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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r- Last ja I iEEdition rJ- f CIRCULATION THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 NO 102 WINCHESTER KY IVOL FEBRUARY 101909 WSI2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WINCHESTER TO KEEP FRANCHISE rinncINfnMsiastic Meeting Of Fans Tuesday Night Makes Matter Certainty Schedule Commitle Meets Wednesday At Richmond There was an enthusiastic meeting Tuesday night at the Court House of those interested in baseball The necessary money to authorize the team to be incorporated had not been subscribed but this was arranged temporarily so that the committee that was sent to Richmond Wednes day could report that Winchester 7 would fake the franchise and would thus be a member of tif Blue Grass League for the comma ar 1hose who were present were much t elated over the outlook for this years team but to make the team the sue cess that the management desired it is necessary for our citizens to come forward and yubscribe for the remaining stock Improvements Planned The management expects to build a fence twelve feet high on the west t 4n a ofthe park They will add addi tional bleachers and will improve the grand stand In addition to those improvements a wire netting or heavy wire fence with large meshes will be built the entire length of the risrlit field and down the left field to the endof the present bleachers so as to exclude the spectators from the diamond The club will also have to buy a complete set of uniforms which will cost at least 150 they must pay their guarnatee fund of 300 150 of which is to be paid today in Richmond and the remaining 150 on the first day of Aril they will also have to pay the rent on the ground and likewise the deficit from last year So it is readily seen that there is not near enough money yet subscribed to properly run the club and to make the which the manage ment think is necessary for the pleas and comfort of the spectators 1dore LOBBYISTS ARE ON THE CARPET Postal Employes Must Explain Con duct toPostmaster Gen feral Meyer Washington Feb 10Acting upon charges made against three officers of the organizations of postal em ployes Postmaster General Meyer served notice that he would allow them two days in which to defend themselves of the legations of lobbying before congrSf in the interest of legislation affecting postal em ployes Officials of the department declined to divulge the names of those who made the complaints alltiori The complaints were made against j Frank X Rogers of Chicago presi dent of the Association of Post office Clerks William E Kelley Brooklyn president of the National Association of Letter Carriers and E H Roberts of this city representing the railway postal clerks In the case of Messrs Kelley ano Rogers the postmaster general has also cancelled their leaves of absence and issued instructions to them to return immediately to their respec tive posts of duty The three men represent about 73 000 employes pf the postal service The postoiflce is confronted with the greatest deficit in its history it is dared and the action of these repr sentatives is embarrassing to the department It is stated in this con nection that the postmaster general- hasr written Jetters to the chairman o the postoffice committee of the two house of congress declaring while he favors legislation to improv- the condition of the postal employes he can not recommend such action a this time In view of the condition of the postal revenues He also informed them that if they will establish a special parcel post on rural routes it will increase the rev enue by many millions of dollars without any outlay because there will be no costs of railroad transportation L When a man is good he is apt to make a tHreering circus of his good ness t LARGEST IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY 5 T WEDNESDAY Baseball improvements Canvassing Committee The canvassing committee made their report and they were requested to continue soliciting subscriptions to giveIone of the best ball parks in the sufficientlyIThe club hopes to sell enough stock to complete the improvements pay their guarantee fund pay off what indebtedness they may now owe and fully equip the team with uniforms and other paraphanalia and have 12 000 to their credit with i which to begin the season With that much ir jney on hand it insures the players that there will be no question about their salary and with the players satisfied that they will get their money they will of course give better work It now be hoves our citizens to subscribe early and liberally to the stock of the com pany Elect Officers The stockholders Tuesday night elected the following as directors W R Thomas J Q Stewart George Hon W II Hodgkin H H Phillips B R Jouett Walton Rounsavall B D Goff W S Duty These directors will elect the officers of the corporation The meeting appointed W R Thom as B R Jouett tH H Phillips and J Q Stewart as a committee to attend the meeting of the Blue Grass League to be held at Richmond Wed nesday They will give a fullreport Thursday of what was done at the meeting OLD NEIGHBORS WELCOME BINNS Peterborough Makes Hero of Wireless Operator Guild Hall is Packed Peterborough England Feb 10 Jack BInns the wireless telegraph operator who was on board the steamer Republic at the time of her collision off the Nantucket light ship with the steamer Florida was given a rousing reception in Peterborough his native town when he arrived here from London He was met at the railroad station with bands playing See the ConQuering Hero Comes and the mayor in his robes of office extended him a welcome- A procession of carriages with Binns in the lead and headed by the bands then made a triumphal progress through cheering crowds from the Guildfzens of Peterborough and all rose and cheered wildly when Binns his sweetheart on his arm entered The mayor made a hearty speech of wel come and said to Binns Your pluck ami courage have ex andIorated for the slaughter of thousands you have saved thousands by your gallantry We present you with this address as a permanent record of your bravery Your fellow citizens youe Binns then thanked the mayor for the welcome extended him and said there were publicfduty The men of the engine room remaininge beingtGotham Spitters Fined New York Feb lOA campaign against the expectorating nuisance was instituted in this city by the health department More than 150 arrests were made of men caught in the act of violating the ordinance Magistrates in the courts had their hands full in dealing with the prisoners nearly all of whom zero fined usually a dolly fiach L t f f I THEATER WHERE LINCOLN WAS SHOTWe 1 FERGUSON ACTOR WHO SA If TRAGEDY W J Ferguson the well known character actor never tires of telling of inFordsring out and barely dodged out of the path of Wilkes Booth when the latter snrme to the stacre front Mm hov n1r in JOINT MEETING OF cnITiNO I COUNTY BOARDS OF EDUCATION Will Be Held Thursday Morning To Discuss Plans For City and County High School For Winchester And Clark County I A joint meeting of the City and County Boards of Education will beheld in the County Court room Thurs day morning at 10 oclock for the pur pose of discussing the plan for the erection of the new High School for the children of the county schools as required by the new school law FARMERS CLUB MEETS SATURDAY Prof Sherffius is to Talk on Prepar ing an Sowing To bacco Beds The regular meeting of the Clark County Farmers Club that will be held at the Court House Saturday afternoon promises to be the most interetsing and most instructive the association has ever held and the far mers are looking forward to it with much pleasure Prof Sherffius the tobacco expert of the agricultural de partment of State University of Lex ington will attend the meeting and will talk to the farmers on how to prepare and sow a tobacco bed He will also bring his tobacco seed grading machine along with him and show the farmers how the work of the seed isgrading done Owing to his short stay here Prof Sherffius will not have time to grade any seed for the farmers here but he will leave his address and allwho careto can send their seed to him and he will grade it and send it back to them Music for the meeting will be fur nished by a chorus of fifty voices from the City High School GOING TO PUBLIC SALE Quite a number of city people in eluding a number of candidates left the city Wednesday morning to at tend the public sale of land stock and crop ofCuchmanand oJnes on the Mt Sterling pike The sale was con ducted by auctioneer J R Bush PAINFUL INJURY Oscar Ecton one of the employes of The News office had his hand badly mashed ina job press Wed nesday morning Though no bones were broken he sustained a very painful injury and it will be several- days before he will be able to use i freely again When a mab omeshome he asks his wife one of two questions One is Ills dinner ready and the other is Is Supp rreadY7 4 1 4 iTbe law provides that the school mav built Jointly by the county and tcityandwhere there is no difference in the studios and it is thought that this will be done instqad of the county attendnn COMMITTEES TO BE APPOINTED W QW Are Preparing For Meet lug of Grand Lodge on March 9 winchosIIternight all the committees on arrangements for the meeting of the Gran Lodge which will take place her March 9 will be appointed Fully 500 delegates are expectedwhen the Grand Lodge meets The Woodmen Circle which is the ladies department of the order will also meet here at that time xjwb SENT TO ASYLUM OWINGSVILLErKy Feb 10 Isaac Stewart and Buck Manning were tried here yesterday on a charge of lunacy Both were sent to the insane asylum at Lexington Manning hallucination is religion He was very violent and had to be handcuffed while Stewart was very quiet MR JOHN W RICE VERY ILL Mr John W Rice was strciken with heart trouble about 245 Wednesday afternoon and fell on the street in the North End He was at just reported dead but at the time of going to press he has been removed o his home on Cook avenue and efforts are being made to revive him Reports are that he will probably riot recover as he was still unConscidus SECRETARY OF TREASURY NewsICHICAGO Feb 10 The name of Cranklin Macvbugh a merchant o- ftis city will be presentedto Pres identelect Taft for Secretary of Treasury BURNEDtSpecial to The NewsIWHEELING w Yat Feb 10 F ur were fatally burned by an explosion of pplfderin theXJaylofd mine near here r r r r l FIRST DISTRIBUTION QF MONtY ON 1907 CROP NOW READY County Board Of Control Notifies Growers Call Office Antf Receive Checks For Distribution No L r The growers of this county will in the next few days receive 228000 on their 1907 crop Checks are now CountyBoardbacco Society for distribution No 1 of the 1907 crop to the growers This putingisBoard jf Control v Notice to Tobacco Growers Growers who haye tobacco in the 1907 pool will please call at the of PROMISED STORM I- SITO ARRIVE WEDNESDAY Big Drop in Temperature Expected Within a Very Few vHours Wednesday i f the day of the promised big drop in the temperature The weather forecasters reiterate the prediction and the official prediction from Washington that the storm will ar rive Wednesday and that the men cury will range some where near the mark of fifteen degrees above zero Tuesday night there was a high wind blowing and a fall in tempera ture The storm started in the Canadian northwest descending the Pacific coast and crossing tue Rocky Moun ins in the United States It is al ready in the Mississippi Valley and is being driven rapidly eastward It is expected to alTive in the Blue Grass Wednesday It will probably continue east toje Atlantic cpa t CITY SCHOOL EXERCISE BENEFICIAL TO ALL Practical Address By Prof Anderson- on Microbe Parasites Gives Food For Thought The exercises at the City School Wednesday morning were very ben eficial to pupils teachers and visitors The music rendered by the various classes showed considerable ability and careful training A song by four small girls brought forth pro dlonged applause Proi Andersons address upon the subject Our Smallest Friends and Enemies was filled with good strong forcefultthings he said was thatthere was no danger of overeating if the food se lected was nutritions and wholesome A prayer bv Prof Bosley and a few wellchosen remarks by Prof Shipp closed the exercises for the morningWill RAISE TOBACCO- A number of Estill county farmers will try their hands on raising tobac co this year This will not be alto gether in the nature of an experiment for it is known that fine tobacco can be grown in this county Some of them will put in large cropsEstill Coun ty Herald CANAL ZONE BILL PASSES Special to The News WASHINGTON Feb fOTh e House by 203 to 101 passed the bill providing for the government of the Panama Canal Zone and the Con struction of the canal TAFT IS REPORTED Special to The News NEW ORLEANS Feb lOThe wireless reports Taft and party three hundre4 miles off south mouthof the Mississippi CALIFORNIA STANDS PAT Special to The News- SAfcREMENTO CaL Feb 10The efforts of Governor Gillett and sup porters to effect a compromise on the antiJapanese legislation failed Grove Johnson author ofr the bills anno patf j trl MMMU 1l 1rr Clear Tonight and Thursday tt Not Much Change in Tern tperature Tonight Slightly t Warmer Thursday S IS Clark To At fice of the Clark County Equity Ware house Company and receive their checks for distribution No I on the 1907 crop Where liens ate held partiesholding presentwhenthey can agree on the amount and in terest due on the liens and the correct amount paid to each lien holder All contracts held by growers must be presented when the check is de livered CLARK CO BOARD OF CONTROL BEST CUNDIIION OF ANY OFFICE Inspector Terhune Says Circuit Ckrfc Foxs Office Finest Shape in State Ir W C Terhune State Inspector of county officials offices whowas in eompl6tinghisthe books in the office of Circuit Clerk W T Fox here were in the best condition of any of the offices he had been in in the State HART CHAPTER AT THE AUDITORIUM RINK Beautiful Valentine Party Will Be Held By D A R Fri day Night i The Hart Chapter Daughters ot the American Revolution will hold a beautiful valentine party at the Aud itorium next Friday night Plans area being perfected daily There are noW between 50 and 100 skating couples I arranging to be oil the floor in the r Grand March The proceeds of the entertainment will be used as a fund to build a monument of Hart the famous Clark county sculptor PAYS 1500 FOR LOT v Dr Lyon bought Tuesday from T C Robinson a lot on Lexington aye nue for 1500 1250 HOGSHEADS ALREADY DELIVERED Half of Pooled Tobacco of Fayetttv Turned Over to Pqr v chasers All of the efforts of the Fayette County Equity Warehouse Company are directed at this time to the delivering of tobacco to the purchasers of the two pooled crops of 1906 ariH 1907 There were about 2500 hogs heads raised in Fayette county and pooled in the two years Of this abouttCLASS MEETING POSTPONED On account of the absence of the teacher from the city this week the Chandler Bible Class will not have their social meeting but will meet with Mr Geo Tomlinson the second Friday night in next month CAPTURE ESCAP D NE RO PRISONER r ttf jOWillDenham into the girls dormitory of the Nor capturedIby students but afterward escaped P from an officer who rescued him was arrested today at Lockland O He will be brought here for trial When the negro was captured by the male students they had a rope ready to lynch him i s- A6 actor is like an Indian When he wants to may again he pays np attention fb the fact that heir maze hlreadp JjJ rJ 4f YlJ r w THE WINCHESTER NEWS IrClark COU ConstructioncolINCORPORATED Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year Road canI cost the Farmers much as a poor I On the Basis of Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or pri vate streets or alleys rushed 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 L and satisfaction guaranteedJ An Advance for Winchester E have just installed at great expense our new engine and other machinery with which CURRother motors Let give you estimates on this and all sorts of electric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to all others Iiis safe clean cheap comfortable r convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired winchester Railwaylight Ice Co INCORPORATED W P HACKEnT GENL MGR 1s We furnish Ice Winter as well as Sommer r J Peoples State Bank CAPITAJU 4100000This bank began business less than three years ago juSt in uri beginning of the financial depres ipn Qtwithstaj ding the hard times there has been steady grpwth fro the start the number ofour fiejppsitorsj and in the volume of our business f We- enroll new names every preekWe want yours You are poiaUy iijy1t d n an apcpunt lyith us Personal attenion i6 ajjousmess I Ji X K HIP KH Cashier J L BROftfN