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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i j lli irLastdition r Y 100 MONDAY IFEBRUARY 81904 3 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK t1 PROMINENT FIRMS ARE NOW BIDDING Ti Furnish Regalia For Winchester Commandery Knights Templar The committee appointed by Win hester Commandery Knights Tern plars to purchase the regalia to be used whe nthey get in their new quarters will meet February 18th and open the bids and award the contract number of the most prominent 4rfirms in the country pore trying to Secure the contract fdr furnishing the regalia and nothing but the very fin est and latest will be accepted The l following is a list of some of the firms that are trying to secure the contract The Pettibone Qpmpany of Cincinnati The M C Lilly Company off Columbus Ohio Cincinnati Regalia Company of Cincinnati and the Hen derson Aims of Kalamazoo The Joint Committee appointed by the Masons and Knights of Pythias to select the furniture for the new ing will meet February 15th and award the contract for the furniture H H Hall and the Winn Furniture Company are the local bidders for the furniture 4lWork has been resumed on the building since the cold weather and its completion will be pushed as rap idly as possible CHECK RECEIVED FROM THE STATE TREASURY For 46050 To Be Paid Out in This County For Sheep Killed By Dogs t s County Clerk J A Boone has re tioeiyed a check from the State Treasury for 46050 to be paid out in this county for sheep killed by dogs The following is a list of those who Jiaya claims and the amount they will f receive Rachel Ware 15 00 W W Snowden 5 00 H L Stephens 75 00 Mary E Haggard eo 11 50 JD Duvall 15 00 T W Burch L t 25 00 J D Duvall 20 00 TJVI Uampton 1c 124 0- 0JJ Hagan f 2 3QQ Owen Portwood 1150- 0JJ Hagan j rf 800- veA S lGdd vw rfP 55 50 J L Boinar j t00tN H Witherspoon Appraisers fees i 6j0 Magistrates fees S00r Total H 50 tiwo ARE KILLED IN i MISSISSIPPI WRECK in DebrisI t Special to The News- COLDWATER Miss Feb 8130- p mA Chicago flyer of the Illinois Central railroad plunged into a n open switch here and was wrecked Two passengers were killed and score were injured several fatally The dead are Martin Stanton of Memphis Tenn and an unknown Italian Reported number of bodie- ii debris i Mr Stanley 0 Wood of the Mt Sterling Gazette gave this office pleasant call Monday morning SEARCH OF TWELVE YEARS Ends With Arrest of Kentuckian at J Denver oil Murder Charge DENvER Colo Feb 8Charles Herndon arrested here after a search of twelve years and who is wanted on the charge of slaying his wife near w sburI Ky started for Frank custody of Captain OK L Givens Herndon says the killing was ac fthe charge t r rMr Clarence Harris of Ledngt 5n i was the week end guest of relatives 8 e fI I I 5 t 1 t l I1 tt 1 t i j j l GEST CIRCULATION INWINC ESTER SAND IFIARK COUNTY 7 THE WINCHESTli NEWS IVOL NO JWINCHESTER KY build OQWW Openr freedc SUBSCRIPTIONS ARF- NEEDED TO BALL TEAM Enthusiastic Fan Asks All Citizens to Support the Ball Team To the Editor of The News Listen base ball fans Here is a proposition that is put up t We are now in reachiugdistance ofaball club for this year We think t1at we have the best team of player Jhat will be iii the league thisyear signed up and their contracts are in oursafe andnothing remains o be done e cept to get enough fans together t6 sign up for just fifty moreyshares of stock and we feel sure th1Vf will yet win out We find so many Lat tell us yes it is a good akin gi aid ve cant afford to let it fall through and I am going to help you but I cant do it today They do not seem to realize that this stock must be subscribed for at once aston Wednesday February 10th tire will have to declare ourselves at Hichmpm ve will be in if this amount 4 raised andwill be out if it is notii1 The promoters do not want this money pow anytime before the first of May will theIso that we can transact business legally All the work that has been done up to this time has been done by self appointed committees The ones that have been doing this work have work ed hard for months and it will be a sad disappointment to them if they see that all of their work has gone for naught at the last moment Now lets all get thatthave not signed up jut had expected to do so but have been putting it off go to H H Phillips today and he will gladly furnish you with a blank and he will pronfifRto have plenty of pens and=ink so that as many can sign at one time as will go to him Now dont wait for some one else but go right along and make his place of business look like a big bargain house overrun with customers Now If you will da this and we get this fifty shag es we want every stockholder to be at the court house at 730 Tuesday night and we will organize and elect directors and get down to business If you find that you cannot be at this meeting send your proxy by some one If you will only go in and subscribe like you know that you should there will be no trouble in raising this amount Look back at Winchesters past history Did she ever start anything that slie did not finish Dont let this be our first fall down Tommy Sheets from tHe Lexington clubwas ip here Saturday night and he told severalof us that we were the only ones in the league that he was afraid of but that he expected to trim us good and plenty Help us show him that he cant do it If you will come up with that fifty shares we agree to make his auburn locks tur gray before the season is over Do you know also that if we get this club in working shape that it is very like ly that the street car company will extend the line to the overhead bridge putncar one yards of the grandstand We will make an announcement in The News Tuesday afternoon how we have1 suc ceeded Make the meeting a sure thing by subscribing for this stock A FAN POULTRYa Mr Napoleon J Barnes of this county has demonstraied hi abil highestgradse of chickens The past season he received premiums as follows Clark County Fair 1st1 coekjlst hen special for best display aBlue Grass Fair1st and2nd dock 1st and 2nd hen 1st pen Kentucky State Fair 1st pullet Lebanon Poultry Show1st and 2nd cock 1st and 2nd hen 1st cockerel 1st 2nd and 3rd pullet 1st pen Lexington Poultr T Show 4th cockL 3rd hen 2nd cockerel 2nd pen Louisville Poultry Show 3rd and 4th cock1st and 4th hen 1st cockerel and 2nd pelt He also won the State champion pointons 08 Mr G V Bridwellmanager of the East Tennessee Telephone ConsS wasdo Lexington Silr 53li 115 s1 ess i r a t UUUGLAS ROBINSON PRESIDENTS BROTHERINLAW Douglas Robinson probably will be the complainant in the libel action against the New York World for the articles published prior to the election fsPresidenttrict Attorney Jerome of New York BILLY CAMPBELL DIES AT THE COUNTY FARM Former Hotel Clerk Succumbs to Consumption and is Buried in Paupers Lot Billy Campbell formerly clerk at theTBrowiiProctoria and Court View Hotels died at the County Farm Sat urday morning after an illness ofsev eral months of consumption Mr Campbell came to this city about 12 years ago as an umbrella mender and continued in that work a short times later he clerked in the hotels which he continued up until a few years ago when hishealth became so impaired that he had to retire He hadno relatives to take charge of his remains and at his own request he was buried in the paupers Jot Billy had many good traits of character and some weak ones t jEe was Ms own vvvorst enemyi PRISONCOMMISSIONI COMMENTn Will Ask Legislature to Pass Resolu tion Appointing Committee To Examine Special to The JTews- FRAN1CPORT Ky Feb 8The State Prison Commission will make no comments on the salty charges made by Col Jack Chinn published in Saturdays paper but state that they will request a full andcom plete investigation in every respect by the Legislature when it meets next winter The members of the Prison Commission will request each House of the Legislature to pass a resolution appointing committees to examine the penal institutions of the State TOOK CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS Civil Service eXhminations were held in this city Saturday by Hunt Perry secretary of the local board There are no vacancies to be filled at present out those that pass will be eligible in the order of efficiency for any that may occur in clerk car rier positions at the postoffice The following took the examina floss S A Ramsey Jno W Riley Ragland Ben H Tuttle J Sumpter Anna Vanarsdale W C Marks T M Berry B B Woodford John Bush Carrie ineEmest Birch Will Taylor LexingfqHunt Saturday audiSiy I r l SWARM OF P1IOATES SIN CITY AND COUNTY City PoliticalPot is Boiling as Only Three More Weeks Remain Be fore tire Primary f Vith only three yeeks more re maining before Democratic primary is held for the purpose of electing nominess for the various city offices r the city political pot is boiling at its height Friday was the last day for entering the contest but there was no new entries and the candi dates in the race for some of the of fices where they hav e no opposition are now takingsthings easy while those in some of the races where there are a number of candidates are working over time and a heated con test is on in all jraese races Winchester ind Clark county prob ably never before experienced such a swarm of candidates as she is now contending with The campaign for the county offices is now on and with the candidates for the city offices r the woods are fullof them therVbe = ing fiftytwoaItogether The following is1 a complete list of the candidates for city offices For MayorJ A Hughes W 0 Hoskins H T Sltother and G D Mc cullumFor Police Judge ff p Pendleton For Chief of PoliceWoodson Mc Cordand J W Bupard For City Attorneyr H Haggard For City ClerkS B Tracy For City CollectorJ A McCourt H W Scrivener and George McKinney The following is a list of candi dates for Councilmen by wards First ward W P Hackett JHOden Geo Hdn and C G Bush Second wardJ E Bodkin J W Wheeler AR Martin T L Todd and T F Moore Third wardR F Scobee M s Brown and Doe Pigg The fourth ward is solidly Republican and there is no announced can didate from there yet Fifth wardSil DihelliW P Az bill John C AiInW1dJ T Stokely FAIR COMMITTEE The Committee having in Lan the preliminaryarrangements for holding the Clark County Fair will meet at 8 oclock this evening in the Elks Club room The Committee consists of Dr C Rees O S Johnson Matt Bean and thHbefit and officers elected r The Committee win be glad to have others meet with them In suggestions ifill be duiy considered Mr H H Porter oi iStaunton Va was into Sfi iajr h t BIDS ADIEU TO PANAMA G4WAl Taft Sails on Homeward Journey Work is Progressing In Sato1 isfactory Way 3 Colon Feb 8 Presidentelect Wil liam Howard Taft and party left on- board the United States cruiser North Carolina for New Orleans accompan ied by the cruiser Montana Just pre vious to embarking Mr Taft gave out the following- I am not prepared now to make a statement as to the result of the trip to the isthmus except to say that we have found the work progressing in a most satisfactory way the organi zation better khan ever before the esprit de corps excellent and the de termination of All even the humblest laborer directed to the building of the canal I am sure this has impressed itself upon everyone of the board of visiting engineers as it has upon me- With reference to the type of the canal and continuance of the present plans the engineers promise they will be able to hand me their report by the time we land at New Orleans Governor Melendez and a large gathering of the Panama railroad and the isthmian canal commission employes were at the dock to bid the presidentelect farewell Lieutenant Colonel Goethals chief engineer of the canal accompanied Mr Taft on the North Carolina He will proceed to Washington to discuss the matter of appropriations necessary for the completion of the work As the tug which transferred the visitors to the cruiser moved away thecrowds cheered lustily Mr Taft looking the picture of health bowed and called out laughing Keep your eye on that subterranean lake at Gatun During his visit here which lasted ten days Mr Taft accompanied on many occasions by the special eiigi neers who came to the isthmus with him 4visited every section of the canal His influence was also exerted In bringing about a better eeling ba tweenvarious factions that have been opposing each other since the last election TWO SKATERS DROWNED Seaman Makes Fruitless Effort to Save Wireless Operator Woodshole IJass Feb 8Whlle skating on a pond in a cedar swamp near this village Charles Gottliebson a wireless operator of the revenue cutter Acushnet broke through the ice and both he and Seaman Oscar Rongved also of the Acushnet who made a brave attempt to rescue him were drowned Several of their ship mates endeavored to reach the drowning men from the shore by tying their handkerchiefs together to make a life line but the ice kept breaking under them A tree was then secured but before it could be put out on the ice both men had gone under Largest Cargo of Hemp New Orleans Feb SThe largest cargo of Philippine hemp ever brought to the Upited States has reaches this port The cargo will make up 250 carloads which will be shipped to a manufacturing firm in Chicago The importation Is in the nature of an experiment fto determine the ad- visiblUty of the hemp In stead ofMexicatisisa1 in the manufacture of twine DYNAMITE EXPLODES Six Persons Blown to Pieces at French Coal Mine Nancy France Feb 8Six per sons were blown to pieces by the ex plosion of a large quantity of dyna mite and ten thousand blasting car tridges in the store house of a mine at Tucquegnieux The windows of all the houses within a radius of three miles were broken by the concussion Constable Shot by Negro Paris Tex Feb 8Deputy Con stable Robert Draper was shot and instantly killed by John McIntosh a negro while he in company with Constable Matthews was endeavoring to place the negro under arrest negrodCold Wave Coming Washington Feb 8 Following a storm which is moving eastwardfrom the extreme west today a cold wave which now covers the northwest will hold the entire northern section of its grasp by the middle weeke Jim Jeffries Denial Los Angeles Cal Feb 8Ihave inyJefcnaon said Jam JJeiYria when asked iegArdingthLawrpartel- cablia of a chilleni to4lhdr from Arrtra lb c rJohi wa Sj4f t f c rt r a rv WEATHER t iil Rain Tonight Tuesday WarmerC MRS ROOSEVELT WILL BE THERE Decided to Attend Lincoln Memorial DedicationAll Plans CompletedI Louisville Feb 8Simple and yet splendid with the presence of the first citizens of the United States will be the homage which will be paid the inILame county Ky on the occasion of his centenary February 12 the plans for the ceremonies of dedicating then marble memorial hall by President Theodore Roosevelt having trimly been arranged The last preparations were made in this city by the committee in charge Charles E Miner representing the Lincoln Farm association It was determined that the five trains that will be run to Hodgenville from Louis ville on February 12 should bear the various delegations that a platoon of Louisville police should be permitted to do duty and that the represent Democraticen a place of prominence in the ceremonies At this meeting two facts were learned also One regretfully that the venerable Cardinal Gibbons will not be able to come to pronounce the invocation and the other joyfully that Mrs Roosevelt and Miss Ethel Roosevelt will be members of the presI- dents party Up to the time of this latter announcement Kentucky women of whom Lincolns wife and mother came had taken only a cur sory interest in the arrangements After the fact of the coming of the first lady of the land and the White House debutante had been published they began to show interest that proclaimed them like their sisters the world oV9r to beseige their husbands to take them to the dedication The first train will leave this city at 731 oclock on the morning of Feb ruary 12 will carry all who desire to reach the farm early and to roam over the acres where the child Lin coIn played The second train at 745 will carry a band sixty volumteer militiamen eighteen cavalrymenand fifty newspapermen the third at 815 will bear the federal and confederate veterans who are to act as escorts to the president the veterans of the Spanish American war and Governor Augustus E Willson and his military staff the fourth train at 835 will carry the Louisville business men who are behind the dedications plans and those of the public who can get into four extra coaches while the fifth train at 935 will bear the presi dent Mrs Roosevelt Miss Roosevelt Secretary Loeb and Secretary of War Luke E Wright During the last few weeks in which these plans have been crystalizing the people of Washington county Lanres neighbor have been protesting against holding the exercises two miles from Hodgenville on the farm where Lincoln was a child They declare that the future president was born on Valley creek In Washington county where hid parents were marrfed and that Washington Is being cheated of her motherhood There is an old dispute between the countiesThe is two miles from Hodgen ville along a road which is usually hard to traverse In