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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s 9 Eastditionl i J i I4 HASKELL AMONG THOSE mUlCTED r t1 Federal Grand Jury Returns Seven True BillsConspiracy the Charge 1 Muskogee Okla Feb 4As a rep suit of the investigation of the grand jury of the alleged frauds in connec4 Jon with the scheduling of town lots in this city ceven indictments were returned The charge against the defendants is conspiracy to defraud the government The tames cf these indicted are f Governor Charles N Haskell F B Severs A Z English C W Turne- rY T Hutchins James W Hill and Walter R Eaton Attorney Thomas H Owen of Mus kogee representing Governor Has iell made arrangements for the govo ernor Friday morning to enter his app pearance and give bond in the sum of 5000 for appearance for trial The writs issued are returnable forthwith Governor Haskell is at Guthrie the state capital There Is but one indictment against him charging him with conspiring with Walter K Eaton andClarence W Turner to defraud the government There are two indictmentagainstr Turner and one each othersWalter R Eaton one of the men in dicted is a brotherinlaw of Walter R Richie of Lima O He is the sec retary of the Indianola Contracting company of which Governor Haskell la president and which it is alleged scheduled the names of many dummies to secure town lots lOOMY OUTLOOK FOR IIASIIAftTEAM HERE Committee Thinks it Impossible to Raise Necessary Funds Eor Maintaining Team Gloomy is the prospect for a base = ball team in Winchester this year Those having the management of the baseball in charge met Wednesday night to receive the report of the canvassing committee This com mittee repQrted that the people seem ed to be indifferent to a baseball proposition and that in their opinion it was impossible to raise the nec esasry funds with which to start the season They reported that the members of the Blue Grass League were to meet in Richmond on Wednesday February 10th at which time one halfof the deposit rjequired was to be paid to the treasurer The amount of deposit for each team is 300 If the deposit is not made on February 10th the franchise of those cities failing to pay the deposit will Lbe forfeited and given to some other It is necessary for Winches ter to have 2000 in subscriptions before the ball team can incorporate and unless this amount of subscrip tions is in the hands of the promoters of the team by Tuesday February 9th they will decline to put up the r deposit on the 10th and let the fran chise be forfeited Those who are 1mOstly interested in having baseballI realize that great advertisement for the town and is a benefit for all of the citizens a3 it gives healthful and clean recreation to the business men and at the same time the money which is paid to the ball players is all spent amongst the merchants of this city The canvassers for stock to the ball team were very much discouraged with the reception which they had t received from those upon whom they es It was finally decided that the canvassers would start again Friday and would work Friday Saturday iandMonday and make a report Mon day night and if the necessary 2 000 had not been subscribed they would let the franchise of Winches wou1drnot be represented in the Blue Grass s League the coming yea It is the opinion of many of our most wide awake merchants that Winchester cannot afford to drop out of the League now and it is believed that when the people understand the mat ter fully that they will cheerfully subscribe to the team The stock r is lo a share nona sessable and is not payable until May 1st MiSs Margaret Davis is visiting Miss Inez Edwards in tlje country F f i 1 r ic 9 1 e J s j t LARGEST CIRiJLATIONINWlNCHESTER ANC LARK COUNTY tiflt T EfliWINCUESTER NEVS f4 t Partly Cloudy day WEATHER Warmer Tonight Frl J f WEEKi dejcIined I ifiJrhe Duplex PressJ t 1 i Now Being Installed in Office of The Winchester News Few of the readers of The News realize the immense work involved in i the installation and erection of the Duplex press the picture of which appears above The press was unloaded from the cars Monday morning ami five or six men under the di rection of the expert from the Du plex Printing Press Company has been steadily at work since and may if all goes well havt the press up by The at the of the at Tad by Mr W P and A R in is The this the in had pur by G and of this for Mr the ana the as he was Mr was not in and not be ewe I The the will be one the will come the will be or not the will an for the fire J R for the of S C 90 of on Hb S ll t it will to be and ad The be to run its if r is not of this and in of near the size of Winchester in the of nor v can of a It can the of The for che Webb Motor Wagon Y New Hose Wagon Recommended the Committee ti Purchase the Council City Councilwill their meeting tomqrrow night confirm purchase Webb motor hose wagon made Yincennes Hackett thief REPORT OF SALE IS DENIED BY MR WHITE Heralds Story Concerning Purchase- of Hargis Store Jackson Denied Lexington raldreported morning that Hargis Brothers large store Jackson been Messrs John White Floyd Day city 25000 Later White called News office denied story insofar concerned Day town could inter dICOUNCIL MEETING regular monthly meetingof City Council held Friday night The most important matter aside from work that before Council deciding definitely whether city purchase automobile hose wagon department LAUD SOLDIBush Agent heirs Christy sold acres land wards Upper Creek CHursday tpsJ Shinfesa atf38 serer rIT next Saturday night And then have regulated justed before News grill able edition offon There another press size character anycity State Kentucky Neither Frank fort Ashland Maysville boast such machine handle circulation News Fire for by chased routine Baldwin last week for the fire depart ment The Webb wagon is considered the best motor wagon the market and will double the efficiency of the de TAFT IS TO BE MADE MASON AT SIGHT Ceremony to Take Place in Cincin nati February 18 in Presence of Many Masons Hon Charles S4 Hoskinson of Zanesville the most Worshipful Grand Master of Ohio Freemasons has announced his intention of making William Howard Taft president elect A Mason at sightv The core mopy will take place in Cincinnati at the Scottish Rite Cathedral on Thursday afternoon February 18 in the presence ofa large number of prominent Masons of this and other States The ceremony will be simple in itself and yet it is very IPer formed It is the prerogative of the Grand Master alone to ma eaman a Mason at sight or without the us ual ceremonies i t SMALL BLAZED The fire department was called out at 11 oclock Thursday night to extinguish a small blaze on the second floor of Felds Clothing Store loss Was about 100 fully covered by insurance The eausois unknown 1many years to come The News office has had many vis f itors so far and cordially invite anyone to come and see the press now anji later when ityis in operation This office is now far and away beyond any other establishment of its kind in Eastern Kentucky It is more fully eaiii forany kindof work than anyOther office Its job facilities are unsurpassed for turning I The parbnentI The wagon is propelled bya forty horsepower engine j x one thousand feet of hose fortyfour gallon chemical tank two 24 foot GOVERNOR A E J WftONISS- UES1PRUCAMkTIONCalls on People of Kentucky to Com AnniI 1 error Willson yesterday issue aLin peopleithem to gather in their communities on February 12 the one hundredth anniversary of Lincolns birth dis play the flag and have read his first inauguraladdress abd his Gettysburg oration CONVERSATION AND READING CLASS On Friday afternoon at 5 oclock the Conversation and Beading Class of K W C conducted for the pu pils by Prof H K Taylor will meet in thesmall chapel of the college largenuAberofonehalf hoar in telling many lAter esting things about the newborn Re public y He extends a special myitation to the pupils and teacher of the City Schools ana any other friends who s1 to be present 9v fi iA r wtQt t i v jfr S j rttV 0 r out work in first class style and more rapidly than any other office in this sectionj e Thc News asks its readers and patrons to overlook any defects for the next few days The office is of course in great confusion and it is difficult to get the paper out on time rkl looking as wellas it ought When the new press is in running condition most of the mfechanical difficulties will have disappeared by on carries ladders and other fire fighting appar atus The gong oil the wagon is very large and can be heard eight Blocks away which will warn citizens far in advance of its approach CLARK COUNTY FARMERS TO MEET SATURDAY Prof Snerfins of State University Will Deliver Important Address- on Live Topics The regular monthly meeting of the Clark County Farmers Associa tion will be held at the court house next Saturday week February 13 Prof Sherfins of the Agriculture Department of State University o Lexington will deliver an address at the meeting on the subject of how to prepare tobacco beds and the selec tion of tobacco seeds Prof Sherfins is ones of the best known tqbacco experts in the State aad Iris lectures are full of valuable information to the farmers and th should not miss this opportunity o hearing him Several addresses will be delivered bY some of the lo cal farmers and the meeting promises to be a very interesting one NEWSBOY WINS PRIZE Percy Singleton one of the hust ling newsboys on the firce of The News won the prize offered by the circulation department for securing the largest number of new subscri JanuaryW i jX p fOj rt DELEGATES DON r FIGHTiNG TOGS Internal Strife Reappears Amoha 17 MinersSavage Makes Threats j Indianapolis Ind Feb 4After celebrating with a stormof cheers the reelection of President Thomas L Lewis and after the tellers had retired to count the ballots for vice president and secretary treasurer the convention of the United Mine Workers of America indulged in an excit ed revival of the controversy over in Carnal dissensions between the Lewis party and the faction led by his opponent for the presidency John H Walker Speaking of an unsigned letter rC ceived by some of the leaders charging that Ohio Union officers had sold out to operators G W Savage secretary of the Ohio district severely arraigned certain parties that net being in power themselves would destroy the organization so as to destroy those that are In power So far as he personally was concerned he declared that if the authors of the letter were made known to him and persisted in their attack on his char acterhe would walk over their corpses or they should walk over his He offered a regard of 10 for evidence that would identify those responsible for the letter William Green president of the Ohio miners added 50 to Mr Say ages 100 and Lee Rankin also an Ohio officer also offered another 100 A R Watkins said that he had signed operators and miners contracts for many years in subdistrict No 5 of Ohio and there never had been an intimation of the price of a cigar ia one of them Tile leader of the antiadminlstra tiorf faction President Walker of 1111 nqii then took the floor to say that he too had been the victim of libel lous statements one of them being that he had purposed to steal 10000 from the treasury of the Illinois min ers to be used in his election as na Jttonal president and D Reelen Franc Feehan as president of the Pittsburg district He said the organ ization was being exploited for the selfish ends of certain of its leaders President Lewis followed Mr Walker with a counterblast against his enemies He said the Ohio letter was the last link in a conspiracy to disrupt the organization because he happened to be its president He read from a special edition of s Springfield trade paper articles which he called scurrilous con demning his administration as corrupt and extolling Mr Walker Her read letters to prove that this edition of the newspaper had been paid for by the Illinois officers Frank Farrington vice president of the Illinois miners addressed the delegation in defense of himself and Mr Walker and made further attack on Mr Lewis and his eupp terst WILL DEFEND TITLE i Abe Attell to Meet Eddie Kelly In RIng Tonight New Orleans Feb 4 There WIll be some easy picking for Abe Attell featherweight champion of the world tonight at the Southern Athletic club when he meets Eddie Kelly of Chicago unless the stars in the pugilistic sky are lying Kelly has heard the referees nine ten twice before when Jie met Attell and it will be three times and out for Eddie tonight If not there will be a new feather- weIght champion tomorrow The bout will go ten rounds unless one of the boys goes to the hay soon er There will be a big crowd of sports at the ringside Railway Conductors Arrested Toronto Ont Feb 4 After five weeks shadowing by a detective agency two Grand Trunk railway conductors were arrested both cornffpany The arrested conductors are tilumJoseph Woods were also taken into custody on a charge of selling bogus tickets It is alleged these men sold the tickets and the conductors hon ored them DillfRoosevelt will send to congress tkiis week a special message vetoing the bill which provides for the taking of the next census The veto will be accompanied by facts and figures upholding the objections of the president to the thousands of appointments being made outside the civil service Iiang Defeats Squires S W1Feb 413111 Bill Squires for tbe Australiih W- 2 J r i fJ JIf Y II 1 iI lT 1j ti fHE WINCHESTER NEWS t t y A FE RUI3 ZXM- oNTa T U Fa SAT pI 1 3 46Z 8 9 10 11 EP 1 1 1516 1718 19 2Q 21 232 252 2 8 I fClark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo yak of the I widand hilt cKmMngiax laid each year Road can the Far as as a one On the Basis of ap plication of Methods 9 we tion and repairing guaranteedNo and conditions of private streets or Crashed and Building Sale We purchase Dynamite and Sand in car lots and will sell same in any The putting in of all a specialty and satisfaction J A Stitch in Time saves nine If theres anything shaky or Lose or missing in the body of your carriage consult 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 T STROTHER SCOTT Peoplds State Bank CAPITAl OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago depresionourdepositors o enroll new names every week We want yours You o are coxiiolly inted to open an account with us Perksonal attenioa to all business J M HCGKINCashleri PresidentCitizens National Bank i4 Pai3ttpQapi aIjioO000 Surplus 42000 f WtSOLIC T xvi Busl assJ I Will give yoUiCourteous treatment and attend promptly f and carefully to all business entrusted to tis q J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier jv T F Phillips V Pres JW oynter AsstjGasliier k t j wStit tr s r lOUR UF J 8PECTIDN Value of a Day Spent With State Highway Commissioner ROADMAKING POINTS GAINED Right Way to Sprinkle a Macadam Roadway Three Wise Drainage RulesForming a Subgrade Gravel and Telford Road Construction We start every morning at exactly half past 7 oclock said State High way Commissioner James H Msgdon aId of Connecticut on a recent ettilng when the writer was arrangin r a days trip in the official au Ebile over the highways which hay iade that state famous for its good toads It was then 0 oclock or later and the commissioner had just returned home so we anticipated a strenuous tomor row Promptly at the hour appointed all were ready for the start The Improved roads over which we traveled have moderate grades and smooth surfaces Though some of them were built a dozen years ago and have never been treated with oil or tar or any special preparation they were In perfect condition except for some few spots where the autos are doing their destructive work and the need of a little trap rock dust to pro tect the second course of stone Is ap parentOne of the first points noticed on this trip was that the tate roads out side of the villages were smoother than those connecting with them that are under the care of the municipalities says Charles S Long In the Good Roads Magazine Within one town the eommissioner called attention to a sprinkling wagon that was forcing the water down on the macadam and flush ing the fine dust to the gutters Instead of spraying it gently and leaving it to form a binder to the road That kind of sprinkling tends to ruin a macadam roadway by removing the surfacing material just as the motor car and the wind remove It Speaking of a stretch of road that extended like a ribbon of asphalt until the perspective brought It to a point at the farthest limit of vision the com missioner explained that It was con structed of gravel and had been sur otiare being treated In this way are graded and rolled and then afte a year or so are given a surfacing of trap rock splinters and dust which abound In the state The state fur nishes annually a certain amount of broken stone or screenings to each town and along the sides of the roads are to be seen piles of this material surmounted by signboards bearing the words State PropertyJWhen a road of whatever kind of construction Is to be built with state aid in Connecticut the plans are drawn In the commissioners office in the cap Itol building at Hartford An engineer Is then sent to establish the grades along the proposed road These grades are verified from time to time by the engineer and tabs which may have been displaced lnthe prosecution of the work by the Contractor are reset so that the finished road shall conform exactly to the original specifications Drainage Is attended to first on the principle of the commissioners famous three keepsvlz Keep the water off the road keep It out of the road keep it from under the road This having been attended to the necessary bridges and culverts are arranged for Thesfe are being constructed of concrete as fast as possible Then comes the forming of the sub grade The contractor Is required In building any kind of road to remove all loam roots and vegetable matter from the proposed travel way of the road and also everything oro spongy nature If there Is not materiaa enough to bring