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Y r I LJI l CIRCULATION THE wINcnEsmR Ne Ile IVOL NO 104 WINCHESTER KY FEBRUARY 12 1909 GENTS II2 A GOPY 10 CENTS A wEE NOTABLE ADDRESSES AT THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL FARM FRrOAY if President Roosevelt Governor Willson Governor Folkjener Jpl M Wilson All Speak To Thousand At Hodgensville Presidents Lincoln Proclamation Whereas By joint resolution of Congress it is provided that the twelfth day of February 1909 the same being the centennialanniver sary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln be and the same is hereby made a special legal holiday in the District of Columbia and the territories of the i United States and Whereas By the said joint reso lution the President is authorized to issue a proclamation in accord with the foregoing setting apart the twelfth day of February 1909 as a special legal holiday Nov therefore Theodore Roose velt President of the United States of America in virtueof the author ity conferred upon me bv the said joint resolution dd hereby set apart the twelfth day of February 1909 as a special legal holiday In witness whereof have hereunto setmy hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed Done at the city of Washington this eleventh day of February in the veal of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and nine and of the inde pendencee of the United States the one hundred and thirtythird THEODORE ROOSEVELT By the President Robert Bacon Secretary of State Crowds of PecDle HODGEJ TLLE Ky Feb 12 rb Last night and this moaning long caravans of people fromall the neighboring counties moved into this little town and last night beds and shelter were ata premium Bright and early yesterday morning oernor Folk Clarence Mackay Rotiertr J Collier Richard Lloyd Jones nd u htJlrddz l1 tlier s eoiaisj Qf the Lincoln Farm Association arrived 4and Hodgenville turned out Every man woman and child in town was down at the train The party proceeded to the farm where Governor Folk put the country folk on the witness stand All of them told of recollections their ancestors had Thomas ham Lincoln and of the boy ofII Arrived Early The Presidents special train arriv ed about 1130 this morning He the members of his family General Wright General Wilson and the oth ers were driven in carriages to the farm The President was escorted by Union and Confederate soldiers a s4uadof Deputy Sheriffs mounted police from Louisville Company C of the First Regiment K N Gand a detail ofofficers Governor Willson his staff arid other distinguished guests arrived on the second train and a third and a fourth train brought soldiers in ful regalia brass bands and 1 200 to 1500 citizens of Louisville Ceremonies Were Brief aThe ceremonies at the farm were r v brief Governor Folk of Missouri made an address on behalf of the Lincoln Farm Association The President was enthusiastically received and spoke in part as follows One of Greatest Americans We have met here to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the birth of one of the two greatest Americans of one of the two or three greatest men of the nineteenth century ofone of the greatest men in the worlds history This rail splitter this oy who passed his ungainly youth in the dire poverty of the poorest of the frontier folk whose rise was by weary and painful labor lived to lead his people through the burning flames of a struggle from which the natiog emerged purified as by fire born anew to a loftier life After long rs of iron effort and of failure that came more often than victory Ke attlast rose to the ol the Kepublic at the moment when that leadership had becomethe stupendous worldtask of the time Fortunate as People As a people we are indeed beyond measure fortunate in the characters t of the two greatest of our public men Washington and Lincoln Widely though they differed in externals the Virginia landed gentleman and the Kentucky backwoodsman they were alike in essentials they were alike in the great qualities which made each i f 0 1Ada t J P LARGEST NW111 CHSTE AND CLARK COUNTY Ji As Li 1 Many I I J leadership j 4able to do service to his nation and to all mankind such as no other man of his generation could o qr did render Each had lofty ideals but each iu striving to attain these lofty ideals was commonbsense Each possessed inflexible courage in adversity anda soul wholly unspotted by prosperity There have been other men as great and other men as good but in all the history of mankind there are no 4othei two great men as good as these nc other good men as great The Way of Lincoln JYet perhaps the most wonderful thing of all and from tie standpoint of the America of today and of the future the most vitally important was the extraordinary way in whirl Lincoln could fight yajiantly against what he deemed wl 1gantl yet preserve undiminished his love and respect for the brother from whom lit differed lie lived in days tlial were great and terrible when brother fought against brother for what each sincerely deemed to be the right In r contest so grim the strong men whi alone can carry it throw i are rarely able to do justice to the deepcon victions of those with whom they grapple in mortal strife At such times men see through a glass darkly to only the rarest nd loftiest spirits is vouchsafed that clear vision which gradually comes to all even to the lesser as the struggle fades into distance and wounds are forgotten and peacek to the hearts that wore hud But Lincoln was given this supremevision He did not hate the man from whom he differed Weakness was as foreign as wickedness to his strong gentla nature j but his courage was of11 aquality so high that it needed no bolstering of dark passion He saw clearly that the same high qualities the same courage and willingness for self sacrifice anddevotion to the right as it was given them to see the right be longed both to the men of the North and to the men of the SouthoAs the years roll by and as all ofus wherever we dwell gr6vfo feel an equal pride in the valor and self devotion alike of the men who wore the blue and the men who wore the-y gray no this whole nation will grow to feel a peculiar sense of pride in the mightiest of the mighty men who mas tered the mighty days the lover of his country and of all mankind the man whose blood was shed for the union of his people and for the free dom ofa race Abraham Lincoln Gov Willson Speaks Governor Wilson spoke on behalf of the State of Kentucky and General Wright and Wilson made addresses on behalfof the Confederate and Union soldiers respectfully- The President left Very shortly af ter the ceremonies to hurry back to Washington CLEVER WORK BY THE I LOCAL DETECTIVES Officers Ballard and Tanner Land aBrass Thief in a Short Timer f A very clever piece of detective work was performed Thursday af ternoon by officers John Ballard and Albert Tanner A young white man named John Dwyer broke into the old brick yard in the northwestern part of the city and stole oVer 200 pounds of brass of the engine and brought it to town and sold it to J W lisle the junk nat4oclock The matter was immediately reported to officers Tanner and Bal lard and by 430 young Dwyer was behind the bars the brass returned to the owner and the money returned to the one who purchased jit The brass belongs to Mr B F Curtis who owns the brick yard Mr Curtis told one of the officers that the brass was worth 200 if he had to buy it new to replace what had been taken Dwyerss examining trial will be held before Judge F P Pendleton Friday night in Police court f I T tripThe11Jdpne fe sought is won ltingWhUBut O heart heart heart I O the bleeding drops of red Where on the deck iny Captain lieso Fallen cold and dead V I WaltWWtman 1809 ABRAHAM lilNCOLN 1909 Cabin Where Lincoln Was BornJI LUMBER DEALERS TO GATHER AT LOUISVillE Several Winchester Men to Speak at Banquet There Next Week The third annual session of the Kentucky Retail Lumber Dealers Association will meet at Louisville next Tuesday and Wednesday George Tomlinson of this city is President and will preside as Toast master at the closing banquet George Hon will speak on the Shingle Trade and Hon John E Garner willrespond to the toast Nothing in Particular HAVE RENTED FARM VllIginiaH Fox near Pine Grove and will reside there They are sons of Dr VainndformerIy No mart is as mckedon Iiis aCts As he isinJusTtaonhtSi t V i i J A GOOD FELLOW MAKES GOOD WITH AUDIENCE Play Replete With Amusing Inci dents Keeps Crowd in Uproar Mark Swans new comedy AGood Fellow with Miss Alice Williams in audiencelast evening Che play which is re plete with nonsense and surprising situations kept the crowd highly amused All of tKe members of the cast played theiPrarts splendidly FILES NOTICE OF CONTEST r STANFORD Ky Feb 12M S Baughmanj the defeated candidate in the primary held here February 6 for the Democratic nomination for Sher iff has filed notice of contest against Wu L McCarty who received a ma jority jot 14 pn faceof the re turns v3iiPeople never tfaif r tQA appreciate goodness fftj I it t yS rt r t f yyONE BANKS OF STATE Clark County National Has Remarkable Record For Over 43 Years The report of the condition of the Clark County National Bank publish ed in another column of tbdays is sue of The News shows that this city contains one of the strongest financial institutions in the State of Kentucky The individual deposits of its cus tomers subject to cheek are 2089 47715 This is double the amount of the deposits ofany Lexington ban and greater than that of any other in the State outside of the city of Louisville The Clark County National has along and honorable record It was established over forththree years ago and its present cashier Mr B F Curtis has been connected with the institution 37 years during 22 of which he has been cashier In all there has been but four cashiers in bankDuring this long period the bank has never missed declaring its semi annual dividend which has in that time averaged over five per cent ayear It has nevre refused in its whole his tory any check that has come in nor has a cashiers check ever been is sued for any purpose The bank has always paid in currency all checks This is a remarkable record for any financial institution in the country when the several great panicsare remembered TEARING DOWN Councilman D Jones is tearing away for his new business hopse on North Main street haying secured a deed to the lot The delaywas cans ed by a question fortabout a foot of groundlJetween the StubblefiW and Taylor K irs f L itr- J r t j WEATHER iRain This Afternoon Prob tably Tonight Rain Saturday iA FRIDAY EXERCISES AT f CITY SCHOOL Mr RrsCondi tions Which Proved Lin r coins Greatness At the City School chapel tins morning appropriate exercises were thebirthA number of songs suitable to the occasion were rendered by members of the various classes Mr R R Perry was the speaker of the day and his remarks were full of interesting war stories and facts concerning the conditions which gave Lincoln an opportunity to show to the world the ability within him usualmethoddress and gave the pupils a heart to heart talk as to the application of the LinI parted President was vi hfiedand slandered years ago that a meeting to give honor to him could not have been held in safety during the Civil War but that the entire nation now irrespective pupilsbycirculation of slanderous reports and closed by saying that manv men and women had gone to their graves in worthybecause circulated FARMERS CLUB ON SATURDAY Great Tobacco Expert Prdf Shej ffius Will Address the f Meeting The meeting of the Farmers Club- will be held in the circuit court robin at the court house and the exercises will begin at 1 oclock SaturdaYi stead of 2 as formerlyannouncea J Two oclock was too late for those who lived very far in the country Prof Sherffius is the greatest to basso expert in the greatest tobacco State in the Union or for that mat ter in the world He lately received an offer of 5000 a year from the British Government to go to South Africa and teach the Boer farmers the scientific culture of the weed He will bring with him his machine for grading tobacco seed and will grade qAllne their seed graded can get his address and send him their seed and he will grade them andreturn them free of cost Those farmers who are testing their seed corn will be expected to report the results The meetings of the club would be more enjoyable if the ladies would take an interest and come Special arrangements will be made for them and if they willshow an interest the program committee will see that especial features are ad ded to the program for their benefit TOBACCO MONEy BEING PAID OUT Clark County Board of Control Dis tributing 1907 Money to fthe Farmers vI Themoneyrecently received by tire Clark County Board of Control of the Burley Tobacco Society to be dis tributed among the farmers of this county for the first payment on the 1907 crop is being rapidly paid out i Ever since the announce ent was made a few days ago hat the mone 7 was on hand the secretary1of the f County Board of Control has Been busy issuing the checks f ADMINISTRATOR APPOJJiTEb t A Thomas Tucker was appointed adriiinistratbr of the late Georg Reed with JdrB Carroll Andy Dykes and Clayton Scrode apraistrs of tki M tare r t i ir x f I r J I THE WINCHESTER NEWS GET BUSY Buggies Harness HorseBlankets and Robes Going at a Sacrifice The Best Prices ever Offered in Winchester Everything carried in a firstclass harness and carriage store cut to the quic We must vacate our present quarters immediately and must reduce our stock Buggies 150 Kaufman Buggies rubber tiredat 125 135 WestcottBuggies rubber tired at jfQ tea 010Q135 Cut Under Driving Wagons at 65 Buggies steel tired at 50 Harness Saddles and Strap Goods 518001500 Saddles at II 00 1250 Saddles at 9 QQ Robes 10 00 Robes at 7 QQ 8 00 Robes at p5 5Q 6 00 Robes at 4 OO 3 50 Robes at 2 50 Blankets 6 00 Blankets at54 QO 5 00 Blankets at 3 5 3 50 Blankets at 2 Q 2 50 Blankets at 115 00atraThere are many otHer articles too nunv erotis to mention that go in this sale NATT DEANFAIRFAX STREET PcopIes State Bank APITAjU 100000v t This bank began business less than three years ago depressionIe steady growth fro the start in the number of our depOiifQrindrin the Volume ofour business We enroUhrnbw names every week We want yours YOK are co rttaHv imljted id open ah account with us Per sonal attanloa to aU business J M HCDGKIN Cashier JL BROWN Preslciehf L B CtittkRELL Vice President H JJ n d 1 W 1 I NJ ADVERTISE HESTER INIEW eY- w fc f r i THE ollnLlAi obnuuLi LesS r1 VlfFirst Quarter For