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J1 M f j i tastEdiii6 t L- M t ARGdT WINCHESTER IVOL 1 NO 98 WINCHESTER KY 1909 2 CENTS A COPY CENTS 1Mu I BOARD OF APPRAISERS ASSESSES T CLARK COUNTY AT 1U712055 Out ttoiy Clerk J Boone finishes Report And Gives Iconraging 4 Slatenients Tj Tax PayersIncrease Of 168055 Over last Year County Clerk J A Boone afterI several days of hard and bor lias finished summing up the County Assesors books af Qiv the County Board of had went through them marking a number ofchanges in the figures IOf many assessments in several Mr Boonc splendid accountant and his figures can be entirely relied upon as beings correct presentryear 1909 10712770 being an crease over the total assessment of 1908 which was 10544715 of 168 055 Bonds Stocks Etc Amount of bonds 10950 Amount of notes secured by mortgages r 424745 Amount of other notes 484880 8813AmountAmount of cash on hand 7700 Amount of deposits t jbank and against which checks in payment of prior bona fide indebts cdness have not been drawn it 220475 Amount of cashoude posits with other cor porations 7 325 Amount of cash on de posits with individuals 8500 Amount of stock in corporations joint stock companies or associa tion I 64580 Amount of stock in for cigh corporations not exempt by law f 1830 Land and Stock Number of acres land 15691 threetenths valuation of each tract with improvementss5840Z35- a Number of city or town 1lots 2168 ofr i with impro e d y L f merits 2118640 Number of thoroughbred standard and saddle r stallions 5 value 950 Number of thoroughbred saddle or standard geldings 3value Av 425 Number of standard thoroughbred r mares and o colts 19 value 00 X 750 Number of stallions ofacommon stock iSp value 2500 Number of mares geld ings and colts of com mon stock 2626 value 155855 Number of mules and mule colts 1443 value j 117840 Number of jacks 36 SmOJtnmber Number of registered r lulls 3 value 175 i Number of registered cows and calves 95y 4 095 Jlue of cows bulls1 and steers of a r common stock 8640 value 225920 i Number of sheep 18030 valueP60130Number of hogs 9165 value 43200 Miscellaneous Value of agriculturajL im plenlents 19790 i Value of leftover agri prbdf v 4450 Number of carriages wa gons automobiles and vehicles of every loud and the value of them 43915 Value of slaughtered an imals 50 Value of safes 950 Value of household and and kitchen furnitiire 109655 j Value of manufacturing V A implements ot all Kinds 49040 v Value of pianoforte andn t another musical inS y strunients I 7730 T Vela of raw material ccvto be used in mahu facturing 172655 Value of manufactured V t j articles 131800 f Value of oil paintings v 60 of libraries 4440Value v v Value of diamonds 2aii 11780 Value of watches anda l y clocks t srj W 7 375 Value of jewelrye 450 J J X 1 h di GIRUJLArICN IN AND CLARKC 0 U ld s WINCllESTERNI3WSTHJ3 II A 1 A is is in in of t v trt Value of gold silver mud plated ware i 3860 Value of steam engines v and boilers 10450 J t Value ofsteam boats sail i boats and all otlier wa tel crafts di 1te est therein1tcp0Value of patent rigllts 5000 Value of wines wliiskies ry brandies and mixtures 8J t thereof not in distillery t v bonded warehouses 5001- JtNumber of stores 157 Talue of foods therein 238630 Value of property held for sale on commission 3350 Value ofall property not 1082651Totallands 5840735 Totalassessed value ro11jI town lots 7 2118640 Totalassesed value of personal property 2945115 Amount ofexemptions du household f goods ana other personal proper ry to a person with a family not exceeding 250 191735 totall07142770 If Mopey Fpr Expenses Can Be Rais ed All Will Be Well Attend Meting Tonight The following clinninpr from the Sporting News of Friday 4th will be of interest to the baseball fans of this city All the clubs in the Blue Grass League are making great nrepara tions for next season and the local semipro ranks willsuffer Winchester Ky has pulled offa clever deal which insures last sea sons tailenders a winger They- havesigned up the entire Russellville Ky independent team This punch of players represented Bowling Green for several seasons and held suprem acYover all Kentucky and Tgnnessee clubs playing every day during the 1906 1907 and 1908 seasons So that club can be counted on to show teamwork from the start Winchester will without a doubt have one of the best teams in the State if the necessary money can be raised Therewillsbe a meetingpf those interested at HR Phillips store tonight at 7 oclock and the future of baseball for Winchester will be definitely determined tonight Everybody who is interested in hav ing Winchester in the Blue Grass League next year should attend the meeting without fail MR GEORGE REED IS j AT 2 OCOC FRIDAY Remains Will Be Brought Here and Buried at Old Home Place Sunday Morning Mr George Reedwho was taken to a hospital in Cincinnati several weeks since for treatment died at two oclock this morning The de ceased was about 40 year of jage and lived on his farm about seven miles out of this city on the Boones boro pike He had been ill with tu berculosis for the past three or four months and had been treated at various hospitals without success He is survived by one brother Mr Tom Reed and a sister Mrs WR Hampton both of this county V The burialwill take place at the old home place on the Boonesboro pike Sunday morning at+ 10 oclock Services will be conducted by Rev B J Davis of Lexington PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED Connor and Horton the largest cattle buyers in this section gfthe State have dis ly arlershi1 and wilt sell all their stock at auctio- nFebruaryl3th J es o rl i r THE WORLDS TWO GREATEST LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS interest centered iu Alfred Shrubb the English distance runner from the time that John Hayes won the IVIarathon race in England While Shrubb laid no claims to skill at the Marathon distance he held all distance records up to fifteen miles and it was certain that he would get into the Marathon contest forthehJsffndBASE BALL ARTICLE CAUSES MUCH ALARM An Open Letter From Judge ES Jouett on the Benefits to be De rived From This Sport Editor Winchester News Your article of yesterday after noon reciting the gloomy prospects for baseball next summer has so alarmed me that I desire to join you in an appeal to the buspssmen to come up with the necessary funds to guarantee to Winchester a place in the league and a firstclass team r Believe loan fairly claim to be more fa worker than a dead game sport and as such unhesitating ly say from experience that there is no summer vacation which will furnishas much pleasure and gen uine recreation as a daily attendance upon the baseball games during the summer months A trip to the sea shore or the springs will ordinarliy cost more than the price of the stock each is asked to buy and the tick ets to the games This much money ought to be laid aside for the pur pose and cheerfully spent not as a waste but as a valuable investment in that rebuilding of the nerve and mental forces which every one must anYthfugAlldull boy is a saying that applies to us grownups engaged with the man ifold cares duties and labors of real life as aptly as to soot children Baseball furnishes this needed play right here at home It is cleat wholesome and healthful and is so intensely interesting that it takes the mindoff of business as nothing else can do And the busy tired house wives if they but think so andwill try it will get just as much pleasure and benefit from itas their husbands I This is only one view of the bene fits of having a baseball team It pays in many ways notably in the arousing ofa patriotic city pride at home and the advertisement abroad I spent last week in Richmond Though it was in the dead of winter I found the baseball interest and en thusiasm at whiteheat with the most prominent business and profes sional men as the leaders Paris and Mt Sterling are trying to get into our league It would be a shame for Winchester which always does the right thing and never does it by hal ves to fall back in the rank of4he hasbeens just for the want of a little money andenterprfse It gught not to be so but it wilHbe unless the business men do their lJart by for enough stock to make success possible lam not onthe ill side but I understand that arrange ments are on foot for securing the entire Bussellville team which was considered one of the best in the State last year outside of Louisville It will cost so much that it will require about 2 oinja tii Ito this gate receipts 1 Oi this 1000 has bed raised 115 all pall together for tlteea HCKH 3laaeeDont 1 BASKETBALL GAME QN SATURDAY NIHT Home Boys Hope to Put Flemish on Record of Fast Lexington Team at Auditorium t The Y M C A basket ball team of jLexington and the college team will meet at the Auditorium Satur day night The Y M C A team has been the undefeated champions yearsianclaThey college coin is in splendid form and have been playing some fast ball in the last few mines they have played and are confident they can put a blemish on the fast Lexington team s record Last year when the college team ulayed the Y M CA- the score was 49 to 5 in favor of the Lexingtonians Basket ball is being played in all the other towns before large and enthusiastic aud iences It is an expensive form of entertainment and should be liberally patronized by the peoole of this city ARRANGNIENTS MADE FOR THE HEAD GAMP Local Lodge Making Great Prepara rations to Give Them a Royal Reception All arrangements have been com pleted byWinchester Gamp W 0 W for the meeting of the Head Camp that will be held iJ this city in March This will the first time the Head Camp has ever convened in this city and the local lodge is making great preparations to give them a royal reception The growth of the order in Central Ken tucky in the past Uvoryears has been greater than it has been anywhere in the State COUNCIL MEETING The regular meetipgof they City Council will be held tonight Several important matters will come before the meeting among them will be to confirm the purchase of the hose wagon for the firedepartmentT- EACHERS S RECEIVE PAY Saturday February 13th will be the last pay day for county schoolteachers for the present term State Treasurer Parley has been sending out the checks for the past week to the various counties and the money will be on hand for payment waitfor a canvasstftpi call upon you butt go to H H BhilHps store and subscribe for one or more shares of stock i Yoursttly s JOUETT00 hM fttjj r rIJif r- T h K Fir C1C POSSE KILLS NEGRO BANDIT Had Robbed Man at Point oif Gun = Located on Street- Car v r i Memphis TennFeb 5 Following1 a daring holdup on a busythorfaugh fare Henry Morton a negroUrajned with a revolver and with podkets filled with ammunition ran amuck T1 firing into streetcars arid terrorized a section of North Memphis be fore he was shot to death by police and citizens After relieving another negro ora bundle of hides Morton endeavored to force a trade with a prodUce deal er at the point of his pistol Falling lie sent a confederate to dispose of the booty but both escaped before the arrival of the police The negro was finally located aboard a streetcar but as an officer approach firingbUhdlycontinued to fire As pedestrians ap peared the negro shot hurriedly and continued his race Several groups of schobl children were fired on and fir ing into a house the bullets of the negro narrowly missed a woman occu pant A riot call brought a squad of po lice who were joined by scores of citizens and Morton was finally cor raled on a porch At bay tue negro continued to fire on his pursuers but his bullets went wild while a volley froth his pursuers put an end to the battle Four rounds of unspent cartridges were found in the pockets of the dead negr- oCONDEMNS ACTION OF TEXAS MASONS Past Grand Master Mglish Says TallOp1s Regular Cincinnati Feb 5W B Mellsn past grand master of the grand lodge of Masons said that the adoption of the resolution by the Masonic chapter at Wbrthaai Texas condemning the action of the grand master of Ohio in granting a special dispensation in the case of Presidentelect Taft per mitting him to become a Mason at sight is and inex cusableHe that the action of the grand master of Ohio was absolutely regular and Masonic in every respect and in accordance with Masonic precedent He said that the Worth am chapter in adopting the resolu tion is either an irregular chapter or it IF violating the tenets of Masonry in passing such a resolution and teat the grand high priest can be asked to discipline the chapter Political Parties Unite Louisville Ky Feb 5Both po litical parties have united in connection with the Lincoln centenary to be heldat Hodgenville Ky Feb if when President Roosevelt and others will speak State Chairman R H wfnn and Henry R Prewitt both of Mount Sterling and next door neigh bors have appointed each four mem bers of the conference committee which on Fee 6 will determine what concerted part the Republicans and Democrats will take in the cere monies THE MEAT QF II Louis J Bloch of Chicago won the 100 prize offered by a woman of that city for the best poem onwoman suffrage One hundred men were captured in a raid on a cocking main at Buffalo N YPrince George of Servia was severely injured while speeding his auto on the streets of Belgrade A dream of wealth unbalanced the mind of Mrs Sarah K Erick of Can ton and she will be committed to the Massillon asylum Mrs William Krueger 85 partially deaf was run dofIland killed by a trainat Plymouth Q Rev V P Welch of Fostoria 0 kas been held to court on charges of criminal libel preferred by a woman member of his lock Carrie Nation was fined 750 in a London police court for poking her umbrella through a cigarette sign in a car window Fire 4n a New York restaurant drove 200 guests in an adjoining hotel front their rooms clad only in their night clothesISeptember 24 has been designated ajcOhio day at the Yuk mAaaka ax- pi ition i tr 7 i w r i r 1WEATHER t t 1 Colder TGnigMRaHrSf tuf day CohlerJ tI By Ckaria v i FRIDAY FEBRUARYS 1I Appraisers particulars subscribing unprecedented MURDERED MAN MUCH MARRIER Several Sensations Sprung InshelmRuse Worked By l Police f Newark N J Feb 5There were sensational developments in the caea of Frank Wilhelm the contractors who was found murdered in his homar near here Monday though the actust clearing up of the mystery that sem l rounds the tragedy has not yet comet The revelations included the charms that Wiihelsi had three wives ylBc and that he had never been divorcecL Another occurrence of interest waer theaction of the police in suddenly bringing Mrs Mary J Wilhelm D4It Nicholas Sicca a boarder in the Wlt helm home both held in connection with the murder into the presence of the body of the murdered maw Mrs Wilhelm although she becamet hysterical withstood the test fairly well but Sicca was so disturbed th-is arraignment in court had to be postponedThe regarding the do mestic life of the murdered maah dame during progress of the funecj al of Wilhelm Mrs Fredericka Wil helm of New York who claimed aha was married to Wilhelm in Jersey City in 1894 soon after he had det sorted his firstwife Hannah Viol helm who was also his stepsister Two years later she said she discOFL eredhis perfidy When she accused him he deserter her she alleged and her yearoMT daughter and a baby soon to be bonx atd fled with his stepsister wife Since then she had not heard from him until the child then unborn and now a lad of 12 years read of his murder in a newspaper and recog nized his picture in the