tonight Tuesday Ris ri inn TemperatureI VL +MMIN INIW BANISH TYPHO1Dl FROM THE ARMY Wholesale Vaccination Will Be Un dertaken Not to BejCompulsory Washington Feb 1 Immunization against typhoid in army camps by vaccination is to be undertaken by the military authorities The whole matter is to be frankly put before the army acid individuals are to be invited to volunteer for vaccination No soldier or officer will be compelled to submit to antityphoid vaccination against his will but an effort will be made by lectures and examples tag show the soldiers the advantage of availing themselves of such a simple and easy wasof escaping one of tho worst and most dreaded of army camp diseases These measures are to be taken af result of the recommendations ot Ia board of eminent physicians ap to consider measures for preventing typhoid fever in army camps It was named at the instant of Brig adier General Robert M OReilly then surgeon general of the armyr and included in its membership wera Drs Victor C Vaughan of Ann Arbor William T Councilman of Boston John H Musser of Philadelphia Alexander Lamber of New York Simon Flexner of New York and William S Thayer of Baltimore- A summary of the boards conclu sions was made public This points out the well known fact that both during the civil and the Spanish American wars typhoid fever prevail ed to a great extent among the troops especially among the younger men In regiments recently recruited Old soldiers were not often affected and as regiments learned how to take care of themselves the disease tended to diminish It has long been recognized says the report that a person who has oncelidd typhoid is practically in sured against a second attack and the medical profession has now found in antityphoid vaccination a simple and harmless way of artificially in ducing almost the same amount of protection It is a very simple clean and harmless method and a mere trifle compared to the danger to life cr the long illness and expense of an attack of the fever In the last few years 15000 men have been treated in this way with excellent effect and without a single untoward result LANGLEY INTRODUCES BILL House Today Gets Measure to Pee vent Interstate Liquor Shipments Washington Feb 1 Representa tive Lahgley of Kentucky today introduced the interstate liquor shipment bill prepared by the AntiSaloon League of America to obviate the ob jection of unconstitutionality urged against the LIttlefleld bill The objection to the Littlefield bill was that it made interstate shipments of liquor subject to state laws immediately upon crossing the boundary which was claimed by its opponents to be an attempted delegation of congressional power and therefore un constitutionalThe provides for di rectexercise of congressional power by itself prohibiting the shipment or transportation of liquor to any state territory or district of the Unite States or part of the same where such shipment could not legally be made within the same It is designed to protect both prohibition states and dry territory within local option states GAP IS FILLED Cleveland and Cincinnati to Be Con t nected by Trolley This Week Cleveland 0 Feb 1By the corn pletion this week of a trolley line between Seville and Ashland 0 a gap is closed which makes possible continuous trolley travel between Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati and Inj danapolis By Feb 10 there will bat inaugurated through limited service between Cleveland and Mansfield making direct trolley connections with Columbus Dayton Cincinnati and Indianapolis Later in the year through limited service between Cleveland and Colunibus will b e es tablishedt rChlof the University of Chicago established a new worlds indoor polevault record of 11 feet 8 38 inches at ha fifteenth annual handicap track meet given by the First Regiment Athletic association Sails Under Sealed Orders New York Feb tThe battleship New Hampshire steamed out to seat under sealed orders The destination of the ship or the reason nor the apr parent hurry orders were not math public r f ii I i t it ii t I I dr i j + t P r t y Pile Twn Tub WINCHESTER ME1NSsuu r Oc I rClark County INCORPORATED ConsfcructionCo l Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year Road On the Basis of and the of Business Methods 9 we solicit the construc tion and of all kinds and of roads public or pri vate streets or alleys and Stone on Saw We purchase Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sellIsame in any The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and 4 J CALL ON ELSONThebyday TransferMan if you wantI your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 339 ROXA COLA I Try itnow on sale at Eidwells Napoleons Bible xAn Italian journalist has the copy of duringtitsElba It is a copy of a cheap popular wooddita backAthe Inference is that the exiled emperor searched the Scriptures for pas ftges appropriate to his misfortune Wad his hopeSHI will smite the shep scatteredllsperhaps irhe Bible was discovered in the sanc dory of the Madonna del Monte In ba A Blissful Supposition Miss Black Mr Brown does you Snow what a bird of paradise 181 Vr 35rown Well of cose I doesnt know Yoh sure but when I gits ter de nex worr 1 wouldnt be a hit surprise ter s lskuvah dat It Vras a spring chicken Illustrated BILL iy i t i f J 1-rt r No canI cost the Farmers as much as a poor one i Equipment application Economical repairing conditions Crushed Building Always Dynamite quanitydesired satisfaction guaranteed A Stitch in Time saves nine If theres anything shaky or loose or missing in the body of your carriage consult t us today Neglect now may mean more expense later We are experts at carriage repairing and execute all orders at short notice to your entire satisfac tion L STROTHER SCOTT Fresh Fro Is and Fresh Groceries Cigars Tobaccos Oysters and I2rMiKe Joseph 36 IsT Maiu St murketlN 129lr The Office Boy Instructs Contributor 1 should like to leave these poems with your editor What Is the usual procedure I havent done any magazine work before Office Boy Well the usual custom Is to leave em an call back in a day or so an git emExchange In taro Dark Uncle JoeYes Teddy it is quite possible that there are people In the moon Little Teddy Well what becomes of them when there isnt any moon Savage Caller Sir Iaim collecting for the poets hospital Will you contribute anything Editor With pleasure Call tonight with the ambulance anti I will have som poets reedy r Jedf WItw how to lezeeal Nc OleTfrJ1 e eAochefeurjwtuli R 1a noor fOn BOWLING Greatest Season In History of Game Now In Progress TWO BIG TOURNEYS COMING Pittsburg Busy Preparing For Amen can Bowling Congress Tournament Feb 20 to March 20 National Asso ciation In New York May 4 This season the game of tenpins has come to be recognized as the national winter pastime Ten years ago a state ment of this kind would hate been received with a smile of incredulity To day the enthusiastic tenpin artists can bowl a game Of tenpins in any city from Boston to San Francisco and from Montreal to the City of Mexico No other athletic sport with the possible exception of baseball has shown anything like an equal growth or has so much capital invested in its promotion Probably every business trade and profession and the majority of fraternal orders are represented In five man teams at our different state and na tional tournaments The newspapers themselves have learned that the vast majority of their readers demand of them the bowling news of the country Beyond these facts there Is a more important feature which Is being rap o naY SERIWIAKN PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN BOWIiING CONGRESS idly developed and without doubt will soon culminate in a national league into which the best bowler will be congregated into teams representing the largest cities of our country This has already been tried in the east with considerable success there being both the interstate and the east ern leagues which each have eight cities in their circuit In New York New Jersey and Connecticut but the great desire of the bowlers through out this vast country is to see the east and the west in such contests as are now on in and around New York Two great buildings have been secured for the two recognized national tournaments namely the Madison Square Garden New York which tournament starts on May 4 is to be fitted out with twentyfour bowling alleys which are to be installed for the exclusive purpose of holding its national tournament in the middle west the American bowling congress will hold its tournament in the Du quesne Gardens at Pittsburg begin ning Feb 20 and ending March 20 on sixteen alleys Meetings have been planned and a national organization is being dis cussed with a national commission which will roll the game of tenpins similar to the present national base princIpallyIsociation in the east that the games of tenpins has been unimpeded in Its 1TheDer by of the bowling world is the pre tenuous title given to the next annual tournament of the National Bowling associationThe is to be held under the auspices of the United Tournament company at Madison Square Garden New York and will run for three weeks starting on May 4 Twenty four alleys are to be installed with all the latest devices including an aerial scoring system by the aid of which the work of each player can be fol lowed by the spectators The winning team in the five men event will be guaranteed a prize of 1000 and other prizes in all three of the events will be in proportion It is figured that New York city will furnish possibly 500 five man teams for the tourney The New York Bowling association president has authority to appoint a committee of a hundred hew Yerkers who will act as a cora aclrtee ef arrangement to cooperate with the committee which will run the tournament PreporattoBB art under way fa PUb burg to make the annual meeting ef the American bowling congress that Is scheduled for Duquesne Gardens from Feb 20 to March 26 a great smccew Abe lAHtry secretary of the associa tion wk rtw the 1908 tourney la Cia cinntti Is now in charge of the tent ing event Although the tournament still weeks off the project has assumed definite form The opening week will be for Greater Pittsburg and wo men bowlers the eeconct week will be Tfee1fIiand fraternal rg nizati v r c ODD EPITAPHS The Tombstone Inscription Willed by an Ardent Republican At Attica In the little burying ground Is the grave of Nathaniel GrlgsbjC He died In 1890 and was a man of much force He had a war record serving as second lieutenant in Company G Tenth Indiana cavalry Grigsby was an ardent Republican He stood by the G O P at all times and even In death This epitaph is on his tombstone n Through this inscription 1 wish to enter my dying protest against what Is called the Democratic party I have watched it closely since the days of Jackson and know that all the mis fortunes of our nation have come to it through this so called party Therefore be ware of this party of treason Grlgsbys heirs did not want this inscription to go on the tombstone but the lawyer declared that the will provided that it must be used and the family had to agree But the Inscription is headed with a line that Grigs bys will made the epitaph mandatory- At Lincoln is a very odd tombstone A traveling man of that town who had been on the road many years and was quite eccentric framed an epitaph that is decidedly original He died several years ago and a traveling bag hewn out of marble stands at the head of his grave On one side of the bag is this line Here is where Bill stopped last Kansas City Journal A VISION ON THE VELDT The Form on the Rocks That Con fronted the Soldier I thought I saw a form of some kind between the bowlders I jumped to the conclusion that it was a soldier In one second it had vanished I chdl lenged but got no answer Those pieces of rock seemed to terrify me I advanced toward them but saw nothing I retired back and took up my position leaning on my rifle My eyes went again to the same place and there standing between the two bowl ders was the butline of a woman brought my rifle to the present covering the form which stood before met saw her walk from one piece of rock to the other aeltIonback toward me I again advanced to where she stood When I had got to within forty or fifty yards of her I saw her turn round and look straight at me with a careworn and sorrowful face 1Then I saw and knew who she was It was my own mother I was not mistaken for she walked within a few yards of me at the same time looking me dead in the face She then turned about and walked to the two pieces r rock and I saw no more of her Abon three weeks after I received a letter from home telling me of her death and burialA Grenadiers South African Reminiscence in Occult Review Gambling For Maids Many queer reasons are advanced by servant girls for losing a place said the manager of the employment bureau but the queerest I have ever heard was given by a girl who blew in here last week Her late mistress was a bridge fiend One day for the want of money to bet she and her friends played with their maids for stakes At the end of the game eat h woman considered herself in honor bound to stick to her agreement awl an attempt was really made to swap servants according to the ups and downs of the game Some of the girls thus raffled off changed places willing ly enough but that client of mine refused to be swapped and hustled around hunting a new job4New York Sun Roughon His Lordship Acarpenter in an English town hav ing neglected to make a gibbet that had been ordered by the hangman on the ground that he had not been paid for the last one he had erected gave so much offense that the next time the judge came to the circuit he was sent for Fellow said the judge in a stern tonehow came you to neglect mak ing the gibbet that was ordered on my account 41 Humbly beg yourpardon replied the carpenter Had I known It was for your lordship It would have been done immediately The Wave of Indulgence Indulgence nowadays is very much exaggerated We have even come to admire clever thieves and as long as we are not the victims of the theft we are quite enthusiastic for the rogue who shows great cunning and daring in his crimes He is almost a hero in our and we call him a genius Paris Figaro He Discovered Why Mr Oldboy Why do you bring so mneh water Tommy I merely asked for a rlrhk- TommyI thought youd need more than a glassful cause sister said you was the driest old stick she ever knew lllmstrated Bib Mostly Dawn Brown expatiating on the merits of his latest bargain in motors I dont say shes much to look vat but you Fhould see the way she takes a hill Friend callously Up or downLon don Punch i Nature never did betray the heart tnatlov d her Barrow J i J t hQ tie question Then at the top and one desires it at the bottom also placed quilled ribbon chiffon or net matching the pelt The neckband hooks in the back under a huge bow of ribbon Very attractive too are the collars of