Feb 141 909 THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Acts v 1742 Memory Verses 19 20GoldenText Matt v 10 Commentary Prepared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1003 by American Press Association Verses 12 to lq of our lesson chap ter which tell of the healing of all the sick people who were Jirnught to the apostles are a manifest fulfillment of the last words in Matthew and Mark uLo I am with you alway The Lord working with them and confirm oowingSuchthe risen Christ are too much for the devil who Is still the spiritual adviser of all who are not controlled by the Holy Spirit and so the religious rulers are fined with indignation by the evil one and the apostles are cast into prison that they may thus do no more harm to the enemys property by robbing him of people whom he had hitherto controlled But as usuaf the enemies of the Lord imagine a vain thing and the Lord has them in de rlslon Ps II 14 Storm and tem pest fiery furnace or lions den prison gates and walls are ho hindrance to the Lord nor to His angels who excel in strength find who delightto do His bidding Ps ciii 20 The apostles being still in mortal booties need to have doors opened for them but even that proves no hindrance to an angel So He who never slumbers nor sleeps sent His messenger by night to liber ate His servants that they might go to the temple and speak to the people the words of life and this they did The next morning when the high priest and his council and senate were assembled they sent to the prison to bring the apostles but while the prison was secure as usual and the keepers on duty there were no apostles withinHow it makes ones heart laugh to see God laughing at hIs enemies There Is nothing too wonderful for the Creator of heaven and earth Jer xxxII 17 We do not wonder that they doubted whereunto this would grow We know that It will grow in spite of all that the adversary can do until every proud and haughty thing shall be laid low and the Lord alone shall be exalted Isa II 11 17 Having learned that the prisoners were free men and teaching in the temple they sent for them brought them without violence and set them before the council accusing them of rulIbeing forbidden to do so They seemed to forget that they had cried His chl1drenImust be obeyed rather than men and then once more to their face nssertIthe dead and exalted Him to His own right hand ig a Irinct = and a Saviour to give repentance aid forgiveness even to them and thattthey the apos tles were Hfe witnesses by the power theQthe council and so they took counsel to kill them The great murderer would fain accomplish some more of his devilish work rind dispose of them as he had of their Master They were quite ready for such a result for they had been told to expect it John xvi 14They were the same generation of vipers or seed of the serpent these Jews as those to whom Jesus had said that they would do these very things They were as He said of their father the devil Matt suit 33 34 John viii 44 There are in this world only two classes the righteous and the unrighteous the children of God and the children of the wicked Qtwo and there are in the future just destinations the kingdom and the glory and the place of torment God is not willing that any should perish and has provided in His Son a redemption sufficient for all but if people prefer the blindness and darkness of the god of this world II Cor iv 4 if they still say Not this man but Barabbas we will not have this man to reign over us we have no king but Caesar then it must be understood that they declare themselves enemies of God for the friendship of this world is enmity with God Jas ir 4 The free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord Rom vi 23 R V but If men deliberately choose the wages of sin in preference who is to blameThe of Gamaliel in verses 38 39 was in accord with Isa viii 9 10 andtBother good words of the prophets and jto him they agreed but they deemed it n to give the npQsiIesf beating and to forbid them to make further mention of the name of Jesus verse 40 Thus they declared themT selves decidedly against Jesus Christ land that they would blot out His rjHime if possible They would not be lieve tbatGod had highly exalted Him and glyep Him a name which Is above every nape that Is named onl In this wxjrldj tut Plsq in that which Is to iome apdj that all shall yet bow to Him rtnEMI II ff 10 Eph 121 IhcontrJ to these proudvreHg us WBNjolc1ngbeen counted worthy to suffer v i t STARTDAY RIGHT t BREAKFAST COSTUME AN IM PORTANT MATTER Garment of White Flannelette Is Ef fective Frills and Girdle of Rib bon and Lawn Ruffles for Neck and Sleeves Every woman has at least one din ner gown in her wardrobe At lunch eon she Is careful to wear a frock that is becoming and in good style in case a friend might drop in How often does she consider her appearance at breakfast Anything is good enough to put on then because only the family are there It is a curious thing that she is least anxious to please those for whom she cares most It may seem impossible but there are women wha even go to the table with their hair in curl papers wearing such an atrocity as a calico wrapper There is perhaps nothing in the whole gamut of wearing apparel so fatal to a womans good looks as one of these poorlycut garments and they are invariably of a crude color One of these wrappers in combination with curl pa pers is enough to make any man fancy that the muffins are stony and so subside behind the morning paper in grim silence A woman should live up to her part as mistress of the manor and do her best to be attractive and cheerful in the morning Often the whole day is influenced by the mental state of different members of the family at the breakfast table and if one is disagree able then the day for all is begun unhappily and is likely to end so There really is no need of being grumpy in the morning for it is the beginning of a new day and every day has some bright spots if we look for them A woman can do more than she real izes by simply being pleasant and looking sweet and dainty in a little breakfast jacket and cap It will make one feel good for the rest of the day just to look at her These little caps are wonderfully becoming and lend a charming dignity to the wearer Women may rest assured that this little effort on their part to start the day happily will be thoroughly appre ciated by all members of the family and they in their turn will help make the morning meal a congenial affair Instead of the hurried affair it soften o has become The costume shown today is very effective made of a white flannelette with sky blue polka dots It is edge with a frill of blue wash ribbon Deep ileevesPaperingIn should b remembered that light is the first con sideration and that the paper must b chosen accordingly Pure white is the best choice whe a specially light room is wanted as i absorbs only about 15 per cent of th light thrown upon it Dark green o the other hand is the greatest con sumer of light absorbing about 85 per cent- Next to white as a light producer are the soft pastel tints and ligh blues which absqrb from 20 to 25 per cent of the light j then comes orange at 30 per cent apple and gray greens almost 50 cent and the popular brown isalmost as bad as dark green as it takes up about 65 to 70 per cent of the light it should throw out Glass Lampshades If imitation Is thesincerest flatter- the artistic value of cretonne is estab lashed beyond a doubt the tolassbrhuge frames coveredwith dainty cr- tonneuntil e you tap one with an in vestigatixgfnger The glass is fluted fcha wrinkledqtollows the convol Lions of the ipwernpj4ajsj and leaves A square sba eof opalescent cream glassy hii a border of blurred roses that look for all the rJd tike oneor ills highclass French cretonnes Lincoln Centenary Lincolns Influence on the World By JAMES A EDGERTON Copyright iris by American Press Asso ciation is said that IT Victoria had a high ap predation of President Lin coin In tbe simple goodness of their hearts which after all is the blgbest strain in man or woman the two were not unlike They bud in them the true kingly und queenly quality which is not due to the accident of birth but comes from a love of humanity and a desire to swrve and benefit the race With this ex e ception and a THE WORLDS TRIBUTE few others less notable Lincoln in his own day had lit tle friendship in Europe He was not of a type to appeal to bureaucracy and formal Institutionalism At tbe beginning of the war he was little know or if known at all was regarded as a country lawyer of slight education lit tIe experience and inferior talents His method of handling the Mason and Slldell episode and the general conduct of our diplomatic affairs raised the worlds opinion of him us his ad ministration progressed but still the feeling was not cordiaL The temper of Europe was such in that contest that a slight misstep might here plunged us into war One of Lincolns Utheseso much hostility to Lincoln as It was hostility to the Union that had to be feared By caution patience and statesmanship all this hostility was matte powerless to work us barm and gradually the chancellories of Europe awakened to the fact that a mastermind was in charge at Washington They also began to understand that the master mind was Lincoln the country lawyer and not Seward his secretary of state If Seward had been given his way a war with one or more European nations could scarcely have been averted The triumph of the north had a pow erful influence in melting foreign hog tility Success succeeds even better With diplomat than with ordinary mortals The republic divided and threatened with annihilation was one thing The same republic reunited and more firmly established than ever was quite another The change of attitude naturally included the bead of the nation as well as the nation itself It must not be imagined however that all European sentiment was Hostile to the Union Many of the best men and women In all lands were naturally our friends both because of opposition to slavery and friendship to republicanism The hearts of the masses for the most part were with us as they ever have been This sentiment was augmented as the struggle neared a close Lincolns assassination brought out all the latent and active friendship for him abroad as well as at home It silenced the tongues of his enemies Following so clove upon the termination of the war It focused the atten tion and touched the heart of the world Thp universal and profound grief shown for tbe murdered preslr dent in his own land revealed to those of other lands that he was a man out of the ordinary a fact that they had already begun to suspect The changed attitude toward him was shown in the fine poem written by the editor of the London Punch When the worlds universal republic is established of which our own re whendthere is liberation in all lands that are fanned by the free air ns It sweeps about the earth when self government and the individual strength It fosters sunet ere a neman commonS humanity when purity of life loyil7 thetcommon are every thennthese things will have taken his place among tile worlds Jew supremely great souls That day toraH mankind renttasunder in thecivil war If free gov ernment had then proved a failure if li1a very had triumphed over freedom that new era for mankind might have begin delayed fpr qenfuripg or forever TherefprjeJ olp wprjcjin that crisis was not for his own land alone but for all lands it was not only to give albyraces liberty It was not merely to as butwmeant eventually that there should be a union for peace and for universal freedoni as Avlde as the Perth and as long nstbeagFS andutelpedaomue npRsible The fore the p t of men shall Indeedcome his game should ong of the foremost fcdnofe mijng- those who prepared the way CALL ON NELSON The TransferMany by day or you your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Conkwriuht Transfer and Ice cid Crating Handling and Hauling Fur nlture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main Street Beth KIMK WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY- M SC H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed ani Ripalref DRY CLEANING AND DYEING A SPECIALTY N 7T Cor Yaiand Fairfny HAC3AN GAS AND- lASOLINE Engines SIMPLE i RELIABLE i ECONOMICAL 1 Sold Under a Positive Guaranty WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES AOAN GAS ENGINE S MFGCot INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Castili THE Clark Conntj National Banfcv MAIN STREET ti 3heste Jflntaitif Capital 200000- Surplug OOOOQ LJndtvidedF rofit 93SOOO croTKnixed 18W being the oldest Bank IB tueoltT Collections made on all points and your ao ooimi ollclted PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STiL SON ttorney At Law eo S Pain WinchesterKy ua ENDLETON 21 H C BjSH2 J Attorneys At Lixv ttit S Main St Winches r i SEEfFOR Fresh 3 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA DOUS- BBLOCHGARAGE 1 Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan WinchestertKy Cor Broadway and Highland RAWLINS RACKET Headquarters for everything Big line Best line in town- I still have a fine 5Oc Corset for 354 Best Work Shirt made ri Come to see me when in need of anythi g t T C Rawlins Home Pho e470 LUnch Stand21Gbili Con C4fQefIiQifsr Groceries etc tHibibb Moses XMirkTRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENTS it t I TTTI 1 1 i THE WINCHESTER NEWS PI8I Thr IF Are Phenomena n n By PROF GEORGE E I Dean of Faculty of Arts Literature and I rnHAT interesting phenomena manufacturers are That is what they are to the social philosopher Theyare phenomena They may not like the classification but they are social phenomena They belong to a great economic movement that began back in England at the end of the eighteenth century and has been sweeping on irresistibly ever since It has been carried on by men who the present generation who saw business those men who were called manu facturers because they did not do anything with their hands Those men who went around and found there were weavers who did not have yarn and who took the yarn from the spinners and from the spinners to the weavers and they made a little profit on it both ways Then they found they could get machines that could be used a little more effectively these they loaned to the workers in their cottages and took another profit later they gathered all these machines into the factory and the factory system was established So it has been in all the trades and industries The manufacturers of today and the men who preceded them are responsible for the