the subgrade to the height required the contractor must supply the deficiency If there Is an overplus from cuts It must be disposed of ac cording to directions The subgrade Is rolled thoroughly with a ten ton steam roller and brought to the exact contour of the finished road surface Importance Is laid upon the manner of building the shoulder In fact importance Is laid upon every step In the progress of construction for the commissioner says that there are no little things In roadinaklng and the contractor Is required to extend the shoulder several Inches on to the travel way and thoroughly roll or ram the material down to the established grade and then cut It back to the line This renders If firm and unyielding to the metaling In the cdostettftdMi of a gravel road it Is pee11lli1 tMt the fret course shan consist of good eldue gnrel not leas tboa 80 pet ceat of graYel Usa balance material that win brad We loam wftl V alknret- Tbe travel hQ mace from PM able M tMM lrCla 1k f flr eC ts iir f Ta taba t e lse nthe giroid ss asS ta H7 pealblia ridSg oast tiie upeMfttn Tfc irarel itaX be e Q ear 14sSt e1T JIIM eft ftowa jrtMr vi a aprbkfcr Mali fe W t titlite Bourse wist dow Z4 i411agJftjt t Wrf dIt wI iftttr tke ant enIe the sgsirssel e oe aad the st IIM pkrs ii tttJfieat tr2xeYry partleular as dksCrlbed tfr tW tm ceww except thiit tesize el tlM reiefiisttie t be lirjptr thaa WIll Jro through a two Inck i I FURSAREINSEASON Skins of Nearly AH Animals For Wo mans Comfort It Is now that furs are really needed aif ever and they are made In sumptuous manner Muffs are more like doubled pillows than before for at least a hundred years The best of the new styles in muffs have a little hid den place for the hands while the fur Is laid flat over the hands even ex tending out quite to the elbow These flat sides hang down sometimes to a length almost ridiculous and are fringed with numbers of poor little paws while a head or two add to the protest against womens ideas of need The capes are warm and when made of the thicker furs such as fox skunk and bear they certainly do look cozy and comfortable The pointed fox which has been dyed to a uniform brown is a handsome fur The silvery long hairs add much to its beauty Seal Is now so very expensive that few are able to have a garment of the rich and sumptuous fur while sables are veer scarce and correspondingly dear Ermine Is too light and chin chilla too frail for good value while otter and fine mink are almost out of existence so fox coon and skunk are what the most of the neck pieces are made of bear also but the great difficulty with bear jig that It will mat down so In a little while a bear fur will show hundreds of little hard bunches where the soft inner fur ii matted Skunk Is really one of the handsomest and best furs for hard usage One dealer told me that skunk Is related closely to the sables and that he considered a piece made up of fine young skunksklns quite as good In every way as sable But women will not believe that so long as sable costS hundreddmore as the dealer can get And sable skins are not much bigger than rats Skunk fur has an Irldiscent luster all Its own In the sunlight It shows all the colors of the rainbow on each hair But so long as it costs so little in comparison the heart of a woman will yearn for sable As though seal and baby lamb were not dear enough and luxurious enough they are now made up with embroidery and lace and this work Is done In a manner to add greatly to the expense But those who can afford such furs now find plain seal and other close furs not rich enough In themselves We shall see jeweled next themI Pony coats and caracal coats rious lengths are very commonly worn broughtrby the requirements of the I it 1LLUW1NTKU PUBS automobiles In fact It seems that there is no animal living whose skin is not required for the comfort or adornment of lovely woman You lucky little kid you perished so you did for my sweet sang the poet long ago as though the kid should be happy to Cle for her The caracal coats are really elegant being cut In long flowing lines and they are not too oppressively warm But after all fur Is not healthy when the garment Is long and close for It makes the wearer too warm and thus liable to take cold Better have the dress made warm particularly about the waist and then have a neck piece of some kind and a muff for the hands is sufficient Evening and opera cloaks and wraps should come under the head of furs for often a long wrap or cloak will be completely lined with some fur alt rah the lining fur differs from tke baiBt the band I mean the border which goes around the bot tom aai down the fronts This band is molly of some thick fur dreamy white Booflen Is beautiful and so tewhtte fox but lighter sad daintier the band of BwanedowB This 4taMf ae iae nie4 laved at aU trim mtaf tat It Is noW scarce and very raIIwits tke feUcate gray Siberian squir rel wfcfcfcir otfen spoken of as chin ohllta ChtnehMla to thick but aftMA wfcfie the Siberian squirrel rnMeeMrt ft sad ekM e tltp8 aQ 4 Ilalbtg best IMffnot very strong 4 tke auto cosh for wome n u h t alIna loop 1 Tegariaeit is Ikied wtoraii kraf VibIdi 1s the itbi Ito eiruingrurx e OLITfe HARPER c I t5he Lincoln Centenary Lincoln as Military Strategist By JAMES A EDGERTON tCopyrlght 1509 by American Press Asso dationi iN the beginning i of the war President Lin coin distrusted his own military abilities and left pretty much everything to his generals Later when his gener als failed to bring results he tried to find out why At last he determined personally to learn the science of war He went about it in the s a m e thorough way that be had fitted himself ash surveyor It took him only a few weeks to do that because he liE STUDIED WAR applied his whole NIGUT AND DAY intellect to the problem and worked at It night and day In learning military tactics he read every book on the subject that was available Military men from Eu rope were surprised by the familiarity which he showed with technical terms and with the military history of their own lands Democracy presents strange and new spectacles to the world Here wastcountry lawyer without knowledge or experience of war placed suddenly in ofIthe diplomacy and multitudinous gov ernmental affairs were In his bands and that at a time when one false move would have precipitated a crisis with other nations But the most mar velous part of the unusual spectacle was to come The older nations babel- this country lawyer without experi ence In statecraft diplomacy or wa develop a wise cautious and masterly polIcymost delicate entanglements and sa him at last gain a grasp of military science which enabled him to bring order out of chaos and to choose gen erals that were equal to their mighty task As soon as Mr Lincoln had mXde study of all the available hooks of war he took a more active part In th Breamistake i after that officer admittedly a fine en fighterhadingness to accomplish results Not un til Lincoln saw that McClellan was bidding for the presidency did he final changeNeglectinsults he had borne with exemplary patience Onlywhen It was plain that the general of his chief army was mor intent on advancing his political for tunes than he was on ending the war did the president act Later all his moves In connection with the Army of the Potomac showed that he was hunting for a general Matters began to mend but Lincoln had not yet foun I the man Two commanders were trie only to be discarded Meadeor was It Gettysburgbutpointed that the victory was not vigorously followed up and Lees army destroyed before it could escape Into Vir- ginIa He felt that one bold stroke her would have practically ended the war arid In this most military authorities agree with him criptalnPlacingj armies he left him practically unham pored to complete the war lie exhlb Ited his owns generalship not only In his choice of the man but in turning over to him all details Mr Lincoln displayed his general ship In many ways HL exhibited It before the war In his mnnner of co ducting his political kettles While opposed to slavery he was too wise to demand all he had In view His fight was to stop the spread of slavery Into the territories He thus attacked the foe at his weakest point When victory was gained on this minor d tail It was gained all along the line Again Mr Lincoln showed his gen eralshlp in his insistence that the war was to save the Union and not tosave or destroy slavery By this means he kept the border states in the Union and gained the support of the war DemocratsHis In regard to Fort Sum ter was a third evidence of his tactical tbllity Any weakening at that point would have been fatal Lincoln here1 bowed himself superior to Seward nnd matfngtemporiursals ical time heartened the nationIHis modifications of Scwards n wise Instructions to our minister te Masoisn morous attitude toward Yallandlgham and other northern pV6nents of the war and greatest of all his Issuance asbea war mcaisufp tftt fbtand other like ftcti snowed vtfcaF Afrraham Lincoln wasa political anil ralllttry general of thefirst rank l DIRECTORY i KtittfCkV t Y IAcordinR to the last census Ken tuokv has a population of 8147174 The Area is 40400 square miles 400 of wh ch is water has river border lines on the East North and west The streams wthia the State asa rule head in the South East and flow in a North Westarly direction thla fact retarded the construction of railroads and the development ot our re yerrsThe were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio river and South of the Oumberand Mountains In those days here was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand bas increased rail roads have been built a id others are contemplated that will develop our resources It tvoull seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible utilities until a time when they are most needed by he country 0 tr supply of umber ta imited but there is enough to hit for many years to come We have a coal area of ove fifteen thousand square miles encughbo sup ply the world Othor minerals await developmentNatural and oil io nay ng quan tities are being developed n many local ities There are no more badpeople In Kentucky than in other state in proportion to population God peopie regardless of politics or religion are always welcome Clark CtMty Land acres 1582176 Land assessment 5452120 personarpropertyincluding Tax rate for all county purposes SCcts on the hundred dollars The foot hills of the mountains are ju the Eastern border of the count v the Kentucky river on the South forms oftwentyfiveWinchester has extensive lumber rolls Three railroads go entirely across he county Chesapeake Ohio fibuis villa Nashville and Lexington EasterH Blue Grass is a natural product Un cultivated land will set itself in Blue ass Crops of timothy and clover an be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain To quantitiesAll the limate can be raised with profit The census of 1900 gave the pbpula tiers at 16 694 Ld1st Monday in April i r2nd Monday in September L 1st Monday in December JM Benton Judge S B A Crutcher Attorney wCOUNTY COURT 4th Monday in each month QUARTERLY COURT 3rdTuesday in each month r COUNTY OFFICERS J EvansJudgei cCloward Hampton Sheriff J A Boone County ClerkW T Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisen berry Assessor W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailor I Brinegar Coronerc v JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 1st Dist J 09 Richards ScottRenickt4th Dist J E Ramsey 5th Dist Robert True e6th Dist F F Goodpaster 7th Dist Ben E Wills 4 Winchester 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 has indtoted on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Licking rivers haav andlightsdid graded schools and numerous churches isepartment is one of the best in the State The assessed valuation of all property tapproainsteshreethe hundred dollars is sixty cen for city and forty cents for schools The 0 ft 0 L Nand Li It Bt railroads center at Winchester tke ippinlacilitiescation for factories New concerns are given five years exemption from wiUnCITY OFICEUj J A Hughes S B Tracey Clerk xFeRiland IX Ramsey Collector r1 tJPOLlex N Mal Tarpy Chief Albert TannerI rCaroltBOARD OF COUNCIL Ward 5 John Reese l1st lV P Hackett iIj A R Martin2nd Ward 1 L Todd 1tgrd Ward J1J4th Ward JI Jonee J 5th Ward j G DMM cOulluiap if1 su 0 JDtJ DllPAXTKK1IT I v AB aJno filLHardllig Secretary Y il r feted of f KatIH f1fy t t G WStn ther president 4i C H Xees Secretary i I H W SCTiYeaer Treasurer Harry Bctoa X B ConiettV WAAda e J JCAW James Hisle ZeaBrv t4 V L Foster i i4 t o II I THEI WINCHESTER NEWS J y T Pi1hnE r WomatfsWorH MARIA MONTESSORI Teaches the Children of Rome to Read i and Writ With Playthings One of the most interesting among the many Intellectual Italian women of the present day is Marta Montessori Who holds an appointment as lecturer in the University of Rome Her rare Sifts of personality and eloquence make her a fascinating speaker and lecturer But she is no less widely known for her philanthropic work among the poor pf Rome especially for her original method of teaching children to read and write by ingenious playthings In steady of by the usual laborious meth ods This system she has introduced In the Casa del Bambini the childrens house the quarters especially set dwellingshave learnrunconsciously at the same time MARIA MOKTESSORI the various rudiments of knowledge Wonderful is the way in which the art of Writing comes to them under Si igriora Montessoris system almost as the art of walking comes Milan the Intenevtiial capital of Italy has just started a childrens house on the same lines in the five new workmens dwell rings built under the auspices of the Umanitarla The ideas of Signora Montessori have been carried out hereunder her own genial supervision and the Casa del Bambini promises to be a happy place for the little ones A Need of Business Women My earnings amount to 30 a week visitinghousekeeper tyoung New York widow who has the support and education of four small children to look out for It was a question of putting my children In an institution or finding some way by Which I could earn a living at home There are several business women who live In the same uptown flathouse with me None of them feels that sh Is able to keep a regular servant an the cleaning woman who came to them weekly never did what they wanted They were always envying my neat roomS One day the thought struck me and I offered to do their weekly Cleaning and mending My charges were 2 a week for cleaning and 50 cents for mending To the cleaning woman who always accompanies me Ip y 1 a day besides giving her three meals This woman comes in at 8 a m And after eating her breakfast helps me to get the children off to school Then we set my own little flat to rights After this Is properly accom PUshed we begin the real work of theJ day making the flats of my patrons shine like new cleansrI prepare the clothes house linen and personal apparel for the laundry I see that the curtains are kept fresh and clean that the china and glass Are washed and polished I clean th silver and knives and do the And one little things necessary to make A fiat look homelike On Monday we do the four fla which are in the same house with me On other days we can only do two a day because they are some distance Away Of course if I didnt have to be back at home in the middle of tit day to give my children their lunc goingwelmore Hats It Is my children who ar behind all this work and my firs thought must always be for themI The Luncheon Club Why not have a luncheon club It is not an especially new idea but it A good one and the wonder is there are not more of them in exis- ence The principalobject of a lunch eon club is obviously enough these I ing of luncheon This may be with a purely social end in view but It isnt so entertaining this way as when A certain educational motive is inclu ed In the reasons for the clubs existJ enc If the club exists for the Pn r pose of trying new dishes and exper I mentlng in cookery It is not only more fun but decidedly more instructive as well and in such a club the members take turns tn entertaining the otfier t i i1 H r i I members at luncheon and each one makes an effort to serve as many new dishes as possible alneighbortwo of the members could entertain together thus making the task of sere ing luncheon to so many less burdensome A club which does not enforce strict rules limiting its menu to a certain number of courses will be almost sure to prove a failure as there are few women who can withstand the tempta tion to strive to outdo their sisters in matters of his kind and without such limiting rules a club of this kind will soon become a burden One such club has an ironclad rule that salad and dessert shall not be served at the same meal The charm of a club where new dishes are studied and cooking prob lems discussed is its informality The women who belong to it come together with a common end in view that of learning something Besides this there Is always the added value which comes from meeting with other wo men and exchanging views and experi ences It keeps the busy housewife from getting into a rut in her housework and ft takes away a little of the element of drudgery from the round of household tasks If two members en tertain together as many as ten may belong to such a club but if one hostess entertains alone the club should not number more than six 9If there isnt a luncheon club in your neighborhood why not start one Why not manage to discover an enter taining aspect to the old tiresome ques tion of What shall we have to eat Cleaning the Sewing Machine Women who do not thoroughly un derstand the sewing machine often blame the manufacturer when the fault of still running can be traced to not keeping the machine clean Most persons think that liberal doses of oil are all that is necessary Too much oiling is injurious and oil where there has not been careful dust ing is worse than none at all It is not enough to give a surface dusting The cracks and crevices must be kept clean This cannot be