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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r y 9 i Y y F f cP tfl stditi LARGEST I VOL NO 105 KY SATURDAY II1909 2 GENTS A COPY 10 GENTS A wFE JUDGE C f BURNHAM SERIOUSLY AT HJS HOME IN RICHMOND Was Meffiher Of PreSident Lincoins CahillotSlighi Hope for His RecoveryIs 89 Years Of Age Special to The News 13Judgechome in this city There is but lit U guee J3 m is 89 years of age and is probably the most distinguished liv i MEETING UFR- eassignTHE r FIRE BOYS of Members Are Made New Men Are Elected The Winchester Fire Department met in its regular monthly meeting Friday night a good number of it members were present and much bus fuSsof importance was transacted There were five fires reported by officers of the various companies since the last regualr meeting The department is allowed fiftyseven members and the list being short the folowing were elected as members A B Kohlhass Irvine Falker Ruben FranklinWallace Strode John Coop er and Dr Howard Lyon physician Owing to the absence from town and nonattendance pit fires and meetings four names were dropped from the listIThanks Department A letter was read from Dr W f Miller from Deland Florida in which andthankedhis livery stable from destruction by fire at the time the Gaines stable wa partially destroyed It was ordere- that this amount be placed in a sep orate fund and also the 25 whir was given the department by the Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing Company to buy something fo the department that could be kept t remember these parties who have s appreciated the work of the depart ment Reassignments At the last meeting a committee was appointed to go over tie list with Chief AR Baldwin and reassign the members to the various pieces Fol lowing is their report Hook and lattedwagonLucie n Wilson S V Alexander William An derson Walter Ecton Henry Gilkey Maynard Boone James Adams Black Ecton Ed Hadley Harry Tanner A J Goodpaster Hose reel No IF F Goodpas ter Earnest Goodpaster Clarence 1 Ogden J K Shea Sam Wells Virgil Moore Vernon Hisle Hose reel No 2D B Goodwin W P Hackett Austin Reeves Gor don Ramsey P B Winn Hose wagon No 3Jack Alex under James T Bohen Harry Duck worth John Harding James Gart lana1 Steve Botto R L Bradley Ru Joint fusDu PricPowell ee Falknerv Fire Police M D TarpyJ P Conway Carell Asbill Albert Tanner John Ballard and J A JMfcOourt SurgeonsDr Browne Ishmafl Dr J C Vaught Dr Howard Lyon Signal manC F Atte sail The drivers are Maurice Stroud A1 B Kohlhass nat Brookshire There being onother business be adjouriiinerfollowed nt iJURY SWORN a INCUOPER CASI Ho fSaturdayCourt day Morning Special to The News ejc NASHVILLE Tenn Feb 13 Vitb9utfurtherQbange the juror s Jfereswom in the Co trial and e oourladjournedtati1g i wady j ItJt rCo tr w v i f Ii J CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER Afrp CLARK COUNT 1 THE WINCHESTER j NEWS 1 WINCHESTER Iring Kentuckjam He was a member of the Kentucl Legislature before the Civil War and served in the cabinet of President Lincoln For a number of year he was a member of the Kentucky Senate TWO BANDITS ROB A TRAIN Masked Men Hold Up Rio Grande Railroad and Loot the Mail Carfi Special to The News sDENVER Feb 13Two masked bandits held up the Rio Grande passenger train No4near Fort Logan looted the mail car and escaped fi PROTOCOL HAS BEEN SIGNED Special Commissioner Buchanan Tel egr phs That He has Ar ranged With Venezuela fl Special to The News Specialgn the department that he has sigrred a protocol with Venezuela Government for settlement of dis UnitedhStates VALENTINE PARTY IS 0A GREAT mm Ladies of Hart Chapter D Ai R Have Pleasant Entertain ment at Rink The ladies of the Hart Chapter D A R gave a beautiful valentine party at the Auditorium Friday evening Notwithstanding the inclemen cy of the weather a large crowd was present making it a success financially and otherwise About forty skating couples took part in the Grand March which was interesting and intricate led by twoI of the most graceful skaters in Winchester in and out around and about forming hearts and darts wheels and squares The girls were dressed in white decorated with innumerable red hearts and the young men wearing their hearts on the lapels of their coats The ladies had improvised a post office where valentines were and mailed This booth was con stantly surrounded by youngpeopl being attracted then by the popul a young ladies Miss Margaret Sphar Miss Anna Mae Hisle and Miss Flor e Smith who received and gave outheinalltJ A special feature of the entertain inept that caused much merrymak ing cand brought in many dimes vas the mountain fortune teller who alto glrbn dialect was the veritable mountain woman skilled in the mys teries of heart causing blushes and heart throbs and prophecying wealth love and happiness This splendid character was taken by Miss Annie Croxton who is quite an adept in palmistry Te candy table was presided ove by Mrs J G Johns and Mrs W Ac Beatty assisted by Mrs Warmock The ladies of then pr are to be J it success CLoferneat lit tie sum of tJlo 1daaa- nucleus fo j ng iorf recting aee f Chester r oJa Tennrisvisi ayes liexe l i th I A VALENTINE t Oh little loveliest lady mine N T What shall I send you for your valentine Summer and flowers are far away ft tn Gloomy old Winter is king today Buds will not blow and sun will not shine j v What shall I do for a valentine i r Ive searched the gardens all through and througH For a bud to tell of my love so trueS l11 But buds are asleep and blossoms are dead headiV W 2 Here is my heart for your valentine laura Elizabeth Richards COMMITTEES NAMED BY WINCHESTER CAMP Members Are Appointed to Arrange ForMeeting of the Head Camp V At the regular meeting of Winches ter Camp No 82 WOW held Friday night the various committees on making arrangements for the meeting of the Head Camp that will be held in this city in March were appointed The meeting was largely atteiided and much business was transacted G W Beihn G M Hart W P Eckley were appointed a committee to holdingtheThe following were appointed to make arrangements for the Woodmen Circle which is the ladies auxiliary or the order which meets here at the same timei M D Royce H H Tan ner and C A Tanner G D Andes C A Tanner and G W Beihn wereappointed a committee OH program and arrangements The following were aooointed as aI committee to secure accommodations for the guests and to entertain them Eckley H H Tanner Luther tReeves C A Tanner C B Tanner WeGrM Hart 0 N Watts H D Andes and Is A Ramsey a Mr C A Tanner received a letter from MrJ H Ramsey State manager of the order saying that 150 had been appropriated to put on the protective degree here during the meeting The committees Were all instructed to meet as soon as possible and complete the arrangements LABORER WINS DAMAGE SUIT AGAINST DOW WIREWORKS thrcase Smith against the Dow Wire and Iron Company of Louisville on trial in the Circuit Court here the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff giving him damages in th of 2500 Smith was unloading a car of iron at Richmond last nrammer when a pe- r ofirria fellon il kiBchii e- gai GROWERS CAlLING FOR THEIR MONEY Clark County Farmers Kept Boar of Control Busy Sat urday Probably never before in the his tory of Winchester was there ever a much money paid out and put in cir culation in one day as there was Saturday when the growers of this county received their first payment on the 1907 crop of tobacco that was in the pool The office of the Clark Count Board of Control has been crowded all during the day with growers coming in to get their money CITIZENS NATIONAL STRONG 1NSTITUTION His Individual Deposits of 340984 71 and Surplus of 45000 In another column of todays News will be found the statement of the condition of the Citizens National Bank which is one of Winchesters strong and safe banking institutions The individual deposits subject to check are 34098471 The surplus and contingent fund is 45000 The Citizens National Bank wa established in 1874 and has had steady and prosperous growth ever since The bank has always been noted for its conservative handling of its funds at the same time it has at all times been ready to aid all worthy enterprises It has been for years declaring a 4 per cent semiannual dividend and usually carrying 2 per cent of the earnings to the surplus fund The last time 3 per cent was added to the surplus eair A H Hampton has been cash ier for twentysix years Before ing made cashier of the Citizens was assistant cashier and vicepres ident of the Clarl County National buildineThe business is Io ateadil t This isth credit of nan nat axe Noone ever resolyed tob o next yenul CARNEGIE SEES CHANGECOMINEIro- nmaster I Predicts Revolution in Industrial WorldCom V petition is Dead 4i New York Feb 13 Andrew Carnegie declared that congress is inca pable of fixing a just tariff schedule and that a permanent bipartisan com mission of experts is the only solution of the evertroublesome tariff problem Mr Carnegie urged that all manufacturers of the country attend the national tariff commission con vention which assembles at Indian aseltedtflatule1s unequipped by training m knowledge to fairly and understand ingly deal with such an abstruse proposition as tariff Among other things Mr Carnegie said There should be a permanent staff ofable disinterested men charged with studying conditions i all manufacturing countries The in dustrial world is about to undergo the most momentous change known in its history even more farreaching than was the change from the individual domestic manufacturer manufacturing at home to the factory system and the huge establishments of today We are rapidly losing comp consumptionerto depended to insure reasonable prices for the consumer Some of our most important industries today are nominally competitive and in reality are monopolies so far as an thatwiIIThe monopolies must be controlled in some way or other A supreme mi dustrial court will have to be create- and eventually will have to pass upon prices disguise this as we may This iseven a larger question than the tariff but our troubles with revisions of tile tariff will be greatly overcome e by a body of experts keeping them selves fully informed of all matters pertaining to the question The ne industrial court may make mistakes as our interstate commerce commission may but both will gradually create traditions and make decisions which will be duties for the futon- It would be well for our captains of industry generally to attend the forthcoming convention and get a problemds prepare d to pass upon the suggested remedies SIX WOMEN ATTACKED ArmesBerlin Feb 13A series of six attacks upon women and girls has set the southeastern and eastern districts of Berlin in a state of panic Six women were attacked by a man who used a sharp instrument believed to thye Ontof his victims bled to death and others were badly wounded An armed youth about years old was taken into custody in the neighborhood where the last assault occurred Two of the victims of the stabber declared they recognized him as their assailant Raves About Initiation Marion 0 Feb 13Mystery surrounds the case of exCouncilman Daniel Staufer who was brought horn from Crestline and is believed to in a dying condition He was broug here by M E Rapp who with Mr Staufer purchased a grocery t Crestline five weeks ago Rapp hu riedly deserted and has not been 10 cated Stouter is in a delirious co dition and talks incoherently of ha ing been in lodge hall where he w gaveIhlm aCOLORED FIGHTER READY Johnson Issues Manifesto on Depar ture For Home Melbourne Feb13cl am willing to fight James J Jeffries Tommy Burns or any other man alive England America Australia or apart y of the civilized world where ue ficient inducements are offeredrThis was the farewell message of Jack Johnson the champion heavy weight pugilist on the eVe of his der pasture from Sydney to catch a steamer that will take him across the Pacific en route to the 1 nited States Shorthenumer depothm hagthug far this season sot been able to relultprices win high 9UJcQniume during the cwalag mauner Some frsegtt plle fro TJppcr Mtekiga lakes 4Cu C k f J rAr t i i t WEATHER t- Threatening Tonight and t Sunday With Rain Prob t ably Turning to Snow f FEBRUARY 13 ILL vp WILLETT SCORES AOMINSTRA lION t DeiKcrs Speech en VVcrd Libel Suits =Blames and Ridicules the President i J Washington Feb 13 Charactervi izing as the most flagrant and than most dangerous exercise of usurped power ever witnessed in this coun try the grand jury investigation which have been In progress for seT eral weeks past in connection with the alleged Panama libel case Repre sentative Willett of New York who several weeks ago vigorously attack lIoorLcame to the defense of the papers whose alleged libelous investigateddeclaring States have no jurisdiction in conch of libel against the government of the tUnited States ult has not been conferrcdvoIl them by any act hee 8serted and they possess no criminal jurisdiction derived from the common law He called the present invests gation Uthe most extraordinary prO ceeding on the part of the federate government which has shocked the country since the days of the old Fed eralist party This proceeding has for weeks been going on right here in the DistrJ t of Columbia under the very shadow of the Capitol and seems to have been instigated if not directly ordered by the president A large part of Mr Willetts speech was taken up with extracts from various court decisions by which he nc7iegalcases of alleged libel against the gOY dernnlent He declared that the old English doctrines relating to the Ur holing of the government or great public officers has been rejected in all the states of the Union since thor revolution of 1776 and that it had before that time been rejected in England by the act abolishing in the wreign of Charles II the star chamber court He asserted that the doctrine has ever since been regarded as min safe unreasonable unjustifiable and unconstitutional fiction eHe ridiculed the contention whIch he said the governments attorneys are reported to hold that the princi pie that though the of country with a constitution likeourt can not be libeled applies everywhere else in the United States it does not apply in the District of Columbia In conclusion Mr Willett defined the present proceedings by the gov ernment asua usurpation which seems to be intended to forestall this house the grand inquest of the nay tion in the exercise of its right to investigate charges of corruption brought by responsible citizen against the administration now lapower And I warn you that no such usurpation shall be allowed to entan itself in precedents lest by repe the abuse become inveteratev and despotism firmly established oar the ruins of our republic DEFENDS CROMWELL Representative Loverlng Says ExCon vics Instigated Fraud RumorsI Washington Feb 13The charges- of corruption and fraud in connection wIth the Panama canal purchase rsehouse of berepresentatives when Mr Covering Mass entered a sweeping defense of William Nelson Cromwell William othersrhaving1been Bannonw 4asstatements t Mr Covering charged that 3tfrv Rainey obtained his information re Agardingfrom the New York World and that ex convicts had instigated the storie rtof fraud and corruption pertaining ta ithe acquirement of the property firthe United States IJ inan Is Human Slevq f tr Marion O Feb 13 Archibald Hickman of Wheeling W Vaep oyed by the Tidewater Pipe LInW i company was her from ML VictorY and placed In a hospital Surgeons refer to hint as a homes t sieve but sayThe will recover Hick man accidentally touched oft a range X box of nitroglycerin caps and hia body wag blown full of tiny holes Lift Man Pardoned s Golumbtts O Feb 13The sorajj nqf gave a pardon to John Rogepat rored aged ti Rose was serving a life sentence from 1eiCarwi county for second drM TOurdwr aad his Pttt was seco ms ti7 sr a rGaili Thwarr3 t Pli i a ftdAJ aai ia r orrtid w t4 f 1 i t Li 7 d r f a t 4 r 7sr1 tTHE WINCHESTER NEWS TWO SIDES TO THE QUESTION Patronage of Home Stores Depends Much Upon the Merchants How often do merchants complain about the farmers and others to distant places for goods sendingI tke same time the farmers are By the merchants to send luc to some other place while the merchants ship in the same class of products that the farmers are send Jag out In the home patronage matter there ft nothing so wholesome as reci procity Do the merchants always eiTe preference to homegrown pota TOCS to the products supplied by the local hens to the output of the local creameries Do the merchants al ways show a good example by patron izing their brother tradesmen Or do they at times send to the city for the clothes they wear the piano for their daughter the wagon they use in delivering goods etc There are a lot of narrowminded aiort sighted men in the mercantile business as well as on the farms There is a lot of selfishness in the average of humanity and this manifests itself now and then in censuring others for doing that which we feel justified in doing ourselves Many merchants seem to think that there js only one side to the homeIjatronttge proposition that it duty of the farmer to buy everything at home regardless of whether the merchant buys his flour from the home mill or whether he sends away for the potatoes which he sells in stead of buying them from the local farmersThen again merchants are as blind now and then to their own interests as are the farmers The merchant seeks to squeeze the last