Preiint L B CQQKRELL yjpe President c fh Thirsting fer Infprrnatrbn little Gertrude enterlnga butch 1rm11 IIh took het fi er by the kaiit ahdr leading hrJio where hung a string of bologna sausage she lint a tlay ger ea one big sausage and ffrar l7itaquired Mamma what was this whaa it was aHY =Exchang No as one us in in to WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY HC h1 Et op OftM CfeiMiY twig Vii lpsJn DRY CLEANING Arfdx DYEING A SPECIALTY- H W Core Maim and Tairfap LiGnf rUlYJ if uW MEANS MUCH AS A MATTER OF COMFORT Draperies Easy to Make or Mar the Beauty of a RoomDainty Ar rangement Shown in the Sketch Window arrangements may make or mar the beauty of a room They should therefore be planned with the utmost care Not only should the shape size and location of the win dows be taken into consideration but every detail of the room as well The light that comes In through the window is one of the important Items A window having a cold north light or one well shaded by trees may be cur tained In light even bright colors though pure white muslins are not cf fectiveA on the light sunny side of the house on the contrary is more pleasing done in quieter tones with the net or muslin sash draperies just whiteThe shining through a plain white curtain rellects a harsh glar Ing light that is most trying to the eyes besides being Inartistic and un beautiful The most pleasing light in a room is one that is cheerful and sunny and yet subdued and restful This very desirable quality of light is gained by the choice of color in the curtainsIn sunny room a white curtain may be used with good effect provided it is combined with a figured or flow ered chintz or similar material for this breaks up the allwhite glare The materials for curtains vary in color and texture as In price There are all grades from the pretty flow ered muslin for the dainty bedroom to the gorgeous and beautiful satin brocades for the drawing room Madras is a favorite material for all curtains and is used to a great extent in summer cottages Rajah and pongee silks are particularly good for the liv ing and dining rooms with sash drap eries of net Linen is also seen in these rooms and some very unusual effects have been gained by using sim ple inexpensive crash with stenciled or embroidered borders Impossible as it may seem these same borders have been worked out on cheesecloth The effect is wonderfully individual The cretonnes are a bewildering dis play of gay flowers and lovely colors There are many beautiful designs some of them showing the quaint of colonial patterns such as our grand mothers used- Flowered muslin also makes very pretty curtains especially for a bed room or bathroom A certain summer r cottage delightfully cool and turesque has tinysashi curtains on th kitchen window of flinK poppy muslin through which one catches a glimpse of a diminutive kitchen garden The color scheme is all important The curtains must harmonize with the room both in line and color totfective One rule that is invariable all u rooms is that if ttyefe is a figured paper on the walls then the hangings- should be plain for if both are figure- the effect is Confusing A fancy curtain material on the other hand is best with plain walls for if both are plain the result is flat and uninteresting- A very dainty arrangement for bedroom window shown in the illus tration is a shade of flowered chintz and a sash curtain of plain white muslin with an insertion of lace A New Luncheon- A unique and Interesting form o entertainment is the Chinese lunchedn It Is most practical In big cities where a Chinese cook may be engaged Ten a real Chinese menu may be Carrie out strange as to names and appearances but delightful none the less There should be a dish of spy which Is a part of every genuine phln neaL Birds nest soup otc l1r e chicken with the bones removed tea queer candied fruits chop suey made of fish nutsand bamboo sprouts and possibly roast duck covered With chrysanthemum petals The decorations are more pictur thfgodhume hrrffnthflags and on the table tiny CnYnese lilies For lights there should be the shaded Chinese lanterns The fayors might fan eiany pretty thing picked up Ina Chinese shop At the places should be A palf orChin ese ctppsttilck Zfiy tPsafrhittf lad- rthr b dq nMtJ a p air tr a JJtt i 11 ch ed t should1fas he adds nucm to the realty of tk oceastoa i ONCE A MORTAL SIN HOW OUR ANCESTORS DISCOUR AGED PERJURY Fearful Punishments Threatened Failed to Deter Sinful Men from the Crime Some Quaint Folklore Oaths During one of the occasional out croppings of pure thought with which the recent Ruef trial in Judge Ca baniss court in San Francisco was luminated It was stated by a distin guished prosecutor that perjury has become the greatest crime of the age Perhaps the trouble is that perjury does not entail such dire calamities nowadays as it once did Delving into the subject with the spur of curiosity we learn that two or three centuries ago it cost something to swear falsely Then it was a mortal sin rather than a simple crime and some of the domestic troubles which followed were a curse running to the seventh generation death from a lingering disease within 12 months or being turned into a stone swallowed up by the earth and ever afterward crawling about as a punishments which deterred If one believed them As a matter of fact few did and people committed perjury as merrily in the good old seventeenth century as in the twen tieth Then as now the moral man spoke the truth for practical moral reasons and the Immoral man lied for immoral reasons Superstition has always been the basis of oaths and their practical value has depended on the depth of the superstition That of courses is evident enough as all that differentiates an oath from a plain statement is that one introduces an element of religious faith In California taking an oath requires simply that a witness raise his right hand while the clerk in forms him that he solemnly swears to tell the truth the whole truth an yoGodu taches to the explanation that the hand of the witness was originally raised to show that he had not a weapon concealed In it but this is a sacred object is a world wide method of oath taking In earlier ages one swore by the sun or by a awesomethfngGanges is the most binding oath to a Hindu The Tungaz witness still sarIngsickness Into my entrails like thi knife The Somali administering a oath declares God is before us and this stone Is from Amr Bur namin- a sacred mountain The man to be sworn then takes the stone and says agreementIt t he does notSan Francisco Chronicle Rabbits Foot or Pill Rheumatism Is not the only for which the possession of a rabbit- foot or hares foot has been a specific Pepys the seventeenth century diarist had one as a charm against the colic But he was never quite sure whether he ought to be grateful to it At the end of 1664 noting his abnormally good health for some months past h losds my t or taking every morning of a pill of turpentine or my having left off the wearing of a gown Three weeks later a friend showed him that his hares foot was defective not Navin stronges for I no sooner handled his foot but I became very Well and so continued Pepys got another hares foot and throve again but in March he was still wondering whether this was due turpentineipills L Herodup The passengers on the Pullman car took in the situation at a glance and did exactly what the train robber told them to rejlevead sight of one woman he paused with a start Who are you woman he d manded I she quavered am Miss Fay Herfe The holdup held up his head proudly b rodP your wealth eToo Literal f whowasShe was one of the kind who believes in the power oPt the gentle hl tandas they passed a candy store she said Doesnt that candy smell good Yes the man replied lets stop AtchisonGlobe Hard iq Understand BacppTThats the thud time th weejtT seen I3 inks coming out thft ay docks Egbert Is so What in world do you Suppose the doctor then arset in that IUa7iTrpakersv Statesman it Domestic Flvance allowtlppitIng Second Landlady Tea but the feovdtn get too muck to wit DIRECTORY Kentucky According to the last census Ken tucky has a population of 2147174 The area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Northwesterlydirection struction of railroads and the devel pmeiit of our resources for many years The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Npw that the demand has in creased It would seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible utilities until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supply of timber is limited but there is enough to last for many years to comeWe have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square miles Other min erals await development Natural gas and oil in paying quantities are being developed in many localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky than in other States in proportion to population Good peopl- regardless of politics or religion ar always welcome Clark County Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop erty including franchises 12004 870Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars arde the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has extensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across the countyChesapeake Ohio Louisville Nashville and Lexington EasternBlue is a natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and lover can be1 raisedwith profit Corn wheat rye and dats are the grain largne q thge can be raised with profit The census of 1900 gave the population at 16694 Circuit Court First Monday in April second Monday September first Monday i December J M Benton Judge B Attorneys Fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court Third Tuesday in each month County Officers JudgeeS A Jeffries Attorney Howard Hampton Sheriff Lee Evans Deputy John Bedford Deputy J A Boone County Clerk Sam Powell Deputy Clerk ClerkeRoger Quisenberry Assessor C A Tanner School Superintend ent W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer tT Brinegar Coroner Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F F Goodpaster Seventh district Ben E Wills theWinchesterCounty seat area a circle one and Populatioen andenow population near ten sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Lick jug Rivers has water works electric street card and lights Unlimited natural has Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at Winchester The fire department is one of the best in th State y The assessed valuation of all property including franchises 4692499 The tax rate on the hundred dolls is sixty cents for city and fifty cen for schools The C 0 L NAnd L E railroads center at Winchester geographical location and sbiPP facilities make the city a desirable lo cooceofm taxation The Commercial Club trill take pleasure in giving information City Officers j A Hughes Jlayor SBT Tracy Clerfc L F H Haggard Attorney F P Pendleton Judge R and D Ramsey Colle trJVS ReNt Assessor CALL ON- NELSONJheTransfprMan r l by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Cookwright Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main Street loth PkMM 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 need ofanything T C Rawlins Home Phone 470rCOUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days County Courts are held each month in coon ties tributary to Winchester X bione j Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday vV Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday 4 Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Mon day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon dayLee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd MondayIMercer Harrodsburg Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd MondayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday f4ScottShelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday Godn v The kitchen god of China is per haps not rightly so called He has place over the cooking range but he Is the recording angel of the Chinese house and it is his duty to note the actions of each member of the family and report them to the gods at the end of every month Once a year too he goes to heaven in person and makes his annual report So once a year the family prostrate them selves before him carry him in procession and finally burn him while crackers are fired 1 r Chief Justices Golf Stroke The lord chief justice on circuit at Birmingham had a curious experience while playing golf over the Edgbastpn course with Walter Whiting the local professional At the second hole his lordship drove into a bunker the ball lying badly under the bank Taking his nl liCk he hit hard The ball jumped into the air and dropped lute pockeLLondonStandard We have been hearing promises so long that we have lost confidence in them Li fWIreland lifeboat went to tho assist ance of the French bark Croisettf which had drivenbeen ashore on a submerged reef the men refused ti halfdeventually found and rescued amid flit cheers of the barks crew who were 01hospitabl Subscribe For The trews Police Chief Mal Tarpy f AlberteBoard of Council 4 First wArdshirley Hadden W P Haekett IIsThirdwardDoc Pigg J Q Boone Fourthward3 Don 9 r 6i1inBoard of Education msI w trother Presileni c H Rees Seeretarjr H w Scrivener Treasurer Harry LetonrJ B ilornc ttIW A AdnmsrJ EL Allan James Hislena Bruce 2N R Foster 0 r Fire Department A Hi Baldwin Chief tit Jno W Harding Secretary HB TOthernjOM Trmunw we t f f l i J I THE WINCHESTER NEWSPaigeTIC l6 Character Centenary A Fn Up A EDGERTON by American Press Association wILLIAM H- HERNDON tells a story of Lincoln that reveals at once the prophetic in sight which at times startles us in his complex character his aptness at illus tration and the method of his own selection for leadership Itwas in 1850 when war seemed possible Herndon feared in such a crisis the lack of asupremely great leader Lincoln had faith in the masses faith that they would find their leader IInnd to make meanALLLEAP PORT made use Of this figure Go to the river bank with a coarse sieve and fill it with gravel After a Vigorous shaking you will observe that the small pebbles and sand have sunk groundThor foundWithinrepeated shakings you will find that of the pebbles still left in the sieve the largest ones will have risen to the yousaythe country from center to circumference you will find that the little men Will fall out of view in the shaking The masses will rest on some solid foundation and the big men will have climbed to the top Of these latter one greater than all the rest will leap forth armed and equippedthe peo ples leader in the conflict How perfectly the history of the war bore out the prophecy the leader being himself Poor Herndon like others who lived too close to greatness did not recognize one of the immortals though rubbing elbows with him every dayMy own view of Lincoln I find in W peculiar harmony with that which has grown up about him In the hearts of beginJleaders I think the masses have a truer concept of him today than have the leaders the professed historians or superIormmdsself better or wiser than the masses that moment he gets out of touch with Abraham Lincoln The plain people He loved and they loved him There was mutual understanding between them They were the ones who brought him forward who elected him to office who stood by him In all tits trials who held up his hands who swore by him when others were swearing at him who nominated and elected him overwhelmingly fora second term and that in spite of the leaders In both parties and who grieved most profoundly for him In death These were his real friends I would rather take their estimate of ginj than that of the Pharisees and hypocrites the hollerthanthous and knowit ails who profess to be more competent to form Judgments than those they are pleased to call the mob Well they can go on forming their Judgments But the verdict on Abraham Lincoln that will live will 1be made by the common people put this verdict is that Lin coln was a prophet sent of God to save the Union and end slavery and when w his work was done he was called home Despite the sneers of the so called wise I humbly announce that 1 am convinced of the substantial correct ness of this view Being convinced I would be less than honest if I did not frankly say so Every new light on the man every glimpse of his pure and prophetic soul adds to the convic tion The people are right They knew him all along History will write his epitaph as they have written It al ready in their hearts and it will consist of the essential thought here stated Back of his coarse exterior of his humble dress and ways Lincoln was one of the whitest sweetest greatest souls that hive come to earth He belonged to the lowly as do all the su premely great He was correct in his life without uncharitableness of great intellect without dogmatism of the deepest religion without formalism