done with a cloth Instead use a coarse silk thread to draw back and forth through cracks to get out fine dirt that cannot otherwise be removed The work of cleaning a machine is lessened if a small bellows is kept in one of the drawers and the fine lint threads and ravelings are blown out of the crevices This should be done c 0Careand needles do not slip Into the shut tie part of the machine as often they clog it and the cause cannot be dis covered for EItit cakes and makes the cNevererqd when not In use and guard carefully from dampness Rubbing the running strap occasion ally with a little vaseline or oil will make the leather wear longer First Woman Rhodes Scholar The first woman Rhodes scholar has arrived In London in connection with scholar3hIpsfor arships for men founded by Cecil RhodesThe scheme was formulated In 1905 by Mme Thayer then chairman of the education committee of the Society of eecarrying out Its developmentMiss Howard the scholar In question who was entered for a year of postgraduate study at Girton Is from Columbia university and her scholarship was raised by the Society ot American Women In London the nucleus being subscribed by the education committee during Mme Thay ers chairmanship Miss Howard arrives In America with a brilliant record Thewoman Rhodes scholars will In future be chosen by competitive examinations There was hardly time for this how ever in this case and thus Miss Howard was chosen on the recommendation of Mrs Whltelaw Reid the wife of the American ambassador in London and of Dr Nicholas Murray Butler president of Columbia university One Way to Appear Young A wise young woman gives as her reason for having learned the vertical hasdschools When I have occasion to toishave been out of school but a few consideredThis does not count for so much twentyhdeal in getting me a start in the friendship of a man later I will not willfcSong For Suffragette Sisters Mrs L B Bishop of the Chicago astotRepublic The competition is open to both men and women and Is international The members of the D A R willdmark the old Santa Fe trail At their last convention they a oiKansas City to petition the state legis taints for an appropriation to putup milestones tomark the old trail in Mte souri J u M SIEGFRIED ON WARPATH German Wrestler Challenges World To Meet Two Men In New York Ernest Siegfried Said to be the greatest wrestler that ever secured a half Nelson on an opponent Is now in America to further the prestige of GermanyTo the case plainly Herr Sieg fried proposes to give an exhibition in Madison Square Garden New York on the night of Jan 28 On that occa- sIon It is his purpose to pay any man 100 who will face him on the mat If said person succeeds In staying thirty minutes he will give him 250 Nobody is barred and nothing would suit the big German better than to have Gotch Jenkins Rogers and 1lah mout all there at the same time It costs nothing to enter Siegfried is ERNEST SIEOFBIED THE GREAT IER3fA WRESTLER WHO IS AFTER GOTCHS TITLE paying all the expensespaying the of his pocket too It looks as ur American wrestlers couldnt dodge that offer very easily Understand this is not a regular match Siegfried wants to try th out and offers them a little the experiment If they are found f sufficient ability to give him g he will arrange a match an bet any amount of money that he will win Siegfried has been wrestling for six years and as yef he has never lost bout He Is only twentyeight years old and halls from Bremen While in the army the big German had many tilts with wrestlers and In that way was finally induced to meet Hltzler at Bavaria Hltzler though a profesg slonal was quickly thrown and SIeg fried has been throwing others since He also claims to have bested Yusslff Mahmout the Turkish strong man in March 1907 I am ambitious to be a prize fight n Herr Siegfried said through Ernest Roeber his interpreter recently and Tom Sharkey is going to train me STEELE AND FLENNER ACCEPT Challenge of Cleveland Bowlers Taken Up by Chicago Experts Gus Steele and Will Flenner of Chi cago have accepted the challenge of Franz and Gilbert the Cleveland bowlers for a home and home match at thirty games and the tour bowlers have deposited a forfeit to bind the contest which will be for a purse of 1000 The Cleveland men named Jan 28 for the first fifteen games at Cleveland and the Chicago players have named Jan 31 for the second half i COMING SPORT EVENTS r I The spring meeting of the America- and National leagues will be held the Auditorium Annex Chicago o Feb 16 St Louis Womens Tenpin association the first of its kind has just bee formed and will hold a tourney wee of Jan 21 The Buffalo Audubon club has secured for this year the Great Eastern handicap a trap shooting event second only to the Grand American In point importanceThe academy will have four dual meets next spring Besides Penn sylvania on May 15 and Princeton on May 22 Columbia and Johns Hopkins will be met These dates have not yet been fixed This Is a very ambitious line for the navy Dan Kelly the famous Oregon sprinter and broad jumper has given up the cinder path and has gone into the motor car business with his fa ther In 1906 Kelly created a sensation by running a hundred yards In o 35 seconds Jack Ward another English light weight has made up his mind to embark for America He will In all prob ability join Owen Moran Jem Driscoll Freddie Welsh and the other members sf Charley Harveys stable when he urItel1n this country y rj r iI PopularGames go but chess bids fall never to loss Its PuIannear Halberstadt in Prussian Saxony centuryCountstone tower In the village amused himself by earring a set of chessmen jallersThtaughtthepleased with it that they devoted all their spare time to practice This delight in chess continues to the present in Str beck Every perSon plays The village hotel Is called the Chess Inn tournaments are held every year and prizes are given to the best players If a young man goes to an adjoining vil lage fQr a wife who cannot play chess he must pay a fine to be used toward the expenses of the next tournament This subtle ordinance has spread a knowledge of the game among the young ladies of all the surrounding villages Bruges What is the right pronunciation of this word It is usually pronounced by English people as if It were French with a soft sibilant g and in one syl lable Is there any justification for this In the first place why Is It not Anglicized like Waterloo And if not English why French Why not Flemish In Bruges itself you do not hear the French pronunciation It Is the FlemishBruya Ask at the station ifthis Is Bruges a la Francaise and they will hardly understand you will say t Is Eruya In lows Carillon and also in The BelI fry of Bruges the word has two lables Is this intended to be read with the Flemish pronunciation Bru ya or In the English fashion to rhyme say with subterfuges It cannot be the French It may be said that an American poet Is ho rule for Eng lish people but the word also occurs I believe in one of Brownings poems Icannot remember which with two sy- llablesLondon Notes and Queries Orchestral Oversights The snare drummer happened to catch a selection that called for the use of half a dozen or more instruments To make the shift from one to an other he had to hustle in a fashion that nightly Impressed persons sitting near When he had finished the lively opera andxl was streams A man just outside the or pointfThat was good work old man but you missed one place I did responded the drummer In playede4No the other resumed you didnt leaderddle of that measure Is a place where It says you should have gone down cellar and shaken the furnace and you didnt pay any attention to itProvidence Journal Suiting His Theory When I hear of a new theory said a scientist I am reminded of the two- eologists At a certain summer resort one brilliant afternoon the younger geologist from his bedroom window saw the older man rolling a great rock down the side of a mountain He watched the work for nearly three hours The old geologist thin and little and white whiskered had a hard time of It to guide that rock almost as big as himself But he per severed He got the rock down where he wanted it just as the dinner bell rangThe younger man said to him wonderingly at dinner What were you doing with that rock this afternoon professor Why the professor answered the fact Is the thing was 600 feet too high to suit my theory Willing to End the Company A Chicago man who once permitted himself to be persuaded to back a theatrical company was seated in his office one day when he received a tele gram from the manager of the show The troupe was somewhere in Mis souri and the telegram read thus Train wrecked this morning and all scenery and baggage destroyed No member of company Injured What shall I do Chicagonas thencar Chicago RecordHerald Brokenk the far corner of the conservatory last evening suggested the mother What was go- Ing onDo you remember the occasion on which you became engaged to papa Inquired the daughter by way of reply Of course I do Then it ought not to be necessary for you to ask any questions Thus gently the news was broken that they were to have a Bonin law Art of Eating Eating Is not merely an enjoyment It Is a science that must be learned an art that must be acquired by intell gent patience The man who at mid die age has not discovered what and how much Is suitable for him has not finished his education Health Lots of Reasons BobbinsI dont see why any actor should ever be out of a job Bobbins Why Robbing According to the ad vertlsements every rood play isfuilof good situationExcbange 4 V 1 tJEj 7 t ty i Winchester Opera House 81ft IISAMSlEE SHUBER l IOffer EUGENE WALTERS Greatest Way I I We are All Going to See Monday February I Six Months in New York Four Monthsin Chicago Buy Seats Early I A STORY OF THE GREAT HUDSON BAY COUNTRY THE SAME GREAT CAST ID ENTIRE PRODUCTION PRICES 50c 100 150 BOX SEATS 150 NO FREE LIST r Seats on Sale at MartinCooK Drug Store Friday I Too Much Goods Too Little Money In order to equalize them we will for a while put our stock down at prices Unheard Of for CASH Our stock con r sists of everything in Grocer ies and Hardware and must be soldout quick so we have prices that will do the work YOUWant Parrish gl Bradley Perry Building Both Phones q JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY will on February 17th pay 500 t to the person who first supplies the greatest number of the missing words in the vertisementgiven below Mail the slip with the missing words inserted to Puzzle Department Winchester News You may have as many trials as you have slips Slips will be printed each Tuesday Thursday and Saturday until February 15th The Edit rofIThe News has the advertisement in his possession in a sealed package and the Seal will not be broken until the night of Feb 15 09 t CFill blank and mail to PuzzleDepartment Winchester News It will worth for to fill these but a policy of inofA- gency will ba every it fort T tJ JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Name t P 0 Address Received MI909 it f Y 1 IIIftwi 1i l flTq I tt F THEPaneFour WINCHESTER NEWS AZTHE WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper I Published by The Winchester News Co p Incorporated r Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sum ayv Entered as secondclass matter Uovebiber 28 1908 at the post Office 1mt Winchester Kentucky under the fast 4f JCarch 3 1879tSufeSCFIIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 iDae week 10 Payable at office or to collector vryiwe Mail Delivery ieyear 300 p1x months j 150 feme month 25 Payable in advance I ADVERTISING RATES IDisulayPer Inch JDne time any edition 925 riree times within one week 50 ne week continuously lon me calendar month 300 four weeks four times a wcek 240 four weeks three times a week 180 four weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Tim discounts 3 months 10 per went 6 months 25 per cent one year 33 13 per cent I Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 71fco Pure reading news headings loci New Phone No 91 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1909 FIRE EQIUPMENT The News most heartily seconds the recommendation of the Commer cial Club that no part of the present equipment of the fire department bed siosedpf when the n automobile iir wagon is purchased The council wilPacl in the matter at its meeting Friday night The committee Chief Baldwin and Councilman Hackett has selected the Webb motor wagon as the one bestsuited to the needs of the city This committee has had the matter under consideration some time and ibas undoubtedly decided wisely It Th now up to the Council THere is but little question that the Council will act favorably and au thorize the purchase Winchester needs the new equipment The fire department has the same apparatus used years ago when Winchester had not more than five or six thousand POPIulationand few t months show how pressing are our needs r The members of the department are active and enthusiastic They respond heartily to all calls and have done the very best work for the city But we must give them the best ap- paratusjn our power to aid them in their work There has been talk of disposing o spme of the old equipment and of seliingSome of the fire horses Any suci suggestion should be discour aged The northern part of the city is now almost unprotected If fires shOuld breakout down town and in that end of the city af the same time the department would have to let one of them go The northern end of the city contains our factories and our mills They give employment to maRY men It is the duty of the Council to protect them to the best of its ability The old hose wagon should be stationed in that part of the city It may be necessary to add one or two paid men to the depart ment to accomplish this but the Council should not hesitate A dollar spent for the fire department isIdollar wisely invested l f1PLAN SIX pAY BIKE GRIN- Dcanssicfty Promoters Hope to Pull I Off Contest Feb 16 A six day bicycle race will be held N in Kansas CIfy Mo it Is understood 7eb 1 to 6 The promoter of the race 1i Johnny Chapman of the Newark Talodrome Ten teams will compete including Fxank Ii Kramer and Jim aiyMoran who are recognized cham ploas and the following Eddie Bo- otiioe Fogler Ivor Lawson and Val ter JDemara Worth Mitten and Waller Bardgett Eddie Buppreteht andi pier Drolwch Fred Hill and George Oameron Williams and Joe Hallin Elmer Collins and Hardy Downing toand Peddler PaImrd Gordon Wai ker IUNABft 10 AG F I CarryingRPlttsburg Pa Feb 4 Unable to satisfy western Pennsylvania coal op eratocs who threaten to appeal to the interstate commerce commission representatives of the western Penn sylvania eastern Ohio and West Vir ginia coal carrying roads who met here to fix freight rates to the lakes on coal for 1909 adjourned without action and will meet again FeB 16 for further consideration PennsYlva- nia operators have alleged discrimi nation in existing rates in favor of West Virginia operators and at a meeting held here decided to appeal to the interstate commerce commis sion unless the alleged discrimination in rates is rectified before April 1 Mrs Dunphy1 Acquitted Chicago Feb 4Mrs Martha Maya belle Dunphy of Boston who has been on trial for the theft of 8000 worth of diamonds from Charles E Giles a Dorcester Mass money lender was acquitted by a jury House Discusses Agricultural Bill Wasnington Feb 4 General debate on the agricultural appropriation bill in the house afforded critics and defenders of the department of agriculture an excellent field day LACK ONE JUROR Hearing of Charges Against Whit worth Not Completed Nashville TennX Feb 4Mter securing two new jurors making 11 now in the box the trial of Colonel Duncan B Cooper Robin J Cooper and John B Sharpe was abruptly in terrupted because of a lack of venire men A fifth venire of 500 men was ordered in c6urt on Monday at which time an effort will be made to com plete the jury The hearing of the charges against Juror Whitworth ac cused of having prejudice was taken up but not completed IBrown Made a Director New York Feb 4W C Brown recently elected president of the New York Central railroad and other Van derbilt lines was elected a director and president of the Toledo Canada Southern and Detroit railroad THE MAT Of IT Five business blocks were destroyed at Crooksville 0 by fireJ which originated in a skating rink A twoyearOld son of Frank Smith of Columbus 0 is dead as the re suit of swallowing a cupful of boiling molasses The piano factory of Newby Evans New York was destroyed by fire loss 15000 Three men were killed in a collis sion between two freight trains on the Seaboard Airline railroad It is announced that James B An gell will shortly resign as president of the University of Michigan to become chancellor of the institution Presidentelect Taft has accepted an invitation to attend the banquet of the University of Pennsylvania alum ni society February 22 r Harvey Hazel Sentenced Toledo Feb 4Harvey Hazel the 17yearold boy found guilty of the murder of his mother was sentenced to life imprisonment in the Ohio state penitentiary at Columbus Hazel was convicted of slayng his mother Jan uary 11 1908 by beating her to death with a hammer after which he robbed her of 57 To Move Town Bodily Winnipeg Man Feb 4Cowley in Southern Alberta a small town on the Canadian Pacific railroad will be moved bodily to a new site two miles south of its present location next week The railroad will begin the regrading of the Crows Nest Pass line and this requires the moving of the town S Dies In the Capitol Lansing Mich Feb 4Alexander- H Smith Journal clerk of the statehouse of representatives and former deputy state labor commissioner dropped dead from heart disease in the capitol here SEATTLE ATHLETIC GAMES Big Program Being Prepared For Ex position Next Summer- If present plans materialize Seattle Wash should witness a monster ath letic carnival next summer William In gUs superintendent of the Seattle Ath letic club who was the delegate from the Pacific Northwest association to the recent