cent of profit from the farmer and thereby loses trade as well as the farmer pelmemailorder concern There is such a thing as equity be it understood and there is such a thing as compensation The merchant who gives the farmers ef his community a square deal and shows the proper kind of enterprise Is hardly ever heard complaining about the mailorder house or the depart Kent stores injuring his trade Bu- ttmerchant who is intent upon playing a dead cinch game is forever feewling The home patronage matter is mainly up to the merchants oll the small towns People resid ing in the country are pretty fair r JHinded They want decent treat Bent They like consistency They wfll even pay the live reliable hones merchant a higher price for goods matIorderap concern or the surethlns department Moreor the scalliwag merchant who ofxaisW cents 1 i s EgyptianspxcSYators tent cemeteries discovered the iIJar many pet dogs One or the unsls Lad ivory bracelets round Nit Jigs while several had collars of twisted leather one with a leather lead vttaclHKl The teeth of In1T of th- ecogsere in noticeably Dadboudi 4i6n the result of idleness aid an- r U1thylnxui I r Fi ed Ywo Datys and NIgIts Commander Peary and his party t taraiBC fmisseO from their futile elm forT the pole in 1908 slaughtered bawl of Severn musk oxon oa Hkzea iMasfl pj the extremes north of Great thitr1afteIk oeUaa eo tiD1I 11S1rand when tiy Jiad Amis td r the pil of bpnts tlt wu ntanfrs7 1 f +e x n No 218i REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THECITIZENS NATIONAL BANK At Winchester in the State of Ken tuckyat the Close of Business February 5 1905 Resources Loans and discounts 341717 63 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 6925 25 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 8000 00 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 14147 55 Due from State banks and bankers 887 09v Due from approved reserve agents 83759 47 Checks and other cash items 301 05 Notes of other National Banks 6043 00 Fractional papr curren cy nickels and cents 150 00 Lawfulmoney reserve in bankviz Specie 21195 45 Ii3galtender notes 7500 00 G8695 45 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer five percent of circulation 2370 ob Total 542996 49 Liabilities Capital stock paid in 100000 00 Surnlus fund 20000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 25977 86 National Bank notes out standing 48500 00 Due to other National Banks 326 80 Due to State Banks and bankers 1559 68 Individual deposits sub ject to check A 340984 71 Certified checks 1000 00 Reserved for taxes 4647 44 r r Total 542996 49 State of Kentucky County of Clark- I A H Hampton Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is tree to the best of my knowledge and belief A H HAMPTON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th aay of February 1909 R 0 FITCH Notary Public VTy commission expires January 25th 1910tCorrect Attest W B WILLS r r M S MILLER vl JD SIMPSONe Directors The K ache awl TU kitehen zed of Chlsa to P r aap not riihthr M calla Ile has place over the cooking nags but h- Is the recording a r of tile ChI naso house aad it fa his duty to note the actions of each member of tH family aad rep rt them to the gotri t tMend orrerr iaoatlL Once a yartGO he goee to heaven in pew and tnakeis hlM anaual ripen Is ones a year the family proetrtethsetz selves before vhlm carry vhiM fa per laiHfoii aadJ5naHy burii Mm while t ksri arelredt rt t t TAFT RECEIVES 4 GREAT OVATION Makes Triumphal Trip Up Mississippi River TAIKS TO NE ROES TODAY Was Somewhat Worried When Informed by Wireless That Constitutionality of Making Knox a Cabinet Member Had Been Questioned but Action by Congress Relieved His Mind Will Be Guest st Banquet Given by Citizens Tonight New Orleans Febz President elect William H Taft landed here from Panama and was most enthusiastically received by the entire city whose guest he is to be until tomor row morning inIpres ent lock type of canal across the Isthmus of Panama He reviewed a parade of enthusiastic citizens miles in length and attended one of the carnival season balls that of the Elves of Oberon Mr Taft will today address the nagro population ard will spend several hours in automobiling and at night be the guest of honor at an elaborate banquet at which nearly 500 prominent citizens will pay 25 a plate to participate Tomorrow morn ing the presidentelect will go to CIn- cinnati from where on Monday he will leave for Washington returning again to Cincinnati Wednesday- Mr Taft received the first news of the constitutional question which has been raised against the appointment of Mr Knox to a cabinet position by wireless when he was apprised not only by press messages but by a dis patcfr giving the views of Senator KnoxThat he was somewhat disturbed over the situation was admitted but when he received the news of the dis position of congress to amend the cabinet salary law by making the pay at the secretary of state what it was before the recent increase he was in dined to take this as a happy solu tion of the difficulty Pending a con ference on the matter which will take place between Mr Taft and Sen ator Knox In Washington it is understood the presidentelect regards it as impolitic to discuss the question for publication With the return of Mr Taft to the country cabinet speculation became at once attractive No information Is to be given to the public however from the authoritative source Mr Taft said he should adhere to his previously announced plan of keeping silent and also keeping cabinet appointments open until the very last moment to provide against possible contingenciesOn from Panama Mr Taft made the first draft of his inaugural address This he iii tends to submit to certain friends in Washington on his forthcoming visit there next weekThe inability of the board of civil engineers to complete their report on the resolutions regarding which their advice has been asked regarding the Panama canal made the Washington visit planned by Mr Taft necessary The engineers will go at once to Washington to complete their work It may be stated that their report will be a complete approval of the present plans and methods on the isthmus They will not only recommend the construction of the Gatun dam but give it as their Judgment tnat the dam will be perfectly safe if built to a height of 115 instead of 135 feet thus saving expense in construction Mr Tafts entry into New Orleans was picturesque and thrilling He came up the hundred miles of the Mississippi from its mouth on the scout cruiser Birmingham at the rate of nearly 30 miles an hour breaking all records All the shipping in thQ river had on gala dress and as far as a dozen miles below the oity the big muddy stream was alive with tugs and sternwheelers having aboard crowds of shouting citizens The con cert of steam whistles brass bands and banks lined with saluting enthu siasts added to the scene A big sternwheeler carried the local recep tion committee eight miles below the city which with a dozen tugs and other passenger steamers hovered around the sleek orulser with her war paint as sfco slowed down and struck a sevenknot pace to keep in eompaay Ton tke fiyia bridge Mr Taft war 1Ieptsul7 waybis his cap and imiirerlat aJUtlona while Mra Taftwen the tuarterdeok had her share af the tvattoa Ar big red barge No 23 was brought alongside i aBaltthe VeteptiMi eiseMilteEs steamer- fr madnils ia halld the ilitlagnlahedi guest was atpOKce place at ita head in A car rlage drawm by feur hqrjes arid the line imach wh eh eorere nearly five latlei Ra takes Prerllbxtelect ami Mra Ttftfcrolw throufcfc ifaany oil traditions associated with this masked bills of tile car RiYal 14a8om twkHter were Hhe guests the MerryilCthiarch of the Elves of Obfrpfl at theqld Freriehr e pira house 2 2t o a real DS t r Pure and more than imaginary aw i for the kings of these balls have been brought about by the concealment of their identity errr since the days of the Creole grand isslmes and an en tirely new and very much unlooked for precedent was established by tho honor paid the presidentelect and Mrs Taft No sooner had the rule of the king and queen been established than they made their way surrounded by cour tiers to the hex of honor and escort ed the distinguished visitors to the stage where th9Y were asTced to share the throne Later Judge Taft danced with the queenand Mrs Taft thesameOFFICERS INDICTED Seven Held For Killing Two Men In Raid on Alleged Speakeasy Wayne W Va Feb 12 Wayne county grand jury returne- indictments for murder against all the deputy United States marshals and deputy sheriffs seven in number who last December made a raid in which William Vinson of this and Deputy Sheriff Joseph Litteral of Louisa Ky were killed and num her of others injured It had been alleged that Joseph Vinson had been engaged in the ille gal sale of liquor and had frequently defied arrest It was this that caused a posse of deputy United States marshals and other officers to make the raid on the home of William Vinson where it was believed Joseph Vinson was in hiding Turkey Faces Crisis Constantinople Feb 12The new government seems to be on the edge of a serious crisis as the result of the sudden removal of Osman Nizami Pasha minister of war and Arir Pa sha minister of marine who without any public explanation were replaced by Nazim Pasha and Husni Pasha respectively KNOX RELIEF BILL PASSES THE SENATE Is Expected To Meet No Opposition In House Washington Feb 12In the belief of the senate all constitutional ob jections to the appointment of Sena tor Knox as secretary of state in the cabinet of President Taft will be removed by the approval of the house to a bill reported from the committee on the judiciary by Senator Clark its chairman as a substitute for the Hale bill and passed by the senate In order that it might ot Wore the house of representatives as soon as it meets Monday it was passed with out debate many senators having left the chamber during the short execu tive session that was held believing there would be no more legislative business transacted- It appears to be the general impres sion in the house that when the bill reaches that body it will be referred to the committee on judiciary McCarty Was Ohioan Martins Ferry 0 Feb 12J F McCarty who killed his wife and then committed suicide at Denver Colo was a contactor at Martins Ferry and Mrs McCarty was prominent so cially He had brothers living in Wheeling and Martins Ferry and Mrs McCarty also had relatives in Wheeling and Steubenville The bodies will be brought here TOT burial Browder Given Death Santencc Russellville Ky Feb 12Tl1e jury in the case of Rufus Browder the negro charged with the murder of J S Cunningham last July re tu neda vrjrdict of guilty and he was sentenced to hang on April 16 next Charybdis Charybdis in Greek mythology Is a sea monster which three times a day sucks in the sea and discharges it in a whirlpool It was depicted as a maiden above but ending below in the body of a fish begirt with hideous dogs Opposite her was the other monster Scylla In later times they were placed in the Straits of Messina Scylla being identified with a projecting rock on the Italian side The recent earthquake is believed to have changed the position of the famous whirlpool vBu8inea Sagacity Here an article announced the sidewalk merchant vigorously which beats eggs with one end and peels po tatoea with the other end And it costa only five cents Whygents it coats meeiihfcenia to make it If it costs you eight cents to make it where does your profit come In whom you 11 it for live cents inquired a interested spectator Well you see replied the sidewalk merchant I sell so raaay of tker rT Illustrated Sundry Magazine 1 The Explanation Mr Digits missed his car last Thursday morning His threeyearold sin etrhlm rush excitedly about the feottte after hfs hat and gloves and lunch money tools it for kind of same and jbybiisiy Jtackled his fMherruroudd fhbankles Toatlaight JI ea thiags out required a xjua r erjof am non anl1 the parlor lamp wyijaever ailn be the thing of waarrNNark ktit It J1ciRS ct fh tS rtlst Jn Tkralr t 50 1 0 DIRECTORY Kentucky According to the last census Kentucky has a population of 2147174 The area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the construction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources for many yearsThe early Railroads were built from the East arid went over the mare level territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in thatdin reserve our almost inexhaustible utilities until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supply of timber is limited but there is enough to last for many years to comeWe have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square miles 6ther min erals await development Natural gas and oil in paying quantities a ne being developed in many localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky than inother States in pro portion to population Good people regardless of politics or religion are always welcome Clark County Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop erty including franchises 12004 870 Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has ex tensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across the countyChesapeake Ohio Louisville Nashville and Lexington Eastern Blue Grass is a natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and clover can be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain crops Tob cco is raised in Jarge quantities All fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profit The census of 1900 gave the popu lation at 16694 Circuit Court First Monday in April second Monday September first Monday in December J M Benton Judge B A Crutcher Attorney County Court Fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court Third Tuesday in each month County Officers J H Evans Judge- S A Jeffries Attorney Howard Hampton Sheriff Lee Evans Deputy John Bedford Deputy- J A Boone County Clerk Sam Powell Deputy Clerk W T Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenberry assessor C A Tanner School Superintend- W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer I Brinegar Coroner Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F F Goodpaster Seventh district Ben E Wills Winchester County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5964 The city has overlaped the corporate limits and now has a population of near ten thou sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Licking Rivers has water works elec tric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan C liege is located at Winchester The fire de thoIStateThe tax rate oh the hundred dollars is sixty cents for city and fifty cents for schools The C k 0 L N and L fcE railroads center at Winchester the geographical location and shipping facilities make the city a desirable Jo eation for factories New concerns are given five years exemption from taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasure in giving information Cit kfficers f j A Hughe fciybn 5B F H HagjjB fcornfty F P Pend Sdgc Riland D R oueetr klr J fi Reese ent CALL ON NELSONTheTransferManby your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Conkwright Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main Street Beth Phs WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY- M 80 H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND- DYEING A SPECIALTY X W for Main and F irt n- sHAcAN GAS AND OLINE Engines r I SIMPLEECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES SAGAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG CO INCORPORATED WINOHOSTBR KY DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cashli THE ark County National Bank M1tIN STREET tlnehezterr r Ret Crathcy Capital 00000Surplus 91OOOOO Undivided Prottt38000 osroreanlicd 1666 being the oldest Bank in ibeolt Collections made on all points and your ao coants oiiclted PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEISON Mtorney At Law 60 S tfain WinchesteriKy 1INDLETOrt H B JSI Attorneys At Law ur S Main St Winches v kv Iitid w SEE GILBERT BOTTO Fresh jjMeatsF- ish Vegetables Country Product BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE LOCK 14 GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with s nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan WinchesterKy p Cor Broadway and HitfhknTd Police tf 4 Chief Mai Tarpy DeputiesCarral Azbill Albert Tanner John Ballard JRrstWJEV Hackett AvSecond VfiThiriFourth wardJD Jones J Fifth wardh D OfcGttUnm i SO Dinelli 4 fj Board of Education G W Strother President C H Rees Secretary HW Scrivener Treasurer Harry E tont J 3 Cornetf W A Adams J K Allan i JaMa Hula Lena Bruce 11 rN RToster J Fire Departmeiit111 jr- JiK Baldwin Chief tC iJno W Hrdinif Secretary y NII WitirtITr I a 1 yri yyii lNlo J it H WtNcfE ftN WS f l n 0oo Pa iLthcoLN DAY AT HIS BIRTHPLACE Kentucky Farm Scene of Celebration FridayPresident De livers Address Hodgenville Ky Feb 12At Amer icas Bethlehem near this town where her savior was born iOQ years ago the nation paid tribute today to the mem ory of Abraham Lincoln Eloquent speakers extolled his fame and on the spot where stands the cabin In which ie first saw the light the cornerstone of the Lincoln memorial was laid principal figure at the laying of TheI cornerstone was President Rl who delivered the main address The services at the Lincoln farm were held under the auspices of the Lincoln Farm association which has labored long and assiduously in the effort