winter but which has been veneered with gravel and cinders until it Is now passable The program for the dedication in etudes addresses by President Roosevelt exGovernor Joseph Folk of Mis souri Governor Augustus E Willson of Kentucky General James Wison for the G A R and Luke E Wright for the Confederacy Deutchland Resumes Journey New York Feb S Uninjured by a two hours stay on a North River shoal on which she ran her prow shortly after leaving her dock the Hamburg American liner Deutschland resumed her journey to Mediterran can ports GIVEN RECEPTION Captain Seally and Jack BIrms Reach Iverpool on Baltic Liverpool Feb 8Whn the White Star steamer Baltic which numbered among its passengers Captain Sealby of the Republic when she went down two weeks ago off Nantucket and Jack Binms arrived at her dock this morning a large crowd waspresent and the two heroes of the wreck were given a rousing reception The saloon passengers of the Baltic met Saturday night and made a colleo tion for the Republics crew Played Wild West Shot In Heart Poughkeepsie N Y Feb 8 WhilezpayingWiId West Hugh Maher aged 9 was shot turQUgfe the heart by a 14yearold colored 1tOr c1iarilIDeyo Deyo was not held sis the oor ner beli r4tH shootikj ftf W a8clAa + til t =t frJ r lt t itJ frr ir r r tt tt 10 1i t IprPitiTWb aTHE WUfC4ESTER NEWS Think of the mud tax paid each year J5sfc3 as is aftiCafc SRs FEBQVARYSVN MON TUB WED THU FRI SAT 1 S 3 4 5 I 6 Z 89 1OiIffI3 14 15 16 17 18 18 30 212524 228 2 I I CI rkCou INCORPORATEDt andhlJl- climbIng canINo Road cost the Far mers as much as a poor one On the Basis of Equipment and the plication of Economical Business- Methods we solicit the construc anflIonditionsvate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction It guaranteedJ Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 agoIi depresion u steady growth fro the start in the number fourdepositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours Ypu are cordially invited to open an account with us Per- sonala attenipn to all business if J M HCliGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President Vfr Mant Get your heads together and start your feet our 500I4 way we have things for you Shoes are to 395 a Pair are Patents Gun Metals and the neatest shapes and fashions This is your opportunity Idr a good thing x Jr t NA3il lrh 8hoe 1anJI t t t I CHIC STYLES Fur Bands In Styllp AgainThe Porgy trait Stock There is a revival of an old fashion this season that of edging skirts with tinyedgejacket as if the entire garment were fur lined Soutached sleeves die the latest braid development They are general ly long and of net covered with an Egyptian design in braid fashionedAcoral broocb is fortunate These are in the height of fashion this winter and go well with the old world jabots of lace and what are now known as thee portrait stocks of black satin that are wrapped around the neck Girls who SHIRT WAIST DKESSIKG BACKr43Gl A pattern ofj this attractive dressing sack may be had In seven sizesfrom 3i to 44 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this office giving number and it will be promptly forwarded to you by malt wear the portrait stocks of satin and the large loose jabots of lace are also adding their baby necklaces of cut coral One fad of the season is the em ployment of black chiffon with color ed silk and cloth gowns The dressing sack Illustrated has every appearance of a ueat tailored shirt waist but it ismuch more eaily adjusted than a separate waist and skirt The collar Is in the regular turndown tailored style that can be worn with a pretty jabot or fourin hand JUDIC CHOLLET FRIBBLES OF FASHION Black Velvet Ribbon Strings Adorn the Latest Chapeaux A very fetching addition to a large hat of black faille trimmed with white ostrich plumes was a pair of long hat strings of black velvet ribbon tied In a large bow which rested on the right shoulder The strings did not come anywhere near the chin of the wearer but drooped down over the front of the bodiceWhen real lace Is used for the long sleeve it Is not necessary or desirablr to change Its color and some of the same variety of lace is usually worked THE PAUTJOiPON PETTICOAT 450 A pattern of this pantaloon krrt may bethad in Seven fclzes from 22 to 34 Inches waist measure Send Id cents to this of ficV tfvlnjr dumber 4350 rnd it Will be promptly forwardedto tyou by mall in oa theWaist toAa greater or less degree To appear well dressed these days with llidiieTir style tight fitting gowns its neceafcary that the iindere1Otiie44b fit perf PtTAl ifullnes disposed of over the hijiH and the most effectual way to accomplish this is to chb a circular nin3el like the one illustrated JttCfHOIETi l v J PRETTY TRIFLES OF FASHlUi4 t Geisha Frock Among the Novelties In Girls Garments A novelty in girls garments is the Geisha frock and an extremely odd lookingone it is Fashioned from tan linen it has a plaited skirt attached toI justbyblouse ctexactly on the same lines as that worn by a Chinese ending just over the hips The neck is cut in a Dutch short square and the sleeves are bell shape ending at the elbows The dress maybe worn with a guimpe or not as preferred The hem of the blouse also edges of sleeves and neck are decorated with a simple embroid ery worked In white thread The ins tinguishing feature of this new de sign is the addition of lingerie frilling On the lower edge at underarm seams the blouse is cut away for spacefilletsimilar effect given at the edges of the bell sleeves with a narrower frill ing Ecru net was responsible for a charming little opera bag seen at a womans exchange recently Along the bottom ran a border of clover conven tionalized the delicate pink blossoms and pale green leaves picked out with floss silk outlined with silver thread Ivory white moire formed the lining beenIconceived for bringing out such a dainty pattern Many of the bags emIbroidereds were with a wash silk matching in color the decoration GOOD IDEA FOR CANDLESTICKS Easily Made at Home and Really Cost Little A set of candlesticks adorning the colonial mantel 6f a youngbride looked as if they were treasure trove from some old cathedral so classic were their lines Few of their admirers were let into the secret that they were home made and cost almost noth ing Each candle has as a base three blocks of ordinary wood set one on top of the other The lowest was seven inches square the middle one five inches and the top one on which rested the upright stem of the can dIe was three inches square The blocks were cut from yellow pine and were an Inch thick The uprights were pieces of wood two inches square and 15 inches high and were fastened to the center of the topmost block on the base Across the top of the upright ran a piece of wood an inch thick This was put on at right angles At either end of this transverse piece were blocks of wood two inches square and an inch thick in which were set small brass candle sockets In the center directly above the upright the brass candlestick was fas tened to the cross piece without the extra block The candlesticks when finished were given several coats of Japanese gilt in a dull tint and looked like some rare antique PRETTY MATCHBOX HOLDER The tin matchbox holders so often given away with packets of matches are useful but by no means ornamental A simple plan by which they may be rendered more decorative is to enaImeldry when some pretty floral design and the name of the room to which they belong can bepjpalnted on them A holder arIUclebe forgotten With High Scarlet Heels One of the new fancies in footgear Is to have high scarlet heels put on black slippers This is an old French fashion which coincides with the dI rectoire clothes Then the men wore them as well as the women but now they are restrict ed to the gentle sex These heels are either Spanish or French and the color is a vivid crimson The slipper on which it is placed is usually the patent leather with a large rhinestone buckle in front hold ing a rosette of satin or chiffon They are not dressy enough fo dancing but are worn for informal occasions in the evening in the house They are especially pretty with the popular indoor gown of black satin or chiffon made empire with an open square neck trimmed with Jet Henna Paste Use one part of henna and three parts of lump indigq Reduce the hen na leaves to a osrse powder also the indigo ndc mix together with sufficient water to form a paste The longer this remains on the darker it will make the hair rhf1r past rIs to dicolored p and water without affecting the hair4 The WeakEnd Bag What Is known as the WeekJEnd Thiisnot ghlito hli a nightdress and a few toiletartlclei c 1 i r c Bush has them GAS HEATERSAND I RANGES FAVORITESTOVES BEST in the World BUSH emtheCorner RAWLINS RACKET Headquarters for everything Big line Best line in town I still have a fine 5Oc Corset for 35c Best Work Shirt made Come to see me when in nee anythingt T C Rawlins9 Home Phone 470 Are You oil the Look out for e PRICES 1 pocKetbook yefinsearch ends coMHItLJ fji 1K1 Inch StandChili Con Carte fruitsGroceries etc Hibibb Moses 25 N Main St REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said three doc tors to Mrs M E 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 it Phillips Drug- Store EgyptiansExcavators nt Egyptian cemeteries discovered the bodies Of many pet dogs One of t animals bad ivory bracelets round Its collajstwistedattached The teeth of many of the dogs were in a noticeably bad condi tion the result of idleness and un healthy luxury WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP- to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep son to coyer his leg The doctors faile then Bucklens Arnica Salve com Wasr ington of Bosqueville For eczema boils burns and piles its Cornpany The Thistle In Australia The thistle was introduced into Australia by a Scotsman who was sent out to Botany YI8S a convict and took with him a number of seeds of his national plant and sowed them round hjs dwelling The plants soon made itself so much at home that it spread PS er thousands of square miles pf territory and the fmpprtanjt fplksa of the various pravir eli ay pended many hundreds of pounds In the effort to repress Its growth t AustralianssAusiraliafs Save of outdoor sports 11o ris lies atJT oil z veryYfyarabl- climate ei and he unl renal halfholiday on Saturday K t IJIIIIHtltkY Acoldin2 to the last cenaoe Ken 3l47rl74iThe 400 of wh ch is water It has river borderlines on the East North and West The streams w thin the State aa a rule hQRd in the South East and flown a North Westerly direction this fit fact retarded the construction Of ran roads and th development of our re yerrsThe were built from the East and went over the more lerel territories North of tli3 Ohio river and South of the Oumberand Mountains tn those days here was only a limitedilemand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has jncre sedf railroads have been built aid other are contemplated that will develop our resources It woull seem that a kind providence has held in reserve jur almost inexhaustible utilities vntil a byheimited but thee is enough to liftf ir many years to come Qfteenthousandply the world Othor minerals await development Natural gas and oil in nay DllquaD cities are being developed n many ties peopleinto fdwavsClark CMitr Land acres 158176 Land assessment S 5452120 f Value of real and personal property including franchises 10940898 dnrpoeeeSCcts on the hundred dollars The foot hills of the mountains are m the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky river on the South forms twentyave lumberIThree railroads go entirely secoM y the county Chesapeake Ohio Lomls 7ille Nashville and Lesisgton 1Easters Blue Grass is a natural product Ua cultivated land will set itself in Blue brass Crops of timothy and clover an be raised with profit Corn wheat ye and oats are the grain crops Too quantitiesAll the climate can be raised with profit IseionCIRCUIT COURT r 1st Monday in April 2nd Monday inSeptember 1st in December ofJB A Crutcher Attorney COUNTY COUnT 1 4th Monday in each month QUARTERLY COURT 3rd Tuesday in each month A tCOUNTY OFFICERS J H Evans Judge AttorneyHoward J A Botme County Clerk W T Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenberry AssessorW R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailor I Brine ar Coroner JUSTICES PF TEE PEACE 1st Dist J C Richards 2nd Dist J Scott Renick Dooley4th 16th V 7th Dist Ben E Wills f t Winchester County seat area a circle one and Populationcensuselaped the corporate limits and now has a population that should be includedin the limits of eight thousand It is l0 betweenthewater works electric street cars and SplendiUchurches islocatedtheStateptRtymcludlDg J pae f city and forty cents for schools The C 0 L N and L IG B railroads center at Winchester the hipPb1cfacilitiescation for factories New concerns rotittaxationtake pleasure in giving information CITY PFFICEBS J A Hughes Mayor J B Tracey Clerk v t rS H Haggard Atto ey dPendletonJudge esRiland Collector N H WithersPoon1 Treaurera J D qslev Assessor J 1HPOLICE 0 Mal TarpOhief Albert John Carol Tannerf Deputies IBPABD PF CPUKCIL i Reeei1st2nd Ward j A R Martin T 1i Todd Dgc Booae4th Y 5th Ward j 4 D McguU1Dl Sil 7FIRE DXPutT A B Baldwinr Chief Jno W 4irrlMSatiMG W Strother President i C H Rees tecretaryr rHarrA fa ymlam iJ 4s1f 2tK Foster r t 1 s t t JII j l p J I 7 0 rI I LA tTHEWIKCHESTERNEWSh a PaMThrM k7TInFairy Land IEiI 1 Where and By RAYMOND BLATHWAYT Earfllsh Author KEJ great problem of today is low best can ofie get hold of the child mind You cant do it by mathematics or geography or Latin verse You want to appeal to it by far more subtle and deli cab e means than algebra and the twanging cane To humanize you must first sympathize And fairyland af fords a happy neverfailing point dappui wherein and whence one may first seek to compass the wonderful subtleties of the darling childminds by which we are surrounded on all sides but of which until it is too late we frequently have so little understanding and with which so many ous have such rare sympathy and correspondence The truth of the matter is this the childmind is the kingdom of heaven into which we cannot enter except as little children ourselves f A little girl shyly whispered in my ear the other day Mr Blathwayt do you believe in fairies Of course I do I seriously repliedcAll sensible people believe in fairies i Mother she delightedly and triumphantly screamed across a crowd ed luncheontable Mr Blathwayt does believe in fairies Many people will scarcely credit that a middleaged man can sit j soberly down at this time of day and write about children and fairies as I am doing gravely and sincerely but I make no apology for so doing Bather do I make an earnest plea for the cultivation of the fairy mind in the modern child The childwho is not robbed of her childloodt1i mostprecious gift that God has given to every comer into thiswearYworldwhat a woman she will make in fterlifethe child with the fairy mind the woman of the fairy life In fairyland and in fairyland only the child cultivates its most natural faculty imagination and what is life without imagination t T You can hear the stars shining and the day after tomorrow coming once said a little girl to Mr graham Robertson and it was for her beautifulmind andwonderful charm of imagination that he wrote a masque of Midsummer Eve and through that masque and by means of similar childlike pageants of fairylore he obtained a glimpse into and a hold over the lovely mind of a child which to his lifes end he will never forget nor ever wish to regret Better than anyone I know he is demonstrating the only possible way to get right inside the childmind And he is doing it by way of the trees and the flowers the birds and thVaidit to me the other day I am trying to hitch the fairy business on to Nature all the time t Woman Hide I Thy Love By HELEN OLDFIELD p tIt always is a mistake sometimes a fatal one for a woman too plainly to show her love for any mangy however much may profess his love for her The gravity of the error of course is measured by the manner of man the woman loves all men are not alike and some few stand the test of utter security in the possession of that tender thinga womans heart But such men are as scarce as blue dia monds and no woman is wise who adores a man and still worse tells him so The telling is the major part of the mistake Hearts are willful things and sometimes unbeknownst are lost but at least the woman need not advertise the fact There is muchworldly wisdom in the saying that with impunity one may break all the ten commandments if one only obeys the precept Thou halt not be found out Undeniably there are times when if hypocrisy merely be the power to dissemble the concealment of her real feelings the wisest women are they who can play the role of thoroughbred hypocrites It is one of the axioms of polite society that while a woman may have the same desires asa man she has not the same right to express them tShemay be much to be pitied for the excess of her affection but her afisfortune is the less if she is strong enough to hide it strong feelings of any kind frequently are the occasion of discomfort both to those who