meeting of the A A U at New York city announced upon his return that the mother organization bad awarded the 1909 national cham pionships to the Pacific Jsorthwest as sociation The games will be held in Seattle during tim AlaskaYnkonPacifie exposition and from every indication the occasion win be a great success It has developed that plans for an 1inI mense stadium in which to hold meet are now being formulated All the clubs of the northwestern division lirecoo rating to make the meet one long to be remembered in western athletic1 trick circles Moreover Mr tnglls wasv assured that all the promi nent clubs of the east would send their crack athletes and an attempt will be made to hold a Marathon run incQririec3bb with the meet f J LOST jott idripr saleiifoi rent ad vei ein the ckwwiilou colt i NEGROES MAKE NO RESISTANCE PittsburgPoIice Masters of Situation I MEN AND WOMEN ARMED Wholesale Arrests In Herron Hill Dis trlct Have Put a Stop to Assaults On Unprotected Females Officers Have Orders to Arrest All Suspi cious CharactersOrators Inflates Colored Population and Serious Trouble May Follow Pitsburg Feb 4In spite of many threats of armed resistance upon the part of negroes if the police continue their wholesale arrests of members of their race without employment in the Herron hill district of the city no outbreak of any kind has occurred Following the arrest of 126 negroes and the release of all but 41 the po lice force in the district has been doubled and every patrolman has or ders to arrest every suspicious negro Three were taken to police stations and it is expected that many others will be arrested No further attacks upon women and girls have been reported and should one occur the tem per of the citizens is such that vio lence very probably would be meted to the assailant if caught Men lout women throughout the section in are carrying revolvers and the negroes aje said to be well armed also Should a clash come as is con sidered not at all improbable if more arrests are made the result would be serious Local orators are inflaming the negroes to resist arrest and the feeling is high The police however seem to have the situation well in- hand and probably will not make fur ther indiscriminate arrestsIOf the negroes workIidentified as perpetrators of one of the attacks on girls SUPPORTS BACONS RESOLUTION Senator Teller Discusses Presidents to Suppress Information IRight Feb 4Senator Tel her of Colorado addressed the senate in support of Senator Bacons resolu tion declaring that the senate has aright to any information in posses sion of the executive departments and sustainIinformationIfailed to respect such action on the part of the executive when it had been based on consideration of public interest Insurance Against Insanity Washington Feb 4Insurance against insanity s TKe newest form of risk which a newlyorganized ton don insurance company undertakes to cover Maxwell Blake American consul at Dunfermline in a report says that for a yearly premium of 250 a payment of 500 a year for five years is guaranteed and for 5 a year a payment of 500 a year dur lEg an unlimited period of insanity Montreal Has Third Shock Montreal Feb 4 Numerous reports have been received of an additional earth tremor being felt in Mon treal The shock was slight It was the third shock felt here this week THE MARKER Chicago Cattle Steers 4 607 00 cows 3 005 50 heifers 3 005 75 bulls 3 403 90 stockers and feeders 2 505 40 Cnles350S 00 Sheep ard LambsSheep U 255 50 lambs HogsChoicebutchers 6 306 45 light mixed 6 00 6 15 choice light 6 156 25 packing 6 156 35 pigs 5 006 15 Wheat No 2 red 1 0941 11 CornNo3 6061c OatsNo3 5052cCleveland OCnttle Prime dryfed cattle 006 25 fat steers 55 75 6 00 heifers 4 255 25 cows 2 25 3 50 bulls 53 OO4 25 milkers and springers 525 0055 00 Calves 59 50 down Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 54 505 85 wethers 54 75 J5 00 ewes HogsMlxcdheavies 56 506 53 Yorkers 56 406 5t pigs 55 756 00 roughs 55 75stngs 55 50 East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tie 56 006 75 shipping steers 55 75 6 25 butcher cattle 55 75tg 6 50 heifers 54 005 75 cows 53 505 00 bulls 5375 5 00 Calves Best 59 509 75 Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 5 005 25 wethers 55 25Ju 75 ewes 54 755 00 75HogsrHeavles56 656 70 Yorkers 56 506 65 pigs 25I1ti hers 50 55 405 80J helfers 3505 50 cows bulls and stags 52 504 00 fresh cows 520 0055 Calves Veal 56 009 25 Sheep and LambsPrIme wethers 55 25 5 40 good mixed 5PO 5 20 lambs 55 507 85 Hogs +1rime heavy 56 80 6 85 mediums 56 706 75 heavy York ers 56 606 65 light Yorkers 56 403 6 50 pigs 56 256 35 Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 63464cOatsNoLava 9 80 Bulk Meats SS 371 SOCattleLanbe m7 so Toted lbjeat L1 11 corn S3c- M18 52c rye ccloverseedv5 52y rsi5S L ELECTION HELD UP Wisconsin Legislature Will First Probe Primary Charges Madison Wis Feb 4That there will be no election of a United States senator to succeed Isaac Stephenson before an investigation of the sena tonal primary election has taken place seems Certain With both branches of the legislature unable to agree on the terms of a resolution pointing to that end motions for con ference committees of three members of each were agreed tS in the assem bly and the senate antl It is for the joint committees to arrive at some agreement in the line of investigation satisfactory to both houses before the investigation will begin Senator Stephenson lacked four votes of reelection when the fifth ballot was completed He received but 61 out of 129 votes cast which was fewer than on any ballot thus far taken Three Killed in Collision Spartanburg S C Feb 4Acol lision occurred between the regular local and extra freight trains of the Seaboard Airline and is alleged to have i been caused by the engineer ott tne extra setting his watch one hour wrong The engineer who made the mistake and his fireman Jumped and saved their lives Brakeman Babe Tyrus was buried beneath the debris and Enineer Clyde Moore of Chester and Fireman Nichols of the local train were both killed HONOR KAISERS ENVOY IN NEW YORK TODAY Reception and Dinner For Count von Bernstorff New York Feb 4Count Johann Heinrich von Bernstorff the new am bassador from Germany is the guest of the city today This afternoon he was entertained at a reception by the chamber of commerce at which the leading lights of the city In commerce and the law and other professions were present Tonight he will be the guest of honor at a banquet at the Manhattan club In his address at the Chamber of Commerce Count von Bernstorff said Jrom the time of the birth of the people of the United States as ana don down to the present day there has been unbroken friendship between Germany and the United States My mission to this country can bo summed up in the one wish that this friendship may continue and always deepen Tie enormous development of wealth and industry based on the great natural advantages which nature has given to the United States and due to the active enterprising and courageous spirit of their people has never been regarded with un friendly or jealous eyes from our banks of the North and Baltic seas Great and civilized nations consider the prosperity and nappiness of other people not as hindering but as helping their own Most of the proninrit German Americans of this city and many from other places will assemble at the dinner which will be given in honor of the diplomat by the New Yorker StaatsZeitung Herman Ridder man ager of the StaatsZeitung will preside at the dinner With him and the guest of honor at the speakers table will be Dr Nicholas Murray Butler president of Columbia univer sity Philip T Dodge president of the Engineers club Joseph H Choate former ambassador to Great Britain and other menrNevada Resolution Passes Carson Nev Feb 4The assem bly of the Nevada legislature passed the anti Japatmse resolution as amended The amendments eliminate all reference to federal interference but urge the state of California to pass stringent measures to exclude Japanese CALLS ON DEPOSITORIES Secretary Cortelyou to Add 30000 000 to Treasury Funds Washington Feb 4Secretary Cor telyou announced that he has made a call on all temporary national bank depositories for about 30000000 gov ernment deposits to be paid on or before February 24 There are over one thousand temporary depository banks and the secretarys call will leave exactly 10000 in each as the instructions will be to remit every thing above that sum Severance to Conduct Hearing- Cleveland 0 Feb 4When the hearing of the governments petition for the dissolution of the socalled merger between the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific railways is resumed in Cleveland on February 13 0 A Severance will conduct the case for the United States instead of F B Kellogg as previously announced Merchant Assassinated Birmingham Ala Feb 4Henry Carter a merchant at Wylam was shot and instantly killed by an unknown negro Carter was closing his store when the man shot The negro escaped Bloodhounds are on his trail- AntiRacing Bill PasseS plympiaWashy FeK 4The anti racetrack gambling bill passed tesenate ThAbill hAg already pnased the house rT J WE HAVE IT There is no need apology 05 excuse to go out of town to get anything in V i he ELECTRIC SUPPLY LINELet Us Show You How and Why THE LINGSTON LAMPw- ill divide the cost and double the efficiency We are the Downtown Agents for THE WINCHESTER RAILWAY LIGHT AND ICE CO We do their repairing and sell and exchange lamps We do FansBeltsAll Character of Fixtures and Supplies Repair WorK Our Long Suit I Winchester Electric Supply Co to I For Mayor We are authorized to announce JA HUGHES as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce H t SrRo HER as u candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to W 0 as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democrat party kur City Judge Wp are authorized to announce JUDGE F P PENDLETON as a candidate for City Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to annoupce WOODSON MCORD as a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Demo cratic party City Collector We are authorized to announce HARRY W SCRIVENER as a candidate for City Collector of Winchester subject to the action of the Democratic party MOVED HIS SHOP Tom Cowan the popular barber who was burned out in the Court View Hotel fire would like to have his customers and old friends call on him in his new shop in the Simpson and Hathaway buildinsr MAY RACE MOTOR CARS ON ICE Sportsmen In Monroe Mich Plan Novel Events This Winter Motor car racing on the ice will be In vogue in Monroe Mich this winter an organization for that sport being planned by enthusiasts of that place The rates will be run on the Raisin river and on Lake ErieI MOTOR BOAT RACES Annual Palm Beach Events Scheduled to Take Place March 912 The fifth annual motor boat carnival and races under the auspices of the Palm Beach Power Boat association are scheduled to take place March 9 to 12 inclusive on Lake Work Palm Beach Fla- Harvard Crew May Rew Abroad The Harvard varsity rowing crew plans a trip to England next summer In case It proves a victor In the annual race irith ale next June Nothing definite has been decided as It I- sharto arrange dates with the Eng lisa crews Is She Ja a griuK widow necasrilyayege ariaaT JkfiBBeacolis Journal Kerr BlockI10 N AiSomefhino Crow Over ANNOUNCEMENTS attn91mcej in your live stock if you fatten then with our choice feed and grain Every meal you feed them will show an im provement It doesnt cost you anything to prove or disprove this statement Just give us your next order andwatch the result Youll not have to pay us any more than ybu are paying now J Agent for Vulcan Plows JR Martin Coal and Supply Co DAUGHTER OF JAILER DIES AT CORBIN Succumbs After a Grief Illness of Whooping Cough Yesterday Morning j CORBIN Ky Feb 4The 13 yearold daughter of Jailer Charles Browning of this city died aftera brief illness of whooping cough a disease which is prevalent in this lo cality as well as scarlet fever Cor bin is in the midst ofa great small poz scare and t he Council has is uued a general vaccination otd- erAdministrators Sale OF land Stock Implements LI and Hous hoId Goods As administrator and agent of the heirs in order to settle the estates of George alid Susan A Redmon de ceased I will sell at public auction on the premises beginning at 10 oclock a m o- nThursday Feb il 19G9 the following described land toc14 etc About 145 acres of land constitut ing the old home place of GeorgeRed mon situated on the Thatchers Mil and North Middletown turnpikes 2 miles from North Middletownj Ky7 adjacent to churches schools stOres blacksmith doctors ete It is ina fine state of cultivation well fenced abundant neverfailing water The improvements consist of an eighth room residence with bathroom caB 5 in for servants meat house ice- house buggy housq graneriesstock barn tobacco barn twocisternS flower pit young orchard just com ing into bearing fine ot etc This property should be seentoIbe appreciated ifAlso on the same day at the same place I will offer for sale a new frame cottage of five rooms situated in North Middletown Ky Lofrcoif tams one and thirtynine hundredth acres of land Has on it a new cis tern This cottage is now under con striIction and has never been occu pied 7 I will also offer for sale atrithe propertyfSusanes horses cows sheep steers etc household and kitchen furniture firm implements surrey buggy cartijjat of three hogs poultry and otherf fects of an uptodate farm TERMSFor lend will be matte known on day of sale Terms 1ior personal property All sums oJ20 and under cash in hand suusjr20 negotiable and n ie six months bearipg interest at Six per cent per annum fraayofeJOHN J REDMOND Administrator and Agent Heirs R F D No1S Paris Ky E T Phone 45 N Mtownibc A T FORSYTH Auctioneer S l JCIgarsCandies Home Phone 712 MiKe Joseph f V 36 N Main St i0 Jt I i TY i 7 IT T T 1j I Port t THE WINCHESTER NEWS Par FYf rL i7dIETYIThe Literary and Sodal dlub willoneet with MibS Ilia Stewart on Saturday Miss Louise Haggard will have ihevLittle Colonel Readers meet wit her on Saturday afcernoon Miss Anna Chandler Goff il haxe a musicale on Friday after noon at Mrs Al Simpsons studio The Kings Daughters will be pleased to have new members from any or all of the churches to be with them at their regular meeting on- Friday afternoon at three Oclbck at the Presbyterian church The ladies of the Baptist Church wilL have an Exchange Saturday atT So Bushs store hosrtessq r f t PERSONALS i 0 Miss Nancy Hodgkin has been ill for a few days Miss Sara Beverly Jouett spent Wednesday in Lexington- Dr J Ogden Crutcher was in Stan ton Wednesday on business Col T G Stuart has returned from Cincinnati 4P Mr Charles Clelland of New York is the guest of his brother Mr John ClellandMiss Mayme Merrill of Madison Iud is expected Monday to be the guest of Mrs Eo E Kid ell Mr Joe R Martin attended the commercial banquet in Louisville Fri lay Mrs Dwight L Pendleton and attractive children left Tuesday for Eustace Florida Miss Stella Curry is ouite ill at her home on South Main street MrsI W Stapleton and Miss x Tandy Quisenberry left today for New York to buy their line of spring goods Miss Alice Bradley has returned from a yisitrto Paris and North Mid dletpwn f Mrs Murray Wrenn and son of Lexington are the guests of her par ents Mr and Mrs Sil Dinelli Mrs H H Lamport has returned to her home in Lexington after a most delightful visit with Mrs A R Baldwin Mrs H H Wheeler has been quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs A R Baldwin Tear glad to say sheis somewhat better Miss Rose Baldwin left today for New York to purchase her line of spring goods Mr Jeff Sutherland has been quite ill- Mrs J D Parrish returned to her home hi Lexington on Wednesday aft rnoon afteI a delightfulvisit with her mother Mrs J W Shearer Mr Edgar Baum of Mt Sterling was a visitor for several hours in out town on Wednesday afternoon on his way to Milwaukee Wis Jijs Miss Cora Locknane left for Lex ington on Wednesday for a visit to friends Mrs Maurice Miller has returned hom6 from a mbst delightful visitto Mrs E B Clarke of Louisville Mr and Mrs Bates of Canada i are in our town for a short while a Miss Bessie Bradford of George I town but who has visited here quite frequently and is quite well known t has had a relapse with typhoid fever and is quite ill Her many friends here hope for her recovery The Lexington Herald says Mrs William H Boswell of Winchester win return on the 15th to again make her home in Lexington which iff good news to her host of friends here She has leased Mrs John Wooleys attractive home on East High street whi h is now undergoing repairs and will be completed the middle of the month Mr Milton Hodgkin who has been visiting hisbrother Mr A S Vivion and Mrs J S Eades has returned to his home in Clay City Rev C E Crafton has been suffer ing from a very severe attack of the grropey for thepast two weeks IC HBOWEN LEAVES illS ACCOUNT r Unknown Man Ends Life After Wr ins Caustic Note 414The World with Edward Me Cleveladleb one life ruined to cents to hell one account may be squared by giving D a decent graveThis is all that remains to tell of the identity ofa man who died by his own hand in a lodging house The inscription written on a torn and dirty scrap of paper was found qaia chair in the suicides room The man who died was not of the lodging house type He was fairly well dressed His thin face was that of a man of refinement Remarkable Sea Lion Los Angeles Gal Feb 4On the south side of San Clements island John S Hendrickson killed a remark able sea lion Hendrickson had been on the island about a week with Rob ert Howland During a storm at sea they saw the monster sea lion fight ing its way tot shore As it flopped upon the rocks Hendrickson shot it It was jet black in color which is rare in southern waters where most of these animals are tawny and weighed nearly 1800 pounds Great tusks protruded from its jaws and the hair of the mane was eight inches long The lion measured more than 16 feet