or cant and with the finest idea of Justice without harshness or severity He was strong on every plane In body mind and spirit yet his strength was em ployed chiefly to protect and uplift the weak He had a bulldog tenacity yet to others it appeared only In the guise of unwearying patience He was in the thick of conflict all his life yet his utterances are singularly free from malicious statements concerning his enemies He had no extraneous helps not from blood wealth education or environment What he gained he dugout of his books out of the world and out of himself He was more than a self made man he was a naturemade and Godmade man who had not one Aartiflclal thing about him MUST HAVE MONEY CHECK DOES NOT GO WITH YOUR UNCLE SAM Even Men Whose Names Are Synony mous with Dollars In Millions Have to Put Up the Actual Currency Where is the private citizen who would refuse to accept a Vanderbilt Astor Morgan Rokefeller Gould or other millionaires check in payment for a bill for services rendered Yet Uncle Sam will not whei it comes to settling up for customs duties on im ported personal effects of ocean trav elers Even a certified check does not serve to remove the financial credulity of the nations treasurer as several millionaires who recently arrived from Europe discovered when they ten dered guaranteed checks in payment for the introduction of foreign goods for household use There is not a bank or financial in stitution in the country but which will accept a certified check as the equivalent of good hard cash Uncle Sam demands the coin of the realm however and will not admit as it is technically called any dutiable article until he gets it Not long since C Oliver Iselin the yachtsman whose fortune is estimated at seven figures arrived from England in a White Star liner and offered his check for 2000 in payment of duty on some curios which he bought abroadI sorry Mr Iselin but we are not permitted to take anything but currency said Deputy Collector Wil liams The Corinthian navigator of several Americas cup defenders smiled incredulously although he was in a hurry to get away from the pier to catch a train Mr Iselin sent one of his accom panying valets downtown and secured the requisite cash saying witha laugh as he turned it in o the branch cus tom house on the tIer I suppose the government must be careful who it deals with Another millionaire whose check was declined under similar circum stances showed his displeasure by threatening all sorts of official pun ishment and ended with the state ment that he would have the silly regulation revoked if he was obliged to spend his last dollar in doing so He was still sputtering and fuming when Barney Biglin the veteran politician came upon the scene and lent the millionaire 1750 to pay the indebtedness to the government What makes me mad said the mil lionaire to Biglin is that I who can raise ten millions in half an hour and that over the telephone should be held up for a paltry 1750 A rule like that is outrageous The rule has not been revoked how ever despite the millionaires threats and Uncle Sam is doing a strictly cash business at the same old stand Etheromanes They resembled balls from a Chris mas treetiny glass balls bright red yellow green blue filled with a few drops of some clear liquid They are ether balls said the psy chologist They are composed of gel atine like the capsuloids you swallow for indigestion and inside them is just enough ether to make you happy with out putting you to sleep Etheromania continues to Increase and etheromanes keep devising novel ways of taking the baneful narcotic The ether ball is a new and popular wayA group of etheromanes lying together on silk divans break under one anothers nostrils these bright balls The sweet subtle fumes of the ether are inhaled and the ether drunkards dream their strange ether dreams- I cure many of them by means of hypnotism Just now at the New Year the season of good resolutions and reforms I shall be unusually suc cessful in my cures Dime Novel Days Marathon mad When a mere child I read a storyI think it was a dime novelabout an Indian runner prob ably a tencent Beadle among the first of the tencenters and far more wholesome than the salacious ten cent ers of the present day of eroticism The winning of the west was due largely to the dime novel I never read one that did not tend to enlarge a boys love of outdoor sport and clean adventure There was nothing that could not be read at the family fireside Yet some one started a crusade against the dime novel and after 20 years it was partly eradicatedthat- is it was forced to give way to the cheap tales of city dens and dives New York Press Something Saved Can you help me maam asked the itinerant at the doorfir was burned out last night and lost every thingLost everything Yes everything maam Well you dont seem to have lost your nerve You were around here last week and told me the same story Bill Board Space Given to Club A space ten feet square on a billboard facing Lafayette square in New Orleans has been given to the mem bers of the New Era club by Junius Garrick and will be made to help in the suffrage campaign the club is car ryingon Each week important facts concerning the movement wilf be announced on the space PROF ANDERSON AT TilE CITY SCHOOLS Talks Interestingly Parents Day On Our Smaller Friends and Enemies Prof Anderson of Kentucky Wes leyan College addressed the students of the City School on Parents Day Wednesday morning on Our Smaller Friends and Enemies The talk to the children was thoroughly enjoyed by a number of visitors and was very interesting to the pupils Prof Anderson said in past See Into Future Aslook into your faces this morning and then look into the future to see you boys and girls grown men and women I see something else be sides governors senators and repre sentatives I see instead ofmen who ought to be tsrong robust active men weak emaciated exhausted Iseewomen anemic nervous chronic inva lids that should be in the best of health 4 My object is to tell you of your en emies who are trying to destroy your healthwho will only be satisfied with your death In the air we breaths in the water we drink in the houses we live in in the streets we walk on live these enemies by the million You cannot see them with the eye Only the powerful lenses of the microscope reveal to us their identity- MicroParasites These enemies of ours are called microparasites microbe or germ A parasite is a plant or animalwhich feeds on other plants and animals A good example of a visible plant para site is the mistletoe and of the animal parasites the ticks and fleas are good examplesBut microbe to which I refer is a little fellow So small are they that on a grain of meat which was being served in a New York Hotel 378000 000 were found Perhaps an average size for a kind called bacteria would be one twelve thousandths of an inch in length and one fifty thousandths of an inch in diameter Some Vegetable Gome Animal These little germs are some vege table some animal But the remark able arebalive active and viewed under the microscope the novice cannot tell the difference between the vegetable and the animal organism Sometimes a trained biologist must resort to a chemical test to distinguish between the Vegetable and animal ofnew landsThey are composed of one cellonly That is they have no organs like the higher forms of life Yet eachof these microorganisms has a life his tory It must have a parentorgan ism it must have food to eat and a place to live Given these conditions and one good healthy one can in twen millionsTheyI have watched this process under the microscope One organism di vides into two and the process of division only takes from one to five minutes These two soon become four the four eight the eight sixteen thus on the process goes Never Dies Naturally There is one rspect in which the life history of the microbe differs from the life history of man Man grows old and must die The microbe is immortal it does not grow old and never dies a natural death When the infirmities of age are about to over take it instead of it losing its teeth gettin gray and dying it just divides and instead of an old one there are two babies to repeat the process for ever unless some outside power in terferes This description of the nat ure size and life history applies as well to our friends among the microbes as well as to our enemies for as my subject implies some are good and some are bad Are Mens Allies The vast majority of these organ isms are mans allies Without the one called the yeast plant there could be no fermentation no salt rising bread no light rolls When the ris ing is set at night the yeast plant floating in the air settles in the cup and goes to work By morning if they have had the right temperature and the right kind of sugar and starch the whole cup is full of a fer mented mass or is literally a mass of living germs This is mixed in the flour and kept at a comfortable tem perature Here the organism gets in some good work and in feeding and multiplying it throws off carbon diox ide gas This gas in attempting es cape lifts the batter up bodily tow ards the top of the vessel In baking the bread the heat drives off the gas and at the same time kills the germ Of Kindred Nature Of a kindred nature to the yeast plant are the microbes that sour vinegar and milk and that ripen cheese and perhaps cure tobacco Then there are the animal germs of putrefaction i Backmans Famous Trou- peIiA OF I AND Trained Wild Animals ExhibitionITraveling SIX FIRST CLASS ARTISTS =TWENTY PERFORMING I WILD ANIMALS TwoCarloadsofParaphernalia Every Visitor Receives a Free Souvenir of the Glass Blowers Handiwork Open From 2 to 5 and 7 to 930 Admission Adults 25c1 Ghildr- enl0cAUDITORIUM RINK ALL WEEK Commencing Monday These are our scavanger friends that destroy the waste and debris of care less man Without these allies the face of the earth would soo i be unfit for habitation Perhaps no microparasite is right now a better friend to us all and especially to the farmer than the one which lives in the nodules on the roots of clover alfalfa and other leguminous plants These country para sites take the free nitrogen out of the air and in the laboratories of their own simple one celled bodies trans form it into a food for grains The farmer sows a seed inoculatedwith these nitrogen loving germs and while he is engaged elsewhere they on the nodules of the roots prepare for him a fertilizer he cannot buy By such assistance the farmer proposes to en rich his fields from the atmosphere that blows about us Some Are Dangerous- I would that all parasites were so kindly disposed as the ones I have described However there are not many classes of them that are dan gerous Certain ones cause disease and especially the contagious dis eases When there bacteria get into the blood of human bodies in the course of their feeding and growth they produce toxins or poisonous sub stances whose effects are characteristic of the disease These infectious diseases are caused by the invasion of the body by microparasites typhoid fever yellow fever diptheria small pox tuberculosis and no doubt measles chickenpox scarlet fever and colds The bacteria of typhoid fever must get into the system through water or milk Tuberculosis is caused by breathing an atmosphere laden with the germ from a patient Yel low and malarial fever is introduced into the body off the lbilltof a mos quito The bubonic plague is transferred by the flea to the human body from diseased rat The last plague has been introduced into California recently from the Orient Feb l5th Few in This Climate The diseases to fear here in this cli mate are typhoid fever smallpox tuberculosis diptheria and scarlet fever All are infectious diseases and should be controlled Keep the para sites out of the system and there is no danger of the disease Quarantine care and cleanliness will rid any com munity of infectious diseases The excreta of all patients of an infectious disease should be burned or destroyed by a chemical Expectorating in public buildings or an side walks ought to be prohibited What Should You Do As young people what precautions should you take There are certain infectious diseases like measles dip theria scarlet fever etc which you can only escape by keeping away from those who have it This is not true of the two most dreaded infec tious diseasesconsumption and ty phoid fever The parasites from a patient must get into the system by some medium of communication Pre vent that and escape is sure But the white blood corpuscles the serum of the blood the saliva and the gastric fluid all are enemies to disease germs In strong robust bodies these allies will destroy the wandering bacteria as they enter the system That the body may be robust sleep eight or nine hours out of the twentyfour stand and sit erect breathe with every air cell of your lungs eat an abund ance of wholesome food exercisein the sun light and drink pure water be fore breakfast at breakfast and after breakfast Repeat the process of drinking at the other meals Shun tea coffee tobacco alcohol as you shun morphine and strychnine When some ill feeling or condition comes upon you which you do not understand at once consult a physician Eternal vigilenceis the priceof heath but Jiealth is worth eternal vigilence TimA NEWS WANT itl nytR TISEMENt ItIt Ancient Ink Better Than Ours The question of making durable Ink perplexes the manufacturers of today Observe closely any letter five or ten years old and one will notice that ill all probability the writing has faded to a brown color and Is very Indis tinct flDo to any large museum and there ill be seen ancient manuscripts the writing of which Is as black and daybefore NightsCommander returning famished from their futile dash for the pole In 1906 slaughtered a herd of seven musk oxen on Hazen landafter they crouched Inside their snow huts eating continuously and when they had finished the pile of bones outside was as high as a tall marta chin The Highest Authorities J A Kentucky physician after exten sive experiments has written a paper to show that whisky aggravates the venom of snake bites This is test mony from a high source and leaves little to be done except to appeal the case to the supreme experts in North Carolina St Louis GlobeDemocrat Old Thoughts May Be New A thought Is often original though you have uttered It a hundred times It has come to you over a new route by an express train of associations Holmes For Married Men wayInleast Let your wife nave her way once In a while and experience a throb iof generosity Exchange Their SimilarityowuA rolling stone gathers no moss remarked the proverb dispenser And like the human high roller rejoined the thoughtful thinker Uit also grafV tat s downhill 4 Vv As We Use It Horace Money amasced eltlrtr lt tW 2l rules t 1 I i 1 Jr k itX J Page Fi tA U WINCHESTER NEWStTIE WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated y Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Except SuntDaily aYe S Entered as secondclass matter iHovember 28 1908 at the post office jrt Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 31839S- UBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 Jfet week v 10 Payable at office or to collector emery week Mail Delivery 9 c year S 300 ife months 150 rfcftM month 25 r Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES Disoiay Per Inch tnl time any edition 25 fkree times within one week 50- tme week continuously 100- 0ae calendar month 300 sour weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 JFonr weeks two times a week 120 JTovr weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per sent 6 months 25 per cent one fr 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Jfcuoness notices body type 712- ePare reading news headings 15 New Phone No 91 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 10 1909 CALIFORNIA AND JAPAN In spite of the protests of the President California has passed most of the antiJapanese bills The one most obnoxious to Japan is that providing for the segragation of the island ers while in the schools The President advises an appeal to the courts to see if the bill cannot be declared unconstitutional To many at a distance it seems as if the whole affair could have been left to the Federal Government where it in reality belongs But the Federal Government is naturally slow and the Californians are impatient Already an agreement has been made by the State department with the Japanese by which the latter is to limit the number of laborers who shall be admitted to this country and if this be maintained for twenty years or so it will solve the question itself just as the Chinese exclusion acts have solved the Chinese questions But when all is said and done it is A question of the races In the South ern States separate schools are pro vided for white and colored Even such a school as Berea was forbidden by