possess them and to others and violent emotion has a tendency to degener ate into hysterics which sometimes are profitable to the hysterical one but always unpleasant to those who endure them But an occasional taste to show how good is the object withheld stim ulates the desire To give much to give more but not to give all has been said to womans most precious secret for retaining a mans love l indefinitely if not forever t w- I Old Fashioned Religion the Best By AMELIA E BARR NirellsU Children GrownUps Should Roan huntingground he whom can be I have studied all the cults dnew thoughts Hindoo mysticism reincarna tion spiritualism and the rest and back I come to the oldfashioned religion thats between the two covers of the Bible I dont try to find out whether the Scriptural history of the Jews is correct or not or whether the old Book is wabbly in its sci ence Those things are not essential and the clergymen why dissect and compare and analyze and qualify the Bible do it not because they think it wilt help people to do right and be decent but to tickle their own intellectual vanity and get their names into the newspapers I believe iuthe Bible from cover to cover but I declare I dont know about the church and the ministers You know I always read a great deal of history in preparing to write my novels I read 124 volumes to got facts for the Lions Whelp and 90 volumes before I started The Black Shilling And it seems to me that as a body the clergy have never once been identified with a single movement toward greater justice to the mass of peopleuntil they knew the movement would succeed Where the money is where the power is vested there I have always found fihe organized church Protestant and Catholic It is the clergys own fault churchgoing is falling off If unbelief f rampantand it certainly is in New York and the other large citiesntt r because the ministers after building upa blind belief in themselves other than in the simple common sense righteousness have been caught ftrnag twt maiterg 0 f c i Y I t ANGORA GOATS ARE TO WORK FOR GOVERNMENT Danger oiE t siFir6S To Be Alleviated By Grazing Oi These Use M M Valuable Animals r Three thousandangora herded out on the brushcovered foothills of California are going to do some hard workfbr Uncle Sum during the corning two years beginning this sprinng The experiment will be unique both as a stock raising proposition and as an engineering and tree culture prdb lem Animals Great Value The little white animals whose long wool is of such great value are go ing to be out to no less a task than constructing mile after mile of fire line through the bushy chaparral growth in the National Forests sav ing much labor by the United States Forest Service engineers and making way for forestation by merchantable trees Not the latest important feat ure of the experiment Which for the first two years will be confined to the Lassen Forest is the fact that the task will be performed during the regular grazing they are doing a valuable work I To Run Fire Lines Plans for carrying on the work are outlined in a cooperative agreement drawn up by the Forest Service and the owner bf a band of angora goats grazing on the Lassen National Forest of California The scheme is to run fire lines parallel with the con tour of the slopes by cutting trails about eighty rods apart These trails are to serve as guides for the au orgas They will graze in each direction from the trails killing it IS estimated a strip of brush about 300 yards wide The wide lanes cut out and zarged by the goats will serve as ideal fire lines in protecting the for est covered lands lying beyond and around the chaparral areas and al A Good Fellow A ploy which thoroughly deserves its name as it is a Prince of Good Fellows among comedies Although the piece is one long laugh from start to finish itpis absolutely devoid of vulgarity and there is not a line in it to cause a blush You cantake your wife or your veetheart withoutfear COLORED COLUMN There was something doing at Castle Hall on last Friday night with the Uniform Rank of Ki of P bar Company 13 Second Regiment I BrunerSir Captain Louis Taylor Sir Knight Lieutenant Jessie Rees Sir Knight Hearold Authore W Taylor Sir Knight Recorder J Roy Hathaway J Sir K ightv Treasurer CaleW Cobb Captain Taylorthen appointed the following men c mmissioiiedo orgr- Y V so make a place for reproduction of merchantable trees- Clearing Ground For the past two years the govern permanentimprovements on Tin extensive scale end the con struction of fire lanes and trails has featinesing the ground and providing land perhapspected to tjome out of the experiment Travels Hundreds of Yards The proposed work of the angora goats may finally solve the chaparral problem which has been troublesome in the State of California for many years The bushy chapparal growth chokes out seedlings of valuable com mercial trees which may get a start and when dry is one of the worst kinds of ireiisks Often a small blaze which starts in it gains such headway in a few minutes as to travel hundreds of yards and tick into val uable stands of merchantable timber Loss By Forest Fires The protection to be afforded by the goatbuilt fire lanes therefore may at least bring relief to theState which in the past ha shad its full share of timber loss through destruc tive forest fires At the same time a large amount of chaparral will be killed out to make room for the growthof good trees that produce lumber If proVen successful at the endof two years the work will be carried to National Forests in other sections where chaparral has choked qut good forest trees mid created dangerous fire risk l1 FellOIAlice Williams in A Good Dun wereinstalljed of offence It is a comedy which ap peals to the intelligence and sentiment of the audience Youll like it It makes good It will make good with you that is if you want some thing different something to laugh at and remember A Good Fellow comes to the Winchester Opera House on Thursday February 11 Sir Knight Guard Chas P Morgan Sir Knight Sentinels Chester Skin nerQuartermaster Sargent Ic W Webb 5 i v z assleCorporalDow ney Wash Miller Rev T Timberlake will address the Madison County Business League to night at Richmond rPrjof jams So Hathaway president IThe Call of Companionship You often hear a lone child saif llwant some one to play with Elderly people often become lonesome and want some one to play with but aae afrtW tolaJ TO AtbliifoJiT S 1 Too Much Goods Too Little Money In order to equalize them we will for a while putoUT stock down at prices Unheard Of for CASH Our stock consists of everything in Groceries and Hardware and must be soldout quick so we have prices that will do the work Come early and Get What YOu Want Parrish Ca Bradley Perry Building Both Phones You Cannot Answer These Questions r 1Why do you continue bathing YOur knees and elbows one a a time when you can stretchout in a full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2 Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 7 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a throughtheOhio River i will It W well is list of the held each coun ties to 3rd Mon day I 2nd 1st 3rd 14th 4th Mon day 3rd 2nd 4th Mon JLst 4th 2nd Mon day 4th 3rd Mon ttLee 4tlt Mon 4 it e have dry yard when you can have it filled with green grass and flowers and can the same time get rid of the dust in the street suffer other cocoa when you have everything for the and health of your right in the house f 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lack of money but lack of and and to the most out of life klCWinchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Evenue tell you all about itYoull be at how An these privileges are Advance for Winchester s w Inewfor light and and for fans and other Let us give you estimates on and allsorts ofelectric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to Urothers is clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light IceJ INCORPORATED r P HACKETT GENL MGR P S W6 furnish Ice in Winter as as Summer JUST STARTEDO- ur Paint Shop with an expert painter We use thebest ofmaterial and the best Carriagesf T Sfrother Scott COUNTY COURT DAYS Below a days County Courts are month in tributary Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg BathOwingsviile Monday Bourbon Paris Monday Boyle Monday I13reathittWTCHESTER Monday Estill Irvine Monday Fayefrte Lexington Monday Fleming Flemingsburg dayaFranklin FranKfort Monday Garrard Lancaster Monday Grant Wiliiamstown HarrisonCYnthiana Monday Jessamine Nicholasville ay Beattyville tLincoln d2ndMon v ilyJmoDJitf I r 4Why a dismal = looking blooming at 5Why veniences can comfort family economy enterprise indifference getting Lexington surprised inexpensive RENT heat power motors this safe Co do of Jackson Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Mqnday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Monday Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday If Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday f I am prepared to graze and fod der town cows and horses during t February Also fodder for sale de= livered in town JOHN M WHEEL ER 283teod 4Of Learning Reading maketh a full man confer ence a ready man and writing an ea i act max and therefore if a mail write little he had wed of a great memory if he confer Jittle be na4 i need pare a precemt wit and If W read 1ittIe had heed hamuchcunmlng to Mem to know that bt dots 2aa raa cIII 1 t tillrflr Ts L v 4J i Ij ThI I J A4 11 d PVTf FPa i LiEWP4ESTfR WSJ rM iL TE WINCHESTER NEWS in Indeptmdent Newspaper Published by I The Winchester Incorporated News Co tomce South Main Street Kentucky Daily Except Sum ay loitered as secondclass matter Moiber 28 1D08 at the post office Winchester Kentucky under the ettjf March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES F Carrie Delivery 1Jaittone year 520 10 Isyab1e at office or to collector wy week Mall Delivery M year 300f- Sfafl months 150 month 25 payable in advance I j ADVERTISING RATES h Disnlay Per Inch Stime any edition 25 Ukfe times within one week 50 Dnv week continuously 100 ae calendar month JOO tour weeks four times a week 240 JPour weeks three times a week 180 JFonr weeks two times a week 120 Iou weeks one time a week 75 Tizjuk discounts3 months 10 per MIlt 6 months 25 per cent one jFMTj 33 13 per centVtrlfeading Notices Per Line uginess notices body type 7Vfcc Pme reading news headings lot NewPhoneHO9IS- ATURDAYFEBRUARY 6 1909 THANKS AND A KNOCK The editor of this paper has been under the weather the doctor says he just dodged pneumonia He holds natural gas responsible for most of his troubles it always seems to fail when The weather gets ldest and iwhen it is most needed When the editor builds His house in Winchester lie may remember natural gas for its cleanliness but its a cinch he installs somewhere around the house at least one gpod oldfashi ned coal fire Andwhile on the subject he Wants to Lilhis numerous friends for their aid and tenders of aid And the office force is all right The pa per came out on time and in better shape than if he had been on deck and everybody was cheerful and willing and helpful And only four months ago a daily paper was a mystery to every woman and man of the lot He particularly thanks President JTaylor arid Professor Shipp for their able and interesting editorialcontli Initio1s 4 COL JACK CHINN Wear for Col Jdek ChinnWe would like to live in Mercer county mid have the opportunity to vote to Yet n him to the Legislature Col JdChi made his c forthe NDemocratic ge to endeavor to secure an investiga tion of the charges against the State PrfqonV Commission Li his campaign for election he xeiterates his position It is refreshing to heaihidebound partisan liketlie Colonel confess I hold that a mini owes his State more than he owes his party and if the exposures that will follow my course brings disgrace upon Democrats that will be their fault and not mine because jf Democracy expects to live in Ken tucky it must rid itselfof the men who have helped to degrade it And the Colonel Jays his lance Vigainst the last Democratic citadel In Kentucky the Prison Commission It I ought to be legislated out of exist1 enfcnot because of its politics but beciseot its practices The pres entf Commissioners openly levied V tax of 5000 on the in the Election vof the DemocratiZtick et What Business has it with such affirs f is paid to take care ftf theunfortuhate wards of the State afadif does not seem to be doing it Every live American Common 1wcalthjg getting away from the pres entfcontract ysf niQ prison labo- riVhkpukt Kentucky ia jn the rear TJecaaSe of thep lltici e Tfce last Assemblyassaabipar tisxn law for jhe ggyernmeat of our harilable institutions mdvohexof the rst acts of the Republican 0 S member J from fu pe af 1g sueh4hhvinthj ebllaVfcdr cuffs done at the Asylum laundry andveg etables furnished to his table from the Asylunugarjdenv The trouble ittrkh the politicians whben running both parties in1 Kentucky so long as they think think the offices were made especially for then and hot that they are ser ivants of he peopyle trying jtp fill u sacred trust But to refrn to iS ol ChiniVilet makes some enable ichargesxagainst the Frankfort penitentiary4at a negro boy from Louisville Was whip ped so that lid died thatrompii have been cruelly whipped that the furnit urecompany now having at contract with the State for prison labor act ually runs the penitentiary and sets the convicts impossible tasks We nicfroii theTcfispatchcs oij fnndayt- hnfe the commissioners want an in t Ji H N 1vesugauonV 1nfliLowes it to herself and iicir names to e that a thor ough fair- land open Ibvesagation be had that Tim Legislative whitewash bevadmitiistered Let the facts b- eprobedPut Cot Chihri cii sn6li oI mittae If yen oneteijth otathe charges are true the present commis sionersjWiH b driven from public life It the charges are falseyiiescrnielis fairriamessiil6uld be cleared r But in any case the agitiltiorfiind investigation will bring nearer- the pay when Kentucky willrqahly treat lier criminals and her insaneas un fortunate wards of the State and jiof as means for exploitation by the Demr ocritic and Republican politidiahgi J TAXATION VV The appointment of the ta iqf91 mission by Governor Willson istL that should be co dedJyt lilt good citizens and it is hoped that it will lead to ipmortant changes in the lay relating to Revenue and TaxationV It is apparent to all students of the questions thAt our tafls ate no toriously unfair and inadequateand- that hiangVare necessary ifi the State of Kentucky ever VtdkV its proper place in tne line of prosperity We ire biidenedwith a xjtiuble systemof taxation which keeps for eign money outof the State and local money out of circulation Vi6 allude to the taxationiipfiiotes bonds mortgages and credits AIiOteViS a not property ih the strict sense Tis only an evidence of indebtedness Tflsell a farm to B for 500011Jj andk his note the mere taking of the note creates no property but un der tLhpresentlawVB would pay tai j esonjithe farm and A on thenpte4 Thus the State receives tax on 10 000 when there is only property of thevallieof5000 This isi dmaiii festly nfairIt is only Ol eothie LVmquy examples t V This system results in a higher rate of Interest and keeps foreign capital out of the State ariolj thereby lessens loans sales and l iovemebts Cit izeifs of 1htyill p ytto State- couity nitTifarl clI9ol2e15 taxes on qtcltiO0oiti of jaabIe property The holder of a note at anj intepfet rate of six pSfcent would rece e6 interest on eachjOi loaned less taxes 215 leaving a balance ofo385 J If ahe law were so changed as4 to exenijtnotes the h fubJtcrejirc t6fOur or fivcr efltin the eountrZ i and even lower n money centers with nderitThe taxable r erty woi llQ iiicreas6 because piieyou1d be foibrU easily procured ahdViiivegtment arid imr proyement would increase The tax laws shpuldi be changed So long as tliey remain as they are pow ICentuckiilI beiu the rear of the irosp i to iJ 9 tponer that wouldoflieflcisc cmekere forit lona ttdinteS1uent wj11see other States where th6 laws are ffairiid for the benen iX f the whopeppieB- eattyville t Entei1 rise MAY CHRISTIANS BOWL v The Interior Journal published at Stanford Ky gives in its last issue a cry interstm acctlunt of an Jm tcrtunment givcn the Mens LBthl- cChtssrlijts ptor andtehcr djfor men each tried their siqhlin knock ing pinsr O eva captained by PrMJ W Ireland Superintendent of theGraded SCholsscholar and active churqh worker the other by Clarence E Tale elder superintend ent of the Sunday Schoolsuccessful farmer and bank director and perhaps the most Broadly cultured man in Lincoln county Thevpersoneltof the temps were no doubt the soci land business associates of the captains This states the case fairly so that the Ieader may understand who the gentlemen who were lured into this pastime bf the VTV leader the pastor After a jo1yand hotly contested game the party repaired to the parsonage where refreshments were served and a social hour enjoyed Now the question that presents itself is whether this was the right thing for the right S oit of qV shepherd of the flock to do Now the most attractive feature about games is that they