black chiffon edged at the top with a line of ostrich feather band ingOne could keep on writing endlessly about the neckwear but I really must tell you about a collar of ermine made by a clever girl who has more brains than money This young lady had an ermine muff that had survived her in fantile days in a good state of preser vation This pelt she determined to make Into one of the new neckbands With this end In view she cut a paper pattern of a collar whose shape was similar to that of the old storm af fair that stood up high and close in the back and sloped down in front This modern collar though crossed In front in tiny laps like the velvet rib bon one wears at ores neck The pattern was laid en tie skin sfde of the ermine and cut with a sharp razor allowing for a rIght turning in Edg ing the collar nIl around was an inch wide quilling of black satin ribbon and at the top extending a little be yond the black peeped a kilting of gold tissue and above this a quilling of creamy lace The effect was charm ing aid French to a degree and all for the price of the trimming and a little white satin used for the lining Doesnt this idea suggest possibilities of Qtneckbands to you 1 I reckon it wouldnt be up to date for a fashion scribe not to mention something In the directoire style But who said the directoire gown was new Its about three centuries old and these figures are conservative It recently came to light that Parlslennes borrowed the sheath gown Idea from Burma where it has been the national costume forcenturies One hears too that in the orient as in America the sheath skirt opening at the side Is losing favor and the closed jupe is coming into popularity In fact the directcire gown Is being brought down to the simplicity of the tailored frock At a matinee last Saturday a young society matron was wearing with her mauve crepe de chine gown a direc toire Scat of black satin lined with violet ottoman sikThe coat cut up at the sides and one wasI fascinating glimpses of the colored ing The same shade of mauve was repeated in thefeathersof the large black silk hat This repetition of color in coat lining and hat is one of the new ideas of the season AMY VAENUM New York New Plant Holder A new shaped basket holding a pot containing a growing flowering plant AN EFFECT HT BROXZE GREEN or a fern is seen in the illustration The basket Is colored a dull bronze green A well grown maidenhair fern of a very light green shade fitted in a basket of this description looks un commonly well on a breakfast table and is so much more novel than the ordinary china flowerpot The color ing of the basket being so artistic care should always be taken to have nice fresh green moss daintily placed In the top of the basket These trifles add so much to the general effect Tools For Sewing Room No cnecnhaccomplish good results in any kind of work If she has not the proper tools with which to work If the sewing room Is furnished neatly and comfortably twice the amount of work can be accomplished One of the absolute necessities for every sewing room is a small kitchen table painted white Into the drawer may be put scissors chalk tape measures and oth er small articles that are Indispensable in the sewing room This table can be used to lay the gocds on while cutting out garments and it will be found a great help when it comes to basting seams and hems of skirts and other garments The sewing room should be furnish ed with a low chair for use when at the sewing machine as a high chair is most uncomfortable making one lean over and strain the back A large mirror also is necessary for when one is fitting ones own clothes this will be found most convenient A great many tteps will be saved if a roomy waste basket a dustpan and broom are kept handy fllsoI Care of the Hands This is the time of year to commence taking care of the hands to make them less susceptible to chapping etc Each night before retiring rub into the hands some cold cream lard will do Swell to remove all the grime that may have accumulated during theday Remove the cream that has not been absorbed by the pores and wash thor oughly with plenty of soap and water Then rub Sato the hands all the glycer in and rosewater they will absorb This treatment should be continued l1tUy for some time and they will al warsbesoft clean and white 1 4d I YSis i Keitfckv fr Avoiding to the last census Ken tuokv hasa population of 2147174 The Area is 40400 square mile 4CQ of wh ch is water river border Un as on the East North and West The streams wthin the State as e rule hadio the South East and flow in a North Westerly direction this fact retarded the construction of rail roads and th development of our re yerrsTbewere built from the East andwent over the more love territories North of th3 Ohio river and South of the Oumberand Mountains In those days here was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Noi that the demand bas increased ran roads have been built aid others an contemplated that will develop ou resources It wouli seem that kind providence has held in resenr our almost inexhaustible utilities unt a time when they are most needed D the country 0 ir of timber imited but there is enough to If for many years to come We have a coal area of ove fiftei thousand square railed encugh io sur ply the world Othor minerals awal development Natural gas and oil in nay ng quan tities are being developed n many local ities plopleIproportion to population Good people regardless of politics or religion are always welcome Clark Coolty Land acres 158176 Land assessment S5452120 Value of real and personal property including franchises 10940898 Tax rate for all county purposes SCcts on the hundred dollars The foot hills of the mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky river on the South forms the county line for a distance of twenty five miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has extensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across the county Chesapeake Ohio Louis ville Nashville and Lexington Eastern Blue Grass is a natural product Un cultivated land will set itself in Blue grass Crops of timothy and clover can be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain crops Tobacco is raised in large quantities All fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profitM populartionCIRCUIT COURT 1st Monday in April 2nd Monday in September 1st Monday in December iBCOUNTY COURT 4th Monday in each month QUARTERLY COURT 3rd Tuesday in each month r III COUNTY OFFICERS J H Evans Judge r S A Jeffries Attorney toward Hampton Sheriff J A Boone County Clerk W T Fog Circuit Clerk Roger Quisen berry Assessor W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart JailorJI Brinegar Coroner JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 1st Dist J C Richards 2nd Dist J Scott Renick t3rd Dist Eli Dooley 4th Dist J E Ramsey 5th Dint Robert True 6th Dist F F Goodpaster t 7th Dist Ben fi Wills t JWinchester County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5964 The city has over elaped the corporate limits and now hua population that should be included in the limits of eight thousand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Licking rivers has andlightsdid graded schools and numeroup churches The Kent11ckyWesley n College la located at Winchester The fire de theStatepropertyincludingthree million dollars The tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty cents for city and forty cents for schools The C 0 L Nand L fc E railroads center at Winchester the shippingfacilitiescation for factories New concerm are given five years exemption from taxation The CtJmmercal Olub wm take pleasure in giving information CITY OFFICKBS j J A Hughes Mayor v S B Tracey Clerk F H Haggard ttorne 4 tJudgeRiland r N H Witherspoon Treasurer jr v J D Soualey Assessor POLICE Mal Tarpy Chief IAlbert Tannerj IBOAJID COUNCIL 1I2nd I3r Ward i =OF W P A Rt T L Doc J Q Ward J D 15th Ward Deputies IJohn Reese Hackett Martin Todd Pigg Booae Jones f GD McOallura i Sil Dinelli VIBE DKFATXKHT A R Baldwin Chief Jno W Harding r Secretary 1wdf UdrCitIM 1 1cH W Scrivener Treasurer HarrjrEcton 5L B Cornett jW A Adams J K AUanitJJames Hisle Zeno Bra h2i Foster 1 r ir r t S t r t l fl I 4 THE WINCHESTER NEWSNi pose Three eh t FINDING HS INITIAL FinalEY The man with a soft low voice had Just completed his purchases What is the name asked the clerk Jepson replied the man Jefferson No Jepson Jepson I Jepson Thats It Eightytwo Your first name Initial please 410h K 0 K Jepson Excuse me It isnt O K I said Oh O Jepson cKo nib out the O and let the K stand r The assistant looked arpoyed Will you please give me your ini tials again V t I said K I beg your pardon you said 0 K Perhaps you had better write ityour self I said Oh r Just now you said K v Allow ire to finish what I started to say I said Oh because I did wt understand what you were asking me I did not r ean that it was my initial My name is Kirby Jepson fOh fNo not 0 but K said the man- Y Give me the pencil and Ill write it down for you myself There its O K nowt r t THE HAUGHTY TURK a High Handed Diplomatic Methods of tho Seventeenth Century Indignities to which foreign envoys were formerly subjected in China were mild in comparison with those occasionally meted out to them in Constantinople M Julian Klaczks in his Etude de Diplomatie Contemporaine relates that in 1G73 the grand vizier having intercepted some French dis rpatches tried to force Del la Haye first secretary to the French embassy and son of the ambassador to give him the cipher of the embassy The young diplomat Indignantly refused and was in consequence bastinadoed struck in the face with such force that lils teeth were broken and he was throwp into prison No attempt was made by Louis XIV to obtain redress tor the wrongs inflicted on his repre sentativeUntil beginning of the eighteenth century Christian envoys to the porte were forbidlen to visit one another or even to confer with one another on neutral ground They were not al lowed to drive in public with their wives and at one time it was pro posed to prevent them from importing wine for their own consumption A pointlon accurs lid liquor was to be conveyed from the Harbor to the embassies at night and in great secrecy The Order of the Seraphim The Order of the Seraphim is the oldest and most famous of the decora tions in the gift of the king of Sweden Originally it was instituted by Magnus IV some 600 years ago to commemorate the siege of Upsala the ancient capital of the Swedish kings and its statutes bound the recipients of the order to fight to the death for the main tenance of their religion and to consti tute themselves the special protectors of the widow and the fatherless When it was revived about the middle of the eighteenth century by King Frederick the obligations laid upon the members were somewhat less onerous The decoration consists of an eight pointed star in white enamel with cher ubs heads of gold and is worn on a broad band of pale blue ribbonton Transcript a Without Horns A clergyman was an Important witness in a horse dealing case He gave a somewhat confused account of the transaction In dispute and the cross examining counsel after making sev eral blustering but ineffective attempts to obtain a more satisfactory stat- eJment said sir do you know the differ between a horse and a cow acknowledge my ignorance re the reverend gentleman I hard lj the difference between a horse and a cow or between a bull and a bully only a bull I am told has horns and a bullyhere he made a respectful bow to the advocate luck ily forme has none Beans Spanish Style Soak overnight two cupfuls of white or pink beans In the morning bon with a pinch of soda fifteen minutes and drain Fry one large sliced onion with a piece of pork or bacon Adf these to the bea1salso a cup of canned tomatoes two shredded chili peppers salt and sufficient hot water to cover well Boil briskly for ten minutes on the stove before putting in the cooker Leave in for five hours Good Housekeeping Dental Incubation Tommy said the visiting uncle seems to me that baby sister of yours is pretty slow She hasnt any teeth yet has she1 Shes got plenty of teeth replied tile indignant Tommy Shes got a whole mouthful of teeth only they aint hatched yetWomans Home Companion Barefaced eddies said the visitor I hear father gave you a watch on your sour Was it a hunting case 1 No maam replied Freddie Jt Baas aj barefaced watch Exchange I 3 r l I 1 r J t t o 1303The Lincoln Centenary1- 908TheReigio it of thco n n Felt a Greater Faith 1None Righteousness Truth and Guidance of Principle Jp Jp 0 i THE very phase of Abraham that was greatest determined all the rest is the phase concerning which little is said Even those nearest him failed to see his mighty soul his su preme spiritual quality By glimpses some of his particular friends beheld this great luminous side of his nature but for the most part those who look ed on him had eyes and saw not They were not acquainted with the royal race of great souls hence did not know the earmarks They were look- Ing for form not substance They sought a sign and no sign was given them Outwardly Lincoln was an unbeliever in certain forms and shells of religion and if those who knew him most Intimately are to be credited he remained so to the end of his life But It was only the seemings the man made interpretations the empty letter that did not appeal to him No man had more of the substance none felt a greater faith in divine righteousness justice truth mercy and guidanceI There were times when all who saw Lincoln felt that he was like one of the old prophetsthat he was filled by sudden and overwhelming inspiration His face at such moments seemed transfigured until its homely features grew beautiful being suffused with a great inward light The testimony oll authcn1ticated which they speak shining through his words and deeds Who can read the second inaugural address and doubt as to thb manner of man that uttered it Who can observe Lincolns faith in God and the common people his fealty to truth and justice his unselfishness his charity his rectitude in the un tried ways through which he had to walk and not feel his nearness to the Eternal If the formal in religion did not appeal to him neither did the formal In law nor in politics He was utterly merciless in exposing shams He was Impatient with technicalities and went straight to the heart of a question He was intellectually hon est which after all is necessary to any real spiritual advancement Most authors who write of Lincoln seem to think it necessary to apologize for his religious attitude How blind Can they not see that the mar tyr president was not one who in dulged in lip service who cried Lord Lord Rather was he one who obeyed the commandments of loving his God and his neighbor He was frank and candid enough not to pretend to believe what he did not understand but diinesubstanceslife bore witness The world will never truly see Abra