now crowned with success to mark worthily the scene of Lincolns 4 birth The association was represent ed by its president former Governor THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL Joseph W Folk of Missouri its indefatigable secretary Richard Lloyd Jones who had active charge of the arrangements for todays ceremonies and other officers and members Man Who Saved rCabin Present A prominent figure in the crowd of distinguished men at the ceremonies was Robert J Collier of New York to whom the country owes the preserva tion of the cabin in which the great Liberator was born In 1860 the cabin was removed from its original site to Ianother a mile and a half distant near Davenport There It served as a spring house until the early eighties when it was bought by an enterprising show man and carted around the country to serve as an attraction at worlds fairs and elsewhere From this ignominious fate it was rescued by Mr Collier The outgrowth of his efforts to preserve it as a perpetual memorial for the nation vas the Lincoln Farm association whose labors will take concrete form in the marble memorial which will be built around and over the shack in which Lincoln was born Acting as escort for President Roose velt and lending a very picturesque touch to the occasion were the mem bers of the Louisville post of the Grand Army of the Republic and the mem bers of the Louisville camp of the United Confederate Veterans The mingling of the blue and the gray on th s occasion elicited from President Kosevelt many expressions of delight The Men Who Spoke The exercises at the Lincoln farm began at noon The opening address was delivered by exGovernor Folk who spoke on 4The Lincoln Farm As sociation He was followed by Gov ernor Willson whose theme was Lin PresiJdentwas received with earnest attention and at its close with great applause The presidents suc cessor as orator was Secretary Wright who spoke for The Confederate Vet eran Last on the list of speakers was General James Grant Wilson the well known writer and orator who spoke for The Federal Veteran The laying of the cornerstone followed the ad dressesPresident Roosevelt spoke as follows 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 of one of the greatest men in the worlds history This rail splitter this boy 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 nation emerged purified as by fire born anew to a loftier life After ionr years of iron effort and of failure that came more often than victory he at last rose to the leadership of the republic at the moment when that leader ship had become the stupendous world task of the time He grew to know reauiess but never ease Success came to him but never happiness save that which springs from doing well a tpainful and a vitaltask Power was his but not pleasure The furrows deepened on his brow but his eyes were undimmed by either hate or fear His gaunt shoulders were bowed but his steel thews never faltered as he bore for a burden the destinies of his pIe His great and tender heart ajdE irpin vii pain and the task t AVTZCG Him was to pour out like wa ter the lifeblood of the young men and to feel in his every fiber the sor row of the women Disaster saddened but never dismayed him Triumph was his at the last and barely had he tast ed it before murder found him and the werec1Lincoln and Washington As a people we are indeed beyond measure fortunate in the characters df the two greatest of our public men Washington and Lincoln They were alike jn essentialsthey were alike in the great qualities which rendered each able to render service to his nation and to all mankind such as no other man of his generation could or did render There have been other men as great and other men as good but in all the history of mankind there are no other two great men as good as these no other two good men as great todaydiffertion to Washington when he founded this nation to Lincoln when he saved It and freed the slave yet the qualities problemstodayLincolnprophetic Imagination usually vouch safed only to the poet and the seer He bctf In him all the lift toward greatness of the visionary without any of the visionarys fanatic m or egotism without any of the ision arys narrow jealousy of the practical man and inability to strive in prac tical fashion for the realization of an ideal No more practical man ever liv ed than this homely backwoods Ideal- Ist but he had nothing in common with those practical men whose consciences are warped until they fail to distinguish between good and evil fail to understand that strength ability shrewdness whether in the world of business or of politics only serve to make their possessor a more noxious a more evil member of the communi ty if they are not guided and con trolled by a fine and high moral sense Lincolns Qualities Needed Now We of this day must try to solve many social and Industrial problems requiring to an especial degree the combination of indomitable resolution with cool headed sanity We can profit by the way in which Lincoln used both these traits as he strove for reform We can learn much of value from the very attacks which following that course brought upon his head attacks alike by the ext of revolution and by the extremists of reaction He never wavered In devotion to his prin ciples in his love for the Union and in his abhorrence of slavery Timid and lukewarm people were always denounc ing him because he was too extreme but as a matter of fact he never went to extremesYet the most wonderful thing of all and from the standpoint of the America of today and of the future the most vitally important was the extraordinary way In which Lin coln could fight valiantly against what he deemed wrong and yet preserve undIminished his love and respect for the brother from whom he differed In the hour of a triumph that would have turned any weaker strugglewldreadful vindictiveness be said truth fully that so long as he had been in his office he had never willingly plant ed a thorn in any mans bosom and besought his supporters to study the incidents of the trial through which they were passing as philosophy from which to learn wisdom and not as wrongs to be avenged ending with the solemn exhortation that as the strife was over all should reunite In a common effort to save their common country Mightiest of Americans He lived In days that were great and terrible when brother fought against brother for what each sincere ly deemed to be the right in a con test so grim the strong men who alone can carry it through are rarely able to do justice to the deep convictions of those with whom they grapple in mor tal strife Q t such times men see through a glass darkly To only the rarest and loftiest spirits is vouch safed that clear vision which gradually comes to all even to the lesser as the struggle fades into distance and wounds are forgotten and peace creeps back to the hearts that were hurt But to Lincoln was given this supreme vi sion He did not hate the man from whom he differed Weakness was as foreign as wickedness to his strong gentle nature But his courage was of a quality so high that it needed no bolstering of dark passion He saw clearlyI that the same high qualities the same courage and willingness for self sacrifice and devotion to the right as It was given them to see the right belonged both to the men of the north and to the men of the south As the years roll by and as all of us wher ever we dwell grow to feel an equal pride In the valor and self devotion f alike of the men who wore the blue and the men who wpre the gray so this whole nation will grow to feel a peculiar sense of pride in the mightiest of the mighty men who mastered the mighty days the lover of his country and of nil mankind the man whose blood was shed for the union of his people and for thefreedom of a race Abraham Lincoln Had True Savor of the Sea At a service of thanksgiving for the harvest of the sea at Port Isaac church Cornwall the walls from end to end were draped with fishing nets while lobster pots and packing barrels occupied the window spaces r TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT REPEAL BILL PASSES Indiana House Provides For Incorporated Town and City Ward Option Indianapolis Ind Feb 12The ProctorTomlinson county local option repeal bill was passed by the In diana nouso of representatives by a vote of 52 to 44 The Kleckner bill substituting township and ward local option for county option andunder stood to be the Democratic platform measure failed to passfor lack of a constitutional majority of 51 The fvote on this bill was 48 to 47 The ProctorTomlinson bill provides f r incorporated town and city ward prohibitionlows but one saloon to 500 inhabit ownsitheir agents iis bill increases the present license according to the classI of city Unemployed Lobby on Hand Columbus 0 Feb 12Jefferson- C Davis president of the unemployed mens organization of Cincinnati Robert W Gillespie and Mrs Rickett Snell the latter representing the unemIployed with reference to the inauguration of a statewide movement to provideI work for the unemployed cities SCULPTOR DESTROYS STATUE IN CHURCH Was Enraged Because Asked to Make Change in Figure Marietta 0 Feb 12A case recalling and in a way parallel to that of G Borglum the famous sculptor who destroyed sculpture tnat was the work of years just as he had finished it because he was asked to make some alterations has occurred here and a Cincinnati sculptor Oscar Mundhenk is involved After prac tically completing a beautiful piece of sculpture typifying the ascension only a few minor details remaining to be done Mundhenk it is claimed entered St Marys church a large Catholic church in this city and destroyed the work of art that his genius had created Stories vary as to the cause of the destruction of the work Father Woesman pastor of the church claims that Mundhenk had received almost all of the agreed price for the work and that he was asked to make a few slight changes in the figure which was directly over the altar A warrant for the arrest of Mund henk charging willful and malicious destruction of property was issued MAC BERRYS DEB l1TE College Students to Witness Instruc tors First Scr p Tonight New York Feb 12When Jim MacSherry the local middleweight steps into the ring of the National A C tonight to fight Sailor Burke for ten rounds he will be given a great ovation by students of Yale and Cor nell who will gather to see his first professional bout MacSherry was boxing instructor at Yale for three years and then went to Cornell in the same capacity This will be his first appearance In a real battle and his collegiate friends will root hard for him Burke his opponent is In fine fettle for the contest and a good scrap is expected BRYAN ENJOYS JOKE Sheriff Misunderstands Message and Orders Nebraskan Held Montgomery Ala Feb 12W J Bryan arriving here unexpectedly had a man telephone his friend Sher iff Hood that he was there but the sheriff not quite catching the name and thinking it was some criminal he had been trying to catch told the man to hang on to Bryan until he could get there and effect his arrest The joke was enjoyed by Bryan and Hood very much when they event ually met Merger Hearing Adjourns Cincinnati 0 Feb 12After a routine session in order to have added to the records of the case certain desired excerpts from testimony giv en in the Harriman case before the interstate commerce commission Special Examiner Sylvester G Williams adjourned his court of inquiry to meet at Cleveland tomorrow to hear witnesses that have been summoned there Spanish Coast StormRavaged Madrid Feb 12A violent storm is raging along the eastern coast of Spain In Valencia harbor several vessels came into collision and a fisherman was wrecked three of the crew perishing THE MEAT Of FT William Jewell College Liberty Mo is closed by an epidemic of smallpoxWilliam Brunt Sr 78 a pioneer pottery manufacturer ia dead at his home in East Liverpool O Oscar Brbsloen German aeronaut has accomplished the feat fcroiiinf the Alps in a balloon King Alfonso of Spain has started on a visit to the King of Portugal il r n d Backnans Famous Troupe f OF1-I IIAL1ii 0 Trained Wild Animals The Largest and Best Educational Exhibition Traveling SIX FIRST CLASS ARTISTS =TWENTY PERFORMING WILD ANIMALS Two CarloadsofParaphernalia Every 47isito7rfiReeeives a Free Souvenir of the Glass Blowers Handiwork Open From 2 to 5 and 7 to 930 Admission Adults T 25cChiIreA lOcI I jAtJDITOHIiJMRINK ALL WEEK Commencing Monday Beautifying the Railways In the west there is a growing appre elation of the movement to beautify the steel highways a movement now in popular favor and under full swing on the Atlantic coast Both steam and electric lines in Los Angeles are each year giving the matter more time and attention It is a highly contagious work for stimulates both towns and rural districts to clean up and plant streets and highways as well as to 1m4 prove private places We shall yet see the day when all railway embank ments will be permanently planted with suitable shrubbery Ballad of Sleepy Bill In Sleepy villo dwelt Sleepy Bill Who kept a sleepy store A place was It to lounge or sit And snore and snore and snore And sometimes came to play a game Of checkers three or four But seldom there a lady fair A bargain came to buy For womens togs In catalogues Quite often caught the eye So things for sale they bought by mall At prices low or high In town one day appeared a gay And lively youth who quoth Why sit and snore nd let your store Run down Upon my oath Lemme run things and make by jlngs A fortune for us both Bill sadO K and dozed away But Mr Lively sized Things up at once he was no dunce And went and advertised Such bargains rare Bill had em there The public was surprised The buyers cameyoung girl and dame And youth And man and child There was a rush a real crush In fact to put It mild All Sleep ille woke up until The rush was almost wild i And Bill awoke and even spoke He said Im feelln sore I never thought folks would have foug tCstoreI fads v Ill advertise some more T SAPP JR Mistake Some Men Makev A good many men think kicking when it is necessary to put on evening clothes is a sign orgenius y t Sufecrito For TfctFawt Feb 15th JOLETFS INSURANCE AGENCY will on February 17th pa7l500tQ th person who first stipples the greatest number of the missin words in the adVertisementgiven below Mail the slip with the missing words inserted to Puzzle Department Winchester News You may have as many trials as you have slips Slips will be printed each Tuesday Thursday and Saturday until February i5th The Editor of packageandFill blank and mail to Puzzle Department Winchester News It willworth for to fiill these but a policy of inofAgency will bs every it for fV JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY i Name x P O Address X Received M 1909 Something to Crow Over WINCHESTER ROLIER HILLS The oldest and best institution lit the county is tha Winchester Rolls Mills Why not ise hoaia Jomr t ie best mde gel iI r MSfl fowl WJ toPeariflonr hu no nal- r r in yoar live stock if you fatten thea with our choice feed and gram Every meal you feed then will show an im proyement It doesnt cost you anything i to prove or disprove thiBlstatemeat Just give us yournext erderand watcfc the result Yon ll not have to pay WI Vc any more than you are paying now s jXv J 8i Martin Coal and Supply ti 9 t h For safe protection afinst ire tetr iaelin9are your property CAS iP BEDIMED c it for Coatiaaitfia- IxwranoaCom4 pllIY IJ 1274wa WaS f I r I 7 m L- T7 7 z f I I I1aqc rOUr x i- c THEWINCHESTEREWSk TIE WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper t Published by I The Winchester News Co Incorporated x Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Suncay Entered as secondclass matter Jfcrwnber 284 1908 at the postoffice t Winchester Kentucky under the feat ot March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily fcne year52OJNs eek- Payable 10 at office or to collector pMry week Mail Delivery f M year 30Q t months 150 WH month 25 Payable in advance T ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch DM time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 iDnt week continuously 100- 0ae calendar month 300 four weeks four times a week 240 Fonr weeks three times a week L80 four weeks two times a week 120 3Fo r weeks onetime a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per 9aat 6 mouths 25 per cent one yaar 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line osdness notices body type 7c3Pare reading news headings 15o New Phone No 91 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1909 I PRIMARY EXPENDITURES The official statement of Unit d States Senator Isaac Stephenson of Wisconsin showing that the expenses of his candidacy for the nomination of United States Senator at the primary election amounted to over 107000 ought to be enough to secure his defeat There should be a law passed an every State forbidding any such expenditures at any primary or other election by mi individual candidate The Senate of the United States las long been known as the million airs club Under tHV elgislative system of election for many years only rich men with a few notable exceptions were returned to the Sea ate It seemed as if a poor man or a man of moderate means no matter what his ability had little chance of securing a seat in that august body It was this tact that was a potent factor in promoting the agitation to Amend the constitution to allow a Senator t lJopularrvote Th best men of the country felt that the system