paper as tfeafc of the man whose pictures in tfeeiir llom1 he had been told was his talker Mrs Fredericka Wilhelm doe not know what became of HanBaBc Wilhelm The wife with whom 1 has recently been living Mrs Ifory J Wilhelm is in jail held in com ao tion with the murder Igrs Fredericka Wllhelhi and toe sister Mrs Maria Armater of Ncir v York tainted at Wilhelms bier wkfife the funoral was in progess and wlMMu as they declared they identified tJidead man the husband of Fredw icka WilhelniT The last named fell dramatisacross the coffin fa a complete tote of collapse while her sister slugged to the floor in a faint Mrs Mary J Wilhelm the wJaT now held in connection with the XHVF der was not permitted to attend ttt funeral although she had receiei permission to dp so USE BILL AS OBSTACLE 1 Senate Minority Play For Time ear Crum Confirmation Washington Feb 5The monoColi ous tones of the reading clerk of tluir senate as he labored through the MX of over 100 pages making approyrfi tions for the District of Columbia constituted the chief feature in 0proceedings of that body There way an evident intention on the part Ge the minority to lengthen theI tiros necessary to dispose of the meauMn it being the only bbstacle to an exec utive session forthe further consign ation of the nomination of William D Crum to be collector of custwBK of Charleston u C On the Democratic side there woe a persistent demand for the most careful reading of the bill and occas- Ionally members of tIre minority fie came involved in a spirited debate mt items usually left to the judgment oC the committee reporting the measurac Haul Plnchot Over Coals Washington Feb 5 The forMfc service got its usual annual drubbing- the criticisms ain8t it coming prig l cipally from Mr Smith CalpcCook Colo and Mr Mondell WycxJ all of whom charged extravagance Ia administration and the extortion tmoney from miners farmer sad even the owners of bee hives Kn Cook attributed to Mr Plnchot the chief forester the ulterior motive oC scheming for Secretary Wilson gwMt in the cabinet Both Pimefcot and the forest service were vigorously defended by Messrs Mann HI axe Weeks Mass- Violation of Contract Altc MlAtv Little Rock Ark Feb 5A rMW lution passed by the house regaeilc Governor Donaghey to transmit to that branch of the tate legislatw all documents and mstters her have in connection with the ckaspsa Ihs has mode against Caldwell eL CqIfolllleging a YtoUtSoa or their coatrtl Another resolutled asked that MT coutraatiss flra 1I9 file a statest ff t L f J r 4 l1wwi4h fi t11 4 1 I f x yy+ I MSr j j 0 t L tNlTw rout WrstJSTeR EWS s j y J I j l ld 1 f fzjfzzzxyz ixzzte Rte y a ysAgr feyg ig pcsbg fl SUN MON TUE WED THU FRK EATI 3 4 5 6 T 8 I9I1OI11IfJ 13 14 15 16 1718119120 2I2524 252027 t I Clark County INCORPORATED Consfruetiono2C Think of the mud and hill climbing taxi palda c h year o- No Road canI cost the Far mers as much a lJooronei On the Basis pf Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions ofroads public or pri vate streets or alleys I rushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement gnd Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell 4sam in any quanl desired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteedJ Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 1OOQOO This bank began business less than three years ago taust in the beginning of the financial depies ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been h steady growth fro he start in the number of oUr depositors and in the volume ojour business We enrollnew names every week We want yours are cordially inted to open an account WithIS YonIsonal attenion to all business J H HUbGKIN Cashier J 1 BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President WE HAVE ITt There is no need apology or excuse to go out of town to get anything in f gne ELECTRIC SUPPLY LINE WhyITHE 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 lanes We do FanBeltst All Character of Fixtures and Supplies Repair WorK Our Long Stit I stSppiyCo Present Duty f He who is false ib present duty breaks a thread in the loom and will haveforgotcaseHenry r f I IJ I as Kerr Block 1O NSMaIn- a If One is Cautious r J Home is ft restful sort of plcti where wewpaay all say lust what w e please if we are discreet bout it Galveiton N wi f rr x t 4 r Abraham Lincoln The Politician I 1809 The Lincoln Centenary1m I By JAMES A EDGERTON Copyright 1909 by Amerlcan Press Asso ctatlonJ2z EC A USB It has been as soclatcd with unscrupulous and J th1term undeserved con tempt As used l originally It meant simply a political t a c t clan a good gen y oral in the bat ties of the ballots Since graft bosses and ballot box stuffing have come into vogue they have all been ascribed to the1 politician when as a matter of fact they should have been charged to crim THAT ONE woup WAS inals who re- UNION tended to be pol ItlcIansWe dp not sufficiently dis criminate We Are Coo sweeping In our denunciations Because some religion fists are hypocrites is no reasonwe should abuse religion We might as well refuse to accept money because there are counterfeits in circulation or resolve never to sit again if one chair happens to break under us Some of the best and most public spirited men In our history have been politicians They have not been the criminal variety of politician however They have been the sort of politicians that are wise generals In political campaigns To this class belonged Lincoln Make no mistake about his shrewdness farsightedness and ability as a tactician In the struggle with Doug las he not only got the better of his opponent in debate but outgeneraled him He was playing to beat Doug Ins for the presidency He did not count on getting the senatorship for himself or on gaining anything for himself Lincoln was a politician but not a selfish one He looked the sit uation squarely in the face decided what was lEst for his party and the country and fought for that regardless of the effects on his own fortunes The difference between Lincoln and other politicians of his time or of any time for the mutter of that Is that be saw further ahead cared more for principle and would not allow private gain to stand in the way of public good His associates looked only to the election immediately involved He gazed beyond that to future elec tions They desired only to win the nearby victory He kept his eye on the faroff greater victory They dealt with the ordinary campaign methods While not neglectful of these he measured tile effects of principles and used his unerring logical faculty In determining the working of cause and effect in the political world One other thing should be borne In mind In his political capacity Abra hm Lincoln was essentially a Republican His great fight was made Ito maintain the power of the general government over the subject of slavery in the territories His whole atti tide during the war was for nation afity Whatever may be our own views on the subject of state and na tion if w6 have failed tQ see this side of Lincoln we Have failed to see him at all His struggle against Douglas was to maintain the traditions and powers of thfnation against any vaguely sovereignty that was not properly safeguarded bylaw and order After becoming presi dent hiS insistence was that self preservation and continuity is the basic law of any nations existence There fore no state could withdraw from the Union without the consent of all the other states His cry was for saving the nation In the form in which It was turned over to him When he met Alexander H Stephens at the Hampton Roads conference he told Stephens that he would write only one word and the south might have everything else That one word was Union He expressed the same sentiment to Horace Qreeley and others To Abraham Lincoln the United States of America was distinctly land eternal ly a nation not a confederation of states I feel bound to say this be cause I am trying to give a whole and truthful view of the man He was constructive always and everywhere constructive He was In favor of pub lIe Improvements and public Improve meats DZlteby the state He was in Paver of a tariff He was for govern nm ent issue of moneya government man all through ft People who looked at the sur ifacp of tblngsaccuse President Lin jcoln of lacking a policy They were veryjargenever shrank from carrying It out He wets no tic J tQL small thins ibn none could be firmer on great things ills faculty of doing to tbf fundAmentals of every QtE6t1OnfWftd fJilngthat the nation must be preserved in tact Thi was his pole star He steered by= It without rJi gWketi Seward aiidothers would have t m jk rl ea lie kept steadfast to that one fiodameatal ideal i f r l ry fr 0 THE MOTHER BOY AND GIRL Latter Makes an Ideal Wife Forma Usually a Moody Husband In a household where there are sev eral boys oV where there are boys and girls some one in the circle Is the one altogether lovely The confession does not come from the father or mother but observing visiting friends to the household realize the fact before many calls have been taade It isa common impression that the only child whether boy or girl soon becomes aware of his or her impor tance at home To adapt a common expression the only child is always spoiled and it is not arrays the onlys fault x To return to the first statement does the favorite boy in a household of boys make a better husband than his brothers and does the favorite girl make the sort of wife that has been predicted before she quits home To put It another way does she make a better wife than the favorite brother makes a better husband v In a home of boys the favorite is mothers boy The other brothers are not envious of his classification Unless the favorite Is an exception to the rule he has in the estimation of his brothers an effeminate composition The opinion may not always be Just but the favorite carries the handicap all his life or at least as long as he is under the paternal roof and under the maternal influence Generally the favorite brother is the first to have 1 sweetheart The other brothers charg this up to the mother If the sw et heart has been picked by the mother all the greater a favorite he with his mother One of the inconsistencies of the situation is that this favorite is not always the youngest boy of the family If the last born reflects any of his fathers traits you may be sure that he is not the favorite When comes thetime for the favor its to stand before the altar he Is the recipient of every attention which the family can bestow This is not strange for the first marriage Ina family Is the event of events especially whey- the affair meets with family approba tion When the wedding Is over when the rainbow season has passed and the tr ain enter upon that period where better and worse meet on the common level when the friends of the Pamir watch and wait to ascertain whethe- the match was well mated the test comes apace There seems to be an unwritten law which warrants a newly married cola Pf0 to eliminate their former friends MOTHERS s FAVORITE SON Aside from the custom it nearly al ways happens as you may know that the favorite boy who has become a husband grows rather more exclusive tha- is n always agreeable to his old chums The more charitable attribute it to the fact that the wife Is so charming that the husband does not care to have her good qualities shared by the outside world Of course there are always people who look at the other side of the new relationship Maybe the wife has evinced traits which the new husband does not care to have placed on exhibition Nevertheless there stands out the frigid fact that the home favorite te riot what he was If the wife is what she ought to be the world never knows why One of a wifes rights is to care fully mask the shortcomings of her liege People who have the gift of looking through a stone wall and tell ing what is on the other side of it will tell you in confidence that the boy was spoiled at home and that when he got a home of his own the spoiling was centuated In fine the fellow has frtwii more selfish He is not like his father whose hospitality had become n proverb Have you ever noticed that the husband being treated of Is backed up In his manner of living by his Llessed mother If the other brothers cf the family every marry they are Improvements as husbands What about the girl who was a fa torte at home before marriage It has never been explained and probably never will be to the exacting when a girl marries she acts as if a knew more about being a wife than Ler adored mother ever thoughts Students of these peculiar conditions willgteUyo tbatif a sew wle im inure herself after her marriage it la the fault of her hqeband It nay be fair to the hnsbABd but t erdkts formed and Jt kndii antil icitth or divorce ends the tie that rade one of two i SHmLzr Bllill- 1 l ti1r d h T Are You on the Lookout four PRICES pocketbook eyesinsearch ends GRANT KlTTiS CO 30 NortH Main 2 HOUSES AND LOT FOR SALE corner Clay Street and Mt Sterling pike originally owned by J D Jones Will sell at hYukest bidder in front of Court House o SATURDAY FEB 6th 1909 f AT 2 P M Will offer separately and asa vhole eTcrms matte known onday of sale V- GHAS PARSONS ONrNElSONJfieTransferMaD by day or night if you wont your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Cookwriijlit Transfer and Ice Co Handling and Hauling Fur ICrating Pianos Etc1a Specialty N019 Nort Male Street Both Phones orr w WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANYp M6C HMcKINNEY Props dairies Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A X W Cor Main and Fairfax NEED OF A PARK Picture That Might Be Fainted of Any Small Town I D Dort of Flint Mich has writ ten for the newspapers of Flinta three column letter pleading for the execu tion by the town of the park and boulevard plans that have been out lined by Warren H Manning Outside Flint the interest of the latter Is only In those arguments which have general application Of them the following which seldom has been so well ex pressed is significant He Is telling how the people woke to the need of parks realizing that for all the river and Its beautiful snore lines both above and below the city for boating camping and other recrea tion purposes hundreds not to say thousands of persons during the sum men months because there was no community utilization of the opportu nines poured out of the city by train trolley and such other means as could be employed to seek rest and recrea tion in the fields or woods or by th side of lake and stream and that fo the same reason hundreds of others perhaps on a Sunday morning or after noon might be seen standing about on our business streets very often and with very good reason bitterly com plaining of the citys almost utter lack of suitable public resting and scene tion grounds This 1ts a picture that might be paint ed of many a small town and city where parks would be no expensive business and yet where their establish ment would mean for the people a more wholesome physical and social life Sm U Trees For City Streets John bavey of Kent 6 known ali over the United States as a high au thority ion tree culture delivered an interesting lecture some time ago at the new Avondale 10 school under the auspices of the Avondale Improvement heaafhed d than ure alone iLr Dave advised 1he planting of small freeK Instead of the Jarircr varieties thati eventually Interfere with oTeche d resiiJaaveaobeeitherlrimmedhe io cut own JoncsvSbdJufoBMtain 136 Tf Rw now handles Rosa Cola t P 12 1t- b 7 l r J t f rr 4 DJRECTORVi