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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4 t Y n f tit a Last Edition ff l1 NO 106 WINCHESTER KY MONDAY 1909 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A LANGLEY SAYS DONE Descendants of Indians in Administration of Their Landed YEstates r WASHINGTON Feb 1o =riurib the discussion or the Indian appro priation bill in the House Saturday Representative Langley of Kentucky made a speech on the subject of the administration of the estate of the five civilized tribes He referred morejmrticularly to the cases of the descendants of the Choctaws Chickasaws h and Cherokees many of whom live in his congressional district He reviewed briefly the legislation on the cnjjeet and contended that injustice r had been donethe descendants of these tribes not only bacts of Con gress but By the action of the exec utive officers of the Government in excluding from consideration in mak ing the final enrollemnt a number of rolls upon which he said appeared the names of the ancestors of his constituentsMr called attention to the bill which he introduced recently pro shouldbbe given the privilege of establishing their rights in the courts of the United States and insisted that some such legislation as this ou behpromptly enacted in order that the whole controversy w aieli he termed discreditable to the Government might be settled once and for all Sherman Takes Issue Upon the conclusion of Mr Lang leys address Vice Presidentelect Sherman who is chairman of the House Committee on Indian Affairs and who has charge of the Indian appropriation bill in the House took the floor and proceeded to take issue with Mr Langley on some of his statements A rather sharp and interesting colloquy ensued between them Mr Sherman contending that Mr Langley criticized unduly the Administration and the Committee on r Indian Affairs Mr Langley insisted that hs remarks had been misunder stood by Mr Sherman so far as the application of his criticisms to liis Mr Shermans committee was concerned but at the same time he re iterated his assertion that the rec ords show that injustice had been done to many claimants Mr Sher man conceded that some injustice had been done but argued that it was not of sufficient gravity to justify reopening the whole subject of the enrollment of these Indians The colloquy was of interest in that it indicated that the question of the distribution of the estate of the five civilized Indian tribes is to be the subject of further consideration in Congress Mr Langley concedes that no legislation on the subject can m be secured at this session but he says that he expects to continue the fight in the next Congress Representative Stephens of Texas who is also one of thee champions of the Indians in Congress will ad dress the House on Monday and it is understood that he will combat dome of the statements made by Mr Sherman today i ar MANY CLAIMANTS INfTHE TENTH DISTRICT f Descendants of John and Charles Harper Represented by Byrd Davis and John G Carlisle The bill introduced by the Hon John W Langley that caused the tilt between himself and Vice Pres identelect Sherman is of interest to many residents of the Tenth Ken tucky Congressional District In the early part of the last cen tury John and Charles Harper two Indians married in Wolfe county In the allotment of lands by the Gov ernment to the Indian tribes these Indians were left out and it is pro ppSed bactof Congress to give the descendants of these men the right to establish their claims in the courts Messrs Byrd Davis of this city rpresentecI several hundred of the claimants Among them being MrC S Guy of this city Hon John G Carlisle represents some of the heirs It is said that the estates will now amount to many mil lions of dollars A stingy man should be grateful thetf peopIa are not as st g as h is otherwise he conlcbiMrjdorso well i i t r t i ii i u 1ARGEST O CIRCULATION INtt1NCNESTER AI CLARI COUNTY i rUE WINCHESTERNEWS IVO FEBRUARY WIttI INJUSTICE GOSSIP FOR BASEBALL FANS Four Teams Want Ingles Winches 4Crack Short Stop t fNew Man Signed By U R A Fanr rThere is an ample sufficiency doing in base ball circles just at present lof the big teams are busy getting the signatures of their players and the managers of the Blue Grass League are also on the hustle Sec retary Phillips received a letter Sat urday from manager Horn stating that he had signed fielder by the hare of Catignani It is safe to say that if this gentleman gets on the team his name trill never be spelledcorrectly He will either go by the name of Cat or Cato but it matters not what his name is if he can deliver the goods and Horn says that he can and the fans will bank as follows V All Eyes on Ingles All he managers of the league have their eyes on Ingles who played short for us last year Ingles will undoubtedly be one of the best if not the best short stop m the league this year He is as swift as lightning and a fast and accurate fielder With these qualifications lie is bound to be of albready applied to Winchester to know if we were going to sign him but the management has announced to them all that Ingles has been signed and will be found doing duty for Win chester at short field next year Holiday Games The Schedule Committee announ ced the holiday games which will be as folows Fourth of July morning games Winchester at Richmond Lexington at Paris Frankfort at Shelbyville Afternoon gamesParis at Lex ington Richmond at Winchester Shelbyille at Frankfort Two games will be played on Dec laration Day af follows Shelbyville at Lexington Winches ter at Frankfort Richmond at Paris Games Open April 27 The association will open on April 27th and Winchester will have the pleasure of opening its grounds with Paris and therefore the first scalp which manager Horn will hang to his belt will be that of the Parisians Probable Line Up With all of the teams except Win chester it is quite problematical what will be the line up as Shelby ville Frankfort Richmond and Lex ington have anywhere from seventeen to twenty men under contract Paris has just begun but she will soon have a big bunch Under the bylaws of the league each team has until the 15th of May to complete its roster at which date the pay roll of the en tire team shall not exceed 750 Winchester will have the advantage of the other teams in that her play ers have played together for two seasons and the culling process willnot be so great with manager Horn as with the other managers The prop able line up of Horns Pennant Winners will be as follows Catcher Horn and Peck Pitchers Tony Chapman Har wood and Curran First base Campbell Second base Kbller or Mitchell or Catiganaui Short stop Ingles Third base Goosetree Left fielder Schmidt Center field McAllister Right field Ellis or Wyatt ASplendid Sticker Manager Horn writes that he is about to close a deal with a player who was signed by the Brooklyn Na tional League and played about twelve games with them He writes that this man is a magnificent infielder and a splendid sticker and will be a tower of strength to the team if he can land it He gave the name o fthe player to Secretary Phillips but it will not be divulged until the team has secured the big stars sig nature to a contract Improving Park The management is making preparations for vastly improving the park and are expecting the Canvassing Committee to sell at least 100 shares more of stock before the season op ens At a meeting held Saturday night it was decided that it would be impracticable and in fact impossi panducted L 1i ij f t t 1ffl1u w3 NE Iin = ==MISS MARY GARRETT AND SUFFRAGETTE HEADQUARTERS IN WASHINGTONt The woman suffragists have obtained control of the house at 1823 H street Washington where they have established national headquarters The movement is hereafter to be directed from that place Miss Mary Garrett the wealthiest single woman in Baltimore was larger responsible for the purchase of the Washington house and has contributed heavily to the cause POSTOFFICE TO 8E- e OPEN ON HOLIDAY Patrons Can Secure Mail Washing tons Birthday Between 10 a m and 2p m Washingtons birthday comes this year on Monday This is unfortun ate as it materially effects the rural mail service Time mail accumulates in the local office from Saturday un til Tuesday when it goes out on the routes Monday next the 22 is county court day and white it is a le gal holiday the postoffice will be open for all kinds of business from 10a m to 2 p m and Citrons of the rural routes can call Li he Broad way entrance to the postoffice and get their ma- ilRUAR MEETING OF MEDICAL SOCIETY Decides to Rent Room In New Fra ternity Building as Per manent Headquarters c The regular monthly meeting of the Clark County Medical Society was held in the court house Saturday morning at 10 oclock Most of the session was taken up in the trans action of routine business and after this was finished a very interesting paper was read on Pneumonia by Dr W C Worthington His paper was thoroughly enjoyed by his hear ersrIt was decided at the meeting that the society rent a room in the new K of Pand Masonic fraternity building to be used as a meeting place for the society After this the meet ing then adjourned to hold Its next meeting the second Saturday in March The man who is always trying to findout something about others learns so much that isnt truer tHe accommodation and the h gh class sport to which they are entitled unless the club could sell at least one hundred shares more of stock The Canvassing Committee agreed that they would start out fresh and see what they could get The teams in the other cities of the Blue Grass have raised anywhere from 2500 to 3500 while Winchester has not reached 2000 Winchester wants to be up and a little ahead of any of the other towns in the league and the citizens of this town isill certainly come around all right t f BIG MORTGAGE FROM RAILROAD COMPANY Document States That Mortgage is Made For Issual of 3000000 In Gold Bonds A mortgage for 30000000 from the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company to The United States Mort gage and Trust Company of New Yorkand William H White of Rich mond Virginia wqs filed in the of fice of the County Clerk here Sat urday The document states that the mortgage is made for the issual of general funding and improvement mortgage gold bonds of the amount of 1000 each to the amount of 30000000 The mortgage or deed of trust is made by the railroad company upon lallor any of its railways property and franchises now owned or here after acquired which mortgage is to be in addition to other mortgages now on the railroad property with the exception of another general equip ment and improvement mortgage of 10000000 dated 1907 and will bear interest at five per cent This is the biggest mortbgaga that has ever been fijed in this county The bookbform and contains 91 pages PUZZLE CONTEST YF CLOSES TUESDAY Jouetts Insurance Agency Will Give Five Dollars For the First Correct Answer- S Jouetts Insurance Agency Puzzle advertisement will be published for the last time today and Tuesday The puzzle is easy to work if you will give it ten minutes of your time and fivedollarsfirst r The Editor ofthe Puzzle Depart ment will open all answers Tuesday night and if possible the result will be announced in Wednesdays edition of The News i f MEETING POSTPONED On account of the illness of some of the members the meeting of the joint Building Committee of the K of Pand F ndA Mo bnilding was not held Monday morning The meeting Will be held spmeiiamer later on in tbeiveek r r II f FIRE DESTROYS FLORIDA HOTEL Sleeping Guests Escape Without Mis V hap Woman in Frenzy of Fear Bites Clerk Daytona Fla Feb 15The Hotel Clarendon at Sea Breeze one of the largest resort hotels on the east coast together with ten cottages adjoining the house was totally de stroyedtby fire The 215 guests who were asleep at the time were saved without injury and many were able to gather up most of their belongings When the blaze was first discov ered the night clerk rushed the help to each room notifying guests who made their way hurriedly to the streets At one time the blaze ap peared to be under control but the wind shifted and 51t broke out anew and in less than threequarters of an hour the entire building was burned The ten cottages owned by H R Kqchersperger caught from parks and all were burning at the same time The hotel help was panicstricken and the clerks could do nothing with them one woman biting the clerk badly on the hand The hotel was a wooden structure valued at 200000 and was insured for about 40 per cent The streets about the hotel are stacked with trunks suit cases bed ding and furniture STORM KING VISITS 01110 Traffic In Northern Part of State Tied Up by Sleet and Ice Cleveland 0 Feb 15One of the most sleet storms experienced in several years paralyzed the tele graph telephone and trolley wires and seriously interfered with railway traffic throughout northern Trees were loaded down with ice and hundreds of telegraph and telephone poles are down Communication by wire with many towns in the north western part of the state is completely shut off At Sandusky the trolley wires were down and the city was without street and interurban car service The steam lines were ham pered by the dispatchers being un able to communicate with train crewsThe damage to wire equipment has been large and it will require many days to restore the normal condition Many villages are in darkness as a result of the damage to the illuminat ing wires A Sleet Deluges Southwest Kansas City Mo Feb 15r Zero weather and a nasty sleet and snow storm prevailed in the southwest All over Kansas the fall of sleet was heavy causing delay to traffic and wire communication In Oklahoma the storm began with a rain followed by a sudden drop jof 48 degrees in temperature Sleet and snow fell al most continuously for many hours Railroad traffic is at a standstill in many places SHOCKS ARE FREQUENT Professor Thrown to Ground Pre dicts Long Period of Quakes Reggio Feb 15Earth shocks more or less strong have been ex perienced here Professor Alfani di rector of the Florence observatory while just about to step Into a train for Naples was thrown violently to the ground by what seined to be an unusually severe shock Peasants rushed to assist him to his feet and they anxiously inquired concerning the danger of further earthquakes He replied Be calm my children that was a quake of the fifth degree You must not be frightened by these shocks for we will them for two years more Firemen Rescue Women Toledo 0 Feb 15With the wind blowing a and driving sleet In their faces firemen carried 18 women down ladders to safety when a blaze routed out the tenants In a fourstory apartment house at the corner of Ad ams and Seventeenth streets No one was injured The property loss was about 5000 GOES OVER TRtSTLE One Killed Several Injured In Louis lana Train Wreck Baton Rouge La Feb 5Afreight train on the Louisiana Rail way Navigation companys line was wrecked near here plunging from a trestle for a distance of 35 feet to the ground below killing one and injur ing six four of them perhaps fatally Ohio Inventor Dies Springfield O Feb 15fohn F Russell 71 an inventor of national reputation died here following a stroke of apoplexy Mr Russell was associated with William N Whitely years ago dn the perfection of the modern reaper t i t t aF J r C 9 i iti Snow and Colder in Moun r tams l1y MrM + ww 15 had severe Ohio have gale FROHATi WIFE SEPARATE Theatrical Manager Makes Announce ment and Says That They Have Had No Trouble New York Feb 15 Daniel Froh man the theatrical manager issued a statement in which he announced that Mrs Frohman who was Miss Margaret Illlngton the actress and himself had decided upon a separa divorcerecoveringherfrom her arduous work on the stage Mr and Mrs Frohman were married in November 1903 Mr Frofi man made public his statement an pouncing the separation at his home here The statement follows u Mr and Mrs