which promoted the choice of the rich alone was de structive of our institutions It has btkn found almost impossible to amend the constitution And with the adaptability of the American mind an indirect way of bringing about the result was evolved that of primaries to choose tlie candidates Some such Way will finally prevail in all the States Oregon has gone so far as to allow a legislator to pledge himself to vote for the candidate Chosen by popular vote no matter what his political faith may be The Oregon legislators although Repubj lican by a large majority have just sent Gov Chamberlain to the Senate because he received a majority of the popular vote although lie was a Dem Ocrat The system will finally work out just as the electoral c6lejre has in the 4 election of a President By the letter of the constitution the electoral College was supposed to have been chosen by the several States asa de 1iberative bodY to select the best man for President The first few Presidents t were chosen in this way But today the electors simply register the popular choice So in tune tie State 0 legislators will simply register what iha people bf the State decide pBLtif flue primaries are allowed to sngleIit istime that a hait be called As jt matter pf fact a Irlaiyshould Itfe under control of the State and t the expenses should be paid by the t State jut as in a regular election 4 OO1th protection of the election laws should be afforded and lairnessJukr Il t 4i i iS r1 y tI I ii Tv anteed to alh A corrupt practices act should be passed limiting the expenditures for the several offices Iso that poor and rich alike should have an equal chance to7 be chosen as representa tives of the people Such is the law in Great Britain governing the choice of members of Parliament and sin lar laws are no won the statute books of eeralof the States Practically no complaints fcor rupt expenditures are heard in En gland A defeated candidate there can cause an investigation before a court The result is that all are careful and the old corruption las been nearly done away with Kentucky is cursredwith too much politics No sooner is a man chosen for office than he must begin a can vass for renomination Take the local fight in Clark county More than a year before the election the Candidates were in the fieftl for the county offices And in the State in the BecldiamMcCreary fight for the Senate the primary was held two f years before there was to be a va jttcancy r iV well regulated Stat primary law fixing the times for nominations reinforced with a I thorough corrupt practices act would go far to do away with tgo much i3orliti- csANEWSPAPERAD v v i irA merchant in one of the large eastern cities says oh advertisers magazine composed a circular letter recently that looked to him like a tradewinner He mailed 20000 cop of it to a select list of names at lies expense of 580 The net profit on the resulting orders was 2780 He showed the lett rnd the results to an acquaintance in another line of business who porsauded him to print the same letjer word for word in aocal newspaper The nowspa Derad cost 124 The profits on tire sales directly attributed to it within three days were 96250 with mail orders still coming in at tIle end of that time What is the moral There are several The most obvious moral is that the daily newspaper carries business announcements at a lunch cheaper rate sand with much greater certainty of effective delivery hWUnele Sam The Lesser Evil Thecolored boy employed ya New York lady was named Lycurgus Jones Lycurgus is a rather long name she said to him suppose I call you Gus for short Ah doesnt like nick names he replied If you doesnt like Lycurgus you kin call me JonQsey She calls him Lycurgus ANNOUNCEMENTS For Mayor We are authorized to announce J A HUGHES- as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce H T STROTHER- as a candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W 0 HOSKINS- as a candidate for Mayor subjectto the action of the Democratic party For City Judge We are authorized to announce JUDGE F P PENDLETON as a candidate for City Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce WOODSON MCORD as a candidate for Chief of 1lice subject to the action of the Democratic party We aic authorized to announce iW RUPARD J as a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party City Collector- We are authorized to announce HARRYW SCRIVENER as a candidate for CitY Gellector of Winchester bje to fthe action ot the XemQcraUc parry t ZJ i ft L J 4clJfJt r O 11 INCORPORATEDS IL1 =II Ij It Jill DID NOT LAST LONG Jim McSherry Knocked Out In the First Round New York Feb 13James Mc Sherry former boxing instructor at Yale university made his profession al debut in the prize ring in WhatWas scheduled to have been a tenround bout with Sailor Eurlie a light heavy weight McSherry was knocked out in the first round and his condition has caused considerable alarm Both men exchanged body blows then tbo bell rang and Burke quickly crossed his right dropping McSherry to the floor McSherry rose at the count of seven and was then knocked out with a left hook to the jaw He was un conscious some time The bout took place in the arena of the National Athletic club McSherry had to be carried from the ring and helped to the gymnasium where hew s revived after medical ai- dDiacLaws For Women CohiQ Feb 13At a meet lug call cI t nsider proposed leg islacmafTectingr women held at the Nefi House by representative Colum bus W bm and men interested in reform measures it was decided that a substitute bill should be prepared to present at the coming sussUm in lieu of heone introduced by Repre sentative Calvey of Cuyahoga county afiJ1Jillntereformatory planned after model ones In Blvtfoid N J and SherboiirneMnss A om mittee of women was named to con fer with RepresentativftyCalyy liec retary Shirer of the state boird of charities and Judge SamuelLe Black and prepare a substitute bill STATE AGAIN PRO f5rs j Attorneys Charge Two Cooper Jurymen Are Incompetent Nashville Tenn Feb 13 Hftnlly had the jury been coarleted in tho C8se against Colonel Duncan Cooper Robin J Cooper and John D Sharp than the state served notice that ii might seek to again deplete the box William Hows a German farmer 55 years of age was the twelfth juror accepted Judge Hart ordered the jury into court to be sworn Then it was that Attprney General McCarn interposed He said he had information tending to shQw that two of the men now in the box were incompetent This information he explained came too late to use before Celebrate Formation of Alliance Tokyo Feb 13At the official resi dence of Count Komura there occur red the annual dinner celebration of the formation of the AngloJapanese alliance There was a brilliant as semblage including all the prominent British residents of TokYQ officials of the foreign officers and other government devartments and Premier Katsura In his address COUIt fi mura dwelt particularly upon Japa nese appreciation ot the benefits derived from the alliance between the two countries Sir Claude MacDon aid the British ambassador leplied in terms equally felicitous Japanese Pleased Tokyo Feb 13Lengthy cables conveying news of the rejection of antiJapanese legislation by the Call foinia legislature have been received here with intense satisfaction in official and business circles and publica tion qf7this information together with expressions of favorable opinion dv President Roosevelt and the governors of several states has greatly improved the situation Resolutions adopted y the New York legislature and other parts of the United States were received with similar appreciation CREDITORS Will LOSE Recelver Says Lamprecht Liabilities Greatly In Excess of Assets Cleveland 0 Feb 13 Receiver Bushnell stated that in his opinIon the liabilities of Lamprecht Brothers Company would reach approximately 1250OOQ The assets he said would fall far below this amount and as a result the customers of the house would doubtless suffer heavy loss All the banks are fully secured said Mr Bushnejl and they will not lose a dollar It is not as if the assets were to fi equally distributed r yeardI i l tS i J SS J a i lereareMaByNewBuildinys being erected in Winchester and we are supplying the lumber for the best of them We defy corn petition on our estimates and prices on the same quality of lumber laths shingles doors and sashes that we give you We furnish you with superior kilndried lumber in any quantity desired which we will deliver promptly to your order S1iIIL CHURCHES H First Presbyterian Church Rev Wra Cumming the pastor will preachat 11 a m and 7 p m Morning tliemeThie Sovereignty of GodSEvenin rWorldIy Wisdom Bi ble School at 945 am- A cordial welcome to all services Cumberland Presbyterian- Rev C E Craltou has fully re covered from his recent illness and will prea hat the Cumberland Presbyterian church on Washington street Sunday morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 7 oclock SBaptist Church There will be no services at the Baptist church Sunday owing to the fact that there are being some re pairing done to the furnace- Would Purchase Mexican Land Phoenix Ariz Feb 13A bill was introduced in the Arizona legislature asking the United States to purchase Yumainfrom Mexico and annex it to ArizonaI in order to settle the ofltheMorse Is Denied Bail New York Feb 13 Charles W Morse the financier will not le ad mitted to bail pending a hearing on lila appeal from his conviction of vio lating the national banking laws the United States court of appeals haying denied his application therefor THE MATOIIJ ITwepty additional cases of small pox haye appeared at William Jewell college Liberty Mo girls had narrow escapes IForty injury in a fre whit started in the laundry department of the Morris packing plant Kansas City MoIKing Edward and Queen AI xandrI started for England Montanas antipool bill is now up to the governor CARSERVICE QUESTION FRANKFORT Ivy Feb lBThe Kentucky Railroad Commissign will soon take up the car service question which is becoming quite an im portant one over the entire State At a meeting recently held in Louisville was announced by Chairman Siler lit notice would be given in order till might be heard serviceIthree months deliberation by the commission but the trend of events necIessary to look forward to a revision of the present rules as it is now complained that several arbitrary feat tures exist under present rules fav oring railroad companies When the matter was adjusted before every railroad company in the State was represented and the record when severalIpages typewritten matter ComImissioner Commission formulate a set of rules modeled after States like Indiana and adImission if not satisfied and be heard It is thought however that the same manner of proceeding will be had as was had when rules were last adjusted NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY Charles C Jackson has just purchased the entire stock and negatives Qf G H Gibson and has installed one of the best ground floor photograph galleries in Winchester in the Jack Reed building on the west side ojf N Main street He also enlarges portraits and makes frames Mr Jackson would be glad to have all his friends call of anyone de siringwbrkdn his liDe1 212r3t 14 I 110Alterations Your repairing enoughas can satisfaction III LHAVE ITfThere is need apology or excuse to outof town to get anything in- Vho=El ECTRIC SUPPLY LINE Ui You How and Why THE TUNGSTEN LAMP i will divide the and double the efficiency IWe are the Downtown Agents for 4 5THE WINCHESTER RAILWAY AND ICE CO I We do their repairing and sell and exchange We do wiring do well install Motors Kvan i Bells etc Character of Fixtures and Suppliest Repair WorK Our Long Suit I Winchester Electric Supply Citizens National Bank l up Capital 100000 Surplus 542000 1 t 3S WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Lt t you cot1rte us treatment attend promptly carefully to all business entrusted to us D Simpson Pres jJ T F Phillips V Pres CLAY CITY Mrs John Dugan Pennsylvania was the gjiest at the Red River Ho tel Wednesday night Polly tiiefbright little daughter of Mr and Mrs YoR Locknane of Winchester is with her cousin Mrs W N Bush attending school and studying music under Miss Patsy Bush A jIr Bohm of Harrodsburg and Hr Clay Ellcins of Winchester were the guests at the Red River Hotel Tuesday Misses Myrtle and Stella Woosley of Hardwick Crjeek spent the day with Mr and Mrs John Garr Miss Flora Wilson left last week for Richmond where she will attend school Miss Clara Darby of is visiting Mr and Mrs Harvey Carr Mr J T Prentiss an l11r Grant Berry of Lexington were the guests at the Red River Hotel the first of the week Mr W N Bush who is traveling in the interest ofa Chicago firm is at home spend a few days with his family before starting on another tripSAir Welch of Stanton was in the city FridaySSMiss Halcyon Parrish and Mr Carpenter of Winchester spent Sun day and Monday with qr and Mrs R K Bush Mr H K Taylor of Kentucky Wesleyan College was in this city last Sunday Mrs A T Whitt returned with Mrs G E Whitt to her home in Morehead for a short visit STAHTON i Mrs J H Hardwick visited at Winchester a few davs the past week Grover Anderson and family haveS moved to Thompsons Station Clark county to reside Mrs Fred R Blackburn is visiting relatives in Clark county this week C F Spencer attorney cf Win chester was here Monday looking after his large practice Stanton citizen I TRY A NEWS jADVERTISEMENT 5 H 04 1 r on or on it requires just a r carefully selected lumber as new work Dont use any good i some people call the cheapest grade of lumber they I get for it isnt economy to do iL Choose superior lumber that will give in the long run from us v W J no go l Let Show cost LIGHT lamps and it We fAll Co to Kerr Blo 3 I10 N Maine t t Paid SWill givre and and Ashland Wm WANT A H Hampton Cashier IrJ W Poynter Asst Cashier SHOE ECONOMY We are for shoe economy new and old Let us fit the old ones now and have your measure tak en for the future also SAMPLE SHOE STORE4 r 24 N i 1f MOVING PICTURES There will be 3000 feet of the best 1 moving pictures yet seen at the Opera 4House II At Saturday night Man ager Dinelli has arranged to make this a regular thing Saturdays Adinis sion 10 cents 2103t fiI pTom1View j on4himand Hathaway building fI r MAN HASA RIGHT fi i A STO DEFEND HIS HOME FRANKFORT Ky Feb IS JThJ right ofa man to defend his homlaL against the assaults and abuses of others was made clear by the Eeni 1 tucky Court of Appeals Thursday inS reversing the judgnient of the Lee circuit court in the case of Daniel Boone Wntson Jr against the Com 7 mohyealth iJf EoonejH r Vtocharge of manslaughter Three witx r nesses testified to the insults and at 12 tThepreponderance of testimony favorsVr Watson and that if he had not taken v steps to pfotect his wife and daughter v the would not have been worthy of fhe f name of husband or father i iHorace Greely once said To ne Z glect to advertise is like resolving 9 never to travel by steam or eommun icate by telegraph ADd if Greeley I were ahe topay he would travel bY r electricity and communicate by wire W less 4r4 JTRY A NEWS WANT N f ri ADVERTEMEWre 1 r i i f TS 41tTftr tI i 0I IfJ I NEWScTHEWINCHESTrI 4Pau Nvt I I F30 IETyrJ J The Cooking Club will have its rmeethgyith Miss KathleenEarpon Saturday j U a The Literary and Social Club will have another of its interesting meet ings with Miss Anna Mae Hisle on SaturdayiafternGon The Little Colonel Readers will meet with Miss Emma Thomson on Saturday o Skating Party Notwithstanding the rain and al iogethei disagreeable evening the Daughters of the American RevQ lution and a most delightful skating party The moot unique part of it was the fortune tellei the real live sure enough Fortune teller wno told the boys and girls fortunes things which have really happened and looked into their palms and told things which will happen in the fu ture The most laughable thing of the evening was the opening of the ppstb1 and d istribution of the Valentines StevensonPharis Mr Henry IL Stevenson and 41iss Alma Pharis were quietly married on February llrby Eld James W Haril ng at his home Both are quite popular young peo ple and we join a host of friends inongratulations and best wishes t Fortytwo Miss Sallie B Allen entertained a few friends Thursday evening at Fortytwo at her home on Col lege street in her inimitable way The games were indulged in until a late hour when a most refreshing meat luncheon was served with coffee at the small tables attractive in tfoflir appointments Miss Allens guests for the eve ning were Mr Tom Barrow Mr Levi Gdff MJ and Mrs Tom Bradley Mr and Mrs J L Waller Mr and Mrs James W McClure Mr and Mrs Jack McCord Mr and Mrs J Rhodes Viley Mr and Mrs J Harry Allen Mrs James W Ballard of Austerlitz Misses lizabeth Skillman Edna and Lucy Browning Reid and Frances gard Mrs Steele and Mr Stockde1l1- AJlen S Music Recital Mrs Flora Sugbart and prpils assisted by Miss Porter accompan tgave a delightful recital at the home of Mrs Bruce Duty on south Maple street on Friday af tecitoon Mrs Hughart has studied under the finet aists of America aad she possesses a roice of rare culture and beauty iSer pupils show great improvement and splendid training iY1wasI Live send Love Thee Caocpana j Misses Duty A May Morniig Denza Miss Ruth Tucker 0 Dry Those Tears Terefcs IBdl- Reigjo Miss LourierPiano SoloDloiaiseChnS- ing 011D I1zllJl hiss Mary L Dutyja The Rose 5a the Garden Keid linger tb I Once Bail si Sweet Lit b fldll1 j Dear Kevin