are essent solitarylpastor wants the men of his clmrch to study the Bible and this mustberdone in a class He evidently does not see any harm mj knockingdbwn pins and doing it well Then why do many pastors and ex cellent people taboo bowling andbil liards The reason is apparent While in every community Jheje are excellent men who engagetbese g4mes you can generally find these resorts the loafing place of thtf idler the petty gambler and the truant The young man who sponges on his parents the petty gamblqr1io ihaunts and disgraces the ball field or any plate where there is a contest in which he can wager a pittance and the boy who is neglecting his placesloioider with thebest sentiment ofi a community The father of a son yhp is the idle habitue of a place of amusement de ffii jfjsafeTherein qeitainly oine sane aiiQ such simple amusements as bovlingj pool and billiards without jdegiat iirig them into a common nuisance antl making them buideils o idleness anl rime LetVthe public demand just such management ANNOUNCEMENTS For MayorV We are authorized to announce J A HUGHESV as a candidate for Mayor sulijeclfc to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce STROTHERIas a candidate for Mayor of Win i chester subject to ihe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to annourice W 0 HOSKINS as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party fur City JudgeV We are authorized to announce JUDGE F P PENDLETON as a candid tefor City Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic partyVFor Chief of PoliceV We are authorized to announce WOODSON MCORD as a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party r City Collector A H We a elajithor zed fto annptiiTee Vf cHARRY W SCRIVENER 3 as a qandidatefpr City Collector of- Wrmchester1 subject to the action of emo raticiU ty t MOVED HIS SHOP I i Tom Cowan the popular barbers whowas burned outin the Court View Hotel fire would like to have hjsscustomers apdpia mends call on him in his newS shop in the Simpson and Hathawfiy building Ocean DepthtRFch In Radium Deeplying sediiiaetits of the ocean are often exception ally rich in radium 11 BUSY WKK fOR LEGiSLATORSr Three AntiJapanese Measures to Come Up for Action In California Sacramento Cal Feb 8AnU Japanese legislation will be to the fore this week m both branches of the legislature Two resolutions drawn by Grove L Johnson of Sacra mento and aimed at the island emperors subjects will be the subject of discussion in the assembly on Wed nesday one already passed segregat ing the Japanese in the public schools of the state and the other which was refused passage empowering munici palities to segregate in residential dis tricts all undesirable aliens whose presence might in the opinion boards of supervisors be inimical ofI the public health and morals of various communities affectedV Exclusion Bills Pending Portland Ore Feb48The doings of the California legislature in regard to the Japanese while followed with interest in this city are discussed but little Sentiment of nearly all classes is in favor of discouraging the Immigration of the Japanese and exclusion bills are pending or in course of prep aration in the legislature at Salem Public Is Apathetic Tacoma Wash Feb 8No inter est is taken in Tacoma in the anti Japanese agitation and the matter has not been discussed at any public gathering The newspayers commend President Roosevelt and Governor apatheticHearing OponsvTpmof row Cincinnati Feb 8The case of the governmentagainst the Union Pacilic railway company E H Harriman an others filed a year ago in the United States courts to break up what is claimed to be a merger of the Harriman lines is scheduled to be heard in this city tomorrow having been transferred to Cincinnati recently Fleet Passes Portuguese Port Cape St Vincent Portugal Feb 8 The American battleship fleet under command of Rear Admiral Sperry homeward bound from Gibraltar passed this point The flagship sig naled All well INDIANAPOLIS GOES AFTER AUTO RACES Speedway Company Organizes to Build Track Indianapolis ind Feb 8The- much talkedof speedway in Indianapolis to vie with the Vanderbilt and Savannah courses in attracting the worlds prominent automobile races materialized when the Indianapolis Motor Speedway company capital 250000 filed its articles of incorpor ation The track is only four and a half miles from the center of the city and is reached by train and trolley Contract has been made with the Aero club of Americathe National Balloon organizationto have the course finished by June 1 in order to serve as the starting point of the next national balloon meet which is to be held nVThe Indianapolis speedway is very hopeful of securng the national stock chassis race of 1909 soon after the completion of the track and has obtained trophies costing as high as 5000 each fn orderto lure the most famous of the worlds motqr racers to the international meets DENIS CONSOLIDATIONu President Stevens Speaksfor Chesa peake 4 Ohio Railroad Company Richmond Va Feb 8 President W Stevens of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad positively denied the rumor eminatin from Chicago to the effect that a great combination of railroads including the Chesapeake and Ohio was about to be formed Mr Stevens further stated that there no one in Chicago authorized to speak for the Chesapeake and Ohio Plans of Model License LeagueV Louisville Ky Feb 8The Na tional Model License league an or ganlzation of liquor interests and col lateral trades is planning to hold a series of sectional conventions throughout the United States to or ganize more thoroughly the trades in the various sections with the object of working for uniform license laws The first of these conventions will be held for the Pacific coast and Rocky Mountain slope at San Fran cisco next May Vessel Overdue New York Feb 8Failure of the fourmasted bark Fort George to a- Tr1vat Honolulu for which port she sailed from New York on July 26 last has given rise to fears for her safety At the offices of her agent here D B Dearborn it was stated that while the bark had not been given up for lost there were grounds for anxiety regarding her as she was about two months overdue Horseman Sentenced New Orleans Feb 8Mark Boas berg was declared guilty of violating the socalled Locke antiracing law at the suburban race track on Jan 22 and was sentenced to pay fine of 350 and seryfe even months in the parish prison by Judge Prentice Ed in the dlatrlctcourtof Jefferson parish r w N vs I I t jCHICAGQ BEGINS TODAY Lincoln Week to Be Well Observed inWindy City L Chicago Feb 8By the authority of the city council and the unanimous consent of the entire population today will inaugurate Lincoln week in- Chicago to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the president While every city and village in the state and especially Springfield will bedeck itself in flags and Lincoln portraits interest is particularly attended hare Because of the elaborateness of the program which beginning with Lin coln sermons yesterday will continue throughout every1 hour until midnight Saturday Displays of Lincoln portraits some of them 25 feet square exhibitions of civil war relics and patriotic band concerts will enliven the events The chief celebration will be on Friday when more than 50 separate meetings are scheduled New England In Line Boston Mass Feb 8New England fifty years ago the hotbed of abolition will pay a notable tribute this week to the great emancipatpr Abraham Lincoln in recognition ofI the hundredth anniversary of birth The author ofi he Battle Hymn of the Republic the venerableIMrs Julia Ward Howe poem written for the occasion at the Frijdaymade by Former Secretary of the Navy John D Long und others TEMPERANCE Flit WILL OPEN TODAY Indiana Legislators Are Lined Up For the Fray 4V Indianapolis Ind Feb 8Demo cratic leaders of the state legislature say the first action toward the at tempted repeal ofthecounty local op tion law will be taken in the house representatives late this afternoon or tomorrow morning Those who favor repeal will it is said take thir stand on the bill Ijitrothicedby R resent ttve Tomlinson instead of the Kleckner bill agreed upon in caucus The Tomlinson bill substitutes incor porated town and city ward local option for county option while teKleckner bill would provide for town ship and ward local option Senator Proctor of Elkhart who is author of the Tomlinson bill says the measure will rid more territory of sa loons than will the present Jaw He n1temperance seat cities Senator Proctor gives as an example the Wayne county dee tion Friday in which the temperance forces were defeated although all the townships except the one in which Richmond is located voted dry PROMISE ARREST SOON Chief of Dayton Police Says Nothing New in Fulhart Case Dayton O Feb 8With the exception of a microscopical examina tion of the stomach in search of pos sible traces of poison the final autop sy on the bodY of Elizabeth Fulbart of Vandalia Ohio Daytons latest murder victim failed to reveal the immediate cause of the girls death There were no traces of choking or fractures of the skull evidence of which were apparent in the other five tragedies in which girls were the vic timsto The only tangible theory left the police say is that the girl may have been drugged which accidentally proved fatal and the body thrown in to the abandoned cistern to cover up the traces of the crime and the crim inalVVROY Cooley who was a close friend of Miss Fulhart and who was detained by the police for examination was released Albertt Wilkie tbs re puted to be the girls fiance is soon to be released Chief Allaback said There is absolutely nothing new I believe nc ever we will make at least one attest early this week DdNATE TO ORPHANAGE American Red Crocr Helps Project tarted by Queen Helena Rome Feb SItis officially an nounced that the American National Rel Cross through Ambassador Grls I con has put 250000 at the disposal of the committee dfganized by Queen Helena which has undertaken the es tablishment of an orphanage to be devoted to the care of children left homeless and without parents by the earthquake disaster The institution will be called the American Red Cros- soiphanagezntt it is intended to bring up the children at agriculturalists Einht Men to Be Hanged t Baton Rouge LSI FeLFrlday March 5 will be hangmans day in Louisiana Eight men the largest number to be executed on one day in the criminal records of Louisiana fOrmany years past will be hanged at that time unless their executions are stayed which now seems Improbable St1rdsWashing1oB vote of HI to 182the houserefused to repeal tbs nati albankruptc law I J Inm A NECESSITY 1 ijiI Small Retailers Fixed Permanently Factors in Social Life fIThere are pessimists who view with alarm the revolutionary forces at work in the business world Thesepeople of narrow views solemnly announce that within a few years there Will be no place for the small retailers that the socalled country merchant will be driven out of business and willbe sup planted by large concerns that will have the trade which Is now divided among dozen or nor small stores Some of them go so far in their dble ful predictions as to predict that the- business of the country will be trans acted in the larger clUes and that the country town shall become a thing of the pastV These woeful prophets fail to take Into consideration the force of natural law in the social and the business world They are illogical enough not economyIof least resistance Citizens and townsV exist upon economic foundations On the virgin western plains a small col ony of settlers seek homes The wants and necessities of these set tIers must be supplied The result is the establishment of a store at a cen tral point In the new colony This store becomes the nucleus of ai town a city In embryo As other settlers come In the town grows more Important new industries are established local government is organized roads radiate from the place banks and other financial institutions are estab hshed and here we have a thriving town createdVThis town exists because there Is aV necessity for its existence and this necessity is the workingoutof economic laws Wherever communi ties exist tradesmen will exist heiI are a necessary part of the social and business life They are necessryV agents in- the distribution of cernV 1modities They are the outgrowth of thousands of years of commer BUpIany r system Large stores of the department kind may grow upWheare also a necessity and are revolutionary in character but there will ever remain a place for the small store it matters not how large the city or how small the townV i VFREE PREMIUM DEAL GetRichQuick Concern PutfBusiness by Postal Department fr Verily fishing Is good for the catch ers gudgeons and the various otheV kinds of suckers They are caught bf every class and kind and so numerous are they that the post office depart ment of the government pays put protectpersotlsfromquestion Yet it Is one of the be nign features of our government ma chinery to protect children women fools and incompetents in general and as far as possible punish those who make any department of government the means of defrauding them Re cently a fraud order was Issued against a New York city mail order concern claiming to be dealers In any kind bf merchandise It hid been doing an extensive business 1d in the possession of the New York postmaster when the order went Into effect were 5000 letters eachfwhich was supposed to contain 88 cents to pay packing charges on a beai4ifulsilveranteed quadruple silver plate These articled had cost the concern 30 cOats each The letters in the post office addressed to the company were in response to a circular which In formed the lucky person that you answered a premium offer some timeV ago and we have just completed the list of the fortunate ones who may receive presentS and are no iready to ship them Your name Is on the list and this notice Is sent that you may claim the present Then the gen tIe touch of 88 cents was made to Jcover expense of packl giThls is qnly one of hundreds of similar con cerns which cause the post office de partment great annoyance and thV unsuspecting heavy losses jv v CoOperative Scheme One of the latest grafts to gatherMn the farmers is the cooperative store game The field for this work Is pro lific the west has had prosperltythat has filled the pockets of many firm ers and it has made them greedy for more and easy victims fojc the man who has a scheme that promises a I field for investment and the saving of more dollars The cooperative store is a plan that takes and everywhere- a success has been made of a coopera tie elevator or similar enterprise that may be In the farmers line the promoter of the cooperative store gets b ytIt onlyMjIttle stopic- jslbedtor sub i1lt 4r itg1eg- tejnothoter id- si4g hhs7 r rt and th jobaw9u ikat- ar hebind the m 4 wi1l have things t1eIrop W keioff is ink uhdgpllt1 Ilcentage of profit The Alary ot t manager and the Ierkgtakeg tip kebig share of the fpofiii b tU kgAas a showing of earnings canb made I the scheme succeecfs aria the Vjreswlftr1 stores find business dull Dozen oC stores of this clasp have failed with in the past few years I A TIp Neve Hotxny worrylfaj today tfcftt can be put oft till tomorrow 4 pX 4 t4Y l 4TI I h 1THE WINCHESTER NEWS a PHi Flw 1s6GrETYI 1 t ThFQrhngbty Literary Club will xieetwiili Mrs P B Wentworth this afternoon The Little Colonel Readers will meet with Miss Emma Thomson Sat urday afterriodn The Cobking5 Club ivill meet with Miss KaTleen Earpon Saturday af ternoQn 7 The Daughters of the American Revolution will have a slating party Friday evening February 12 Thk gir swill have a Saxton Trost dance on February 22 Tlitr following invitations have been received 1889 x J S 190J John M Jenkins and rr Annie R Senieur Inquest the honor of your presence VVon the Twentieth Anniversary 0 of their marriage Saturday evening February the twentyseventh lfrom five until tenthirty oclock Winchester Ky- Pleasereply V I li eresting Event An cveat of unusual interest to any W5z ih theeperformance given at the Lexington Opera Hmnse on Wednesdays Febru ary 10 iByjthe University of Virginia Dramatis Clubof their new comic opera IDhe King of Kong The compttngconsisting of some sixty students will arrive in Lexington on e t T Hnesday mOm trig can their private Pullman car carrjslng then own onehestra scenery anil all stage tJut which preXessional troupes employ Allthcparlts nr tire castant chorus are tob1nlll 1students incltwlfejg twentyiijiai1 iSmnale roles and bxa recentpedrmance given in Richmond Va the xbally truly di rectcSBB gowns wonn qffh leading ladYcreated a tJSsfincSt sensation A number of entcstaiiunoiits will be gives Iby the Lexington Alnmni for the NTiting undergpratluates including a recBjption at theiConntny Cluband a smoker at the EDIks Obi It is proposed to run a peciHl train from Wini tester and fire Jlocal Alumni of this mistitutipn haw tnken sate matter in charge There oottbe aaaumber of box parties for ifeQving oj Kong Amtaiy them wilt 52 tone df fie ernor t Willson an old student of the Uni veiy of Virginia and IllS staff Mr Lewis Hampton of tliis city will have a box and his guests will be Miss Jay