ham Lincoln until it beholds this soul side of him So long as it looks only at the husk of the man so long It will fail to understand him The Instinct of the common people found him out and knew him In his awn day His assassination seemed suddenly to lift a veil from the eyes of the world and for a few days men caught a vision of the mighty soul that had sojourned In thejr midst and led them through a great crisis With a few that vision remained With all some hInt 2pi It i F f T iByJames A Edgerion IICopyright 1909 by the American Press Association 0t r 41 has been present until this hour What Is needed is that the eyes of men shall be focused on this aspect of the eman cipator rather than on the mask of his personality The mask was ephemeral and has passed The innermost truth of him the white soul the thing that made him Lincoln that made us love him abides and will abide pleading itIlaw partner and biographer said there were times when the future presidents soul seemed fresh from God Can you picture those times the forgetful ness of self the fire of a great princi ple the love of humanity the determination to make the world better which was Lincolps life passion all these ex pressed in his face with an ineffable something greater than all of them I want the world to see this mans soul It Is for this I am writing these sketches I know I cannot do him justice but if I can give some glimpse of that tall white loving mighty being that was the real Lincoln I shall have rendered a service not so much to him as to mankind One of Lincolns chief characteristics was tenacity of principle When ho saw a thing was right he never gave it up He would sacrifice his own prospects to make the people seethat truth Stephen A Douglas his lifelong antagonist was of a different make Douglas was one of the ables politicians in American history hr In ABRAHAM LINCOLN I 4L be was shifty he was not always eI gardful of the truth and he would sacrifice principle for self The moral aspect did nqt appeal to Douglas as it did to Lincoln At the beginning of the great de bate in 1858 Lincoln feelingly referred to the fact that his own life had been a failure while that of Douglas had been a conspicuous success In other words up to this time the man who loved self more than principle had won while the man who loved prin ciple more than self had lost How was it In the end Lincoln was the universally acknowledged suc cess while Douglas was the failure Where in all biography Is there aught more inspiring In the short run the self seeker wins over the truth seeker but In the long run the truth Seeker Is loved of all men while the self seeker becomes an object of universal contemptThese do not happen by acci dent As a man is so will he manifest himself to be Fifty years of hard ship poverty sorrow failure and neg lect could not shake Abraham Lin coln from his principles There was a crisis coming that needed a man who had stood the test whp had followed the highest he saw and had pot falter ed He did not know that such a crisis was coming or ii he dimly felt It impending did not know that he would be asked to lead He was working for no reward of that or any other sort The great soul of him would not let him go wrong And when the hour came the Instinct of the people unerringly found him who had faced the hidden triaL It was but one more case of him that seeth In secret re- wardIng openly It Is said that Lincoln ddnof be Heve Inthe divinity of Christ ThIs i j f i ici seems well authenticated and Is doubt less correct Even so 1 know of no man in our time the matter of life more fully Sorrows Both In a stable and not so good as the Saviour of the savior of his love and mercy both regarded the the form and by the common nounced by those both were bring liberty to at last gave Both were njcck taught in faces against mon Other but enough have the fact that theology he was Nazarene in life count the life and the word will All of Mr speak of certain his character been magnified worth For ment that he moving ship just In his life There his having seen self in a mirror other from which coln Is said to would be elected dency and the short He Is also had premonitions sassinate1 the length of Lincoln believed times consulted a I know there Is the truth of this phenomena mentJo ly of the highest true or false looks for a sign by them but the blest and finest coins whole life scends these ders even if they ence at all that discarded They essential and ered about this Mr Lincolns cuse him of this the whole dence in his to move public in his tenacious character no ing power or phy that he was cepted sense of thorough believer but that does not It still leaves tiative In setting IHe was overruling also If It is in the God and Gods the charge may not imply TiuiiiiHIwide latitude for dividual In a leon Bonaparte felt that a man with him Most the world with same But that a man to a forces over The true man is world and few more of this into their hands coln Whatever said his life any question of anything but a call him so have neath the mask They belong to called him a was cautious and his way slowly has been no man dwelt more In Lincoln There had a profounder Intervention for Lincoln No man In the final forces of justice things belong to fatalist The not know the Mr Lincoln man that it acters rolled counterpart He tucky between a Jewish tograph of a giver Lincolns and an many other points gest the most middle ages St Francis was the of poverty the the unfortunate ness and patience fame by his he was by nature who loved reader will ness to Lincolns severe mediaeval logic also Schuyler Colfax had two ruling ery and sympathy humble whom Theodore Tilton war president and unbound the Lincoln was j prophet He spiritual plan In vision of the for it will look live by the God oretend filled sputa J l 1 L11T t Too Much Goods Too little Money In order to equalize them we will for awhile put our stock down at prices Unheard Of for CASH Our stock con sists of everything in Grocer ies and Hardware and must be soldout quick so we have prices that will do the work Come early and Get What yOU Wantj Parrish 3D Bradley Perry Building Both Phoned I J o J THE VERY BEST 0 Have any of ourrenders seen a rei WeeklyinquirerSend for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great thingsIand home the happiest place OD earthThe editor by asking its readers improveIto 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 supreme Fatherobtains 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 economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is in ing for a useful future in lifeIThe Grand Idea being that j As are our Homes so will be the Com munity Stateand 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 unani mousverdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copiesmay be had by writingto theENQUIRES CCMPAWY Cincinnati O Coitaifllit Transfer and Ice to Crating Handling and Hauling Furniture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main Street Both Phones England also has its somebody who says things about other folks Re cently Premier Asquith called the house of lords a set of irresponsi bles Whether these big fines for hugging or kissing the wrong woman are excessive and confiscatory depends upon the woman in the case A Graceful Tribute to Poe The University of Virginia arranged to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Edgar Allan Poe on Jan 19 in a manner to do justice to the memory of one of the truest poets America has produced Distinguished repre sentatives of literature in the old world were invited to participate in order to make the occasion something more than a local tribute for Poe was once a student at the university The reading circle that has been delighted by the genius of Poe spreads over two hemispheres It is most un fortunate that his weaknesses dimmed for half a century the imperishable beauty of the writings left at the tragic close of his short and stormy life Equally with the statesman and the soldier the poet it would seem is wdrtliy of commemoration andre gard because of the Influence of his works upon the minds of men The host of admirers of Poe Will be re jolted to know that at last it fe pro posed to erect a fitting memorial to their hero of ton i JI r i r i f lJL Gu Bush has them GAS HEATERS AN- DRANGES FAVORITE STOVES I BEST tia the World BUSHontheCorntr 12 HOUSES AND lOr r I FOR SALE J I I corner Clay Street and Mt Sterling pike originIowned by J D JonestWill sell at highest bidder in front of Court House onr SATURDAY EsAT 2 P M Will offer separately and as a whole Terms made known on dajh of sale GHSS PARSONS I- RAWLINS RACKET Headquarters for everything Big line Best line in town I still have a fine it 50c Corset for 35c Best Work Shirt made Come to see me when in need c of anything T C Rawlins x Home Phone 470 MENDING SHOES is sometimes important as making them it requires expert work to do it right Our Repair Department is the most modern and per fectly equipped in town SAMPLE SHOE STORE I 24 N Main St Lunch Stand i Chili Con Came fraitsGroceries etc Hibibb Moses 25 N Main St Dont fail to haye your pictnretak Iipt Earps art gallery white this reduced rates are on January onlyJ l18eod WINCHESTER tr TAILORING COMPANY M6c H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed anri Rapalrrf DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Nl W Cor Yam and Fairfax The Bumping Place t Many a roan has gone to the wall Because he was unable to see the par chii IF 1 iIt i y II 4 i A 11aQeFour THE WIpCHESTER NEWS II = a j sTI WINCHESTER HEWS An independent Newspaper Published by the Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Suncay c Entered as secondclass matter Koyember 2S 1908 at the post office let Winchester Kentucky under the fcnt of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery piily onft year 520f- ctoe week 10 I Payable at office or to collector every week Mail Delivery v yepx I 300 lx months 150 kme month 25 Payable in advance UAADVERTISING Disnlay Per Inch jOne time any edition 25 tree times within one week 5 IDne week continuously 100S jjjPoorJfyrar weeks three times a week 18 lFouf weeks two times a week 120 foix weeks one time a week 7 Time discounts 3 months 10 Pe nt 6 months 25 per cent on llear 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 73c Pure reading news headings 15u t t New Phone No 91 7 MONDAY FEBRUARY 1909 i TOO MUCH POLITICS tie commend to some of the De oeratic politicians who are finding V Newfault s on city politics an editorial under ihe above title in Saturdays issue of the bDemocraticJThe editorial is particularly timely when it remembered that Lexington isr the only secondclass city in the State with a Democratic adininistra k lion and that the Herald supported that ticket and still supports the ad ministration The part to which we particularly invite the attention of our political friends is as follows r We do have too much politics in tLexington and the editor of Ti Leader is not the only one who is responsible for that condition Poli tics enters too matbty relations of life and it would be bet ter for the community if it were elm mated except during election time 3hcoretically there ought not to be any politics in the sense of nation al or State politics in the government vof a city Whether a man believ I in a high protective tariff or in free trade whether he is in favor of tl1ethe free and unlimited coinage of silver or believes in the gold standard f whether he believes in the retention r f the Philippines and the acquisition of Cuba or that a sea level would be better than a lock and dam canal across the Isthmus of Panama does riot in the leas affect his capacity x tie Mayor auditor policeman or fire manWe ourselves would like to see and Lave earnestly advocated the co pjete elimination of the police and fi departments from all political co jiection The time is coming tvh en these departments will be under Ci v iService rule and a mans political filiations will have nothing to do with his appointment to a position underI lilsretentionfirrry v Ji i fact the time is coming in pot distant future when what is r3mown as the Galveston system I Will be adopted ba majority of the ciHesof America practically elimin nltratliig political divisions in the go tt eminent of cities When any man of real force of high purpose of lofty courage of rugged honesty with d interested desire to serve the pubs bevConies sufficiently interested in t affairs of Lexington to lead su 4amovement it will be roughta o 4tVT ii hereIt i will come more rapidly four iriends in controlof the city gbvdrn went do nod avil tliemseKesto the xttgnnosjt limit of the disiiiterested 2re of citizensjlothrmen and W6 Vi t f men to serve the city lit matters coli nected with the schools and charities r the parks and the play grounds which are essentially apart from po Utical questions and ought to be kept absolutely separate find distinct When flits ideal condition is attained it will be inevitable that Republicans and Democrats Populists and Prohi bitiouists will be caleld upon to serve in those positions in which they ca render the bet service DEATHS AND FUNERALS IMrs Jce S Lindsay pe S Lindsay died at her home on the Mt Sterling pike at an early hour Monday morningjciifter an illness of two months of blood pois ohing Her death while not tt hall unexpected comes as a great shock to her many friends and relatives in this county and wliereever she was known Mrs Lindsay had been in cliningg health for sometime but only been seriously ill about two weeks She is survived by her fath er and mother Mr and Mrs 3A Har vey Hunt and her husband Mr Joe Lindsay two children Lou Bar aged three years and Elizabeth aged onethonth and one sis 0ter Mrs John Duvall Hearts of all are filled wit infinite sadness at the passing awa Onrr chargeeter no more loving wife and daughter no more tender conscientious mother than Mrs LindsaPTo those around whose death has cast so impenetrable a Bloom the extend our sincerest sym pathy though we are fully conscious that time alone can alleviate in any measure this mighty sorrow The funeral of Mrs Joe Lincisa will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock at the Cemetery Services conducted by Elder JW Harding and Rev J W Porter CoylemHiss Deborah Coyle of Mt Ster lin who is wellknown in Winches ter where She worked for some time died Sunday at 1 p m at the Union Depot in Louisville as she was being home from Texas Some or six weeks ago Miss Coyle Avho was suffering from consumption was taken to Texas in the hope th aButtI turning home to Mt Steriin to die when she was overtaken in Louis ville V You can not eat all the flour ad xertised as the best on earth and you can not make a mistake in us Patentore Mt Lilly Every sack guaranteed i MASFIELDS FLOUR MILLS Winchester ll133moeod sAjNOUNCEMENTS For Mayor rv announsce as a candidate for Mayor subject action of the Democratic part We are authorized to announce H