KeitBckv Y1c According to the last census Ken tuotttr has a population of M47U74 The Area is 404DO e miles 400 bordertinesarf a trulelow in a North Westerly direction this fact retarded the construction of rail reads and ti development ot owtfn sources for many yerrs The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more ravel territorIes North of tha Ohiq riper fwd South of the Cumberland MountaiMi In those days here was only a limited iemand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has increased rail roads have been built aid others ire contemplated that will develop our resources It woul 1 seem that a kind providence has held in reserve cur almost inexhaustible Utilttiea until a byheimited but there is enough Co Jatfc for maayy ors to come have a coal area of ove fifteen thousand square miles en ugh to asp the world Othor minerals await ievelopment Natural gas and oil in pay ngt quan tities are being developed n many localr ities opleinproportion to population od oleregardless of politics or are ilwavs welcome religionS Clark Oddity Land acres 158176fLand assessment 5452120 b propertyincluding purposesSOctsThe foot hills of the mountains are coaritlnoftwentyfive umbertDIUSThree railroads go entirely acrom the county Chesapeake Ohio Louis villa Nashville and Lexington 4 Easters y Blue Grass is a natural product Us cultivated land will set itself aii Blue rass Crops of timothy and clorer pan be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain crops Tobaccq is raised in large quantities All fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profit V The census of 1900 gave the popula tion at 16 694 y t CIRCUIT COURT st rr1st Monday in April 2nd Monday in September 1st Monday in December rM Benton Judge BA Crutcher Attorney COUNTY COURTm i 4th Monday in each month g QUARTERLY COURT J 3rdTuesday in each month COUNTY OFFICEBS tIJ H Evans Judge S A Jeffries Attorney 1 Coward Hampton Sheriff J At Boone County Clerk W T Fox Circuit Clerk i Roger Qulsenberry Assessor WR Sphar Treasurer i AIJUSTICES OF THE PEACE 1st istJ C Richards t 2nd Dist J Scott Reriick 7 3rd Dist Eli Dooley 4th Dist J E Ramsey 5th Dist Robert True 6th Dist F F Goodpaster A v w 7th Dist Ben E fr Winchester 4S County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population eoverlapedi population that should be included the limits of eight thousand It is 10Ifcated on the dividing ridge betwfean the Kentucky and Licking rivers hu dJightsnnmerolliChurchesThe Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at Winchester The fire da theStatepropeZincludingthree million dollars The tax rate ok the hundred dollars is sixty cents for city and forty cents for schools The C0 LNandL A Kf railroads center at Winchester the shippingfacilitiesmakelhe cation for factories New concent ironsrtake pleasure in giving Information CITY OFFICEBS Jf J A Hughes Mayor I S B Clerk t F H Haggard Attorney Fr Pt Peqdleton Judge Biland D Ramsey Collector N H Witherspoon Treawmreiv J D Sousley Assessor v POLIOK iMal Tespy Obief t Albert Tanner John Ballard DePutieis Carol Azbill f + t f J V JBOARD OP COUWOIL I1st 9a1dP Reese Hack J ells r 2nd Ward j 1 4TJ in Brd Ward 1D Pigg Q Boone 4th Ward l J D Jones 5thWr18iijDIneili ulluae FIRE DFPART3Z1iT t A E Baldwin Ohiaf Jno W Harding SecreUryi g isard ef Etlrcatliti t 4 aW Strother Preddemt Ji v OH BMiB aecret jHW Serivexer TreaaerHarry Ecton J B W A Adam JK oraMtrt 5 tJames IDa I ZenaBrts N K Totec fJtI r l tiii iiwTr f rr TT T t H 0 d- t trI t 1 P Ji f i j r t I t1 tt +r r J fA THE WINCHESTER MEWS s JPaet fhri V tl ri TWO THE KIND J1 I lOLIVER CHILLED PLOWS THE original and only genuine Chilled Plow made oro gh Center draft lightest runner and easiest to op erate Will do better work under similar circumstances than any other plow made F i Guaranteed GRUBBS N Main and Broadway Too Much Goods Too Little Money In order to equalize them r we will for a while put our stock down ate prices Unheard Of for CASH Our stockcon of everything in GrOCe- ries and Hardware and must Be sold out quick so we haves prices that will do the J 1 YOUWantJ Parrish L Bradley Perry Building Both Phones I The remarks recently that the Brit- Ish boxers of the featherweight and lightweight classes were far superior to all other classes in England has been verified of late Owen Moran proved that he was the equal of Abe andFrrecently administered a severe trouncing to Attell has proved himself to be a good one He has a draw with Packy McFarland to his credit Now 3e i Drlscoll has made good as a although he can hardly get down to the legitimate limit which Is 122 pounds However Driscoll took on Matty poundsJaix round bout and Baldwin is not very slow Drlscoll was a revelation it In ring generalship and showed that it will take a champion to beat him at Ills weight Driscoll recently added another one to his already long list when he easily disposed of Charley Griffin the Australian by the knock out route Spike Robson is anoth r good lad from the other side at 126 pounds and Johnny Summers is above the average at 133 pounds Dris coil and Abe Attell should make a great fight if they meet and the Brit manbtNOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice Is hereby given that the WinI1Mart Coal Supply Comp ny has closed its business and is winding up its affairs All persons having debts and demands against said corporation will present the litonceWINNMARTINCOAL t SUPPLY COMPANY By JE Martin General Manager All persons indebted to the Winn Martin Coal Supply Company will please call and settle with J R Mar tin The business of the corporation musfrbe closed at onceJ MARTIN FOR SALE Will sell at public auc tion February 22nd Court Day at 02 pm at Court House five jjlbcks two shares each of Peoples State Bank stock t J N RANKIN JVR Bush Auctioneer V 0 1 i t About Mrs Taft A very justifiable interest centers around Mrs Taft thtf coming first lady of the land and it is gratifying to read from time to time such appre ciative and complimentary comments concerning her Those who know her are hearty In their praises of her chqr acter and Ability Jf personal testi mony were lacking her pictures would denote without question a woman of strong character but a genial and kindly temper She is said to be unusually well read to speak French well to be fond of music and to be an excellent host ess In this connection a comment by Hallie Erminie Rives is especially Int rWillianimust have started life even She has the same straightforwardness the same honesty the contempt of tinsel and sham and pretense Her worst enemy if she could have one would call her genuine She has no affec tations no surface veneer no isms She has always remained the sweet heart of her husband the playmate and confidant of her children In the best sense she is a woman of the world She knows the big business of statecraft and the smaller dicta of so defy By reading and study gllshe has kept apace with her husband till possibly there is no woman in Ameri can life who is better qualified to dis cuss the real questions of the day Surely such a tribute as this is worthy of emulation by every American woman When to Add Salt According to a teacher of domestic science salt dissolves and draws out the nitrogenous flesh forming substances from vegetables and meats Therefore if it is added too early In boiling it draws out the most valuable parts of the vegetables It also tough ens fibers and for these reasons should be added a few minutesbefore serving Charm of the Atomizer My aunthas the prettiest catsa1d the girl who had just come in but It was delicate She used my cousin Philips atomizer tmits throat The cat had asthma FinallyJ she gave It away The grocer took It miles in the country but it came back in a week and sat on the windowsill waiting to be let in Philip said ft came back because it missed his atomiser L j r l f fST CATHERINE PARrY v A Jolly Evening With the Patron Saint of Old Maids oldIasItal old maid can have a day on the for1thisesI her love affairs Seriously and she goes to church bright and early on the 25th of November armed with a bouquet which she lays upon the altar offering at the same time a prayer to St Ca th erine to send her a husband and soon please dear St Catherine The American girl cuts out the religlpus ceremony on this auspicious occasion and though her heart be aching she makes merry with a party and if she prays it is not like the Pharisee on the street corner but in secret beside her couch bedrA jolly old maida namesake by the way of the martyred St Catherine of AlexandrIaIs sending out invitations for a rally as she flippantly calls her St Catherines party These Invitations are in the guise of postcards with little Sally Water of nursery fame weeping and wailing for a young man as the decorative feature and they readA CATHERINES RALLY Come and help me elect a husband campalgnclosesNoyember The guests will not be bidden apparently to the house of mirth for In the reception room all is uncertainty and gloom Funeral looking gray moss caught up with pierced silver hearts drapes the room and the only light is that from numberless candles held in sconces and candlesticks hung with black Suspended from the cen tral chandelier is a ballot box the bot tom of which is covered with thin pa per Through a central opening depend streamers of red ribbon The box is black and lettered In redmat rimonial ballot After greeting their hostess each guest will be asked to vote which means to pull an end of the ribbon hanging from the ballot box On the box end is attached apiece of paper with a number on it About the room are mens coats of various sizes with corresponding num bers on them The girls match their numbers to the coats and the man whose numeral corresponds to that of a girls must try to fill the garment and become the fiance of the owner for the evening Lots of fun ensues during this casting and recasting of votesA to be played later on is accomplished by having prepared be forehand as many peanut shells as withIshelf are tied together with narrow ribbon The object of the game is to find the person who has the letters completing the word The letters of the words are divided evenly between the men and the girlsthat is a man has one part of the word and a girl the other half After talking with his partner for ten minutes the girls go out of theroom and the men are hand ed cards on which are the following questions What is jhe color of her eyes The shade of her hair How Is her hair arranged The style of her frock What color is IU The man who answers the greatest number of questions satisfactorily is presented with a prize Catheibpity on the old maids and having provided etch with a prospective husband all The supper room is brightly lighted in marked contrast with the gloom that has previously prevailed As this company is to be a small one a large round table s ts oj t 7 9 r lhf k I StUDEBAKER WAGONS I tr I i FOR more than fifty years the bakerwag has been das the best wagon made There is nothing I better than the best See IIS for prices before buying Sold and by BENT COP t sists work featherweight l28tdeod Stud MODISH NOTIONS A Clever Dressmakers SchemeNew Corsets of Silk Webbing The latest fashion among dressmakers is to make two skirts for one ofthecasions and afternoon wear and the short skirt is for the street and tlintIisare li V KBW TAHiOBBD SHIBT WAIS1V4355 A pattern of this tailored waist may be had in seven slzesrfrom 32 to 44 inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this of lice giving number 4355 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mail more comfortable than any other kind and give the proper figure Many of them do not lace at all as they have a solid back and hook down the front The webbing is elastic and exceeding ly soft yet it keeps the figure Into the right lines One of the popular devices for trim ming large hats now is to use four extra short plumes The stems 6f these are well cutotrand the feath ers are mounted in the center of the crown They fall to the brim in an immense cascade quite covering the crown There is no other trimming on the hat The shirt waist pictured Is a new model with an applied shoUlder yoke This shoulder yoke gives a pleasing tailored appearance and accentuates the length of the shoulder seam which is a strong point in its favor JUDIG CHOLLET ble is hung a small sized childs jumping hoop bound with gold cplored thgweddinstion are converging strings of white satin ribbon that meet in thu center and are tied to the bottom of the gas fixture Graduated ends of this half Inch ribbon are hung at intervals downward from the hoop and on the ends of each ribbon is a Cupid the shorter loops holding a small god of love and the longer ones a larger figure In the center of the table and under the chandelier decorations a huge white frosted cake ornamented with an upstanding figure of St Cath wine The ices are In the form of a Saint with a halo about her head and all the decorations are carried out in theSame good fashion Better thna Coca Colamorere = fr vJt r freshing EoxaCpla tKldrrll s i d h 2 i I GET BUSY I Buggies Harness HorseBlankets and Robes GoingJThe Best Prices ever i Offered in Winchester Everything carried in a firstclass harness and carriage store cut to t the quick v rWe mustvacate ourreseit cjttaiters immediately and must reduce our sNI Buggies n 150 Kaufman Buggies rubber tired atf26135 Westcptt Buggies rubber tired at ltD 125 Westcott Buggies rubber tired at 100 Buggies rubber tired at IOIj 135 Cut Under Driving Ala onsatb65 Buggies steel tired at r i 5 Harness Saddles and Strap Goods 1650 Harness at 12 50 1800 Harness at 14 00 1500 Saddlesat 11 00 1250 Saddles at 9 00i Robestf 10 00 Robes at y7 00 8 00 Robes at 550 600 Robes at 4 00t 3 50 Robes at 2 50 rfaye many articles too num spool to mention tHat go in this sale rv t 1V1ATT BEANFAIRFAX STREET te Ideal For a Town to Work For The suburban town of RIdgewood N J has had made for it a very care ful study of its improvement possibly ties The report Is a long one for it covers every phase of the subject and presents to the town an Ideal to work tor an ideal that Is practicable and that would certainly make it the sub urb beautiful and incidentally prosperous But the plea Is put on higher ground than the commercial The report was financed by public subscrip tion through the board of tads and thus is interesting as response to a popular demand Friends Seized Opportunity How did it happen that your friends got the best of you 1 queried the inquisitive person i They got busy while I was watching ene mieL explained the Dan who had got the short end of it x Diplomatic Conclusion CoagiI1eringtheannopanccof lift a patient msluror is entitled tbi s deal of credit Atehiio QlobV r r1 I BlanKets i i 6 00 Blankets at 4 Q 5 00 Blankets 3 50 Blankets at2fB i 2 50 Blankets at 1 50 Blankets at IDB1 l THere other f 9 f a my t ThumI as a Sign of Capacity t Lady Ritchie daughter of Thackf eiray has many interesting stories to tell in her book of reminiscences about 5 the great men who came to her fa f ftthers house Turgenieff once said to her Look at my thumbs and see 1 how small they are How could a man with such small thumbs be cap ble of anything People with little M thumbs nev do what they intend to tf dp they always let themselves be pre vented + Where the Clove Tree Thrives There is no place In the world where the clove tree thrives as well As In the Islands of Zanzibar and Pemba It isy v the principal product of the liland ax and together with copra and the Ivdrx brought from the