and the hide is said to be worth 50- 0MINSTREL SHOW IS GIVEN BY SENATORS Southerners Enliven Debate on Crnm Confirmation Washington Feb 4early four hours were devoted by the senate in executive session to consideration of the reappointment of William D Crum as inspector of customs at Charleston S C Confirmation is opposed by Senator Tillman aided by his Democratic colleagues Thus far there has been nothing in the proceedings to indicate that there will be a filibuster by the Democrats against action although it is known there are a number of senators wb are ready to speak at length in opposition to Crum No dilatory motions were made but Mr Tillman insisted at all times upon the maintenance of a quorum The Republican senators are united in favor of confirming Crum in order that Mr Taft may be relieved of the necessity of sending a nomjnation to the senate which had been opposed by the present admin tTheafterIw dia1lectNothing but the best of humor was displayed Senator Tillman recount ed a number of incidents connected with his various controversies with President Roosevelt DENIES BONG DRUNK Captain Qualtrough Blames Fatigue and Cigar For Courtmartial Gibraltar Feb 4AU the evidence in the courtmartial of Captain Ed ward F Qualtrough of the battleship Georgia on charges that he was un der the influence of intoxicants at a reception given at Tanger by the Am erican minister was presented and the pleadings are being made today The hearing in the case was held on the battleship Louisiana and a number of witnesses testified that Captain Qualtrough was intoxicated and unfit for duty The accused offi cer made a lengthy statement to the effect that he was sick and suffering greatly from fatigue and that he had only taken One glass of snerry and nothing afterwards He had smoked a strong cigar Political Club in Control Teheran Feb 4The political club of Ispaham which recently defied the central government has overthrown the governor of Ispaham and assumed control of the local administration It hair sent telegrams to all the lega tions here declaring that all loans and concessions will be repudiated unless approved by parliament Fresh lady fingers and almond macaroons Ten cents a dozen at the Winchester Bakery I r FOR ONE MONTH I i4T you can get anything that you t want at a BIG DISCOUNT at this t I store sWeWill Give You the Green Trading Stamps Too 1 i Jeweler and PJj jJ1 r 1 SHOULD WAR ON Alt CRIMINALS President Explains Attitude on Secret Service ANSWERS NEWs STORIES Admits i hat Restrictive Legislation Hss Not Hampered Treasury De pcrtment In Suppressing Counterfeiting or Protecting the Executive tCircumscribedIn Qther Lines of Importance 1Washingtonthat if the government is to act with full efficiency against Criminals it must have some forco of secret ser vice agents who can act against RooseIven reiterlatedvice The position of the administration is said the president that it is against sound public policy to dis criminate in favor of criminals by discriminating against the use of the secret service to detect aiid ilunisa them The statement was called forth by misleading statements appearing in some of tne papers to the effect that the work of the secret service has not been hampered and that the investi cation of cases outside the detection of counterfeiters and the protection cf the president has not been circumscribed by restrictive legislation at the last session of congress The complete text of the statement SlS follows At no time has the president or any administrative officer claimed that the restrictive legislation of theI last session affected the secret ser vice division of the treasury department in the matter of suppressing counterfeiting or protecting the presi dent As a matter of fact the limitation did not apply in the slightest degree to the normal functions of that cervice and the claim that the secret service was not hampered In looking after counterfeiters is admitted but the assertion that the restriction was harmless to the governments inter ests is not correct The effect of the limitation wap materially to circumscribe the field of usefulness in which the trained agents of the secret service have hitherto have been advantageously employed Under the limitation it became impossible to use these Investigators in the class of the cases in which they have been successful for many conspIcuolslyI eology of the restrictive such that any person who was em plo ed in or under the secret service division during 1909 for even so short a period as an hour became disqualified for promotion or employment in any branch of the government ser vice where either his compensation or expenses would be payable from ah appropriation of the sundry civil act The limitations tied the hands of the secretary of the treasury and made it impossible for him to con tinue the employment of these men in any cases of irregularities or wrong doing in those branches of the treasury department devoted to the issuing redemption or handling of the obligations securities and coins of the government It is the contention of the execu tive branch of the government that it should be permitted to use the best means of investigating criminal cases and when legislation is enacted that deprives the xecuftve branch of a particularly desirable and effective investigating force the governments interests which are the inter ests of the people are injured and the only gainers are the evil doers who may thereby escape detection and punishment The question is is it right or wise or proper specifically to discriminate against one particular divison of the governments investigating forces and prevent its employment where it might be used to great advantage- It is an evasion of the question to answer that in one particular and cir cumscribed fieldsuppressing coun terfeiting and protecting the presi dent its activities are not affectea by the limitation withfumust have some force of secret ser vice agents by preference under the department of justice who can act against criminals anywhere and the position of the administration is that it is against sound public policy to discriminate in favor of the criminals by discriminating against the use oJ the secret service to detect and pun ish them Blood Transfusion Falls Springfield Ov Feb 41T So Rab bitts cashier of the Springfield National bank is dead following an op- eratIon in which the expedient of transfusion of blood was resorted to his sister Miss Anna Rabbitta per mittiny the surgeon to open a fein ani take olnt9 blood in the hope osvinim SpinetThe an im itGIthough wenk was capable unlike that of the harpsichord or spinet of in crease or decrease reflecting theffinest playeriwithout a rival until the piano was irf ented The earl history of the clavi chord preiIous to the fifteenth century rests in profound obsqurtty but it is said that there is one bearing the date 1520 having four ctaves without the D sharp and G sharp notes The spinet was the invention of the Venetian Spi netta The action Is unique The Instrument is similar to a small harpsi chord with one string to each note The strings are set in vibration by points of quills elevated on wooden uprights known as jacks and the depression of the keys causes the points pass upward producing a tone sim usedIthe present modern piano Apartment Houso Life I know you say you cant help living In a fiat but you could help it if you werent too lazy to live In the suburbs There is no real home life possible without childrennot one but two or mothIthe landlords wont tolerate children at all And then there Is no neighbor hood life Its a good thing to have gossipy neighbors Youre more apt to be careful of the way you live- I always think of apartment house life m a sort of joke on socialism a lthljust itIa race no children Children mean sacrifice and its sacrifice that make good men and womenAmelia E Barr in New York World A Scoop John L Toole the famous English comedian and practical joker and Mr Justice Hawkins whq was afterward Lord Brampton were great friends They were at supper together one even dayIhe intended pn the morrow giving the man he had been trying fifteen years b cause he deserrcd it inIIabout that fifteen years It will themI ltiP for them exclusive know and will do me no of- goqd with the press Good gracious No slrf exclaimed thfti judge who took the precaution of accompanying Toole to his hotel and seeing him safely to bed Womans Spur frostyIholding her riding skirt free of her patent leather boots and silver spurs Spurs shouted the editor What ails you mnnT Spurs the juzzled author repeat ed Dont they wearspurs nowadays I know they usml to Women never wear spurs unless they ride astride They wear one spur one only What gcod would a second be except to tear the clothes I see said the otherCIA natural error wasnt it Only a natural error for an Ignoramus But the usual writer of sport Ing stories is an ignoramus I rarely read a sporting story but I come across some error quite as blatant as this of Tour3Nev Orleans TimesDemocrat Forced Draft Realism How is it that Scribblers novels thrill with such vita gripping realistic portrayal of human passions ask ed Dauks V Well said Hanks when he gets ready to write a novel he orders a general house cleaning sends for the plumber to fix the gas jets and for the tinner to fix the stovepipes bids his little daughter to stay at home to practice five finger exercises hires a street piano to play German Irish and Italian national airs in front of the house and 611s his wife that her tam ily is not as good as his own Then he sits and takes notes of what happens Brooklyn Life Adams Apple The projection in the front of the throat in men denoting the position of the thyroid cartilage Is styled Adams apple It develops rapidly usually when the voice breaks be- Ing comparatively small in both chil dren and women The name arose from the tradition that when Adam attempted to swallow the apple in paradise It stuck in his throat giving rise to the swelling since seen in all his adult male descendants A Great M UV Father said little Roll wfiat to a great maul I A great man my son Is one who manages to gather about him a whole lot of assistants who win take the blame Ion his mistakes while he gets the credit for their good Ideas Not WJioMy Personal AYou hare used the word donkey several times Ictue last ten minutes Am I to1 nndc sand that you mean anything of a injrsonal nature B Certainly not There are lots of donkeys In the world besides you r To learn obeying Is the fundamental art of governing Carlyl X t PROF U MOORE DELIVERS ADDRESS Faculty Pupils and Visitors Charm ed With Speech at High School Chapel The exercises at the High School chapel last Wednesday morning were highly appreciated by the many vis itors who were present Visitors and students were greatly charmed by the bright and in structive address delieredby Prof Moore on Whats the Use The following named visitors were present Mr JL L Hackett Mrs T C Allen Miss Alice Scott Mrs Ed Hughes Mrs J J Ectonj Miss Eliz abeth Scott Mrs Gartland Mrs J E Wood Mrs W P Hackett Mrs C V BridwellN Mrs Warren Elkin Mrs W LL Adams Mrs RD Ram sey Mrs Byrd Hodgkin Mrs C H Bowen County Superintendent C A Tanner Prof V I Moore and Mr J W lisle LAST DAY OPEN FOR ALL ClIYpMiES Tomorrow February 5 Will Be Last Day in Which Contestants May Enter Race Tomorrow February 5 will bq the last day that one can enter the con test for the nomination for any of the city offices in the Democratic pri mary to be held March 2 There are a number of candidates announced for every office executing those of City Clerk and Police Judge in each of which only one candidate is announced PRUDENTIAL COMPANY TO ENTERTAIN STAFF Mr James B Donahue of This City Among Those Who Will Partake of Hospitality As a mark of appreciation for the faithful and efficient work rendered the company by their staff of the Lexington district The Prudential Insurance Company will entertain their employes at a theatre party and dinner in Lexington February 5th Mr James B Donahue of this city assistant superintendent of the Lexington district and onsof the most efficient employes in the ser vice of the company is a member of the Lexington staff mid has received one of the invitations from the home office of the company at Newark NJ r o H Mrs S 1 Walden and daughter Thelma aiid Miss Jessie Adams of Covington who have been visiting here the past week have returned home DISASTROUS FIRE LITTLE ROCK ArK Feb 4 William and Frank Lathrop and George Burns a guest perished in a fire that destroyed the formers home near Brentwood ELEVATOR ACCIDENT JOHNSTOWN Pa Feb 4 Michael Mudderick and Chas Ber gers killed and eight others injured as a result of an elevator accident- at JerornefJoal mine near here NO CHANGEIN VOTE FOR SENATOR SPRINGFIELD EL Feb 4One ballot for Senator today No change Voting to be resumed next Tuesday ALIEN BILL LOST 1Abillmembers of corporations lost by vote of 54 to 150 Be Good Beware of making your moral Staple consist of the negative virtues It1s good to abstain from all that is hurt fur and sinful But to make a business of it leads to emaciation of charac ter unless one feeds largely also on the more nutritious diet otactIve sympathetic benevolence Oliver Wendell Holmes How It Looked I think you ought to turn the lights up a little when your beau comes said the boy who Is beginning to use big words to bis older sister 1 wouldnt sit in the dim light if L were you It looks too conspicuous And Fw Have Botii It takes ten pouads ot- to coar on ense carry one poeM of I arBig rPer tan Proverb r s HEAttT SOCIAL ri T Es Held at Court House Tuesday Evening February 9 There wIll be a Heart Social Hat tile courthouse next Tuesday jevei ning February U at 730 o clpcjb The following is the prorgam The Centennial Arms of tItW B M by Mrs Sarah K Yanee Origin ofjthe Restoration ment our Pioneers by R v11 H MacNeill r A trip from New York to Porto Rico and a visit on theIian with stereoscope by Mrs Sarafi EYaney The following poein has been contribuited for the occasion youThore Will give to you much ple3surer And information rare If in its bosom you shall place yearThat the race To happiness and good cheer Then come to our heart social 1nd let us tell youthere Of one hundred years ofservice In seasons foul and fair Of hearts that loved their fellow man rightAndAnd labored with their might One hundred years of glorious deeds In winning souls from sin t And showing them the Way ofrJsifeP The Kingdom to enter in l speakOurWherethe scriptures are silent werc silent c We repeat again and again v SayiprThatgone That all pay be one in theF thexIAs He and the father areone We want all hearts united V In seeking the sinful and lost Andbringing at last to the Savior A great a numberless host Then come bring this heart full dfPerr nlesIThat mean years in His service vreS spent Or if you cant come send by others Whose hearts are in that direction bent We need youyou need us Your presence will gladden our eyes Socbme to our heart social We hope to give you a surprise f MR W H GRAHAM 1 OFTRANKFORT rT Writes Letter WhfetifMay BB of Great Interest to Skin Suf ferers cf This City Frankfort Ky May 31 j 19 08 i My twelveyea old daughter tad been suffering with an aggravatedl form of eczema for more than two years djiiing which time we had her under the care of the best physir cians here when upon getting no re lief we were induced to try your DL D DAt first the applications seem to increase the severity of the trouble as set out in the iiirections butIupon continuing its use faithfully following the instructions she was entirely relieved It has now been amorethe use of the fmciy rl no sisfof the trouble has appeared I feel very grateful for thegooa results obtained and earnestly ieis ommend your remedy to those wh are suffering from this disease v Yours respectfully W H GThATWa Sheriff of FrankEn Co What D D D did in this caseifc ought to do for you This wonder ful remedy is now recognized by thc foremost physicians and scieni fs as the quickest and sm est cure for ec zema and skin disease of any ature This remedy is as safe ancfe pleasant to use as pure water and is applied directly to the afflicted parts leaving no bad odor or sticky salvy substance The first applica tion gives INSTANT RELIEF an l as far swe have been able to investigate quickly effects the most asV tonishing and permanent cures wher ever rightly used If you are asuf ferer from any kind of itchindisease ofany nature do not iswJ to try this remarkable remedy Pam phlets on skin diseases and tljeir cure diet exercise bathing etcy free at our store J Phillips Drug Company SouQ Slain street V DANVILLE POLICEHAW tr tr s GETSFATALW0UNDt tGeorgePocket and Receives Se rious Iniuries I 1 1 DANVILLE Ky Feb 4P6fictman George Aldridge stooped overit9 cast a shovel ofcoal into the furne at the courthouse this irtornirijs wlrem his revolver dropped Jfjoin his pock et and was iiscnarged The linlitet pentrattnhisleftheartHe walked lialfa Bqai4 COljuThef t rr i r i7 ti 1r3Rt ff e I f lr1 1is t Pfn Si l at i THE WINCHESTER NEWS i iie o ROufldUp A Romance Arizona f r Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama w J+ I By JOHN 4URRAYand MILLS MILLER i iCopyrlght 1S03 by G W pilling Z ham Co t a t ThatfairLt in itt shouted Show Low tedigkantlyS Bellowed Sagebrush f With both hands hammering the keys indiscriminately Fresno made moisyif not artistic finish and whirled about on the stool to be greeted b hearty applause 1 Well I reckon thats goin some clappingllAllen Coin la iseRhat I call it Ifyou dont learn to iThaVsit Now were started he cried exultantlyj switch off youll get a callous on that one finger of yOurn Fresno looked at that member dubiously Aint music civilizln suggested Show Low to Jim Allen agreedva an ters an you can civilize the hull of China Fresno could kill more with hisr Tpianny play than his gun play sug gested Show Low Mrs Allen bethought herself that there was a lot of work to be done in preparation for the party Even if ev erything was ready the dear old soul would find something to do or worry about g Come now