T STOTHER as a camdi ate forKfayor of Win chestersilliJect to the action of the Democratic party r toWe are authorized to announce W 0 HOSKINS lsa candidate for Mayor subject the action of the Democratic party JudgeQWe are authorized to announce nJUDGE F P PENDLETON stniib theaetion of the Democratic fparty For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce WOODSON MCORD Policthee cratic party o City Collector j vWe ale authorized tor announce HARRY W SCRIVENER as a candidate for City Collector of actionls of partyc SHOPheTom Cowan the popular barber oU11Mewhrscustomers and old friends idUOn Vim in his new shop in the Simpson slid TIattiaway building wj t r TiNational League Will Hold Series of Meetings In Church New York Febllhe first of five meetings to be devoted to the ad vancement of the interests of the AmericanIIechant marine will bo held tonight in the Metropolitan tern pie this city of which the Rev John Wesley Hill is pastor The meetings are to be held under the auspices of leaguent and Presidentelect Taft commending the purpose of the meetings which is the stimulation of public interest in the growth of the merchant marine will be read Among the prominent men who will take part in the confer ences are the Hon James E Mc Cleary representative from Minne sota John Barrett director of the bureau of American republics Henry McYpurpose of the conferences is the advocacy oi legislation compelling the carrying of American mail to Europe and elsewhere in American ships The members of the league generally favor the ship suosidy plan The pastor of the temple is in favo of the mixture of politics and economics with religion with a view to the uplifting of the former With that end in view he has invited the of meetings of public interest to them in the temple Bulgarialr granY Sofia an energetic note demanding tDinknow definitely whether Bulgaria tends to resume negotiationsd LACE A LIMIT ONI DEDICATION CROWD tinY coin Memorial Program Louisville Ky Feb lonly the number of people who cap be crowded into a great tent will be permitted to witness near Hodgenville Ky the day of Feb 12 the exercises memorating the centenary of Abr ham Lincolns birth Though dent Theodore Roosevelt Cardin WdogsDolliver Former Governor Folk an arats not by ny means will all of those who wish attend the dedication be able to be present In February roads leading Pro Hodgenville to the farm where Li coIn was born are not like the Appian Way and the short period durin which work has been done on the farm site has provided no shelf large enough to accommodate a throng The Lincoln committee of Kentucky therefore working with the committee of the Lincoln Farm asso iioly1 r of this the address will be made and the cornerstone of the hall laid by the president JapBerkey the a1 leged Attack upon K Kaneko a Japanese student at the University of caDpusturnsaffair and one in which the students of the university were not concerned PresiderY t vestigation of the matter DOGS CONTEST TODAY Texas Ranches Scenes of Exciting I Field Trials San Antonio Tex Feb 1 Four days of thief week beginning today will be filled with interest for sports men of this city and the surrounding country by the field trials of hunting taketn firm hold in recent years The open allage Derby and champion stakes in which the best dogs of the country are entered began to dayon the Nix and adjoining ranches The trials are intended as tests for the best dogs at hunting quail with which this territory abounds Many of the animals that are competing are prize winners and in tlie final series the racing and other tests will be sensational and thrilling Church Damaged by Fire Indianapolis Ind Feb lAn ov FdestroyedFourth Presbyterian church causing a loss of 10000 COACf1E HARVARDS PITCIiER- Mathewson 1 Takes Charge of College Slab Artists TodayJOCambridge Mass Feb 1 a ning today the pitching candidates Harvard will have the benefit of the coaching ot Christy Mathewson the highest priced pitcher in the country Captain Currier of the college base ball team declares that his men in re good shape He expects to improve on Harvards ifir record of last year Prfntn1Ce ersveEight Sailors Drowned tISkagen Denmark Feb 1oThe Norwegian brig Steed was Wrecked of Jutland and eight of herlcwper ished j t q 1 klS WOMAN BY ACCIDENT Brother of Mayor Busse of Chicago Figures In Tragedy Chicago Feb lGeorge Busse brother of Fred A Busse mayor of Chicago accidentally shot and killed Mrs L C Tuckerman 32 of Milton N Y The bullet struck Mrs Tuck erman in the heart and she died iri stantly The shooting occurred in the Walton apartment building Mrs Tuck rman was visiting her father Brigadier General A C Gerard re tired George Busse in his apartment across an areaway was demonstrating the use of a revolver to Miss Bertha Lambke his housemaid so that she could employ the weapon In- case of burglars Suddenly the revolver was the bullet went througltwowindows and crossing the areaway into the Gerard apartment pierced Mrs Tuckerman s heartMayor Busse was present at the shooting and as soon as he learned of the fatal consequences notified the police WORLDrWith Bordering States Produces One sixth of All Tobacco Raised Washington Feb 1Tobacco con worlddsome time past to Kentucky and the bordering states for their supply of fragrant weed according to a bul dletin issued by the department of ag on the cultivation of tobacco Kentucky and Tennessee Ken and the bordering states pro uce annually 376647000 pounds of tobacco being more than onehalf of the rroduction of the United States and onesixth of the entire worlds production This togaceo is of a qual ity peculiarly confined on account of soil and climatic conditions to the area named ijParisLess ps widow of Count Ferdinand De Lessees the promoter of the ship canals of Suez Corinth and Panama flied here LION KILLS CHILD nMOTHERSIOHT plaloman Has Terrible Experience eCamp Balboa Cal Feb lHer twoyear terriblymmountainnand the beast devouring 1one of his legs which it had torn from its socket was the sight that eris Chris Brown beheld when she entered the family tent four miles from the Hotel Delmar after a short walk When the mother realized what had taken place she screamed and almost threw herself on the lion which growled savagely and packed slowly out of the rear of the tent carrying a mouthful of flesh in its teeth and disappeared The Browns arrived from Delaware two weeks ago Magoon Is Well Pleased Palm Beach Fla Feb lCharlesE Magoon former governor of Cuba left here for Washington ExGover- nor Magoon said that President Go mez had shown excellent judgment- in his cabinet and he thoughtthat the new government would have reasonably fair sailing ENGINEERS ARE SMISHED Report Gatun Dam Site All Right Inspect Culebra Cut Today Panama Feb lThe engineers who accompanied Presidentelect Taft to the isthmus and who have been examining the canal construction at Gatun with the chief engineer of the canal Colonel Goethals say they have no fault to find with the natural foundations for the dam and they regarded the plans for safeguarding the dam as being complete They will make a report to President Roosevelt and it is understood will refute the criticisms that have been made with regard to the dam and its construc tion They inspected Culebra cut today It is understood the present canal plans will be approved throughout by the engineers in their report GIBRALTARrirst Division of American Battle ships Enthusiastically Received Gibraltar Feb lThe first division of the United States Atlantic ConnecticutSder command of Rear Admiral Sper ry arrived here from Villefranche From the moment the glistening white hulls of tnX American ship ofwere mere specks upon the blue water of the Mediterranean every point of vantagp on thE rock of Gib raltar was occupied and by the time they were ready to round majestical ly into the harbor the entire popula flop seemed to be on the water front TodayManilasembly opened today with simple ceremonies PresidentHDsmena presid ingJ The first business to come be fore the body was the annual mes GOvernorGftfera1 dwt fi1 r U eWjn hest rOpe a HTouse IScene from the Witching H ulIIIWith an uninterrupted series of successes to its credit in other cities Augustus Thomas recordbreaking The Witching Hour comes to Winchester opera nouse on Thursday evening February 4 In ho other play of recent years has so much novelty realism and sus tained interest been prevailed From the rise of the curtain in the first act to the final climax of the fourth act the mystic enthralling story is skillfully told in spirited subtlestyleIt of startling action re ete with astonishing telepathic de and marvelous hypnotic climaxes Flashing forceful and im pressive feats of mentalsuggestion are sfrown with telling effect Makes You Think of Warm L Shoes and Rubbers Dont It 125 discount on inchrtoD mensl MoosehideWaterproof 85QSS t McCORD SMITH PHILLIPS BIRTHS fi Born Sunday to Elkin Hunt and wife a girl weight eight and one half pounds Born Sunday to Judge H S By sard and wife a elevenpound boy SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT r It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his deathrrI contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began use Dr New Dis covery which restored my health completely I note weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Asthma and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled DOC GuarIaneediJ S r But hypnotism and telepathy are but a part of the mosiac construc tion of this great drama of throlbing tvital human interest It isra play which appeals to all creeds and classes In the all round company or excellence engaged in its production are Howard Gould Edward See Robert Barton Herman Hirschberg Alma Chester Eleanor Barry Janet Dnnbar Franklin Jones George How ell Charles Mailes Frederick Rob erts W C Bristor S KentW Jackson and J L Wilson I The sumptuous scenic environment which will be shown with The Witching Hour bears credit to the lavish provision made by the Shuberts for alti f their attractions Some of these frosty mornings if you thinkof buying the best Shoes and rubbers you will think ofuswe have Shoes that will keep your feet dry and warm this weather Per cent 10and 12 Shoes Boots 12 inch tops 1 ifj I G t 1ir to Kings Hemorrhages P JACKSONI Sheriff Breck Crawford and his brother Mr F P Crawford haje re andIand Will Kash local attorne attended the Wolfe circuit courtrinfses siQn at Campton Jast weep i5frv and Mrsfffrthur Sinclair ffen feCTeeksmysrewYork J yCicipalof the hoict Departmenf of the Lees Collegiate ltstitute t17h WASHINGTON ONCE GAYUP to three doctors was kept tiCbed for five weeks Blood Poison f om a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover Ms leg The doctorsfailed eeomJpletelyington of Bpsqueville Texas For eczema boils burns andilesi its supreme 2oc at Phillips DrugSom pany fer- f pA tti r t THE WINCHESTER NEWS If n r f PI Five r II r SOCIETYGasket Ball v The bosket ball teams at the Col lege had most interesting games on Friday The Blues played the Reds scores 4 to 3 and the Yellows the Greens 7 tog Misses Nell Lyon and Catherine McCord made the goals for the Blues while Misses Mae Powell and Birtie Thompson for the Yel lows z Kings Dahghters The Kingls Daughters will have charge of the Auditorium on Tues day night Every penny will go for charity and everybody must pay This is a good thing and should bec well patronized Cant you come out and bring all your friends Lets Lave a packed house a f Literary Club Miss Illa Stewart will be the at j tractiye hostess for the Literary and Social Club on Saturday next cl Bridge Club J Mrs John Bean held the last meet l irig of the Bridge Club with her on sssSaturday afternoon Notwithstand therpitality o this hostess This was the last meeting of the club before temporary dsibandment Everything was simple in manner yet perfect in detail At the close of the games a dainty and delicious lunch was served at the small tables perfect in their appointments Mrs Beans guests for the after noon were Mesdames Strauder Goff Ed Clark Wylie Poynter Lee Evans William H Garner Ed Mitchell Gus Brooks Carrie Beckner John Worth of New York V W Bush W A Beatty Matt Adams Hampton Bush and Steve Davis r Literary and Social Club The Literary and Social Club had another of its interesting meetings with Miss Winnie Garrett on Satur day morning These young ladies did not allow the fearful storm on Sat urday to keep them at home for all knew that something splendid was awaiting them There were most interesting pa pers on the Tragedies of Shakespeare by Misses Margaret Sphar Emma Lee Taylor and Richie Lane rqThere was a guessing contest on the Wedding of Shakespears and these questions were answered with thr names of Shakespeares works The prize a book of Shakespeare was won by Miss Emma Lee Taylor A most delightful and delicious lunch servedThose of substantials and hot coffee was I present for the afternoon were Mrs William P French Misses Anna Mae lisle Margaret Sphor Florrye Smith Sara Goodloe Benton Richie Lane lila and Lucy Stewart Katherine Nelson Anne Dudley Margaret McKinley Alice and Owen Por ter Clay Croxton Emma Lee Taylor Little Colonel Readers Miss Francis Pendleton entertain ed the Little Colonel Readers in herII sweet and attractive manner at home on College street on Saturday af terrioon These yound ladies fin shed reading nearly all of one volume in this afternoon and a most delicious lunch of meats was served Ford aPERSONALS I Misses Ormie Hodgkin and Cornelia Page left Saturday for Midway to be the guests of Miss Hannah Hodgkin for a few days Col T G Stuart has been in Cincinnati for a few days on business Miss Martha McKee Scobee has been ill for a few days with throat troubleMr Clarence LeBus was a visitor- n town are being showered upon Mr and MrsE Fdirry up on the arrival Saturday ofa son to brighten their home Miss Martha Rye was in Lexington on Saturday Miss Lilla Phelps spent Sunday in Sara Goodloe Benton and Sara Beverly Joiiett have returned home from a visit to Miss Headley of Lexington Miss Mollie and Emma Eades and Miss Nannie Howard who are the guests of J F Eades will leave for at the home of his uncle on the lIt Ster ling pike and will occupy it at once MAY BE DERELICT Nothing Definite Known of Vessel That Foundered off Hatteras Norfolk Va Feb 1 Hidden be teras North Carolina the secret of the identity of the mysterious steam er which went down there probably with all hands on board remains un toldNo clew to corroborate the testimony of the few aboard the Diamond shoals lightship who witnessed helpless to aid this latest tragedy of the well named graveyard of the Atlan tic was obtained So far not a sin gle piece of wreckage has been de tected either on shore or on the ocean and it may be several days before anything is discovered Neither has the government weath er station nor the local commercial wireless station received any additional news relative to the illfated vessel