DaingerThJdof Lexington and SUiss Ethel lmmus Uirv Gilbert Buradit of LouiBillLe Mr F A Daiiigerfield of Lexington and Dr Rob ittV Rosser of Washington D C SurIxisr arty Ope of the most ejoyabfe events urpriseDarty rYLeagareevening at their beintiful eouiitry Tionieuf81emvoodxfanous for its wild atnfiJiatural beat try Thegjuests were eliarminglv reeuivcd oy Mr and Miss Gdlften in the 3bd3 attractive in its ftusiidhings Intarestins games bouaafrer I C tl were served Those present were Misses Minnie Watts Lottie Young Annie Mary Robinson Ada McD6nald Emma ChristoInherHattie Gatson Mattie HoganV and Emma Elkin Messrs Leonard Rye Walter Stipp Jesse Hogan Oscar Green Cleveland Watts Ray Rupard Claude McDonald larence Hogan Ml Rupard Wallace Burgher Will McDbnald William Golden tt Little Colonel Readers JThe Little Colonel Readers had a mpstiriterestihg meeting with Miss Louise Haggard on Saturday after noon These young ladies are reading the Little Colonel books with a great deal of interest They take rttne about reading and in that way ft gives them a talent for ieading aloud dnd a finish that few fusolderones i ave Whim they finished the rprQgrani for the2 afternoon deI delicious refreshments were Served Those present for the afternoon here Misses Fravaes Pendleton Julia Guitsi ill o MyiftTh Spencer Emma Thomson FfelSn Ford tfrtfa Lee Boone Ida Walden nnd Millie Boone f I JrCooking Club Anlj1of she little gins around town hae formed a Cooking Club These young ladies are now prepar splendidhousewives it Tlss is art accomplisltment which is hotia jquirednna day Eact of the members prepare some oae thing each time std take it to the home of the 4ri with whom they inset The last neeting was with Miss Marie Bloom IcIdon Saturday Rimes were in uljsoS in until they were tired and hungry and then Sray spread the on a table aorfl eating picnic Iianlis The hours are always enji ones and must pleasantly spent Miss Blooifields guests for Virgiuia1Balfiwin othy Porter Eliza tfih Stewart Dvii Gmn s Allen Kathhjen Eaip Majni iSconAener and CafhBrine Hughes and Social ml1nafternoon They made a study tdf jKieife at this meriting and it WAS juanaaally interesting Mrs Wnne 1tihejillejrentlored some beautiful piano solos luncheon was servedand Ykpmtt1J1eIfe Mrs VilliamilP French Miss es lnma Mae HisSe Margaret Spfcr FIani2a3 Smith Sale Goodloe Bentmi jRidhie Lane Ilia yard Lucy Stew t tt Ivatfliaiine Nelson Anna Dudley MHT Taint NcKillleyAJitre and Owen Inr Jter Oay Croxton sand Emma Lge Taylor ci Sri dJ MIVbus Brooks gave one of ha deligMffiiil affairs tin Saturday after noon hen she entertained a fexrf + UC r Opportunity KnocksI at Every Ones DoorOnce We are gEvnag you am ppportunity ito get what you I waaat at your own price y i IIII BOWEN lightfuland ILiterary Jeweler and Optkran fill I Green Trading Stamps With THeee Prices m art Beautiful Line of New Rugs t An all the latestpatterns- andw y s Minpst arty size at almost any price flr 9sJ Rugst- ram 5SO p it SEE OUR NEW SPRING STOCK W give S JH Green Trad ing Stamps 1 4The Win n Purniture 6ot IJ j friends at Bridge at her suite ot beautiful roomsV on South Main street The charming hostess was assisted in entertamin1her guests by Mrs Wi1so nand Perry of Maysville Throughout the after = noon delicious eggnog wserved to the guests and the hours were very delightfully spent Mrs Brooks guests for the afternoon were Mrs Wilson aril Mrs Perry of Maysville Mrs Carrie Buckner Mrs BV W Troy of Ashe ville N C Miss Susan Buckner Miss Mary Niely of Lexmgtpn Mrs P B Winn Mrs Strauder Goff Mrs Ed Clarke Mrs James Vedder Mrs Wy lie Poynter Mrs John Bean Mrs Lee Evans and Mrs Ed MitcHell The Mental Culture Club will meet Wednesday afternoon of this week with Mrs John Dans in tead of with Mrs Lucien Beckner as was first announced The subjects taken up by the club are Renasisances and Mod ern Art Papers will be read by Mrs John Davis and Mrs Owen Fitch 0 f- oPERSONALS Mrs Mayme Richardson of Mays yule is here to see Mrs Jeff Suth erland who remains nuite ill Mrs Gus Brooks and her guests Mrs Wilson and MrsPerryof Mays villa spent today in Lexington Mr A Hood Hampton Jr a stu dent of University of Virginia and a member of the chorus Kinof rKongw spend Wednesday in Win thc guests of hispa ents MI and Mrs Andrew Hampton e Mn and Mrs W L Simms of Far well Texas are being congratulated upon the arrival of a fine boy oiv January 3l 1909V tdr their home Mrs Simms was formerly Miss Betsy Brie of Winchester Mr Charles Hagan Is in Chicago attending the Automobile Show Tfe frienils of Mr W ABeatty aie clad to know that he is able to lye ait the office again Miss Golden Day left Friday for iHr Sterling for a few days visit iMr Roger Bryau is Ut Mrs Jack McCbrd rerun ed home Saturday froma visit to her mother Mrs Allen Prevritt of Mt Sterling Mr Waller Squires of Lexington as the guest of Mar George 0 Tebbs for a few days Mr and Mrs r e itt Harris1 of Lexington came Safuiu3jry to be the weekend guesfc of rand Mrs 01 E Bush Miss Ethel Thomas me turned Sun day night from OTU extended visit to Miss Kate Spe MontgomeryyAla Miss Tho wjts a tucky belle niiiale these Quite a num ber of beaui2ni entoiiiainments were given for her Mrsi TanGY Chenadlt of Mt Ster ling is the gritest of Iher sister Mrs Frank Jackson Saturdaydiana Mrs J EL iRqyritcr left today for Cincinnati oETbusinessI Mrs Poynter will meet Miss Edna Strieker of Cin lesdayforChicago Mr William Hidkman Beckner of North Carolina is here the guest of Judge W M Beclaier Miss Lilla Phelps spent from Saturday until Manday art Lexington Miss Mary NMy of Lexington is the guest of Ills Susan Buckner Miss Sara Beverly 5puett is visit ing friends iii iLexingtgn Mr and PtSlI Ashbrook were weekendgucste wirthyrdkctives in Gyn thiana Rev Burns of Qneidawas here for a fv dais Ieek Miss Baker oTijexfn toQi was here Saturday and Sun ay Mr James Eliin was in town Sat way and Sundaty M Joe OBrim spent Stunday in Lexington with his mother t MAY SUE THE CITY Sunday morning one of our nice young men had his shoes blacked and started for the Union Depot to take an early train for another city He was going to see Ms best girl He undertook to make a near cut going by the way of Highland street At the north endof Highland street he was blocked could not get through the mud Returning south one square then west hire square lie crossed Main street and went north one square to the C 0 Railroad Here he met the same difficulty could not get across Main street Returning south one square witha view of trying the other side of ltfaIisire t tU train passed and he was left He tried to explain to the young lady over the telephone now he came to be left but it was not accepted The young lady said he had been talking about what a good town Win Chester was ever sincehe had been coming to see herarid she didnot be here a word of it He fear smj cbaof prom ise and thaLtiL the case s thCrtyIordamages U1Y lsVQ fANDi Will Cntestat Skating Races In New York Tonight New York Feb SIn the St Nich olas skating rink in this city tonight the pick of the countrys amateur skaters will meet The events will be the half mile and one mile inter national championship races and a special one mile race Class A hand leap limit 100 yards There will also he a half mile race for novices Among the entrances in the races are Edmund Lamy the amateur champion Lot Roe and Fred Ri son considered Canadas fastest men on the runners O Bush of Montreal one of the speediest skaters in North America despite the fact that he is r anus an arm Clarence Granges and Phil Kearney the local cracks Anderson and Kaad of Chicago Fisher of Milwaukee Ahlroth of Duluth and a lot of others Aged Merchant a Suicide Mansfield 0 Feb 8 OlIver B Fouke 72 a prominent business mall committed suicide by shooting him self He wrote a letter to his wife saying so old a man as he was was a burden to his family and should not be permitted to live Contributes to Black Hand Columbus 6 Feb 8 Rather than risk the vengeance of the Black Hand Peter Jetka an Italian fruit dealer paid that organization 1000 accord Ing to information given the police MANIAC KILLS TWO AND WOUNDS THREE Starts Murderous Career With Attack on Brother Shelbourne OntFebBTwo persons dead and three so seriously injured they may not recover is the result of murderous attacks made by George Stewart ayoung farmer of Maple Valley Stewart who Is men tally unbalanced was staying with his brother at Reddickvllle and started out with a rifle His brother attempt ed to restrain him and was attacked and beaten but not seriously injured Stewart then went to the nearby home of John Spanhouse and firdd upon Mrs Spanhouse twice wounding her in the eye and arm Her hus band rushed to her assistance and was shot dead A son James who was sleeping upstairs raa down at the sounds of the shots and Stewart whose rifle was empty beat out his brains with the butt of the weapon He then started for his own tora housebrwas absent Here he attacked the hired man George Beaumont and tbe housekeeper Mrs Gowans with the empty weapon beating them both in conscious and fracturing the roans skull He then fled to his rather borne at Maple Valley where he wan arrested Fallinn Boom Crushes Three New York Feb SA falling boom on the steamer Graf Waldersee lying a1 her pier in Hoboken killed one man and injured iwo others both probably fatally The men wire at work handling a booms derrick when the cable gave way and the boom fell upon them Gustav Miller of Hoboken was found dead with his skull crush od Otto Manlber and Otto Mehner both of Hoboken were injured badly ORDERED TO LEAVE Negroes Threatened With Death by- Georrla Night Riders Vaycross GaFeb i Excitement- was caused Pt Pearson a small stat tion thirty miles northwest of Way cross when It became known that five negroes employed by the Atlantic Coast line railroad in building a new depot at that place had received ridersJdeath would be meted out to ahem Spider1 Bite Causes Desffh Xenia Feb 8Blood poisoning paused by the bite of a spider Tesult ed in the death of Solomon Sw5gart 77a wellknown farmer Axle Works Burned Carlisle Pa Feb SThe Ltfcarrt Axle Works were burned entailing a loss of about 125000 insurance 37000 j THE MEAT Of IT j While temporarily insane W J Senter for 40 years a LakeShore Michigan Centra lencineertlcpmmitted suicide at Ashtabula Qr Mrs Mary Wharton 70 committed suicide by leaping from a second story window at the Home for the Aged Columbus O drop Selbach well known In major and minor league circles IsVnegotiat Jngr for the purchase of the Newark franchise in the Ohio State league Miss Minnie Walsh of Toledo1 Cu has sued State Senator Daniel R Mooney otStr Marys for 10000 for alleged breach of promise Patrolman Freitoge of New Or leans arrested his wife when he naught her engaged in a quarrel with neighbor woman Twenty boys ranging in age from 8 to 12 Y r8re under arrest at Youngstown 0 charged with steal ing 2000 worth of goods from a rest dence that was closed lor the winter f 1SIVAN- DYOUNG MEN tit We have the new Spring Plats made by Win P Martague in tHe w new shades of Green Silver Pearl gingerydashyoung man who wants distinctive rv andexclusivestyles in hiss head wear most popular Styles will be the PinchedandCress edn Crown effects For te New Hats You Want to See Us r McCORD SMITH 6 PHILLIPS TO DRESS WELL ON LITTLE Decidedly Hard to Accomplish But Can Be Dong 4 The girl who must dress on a small income gets much well meant advice as to accomplishing that difficult feat Perhaps she is told that no matter how plain are ones clothes she must always be well shod and well gloved or the changes are rung on the ad vantages of one good tailor suit a yearThis advice is good as far as it goes but nothing is said of the times when the money that should be put into shoes and gloves must be diverted to unexpected doctor bills or to help out n the rent Then the shabbiness of gloves mus be covered as best It may and vill have to be patched for longer wear To get new shoes at the same Ime as new gloves is often an Im possibility and one is frequently drab by before the money can be raised to buy the A good otherIory Is e t luen3 beyond the average girls in ore Either she must buy a cheap ul which fades or shrinks In the first hard storm or if a good suit is bought me year it will have to serve as best for several seasons To dress well on a limited income Is far from being as easy as it sounds and the girl who can accomplish it bas nerd of much ingenuity thrift and neatness She will have to weigh well her buy ng forswear show for utility and ge clothes that are inconspicuous rather than in the height of style Having made her purchases she must make them last to their utmost time limit by constant care and make np fur deficiencies of cut and material by an erect carriage and a winning man ner FINE BOAT FOR LITTLE LADY In Dark Gray Wool with Attractive Trimming of Fur y TTbc cot on this winsome totis of diark gray wool with collar and cuffs ot fecFwx otter The little otter muff dliqplays a frill of matching velvet while her furry grass beaver hat car f rjespnt tire color scheme with a baud RpsettesofesjpK early from which golden carIz peep fortfe ia the most adorable masher Tie same rosette on one side of the hat aMc a Freichy touch with its pick rae heart Meumtng Exterior zagBs tgreat afflictions are for the ttra r as r saausoleums are for the mod they Ita attest more conceit thaatsonew me Tirtee Chateau braa sC Jt iiv K8H3SWOOD KY Tle second term began at iog wood Cold gge January 15 Wi fhri4i6f pupils enrolled f W J JEarney closed a ten day meeting here Sunday night with over twentyfive conversions v Rev J W Hughes and wife and little daugnter Mary left this mornin agmonth Lena Williams of O wensbproj t who has been in school here was compelled to go home on account of her health tMr Elibu Medor who has been siCK for two months with fayerand lagrippe is improving slowlqV Rev B T Flanery is holding a meeting in Illinois John Stone and Thomas Adams lf Ruckerville were here the Unit the week on business The funeral of Mr Robert Glass cock who died of consumption was preached at Mt Ziun church by Rev Hardman JBoyd v j Miss Emma Powell is ill of tmnmpsRev Boyd Hardman bouRha fiyey earold mare from Mr Den ton for 1140 fv pondtf H T Roberts bought one cow from J W Hughes for X30V Mrs Flaning of Tenne66eeyi bought farm from J W Hugh for 1750IRezin Hardman of Wades Mllr bought three lots from J V7ri Hughes for X200 threeelots for 200 He is having a house erected on one of them which will be occupied by Qllie flardman The house that is being built by of Mr C L Hall of Louisville is nearing completion v Mr Boyd Sapp bought a house 750and14 Rev J W Gree has taken up a supply work ia Williamsburg1 TOVThehaps not riglt 17o called EG TM t place over the cockn range buthpV i is the recording anl of the Jfil tonotethefamily and report them to be spds r at the ena of every month L 0 auyear too he goes to heaven in 9 son and nirikes his annual report Ponce a year the family prostrate them selves feefoie him carry him in pro cession and finally burn him while crackers arA fired Ancient Ink Better Than Ours The question of making durable ink todayObserveyears old and one will notice that Jn all probability the writing has faded to a brown color and is very india tinct Go to any large museum and thept l thedaYibefore Had True Savor of the Sea J p heharvestchurch Cornwall the walls from dhto end were draped with fishing tieti T while lobster pots and packjng rtrels occupied the window spaces i Shoplifters Clever Device f j When a woman with an infant rlm her arms was det cte th JIIteaUnshe pleaded that she was utterlY d s titute and had taken the shawl is keep the baby warni But tke Iwttec prov dto bea hollow tin rollcorttat ins stolon article iJ nt rit I r t c r 1 1 r Ii r J THE WINCHESTER NEWS 0 a r The RpuriWp r I i 1 tARomance of Arizona T Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama IBy JOHN MURRAY and MILLS MILLER lt Copyright 1908 by G W DI1I1 ham Co r- O 1 t + why shut her eyes as if to blot out ifcBcture Its reality almost over fered her Sttddenly he raised his eyes to wSae she resumed after a pause It fns Dick 2a her excitement she had arisen retching out her arms as if to ward cC an appal itlon r lipsJlltJfefrnming pelf to his feet he came toward sac Yfitb his arms outstretched Then other form appeared between us Ming to keep him back They fought ire under the burning sun in the hot dotof the desert until at last one was crushed to earth The victor raised JSsulilce to mine andit was Jack Echo burled her face in her jbands 11ofJber fright That was a sure enough ightmare If Id a dream like that iFi wake up the whole house yappin Ke a coyote As the commonplace ever intrudes othe unusual so a knock on the door relieved the tension of the sit WHtfou It was Slim He did not wait JBC an invitation to enter but opening llaedoor asked Can I come in 1 Sure come in cried Polly glad to foal any excuse to shake off the de gression of Echos dream Howdy Mrs tfqyson Just come vns to see Jack was the jolly sher SPk greeting Ses down at the corral she In Jfanned him Mrs Allen hurried in from the kitch aa at this moment calling Echoes rase here an look at this here cake 3R looks as