mainland lOTJ y form the principal item of export The Reil Problem A New Yorker has built ghpltal J to find out why hens do not Jay wfcwt egggcocents a dOHllHew111 have to buildan insane asyimot if tewants to find gout why they cross tW roadxr s F4 c yt r nA i Krf r a y- THEPageF ur 4 n WINCHESTER NEW 1J1E WIMCMESTER II W if1AO Independent Newspaper Y Published by viThe Winchester News Co a Incorporated i fj Office South Main Street if Winchester Kentucky Yt r Daily Except Suncay 14 Entered as secondclass matter member 28 1908 at the post office jlit jyinehester Kentucky under the of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RAT- ESkCarrier Delivery wily ono year 520 JWMweek 10 Payable at office or to collector 3errj week ip Mail Delivery rjlaey ar 300 x months 150 VflBt month 25 Payable in advance ll ADVERTISING RATES Disolay Per Inch e time any edition 25 ISQiree times within one week 50 i0M Veek continuously 100 fliiM calendar month 300 fbor weeks four times a week 240 IPfenr weeks three times a weeks 180 L 3IWr weeks two times a week 120 teWm weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 p- eamt 6 months 25 per cent one rjfar 33 13 per cent Heading Notices Per Line ll mess notices body type 71h c ware reading news headings iloii Hew Phone lai1 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1909 THE VALUE OF NOT ABLE ANNIVERSARIES s1riocharged with a spirit of reverence Oar idols are too often those that pass with the hour and objects of onr devotion on yesterday are buried with the setting of its sun The past 5s not to be u fetish with which hero worsihppers or to conjure but it should be to every thoughtful man tiffs inspiration and the guide for ibuUding a better future The story of human achievement Will ever furnish enqhanting interest for those who love the noble and the heroic Regretable indeed that these great epics incarnated in the noble mien and women who have immortal zed the past should inspire no other Demotion oftentimes tha nthe narrow spirit of partisanship that would at- 3enpt to bound the glory of true he- Xosin by parrallels and meridans The nobly great Belong to jio sectipn andto no nation Their deeds and their memory are the common prop iertyof humanity Tell me that the spirit of Washington r hovers only around the once Hoodstained fields of Princeton Yorktown and Valley Forge Wherever the heart of man has throbbed with the desire of enjoying the in- V alienable rights of freedom the achievements of that life enshrined 3n the hearts of his own countrymen have been a power for constitutional And individual liberty Whether it be in the Reichtag or the Douma whether on the palmdecked hills and valleys of Cuba whether in the grad ElI lessening of monarchical tyranny and the granting of liberalconces Sons to Parliament in the British JSmpire whether it be Saxon Latin Mohammedan or Mongolian wher ever the arena on which human lib erty is the prize there the noble spir at bf tr thoughtanseen mds as the chief gladiator glorylbeen sung Wherever men have worshipped at the shrine of duty and cojprscience = tit bas been stirred bythe sublime spectacle of an exalted manhood turning A sorrowful defeat into an imper- ishablejf victory there the majestic I spirit of RobL E Lee will figure in OverJno people can selfishly claim a mo toply of the honor of his exalted afcaracterand undying deeds When f iu l2th of February shallrecur it ytti sit be fittingly commemorated siffcply by proclamations eloquent panegyrics and the laying of corner tries Jr the American ople but terested port of the ifimimerable 4 host that celebrate the centennial of a main whose rt vision was too broad whose heart too big and whose hu fnanitytoo nteuset6t be confined in the annals of any country or whose glory could be presented by any people Thus let us teach ourchildren that these great anniversaries at a recognition of the worlds gratefulre membrance of men who bulit their monuments not in marble and bronze but wrote their imperishable epitaphs upon the heart and memory of humanity Let these be seasons when a broadvision of opp unity and duty ball iq held before the youth of America and let such occasions be free from this canker of partisan hatred tincL suspicion Let the real hoedof our Bunion be cemented more strongly by the vividrefollection of our common heritagein the noble souls regardless of party and section that have so gloriously wrought to makeR this the best day in the worlds his tory ToTake Off a Tight Ring When a ring has become too tight for the finger as it often happens among growing children Instead of using the old method of filing take a piece of common twine insert one end under ring towards the hand the other end wind closely around the fin ger until over the joint Now proceed to wind with the end back of the ring and if done correctly the tightest ring will come off easily HappInesspHappiness lies in the consciousness we have of it and by no means in the way the future keeps its promises George Sand BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETS ON SATURDAY fThe regular monthly ireating of the County Board of Education will be held Saturday morning at 10 oclorjlin CouHtySuperintendent Tanners offce mPortantsOmatters will be up for discussion and a full attendanceisdesired N E A TO BE HELD AT SEATTLE WASH The Executive Committee of the National Editorial Associaciion is in session at Kansas CityMo decided that Seattle Wash shall be the next place of meeting for the Asso elation ANNOIJNCMNTFor We are authorized to announce JA HUGHES as a candidate- the for Mayor subject 10 action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce H T STROTHER- as a candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject to the action of the I Democratic party It tWeareauthorized W 0 HOSK1NS t as a candidate or MayorTsubject to the action Qt the Democratic party + For CitYJudge We ra authorized to announce JUDGE F P PENDLETOH as a candidate for City Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic party 0l Chief of Police + We are authorized to announce WQODSON MCORDj as a candidate for Chief of Police subject do the action of the Demo cratic party City Collector I r We fire authorized to announce LARRY W SCRIVENER as a candidate for City Collector of Winchester subject to the action of the Democratic party MOVED HIS SHOP j 4 Tom Cowan the popular barber who was burned out in the Curl ViewEotei fire wout like to have his customers and oM friends calf on him in his new shop in tbiim on and Hathaway bJilldinrJ + 4 The bigfire sale at The Star begins Sa rdy 25t- i lEWIS DEMANDS Rt3ALLOP LIE Miners Unable to Gut Out Bickerisgs FORMER ACTION REVERSED Delegates After Indorsing Action of President In Suspending Officers of Indiana District For Refusal to Obey Order Pass Resolution Con demning Executive Board In Same Case Indianapolis Convention May Run Over Into Next Week Indianapolis Ind Feb 5All efforts 6f the conservative element in the convention of the United Mine Workers of America to forward the business of the assembly by exclud ing from its proceedings controversy of personal nature between factional leaders seem futile Early in the ses sion a resolution was adopted that all speakers on resolutions or motions must confine themselves strictly to the subject in hand but nevertheless the day was one of turmoil and bickering President Lewis charged Delegate Peter Quinn of llinois with having practically called hima liar The particular matter under discussion was the administration of the strike in Alabama Lewis declared that Quinn should have to modify his statement or he would nave him put out oll the convention hall He said he had stood for the insults of this man long enough The stenographic record of the debate was read but the incident din not develop further resolutionecutive board had exceeded its au thority in suspending the officers of the Indiana district for having dis obeyed an order that the miners should return to work in the Hudson mine pending the adjustment of the strike there This was essentially a reverspl of the conventions action of a few days ago in approving the course of President Lewis and the executive board in their general ac tion in this matterand indicates that the delegates wilt pass some measure giving a new interpretation to the sections of the organizations constitution defining the authority of the national government in its relation to the district goyernment The sentiment of the delegate body swings from one side to the other as the convention lengthens into its evidentthatIlower of the national administration The committee on theconstitution has yet to make its report It has many pro posed amendments in handJ Canners Deny Using Chemicals Louisville Ky Feb 5Denial that chemicals are used in the goods put upB by any member of the National Canners association was entered by that body at their convention in this city in a series of strong resolutions It was declared that newspapers have misled the public into the belief that canned goods are poisonous and the convention created a publicity bureau to correct this alleged misunderstand- Ing lEADERS DISAGREE ON TARIFF RATES Q Schedule In New Bill Has Been Completed Washington Feb 5There is no schedule or article in the new tariff bill now being framed Tby the house committee on ways and means upon which the rate of duty has been fin ally fixed Despite numerous specula tions as to the decisions of the sub committee that has the work in hand nothing authentic as to its delibera tions is obtainable There have been several heated dis cussions within the committee room and Chairman Payne and Representa tive Dalzell who have had previous experience with tariff bills and who have been supposedto represent tile same views are known to Disagree on several schedules Up to date how ever the members have settled all disputes by compromise and a tariff hill that will be eler llYsat1sr tory Js confidently promise CASt LOOKS HOPELESS Senator Stephenson Now Lacks Four Votes of JRe electlbn f Madison Wis Feb 5it the pres ent feeling of the members of the Wisconsin legislature with regard to the election ota United States sena tor continues it looks as though the chances of electing a successor i q United States Senator Isaac Stephen son in the near future are very sUm WhH the senator continues to poll witfcin a few votes of a majority he hen fallen l ehingl three votes from the snowing of the first and second joint tsandcnow l fourYOtM Of reelection 7 iSiS RUN MARATHON TONIGHT Shrubb and Longboat to Meet InI Madison Square Garden New York Feb 5 Tonight in Madison Square Garden two of the great est runners on earth will try to dis cover the briefest possible time in which 26 miles and 3S5 yards can be run around a circular indoor track ten laps to the mile The contestants are Alfred Shru b the phenomenal English distance run ner and holder of several worlds rec ords and Tom Longboat the Cana dian Indian conqueror of Dorando who has won a reputation for speed and endurance Shrubb for ten miles at least is probably e fastest man in the world I V =1w J 1 ALFRED SHRUBB He possesses remarkable endurance and phenomenal sprinting ability If the Indian can not keep pace with Shrubb in the first twelve miles and the latter is able to gain a lap it is generally believed that Lougboat will suffer a defeat- Longboats two victories over Do rando have caused him to be regard ed as a high class long distance man but the experts say that both Doran do and Hayes have been overratedI BRYAN SAYS CHANGE IS COMING Predicts Masses Will Yet Un seat Aristocratic Party Tampa Fla Feb 5 Speaking to an immense throng of people from the grand stand at the race track William J Bryan said he brought ta the Democrats of the smith a message of good cheer that there is a steadily increasing sentiment that makes for the growth of the Democratic party in those states Commenting upon worldwide spread of Democracy as one of the signs pf the times when the masseawould demand their rights of the aristocratic class which is now using every end to hold its own against such a growth I He commented upon ttie usurpation of power by the aristocratic party The present administration the head of which he referred to as delegating to himself all the authority of a czar in the manipulation of his high office was severely arraigned But a change is surely If slowly- coming he declared and ad ed that prospects were brighter than ever for Democratic victory in 1912r Thieves Steal Secret Ritual Chatham Ont Feb 5The Odd Fellows temple was robbed oi costly jewels and c ornaments What has caused the most consternation how ever was the discovery that copies of the secret work of the order were takenby the thieves NAVE fAIT IN SKfLLi Hundreds of Oklahoma Citizens Sign Governors Bond Muskogee Okla Feb 5No meth fraudindictmentuntil after the arrival of Governor C N Haskell here today A despatch from A Z English who is very ill at Los Angeles Cal and slowly recover operationstatesed it will be impossible for him to come to Muskogee before April 5 A number of leading citizens of Musko gee have his bond and it will be sent to him for his signature Governor Has1ell will be represented by an array of attorneys when placed 9H trial whlchprpbably will not take place before May or June next Blank sheets of paper have been attached to Haskells bond and hun dreds of citizens have signed them Illinois Deadlock Continues Springfield DIFebSrrhe twen tyseventh senatorial baJlqt taken la joint session produced na material change in the deadlock Incidentally M ended the for this week without tkdaccomplishment of anything looking to a final soluUonof tka jtruggle V i t Y- NOW SAVf MONfY ON RainCoalsi i l x I 1 Cleaning With Benzine One of the most discouraging things about cleaning a spot with benzine is the ring that is left behind The spot comes out but all around It is a dark ring which is usually made by the difference between the cleaned spot and the material as it is Instead of being discouraged the next time this happens moisten the place Again aiid apply a layer of gypsum Put it beyond the edge of the ring and let it dryon the material Cleaning Felt Hats If one wants to retrim last winters felt hat it will be best to first clean it Put ammonia in a little waTer and sponge the hat off with this If gre y wash off the surface with fullers earth Somehow after an experience with an overripe egg one is not filled with delight at the item on the menu styled Eggs en surprise Why Not Why may not a goose say thus Ay tile parts of the universe I have an interest in The earth serves me to wall upon the sunto light me the stars have their influence upon me I have an advantage by the winds and such by the waters there is nothing that yon heavenly roof looks upon se favorably as me I am the darling of Nature Is it not man that keeps adfO serves meMontaignes The iiiyrians The Illyrian province formed a shortlived government being infill tuted by Napoleon in 1809 from vari ous territories taken from Austria tine The Bumping i lace Many a maa nasygenf because fie war unable to see the tltioi bet ateehioakery J Tf 1500 1250 1000 I CoatsThese Coats are extraordi nary values neat and fancy 88fail 1850 1600 1500 Suits and OvercoatsT- he very best of highclass tailoring in ronletfsj SpecialESale Sweet Orr Corduroys argesesmostly 2 48and 350 Goo- dsRupardStewart Co TheII fttfeijwalll eDf8ltrpri products COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days Coun ytCourts are held each month m coUn- ties tributary to Winchester J 