No definite news has come to the Norfolk navy yard from the revenue cutter Onondaga which is at the scene of the reported disaster Local shipping authorities declare the steamer probably was an aban doned derelict Actor Shot In Dressing Room Louisville Ky Feb 1 Cameron Clemons playing at a local vaude vine theater was seriously shot by Willis Brown a member of his company The shooting was done I Clemons dressing room Brown II who was arrested declared that Cam eron was the cause of his losing hi position with a vaudeville company t which both belonged Sale Our Annual Invoice begins today and will last i until March 1st We will have some bargains that will be Watch this space for x gains this month barI I LCHBOWEN JuiiaIGaitskill Saturday- Congratulations LexingtonMisses TuesdayI compleItion DiaImond Invoice worthwhile Jeweler and Optician II A Beautiful Line of New Rugs in all the latest patterns and weaves Almost any size at almost any price s9 x 12 Rugs from 555Oup SEE OUR NEW SPRING STOCK We give S JH Green Trad ing Stamps I The Win Furniture Co I t HINTS AT WHAT IS YET TO COME Sthnsofl Tells Jerome to Co Ahead DISCUSSES LIBEL SUITS Says Government Reserves Right to Defend In Court the Reputation of a Gentleman Who Occupied the Position of Head of the War De partmentFederal Attorney Seeks Order to Compel Shaw to Talk Be fore Grand Jury New York Feb 1Henry L Stim son United States district attorney for the southern district of New York made public a letter in reply to one written by District Attorney Jerome on the subject of beginning an ac tion for criminal libel in the state courts a against the publishers of the New York World because of publish ed charges regarding the Panama canal purchase Mr Stimson tells Mr Jerome to go ahead and assures him Uthat sue haction on your part will in no wise be regarded as an interfer ence but on the contrary we shall regard it as our duty to cooperate with you in all proper and lawful ways Mr Jerome had asked if action in the state courts on behalf of Douglas Robinson the presidents brotherin law who is a resident of the city and who was mentioned in the article withIMr Stimson answers this question negatively but he does not state that the federal inquiries or prosecutions will cease in the event Mr Jerome begins an action It is apparent from the wording of the letter thht while the federal au thorities concede to Mr Jerome the right to appear as the protector of Douglas Robinsons good name they reserve to themselves the privilege of acting in defense of the reputation or- ua gentleman who occupied the posi tion of head of the war department in any federal jurisdiction where the case applies TO MAKE SHAW TALK Government Official Today Asks Jus tice Gould For Order Washington Feb IAn important step in the Panama canal libel proceedings before the grand jury of the District of Columbia was taken today when District Attorney Baker asked Justice Ashley M Gould presiding in criminal court No1 to compel J An gus Shaw secretarytreasurer of the Press Publishing company publishers of the New York World to answer certain questions pertinent to the inquiry Mr Shaw declined to answer any questions except a few of a for mal character on the ground that i was his constitutional prerogative no to respond upon matters which migh- incriminate himself HAVE PERILOUS TRIP Cara Ferry Battered by Elements While Entering Milwaukee Harbor Milwaukee Wis Feb ICar ferry linesonoever by Captain McIsaacs in his long ser vice on the lakes It took 55 hours to cross the lake during the storm which usually takes 12 hours to make the trip The crew of 45 men were completely worn out by hard work Much of the time was spent in beat ing up and down in a course of about 25 miles outside oTMilwaukee harbor During the height of the storm the car ferry came near Milwaukee bay but the mountainous waves and the heavy snow made it impossible to pick the harbor lights and the great vessel was compelled to head north with its nose into the wind to avoid the trough of the waves v ZUEBLIN TALKS TONIGHT Suffragists Will Attend Lecture In Historic Cooper Union New York womani The meeting will be held under the auspices of the Peoples institute and the Equality League For SelfSupport ing Women Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt president of the International Suffrage alliance Mrs Harriet Stanton Blatch head of the Equal Suf frage league Miss Mary Coleman and many other suffragists will attend Louisville Js Frostbitten Louisville Ky Feb 1 Frosted windows and turned up coat collars are tile manifestations of the outer and inner man in the southern country Icy winds blew across the cities of the socalled sunny lands and Lou isville had a maximum of 19 and a minimum of 3 degrees above zero Memphis and Nashville hovered about the 20 mark and other cities fell in line with a Varying scale If ft rttia fL 1 MM MJMMMWNVhVMM 1f CLOSING OUT SALEf tk t OF- f J N Y k i r 1 t rlI e45ICIRTB t 11 j rL J- v II AT J Ot t t cit 7 1 s i J t COST f I v 1t J 7 t r I S t P A WiEGWES 1 L GREEN TRADING STAMPS R r 1 1 t ifN1 l Clifton B Ross f j HouseMti r J I j wVVVY v ww f 1 VANITIYS VISIONS A Present Por the Baby In the IBouse Embroidered Hosiery A novelty that will please the baby of the household is a white crocheted dog very white and woolly as to coat and very bright as to teady eyes or fortr1tnowadays Buyers are already selecting straw hats for spring That means that there are some bargains now la win ter head wear Sleeves positively cannot grow any smaller or longer and there axe rumors that when summer is upon us they will again be short elbow length apron is now considered as 1The a garment for the studIo as TJKmjIi STUDIO APWXR H20 Jfkayhad fea bust measure Send 10 cents to this fice giving number 4420 and dt will fee promptly forwarded to you bymIllL for the kitchen and for this reastmifie signers have put out all sorts of prey models which may be carried out in any suitable material Illustrative of a practical as well as pretty aprons 2s the design shown It is made with a square yoke both back and front ada short full sleeve cape The skirt lines are long and modish JUDIC CHOTTET d lW HERE AND THERE Dhm Cottars Again Crossbarred Handkerchiefs For Morning Use Big round Eton collars are again in iasbKL for women They may be of pfcafn linen or have squares of real lei lace set in Big loose ties of hemstitched surah are usually worn with these Groaebarred muslin handkerchiefs are the thing for wear with tailored skirt waists for business and morn- Ing wear White centers with colored IxHrdera are also in good taste The trying on of boots anlfshoes sbcmld always be done in the evening wises the foot is at its largest If this tea were adopted one would always 6mDDIWAISTM17 j A ter eC this costume waist may lie III ixaec from 32 to 42 inches bust wets a ia cents to this office glv promptlytasa9ari lie 8Be of btaining properly fitti-ngItcL He separate waist of this season is ejtffcdjy different from anything whic- hfieiiia IlK offered us before While Cm reftfitjr it is entirely separate from the tireIhrtile reason that it is not IiII is 1te akkt at the waist line It ialMB fe a pert of the costume DIll aaoest snow In the trimming the cfakre of both skirt and coat tack a Jarfgrn fe a waist is to be k Ie fte froilce illustrated it TAYLOR WILL CASE SETTLED BY CUM PROMISE Mrs McClintock of Lexington a Daughter to Receive 65000 LITTLE ROCK Ark Feb 1The settlement of the Dr C M Taylor will contest case out of court by com promise vas a i tory for ArrsI Maude McCKM V oforirigton Ky a daughter of the testator who sued to break the will The attorneys representing the defense in the case proposed the compromise which was accepted by the counsel for Sirs Mc Clintock By the decision Mrs IcClintock will receive about 65000 as her fathersThe compromise was agreed to Saturday evening and one hour later the suit was dismissed and the will probated By the termsof the agpee ment Mrs McClintock will receive onesixth of the estate after all the expenses of the first trial are paid Mrs McClintock was the daughter of Dr C M Taylor who died inlSOo All his property was willed to his second wife Mrs Julia P Taylor and liter two children with the exception of 5000 which was given to Mrs McClintock a daughter by his first marriage The estate was valued at 500000 t aBEDHotel YSuffoca LEXINGTON Ky Feb 1WhenColey Hayden night clerk at the Palace Hotel went to bed yesterday morning he took with him an electric light to keep his feet warm While he was slumbering soundly the bulb exploded setting fire to the bed and filling tlio room md comIdors with smokesHayden slept on and was all but suffocated when landlord Wallace burst open the door and draggedhini from the burning bed which was cast out of the window into the street TO KEET IN LOUISVILLE s Mr AiD Miller Chairman ftJteTExecutive Committee of the Editorial Association has been called tojueet in Louisville Saturday February C at t s Ulbn m J Pt f I 0 l iLt II I rale THE WINCHESTER NEWS f f- i aR Le LRoundUp T fc A Romance of Arizona i s EdmundjBy JOHN MURRAY and tfj MILLS MILLER Copyright 1903 by G W Dllllngr iham Co 1eSure you mustnt mind Sagebrush th2res apologized Parenthesis Hes allusmakin breaks Let me tote your war bag Walk this way Good day gentlemen smiled Mr Ericei When you are up my way I trust you will honor my church kith your presence adding after a pause without waiting to lose an election bet TBer entrance of a greaser to refill glasses diverted the attention of the guests until tIle most important func tion for them was performed With Hows and Heres to the bride they drank the toast Slim as major dome of the feast felt it incumbent upon himself to keep the others in 01 ter Turning angrily upon Sagebrush Iliesaid Why did you tell the sky pilot where the liquor was I was just tryin to do the right thug answered Sagebrush defiantly Einbarrassin us all like that To eaght to know that parsons dont hit np the gasolineIn public scolded tom Sagebrush muttered sulkily I never r herded with parsons none Parenthesis diplomatically avoided any further controversy by calling Theyre gettin ready Jims got Jack In the back room tryln to cheer him up Boys Is everything ready for the getaway Sagebrush did you get that rice demanded slim Hiatus soI forgot I couldnt get no rice though Dawson didnt have none Without telling what he did get Sagebrush ran from the room to the corral I told you not to let him have any thing to do with it said Fresno glaring at his fellow workers Each was silent as the accusation was genera and none bad been taken into the confidence of Sagebrush and Fres no when arrangements were being made for the feast Fresno had to blame som one however By this time Sagebrush had returned carrying a bagWhatdid you get asked Slim Corn replied Sagebrush laconical ly Aint he the darndest Show Low expressed the disgust which the others showed Why darn it shouted Slim shaking his fist at the unfortunate Sage brush you cant let the bride an groom hop the home ranch without chuckin rice at em Its bad medicine Aint he disgustin interrupted FresnoSWhat dnes rice mean anyhow asked the bewildered Sagebrush It means somethin about wishin emgood luck health wealth an pros perity an all that sort of thing Its a sign an symbol of jqy rattled off Slim Well now aint there more joy in com than in rice triumphantly asked SagebrushSlim open the top of the bag while Sagebrush stood by helplessly Well the darned idiot he muttered as he peered into it Ifhe aint gone an got it on the ear he continued as hepulled big ear out All the better chuckled Sage brush Well chuck em joy in bunches v Dont you know that if you hit the bride with a club like this youll put he plumb out cried Slim 1 how downsAlwayseveii gg est fjdVWell shell some fer the bride but well hand Jack his in bunches The id appealing to the punchers each grabbed an ear of corn Some brandished the cars like clubs others r- sidled them like revolvers Til keep this one said Slim pick Ing out an unusually large ear Its au Ill get one of the greasers to Bfefill some fet the bride is The bride was arrayed in her wed ing gown Mrs Allen was ready fort fresh burst of weeping The girls had aSsemtled in the large room in which the ceremony was to be per formed Polly acted as herald for the cowboys Appearing in the doorway she commanded Say you folks come on an get seated Slim stood beside Polly as the boys marched past him His general ad youShortbornstbat in to bend a gun over your head The guest grinned cheerfully as they matched past the couple Theres a heap of wickedness in butt bunch remarked Slim piously Jf he atefr gone an got it an the earl tqr ribegJrL Tossing a flower to him as l llI1cd away she cried You aint nor ogood yourself Slim theFI JJr- rii r lovesick s hythat could make me good its her Im all in If ever I get then ne all at once dare me if I dont ask her right out But Slims courage oozed as quickly as it had risen and with a sigh he followed his companions to the wedding CHAPTER IX ID CK LANE on leaving the hos pital at Chihuahua went straight to the fortified ledge where he had made his he roic defense As he conjectured the renegade McKee had got there first and found and made off with the bur led treasure So Dick manfully set to work to replace his lost fortune It seemed too slow work to go to his mine and dig the gold he immediately required out of the ground so he struck out for civilization to sell som of his smaller claims In the course of a month at the end of which his wan derings brought him to Tucson he had sold enough of his holdings to give him 3000 in ready cash As he was near the Sweetwater he resolved not to express the money to Payson but to take It himself He enteredthe courtyard of Alli IlacIeriJa while The wedding was fatt ing place within None of his friends would have recognized him His frame was emaciated from sickness his head Was drawn back by the torture which he had suffered he limped upon feet that had been distorted by the fire brands in McKee hands and his face was overgrown by an unkempt beard Sounds of laughter fell upon his ears as he mounted the steps He heard Fresno shout to Slim to hurry up as he was telling the story about a fel low that was so tanked up he could not say sasaparelia DIch halted There must be some sort of a party going on here bethought to himself It wont do to take Echo too much by surprise If Jack got my letter and told her its all right but it it miscarried the shock might kill her Ill see Jack first Dick had ridden first to Sweetwater ranch but found the place deserted The party he mused accounted for this While he was planning a way to attract the attention of some one In the house and to get Payson to the garden without letting Echo know of his presence Sagebrush Charley who had espied the stranger through the window sauntered out on the porch to Investigate Every visitor to the territory needed locking over especially after the trouble with