if It had beensot on Sfcho closed the lid of the piano and caOed her mothers attention to the presence of Slim Hoover How dye do Slim Hopver You XDJglit have left some of that dust out llPITile sheriff was greatly embarrassed ly her chiding In his ride from SSwence to the Sweetwater the alkali Odd sand stirred up by the hoofs of ttbe horses had settled on his hat and waistcoat so freely that his clothing tea assumed a nerutral gray tone dove which his sun tanned face and fed hair loomed like the moon in a f g Josephines scolding drove him to brush his shoulders with his itaislng a cloud of dust about hi sM bea Stop it Mrs Allen shouted shrilly Siun HooverIf your brains was dy mIte you couldnt blow the top of 3 ar head off Polly was greatly amused by Slims counter with the cleanly Mrs Allen film stood with open mouth watch Jag Mrs Allen flounce out of the room after Echo who was trying in vain IB suppress her laughter Turning to- llily he said Aint seen you in some na Slim was thankful that the girl wash aerated at the table with her back to Sim Somehow or other he found her oM speak to her more freely when jabe Was not looking at him Thats 801 she challenged Come i ie the KotbirthdayIPolly glanced at him over her shonl tier The look was too much for Slim Ietnmedaway to hide his embarrass z eat Partly recovering from his lasZifoIness he coughed preparatory to speaking But polly had vanished jibs fine looks sheepishly for the ma 2aars disappearing coinso SU- mp at floor and ceiling as if the gir- lIIf pop up anywhere Spying an eapty chair behind him he sank into Itflngerly and awkwardly Meantime Polly returned wifha limonr and began sweeping out the 5cteiices of Slims visit She spoke sgrin Get them holdups yet that killed old Man TeiTlll 1 she asked lot yet But we had a new sHootin awn our town yesterday Slime was doing his best to make tpelphimWIldTiat so was her reply Spotted Taylor shot two China Ir irps curiosity was aroused herfarccpfug for a moment Just give the new graveyard a TziSlim chuckled P fly joined in his merriment Spotted Taylor was always a public pfrited citizen was her comment fie sure was assented Slim Oct up there I want to sweep un er that chair Polly brushed SUms feet with the broom vigorously With BM elaborate Excuse me Slim arose tat reseated himself in another chair sTfrectly in the pathway of Pollys fcwein set out of there too she cried mocks There aint any room form r ItOWhe 7he muttered disgusted Yen shouldnt tike up so much o- fk M n attempted to take a cleat oh the JpcksINidJugJIiPf o hin In time Look out she 0 l iexik That chair waJin jtxbnilt for fcTftsflTgrown man Uke you Jlten nerYOuslT replaced the ifihMc t 7 4 r before a wri Ing desk Polly wielded her broom alrut the feet of the sher 1Iff Who danced clumsily about trying avoid her Youre Just tryln to sweep me out of here he complained Well if you will bring dust In with you you must expect tobe swept out Polly replied with a show of spirit Polly was shaking the mat vigorpus ly at the door when Slim said I see they buried Poker Bill this mornlnV Is he dead1 It was the first Polly had heard of the passing away of one of the characters of the territory She had expressed her surprise In the form of an interrogation emphasizing the he a colloquialism of the south west Slim however had chosen to ignore the manner of speech and with a grin answered Yees Thats why they burled him Polly laughed In spite of herself What did he die of1 She asked As Slim was about to take a drink at theolla he failed to hear h Ehhe grunted What did he die of she repeated five aces wasthe sober reply of the sheriff before he drained the gourd Polly put the broom back of the dog and was rearranging the articles on the table before Slim could muster up enough courage to speak on the topic which was always uppermost in his mind when In her presence Say Miss Polly he began IIleslimbothered today all the funs an things saucily advised the girl Well what I want to say Is be gan the sheriff At this moment Bud Lane laboring openIto Polly Shucks exclaimed the disappointed sheriff Whats the row I dont know Buck McKee hes there with some of the Lazy K outfit They want to see you Slim threw himself out of the door the1IUCkhe almost shouted at the girl Polly stamped her fodt in anger at what seemed to her to be a totally ir Five aces was the sober reply of the sheriff relevant question to the lovemaking she expected How do I knowshe angrily replied If that Is all you come to see me for you can go an ask madIbrow left the bewildered Bud stand ing in the center of the room askin himself what It was all about The sound of the voices of disputin- men floated In from the corral Bud heard them and comprehended Its significance Its all up with me he cried i mortal terror BuckSlcKee has stir red up the suspicion against Jac Paysqn Jack paid off his mortgage nnd they want to know where he rais ed the money Well Jack can telL If he cant Ill confess the whole busi nessI wont let him suffer for mo Buck shant let an innocent man hang for what weve done The Sound of footsteps on the piazza and the opening of the door drove Bud t6 take refuge in an adjoining room where he could overhear all that wa happening He closed the door as the cowpunchers entered with Slim at their head To be Continued Have Use for Old Piling There has been secured by a New York state pulp company an option on 600000 cords of sunken pine piling now lying submerged in the Rlde u river and lakes back of Kingston Ontario Canada The piling was sunk about 80 years ago when the Rideau river was a center of commercial activ ity The piling will be converted by a chemical process into the finest grades of stationery It Ignited t Little Rollie four years old came to the table where we had tomato soup of which he is very fond Being very hungry he could not walt for it to cool but hastily ate two or three spoonfuls then laying down his spoon he exclaimed My dnesstthat soup is to hotit makes sparks ill down me Delineator h F E T OUR COUNTRY BOYS CHANCES THAT THEY SOME xTIME5 OVERLOOK BRAINS FOR THE BIG CITIES L Opportunities for the RuralBorn Youth to Gain Success by Making His Start in His Home Town There is no use in complaining be cause you perhaps were born on a farm and fortune destined that you must get your initial business experience in the fourcorners grocery store or some other business estab lishment in the home town The aver age country boy has a kind of hanker ing for city life and for a chance to climb to the front Some however never stop to think that if they are built of the proper material they will drift there without Tealizing the change Yes the country town is the kindergarten of success and if you dont make a winning there you might as well make up your mind to- go back t3 the plow Business men much like poets are born not made and ilone has not the talents requisite for success in mercantile life he will hive a hard road to success Business principles are the same the world over and the little country store affords the gaining of knowledge that isnecessary to the winner The most successful merchants in the world gained their start in the country store The greatest statesmen found their ambitions while following the plow Then the country boy should not be sorry that he isnot ins the big city The one with brains and ability in these days will win out The country is the fertile field for the growing of brains for city use Therein is held in reserve the energy that goes to move the world of business Study into the lives of the great men of today and you will find three fourths of the most suc farmsndare a countrystore clerk be thankful and if you use honest endeavor in time you will find that instead of you seeking the city the city will be seek- Ing you Merit always finds its re ward What you learn learn well Be thorough in everything you do Better bea good grocery clerk than a poor lawyer Better be a good plow boy than a poor clerk Brains backed up by industry and honesty of purpose are essential to success Hours spent in study of whatever business you may enter are hours well spent You can never learn too much if you only learn rIghtly Ambition Is one of the things that assists in working wonders Have an aim In life and let that aim be your loftiest ideal Once you decide upon a worthy accom plishment never rest until you succeed The small country store or busi ness place gives splendid opportunity to study It has advantages that the city store never affords There are spare oments that can bprofitably utilized Make the best of them and remember that a wellstored mind is great capital in business and the talent that enables you to make the best of what you know is an important factor Study improve every minute dont grumble keep at work and your chance will comeD M CARR KEEP TO THE FRONT Energy and Progressiveness Demand ed by Present Strenuous Times Do you hear the rumble The noise of the wheels of the car of progress If you are deaf to it just make Tip thegtogtelligent work and a lot of it System Is the watchword and work work whatnare so many are1sto succeed It Is necessary that every phase of the business you are in be understood What rules today undergo a change tomorrow man in business must be upto TheI very likely he will soon be the Keep posted on the markets the con itions of trade in general on the latest methods of doing business If you do notwell just put your name on the backnumber list and drop out The stfoner the better for your own yourfamilyDont keep In the rear of the pro cession There is plenty of room up front Once in the rear you may be inclined still to further lag behind and let the procession get clear out of sigh Lots of room in the front and i if you can carry the banner all the better Good old StepLively Is al ways there and he can hear every command and Tight from the front boa He can watch the maneuvers of the enemy and has b far the best chance of doing his duty well The boy in the rear can only see the movements of those before him and is pretty likely to get a stray shot from a point outside his view If you want to succeed in life dont get in the rear Sounded Like It Mrs de Style HsU ing to daughter practicing en pianoShure Patrick music iaths food of tore Qe Styl Tooi fa in Thin tkpt mast Ira sieak Marys j undi ox tk 5 q Jf r Ii r Is St Lincoln the Man of Mercy 1801The Uncoil Centenary = I9091 By JAMES A EDGERTONI Copyright 1909 by American Press Asso ciatlonj F all Mr Lin O coins titles to fame that of the liberator is the most enduring Of fill his qualities that will endear him to the heart of the Tu ture that of his mercy though the gentlest will be most ful The hearts of men are moved to him whose heart is moved to others The pic ture of Lincoln that will be long est treasuredwill be that of his shedding tears over the case of some mother whose soldier boy BLESSED BY THE had been sen TEARS OF A HUM tenced to death BLE MOTHEB The most Immortal words that flowed from his pen were his signature to the emancipation proclamation and to the innumerable pardons which set the prisoners free strainedItfrom heaven Upon the place beneath It Is twice blessed It blesseth him that gives and him that takes Tis mightiest In the mighty It becomes The throned monarch bettor than his crown And earthly power doth then show llkest Gods When mercy seasons Justice So sang Lincolns favorite poet Shakespeare Measured by this standard presidentwastory for he showed most mercy War and force we have had long The world does not need these What she does need is love The disinterested divine compassion that would do good to all men that would pardon the offender that would take the chain from all hands and the tears from all eyes It Is this for which humanity suffereth long and Is kind love envleth not love vaunteth not itself Is not puffed up doth not behave Itself un seemly seeketh not its own is not pro voked thinketh no evil rejolceth not in unrighteousness out rejoiceth with the truth beareth all things beileveth all things hppeth all things endureth all thingsOf Pauls Immortal picture of love Abraham Lincoln was the most perfect incarnation seen in modern times In his own life few men have been more righteous than he It would be hard to place a finger on a single Saw in his conduct or his public or private morals At the same time few have been so Indulgent or forgiving o lapses in others Meanness or injus tice aroused him to sudden fury but mere weakness and human stumblings found him ever compassionate Judge Bates Lincolns attorney gen eral once said of his chief He lacks but one thing His defi ciency is in the element of will 1 have sometimes told him for instance that be pardoninghim with a touching story his ment is almost certain to be affected by It Should the applicant be a woman a wife a mother or a sister In nine cases out o ten her tears if nothing else are sure t It not be that Lincoln was right and his attorney general wrong May it not be that this quality of mercy here denominated his one defect may turn out his chief lory He showed no lack of will in other things No man could be more firm where a great principle was at stake May this not be a case in which Earthly power doth then show likes Gods When mercy seasons justice throwIson be bad pardoned or ota humbler slave whose chains he had broken It was objected that his leniency interfered with discipline Perhaps It did but even that Is open to question Suppose we grant it however What then Discipline Is a great thing but love is a greater The world has been taught discipline for countless ages but Abraham Lincolns example of forbearance and mercy has sunk deeper into its heart and made more for righteousness than many years qf discipline If men can be ruled more by love than fear if an appeal to their better natures is more powerful than one to their lower selves then Lincolns new way of enforcing discipline Is better than the old He made all the soldiers feel that he was theist friend They observed better discipline because of their love for him These were but few he pardoned and it is not re corded that much If any harm came from them afterward but the soften lug influence of his acts went out to the entire army to the entire nation and to the ages The poorest people loved him most Those whose need for the leadership ofa great soul Is sorest turn with surest instinct to him The reason is that he loved and trusted the plain people he opened the prison doors he turned the bondman free s VV I i k llv Lincoln r Was Abused 19Hsir JAMES A EDGERTON IBy by American Press Asso ciation has been said IT that the most fruitful apple tree has the most clubs under It By this standard Abraham L i n coln was a fruitful tree He was more profusely belittledIand about than almost any man of our time Ape was one of the mildest and most amiable of the names he was called Many of them were unprintable and hence mer cifully have been forgotten He was even abused9 a y by his own par TEN ANGELS SWEAR ty among his rao i AM BInHTown generals and in his own cabinet In no way did be reveal his greatness more than by the forgiving manner In Which lie treated his raaligners He looked at this misrepresentation like a philosopher At one time there was a blunder in the southwest which was charged to the president An offi cor who knew that the blame belonged on other shoulders was one day visit ing the White House and mentioned the matter He asked if he had not better state the facts as he knew them to be Oh nOrepIfed Lincoln Uat least not now If I were to try to read much less answer allthe attacks made on me this shop might as well be closed for any other business I do the very best I know how the very best I can and I mean to keep on do fag so until the end If the end brings me out all right what is said against me wont amount to anything If the end brings me out wrong ten angels swearing I was right would make no the most virulent critics of the president was the Chicago Times A visitor once appealed to Lincoln to suppress the paper on the ground that It was opposing the war and aiding the enemy I fear you do not fully comprehend the danger of abridging the liberties of the people replied Mr Lincoln Nothing but the very sternest necessity can ever justify that A govern ment had better go to the very extreme of toleration than to do aught that can be construed into an interference with or to jeopardize in any degree the com mon rights of its citizens Examples of his overlooking hostile criticisms were innumerable Secre malignfof trust Those who had vilified him one year were accepted as supporters the next I choose always to make my political statute of limitations a short one he said Despite the calumny heaped on him in his lifetime Mr Lincoln has fared much better at the hands of posterity than have most of the great souls that raceoFrance never has done justice to Etienne Marcel who was the forerun thantthatohuman earthquake Although Joan of Arc saved France and was burned for it In 1431 It was less than a century ago that she received general recogni tion even in the land she died to pre serve Glrolamo Savonarola preached republicanism purity and religious liberty in Florence and was executed for It in 1498 yet it has been in only compara tively