3rdimdndayBourbon MondaySBreathitt CLARK WINCHESTER 1th Mon 4 day Estill Irvine 3rd Monday 1 Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday MonI yGarratdGrant Williamstbwn 2nd Won day Harrison Cynthiana 4th JVEotfdjay fndayLee Beattyville 4th Monday MondayMadison Mason Maysville 2nd Monday MonayMontgomery Monday 1 Nicholas l GarHsley 2rld Mondn aPay Powell Stanton st Mond Sco Qsof ton 3r4Jtfiday Srlllle2ndr36iiday JWQop rf esaiUei t1 OIc1ayp WASHINGTON ONCE GAVEUP jjrh errbedfordeeporestothen Bucklens Arnica Salve con Wshingtoneczema boils burps and poisupreme 2a Phillips nrc oiptJy TTs TTIa TT v jj 1 THE WINCHETElI JEWSf JII 1i x fC FOR i Y ONEMONTHl c you can get anything that you want at3aP BIG DISCOUNT at this 9 0 store ri We Will Give You the Green Trading Stamps Too r i C H BOWEN Jeweler and Optician r pP k s1pcIErIcIThe Literary and mill meet with Miss SodalClubI on Saturday r Miss Louise Haggard will have the Little Colonel Readers meet with her on Saturday afternoon I The ladies flhe Baptist church yidsay V atT S Bushs store dR a Mrs F B Wentworth willbe hos Mess for the Fortnightly Literary IClub on Monday afternoon The Daughters of the American Revolution will have a Skating par ty at the Auditorium on Friday eve ning February 12 a i4 Theatre Party Mr Walter Rounsavall entertained with a most delightful theatre party to see The Witching Hour last evening His guests were Miss Cal lloway Squires of Lexington Mr Levis Hampton and Miss Margaret Sphar Mr Jeff Stewart and Miss Clay Croxton Mr Austin Reeves and Miss Margaret Mclvinley Immed lately after the play the party went to the BrbwnProctoria Hotel where f most delightful and refreshing luncheon was served Mrs Ben D Goff chaperoning a Kv Course Dinner Miss CallowaY Squires entertained last evening with a beautiful course dinner at the home of hei grand parents Dr and Mrs George 0 Graves on South Main The colors tfor the evening were pink and white and the attractive home was beautifully decorated with carnations and numerous plants The table was adornedwith a cut glass vase filled 7with Lawson Carnations Silver can dle sticks holding white candles shaded in pink and silver dishes of p comleted course dinner was served and the x hours were charming ones for tIe guests Those present were Mr Wal ton Rounsavall Mr Lewis Hampton Miss Margaret Sphar Mr Jeff Stewart Miss OUy Croxton Mr Austin Reeves and Miss Margaret McKinley PERSONALS j Miss Allan Gruteher will enter llJtain the Euchre Club in honor of Mrs John H T ORear on Tuesday af 4 ternoon at her homeon Boone av eriue churchfwill have an exchange on Saturday at Mr Shields Bushs store Mrs Mollie Eades ref Log Lick t this county left Wednesday for Nor- malt Ill where she expects to make her home with her four sons who reside there ClayCityThe Witching Hour at the opera house last evening Miss Nan Ecton is spending a few II days with Mr Lee S Baldwin and family IMiss Sara Beverly Jouett has re from a visit to Lexington Mrs Thomas Johnson and Mrs Patsy Riley of Mt Sterling were the guests of Mrs David Thomson for a few hours Thursday while on their way to Florida Mr William Lindsay returned Thursday to his home in Owenton after a visit to his brother Mr Joe Lindsay v Mrs Stokes Farm lleVa is the guest of her daughter Mrs Wil liam Cumming Mr Howard Hampton was 1 Frankfort Thursday on business Miss Elizabeth mbryof Rich mond spent Thursday with Miss Sara Beverly Jouett en route from Lexington Miss Ruth Beall has returned from a visit to Louisville Captain George Strother is in Coy ington for a few days Mrs A J Read of Louisville it JJie guest of Messrs Tome and John fliers Among those from Mt Sterlina who attended The Witching HourS last evening were Mr Ewing Wells HarveyIOwings Mr Frank Feriy Miss Su sette Johnson Mr Walker Reid Mr George Snyder Jlr and Mrs Roger Barnes Mr Robert Barnes Mr Haz elrigg Mr Frank Dunrson Mr Tabb Bassett Mrs Fred Bassett Mr and Mrs William Carrington Mr Jack Burlridge and Miss Periina Judy Mr Harry Lockridge Mrs Ben Drake Mr James Samuels Mr Harry Rin go Mr Chester Bean left this week for Oklahoma and Texas prospect ing Misses Bird and Pearl Rutledge are visiting their sister Mrs TL Martin at Bowling Green andwill visit friends in Louisville before their return Miss Date Keyes left this week goodsI to his home in Louisville Mrs Jack McCord and children nre visiting 3Mra Alien Previtt of ML Sterling Mrs RE Punch of Mt Step ling Ls tte guest of friends here A Supper Salad A toothsome salad may be arranged of fruit and lettuce for a little supper aster the theater or for any informal evening occasion Cups are made out of the heart of lettuce and in each is put sliced pears apples bananas and walnuts covered with mayonqaise or French dressing It can be prepared beforehand and put Into the refrigerator to chill Jt should be served cold on dainty little plates With it have sandwiches made of thin slices of graham bread coy ered with French dressing and boiled red Spanish peppers with celery chop ped up and put under the peppers Cocoanut Drops Take one pound of grated cocoanut half a pound of pulverized sugar arid the whItes of four eggs beaten to a stilt froth Have enough white of egg to wet the sugar and cocoanut Beat together thoroughly drop on buttereu bake tins in drops the size of a coin and A Beautiful Line of Neiugsin all the latest and weaves atternsI size at almost Rugst fne5O tir SEE OUR NEW SPRNGsrOCK We give S H Green Trading Stamps I The Witm FuFiiMiFe Co f t 1 WILL REJECT PROTOCOL Venezuela Thinks Jlule Should Work Both Ways Caracas Venezuela Feb 54t was learned in Caracas that the protocol drawn up by W I Buchanan special commissioner sent here by Washing on to effect a settlement of the disputes between the United States and Venezuela and Gonzales Guinan the Venezuelan foreign minister had been found unsatisfactory to Vene zuela and would not be signed in its present forms The hitch has occurred over the case of the New York and Bermudez Asphalt company The arrangement reached wit regard to the arbitration of the other claims apparently is ac ceptable to Venezuela The protocol provides only for the arbitration of the asphalt companys claim against Venezuela and disregards completely Venezuelas claim against the asphalt company President Gomez and his cabinet declined to accept such com plete disregard of the judgments of the national courts sand unless the state department at Washington agrees to what Venezuela believes would be a fair basis for arbitration It Is not thought here that the negotiations will result successfully JakahiraConfers With Bacon I Washington Feb S Japanese Ambassador Takahira had a long inter view with Secretary Bacon although it was said subsequently that the am bassador had no particular matter to bring to the attention of that department INJURIES PROVE FATAL Editor Woodson of American Press HospitafIi York Feb 5 William L Woodson editor of the American Press died atst Johns hospital Yonkers of blood poisoning which followed the amputation jof his right leg below the knee Several days ago Mr Woodson while attempting too board a moving train at the Glenwood station of t e New York Central railroad Slipped and fell beneath the wheels His right foot was amputated at the station and later at St Johns hospital it was found that amputation below the knee was necessary He also suffered a InjuriesMr d with the American Press Association for many years He was manager of the Atlanta branch from which posi tion he was promoted to the main of flee in this city The American Press of which Mr Woodson was ed itor is issued from the office in this CityMr Woodson Was a native of Xir ginia and the body will be taken to Lynchburg for burial SCENT ATTEMPTED ROBBERY Toledo Police Mystified by Man In the Box on Lake Shore Train Toledo 0 Feb 5Toledo police and railroad authorities are investi gating aClman in the box mystery which they believe was an attempt to rob the express car on a Lake Shore trainIn the car was a long box consign ed from Toledo to Worcester Mass by the American Express company Near Sartdusky the messenger heard a voice coming from the box and on forcing the lid discovered a man who jumped cut and began a struggle The messenger however pulled his revolver and compelled the stranger to throw in Ms hands The train was stowed and the man hustled out of the cir Into the darkness Cleveland snfl Toletio were notified but there 5s no clew GRZSCOM SUBMITS REPORT Italian Relict Fund Has Passed Three Million Dollar Mark Washington Feb 5J Funds raided by the relief organizations for the earth uaka victims in Italy have reached a totalbf 3641DOO chis sum represents the contributions which poured in from all quarters through the three leading organizations This information is based upon B message from Ambassador Griscom to Major General Davis chairma4of the central committee of can Red Cross lie relief fund is divided as follows Italian government committee 2000000 Italian Red Cross 800OW and Ihe American Red Gross 841000 About one thir of the total amount has been distrib ted for the relief of the sufferers mVERS ON RAMPAGE Floods In Germany Threaten to Inundate Many Towns Berlin Feb S Eisenach is partly flooded as then result of continuous rainsaBd the water has entered houses in the lower part of the Some of the railroads in the vielnit of the Harz and Thuringian forests have suspended traffic arid at Frankfort tfieMain Is rising rapidlySome towns In the vicinity of Cologne are threatened with inundation and many establishments and electrical works at Soiingen have shut down The Rhine also is rising arid the cities along this and other rivers are in danger as high water has not been reached Finds Corporation Insolvent New York Feb 0Edwin A Wat son appointed by the supreme court as referee to take testimony as to the application of the Fid IiY Funding company for a voluntary dissolution reportHevent imd ft iemirieiidrttiit tbi dissolved f r u t rHHEAD OFF THE YEARS Epistle to Woman Who W nt to Stay Young People are very much what they think they are For a reason which nobody can explain this is especially true of a woman The Idea comes iutoji girls life without knocking when she is trying for the first time to make herself attractive It stands at the the cradle and late in the afternoon of the womans existence she takes it tin her lap and rocks It as she would a baby The girl who has come to the day when she thinks she ought to have become somebodys wife a summer or so ago ought to put the opening sen dressingtableBecause when a girl looks back and thinks of what might have been she is very apt in her own heart to attribute the lost opportunity to her age If you get the habit of thinking you are growing old you will come to believe it and when you think that people who know you will agree with you glassIsoon come to the conclusion that she had them when she was a baby When you have pinned up your curls and lengthened your skirts dont let it enter your heart that you have opportunityronce said that the reason why ma girls pass through life without yI ing one mans heart beat a quicker because of their coming because they are so terribly old before they are young They look De mure when a man says something fun r and the man goes away with thcl ld idea that a woman has no sense of humor diallPIllgame Dont cultivate the bored look Remember that everybody Is more or less receptive If you look weary the world will catch the disease How many women of your acquaintance who have gone over the forty line ra tain the elastic step whose laughtpi rings as true as when they were in their teens They learned the trick of standing In the sunlight when they were girls and that is one reason they married They took their hair out of the papers before their husbands came J jar W THE PRINCE WILL COME SOME DAY home at night They knew how to smile when he came In from his business The bit of riobbn which caught his eye when he came a wooing In the blessed days was iii Ijta place If you are still In the single file don t let people know when that birth day puts in its appearance There daypresentsafter you have got beyond thirty No matter if you know no more about botany than a crow study colors Some shade will make any old woman look young Only be sure that the shade has something in it that will resemble the sunshine You will know it when you see it The sky t is blue In June and there is glory in tingeddforetells a storm Dark purple precedes thunder Turn your back on all these Time enough to smooth down your tresses when you ask the price of wigs A woman who knew said that young hair was meant to be Sully Here Is another Idea for the girl who thinks she may be groWi1gold Do not make yourself cheap In appear longYthe poets have sung Keep ifc until the time comes for you to bestdw It worthi ly Better tp go hungry thazto get a ThatIAnd here is another idea It may not beodglnal hut It is none the less valuable The day will surely come when a woman will give all she pos forthecertainly come riding Into her heart some day SHIRLEY BREESE V A Popular Educator M sKate Stanriarol of Casper Wyo has been elected county nerintendent of schools Sbe ran on theJndepaBdeaty ioTeJbothcandidat 4 d r 14k Makes You Think of Warm Shoes and Rubbers Dont It 125 mornings haver Per cent diSCOUnt on men s I I10 and 12 inchtot Shoes mens 1IIMcCORD SMITH 6 PHILLIPS REPRESENTATIVE IS a NOW IN THE CITY Secretary Dyer of Webb Motor Hose Wagon Company is in Our City fro J Napier Dyer secretary of the Webb 1IotorHose Wagon Comi pany is in the city to represent the company in the purchase of the wagon for rthe fire department which will be made by the Council Friday night TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 7- FOUNDOn corner of Highland and Hickman street Thursday a black belt with silver buckle Owner can have same bycalliig at this office 11ing253t- WANTEDFifty barrels good sound corn on ear delivered to my farm oa Paris pike Address Hume Clay Route No1 Winches ter 253t THE NEWS by man 3a year TOBACCO COTTON 3eforeJthesand yards of canvass M fs 1l1t at once Tale advantage bfVthe 1r1JCompany a fD T hrtHunter are in Lexington today to attend the millers meeting THE NEWS by mall S3 a year i REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M Eo Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipation Headache 25c at Phillips Drug- Store J Some of these frosty if you t4ink o I buying tHe best Shoes and rubbers3rou will think of us Shoes that will keep t your feet dry and warm t thisv weatherv i OPERA HOUSEt i IjUnder the Greenwood TreeJ In the realm of high class com there is hardly a star more dim guished throughout the South bhAir Florence Davis and the announce went that she is tox be seen here ixi Friday February 5 at the Wint31i ter opera house in Henry Y Tht monds latest comedy success drfa der the Greenwood Tree is fhaftife promise The play is spoken fJr London and New York critics asnt dainty romance full of bright lrunw laid in surroundings of vcrnaledh ness its characters of living braing likeness to everyday life 5Sc story charmingly fanciful and ythoroughly human and antural The equipment of scenery and cos tumes to be seen here in Unde 3K Greenwood Tree is the same Wio turesque and lavish production s Bfe which Maxine Elliott met with sm1 cess in this play at the Lyric The+ atre In London and the Garrick Too atre in New York and the Garnclc management have surrounded Hiss Travis with a notable cast of plaryras Elli tt Dexter the handsome and tat ented young leading man whose po ulaiity is only second to