Buck McKee Sagebrush was bound that there 9fhisHowdy greeted Lane pleasantly Fin looking for Jack Payson That so answered Sagebrush Who may you be i Im a friend of his V The foreman could see no danger to come from this weak sickly man Who may you bet Then walk right In he invited Hes inside Sagebrush was about to reenter the house when Dick halted him with th request I want to see him out here privately Whats the nameasked Sagebrush his suspicions returning Tell him an old friend from Mexi co Sagebrush did not like the actions of the stranger and his secrecy He Was there to light his boss battles If he had any This was not in the con tract but it was a part read into the paper by Sagebrush lI Say iny names Sagebrush Charley he cried with a show of importance Im ranch boss for Payson If yon want to settle any old claim agin JacL Im actin as his substitoot for him this et aJ liOn the contrary said Lane with a smile at Sagebrushs outbreak IIhe has a claim against me It was such a pleasant kindly look he gave Sagebrush that the foreman was disarmed completely Ill tell him1 he said over his shoul derDickx mused over the changes that had occurred since he had left the re gion Two years absence from a grow ing country means new faces nev ranches and the wiping out of old landmarks with the advance of population and the invasion of tine railroad He wondered if Jack would know him with his beard He knew his mirror told him that his appearance had changed greatly and he looked twenty years older than on the day he leftthe old home ranch 1 J r h His trend or thought was interrupted by the entrance of Jack on the porch from the house beginhurrie-dly casting a hasty glance backward into the hallway for the cere mony was about to begin You want to see me Jack cried Dick holding out his hand eagerly Jack old man dont you know me 1 ho continued falter Ingly seeing no sign of recognition 4in his friends eyes Payson gasped shocked and startled The man before him was a stranger in looks but thC voice the voice was that ofrDicl Lane the last man in the world he wanted to see that moment Frightened almost betraying himself he glanced at the half open door Dick entered he knew Echo would t IfI lost to him She might love him and her love for Dick might have passed away but he knew that Echo Would never forgive him for the de ception that he had practiced herGrasping uponI his friends hand DickDick Lane IJack realized hq must act quickly way or somehow Dick must be kept out of the house until after the- marriage Then he Tack must tai eFiconsequences nICK saW hfs fie Itation It was not what he had ex pected xBut something dreadful might have happened while he was away changefIasked You Yes yes I know lamely answered YouII couldnt wait Jack Im a rich man thanks to you Yes yes thats all right said Pay son disclaiming the praise of the man he had so grievously wronged with a hurried acknowledgment of his grati tune And I hurried back for fear Echo tOh yes Ill tell her about it when ihes ready to hear It youkeepingisshe IIn there said Payson feebly point the doorSDick eagerly started toward the house but Jack halted him saying No you mustnt go in now Theresa partyyou see she hasnt been well doesnt expect you tonight The shock might be too much for her Jack grasped at the lame excuse It was the first to come to his mind He must think quickly This experience was tearing the heart out of him He could not save himself from betrayal much longer Youre right acquiesced Dick Yous tell her when you get a chance Jack as I was saying Ive made quite a bit of money out of my BIsbee holdings I can pay back my stake to you now Not now said Jack nervously Would this torture never end Here was his friend whom he had betrayed come back in the very hour of his mar riage to the woman who had promised first to marry him Now he was offer ing him money which Jack needed badly for his prospective motherin law was complaining about his taking her daughteito a mortgaged home Sure now continued Dick pulling a roll of bills from his pocket Its 3000 Here it is all In one bundle Not now Let that wait said Jack pushing the money aside Its waited long enough cried Dick doggedly You put the mortgage on your ranch to let me have the money and it must be about due now Yes it will be due but let it wait Whats the use Im all right now I brought the cash with me on purpose I wanted to square It with you on sightDick pressed the money into Jacks hand closing his fingers rver the roll of bills With a sigh of relief as if aI disagreeable task was completed he questioned Hows Bud Jack replied shortly All right hes Inside I didnt write to him cheerfully resumed Dick I didnt want the kid to know He Is so excitable he would have blabbed it right out Ill sure be glad to see the boy again Hes im pulsive but his hearts all right i know youve kept a lookout over him This trust in him was getting too muchfor Jack to bear so the voice of Polly crying to him to hurry up war music to his ears Pm coming he shouted Ill see you in a few min utes he told Dickurve something to tell you Icant tell you now uGo in then answered Dick 41111 wait yonder In the garden Dont keen me waiting any longer than you can help To be Continued Strategy Rodrick Great Scott Has Bllkina lost his mind Van AlbertI dont think so WhyI RodrickJust look at the illumination In his house He has had every gas jet burning all day long Van AlbertOh thats just a little scheme Bilkins has to increase his gas bill this month His wife is coming back tomorrow and he tOld her he had been remaining at home and reading every night since she went away If she looked at the gas bill and found it to be only 32 cents he would be cornered for an planatlonChicago News I Eternal Fitness out come l1dian have a coat of arms Has he decided on anything I think he is considering two slap sticks crossed over a seltzer siphon Pittsburg Post i r LOST jOTnndf sale for rent nil anehse classified column iDA r 7 You Cannot Answer These Questions IWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one Uu a time when you can stretch out ina full bath tempered to suit you and can do so very morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Whysake chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River have filled everything the ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED itYoullIAn Advance for Winchester just installed great expense our new engine and other machinery with which CURRENTformotors ILet lighting give estimates allsorts Remember that light superior tQ others It clean cheap comfortable convenient ready We desired Winchester Railway Light IceINCORPORATED MGRI IUbegan less than three depres iIsteadydepositors the ofour business names week want yours You tbonalBROvM President COCKRELL Vice President til CARE OF EARTH ROADS How Clay Roadbeds Treatment From One Composed of Sand Pn clay roads thin layer of sand gravel ashes will prevent the sticking of clay the roller to the wheels of vehicles Claysoils rule absorb water quite freely and soften when saturated water not pass through them readily When used alone clay least desirable of road materials but roads com posed of clay be created with sand small gravel from which comparatively hard and compact formed which nearly impervious water Material of this character found in the state commonly known hardpan makes when properly applied very solid and durable road In soils composed of mixture of and gravel and clay necessary to make good roads crown tend keep the ruts and holes filled and ditches open and While clay alone never makes good road except in dry weather sand 4Why dry dismal looking yard when you can have with green grass and blooming flowers and can the same time get lid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other incon veniences when yon can have for the comfort and healthof your family right in house 6Is it not true that thean swer is not lack ofmoney but r lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting thE most out oC life C F S At E have at other us you on this and electric is all is safe ev r furnish it on meter if Co j This bank business years ago just in the beginning of the financial and in volume We enroll new every We L l B r t rtrJ ft Differs or to or as a but does is the all may or a mass Is is to natural as a all that is a to the surface the free a a it at f rT o J D a a Building Material Plans should riftfte completed until you have seed us We may be able to give you points which will mean many dollars to you and a better house as well Those who have built with our materials have never regretted it We have saved them both money and future trouble Our Chicken Feed is Also Good J R Martin Coal and Supply Co ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS alone never makes a good road except In wet The more the drainage of aI sand road Is improved the more de plorable becomes its condition Noth ing will ruin one quicker than to dig a ditch on each side and drain all the water away The best way therefore to make such a road firm is to keep it constantly damp This can be done by planting shade trees along its sides to prevent the evaporation of water or by growing upon the surface of su h sand roads a thick turf preferably Bermuda grass Roads running through loose sand may be improved by mixing clay with the sand and slightly crowning the surface For the temporary improvement of earth or sand roads any strong fibrous substance especially if it holds mois ture such as refuse of sugar cane or sorghum and even common straw flax swamp grass or pine needles will be useful Spent tan bark is some times beneficial and wood fiber in any form is excellent Enough sand or earth should be thrown over such roada to keep them damp and proct them from catching fire Earth is composed of small Irregu lar fragments which touch each other at points leaving voids between When the earth Is broken up and pul verized these voids are almost equal In volume to the solid particles and as a result the earth will absorb almost an equal volume of water In the building or maintaining of earth roads it is therefore very desirable that these small Irregular particles be pressed and packed into as small a space as possible In order that sur plus water may not pass In and destroy the stability of the road To this end rolling Is very beneficial The work of maintaining dirt roads will be much Increased by lick of care In properly rolling the surface S I SKATING This is the season of thgr year in which skating will be enjoyed by all r tl tRINKrBLUEGRASS We fEeeifIyou do not know how either in the morn rfgj Qt between regular sessions f AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission Sc Skates lOc- I EVENING SESSIONSl Admission lOc Skates 1- 5ckditoriun J This the time of the year br Accident and Sickness- Let Us Write You an 2 Accident and Sick Benefit Policy i Its the best on the marfiet Jouetts Ins Coiripan Both Phones 71 i HAC3AINJ IGAS AND ASOLINE Engines SIMPLE RELIABLE I 1 t ECONOMICAL Sold Uadar a Positive Guar anteeiM1s WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG MINCORPORATED rWINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTON PreseB F CURTIS CisMi THE Clark Connty National Banks I M1tIN STREET r irttibebeaterM Rata ki capital 200000 f Surplus 1OOOOO UndlvfdedProflta350QO Iheoi 1IttsCollections made on all point and your annonnts solicited PROFESSIONAL CARDS t 1 J M STEVrJSOH ttorney At Lawr lr60 S Main Z WfnchcsterKy i PENDLETON EU SH BUSHi Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchest Ky1 Ei i GILBERTBOTTO FOR Fresh Cured Meats fFish Vegetables Country Tniuc BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE 1LOCK RoeWinansScbtti ROOFING GUTTERIRG and SPOUTING V GAS J WATER PLUMBING 1 Dealers in 1TopsGlobes StovePipesEIws PhoneNext J Grocery 502 K4 r T r 4 r TJ II I 4- c t 44 2Iw qu I f THE WINCHESTER NEWS Past Sew k1oL TIME NEEDLEWORK 4iathematicaI Precision Required In Out of the Pattern Many of the readers of today will remember the childish pride in a little frock ddorncd in the manner shown In tbctit which perhaps the dainty fin gers of a doting grandmother worked for an ndorei grandchild Indeed the Work Is not new It Is as old as the hills but Is much more attractive than Aonle of the new work Perhaps you know and perhaps you tqnt that this fancy tucking is started rTQIX1S HELP BY EMBBOIDEBED DOTS r upoa the basisof plain evenly run tucks Any petticoat or apron that is plainly tucked may with a little snip ping with the scissors and a few Stitches be converted Into quite an F elaborate article Ab glut mathematical exactness must be exercised In the laying out of the pattern for this old time work This of course you readily see at a glance for if the points were not in Correct position in regard to one an other the whole effect would be spoil ed A tape measure or a ruler and a pencil and a bit of ingenuity are all k required to lay out the simple trim jn ng Wherever the tuck is to be turn ed if Ik to form the point the material jji Jcut In a V as one might imag 1f put the tuck Is merely slit perpen 4iarly and then there are two ways finishing One is to turn the cut sdges of the tuck back and tuck them Into place This you will realize leaves uncovered the raw seams which of course areon the under side and are not likely tQ be noticed The more perfect way however to accomplish it is to turn each side of the tuck In and overhand the bias edges This obviates all fraying of raw seams and makes the work washable and good wearing One difficulty of the old time work was that the points did not always lay fiat The new note in the work Illustrated today is the embroidering of blka dots upon the points which erves not only as an adornment but or the very practical purpose of hol- dtBJfl place ALTo Make For Christmas 1rA contributor to one of the home magazines claims that she has found 9n acceptable gift for a man If there Is anything in the Idea it is worth pass big along for suitable birthday and Christmas S gifts for men are so scarce that one cant afford to disregard a single possibility This woman has solved the problem of Christmas gifts for men by making the several mascu line members of her family shaving towels of soft linen Dont let any one confuse this with the combing towel Which a woman uses for the object of the towel is not to drape around the shoulders while shaving but rather to Ifor the purpose for which a towel was priginally designed after the shav tug process has been completed The towel Is made of figured blrdseye linen of a very fine quality This can be pur chased at the linen department of any large store The towel Is made a yard heistItcliedItered in one corner an inch and a half bove the hem The softness of atow of this kind seems to make it espe illy desirable for use after shaving Filet Lace Curtains Every woman has been proud to own one or more sofa and bed cush ions made from fine handkerchief linen and squares of filet lace Nothing