I c Sing Smile Slumber Gonaod d The Binth f Morn Leona e Mighty Like ia Rose Nevin if Love n SptinmeArdittL Mrs Harghart Frozen panch and wafers were served Mrs Hugharfcs guests for the afternoon were Mesdames Ernest Bean William R Thomas faQ Beese Charles Rees Lee Evarw Green Garrett Ed Jouett William P French Phillio WJnn George Hot Carrie Buckner and guest Hrs Janes Adams A B Baldwin Do you Need 1 WHY NOT rCI1BOWNE T I I rST i H H Wheeler James Pickrell H H Phillips John X3 Johns Park er Dudley O E Gibbeus J J Porter A HSyrripson Misses Susan Buckner Sara Beverly Jouett Bonnie Gibbens Ethel Thomas Cora Baldwin Mamie Tucker Evelyn Price aLd Owen Port e PERSONALS Mrs Carrie Hanson of Lexing ton is the guest pI Mrs W R Thnmas Mrs I A Shirleyhas returned from an extended visit to her daughter Mrs Massie Johnson of South Carolina Mrs J W Mallard of Aueteilitz is the guest of friends for a few days Judge ES Jouett is in Louisville onprofessonal business Dr and Mrs I A Shirley were called to Mt Sterling Fri ay by the death of Mrs Laura Shirley Mr Chester Reese left for Lexington Friday Mrs J Rhodes Yiley left Friday afternoon for a few days visit toI Lexington S Mrs John QRearsailp today for Panama where she will meet her husband Mr and Mrs J W Poynter have returned from Cincinnati Mrs Jeff Sutherland continues quiteill Mrs Thomas Pickells of Urbana Ill is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs T C Robinson Hon JlI Stevenson is out after an illness of tonsilitis GOVERNOR WILLSON TO PITCH FIRST BALL Frankfort Players and Fans Prepare For Greatest Opening of Sea HistoryJ FRANKFORT Ky Feb 13 When the Blue Grass League season is opened in this city on April 30 Governor Willson will pitch the first ballacross the plate and the game will be preceded by a monster parade in which the Governor and the State officials will participate At least that is the plan now and it is believed that there will be no difficulty in arranging it as the Governor takes an interest in baseball and all kindred sports Richmond the oHtime opposingIplayed before the largest crow which has ever attended a basebal gene in this city The pennant which Frankfort iron last seasOIl will be unfurled from c tall pole in the field and it will be this flag which will be the prize to the team which finishes the season it the read The pennant belongs to Frnk fort by virtue of her winning last season When flip season opens this year President Hammond off the Blue Grass League will bclwse oni She first re fanning to ihsve a jFralkfort than last year vlrenj a runaway race fir tthe pennant never facing out of tba lead for more than a day New jsrTayers 1ilre being signroS and the el1las been put on a slid financial tCokoiing1 by the orgamzalfion of a stoli eomj pany MERCHAUT IS BANKROTHL MT STERL1MJ Ky Feb 1111i L Kelly a jprweninent mereTuinl atj Cannel City Morgan county has 1iled a petition in baxlkruptcy His iabll ifies are given lift 4557 ami assets at about l3otY0 consisting fStOI and merchandisa accounts cite AOTHER nEW BANK FOR BOURBON COUNTY PARIS Ky Fib 13 TlieShaw han Deposit Bank a new Bourbon couNty financial Iiwfitution capitattz ed at 15000 yesl rliy filed areles of incorporation in the office of file CounW Clerk Cannot finish up work on StodsSard Lectures this weck Another chajnee to secure them in the next few days Treat yourself to these travels while you may 2131L zJDo 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 take advantage of our ivoice sale and get them jIt at a liberal discount and Green Trading Stamps I thrown in mi Jew l r and Optician t RURAL GUARDS OPENLY REVOLT Object toJoiniiig Regular Army of Cuba MAKE DASfr FOR BALACEj Are Quickly Repulsed by Police Armed With Revolvers Trouble Started When Attempt Was Made to Transfer Them to Cabanas Forttress In Accordance With of Governor MagoonQuickly Suba mit When Army Officers Explaing Havana Feb 1 Mutiny broke out v among a company of the rural guards just as the men were about to em bark in launches to be transported across the harbor to Cabanas fortress When the men learned theyo were tobe transferred from the rural guard to the permanent army in ac cordance with a decree issued by b Governor Magoon authorizing the transfer of one battalion they re fused to embark and led by a subraltern officer rushed to the They entered the courtyard and demanded an immediate audience of President Gomez Some attempted to ascend the stair way to the presidential apartments but the way was barred by the police guard armed with revolvers The mutineers being unarmed thereupon retreated but they remained in the courtyard shouting that they refused to submit to the transfer and demanded to be returned to their homes in Matanzas and Santa Clara whencet they had come to participate inaugural ceremonies For a time there was great excite ment around the palace precincts and General Pino Guerra commander Rf the permanent army and General Monteagude commander of the rural guard were summoned They succeeded eventually in restoring order and in persuading the men to submit The men were then sent under an armed escort to Cabanas s I 11 TO AMEND ROAD LAW ICommissIoners Columbus 0 Feb ThAt the opening of the session of the legisla i ture on Tuesday next a bill will be presented at the request of the state highway commission taking away from county commissioners the right to designato the roads ina county upon which money furnished by the lstate for improvement shall be ex and placing this entirely within the authority of the highway commissionerThe plan for the expend iture of this money in some of the counties has resulted in commissioners being able to have the roads in improvedlroa s more in need of repair were left un touched England Jolrre In Celebration London Feb jThe Lincoln eel irations in England began at Roch dale Lancashire A big meeting was held in the town hall and presided over by the mayor at which John L Griffiths tne American consul at Liv erpool delivered an eloquent cen tenary address Other speeches were made recalling Lincolns mperish able services to humanity and the fact that Rochdales great townsman John Bright had loyally supported the cause of Lincoln and tie Union fiND BELL GUILTY Slayer of Actor Dury Did Not Plead Unwritten Law Denver Com Feb LbVthjn less than two hours after argument of counsel had ended the Jmy in the case of BurdeStt Bell who shot Cuvier Dury todeath m month ago because he stole his wife returned a verdict of guilty of voluntary manslaughter Contrary to expectations Bell did not plead the unwritten law tout justi fled the shooting of Dury on the ground that he was defending his own life Bell is from Cincinnati and is the son of a wellknown scien tist Dury baffled originally from Dayton O Two Shotks Reported Rodez France Feb lv A sharp earthquake shock was experienced in this district It was preceded by dull rumblings Two oscillations were re corder No damage is reported EilOMBED MEN ESCAPE Russian Miners Rescue Themselves Through Abandoned Gallery Tuzovka Russia Feb 1The 125 miners who had been imprisoned im the Catherine mine for two days fol lowing an explosion and fire and whose lives were despaired of escaped from the mine through an abandoned gallery Several of the men were overcome by fumes but they were helped out by their sturdier companions To Build Rve Dreadnoughts London Feb 1 The Daily Mail learns that the government has decid ed to lay down five battleships of the improved Dreadnought type the conv ing year p BANQUETI t Brilirant Function Close In Crescent City NeW Orleans Feb I3PtesldentI- ectViiiiam H Taft was the central figure at the banquet served here Fri the day night Fully 1000 persons at tended the function which was an elaborate one no expense having in een spared by the committee having q the dinner in charge Around the festal board were seated men pr011iofnent in the political and social life of the city and state Decorations nd illumination were superb and the of are sumptuous A la Creole was of the line that was followed in the are preparation of the dishes The day being Friday fish wasthe feature of the feast Here New Or the leans was at Its best for with thereat fish and oyster producing wa ers of lakes Pgntchartraitji and many bayous and the bays nd inlets and banks oi the Mexican ulf to draw from there was a mar lous variety of the finest fish in the world available The recipe for Mbuillabaise one of the principal dishes included six slices of red snapper six slices of red fish half bottle white wine half emon six large fresh tomatoes three hnionsthree bay leaves This is the dishaJ that drew from Thackeray the remark that in New Orleans you can get a 1uillabalsenever eaten in Marseilles or Parishi The banquet would not have been as complete without Creole gumbo and not only was it served but a recipe given the Taft party Casburgot chambord was another fea ture of the repast The richness of inIgredientslarge tomatoes one cup of stale bread three sprigs each of thyme and parsley a quart of fresh mush rooms two large onions two bay leaves three cloves one bottle of wine and salt and pepper to- aste SMALLER A1ROASt WANT RATE RAISED Ask Legislature to Amend Two Gent Fare Law Columbus 0 Feb 12 = pected tha soon after the legislatureI redonvenes next Week railroad law will be put the introduction in the senate of a bill amending the law in behalf of some of the smaller ro t1s of the state The amendment is to be tou the effect that when it is shown that any road has earnings less than 1000 per mile annually then the action of the twocent rate law is to be sus pended and such road may charge three cents per mile Tne amend ment will make another provision to the effect that when any road shows that it has earnings between 1000 and 2000 or 2500 a year it may charge 2 cents a mile Those roads earning more than 2000 or 2500 will have to maintain the twocent rateThe amendment ostensibly will be for the benefit of the Ohio River Western road running from Muskin gum Bounty to the southeast through several counties and the only narrow gauge road left in Ohio The contention is that this road can not operate much longer under the two cent rate and must tease business it has to maintain that rate Po mint rn MaTttti Long Flight Portland Me Feb l3The long est journey ever made by u tiaUoon from a New England point was com pleted when lire Big Pommern carry ftrg six pas ltgers came to earth in the town of Standisn close to Lake Sasago after a flight of approximate ly 175 males In an air line from North 2fc3ams Miss CRfMA ItS THMSELf Unknown Tftm Saturates Clothes With Kerosene and Applies Match New York Feb 13 The charred Fbody of a man was found on the reni Tiants of a burntout fire on the grounds of The Hazel avenue school on West Orange N1 Circumstances pointed to fie mans having commit ted suicide Try saturating his clothing tiviaii kerosene lying down on a pTJe of inflammrable material and set tins fire tolfce mass The suicide is believed to fee Felix Mystows of this cbD Ripper at Work in Cincinnati Cincinnati X Feb 13louise Re sorT 24 was terribly mutilated by an unknown ma evidently a maniac who slashed Tier across the throatI breast and arms ina rooming house on Elm street and then made his es cape by jumprag from secondstory window Streetcar Bumps Freight Findlay 0 Feb lSCity car No freighttrainjured by jumping The car was crowded and the motorman says the brakes refused to work 6 Turkey Accepts Russias Proposal portehas L B in principle of Russias latest finan cial proposal for a settlement of the TurkoBul ariftn dispute I d J u EGYPT GETS THE 44ZTodayF Marathon Race Will Be Run In Shadow of Pyramlds Cairo Egynt Feb 13 Marathon racihe the latest sporting craze of modern world has reached this ancient land and the first Marathon race eycr run her is to be contested the shadow of the pyramids today Among the runners who will take trt in the race are represenatives the United States England Germany France Austria Italy Greece and Russia as well as representatives the British army of occupationandC the native army exhibiting great interest in the race and crowds composed of per sons of many nationalities will see contest ffi1afttoWashingtonelect Tuft has telegraphed Senator Hale urging congress to remove all on doubt Of Senator Knoxs eligibility to he the office of secretary of state and saying that the loss of Mr Knox from the cabinet premiership would be a public misfortune be Kills Girl Shoots Self the San Francisco Feb 13 Because er mother had spurned his advances refused to elope with him Di andIOad He is dying WRECK RESULTS IN is LOSS OF MANY LIVES l SixtySeven Drowned When Pen guin Goes to Bottom of Wellington N Z Feb 13 The to steamer Penguin of the Union Steam i hip company of Wellington was wrecked off Cape Terawhiti Some of he passengers and a number of the members of the crew were saved but the remainder of the ships companyc numbering 67 are missing arebsuposed to have perished The guin is a total loss The steamer Penguin was an iron vessel of 824 tons and was built at Glasgow in 1884 IPAVILIONISWRCKID Family Buried In Ruins When FloOdse Wash Building AwayIPasadena Cal Feb was received that the pavilion at the fopt of the Mount Lowe incline had col lapsed as a result of the foods in the canyon and that several persons were buried in thd ruins Agent Drew of the Pasadena Electric railway and his family consisting of wife and two or three children were buried underneath the wreck of their home which was at one side of the pavilion Drew was rescued but his family have not been saved It is not known whether any other person were in the building at the time of the accident or not Communication has been cut off by the flood S SEVEN ARE DROWNED British Steamer Hits Rock During Dense Fog Brett France Feb l3Afeteamer the name of which sun known during a fog ran on a rock 0offsank in deep water Seven persons were drowned but the remainder of the crew took to the ships small boats and later were picked up by a pilot boat Towerman Is Robbedi Sandusky 0 Feb 1ltft11h CM- c I cote towerman at the Lake Shore Michigan Southern and Big Four crossings Was relieYed of 5 and his jewelry by an armed highwayman THE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 4 607 1 cows 3 055 50 heifers 3 OO5 75 bulls 3 403 90 stockers and feeders 3 005 40 Calves3 508 25 Sheep and LambsSheep 51 255 60 lambs 6 257 85 yearlings 5 007 00 Ho s Choice heavy shipping 606 75 butchers 46 606 70 light mixed 40 6 55 choice light 6 556 60 pacJctag 56 506 65 pigs 5 256 40 Wheat No 2 red 151 15J Corn No 3J 62 t53i4cEast cat tie S6 O06 50 shipping steers 5506 00 butcher cattle 5 OOt6 25 75j25wethers00HogsHeaviesYorkers 90c700 pigs 6 80 stags54 505 flV roughs 5600 Cleveland OCattle Prime cattle 36 006 25 fat steers 55 7506 00 r heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 25 andsprIngersdown Sheep and LambsMJxedsheep 54 755 00 5 OO5 25 ewes 4 75 5 00 lambs 5 507 75 HogS 90heavies56 25Pittsburg6 40 prime 56 OO6 20 tidy butchers cowsbulls50Sheepg5 60 good mixed 55 105 35 lambs is5 507 90 HogsHeavy hogs 7 iog Yorkers 85 pigs 56 455rf 50 Cincinnati 0 Wheat No2 dOatsNoMeS937acon g5 25ambsUToledo TJlett n 15 corn 44cI s13cEcioere iO 4t i t J TA r I ARMERSCfflBIN Prof Sherffiusof State University Delivers Talk on To f bacco The regular monthly meeting of the lark County Farmers Club was J held afctlie court house Saturday after noon The attendance at the met ing wa sthe largest that has b eqat any previous meeting Prof Slier ns of State University of Loxing n was present at the meeting and delivered a most interesting address tobacco and the information that imparted to the farmers was very valuable to them at this season of the year A full account of the meeting ftll published in Mondavi issue1 of News I AMUSEMENTS The Auditorium Backmans famous trouoe qf glas lowers and trained wild animals ttiat to exhibit at the Auditorium all next week will arrive in the city sometime Sunday in their two special cars The Backman shows have been exhibiting in several of the other larger towns in the State and have been showing to large audiences at each peiformance The show it is said by all is one the best educational and enter taining exhibitions on the road The one most entertaining feature be found wit hthe glass blowers sthe steam engine built of glass which is said to be one of the most wonderful piece of work ever accomplished by a glass blower The en gine is built of over 1000 pieces of- olored glass and was designed and uilt by Mr Backman the owner of the show The machine is always in operation and a competent man is always with it to answer any ques tiolis and to explain its vorkings The wild animal troupe consists of twenty trained lions that perform ome of the most wonderful feats ver accomplished by will animals n the wild animal show there is also a troupe of leopards pumas hyenas and bears and the greatest troupe of performing cockatoos ever seen on the road Ever one who witnesses the performance will be given a glass souvenir free of charge IS IN FRANKLIN Elder J M Rash is in Franklin county The Chrustia i church afc Peaks Mill is one of his regular charges WILL ERECT NEW BUILDING Kentucky Female Orphan School at Midway Plans Improvement MIDWAY Ky Feb 13At tlid Iilnst meeting of the Board of Trustees the Kentucky Female Orphan School of this city it was decided bvIthe members of the board to take im mediate steps for the erection of an other building upon the campus of this old aifd wellknown institution The proposed new building will be a