city of today It is an industrial revolution which they have brought on They have multiplied population enormously If it had not been for the factory system there couldnt have been so many of us And they have got to keep things going in some way because of their to the people they have brought into the world as a result of their economic system Quitc Platitudes the Bluff By JOHN A HOWLAND STEPHENS Paster ManufacturersBelong Social Movement VINCENTI opportuhities responsibility Use 1 Every little while in public prints I run into the narrow preachings of some old fashioned doctrinaire counseling the young man how to succeed in life and dishing up strings of old platitudes that are as little effective today as the old pony express I would be in competition with the Pacific railroadsI some of thees old rules of conduct preachments wers more to the point of practical utility It would be a pleas anter world if they were But broadly speaking for the present that young man who loads himself up with them and steps out new to the world prepared to make capital of such sentiment must be prepared for heartache and failure He might as well be a Rip Vain Winkle waking with a pocket full of money issued by the confeder ate states of America- I know a young man who after most encouraging correspondence with the head ofa big corporation traveled a thousand miles or more on the strength of it to become an applicant for a position In the new strange surroundings of the distant city he discovered that he had a far different f problem on his hands than he had been led toexpect There was a reception room for the establishment presided over by a thickskinned usher whose conception of his duties seemed to be the discouragement of every caller desiring to see any one on the inside This youngman had more than his share of everyday cultivation and refinement and suddenly he awoke to the fact that he had been three weeks in the city without ever having seen a person who might have looked upon his application with favor And all the while he was receiving scantier consideration by the usher The young man grew angry with himself He knew what he could do and yet after a thousand miles of travel a bluffing attendant at a door way preventing him from stepping over a threshold The young man went to his room and in the inspiration of his anger at the injustice wrote a note addressed to the department head whom he had wished to see Three weeks ago I began coming here hoping for a position Now I feel if only I can get past the door and look into inner office I will have accomplished quite enough Maybe when Ive seen inside I wont want a job anyhow Next day the attendant scowled at the superscription onthe envelope J john H Williams Esq Personal He scowled even more when the young man asked that the envelope be handed to Mr W llia- msTakethatintoltlr Williams at once My young mans fighting blood was up at last In a moment the truculent usher was moving toward the private office In five minutes the writer was ushered inside the office and when he left it a few minutes later he was an employe of the company It is the man who gets there who has first choice of opportunity If you cant arrive you wont be commissioned to go No man today is wise enough to prescribe a line of ethics for the young man who is entering business What business I can imagine a confidence mans going into partnership enthusiastically with some one of this old of gentility who might promise to be an excellent foil But today willculturego miles further and not be winded at the finish Blow your own horn in- telligentlyand hard Get into the limelight and stay there until you are yourthrownperil i Highest Function of the- Church lSy REV A H I Preskyterlaa CMcage age the I The highest function of the church is to serve the community in which it is located in its civic social and religious life It should feel its responsibility to present a higher type of life than is found elsewhere less influenced by hUman prejudice and human passion freer from compromis ing entanglements and questionable alliances exhibiting the purest form of social circumspection and political and commer cial probity The community has a right to expect something better from the church than it finds in itselfhigher ideals and more un selfish endeavor at their realization In these respects the church owes it to the community that it shall not be disappointed but that it shall experience the thrill if not the surprise of entire fulfillment The church must seek the cooperation and allegiance of the contiguous populations not for its own good but for the good of those sought ever teaching the lesson by example that it is more noble to serve than to be served t The church must ever be the handmaid of law enforcement and stand aggressively forthessuppression of vIce and public immorality 1J BEAUTIFY YOUR FACTORIES s Valuable as an Advertising FeaturE and Beneficial to Employees Scores of newspaper articles are writ ten about improvement of public streets magazines galore are published In regard to beautifying homes and grounds prizes are offered to certain classes of people as an incentive to ward gardening back yards public playgrounds are established and school yards tastefully kept We pass judg ment on all these things and call them good says the Los Angeles Times In this land of sunshine where vegetation grows with almost no cultivation and where to beautify at least the exterior and grounds of our manufactories would require so little effort this should be done not only for the moral and aesthetic influence on the employees but really as an advertising fea ture always showing tourists that even working shops can be made beau tiful by nature in our California Not one jut many travelers have remarked about the vine covered water tank practical thing truly at a cer tain station near Los Angeles on the mindarethere The electric power houses sta tioned at intervals all the way from Pomona valley to several thousand feet above in San Antonio canyon show what can be done in simple landscape gardening in waste places Every wea ry climber coming around a bend in the trail up there among the mountains can assure you that the vision of blooming flowers well kept lawn and maybe fountain is a welcome sight The writer has In mind two facto ries one so pretty and refreshing that the passerby thinks it must be a pleas ure to sit near the low open win dows in summer and glance out occa sionally from the work of cutting leather and hammering tacks for it Is a shoe factory in Holland Mich to which I refer to a plot of fresh green grass That glance does not detract from the work but makes the fingers more nimble and the mind more clear Must we of the golden west go back east to find the beautiful in nature combined with utility in supplying the needs of our bodies Can we have no such ornamental practical factories of our own Another perhaps more pre tentious is the home of the famous Rookwood pottery in Cincinnati Do you doubt that the Influence of these beautiful surroundings on the artists who decorate this ware works out through their active fingers Our ground Is as fertile our workingmen as appreciative our own minds as aes thetic as any in the east Let us look to our factories at least to the extent of Iniprovlng them by the addition of a few clinging vines to hide and soften the glare of walls and the harsh con ventional outlines of the buildings Town Booming Funds Thirteen cities ahd towns In the Pa cific northwest are actively advertis Ing their attractions and resources in the expectation of increasing their population and building up the agri cultural communities around them Spokane Wash spends from 40000 worikTacomaflaunted the famous slogan Watch Tacoma grow at the Lewis and Clark exposition in 1903 spends 10 000 a year In making the town grow Portland Orje uses 48000 for sys tematic publicity and finds that it pays Winnipeg In Manitoba finds it profitable to spend 17000 annually In advertising Kansas City Mo recent ly inaugurated a campaign of munici pal advertising Hundreds of smaller towns and cities are doing likewise It pays to advertise Planting Street Trees In laying out for street planting let the first stakes be set at the street crossings says Park and Cemetery When the abutting streets also are to be planted place two stakes at each corner about thirty feet from the point of Intersection of the curb line on each street Then space off the Intervening distance setting the stakes equally dis tant apart but not less than sixtyfive feet as the shortest distance Street trees generally are planted too closely together Sometimes this is done with the intention of cutting out alternate ones as the growth of the trees re quires This however is seldom done and the trees grow up too thickly thereby overcrowding and Injuring one another destroying all the Individual beauty of the trees and the symmetrical arrangement which an avenue of trees should have Comfort Stations For Towns Anything that tends to advance civi lization and promote the welfare of mankind is beneficial to a town Milwaukee intends to do something in this line as its board of public works proposes to establish municipal comfort stations throughout the city I am heartily in favor of these com fort stations said Mayor Becker In my travels through Europe I saw a number of the stations in the large pities They are located In the busy parts of the business districts as well is along the boulevards For a small fee a person can go into one of these stations get a towel and hot water and refresh himself without having to go to a hotel to do It People can also get their clothes brushed and cleaned before filling business engagements It is a good step toward municipal Improvement Taboo on Dandelions and Chickens The Denver city council Is working upon an ordinance providing a fine of 10 for every dandelion allowed to bloom within the city limits The kitty council of Florence Colo has patted an ordinance imposing a similar fine on the owner for each chicken allowed to run at large l Backmans Famous Tro- upehAilLOR OF AND Trained Wild Animals The Largest and Best Educational Exhibition Travelin j SIX FIRST CLASS ARTISTS =TWENTY PERFORMING WILD ANIMALS Two CarloadsofParaphernalia Every Visitor Receives a Free Souvenir of the Glass Blowers Handiwork 930IAdmission Adults 25c Children 1 Oc AUDITORIUMRINK ALL WEEKC- ommencing Monday Are You on the Look out fo- rPRICES pocketbook Mantels Turn your yes in our direction and your search ends i 2 V 1 WITT 8 GO 30 North Main You can not eat all the flour ad vertised as the best on earth and you can not make a mistake inns ing Mansfields Best Patent or M Lilly Every sack guaranteed MANSFIELDS FLOUR MILLS Winchester K- Jll133moeod CANDY IN PLENTY at the Auditorium Friday night The ladies will treat you well Come and bring your girl 2IO3t I am prepared to graze and fod der town cows and horses during February Also fodder for sale de livered in town JOHN M WHEEL ER 283teo5 Feb 15th You Cannot Answer These Questions IIVVhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one ai a time when you can stretchout ina full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio Riverr 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street 5Whv suffer other incon veniences when you can haVe everything for the comfort and health of your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an t sorer is not lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the most out of life C F ATTERSALL Superintendent rY Winchester Water Works Co INCORPORATED k At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all abontitI v Youll be surprised at how inexpensive these privileges are Something to Crow Over in your stock f live you fatten them with our ohoice feed and grain Every meal you feed them will show an fin provement It doesnt cost you anything to prove br disprove this statement Just give us your next orderand watch the result Youll not have to pay ua any more than you are paying now Agent for VulcanPlows t R Marti COal and Svi c ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS v l 1I r 1 f f Page Four il r n yrJLLTHE WINCHESTER NEWS TIE WlKGHESTEi HEWS An independent Newspaper 7Published by f The Winchester News Co i Incorporated Office South Main Street fWinchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunray Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the post office st jWinchester Kentucky under the et of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery IMilones Year520 Viae week 10 Payable at office or to collector jw ry week Mail Delivery 9M yearx 300 z months 150 V e month i 25 payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch One time any edition 25 J kree tunes within one week 50 Dae week continuously 100- Dae calendar month 300 sour weeks four times a week 240 lour weeks three times a week 180 Your weeks two times a week 120 JFomr weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per gent 6 months 25 per cent one dear 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line emBS notices body type 7 c 9vf reading news headings loo 3 New- FRIDAY Phone No 91 FEBRUARY 12 1909 i f J LINCOLN i V Man isa breath and history a ofsPdream there are values infinitely real ijand distinctions infinitely worth while iWe Americans are occupied this week yn celebrating one of those natures who have helped to confirm our be iliefs who have helped to build form datiqiris upon which future generation might take their stand so la goring that existence moreaof lightness ofmeaning mid of flignity Abraham Lincoln lived and died and into the vast mystery of the t world there was injected and remai ed something that was noble and be yond denial So to have lived and died that the world is distinctly richer by a goal made clear a cause made eloquent such is the most welcome destiny that can await any infant born into the light On the rolls of fame is inscribed no name which stands more uncontrovertibly for justice sympathy and growth than the name of Lincoln hone which from each succeeding year gains a perma nence better earnedy Abraham Lincoln followed one beacon throughout his fiftynine years upon this earth and that beac = on was the Truth He was devoted to her he trusted her ever and en tirely she was his He had not other mistress Now it must needs be that the man of truth isa man also of sorrow Sympathy by the very structure of theword means suffer ing and sympathy is the only road to truth Lincoln suffered but it was with the sorrow which none would Yield for happiness It was with the- sorrow