the Kentucky law On the other hand in our State Japanese hAYs are admitted to our schools and m one thinks anything of it There are so few Japanese that no one here thinks of a yellow peril Brit in California thousands of Japanese are flocking to the State and are meeting the whites in bus iness in labor and in education The competition between the races is been Immediately threats of the yel Jpw peril are heard on all sides And the dominant white race immediately insists that Japanese children shall be educated apart On the other hand there are few negroes in California and as a matter of course the col ored children attend the same schools as the white children and nothing is thought of it It is the old AngloSaxon domina tin of race The English have over ran the world They have been the greatest and most successful colon izes Spain and France and Italy have neversucceeded And why the difference Much of the weakness of the latins is attributed to their tendency to intermarry and intermingle with the races they govern whether negro Indian or yellow The AngloSaxons have held themselves sternly apart have either ruled or destroyed the conquered people California will have her way whether it be through Roosevelt and the State department or in spite of them The Golden State js intensely proud of its birth and its traditions Far younger than Kentucky in tile roll if States it is in some ways more clannish And when the citizens of California have finally awakened to the danger of Japanese immigration theer is no reasoning with them Why should Kentuckians think they are wrong FIGHTERS IN fiNE FETTLE Cross and Driscoll to Meet for Ten Rounds Tonight at New York New York Feb 10 Unless all signs fail followers of the game of hit and get away will see a corking good bout tonight when Leach Cross of New York and Jem Driscoll of Wales face each other The little Welshman has cleaned up about everything there is in his class on this side of the water and is deter mined to add Cross scalp to his col lection The New Yorker however is considerably heavier than Driscoll and that fact is worrying the admirers of the latter Cross has a good punch that hurts when it lands and his fol lowers think he will land on the Welshman The latter however is considered to be the superior qf Cross In everything but weight Both men are in fine shape and it will be a fight worth going far to see It is scheduled to go ten rounds DE ORO is FAVORITE Will Meet JQSS Lean Tonight at Three Cushion Billiards New York Feb 10Alfred De Oro End Jess Lean will meet tonight in this city to decide the question of the championship of the country at three cushion billiards generally considered the most difficult game with the cue now played De Oro who is well known through out the country as the former pool champion is now the champion three cushion billiard player He is the fa vorite in tonights match The match will consist of 250 points divided into five nights play of 50 points each night The Jordan trophy a handsome diamond studded emblem worth 1000 and the championship will be at stake A side bet of 500 has been made Harmon Appoints Hoyt Columbus 0 Feb 10Governor Harmon has named Thaddeus E Hoyt of Ashtabula county to take the place of Judge W S Metcalfe of Geauga county on the circuit court bench in the seventh judicial district Judge Metcalfe who was appointed to the position a few days before Governor Harris retired from office will refuse to surrender and this will pre cipitate a legal battle for possession of the office Russian Miners Entombed Yuzovka Russia Feb 10An ex plosion occurred in the Catherine mine and it was followed quickly by fire One hundred and twentyfive miners are imprisoned in the mine An engineer and three workmen who attempted to rescue tbe victims have been killed South Africans Fond of Oatmeal South Africans are distinctly an oat meal eating people over 300000 worth of this American breakfast food being imported annually into South Af rica ANNOUNCMNTS For Mayor We are authorized to announce- J A HUGHES as a candidate for Mayor subjeet to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce H T STROTHER as a candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject tojthe actinof the Democratic party We are authorized to announce WO HOSKINS as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party For City Judge We are authorized to announce JUDGE F P PENDLETON as a candidate for City Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce WOODSON MCORD as a candidate for Chief of police subject to the action of the Demo cratic party City Collector We are authorized to announce- HARRY W SCRIVENER as a candidate for City Colfectoraof Winchester subject to the aeTion of the Democratic party MOVED HIS SH- OPsTom Cbwan the popular leiwho was burned out in tae GnView Hotel fire would like te hfcv his customers and old irientls elonhim fin his new shop in the Srapsoo and Hathaway building HAS NSW SERUM Doctor Is Treating Massillon Patients For Paresis Massillon 0 Feb 10In his ad dress at the sixth councillor district of the Union Medical society at Mc Kinley hall Massillon state hospital Dr J D OBrien exhibited four pa tients who are suffering from paresis and who have been treated with a recently discovered serum whicu he TheIferent stages of paresis I have just closed up a million dollar deal with John D Rockefeller declared one of the patients He has sold me his golf links he strain of the transaction has brought on a serous attack of nervousness Thats why I am in the hospitaljust recup eratingThe clinic was a demonstration to s1w the condition of the patients now It is proposed to test Dr OBriens methods of treatment to the full on these four subjects KILLS EDITOR Young Man Blows Out Own Brains When Cornered by Mob Dayton Feb 10Clyde Henley aged 25 crept up behind P Mellum editor of the College Corner Ind News aged 48 and the father of sev en children and shot and killed him instantly He then ran to his moth ers home followed by a mob He barricaded the door and made prepar ations to defend himself and when the mob began to break down the door he blew out his brains KITTREDGE OPPOSES GAM BOND ISSUE Insists That Sea Level Waterway Should Have Been Built Washington Feb lOThe senate became involved in a discussion Qf the type of canal that should be cot structed at Panama Senator Kitt redge chairman of the committee on interoceanic canals precipitated this debate by bringing in an adverse report on the Hopkins bill authorizing the secretary of the treasury to issuo bonds to thee tent of 500000000 for the construction of the canal Reading a statement of expendK tures on the canal up to date he declared that the completion of the lock canal would cost 400000000 and insisted that a great mistake had been made in not adhering to the plans tot the building of a sea level water way across the isthmus which he said would be cheaper than the lock canal Senators Foraker and Teller both Joined Mr Kittredge in declaring the belief that a sea level canal should be constructed and Mr Kittredge said it was too late to abandon the lock project House Also Talks Canal Washington Feb 10Fornearly six hours the house of representatives discussed the bill materially chang ing the methods of administering the Panama canal zone and constructing the canal Amendments almost with out number were aimed at the meas ure but with one or two exceptions they failed of adoption Consideration of the bill was completed but because of a threatened roll call by the opponents of the bill and the hour being late Mr Mann having it in charge did not ask for a vote Bacon Discredits Ralney Washington Feb 10The United States government disavows all responsibility for remarks made by Rep resentative Rainey of Illinois in the house criticising President Obaldia of Panama according to a letter sent by Secretary of State Bacon fo C G Arosemena minister from Panama in reply to a protest by the latter made by direction of the ministers govern ment Longboat Accepts Schrubb Challenge New York Feb 10The managers of Tom Longboat the Indian runner announced they had decided to ac cept the offer of a 7500 purse for a finish mile race In Buffalo on Feb 25 with Alfred Shrubb the English man who was defeated by the In dian in Madison Square Garden last Friday night MOB IS IN PURSUIT Negro Assailant of Florida Girl to Be Lynched If Caught Tampa Fla Feb lOThe 16year old daughter of George Newell a farmer living near Lakeland was seized by a negro while on her way to school at Lakeland She fought her assailant and succeeded in hold Ing him at bay until the timely arrival of persons attracted by her screams causing the negro to flee to the woods Fully 1500 people joined in the search for the negro bent upon lynching him but so far no trace of him has been found Dolliver Eulogizes Lincoln Washington Feb 10 Lincoln mem orial services were held at Howard university this city The oratorwas Senator Dolliver of Iowa who declared that Lincoln once despised derided misunderstood maligned has been lifted up into the light of universal history where all men and all gen erations of men may see him and make out if possible the manner of mars he was rr SPECIAL Lace Embroidery Sale FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ILot Mo 1 2000 Yards Laces consisting of Pillow Case Valenciennes Torchon Cluny Novelty Persian Bands Baby Edges with insertion to match All new patterns At retail they are from 7c to lOc sale5cSpecial price in this Lot No 2 edgesandentirely new at The price They range in width from 14 to 5 inches and are neat dainty patterns made on a very fine cloth Are worth lOc per yard Choice in this sale Novel and in sets width from 214 to 3i inches are at a of in Our LOOKS BAD FOR WOMEN Columbus Authorities Find Gentle Sex Have the Spitting Columbus 0 Feb 10 by the authorities to ascertain to what extent the ordinance is be ing violated on the streets and in the street cars report that a great many women are guilty of in public places although the men usu ally receive all the blame It was also noted that more violations qfthe ordi nance were observed on the cars that run through the districts of the city than on those traversing the sections where the working class es reside The work of the spotters was pre liminary to a general crusade to stop the habit of in public places by a rigid enforcement of the city ordinance Refer to President Feb 10A tentative plan of organization of the American council of fine arts was outlined and submitted to President Roosevelt by Supervising Archi tect Taylor of the treasury the delegation composed of 30 eminent archi- teCts and artists called at the White House WITNESSES Government Seeks to of Pacific Lines Cincinnati Feb to prove that joint agencies and joint freight solicitors for the Union and Southern Pacific railways were indi cations of merging of interests contrary to law the federal government put eleven witnesses on the stand in the hearing before Special Examiner Sylvester G Williams There was much similarity in the testimony the apparent effort being to increase its effectiveness by the multiplicity of witnesses to the same effect r MIND THEIR OWN BUSINESS People of Salvador Deny They Are Looking for Trouble San Salvador Republic of Salvador Feb lOThere is no truth in there ports from Managua Nica ragua that a Salvadorian gunboat had been firing its guns at night in the pretense of repulsing a Nicarag uan attack the alleged intention be ing to create ill feeling against the Nicaraguan government Salvador is quiet and both the government and the people are attendingt only to their own affairs L a II 5cYd I Lot No 3 2000 Yards Hamburgs and Inser tions ranging in width from 3 to 17 inches At retail they cost from 12Vc to 25c per yard Friday and Saturday you can buy them choice lOc Yd ILot No 42000 Hamburgs and loser = tions all beautiful patterns and never sell for less than 20c to 35c per yard For Friday and Saturday price sale special I5c a Yd Lot No 500 Yards of Attractive Designs Swiss and Nansopk match tasterthese goods cheap priceII St N St t To the Editor of The News Dear SirIn your issue of Monday 8th the was embodied in an editorial under the caption of Thanks and a Editor of this paper has been under the weather the doctor says he just dodged He holds natural gas for most of his troubles it always seems to fail when the weather gets coldest and when it is most needed When the editor builds his house in he may remember natural gas for its but its a cinch he installs around the house at least one good fire The element of fair play I think has been a in the of The News since its several months ago but in the I beg leave to submit that the editor has slipped a cog though it was doubtless nqt In the first place if the gas in his home failed during the recent cold snap and caused him illness why did he not register a at the office of the gas company in this city of such so that if possible the company could set about to effect a remedy beg to submit Mr Editor that this have been in far better form would have accorded tp the company that justice which under the was due it If the gas companys jin this city had been advised of the created in the Editors home by of the gas a rem edy would have been quickly applied and effected I regret very much that the Editor has been sick and that he alleges his sickness was caused by the failure of the gas and I regret also that he did not knock at the proper time and at the proper place Let me employ in this a If a of our worthy daily paper assumed unjust ly the of to every body except the Editor about some or error in his paper the Editor would doubtless knock too and demand that the ag grieved come to and knock and not announce his a II 5f- r employed Only 17c a I I THISSALEsaytheWill Display This Sale Windows Jesse Owens Bio eartfflent Store Opp George Hotel Main Winchester Ky HabitI antispitting expectorating fashionable expectorating Organization Washington Accompanied EXAMINED ProveVMerger emanating Yd Yards You See 10Seeking TOTE FAIR 1 EDITOR February subjoined paragraph KnockThe pneumonia responsible Winchester cleanliness somewhere oldfashionedcoal conspicuous quantity publication inception foregoing intentional complaint delinquency II circumstances management discomfort thefailure connection juxtaposition subscriber prerogrative knocking delinquency receiving subscriber headquarters Only Yd grievances from the housetops and on the highways and among the hed ges foregoingtoweather only four complaints besides he one you registered in your columns concerningfaultyentered at the office of the gas com pany and had very slight foundation- I think Mr Ed or that this is a- very good showing considering the ex tensive clientage the gas company countyOf Winches x ter may be assured and that is the Ythesatisfaction and these same efforts never cease If any customer be comes loaded down with complaints come around to Jheadquarters and un i load on us and we will get to work fIIinfirmitiesYours sincerely GEO A GREEN Agt You can not eat all the flour advertised as the best on earth and you can not make a mistake in us MfLillyMANSFIELDS FLOUR MILLS KJ11133moeod For safe protection against fire let me insure your property CAS P BEDFORD agent for Continental Fire Insurance Company 1274 wks WedSat REMEMBER YOUR GIRL And get a Valentine for her at the rink Friday night 2iO3t NOT HURT SERIOUSLY George Basket one of the colored employes of the Reliance Manufacturing Company while oiling some of the machinery at the plant Wednesday morning was caught in a belt and severely cut and bruised about the head and shoulders Dr Tyler was sum moned and dressed his wounds His injuries are not considered serious- Above Consistency n TJOulr t i t r II tw o r THE WINCHESTER NEWSFRYIt I OOrJTYL TheIonmeetingSaturday e o g The Daughters of the American Revolution will have a skating party at the Auditorium on Friday night February 12 The public is invited to come and skate J Saxton Dance the evening of February 22 the ilyoung society girls of Winchester will The m give a dance at theAuditorium young ladies are sparing no pains to 4 r make this a most briliant affair One of the features oft he evening is the Grand March which will be charmingly led by Mr and Mrs T Hart Robinson The inimitable Saxton in thepromises to surpass himself especially for the willoccasionbe served during intermission Sa march will begin promptly at nine 5oclock and all requested to be esent at that time r sweetheart ujd buy liner Fridayanight The Literary and Social Club will have another of its interesting meet in ongSaturday afternoon willThemeet with Miss Emma Thomson on Saturday1J9 Delicious candies to suit the most fastidious at the Auditorium Friday night February 12 tYou can have your fortune told at the 1 Auditorium Friday night by a noted palmist Come and try her No Special Train The special train wbicfc was to