Daniel Frohman have decided upon a separation with a view to an ultimate divorce Mrs Frohman and I agreed to this recently She desires to take up her resi CaliforniaIand where she has always been well even when acting She has retired permanently from the profession and will remove with her parents to the Pacific coast where their relatives reside and will live with them There is no scandal involvedin this disagreementno man or woman is the cause of it In fact the arrangement is far more amicable than hostile on either part The decision was arrived at recently Mrs Froh man though in good physical health is at present resting at a health resort in California Sights Wreck at Sea Pensacola Fla Feb 15 The oceangoing tug Simpson reported passing about 100 miles east of Pen sacola the wreck of a large schooner Thq vessel was partially submerged masts gone and the deck swept clear with no signs of life aboard Owing- to the nature of the coast at this point it is believed that the crew were drowned NIAGARA IS DRY Wind Holds Back Water and Ice Gorges Are Formed Niagara Falls Feb 150n17 a tiny rivulet not deep nor swift enough to carry a pulp log over the brink Is flowing over the American side of Ni agara Falls A strong northeast wind which has blown since Friday has held back the water and allowed the ice to gain a foothold Two employes of the American reservation walked from Prospect Point nearly ta Bath island They desisted front completing the trip merely because they did not care to get their feet wet the stream at one point being a few inches above the top of their bootsThis is only the third time that this combination of wind and ice has thus affected the falls since the white man came here The other occasions were on March 291848 and March 22 1903 King Menelik Back on Job Berlin Feb 15A dispatch to a German news agency from Addis Abeba says that King Menelik has returned from his pilgrimage and Is IB the best of health REMEMBER THE DEAD House of Representatives Holds Me mortal Services For Members Washington Feb 15Three mem bers of congress who led during the first session of the present congress were eulogized in a special session of the house of representatives They were Senator William Pinkney Whyte of Maryland Representative Parker of South Dakota and Representative Abraham L Brick of Indiana Fifteen addresses were delivered Representa tive Overstreet of Indiana presiding To Stop Lawlessness In Hills Jackson Ky Feb 15A formal call has been issued here for a great mass meeting of delegates from 42 counties in eastern Kentucky to gather here on Friday April 20 and take action to stop lawlessness in the eastern Kentucky mountains Strong resolutions were adopted at a meet ing held here In which each county was asked to appoint five delegates and they state that capital has goes kept out of the mountains by reason of the feuds moonshine dlstilllms adother lawlessness and that this must stop t Smoke Frightens Quests New York Feb iLThree tJMN dred and fifty guests of the Algon quin hotel left their rooms la their night clothes and sought safety in the hotel lobby when smoke from a fire In a rear nestory extension drifted Into the building The extenskm which was used II a restaurant was destroyed but the betel proper irai h Miharmed Tfee damage wa JiWflL 4 1tf I t r j Ploe Twos THE WINCHESTER NEWS r PUBLIC SALE o- fLandp Stock Farm Implements Etc willoffer for sale publicly on the farm of G G Prewitt on the Mt Sterling pike about seven miles from Winchester o- nThursdayFebl8 at lo oclock a m the following property 2 work mars i good saddle horse 2 sixyearold horse mutes 1 fiveyearold mare mule 8 milch cows fresh in March 8 yearling steers 8 yearling heifers i yoke of oxen 1 14 good ewes lambing 2 new McCormick grass seed strippers r new McEwan stripper i new mowing machine i ner Mc Cormick hay rake 3 twohorse w gons i Columbus buggy i surj rey i Ky disc wheat drill i disc harrow i twohorse corn planter with check rower i Bemis tobacco setter i single ratchet tobacco press 5 breaking plows 6 double shovel plows 2 1 horse cultivators 2 2 horse cultivators 1 disc plow I disc cultivator 1 steel land roller 31 wheat fan 1 corn sheller 1 steel dirt scraper 2 sets wagon harness 3 set wagon harness heavy leather traces Lot of plow gear collars etc Lot shovels 2 diggers 2 wire stret chers Picks rock drills crowbars r sledge hammers carpenter tools 3110gsleds Cider mill Cutting box 2 J sets buggy harness Pole and straps for surrey Household and kitchen furnitureTERMSMade known on day of sale On the same date will he offered for sale publicly 34 acres of unimproved land owned by Mrs E D Tau- ladaoinintthe Prewitt farm MATT TOOHEY Jonas R Bush Auct rr Pretty Women I Every time I wait on an unusually QodlookIng welldressed woman said the girl behind the counter someone steps up the minute she leaves the counter and asks who she is Iv sup pose in most cases the curiosity Is en tirely Charmless Maybe the inquirers aimllYjh Tea passion lor spotting rich or famous people Judging by the ap pearance ftLzny customer they suppose herr to be rich or famous or both and they appeal tome for information Naturally I cant give them any Very tea I really do not know who my stylish customers are and even if I do know it isnt my place to set curious trackiPay High Rent for Saloons Of all the high rents paid in New York cityUe highest are fA by aalooas wfcick are taxed about jdoubte wkat xoal4 be got from any other busIi ii for the same premises GREAT CIVIC NEED That of Interesting Children In Im provement Work What Is needed along the line of im provement work u phase too often overlooked is to educate und develop taste In the child regarding civic beau generationIresults need not be feared The pres ent weakness lies in the fact that but few are Interested and the vast ma jority are indifferent through igno rance Could the first principles of this grand work be taught to school chil dren as a body the work of beautify- Ing in the future would prove a simple and easy task Had the children of the past generation been educated in improvement work there would be no need now of maintaining a constant never ending fight for street trees and other features of the work without which beautiful cities cannot be had In dealing with the subject at school it is not necessary to delve Into detail but the pupils should be instructed in the fundamentals This interest cannot be created by the stuffing process which is the weakness of the present day common schools but should be developed in the child so that he can perceive appre elate and discover beauty and excellence and the best means to such ends The curriculum of the common school has not been of late years sufficiently changed to meet the demands of the present day development In regard to public improvement and when reaching mature years or upon leaving school this phase of life is to him a closed book School training should aim to impart somewhat of culture and taste especially during the later years of attendance and this in turn would be transferred to the home and public works so that there would soon be an army of protestants against slovenly municipal housekeeping that would prove equally potent in public life with the Improved methods and conditions brought about at home NOVEL REFORMING SCHEME How an Indiana Town GotRid of Its Professional Loafers If Owensville Ind ever had professional loafers it has none nowat least in sight according to advices from that progressive little Indiana town A newspaper of the place of fered a prize fbr the best essay on the subject The Loafer The terms pro vided that submitted articles should be required to give the characteristics of the professional loafer High school students became Interested in the contest and planned observing tours through the business district of the town which would afford opportunities to study the characteristics of the feK low who roasts his shins behind the stove at the corner grocery from morn ing until night and who obtains his noonday lunch from the nearby cracker box and pickle barrel The proposed tours caused much talk and led to a marked reform New when the bell rings Xprr the close of school those whg are in the habit of meeting in the corp grocery make a bee line for homo or some other hiding place Whats the matter Sam Gob home pretty early aint you1 asked a gr6cert as one of the idlers hurried out oC the store tDont want npne of them literalry felled writin me down as a loafer Gbln home before they come He went adso have gone all the other corner grocery statesmen Since the students IbeBanthis practical quest for specimens Cabby and His Fare Cabby is the same ihwotld over When you come to ply you are sole conYiacedrTraVel Magazine j t l h I TREES FOR SIEEIS Advice on Planting and Properly Caring For Them VALUE OF MUNICIPAL CONTROL Best Way to Secure Adequate Gen eral Tree Beauty Says an Authority Choice of Trees Most Important Why Systematic Planting Pays An authority on the planting proper care of and regulation of street trees who strongly favors municipal regula tion of the trees says Investigation will show that in no other way can adequate general tree beauty be secured It is the universal practice abroad to have the trees cared for by the municipal authorities and not by the individual property owners It cannot be said that the tree really benefits primarily the person who lives near it tIe receives an incidental ben efit but the tree adds to or detracts from the value of the street generally more than it does the value of the property which it fronts UIn the United States the cities which show the best trees have almost uniformly municipal control with the exception of some eastern cities where public sentiment amounts to the same thing Washington has the best ordered and best maintained trees in America There are some 93000 of these all planted municipally rind cared for mu nicipally There liasueen great atten tion to the planting of proper trees in uniform shapethat Is a- scertain street will have nothing but hofse chestnuts another nothing but English syca mores another nothing but tulip trees There are whole avenues devoted to splendid oaks some splendid avenues of elms and maples an occasional street showing Carolina poplars and some more plantings of the pliIoak In each case it is a solid street of a tree and the effect Is exceedingly good No such effect could be produced by individual initiative for one man would want an elm and another a Carolina poplar and possibly another a horse chestnut None of these trees might be the right trees for that par ticular place and thus the following of individual preference would be making patchwork of the street In considering trees for city streets the width of the streets and the use of the streets must be taken into account The primary purpose of streets is to serve commerce and business and not to serve as a nursery or park The park and tree adornment should add to the comfort the convenience and the health but it is an adjunct to the general use of the street Therefore such trees must be chosen as will promote the best use of the streets Obviously this means that on narrow streets it ItI not proper to put a tree which has the habit of spreading out into a wide head The round compact form of the Texas umbrella tree does not suggest that It is a good tree for a narrow street whereas the vase form and height of the elm does at once suggest It as a proper tree for narrow streets and indeed for most wide streets for it grows up and out of the wayand its limbs reach over in a most attractive fashion Some of the cities in New Jersey have undertaken to regulate trees and to plant trees municipally The best examples are in Newark and East Or ange both of which cities are succeeding admirably in their efforts The tendency is to plant from twenty to forty feet apart to stagger the rows on either side always to dig a deep hole and fill with good soil and set the tree with an adequate stake afterward protecting It with a simple guard usually made of chicken wire so that horses cannot gnaw It Much care is being given toward keeping the tree in proper shape without having its bark torn by improper guards or by the tying to fasten it to the necessary stake In East Orange N J all street trees are pruned to a uniform height a height that will permit the unim peded passage of vehicles and will allow all street lights to be seen at night Few things are more important in the care of trees than proper prun ing The cut should be made close to and even with the trunk When prun ing is properly done the scar will heaL When short stumps are left they dry and rot prevent the wound from heal ing and carry decay Into the trees Even from a financial point of view the systematic planting and care of trees on streets would prove a paying investment Many cases are known where bare land of superior value has sold at ar much less price than inferior land with the frontage aligned with street trees For all purposes but tho growing of crops street trees are of more Importance and value to theland than quality of soil Newcomers nre not attracted to a tows toy garish Bbadelpss streets any more than they jije by dirty or poorly paved streef Insanitary conditions or other forms Af slovenly civic housekeeping f Rural School Garden Suggestion In rural to murtitlcS 1d ofcbn ducting miniature vegetable or flower gardens it might be better to secure gassesIorthe students to undertake small exper InjentSiwbtch hilt havefortheirchief end the development of the faculties ut obserratJon Different methods of tillage and fundamental rlmciplcs of llDthCie1tpertm h JAPANESE SHADES Novel Effects Produced With Stencil ing and Transparent Paper Novel effects In candle shades may be produced by combining stencil pat erns cut from white drawing paper with Japanin or Japanese transparent paper The latter may be obtained at a wholesale paper house or at kinder garten supply stores It comes in a fascinating variety of beautiful col ors shades and tints and often when a certain tone is desired colors may be laid one upon the other and the effect produced Ina miniature way this work is like stained glass Buy a candle shade lining with silk fringe at any department store Rip INOLOVERDESIGN the seam and lay on the white draw ing paper for a pattern Draw around It with a pencil then decide on the design simple or intricate as you please This Is first drawn with a pencil and then given a broad outline with water color paint in some neutral tint preferably a dark grayish green If bands are desired at the top and bottom put on a smooth wash of the color chosen Now comes the time when a small pair of sharply pointed scissors are most necessary for the Inside of all the flowers and leaves must be cut out leaving only a skeleton of veins stamens and pistils The slender stems are simply painted with green paint as they are too taffy to be executed In any other form The cen ters of the flowers are also painted yellow with a touch of dark brown or green After cutting away the in side of the flowers and leaves p1race the stencil pattern upon the Japanese paper chosen and draw around one flower or leaf Take for instance the daisy pattern that is shown Fold the piece of transparent paper into eight thicknesses leaving the penciled form on top as they are all alike Cut eight at once quite a little outside the pat ern Now we come to the pasting of the transparent flowers and leaves on the A DAISY PATTERN underside of the shade Gum traga canth and a flatiron are indispensable at this stage of the work The gum is pure white so that the flowers and leaves of the Japanin may be covered with it without hurting the surface of the paper In any way Much pressing with the flatiron is necessary and insures success Use a stronger glue to paste the shade together and the work is done The finished shade may be used with or without a lining but the little silk fringe on a store made lining adds greatly to its glory