which contains in itself the entire galaxy of our mortal virtues insight and kindness and wonder and clear imagination Sweetest among the beneficial goddesses who watch above us is this same fair Tisaged daughter of the fact this r Sorrow who takes all the spiritually great into her keeping and who vas seldom absent from Abraham Lin coins sid- eWhatistobe the future of the land which gave Lincoln birth and to which he returned in such fulness the dobt lie owed For a time after the jBighty struggle it looked as if the tone of public an l private life had sunk No stirring moral and intel lectual differences kept men keyed lugh in helpful strife The manufac lure and sale of material things the development of physical resources and the rapid exploitation of them7these activities seemed unf mpcjedby unselfish principle dud the conse r quences were not good TJib twenty firs years which followed the surrender at Appomatqs Court House were not the most glorious period in our nations histbry STdw however we have entered upon an era we make bold to think which would have at tracted Abraham Lincoln more Yes Lincoln would have been more at home in the American world of 1S09 than in that of three decades ago His wasa universe not of brute things but of their essence Poetry was the background of his thought vision and high emotion lay behind accident and show He understood notrtlie spirit pf mortal pride all he understood was se viceSo1ld he look down upon his former dwell ingplace he would behold the un ceasing ebb and flow of justice and oppression but he would behold also labor toward equality increasing faith a secular religion passing over the broad acres of the States Many an earnest student has sought to spell from Lincolns words what Avas his inner conception of God immor tality and the destiny of man Lincoln could riot have told those thoughts himself The envelope of the life he saw was mystery He looked to the future as toa vast and tractlessisea but over that wilder ness crowded constellations gave uri r remitting signals Of these boundaries and misty dreams Lincoln seldom spoke save as of poetry Qr as of symbols sanctioning the effort ofman to choose the better part What we do know of that lonely figures thought sheds its light upon the here and now It brings guidance into the labyrinth of every day Lincolns country therefore Flow embarked in good faith upon the quest of right draws encouragement from remem brance of her inspiring soilTo him she turns when the clouds look dark above Him she thanks when reflect ing that mans hard fate yet is easier than it was The reality of Him ap pears irithc constancy with which he seems present and a help I in the progress which the world is making now Colliers WeeklY ADVERTISING The welfare1 6f the nation is to fca great degree dppendent upon its ad vertisers At first thought this would appear to be an exaggerated statement but the more it is examined the more true it seems to be- Advertiscwent of the past were decidedly crude in every way but they itre daily becoming more artistic attractive and more educational Consequently they are creating an impression upon the juvenile mind which time will not efface But outside of the impression made upon the younger generation by autistic advertisement iiie observer of such matters should take into consideration the influence which well built ads have upon that large class of people who are swayed more or less by all fliey read and who turn to the advertising pages ofa newspaper ass the Most attractive part ora textbook Many peopleonly glance at the regular telegraph cable and local news oft day and then plunge deeply into the news set forth in the advertising columns Iii these they become deeply absorbed This is not the case with women aloneThey take to the advertise ments as naturally as a duck takes t0 water Business men and others pf the commercial turn of mind are COIr tinually on the watch for opportuni ties to make a few more dollars to improve their homes to get a new automobile to add to their real estate holdings to select a place of amuse ment and so on To many people there is more news of interest to them personally in the advertising columnsi of their favorite paper than in any other part of the paper j Under these circumstances is it not safe to assume that advertisements have a great influence upon readers of all ages and classes In fact tlie great object of advertising is to in fluence If of an artistic and educational nature it must it wquld appear have abeneficial effect upon the present and rising generations Good advertising tendsto Icrm the character of the people to soften and refine home life by introducing into families articles of 1tciuryand art objects which otherwise worJf not President pcotos Speech at Gettysburg Fourscore and seven years ago cur fathers brought forth upon this con tinent a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the opposi tion that ar men are created equal Now we are engaged in a great Civil War testing whether that nation or any nation so conceived and so ded icated can ling endure We are met on a great battlefield of that war We are met tos dedicate a portion of it as the final restingplace of those who here save their lives that that nation might live It is altogether fit ting and proper that we should do this But in a larger sense we can not dedicate we can not consecrate we can not hallow this ground The brave men living and dead who struggled here consecrated it far find their way there Books soaps perfumery laces silks furniture pipturesV a etc when largely advertised pcdesr newspapers attract the houselvolds or the younger members rIdismal dark interiors assume a i brightness and unAdreamedofrbefore the smile of pub licity beamed Don all conceived Homes thus improved become more attractive families become more at tractive and happy and in stiart the advertiser does an amoui Jof good f which lie did not anticipate and influences whole communities chile aC11countEi Id INTEREST IN VALENIINE nm More Than 100 Couples Will Be Seen On Floor of Rink Fri 7 day Night A great alof interest us jleifig ma f st skatingdoYQtees of this city hi the valentme party thatis tobe given afrilieAucl itoriuin Friday night wider tiieyui pices of Hart Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution There will be over 100 couples seen in the grand march and many new beautiful and graceful figures will be introduced The skaters will all be furnished with colors toV wear in the march to suit the occasion The entertainment bids fair to be the prettiest and most enjoyable event of its kind that las taken place here this season Remember the proceeds will goo help erect a monument here to the memory of Jofl Hart the wQrldsI famous sculptor who was born in this county IUSE FOR pLD TABLECLOTHS When Worn They Are Mado Into Covers for Card Tables someIwhatthat are too worn for use she cuts them into covers for her card tables As the family isan inveterate lover of games of all sorts there are a num ber of the greencovered card tables in the house These soon get so dusty as to soil light dresses To this they are covered each preventI playing with squares made old tablecloths hThe cloth is cut into squares two or three inches larger than the table are hemmed neatly all around and tapes are fastened at each corner to tie the cover around the legs of the table If one has no old tablecloth that can be converted to such a use cheap and attractive covers can be made from heavy linen with a narrow scallop em broidered around the edge and a monogram in one corner that rests on the table If desired the corners can be cut at right angles to make the cloth fit more easily and prevent it from slipping up Sam Noticed the Distinction A rich man once vjsitgd his stablei and watched an old sroom currying a favorite horse You have worked for me a long time havent you Sam2 queried the rich man Yes sir replied the groom Me an this host have worked for you 17 years Ah and I hope you have been well treated Sam said the employer Oh aint compjainin none said Sam But me aa th hose was sick at th same time an I noticed that while you hired a doctor for th boss you docked my pay for th time I lot Thirsting for Information S Little Gertrude entering a butchers shop for the jBrSt time stood gating aroundf hey in silent absorption Presently she took her mother by the hang and leading her to where hung a string of bologna sausages she put a tiny finger onione big sausage and gravely inquired uMamma what was this when it was aliveExchange above our power to add or to detract The world will little note nor long i emembeT what we say here but it can never forget what they dd here It is for us the living rather to be dedicated here to the unfinished work that they have thus far so nebly car ried on It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to gavefhethat ve here highly resole that the dead shall not have died in vain that the nation shall under Gcd have anew birth of freedom and that government of the peopleby the people and for the people shall not perish from the eart- hT1STUNOti PLANS NEW SEWER SYSTEM- MayorHas Appointed Committee of- Three to Investigate and Report Jf MT STERLING Ky FebiA committee has been appointed by Mayor C W Harris for the purpose ofsecuring plans for a sewerage system in Mt Sterling The committee is composed of W C Hamilton TV A Samuels and R G Kernif the plans are approved a vote on an issuance of bonds to cover the cost of the system will be submitted to the voters IREVOHS AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said three doc tors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa DrugiStoreSMART COATS WITHOUT CANVAS Fashion Eliminates Weight from the Skirt as Well as the Coat Not content with eliminating weight from the waist the fashions demand that the coat should be as light as Shetland wool Canvas is now eliminate d except for customers who demand it Whether or not this is quite pretty on the American figure is not the point here r the thing is that the coat has been considerably lightened byits omission The coat is not cut in what is known as skeleton fashion It does not pre tend to fit the figure The rule is to cut it on perfect lines leave out the canvas put in lambs wool for interlining and adjust it to the wearer If sheIfqction because the lines of the coat may deceive anybody gfeatesttthis is the decided advantage for its pracIto stand weight than any other part of the body The sleeves themselves have all fullness eliminated in the coat and are reduced to a mare handful of net on the blouse Therefore weight is taken off the arm One can easily see how restful is the modern costume by a summary of its advantages Wcfmen have car ried around too much weight and had too little freedom of muscles for their comfort Now they are rejoicing in the Grecian freedom the modern costume gives They say they will never change This they have vainly said too often for it to sound sincere HATS ARE TO BE SMALLER That Seems to Be Millinery Forecast at Present There is a system among milliners of making up brilliant spring hats in January for the people who are going south These hats are supposed to be the forerunners of the coming styles If they are and even the milliners cannot prophesy surely so far ahead this season the hats that are worn as the warm weather Comes in will be smaller than the enormous affairs of this winter They are still large enough following the sailor shape but the brims roll more especially at the right side Flowers in great quantities are used as trimming especially the huge shaded roses Touches of gold ribbon or gauze are put in among these The new touch however is the wide ribbon placed at the sides well back of the ears They begin in rosettes are drawn loosely over the brim and tie carelessly under the chin in a wide bow and ends Black velvet ribbon isoften used Lijut all the new colors in satin are drawja upon for this purpose lAS an evidence against sore tyi we noticed tint ition a man goes party hjc swears he will never go again FINAL CLEANUP SAtE MenOvercoatsI I I Up To I I TE S on i to the person who first supp ies the number of the Fill mail to Puzzle mchester T ews It for to Jbut a policy of in Tt will be for f v Name V r l r P O 7 Ii 9 CELEBRATIONFOR QUEEN Nancy Hanks will Friday on Madden Farm Ky Feb 12Tlie to Nancv Hanks at the Place farm of John E Madden today will be the most ever given to a horse in this country Hanks is the former trotting Queen named in honor of the mother of Abraham Lincoln Madden has sent one of the to Theodore of Agriculture James A Willson of War Luke E Wright Gov E Willson and other notables who will pate in the Lincoln in La rue county It is that some of those invited from a distance will arrange to attend the unique cele bration You will have the time of your life at the Party Friday night at the rink 2IO3t Chief Justices Golf Stroke The lord chief justice on circuit at had a curious while playing golf over the course with Walter Whiting the local At thq second hole drove into a bunker the ball lying badly under the bank Taking his niblick he hit hard The ball jumped into the air and dropped into his jacket pocket Londo Standard A Jourralist Is Born You cannot teach a man to be a for he is born not made and the real spring at once like the late G W Steevens into their place A lecturer on would bore one far beyond the limits of this For the joiirn Mst Is the man who is In ia and wants to share the interest with other livers And af lecturer in t would not heIr London 1450 I aMes 2500 These are leftovers of season all d worthy and as smart in style as mnean wanth DODt fciir to It best canTor money opportunity is here for Call at Once I RupardStewart Co JUt INSURANCE AGENCY will ebruary 17th pay- s500greatest missing misstugeachTuesdaypackageandblank and Department willworth illthese ofiAgency everyit JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Address M190UNIQUE Receive LEXINGTON reception Hamburg elaborate Nancy engraved invitations President Roosevelt Secretary Secretary Augustus partici celebration believed Valentine Birmingham experience Edgbaston professional his lordship righthand Journalist journalists journalism paragraph interested crowded classroom Chronicler at the the but gq any get the you the the you Received SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT It seemed to J A Stonej ftciyiTwar veteran of Kemp Texas ihata lungtrouble V deathUI contracteda stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then Ibegan to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds CoughsHemorrhag vent Pneumonia its unrivaled50e and 100 Trial bottle free Guar anteed by Phillips Drug Company J It is very funny to see 4wo ibid frauds get together and try to tool each other VALENTINE PARTY Dont fail to attend the D A RaiFriday MOVING PICTURES jThere will be 3dDO feet of the best OperaiHouseager Dinelli has arranged to make this kdmisI sion 10 cents 2103tp TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT Charms Used by Gamblers Gamblers have many charms to insure good luck when playing Among these are a fine catskin hung from tie neck a human knee bone or toe borne Ian owls heart a small red feather a loffar t I 4 f t s I v I r THE W1N H STAR MEWS Pacie Five I I SbITY t PORTRAITS OF MR AND MRS LINCOLN of Mr und Mrs Lincolnare among the best In existence IRAREphotographs are very rare This one shows her in evening dress on the occasion of a reception at the White House not a great assassination of the president rThe Cooking Club will Have its onfThe Literary and Social Club will have another of its interesting meet inks with Miss Anna Mae Hisle on Saturday afternoon The Little Colonel Readers will meet with Miss Emma Thomson on Satur ayjMrs Flora Hugharfc will have one I of her charming recitals on Friday afternoon f e Valentine PartyIThe Hart Chapter of the Daugh ters of the American Revolution will have a most interesting party at the Auditorium this evening This will be a valentine skating party The skaters will be dressed in white and trimmings to carry out the val6tine Idea which will be furnished by the daughters The skating win be an attractive feature of the evening but there will be no prizes given To make things more Interesting they will have candies for sale There will be a real live sure saaough gypsy fortune teller who will hold your hand and read your future win tell your fate whether it be good are or bad If you want to know 5f you going to get the ones yon love best just come out Friday night and find out tN0 sell You may purchase the and drop them illt the postoffice vftiich Y9U will find in the building It will be great fun to watch ike people re ceive them The daughters now have eighieen members and are trying to oTsain money enough to build a statue of Joel T Hart They already haie a 1t9jPERSONALS rMr H G Garrett and his Charm I ing daughter Miss Winnie left Thursday morning for Bodgenville t to attend the Lincoln C nt nirial Mrs Walker Anderson and grand anii pie ling were guests of Mrs Walker Lancaster Thursday evening en route South Mr and Mrs J W Poynter left j Thursday afternoon for Cincinnati Capt and Mrs George Strother are in Lexington Mr Allen Zaring of Richmond was in town for a short while ThursdayMr H McClvmondst of h Do I You Need llS S I J rl WHY NOI 1 rlCHBOWEJM Monrovia Cal was the guest of his aunt MissfiEmma Tu nbull on Thursday Miss SusauBuckner left Thursday atfernoon foravisit to friends in Lexington Miss Emma Turnbull has return ed from a visit to Lexington Mrs Anna Wilson and Mrs Perry who have been the guests of Mrs Gus Brooks have returned to their hdmS in May slick Mrs Harry Smith of Avondale Cincinnati is expected Monday to be the guest of her aunt Miss Emma Turnbull Mr Lewis Hampton is the gues ofIMrs Char ton Evans of Mt Ster ling is the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Jackson IMiss Exum of Lexington is the- of Miss Marie Hamptonfor a few days Mrs George Packets of Champagne Ill is the attractive guest of her parents Mr and Mis Torn Rob inson IDr GeorgoS Brooks was in Lex Thursday Mr and Mist George ROn spent Thursday in Mt Sterling illPIling x Miss Golden Day has returned from a most delightful visit to Mt Sterling DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mr 1 W Rice Al The burial of Mr J W Rice wo died suddenly Wednesday night took place in the Winchester Cemetery it 2 oclock Friday afternoon The services were conducted at the grave by Rev Gr E Grafton of the Vash Presbyteriabchurch following actedas all bear IThe W P Hampton Clarence Og W Hollar D S Haggard J4 huntereThe story that was published in The News that Mr Rice fell on Mail sufferedda e of Mr Hubert Hunter between two and three oclock Wednesday afternoon He was removed to his home where he died two hours later without regaining consciousness He was 61 years ofage and leaves a wife and six children surviving Mr Ric had a heavy stroke of paralysis seven years ago- Double Use for Electric Fan The electric fan for winter ventilation is quite as important as for sum mer cobling Philadelphia Record f Do You Need a DIAMOND Do You Need a WATCH Do You Need a CLOCK Do You Need some SILVER Do You Need some CUT GLASS Do You Need some CHINA t= of In take advantage of our ivoice sale and get them at a liberal aud discount Green Trading Stamps m thrown in m ae II t Jeweler and Optician t DRESS FOR A YrOUNG GIRL Most Appropriate Made Up in Old RoseDyed Shantung This would be a very charming dress for a girl of 18 years Made up in old rosedyed shantung the skirt is verY highwaisted and is joined to the bodice a panel of tucked glace silk the same color as the shantung isI taken from the shoulders and con tinued down to the hem of skirt the armhole trimming and cuffs are also of tucked silk velvet to match edges the tucked silk forms a waistband and trims the foot of skirt The yofca is of piece lace Materials required Nine yards shantung 34 inches wide five yards glace silk 3 yards velvet FLOWERS TRIM FUR TURBANS Bunch of Brilliant Red Velvet Gerani ums Adorn Turban of Ermine A cluster of gardenias with their glcssy green foliage is often the only trimming and roses of gold tissue are much used upon the darker furs two or three of them being tucked into the fur at the left side One very effective French turban in ermine was trimmed in a glowing bunch of velvet geraniums shading from brilliant reo to pink and on another white turban was posed one 6ugenurple orchid In addition to the round shapes there are many fur turbans slightly boat beingdangercome down well over the head and so of necessityhave a considerable width Some excellent scarf and bow effects are achieved in connection with models and indeed with the roan turban alsoand when they are b coming these shapes adorned wit knots or flatly applied bows of white supple satin Or metallic tissue with probably pendant ends finished in fringle or balls are tremendously chic Complexi1nI mor w n beneficial to take fruit with the meal or just before it than it is after Fruit is an essential part of the diet but it is not a complete diet in itself It aids various forms of secretion which prove most beneficial to the digestion It has a nutritious bulk which prevents one from overloading the stom ach with heavier and less easily di gested foods When fruit is eaten as first course for breakfast one is no so likely to overeat when the pan cakes with syrup and eggs appear annutritious cereal Oats lead th cereals in food value Preparations made from this grain are really best and cheapest in the end al thougha lighter cereal sndh as co or wheat is often more desirable hot weather Smart Use of Fur and Tulle Could there be anything more luxu rious and regardless of the exigencies tof cost and weather than this trailin of priceless furs on the floor behin one Note a chinchilla cloak in this fashion over a black libert satin frock which in its Smpness proves hardly a foundation fur the heavy furs the fur garment sleeve pinek arm fur stole ends moldingIshoulders of a tulle guimpe a ruff o ermine high up about the throat a drum major fur hat jammed down- about the head into pink ear and pen tiled brow and a muff as big as a barrel does not this show the inconS quential and the aesthetic carried Its limit Vogue Printed Pique Among the new fabrics to be shown on the counters for the early spring sewing is printed white pique The have already been used In Paris and will probably find wide favor over hereThe pique is rather soft and it isto covered with stripes dots and flowery in all the new colors It isa trifle heavy for stiirfcvaists but it makes admirable onepiece summer gowns Strips of It are alsorvusedfor coltr and curs and skirt borders on whit linen gowns and suits ISYETi0I lAllan 8z MuhyJIIIS USEFUL IN MANY WAYS Work Tray a Great Comical ence for Busy Wo The illustration shows a the utility of it is seen at a glance For the nursery it is specially useful it can stand on a side table with socks for darning in it or any piece of work that might be taken up at odd times It can easily be made out of any card board or wooden box of a suitable size from which the lid and one side has been removed The box should be brocadedsome shouldhmayias a and the outer edges should be bordered with thick silk cord The useful pockets round the sides are made of wide satin rib Iron or silk as preferred gathered at the top and run through with an elas holdescissorseapes A small ribbon strap on one side forms a resting place for the tthimble and at the back of the box loops of narrow ribbon are arranged to hold four reels of cotton The cot ton can easily be used in this way without removing the reels from their Traces New Buckles seestor backv waistswaistacueDeof theI or a lQwerI than the shoulder blade at the back andinCabochons of turquoise pearlsI corals and emeralds are all used Ehese are cut round or in points and fsye bedded in the metal Many of them have heavy fringes hanging from sidedThese are worn on any kind of em frockyChinese SJjppers Now that the importers bring one theAmericaning popularity They wear forever and a day as a bedroom slipper and lookJ ffThose who wear them say they are comfortable The price is not othaviin half a season as the Turkish slip doio WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP bedyfor five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite ausedlarg deep sores cover his leg Thedoctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salve com ttingtoneczem boils burnsand piles its DragCornepany Wont you need a nevi Suit or Overcoat4o run you through the rest of this winter and next If so we have something to say to you on Cloth ing You can buy any suitor Overcoat in our store with 20os OFFand many of them e gn muchmore off Many of them medium weights that you can wear in all seasons You can buy a good suit that you can wear in the Spring with 20 OFFThink it Over Come in and See tbe Clothes- We Give S H Green Trading Stamps With these Cut Prices I anI IAs1going to the give 20 Everything in the store less 15 during this sale Positively no goods charged at this count sal- eLooK See what you Save 100 Diamond fprO ev8O25 Watch for 2O 10 Clock for S 5 Knives and Forks46 Silver Teaspoons 4 Everything in store at same rate of discountr Baldwin Bros I be is our in lines are than are to be Give S ft H TO BE AN Feb 12 announces after a Con erence with Gen Bell who will be the of the Taft says he is much gratified to be able to Gen as Gen Bels Gen Castelman said is one of my old com service and 4 inj the War Gen selection is very I N v l ti THE y a MBV Imonth Sign of tHe Big Watch BY BUYING IIyour of us you will reap a double benefit first the merit of the articles ond in est that highclass goods can sold for IMPORTANT ADVANTAGE that assortments all complete and probably found anywhere else iniClark county We Green The Winn Furniture Co YEN CASLTEMAN PARADErWASHINGTON Senator McCreary chiefmarshal inaugural Castelmant antdesignate Castelman oI1eofI principal assistants Senator McCreary espicuousdistinguished officer Spanish Castelmans officialsThe intoparade NEWS swfT3 JewelersOpticians Furniture andsec paying thtlow possible prices such Another greater Trading Stamps ANOTHER COLD WAVE Weather Man Sees Nothing ButMorr Storms Coming From the West N WASIHNGTONT Feb 12 Astbrm that now occupies the JPddle fiet eastwnrdaccoraingto eau and Rocky Mountain region to day cross the plains States central valleys and lake region Saturday and coastMonday snorJincountry and win TipMFrtllntimJ jby what promises tovbe a WIde spread cold wave BiMErI1BERyoUR GIRL Ji Aid t Vatenfifer ij ral1h t rink Friday ni 1riY y I 2 ra 3i r i k r p frp Tug IK1ti1rHEiRTER MEWS t ft t The RouncKJp A Kqmance ofs Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama iiCopyright 190S by G W Dillinghzm CoQa You sent him She fell on awayIMfHnrr her Jmplorcd I Promise to you He never thought of Go find him bring him back to mel Bring him back howled the ex hiF r 17 Bring him hack1 cheeks swelling his red hair bristling end his voice ringing in its highe key Bring him back You just bet r will Thats why Im sheriff of Final countySlim whirled out of the door as if propelled by a gigantic blast Echo fell fainting at her mothers feetICHAPTER XIII IfORTH to the land of dead things through cities that are forgotten fared Dick Lane Trickedbyby his friend wIth the wom be loved lost to him he wandered on wardAutomatically he took up again h quest for buried treasure That whf in the flush of youthful enthusiasm and roseate prospects of life and to v had seized him as a passion was no a settled habit and fortunately so f it tanoment of a fixed purpose a monomania With this impulse was conjoined more volitional motivehe wished to revenge himself upon the Apaches and chiefly upon the renegade McKee whom he supposed still to be with them Somehow he blamed him rath than Jack Payson as being the chi cause of his miseries If he had not stolen the burled gold I would ha returned in time he muttered ls at the bottom of all this As I walk gardenfeltlowing me with his black snaky eyes Accordingly Dick directed his tway to a region reputed to be both rich in Buried treasure and infested by hog tile Indians He wandered westwa to Tularosa then down to Fort Grant and toward the lava beds of south western Arizona In all that arid there was nothing so withered as aeuLJack well mounted with a pack mule carrying supplies had picked UP Dicks trail after it left Tularosa from a scout out of Fort Grant Slim Hoover headed for Fort Grant Sn his search for Jack Although the ranchman had only a brief start of him Slim lost the track at the riv ford Knowing Dick had gone into the desert Jack headed eastward while gUm supposing that Jack was break lug for the border to escape into a for efgn country turned southward prom the scout who had met Jack and pick the sheriff learned that the two men were headed for the lava beds which were occupied by hostile ApachesDetachments of the Third cavil were stationed at the fort with Comet Hardie in command of the famous IP troop a band of Indian fightersa over equaled In turn they chased Cochise Victo tfa and Geronimo with their