have been run from Lexington after the performance of The King of Kong has been called off on account of the interested parties inability to secure a sufficiently large crowd QCharming Recital will have one f j ofher charming recitals on Friday afternoon a Mr Lewjs Hampton vdH enter tain with a box party at theLexin ton Opera IHouse tonight to seethe u Sing of Kong Christian Gordon The marriage of Miss Margaret Christian to Mr Frederick Hood Gordon was solemnized Tuesday evening flt 7 oclock at thecountry home of the bridts mother Mrs John W Christian of Oiilesbnrg The wedding was a very quiet one only members of the dmmedi ate families being present Rev J W Porter officiated The home decorated i the drawing rom where the ceremony was performed there was a pretty altar of flowers beioievwhic ooup1eodThe a beautiful blue Jckuth tailored gown and stylish hat She is very pretty and attractive 1 young lady Rlldis much admired iPLt Gordon Is the yqungesc son of r Mrs T E Gordon He is one of It Lexiagtaifs most popular young J men and is in business with his motherin Gordotas millinery firm Atfer the ceremony the coapel was entertained at supper and left immediately for New York on reIturn MrI will make their home with Gordon mother on Barr street Mr A Boo 3 Hampton Jr a student of the University of Vir ginIa and a member of the King thi81morningparents Mr and Mrs Andrew HamptonMiss Dav of Winchester has been with Miss Daisy Day at her grandfathers for several days Mt Sterling Advocate r PERSONALS Miss Nannie Kemper of Mt Sterling is visiting Miss Pearl Williams Mr and Mrs J A Curtis and son Hurley are visiting the family of W T WilliamsMr Judy and Mi Robert Barnes of Mt Sterling were in town Monday night to see The Wolfe The friends of Miss Annie droxton are glad to know that she isI able to be out again after being in bed for about a week Mrs Jeff Sutherland is a good deal better and her friends wish fpr a speedy recovery Mr Tom Rash is quite ill at his home of grippe Miss Elizabeth Skillinore was in Lexington Tuesday Mrs SF Key of Mayfield will arrive Saturday to be the guest of her daughter Mrs J Crews Rashof Clay City Miss Mae Shrout has returned to her home in Owingsville after a delightful visit to Miss Mary Renaker Mr and Mrs Jesse Hampton of Owingsville arrived in town Tuesday night from a tour through the South AugustineEin Florida and Cuba JASPER IMrs Robert Cooke who has been ill is some better Mr and Mrs Ethan Jones visited the la tiers parents near Pilot View last Sunday R D Gannon is at Hot Springs for his health Mies Mildred Mulling of Shelby county is the pleasantguest of her brother J S Mullins at this place David Prewitt of jthis place is the guest of relatives at Little Rock Ark Miss Rosa Jones who taught the pub lic term of school in district No sev en division four returned to her home at this place last week Our school at this place vas sus pendeda part of last week on account of the death of the father ofour teacher Miss Halley We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones SEWELL SHOP Mr amid Mrs T A Rqpaid arid family visited relatives here one dy list week Mr Ulay Crump is somewhat better Mr Sfcdli Rupard spent Saturday JiWITYHallMiss Sarah Clarke spent last week with Mrs J M Sewell Miss Henrietta Sewell spent Faoday with Miss Zora Lewis Mr Eaxil Rolph spent Sotauday night with friends here Air and Mrs Ed Buniia w ats in Winchester Saturday Charms Used by Gamblers Gamblers have many charms to in sure good luck when playing Among these are a line catskin hung from the neck a human knee bone or toe bore an owls heart a small red feather a moles foot a rabbits foot the tall of a lizard the skin of a blacksnake worn around the waist or a lizard wilh two tails The latter is irresistible 11 BY BUYING I your Furniture ofus you willreap a double benefit first the merit of the articles and sec ond in paying the low est possible prices such highclass thatIcan be sold for IMPORTANT ADVANTAGEi- s that our assortments in all lines are complete and probably greater than are to be found anywhere else in Clark county f We Give S H Green Trading Stamps sThe Winn Furniture Co rf r IRISHMEN RIOT FreeforAII Fight Nearly Terminates Convention at Dublin Dublin Feb 10That John Red mond holds undiminished control of his party and while steadfastly ad hering to the policy of strict independence with regard to the English political parties declines to counten ance any hampering of the Liberal leaders by harassing tactics was proved at tie exciting session of the United Irish league convention The minority headed by William OBrien in advocating a policy of frank hobtil ity toward the Liberals had a very bad reception Their speeches were shouted down and all Mr Redmonds efforts failed to secure a respectful hearing even for Mr OBrien him selfAngry feeling was displayed and finally led to unseemly rowdyism which culminated in a free fight on the platform and nearly brought the convention to an abrupt and untimely conclusion Sings and Prays on Gallows Marion Ark Feb 10P G Nich ols convicted of one murder of Ed Smith a 15yearold boy while shooting at his father was hanged here Nichols sang a song and offered a prayer for his enemies on the gallows TWENTYSIX INDICTED y Federal Grand Jury Is After Alleged Timber Thieves Muskogee Okla Feb 10Indict ments against twentysix representa tives of big corporations charging them with sleaiing valuable timber from segregated lands in Oklahoma were returned by the federal grand jury An additional indictment was returned against one person for im personating a United States officer in furtherance of the scheme of alleged timber thieves The alleged thefts occurred chiefly in the Choctaw Chfokasaw and Seminole nations Judge Campbell issued strict orders that no names of the indicted persons be given out until after they had been arrested and have either been committed to jail or have given bonds Cleveland Brokers Assign Cleveland 0 Feb 10 Assigning general business depression as the cause Lamprecht Bros Co bankers and brokers filed a deed of assignment in the insolvency court The assets were stated to be above the liabilities Proceedings in involuntary bankruptcy against the firm was started by Harrison B Mc Graw and others and 1 H Bushnell was appointed receiver in this action WOMAN SUCCEEDS MAN fAlLS Bowling Green Couple Carry Ou Suicide Pact Bowling Green 0 Feb 10Miss Margaret Brandon and William Davis her fiance is not expected to live as the result of a suicide pact carried out here At the same hour but indifferent localities Miss Brandon drank carbolic acid and Davis shot himself Miss Brandon who was 22 years of age died at home Davis 1 years of age had gone to the woods to end his life where he was found It is believed the pact was due to a belief that lack of work and fund would prevent their marriage Mo Stop at Louisville Washington Feb 10Secretary Lpeb stated that the president would not stop in Louisville on his trip to the Kentucky birthplace of President Lincoln Mr Loeb said the presiden- would go direct to Lame county an return at once to Washington TILL MARKETS Chicago i Cattle Steers 4 G07 6ft cows 3 00 g5 50 heSTers 3 OO5 75 bulls 3 403 90 stockers and feeders 3 OOQiS 40 Calves3 508 25 Sheep and LambsSheep 4 005 50 lamias 257 65 yearlings 5 007 00 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 6 40G 50 butchers 6 35G 50 Right mixed 56 06 6 20 choice light 6 206 35 packing 6 156 40 pigs 5 605 S5 Wheat No 2 red I ll1hl 13 CornNo3 61Ms62c OatsNo 3 5153c Cleveland OCattle Prime dryfed cattle SGOO6 25 fat steers 5 75 J6 00 heifers S4 255 25 cows 2 25C 3 50 bulls 53 0004 25 nllkers an springers 325 0055 P0 Calves 59 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheen 5 505 55 ethers 55 005 25 ewes 54 254 75 lambs S 007 50 Hogs Mixed 56 55 mediums heavies 70 Yorkers 6 55 pins 56 25 stags 54 755 roughs 5i55 85IEast Buffalo Cattle Export cat tle SS 00G 50 shipping steers 55 50 6 00 butcher cattle 55 006 25 heifers 4 005 50 cows 53 004 75 bulls 53 7j 5 00 Calces Best 59 069 25 Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 55 GO5 25 TVethers 55 55 75 ewes 54 505 00 lambs 56 507 75 yearlings 56 256 75 Hogs Heavies 56 S5 mediums 56 80 JTorkers 56 6U6 75 pigs 56 50 roughs it 80 stags fl 505 00 Pittsburg PaCattle Choice 56 25 6 40 prime 56 OOG 20 tidy butchers 55 C05 70 heifers 53 5035 50 cows bulls and stags 2 505 00 fresh cows 525 0055 00 CalvesVealG 009 50 Sheep and LambsPrime wethers 55 25 5 50 good mixed 55 005 20 lambs55 007 80 Hogs =Prime heavy 90 7 00 mediums 56 85 heavy Yorkers 56 756 85 light Yorkers 56 406 50 pigs 56 206 30 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XX 3435c X 3132c No 1 wash ed 3839c No 2 washed 3939c fine unwashed 2324c blood combing 30 31c blood combing 2930c bloOd combing 2930c delaine washed 3Sg 40c delaine unwashed 30c Kentucky and Indiana blood 2930c blood 2728cCincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 15117 CornNo 2 64164c-OatsNo 2 5354c RyeNo 2 Sic Lard9 29 35 Bulk Meats 59 37l Bacon 510 00 Hogs 55 00675 Cattle2 06 10 Sheep2 305 25 Lambs 55 00627 75 Toledo Wheat 51 13 corn 63coats 53CJ rye 79cdoveraeed 5552 G1LLETT DROPS OUT Governor Says He Leaves AntiJap Fight to Speaker Stanton Sacramento Cal Feb 10Gover nor Gillett who returned here from San francisco made a statement that he would have nothing further to say regarding the antiJapanese legisla tion now pending He announced that he Would leave the whole matter in the hands of Speaker Philip Stanton who received a message from Presi dent Roosevelt explaining the posi tion of the federal government in relation to the antialien bills Two of these measures will be reported in the assembly today as special orders of business and It is expected that the fate of anti Japanese legislation at this session will be decided before adjournment Six Companies Wire Roosevelt San Francisco Cal Feb 10ln a telegraphic communication to Presi dent Roosevelt by the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent association bet ter known as the Chinese Six companies the attention of the president is called to certain instances wherein it is affirmed the executive depart ment sought for the Japanese dents of California many rights an privileges that the Chinese have long been denied Baileys Resolution Defeated Salem Oregon Feb 10 Senator Baileys antiJapanese resolution was defeated in the senate when the ma jority report of the resolutions committee was accepted NEGRO LYNCHED IN ORDERLY MANNER Roby Baskin Breathes Last as Sheriff Arrives Houston Miss Feb 10 Baskin murderer of the Rev W T Hudson was lynched by a mob A crowd of over 300 determined citizens took the negro from the Jail and hanged him to a nearby tree Not a shot was fired and the whole proceeding was conducted in a quiet but businesslike fashion Sheriff Bean of Okonla arrived just as the negro breathed his last 0and made a strong protest that h II had nit been treated right Leaders of the mob said they had not been given a speedy trial of the negro as promised and that they could not be blamed for taking justice into their own hands DROWNEDtFall Into Water Hole While Seeking Safety After Explosion Zeigler Ills Feb 10Two miner- were drowned in a wild scramble fo safety in the Leiter coal mine four teen others escaping without injury The panic was caused by a slight explosion in the workings which did comparatively little damage The 16 9men comprised the working force and all rushed for the shaft Two 0 them M Kimball white and Lawson Palmer a negro fell into a water hol near the bottom vof the shaft Th bodies were found by a rescuing party Horthy Goes to Leavenworth Cleveland 0 Feb 10Dr L A Horthy the matrimonial bureau agent accused of using the mails to defraud Taylerdsentenced to 18 months in the Leav enworth penitentiary OFFICIALS MURDERED Serious Outbreak Occurs In Capital of Persian Province Teheran Feb 10A serlo s uprising has broken out at Resht capital of the province of Ghilan The gov ernor and several other administra tion officials have been murdered b revolutionists who burned the gover mors palace and the post and tele graph offices adjoining A panic prevails in the city and al 1the bazaars have been closed Th governors troops have taken a refuge in the Russian consulate The outbreak presumably is connected with the nationalist movement Bulgarian Reserves Disband Sofia Bulgaria Feb 10 Satisfied that Turkey has renounced its intention of demanding a rectification of the TurkoBulgarian frontier the Bulgarian government issued order- disbondirsg the reservists or the eight- division called out a few weeks ago THE MEAT Of IT The Melrose party of seven that was lost h Deat Valley Nev have been found by resuers Tne creosoting plant of the Mis souri Kansas Texas railroad com pany at Greenville Tex was destroyed by fire loss 200000 Policeman Knapp Chicago was fatally injured while attempting to stop a runaway team As the result of business difficul ties W A Biggers shot and killed James G Hood at Charlotte N C The Coal Belt National bank of Benton Ill has been closed by order of the comptroller of the currency Four men were smothered to death by a rush of culm at the St Nicholas Washery of the Philadelphia Readying Coal and Iron company at Potts t1llePa 111f5he OpportunityIS YOURS I 1 I flf IthisTrading Stamps thrown in too nn II I C 11 BOWEN1 c OPERA HffUSEI Mark E Swan of New York City willibeplay Fellow In the play Mr Swan takes the leading male part that of Tom Chance who unintentionally gets everyone into trouble and then does all in his Swandvier who is characterized in the prog ram as A Little Madcap The play begins with a little blun der which before the piece is ended causes no end of trouble and many amusing situations It is by accident that Winchester theatregoers have the pleasure of see ing Mr Swan as at the beginning of the season he did not intend to take part By reason of the fact that the thisIGrand Rapids Mr Swan agreed to take the part himself yearsImoved to Ky where he lived until he was eight teen and where his first plav a little comedy sketch called Blunders was gelyCANDY IN PLENTY Theiladies will treat you well Come and bring your girl UPIWASHINGTON ONCE GAVE to three doctors was kept in bed fromIa to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bueklens Arnica Salve com pletely cured me writes John Washington of Bosqueville Texas Foi eczema boils burns and piles its ComIpany RANKIIVrClaude Cooper sold to Dave Hamp ton a cow for 25 R J Sidwell is in Dayton 0on business W R Ewing sold to a Lexington forfi225 hisc310rW R Ewing sold a pair of mules last week for 300 C C Cooper sold to W R Ewing a mare price unknown Clauck Cooper sold a bunchof shoats at five cents per pound- J TT Martin has rented a farm on Wades Mill pike from C Thompson Mrs J P Kirk is visiting relatives- in Fleming county Miss Stanley Ewing and sister Miss Mamie has returned to their home here after several weeks visit with relatives at Stanton Kane Burns has returned to his home at Lyvonia N Y after several weeks visit to relatives here Miss Ivy Ragland spent several days with her sister Mrs Brown Bradley of Tulip last week W R Ewing bought of Mrs Lee- Allen her fawn at Allansville for 950eA jolly good time was reportedat the Bachelors Hall in Winchester Set urday night Among some of the guests that attended from this place were Colby Mullins John B Lisle Capt Todd Malcolm Shipp W H Fox Chas Hanlsy Say Ragland Al Ian B Rankin and Tom Ewing of Stanton Dancing was enjoyed until werehtime a WINCHESTER PH Nobody can say that Winchester residents are tight wads No They pulled their purses open this last week and responded almost en masse to the call issued As a consequence they have both loosened as far as their pocket books are concerned but more to the point and as a result of their spending 100 they have loos ened up in their joints also for the call was issued by The Rheumaline Coy of Cincinnati through the Phillips lbthe loosener For that is the mission of Rheumaline you know Rhnma1 line cures rheumatism lumbago sci leweler and 0 tician I THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE iA French scientist has discovered lone secret of long life His method with the blood But longago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies reI debfliatedblighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured meen DrugCompany A FINE TIME You will have the time of your life at the Valentine Party Friday night at the rink 2103t REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings Tew Life Pills7 she writes till whbuy cured They Constiyation Store f VALENTINE PARTY Dont fail to attend the D A R entertainment at the Auditorium Fri lay night 2IO3i SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of allremedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restoredmy health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to pre