gives more distinction to a bedroom couch or the bed itself than the add tion of one of these cushions These tire now imitated In covers for pincushions If you are looking for a dainty present for another girl you cannot go far wrong in choosing one It is about six inches long and three inches wide and Is made of the fipest materials The squares of filet lace have the classic designs on them The edges of the linen are finely hemstitch ed Tiny round pearl buttons are used which do not button through the material but fasten Into tiny silk loops They are slipped over colored llk linings IA Delicious Icing Put on a cupful of granulated sugar tjith si half cupful of water Let It boll without stirring until It spins a heavy thread I Beat very stiff the white of one egg sugariaetitfag it In the egg or It wm cook It itetit steadily until the king is smooth Jad creamy Ii iJJust before It Is too cold to stir ger add one CTnc each of candled llrrls4h9PPed citron candled pine ple and blanched almonds Cretonne Book Cover he new chintzes or cretonnes make j erfully good looking book covers Is quite easy to accomplish one of jee at home Instead of the com place flowered ifabrtes the striped i I small pattern chintzes are chosen 1 1 bound with gold galloon LFLit THINGS FOR THEHOUSE Old Fashioned Dinner Bell Re vivedADish Rack USEFUL WHEN SERVING CHOPS A New Gridiron Promises to Rev tu tionize the Art of Broiling Steaks It Is Easy to Clean and Can Be Taken Apart if Desired That all softening Overpowering knell I The tocsin of the soul The dinner bell Of mission oak and brass is the din ncr bell seen in the illustration F sh loned like the old town bells used in the villages during colonial days and by English and French peasants to call town meetings it is odd and at tractive t The tone of the brass bell is deep and rich The slightest pull on the leather thong suspended from it will make It ring long enough to call any ordinary hungry mortal to dinner In a mission furnished hall this would add a quaint and artistic touch Another new household invention is the chop rack How often has the polish on a dining table been ruined by an unsightly mark made by the contact of a Jiot dish Some servants are so careless they never seem to learn that hot dishes will mark a table unless a thick mat Is placed under them Now the shops forI MISSION DINNER DELL any other purpose desired which holds the hot dish one Inch from the table thus precluding any possible harm to the table froin heat The rack is Of nickel which by the way Is a good substitute for silver It never becomes tarnished and if rub bed with a hot damp clpth and dried quickly Jt shines like new silver The rack is fashioned so as to make it easy to place the dish or to remove it The handle at the top Is to use when carrying the hot dish to the tabl As chops should always be served piping hot this is indeed a solution of the question of how to obtain the best results A grooved gridiron that is among the new things of the season promises to revolutionize the art of broiling steaks or chops The new gridiron Is provided with a rest that tilts It In such a way that the grooved iron on which the chop or steak rests Inclines toward the back of the stove and terminates In a little trough into which the gravy finds its way as it courses down the grooves In this manner not a drop of the juice of the meat is lost The cleverest part of the device is the way in which the fire is allowed A DISH BACK to get at the meat while at the same time being deprived of its drippings of gravy A series tf slits In the sides of the grooved channels at a height which while permitting the cooking to proceed precludes the possibility of the gravy escaping into the fire make of the new gridiron as perfect a cool Ing utensil as the old one but with the advantage of preserving the juice of the meat The grooved nart is remov able for purposes of cleaning and the gridiron can be used apart from it If it is desired Blanket Bath Robes If you have a friend who Is going to be married and you want to make her some dainty personal thing build her a bath robe out of a silk blanket The blankets are sold in the shops at reasonable prices They are widely striped in pink and blue violet and buff blue and white One of these can be easily arranged- or a loose kimono robe Large armholes are cut and square sleeves are arranged in with the back and fronts The stripes must go across hi order to give a good hang to the blanket The edges arC bound with four inches of pongee or china silk to match the color of pnefofthe stls FOR COLLEGEMENl Pretty Things In Room Decorations to Please Masculine Minds Christmas presents for the youth at college can always include a number of made things for he is almost lava riably as anxious to have his room fixed up as any girl can be Then he longs to have all sorts of cases for hli athletic traps and his musical instruments if he belongs to any of the glee clubs So anything that contributes to these ends is sure to please him For his study table an attractive blotter is mounted on a linen covered cardboard The linen can be found with the design stamped and dyed ready to outline Spotted lilies beneath with leaves and stems curving upward to the top of the mount make an odd but good design The flower la adaptable by nature to any combiha tion of red blue or yellow college col orsA scrap box will be handy for the table too or It can be used to drop notes of lectures in for safe keeping A pasteboard box about five Inches square makes a good foundation Dis card the cOver and cut down the box an Inch except in the middle of the two sides where indh and a half wide uprights are left Cover the box in side and out with heavy paper and bind the edges with passepartou or cover with silk and finish with a guimpe If paper is used the college pennants may be painted on the panels of the box or embroidered there if cloth has been puton- A circular piece of leather carved in a block and line border and with the circular central space filled with jewels in college colors sewed on in a set ting of carved circles and djampnds makes the handsome cover for a small penwiperPipe can be made useful in al most any college mans room An oblong shaped pasteboard curved and rounded off into irregularity of outline can be covered with burlap In artistic shades Three ribbon loops are ar ranged on It to hold three pipes In the middle of the rack at the top embroider the emblem of the favQrite secret society andon the lower part of the rack make a graceful arrangement of holly leaves Sofa pillows always acceptable are best done in a material heavy enough to stand rather rough handling and must have the college colors or be done In pennants seals or insignia thatper tain to the college Art cretonnes come In artistic colors and are a soft Yet strong fabric Another good present is a scrap basket Handsome ones can be made of large muff boxes covered with den 1m on which has been appliqued a shield of plain color This must first be monogrammed with the college ini tial in the proper colors Of course the denim will in its ground or its figure repeat one of the college colors Pongee coats for lounging are the most comfortable of garments The re cipients monogram in college Colors and small lettering makes one of these desirable to senior or sophomore- If one can use a crbchet or knitting ndedle handily then a college sweater can be evolved one of the most useful gifts of the year Covers for rackets bats banjos and every other kind of case are usable to the college man especially If his seal flag or other insignia appears on them in embroidery Couch covers make sizable gifts and usually mean considerable hand work Nothing can be handsomer tlipugh than one of the art cottons cross stitch ed with the seal In the center and with a broad fancy border Sydney Smiths Salad Dressing That witty divine Sydney Wraith wrote the following directions for a salad dressing which those who have tried praise highly Two boiled potatoes strained through a kitchen sieve Softness and smoothness to the salad give spoonplstrustsoon Yet deem It not thou man of taste a faultVTo add a double quantity of salt Four times the spoon with oil of Lucca crown 4nd twice with vinegar procured from town True taste requires It and your poet begs The pounded yellow of two hard boiled eggs Let onions atoms lurk within the bowl And scarce suspected animate the whole And lastly in the favored compound toss A magic spoonful of anchovy sauce Oh great and glorious Oh herbaceous meat Twould tempt the dying anchorite to eat Back to the world hed turn his weary soul And plunge his fingers in the salad bowl Fudge Cake With Whipped Cream Beat half a cup of butter to a cfearn Gradually beat in one cup of sugar the beaten yolks of two eggs three ounces or squares of chocolate melted over hot water half a cup of molasses half a cup of sour milk half a cup of hot water and then two cups and one half of sifted pastry flour sifted again with one teaspoonful of soda Bake in 7UDOZ OAKB IflTH WMliJbJUJ CREAM ft hot well buttered muffin pan and serve hot with whipped cream sweetened and flavored with vanilla or pow dered cinnamon The recipe makes about eighteen eakes Part of Itmay be baked In a layer and the layer bs cut Into halves and put together Wlfo i little white fcln N t wnz1 SNAPSHOTS OF THE MODE A New Material Highly Approved of Dame Fashion Satin faced cashmere is a new ma terial highly approved by Dame Fash ion this season Nothing In the list of modish things has presented such an economical method of achieving a smart and rich result as the colored net embroideries and darning upon lace or net After the simple net blouse is made upor has been purchased ready madetake a needleful of heavy silk floss in any desired shade and begin to work big coin dots on the net There must be a definite motif or pattern however or the effect will not be good The influence of the directoire Is not confined to womens clOthes for somo 6ERVICEABIB SCHOOL FBOCR 442L A pattern of this school frock may be had in three sIzesfor girls from four teen to eighteen years of age Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4421 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mail 5f the most charming models for young girls show the same features Avery smart frock of this type is shown in the picture the pattern of which is arranged to fit girls from fourteen to eighteen years of age JUDIC CHOLLET FRIBBLES OF FASHION Knickerbockers Worn by Ultra Fash ionables The Newest Girdle Women who affect ultra fashions tire wearing only knickerbockers under their slimmest gowns When petti coats are worn they are the merest slips of liberty satin run through with ribbon and drawn so tightly that free steps are impossible The newest girdle Is In waistcoat shape with turnback revers and Is topped by a late jabot which falls from the throat to the top of it The girdles are made of satin or silk usually plaited Sometimes they are in the colors of the gown with blackI satIn revers and sometimes of black satin or black taffeta A most Napoleonic stock consists of folds of colored satin coming up A SPIUNG SflIBTWAIST1047 A pattern of this plain shirt waist is cut in seven sizesfrom 32 to 44 inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this of fice giving number 4047 and It will be promptly forwarded to you by mall very high on the back and above this a very fine plaiting of white net Big satin covered buttons each side of the front give the true historic air and the whole Is completed by a satin tie with cord pendants The ready made buttonholes and loopscloth satin or braidare a convenience In these days of button deco ration Th4t smartest handkerchIefs for WO- men have centers of solid colors to match the dress or suit accessories and a pure white border These come In linen and silk and are very swag Ser The shirt waist pictured is an ad vanced model that will be found very useful when the spring and summer wajsts are being made V v JTJDId CHODLUT I THE WINCHESTER l Friday Eve Feb 5th The Irresistible Comedienne FLORENCE DAVIS and her Splendid Company In cludii- IgELLIOT DEXTER nIN Hy Esmonds Charming Wood land Comedy Under the Greenwood Tree With the Lavish New York and London Production of Picturesque Scenery Costumes and Effects 4 As ligh frolicsome ftnd clever a play as one conld wiJaVAlaa Dale in New York American UA gemlne triumjh Miss Davis and her piay- arc alike charming New Orleans Item 44The unbounded hit made by Miss Florence Davis nnd her Company at the Tulane is little short of niaryclousNew Orleans Picayune Prices 75c1 and 150 Gallery SOc OPERA HOU- SEThursday Feb 4 S S and LEE SHUBERTI- qcorporated proudly present in all its unabridged entirety the dramatic sensation THEI WITCHINGHOUR The latest and greatest play of Augustus Thomas with a cast of in comparable actors and actresses and a scenic investiture of wondrous real ism and beauty Two Years of Enormous Suc cess in Nw York Six Months of Tremendous Profit in Chicago THE WITCHING HOUR begins where other plays leave off It is ina class by itself the telepathic triumph of the century The wise will procure their seats early Sale opens Monday at 10 a m at Martip Cooks Drug Store Prices 50c to 150 Are You on the Look out fo- rPRICES pocketbook eyesinsearch end- sIANT WITT 8 CO 30 North Ma- inGARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate rage with Ja nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hag Winchester Ky Cor Broiwiway and Highland Ftmcfc Proverb AR ounce of favor goes farther thtt SW PUDCof utlcL tr1iTRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 842 a i4No 22 Daily 1157 tumt No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p inJ No 24 D al 1n25 pib T Ylestboundo 3 tNo 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 ame No 21 Daily 803 amtNo 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p 1cNo 23 Daily 00 438 p m LOUISVILLE NASKYILfcE1 Southbound No CincinnatiKiioxville lor Jal 1000 a m No 33 Cincinnati Jacksonville imited 1057 a m No MaysvilleStanfprd local with Cindnnati conectlon at Paris irrives at 632 departs at 635 p m No 31 Cincinnati Atlanta pinite7 1123 p m r Northbounil No AtlantaCincinnati linnite a VNocphecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 ajn No KnoxvilleCineinnali lo cal arrives 2 50 departs 253 mm No JacksgnyilleCincinnati limited 5 45 p mv All of these trains will stop at Win chester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1906 East Bound t No 2 No4 Stations Daily Daily J v Lexington 2 25 17 35 Winchester 30a d3 L E Junction 320 82o Clay CItyJ 3 50 9 6fc stanton Campton Junction 13581910 tfatural Bridge Torrent 4 47 956 Beattyville June 51011017 r 11045OWestbound DailyDaily Sun NoljEL Sun t PM No3i IitM rN orjn1y l AMT PMIA3L Jackson 61012201IOQ a K June 615 225 74KS Athol 640 252 7SKh Beattyville June 707 320 734 Torrent 730 341 S35 Natural Bridge 7 45 3 55 856 Campton June 748 357 828 Stanton 8 15 J 426 