Apac warriors up and down and across t Hk Grande Hard pressed each chief lain in Wrja would flee with his b- alrst to the lava beds and then acre the border into Mexico where t United States soldiers could not fol ic 3w Hardie fooled Victoria however aSexas rangers had met the Apache mksctheIUocan 7 returned from the encounter Sdrdie took up his pursuit and Pole ThedtaMt expecting pursuit and despising VilMmotfguard 6kf was one to extermination Yicto slainlie t orders to to after the Apache HafSle told Slim that the Ieoionel were bound to head for the If the men for whom he were in the desert the troop would find them more quickly than Slim and his posse Slim waited at Fort Grant for orders writing back to Sagebrush telling hims of his plans Fort Grant followed the usual plan of all frontier posts A row of officers houses faced the parade grounds Di rectly opposite were the cavalry bar racks fort On one side of the quad rangle were the stables and the fourth line consisted of the quartermasters buildings and the post traders store Small ranchmen had gathered Rear the fort for protection and because of t e companyIconstant watching IAs a soldier the Apache WaS enrol cowardly He fought dismounted hisIwas army officers- adopted the Apache tactics and in stalled in the army the plan of mount ed infantry soldiers who move on horseback but fight on foot detailing one man of every four to guard the- horses mMountedhardships to picking up a living on rIdlingequipment the Indians had little trou ble in avoiding the soldiers Leaving the reservation the Apaches would thingbe back to camp and settled long bem thHampered restintcacommunicationsthoroughly In these same lava beds that they never recovered In Slims aosence Buck McKee and his gang had taken possession of Final county Rustlers and bad men were coming in from Texas and the strip Slims election for another term was no means certain He did not know tianmade any difference to him He was wouldis cUbrtoemorew torke him prisoner He knew the ac cusation would not stand full Investl ganona To be Continued ofANNOUNCEMENTS eFor Mayor We are authorized to announce olIJA HUGHES as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party announcerdH T STROTHER as a candidate for Mayor of Win thehisparty We are authorized to announce WD HOSKINS as a candidate for Mayor subject to the actionof the Democratic party erYOr City Judge We are authorized to announce JUDGE F p PENDLETON as a candidate for City Judge sub lent to the action of the Democratic party For Chief of Police ryWe are authorized to announce flha candidate for Chief of PoliceJ subject to the action of the Demo erotic party hesitiendcPoliceheparty City Collectorp are authorized to announce SC131VENEReas a candidate for City CollectariJc Winchester subject to the action iDf Democratic party TRY A NESS WAllY ADVERTISEMENT HINTS ABOUT SHOES Shoes Should Be Half ncH Longer Than the Feet Some people imagine that feet can not possibly look neat unless they a small This is a great mistake fo however good and well made a boot may be if it is too short or narrow it will be sure to bulge out at the side- and wear into an ugly shape The foot looks far better in a ion boot or shoe because it keeps its slapr j RUSSIAN SUIT FOB BOYS 4435 A pattern of this Russian suit for boys may be had In three sIzesfor boys from two to six years of age Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4425 and will be promptly forwarded to you all nger and takes away from the width of the foot As a last hint I would advise those who can afford it to have twoall pairs of boots or shoes to wear alternately There is nothing like a day rest every now and again for keeping em in perfect condition a rule mothers hesitate about aking boys clothes at home fearing at they may not be able to give- tisfactory tailored finishJ There Is ally little difficulty turning out the small boys Russian suit seen in ti illustration if the pattern is followed refully JTJDIC CHOLLET FASHION FANCIES Stocks Supplanting Collars Artificial Furs That Take Expert to Detect Stocks are supplanting linen collars though fine embroidered turndown col lars are quite up to date Stocks and es of Irish lace are very new and smart but are rather expensive in the shopsIn many of the fur sets of black a own white hairs are inserted hand These artificial furs are selling more than the real Nobody but e perts can distinguish between the and the real variety f A nice collar and cuff set for a black silk or a black challie waist is made of heavy white butchers linen em DIBECTOIHE KIMONO 4113 maybeofficepromptly forwarded to you by mall broidered above the hem with a row of eyelet holes below which In a arallel line is a row of thick dots to mulate buttons This Is very effec re In all white for a black waist and colored dots and buttonholes on a waist New boots should be worn first the house for a few days until feet get accustomed to them A gown from the famous Lucille of ondon ends In a sweeping train each oint finished with tassels In the height of the fashion for gold and silver trimmings come many of the long white gloves embroidered In gold and silver designs The most useful garment a woman possess is a comfortable kimono that Is easily slipped on and g without fear of Injuring the material The model seen in the cut Is a re markably good one for the purpose JTJDIC CHOLLET t HARD FOR HUSSY TO EAYLial Wifes Apple Pie the Direct Cause of a Tragedy theredayrThe Lorings were married a little over a year ago In the first week weddingsto the little flat which they had so much fun In furnishing Mrs Lor herewas not equal to the task of eating any of it and of course she wanted to know why My dear I never eat pie ex plained Loring I thought I would try this just out of compliment to you but I cant finish it Besides I am certain it will make me ill It was done with such skill that she put her arm lovingly about him and called him a deat old thing just for trying to eat itNow if there was any time at which Loring was at peace with the world it was when he was in front of a mans heIhis new home The other night Loring had as a guest a chum of boardinghouse days and the latter was telling of Lorings table feats Did you ever in all your life he asked the young wife see a man who could eat so much pie as he can 1 Hence the tragedy- INDICTMENT OF MODERN DRESS Mens Wearing Apparel a Survival of Other Days Why does the being we call a gentleman wear around his neck a band of spotless whiteness and un bearable stiffness at his wrists similar Instruments of torture and before his byitchest a rigidly starched linen plate 1 the Atlantic Monthly No one outside of a madhouse would call these articles of apparel agreeable There Is for the custom no reason at drawn from comfort hygiene or There Is however the asa was presumed to do no work and he dressed to show signsthat backawe no longer believe in this definition of a gentleman ruleseenough to appear impossibleharnessto propose as a mild lunatic dares rebel Addison said that the man who would clothe himself according to injailt Wood as Food In one quarter of the earth at least wood In a certain form serves as a common and constant article of diet and that is the northern coast of Sit nativesbyit Even when fish is plentiful wood eveningsestrippedlarclgion are silent witnesses to the gen dishisers immediately under the bark of the log These are chopped fine and mixed akettlemilk or butter is mixed with the wood TitBits To Remove Old Paper from Walls paperhanging removedfromdifficult to do but I hive just removed the paper from 13 rooms where it was wayThea thin boiled flour paste applied with whisk broom or whitewash brush after which it came off in large strips The time the paste was allowed to stay on varied with the thickness of the paper and was easily determined by experiment A cake turner was found to be of great use in starting the strips I learned this trick of the trade from a paper hanger Encouragement There is a young clubman of Phila delphia who has been most persistent onlydaughterthat city Not long ago a friend meeting the young man on the street asked How are things Tom Has she given you any encouragement I should say so replied Tom sheoibefortune when he diesIllustratedSunday Magazine Pats Deficiencies Mrs McCarthys husband went out in a boat alone the boat overturned and he was drowned A friend met her some weeks later r youthe000 True said Mrs McCarthy ccHe did How was that asked her friend Pat couldnt read nor write could he No said Mrs McCarthy nor swim Kindomore said the physician But he protested uPalrcaay have an automobile dicet MR MAN Get your heads together and start your feet our I some good All of our 500 be sold at These leathers Vicis Box Calf genuine Calf in have things Shoes Pair Patents Metals neatest shapes fashions This is your opportunity for a good thing I Y MASSfE The Shoe Man r eI Clark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year are are LNo can as much one On applicationMethods ive solicit the construc repairing of all kinds conditions roads public or vate or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in lots and will pleased to sell in any quanitydesired The in of classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed An Advance for Winchester wE installed great expense engine and machinery withwh ourIare now prepared to furnish RENT for light and and power for tans and motors Let us you estimates on this allsorts of electric lighting Remember electric light is superior to all others is clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it if desiredIWinchester Railway Light Ice CoINCORPORATED W P HACKETT MGR p S Ice in Winter as well as Summer 1A High iven to POSilion1f competent builders contractors They know we have conscientiously striv en to out the best from every stand point in materials workmanship our artistic designs please those of culti the of a diction ary is a task that even a of trained editors no a wom an Mrs H the feat of an French we for 395 a I Road the as a of streets car be putting all at new we and It on Wa furnish Again vated tastes the prices of our work are always satisfactory P SCOBEE SON C COINCORPORATED Remarkable Feat Though compiling corps with slight Washington George Gorham finished remarkable writing Idiomatic rench English English dictionary unaided way you to Gun and the and r cost poor tion and and pri same have just other DAY heat other give that safe meter GENL and turn and and R Womans undertake hesitation entirely Farmers GloryHow 3f Cori fnthtmudof body the dirt of calumny all these JtobronzeBronze which Is called lorytcatuu ICeidM r t I THE WINCHESTER NEWS 4 Take StvMti rO MUCH WORK FOnONE WIFE NffjMitn Needs Several Properly to r Minister to His Comfort According to the Geographical Jour ml of London the marital relation- among the peoples of Nigeria va somewhat according to their state of civilization Polygamy Is the rule the reason given being that it is im possible for one woman to do all the work of the house look after the chil Siren prepare and cook the food fetch the daily supply of water often a arduous job cultivate the plantation andgo to market The African is an exceedingly hungry person It is the custom to eat several times a da when at home and the men spend most of their day slttiag In the pala tier Dmnse or market place while the women bring the food all day long one wife could not possibly do this Uesldea the African lady encourages it tar she says The more wives the ten Ttfork Among the Ahlaras Onichas Obu wns snd the beer class of pagan trfbSB in the interior there is ver Ifttfte form of marriage As soon a man has the means he pays tine par Drit23 what they want in the shape of jgoftts cows heads and money an- takes the girL There is no ceremon afc all The xrore wives Ute theJIf of cone they caa manage to teeize a woman from the neighboring tribe while she Is fetching water o Jworking ox her farm ss much the cheaper With this method in yogi Tor centuries no wonder that it is as much as a natives life is worth to out of hiv own village and that the country is iso backward SHE WOULD END THE GAMBLING Wifes conscience Aroused But Action to Be Deferred wIL tKrdk Its simPlY awful saS the firs woman the way men remain ris1rtheirMy husband is a petfect fiend abratt the game One night he had three friends at our house and they playea that torrid game until nearly half past three in the morning uMT exclaimed the other womrn the one with the 5A plaid waist AmU does ke lose much money Nbeo says the first one Se liasnTt really lost any money Im fact hes feeen winning a little bit Rut then that doesnt make it right I woulflrbe opposed U1 gambling no matter how much he might win And sa st asa ii as my huSband wins esnwigh to finish paying for my clothes ratIve jpicked out Im going to make MLm stop dt If he doe t Ill leave Mm I just isimply wont live with a JInn yrbjtetei gambler f Origin of Bank Check J frenchman qiaited in a Paris ter fthe London Globe tells off i t orighi of the present day bank chF k- It is well known hffsays that the is so dense at times in London everjtfhing is blotted out That oppoittunity of the marauder and Is acftsslow in turning It to his pnoHt At tire beginning ofllast century tbe attacte made upon bank mess gelS amid others beme so n1lllthat tradesmen and manufacturers be gan to think seriously of devising some jneaitEeof protecting themselves Tiu therefore invented ae check phi enablefi a man to go about with little ready money and renders useless fire indisoset explorationtof a pockettaooi I A Quiet Salary Some ody in a Minnesota WwnIwrote a letter to She Journal collecting to aOocal tier because the yelled SB much After e matter the Journal thE tdat if the master felled in proportion to his sa1I he wouldnt make us much noise fras a mouse in a bag of leathers The minister iraccives 350 A year and his parsonage From this instance it doesnt seen as though amian on that salary ougltt to make very much of a racket but iperhaps he iis elated be cause he has six or eight Children and Itflnice dogWaterbury IricanI rr Whats Art Art is not rs the metatisysicia- thetoy manrlestation of some m iedous idea of beauty or good it 2lat as the aegQietical phy Iplogi slVa game in itch man lets off croess of stored rp energy it iis n the expression of mans emotions jaisigns it Hx not the production of using objects and above aJJrit is sat pleasure but it is a means of naioa among men joining them getbacii the same feelings and bl for the life and progre towards rellbelng of individuals amJ7 ofh1U1W tyCountTOlst- oyr r