Good House keeping Growth of School Gardens Not only In well known centers but in remoter localities the school garden movement is taking root and this suggests a satisfactory outcome the result of which will be not only the higher culture of our future dOzens for there Is nothing llko ah understanding and appreclotlnnof nattrretcrlmiJartr this culture but It may also lead to a better distribution of our population Once impart to the child a loveof ctinnotl1tQlarid i s b ol gardening mostSrlttifyingI the inieaee ot this work is refining and uplifting It brings teachers and seraI more sympathet ic touch by their mutual loveoft ttfn r It i d selfDace tidflCommn Qrerille No man was ever so mush tettfrcd bf another as by himself DIRECTORY Kentucky According to the last census Ken lucky has population of 2147174 The area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Northwesterlydirection struction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources for many years The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in creased Itwould seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util ities until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supply of timber is limited but there is enough to last for many years to comeWe have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square miles Other min erals await development Natural gas and oil in paying quantities are being developed in many localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky than in other States in 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 870Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cents on tiMe 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 Tobacco is raised in large quantitiesAll that are adapted to the climate can lraised with profit The census of 1900 eave 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 ScotfclReuick 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 andLick ing Rivers has water works elec tric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located af Winchester The fire department is one of the best in the State The assessed valuation of all property including franchises 4692499 The tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty cents for city and fifty cents for schools The COLNandLErail- roads center at Winchester the geographical location and shipping facilities make the city a desirable location for factories New concerns are given five year exemption from taxation The Commercial Cub will take pleasure in giving information City Officers J A Hughes Mayor- S B Tracy Clerk il Fv H Haggard Attorney FiPi Peniletpnvf Jildge t Riland D Eamsej r Goliwetar 3 B Reese Assessor eat jo r CALL ON NELSON The Transferlan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94- Hight Phone 339 Conkwriglii Transfer and Ice W Crating Handling and Fur niture Pianos EtCi Specialty NO 19 North Meta StrMt Beth FfcMM WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY MSC H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repalrri DRY CLEANING AND- DYEING A SPECIALTY N W Cor Main and Fair- PazHACAN GAS AN- DASLINE EnoSnes J SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantet WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Caskll THE Clark County Rational Banfc MAIN ST EETrWinbatlf ReinbaelC CapItal OOOOO Surplus 100000Undivided Profits3a000 isthesooonnhPROFESSiOnAL CARDS J J M STEV SON ttorney At Law 60 S tfaln VJinohester Ky CENDLETON fctH BjJSK Attorneys At Law uU S Main St Winches c sty SEE OILBERTBOTTOii o Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE FLOCK s vsiil GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with fnice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas HaganW- inchesterjKy Cor Broadway and Highland Police 1JChiefMalt Deputies Corral Azbill Albert Tanner John Ballard V Board of Council First ward Shirley HaddenWV Y Hackett si Second wardA R Martin Tl 1l S5tThirdi Fourth wardl D Jones Fifth WardG D McGullumSi1 Dinelli Trr1 Board of Education i ir G W Strother Presiiien V V t c H Rees Secretrfry H W Scrivener Treasurer Harrr Ecfon J It Cqrnett W A Adams J K AtianY f JamesHisle Zeus Bruce N K Fogter Brtf Departmtnt vV A Ri Baldwi Chief fl Jno W Harding Secretary 1T i 1iL WiUr et Tr s i 1 I J I r 1II-r J THE WINCHESTERNEWSanti Thnt 1 WINNING PUBLICITY What Can Be Done by Judicious v Advertising BRINGS SHOPPERS AND TRADE jValue of Attractive and Extensive Ad vertising as Proved by Successful Venture of Enterprising Storekeeper Print Prices Use Plenty of Space Many merchants who pay for space fall to receive desired results because thc advertising Is so poorly arranged as to attract little attention and not impress those who read it Sometimes the printer fails to make the right kind readingDUill right the display is such as to be unattractiveIt well to present prices in your space Pick out seasonable goods and make a run on a few spe cialites It requires only a little thought to fix up a few exceptional bargains in certain lines of goods These should not be sold at a loss but at a good profit if the matter be man- agedL rightly The principal thing de- siredp is to get the people to call at the Store and when they call be sure to make good and prove that your ad- vertisementI means all that it represented If you advertise cheap canned goods cheap anything and you know the goods are cheap not up to the standard of such articles tell the ple so and have something just a little better and tell them the difference There is little use in advertising to attract people to your store and then fall down in the salesmanship part The fact that one calls at your store andasks to see certain kinds of goods As evidence that that person is in the market to buy and it is your business to supply his wants Not long ago in a western town of some 7000 population the merchants had an illustration of what can be done by judicious advertising The proprietor of a clothing and dry goods store decided that he would add a grocery department This met with the disapproval of other merchants in the town particularly the grocers They combined and commenced an advertising campaign directed chiefly against him Small space was used They were greatly surprised one morn ing to find that the object of their at tention had in the daily paper a four page advertisement They were fur ther surprised when the weeklies of the surrounding towns came out with one and two page advertisements of fering wonderful bargains and to pay the railroad fare of those who would purchase a certain amount of goods For miles around the town large posters announced the great sale m Other merchants of the town looked upon the venture as foolish and pre dicted that there was something wrong a failure or a fire in sight Neither but in two weeks time the enterprising storekeeper who advertised to sell twentysix pounds of granulated sugar for a dollar when the jobbing price was more than5 a hun dred provided the purchaser ordered other goods did a business amounting to more than 16000 or as much busi ness as the average small storekeeper does in a year Not alone that but is e still doing the biggest business in the town He advertised rightly Ag ricultaral Southwest How Women Work For Better Towns What are the women doing in the way of municipal housekeeping In Massachusetts they had nine bills before the last legislature in Pennsylva nia about the same number and at least half a dozen in most of the other statesfor child labor Juvenile courts better conditions for women wage earners temperance legislation vaca tion schools pure food school savings banks civil service reform better pay lor teachers girls industrial schools women factory Inspectors childrens matronstfor the betterment of the community not one for not a job of any kind all clean wholesome much need ed laws Ida Husted Harper in De llneator Value of Shade Trees Shade trees should be planted in towns and cities and enough of th pavement should be removed to let these trees grow Many old families in New England towns owe not a little of their longevity to their shade trees The healthiest folk are In the northwest where there are most clouds It is well to get away from the erroneous traditional opinion brought to the United States from cloudy northern Europe that sunlight Is good for people In a measure it is in excess fatal- Watchword For Tradesmen Organization is the watchword of the day It is the part of system It means force and economy A sing1 twigcan be easily bent and broken A bundle tied together has strength that defies the efforts of a giant The same in organization One merchant one tradesman In any line cannot bring about needed reforms It requires united action and this action can only be had when there Is perfect and harmonious organization Good Way to Attract Trade A merchant to be successful must pt depend on his regular trade alone but must be constantly reaching out after new customers Make your store so attractive that when a new family comes to town the first place they Trill want to go will be to your store SURE REMED FOR HICCOUGKC clence at Last Has Devised Cure for Troublesome Complaint Did you ever take nine swallows ot water to cure the hiccoughs Do you remember the time someone scared the hiccoughs away by telling you of a whipping due for some meanness Well science has been studying hic coughs and caught the hiccoughs by the nape pf the neck The nine swallows of water had a little science in it and so did the scare cure The scientific hiccough cure consists in pressing down to numbness the nerve that connects the stomach heart lungs and brain the pneumogastric nerve The pressure partially and locally paralyzes this nerve and of necessity the hiccoughing must cease Have the hiccoughing patient sit down and be at ease with the muscles of the neck relaxed as much as pos sible Grasp both sides of the neck somewhat toward the back part and press down steadily and as hard as the subject may permit for about one min ute having the patient work thehead from side to side Within about one minute the nerve will be numbed and rested and the spasmodic motion will coase It may require longer pressure la some cases but the result is sure if patience is maintained COULD INTRODUCE THEM ALL One Guest at Least at Dinner Party Who Knew the Host In a volume lately published In Lon don Piccadilly to Pall Mall there is this queer anecdote of the vagaries of social life in the capital Some years ago an eminent personage accepted or suggested a dinner with a certain millionaire at that time compara tively unknown The first guest to ar rive having explained to the butler that being unacquainted with his host he would wait till some one else came who could Introduce him lingered in the hall The second was in the same predicament as were the third fourth fifth and other guests up to the ninth who chanced to be the eminent personage himself Upon the dilemma being explained to him he cheerfully said Oh come along with me I will Introduce you alllknow him Mental Suggestion for Health Suggestible as is the conscious mind the subconscious is still more so Now we know that at least twice a day we all have brief periods during wihch the subconscious is in evidence and during which therefore we are especially suggestible These two pe riods are those immediately preceding and immediately succeeding sleep We are then in a halfwaking and half sleeping condition and any suggestion offered to the mind In that state is in some inexplicable way taken up by the brain mechanism and realized Let the worrier then use well these few minutes at night and in the morn- Ing by saturating his brain with sug gestions that make against worry and that make for peace poise and nerv ous balanceRev S S McComb in Harpers Bazar Opposed All Education The Abecedarians were the followers of one Nikolaus Storch a clothmaker of Wittenberg who flourished In 1522 He proclaimed fanatical views that are commonly called Anabaptist and soon gathered a considerable follow ingThe foundation of their faith was that it was best not to know how to read since the Holy Spirit would con vey knowledge of the Scriptures direct ly to the understanding They con tended therefore that as education might be a hindrance to salvation it must be avoided as a pest They en couraged pupils to desert the schools and universities and take up humble trades The Skylarks Song The skylark of England does not sing in winter but in the early days of spring the great flocks of these birds break up and they go in pairs to hunt for places to build their nests and rear their young It is then that the song of the bird Is heard In all its sweetness While the motherbird is sitting on her nest her mate often rises in the air and with quivering wing mounts straight upwards so far ineme pours forth his rich and beautiful song ceas ing only as he descends again to the nest His Favorite GameBird At a dinner one day says a writer In the Philadelphia Public Ledger some men were discussing the merits of different kinds of gamebirds One preferred canvasback duck another woodcock and still another thoughts quail the most delicious article of food The discussion and the dinner ended at about the same time Now Frank said one of the men eto the waiter at his elbow what kind of game do you like best Well suh to tell the truf almost any kind of game suits me but what I like bes is an American eagle served 1on a silber dollarYouths Compan ion The Irony of Fate An old Jewish woman on the East side of New York was bewailing the plight of her daughter who had Just been left a wldaw with a large fam ily with no one to depend upon for support but her own parents Oi oi ot bewailed the old anThat my daughters should die and leafe her with seven girls and their granfader In theboya cloding plsuness CONQUEROR OF TOMMY BURNS Jack Johnson is the new heavywe ight champion of the world as the re suit of his victory over Burns at Syd ney Australia recently Johnson is the first colored man to hold the title and Jeffries has again gone into train ing with the intention of wresting it f rom him if possible WARNER SUGGESTS CHANGES IN THE FOOTBALL RULES Coach of Carlisle Indians Would Eliminate Forward Pass and Modify Restrictions The changes proposed in the football rules for next season upon which there is unanimity of opinion are two innumberFirstThat the forward pass should be changed in order to bring about more kicking in the regular forward pass formations and that the other restrictions upon its use should be greatly modifie- dSecondThat the value of a field goal should be reduced The most pronounced advocate of changes in the forward pass is Glenn S Warner of the Carlisle Indians Warner has probably done more to develop the forward pass than any other man in the coaching business and whatever he suggests is entitled to respectful attention Warners most radical suggestion in this connection is that the committee should abolish the rule which provides that the for ward pass shall always cross the line of scrimmage five yards from center There is no doubt that this change would be weloomed everywhere for there is hardly a single championship game played in which one or more touchdowns are not disallowed on this account And when such a decision is made the dissatisfaction is deep Michigans coaches have not yet got ten over their anger at a decision of this kind which took away from them their only touchdown against Pennsyl vania in 1907- Warner has one more suggestion to the effect that the forward pass be eliminated altogether and that a rule be passed permitting a kicked ball to be caught on the fly by either side This Warner says would eliminate the basket ball feature of the game and would make it football in reality Another change the Indian coach suggests is that the rule makers repeal the provision that the runner in tak ing the ball on a direct pass go five yards outside of center valueoflong been a feeling that such legis lation should be passed some even