clear out of here the hull kit an biltaof you she ordered Theinen hastily crowded out on the MazzaaTake that p klncase out of sight If you mean tbte pianny to be a sur prise to Echo Shell be trottln back here in no time she added Fresno had lingered to assure Jim This here birthdays goIn to be a success Woald you like another selection he eagerly asked JSTot unless you wash your finger sntlpped Mrs Allen busy polishing the keys Fresno had struck You left a grease spot on every key youve touch ed she explained Fresno held up his finger for Allen y inspection Ive been greasln the wagon was his explanation Get out with the rest of them P she comraanded Ive got enough to do to look after that cake Mrs Allen dart r ed into the kitchen Jim slowly filled his pipe and hunted up the most comfortable chair After two or three trials he found one to suit him and sank pack with a sign of content Jack aint back yet Polly put the questionNo rode over for the mail Polly rearranged the chairs in the room picking up and replacing the articles on the table to suit her own qr tistlC conceptions She straightened out a war bonnet on the wall She was flicking off a spot of dust on the gilt chair that Jack had got as a wed dins present for Echo on the day of the Station agents murder and being Reminded of the tragedy she asked That posse didnt catch the parties thatkllled Terrill did they Not that I hear on Slim Hoover he took theboys that night an tried to pick up the trail after it entered the river but they couldnt find where it comevont One of them fellers the man that 4leftthe station alone and probably done the jolirode a pacin horse answered Jim Between puffs of his pipe Then hes a Stranger to these parts Jacks pinto paces Its his regular gait Its the only pacin hoss around here Thats sop he assented but made r 4ins farther comment The full force of the observation did not strike him at tlie tame Pfclly began to pump Colonel Jim There were Several recent happenings Which she did not fully comprehend fAt le j nqulsltive age and a girl she wanted to know all that was going on tacks been actin mighty queer of Sate she ventured like h sgot aomethln on Ills mind Jinx smiled at her simplicity and Jok replied Well hes married v The retort exa eraced PolCShe 7Ta not me tin with the success she desired ifatiuah she cried Jn herj annoyance l v Thats eHjOUgh on any mans mind Jim laughed as he sauntered out of the dogr Something queer about Jack ob served Polly seating herself at the- m Je He aint been the same man since the weddln Hes all right when Echos around but when he thinks no one is watchin him he sits around an sighs Jack entered the room at this nol ment Absentmindedly he hung his hat and spurs on a rack and leaned his rifle against the wall sighing deeply as hedid so So engrossed was he in his thoughts that he did not notice Polly until he reached the table He started in surprise when he saw her Hello IsEchoPolly rose hastily at the sound of his voice Didnt you meet her she asked We got her toride over toward Tuc son this morriin to get her out of the way sos to snake the planny in wIth out her seem it Polly glided over to the instrument and touched the keys softlyWith admiration Jack gazed at the instrument I came around by Florence answered Jack with a smile Eagerly Polly turned toward him See anything of Bud Lane 1 she queriedNo Again Jack smiled this time at the girls impetuosity Hell lose his job with me if he dont call more regular she said Say Jack you aint fergettIn what you promisedto help Bud with the money that you said was comin in soon as Dicks share ofa speculation you and him was pardners in Ini powerful anxious to get him away from McKeeJack had not forgotten the promise but alas under the goading of Mrs Allen that he should clear off the mortgage on his home he had used Dick Lanes money for this purpose In what a mesh of lies and broken prom ises he was entangling himself Nov lie vas forced further to deceive trust ing little Polly in the matter that was dearest to her heart ciNo Polly but the fact is that spec ulation isnt turning out so well after alL f The disappointed girl turned sadly away and went out to Mrs Allen in the kitchen Jack removed his belt and gun and hung them on the rack by the door Spying Echos father at the corral he called to him o come into the house Hello Jack was Allens greeting as he entered shaking the younger mans hand When did you come over This mornin Allen told him Echos birthday you know an the old lady allowed wed have to be here Aint seen you since the Weddin Got things lookln fine here Allen slowly surveyed the room Jack agreed with him with a ges ture of assent A more important topic to him than the furnishing of o room was what had become of Dick Lane After the wedding ceremony no chance had come to him to speak privately to Allen The festivities of the wedding had been shortened Slim had gathered n posse and taken up the trail of the slayers Jim Allen had joined them The hazing of Jack and the hasty de parture of the bridal pair on horse back in a shower of corn shelled and on the cob prevented the two men from meeting The older man had volunteered no explanation Jack knew that in his heart Allen did not approve of his ac tions but was keeping silent because of his daughter Jack could restrain himself no longer Jim what happened that night he asked brokenly Allen showed his embarrassment Meanm Then he hesitated Dick was all Jack could say I seed him If I hadnt he busted up the weddih some was his laconic answer Where is her Allen relighted his pipe When hr got the smoke drawing freely h gazed at Tick thoughtfully and ar swered Hes gone back where the come fromInto the desert Jim puffed slowly and then added Look like you didnt give Dick a square dealAllen liked his soninlaw and was going to stand by him but in Arizona the saying Alls fair in love and war is not accepted at its face value- I didnt acknowledged Jackt I wits desperate at the thought of losing her She loved me and had forgotten him Shes happy with me now I reckon thats right was Jims consoling reply TQ clinch his argument and sooth his troublesome conscience Jack con tinned She never would have been happy with him Thats what I told him declared AnenuHe knew it an thats why he went away an Echo no matter what comes she must never know Shed never forgive youan fer that matter me neither Jack looked long out of the window toward the distant mountains the barrier behind which Dick was wandering in the great desert cut off from the woman he loved by a false friend How I have suffered for that lie uttered Jack in tones full of anguish Thats what hurts me mostthe thought that I lied to her I might have killed him that night pondered Jack He shuddered at the thought that he had been on the point of add facethevet to over o r To be Goptinued O+ r jt i Eloquent Suffragette ILnGraduate In House of Lords Wife Help Husband In Office Mrs Philip Snpwden eloquent ad vocate of the British sUffragists now visiting this endowed with all the qualities which make a woman popular She has beauty a commanding presence and is earnest inti her talk ller oratory is magnetic Few public speakers of the opposite sex are more persuasive A cloud of fair wavy hair surrounds a placid gentle and humorous face Every line in her face indicates sincerity and power Although she is not yet Yns PHILIP SNOWDEN thirty years old she has had a re markably active life She has been heard in nearly every English indus trial center and for ten years she has been a potent factor in the British labor movement She was educated to become a schoolmistress She first became known to the public through her letters ia the Liverpool Daily Post in defense of the proBoer attitude of the Rev Charles Aked now pastor of the Fifth Avenue Baptist church in York Mrs Snowdents husband is one of the leading members of the Labor party and an influential member of the house of commons He is a cripple and for that reason his wife fills his speaking engagements It Is said that she Is tie only English speaking won not possessed of a title or of some eccentricity who can always draw a large audience of both sexes Her first American speech was delivered in Carnegie hall in New York and the audience that heard her ounded her praise She has made Her mark in the western hemisphere Helped Her Husband to Office Mrs George A Hurst of Arkansas is as good a politician as her husband if not better He admits that she was the direct cause of his election to the legislature at the recent election Dur ing the canvass of his district Mrs Hurst was her husbands constant com panIonShe followed wherever he went and besides shaking the hands of the constituents she helped her hus band to prepare his speeches and act ed as his secretary attending to his large correspondence and answeringall his telegrams making arrangements for debates When he was found to be elected and his neighbors called to serenade him Mrs Hurst was forced to appear and receive her share of congratulations She will go with him to the state capital when the legislature meets A Girl Graduate Before the House of Lords Miss Chrystal Macmillan a Scotch girl recently appeared before the bar of the house of lords as an advocate The distinction was unique She ap peared to urge the right of woman graduates at the Scottish universities to vote for the election of university representatives in parliament Much of the argument turned on the mean- Ing of the word person Acts passed in 1868 and 1881 gave the franchise to all persons other than those subject to legal incapacity upon whom one of the four Scotch universities had con ferred a degree All other franchise laws have referred expressly toumen or male persons Mrs Macmillan and the Scottish ladies associated with her sought to prove that woman is a person within the meaning of the act and that the phrase legal incapac ity could justify no sex disqualifica tion Her argument was listened to with marked attention by the learned wigs of the old chamber A fortnight later the lords gave an adverse de cision to the plea- MARCIA WILLIS CAMPBELL Henna Tea Makes Hair Lighter Washing the hair with henna tea will sometimes aid in making it light The tea is made by steeping an ounce of the broken leaves in a half pint of boiling water for fifteen minutes When cold It is strained and the haIr wet enythe UnukT drying on L l LTJ CHIPPENUALECHAIRS Examples of This Artist In t Number of Types THE CHINESE INFLUENCE Chippendale Is Thought by Many Ex perts tp Be at His Best In the Situ pie Distinct PatternModern Furni ture The uninitiated in the ways of old furniture are apt to think of the chairs made by Chippendale as being of OUP type As a matter of fact Chippendale chairs are of a number of styles There are the clawfoot models beloved of our colonial ancestors and many of their descendants the cabriole leg design and a more ornate affair boasting a back elaborated with ribbonlike splats This last chair is not In the masters best style The Chinese tend CHIPPENDALE AT IIIS BEST encydid not creep in until rather late in the career of the great Thomas Chippendale He was somewhat fa mous as early as 1735 though not until 1753 did he remove from a bystreet off Long Acre to St Martins lane He died in 1799 as you no doubt know The Chippendale chairs above all were famous Few of his other pieces attained the instant approval usually given his chairs by the greatest ex perts Naturally his most elaborate ef forts were his least artistic One ofthe most interesting features of these chairs Is that not only examples qf his Gothic French Dutch and Chinese manners exist but also mod els in which the different styles are blended His devotion to the Chinese style dates from 1757 One example combines the FrancoDutch top rail with the Chinese lattice back Some con sider the side chair with this back quite as typical The lattice back was also made in Gothic form The ribbon back Chippendale has a fussy back of which the great Thomas did not approve He made a stuffed chair in the French type too which is now said to be exceedingly rare in the original state One of the Gothic styles with a splat back has a hollowed out seat Chippendale Is thought by many experts tor be at his best In the simple distinct patterns with the gadroon edging to the seat rail It Is interesting to know that designs for modern furniture made from the old models are all first drawn and then executed in plaster Blocks of wood similar to this cast in shape are then cut and put into the hands of skilled workmen at machines The machines some of them seem scarcely less human than the workmen so nicely do they chisel here and there under the guidance of the machinists hand They are nearly all manipu lated partly by hand and even the least costly bit of carved furniture re ceives a great deal more hand work KIBBpH BACK DESIGN than Is ordinarily supposed After be- Ing roughly by machine all the carved furniture is finished by hand At the rows of benches one sees old men and boys side by side working away with chisels and saws and tiny polished tools at sofa h ads and chair arms which are very much nearer real art than many an ambitious stu dent gets with brush and paint Adaptation is the keynote of the designer for the American trade Americans do notwant utility sacri ficed to grace apd to gingerbread ornamentation To Mend Broken China The most successful way to mend broken china is theiollow g formula Powder a small quantity of lime and take the white of one egg and mix together to a paste Apply this quickly to the china to be mended place the broken pieces together firmly and they will become set and strong It Is un usual when china breaks in the same place again after being Amended with this paste 3 1 5 ttf i a THE VERY BEST d Have any of our readers seen are WeeklyEnquirer Send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great thingsthatand home the happiest place on earthTheeditor by asking its readers td criticise and suggest improve tnents jand following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of s family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level hi social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in thee where when and how to regulate and increase the income from hi s 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 frivolities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that jccAa are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week a 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 unanimous verdict of its readers being cc The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writingto theENQdRsa COMPANY Cincinnati 0 CALl ON- NELSONJheTransferMar by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 239 Coitaiglit Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North plain Street Both Phones WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANYf M sc H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANS G AND DY G Silt gt N W Cor Main and Fairfax COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days County Courts are held each month in coun ties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon dayBath Owin sville 2nd Monday BourbonParis 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mon dayEstill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Mon day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Mon day Harrison Cyntluana 4th Monday Jessamine JNicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd MondayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owen ton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday ieoe FEBRUARY 190C SUN MQ TUI U 1 1 2 3 45 891Ot113T41516I7 I fT Losrhj ntid for sale for rent R a columnn ta SKATING a This is the season of the year in which skating ycll be enjoyed by all i THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE BLUEGRASS We teach you freeifj you do not know hoW either in the morning or between regular sessions I AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates 10cv EVENING SESSIONS T Admission lOc Skates 15c uditorium This the fime of the year for Accident and Sickness Let Us Write You an Accident and Sick Benefit Policy Its the best on the market Jouetts Ins Company Both Phones 71 1 AC3AIXI GASOLJNE Ena ines SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE MFG cut INCORPORATED WINQH ESTER KY 0 DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS CttWi THE Clark County National Biij J Alf file STREET WIDebet ilsntusl rCapital 9200000Burplum 91OOOOO fUndivided F rofits36000 fr r istheoityyouruntae PROFESSIONAL CARDS I M STfL SON ttorney At Laws60 S Main Z Winchester KY PENDLETON EUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law J 60 S Main St Wincnesor Ky GILBERT BOTTO t FOR Fresh Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Ceuntry Frrtvo I BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUJE BLOCK s GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I hive an uptodate Garage with inice Waiting Room for ldi- Ragan cs Chas Winch rtKy Cor Broadway and HiikiI J jT 117 1 TTTi77T t t r t l TUPIMFRNI ruitStven r OPERA HOUSE ii tbrSd yF b4 tsS and LEE SHUBERT Incorporated proudly present In all its unabridged entirety the dramatic sensation THE WITCHING HOUR t The latest and greatest play of Augustus Thomas with a cast of incomparable actors and actresses and a scenic investiture of wondrous real ism and beauty Two Years of Enormous Suc cess inNew York Six Months of Tremendous Profit e in ChicagoS THE WITCHING HOUR t begins where other plays leave off lOs in a class by itselfthe tele pathic triuniphof the century The wise will procure their seats early Sale opens Monday at 10 a m at Martin Cooks Drug Store 5Prices Night 25c to 150 THE WINCHESTER I Friday Eve Feb 5th The Irresistible Comedienne FLORENCE DAVIS and her Splendid Company In dudi- ng1WOT DEXTERI- Ni H V Esmonds Charming Woodland Comedy b jUnder the Greenwood Tree 3With the Lavish New York and- Production of Picturesque Scenery Costumes and Effects As light frolicsome and clever a play as one could wisbAlan Dale io New York