recent tImes that ttfe world has begun to take Savonarolas true meas ureGaspard de Collgny one of the pur est souls in French history led the Huguenots in a religious revolution and fell in the infamous St Bartholo mews day massacre in 1572 yet poor Collgny has scarcely been rated at his true worth even to this day Oliver Cromwell the forerunner of modern democracy and of civil and religious liberty died in 1658 yet not till comparatively recent times has his name been rescued from the malignant lies that were heaped upon it The world yet has to do justice to Crom well Thomas Paine who died the very year Lincoln was born the real author of the Declaration of Independence and the apostle of liberty in three lands is still misrepresented hated and reviled for the good he did Yet the day will come when Paine will be placed as high as lie has been dragged lowForever the right comes Uppermost And ever is justice toIlE Compared with these Abraham Lin coIns recognition has been swift and triumphant Indeed it began the next day after his tragic death Poor in sane deluded Booth thought he was striking down Lincoln but as a matter of fact he struck down LIncolns traducers stopped the lies of malice and crowned the liberators fame with the halo Sadlyand in silence Lincoln bore misrepresentation and calumny in him lien day but as his recompense he has gatne4tht lore tthe a sr of I z I SKATING This is the season of the atingviiJ1be THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE tBLVEGRASS We teach you freeif you do not know either in the morningror- between regular sessions AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5tf Skates lOc EVENING SESSIONS f Admission tOe Skates 1- 5cAuditorium This the time of the year for Accident and Sickness Let Us Write You an Accident and Sick Benefit Policy J Its the best on the market 1Jouetts Ins Company Both Phones 71 itj HAQAIM GAS E Engines SIMPLE RELIABLE f ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES v HAGAN GAS ENGINE S MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER ICY HAMPTON Pros F CURTIS CasWi THE Clark Connty National Ba MAIN STREET r Htinchecte Rentmsk jfCapital 200000Surplus 100000- UndividedProfit36000 BDk1Bhao1ty scconnhsolicited PROFESSIONAL CARDS r J M STiL1S0N r J ttorney At Lawleo S tfaTr Winchester Y ENDLETOW Sh a sfAttorneys At Law ui S Main St Winches s Kyi j e GILBERT BOTTO FOR Fresh Cured MeatsF- ish Vegetables Country Fretac BOTH PHONES OPERA MOUSE BLOCK L f GARAGE et Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with nice Waiting Room for LadiesI Chas Hagaiy 1 y Core Broadway and HijfhUnd t i II I 7ri J j i J l s f It 1 L 1 t THEWnlnH STERMEWS PaglS v w OPERA HOUSE 1 Monday February 8th Sam s and Lee Shubert Inc OFFER IGiE WALTERS Greatest Ray We Mm toSooTDE IH WOLFfix I four mo ths in Ghicafo EARLY Jl Story of the GM Hudson 1iY Combi The Sane Great M and Hd j PrddiMlon s Prices 50c751 150 wax SEATS 150 NO FREE LIST Seaton gStort OPERA HOU- SEThursday Feb 11 MR BOBBY HEWCOMB Presents MMK SWANS in His Greatest SUCOISiI w AEGood J FellowBr Madk Swans Famous Authm cOfIBrowns RuaWJIJMakh t Beau ful Scenic Display asd fih quisite astllillOr The Original New York Cast third Successful Season Eva Tongaas Biggest Laughidg Hit j Special Rdduced Prices 3sC Sc75cGALLERY 25c r How Presidents Died Death came to presidents and for mer presidents of the United States in the following ways Washingtons 1death was due to acute laryngitis Adams Madison and Monroe prac 1 tically to old age Jefferson chronic paralytaffections of the throat and pleurfSyTayforsevere cold Fillmore paralysis Pierce dropsy Buchanan rheumatic gout Lincoln Garfield and McKinley paralysisGranttongue Hayes neuralgia of the heart Arthur heart trouble Benjamin Har rison pneumonia and Grover Cleve land heart failure following a compli cation of diseases l Honored by the Mikado Prof Abby teach was presented by marktber at the fellowship committee of the American school at Athens and Tlce president of the school and college organization of the middle statesShe t was the first Radcliffe student then 1irvard annex put tool her is1 Vassar later at the Unij vertlty of LefpsiThe cup is thee first sent by the Japanese emperor tc A woman and is in recognition of her service to education As If He Had One ud feel flattered if I were to telH atprrat was lU Sire said you looked as If you had s f IK cthing on yowl ndu J lub JlIIFor 7a Xiwfy F wH rS WORN reapcoraRtill illDhec faire Fj qure One ca wo have the TUW figure in corsets that cost but a dollar pr two natnrallyslenderLace lar in spite of their Song use hIionablfur is a stylish tcumniing The automobile is largely jresponst ble fur the stajwudous array of long M SilART DSmsiNQ BACK5B3D A pattern of thlc dressing sack nmy be had fin seven sizes from 32 to 4t Inches otfleepromptly fonsaTifted to you by mull wraps which faShIonable foniiors have provided for their discriminating cli entele Perhajjs the smartest of t innovations Is the Tasmaiiiamepossuin skawl collar acd culls apple Ito to fur lined wraps of broche pawns e1IectfEeamongevening wrap The elaborate passemeutoiSe button Jn much to Iko fore but real elegance a oints more to the unpreteriflous ha carved buttou in ivory or tonne W torlental colorings the ivo y or ere gphants ttisk buttons are smartest difference being only distinguished ttthe connoisseur If daintiness characterize the mate rial employed in carrying out tfiis dressing sue a sattsfaMy result tiabound to 6How It is of the semi ItotMODJSTJp MATTERS Olympic Card a New Materrdl old Rosera Fashionable Color A new doth that bids faifcfttO became very popular Is called Olympic It bears a slight resemblance to old time fcedford cord but iUke rill the other materials of the season lit is softer than the fabric formerly wo rueinOlympic cord Is a Parisian dtnpar tiger and seifar is worn orijy bysaIa voted few A great ekeil of old rose IB worn rthis season especially by young gfels Broadcloth bocks in soft wise shades are smart viiSh black hats Directoirecembroidery ftoaucings are the latestfiftyfour inches wide to permit the making of the icoig dlisg j A SIX OEBIi SKIBT 4407 mayhadslat be glvmgforwarded to you by moll OresdayWhile big hats are by no moons betpgIn dark blue or black set gemindthe six gored skirt sOOn In fife nlu separdearate Variety The belt is attached to the and the ieajrer Tlsrsayea r the trouble of CHOJ LET i 7 f CASE OF THE POLITE PEONS And the Engineer Who Knew Little Spanish and Tried to Boss Them An engineer who came up a while ago from Mexico told a story about a man In tits line who had a rather lim tied knowledge of Spanish but fancied that by combining what he knew and some En lash he could make the peons employed on the railway understand In bis vocabulary were these words Panstop ustedes hombres you men pledras stones and via road One day thi engineer was walking up the track aM saw a lot wt peons standing around ding nothing So he stopped and said Ustedes hombres why are you standing around idle TakeN those piedras and throw them in the middle of the via iChe always polite Mexicans smiled SI senor and the engineer marched away Then they debated what he meant and decided 3ae wanted the stows thrown on the other side of the track They started to do that and back came the engineer Pain ustedes hombres para Didnt ustedes hombres hear nihat I said DidnTtT tell ustedes hombres to take those piedras and throw them in the midiHe of the via mac dont you do whet I said 1 And he marched away as the peons saia suavely Si sen rThey had another xomsultation and decided that what the wanted was era hiive the piedras thrown clear across Use track in tihe Other direction So they began main tossing the stones hack again The am neer came rash ing back shouting Para pars What Is the terheWith ustedes ibtmibres Do usffiecies Ihombres take me lor a fool ergHe paused and Ibelieving that he lhad come to the calf of his speedh the peons bowed siavdfer and said Si senor The MiSsimi of Jimmy There were two methods of com chItelephone whidh from a single Iso optbythe dignity t f precedence and estab lished custom was to tell Jimmy Fal lows As ra general retires to hilltop fro organize his forces and Issue orders to Ills subordinates so Jimmy huajg upon hIs front fence and conducted the affairs of the town He knew what time each farmer came in where tfhe Helping Hands were going to sew where the doctor was and where the semces would te held next Sunday He was coroner wharf master undertaker and notary and ormodthethe earth below concerning which he did not attempt to give information was the arrival of the next steamboat From Aline Hegan Slices Mr tDPp Centuiy Dickens Stories in China The Chinese are rapidly taking inpj western iitleas and translations offEnglish and French novels are mow in increasing demand Our romantic and sentimental treatment of love af fairs however is a tiling so foreign to oriental ciSiics that the hero of the ordinary Enropean novel appears to the Chinetffi mind as a person of per verted msanil sense anti doubtful san ity Translations of Dickens there fore Impress the Chinese reader less than they aonuse him land detective stories and tales of adventure com mand a more sympathetic audience To the cdtestial mind the love af1 fairs of DaViffl Copperfielfi can only detract from fiUe human interest of that bavesolvedwoo and many Dora and gnes simultaneously SP of course John China man does not mnderstand the pathos Nevertheless Dickens wwcks com wand a steady sale Womans Life FaithfulI whole ttruth upon a tombstone but there are shownrIbjr the example furnished in a church yard in Hagerstcnra Md This touching epitaph runs as fol looms except that fictitious names have for obvious reasons been substituted here for the real ones t Mary F Wife of Walter Jenkins Died December 20 1884 aged 70 years nine months She was a true and faithful wife to each of the following persons Jacob Wineman Henry Snow Philip Harrow Walter Jenkins Harpers Weekly The Ruling Passion The man who twisted proverbs and sold them Ito cheap magazines was finally arrested for his misdemeanors They overpowered him and put aInice new shiny set of manacles on him Did he assert his innocence No He glanced at his handcuffs and said with a1 fiendish grin Fine fetters niake flue jailbirds 5trytoeatwhile his wife is in the mountains oughtbeto a string around his finger to re him he is married The Qualification Little Freddy Pop why dont my Jy nurse wear that band on her arm FatherWhy should she my son j Little FreddYWell ahea a red crowrtotfifrall right n HOW TO MAKE vAXilUtvt BeaUtiful Artificial Flowers Easily Made of Simple Materials Hold a lighted wax or spermaceti candle over a glass of water and let half a dozen drops of wax fall info the water Each drop will be transformed as soon as it touches the water into a little floating white cup These little cups haveexactly the shape of the bell flowers of the lily of the valley and they may be made large or small according to the dis tance from the water at which you PeoplesHomeNow taker a piece of thin wire and having warmed it pierce the center of C Jteftcrng th liili es one of the little wax amps while it is still in the crater Then push the ctipI down to the end of tthe wire which must be cUrVed with a little hook the end tto hold the pup Repeat this until you have nine t1 ten of Jibe cups w1rHdand then int twine wires with ithe smaller atabove aaid place the whole In vas Wished with pointeH leaves made Of green gaper This will give you a stem of Ifly cups ji3aiost like tfeose of the natural flower fA LITTLE iFISHS TRICK H rtihePufferCDiscomfits His Enemy and saves Himself mI1theUtf1e eafolk have tbehrown 3ecer way aT gjrotecting themselves STOK their enemies lint the spauyhrot jash fiias abont flie cleverest way of d2L He belongs fix the great tfamoty cilisti puffer mud you will see anonent how ffill the name fits Jiim T3isst imagine the little puffer swfiaa ming around in the water looting like assmall ronnfl3rox with a henii fn A IWg fish comes along sees te lit ffle paafer and thinks There S Just a cad jmoutnfnl for me But jnst darts toward him the little Mu blows himself up like a baH to osaar on his Mack and lioatsaro vfiHi all his Sharp prickers sticking out toward lus enemy says SL INicL d1E The big fish Ss dazed he stacnes ret the puffer anti thinks Cap that start prickly thing be the same ii- Iish tried to wallow He c nolusewayand when the little puffer isI- thesince he is gone he Just empties water out of lisp skin and goes back io his usual size SSow isnt that a pretty clever trick for a little fish tcKplay But yon see putjustescape from his enemies A TREESTUMP HOUSE Remains of Giant Tree Provide Hu man DweiJing newlydeveloPedplaces of a unique character but this stump hot e in British Columbia is of more than ordinary interest It is not a makebelieve house but a r house in which a family of five i r s A HollowedOul Stump stump was all that stonceDonts for Girls and Boys Dont lie Dont be Idle Dont be rude f Dont be untidy Dont practice deception v t Dont be e lousrDont be vain Dont lack pride Dont be devoid of ambition Dont be stubborn Dont try fisowotf epravltyKitty rebuklns you must sit still when you are attthetaple ecant mammai protested toe lit ChicTribune aaoj I T Something to Crow Overfi I 1 THE VERY BEST J cttHave any of our readers seen are WeekljEnquirer end for a Copy if for no other purpose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earth The editor ijy asking its read to criticise and suggest imPro taeni57 and otlowtng advice t tibtasned is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father Yn fuer and children in teaching hjft higher level in social Ii refatsupreme Father gains ample information obenprowbincome foxcm his effocts another in management of I1o old Is practical se no othetIare friIThe Grad Idea beingafhatu A are our Efenes so wilifeethe Com muniry State and Nafiem ainnon sermon ecm as preached bv that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder ciE the spiritual and tem para reicards gained byirighteous living as preferable to a Godless m1sfEer ry mssOther deyarrmeats and fpa are above tie ordinary the un moue verdict of its readers bet 7 cc The deal st and best fan Weekly knocem to them Sample copies may be had AXYttmanna Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160060 THE I Winchester Bank OP WINCHESTER KY N H WITH R POON 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ip1yk TRAIN SCHEDULE y CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound i No2G Daily Ex Sun 842 a as No 22 Daily11r 57 0 aNo 28 Daily Ex Sunday 6 SO PDL 4No Daily 925V M SWestboundNo 27 Daily Ex Sun3ay 2ta4 arsm JWeLhuLOUISVILLE NASHVUME Southbound feNo 37 CincinnatiKnoxville hJaI l HOOam No 33 CincinnatiJacksonvilte man thePans 635 1P useincinnatiAtlanta l inittr 1123 p m Northbound No 34AtlantaCincinnati linfilc S 06a m i No 10 StanfordMaysville local conecting at Paris fix Cincinnati 723 a m No KnoxvilleCineinndfi io pIm No 32 JadksonvilleCincirihalil- imited 545 p m All of these trains will stop tlpiK nhester also are all daSy exve t Nos and 10 which are daily ea cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CQ t Time Card in Effect June 22 I9M 4aI DAY Daily 1Stations PM J AJL Irby13 L E Junction 320 J 82iClay City 350 90b Stanton 358 9lfCampton Junction 430I JmS Bridge 9i 3r4 47 9 55 INatural June 510 171F 5 1045 Junction 6 37I1115 rJackson 112 Westbound DaiIyDailyl Sun j NollNo3 NQi Ex ISunOfi7 3 Beattyville June 707 320 7 51 Torrent 730 341 SU Natural Bridge 745 355 82s Campton June 748 357 S 2I f85iClayL E June 900 507 j 93t 34HArLexuigton NE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nos Jand 3 will make connection with life 0 Ry for Mt Sterling 1 Caaapton Junction Trains Nos 1c 3 and 4 will connect with tM Mountain Central Ry for passenger and from Camptan Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains N fc and 4 will connection with the L 9s Railway for Beattyville Ky I 0 K JunctionTrains Nos and 4 will connect with the 0 R Railway for Cannel City Ky not way stations MgcCHAS S CALL ON- NESONJfceTransferMai by day or night if you Want your baggage transferred FICEHome Phone 94 toNight PJtone r ookiit T RSferIceClCt FllrnKiri rtamii Etc a ftiWt M 19 IiWr ItnIt lNt ice r I 1If zr t rPage E htr THE WINCHESTER NEWS LAWMAKERS TO 4 i WITNESS COUNT l Election of Taft and bermaD f TAKES PLACE WEDNESDAY T Senators Will March jn Solemn Pro ui cession to House of Representa 1jtives Wherer in Presence of Distin MJ guished Asserhblage Vice President B9xesdAndflress Will Then Resume Routine f Washington Feb 8The formal ratification of the election of William Howard Taft of Ohio and James Schoolcraft Sherman of New York tobe president and vice president of the United States respectively to tie held in the hall of the house of repre 5entatives next Wednesday dill be ione of the most Ceremonial evehts at tending the political life of America f Simplicity and dignity will mark whichjof congress by members of the diplo antic corps by leading officials of asStht families of senators representa v2iTes and officials of the government The senate and house will assemble xt noon as usual After being