that of Miss Davis herself will have the ap propriate role df the young Justice of the Peace said to beof greater opportioity than any of the other parts he jas been seen in with her past sasons Lire ca twlfi else include Edwin van Sloan M rjf ffi1 burn George E Brown ncro9orB Dudley C arles van Sickler Jamec Coyne George Marion Carrie Flynfi and J H Doyle v The Wolf Sam IS and Lee Sbnberts pp drainsIto be one of the greatest successes of the season It deals with s rugged manhood of that far RTqitfe ern country which resists and defeats the plans of an adventurer among women The cast is made up of the pick of the dramatic profession and Manager Dinelli taken great pleasure is offeringcTb Wolf at tfae Winchester Opem eHotise Moiaday vemny February Reduction Sale iAs an inducement to cash buyers we are going to give 20 percent discount FebruaryEverythingsale Positively no goods charged at this count sal- eLook A See what YOil Save 8O25Watchfor10 Clock for r v f li 8 4J4t Everything in store at same rate ofdiscount f OpticiansUUIIIt t TT I X 1IiTlr t t f jTTT Ji J tII t i t I J THE WINCHESTER HEWS I Ph0 Round= Up xi Romance of Arizona Novelized Fro Edmund 41 f Days Melodrama J J fTJ JOHN MURRAY andj MILLS MILLER Ce1Tlght 1908 by O W Dining t ham Co Ifebbe yoir did Theres moren one 1RYT of klllin a man suggested Allen irk swung around and faced him 5Hs eoservation had struck home He wed how poignantly Dick must lirw1endured the Joss of Echo and the tlit of his betrayal by Jack As ire tad suffered mentally so Dick must Bfcmfferlng In the desert In self Jus Hon he arguitLrI Traltad until I was sure he was iiiIiiL Six months I waited after we 2ta 3 the news After I had told Echo jfercd her and found that I was loved ife return then came this letter God iiiilaL a fight I had with myself when think3fe swn I rode out into the hills and Jtagtit it out all alone like an Indian iIitit I resolved to hurry the we ldlna Sc to herand I have been living- flirt lie every minute every hciir tJREr leaned heavily on the table 3Bs Read sank His voice dropped al atajfcto a whisper JLDen slapped him on the back to aUtLr him up Philosophically he an ii aced Well its got fo be as it Is IfiafU mebbe never hear from him Il You mustnt never tell her I anfl agoin to say nothin about it 0happiness means everything to kk grasped his hand in silent illOwe two men walked slowly out of fir room to the corral CHAPTER XI Echo galloped across the prairie Js in the glorious morning air the sunshine the lowing of the cattle on the hills and songs of the birds in the trees mKme the Sweetwater had banished all impressing thoughts and her mind dvgt on her love for Jack and the gfeRsantness of the lines in which her Mfciad fallen CSctj one small cloud had appeared athe horizon Jack had not shared ate her his confidences In the busi of the ranch He told her he did Itsrant to worry her with such cares 55BEV there were times when he waq ibcTJy abstracted but in her presence Sfeaooroseness vanished quickly Care HSy as he had tried to hide his secret sire tad with a womans intuition Ilbeneath the surface of things and Bfized that something was lacking to rcr iTefe her happiness Az Echo turned toward home a song aycntg to her lips Polly spied her far tiIiJw the trail TSojsv sjies cominshe shouted 3fe de men who were at the bunk tease aWaiting Mrs Paysons ret rJot they passed the corral they called Jack and Allen to join them in the aqgrdom to prepare for the surprise 3rrEeho Tbs party quickly reassembled Good land shouted Allen get MiMMfhTn to cover the pianny with 5Efe i nchers rushed in confusion afevst the room in a vain search fAidt there a plagued thing we car rtat pianny with cried the d alf2cd Allen renewing his appeal rally came to the rescue of the help lIIiiurren by plucking a Navajo blanket IDr tIle couch Tossing one end of It ii how Low she motioned to him te ife p hold it up before the instrument MeL curtain Land in front of it everybody a hertJMteen Polly spread your skirts Jtoo Jim Den ran In front of the piano hold r out an imaginary dress in imlta t B fjf Polly Which I aint got a B7 he cried- Parenthesis jumped in front of the ifiiin stool trying vainly to hide it t TfM his legs- Parenthesis put your legs togeth p Mrs Allen cried I cant maam walled the unfor tiaet puncher He fell on his knees ferforc the stool spreading outl his wafirtcoat for a screen Mrs Allen iced him out with her skirts Steady everybody shouted Jack Here she Is yelled Sagebrush as- aedoor opened and the astonished Kho faced those she loved and liked IScbo made a pretty picture framed 3 tie doorway She wore her ridfn JiIiIit of olive green from the hem vrltkuneepedher soft boots Her hat VMMI picturesque typical of the Mrtbwest had slipped backward Jfcnmng a background for her prett ce An amused smile played about tie corners of her mouth fell what is it she smiled In + r glY Ife group looked at her sheepishly xene ventured to answer her ques- mow WnaPs the matter she resumed TCitf re herded up like a bunch of- rifcS norther Jfcgcbrbsli began gravely to explain tot oply as far as This here bein ar Ifcthday when Echo Interrupted wuQl Then its a birthday party t cstopped Sagebrush could no1 started again He cleared Ills 11ra rt with more emphasis than po JRines Striking the attitude of tractor n i anrd i t r i j Ni 4 l the other on his lip he hemmed and ersptr21tIontrlckAgain he nerved himself for the ordeal IfIebbeu he gasped iV Then he opened and closed his mouth frogljlke several times taking long gulps g breaths At last looking helplessly about him he shouted Oh shucks you tell her Jack He pushed him toward Echo Jack rested his hand on the table and began Weve boyshaveeagerlynYouve In Sagebrush snoIEcho Low at the Idea of presenting Echo with anything on wheels Echo then guessed Sewing ma chine Sagebrush encouraged her Thats Bomethin like it Go on go on l1 then its a IW grew morel excited He and lowered himself on his toes backing toward the piano Go it youre gettin there he shouted celts a- Again she hesitated to be helped on by Sagebrush with the assurance Shell do It Fire away Its al AeGo on- Sagebrush In his enthusiasm backed too far into the blanket screen Hip spurs became entangled To save him self fr6m a fall he threw out his hand behind him They struck the polished cover of the Instrument slid off and Sagebrush sat down on the keys with an unmistakable crash A piano cried Echo exultantly Who done that demanded Show Low angrily Parenthesis from his place On the floor looked at the mischief maker in disgust Sagebrush he shouted Glvln the hull thing away snarled FresnoIShow Low could contain himself no longer Going up to Sagebrush ho shook his fist Jn his face saying Youre the limit You ought to be herdin sheep The victim of the accident humbly replied I couldnt help itMrs Allen smoothqd out the differ ences by declaring Whats the difference She wouldnt have guessed not in a million years Stand away an let her see it Fresno swept them all aside with the blanket Oh isnt it beautiful beautiful cried Echo Who what where she stammered glancing from one to the other her eyes finally resting on Jack Not guilty he cried Youll have to thank the boys for this With happy tears welling in her eyes Echo said I do thank them I do I do I cant tell how delighted I ant I cant say how much this means to me Oh I thank you I say It once but I feel it a thousand times She seized each of the boys by the hand and shook it heartily Would you like to have another se lection 1 asked Fresno relieving the tension of the situation No shouted the punchers unanimously Fresno looked very much crestfallen since he considered that he had made a deep impression by his effortMrs goin to hit us out a tune announced Sagebrush Echo seated herself at the iano Jack leaned against the instrument gazing fondly into her eyes as she raised her face radiant with happi ness Allen had taken possession of the bestipcking chair Mrs Allen sat at thc table and the boys ranged themselves about the room Their facesreflected gratification They watche4Echo expectantly Echo played the opening bars of The Old Folks at Home Before she sang Fresno holding up his right in dex finger remarked to no one in par ticular I washed that finger The singing deeply affected per lit tle audience Echo had a sweet nut ural voice She threw her whole soul into the old ballad She was so kaput she felt like singing not lively air but songs about home Her new horn had become so dear to her at that mo ment Mrs Allen as usual began to cry Polly soon followed her example There were tears even in the eyes of some of the punchers although they blinked vigorously to keep them back When she repeated the chorus Sagebrush said to Fresno Aint that great 1 To be Continued THE SECRET OF LONG LIF A French scientist has one secret of longlife His method aSPo I Electiic Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth l purifiesb revbuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to went sick and de biliated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 50c at Phillips Drug Company Faithfulness Is in the Few anyifriends has no Angelfood cake trventp= five cents Try one 1esr Bakery Frl Sat1l s v T r tHhSUN AY SGflU Jj Iw U- 1rI Lesson VIFirst Quartet For Feb 71909 v rTHE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Acts iv 32 to vl1 Mfemory Verses 32 33Golden Text PreparedJbyCop riht 1903 by American Press Association The greatest word in the last verses of chapter iv is found i verse 33 With great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus and great gracovras upon thetii all They realized and manifested something of the power of ECis resur rection in their daily lives and enjoyed lrCorlxseen as In Acts xi 23 Grace is three foldthat which saves us that in which we stand and that which will be ours at the revelation of Jesus Christ Roma Ill 24 Eph ii 8 9 Rom v 2 I Pet 113 From first to last redemption is wholly of grace through the merits of Tesus Christ without any cause on our part It is most simply mid fully set forth in the words of II Cor viii 9and other words sug gested by that wondrous statement which when fully pondered in connec tion with Isis present ministry for us at Gods right hand cannot fail to make us a people wholly set apart for Himself But where shall we find to day the fellowship and brotherly love and self renunciation of verses 3235 and chapter ii 44 45 Where do ant become poor for the take of others 1i any sense such as He became poor for us Where is there such affection for the house of God the church of God as David manifested when he prepared for the same with all his might or peopleing I Chron xxix 2 3 Ex xxxvi 57 Instead of one heart and one soul for the good of all believers it is diffi cult tQ find such an attitude even to ward ones so called church or denomination even though such zeal if It could be found would be a corn paratively poor affair I praise God that I do l now not a few who almost literally manifest the Spirit of these first believers but the common attitude of the vast majority has been strikingly set forth as follows And the multitude of them that professed were of hard heart and stony soul and every one said that all the things which he possessed were his own and they had all things in the fashion And with great power they gave wit ness to the attractions of this world and the love of gold and great selfishness was upon them all And there were many among them that lacked love for as many as were possessors of lands bought more and sometimes gave i small part thereof for the public good so their names were heralded in the newspapers and distribution of praise was made to every one accord Ing as he desired Regions Beyond If Christians were Spirit filled this phraseology would not be truet but since it is too sadly true where are the truly spiritual who love not In words and tongues but in deeds that all can see I John III 1018 This Barnabas Is spoken of as a good man full of the Holy Ghost and of faith and he proved himself a true son of consolation to Saul when the disciples at Jerusalem were afraid of him and for a time would not believe that he Was a disciple Acts xi 2224r be 26 27 He felt led to sell his land and put the proceeds In the common fund His sister Mary the mother of Mark Col iv 10 Acts xii 12 who also had property seems to have kept her home and uses it as a place of gathering for the saints and both were doubtless guided fey the Spirit In each case Itwas surely unto the Lord and before the Lord We must not fall on others in these matters but calmly wait on the Lord with the prayer What wilt Thou have me to do In gatherings where under the excitement of the moment many give because oth ers are giving there Is danger of mere energy of the flesh which may prove to be wood hay and stubble to be burned upFor some reason Ananias and Sap phira seem to have been influenced by the selling and giving of the others and to have done likewise us far as the selling went but professing to give nil as the others were doing they agreed needEnot have sold it and after selling It notdhonest about it If they had said to the apostles Having sold our property we gladly give the half or a fourth for the good of others it would have been Accepted and all would have been well out their sin was hypocrisy and lying which the Lord saw fit to deal with as He did in this stage of the history of the church thus showing us what He thinks of such conduct It He does not continue so to deal with all liars It is not because He hates the sin any the less but He manifests His long suffering that they may repent In verses 3 and 4 see a proof that tits questionsearcham I keeping for myself any part of what I have professed to give to Him We read IIi I Cor xi 3031 that be cause of cs rtlln sins in that church many were sick and martf had died which did not necessarily prove that they had porlshed and gone out into tehnent bu they had been removed from the tttrtk s I k tt I YonCannot 1nswcr These Qqestions I lWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows prie ft a time vhen you can stretchout ina full bath tem pared to suit you and can do so everymoming if you wish 2 SVhy pump and carY wat er for your kitchen and laun drywork when you can have it i at hand for the turning of a t3Whyices on drinking germfilled cistern vat er when you can het t from a large reservoir filtered Hhrqugh he best filter plant South of the Ohio Rivef our in 4 a you can it and flowers and can at the get rid of the in the Sr you can andhealtifthe it not the answer isnot of money but indifference the of life J t ATTERSAlL Superintendent Winchester Water WorksINCORPORATED At cpr Mapte and Evenue will tell you all itbe surarised at privileges a- reMan J IVIr t t Get together andstart your feet some good AlLofloTuf be soldat leathers Vicis BoxCalf genuine Calf blooming street inconveniences enterprise CF Co Lexington inexpensive heads 500 These have things 395 a iPair Metals the neatest shapes and fashions This is youropportunity for a good thing 2 i The Shoe Man An Advance for Winchester E have just installed at great expense our engine and other machinery with which CURRENTmotors us estimates ou this and sorts ofelectric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED P HACKETTT GENL MGR P S Wo furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer T I If Bent Building bv means let us the mill work house and you will have a place you will be proud of account of artistic appearance and solidity and per manence the work Look over our stock