American A genuine triumph Miss Davis and her play are alike charming New Orleans Item t The unbounded hit made by Miss Florence Davis and her Company at the Tulane is little short of marvelous New Orleans Picayune Prices 75c 1 and 150 Gallery 5Oc- OPERA HOUSE Monday February 8th LSam S and Lee Shubert Inc OFFER rIUGENE WALTERS Greatest Play We are All I oinuto See T8 WOLF I 5ZFourmonths S SA Story of the Great Hudson Bay h Country The Same Great Cast and Entire ft duction JPrices 50c 1 150 BOX SEATS 15O NO FREE LIST Seats on Sale at MartlnCcok Drug SStorC Friday DutyHe se t duty frreks a thread In the bern and win jSnd the flaw when he mai have forgot Its cause Henry Ward Becchtr ROXACOLA itnow on sqIe at TSdwelPp 4itTry t UNIFORMITY TOWNS More System Deeded In Arrang ingStreetand Buildings VALUE OF THE GROUP PLAN Civic Center prom WhioV Radiate Business and TransportationFrom- It a Town Can GroW Along System atic and Economical Lines Two billion dollars It is estimated will be spent in fixing up and making over our American cities so that for eigners cannot joer at their ugliness if recently completed plans are all car- rIed out Americans have It seems suddenly waked up to the fact that they have the richest and plainest and worst laid out towns and cities on earth Everybody Is beginning to worry about it from the sewing circles and culture clubs of the small towns to the big business men of the great cities Everything is all wrong it appears Our architecture is a hopeless polyglot of half digested foreign styles Our streets are either too wide or too nar row arid arranged in the most incon venient way We have too few parks and much much too many telephone poles Our European visitors are laughing at us and we discovering our own shortcomings by comparison with the beauties of the older worlds are hanging our heads In shame jingling the money in our pockets and begging for somebody to tell us please If anythIn can be done All this seems highly pleasing to that small section of the American public that has taken time tQv learn what good arch1tectu is and has seen the Champs Elysee and the Ave nue de lOpera m Paris and has poured over plans of municipal art are an artistic people they say but they have been too busy making money to find It out Now that they have grown so prosperous that they have time to think they see what a lot of foolish mistakes they have made In their hurry The business man has been so busy getting time saving systems Into his counting room and factory that he has overlooked the advantages of having a IhX tie more system in the arrangement of streets from his factory to the railroad on the one hand and to his market and his home on the other His town like Topsy has just growed but it has growed so fast that it has bunched here and overrun there till there was literally no head or tail to It As for beauty he never thought much about that except as related to his parlor or his church Somehow beauty und business didnt seem to have much to do with each other not as much even as religion and business What had good looks to do with the rear end of commission houses and sidings and box cars These things were for use not for decoration He had no sympathy with this city beau tiful nonsense which to him meant pink ribbons on the lampposts and water color drawings all nicely framed on the coal yard fences But after awhile the business man discovered that neatly packed and ar tistically labeled goods sold better than the other kind And he found profit in increased lithographers bills Art then did have a commercial value In busInessIThen the city against his will tore down a row of shanties opposite the factory and widened the narrow street where his teams had sometimes been blocked for hours His taxes were 30 percent higher the following year but he bad saved the difference several times over in his shipping department and his property had nearly doubled In valueA city erected a handsome new hotel It was no more comforta ble or convenient than the old one but it had a white marble lobby and a Dutch dining room with good wall paintings and he found his customers dropping off at the nearby towns and doing their buying there unless he went after them So the American business man has been discovering some things on earth that had not but ought to be included In his hard headed commercial philosophy He has found that good ooks count for much in business that a town does not Improve In appear ance or comfort of itself and that it is easier to bullda fine house without a plan than a fine city Meanwhile his wife has taken the successive steps from embroidery to house decoration and from that to statuary and treed avenues and parks and public buildings and civic cen ters She with her clubs and lectures and her trips to Europe has helped to stir up civic pride and a desire for more beautiful surroundings for the next geierationS The result as we haTe sees is a widespread national movement of the greatest value and Importance And out of this has come the appointment ef art commissions throughout the eoeatry and the drawing t OtIt elaborate and wonderful plans for the making over and rearrangement of practically all the principal tiftea and many smaller ones Kw York took the lead in tUi re card By reason of tht1anpr c dentfed growth of the metropolis its problems of replannluf are glfxatlc Looking jrward a It mtMt to an Irs t In population of at least 4000000 ithenext aft en yfears it faces the neces et tMOMUHM cbigs to pro TioW M ektbreetjro w alone New York hi V vwonclerfml group plan aiwrfciomt fcy tkc reteft expertt in- hjfinite detail The carrying otot l f j TALKS ON XPVERTISIN ILMail Order Vs Home Tradinga f t By Hcnjy Herbert Huff l COPYRIGHT 1909 BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Backagain Mj Business Man Glad to see you Have a cLair Do you know Im anxious to learn how advertising is going to fix those mail order housesi Pardon me but Ido not like your expression The mail order house has as much right to do business as Brown yourc6mr petitor across the street You cannot hope to have it extermi nated by law boycott or other unfair means The only way to solve this problem is to meet its prices You can do this on a cash basis and that is the only sensible way to sell Be busy telling the public about your store your goods and yJr prices that the mail order houses do not appear to trouble you in the least Quote the nail order houses prices beside yours to show that you mean business Do not atta k their integrity They are not all frauds as some merchants would represent them to be I But people should be loyal to their home merchanfS Very true but this argument has beep abused Stories of the patron who got cheated of the dollar that did so much in the community before it was sent away the theory of paying taxes etc are all so weak or lacking in logic as to be an injury to our caifse If you are to pull customers from t catalogue houses it will be with proof that you sell equally low not by satire or abuse They are to be won not forced Then too many merchants who are sell ing too high or are inexperienced andnot in the least fitted for their business dealers who gossip are unfriendly and unaceomrnoS dating or who cheat or mistreat their patrons all claim the support of the community on the loyalty to home industries plea To do so is to seek charity not business Even charity covers no such sins Now honestly do you expect patronage merely because you are a merchant in this town What grounds then should I take in asking patronage en Put it thus You buy where you can buy cheapest and I will do the same Remember when making comparisons with cata logue prices to add something for transportation the delay the trouble and expense of ordering and the like If I can furnish you the goods equally low considering these advantages buy of me because it will help to buildup the town That is all I ask To what one thing do the catalogue houses owe their growth P I must confess it is good advertising Yes their whole existence is due to it They cannot live with out it They are unnatural institutionscould never have started if local merchants had realized the possibilities advertising But it is not too late to use against them this very instrument that has been their making And that is the only successful way to combat the mail order eviladvertise WI1VI A N Teacher Saves Chil dren From Forest Fire Barries Wife a Fear lass Auto Driver The Widow In India Heroines are more numerous than formerly but the courage of Grace Barber a nineteenyearold school teacher of Krakow Mich will always be conspicuous When a forest fire- encroached upon the little schoolhouse where she was a teacher she told the children to form a double column the largest at the head and then ordered them to march to a plowed field near by The teacher brought up the rear in order to keep the little ones from straggling Frightened bears foxes rabbits wildcats and game came out of their retreats and stood near the teacher and her school as If they want ed protection The young heroine stood at her post until danger was over and then started her scholars to their respective homes SQueen Alexandras favorite flower is the Malmaison carnation At the opera or at the play a spray of sweet peas Is usually tucked Into her bodice At ii garden party thE1 sweet peas are again worn and sometimes carnations Princess Victoria is also a carnation lover while the Princess ofWales dotes on roses lit lit Women compose the entire staff of a Berlin hospital The Institution as one might expect Is the outgrowth of a feminine mind There is a similar institution In Savannah Ga the Tel fair hospital It was founded bya fund left by Miss Mary Telfair It contains fifty beds atat In the opinion of a sociologist who has made a study of the subject the wages paid the 00000 women working- for 4 living are due to a great extent to the fact that many women who live home hare no need to work and are oc cupied simply for the sake of making pin money and consequently cut down the wages of those needing tbo money- tit 15 An organization for the training of housewives la one of the institutions of Wayne Ind The curriculum consists of all sorts of domestic science work and every member of a family may learn something The organiza tion is under the direction of the club women of the city tt Lady Auckland a lender In English society who recently came to this atltheYno3odTig i American womea U vUs h r- i 5r fc1 I I t 5S c puzzledIover bands Lady Auckland is In love with the school system of this country and thinks that in special science work our schools are superior to those of her country X at Ernestine Gregory will probably soon be called to a professorship In one of the German universities She Is the first woman to pass an examination It the Seminary of Oriental Languages- of Berlin In addition to her lull diploma she received honorable mention for languagesjbest ever passed by a pupil of the Institution 1It- Mrs James M Barrie wife of the famous author and playwright is the most daring auto driver in England She is audacious in handling speedy hasIBarrie usually accompanIes her Inher mad dashes as he Is an expert mechan- Ic Mrs Barrie Is slight in physique but has great courage and is possessed of remarkable endurance XX Dont allow children under the age of eighteen to read while in bed Is the advice of the London Lancet to moth ers The eyes at that age are not wholly developed and myopia m yre sultOld persons are also warned not to indulge In reading while In a rV cumbent position unless the light Is properly adjusted The Lancet says such persons should lie on the back wIth hend and shoulders raised X X Widows have the catlIn India Paradoxically they come cheap And an Indian lass may become a widow before she actually becomes a wife When a father finds his daughter grow- Ing old he makes her a widow by the simple process of wedding her to a bunch of flowers When the flowers perish shg is technically a widow and can be offered at a bargain for In her country the wife Is bougkt by the suitor X XI was looking over my trousseau a few days ago says a woman who was a bride a feN years ago and I was surprised that I should rrer have thought ome of the things necessary There were embroidered flannel petticoats who ever wears one J1OWl and for every long skirt there was a corre spending short petticoat and nowadays we wear the slimmest kind of skirt and only wre I believe we suf fez a great deal more with cold but we have taught ourselves t6be eve that we dont lAItY DALE PuIhereSj r i IN fASHION REArM Paris Has Larger Hats In Store For America ROSES THE BIGGEST EVER Neckwear Smart New York Women Are WearingThis Winter Direct ir Gown His Been National Costume of Burma For Centuries Paris milliners say that American women have never seen the really large hat Well if we havent had an opportunity of observing the genuine article the Imitations vouchsafed us this season have done much toward making the amende honorable The modistes of gay Paree doubtless are merely waiting for a ship to be built I A VELVET WALKING nAT large enough o accommodate their cargo Then picture to yourself the sCene when the custom officers first sight them Madam Is this a new airship 1 Curtain Seriously though the other day I wanted to hail a Fifth avenue bus but simply couldnt make the driver see me on account of a barricade of hats that made the crossing look like a par ticularly fine patch of extra large mushrooms Every woman in that crowd seemed to have affected as her piece of headgear one of the huge new mushroom shapes swathed in folds of silk velvet or tulle held in place with a buckle about the size of an old fash ioned door knocker Now youll be proposing me as a member of the Knockers club but really the big hats of the year are the limit Their only saving grace Is flatness And the roses 1thnt trim some of these chapeaux Talk about nature fakers Why the manufacturers of the present artificial rose with Its unheard of dimensions have the former miscreantsto be very slangystung to death There is a stunning hat called the Marie Louise an enormous round floppy affair that depends upon one of these roses with foliage of an unnatural pink color as its only adornmentSIt Is a case of wheres the face when a woman dons one of these hats And her alrYes its all there bolstered r AN ATZEBXOCOr XODKIt out w1tqrats and curls galore btr in eclipse The moon has come into conjunction with Ven sUp to date astronomy The smartest women in town are wearing the new neck ruffs admirably described by a friend of mine as Ta little bit tit anything or a mixture of all The fur neckbands mean sMite later on to the throat specialists But who cares for that If they have a de mode piece of fur they can convert into one of these dressy accessories AH that Is necessary 4o bring It up in line with the most expensive ready- made production is to shape it snmglT neck and ae high as one ran 1tOJotbe bI1lfti41t Comfort iff e pt a 4 ITJ1AIN SCHEDULE r CHESAPEAKE OHIO c i Eastbound sJ f No 26 Daily Ex Sun 842a ik No 22 Daily 1tV7 o tU iNo 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 pvm No 24 Daily 925pi Westbound c No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 6 22 a jNTo 2V Daily 83iiaNo 25 Daily Ex Sunday 20 p jn yb 23 Daily 43fc p an LOUISVILLE NASHVlLtfe t Southbound rii No CincinnatiKnosville fefsillOOOa m No CincianatiJacksonvjlJe ImIted 1057 a ro No 9 Maysville Stanford loeal with Cincinnati conectioB at Paris iraves at 6 32 departs at 6 35 pin No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limiiV I123pm Northbound r Xp TAtlantaCincinnati limit T06 a VNo 10 StanfordMay sville locaXr onecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 a m No 38 KnoxyilleCincinhati Iqr nl arrives 2 50 departs 2J5ptffajiJ No 32J JacksonvilleCihcinriati imited 545 p m f f All of these trains will stopatWibI- tester also are all dailyy except os U and 10j which are daily ex ept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RYCO rime Card in Effect June 21 190 East Bound INo2iNo4 Daily Daily Stations Pjfal AM v Lexington 2 25 735 WinchesterS r 3 05 813 L E Junction 32p I 826 Clay City 3501 904 Stanton 358 trSrHX Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge435l 343 Torrent 95- 65aoioaTBeattyville June Athol 537 1045 0 K Junction 6 05 1335 rJackson 610 11120 Westbound iDailyJDailyl Saik i NolI4No3i L5 I ExI Sun 6nJi TAM1 PMTAM- v Jackson 6 LO 2 20 700 O K Junc 635 2251 705 Athol 60a5273aBeattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 750 341 S15 Natural Bridge 745 355 82G Camptou June 748 357 82Stanton SI5I426 854 Clay CIty r Pn L E June 900 507 9LWinchester 912 520 9 4fr- AnLexington 9 55 6 05 lI02 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ACE WADE DAILY PI C CEPTSUftL l ilC Ry for Mt Sterling t C mpton Junqtion trains Iflos 42 3 and 4 will connect with tfte Mountain Central Ry for passungErsu to and from Campton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will connection with the 1L Gpi A Railway for Beattyville Kyr 0 K Junction Tr ins NosL 3and 4 rill connect with the rcu tRiRailway for Cannel City Ky antvay stationsSW A MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P Al7tf Capital 160000 Undivided Profits 160000 7rHE Winchester Bank or WINCHESTER KY Strf N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT tf qW1 CASHIER J h i r SOLICITS YOUR i IJ G 0UI Y Sj J Must Go1oether Inf irttywltkotIt kEow1dg- aad Ii w us leeLPalcy i iJVjvVVv f t t is f a I t I r J alt a ht JiEWINCHESTER NEWS I KW C11BAST DAft I 5 TEAM JfPUYMONDAY with Crack YM C A Five of Lex iiV i lngton1 on Saturday r4 Even ng c t 3fr Chavmanagement of the K W C basketball team lias iiist secured a iK Leile au mgton Y M fA to be played at the Auditorium on the ibof Sat urday FebruarjGth The last gam- safrbaske e ball p Y d on a local floor collegwase boys trounced Richmond last Mon day afternooit This game although fairljwell attailcte17 didnot pay ex- nses l y some two or three dollars Wh classrcBasket ball games in Winchester at an admission pricevojf 110 