commodious oho andis to contain a large chapel hall class rooms library room laboratory society halls etc By its erection the class work which is now being done in rooms scattoxetl through the two present structures will be brought together Then these class rooms and chapel will be con verted into sleeping apartments mak 5ing room for about fifty more stu dents each year The building is to cost about 30000 A central head il1gand lighting plant will alga fcei installed at the same time The l m01 tocky Female Orphan School ion3 of the Jling female institiusbnng in the South anj thisear Es enjoying the largest jatronaj6 ts historv of COil lmtover sixty years It T under the auspices of the GhJ jtchurch Miss Ella Johnson theefficient and accomplished principal COLORED COLUMN Il lQuarterly meeting at Clarkes L B iSundayH Swill preach at11u m 3 tp m 730 p m S4idayschoolat 9 45 Jii lIarjcis Ej worth League at 30 Jessie chbriisAI againstman 4 t to say something mice r i There is some objection because apan keeps his wife busy all y Sun ay waiting onlim REMEMBER YOUR GIRL And get k Vafentine fore atjfci finkfr Y nt 2Jiit 1 fefv i0 r r Pam Sb THE WINCHESTER NEWS 3 The RoundUp I I A Romance of Arizona Novelized From Edmund Days By JOHN MURRAY asd MelodramaI Copyright 1908 by G W Dmin t 4A0tt 04G48C tD00v O GCOv OC lowly the tours passed until the order for boots and saddles was sounded and the troops trotted out the fort gate Scouts soon picked u their trail but that was different from finding the Indians Ofttimes the hastilyabandoncdcamp warm but never a sight of a warrior could be had Over broad mesas down narrow mountain trails and up canyons so deep that the sun never fully penetrated them the soldiers followed the renegades For a day the trail was lost Then It was picked up by the print of ponys hoof beside a water hole Bu- talways the line of flight led toward an Apache spring in the lava beds Slim and his posse took their mands from the officers of the pu suers The cowpunchers gave them much assistance as scouts knowin the country through which the Indian- r sled Keeping in touch with the mai command they rode ahead to protec- it from any surprise The chief dian scout got so far ahead at on time in the chas that he was no seen for two days Once b lying flat on his befly shading his eyes with his hands and gazing intently at a mountain side so far ahead that the soldiers could Ideclared seen the fugitives climb the trail The feat seemed impossi ble until the sec and morning after when the scout pointed out to the colonel the pony tracks up the mountain side The Apache scouts kept track of the soldiers movements com municating with the main body with blanket sig nals and smoke columns The sign lanI Flanker of the ngnal8dHms o f t h southwest is an interesting field of study On the occasion of a raid like the one described the warriors who as many stones in it as there were warriors Then they would scatter into small bands When any band returned to the mound after losing a fight and the others were not there the leader would take from the mound as man Thuthetell just how many men ted fallen In the arid regions of the West water usuallywith a longer triangular stone in the diretionc d fafromr beItorcOnly the Indian and the mule canc smell water This accomplishment en abled the fleeing bttsprangIiy the long weary chase men an ralionsfare Hardie fed his men andon mesquite bean a plant heretofore considered poisonous For water as I forced to depend upon the cactus- aining i the fluid secreted at the hear ef the plant With faces bllstered by the sun an caked with alkali blue shirts faded to a purple tinge and trousers and accouC I The soldiers rods on silently and deter minedly- ierments covered with a gray pow fiery dust the soldiers rode on silently and determinedly Hour after hour w the troop flung itself across the plains and Into the heart of the lava beds each day cutting down the Apache 1eadICHAPTER XIV IFALSE dawn in tile lava beds of The first faint tinge eastern horizon fades the stars shine the more brilliantly in the brief darkest hour f Wore the true daybreak An icy wind sweeps down canyons and over suei stinging the marrow of thlIyfkzer hone In the heavens the jtunumerabte tars burn steadily In crystal coldnSBs Shadows Us In styg its blackness at foot of rock and yal 3qr Soft and Clear thell ts of DJ 9t fwatfce the upland Am awesome 8i Icace hanrs over the desert Hushed IIIIIIfIII e I t and humbled by the immensity o sjworlds tPc living sunyfloods mesh and canyon burning with Einglets upon canyon walls and win sculptured rocks But a remorseful destroyingthrown ic li of the desert Shriveled sagebrush and lifetmesa down the canyons wall twistinr and doubling on itself to Apache soutrh a c through which is caught a far distal wUIrsanni sandtpiffleseas con strieketn tyhe s thepursuInging space Naked save for a breech dyedbuckskinsticks a feather each rides silent grim cruel a hideous human reptile as native to the desert as is the Gila monster The horse is saddleless For a bridle the warrior uses a piece of ponylowers y the horses sides In his right hand ho grasps his rifle resting the butt on the knee The only sound to break the stillness of the day is the rattle of stones slipping and sliding down the pathway when loosened by the boo f of the ponies Creeping down the canyon wall they crt5ss the bottom pass the spring and disappear at a turn in the can walls Nature and Indian meet and merge in a world of torture and despair Dick had fared badly in the lava beds One spring after the other he found dry His horse fell from exhaustion and thirst He ended tlieedsufferings of his pack mule with u re volver bullet Dick staggered on afoot across tl Aparcd faded to a dingy purple Hat and shoulders were gray wIth alkali dust Contact with the rocks and cactus had rent trousers and leggings His shoos Icut by sharply pointed stones and wit thread rotted by the dust of the dcs- erts were worn to shreds Unshaven and unshorn with sunken cheeks and thussdesert He reached Apache spring shortly after the passage of the Indians but his craving for water war so Meat that he did not observe their trail Reeling toward the spring he ca aside his hnt and flung down his rifl In his eagerness to drink Throwing hellofw the water trIc- kled he first saw that the waters had fingersdug he i despair Stiffly he arose and blundered to a rock upon which he sank In his weakness Another day like this and Ill gi Apacdyears dunst Cleasr Beeflick Uerobled with weakness Hfs ofthis were a flickeedcorners blinded his eyes which were haIr At times fever waves swept over him again he shuddered with cold Sounds of falling waters filled his throught1ikling of fountains Rivers flowed before his eyes through green meado only to fade into the desert as gazed What a land what a land It is UIabode of the god of thirst He tempts men ito his valley with the lure of gold and saps the lifeblood from the bodies drop by drop Drop by drop hear it falling Noit is water I hearJ There it is How cool it looks Dick rose and staggered toward t cliff In his delirium of thirst he sa streams of water gush down the more tain side Holding out his arms he cried Saved saved His hands fell limply by his sides as the Illusion faded He then dou bled them Into fists and shook them the cliff in a last defiance of despa You shant drive me mad He seized his empty canteen pre b glt fo hte ape uNo I drained that two days ago was ItthreeT be whi pertdin asJlie threw it ajMlci W To bij tin a liHAn Improvement Scheme Started by BusinessMen ITS HELP TO A KANSAS TOWN Hiawatha Prospering In Face of Evi dent Disadvantages How Public Spirit and Consistent Civic Irrjprove ment Rescued It From Lethargy The merchants of Hiawatha Kan ideef1 men vialoand each will try to outdo the other in improvements The clubs will work with the Civic Improvement club to beautify Hiawatha this summer The first club to organize iscalled the Five Block Oregon Street Improve aredH D Ad ams treasurer and P M Smith secre tary The officers form the executive committee with full power to spend money for necessary improvements Th club is formed in the smallest business block in town Every businessman and woman in the block is a member of the club They have subscribed 50 monthly for improvements sti the Kansas City Star Electric ligh have been placed every twentyfive feet along the block and the lights are kept burning all night The buildings in the block will be painted a unifor color Lights will be placed in t alleys arid kept burning all night as a protection to property The club has made a special sprin kilns contract for this summer an the Ptroets are swept erich day the streets are not paved the club induced the city council to put in a ment crossing in the middle of t block and property owners havej agreed to put cement walks in the alleys The clubs in the other Uusine blocks will work along similar lines A civic improvement club has b in existence in Hiawatha for serer years It has done much to Ueauti the town Work for this summer h already commenced and the residents are taking hold with new vigor members of the improvement cl have adopted the slogan Make fib watha a beautiful and spotless town The members of the clue plant as tend flower beds in the city park which faces the main business block The park will be strung with electr iilights this summer The improveme- club will turn a vacant lot near ti center of the town into a children flower garden Each year the club offers prizes f the best kept yards churchyards an school yards for the best garden plant and tended by a child for the best garden planted and tended by a man over sixty years old for trig best loo womieheand for the best flower gardens Those who are too poor to buy flower seeds and there are few of thema furnished with seeds by the club the fall a flower show is held at whic the priees are awarded The business hmenand others pay the expenses of the club and the officers give the services The city council and ti board of county commissioners money toward the support of t clube The city administration is in hen sympathy with the town movement An ordinance has been passed fixing a fine for any pars Pound guilty of spitting on any side Aftster draggeed at citys expense and a movement has been started to pave the streets in the business section City employees cut the weeds along the street and when weeds are not cat in vacant lots the city officials promise to see that prodp Each Wednesday evening during this summer concerts will be given in the beehen years The band Is paid by the business men and other residents The cl council contributes gall year to t support of the band In all the ban receives nearly 1000 a year for ex penses The members are not paid salaries improvdno big industries in Hiawatha to employ a large number of men the tow is just dependent upon the surrounding country A few years ago Missouri Pacific division headquarters were lo cated there but were later moved to Atchison When the railroad famili left many houses were left vacant rents went down and the value of real salhed e others kept quiet and worked for city improvement The work of beautifying the town has brought results Hiawatha has grown larger than houseId s water system and sewer system ex ciho gropenThis has all been caused by the citizens making a united effort for to betterment There is not a joint or gambling hall townir i Moinesssruns atoracr r Des Moines Made Goods r r HOMECOMING H OF THE FLEET Exceeds Departure In PoinJ of Interest FORTY = EI6HT DIE ON TRIP Wireless Telegraphy Plays Important Part In Making Final Stages Pleas ant For Officers and MenMany Passenger Ships Chartered For Excursions to Hampton Roads and Hotel Accommodations Are Already at a Premium Washington Feb 12Inppoint oJ public interest the homecoming of the great battleship fleet promises to exceed the notable departure of the same vessels Already Washington officials and others who intend to go isto Old Point on Washingtons birth day to see the ships come in are find Ing difficulty in securing accommoda tions One result of this has been ofisfor this special occasion Fortyeight men have died on the fleet since it left Hampton Roads in theheto the navy departments figures Some of the bodies have been sent haveddaresting place in foreign climes The sratio of deaths to the 15000 men ofhethe ordinary walks of life Wireless telegraphy is playing a sspart in making pleasant for officers tripeaunews Alsofyasat any time be conveyed to Admiral Sperry by the navy department Then playuUsquadron under Rear Admiral Ar attachedding fleet RJLESnt Insnorofdare to be thrashed out at the meeting of the United States Na tional Lawn Tennis association which tonightkbeforeanare the proposed changes in the rules governing the therein International cup now held by the Aus traliansAction upon the disputed foot fault rule the government of linesmen and theepartobeheERMANn onmm Taste of Possum and Taters Washington Feb 12 Regretful that Vice Presidentelect James S Sherman should have been deprived pf the gastronomic pleasure enjoyed by Presidentelect Taft upon the oc casion of the recent possum and taters dinner at Atlanta the Georgia delegation in congress has deter mined to give Mr Sherman a dinner in this city shortly after the inauguration at which this famous dish shall appear Students Donate Cuticle Louisville Kyr Feb 12Thirtytwosmedical students of ofhesave dthen Clifton 21 who was burned baT lyat East Sit Louis about a month ago Doctors began on the work of grafting and the entire medical pro trigregDE ORO IN THE LEAD Blllfarrf Championship Will End With Tonights Play esNew York Feb 12 The second nights play in the threecushion car om billiard championship between Alfred De Oro and P B Lean for the championship of the world and the Lambert trophy of 1000 resulted in a score of 50 points to 28 in favor of De Oro The third and final string of 50 points will be played tonight The score to date is De Oro 100 Lean 59 r Jeffries Ridicules Offer Fresno Gal F b12James J Jeffries when informed of the offer of Billy Delaney to match him and Al Kaufman fora 10000 side bet ex pressed surprise that his former man himtunnot ck a postage Stamp was his laconic comment Salen to Oppose Johnson Cleveland 0 Feb 12Taklngis prepriatCharles Salen county clerk former lieutenant and now rival of the may theDoWocraUct JdIor a rI Clark County ConstructionCo Ii- Mrr 4Ri r RATEn m Think of the mudand hill climbing tax paid each year Road Farmers II On the Basis of Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or private streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale I We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired IThe putting in of all classes of Concrete ari and satisfaction guaranteed d ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS EXTRA WHEELS trade ta jLI ion the hard tines there has been is steady growth fro Jie start in the number ofourdepositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want You J M HlbGKIN Cashier J L President L B Vice CLEANING UP SCHEME How Girls Helped to Clear a Tract For New Park If any tract of land in your town needs cleaning up try the following method adopted by the mayor of a Missouri town Every schoolgirl in Alton Mo became a Maud Muller the other day but Instead of a meadow sweet with hay she raked the sixtyfive mere tract in cluding Rock Spring park donated to Alton for public purposes rakingfeterake of all and made the greatest show of feverish industry says the St Louis PostDispatch All the citizens of the town were invited to help and most of them responded All the school chil ren were invited and all of them re- ponded Free transportation was pro- Filed on street car lines to the park and special cars were run for the rakersNo appropriation was made by the city council for cleaning the tract and asi If by magic Selling by Fraud One of the catalogue houses other wise mall order stores Is selling for 8 reproseatsthe house warrants the timepiece for twenty years Precisely the same watch is sold at a profit by many jewelers for 3 The mail order concern which sells it for 8 makes at least 55 by clear and unadulterated fraud Yet many persons throughout the country are buying this timepiece just because of the twenty years warrant and the gold filling claim Naturally a man who has been handed a lemon will not kick back if the lemon turns out to be sour so the catalogue house has very little trouble from the complaints of those who find that the article they get Is not the one they order Dont Let Problems Worry Of course life is full of problems The only way to get any comfort is to throw them all in the wastebasket and to do the things we can see clear ly In daylight The sstepmother never has much of a chance when the square deal is ba ing passed around y No can cost the as much as a Poor one 1 of the most important ies alv ways in stock A skilled wheelwright is what you want when your wheel comes off the axle is broken or your vehicle needs r repairing We are skilled in this as well as being masters of the art of carriage blacktO Jourinland our prices are mo3er ate J LS1ROTHER SCOTT IiPeoples State Bank I agojustNotwithstanding OOOOO LEonaIBROWN COCKRELL President LN NielHE caIljThe THE VERY BEST Haveany of ourreaders seen are WeekljEnquirer I end for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place oo earth The editor by askin its readers to criticise and suggest improve tnents and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a 4familymother 