vent Pneumonia its unrivaled 50e and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company HART CHAPTERr Will entertain at the rink Friday night Dont fail to attend 2IO3t CONGRATULATESLANGLEY Our Congressman the Hon JnoJW Langley has a bill in Congress to prevent liquor from being soot into dry territory Our strenuous Democratic frienoV Mayor Clarence Woods of Richmond approves the law and sent Mr Lang ley the following telegram Richmond Ky Feb C 1909 Congressman Langley Washington D Congratulations on temperance iill Tell all Congressmen especially Ken jtuekians that no sincere find of tern jperance will vote againSt vour tilL- re must have such a Jaw ora change of Representatives YoxPo itfi Vox Dei CLARENCE E WOODS MaJr POLICE JUDGE APPOINTED FRANKFORT Ky Feb IbGov ernor Willson yesterday appointed A WhitleyPulaskisigned JPLE LOOSEN UP atica neuralgia gout and kidney liver bladder stomach and blood troubles caused by uric acid and does it without injury to the stomachor heart as it contains no injr oae PhilipDrugChester and its up to yon to play fair with yourself by giving HhenmauM a trial Its cost is only 100 Rhea maline capsules cost 50c and stop pain immediately Rheumaliue tab ets cost 25c and relieve constipation These three are your ahra Get Rheumaline It rewe the cause t IP9IL I I gTHEWINCHESTER NEWS r The Ron d= Up A Romance of Arizona h Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama By JOHN MURRAY as MILLS MILLER Copyright 1908 by G W Dlllingham Co x O 1 Ill settle this thing all right All wife edit is a few words alone with II Jack clasped Echo to his breast as Kb begged this boon from the men who sought his life vNo blustered Buck Yes ordered Slim quietly but em Ijliatically Mr Payson youll give me your word you wont try to es cape Yes agreed Jack His word dont go with us shout ed Buck Slim laid his hand on the butt of his revolver ready to draw if neces sary to enforce his command Buck tQhimgpn sheriff You know I am quick on fingeredhisSo Ive heard tell agreed Slim hastily withdrawing his hand from his revolverSlim appeared to agree to the sur render of Jackto Buck and his punch era permitting them to deal with him they saw fit He fumbled in his left hand waistcoat pocket pulling out a bag of tobacco and a package of rice aper Ostentatiously he began to roll a cigarette Then with the quickness ef a cat his left hand was plunged in the inside right hand pocket of his waistcoat Grasping a revolver by the xnnzzle he deftly jerked It upward and seized the handle in its flight He covered Buck McKee before that worthy realized what had happened With his right hand Slim pulled the weapon which swung at his hip and ajmed it at the other boys of the Lazy K The guns moved up and down the line backed by the sheriffs usually attJIll give you a lesson In pullln guns assiduck he warned as McKee wavered aor any others of you Im playin f I said gents he repeated tills hand alone Buck McKee youve been flirtin with a tombstone fer some time Hands up gents he ordered raising the pistols significantly whenIof the hisandsSlimI cov revolverI sherI t reliedMe too cried Fresno while Show Low came to the front with An likewise here When the Lazy K outfit was thor oughly under subjection Slim stepped forward and said Now gentlemen if you please you see this heres my tyarty an I regelate it my way Jack here gave his word to stay an face ibis thing out Hes agoin to do it Im responsible fer him Iou will collect at the doorSagebrushI ties of hardware as these Sws in their belts I deputize you Gents as you walk out the do you will SageBrushed to you when the court sees fit an roperYou haint goin to let him Buck Id not finish the sentence for Slim oroughly aroused shouted Buck cKee If you say another word Im Din to kill you Gents theres the Dor Your hosses are in the corral f0 Preceded by some of the Sweetwa out3igebrushgeed him Fresno and Parenthesis Ccought up the rear He neednt think hell escape Were und to have him declared Buck Are goin demanded Slim iq voice Arll of menace Cant you see me sneered Buck Sagebrush relieved him of his gun 4M he paSsed handing it to Fresno Sfegk paused in the doorway long plQ1 putouttched win dow until he disappeared through the gate of the corral Then walking down to Jack he took him by the handItUbe all right In an hour Thank you boys Payson assured them We all know you are the whitest man on the Sweetwater assured Sagebrush speaking for the punchers as they left Jack a prisoner with Slim Speaking in a low tone Jim asked Jack Where did you get that mon ey Dont you know he asked in surprise From Jack nodded his head Ill wait fer you In the other room said Slim Maw Pollywe all better leave em aloneAs the woman and the girl left the room the old ranchman paused at the doorway leading to the kitchen to ad vise his soninlaw earnestly I low you better tell her Its best The two young people were left alone In the room in which they had passed so many happy hours to face a crisis in their lives The day which had begun so sunnily was to end in darkest clouds The awful accusation was incredible to Echo Her faith In her husband was not shaken Jack she felt could explain But no matter what the outcome might be she would ae loyal to the man she loved On this point she felt wholly confident Had she not pledged her faith at the mar riage altar Jack A volume of questions was In the word Taking her hands In his and looking searchingly Into her eyes he saidBefore I tell you whats been on my mind these many weeks I want to hold you in my arms and hear you say Jack I believe in you Echo put her arms about his neck and nestling close to his breast declared I do believe in you no mat ter what circumstances may be against you No matter if all the world calls you guilty I believe In you and love youJack seated himself at the table and drew his wife down beside him Put ting his arms about her as she knelt before him he murmured Youre a itsIIIm not worthy Not worthyyou haventIt Isnt gasped Echo starting back from bm thinking that Jack was about to con fess that under some strange stress of circumstances he had slain the express agentNo it isnt that hastily answered Jack with a shudCer at the idea Ive lied to you he simply con fessedLied to meyou triad Echo in dismayIve been a living lie for months relentlessly continued Jack nerving himself for the ordeal through which he would have to pass Jack wailed Echo shrinking from him on her knees covering her face with her hands Its about Dick Echo started Again Dick Lane had arisen as from out the grave What of him she asked rising to her feet and moving away from him He is alive Jack did not dare look at his wife He sat with his face white land pinch ed with anguish The young wife groaned In her ago nyThe blow had fallen Dick alive and she now the wife of another man What of her promise What must he herI It until after we were engaged pursued Jack six months It was the day I questioned you about whether you would keep your promise to Dick If he returned I wanted to tell you then but the telling meant that I should lose you He wrote to me from Mexico where he had been in the hospital He was coming home He inclosed this letter to you Jack drew from his pocket the letter which Dick had inclosed in the one which he had sent Jack telling him of his proposed return She took the missive mechanically and opened it slowly- I wanted to be square with him but I loved you pleaded Jack I loved you better than life better than honor I couldnt lose you and so To be Continued Pet Dogs of the Egyptians Excavators in one of the ancient Egyptian cemeteries discovered the bodies of many pet dogs One of the animals had ivory bracelets round its legs while several had collars of twisted leather one with a leather lead attached The teeth of many of the dogs were in a noticeably bad condition the result of idleness and unhealthy luxury Tulips Like the Light Tulips are very sensitivo to the light During a cloudy day they will sometime does their petals and not open them WtretoroJ r AND THE WOMAN INTERFERED She Wasnt Going to Let Any Flirta tion Goon in Her Presence I saw an odd case of Interference with other folks business the other day In the subway said a young man tlA very pretty and young girl got in a local train on the upper West side A couple of stations further on in came a young man who sat where he cculd see the girl She was good to look at too He caught her eye and apparently held her attention Maybe it wasnt just the right thing for her to do but after a time she moved her head and obvious ly tried to smother a smile The young chap wasnt a bit back ward and before the train got much further along he was sitting in the cross seat with the girl and chatting There was a middleaged woman in the car who apparently had watched the whole affair just as I had The car was practically empty and the others in it were reading newspapers and hadnt paid attention to what was going on- First thing I knew the woman changed from one of the lengthwise seats and took her place in the very cross seat where the two were sitting They didnt notice her until she leaned over and said something to the girl I could just imagine from her looks that she was asking Do you know this young man The young girl flushed up looked three times as pretty and the woman kept on talking and looking stern The upshot of it was that the young fellow got out at the next sta tion apparently to hide his embarrass ment and the girl stayed where she wasAfter shed broken up the little party the woman moved out of the seat and back to where she was before It made me a little sore and I felt like asking her what business it was of hers But then again it wasnt my business either so I didntN Y Sun Why Sperry Was Wrong Rear Admiral Sperry whose un ruffled dignity and legal trend of thought has given him the reputation of a just officer far removed from wardroom jokes was watching with interest a party of children who were being shown over the flagship Con necticut while the fleet was here To a lieutenant who stood by his side he remarked on the intelligence the chil dren evinced in the questions they were asking Yes sir the lieutenant replied They will tell their fathers and mothers about this for months to come the rear admiral went on un bending a little in his interest in the childrenNo replied the lieutenant I say they will tell their parents about this when they get home re peated the admiral No sir they wont do that replied the lieutenant What do you mean asked the ad miral turning abruptly on the young officerBeg pardon sir these are o- rphansSan Francisco Chronicle How to Shoot with a Revolver To begin sighting along the barrel of a sixshooter as in target gallery practice is a handicap to the man who wants to learn the art at its best The hand and eye of course work together with all weapons and in all combats but there Is a difference between the eyegeneral and the eye particular The best form of boxing or fencingthat is what the use of the sixshooter means You point your fist or your foil instinct You cannot help pointing your finger directly and straight at any object no matter how hard you try Yet surely you do not sight down your finger In the best work with the sixshooter you point with the barrel just as you point with your finger or really you point with your wrist and forearm and the six shooter is the finger of your wrist the lengthening of your arm That is the theory and creed of the sixshooter Outing Sudden Stimulus The villager rushed into the volun teer firehouse Come on boys he shouted excit edly Lem Wheatlys barn is burning down Oh shucks yawned the captain lazily Well have to look up our red shirts and fire hats Tell Lem well be there in an hour or so But Lems barn Is burning and there be five barrels of hard cider stored in the loft Whats that Five barrels of hard cider Come on boys Every man to his post Well have that barn saved Inside of 20 minutes Paradoxical Study the careers of our successful men said the person who gives ad vice Thats what I have been doing answered the observant youth These investigations Indicate that some of them succeeded by not knowing any thing about their business The Drinking Man What caused Browns death Strange thing thatthe doctors said it was water on the brain Nothing strange about that He never put any water in his stomach Cttppled Bill Did you say your finances looked crippled Jill Crippled Why say thy look footballgamerYonkara I MFt MANj fGet your heads together and start your feet our some good All of our 500 be sold at These leathers Vicis Box Calf genuine Calf in Shoes and and This is your opportunity for a thingfl I MASSIE The Shoe Man JUST STARTEDOur an painter We the ofmaterial and the of Bring Carriages in now and the T Sfrotlter Scott Probe Begins Today Moundsville W Va Feb 9The special legislative committee appoint ed to probe the charges of graft in the affairs of the West Virginia peni tentiary began work at that institu tion today TIE Of IT Homer Cunningham 21 was cut to pieces while attempting to board a fast train at Burbank O Ashtabula 0 police are wrestling with an epidemic of gun toting on the part of young schoolboys Mrs Aaron Kiser of Gibsonburg 0 is dead as the result of burns received when her apron caught fire from an ashpan Miss Blanche Walsh the actress is seriously ill in a Kansas City Mo hospitalTwo persons were killed and a score seriously injured in a wreck on the Illinois Central near Memphis TennYoungstown 0 Maccabees feast ed on a pumpkin pie five feet in diam eterCleveland 0 has decided to make a systematic fight against the spread of tuberculosis within its limits PRETTY FUR TOQUE Glossy black lynx with dark rich red roses and a touch of foliage on right side is the picturesque combination in this smartlooking toque The shape is especially good and one may use any shade flowers To Hide Buttons on Corset Covers Many women who have been at loss as to how to hide the buttons on cor set covers so that they would not show thin waists can plan to con ceal them in this way Take as many strips of lace six inches long as there are buttons on the corset cover and Join the two ends of each piece and make rosettes of them Fasten them to the upper edge of each button hole When the corset cover is fastened the buttons will be hidden by the rosettes A still better way of hiding the but insertionIsewing It down on one edge only and that the edge that is farthest away from the corset cover The garment can be easily fastened for the Insertion is sewed on in the form of a fly with the edge left loose JIl TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT way we have things for you are to 395 a Pair are Patents Gun Metals the neatest shapes fashions good Paint Shop with expert use best do best work your avoid rush MEAT through OPERA HOU- SEThursday Feb 11 MR BOBBY NEWCOMB Presents MARK SWANS OWN PLAYERS in His Greatest Suc- cessGoOd A FellowBy Mark Swans Famous Author of Browns in Town Runawny Match etc- Beautiful Scenic Display and Ex quisite Costuming The Original New York Cast Third Successful SeasonEva Tonguays Biggest Laughidg Hit Special Rdduced Prices 35c 50c 75cGALLERY 25c IUndivided THE- Winchester Bank I or WINCHESTER 1KY N H WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- wCCOUiITS Lunch StandChili Con Carne Fruits Groceries etc Hibibb Moss35 N Mafia St SKATING This is the season of the year in which skating will be enjoyed by all THIS IS THE BEST- RIND IN THE- BLULGRASS We teach you free if you do not know how either in the morning or between regular sessions J AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates loci EVENING SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 15c i Auditorium This the time of the year for Accident and Sickness- Let Us Write You an Accident and Sick Benefit Policyf Its the best on the market Jouetts Ins Company Both Phones 7- 1HACAN IS AS AND- ASOLINE Engines P SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINES MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Casfcli THE Clark Connty National BintA- ffSIN STREET Witsehestsr IteiZtt1 kI Capital 2000008aSurplus 9100000 Undlvidec1Profltasooo isthepltvaooonntPROFESSIONS CARDS 1 at l J M STEVrVSON i ttorney At Lawt60 S main llnchesterN I ENDLETON et rR B SfJ Attorneys At Law oi S Main St WinchesV SiV F GILBERT BOTTO Fresh 6 Cured FOR Meats i Fish Vegetables Ceuntry rciuee BOTH PHONES OPERA ROUSE BLOCK f GARAGE J Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I hiyej an uptodate Garage withf nice Waiting Room for Ladies tChase Hag an- WInchesterIKy Cor Broadway nd Highland s 1 s y r- t i TIDE WIkCNE4TER NEWS i Pa I TWO GOO PATRICKS f iFiewa Coin Can Be Flipped Up the Sleeve to Mystification of Friendt- Take a quarter of a dollar between the thumb and forefinger of the right and that at hand then by a twist of th fingers twirl th coin by same motion that you would use spin teetotum at th- rapidly