contending that two points are enough for a goal from field The demand for this change became stronger than ever last fall because of the great in crease in the nnmber of field goals especially goals from placement The increase in kicking has been received with pleasure in all sections The committee may feel that reducing the value of the field goal from four points to two or even reducing it all would be unwise at this time But if the kickers continue to score as consist ently as during 1907 some reduction will have to be made sooner or later WINTER BASEBALL NOTES The salary limit in the ThreeI league is 1600 Spike Shannon has been purchased by the Stockton Cal outlaw club George McBride has signed a Wash ington contract for next stason Arthur Irwin says that Joe Ward will be another Jerry Dennyalso that Jack Knight is now good enough to play short for anybodys club John Ganzel would like to get Pat tee for Rochester butLumley thinks the infielder will be a star this season While Charley Sweeney made the strikeout recordl9the greatest fanning performance in history was that of Ramsay at Cleveland June 21 1887 That was the year wh n four strikes went and Ramsay fanned 17 of the Cleveland team under this handicap That was going some and thensome more Lave Cross drew 450 a month In the Atlantic league last season and won a flagrJiggs Donohue to manage the Chicago White Sox next year Is the latest dope from the Windy City This Is reported to be the program if Field er Jones Is serious in his announce ment to quit the game Roger Bresnahans brother who Is said to be a promising catcher will be springRussager claims that Hillebrand of Princeton who refused to Join the fast com everdwould have had Rusie buffaloed Uh had wished to stay in the game y1 n TWO UMPIRES NECESSARY SAYS TOMMY CONNOLLY IndicatorWielder Believes Double System Has Long Been Needed Umpire Tommy Connolly is not of those who think that two umpires are not as good as one He knows full well that the game has become so fast that it is impossible for one umpire to do better work than two or see as much as one man sees It may well be alonecansharply and close by first and third bags That sort of thing is fairly im possible An umpire working alone is liable to run into extrainning games at any time Again pne of the best arguments for the adoption of the double umpire systems a man has all he wants to dp to preside at a single game let alone the working in doublp headers that often crowd thick and fast especially if an adverse spell of bad weather is encountered I believe that Boston once had games postponed for four successive days and that left something piled up The money spent to allow no loophole in the matter of umpiring is well spent Umpires of the Connolly stamp certainly earn all the money that is paid to them It may not be generally known but it was Tom Connolly who first sug gested the idea of ruling that the pitcher must not discolor the ball before pitching Connolly is ever on the lookout for anything that will tend to quicken and shorten the game and so he noticed what a delay there was in the delivery of the new ball by a pitcher after the ball was handed to him and he thought if the pitcher could bemade to deliver the ball with out being allowed to stoop and rub it what a good thing it would be for the game It took some time to adopt the suggestion but it finally went through The ball is now finished without the gloss sd that the pitcher has no trou ble at all in handling the ball The foul strike rule certainly had the merit of quickening the game no matter what one may say The next good move was to prevent the pitcher from delaying the gameso it is no wonder at all now that games are put through very quickly AUSTRALIAS FIGHT PROMOTER WHD2Hugh D McIntosh promoted and acted as referee for the recentJohnson heavyweight championship fight at Sidney and he is the most prominent sporting man in Australia He is known all over that country as a fair and square sport and although only 32 years of age he Is a recog nized sporting authority It was he who made possible the enormous purse that was guaranteed Burns and Johnson He is a Justice of the peace Turks Taking to Baseball Among the evidences of the rapid westernization of the Turkslsthe enthusiasm that Is shiivyn over football in Constantinople and in the provinces The form of o ted is that of the British association Matches are chiefly prayed on Sundays and all races joinInthe E it You Cannot Answer These Questions r I1Why do you continue bathing your knees andelbows one a U time when you can stretch out ina full bath tem pered tp suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet BVhy take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River in For Fire 4Why have a dry dismal yard when you can have it tined with green grass and flowers and can nt the same uw vet rid of the dust in the street 5Wliy suffer other incon veniemutfi when you can have everything for the comfort and hen Hhof your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the answer is not lack of money but lack of poonomy and and indifference to getting thet most out of life J C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At itYoullJOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY will on February 17th pay 5OO missingwordsing words inserted to Puzzle Department Winchester News You eachTuesdayThe News has the advertisement in his possession in a sealed package and the seal will not be broken until the night of Feb 16 09 Fill blank and mail to Puzzle Department Winchester News It willworth for to fiill these but a policy of in ofAgency will be every it for JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Name PO Address Received M7 1909 r An Advance for Winchester iwE have just installed at great expense our engine and other machinery with which are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts ofelectric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever reads We furnish it on meter if Winchester Railway Light Co INCORPORATED W P HACKETT GENL MGR P S We furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer Something to Crow Over Bush has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES BEST the World BUSH ontheCorner safe protection against fire Q4SPInsurance Company 127J wbWaJSat I looking bloomine enterprise desired Ice in your live stock if Yon fatten them with onr choice feed and grain Every improvementto prove or disprove thisstatement Just give us your next orderand watch the result Youll not have to pay us any more than you are paying now Agent for Vulcan Plows J R Martin Coal and Supply Co Are You on the Loo out fo- rPRICES pocketbook yesinsearch end- sGRANT WITT Q GOI3O North Main TRY AlEWS WAIT ADVERTISEMENT v vy J t v i J j 1 r tJ r H Pana Four r i THE WINCHESTER NEWS I TIE WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky c Daily Except Suntay Entered as secondclass matter tfovember 28 1908 at the post office Bt Winchester Kentucky under the fcct of March 3 1879- SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Dmily one year 520 Dme week X10 Payable at office or to collector very week Mail Delivery 9m jx year300months WIle month 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Disolay Per Inch one time any edition 25 Jjfcree times within one week 50 Dne week continuously 105 fie calendar month 300 Four weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Time scounts3 months 10 per Sent 6 months 25 per cent one jer 33 13 per cent Reading Notices Per Line Business notices body type7i2c Pure reading news headings loo New Phone No 91 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1909 TARIFF REFORM President Taft will take office on the 4th of next month pledged to do all in his power to bring about a re formation oft the present tariff He is honest in his desires and since the election has reiterated his preelec iion pledge The chiefof the stand patters Speaker Cannon is said to have sat isfied Judge Taft that he will put no impediment in the way of honest re vision But his course to date has been such that the average citizen will not believe in his sincerity until he gives evidence in his acts The inquiry that has gone on dur ing the fall before the present ways and means committee of the House of Representatives is not such as to lend much hope to the friends of tariff legislation There seems little unanimity among the Republican legislators All sorts of opinions are rife It is generally understood around Washington that the members of the present ways and means committee are vide apart in their views as to the form tariff legislation should take It goes without saying that there will be still wider differences in view in the Mouse its lfIThere has been talk that the cot mittee may report a bill within a few days after the meeting of the extra session and of course if this is done it will be with the consent and approval of the Speaker and the Jill will pass the House in a very few days But the danger to any measure will betin the Senate The Wilson bill to which Cleveland and the Demo cratic party were pledged was emasculated in the upper house The worst features of the McKinley bill were added in that body While there has been notable changes in that body andsome of the worst of the reactionaries have been replaced by younger and more pro gressive men there are still many left such as Aldrich who are against any tariff tinkering ld who are rep resentatives of the worst of the men who have been benefitted by the present schedules While LaFollette end Beveridge and Cummings will act with the Democrats there are still too few of them to control thV If upper house It is however a further encour aging sign that Hopkins of Illinois and Stephenson of Wisconsin seem about to fan of reelection They are short of a majority in their legislatures and as the days pass tfteir chances of success are lessened The new Senator from bur State we are afrmii cannot toe counted among the rYPl 4Silissitemembers cf Ins party but will be found Lilliewith Aldrich and his ilk r The Senate has such rules that the utmost freedomof debate is allowed so that a member or two may at anytime unfluly extend discussion The Senators will debate the measure as long fasxthey see fit find amend it tor suit themselves This will mean that the hardest fightof all will probably come after the bill had passed both Houses and been sent to conference Should theseoccur a serious dead lock between the two Houses the possibilities of delay are limitless An Architects Patrons John Merven Carrere at a meeting of architects in New York said Amazing the age of an architects patrons The average man in fact is 35 before he begins to save seriouS- ly his pile isnt made till he is 50 he begins to build himself a house in his old age and his funeral takes place about the time the painters are called in FARM HANDS WANTED Thousands of farm hands wanted in the West wanes 25 and 30 per month and board A list of names with postpffice address sent on Receipt of 100 J W BAILEY Casey Ill 310 S 4th street Ancient Ink Better Than Ours The question of making durable ink perplexes the manufacturers of today Observe closely any letter five or ten years old and one will notice that in all probability the writing has faded to a brown color and is very indis tinct Go to any large museum and there will be seen ancient manuscripts the writing of which is as black and distinct as if it had been done the day before yesterday MOVING PICTURES There will be 3000 feet of the best moving pictures yet seen at the Opera House next Saturday night Manager Dinelli has arranged to hike this a regular thing Saturdays Admission 10 cents 2103t REMEMBER YOUR GIRL And get a Valentine for her at the rink Friday night tO3t 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 Winchester subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W 0 HOSKINS- as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party For City Judge We are authorized to announce JUDGE FP PENDLETON as a candidate for City Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce WOODSON MCORD as a candidate for Chief of police subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce- J W RUPARD asr a candidate for Ghief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party City Collectort We are authorized to announce i HARRY W SCRIVENER as a candidate for City Collector of Winchester subject to the action of the Democratic party NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY Charles C Jackson has just purchased tfie entire stock andnegatiVes of G H Gibson and has installed one of the best ground floor photograph galleries in Winchester in the Jack Reed buildings on the west side of N Main street He also enlarges portraits and makes frames Mr Jackson would be glad to have all his friends calloranyone de siring work in his line2123t TRY AJiEWS WANT s ADVERTISEMENT r n 0 if r n licRRlCk ON COMMITTEE Ohioan Will Help Secur4Unfcrm Laws For AM States 15AmiouncementI comIbefore whom will be laid a plan to secure more uniform legislation dn the various states othe Union John Hays Hammond is chairman of this committee of which the fol lowing are also members Alton B Parker New York Myron T Hen rick Ohio David R Francis Mis sours Curtis Guild Jr Massachu MYRON T HERRICK setts Herman Ridder New York Bruce Haldeman Kentucky Victor Rosewater Nebraska Clark Howell Georgia James Lynch Indiana In making the announcement the National Civic Federation points out that there are useful organizations oj farmers manufacturers wago earn ers bankers merchant lawyers and other organizations which hold meet ings for the discussion of affairs pe culiar to their own pursuits and call ing but it declares heretofore there has been no effort to crystallize into state organizations this representative membership for the accomplish ment of concrete aims PUBLIC HEARING ON DEAN OPTION BILL Liquor and Temperance Forces Will Be on Hand Tonight Columbus 0 Feb 15 Both the liquor and temperance forces will be well represented this evening at a hearing before the senate temperance committee on the Dean bill to exempt cities voting wet from the effects of county local option elections The hearing is to be conducted in the sen ate chamber and a throng of auditors is expected Last year the hearing on the Rose option bill was the most exciting of the session and hundreds who sought to enter were turned away from the senate doors because of lack of room In addition to the leaders of the AntiSaloon league there will appear for the temperance side Judge Blair of Portsmouth William Miller of Zanesville and others from various parts of the state Local representa tives of the liberal interests announced they have not been informed who would appear for them at the hearing CHURCH DEMOLISHED One Negro Woman Killed and Many Hurt During Storm Learned Miss Feb 15A storm struck this place from the northwest with terrific force blowing down a negro church killing Dick Harris wife and one child of Maggie Bennett and injuring eight or ten About 75 persons were in the building at the time jr VIcksburg Damaged by Wind Vicksburg Miss Feb 15The most severe storm of wind and rain experienced here in years prevailed for a half hour causing a property joss estimated at 10000 The office of the Vicksburg Herald was un- roofed anda number of business pouses sustained minor damage in the suburban section of Vicksburg property was completely Wrecked in some instances Several negroes are reported to have beenin jured when their cabins were demo fished SETTLE GRUDGE WITH PISTOLS Best Mark manjcqui ted on Grounds of Justifiable Homicide Pensacola Fla Feb 15 A duel with revolvers in a crowded restaurant was witnessed at Milton Fla whenFrank Fleming and Robert Pen ton prominent planters met to settle a grudge of long standing The aim of Penton proved the better and Fleming is a corpse A coroners jury exonerated Penton rendering aver dict of justifiable