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 mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor Of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from th of questionable amusementsand frivolities of life and encouraged to plannlug The Grand Idea being that fUM- are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tern poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to8o Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary Ae unani c beingThe t tSathplewritingto Cincinnati ns I Subscribe For Tht Sews 1 1L c 1 tH ii th r i t THE WINCHESTER NEWSNWILL COUNT TIlE JAPS TCaUfornla Legislature Paves Way For Future Legislation Sacrament Gal Feb j Moder andnaan evident disposition finally to dist pose of all measures relating to Japanese and other aliens characterized the session of the legislature Adopt ing a suggestion by Governor GiHett the assembly voted to appropriate 10000 to defray the expenses of a census which will show the number of Japanese in California and the pur suits in which they are engaged The statistics are to be used In consider ation of future legislation possibly involving a request by California for an Asiatic exclusion act In the senate a resolution by Sen star Marc Anthony providing for a special election wherein the voters of California might express themselves on the subject of Asiatic immigration was defeated by a vote of 22 to 12 Hopkins Men Desert Springfield Ill Feb lHopldns followers who paired with absentees in the joint session of the legislature reduced their candidates strength from 73 votes on the thirtieth ballot to 55 votes on the thirtyfirst a loss L 1 of 18 votes There were 21 pairs an nounced on the thirtyfirst ballot making a total of 42 members rot voting and in nearly every pair Hojikins lost a vot- eSENATOR SCATTERED i MONEY IN CAMPAIGN t StepliensGi Admits Spending 14r on Primary Madlson Wis Feb Tt The offi cial statement of Unite States Sen ator Isaac Stephenson with affidavit attaches shows that the expense of Ks can i acy for the nomination of United States senator rit the primary election on Sept 1 13U8 amounted to THJ779305 The sum total is mmleiap from 11 ffifferent groups which BTB set forth 4nthe Statement The largest single Item is 5372956 which Was paid to C in TIambright John tL Miller R H McMahon E J Rogers U C Kel t 5er and others for services tendered in organising outside r f Milwaukee county The lest big amount lie 1648524 paid toan advertising agency and dthers for newspaper advertising For postage 11390 W R Knell was pi41t 36 for expenses incurred in organizing Milwaukee connty exclu sivedfitryms not otherwise accounted for biitmcluding orgm iir Lion of pri mary day- Printing and engraving firms were pafii 5734769 office Tent expenses Including employes wages amounted to 40707rs posting and distributing lithographs 834 telephone tele graph and express charge 73510 traveling expenses oritrlbutions to associations cigars etc 142063 getting signatures to nominating papers 22506 other dYert sinsprinting 6tc 3188J 3L B tlot Is Unchanged TOafflson Wis Feb 1 The joint tballr t for United States senator in the jint convention of the Wisconsin legislature was fruitless Senator Stephenson received SS out of 125 votes cast showing a sTaortags of five wttes from a majority 1L PRAISES PRESIDW McfLauf Uphtflds Discharge nf the Brownsville Troops Washington Ffeb ltSenthir Mc Laurln rot Mississippi spoke ran the Brownsville affair upholrag the course taken by the president in the discharge jif the negro soldiers vl the s Twentyfifth regiment and maintain ing that he could xjot sign a 1111 for their Terefllretment rithout stcWiiJying himself The president ite said4OIs mitt tIed to the pjaudit Well done good and faithful servant tfor the act tffis charging tth whole worthless band 1t is not expected that lie will do airy act in reference to thin matter that will draw a flack mask across a course of conduct in the matter de serving of such High congmendation RACING DATES HELD UP Delof Courts New York Feb lrAt the meeting of the stewards of the Jockey club held here no action was taken In regard to the granting of racing dates for the coming season it was an nounced It is understood that the Jockey club will postponeany action until the status of racing is more satisfactorily cleared up by the decisions of the higher courts on appeals now pending from the lower courts Escape In Night Clothes Springfield dlTeb 1DCad only in their night clothes touts Gundolf a farmer his wife and four children walked half g mile through icy blasts to i neighbors home for safety The Gundolf house caught fire late in the night andthe family barely escaped the flames with their lives r Dorado Defeat Smallwbod f Philadelphia Pe ji 01 Dorando de feated SmalXwoodin a OLZuriite race ai the TWrd Regiment amory Small wood u tatting in tba e1nth mile 4if IfLk r NOBODY LOPES A FAT MANiCOPYRIGHT 1909BY THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION jv tt RURAL ROAUMAKINGJ1 How Somo Farmers Built a Good Highway Cheaply STOKES FROM FIELDS USED r TiotKing Paid For Material iHo Large Profit For a ContractorOnly Cost ioT the Road Was the Cost of Labor HomeI Ont fact people are slow to that ithe soil nature made fur growingI plants iln does not make a boo S llis composed or pulverized Tock with some humus or vegetable ontttter When this is wet tt is mud when very dry it is dust i Wlsen soIls used for a road the most tff the ttlme it is in either one of these two conditions but there are short periods when there IB just the nmmmt tit moisture in the soil that makes it so compact as to lbe a firm coal For mrmy years rnoflroadmak Jng Ehas been some process of getting anoresbil iixw the road and the stones out if can remember howunder the supervision of the path master we usoli to work out the roafl tax by drawing soIl Un the road with a team 1throwlngfuflitdh The next year alter the soil 1Ulil been fiatt ned out by ttravel the same still was scraped int9 the center jofithSiToad again and the same stones itlirosvn out The last few sears this work has been i more cheaply cor easily lone with theroad worker This plan of iroadmakingnnay give a fairly good country road where heavy Heads are seldom drain J6 r two or three months In summer butflfor the g eater i art of the Yctr there isno firm smooth road beil hnt mud ruts and dust says W H Jenkins of Sidney Center N Y in Hoards Dairyman For the same reason that we need better jtchool honses and rural schools ree need better ccoin try roafls Institutlngstone or macadamized roads inr agricultural localities jsa most wIse and farseeing polls f jr it hastens the time oi bet ter agiUcnlture ann civilization said odds to the value otjeal estate Man always finds nature has antici pated Us needs anfl is only vaiUng for him to work up to a point wee he enn use what sis provides JEe must learn tto make his vrcads from flw rock before the glacier has ground them into roll not afterward For many years in many sections the agrf culturists llama not knoTim how to get rid of the stosss on their fields or what ajse to make ol outcropping ledges of rock that could le quarried Now the modern machlngry for maiding macad amized roads said the need of them and learning tie uses of concrete will make these among their most valuable assets on the farm As I am able to OLD BOAOj0jo CBrrqE KTJTO x- unvtrclt A IfOD OH DOST BOAST1D- eee it the banding of state roads by state funds does not bet 8oheJhe problem of good rOd fectbe farmer but by the farmers coopciratiog with the statesThe local interest and effort are need ed The they will get better roads at less cost In many sectionst farmers are onmolatalnx tftnoutDOor Mate l t t l t 4 1 roads in ono road aistrict in New York two miles of macadamized road were built at a cost of 1300 per mile One half of this amount wus subscrib ed by the people living In the road dis- trIct and the state paid the other half This road was built under the supervision ol th town road commissioner and the steam road crusher and other machinery owned by the town were used So large profit was paid to a contraetof Nothing was paid for ma terial IChe only cost of the road was the cost of labor I would call atten tIc i to the fact that the process of sclcatifc rQ building as at was done in this Instance is the reverse of that so aongpracticed by farmers The soil they try to keep In the road is first all removed down to the bedrock or gravel and when the grading is done the randerstratum of the roadbed is madeiof the common field stones one or two feet thick Next fluarry stone or Tiiluse fuin the quarry is broken to mike a layer several Inches thick then finished with a layer of hard erodhed stone from the stone crusher and rolled with the steam roller I drove over this two years from the time lit was built and can say It was in better conditon than some state roads I hare seen built at the same time I haTe taken pains to tallc with peoplei lying on this road and find tirely satisfied with their investment and planning to build more of this road I tlrtilk on one mile of Shis road four farmers live on the average The road cost tlitm 050 per mile or about 163 each The interest on idle investment is eHS than 10 and I think all can set that no farmer can make a better investrront Here they have a roadbed that will last for many years and the yearly road tax will keep it in repair Farms have been cleaned of tone In providing material work was provided for home labor a road ha been made In the right way accordin to the principles of good arond Ing nnd the benefits that builtj beyosu estimation PROTECTING SHADE TREES Work of Commissions Appointed For That Purpose The cities in New Jersey end Pennsylvania Are by statute now enabled to appoint shade tree commissions to take care of the shade trees on their streets They can set out new trees and assess the cost on the property benefited They trim trees protect them from Injury clean ant decayed trunks xaul fill the holes with cement and wage war against the insect pests Municipal Engineering describes the methods of work of the shade tree commission ofI Fast Orange N Jt and shows what can be done In the trimming of trees great care is taken to cut off all limbs close to and even with the trunk All scars are painted with a coat of thick coal tar All trees on a street are pruned to a uniform height and as far as possible that height is made ten feet to clear all street lights The campaign against the insects In festing shade trees forms one of the chief tasks of the commission The control of the injurious insects not only preserves the foliage of tie trees for the season but maintains their health and vitality What caff be done by persistent work in this line Is shown by the results with the woolly maple scale Pseudococcus aceria which attacks the sugar maple Other pests are the tussock moths attacking the American elm and linden the white maple sad the horse cacatnut the cotton maple scale attacking the white maple the elm leaf beetle the spring elm caterpillar the bagworm and the fall webworm The ldea constantly borne in mind is to destroy the insects In as early a stage as possible to minimize both the amouxt of work required in treatment and tM isjury done to the trees lfu r i t C OLORE COLUMNI I There nc fifty ccloied Catholic churches in this country Springfield Ill has a colored Law and Order League Scott and Brook colored of Se attle Wash are large carriage manufacture s The olered Saving Bank and Trust Company of Winston N C trans wted 30373886 worth of business last year paying four per cent in terest uu deposits The following colored took the CivI it Service examination here last Saturday WM Taylor T M Berry IL It Woodford JP Bush Ernest Birch W C Marks Carrie Lane Dennis Barnes has bought the Elmo Bell Iiotiie and 10C Revs S G Turner Jno Sanders Cril Fountain and James P Hag n11 will attend the Methodist Conference at Indianapolis March 24 Also the folowing laymen W E FrarfkSin Jeny Taylor Jessie Rees J PL Harris Booker T Washington has just Resented Ms daughter Mrs A S tittuiau with a piano costing one thousand dollars Louisville 3s to have a negro insur ance company Rev John Brock reports that his chnach willbeggin a protracted meet ir r tomorrow The Mu Mu Dancing Club has tak en Hiooms at Ute colored hotel corner of Maple and Washington streets J Sophia Bush died this week She lesmjs a son William who is in the army being stationed at San Fran eiseo Cal She weighed 362 pounds Thomas R Cowen has returned home from a tefr days vacation The Gold Eagle Camp of the U B F Lodge is preparing to go to St Paul Minn in August to contest for a prize in a national contest Rev John Fisher is arranging to start a protracted meeting the first of March at the First Baptist church He will be assisted by an able divine Grubbs is at the house igIsuet Sickness prevented Rev James lay from preaching at Dodge during the monthof 11theOur Odd Fellows lodge will send delegates to Newport News Va to itsnationalmeetingRev is now engaged in a series of meetings at Ashland KyThe funeral of Rev Chas Bigbee father of Rev C P M Bigbee who was once npastor here was preach ed at Elkton Ky last week Rev J W Terry of Huntington W Va will give illustrated lectures- n the city this week Wm Fields Thomas Berry and Authur Taylor are the Winchester AmericanIWarMrs W E Franklin will give a birthday reception iji March Born to the wife of Dennis Barnes a girl on TuesdayrSarah Bell and Mrs Carrie Ramsey veadelightIIu r Dennis Daniel wasin Lexington ThursdayIn absence of the pastor Rev H D Colerane will preach at Broadway tomorrow Mrs John W Bush is sick at her home on W Washington street R B Harrison of Los Angeles Cal the noted colored elocutionist was in the city this week Rev R A Strauss preached in Georgetown last Snuday Rev H D Colerane and Prof James II Garvin were delegates Monday to the Hodgenville celebration Richmond Kynow has a colored paper Dr J A Gwynn is editor tI0 preach- Itev James Rash died Wednesday Funeral from the Washington Street Baptist church The colored people of the city of Louisville subscribed 3000 for the new Industrial School Those of tl city of Winchester 1000 while those of Lexington only 600 Rev R H C Mitchell is engaged a great meeting at Cleveland Ohio Forty per cent of the negro far mers of Kentucky own their own land Rev W B Handy who has been dangerously ill is out again Mrs B F Johnson assisted by Mrs Thomas Cowan entertained her home No 125 W Broadway wi a card party Those preesnt were Messrs James Jacobs Will Trivas James Boone Henry Baker Charl Morgan James Garvin George Tuner Henry Jackson Silas Martin Sanford Davis J 1 Bruner Ge oC Benton Johnnie Vivian Nora Curry John Holmes Jerry Taylor Lizzie Jackson Emma Jackson Wm Taylor Dow Partridge Thomas Cowan and Miss L E Allen Miss Ida Hayden attendedthe Normal City Club entertainmsntf at Rich mond Ky Thursday night Mrs Monroe Burle who has been confined to her bed for two weeks is slightly improving and hopes to be able to be out in a few days 0 EMERGENCY ALL PROVIDED FOR Small Wonder Thoughtful Landlo Was Annoyed jGypsy Smith the evangelist complained at a meeting In New York of the discomfort caused by the customs rules abroadIigovernment in this matter is as lack lug as the Haytian botelkeepr- A gentleman you must know stopped at a country hotel some 50 miles from PortauPrince to escape one of those tropical deluges so characteristic of Hayti After dinner he turned In for there wes nothing to read in the hotel the night had turned chilly and there was no fire He turned in and he Yell at once into a deep delightful sleep Then he awoke dripping Tks downpour w leaking through the palmetto asf iShivering his wet arm and rang The pad lbare feet approached Whats wasted snarled the land lord You must prepare metanoth room said tile gust The rain erI leaking in here is bvcketa And Ja that wtafc you Wake me for at this Um of mitbtr tto nIIroared 3f loWd1kHi1ltWl Hlyoi ihare for an umbrella waiter tktftif Ueeit1 au 0P fw TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 842 a nur No22 Daily 1157 a m f No 28 Dally Ex Sunday 630 iLxn No 24 Daily 9 25 p nv Westbound f No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a lav No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 pom T No 23 Daily 438 1m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No 37CincinnatiKnoxville lo al 10 00 a m No CincinnatiJacksonville imited 1057 a m No MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati correction at Paris arrives at 632 departs at 635 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limit 1123 p m urthbound No AtlantaCincinnati limits 506 a m No 107StanfordMaysville loca conecting at Paris for Cmcinual 723 a m V No KnoxvilleCineinnati lo calarrives 2 50 departs 2 53 p EL No 32 Jackson villeChieinuati limited 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Win chester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 Iaily Daily Stations PM Alt jv Lexington 2 25 735 Winchester 305 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 3 50 9OJJ Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 956447IJune 1017 r 11045OWestbound DailyDaily Sun I Tjl Ex Sun Only PMlAMJvJackson 0 K June1615 225 705 7301eBeattyville Junc 707 320 755 Torrent 730 341 815 uiNatural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton Junc 748 357 828 Stanton 8i5 426 854 Clay City 825 435 902 soL E Junc 900507 93i Winchester 9 12 5I 94 ArLexington 19 55 605 1V25 CONNECTIONSth CEPT SUNDA- Ys rL