e same time close your hand and coin will disappear up your coatsleeve you can now open your hand and much to the astonishment of your audience coin will not be there This capital trick may be varied in a hundred ways One good way is to take three dimes or quarters and concealing one in the palm of your left hand place other two one each between thumb and fore coltithe rigKt hand twirl as already described and closing both hands quickly the coin in the Tight hand will disappear up your sleeve and th left kand on being unclosed will b foand to contain two quarters while that with was in right will have JJeJIredThus you will make the r surprised spectators believe that you conjsrefl coin from tfhe right hand lKte tthe left kafork or any ipolnted article 1aa tithe wall about Sour or five f-eet t tfhe floor and ton end of it Iaooa piece of cant then tell Som jpersun to place his forefinger by Qre side of the candy when fcte has meas reil the height tully tell him to iwauttc backward about five yards then shut one eye walk forward rand try to knock the candy off the workwith one ffilbw of forefinger The proba bilities are fee Will make tempt a dozen rapid the to a the the the the the the the the the the times before he is successful When the is successful lie may eat the candy A SIMPLE GOPHER TRAP Easy to Catch the Little Animate wit Box Contrivance Make a box from boards or slats JSxlO inches and 2 feet long nt one end make a door aind hang it at the top with leather hinges Make the door so that it will open inward at theUjottom j The Sox Trap rand so that when shut it cannot open outwardly Mate an opening in the Ihottom of the door Ashape and large enpugh that the gopher can push mose through anflAwhen in the box dloor will fall behinfl him and you have him says Farm and Home Place the 1lhox at the mouth cof the hole xo that the cannot get out without goins into the trap SOME PRETTY TABLEAUX TFWD Beautiful New Scenes Suggested for Childrfirtfe Parties tTte following tableaux are ajnpro jprl e for the hollSay season ant ra The first one describefl x Little Red RidingHood For a loan ground a large folSing screen was tent bout in various ways A 11x head appeared lookh gSover the tot me oitts folds and lattle Red Ridin Hood stood knocking sat another as itfit were a door She was dressed as usual and with a Ibasket on fear sm Large plants aatd ferns wesne platter on ibenches of different height secoin in a ihed which was axinanged with bfcuaists ani sheets Red jRidingHoodf r stoot fljy wtQi her hand on tthe bed and her basket on the floor The plants of course were removed for this scene gays to Peoples Home Josxnal Boon tea was the next tableau A small jtable was set with Httle tea thing aud at this table one little girl was seen standing with a milt jug in her hand opposite a child sittin down with a large oldfashioned bonnet slung on her arm The child stand Ing up was dressed in an oldfasaloned j lilac muslin dress very full and rather long shortpuffed sleevesa broad old colored sash and beads round the neck The other child wore a pink dress with crimson sash and white beads IN THE ARCTIC CIRCLE 17 How wall thr WrtMir Firtyr Great TBjire wa a ftite birthday eke the caadtes n it were the best ever uiud Hew York Feral h BUILDING UP TRADE METHODS PURSUED BYTHE MOST SUCCESSFUL MERCHANTS SEASONSe Necessity of Advertising and Meeting Competition Given by the Large City Department Stores and MallOrder Houses The midwinter period is generally the dullest in the retail trade Why this is so Is hard to explain Farm ers find a time of rest during Febru ary and March and a portion of April and the weather is generally such that they like to keep by their own firesides While the country retailers may find a lull in business It is dif ferent with the mail order houses The farmers leisure time affords him a chance carefully to go over the large catalogues and other advertising mat ter sent out to him and quite often descriptionlow prices Thus it is that the mail order houses benefit while the local merchant loses averagelI1I1erchant makes no effort to increase trade He puts into practice a system of false economy He generally curtails his advertising hills and goods re main upon his shelves that a slight effort in the right direction would re move The midwinter and the months of eat spring are the best months for the live merchant to arrange his campaign for the year It is a time wihsn the residents of the rural communities have not much else to do but to tread A little stroke oof enterprise on ipart of local merchants at this period Us more likely to accom pUsh good than at any other time Well prepared circulars quoting prices so that comparisons caa be made with Uhe mail order house catalogues will result In bringing considerable trade that otherwise would fee diverted by tthe large catalogues- It will paythe merchant in thermal town carefully to study the methods of the large department stores and to orderIconcerns d not li e down during the dull period make an extra effort to gather i trade and tthese efforts generally win The present season is an exceptional one Universal talk of panicky time has madea great class of people more economical in their every day affairs They are looking for opportunities to save money Low prices attract them The merchant realizing this condition can turn matters well to account making the right kind of effortt Thi is the time when intelligent appeals to common sense and the preaching of evils of concentration of capital and the necessity of protecting home in- dustrIes Will have the most beneficial effects The home merchant has all the advantage over the foreign insti tution He has the goods to show the people before they pay their givethecern TTis expenses are not onehalf according to the amount of business he transacts as are the expenses of a large city department store ontite mail order houses The trailing away from horns evil is up to the local merchant He must realize that these days the back number the hazy man and the incom inmercantilethat must Tae met and It must be met earet gas e hkt space vertising methods The prfaiciples that apply to tike largest concern rateo ofapply to the smallest one It fa lture merchagwho does not use printers ink thes days cannot expect to make a great success in his chosen field D M CARR dDriven Out by Pure Food Law During the past half dozen years tthere has bees a constant cry for pare flood and this clamor has caused near 2y all the states and the national gor ernment as well to enact pure laws If there las been need for r fonn it has been In bettering the classes of foods whidk are intended td feed the millions as well as keep theirririgo6d health and improving arge Suck frauds had grown up in food stuffs that it was Imperative that stringent measures be taken to pro tect the lives and the health of the people Unprincipled persons engaged in manufacturing of baking powders flavoring extracts the selling of spices productsdrugs and other materials These goods were disposed of to dishonest grocers but the chief way of selling them was through traveling agents and direct by mail Not many months ago the pure fqod department of a western state secured a shipment of more than a dozen different articles of food from a concern that sold its products direct to the consumer Analysis of all the articles pnJved each and every one adulterated Bak ing powder was composed of cheap flour starch tartaric acid and alum consistedconcentrated flavoring substance go it ifas with atl the genes liiacethe- pUr6 op Jajrs have Mq ia effect Hair of three concerns hare knit Dueineae CsZ INCORPORATED M f J I HARMON NO I DIS1URBED Court Refuses to Complicate C H d D Receivership Cincinnati 0 Feb 9Priority of claims against the Cincinnati Hamil ton Dayton railway and routine matters connected with the receivership were heard by United States Circuit Judge Lurton The matter of protest by certain dissatisfied cred itors bondholders against the contin uance of Governor Judson Harmon as sole receiver was not considered being deferred Indefinitely The court announced that he wanted to bring the receivership to a close as Quickly as possible and ne declined to per mit any actions which would by com plicating matters delay tnat object Prohibition Drink Fatal Harrodsljurg Ky Feb 9A solution of Jamaica ginger and alcohol which it Is claimed is being used as- a substitute for liquor in communities where heal option is in force is thought to have caused the death of Fred Britton who died under mysterious Britton was seized with violent convulsions while in a local 1rug store An examination of his stomach revealed a large quan Potts tto Succeed Quafltrough on n navy yarn has been selected to command too battleship Ckwrgia taking the command formerly lield by Cap taut Edward F Qualtrongn who was suspended from duty following trial COLD WAVE MOVES EAST Is Expected to Reach the Atlantic States by Tomght Washington Feb a Eastward across the United States moves a Storm which is bringing with it a seI ing to the weather bureau predicj tlons It will reach theMlantic states attenSeil by rain over tthe southern and snaw over the northern districts Freezing temperature Is promised forj north texas and northwest Louis t ana the rcold wave reaching the east Companies Fight Ouster Order e vent the idity from ousting the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph company from Louisville was filed by that company The action is the outgrowth of za repeal of the company franchise by the Louisville council Ehe company claims a pe petuity 9In fire house of representatives practically the enr tire session was given over ItO the consideration ifif bills pertaining t the District of Columbia A messag- from the president was read Tecom mending a law requiring oceangoing npssels to be equipped with wireless telegraph apparatus Rafaeys Speech Not Liked by Citi zen of Isthmus Republic Washington Feb sC C Aros mana the Panama minister called the state department and filed a pre test from his government against the speech made in the house of repres- entativES I recently by Rainey Ills in which President Obaldia of Panama was severely attacked The minister acted in pursuance of instructions cabled by his government Columbus Police Mystified Columbus O Feb 9The finding Of tneNdead body of John Weidman 45 in the churchyard in the rear o the Independent Protestant church on Mound near Third street presented a mystery which the police and Coroner Hanes have so far been unable to solve There were no marks of violence on the body but indication point to the fact that the body was placed in the churchyard after Weld mans death Wagner at the Old Stand P ttsburg Pa Feb 9Hans Wagner will be in his old position at to Barney Dreyfuss president of the E11t ur pxnit taP t Jeam About all the praise usually accorded the careful man is that ne is finicky J There are Many New being erected in Winchester and we are supplying the lumber for the best of them We defy competition on our estimates and prices on the same quality of lumber laths shingles doors and sashes that we give you We furnish you with superior kilndried lumber in any quantity desired which we will deliver promptly to your order u LUMBER Ii circumstances gingern IdsGlbrdttars accordII AtIlantlcstates morrowI prn WireFesse PROTESTSe teamdurlJ Buildings TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE I OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily E Sun 842 a m No 22 Daily 1157 a m maNo 24 Daily 925 p m Westbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 6S22 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p ni No 23 Daily 438 p m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbfund No CincinisatiKnoxviGe to al Hh09 a m No 33 CuccinnatiJactsonville imited tQ 57 a m No 9 MaysvilleSfamford local with Cincinnati conection at Paris irrives at 632 departs at 635 p m No 31 OsucinnatiAifeuata limits 1123 p m 34 1tIanta Cincinnati li itE t 5tOi a m No 10 Stanford Maysville local Ronecting 3t Paris for Cincinnati 7i23 am No 38 KnoxviHeGineinnati 10 cal arrives 250 departs 253 p m No 32 JaefcsonviUeCincwnajti uted545 p m- All Off these trains will stop at Win bester also are all daily except Nos y and 10vthich are daily ex kept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RTY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 4908 East Bound No3I No4 Daily tiJa y Stations PM AM L xmg 225 735 tI305 813 La 320 J 826 aay City J 350 90 Stanton 358 Campton Junction 430 j Natural Bridge 435 J 95fi TTorrent 447 j eattyville June 510 Mhol 537 JlO45 O K Junction 605 015 110rWestbound IDailYIDuiJYI81111 i NolJ No3 NO r I Ex Sun Onh i AM PMIAM 7OieAtkol 640 252 7 3i Be ttyville Jun4707 34 754 Torrent 730 3 41 atlf NaG Bridge 745 355 Sc2 L ELJunc 9110 507 934 944iatTHE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E Junction Trams NOB 1 and 3 will make connection with the C O Ry for ML Sterling Caaipton Junction Trains Kos 1 Aefor passengers to and from Campfpn JCy Beattyville unctionTrains tos and 4 will connection withthe L 4 A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K Junction Traias Nos i and 4 will connect with the O K Railway for Cannel City Kyand way stationsW J DOWEL 61 Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf Virgin Land In Cuba In the mountain regions in Cuba there are many ridges and ralley of extremely fertile land early all UB touched and existing practically aa plardL lWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one ab a time when you tan stretch out illa full bath tempered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry water for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germ filled cistern wat er when you can get it from n large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River INCORPORATED Mapte privileges them BEST tHe World f BUSH or 11 I Are You on the took out search CO North Main Source of Poison Dangers The action foods and liquors on their receptacles may produce deadl poisons Acid cocked in copper or zinc are a particular source ofofdanger A who was taken HI Ir the hunting field with symptoms ol mineral poisoning learned that the fineIold brandy he carried in pocket had dissolved c U4nT want some to play Elderly people often become lonesome and J W Alterationsln Your r or repairing on it requires just a carefully selected lumber as new work Dont use any good enough as some people call the cheapest grade of lumber they get for it isnt economy to do it Choose superior lumber will give satisfaction in the long run from us Ii WINCHESTER MANUFACTURING 16pi J8tantml You Cannot Answer These Questions I4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you cast haver it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid oL the dust in the street 1 5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort ann health of your family right hi the houses OIs it not true thai an swer is not lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the out of lifet C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works Co At cor Street and Lexington Bvenue will tell you all about it Youll be snrnriBed at how inexpensive these are Bush has GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES in theCorner fo- rPRICES pocketbook yesinend- sGRANT WITTQ 30 of fruits pots man his MperCompanionshipTon say one with IIr8 Home can that CO JNorthbomd- No the most THE VERY BEST Ir 4 Have any of our readers seen ate tit copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay ttt send for a copy if for no other puriJ pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all thing that tend to make life prosperous mId home the happiest place od earth The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve tnents and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce it paper that exactly fits needs of family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremetFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and now to rtgulate and increase the income from his efforts The houserp government of children and other duties that males her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are ffc ed from thoughts 61 questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to plAtiingThe Grand Idea beiugtIiatleAS are our Homes so will be the COOJK munity State and Nation w A most desirable kelp is a nonce sectarian sermon each week as WitPastorreminder of the spiritual and tem righteousliving miserJtoOther departments and features are above the ordinary the tmanl mous verdict of its readers being famiJIWeek1ySample copies may be had b writing to theENQUIRER Ccjipjanrj Cincinnati O The Thistle in Australia the thistle was Introduced Into Australia by a Scotsman who was sent out to Botany bay as a convict and took with him a number cf seed of his national plant and sowed then round his dwelling The plant SooII v made Itself