8 54 Clay City 825 435 9 02 L E June 900 507 954 Winchester 19 12 520f 9 46 ArLexington 19 55 605103 THE FOLlOWJNG COPffiECT1fSL ARE MADE UAILY EX CEPi SuNUai L E Junction Trains Nos and 3 will make connection with the C SterlingCampton Nos Iy 2 3 and 4 will connect with tim Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Nosc and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for BeattyviHc Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos a and 4 will connect with the 0 Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations W A MDOWELL Geni Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf a Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE Winchester Bank 0 I WINCHESTER KY iaf N H WITHERSPOON5 PRESIDENT t WRe SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR IOOOUIISf f1 Fresh Lady fingers and almood macaroons Ten cents a dozen tat 4 the Wincke er Bakery I i Ijc IT r T I JrCL Y c ge EtabtV THE WINCHESTER NEWS t RICHMOND BROOM BALt TEAM PLAYS MORAY L Will Line Up With Local Five in Hot ly Contested Game r The Richmond brooin ball team and the local five will line pat the Auditorium Monday night and a hotly contestedname is expected The game is being played to play off a x till that is existing between the two Tteams Y OPERA HOUSE I Under the Greenwood Tree Under the Greenwood Tree anew comedy which las been received Ivptb profuse praise by the critics in Now York and London will be the olrciinj of Florence Davis and her veilchosen players including Elliott Dexter at the opera house Friday evening February 5 This attraction I is under the direction of the Gar rick management who are giving Miss Davis what is reputed as the most worthy cast she has ever had and the play is mounted With the en tire lavish production of picturesque scenery costumes and effects with which Under the Greenwood Tree was seen lat season at the Garrick Theatre New York u The Wolf The Wolf by Eugene Walter and under the direction of Messrs Sam Sand Lee Shubert will be the of feting at the Winchester Theatre next Monday February S The piece has played a successful halfyear engagement in New York and has just citRedone of four months in Chicago making if possi ble foi the Shuborts to tour the piece for a short time previous to its re turn to those cities The Wolf has to do with the Canadian Hudson Bay territory the Hero is a French Ca nadian who undertakes a vendetta against a man who ruined and caused the death of his halfsister He finds himin the of a Scotch trader wIois sblwming to get hold of Hilda the very girl upon whom he has set his own heart The trader has the young womans father on his side but the hero succeeds in carrying her off in a fight and in the closing acts duelTheexcellence The same big production used at the New York Lyric Theatre will be used Seat sale Friday a Martin and Cooks Drug Store LECTURES AT COLLEGE Rev Thomas Hambly will lecture WesleYaCollege 70b0 Mules by Snow Shoe and Dog Train thePropltet= ANOTHER SHUBERT SHOW ifNed Kendall representative o Sam and LccG nbGJt who will pre sent The Wolfat the Winchester Theatre Monthly February 8 blew into town at 842 a m today and by 313 oclock everybody in the di rectory and all telephone subscribers here bemginade aware of the marve lous merits of the same and by th way Mr Kendall h ahead cfa rea good show Ayhicfc is by the same author Eugene Walter who wrote Paid in Full Mr Kendall 1has a breezycordialit Y of manner which stamps him at once asa Southerner and incidentally it Baltiraoriau The Wolf plays in Lexington Friday and Saturday and Mr Kendall earnestly requests all residents and readers of The News to be sure and phone their friends si Lexington how they liked The rePliergs will pack the house here next Monday 1Ytht Jt 1 tHE SECRET OF LONG LIFE Frenck scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method dealswith the blood But long ago ti millions of Americans had proved Sjectrie Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living Tt purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood re builds wasted nerve cells imparts systeIdse ated people Kidney trouble h lighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me ei fi ely Only 50c at Phillips Drug Company PAPERS NOT GRADED YET The result of the examination G my School graduates held Ginly SchodlL Superintendent Tin Saturdaylist all of tLer p per s have not been graded l 7 r c MR K V SCRIM FOR CITY COIIT1 Rising Young Business Man if City and Member of Scheail Board Mr Harry V Scrivener announces in the columnsfof The News today for City Collector Mr Scrivener is now an efficient member of the Lei School board He has been a rev dent of Winchester for twelve years and engaged in the dry goods bus Mess during that time He is OII of the rising young business men of the city and would if chosen undoubtedly handle the citys money as he does his own ELECTROCUTED AT SING SING Special to The News SING SINGeb 1 Dalratorc Grbversale was electrocuted here lo day for the murder of Patroltnan Sechler and Silleck of New York VOTE ON COMMISSION WICHITA Kan Feb LWicliila will have a special election tomorrow for the purpose of voting on a propo sitiou for adopting the commission system of municipal government sad as is now in operation in Galveston Des Moines and other cities REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL lYour only hopeKtors to Mrs Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills7 she writes till wholly cured The prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa tion Headache 25c at Phillips Drug- Store LAW DEPENDS UPON- DEMOCRATIC ACTIONI Caucus Tonight Decides Fate o I Indiana Option iBssaa Indianapolis Ind Feb 1 Unless the Democrats of the state legislature nitghi re a t the county local option law enacted by the special session of the legislature last September A caucus Democratic representatives on Thursday ended when several m thnroom a argument A second caucus called for Friday night failed for lack of a quorum The operation of the county option has been watched with Interest by the legislature Thirtytwo ot the 3S counties of the state are without saloons nine of them having so Totecl since the county option law went into df1hold elections under the county op tion law this week and a fifth on Feb 9 SWAP HOLDS TONIGHT Chicago Enthusiasts Interested In De RouenMarchmont Boat cChicago Feb IRaoul de France and Yussiff Mahmont of key two of the worlds best men at the grappling game will meet oa the mat here tonight in a catcnascatch can bout Local sports are greatly Interested in seeing Mahmout perform as he lias championship aspirations and is said to be anxious to meet Frank Gotch- the worlds champion He boa pia down Jenkins Pardello and good men De Rouen also has A good record although his recent defeat by Westergaard at Omaha has cost hrp some of his fame THE MEAT Of If Patton a mining settlement In Somerset county Pa was almost en tirely wiped out by fire Mrs Sara Vail 103 is dead at her home in Homestead Ind Warden A N Armstrong of the Michigan penitentiary has been aiP rested on charge of accepting b Nine eastern hat factories have de tided to resume operations Feb 9 as open shops and will not use the union labelSecretary Garfield has announced that on his retirement from the cabi 1anet he will take up the practice of law in Cleveland O The Carpenters and JoiaeraU iof America has voted 1000 to P Gompers Mitchell and Morrison figLc against going to jaiL One man was killed and 20 persoss Were injured when a streetcar at Din cianati jumped the tract oa a dowa grade aggin that President Roosevelt as s flog of gratitude fojr the asaletuce rendered the earthqwak mJtiKmnt lay the United State I HRSIWEEK INI AUGUST CHUSEN Elks Fair Committee Will Make FairV THis Year Better Than Ever Ata meeting of the Board of Di Fctors of the Elks Fair Company held in the clubroom Saturday after noon the first week in August was holdingeoa sir this year The fair last year was a great suc cess and the one this year will be mn h bigger better and grander thane er before F thSIIIJTHE MEETING PLACE Kentucky Educational Association Will Assemble Next JuneaFRANKFORT Kyleb IPIIof- J G Crabbe State Superintendent of Public Instructioncalls attention to lit1 next meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association as follows The thirtyeighth annual session of the Kentucky Educational Associa iou will be held at Estill Springs Irvine Ky on June 22 23 slid 24 There is probably no place in entucky so well equipped tool so ad jnirably adapted to the entertainment if the association as Estill Springs The large 21dfnshio led homelike TpP srtr roimdings are beautiful and the meet ang this year should be the greatest autl best in the history of the associa non The advantages offered this year for the entertainment of the mem equaledIThe saving to the members of hundreds of dollars Very little if anYL veduc flog in hotel rates and but few spe cial advantages have been offered by air y city where former sessions of the association have been held The following advantages are assured forth meeting A straight rate of 150 per day for 400 guests at Estill Springs Hotelav A straight rate of 125 for 200 guests at the other three ho citylaica day for 250 guests citycuse tr TchicTi is kept by the Estill Springs Hotel during the summer season The exclusive use of the big hotel for guests of the association The exclusive use of the big hotel for guests of the association The free use of the large audito Tnm ballroom under the roof of the big hotel for the place of the meet ia The free use of the tennis courts IxmKng places croquet yards fine Tratery pure mountain air beautiful lawns and gardens for the whole month if you want to stay so long Special trains on the L A rail Toad connecting with the Southern atTvine UNCLAIMED LETTERS Boon Miss Eahes Blaekwell Mss Emma Kate JJash Mr Tilaitha wEustes jlrsG H- tircenMissBessie Oilisoii Jim Oibson Miss JMaiy Hall Clarke Martin Henry V Ofifh Lew Kankins Capp RaglingWP Teckenbroch W Et Whitehead Miss Julia Watts AsaVV Walden Berry R R PERRY PostmasterdeWINCHESTER pniLER MILLS The oPdest and best institution w the county is the Winchester Roller dills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr Verfection and monWhite Pear ftoj r has no eauaL Better thna Coca Colamore refreshing Roxa Cola at Kidrrells 129 1t i Jones soda fountain 136 N Main now handles Roxa Cola 294tasua3laataLOST vjound for skle for rent ads trEllSeinthe olassitrcohimn I tJI LWlfY TO INTRODUCE ANTISALOON MEASURE Seeks to Prohibit Shipment of Liquor Into Local Option Territory- WASHINGTON Fob lepresentative Langley of Kentucky will introduce oh Monday the interstate liquor shipment bill prepared by the antisaloon league of America to obviate the objection of the unconstitu tionally urged against the Littlefield billThe objection to the Littlefield bill was that it made interstate ship ments of liquor subject to the State laws immediately upon crossing the border which was claimed by its op ponents to be an attempted delega Congressional power andonerefore unconstitutional The new measure provides for the direct exercise of Congressional pow er by itself prohibiting the shipment or transportation of liquor to any State or Territory or District of the United States or part of the same heresuch shipment could not leg lly be made within the same It is dosifntd to protect both prohibition SliP = and dry territory within local option States x Iliw G PICTURE SALE The chairs piano machine anc plcitu1nt auction Monday morning to satisfy a debt The 100 chairs were purchased by Mr D T Matlack for alsoipurchasedhe piano was purchased by the Krell Piano Company for 125 Quite a large crowd attended the sale WincheslerI Opera House We are All Going to See Ml ONBOARD ARE OROMNEU British Steamer ClanRanald Foun dered Near Edithburg t s Special to The News MELBOURNE Feb IThe British steamer ClanRanald foundered near Edithhurg The captain and the crew mostly Asiatic were drowned lOSS OF 150000CAUSED BY fiRE Central Arcade Consisting of Twenty Stores Burned in Schenectaday Special to The Ivaws- SCHENECTADAY N T Feb 1 The Central Arcade consistingof twenty stores burned this moruin7 with a hundred and fifty thousaid dollars loss TWO HUNDRED LIVES FIlAee Burned Wear Canton Special to The News V CANTON ChinnDeb ll Svo 1i1tdestroyedtoday Monday February 8th 1SAMSLEESHUBERTOffer lI Play ooee ws Six Months in New York Four Monthsin Chicago Slay Seats Early LA STORY OF THE GREAT HUDSON BAY COUNTRY I J THE SAME GREAT CAST AND ENTIRE PRODUCTION I PRICES 5Ocr 100 r 15O BOX SEATS X150 NO FREE LIST Seats on Sale at MartinCook Drugstore Friday agile Casting Co 1- INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY MANUFACTURERS OF Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel AHuminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds I Drawings J i Specifications and Blue Prints WEARE ALSO AGENTS 80R j All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes CORNELLVVb 1 Gen Manager JV CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines on more used within one year 4 cents s lineI 1 FOR RENT Cottage on Lexington avenue Apply Mrs Rachel Eaton 2x qnirI pyihgfor6n Mr A HSympsori joJ 2 Juj WANTEDrrGeutlemen to call auH see thevjSuits and overcoats I am 30bGEORGE N KOHLHASS v 213t- WANTEDBoarders or aroom for rent Apply to Mrs 0MaFlynn 133 WestHickman street 1303t ldingbedTight stove bath cabinet Morris chair desk chair and few rockers 290 South Main street 1293t FOR RENT OR SALE510 acres of land in Wharton couirty Texas Suitable for truck gardening one and onehalfmiles from railroad years rental free W S tITelm 406 Fountain Court Louis ville Ky l28TlmrsSatTue FOR SALE Will sell at public auc tion February 22nd Court Day at 2 p m at Court House five PeoplesStateJ N RANKIN 311 Bush Auctioneer 128tdeod SeturdiyJanuary about four months old IMuvu to 244 S Main street and iPCOIP reward 73t CLOSING OUT SAID mg rented my store room Hijp Com pelled to close out at once my stock i harness saddles stock aItything callJ W REID N Main street P SParties wbplease call and settle 120Gt- STRAYEDFrom Pine Grove January 25th 1 red cow and 2 heifers marked X Iwith tar 10 re ward for their return to FRANK STIVERS Athens Ky l2610t FOUNDSigma Nu fraternity pin withowners initials T K Ponback Chapter Beta Sigma Own er can have same by paying for this advertisement and applying at Baldwin storeX123tf NMain1909R J FOR RENT House of roomsbcorner Hickman and Main Rent reasonable Apply to DR VAUGHT l206t FOR SALE Coal at 21Norfh Main withboth1191mo canhapaying for this advertisement 118tf FOR SALEGrocery and meat shop paying business Terms able Address VIA B tihrseason 114tf WANTED To take orders for mak tinibalesCollege 12n0L TV FOR SALE Cheap graphophoiic and about 30 records 7als olarge ddressiNRWANTED To bup furs scrap iron A rlyeritWashingtonL t 1T9lino l tOwnerat this ofSce and paying for adder tisement 1 L 25tl 4iT f 4L