cents is an v impossibility The managemont has therefore de cided to make one more attempt to give the people of Winchester a chance to see the very Lest that tin king of indoor games has developed In the persons of the Lqxington Y M C A five a team which is easily the strongest inthe South and has not met defeat fbi thr eCQlI secutive years The very best at traction has been secured and it remains to be seen whether the game sfillbe given the support it deserves The price will be raised from 10 cents to 15 cents and it is up to the people of Winchester to show wheth er they are really interested in the athletics of thecollege enough to encourage the effort to compete with the best rather than the cheapest teams MANAGEMENT OF THE KW C BASKET BALL TEAM ESCORT APPOINTED FORr THE PRESIDENT Picked Men Cpmpcse Escort of Hon or For Rooseyeit at Lin coin Celebration I LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 4Lieu tenant ColoneJ Gregory Major Lindsay and Captains McBryde and Rejv were detailed Colonel W B Haldeman oftFirst Regiment with 12 picked men to act as an es core of honoifor President Roosevelt oti the day of the Lincoln cen Iodgelnille1fadlsoll at the nonsectarian mass meeting which will be held at Temple Adat- Israel here on February 12 Prof Albion W Small of Chicago Univer si till be the principal speaker at the Lincoln celebration The Louis- Ville Choral Society will have charge of the music PRISONERS TO PEN nSlieriff A Howard Hampton left nini sday morning for Frankfort with the prisoners who were given penitentiary sentences at the last terni pjp Circuit Court The following istheljist of the prisoners who were taken and the time they will serve Theodore Johnson 1 on charge of house breaking 15 years sEveret Garter mouse breaking 2 years J Vv JohnI Jlacjc malicious shooting T year v Zack Mlrriiu Chouse breaking 1 yRfi a yvBen Jaekspj houses breakiiig 1 year i E L LaUilarie Ahorse stealing 2 Y1 1RS JOHN B RTONI r KILLED BY TRAIN RmainsTOrdered to Be Sent to Home I iri West Libertv By Railroad Company f J y MOOREHEAD Ky Feb 4John jJil ton of West Liberty Morgan county was killed by a Chesapeake Ohio train near Mt Sterling Tues day night Ail inquest was held here this morning and Undertaker S BiSHop took charge of the remains with irailroadnstritctconroariy to prepare the body for burial and send it home Mr Burton leaves a wife and nine children DANVILLE PROPOSES TO f PUT LID ON AgyiLLE Ky Feo 4Arous m the City Council was heMlttstnight Thebpdy was called PQiby a Civic League delega non forty demandthflid beput on was made The Council immediately ordered the police to gnfprce a general Sun dayclosingand t he City Attorney wl sherg1of lacing lira license on l ofcrjteifrot hops and near beer It ia Understood that the Council favors JilQO UctQseJfor M lc- Ot theme bevel 1 0 iiiiiTHE BEAST THAT nmm THE PROPHET Rev Thomas Hambly Delivers Third Lecture at Kentucky Wes leyan College Rev Thomas Hambly delivered his third lecture to the students of Ken tucky Wesleyan College and the citi zens pf Winchester last night in the large Auditorium the regular chapel being too small to accommodate the crowd jof listeners His lecture The Beast That Carries the Prophet was onthe gross man and took within its scope reforms in the ministry dress reform and political reform The word prophet meant bubbling up- The body was the beast The real man indefinable i and indiscernible was the freightage of the bodies bur den The lecturer claimed that a real healthy moil was brpadminded man provided his trinity of power mind andsthat it was impossible for sucha person tofhrd pitted against anything but wrong citing the case Lafolletteiand Moses E Glapp of the United States Senate and Theodore Roose volt and William Jennings Bryan in national polities to whom the peo pIe may ever look with confidence to support their cause and never that of the interests In dealing with dress reform Mr Hambly was intensely humorous and asIand sent home indelible impressions Of the future of the young men of our nation he had noprb phesy of hope but held out a rainbow promise to them if they would gird themselves with mental and heart power They forsake the schools too soqn land give places of position to the areaa tonic to young people LINCOLN HONORED BY BOIH PARTIES State Chairmen For Democratic and Republican Parties Arrange For Celebration MT STERLING Ky Feb 4 That politics in Kentucky will be laid aside for one day at least to honor thememory of Abraham Lincoln was assured yesterday when Albert H RepublicanhHenry R Prewitt chairman of the Democratic State Contra Committee met and appointed committees of four representing each party which will meet in Louisville next Saturday to formulate plans for the attendance of both State Committees and the political leaders and representative men of both parties at the Lincoln centenary celebration Feb ruary 12 Members of the Committees The Republican members appointed by chairman Winn are Dharles L Scholl chairman of Louisville j Frank Fisher of Paducah George W Welchof Danville and J F Taylor of Glasgow The Democratic committee appointed by chairman Prewitt is composed of W 0 Head chairman of Louis ville Thomas A Combs of Lexing ton Sam T Spalding of Lebanon and F A Lyons of Beattyville This committee will complete all arrangements at the Gait House in Louisville Saturday t FINE STOCK TO BE- SHIPPEQ TO CUBA Major David H Castelman Ships a Bunch of Fine Horses to His Farm in Cuba I LEXINGTON Kyj Feb 4Major David H Gastelman has returned from Cuba to arrange for the shim ment within a fortnight of 35 saddle stallions and mares tp tie new breeding farm he and others Recently pur chased 50 miles from Havana DEMAND BETTER SERVICE LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 4Pas senger service between Louisville and Danville was before the Boardof Trade today the report of the Trans porta till Committee verified by Danville business men being adppted The report recites that the south eru Railway has given no relief after promising a shortline service be tween the two cities and asks for betterment of service pr a refund jugpaid by the two cities toward that end Wise Rule in Austria The government of Austria makes InduoemeHtsto farmers who will iteim water lands and nuke uHof1i j re 6i 1 BOARD op IATION FWANTS JOINT SESSION Arrangements to Be Made at Meeting Saturday Providing For High School in Winchester The Board of llucalion of the city of Winchester atl its last meeting expresseq a wish that there might be a joint me anilbcity B6ardsvpf Education to consider questions re t gto a County and City High iScliool and Mr J N His le was app6ihted to arrange if pos sible fpra joint meetimr of the two Boards The County Board of Education will convene next Saturday and it is to be hpped that atthat meeting sat isfactory arrangements may be made for the desired joint meeting Each Board is composed of representative citizens who are strongly in favor of giving tie children of this county and pity the best educational advantagesUnder w school law the county must provide for a High School iii Wincljsterwithin the next few months The City Schools are so badly crowded that it will soon become necessary for arrangements- to be made for more rooms and more teachers From a financial view t and for other reasons it is to be hopedlfhat the county and city Boards of Education may be able to unite in erecting a building and main taining a High School that will be a credit to both city and county The High School is the heart of the new School system The country boy or girl who can leave the rural school and enter a good Hieh School has an iceritiveth t will stimulate him to dp his best There are many pupils in our schools who desire to equip themselves to teach or to en ter college because they are un able to Attend a training school for teachers or a preparatory school for colleges become discouraged A good High School would be an in spiration to these children and in a short time our rural schools could be supplied with stronger teachers and more ofour girls and boys would be able to enter the various colleges with credit to themselves A separate building for the use of the High School would place at the disposal of the City Board of Educa tion several rooms that could be used by the lower grades and in ties man ner the crowded condition of these grades could be relieved We respectfully submit to the two Board of Education this vital question viz since the county is Required by the new school law to maintain in this city a High School for the children of the county and the city is badly crowded in its present school quarters and both Boards desire to give the children the very best possible advantages would it not be well for the two Boards to unite in establish ing and maintaining a High School that would be a credit to the city to the county and to the State KENTUCKY CAPITALISTS BUY BIG COAL LANDS NeVI Company Paid 300090 and Will Make Improvements to Amount of 100000 CINCINNATI 9c Feb 4 It is reported thqt by a deal completed Tuesday coal land in Kentucky Under control of Harry P Jones of the Big Hill Coal Company of Cincinnati passed into the hands of Richmond Louisville and Lexington capitalists The price is said to be 300000 The land lies in two counties Lee and Bell That in Lee was under control of the Louisville and Atlantic Company while that in Bell was un der control of the Big Hill Company of which Mr Jonesis president The new company vill jmake improvements amounting to 100000 No information could be secured in Cin cinnati tonight concerning the deal as the interested persons were out of the city EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CONVENED IN THIS CITY Very ittieJ Business Transacted Outside of Regular Routine Workt The Executive Cpmmittee of the Burley Tobacco Society convened here in afterno-on It is said that nothing is being done by the committee except the transaction of the regular routine work A LongFelt Want This ladles Isother nonburglar hiding bed the steel sides of which preclude the possibility of there beingr a man under the bed yet can be un locked and collapsed for the purpose of sweeping inrtended for the use of unmarried wom en Kahili Cttf Times L r 2 l OONR POPILS ARf ITO HAVE A RECITAL toIDisplay Talents Friday Afternoon I The younger pupils of Miss Anna Chandler Goff will give a recital Friday February 5 at 330 in the after at herrstudio at the residence of rA H Sympson The follow ing is the program Schultz In Springtime Myrtle und Catherine Spencer Derma Pettei False oseplilleMacNeill Porter Waltz Catherine Spencer Schumann Happy Farmer Kathleen EarplChadwiclc Now I Lay Me Chadwick Crickett and BumbleBee r Mettie Bryan Kohler Childrens Party Myrtle Spencer Turner V Serenata Ellmenreieli Spinning Song IBessie Cbiikwright Porter Romance Mary Sudduth Reinecke V Evening Quiet Burgmuller Harmonies Angelic Amelia Van Meter Blaze eicz Serenade Mozart Minuette Martha Garrett Schubert Scherzo Merkel v Butterfly Alberta Lewis All patrons and friends are most cordially invited MOTHER CARRIES SON THROUGH DEEP SNOW Horse Fell and Mrs White With Her ThreeYearOld Son Walks Half a Mile VERSAILLES Ky Feb 4 MrsArch White the wife of a farmer living on the McCrackens Mill turn pike five miles from Versailles start ed to drive to this city in a buggy with her threeyearold sonThen she had gone a mile and a half her horse got into a snowbank and fell down Mrs White being unable to summon assistance and already chilled by the cold started out walk ing through the deep snow carrying the child Her shoes were soon pull ed off in the snow and with nothing on her feet except a pair of thin stockings she walked fOr half a mile before she came to the house of Mr Stokely a neighbor When she reached the Stokely home she fell prostrate and it was several hours before she was revived KENTUCKY GIRL WEDS IN CINCINNATI Miss Cora Wade of Beattyville is Married to Mr George New man of London Ohio George W Newman of London Ohio arrived in Cincinnati Tuesday morning to secure a license to wed Miss Cora Wade of Beattyville Ky and later went over to Covington to see County Clerk Yates He had telegraphed Miss Wade to meet him in that city about noon bnt when he went to the depot she was not there Newman sent a number of messages and finally learned that her train would not reach that city lentil 6 oclock Newman met her and they boarded a car for Covington In Covington they were met by Mr Yates wbo issued the license and Judge W H R Wheeler who married them Mrs Ne vman is well known in Eastern Kentucky social circles and is strikingly handsome Advertise In The NewsJ 4OPERAHO11SE l The Witching Hour The Witching Hour will be the attraction at the opera house Thursday night Under the Greenwood Tree Under The Greenwood Tree played by Florence Davis and her company at the opera house last comedyIteral plot and detail Mary Hamilton hecomesHreda gypsy van and breaks abruptly away from all her associations go ing into the woodland to live as the wandering gypsies do There it is that she meets the man the Adam and love is the result Sir Kenneth Graham a buslesque on the fastidious English lord lends a strong touch of humor to the play- Pen Ingledew Marys secretary is an extremely unpleasant and an old maidish young woman with a ten per like a full grown cat Loves Gypsy Maid- J G M Hyjton Esq J Pr is the Adam the lucky man who falls in love with Miss Hamilton and wants to marry her even while she is a gypsy maid before he learns who sl e really is When he does learn that she is rich richrichit doesnt make any different The play is re markably clever a beautiful stoly beautifully told goodMissand a winning manner ASa gypsy she was perhaps more pleasing thanks therish Mary Hamilton Tlie part is difficult and for a good por trayal requires little less than genius Mr Edward Van Sloan as the lord displayed considerable ability Mr Dexter was a fairly good lover and Miss Theodora Dudley found the role of the secretary directly at handLexington Herald Under the Greenwood Tree will be seen at the Winchester opera house Friday evening February 5 The Wolf Next Monday night promises to be a notable event the occasion being the first presentation in this city of Sam S and Lee Shuberts The Wolf the play that set all Chicago talking for more than ten weeks dur ing its run in that city at the Chicago Opera House The stage settings are remarkably elaborate and many of the scenes so well managed as to re ceive hearty applause The engage ment of The Wolf promises to be a recordbreaker The curtain will rise promptly at 830 and anybody coming in after that time will not be seated until the close of the first act Music will be furnished between acts by the Winchester orchestra Mrs Floyd Day has returned from Lexington where she has been with her daughter Miss Golden Day who is ill at the St Joseph Hospital VERSAILLES COUPLE WED VERSAILLES Ky Feb 4Mrs Jean Amsden Moberyl of this cjty and Mr William Haupt of Philadelphia will be quietly married at the Hotel Sinton in Cincinnati this afternoon at 5 oclock WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution ii the county is the Winchester Roilr Mills Why not use home flour tlu best made Keri Perfection an White Pearl flour has no eauaL Better thna Coca Cola more re freshing Roxa Cola at Kidvells 1291t Jones soda fountain 136 N Main now handles Roxa Cola 129lt r Eagle Casting0nINCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY MANUFACTURERS OF y Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel AHuminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS L FOR Altakinds of Structural Steel Shapes l kF G CORNELL l 41 r 41r rFtGen I Manage Jt L i l CLASSIFIED COLUMN s IClassified Per Word Onehalfcent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calender monthaNothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertionsof same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or morel ed within one yeaf iCents a line 4 v2j THE REAL ESTATE MAN will and sell all kinds of city and countrypropedy Special attention given to renting and collecting of rents S B TRACYOffice in Hath away building South Court street 23lmb FOUND Overcoat at The News of ficelms been here since November election 23tf FOUNDA bunch of keysii1 the BrownProctoria Hotel barber shop Owner can have suing by calling at the News office and pay ing for this ad- LOSTSunday morning between Baptist church and L Ncross ing on East Broadway a pin set with three carbuncles Return to Miss Cassie Conkwright andre ceive reward J i 2 4 tK WANTED At once 5OOSunItlid es and other raw furs Fob particulars address Hart Goyle Owingsville Ky l 2t6t N 9 FOR RENTJ Cottage ono Lexington avenue Apply Mrs RachebEcton 2i6t LOSTBlack silk scarf found on Maplestreet some little time ago Owner can have same paying for this advertisement and calling on Mr A H Sympson 21tf WANTED Gentlemen to cpU and seethe suits and overcoats I am making 1GEORGEN213t- WANTEDBoarders or w room for rent Apply to Mrs 0 M Flynn 133 West Hickman street l303t FOR SALEBedroom suite folding bed kitchen cabinet Morels Air Tight stove bath cabinet Morris chair desk chair and few rockers 290 South Main street 1293t- STRAYEDFrom Pine Grove Jan uary 25th 1 red cow and2 heifers marked X Iwith tarx 10 reward for their return to FRANK STIVERS Athens Ky 12610t pinwithback Chapter Beta Sigma Own er can have same by paying for this advertisement arid applying at Baldwin Bros jewelry store i23tf FOR RENliHouse of eight rooms corner Hickman and Main Rent reasonable Apply to DR VAUGHT i206t rFOR SALE Coal at 21 N torth withboth y 119imo I FOUND Black belt Owije it 4an have same by calling at omc and paying for this advertisements 118tf FOR SALE Grocery andjneatshoP paying business Terms reasonable Address W A B this office 114if- WANTEDTo take orders for m king cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 654 Irl2lino FOR SALECheap graphophone largeMorningR B this office i9tf WANTEDTo buy furs scrap iron buyerinWashington 119Iinp FOUNDra pin on Main street lattisement rqS 125 tf r r r JI