so much at home that Star spread over thousands of square miles of territory and the important faUma the various provinces havo exp WRthea t IGlcry r A many metals make the bro ws6l Corinth Insults on boards or oar dJur paper the spot of ink or charcoal eidai4 mud the dregs of heart ot Mind angtl rrbody the dirt of calumny all theHtib7r the sun Arj harden turn Isis bronze solid and brilliant a p IIDrone which is called gloryCage 4desf i Page EiQht THE WINCHESTER NEWS FELICITATIONS t ARE EXCHANGED Emperor William lives Gala jf rBanquet lOYALTY DRINKS TOASTS Berman Ruler Digs Up Ancient Tra ditions to Prove Teutonic Love for Britons aid King Edward Professes Undying Admiration for Subjects of His HostFunction Described as Brilliant Spectacle All Royal Princes Being Present Berlin Feb 10King Edward and Queen Alexandra received a hearty welcome from the emperor and the German people The principal inter est of the first day of the visit of te British monarchscentered in the speeches oi the emperor and the king when proposing healths during the course of the gala banquet at the imperial palace The utterances of both were of the most cordial nature each emphasizing the peaceful senti ments mid the close relationship the two nations The emperor speaking in German andfitfpleasure and satisfaction of the e 1thand extending a most cordial we some to the British sovereigns the emperor referred to the ancient tr iitions and the close ties of relation ship He hoped that their stay which unfortunately would be brief would leave only pleasant recollections King Edward replied in German Jrst expressing thanks qn behalf the queen and himself for the welcome accorded them in Berlin He Mentioned pleasant recollections of jrevicus visits to faei Wilhelms liohe and Conberg Then after ref tmce to tae emperors visit to Wind sor he continued With regard to the aim and- y de sired result of any visit your males lias given eloquent expression to niy ewn feelings and I can thereto forthefore the world the close ties of rela tfonship between our two houses but also aims at strengthening ti friendly relations between our cou n tries and thus at the preservation a general peace towards jhich all any efforts are directed The dinner was a brilliant sp tacle King Edward sat between ti emperor and empress with Queen Alexandra at the emperors left All the imperial princes were preset Vince von Buelow the imperial senor was seated opposite their man lefties surrounded by the British Suite and the German ministers Ti table was strewn with red white and blue flowers and the dinner servic was of gold The emperor wore the Tiniform of the British Royal dra goons while the king was attired a Prussian general tADMITS KilLING wIfE Negro Says He Did Not Like to He Past History Raked Up New York Feb 10James H H elton the negro accused of wife m tier at New Haven Conn was arrest ed here I Yes I killed her Hazelton sa because wo could not get along toandgQther We had a quarrel and s began to rake up past history I hither on the head with a hammer and she fell insensible Then I stabb ier When I wassure She was de- h put her body in a trunk The police say that Hazelton s Be slept on the trunk for seve sights thereafter and then covered tl e trunk with a quilt and left the Sfiuse SIXTH VENIRE ORDERED End of Third Week Sees Cooper Tr tWithout Jury Nashville Tenn Feb 10Anot continuance of three days with the jury box still lacking one m marked the close of the third of the trial of Colonel Duncan B Copper Robin J Cooper and John D Sharp charged with the slaying of Former Senator a W Carmack The remainder of the venire of 500 talesmen was quickly exhausted with out securing a competent juror Then f the court ordered the sixth venire faawn BARBER SHOP WRECKED T neh1ent Residents Escape Through Roof When Bomb Explodes New York Feb 10Eight families in a fourstory tenement house fled in ta panic to the roof and escaped t y tatthe Street through other buildi when a jlbinb exploded and wrecked a barber shop on the ground floor Salvatore Giaconi who kept the bar Be shop said he had received no Slick Hand totters Customs Receipts Break dgNsw YorK Feb 10 Collector ol tCnsfcraB Fowleriftnnounced that the ily customs receipts had been 1523027 thelarsesVsingle days rie- eCpts since the Dingley tariff law W8 iiato e1fQ t Ar t T iL ANSON BEST SAYS BILLY SUNDAY EVANGEList piCKS OLD CHCAGOi LEADER AS KING OF ALL BASEBALL PLAYERS V 7 TLSO PRAISES NUKE KELLEY Former Champion Base Runner Tells What Men He Would Put on All Star Team for All TimeEx Professional Says Game Is Good Clean Sport V I wouldnt take a million dollars for my professional baseball experience I am proud I made good and that I was one of the best of them my day Baseball is the one sport the country upon which the gamblers have not been able toget their QWilliamball player who is conducting a 30 days revival meeting in Spokane Wash put the foregoing over in discussing the game in the course of an interview at his tabernacle adding There isnt the same disgrace attached to professional baseball pia er that attends other professional at letes The gamblers tried for 30 yea to get control but the men behind Basie ofball has stood the test It is a pure clean wholesome game and there is no disgrace to any man today for playing professional baseball livedre tmin moeamaln can be a Christian and a decent self wanas to be Hedont have to be a rounder and you bet the club owners they generally and the players Jl respect a man all the more for living a clean honest life SEofe many ball games nowadays as I am busy six days in the week the year around almost and in the afternoons as well as the evenings But when I gamere I take It I read the sporting pages every morning and follow the fortunes of the teams Americtyan a i threa difficult proposition However he went on I would put Anson on first base and make him captain and r would have to find a place for Ml e GooCharley Bennett Kid Nichols Amos ofRusie John Ward Clarke Griffith and others were all good men Forever day in the season for Iecbe beeat batsman the game ever knew Just look at that grand record of his oftex- perience and make up your mind for yourself He could hit anything He used an extremely heavy bat the lim cultaand thickness and swung easily teh e met ball squarely Mike Kelley was one of the great asest players the game ever saw He was a faster man than Anson on the bases a fine hitter and a great catch er Old John Clarkson had just nowadaarwas one man actualaz1y curve on one evurnot live who could hit that fast raise workingrigida bent away low down in delivers theIvMy first Professional baseball ex Iadid as they do nowadays I went to Nevada la basebgaln chamPionIship ofMy first professional contract watatsoo salaryher was anWINTER BASEBALL NOTES Beaumont Becker and Bates will comprise the Boston Doves outfield arrangefueNew York National contracts are coming in slowly Fred Tenney was lthe first Gfant to albs and Fred Merkle Ute second Joe McGinnitty stuck to McG- through many a tight pinch Now he is discarded like a wornout glove Twas ever thus Jake W imer former Cincinnati pichef got a nice bpost in pay from New York Probably because he did not report last fall againnst Washington That means they haveto try to avoid a shutout as Ilion will use Walter Johnson if he Is right Jl Chance Evers Kling and Tinker all stay away from the spring train trip what sort of an aggregation will wear Cub uniforms on the southern excursion Shean and Hannafin who were rival candidates for a job with the Athletics severalseasons since will fight it dui Ion a job with the Phillies this year T MOMrDuncanlbought q bunch of shoats from Mr 4 T Beau for old Mrs R V Northcutt who liar been ills able to be out again OlympiaisMiss Maggie and Davey Murphy are visiting relatives in Ohio for this month Miss Maggie Watts of Indian Fields is the gtteof her sister Mrs Julia Diehr Your correspondent had the pleas ure of attending a social given at Mrs Henry Deihrs in honor of her son Carland Miss May Northcutt Among those who attended were Misses Hattie Gatson and Annie Robinson of Winchester Mina Stone Mary Rain jey Lizzie Conner Gillie Northcutt and MayNortltMonroe Dally Osely Messrs Wallace r RaineyClellCruise of Winchester Hood Steven son Walter Stevenson Clorine Low FinnueyChasFred lieltou J G Sumpter Gilbert Artlltuhi n w rsQable time Games were engaged in until a late hour Mr and Mrs C E Yeary and daughter visited relatives in Winchester from Saturday wait Monday carloadhe of Fal perbarrelWEST BEND esRev RicRie Prcticltedat the Mbtho list church Sunday night Hender Viyion of Snow Creek was the guest of relatives here Fiiday and Saturday Charlie Kimbrell who has been in yearsisMiss Minnie Hudson who left her several days ago for Washington to attend school writes home that she is well pleased Mr Wm Swope has moved from is place to near Schollsville Mr and Mrs Sam Rayborne were familySunday ren Democratic primary came off February 6th The following was nominated Judge D R Daniel Sheriff Win Bowen Jr Attorney M A Phillips County Clerk J W Woolery Assessor J P Crabtree ClerkCbasTracy NORMAL ILL thItThe weather here is fine aster John Games is on the rte list Mrs Alice McClure of Hudson is visiting in this place this week She GeorgheMr Woodson Newby visited at A Sundayysnear s was in town on business Tuesday gcblr James Epperson left Monday ening for Kentucky to attend funeralof his brother Mr Henry E htperson 11lissoungri paher King They are formerly of Kentucky Mrs Jennie DeVary has been veryI poorly the past week with rheuma tism styeallet guestomo r Sunday Mary the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Saimu Yarber is ill of heart trouble Mr Price Watts is very ill wit la gtippeJCOLORED COLUMN Mrs Francis Jackson is quite s at her home on Second street ckI verylargelyThe Love Reeves orchestra will furnish music for a ball in Richmond Thursday night Lexraw One of Our Markets Liverpool the largest market In the United Kingdom for American cotton seed cake and meal as well as other imported oil cakes takes annually between 35000 and 50000 tons of Amer LargeCanto other British ports by the Liverpool agents Heart and Brain The heart that husbands a desire to get even with Imaginary enemies thebraIh isthetine if t NTGOMERY COUTY- YAUA1IONDECREASED Total is 6004290 Which is 17693 Lower Than the Figures of 1908 M T STERLING Ky Feb 10 TheBoard of Supervisors for Mont gomery county has completed work on the Assessors hook andthe compilation of County Clerk John F King ofpropertyia decrease of 17693 from the total of 1908 The four banks are assess eta for county purposes alone at 189 S7J The assessment t shows the cash notes etc to be 601749 other personal property other than cashnotes etc at 827516 there is shown ll7178 acres of land with a value of 0570785 One thousand anti eighty nine 1089 town lots are found with a valuation of 1315490 During year there was grown in the county 245 acres of tobacco with a yield in pounds of 256865 while there was HJj2 acres of corn produced The assessment shows iu the county 2823 sas7 schoolchildren and 1436 dogs Claude R Halley through W HuffI man Wood agent sold this week t oI Mr Richard Raburn of Caniogo aI sinall residence and ten acres of land on UrasG Lick pike Price not given 4 IVrr n burn will greatly improve the residcme slid move to his new pug lehase to live ram pr red to graze and fod dUriIgFebruary ELIERVJINCHESTERaOLlER MILLS linlt- he The oldest and best instituti county is the Winchester Rolle Mills Why not use home flour the ameno START WORK SOON I ON LEXINGTON HOTELS Phoenix to Remodel Old Building and Put Up Annex Ten Stories High 10Attmeeting of the boaru of directors o the PhoOiiix Hotel Company this evening it was decided to at once ceed to build an addition to the hot and completely remodel the old build ing which will make the Phoenix one of the largest and most complete hotel buildings in the South Richards McCarty S Bulford tl architects of Columbus Ohio were instructed to at once prepare plan upokIt It is said that the plans contemplate making the new part of the hotel eight or ten stories high These improvements have been contemplated for about a year but active work had trhe financial stringency Workwill also begin on the tenstory addition to the Leland Hotel next month PICTURESP There will be 3000 feet of the best moving pictures yet seen at the Opera House next Saturday night Vial alter Dinelli has arranged to make this 1 regular thing Saturdays Admis sion 10 cents 2103t LORILLARD LOSES FRANKFORT Ky Feb 10TifPetition of the P Lorillard Tobac Company against the Blue Grass To filede1in was Gocllratitl1 He no to prove that the Blue Grass Tobacco Company tried to imitate the Lorillard brands MORE THAN A THOU SAND MILLIONS More than a thousand millions of the human race in every generation pass through Sickness and pain into the great unknown Millions of them during every hour of the day and night are tortured to P11YcWar pestilence drunkenness and crime bring agonies Which no pencil can paint or pen describe greatbal1al1a thousand trunks In the animal world millions die of contagious and other diseases whiqh medical science has thus far failed to preventingHundreds portation on our railroads and ocean steamersHundreds of thousands die of cold a plainsMillions with unnecessary suffering often standing and witnessing the slaughter ofotherr animals knowin as well as human beings that their turn is com ing next The meanings of hundreds of thou nds of cattle are heard every spring when deprived of their offspring Millions 4f beautiful birds are kill ed and wounded to supply women with ornaments and to gratify those who findsport in killing To hundreds of thousands of horses life is suffering until death gives re liefIt is no fault of ours byiWe must take it as we find it namelybYboth for our own gbneration and for those that will follow us slid o1 thing there is which strikes right the roots of all cruelty and that is editsttion in all our schools and Sunday schools and homes DEEDS AND TRANSFERS The following real estate deed were filed in the County Celrks of fice for record Tuesday James M Stewart and wife to bIor ris Amster two small tracts of as on Kentucky river for 150 Burake tractfon 1800 S C Guy andwife to A B Hag telcfor 2750 LOSTOpen face Elgin watch Seeereturn to 330 South 1 streets FOUND Sigma Nu fraternity pin with owners initials T K Ponback Chapter Beta Sigma Owner can have same by paying for this advertisement and applying at Baldwin Bros jewelry store 123 tf FOR SALE Will sell at public auc tion February 22nd Court at 2 p m at Court House blocks two shares each of Peop State Bank stock T N RANKIN J R Bush Auctioneer 128tdeod FOR SALE One organ good as new W C TODD 293t FOR SALEOne good milch cow towith young calf TODD BROS co293tPUBLIC SALE Mrs EW Rams edwill at her residence on East Broadway on Saturday February 13 expose to public sale allof hei household and kitchen furniture Sale at 2 oclock p m prompt 293t r E 1agINCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY MANUFACTURERS OF Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Aliuminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Slue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR i All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes f II F G CORNELL LL lJ1f t L sdr J L 1 t CLASSIFIEDS COLUMN= ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calende month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same onetimetr or more used within one year 4 cents a line FOR RENT 3 rooms Winn ave O OO 2 looms Winn ave V a 800 3 rooms Jefferson st T 00 4 rooms Main st l OO 8 rooms Main st OOO IKE THE REAL ESTATE MAN W Jlomustthis office 2lt FOUND On corner of Highland and fUickman street Thursday a black beltctizthsilver buckle Owner can have same by calling at this Office luid4Payiug253t- WANTEDFifty barrels good myfarmHume Clay Route No 1 Winches ter 253t FOUNDA bunch of keys in the barberee baty at the News cffice and pay adaLOST Sunday morning between Baptist church and L N cross ing on East Broadway apin sot with three carbuncles Return to rel243t hidndes r raw For par tjoyleIc46t FOR RENTCottage on Lexington Ectonts r LOSTBlacksilk scarf found on L timeagoRIafor this advertisement and calling on Mr A H Symplon 21tf WANTED Boarders or a room MFlyrin1303t FOR SALE Onehalf lot 28X26 in HOLTON282t Janfive heiferslei10 re ward for their return to FRANK STIVERS Athens Ky l2610t FOR SALE OR RENTof Applytoavenue J283LMonWedFri bestJellicoat 21 North Main street s 26sey5t FOR SALE Goal at 31 North Main thstreet You win be pleased with both quality and price 119lmo FOR Apayingable Address W A B this office 114 tf W making LUCYCOLElfAN lege street Home phone 654s 112rbno graphopposeand NRWANT lndall serapironhen andWashington 119lmo treatOwnerat this office and ngforadVtisement 125tf rITHE NPlSby ii3y fr