homicide Paul Expresses Satisfaction Paris Feb J5M Jose De J Paul the special Venezuelan envoy ex pressed himselfasgreatly pleased that a protocol hiid been signed by his government and the United- States DRUGGISTS CONVICTED Clinton County Dealers Appeased Thirst of Dry Inhabitants Columbus Q Feb 15 Just because drug stores appeared at every crossroads in Clinton county after the saloons Were voted out of busi ness and some of the former saloon keepers were opening the drug shops the state board of pharmacy became suspicious Dr F H Frost secre tary of the board declares that he found a l portion of the commu nity suffering with thirstitis In the stores s George Tayl6r Wilmington and Conn Brothers Sabina tQldIwhisky and beer One store had no pharmacist The other had the cer tificate of a man in Texas Both were convicted of conducting drug stores without a registered pharmacist and selling liquor illegally They prom ised to close the speakeasies Similar investigations will be made in other dry counties where there has teen a mushroom growth of drugstores Sultan Accepts Resignation Constantinople Feb 15Tlre sul tan has accepted Kiamil Pashas res ignation as grand vizier and has charged Hilmi Pasha minister of the interior and formerly inspector gen eral of Macedonia with the formation of a new cabine- tPROHIBiTION FIGHT I INVADES KENTUCKY Loaisviile to Be Scene of Lively Gathering Tomorrow Louisville Ky Feb 15Kentucky second producing liquor state in the Union and up to this time unscathed by a statewide prohibition fight will be the battlefield for the declaration of total prohibition from tomorrow forward On that day the AntiSaloon league and kindred temperance forces will meet in Louisville and the upshot of the meeting will undoubtedly be the passing of resolutions calling on Governor Augustus E Willson to summon the legislature in extra ses sion for the consideration ota state wide bill or for uniform county local option embracing cities of the first and second classes Willson has heretofore declared- that he would not call the legislature extraordinarily unless a crisis im pended and it is not believed that he will yield to the demand of the tem perance people at this time The chief point of interest of the convention beginning tomorrow is a speech to be delivered by E C ORear the retiring chief Justice of the Kentucky court of appeals who has previously declared in fayor of to tal prohibition for the state and na tion oven to the abrogation of con sumption purchase and manufacture of w iskyfORear Is a prominent Republican and like Willson was elected under the standard of that party But four counties in the state are entirely wet at present BREAKERS AHEAD Indiana Senate Will Remove Democratic Features From Option Bill Indianapolis Ind Feb 15 So many obstacles are appearing to hin der the passage of the ProctorTom linson county option repeal bill that the fate of the bill in the senate is uncertain The bill was passed by the house of representatives last Thurs day Leaders of the Republican majority in the senate say that if the bill pass es the upper house it will be so amended as to strike out the plat form ideas of the Democrats who control the house The principal one of these is the city ward local option With the proposed amendments the bill would probably lose a few of the Democratic votes which passed it through the house in its original form EXHIBITION OPENS tONIGHT New York Expects Large Crowds at Motor Boat Show New York Feb 15The best and latest in everything connected with motor boating will be seen at the motor boat show which opens its doors tonight in this city Over 150 exhibitors have secured space and these include practically all of the well known marine motor builders in the country in addition to boat builders The big international races to be held during the present year have given a marked stimulus to motor boat enthusasm and the show is expected to draw large crowds Glass Workers Form New Union Weston WI Va Feb 15A new glass workers organization was form pIesidentIWorkers organization from interfering with the new union The Crescent window glass plant resumed operations with men of the new union Tec Drouth Broken Houston Tex Feb 15 Drouthy conditons in south Texas were relieved when more than an inch of rain fell The temperature is below Yfreezing at thispbint 0 February Reduction Salehr As an inducement to cash buyers w are 11 going to give during the 20 Everything in the store less 15 during this sale Positi ely no goods charged at this count sale f v Look See wHat you Savet 100 Diamond for ii 17 25 YVatch for v vyP2010 clock for ZV171VL 85 Knives and Forks oo 45 Silver Teaspoons 4Everything in store at same rate of discount I Baldwin Bros Hats areOff order toclean what is left will go fo- rLess Than Cost Good ColorsGood StylesBrok en sizes thats all The best on earth Knox Stetson and Youman in this sale WE CAN FIT YOUR HEAD REDUCED PRICES 500 Hats for 325 I 400 Hats for 289 I Filly Cents Off 1 Cord Ir ll MOVED HIS SHOP Tom Cowan the popular barber who was burned out in the Com hayhiscustomers him in his new snap in the Simpson and Hathaway building DW i HOUS- E7 f INVENTORIES FREE H HAriDSOMEDWELLING VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WSLLMAKEjtRITTEN APPLI CATIONS FUR SAME AND is DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SULICITOR TO ASSIST In MAKING THE INVENTORY IT IS A VALUABLE AND USEFUL BOOK AND ALL WHO CARRY INSURANCE ON THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS SHOULD HAVE ONE JdTTS IHSURANCE AGENCY Women in Thirteenth Century Father Pardow a New York priest says that in the thirteenth century there were women teaching in the Catholic jmiversities In the story of the mother of the Maccabees the Bible days she joined a mans heart to a womans thought which shows conIcapable of thought Prosaic Well r do think New York should have been named Washington said a visitor Every time I look out of a high window I see nothing but lines upon lines of washings hung between brick walls or on roofs In fact I think of New York as seen front the skyscrapers as consisting of windows and washings isnt it so Might Be Good Scheme Dryden married Lady Elizabeth How aid a shrew of marked ability She complained that he showed her no at tention und wished herself a book that he might enjoy more of her society Wish yourself an almanac my dear then I could change you every years Where Credit Is Due Few women give tfcsir husbands credit for their willingness to be hen pecked i Suhscriw FtrTiif Kawt t Imonth JewelersOpticians Sign of the Big WatcH I In up placedthem 350 Hats for 249 1 I300 Hats for 199 on all the bovs lads hats in this saleI I M Smith Phillips I LUNG n SHOE ECONOMY We are for shoe economy n wand old Let us fit the old ones now and have your measure taken for the future also SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main 5t MUCH LOVED WOMAN INGIMrs Laura Wilkerson Shirle Passes Away After Protracf ed ns r MT STERLING Ky Feb 15L Mrs Laura Wilkerson Shirley wife of Dr Jams A Shirley died Sunday morning at her home on Mays iIIe street Mrs Shirley had been ill for several weeks but her condition did not become alarming until Thurs day evening at which time she became unconscious and never rallied passing away without a struggle 1 acute kidney trouble being giyenLas the cause Mrs Shirley was 59 years old and countShean and was deeply attached to her home life but always found tim to help those in trouble and distress Besides her husband Mrs Shirley is survived by two children Mrs James K Shropshire and Miss Flo Shirley and two sisters Mrs WVB Greene and Mrs Richard J Hunt jail of this city funeral of Mrs Shirley will be IIhe the Christian church of piich she was a devoted member Mpntlay afternoon at 1 oclock and the burial will occur in Machpeloh cemetery Rev H D Clark pastor of the church will preach thee funeral discourse Messrs Joe and Dan Drennan have ourchased from William T Swangpy theIellimprovedIsion given on March 1 next fejhis left arm below the elbow f r if Cannot finish np work on Stoddard- eeturesthis week Another chines YTeIe q you may 2l3l r 9a t c t ifiL i r S S tJi THE WINCHESTER NEWS t Pane Flea Tir MISS FLORA WILSON WHO Miss Flora Wilson daughter of th- the operatic profession She recently student under Jean de Reszke and voice She has been negotiating with a starring tour for her The meetawith Miss Ora Gaines Allen on Sat urday afternoon The Euchre Club will meet with Mis E E Kidwell on Saturdays e e A Heart Party Mrs Susan G Anderson enter s tained a few friends with a most de lightful heart party on Saturday evening at her home on South Main street This beautiful home had the addi tional attractions of narcissus roes and ferns in every conceivable place to please the artistic eye From the chandeliers and from the outside of the hanging at the windows to the centers were ropes of hearts and hearts were also hung in great clusters The charming hostess received the guests in the library in her inimitable manner The interesting game of Forty two made the hours pass quite rapidly The tallies were lovely little red hearts A most delicious luncheon was served at the small tables S lLooking Club The Cooking Club has a most de lightful meeting with Miss Kath leen Earp on Saturday afternoon at her home on Lexington avenue These little ladies bad a grand time playing all kinds of games They then went to the dining room Inhere they spread the lunch on fashionuEach of these little ladies prepares something at home Hull brings it with her They little realize how splendidly they are training themselves to be useful women The guests for the afternoon were Misses Marie and Gertrude MaryrElizabeth Stewart Ora Gaines Al len Kathleen Earp Mayme Scrive ner Catherine Hughes Rosalind Stevenson Frances Combs Scott and Elizabeth Beckner Literary and Social Club t Miss Anna Mae Hisle entertained t1Literary and Social Club at her L Do You Need J WHY NOT Imr c BOWEN u n if 4r IS TO BE AN OPERA STAR- e secretary of agriculture is to take up returned from Paris where she was a she is possessed of a splendid soprano several New York managers to arrange home on North Main street Saturday The afternoon house was decorated in narcissus and potted plants Miss Sara Goodloe Ben ton and Miss Margaret M Kinley read quite interesting papers on Shelley Miss Emma Lee Taylor in her Shelleyi ices and ma aroons were served after which the guests repaired to the dining room where coffee and sandwiches were partaken of- Miss Hibles guests for the afternoon were Mrs William P French Misses Margaret Sphar Florrye Smith Sara Goodloe Ben LucyjDadley Margaret McKinley Alice and Owen Porter Clay Croxton farm Emma Lee Taylor i The Li tle Colonel Readers had a deightful gathering on Saturday day afternoon with Miss Emma ThomsonAt conclusion of the program a delightful luncheon was served Those present were Misses Frances Pendleton Julia Gaitskill Myrtle Spencer Louise Haggard Helen Ford Ada Lee Boone and Ida Walden Misses Lillie and Ruth Martin assisted by Mr Brown Tanner the Country Club with valentine party that was a rare treat and greatly enjoyed by those presentThe house was beautifully deco rated with Jed hearts which were very tastefully arranged relawdImaids and in this manner secured their valentines for the evening Music and cards were enjoyed un til a late hour when the guests were served with an elegant lunch Those present were Misses Am ber Edwards Mayme and Eddie Os borne Nancy Mae Brock and Nettie Pharis Messrs Albert Pharis Har vey Brock Geo Edwards Evans Brock Walter Lawrence Lynn Ed wards Younger Obsorneancl Brown =Do You Need a DIAMOND Do You Need a WATCH Do You Need a CLOCK Do You Need some SILVER Do You Need some CUT GLASS Do You Need some CHINA 11 r ti take advantage of our ivoice sale and get them In at a liberal discount and Green Trading Stamps la n delightful entertained Jeweler aDd Optician z J VE o t Tanner 4r i t r ft Six O clock linner Mr andMrs James W Poyfjter enterfained with a six oc lock din ner at tbe Brown Practoria Hotel on Sunday evening The time was most delightfully spent Mr and Mrs Poynter make charming host and hostess Those present were Mrs Carrie Buckner and Mrs Troy of Asheville N C the honor guests Mrg Ed Clarke Miss Susan Buckner Mr and Mrs John Garner and hmid Mrs Wiley Poynter PERSONALS Mrs Reine Middleton and Miss Ormie Hodgkin left this morning for Cincinnati Chicago Indianapolis and other points to attend the millinery opening TIiss Phoebe Lambert left this morning for Cincinnati and Indian apolis to attend the millinery open ings Mr and Mrs David Matlack ex pect to leave this week for Florida Miss Emma Bush who is attending the State Normal School at Rich mond came home Saturday to beth week end guest of her parents Mr aid Mrs Christy Bush lira Fred Blackburn of Stanton is the guest 6f her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Prewitt Miss Bessie Peddicord has returned from a most delightful visit to Louisville Miss Lilla Phelps spent Sunday in Lexington JtfrII H Porter of Stan tonrVa was a guest in town Saturday Miss Susan Buckner has returned home frp ma delightful visit to Miss Mary Nuly of Lexington Mrs W R Thomas saent Satur day in Lexington with her mother Mrs Carrie Hancock 1IiI1lersburgFriday until Monday with her parents Mr and Mrs W M Todd of Ruckerville Miv Floyd Byrd is in Salyersville on business Mr Outin has returned home jMr Prentice ORear of ML Ster ling was in town Saturday for a short while Mrs JT Stapleton and Miss Tandv Quisenberry returned from the East on Saturday Mr Levi Thomson spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs David Thomson Mrs Jennie Fitch of Millersburg is the guest of Mr and Mrs Owen Fitch on Lexington avenue Miss Louise Pasley of First avenue while handling an axe Friday afternoon nearly severed her right foot The Clark County PostGraduates met in called session Saturday night with Drs Bush and Bush After transacting the regular business res olutions were passed expressing sym pathy for Dr J A Shirley of Mt Sterling in tIle bereavement caused by the recent death of his wife MRS WS t DATES RENDERS II SOLOS The Holy City and Just For To day Rendered at Presbyterian Church At the first Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening Mrs W S Bates of Ontario Canada rendered two charming solos which greatly delighted the audi ence She possesses a rich soprano voice of rare charm and cultitva tionIn the morning the selection was The Holy City and in the eve ing iTust for Today Mrs Bates has been in our city but a snort time and is only here temporarily but by her charm of manner and beautiful voice has won many friends and admirers REVIVAL MEETING AT SCHOOL HOUSE Ritchie Bros and M M Rountree Will Conduct Services at Mooresville There will be a revival meeting at the ITooresviile sehpdl house begin ning Wednesday evening at 630 Ritchie Brothers and M M Roun tree Hvill conduct the services It is expected that the services will last all the resof the week All are cor dially invited It Ignited Little Rollie four years old came to the table where we had tomato soup of which he Is very fond Being very hungry he could not wait for It toI cool but hastily ate two or three spoonfuls then laying down his spoon he exclaimed My goodness that soup Is so hot It makes sparks all down meD llneator T GOOD JOBS NUMEROUS M Retirement of Thirteen Senators Vacates CommltteePlums Washington Feb 15There will be many desirable committee places to be filled in the senate when the Sixtyfirst congress assembles Including the successor of Senator Knox of Pennsylvania there will be 13 new senators and should Mr Hop kins of Illinois pot be elected an additional new senatorwill take his seat on March 4 The committee places of Senator Allison of Iowa also re main to be filled The vacancy in the chairmanship of the committee on appropriations caused by the death of Mr Allison will be filled by Senator Hale whose retirement as chairman