finished millwork everything you can needatfair prices I Why lave dry dismal looking yard when have filled with green grass same time dust Why suffer other when have house 6Is true that lack lackof economy and and getting mostout Street about Youll noyr these your way we for you Shoes are to are Patents Gun and t5 l new other Let give you all all We w on all do for your of of R P SCOBEE SON X82 COINCORPORATED r JUST STARTED Out Paint Shop withan ex pest painter We use thebest of material and do the best of jvnow t r I1 T Strother Scott L I J loojJ I SKATING This is the season of the year in which skating wilfc be enjoyed by all I 1 THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE I rBLUEGRASS We teach you fieeif 4eitherbetween regular sessions J v vv n AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5cr Skates lOc tS EVENING SESSIONS i Admission 10c Skates 1- 5cAuditorium This the time of the year for Accident land Sickness Let Us Write You an Accident and dick L gItsr Jouetts Ins Gomjjanf Both Phones 71y Of J HAC3AN GAS AND Enqines P= SIMPLE RELIABLE I tECONOMICAL q 1 Sold Under a Positive Guarantor WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES C TON GSUNGINE 5 MFGCg INCORPORATED 1 WINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTON Pros F CHITIS llif THE as Clark County National BtriZ MJUN STREET jtWinhesteiCapital 200000 fUndivfdedProfitre33 worgftniied isw being the oldest B sk Uthe city Collections made on all points ahd orJfcount HoUclted PROFESSION CARDS t J M STEYulSON yblt ttorney At Law i j 5VJi60 S Main 0 1 Winches r1t Y1 PENDLETON BUSH 5 BUSH f Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winches Ky GILBERT BOTTO Ff JFOR Fresh Li Cured Meats J Fish Vegetables Country PreiKW f 10TH PHONSOfEIA ROUSEILICi i i jf GARAGE Bring me your Jautomobilei for repair or storage I havee an uptodate Garage withi nice Waiting Room for Lines y Chas Hagai it WinchestrGOT Broadway and HijhUnd JJi iyI i S It t V t Iftf 44 4h t t I t tl JTHEWINCHESTERNEWS i Nge Seven a i THE WINCHESTER 1 Friday Eve Feb 5th The Irresistible Comedienne FLORENCE DAVIS andher Splendid Company In- eluding ELLIOT DEXTER I r f IN i H V Esmonds Charming Wood L land Comedy f Under tliefireenwoorf Tree f With the Lavish New York and 1 London Production of Picturesque Scenery Costumes and Effects uAs light frolicsome and clever a play as one could wjshVAlaaDale in NewY American tA genuine triumph Miss Davis and her play alike charming New Orleans Item i fare The nnbourdedhit made by Miss Florenc- and her Compaiyat the Tulane is little hOrt ot mliLrvelous New Orleans Picayune I r X Pric S 75c1 and 1501 ja1Iery 50c OPERA HOUSE Monday February 8th aTarn S and Lee Shubert Inc OFFER f GENE WALTERS Greatest Play We are All I Goingtl Se TilE w O L F Six months in New orklsiXsk Four months in AR JA storyoJ flu a Great Hudson Oay Country a1Ji Same Great Cast and Entire Produoti- onPrices I 50c 1 150 BOX SEATS 150 4 NO FREE LIST Seats on Sale at MartinCook Drug Store Friday 1 p BuSh has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE ST0VES YI3EST in the World BUSH otitheCorner RAWLINS RACKET ii1r Headquarters lor everything Ria line Best line in town rEEl I still have a fineI5Qc Corset for 35c adeIneed of anything V T C Rawlins t Home Phone 470 TLttnch StandACbIIi Con Carne frafts Groceries etc t t Hibibb Moses f 3j x SnStS- tFLOtSAM ANt JETSAM Amethyst Hats the Latest Milliner Conceit The Cassock Gown Very charming for women with fresh complexions and fair hair are the new amethyst hats which have just come Into vogue Exceedingly pretty are the halt ornaments mde of tulle or mulines and powdered with rhinestone heads and finished with a daInty aigret to match The cassock gown heavy girdle inonk capes and embroidered stoles I1T4415Awaist may be hat in six sizesfrom 32 to 42 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4415 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mall are priestly garments copied In wo mens styles The stoles are worn over the shoulders around the waist down the front of the skirt from the armholes down the sides of evening gowns and from the back of the empire bodice to the hem of the skirt Waists of colored mousseline or chif fon lined with gold or silver tissue tire the newest accompaniments of coat and skirt suits Many of the lynx and fox muffs are made of the whole animal There is no stuffing of any kind and the effect is entirely flat Ed severe Some of the large fluffy ruffs of chif fon have rosebuds of self material at one side of the front The tucked shirt waist seen In the cut Isa smart design for wash materials It has the nqw bishop sleeves JUDIC CHOLLET SARTORIAL NOTES Stunning New Hand Bags Jeweled Muff Chain Very Smart Lovely hand bags come In softest suede and buckskin tinted pale green yellow ashes of rose soft blue etc The skin is split into narrow strips at one end of the bag forming a fringe The other end Is mounted in a fantas tic gem studded frame These brigs are sewed with beads embroidered with gold thread or set with rough opals coral etc Muff chains are more used this seas son than for some winters past Oxi dized chains set at intervals with semiprecious stones are preferred to showy gold ones For less dressy occasions and street wear the modish sleeve is usually sup 1 T=DBBSS FOB HOUSE WXLR4409- A pattern of this house dress may be had in six sizes from 32 to 42 inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this Office giv ing number 440 and It will be promptly forwarded to you by mail plemented by a long lace or chiffon trndersleeye also close fitting and geR orally matching in color the tone of the dress and finished in mitten form over the hand This shape is now pre ferred The newest of flowers In millinery Is the water lily It is beautifully made and the coloring of the flower buds and leaves is at once rich and delicate in their pearly white deep yellow and glossy green shades Some of the lilies bve petals just tinged with Pink The house dress seen in the illustra tionIs a dainty model suitably for silk or light woolen rafcterlals The skir has seven gores arid Is Joined to the bodfeeiatVttie waist line 3Lt the back it Is finished withi an underbos plajlt or if preferred It can be gathered 0 JJJDIQ CHOLL1DTv J t t t J JEWEL WEARiNG AN ART Diamonds Becoming to Few Vomen Brunettes Can We r Them Jewel wearing is an art few women Understand Women should choose gems becoming to their beauty and complexion On dull eyed days the eyes wilt appear duller with diamonds in the ears and the sad pale woman will appear livid wearing pearls Diamonds are becoming to few wo men There tire brunettes who can wear them in the ears and appear well Thepaie blond also looks pretty with diamonds In her ears but the average woman should wear her dia monds elsewhere Some wear topaz and other yellow stones who dare not venture to wear brilliant colors They take to all shades of yellow froin amber to the pale sbad s ot tortoise shell and gold The amber loving woman has a creamy complexion Her skin is clear and a faint red sh9ws in the cheeks There is the topaz beauty also whose skin is creamy with a touch of olive in It She looks lovely with rubies in her ears but pearls are not for her Lucky the woman who can wear coral A coral skinned beautys cheeks must be as bright as the reddest coral with shadings of delicate pink It is a gQod plan to rub the cheeks with a rough towel to massage them with good creams and use plenty of water not forgetting an occasional milk bath Turquoises are difficult to wear to advantage The stones bring out the pallor A baby face with eyes of clear shining blue looks well with turquoises near it The black eyed woman and the woman with brownish eyes should not attempt to wear them for the stones are too bright The woman with turquoise eyes can wear a string of blue around her neck advantageously and can put turquoises in her ears THE HOME CARPENTER Many Women Take Courses In Man ual Training The thrifty woman docs her own odd jobs around the house To wait for her husband is hard on the patience and dependence on a carpenter for little breaks is both a time and money waster Many women today are takings Elm pIe course in manual training for no other reason than to be independent when a chair breaks down or a faucet springs aleak Light sets of tools are made especially for their use and they soon acquire a skill as to quite disprove the old nail driving slander There are housekeepers who can put on a washer tinker with a broken grate or put in burned out fire brick as well as a professional They learn how to supply missing panes of glass or scrape and dp over a chair or table One young woman who in the zeal of keeping her new home in good con dition took Lessons from an old tarpon tor in repair work soon developed such an aptitude with tools that she studied woodcarving and upon the death of her husband carried it on successfully as a profession Skill in mending is u particularly useful accomplishment for a woman who lives in the country or far from a carpenter If there is no way to take a course in manual training a carpen ter or plumber can generally be found who will teach the rudiments of repairing for a small fee BEAUTY HINTS To Improve the contour of the face try filling the cheeks with air and let ting it explore with a spft explosive sound Do this fifteen or twenty times a dayIA glass of hot water taken just after risinga half hour before breakfast w111 cure indigestion Very hot water externally applied will stop dangerous breeding llt Js as important not to gettoo thin- as too fat as either condition makes even a young girl look several years older than her adtunl age A girl who considers herself fully grown should ascertain what is the correct weight for her height and then try to attain and maintain that standard Peroxide of hydrogen is a harmless bleach when used in moderation Pour a little In a saucer and apply with a soft linen cloth It may be used sev eral tithes a week without injury Overplump girls should carefully study their figures and decide where ill they are faulty Usually the waist line Is too high The waist may be lengthened by touching the floor with the finger tips twenty times every morning This practice is better than wearing shape making corsets for when the waist is tpo tightly confined the figure loses its natural grace and ease of movement Somersaults are not dignified buf they are one of the best of all weight reducing exercises Thy will take ore fit rapidly and safelYbarrIng a few bruisesunless one has a tenden cy to heart weakness Weakness of the heart Is indicated by breathlessness after any slight ex ertiofl and by such evidences of Imperfect circulation as pale finger nails and cold extremities The harder the toothbrush the more effectually it cleans the teeth Alcohol or ether will dry the hair quickly but it will turn the hair gray One cannot have a pretty hand if the lingers arebroad at the tips Pressing down on the ends of the fitigjers1 from the first Joint to the tip will If done many times a day remedy this detect Before starting for a lengthy morn beljnduIg mI1ttakes time for the skimta abj brbt I tff Ste fff t RASKET BALLIN WEST Chicago University Team Out to Repeat Last Years Success WISCONSIN LOOKS STRONG Badger Five Expected to Put Up Good Fight For the Intercollegiate Title Swenholt Star Gloomy Outlook at Michigan i The jflght for the western intercol legiate basket ball championship among the Chicago Wisconsin in- dIana Minnesota and Purdue fives this season should result in a close struggle for supremacy With but one man missing from the Chicago lineup ofIJ9QS the team appear strongest one Is impressed with the idea that the Maroons will again capture the honors Falls left forward is the only star missing from last years team Hoffman and Pat Page captain of the 1909 football eleven at guards Schommer at center and Captain Geor nU1c1e1sClark is scheduled to occupy Fails place at left forward He has been touted as a wonder by those who watched his play last season when he captained the freshmn five Kelly Halsey Worthwine and Keefer are others who may make things interest ing f the regulars At Wisconsin one of the largest and most likely looking squads ever seen on the Badger floor is practicing daily under Coaches Rogers and Noyes The men are throwing themselves Into the work with much zeal and thdaily n4lturespirit and dash Jack Wilce captain elect of the 1909I football team and Noe two basket ball players who have already won their spurs have stimulated interest in the competition for on the arI slty five Judging fromlthe early form shown by the candidates in the recent games Wisconsin will get awa fast and the coaches are beginning to feel that the Badgers have a good chance to take an early lead inf the Intercollegiate contests The coaches evidently are in no bur ry to pick the regular five and this degree of uncertainty is causing a scramble or places Even Jumbo Stlehm Wisconsins great football center has a fight on his hands Trane Is out for center land he is showing enough form to Stlehm go his best to Lave the slightest advantage Captain Sw nholt Kauffman Wilce Whittier Birch Sato and Workman are in the field for the fOrward posi tions Swenholt is easily one of the great est players ever developed In Wiscon sin and should capture one of the for zi tt tw r RW1t lIki Nf W t liop Pat Paget guard center Captain Georgan fOrward Schommer center THREE CRACK PliAYKHS OF THE CHICAGO BASKET BALL TEAM wards and it looks as though Kauff man who is showing fine form will be his running mate Witt Zillmer and Noe appear to be leading the other candidates for the guard post tions but tie race is a close one Captain Wilce of the football team has not figured extensively In basket ball but he is far from new tc the game and if he fails tQ make the flrst squad he wilt surely be afirstsuTj Varsity basket ball Is an experiment at Michigan this being the first year of its entry into the list of recognized university sports There are many players of ability in college but of these only six men are eligible The same old hoodoo with which Coach Yost Md to contend condltions has confronted Coach Corneal in his selec varsity team With there suit that many of the reaf stars are AtI pltsent pn the ineligible team Qox and Miller probably the best basket Dill players ia college In tbeirrespec tiv p ltfpnare under t1Ie faculty bkji but hope to play later in the sea t t1 l r r Something to Crow Over 1 THE VERY BEST oaRave any of our readers seen aton cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekl nquirer If not it win pay tc end for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator ball things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest plate OB earth The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve tnents and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns IFathet4obtains ample information where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties tliat makes her toil labor- Iof love Childrens minds and 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 beingthat jUAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and temporal rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the hometOther departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to theENQUIRES CCMA1T- CincinnatiO f H t Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 j 1 THE Winchester Bank f v WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOLIIt- ACCOUNTS fAr Pay High Rent for Saloons Of all the high rents paid