to Cook Possum Fi sJLcatch yourrpossuiii Cu thls thr9 lBleeq him well Remove his insides him as you scald a pig and crape off all the hair Some prefer shaying it with a razor Dig a hole in the ground i and after wrapping Mistah Possum in a clean clot bushim for three days Then ha R resflrreption The earth will have absorbed most of the sUnk He Is how yeady for roasting New York Press Plan Curb for Reckless Hunters One of the newt elec tedI membe Vof the Oregon legislature announc- is l intention of Introducing at ti next session a bill maklngk it a cr to sho any person t under the bell that such person ia a deer or a canvas back duck 1 r fflVEBTI IIWN S an as IssignryBUSINESS MEN IN CHARGE First Important Duty Is to Lay Plans nFar Securing a Larger Rural Population From Which to Draw Local TradePresent Facts That Appeal anyI are now conducting successful advertising cam paigns in their own behalf Some Canadian cities also boom themselves by this direct method of publicity In a recent paper read at a meeting of commercial clubs by Curtis L Mosher manager of the publicity bureau of S Paul some valuable suggestions war given Mr Moshers remarks on mu tsany to present attractions to the outside Among other things he says campaiy surP Someu must responsible the collec tion of necessary funds even though cagmurresponsible for the results Other wise the campaign will be only desul tory and unsatisfactory The best and most practical man the municipality can bring forward should be made chairman of the general committee in dharge of the work or be officially des Sgnated by some similar arrangement as the manager and director in charge fof the work The best beginning that a munld jpality can make in considering an ad vertising campaign is to look well to its appearance attractiveness and local ImprovementsMr dwells upon the impor tance of clean mil well lighted streets good sidewalks the removal of dilapidated buildings along business streets a first class hotel a public library at tractive approaches to the railway nata tion rest rooms for women and prritilic drinking fountains As no town or city continues Mr Mosher can grow faster than the business from itts local and tributary population permits the first Important duty of local business men is to consider the possibility of securing lar ger rural population on which to iilr a for increases business To get this population and to build up the agrIcul- tural resources of the tributary territory Is one of tfhe important ends ito sought in the ilocal advertising cfl paign The merchants with country ttra should get 33stsof friends of their customers living in distant states a send them a letter framed up lscaPrtaeperous acfoandiSntiiprobtdheyou you sP agricultural resources of this sects and the excellent opportunities me fatffiyour y may perhaps waso to utilize Malke the letter strong all to the point Set itdhso m All who gets it will nave a clear idea of the situation Inclose with the letters lists of farms for sole Tvrfhln easy reach off tthe city also tracts unimproved lands If the business men of the town leon secure from i buuflred farmer custom ers the names af only five farmer ffrlends or relafires fin the old home iflistricts it means 300 agriculturist upon whom dfaect advertising woik may be started Eadh hundred farm ers added to the tributary rural popn InrtSon means 10011000 a year added te the trade of the city or town Such work can be done at the cost of a few postage stamps and di Ufttte effort Mr MosL r dwells at consldera UengCh upon the desirability of keeps eoirtmercial clubs supplied with to data and Information of having ty exhibits at the state fair of sec ing state and district leon eatlons of innseommyst tstsc edofznabyand placing the city in an agree purelybusinesst0appeal to a business man advssappear mute Decorative effects do not appeal to business men By all means publish a booklet even though it cannot pretentious Fill it With facts and ter business arguments and use all the II lustrations you can Edit it carefully to see that all its statements can be proved and that there is no waste of word It should answer the question Why as a business man investor summqedance or city should I be interested In T This Is the best guide to the proper construction of a booklet that can tfe given without extended com meritt Wordsr aesre Kevrr e ten Sietn publicity J HAS FINE HEAD FOR BUSINESS Womans Methods That Aroused Won der and Admiration If I had my wifes head and nerved own half of Wall street in less than five years said the man It is the way she manages the clothes proposition that aroused me to wonder and admiration Here is an example of her thrift Early last month she bought a broadcloth dress which with the extra charge for alterations cost 55 Well after she got the suit home she didnt like it The store objected at first to taking it back but her per suasive tongue won them over and after deducting 5 for the alterations they refunded the money Last week when nosing ground she saw that same suit on sale for 35 My wife it seems has such a peculiar figure that the suit after being made to fit her wouldnt fit anybody else so ekestp oneBcourse sn the bargain No more fitting or ma whetiinsct like you to show me any man who 1could come out that well on a trans action in clothes CUSTOM PUZZLED THE VISITOR ThsEnglishman Thought QueerD Of all your queer American cus toms said the Englishman and you have many you knowoh yes very manythe queerest is that of the old est daughter of the first marriage of a woman who has been married twice wearing her mothers first wedding ringHow is that said the American woman That sounds rather complicated I aim afraid I didnt just catch It The Englishman repeated sv In the two weeks that I have been fin New Fork he elucidated still further T have met four maide ladies of to 45 years t t age w ho wore wedding rings I asked for an explanation and each time I found that it WHS the ring with which the ladys father married ther mother When the mother marrlecl again she gave the Ting to her oldest daughter Dont yon think that queer I certainly do said the American woman still I cant believe that it a national custom or I should haw heard of Jt before TOew York Press Lived Long as Hermit There has been discovered in the Idmleading Heeg enorsiw strengQr ta good advertisement for touohetroso m Teis2t ifcher BernsaID rd years a didHe has never bathed regarding t unnanirara toouhePaid for Bfte by the Pound In the village ot Kolked in 25un gary it has since time Immemorial been customary for the bridegroom tto give the Ibrides parents some trem pensatIon fiefre the wedding The other day a peasant farmer nom g Kotvoes and the parents of his pretty young betrothed could not come lo terms as to the amount and so they agreed to make the mayor arbitrator That good man a cattle dealer vale the bride at GOrcents a pound As s weighed 86 pounds the happy brif groom had to pay only 5160 and ithought himself lucky lo get a wife so cheap Formulasble are repj abbreviatioca ns di elemeunt represented figures are placed to th abovean represe byhea f llmule thus alcohol has for its formula mulcttterale ms onebleof Breaking the Rule erAt our establishment said th merchant we are training our et ployes to say Goodmorning or Good afternoon at the telephone Instead of beHellose does it work It works very well indeed See m to please our customers and gives ti establishment an air of dignity The only trouble we have is with me Im forgetTheres alliThe Value of Politeness Hollow trees are always the stifle but the mightiest pak It Is found can bend Thet more exalted a man is by shouldbemansaner gue has failed Politeness Is most useful nthetimidofStrand i t j EXTRA WHEELS f No 995 REPORT OF THE CONDITION of theCLARK COUNTY NATIOfJAL BANK At Winchester in the State of KenI BusinesskReSOUiceS Loans and Discounts 862206 40 Overdrafts secured andIunsecured 19741 29 U S Bonds to secure circulation 200000 00 Other bonds to secure atU S deposits 50000 00 ue from National banks not reserve agents 353976 03 Due from State Banks and bankers 25213 78 Due from approved redserve 50nChecks and other cash items 55 85 Notes of other Nationals Banks 9093 00 Fractional cur rency nickels and cents 221 85 Lawful money reserve nin bank viz Specie 25387 Legal tender notes 42000I 67387 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circula tion 9SGO 00 veTotal J 2714209 76 Liabilities Capital stock paid in 200000 Surplus fund H00000 00 Undivided profits less- a expenses and taxes 41386u 57 National Banknotes 200000e00 Due to other National Banks 27181 39 Due to State Banks and olBankers 3117 35 Individual deposits sub 089477g15 certificates of deposit l05fl n United States dep s its 40090 Reserved for taxes 11997 30 Total 2714209 76 State of Kentucky County of Clark I B E Curtis Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statment is true to the best of my knowledge and belie B F CUITIS Cashier Subscribofiand sworn to before J this 11 day of February 1909 J11I HODGKIN ed1Tatary Public Janinaery CooilectAttest IIAMPTQNISD GOFF R P TAYLOR Directors MOVED HIS SHOP ttarbeeopi TView Hotel fire would like to hay Lbis customers and old friends coil on rhim in his new shop in the Simpson and Hathaway building WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the ebest made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equfJ THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE discoveree d one His method deals with the blood But long ago provedEleebicmakes it worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells impart systestm biliated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cared me en tirely Only 50c at Phillip e Drop Company ilmaylives from tWO to 700 goons i of the most important sizes all ways in stock A skilled wheelwright is what you want when your wheel comes off the axle is broken or your vehicle needs repairing We are skilled in this trade as well as being masters of the art of carriage black smithing You will always find our work satisfactory substant ial and our prices are moder ate TSTROTHER SCOTT Bush has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORmSTOVES i BEST in the iVrlIBUSH ontheCorner EXACTLY LIKE NEW Our Repair Departmentworks- automatically with old Shoes It is impossible for anyone to do better repairing than we do for we make them look exactly like newSAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main 5 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice is hereby given that Iht WiunMartin Coal Supply Company has closed its business and i winding up its affairs All persons having debts and demands against said corporation will present the some at once- VINNMARTDT COAL SUPPLY COMPANY By J R Martin General Manager All persons indebted to the Winn Martin Coal Supply Company will please call and settle with J R Martin The business of the corporation must be closed at onceJ MARTIN oTHE VERY BEST 1IHave any ounrreadrsseen Limit copy of the Cincinnati W tcJ5emdgreatIworththat tend to make life prosperous oilmeThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve meats and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a 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 supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The tnother in management of house economygovernment duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to pIaningThe Grand Idea being that As are our Homes sawill be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a none sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell j a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tern poral rewards gained by righteousI living as preferable to life that brings nought but misery to the home I J Other ents and features tmaafljmottS IJSamp1writing to theENQumaCCiAJrr Cincinnati4 HART CHAPTER IWill entertain at the rink Friday Dont fail to attend 2I t f v t A TRAIN SCHEDULE Sy- t CHESAPEAKE 16 OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 842 a No 22 Daily 1157 a in No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 9 25 p L Westbound No 27 Daily EsNo 21 Daily 803 amNo 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p lit No 23 Daily 438 p iu I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE i Southbound No 37 CincinnatiKnoxville fe Sal 1000 a m No CincinnatiJacksonville imited 1057 a m No9MaysvilleStanfordoral with Cincinnati coneciion at Paris irrives at 32 departs at 35 p No 31Cincinnati Atlanta lithe 1123 p m Northbound No AtlantaCincinnati itt506 a m No StanfordMaysville local conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 7 23 no m No KnoxvilleCincinnati k al arrives 2 50 departs 2 53 p m No JacksonvilleCincinnati imited 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Win hester also are all daily excep- tsJ 9 and 10 which are daily except Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY O0 Time Card in Effect June 21 IS08 East Bound No2I No 4 IDaitYStations v Lexington 225 73fc Winchester 305 833s L E Junction f 3 24 886 Clay City 350 l 904j Stanton 358 9dO 1938Natural Beattyville June r 510 10A7 Athol 5 37 10 J45 0 K Junction 6 05 11gs rJnckson 610 1129 Westbound Daily Daily Sun I NplLNo31 No 5 ExI Only PMIAlLv0 K June 615 225 1705- Athol eo 640 252 7j3 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 730 341 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 8 26 Campton June 748 357 828 Stanton 8 15 4 26 854 Clay Cityeo 8 25 435 902 1L E June 900 507 J 34 912 559 9 45- ArLexington 9 55 005 Itfc25 f THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS EXeekly w L E JunctionTrains Ns itr tJiCt Campton JunctionTrains Nos 1V 3 3 and 4will connect with 3heT Jlcuntain Central Ry for passengms to and from Campton Ky Beattyyille JunctionTrains Nes LtZ 0 1C JunctionTrains Nos iid 4 will connect with the 0 fe Ii Railway for Cannel City Ky arid 1Y stations W A IHAS aoanyUndivided Profits 160000 ofSTH E Winchester Bank v WINCHESTER KYf J i H WITHER POI PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUIiJ i i1000UIII Fresfti FrWs amtfresft teiu x t Cigars Tobaccos 0 stern aIIGaudies Home Phone 712 MiRe Josephy1b 56 Jlilia 11 JIEighETHEWIHCHESTER NEWS FLEET z20DU WILES AWAY r Wireless Says American Naval Fleet is Progressing Favorably jpn Trip t r Special to Th News iEV FORK Fbi12Wireless from cruiser Ynldonlplaces the fleet trvVo thousand miles from Hampton speedtenefit rate the fleefewill beJiome Ffibijii ary 19 or 20 DEMOCRATIC LEADER j GOMMITS SUICIDE Is Disappointed Because Ward Club V Refuses to Endorse Rerv nomination Special to TheNcws H