of the committee on naval affairs will cause the promotion of Senator Perkins to that place The retirement of sir Hem enway Rep and Mr Teller Dem will make vacancies on the committee on appropriations Wetmore of Rhode Island Kean of New Jersey Dolliver of Iowa and Nelson of Min nesota are all looked upon as candi dates to succeed Mr Hemenway Congressman Granger Dies Washington Feb 15 Congress man Daniel lu D Granger of Providence R I who represented the First district of Rhode Island in congress during the Fiftyeighth Fifty ninth and Sixtieth congresses died here of heart failure TARIFF CONFERENCE BEGINS TOMORROW Many Delegates Are Already on the Ground Indianapolis Ind Feb 15 Preparations for the threedays session of the national tariff commission con ventfon which ccnvenes tomorrow moriJnghave been completed and tire most of the 1200 delegates trrived today The gathering is the first held for the specific purpose of promoting a statistical and scientific basis for tariff revision The numerous speakers who will In elude United States senators and con gressmen labor experts and represen tatives of manufacturing Interests will be confined to 20minute addresses and issues not hearing directly upon the purpose of the convention will be prohibited Officials of the convention announced that only dele gat s will be permitted upon the floor of the convention hall or allowed to address the convention The speeches will occupy the time of the convention until Thursday afternoon when it is expected that res olutions defining the attitude of the body will be adopted after a brief debate Pick Wife For Manuel Villavicosa Portugal Feb 15The visit of King Alfonso of Spain to King Manuel came to a close King Alfonso leaving for Madrid on a ape cial train Although not yet con firmed In official quarters the entire press of Portugal states that the royal interview between King Alfonso and King Manuel related chiefly to the projected marriage of King Man uel to Princess Beatrice daughter of the late Duke of Edlnbnrg and niece of King Edward FISHERMAN DROWNED Score of Men Carried Out on Ice Field by Shift of Wind Buffalo N Y Feb 15A score of fishermen and their dogs were carried out into LaKe Erie when the ice field was set In motion by a shift in the wind ATI were rescued except Josiah Gatusky The man and his dog are missing and are no donbt lost as the Ice was not more than five inches thick and was so rotten that it must leave broken upon reaching the open sea Warrant For Maxim Gorky St Petersburg Feb 1The police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Maxim Gorky the well known Russian novelist In the warrant Gorky is described as a Nizhni Novgorod house painter Gorky is in Italy and recent dispatches have sard Ire car posed to reside permanently 3n Florence THE MEAT Of IT Alfred De Oro retains the three cushion billiard championship baring made 150 points to 103 scored by Horace B lean Lucky Baldwin the noted hornI man is recovering from a serious illness at his home near LOB Angeles CatLake shipping antotests are sck of the project for a deep water channel from Chicago to Buffalo by way of the Soo- Rev Dr O S Davis cf New Britain Conn is to become president of the Chicago Theological seminary Dayton 0 women aTe arming themselves with ammonia guns as a pJ otection against thugs Two masked men held up a Denver Rio Grande train near Fort Logan Colo and secured several sacks of registered mail A Florida mob took Jack Wade colored from the sheriff after be lid been identified by Irma Newell as Ole man who attempted assault her at Lajceland aid ridh1 Ma both wittt bullets r v V J T I I BY BUYING 1 I IMPORTANT ADVANTAGEi- s that our assortments in all lines are complete and probably than are be found anywhere else Clark countyWe S H Green Trading Stamps The Winn Furniture Co IB MARY S OA8NABY DIED SHAY HWas 83 Years of Age Funeral at Family Residence on Tues v day Morning Mrs Mary Stuart Darnaby widow of the late Major John Bo DarnnI of Payette county died night at her home on the Vinchester- and Lexington pike opposite old Ghilesburg in the eightythird year of her age The funeral will take place at the family residence on Tuesday morning at 11 oclock and burial in the Lexington cemetery She is survived by her daughter Miss Susie Stuart Darnaby her only one son Samuel Stuart Darnaby having died when a boy of 14 and by two brothers William Gand Charles I Stuart and a sister Mrs T J Holley of this county Mrs Darnaby was Miss Mary Stuart of this county and was a lady of the most lovable characteristics For more than half a century she had been a devoted member of Dav ids Fork Baptist church and her good deeds were like unto the flowers of the field in number and gentleness Her long and beautiful life was one ofsplendid and useful devotion to her family and friends and her death is a distinct loss tof the community COUNT COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days County Courts are held each month in coun ties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon dayBath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Mon day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Mon dayHarrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nichola villp 3rd Mon dayLee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd MondayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday 3 am prepared to graze and fod der town cows and horses during February Also fodder for sale de livered in town JOHN M WHEEL ER 283teodVon nan pot eat all thn flour advertised as the best on earth and you can not make a mistake in us ing Mansfields Best Patent or M lolly Every sack guaranteed MANSMELDS FLOUR MIILL- SWinchesterE7 ll133moeod Lunch Stand I Chili FruitsGroceries t Hibibb MoseslAS NMfanc As Bobby Understood It Little Bobby had never been to Sandal school before and came home widaeYed and excited to relate his aft ratxree to his mother After giving a flattering account of his teacher Ae acWHAnti the told me to learn the a oAwiar s creed t V your Furniture of us you will reap a double benefit first the merit of the articles andsec ond in paying the low est possible prices that such highclass foods can be sold for Another greater to in FROM ESTILL HERALD yearsIage on nd lers sixth matrimonial venture Acting upon information that a shipment ofwhiskey had passed here addressed to Millers Creek Sheriff Durbin headed it offas Bob Wallace colored was hauling it into town last Friday night and placed Wallace lender arrest and took chargee of the whiskey whichconsisted of sixty quarts of 011 Taylor Wallace plead ed guilt before Judge Noland Saturday to having in his possession more than one gallon of whiskey and vas fined 50 UNCLAIMED LETTERS Alldvigdon James Benton Everett Boaman S W Blackwll Mrs Annie Central Miss Co Curtis Miss Carrie Chism D W Haggard Miss Rhoda Harris C H lisle Miss Nellie Z Humpherys Mrs Fannie Miller Robt B Miller Mrs Horace McFuerson Miss Virgu J Ragland Mrs Eva Smith Mrs Nannie jTnndyWilliams Real Estate Co Williams Miss Myrtle H R PERRY Posmaster FOREST PROTECTION Conservative management of timberlands ia assured for less th mu onefourth of this countrys fore Jfed areas the part contained in tleN tional Forests and under fbl administration of the UnitedAStates Forest Service By cirttg anljrthe mature trees and protc ifnrrr the new growth by keeping 01c Th1es ills Ra yieIcPindefinitelythat this small part of We rations forests willF dppjy the demand for future genet ijona llldi the one hope i l1ndilumberperma AQnGQ of their business by 8p Pb rg the principles of forestry in- the mjmafifoman of timberlands THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE A French scientist has discovered metiodlldeals dElectric a makes it worth living It purifies oobuildsre = tsj sysOnurts acTblightedW M Sherman of Cushing Me entirely Company CARD OF THANKS forthe r WethaDkthecoming to us in our sad hour Wr onso1ingwordsciful God who cares for the father less children FamilyI e be11Jltifntflowers GanolTTheof water ata temperature of 60 tkk AmericangallIonference therefore fs 167 pouadarTi TUlater r t 1 r I Pa s g aSixTHEWINCHESTER NEWS 4 s NN- g I The RoundUp A Romance of Arizona s Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama i By JOHN MURRAY sad MILLS MILLERi t Copyright 1908 by G W Dillintfhzm Co Cpe Cj09N9 0 i0 e 6 0+ Pttking up ills gun he falteringly at tempted the ascent I wont give up- I wont he shouted huskily Ive fought the desert before and con quered Ill conquer again Ill His will power ebbed with his fail Ing strength Blindness fell upon him Oblivion swept over him He sank dying of thirst In the sands of the desertAs buzzards find the dead so an Apache crept upon Dick as he lay pros trate ljut as the Indian aimed he heard footsteps from a draw He saw a man approaching the spring Silent ly he fled behind the rocks It was Jack He had entered the lava beds from the east closely fol lowing the man for whom he had searched for so many weary months Others of the Apaches had marked him already Knowing he would go to the spring they waited warily to learn if he were alone The band had scattered to surround him at the water boleJacks horse and burro which he had left at the head of the canyon were already in the Indians possession With him he carried his rifle and a revolver A canteen of water was slung over his shoulder The desert had placed its stamp upon him turn Ing his clothes gray The tan of his face was deepened Lines about his eyes and mouth showed how much he had suffered physically and mentally In his search for the man he believed was his successful rival in love Reaching the spring he looked about cautiously before he laid down his I wont give UpI wont rule He tugged at the butt of his re volver to make certain that It could be pulled quickly from the holster Tak Ing off his hat he knelt to drink He smiled and confidently tapped his can teen when be found the spring dry He was raiding his canteen to his lips bodyJumping pulled his revolver covering the insensible man It might be a trap He scanned the trail the cliff the canyon Hearing find seeing nothing he slipped his revolver into his holster and hurried to Dicks side At first he did not recog nize him The desert and thirst had wrought many changes In his friends face When recognition came he threw his firms about the prostrate form crying Dick at last at last His voice was broken with emotion The search had been so long so weary and the ending so sudden He had found Dick but it looked as if he came too lade- Gathering Dick up In his arms he raised him until his head rested on his knees Forcing open his mouth he poured a little water down his throat Then with a moistened handkerchief he wetted temples and wrists Slowly Dick struggled back to life L Water water its water he gasp preciousfluidEasy cautioned Jack Only a little now mpre when youre stronger Who Is it cried Dick Not waiting for Jack to enlighten him he con t1timed No matteryou came in timer couldnt have held out any longer All thesprings are dry I figured on reaching Clearwater l WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS Ties oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT t helped Dick to his feet Tak IJack stricken friends right arm ha rHe poured a little water down his throat drew It across his shoulders With his left arm about his waist Jack led him to a seat upon a convenient rock- I came by Clearwater yesterday explained Jack It Is nothing but mud and alkali My horse dropped three days ago I had to shoot the pack mule 1 Dick opened his eyes under the minis trations of Jack Gazing upward into his face he shouted joyfully Why its JackJack Payson Didnt you know me Dick asked Jack sympathetically Not at first My eyes went to the bad out yonder In the glare The effort had been too much for Dick He sank weakly over Jacks knees Jack turned him partly on his back and let more water trickle down his throat Dick clutched madly at the canteen but Jack drew It back out of his reach With his handker chief he moistened lips and neck When Dicks strength returned Jack helped him to sit up Ive been hunting for you for months he told him Dicktyou through the Lost Cities then to Cooney then up in the Tularosas At Fort Grant they put me on the right trail As the clouds break revealing the blue of the heavens so Dicks memory came back to him He shrank from the man at his side Well he asked as best red at his betrayerJack fixedly ahead He dared not look into the face of him he had wronged so bitterly She wants you he said in a voice void of all emotion Who wants me asked Dick after a pauseEcho t Your Wife gritted Dick He fin gered his gun as he spoke Huskily Jack replied Yes Bitter thoughts filled the mind of one the other had schooled himself to make atonement For the wrong he had done Jack was ready to offer hi2 life He had endured the full measure of his sufferings The hour of his delivery was at hand Hard as it was tf die in thb midglory of manhood It was easier to end it all here and now than to live unloved by Echo hated bv Dick despised by himself She sent me to find you Bring him back tp me Thats what she said Jack cried in bjs agony Your wifeshe said that faltered Dick Fiercely In his torture Jack answer ed Yes my wife my wife said it Bring him back to me Back Dick paused Back to what he asked himself Shes your wife isnt she he demanded Thats what the law saysr au sfBred Jack With the thought of the evening in the garden when he heard Jack and Echo pronounced man and wife surg WhatGodput asunder Thats what the book says answered Jack But when hands alone are Joined and hearts are asunder it canjt go on record as the work of God handsITo be Continued REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said three doc tors to Mrs M E Ksher Detroit MiclL suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They pr ve licitis cure Constipa tioii headache 25e at Phillips Drug Storlt V X INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL GARDENS Feature of School Life That Will Soon Prevail In America The Individual garden Is one phase of school life that sooner or later must come to every pupil In the land for the garden movement is growing and Interest Is becoming so widespread and acute that this phase of nature study will soon be in vogue in the public schools of every state in the Union Every child likes to have something exclusively its own and at school it should have a separate garden plot just as secure and exclusive as the allotment of seats in the schoolroom In the individual school garden each child necessarily goes through all the operations entailed upon the practical soil tiller In preparation planting andI care If a competent teacher is ent every step in gardening operations should be fully explained to the child from the nature of the soil and its sup ply of plant food on to the harvest of seeds from the annual plants Each successive step and stake of develop ment in the life history of the plant of a season should be explained Such a course In the school garden develops system and lays the foundni tion for a life study of which next to our pwn is the most Important In the world for we depend for food and various other purposes upon plant life more than we do upon animal life Through this study only may we gleam a thorough knowledge i and appreciation of the beautiful world in which we live aside from that mar red marked or improved by the hand of man Close acquaintance with plant life gained from this constantIcontact with plants will growing of vegetables and ornamen tals at home the embellishment of the home and school premises the plant hug of parks and parkways until suc cessive generations will have so beau tified the world that they will allude to our period of occupancy as a dark havIingeaUU1fulinterestIingother way may we so effectually overcome or obscure the glaring artificial ties of city life as by the Intelligent use of the whole range of plant life from the humble