In New York city the highest are paid by saloons which are taxed about double what could be got fromany other bus ness for the same premises SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of allremedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then 1 began to use Dr Kings NeW Dis covery which restored my health completely now weigh 178 pounds CoughsHemorrhages vent Pneumonia its unrivaled 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Gar anteed by Phillips Drug Company V Other FisiTto Fry Maam heres a man atthe door fapirc l for ypiiJ What is It Bridget ItaVfish maam and Its markedC OtD TSfaisake the man tk It tri1ht back to the dealer 1 oI ordered trout iL4 i in your live stock if you fatten tbam f with otir choice feed and grain Etwrj meal you feed thEm will shoW an iEprove ent It doesn t cost you anythintk to prove f or disprove this st teeEif Jfst give us your next onlerand wAtekv result Youll not have to pay WI any more than you are paying now J Agent for Vulcan Plows T t JJ Martin Goal and Supply Ct J TRAIN SCHEDEfLEi CHESAPEAKE OHIO lEastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 8 49 n Er Daily 1157 a INo22 Daily Ex Sunday fi30 pJIr Nb 24 Daily 925V s Westbound t INo 27 Daily Ex Sunday 6 2i fJ No 21 Daily 803 mi No 25V Daily Ex Sunday 250 p 7 No 23 Daily 438 p II LOUISVILLE NASHVTLLEt Southbound p i No Cincinnati7Cnoxville al 1000 a m i No CincmnatiJacksou iiB imited 1057 a m No 9MaysvilleStanford looR with Cincinnati conectlon atv Pansj irrives at 6 32 departs at 6 35 psm No 31 CincinnatiAtlaixta limife 1123pm J i Northbound No AtlantaCincinnati liwte 506 a m c No 10 StanfordMaysville Ide4J conecting at Paris for Grncinnj j vNoical arrives 2 50 departs 2 53 pE No JacksonvilleCincia3i 6 4 limited 545p m t All of these trains will stop at Wp v Chester also are all daily exec Nos and 10 which are daily eiV1 cept Sunday I EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO 4f Time Card in Effect June 21 13fEast Bouiid IlITJ rhJo Dai1ijjStations jv Lexington v 2 7 jjWinchester IS13 jClayg s Stanton v I 358 91 4 Campton Ju efem Natural Bj gg 43011J Torrent l Si JiOAthrjQ K Junction J 005 Uitfff r Jackson 16 lfl U2ti Westbound DnilylDailyiSinL 4 jiauiajaUI EJ j a Spnl f AiL1 PiIAKv- Jackson GjlO 220 7tt0 K June 6fl5 225 705 Athol 6 40 2 52 731 Beattyville June 7 07 3 20 751 Torrent 7 30 3 41 8 lNatural Bridge 745 355 82 82kStantonClay City 825 435 902 L E June 900 5071 Oc3 Winchester 9 12 5 20 4 I141i ArLexmgton 9 55 6 05 I1O2 f THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXJIiCEPT SUNDAY Vv L1E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with tkev t Ct 0 Ry forMt Sterling ftCampton JunctionTrains Nos k 5t2 3 and 4 will connect with tJ Jj i Mcuntaih Central Ry for passenger 1t to and from Campton Ky J Beattyville JunctionTrains Noe and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville 0 K JunctionTrains NosJ 4 and 4 will connect with the G L r Railway for Cannel City Ky anl 4 way stations W A MDOWELL Gen ISgtS CHAS SCOTT G P A IW Be Good I Beware of making your moral staSAij consist ot the negative virtues It3rgood to abstain from all that is iuKfrli busInJofter unlesa one feeds largely also j the more nutritious diet of iijsympathetic benerolencfc Olive Wendell Holmes i Dlshpan a Social Factor The humble dishpan has been sailed with anathemas and many cleY er minds Are bent on finding som means pf ostracizing the jfctorrid titixf from the kitchen but the fact remalfi that t M More shining It is from uH themore it reJects lie e ijobing qual v It1s 1LrDenYeiRepuaI4fs ia Ti j 1If i I t I i 0 P e Eiaktst THE WINCHESTER MEWS WIRES INQUIRY ii1TOBOVERNOR 1 iresldent Aroused Over Pas StOf Bill WANTS TESIN COURTS wE mla Legislature Adopts Meas scre Segregating Japanese Children SB Separate Schools Along With dither Asiatics Regarded as Most f Offensive Action Yet Proposed and ttirt Will Be Made to Have It Cc sldered tiSacramento CaiiFeb 5With the 4faSott in the lower house of two of Ac antiJapanesemepar 8 followed Bg tie unexpectedpassage of a third JHB segregating TapaneseschoolchU xlran ID separate schools along withji ClkilKese Koreans and other Asiatics mscrded as the most offensive meas of all President Roosevelt ha- sIJ2a hand in the antiJapanese gpcinftetion that for the last week has ns international attention to Cal- iAID Hardly had the ill been 3 Ksd by the assembly before Gover GUIett received the following E3e from the president Ttwr kind letter just received WSfesLIs the rumor that the California iibLure has passed a bill exclud ftg the Japanese children from th- eVic scnools This is the most of Jtecive bill of all and in my judg E33 is clearly unconstitutional l and at ilauld1t once have to test it in aenurts Can it be stopped in the iirrature or by veto Sifcb governor at once sent a reply j mature of which he declines at dam time to make public and he re HBroted from the president an imme eKufte The answerIfltose antiJapanese measures intro tfeesd by Assemblyman Grove John asc places the Japanese in the same xkcsofication with other Asiatics an- dlets the word Japanese in th- eIII2It statute providing for the segI lion in separate s hoolsof fcrleastar children iftr this action the lower house of nib California legislature has taken eaCep which the board of education wi Saa Francisco intended to take ferai 3 ars ago but whicn was aban ig J after the board and Former MbtpBr Eugene a Schmitz were called ite tshington and had several con t ns with President Roosevelt News Stirs Washington ahfngton Feb 5 News of thee by the assembly of the Call legislature of the bill provid c r the segregation of Japanese ai jhildren was received in official IMurnu here with surprise and con donePresident Roosevelt sent kJjSovernor Gillett a telegram in siHi he described the bill as the litpensive bill of all and clear constitutional Governor Gil MKk telegraphic reply to the presi tIwas not made public fcor could tilt lie learned whether the president tim an immediate reply torah Throttles Resolution TKJ Idaho Feb 5TheantiJap s esolution did not materialize IIR legislature as promised It is ar mood Senator Borah brought in iBBee tq bqar JtQ prgventthe intro P3B of such a resolution and has throttPlaning Mill Burns Wtar Okla Feb 5The Peoples iworking plant and four rest byeTHE MARKETS ego Cattle Steers 4 607 00 mat J3 005 50 heifers 3 005 75 mss 3 403 90 stockers and feeders SheepaaiIa1iOJTS5 yearlings 5 906 50 Hogs dHSoe heavy shipping 456 6- 2limos 6 35G 50 light mixed 56 00 6 choice light 6 156 30 packing wheatm3fci OatsNo3 5053ciEIIit Buffalo Cattle Export cat Z OO6 75 shipping steers 5 75 helfersV451 SheepJambsMixcda inew 5 255 i5ewes4 755m l1 OO7 40 yearlings 6OO6 5- 07pHeavies 6 70 mediums 6 65 iII Yorkers 6 0660pigs 6 15 iijJVi 5 505 75 stags 4 50jOO JBKteburg Pa Cattle Choice 650- 4lIlipriume 6 206 40 tidy butchers 15 f5 80 heifers 3 SO5 50 cows Haa and stags 2 504 00 fresh cows Til55 00 Calves Veal 6 009 50 and LambsPrime wethers 5 25 i 91r good mixed 4 855 15 lambs Wi7 75 Hogs Heavy hogs 6 75 aarns 6 606 65 heavy Yorkers SgTS 60 light Yorkers 6 256 40 afe 16 20 aerandOCattle Prime dryfed 6 096 2ifat steers 5 75 CKr ielfers 4 25tij5 25 cows 52 25 Z E ullsr 0004 25 milkers and OOiCalves925lllPietSheep z1fl 3 50 ethers 5 256 25 ewes 1IIt47S iambs 5 507 25 Hogs stagsSia redW8J ikNo 2 53i53 c RyeNo 2 SOc a to 309 40 Bulk Meats9 37 Jfeskifnf 10 00 wHogs is oos 7- 0CaIQt36Gi5 00cSheep =J2 08S 25 4Telt 423krye 7S q clovers d S iStfv iF c iIt k z HVi r + p If t ItTHEWITCHlNG HOOR PROVES BlG SU CE S Special Train Over Chesapeake Ohio Bring 200 FromA Mt Sterling Optraportrayal ofa theory or what may be to some a fact rather than the conflict of passions and the eccen tricities of the characters that con stitute the usual dramatic material It presents the idea of mental sug gestion of telegraphy or mind read ing in the most impressive way There is a growing interest in mental science and The Witching Hour comes at an opportune time The production is in the hands of a competent cast Mr Gould in tht leading role is an actor of engag inK personality and he plays the part with discretion and power But this is not a one role T lav Charles Wailes as Justice Prentice has a tart scarcely second to that of Jack Brookfield and he measures up to its possibilities He is the vehicle for the firmer literary touches of the play and he stands for sentiment and high thinking as Brookfield represents strength and sane thinking Other members ofhe company were unusually fine in their respec tive parts The special over the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad from Mt Sterling tQ this city to see the performance arrived at 7 oclock e The Mt Sterling people about 200 strqngi were like everyone else loud in their praises of the show and said they had spent a mQst enjoyable evening and felt well repaid for their visit to their sister city After the erformance the special left the Union dept ar livin aboutr1I 15 I PRESIDENT OF LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE FINED President G W Fleenor is Fined 25 In Police Courf For Beating Small Bo JACKSON Ky Feb 5Jackson police circles were stirred up last night and yesterday morning over the possibility of trouble following the alleged beating of a small boy named Lloyd Back by G W Fleenor pres ident of the Law and Order League The story as recited in the Police Court this morning was to the effect that Fleenors son and the Back boy were in q fight Young Fleenor got the worst of the encounter ndat once appealed to his father for aid and it was charged that Mr Fleenor went after both of the boys rather severely kicking the Back boy four or five times Many interested spectators wit nessed the trial in Police Court this mo DgMr Fleenor acted as Ms owns attorney At the conclusion of the trial the jurv assessed a fine against him of 25 FIRE DESTROYS BARN II ON R L- Two BAKEf FARB Animals a Work Horse and a Buggy Mare Perished in Flames LEXINGTON Ky Feb 5Pita- of unknown origin started in the yearling barn of the Kingston Stud owned by R L Baker but at present leased to Clarence E llckaYf1of New York and burned to the ground Wednesday night in which two hor ses a work horse and a buggy mare were burned to death the race colts however were saved The fire was discovered by one of the hands who had been to Lexington and returning about 9 30 orclock found the barn in flames He gave the alarm and the men began the York of taking the valuable yearling from the burning building All of the horses were rescued but the two above mentioned Tl HALLEY DIES FRIDAY MORNIN- Gs s TJ Halle died at his home Qn East Broadway Friday morning of the infirmities due to old age The funeral services will be held Satur day afternoon at 2 oclock at the residence and the burial will take place in the Winchester Cemetery Mr Halley was 82 years of age and had been a resident of this coal ty all his life FSubscrlh1 For Tin KwsY t yr i mi o a II I Many HavTakenAdvantalle OF1 COT PRICES ON SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1 L be on 1 j i v X J ON Mr w H Groves othe Company of Cincinnati was Vii city Friday meeting with the Building Commit tee pf the K of and F and A M building and making a bid on the furniture for the j neW fraternity bl Nothingb definite has4lieen decided on regard ing the furniture but only the very finest and will be This building when completed will be one of the finest and buildings in the State GO TO Mattie Parker aged 4 Earnest Parker aged 6 and Mary Park r aged 10 Brothers and were committed jo the Ghil of Luoisville morning in Judge Evans court The children are dead andvibey liad no one to for V v ii Wiiy not you if you needor will We do not put inflated prices on our clothing and then give a large per cent off but give oJrof our one 20 per price C entI zAU goods marked in plain figures and you take 20 percent dffof that price One lot French Imported Balbriggan Underwear X150- per garment sale price 1 If you need underweari for this weather ask to see tKeJDtiofbld r We eve S 6 H Green Stamps with each Cash Purchase t ALLAN MURPHY FIRE FIREThe Damaged Stock of 10000 lthe STAR 1 Consisting of d Dry Goods Clothing a 1oVS must disposed of at once acount having to repair the building Th- efTStock merchandise was damaged by the fire slightly soiled by water and smoke Therefore we will open the doors I Saturday lVlorriirigr and the SAtE Begins The Star Dry Gootis Clothing Co BIDS FURNITURE Pettibone theI nothing uptodate purchased bestequipped lodge CHILDRENS HOME Arnold sisters drens Some Society Friday parents provide tfrrY 2L y need one ideal Trading not but Eagle Casting Co 1 INCORPORATED A WINCHESTERS KYf MANUFACTURERS OF 4rw Gray Iron Semi SteeS Thermit Steel t Alluminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications andv Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR r ASS kinds of Structural Steel Shapes J f F G CORNELL L t f j1 jI iltii lz cen1MnaeriitIIJ i y rilL t4f Xf I d 90 0 t iuIt1 J 1 1 LASswItir COLUMN jC- lassifiedPer Wtrd Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5cents per calender month Nothing counted less than t20 Iwo ds No item charged on for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions ofvsam item at double the onetime- rate For 250 linenor more used within one year 4vcenil a line A 11 V IKEI i THE REAL ESTATE MAE will buy and sell fill lands oc andx country property Special attention given to renting and collecting 6f rents S B TRACY Office iii Hathaway building South Coiirfc 231mo Street r FOUND Overcoat at Th Nyst of fleehas been here si ceNov m her election 23tfSr tFOUND 4 I BrownProctoiia Hotel barberrshop Owner can hvesam byi iingLOST Sunday morning between Baptist church and L N cross setIceive reward f 2 4 31 WANTED At once 500 sfunklbrd es and other raw furs Eor jpar ticulars address Hart Gp le Owingsville Ky i i2 id FOR RENT Cottage on Lexin dIi avenue Apply Mrs RachelEctbii 23tLQSTBlack silk scarf foundEbn Maple street some little time ago Owner can have same by paying for this advertisement and eating on MrAH Sympson r j v 21tfr WANTED Gentlemen tocall Cand see the suits and overcoats I am making for 20 worth 25 to 30 GEORGE K KOHLHASS L1p WANTED Boarders o1h roomf for rent Apply to Mrs OJ M Flynn 133 West Hickman street i3o3t r FOR SALEBedroom suitefoldiDg bed kitchen cabinet Moore0 Tight stove bath cabinet MoirSi chair desk chair and few xockgrsl 290 South Main street 129= 3t STRAYED From Pine Grove Jan uary 25th 1 red cow and 2 Keif er marked X I with tar r10fe ward for their return to FRANK STIVERS Athens Ky J 1r26 16ttu FOUNDSiginabgina Nu fraternity in with owners initials T K Ponback Chapter Beta Sigma Own = er can have same by paying rthfg advertisement and applyingvit Baldwin Bros jewelry store 123tf FOR nEr House of eight moms corner Hicfcman and MamJRea reasonabie Apply to DR VAUqT 120fit FOR SALE Coal at x1 Northtfstreet You will be pleasedliwith both quality and price s 119Imo r FOUND Black belt Owner can have same by calling at dfficeaiid tying for this advertisement rr 118 ff FOR SALE Grocery and meatsho paying business erri1Sigm able Address W A B this bSct 1141ff WANTED To take orders for oaking cakes beaten biscuitjollsf tim bales and rosettes MTSS LUCY QoIlege 112 7inob FOR SALECheap grapiopipnt largeMornngR B this office l9 a WANTED To buy furs scrapirc and all kinds of metal tbujei in town Chas 2igma MaiUj d Washington 1191o4 FOUND Coralpinon JlainitrMt Owner may have same by caicigrat this office and pitying far tisement It 7 ly Ji r1Io7 t JiI