E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect withthe passengerstoBeattyville JunctionTrains Nos LeAOL K Junction Trains Nog c IiRailwayivay stations MgrCHAS rdCapital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE- Winchester Bank or WINCHESTER KY N H WITHER POON- t PRESIDENTt j W R SPHAR CASHIER r SPLICITS YOURtL ACCOUNTS 4e FreFnrtsadFrfrwMiC rsTobaccos Oystans Cand csHome Phone 712 Josephi I c I 36L 1fk rf P b itr fIf d F r zt f 5 j VPacfe Eiaht J THE WINCt4E kTERJ MEWS r tvxlIBERlASlATE IS IN BALANCE y State Department Receives y Disquieting News ENGLAND SENDS WARSHIP Internal Affairs of Negro Colony In Africa Reported to Be In Deplor able Condition and Doubt Exists as fto Future of the Republic United States May Send Commission to Investigate and Recommend Course to Be Taken by Government Washington Feb 13Cable ad departIment indicate that a climax has been preached in the Liberian situation Conditions according to the InformaV Lion at hand are very grave and great alarm is felt by foreign officials ITU Liberian employ A British gunboat hast arrived to afford protection to foreign interests and a company of soldiers has been sent from Sierra Leone to the caps tal at Monrovia for the same pur pose Apparently great despondency his entertained as to the ability of the government to maintain itself and as to the future of Liberia asa nation The cables called renewed atten tion to the efforts of the state depart went inaugurated by Secretary Root Ho secure an appropriation of 20000 to enable the president to send to Liberia a commission with a view to reporting recommendations as to the specific action this government should take which would constitute the most effective measures of relief Secretary Root anticipated the velopment of conditions which wou l menace seriously the future ofLi adiican citizens and secondly of the government of the United States Consequently to this government Li beria has been an object of peculiar interest Curiously enough it was t President Lincoln who approved i countrrwhereby its recognition as an inde pendent state was given and it was President Lincoln also who appointed the first diplomatic representative of the United States there From time to time since the United boundarydfsputesgovernment was most anxious to b friend Liberia and have it continue a nation Should a commission be authorized the state department probably would utilize the services of a war vessel to take the members to Liberia TAKA11IRA TALKS Refers to Japans Cordial Relations- With United States Peoria Ill Feb 13In his speech at the Lincoln banquet in this city Baron Takahira Japanese ambassa dfarJo the United States made fre quent reference to the friendly rela tins that have always existed between the United States and his country He said that Japan is doing IIaU in its power to remove all possible causes of misunderstanding and con flict between the two countries as- weUas to bring about the clear and definite understanding that will cement the closest bonds of friend ship between them f Baehr After Johnsons Job Cleveland 0 Feb 13 County Re ycbrder Herman Baehr formerly owner of the Baehr Brewing company rand a high official of the Sandusky Brewing company announced to delegation of Republicans that h would be a candidate for the nomination tor mayor if the voters wanted him Republican clubs have recently been resoiuting favorably in Baehrs favor and it looks like he would oppose Mayor Tom L Johnson who would like to get a fourth term s a taytHT BY ICICLt Mstown Mill Pro b ably Fatally njuredI Youngstown CvFeb 13kn icicle welgfiingjetween 200 and 300 pound whic1J fell from the rqof of the Hazle ton furnace struck Raymond Reagan 17 and Patrick McCann a furnacev employe Rpagan is thought to tie fatally injured i Stringent AntiLiquor Measure t Tbneka Kan Feb 13The most stringent antiliquor measure ever seriously considered in the Kansas legislature wa3 passed by the sena With but one dissenting votea Without one of its provisions being Cluestion dT4e measure absolutely prohibits the sale of liquor throw s drug scores with the exception churchesIor cO services Yj H Two Kfilsd In Explosion Newyorlv FeT 13Two men we killed and several injured in an J ploaiosf1 of dynamite in the McAdoo tunnel extension in Jersey City run nfng from Exchange place to Fifteenth connecting the twp f Hudson river tubes There were 60 men at work in the tunnel tore at the time of the explosion The two a mete Skilled arfeartin Kleaver 35 c randCharles Miller 37V V tiIt 1rt j tt r tL1 C HICAGO IS TO- HAVETREASURY Tip is That Taft Will Appoint Mac Veagh To His Cabinet NEW YORK Feb 13A dispatch frcfm New Orleans says Several important moves on the Cabinetmaking checker board mark ed the second stays visit of President elect Taft in this city It was practi cally decided that the Treasury portfolio shall gp to a Chicago man in this connection the real feature f the daywas struck through Franklin MacVeagh of Chicago a brother of Wayne MacVeagh who served as Attorney General in the Cabinet of President Garfield being advanced byr mot potent influences to the Treasuryhip Party leaders ofnational promi nence tonight strongly incline to the belief that Mr MacVeagli will be the ultimate choice REMARKABLE RECORD o NINRr Jack Webb Has Travelled More Than Five Times Distance Between Earth and Moon OWENSBORO Ky Feb 13 Uncle Jack Welsh an engineer on the Louisville and Nashville railroad between Owensboro and Russellville has a record of which any locomotive engineer would be proudand of boastd to the run be tween this city and Russellville ofTSeptember 1 1882 making one roann trip eyery day and the distance eled is 144 miles Calculating fro September 1 JS82 up to February 1 1909 which is twenty six years and four months at 144 miles a day and 1384Yone year loss o tfime on account ofsiehites and layoffs Deduces the distance b 52580 miles traveled Jack while holding the throttle a loco motive earthsthetliasearthand is now onefourth the dis tance on his fiftyfourth trip It is 240000 miles from the earth to the moon conseouentlv if Uncle Jack had been making trips to that luminary he would have five trips to his credit with 131530 miles traveled tripaAnother tiling which may be said to Uncle Jacks credit is that his train has never been in a wreck COLORED PEOPLE HAVE LINCOLN CElEBRA liON Emancipation Proclamation is Read Mr Perry Makes An Address The Lincoln celebration held Fri day by the colored people wasoint Clarks Chapel M E church Rev H A SetYart presided The Emancipation Proclamation Terrye of program leas so long that it was not carried out in filly But upon the whole the tribute paid to the great emancpator was creditable to the colored race Mr R R Perry was on the pro ram with file subject Lincoln Af ter he hud spoken a short timea man iii tlieaudience arose and said in sub stance It is all right to talkagou Lincoln but we want you to tell negroes what to do how This changed the thread of Mr Perrys speech and he devoted t remainder of his time to the color race giving credit for the gOOd in the race but just as earnestly showing up that which is badrViewed from every point the cel oration was a success OFFICES ARE BEING toRAPIDLY MADE READY Old Baptist Church Building Bei Remodeled For Drs Lyon ofand Lyon The old Baptist church building Clevraje oegn v a office building Fourfiopms have been parti tinned oaf iii the main auditorium of the building end are rapidly being completed When finished they will be andliyonifring is couttmAlaththe erection a large flat l gonthp site la btt invike yefcr f v t 10K AUVANT4GE OF POSITION j Duke and Five Associates on the Inside of Big Tobacco IDeal 137InRoosevelt yesterday Herbert Knox Smith Commissioner of Corporations presents sore highly interesting his Tobaccomagnitude of its business operation is one of the greatest organizations in America The report is a result in part of an extensive investigation into the tobacco industry made by q pluenttr i of the tobacco industry with prices and profits and with competi tive methods Todays report sets forth the rise ofone of the great combinations of the country In his letter of transmittal Commissioner Smith says that it deals wit tithe historv froni the standpoint of its organization of the Starthig1nCompany a manufacturer of cigarettes with a capital of 25000000 the combination has now a net capitalization excluding latercompanyw holdings bf s absorbed about 250 separate concerns ari dnow controls substantially four fifths of the output of each important land of tobacco manufactured in the United States with the exception of ClbalSff He continues Some High Financing Its history also presents impor tant features of stock manipulation he financial transactions centering around the organization of the Con 190m1 are noteworthy At la t time a small body of Directors and stockholders in the combination be lieved that the profits of the combi itit organiz CoinYex change for the common stock of the American and the Continental in order thus to secure for themselves most of the increased profits about tp fccommon the Continental after its acquisition by the Consolidated increased great ly and the small body of men con trolling the last named companyso small in fact that six of them held a majority of its stock and thus con trolled the entire combination be came entitled to millions of dollars which had it not been for the Con solidated transaction would have gone to the Original common stock holders Commissioner Smith says that in fairness it should be added that this offer of exchange was made with no concealment of the fact that that of fer came from the principal officers and Directors of the two companies but he adds The conduct of this group of men is a proper subject for criticism however because they could foresee much better than outside stockholders the large profits about to accrue They occupied a fiduciary relation to the outside stockholder and should have shared with them equally the special knowledge acquired by their position MRS J A SHIRLEY IN- CRITICAL CONDITIO ProminegAbandoned 13tyusand all hope for her recovery hap been abandoned Mrs Shirley is the theedpro inpoor donegel n un conscious Her daughter Miss Flo who is attending college in Virginia was summoned and is now at her bed4 SIde FEETqgan appeared in The thatiheHotel dropped from the third to the first floors but this it is said is not droppedfourcatch caught it I SHOT AND KILLED Special to The News Richardd Mrsterenamored The cause was jtalousy t LEXINGTON NEGRO WRITES on mmm New Theory Advanced By Joseph Clayborn in His Recent Work v LEXINGTON Ky Feb 13 +Let ington has developed a new and up todate astronomer who comes for JosephClayborn ored bricklayer wellknown about town Clayborn lives on Todd street back of St Josephs Hospital and earns an average of 4 a day while laying brick or handling stone He has been studying the elements he says for many years and has made discoveries He has issued a book entitled The Invisible Made Visible in which lie tells what the anets are composed of what effect have on human beings and what effect they have on each other He claims that the planets disturb out planet and by their atmosphere ov epidemicsgrippe and the like as well as earth quakes and storms Gravitation Qla born says is caused by the earth traveling so fast that it draws everything toy it like a train of cars as he expresses it when you stand close by the track when it is passing He says that ther is one planet visibleplanet has a volcano on One side So purocular astronomers Clayborn says this planet travels at therate of 50000 miles an hour and that the front end keeps cool while the volcano on the other side keeps up a roaring furnace It goes east end west and not around as some suppose and this to a great extent is what changes the temperature of the ifHWhatYft y asks Clayborn and then answers with this solution We receive electricity in our stom achs and it floats around and poisons our food This electricity he avers is generated by the unregulated plan et Clayborns theories hove not yeti astronomersII SEMIANNUAL DIVIDENDS 0OF OVER 5 PER CENT Clark County National Bank Doing Prosperous Business Over 43 Years Ih the story Of the Clark County FlidaysNews articlcIwaspaid an average ofmore than fiv per cent per annum dividends during factIIthat his friend Mr Curtis was coining money so rapildy BERTILLON SYSTEM FRANKFORT Kyi Feb 13The measulingIprisoners State penitentiary here and Warden Mudd will have every convict received in the future measured and identificationN materital Y the convicts has run out all are to thstripedsuitse for the unruly and dangerous pris oners THE NEWS by mall S3 a year KENTUCKY TIMBER IS SHIPPED TO NAND Two Carloads Friday Over Lexington and Eastern and More Daily The first of the seasons shipments of heavy pak ship timber from the mountain country of Eastern Ken tucky passed through here Friday over the Lexington and Eastern road en route for England via Quebec The shipment consisted of two pear toads There will be other shipments daily for some time of from four to six cars a day- Altogether about five hundred car loads of these timbers will be export ed from the country above Jackson this summer The work will be cal tied on as fast as the corps of FrenchCanadian lumbermen employ ed by Northern contractors can get the timber out of the woods down the Kentucky river by raft and to the railroad These tim ers are used for framing- in large vessel being Jwilt in En tgfeetfrom30 to 50 feet There are now about sixty carloads ready for ship ment at Jackson The rise and fall of the Kentucky river permitting the floating of the big rafts will control the rate of shipment BUft1N COMMITTEE TO AWARD CONTRACT For Furniture of New Lodge Building on February 15 The joint Building Committee of the Kof Pand Fand A M met Friday night but no special business was transacted at the meeting After a discussion of the plans for fur nishing the new building the meeting then adjourned until the 15th awardIApril 1st r SEVEN MONTHS IN WORKHOUSE Heavy Punishment Meted Out to Young Woman For Selling Whisky in Dry Town DANVILLE KyFeb 13In the Police Court yesterday Miss Nannie West was sentenced to the workhouse for seven months on charge ofselling whisky in local option territory She refused to accompany the officers to the prison untilforced FOR SALE House and lot for sale on West Broadayfiye rooms good cistern LEE J W DECK 2136teWANTEDCustomers to calland see my beautiful spring goods for suitings Over coatings and trous Clings also fancy vestings Prices moderate GEO N KOHLHASS 2132t FOR RENT Four rooms for rent Apply Miss Carrie N Wills N Maple street 212Gt FOR SALE = 104acre farm two miles of Winchester nicely located well improved good dwelling and good stock barn and outbuildings Buildings are comparatively new Make you an ideal home Price 105 per acre Must be sold inn ten days Apply J NEWT RENA KER Real Estate agent Winches ter 212lt FOR SALE CHEAP One buggy good as new JOE NUNNELLY 2122t rEagle Casting Co 1 f WINCHESTER KYr V MANUFACTURERS OF t Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Alluminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes CORNELLL ere J t s CLASSIFIED r COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word J Onehalfcent per word per inser lion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 420 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or1 more tinSnlineFOR RENT YV 3 rooms Winn ave lQ 00 2 rooms Winn ave J lOO 3 rooms Jefferson st v l7 00 4 rooms Main st Vd2 p0 8 rooms Main st K S t P90ITHE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE OR RENT Two desir = able dwellings one on Haggard street the other comer of Burns and Beckner W P AZBILL 2lllmb LOSTBunch of keys 2nigglil4heYs- and one Postoffice key Pleasjrfe turn to this office 2llrt LOST Black fur hat on Paris about one mile from Winchesleir Finder please return to Mrs JJT BIBB Winn avenue 2ll4t L FOR RENTBlacksmith shop mid 4TBoonesborough I t ithmonogramward for return to 330 South Ma pIe street WANTED rrAt once 500 skunkhid- es and other raw furs For pril ticulars address Hart Coyle 0wings ville Ky 24t LOST Black silk scarf found ion Mapli street some little timeagpi gforon Mr A H Sympson 1 r21iff FOR SALEonehalf lot 28X26 iin Winchester Cemetery J A HOL TON Home phone 8533 282t STRAYED From Pine Grove January 25th 1 red cow and 2 Heifer a marked X Iwith tar 10 reward for their return to FRAlfK STIVERS Athens Ky 12610t FOR SALE OR RENT House of Applytoavenue 283tMonWedFri stIat 21 North Maui street 265t t FOR SALECoal at 21 North Main street You will be pleased with both quality and price 119lmo FOR SALEGrocery and meat shop paying business Terms reasonable Address W A B this office 114if 7 WANTEDTo take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim- bales and rosettes MISS LUcY Coltphone 654 112lmpV FOR SALE Cheap grapho phone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf f WANTEDTo buy fnrs scrap iron and all kinds of metal Best buyer lWashmgton119lmo i FOUND Cora pin on Main street t Owner may have same by calling x at this office and pangfor adver tisement v 125ti V PUBLIC SALE Mrs E W Ramsey will at her residence on East Broad way on Saturday February JLStii expose to public sale all of her 1 household and kitchen furniture Sale at 2 oclock p m prompt 293t iI FOR SALE Will sell at public auc inon February 22nd Court Day at 2 p m at Court House five blocks two Chares each of Peopltct Mate Bank stock i JlJKRANKJN JR Bush Auctioner l28tdeod