creeping grass to the lofty aspiring tree Los Angeles Times A MAYORS NOVEL IDEA Scheme to Promote the Building of x Coment Sidewalks Mayor Callaghan of San Antonio vex has a novel idea for promoting the sidewalk building campaign In San Antonio It means no more or less than the creation of a friendly rivalry among the wives of property holders of the city to the end that they may be induced to prevail upon their lords and masters to improve the family housestead with a brand new cement sidewalk As a means of bringing about this aforementioned rivalry the mayor proposed to create a sidewalk building honor roll and not only have the names of the progressive ones made a matter of record each month but to have the list published so that all may single out the citys world compellers from their less enterprising neighbors He believes that this method of bringing conditions to the attention of the housewives of the city will cause them to become interested and that through their efforts a material stimulus will be given the movement For instance the mayor holds that when Mrs Blank whose husband has been negligent to his civic duty in this respect notes In the daily paper that the Blankers just around the cor ner have Improved their residence with a fine new sidewalk she will take that aforesaid negligent husband to task and that the upshot of the interview will be the addition of progress ive Mr Blanks name to the next months honor roll The proposed roll will besides giv ing the name of the latest sidewalk builders show the number of lineal feet they have put down CanadaIA Lesson From The Grand Trunk transcontinental road now making rap id progress across Canada Built ac cording to the most recent ideas of railroad construction it is said that in establishing towns along the line the road has adopted the plan of so laying out the streets and restricting the building in proximity to the station that the towns shall not present at their railroad entrance that disordered mushroom and shabby aspect which small communities do so commonly present there The primary motives of the directors are neither altruistic pretiynnd with a pleasant town setting will flo more to build up the towns and therefore the railroad by Inviting pas sengers to visit and invest in them than would a vast amount of advertis ing The argument is one that ought to be laid to heart by small communi ties everywhere Inspiration Necessary A great deal of improvement work lags for the want of an inspiration on the part of some willing worker and a large amount of effort Is being ex pended from sheer force of will Were It possible to combine inspiration and will and supply the combination on demand to every organization now struggling to Improve Its environment what an impetus would be given to the movement in general 1 I VALUE OF AYMCAH- ow a Wonderful Change Came Over Some Towns The energies of the boys in eleven towns In Essex county Mass Instead of being expended in hooliganism are being turned to some good purpose through the handling of the county Y M C A Gangs of boys that used to loaf outside the churches during service hooting and disturbing the meetings now decorate the church usher at the services form the big gest classes In the Sunday school and make life miserable for any fellow who lifts his hand against the sanctuary and what has not been found before for a generation the older boys are teaching In the Sunday schools It was in Essex county that eight dif ferent teachers in nine months in at tempting to govern a school had been driven out by the rowdy element theifect and a teacher has been kept for two years This called out from the school committee a vote of thanks to the county associations management In another town where fifty boys thenIbeen antagonistic for fifty years were brought together Into one The abandoned edifice had been given by George Peabody the philanthropist and the church was organized by a brother of BeecberI voted 40 to re another town toIMore than 300 high school boys are HigllIteachersIchanged A movement is on foot for cooperIsecure playgrounds and organize the play life of the towns of the county GOOD ROADS TRADE WINNERS Chapman Kans Has Found Out How to Bring Farmers to Town The Commercial club of Chapman bringingjAfter holding several meetings and dis cussing the problem the members de cided that they could do more to bring farmers to town by giving them good roads than In any other way The roads west and north of the town are marred by stretches of sand that have been a severe trial to the farmers haul ing loads of grain as well as to drivers of motor cars- The Commercial club at its own ex pense has placed over the worst parts of the sand a coating of clay brought from the hills It makes a solid bed a foot to eighteen inches thick and hardens into a smooth roadway By this means the roads approaching town have been much Improved and heavy loads have been brought with single teams where it was before impossible We desire to make this a trading point explained one of the merchants and it is doing the work When we hear the farmers complaining about the bad roads of some other parts of East Dickinson county and the rough compliIon our streets which are good for a country town we know they appreciate it We grainIbeen a satisfaction well worth while The farmers of East Dickinson are good roads enthusiasts but they believe that the use of the road drag will do more than any one agency Many of the country roads are dragged regularly and are models of smooth ness New Playground Law The Massachusetts playground law recently enacted is an exceedingly in teresting piece of legislation It requires every city or town of 10000 or more inhabitants which has not a suf ficient number of municipal playgrounds to vote at the next election on the question of establishing them at- tie ratio of at least one to the first forIthat their choice be made binding on the authorities says Charities and the Commons If the decision is in favor of the playgrounds the act demands that they be maintained after July 1 1910 that the cities and towns may appoint and determine the compensa tion of a qualified supervisor of each playground who shall direct the sports and exercises therein and it gives to the city or town permission to set aside for playground purposes by vote of the council or selectmen any land owned by It or to raise money to buy the necessary land- Cooperative Improvement Aside from the uniform planting of street trees and parkway lawns or flower beds nearly as good results may be obtained and the features men tioned greatly strengthened if some predominant plant could be placed in every yard On the south side of streets running east and west hydran geas could be used as the houses would face north Only one sort of plant should be so duplicated or monotony might ensue All that is need ed Is a mare suggestion of harmony and one or two hydrangeas placed in each front or side yard preferably not all in like positions With other plants hImselfStaking a town attractive and of course Interesting JilrThink of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year as On the of Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construe tion and repairing of all and conditions of public or private streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on I We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sellisame in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete afspecialty and satisfaction guaranteed L ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS EXTRA WHEELS This began less than three years ago steady fro the start in the number ofour the volume ofour We enroll new names every week want You are coi isHy inted an account us Per sonal attenion to all M B I IM It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between a lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I a cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me spite of all for years My weight ran down td 130 Then II began to use Dr Kings which restored my health I now weigh 178 For severe Colds Asthma and to pre vent its 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guar anteed by Drug Sam Noticed the A rich man once visited his stables and watched an old currying a favorite horse You have worked for me a long time havent you Sam 7 queried the rich man Yes sir replied the groom Me an this boss have worked for you 17 years Ah and I hope you have been well treated Sam said the Oh aint none said Sam But me an th hoss was sick at th same time an I noticed that while you hired a doctor for th hoss you docked my pay for th time I lost The Wiser Counsel It is better to listen to those who shout at us Jrom afar Relieve our misery than to those who whisper in our ears Jiugment your fortune Marie ONCE GAVE UP to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood from s caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Arnica Salve com cured me writes John of Texas Foi eczema boils burns and piles its supreme 25rt Drug L Work of Jurjijle Monarch In India A years death rate from tigers In In dia f98 human beings and nearlY 29000 foead of cattle i No RoadcaN- cost the Far a mers as much a poor one Basis kinds roads Sale completely Washington of the most important sizes always in stock A skilled wheelwright is what you want when your wheel comes off the axle is broken or your vehicle needs tc We are s l1n this trade as well as being masters of the art of black smitljing You will finqY ate L STROTHER Peoples State Bank CAPtbank business depresiongrowth depositors and in business We yours to open with business- J HUbGKIN Cashier JL BROwN L COCKRELL Vice President 1 ADVERTISE NENS r T1etSOLDIER desperate contracted stubborn in remedies pounds New Discovery pounds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Pneumonia unrivaled Phillips Company Distinction groom employer complainin Leczinslca WASHINGTON poison spiders bite Bucklens pletely Bosqueville at Phillips Company numbers repairing carriage always i7ialSCOTT President VVINCHESTER THE VERYBESTH- ave J any of our readers seen tern WeeklyEnquirer send for a copy if for no other purpose than to note its present great worth as an educator iall things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place oil earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of af family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample inf ormatiba that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of houses 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 thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan lug for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that j As are our Homes so will be the Com1 munity State and Nation A most desirable help is anon sectarian sermon each weekas preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being IS The cleanest and best faafly Weekly known to them J iSample copies may be had byS writingto theJ NQcIR CdCEunr Cincinnati 0 Subwrlbt Fir Tht News Viay r t I t THE WItH TER NEWS p e SeYI i t rTHEiflijERICAN Mr William A Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building for the readers of this paper On account of his wide expe rience as Editor Author and Manufac turer he Is without doubt the highest authority oh all these subjects Address all inquiries to William A Radford No 194 Fifth Ave Chicago Ill and only enclose twocent stamp for reply The illustrations show a fiveroom bungalow that is very neat in design and very attractive in appearance Five rooms seem to be about right for a bungalow It Is difficult to crowd in another room without interfering with the Interior arrangement The size on the ground is 41 feet L 6 inches by 29 feet 6 inches a plain Straightsided house without a projec windowI A triple or quadruple window built I in this style adds a great deal to the r appearance of the room When it is carefully built to keep out the cold l aijd wind a seat of this kind opposite 1open fire is one of the most artis as one of the most comfortable lounging places ever invented A great deal of work may be put on this seat in fact it Is necessary to do so in order to make It right The width height of seat and the fitting of the windows must be looked to carefully After the preliminaries are laid out and worked up the finishing touches come In for attention cushions up- holsteryr and pillowsfor these all count in the final makeup You know you see such things In some houses that look Just night and feel comfortable In other houses where perhaps more expense has been lavished on decorations ilbeirooms and the furnishings lack that atmosphere of comfort that you 3tke to feel A seat of thiskind should upholstered high up at the ends and upholstered at the back as high as the window stools and the colors of course should match the prevailing icaolns of the roomThe living room in a bungalow is the main part of a house In this case it opens onto the porch and the Floor Plan theproom porch Inclosed with wire screens and furnished with com p fortable easy chairs with possibly a hanging lounge This article of furni ture is a matter of preference however Some people like them while others think they area treat nuisance but there is one thing about porch furniture that should be remembered it must be solid and comfortable and it must have colors that a little sun or dampness will not ruinIOf coarse this porch is pretty well protected It is just a hole in the corner of the house to start with having only two sides exposed to the weather and these are walled up at the bottom and overhung by the roof But there are damp days especially in spring and fall and there are driving storms which send the rain and moisture into almost any kind of an open room You feel more comfortable if you have good solid porch furniture that cannot be easily damaged and in addition to the extra comfort it looks better Delicate spindleleg chairs have no business here The cushions should be canvas covered and the color should be chosen for wear rather than looks At the same time utility need not mar the appear ance ot porch furniture even in colors There is one thing to be remembered In building a bungalow and that is to put the bedrooms and bath room together shut away from the the livingroom and diningroom A Sreat many bungalows are built with st1ut payi g any attention to this feature and it Is a mistake an unneces suY mistake because it maybe so g- arangedbyFselecg a plan of this kind Another great oonvenience in AT HOME S2ARADFORD I EDITOR this bungalow plan is the cupboards in the kitchen which take the place of a pantry They reach from the floor to the ceiling with drawers and shelves all the way up and the front of the cupboard is closed over with 811aand the housekeeping is not supposed to be of a very heavy nature Sup plies are bought daily at most summer resorts the same as in the city so the large storage rooms are not absolute ly necessary But cupboard con veniences are appreciated in a bunga low the same as in a large house and should be provided at the time of buildingThe pipes for the kitchen and for the bathrooms are close together so they may be very short If the house is to be occupied oily in the summer especial attention must be given to placing the pipes in such way as to facilitate drainage an they should be so connected as to be taken apart otherwise the frostwill split them and cause con siderable annoyance and expense Bu they may be fitted with drain cocks I and put together with unions without adding to the first cost- A pump is another essential that needs especial attention almost any cheap pamp will work for a short time but if you expect to winter it over to use again nest year get a good one Then see tto it that It is so put together that it may be eas ily taken apart when a new valve is needed or when the cottage is abandoned for the winter DOG A TRAIN BEARER Lifts Iris Mistresss Skirt When She Walks Over Wet Pavement Clipped and blanketed dogs French poodles