called presidingfjrayer by their chaplains the senate housewkerecount formally the electoral vote 1oVice President Fairbanks will leave iis chair as presiding officer of the senate and will proceed to the east or preparatory to leading the pro i wingGciedby the secretary of the senate and a squadron ofcapitol police will be in tng as an escort Col Daniel M i JUasdell sergeantatarms of the sen ikte will Immediately precede the vice twordove along the marble corridor to the louse of representatives The assist senatecarryS MrhlrbaIksjfrom the several states will closely follow the vice president Speaker Cannon will be informed tthe coming of the senate and rep jfceentatives occupying seats on his xijjit hand will vacate them in order to make room for the 92 senators Te vice president will take a seat ifnrfided for irim at the right of th jMMer andvill be presented wit thentM an ttinting the purpose of the gather fog will open the packages in alpha letlcal order handing the certificates fothe four tellers Senators Burrows i tMichigan and Bailey of Texas lving been appointed on the part of Representativedies s of Texas on the part of the house tflien the counting has been con glairg that taft and Sher 3t21 votes and ysri and Kern 162 the vice prest dent will inquire whether any one de w J retannouncedrft uch protest he will declare th eessful candidates duly elected 5Lssoon as this simple function hasto Been performed the senate will r jlfern to its chamber and both side XilI resume the ordinary work of leg t vitiation SILK HATS AT PREMIUM Kew1 Orleans Will Greet President f el ct In Style ltt Ifew Orleans Feb 8Quotntlonro rvhigh silk hats and frock coats avo made a sudden jump in the market and it is all oh account of William Howard Taft TFthas been officially announce ii cgnectionTcTock in the evening must wear the conventional frock coat and high silk sate presidentelect is to reach the mouth of the river late next Wednes hi night or Thursday morning o the sruiser North Carolina The scout cruiser Birmingham will bring his heiriUJJecntl Newton and brought to the lan 4ifllgJ r Large Freighter Launched cIioraini 0 Feb 8A 600foot freight steamer the A C Dinkey Wi Ifuuched at the local yards of tfcev American Shipbuilding compan- Tire vessel was constructed for the PJttsburg Steamship company an smed after President Alva C pinkey Withe Carnegie Steel company 1f Bryan Denies Wreck Story Jacksonville Fla Feb8 William Jennings Bryah reached Jacksonville frbfiDeland aifd Emphatically denied tiifjEtory previously sent out regard lag he all J 4 14utpmobile accident agar r Tarpon Ii in which it was wthat he xgSlsadlyinjured 1 h f 1tr Wfis Giactf Wiifl6raves Miss Grad Ward Orpves aged 24 years who died at the home of lien aunt Mrs Mortimer Featheringill twelve miles from Lexington on the Winchester pike Saturday night at 6 oclock after a brief illness Miss Graves was the daughter of tire late Elkanah Graves and for the last three years had been stenographer for Messrs E P Spotswood Son of Lexington For the last year her health had been failing and not until December did she give up her work She isited her relatives in the country and seemed to regain her strength but in January her family realized her lungs were effected as she gradually grew worse In her death the firm of E P Spottswood Son have lost a most valuable assist ant and her passing away not only comes as a great loss to her kinspeo ple but pthe community in which she was so and highly esteemed The funeral services took place Monday morning at 11 oclock Rev Mark Collis officiating The pallbearers were A L Spots Wood Dr B F Van Meter W L Threlkeld H II Fields Dr W B McClure rind Wm Scott The in terment was in the family lot in the Lexington Cemetery Mr R W Fluty son of the late Judge Robert Fluty of Estill county who flied here about twelve years ago died at his home near Becknerville e Saturday night after an illness of sew erhl months of stomach trouble He is survived by two sisters Mrs Fan ny Winn of Irvin and Mrs Mollie Flynn of Winchester Tenn and one brother Mr J Ill Fluty of this city The funeral services were held this morning at the old Baptist Church conducted by Elder J M Thomas The burial took place in the Wicnhes ter Cemetery ANNOUNCED FROM PULPIT The plan of the proposed Colors Industrial School that is to be 1o cited somewhere in Kentucky under the juanagfiment of the Berea r Col qJpitSmldaycit- YLf SOLDIER BALKS DEAtH PLOT It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas thaJoa plot existed between a desperate Jung trouble and the grave to cause his death 1 contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite o all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then 1 began to use Dr Kings New Dis covery which restored my health poundshHemorrhages Asthma and to pre 50clandBOUGHT TOLL BRIDGES I is generally reported about town rCaptqin M H Courtney of this city and President of the Clay City National bank has acquired posses sioiof tjie two toll bridges at entty vilifa Ky over the North andSo uth VriccjiCourteno verify the report UNITEsSHELBYVILLE Ky Feb 8The Nbrtliev and Southern Presbyterian churches in Shelbyville have abo completed all the details of the plan tp Xiiiite and have but one church in the future to DC known as the First Presbyterian church Articles of 1be have been drawn up mak ing disposition of the church prop erty and asking the two Presbyteries to sa1tetiorithe union If all consent the union will become effective on April 1 Wouldnt Leave Without Dog DownIreland Croiseitna submerged reef the men refused to halet wn8 thdbarks crew who were then brought ashore in the lifeboat and hospitably housed by the villagers Mines of the South The south mines 3500000 tons totytotdai two natural products her furnaces pr duce 2500000 tons of pig Iron or on tenth of the whole and valued at 53 000000 Yf Weill Well It seems to make some people post t1vely an ne insinuates that- world tlyil s i fnotwhollyrVflderneaa- wo of Nashville American rP X751r PEOPLE TO BLAME HAVE THOUGHtLESSLY AIDED IN CENTRALIZING INDUSTRIES EVILSLNOW CLEARLY SEEN Unequitable Distribution of the Earn logs of the People Inevitably FolI lowedGrowthof Small Towns and Communities Retarded Daring ttievlast few months of 1907 the op a striking example of the effect Voi too much centralization While all Over tha linked States there was prosperity a few embarrassed cconcerns in Wall street New York brought about a financial stringency that became generally felt For years the agricultural l sections have been sending money by the millions to the- reatg financial centers Here it was used for the building up of great trusts and combinations which were greatly over italized On this watered capitalization the people have been compelled to pay ponderous dividends One natural law is that of concentral ization segregation and in these matters Nature carries on its work well but unnatural concentration like oth er Infractions of natural laws bring quick punishment The centralization of industries which has been going on since the trust era started has brought about an unequitable distribution of the earnings of the people It has retarded the growth of town and communities It has brought in its wake many evils that affect workers in every field Yet for these evils the masses of people are to blame Every man woman and child who la bors and who sends the products o that labor to other places than the home community assists just so much in centralization of business and financial power Every resident of a rural community who sends his dol lars to the large city helps along the trust builders and the centralizers While the mail order evil is one is serious it is only so as it is means of centralization df business and the Consequent sapping from com munities the wealth that should be re tamed in them The commercial enterprises are the life elements of the rural towns When these enterprises are destroyed the town deteriorates With the die appearance of the town goes the home markets the good schools and th- churchess e and the other public con veniences that the town affords With the gojng down of the town real es tate values are depreciated and depression comes to all the community How would the farmers fare if the towns were wiped out and only the Whakindt have for all their produce How sloes the average farmer find dealing with timefWhen a shipment of eggs is made to the city commission man does the farmer get as good returns as he does from the home dealers How a other produce It is the home ma kets that afford the growers of pi o duce protection When the cal thinker who is engaged in agriculture considers all these little matters he will find that In home patronage lies the keystone of his success How would the agricultural districts be as living places were there no horn towns But this is what the situatlo- would be if all the people of a com munity sent to some foreign place for all the goods required Home is a word dear to all good citiz nsThat man lacks patriotism whose inclination it is to oppose the progress of the place where he r sides By making better the horn conewitthh cannot give patronage to concern In the large cities without giving just sro much help to the trust builders and the business centralizers All these things are worthy of the most serious consideration of every citizen ofAdulterated Foodstuffs The chemist in charge of the laboratory of the department of agriculture at Chicago has been paying careful attention to the purity of foods Recently fig made a statement that great spice company annually groundI up 600 tons of cocoanut shells and flavored the same with essential oils and then sold the powdered stuff for pu spices He related about another co cern which sold 100000 worth of spices annually only five per cent of which were pure The common arti des used for adulteration of spices are sawdust brick dust burnt grains ofeshells and It Is the aim of the United States government to put an end to VthisV adulteration of foods Since the government has become eactive in tracing down such frauds a number of unscrupulous grocerY l outofReputation Worth Acquiring Townspeople owe it to themselves hospitalaiever the- residents of the surrounding country aloneseeyesoaddlesecure a wide reputation as a good market place where eggs and butter bring a few cents a pound more than In some other town It will work wonders vln drawing patronage to the plac Clean and wellpaved streets Indl cate the good character of cItizens living lava plac i f r 1 THE BRADLEY SPECIALI The train that will carry Kentuclc= ians to witness the inauguration of President Taft will be known as the Bradley Sp ciaIJandwill ruin on the following schedul- eGoingMarch s 2 Leave Louisville 900a m Shelbyville 955 a m Christiansburg 1015a m Frankfort 10 45 a m Midway 1110a m t Lexington 11 40 a m U Winchester rl230 p m Mt Sterling i 1245 p m Salt Lick 130 prm Morehead 145 p m Olive Hill 220 p m is E K Junction 2 50 p m Ashland 340 pm March 3 Arrive Culpepper Val Wilderness Bat tie Field 6 a m Manassas Va Bull Run Battlefield 7 iimReturningMarch 5 Leave Washington 12 oclock midnight March 6 Arrive Staunton Vat Blue Ridge Mountains 6 a m White8ulpl11 Spgs W Ya Alleglieny Moim tains 8 a m Ashland Ky 2pm Lexingtonr 6 30 pm Louisville 930 p m fazefr vine Frankfort Midway and intermediate points fP17 00 From Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Preston Salt Lick Moreheadj Olive Hill E K Junction and inter 00aand Catletts burg and points centering there if party of 50 or more is secured fare to each willwbe 1405 Otherwise individual rate from these points will be 10 00 SleepingCar Fare Cost of sleepingcar round with privilege of sleeping on park i Washington to each will be 750 Sleeping on the Pullman cars in Washington will result in d saving t cerelmoniesrates at that time will be high These figures are given on a basis of two persons occupying a lower and one an upper berth If separate lower berths are desired the cost will be doubled Hats paradre wear pricemeachof 2 The badge and cane will be fur niched to each member of our part without extra charge Members of this club willwear Alntrous- ens black ties white Bradley hats and a specially designed badge and will carry canes cut from the famous Lincoln farm in Larue county Kentucky RepublicansegOon wantedaire gladly give such as we have but it is better foiwrite to M H Thatcher chairman of i6 Committee of Arrangements Kentucky Title Building LouisvillerKentucky MODERN WOODMEN There are several to be initiated into the mysteries of woodcraft tonight at the Y M L Hall The ex ercises will begin at 7 oclock Let every member be on hand promptly at 7 so as to insure an early adjourn went By request of R reConsul UjMtgtrjrfThe gradingisdone bvytherDepart m WashingtonAldridge Burgy Clarence Brown Frank Boweh J C x Berry Wm Berry H B Curtis GeorgeIDenny Parker Mrs Denny Parker Davis 1 B Dawson Mrs Rhoda Green Mrs Joe Green A I- Griggs J hnJItGay J Brack Hackworth Mis Emma Hultz Henry Hawkins Miss Ettie Harris P L Jones Jno T Johnson Miss Nettie Johnson Hardin Pin ell Miss Cora Lawis Dick Lawson Mrs Annie Mason Mrs Mary Peed Charlie Patton Clarence Robinson Lara A SamuelsSamuels Bessie Taylor Mrs Susie V Frank iTaylorWilliams Miss Mary Wills Willard Ware Mrs Patten Younger Mrs Lina- If letter is in above list please say advertised when calling for it R R PERRY Postmaster FIRE AT PARIS PARIS Feb 8Fire yesterday morning completely destroyed the main workshop of the Paris Manu facturing Company The building was valued at 150 knowithyet how much insurance was Carrie- on the stock of goods Carpenters and machinists lost all their tools approximately 800 in value barnbelonging to farmed throughout tli county which during the last three madoready the blue grass seed rvest and which were valued at 20 each were destroyed in addition to a large undressedThe window and door frames for the new Baptist church were burned as was also a lot of finished work for other contractors Estimated loss on contents 10 000 THE SECRET OF LONG LIF discoversYone se g agrmillions of Americans had preved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living Ij purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood re builds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system lebiIiatedblighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing rebut Electric Bitters cured me en tirely Only 50c at Phillips Drug Company Slaughter of the Birds It is said that the annual bird slaughter for plumes and other decor lions is 300000OOQ FOR RENT OR SALE 510 acres of land in Wharton county Texas Suitable for truck gardening and ernehalf miles from First years rental free W- Helm S 406 Fountain Court Louisville Ky l28ThursSatTue C Eagle Casting Gd 1 WINCHESTER KY- MANVFACTURERSOF i Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Alliiminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS I FOR All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes i tj G CORNELL L i Gr n1 Msner J s 0 t I j CtASSlHED COLUMN f s j ClassifiedPer Word UOnehalf cent per word peririser tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged pn- oksb for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used within one year 4 cenfs a linerS IKE J THE REAL ESTATE MAN will buy and sell nIl kinds of city and country property Special attention given to renting and collecting of rents S B TRAGY Office in Hath away building South Court street 23lmo WANTEDGood secondhand piano must be bought cheap Apply at this office 28 1t r FOUND On corner of Highland and lHickman street Thursday a black belt with silver buckle Owner can have same by calling at this office and identifying same and pay fug for this advertisement 253t- WANTEDFiftY barrels r god sound corn on ear delivered to my farm on Paris pike Address Hume Clay Route No 1 Winches ter 253tyi FOUNDrA bunch of keys in the BrownProctoria Hotel barber bycallingating for this ad LOST Sunday morning between crossisetdtjfc Miss Cassie Gonkwright and re ccive reward 243t skunkhideQS and other tawfurs For par ticulars address Hart Gooyle t Ouingsville Ivy 246t FOR RENT Cottage on Lexington avenue Apply MrsvRachel Ecto- n2rl6L i lOSTBlacksilk scarf found on Maple street some little timeiigo payingforon Mr A H Sympson 21tfEWANTEDBoarders or a room for rent Apply to Mrs 0 M Flynn 133 West Hickman street 01303tFOR SALEonehalf lot 28X26 in ATTON282t STRAYED From Pine Grove Jan nary 25th 1 red cow and 2 heifers marked X Iwith tar 10 re ward for their return to FRANK STIVERS Athens Ky g 12610t FOR SALE OR RENT House of Applytoavenue 283tMonWedFri FOR SAlE50 to 200 bushe11at265t NorthMaindboth quality and price 119lmo FOR SALE Grocery and meat sliopi paying business Terms reasonable Address W A B this office I 114tf WANTED To take ordersfor making cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWSING 218 College street Home phone 654 112lmo FOR SALE Cheap graphppnone largeMorningK B this office 19tf I WANTED To buy furs scrag iron and all kinds of metal Jmye in town Chas Zigmah Main and Washington i 119imbi FOUND Coral pin onMain street Owner may have same by eallirig f at this office and paying for adyer tisemeht f 125tf 1 THE SIIYiaIt3s t