CHICAGO Feb 12Alderman J bleadersuicide bv shooting himself at his home Disappointment over the failure of his Ward Club to indorse him for renomination is Supposed to betlier cause PARIS BALL CLUB IS AROUSING ENTHUSIASM Stock is Being Subscribed and Team Will Go Into Contest to Win PARIS Kyi Feb 12 The sale of the Lawrenceburg franchise of the Blue Grass League of baseball clubs to Paris was received here with enthusiasm by the large number of base ball enthusiasts Mr J C EIkin Jr who represent ed Paris at the meeting when the deal Was consummated reached home this morning and immediately went to work securing the necessary amount of money to place the club on a strong I financial basic Mr Elgin met with success and believes that before the beginning of another week the entire amount will be subscribed when the stockholders will meet and file articles of incorporation and elect a board of directors who will in turn eIecta president secretary treasureiV itI dmans Sir Elgin is tlip only person men tioned for raiifiager of the tam an iris well known playing ability an knowledge of the game cause local fAns to hope that Paris will be right inthe scrambleii or pennant honors thE complete organization of the club itisbelieedtijll be effected by the next m wilbbe held in this city Tuesday Feb iruary 23 t IEASTTENBESSEE COS OFFICES BEING MOVED e r jpart of SwitchBoard Already in Place Many Improve merits Maiie The work fi1 ving the offices of ComIper of Main arid Lexington under the supervision of Mr 0 Wqbber is progressing and the company hopes to be ding bus ins in their home within two weeks s Part of the switch board has already been moved and is being paint ed rewired and put in first class con ditidn The rooms have all bee cleaned painted and papered an ever tiling possible is bein done to make the office attractive and convenient PROMINENT RICHMOND LAWYER BADLY HURT Hon W B Smith Pairifuly Burned L at HisHome in Madison RICHMOND Ky Feb 12What came near being a fatal accident and 2which proved to be almost a re markable escape was experienced hereearly yesterday morninp by Ho- W n JB Smith aged about 65 andon of the best and most widely kno citizens throughout the State Ithas for the last many years be a custom of Mr Smith when first arising in the morningfto exercise with physical culture movements During the Sxercise of the morning in Sflmte unlmdwn manner his night robe became ignited and before lIe realized it the blaze was streaming Rp1 side and back His sown coo t ness tend sei control are solely spBsiBla for e saving of his for instead of running for assistance Aft eganlto fight the daze at the swsne lime disrobing In the tenb Isywere sev the body ih- j Advert fn The News J l sV4If i a TAFT WORRIED ABOUT KNOX Says Loss From His Cabinet Would J Be a Public Misfortune Special to The NewsIdentelect Taft has wired to Senator Hale urging Congress to remove all doubt of Knoxs eligibility to the office of Secretary of State He says the loss of r Knox from the cabinet would be a public misfortune TAKEN TO CHICAGO Rankin Children Bitten bYtQ bid Dog Develop Alarming i Symptoms CYNTHIANA Ky Feb12etwo1 Rankin children of near Georg town who were bitten by a rabbid dog and brought here for the cation of a madstone which would not adhere to the wounds developed alarming symptoms yesterday and were immediately taken to Chicago thedBREATKITT COURT TOaCONVENE ON MONDAY Entire Four Weeks Term To Be Devoted TO Felony and Misde meaner Cases JACKSON Ky Feb 12The Breathitt Circuit Court convenes her next Monday with over four rundre Commonwealth cases on the docket Commonwealths Attorney Kelly Kash said today that the whole of the four weeks term would be devoted to the trialof the felony and misdemeanor cases TRIBUTE OF RESPECT TO MR GEORGE REED A large crowd assembled at the residence of Mr George W Reed de ceasedfto pay a sad tribute to one of the best and worthy citizens of Clark county He was held in the highest esteem by his innumerable friends and really he seemed to have won tljeir hearts by his genial dispo sition and his gentle smiles and words The fuueral services were performed by Messrs Davis and George Hunt whose splendid remarks touched all eyesdand attributes that all knew which made him an idealman There was many lovely flowers the gifts from loving hearts to cover the remains AGAIN IN COMMISSION Going up John the elevator at the BrownProctoria Hotelwas back at his post of duty Friday morning after a day off Thursdav caused by the break in the maehiner of the elevator that occurred Thurs day morning An expert mechanic from the Warner Elevator Compan- of Cincinnati vas wired immediatel after the break and arrived Thurs day night andrepaired the defect TOR NIGHT Woodmen of World to Make Final Arrangements For Head Camp Winchester Camp Woodmen of the makdthe Head Camp which meets in this city March 9th The ladies depart ment of the order the Woodmen Circle will also meet here at the sam time and efforts are being made to organize a local circle All member- ark requested to be present at th meeting Pertinent Question dIseaseshumanity sheer carelessness And yet we teat wouleitBarcelona =vnHumanitarian Who Failed A Brooklyn man complains that h tencan con on the sympathy of several million light sleepers who will join him in heartfelt regrets that the anti snorlng device did not succeed v ChinaAnotherbeen on the subject of poathumo 1names to their late majesties the em emperofenese history never exceed 22 characters and of empresses 16 characters leShanghai Mercury believer js punished by people who do not believe themeslves is one of the wonders of our xjrfihzaioVi i J jjf I r I FIVE DOLLARS fFERED FOR CORRECT SOUIION j Jouetts Insurance Agency Will Give Cash to Successful Man Woman or Child Jouetts Insurance Agency offers five dollars to the man woman or child who supplies the greatest number of missing words in an advertise ment whiqlx appears elsewhere in this paper The solution is quite simple and the contest is fair square and above board Answers should be mailed to Puzzle Department Win chester News The correct solution of the puzzle- is now under seal in possession of the editor of The News and the seal will Jje broken oil the night of February 15 The money will be paid tothe winner on February 17 A large number of solutions have already been received but nobody knows as yet whether or not they are cbriect Jtew irpay you to give this contest a little of your time and thought r YOUR FORTUNE TOLD I The fortune teller at the Auditorium tonight wShts to tell fortunes to and oldlThe businessman nd the matr6iiulir expressly invited to tale advantage of his skill Hell open your eyes CLAY CITY ITEMS The Rev Carpenter of Winchester occupied the stand at the Methodist Taylordlbt tiaCueu at night Miss Polly Lbcknane of Winches tel is visiting Mamie Asher Miss Alcy Parish of Winchester is visitnjg lieriter Mrs Robt N Bush Born Friday February 5th to Mrs Nannie B Lowe of Winchester a daughter Mrs Lowe was formerly Miss Nannie Anderson of this city Clay City TimesI POWELL COUNT CANDIDATES The Democratic primary in Powell county resulted as follows For CountyJudgeD R Daniel For County Attorney M A Phil lipsFor a County ClerkJ W Woolery For Superintendent of Schools F P Tracy For Sheriff Wm BowenJr For Assessor G A Grabtree For Jailer Geo Stephens Powell is a close county and it is said that the Republicans will have a full ticket at the November election MONEY FOR COUNTY TEACHERS DELAYED County Superintendent Tanner Says Twos schoolY urday as was announced did not ar rive School nt mornying that the money would not be here for two weeks FOUND DEAD IN HIS ROOM DANVILLE Ky Feb 12 Tilford Purdom a wealthy farmer was found dead in his room yesterday morning Has sixtyeight years old and had been suffering from heart disease EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION MONDAYgA meeting of the Kentucky State Educational Commission has been Frankforteo school laws of Kentucky will be un worke grog e laws and hopes to make a new one for Kentucky that will be a model for all other States childrena isasaid they are nice to their parents Deviceean In ofntshe pleaded that she was utterly destitute and had taken the shawl to keep tile baby warm But the latter proved to be a hollow tin doll contalm Ing stolen articles usThere should be a law to the effect onervisitor a month at his house the po lice should step in and protect him Even when a man prays to be de livered from temptation he is telling himself that it isnt going to hurt him to take a look at it The ferocity with which an Tin tI v Hats areOff In order to clean up what is left placedthemwill gofo- rLess Than Cost Good ColorsGood StylesBrok en sizes thats all The best on earth Knox Stetson and Youmansinthis sale WE CAN FIT YOUR HEADv REDUCED PRICES 500 Hats for 325 I 400 Hats for 289 I Fifty Cents Off I McCord Smith Phillips I LONG SEARCH IS REWARDED Whitley County Fugitive Captured After Twelve Years BARBOURVILLE Ky Feb 12 Capt Givens of the Middleshoro mil itary ocmpany arrived at Williams burg with Charles Herndon who was apprehended in Denver Coland who is charged with killing his wife on Jellico Creek Whitley twelve years ago The capture of Herndon followed a twelveyears search t Statesbund Mexico The prisoner was living in Colorado under the name of Charles Howard Herndon and his wife formerly lived near this city but did not get along together and separated his wife going to Whitley county Hern- don followed and importuned her to return It is claimed she agreed to do so and left her Whitley county home with Herndon Before reach ing this county Herndon is alleged to have placed a revolver to her head and have blown her brains out Great excitement was occasioned and at the time a reward of 500 was offered for Herndons capture but he suc cessfully eluded capture for twelve years h STORE AND CONTENTSBURN STANFORD Ky Feb 12Rambo Robinsons store at Maywood five miles form here burned last night with allo fits contents Loss 1 000 insurance 500 The origin of the fire is unknown NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY Charles C Jackson has just pur negativesofof the best ground floor photograp- galleries in Winchester in the Jac Reed building on the west side of N Main street He also enlarges portraits and make- frames Mr Jackson would be glad to have all his friends call or anyone de siring work in his line 212 3t Y martyrewoman o create the impression that some nan- is mean tp her 350 Hats for 300 Hats for 20491 on all the boys andIlads hats in this JAMES BROWDER GETS- THE DEATH SENTENCE Negro Charged With Killing James Cunningham is Sentenced to Hang DANVILLE Ky Feb 12Jury trying James Browder a negro charged with killing James Cunning ham rendered a verdict at 11 oclock yesterday inflicting death sentence The jury was given the case late reportedintime to consider the case and were released until morning being placed- in the custody of the sheriff in the meantime The prospect ofa brilliant flow of oratory attracted a large crowd to the court house and throughout the en tire session of court the spacious court room was packed by interested spectatorsJohn Rodes opened the argument for the defense He was followed by former Congressman John S Rhea for the State who in turn was fol lowed by Judge J C Sims for the defense Commonwealths Attorney Thomas concluding the argument for the prosecution GOES TO CINCINNATI Mrs Bettie Johnson of the firm o Johnson and Wills and their trimmer Miss Mullins of Louisville left Fri openingsMiss Mullins will go from there to Louisville for a stay of two weeks TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT FOR RENT Pour rooms for rent Apply Miss Carrie N Wills N Maple street 212Gt twokwell improved good dwelling and good stock barn and outbuildings Buildingss are comparatively new Make you an ideal home Price 105 per acre Must be sold in next ten days Apply J NEWT RENA KER Real Estate agent Winches ter 212lt FOR SALE CHEAP One buggy good as new JOE NUNNELLY 2122t Eagle Casting Co 1 INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY MANUFACTURES OF Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Alluminiiitiy Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds 1J Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints I WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes CqRNELLl fter J J o I n r I i 1 4 L CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer WordI Onehalf cent per word per inser lion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions ofsame item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used within one year 4 cents a line FOR RENT 3 rooms T inn ave T 10 00p2 rooms Vinn ave v 8 00 3 rooms Jefferson st 700 4 rooms Main st J2 00 8 rooms Dram st 2000I C r i ITHE REAL ESTATE AN FOR SALE OR RENT Twodesir able dwellings one on Efaggard 15urnsiIL2111mo r LOST Bunch of keys 2 night keys and one Postoffiee key Pleasere turn to this office 2111t- LOSTBlack fur hat ontParispike about one mile from Winchester Findef please return tof Mrs T BIBB Winn avenue 2l14t FOR RENT Blacksmith and dwelling house W R1HIEATTf Boouesborough pike 2li3tv LOST Openfac Elgin watch with monogram A H Poon back Re ward for return to 330 Squffi Ma ple street c l WANTED At once 500 skunk hid es and other raw furs For par yleOwingsville 2461- LOSTBlack silk scarf found on timeOwnerfor this advertisement and calling on Mr A H Sympson 21tf FOR SALEOne half lot 283p26in Winchester Cemetery J AgQL TON Home phone 8533 V 282t STRAYED From Pine Grove Jan K uary 25th 1 red cow and 2 heifers marked X Iwith tar 10re ward for their return to FRANK STIVERS Athens Ky 12610t FOR SALE OR RENT House of Applyfavenue 283tMonWedFri FOR SALE5o to 200 bushels best Jellico coal at 11 cents perbushel at 21 North Main street 265t FOR SALE Coal at 21 Ifyrth Main street You will be pleased with both quality and price 119lmo FOR SALEGrocery and meat shops paying business Terms reason able Address W A B this office I 114tf 4 WANTED To take orders for mak lug capes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 College 1 street Home phone 654- 112lmo FOR SALECheap graphophone largeMortlingR B this office 1gtg- WANTEDTo buy furs scrap iron and all kinds of metal Best buyer in town Chas Zigman Main and Washington 119lmo streetOwnerat this office and paying for adver tisement 125tf PUBLIC F SALEMrs E W Ramsey will at her residence on East Broad way on Saturday February 13th herhouseholdSale at 2 oclock p m prompt 9 3t auction iftveblocksState Bank stock r r 1 N NKINIIJ R Bush Auctioneer f 128 td eo 5- r T t 4 rt