pugs ana such excite de contempt of th3 average person who likes dogs of a more vigorous sort These tfolks also have a dislike for the small slog that is trained to carry packages on what notf Those who do nol like tins use of a Teally very fine ani mal sbmuld have seen an exhibition on a West Side street one wet afternoon recently A woman was about to cross the street followed by a small and mean looking pet dog The pavement was wetShe tailed to the dog and the dogtrotted obediently up and took the hem of her skirt in his teeth Then staying just far enough behind to keep all the skirt clear of the street the dog followed her across Some chiller woman going along said Isntt that cute A man who saw the performance remarked Pou- rbeasteTew York Sun Cant Be Done And now added the judge after having sentenced a burglar to seven years in states prison let me indulge in the hope that lids will prove a great moral lesson to you and that when you find yourself among us again you will have decided to make your future way by habits of industry It cant be done not in my Case replied the prisoner Do you mean that you are BO steeped in crime that it is impossible for you to reform No sir I mean that 1 am such a poor business man that there is no show for me in the walks of industry- I dont quite understand yearsinout of the burglary business ls20 In cash an old watch and a secondhand suit of clothes Its easy to see that wasnt born for either business or dustry Mountains No Bar to Wireless That the electricrwaves In wireless telegraphy re pass over mountains has been demonstrated by th army wireless station ii AJaska which easily transmit messages 1200 mile over two ranges of snowcapped moun- taIns Claim to Save Much Gas Two English inventors claim to save from 50 to 75 per ce tjpn4gastojllsby the use of their r buetsthe aiF xitk asmair po rtIonof petro prpdj Jl1gaJ1ig1iJy il iumlnatlng noa splcsve gas f TALKS ON ADVERTISING t VISelling Slow Sellers By Henry Herbert Huff COPYRIGHT 1909 BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Mr Business Man you were speaking of losing money on leftover goods Yes I shall bo glad to learn how I can avoid this loss You cannot eliminate it entirely but it can be very much reduced I told you how to create a demand for new goods so they will move more freely but the most experienced buyer will sometimes overstep or purchase the wrong kind of goods The best way to avoid paving many remainders is to buy right Goods well bought are half sold Study the wants of the people of the community Buy what Will sell not what you like Learn from experience the sizes and qualities that go best and goodsKnowknown about the lines you are handling Buy in small quantities and often Pay cash if you pOSSibly Can The first cost may be less when you buy by the gross or ten gross but counting interest on money invested deterioration in value space occupied the achance of going out of demand etc this difference is wipedout The best of buyers will get stuck occasionally When it occurs make the best of it Profit by the experience You may demandtgoes you may purchase more than regular selling will dispose ofwhatever the cause or size get rid But I hate to dispose of articles at cost or below Youbuyin slow sellers and then too the public gets a bad opinion of your store if you resurrect old goods each season or keep the same mer livelyKeepIfan article doesnt go at cost mark it lower li you cant sell it at togetherHow advertisesWhenoffers During the summer months he pushes seasonable goods by frequentbargain inFebruaryweek Monday is the big day in cities and Saturday in the smaller towns By ontinuedadvertising of leaders on Friday it has been changed from a dull day to one of the best Good day t MANY WOULD MARRY DENTIST Proposals Made While Under Influence of Gas He Declares Ugly as I am said a dentist I have been proposed to by 72 women Impossible they cried gazing with illccoacealed repulsion on his uglinessThe ladies did it unconsciously he hastened to add They were un conscious in the grip of gas at the time And it wasexcuse megastly Freshdrawn teeth were scattered about and the declarations gurgled forth amid a stream of blood They were all old maids They all meant business In vino veritas and there is truth in sas too The things said In my red plush chair are the real and secret beliefs ttf the heart My wlfeI dont mind telling you under the seal of professional secrecy my wife proposed to me In the chair while I was pulling 17 teeth for her The wedding came off the day her full gold set was done My wife may not be beautiful but she is a very good and rich woman An Interestfng Runaway I read a piece In your paper about an automobile that run away with a mans motherinlaw a correspondent writes the Adams GaD Enterprise and Im interested in that automobile and would like to know the name j and price of it or if the owner would i part with it for an extra consideration The only objection to the is that it doesnt go far enough i says the automobile ran away with her but doesnt say what happened whether the runaway was fatal or the automobile changed its mind and turned round and came back to where It started from Can you throw any more light on the subject and by so doing oblige constant reader and old subscriber Wouldnt Leave Without Dog DownIrelandance of the French bark Croisette which had been driven ashore on a submerged reef the men refused to leave the vessel without a little half terrier The animal was Ieventually found and rescued amid the cheers of the barks crew who were then ashore in the lifeboat and hospitably housed by the villagers Australiaethistle was introduced into wsa sent out to Botany bay as a convict and took with hIm a Dumber of seeds f his national plant and sowed them 1Qund his dwelling The plant soon made itself so much at home that it spread over thousands of square miles of territory and the important folks of the various provinces have exp nde IHi sy4iundredg = of poundt ia the effort to repress its growth r BIG BURLEY CROP INDICATED Mere Ground Plowed in Neighborhood- of Carlisle Than Ever Before CARLISLE Ky Feb 13Allt- he over white burley tobacco growing dis trict preparations are being made by the farmers to raise the largest crop eyer100renhas been plowed than formerly rnd in jeweiy direction Itihroughout too dt acresiofi llmpme iceicly a the plants and beds for raising the plants have been prepared in large numbers Farmer y in this section aim to sow the tobacco seed during the month of Febr ary There is general satisfaction with the Society of Equity ttliroughi b9lilievedc and there the burley tobacco crop of 1m 9 will be pooled by the farmers A large percentage of the pooled to1 bacco in many counties has been d liveredorhas been inspected and is in Wocess of delivery All over th section there is a movement lo better organize the farmers in the Society of Equity and it is believed in the course ofIt short time they will be antd many p Luots tP Flower Bods For Sidewalk Scorns foIIbeautify streets is of timely interest Secretary Moore of the park depart meat believes that residence streets with awns between the sidewalk and curb might be beautified by flower beds and that if the city of Cleveland would aid the scheme by distributing as ninny seeds as possible free of cost some systematic flower planting scheme could be carried out on the residence streets of the city Park Engineer Srinchcomb declares that would not favor the use of flowers place of the ordinary grass plots nn less a systematic and uniform plan of planting is adopted on each street He suggests that a street with a solid hedge of four oclocks or a similar appearIance Oak Grove Mo with a population Club of about 1000 has a commercial du theIling country duty which jras re ently organized has ammbershipo ventyone Among the members are several farmers 1 r + TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT GOOD WORK FOHOYS J How They Can Help In Keeping the Streets Clean URGE OTHERS TO DO LIKEWISE Campaign of Education Carried on by a Civic League of Schoolboys Call Attention of Offenders to Gravity of Their Offense Clean streets ndd greatly to the at tnictiveuess of towns In small com munities especially if every one young and old did what he could to keep the streets clew many an unkempt town would be wonderfully improved Boys can band together and help to do such good work as the schoolboys of the Crowell Civic league in New York are doing They are not only aiding the city to keep the streets clean but they are training themselves and edu cating their parents in civic righteous ness While the league was organized under the auspices of the street cleaning department and is supervised by an employee of the department Mr ueben S Simon the boys themselves are doing the work So far as possible they are keeping the streets of the louver east side clean The boys dont get into white duck and go about the streets with a broom of course They attack trouble at its source When they see a man or wo Limannances by throwing refuse Into the streets they call the attention of the offender to the gravity of the offense If that does not serve they hand out one of the circulars given below Ev ery boy carries a supply neatly folded In his inside pocket It is as follows AN APPEAL TO OUR FATHERS AND MOTHERS By the Crowell Civic League of Public School No2 We your sons have organized to help keep the streets of our district as clean helpIpeople from other sections of the city remark on the dirty condition of our streets Wont you aid us in showing these people that we are just as good citizen as they We will distribute among you from time to time copies of the law But there are two things we want to men ion here We feel very much ashamed of th alarming habit among some of us o throwing garbage and slops into the streets through windows and call upon you to help us stop ItGarbage and ash cans are filled to over flowing and scattered over the sidewalks We recognize that the landlords are also at fault in not providing enough cans We welcome all complaints Take heed of our appeal Help us become good citizens of our great city we may justly say We are proud of clean city cf New York CROWELL CIVIC LEAGUE Public School No2 116 Henry Street N Y These circulars are printed in Eng fish and Yiddish and as the funds of the Crowell Civic league increase oth er languages may be added of the league have been established i a number of schools a teacher bean placed in charge of each At regular intervals a meeting is held when the boys make a report of what they have done Thesereport are In regular form addressed to th commissioner of street cleaning The name and address of the offender ar given when the name is known an each boy tells the measures he took to prevent a recurrence of the offense Leaguse are only ones as yet to circnlarzie the residents in the district in which they live They have little money but they have managed to have n few circulars pointed which they distribute as needed They realize that Ignorance lies at the root uof the fault and that few would offend weItre as well as of the xrramicpality The officers of the Crowell CIv League of Public School No 2 consist of president vice president record ing secretary corresponding secretary and a foreman S thee league was organized that of keeping disany and will be found beneficial Must Not Throw Paper on Streets newspapersthrown soon make a town look untidy and anything but attractive Any move ment to prevent such a state of af- faIrs is worthy of consideration In Indianapolis Ind the women wh throw bits of paper into the stree- from their carriages men who tear letters or bills and toss them they will mar the looks of the ci and those who throw bills and circa lars from the housetops vill not b permitted to do so In the future Mayor Bookwalter has decreed it so has the board of public works and the board of public safety has passed It along to the police department io enforcement Washington is one o countryinclean largely by seeing thatcitlzensIdo not litter up the streets Indianap oils Is also a clean city and we want to keep It so Progress and Value of Nature Study More and more of nature study Is being introduced Into schools fro the highest to the lowest and no small part of it consists of studies in plant exper1nccestudies along botanical lines In next generation a marked mpro ment win be seen Iri the general ap preqlatibn of parks streef trees and other means of making the town beau tuft along strictly bortlcultoral lines 4 TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound 1NoNo 28 Daily Ex Sunday C 30 p inv No 24 Daily 9 25 p m 7 Westbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a jnliNo 21 Daily 803 a ml i No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p m No 23 Daily 438 p air tLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CincinnatiKnoxville To a11000 a m No 33 Cincinnati Jacksonville v united 1057 a m No 9MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati correction at Paris irrives at 632 departs at 635 p mY No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limite 1123 p m Northbound- No AtlantaCincinnati limiU 506 a m No 10 StanfordMaysville locv conecting at Paris for Cincinnat 723 a m No KnoxvilleGincinnati 10I cal arrives 250 departs 2 53 p mfNo JacksonvilleCincinnati ted 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Win hester also are all daily except lose and 10 which are daily except Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No2 No 4 IDailYStations w Lexington 2 73525IWinchester 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City I 350 11102 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 943fTorrent 47D56 Beattyville June 510 1017 Athol 537 1045 0 K Junction 605 1115 Jackson 610 1120 Westbound DailyDailyj Sun No5rEx Sun Only AM1 PM AM Jackson 6 10 12 20 700 0 K June 615 225 705 Athol 640 252 730 754zn815gCampton June 748 357828ti Stanton 815 426 854 4 9 03w s eI507 J 934 Winchester 912 520 940 5idTHE FOLLOWING CONNECTION ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAYS L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3will make connection with thai C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton unctionTr8ins Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky NosfcA Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K Junction Trains Nos 2 and 4 will connect with the G K Railway for Canrn City Fy and f way stations tfgaiTt Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000r t 0 r EtWinchesierBaA oreWINCHESTER KY POONf r PRESIDENT r 1II W R SPHAR CASHIER 14 SOLICITS YOUR mi rcere t r Cigars Tobaccos Oysters iCandies Hope Phone 712 v MiKe Joseph i 3 b N t r r 7 it Page Eight THE WINCHESTER NEWSf t 6 r j OPPOSITION fz4 T KNOl BilL Minority Report to Be Pre= sente d fo House Today t INDORSED BY MAJORITY Reduces the Salary of the Secretary of State Thus Making Senator Knox Eligible For the Position Democrats Would Refer Legal Question Involved to the House Committee on Judiciary but Are- Blocked by Cannon oftfive to three the house committee on the election of president vice presi dent and representatives irj congress agreed to a favorable report of the Gaines bill to reduce the salary of the secretary of state thus making Sena tor Knox eligible for that position This was not done however until the committee had Voted down a motion vjto ask the house to refer the legal question involved to the committee on judiciary A minority report will be presented to the housegThe meeting of a spirited one There were present four Republicans and four Democrats out ofthe 13 members The support given the members by Representative Lassiter of Virginia throughout made the favorable action by the committee possible 4The submission of the majority e port to the house will establish the regularity of calling up the bill for passage on Monday under of the rules The three Democrats whc opposed the bill in committee will present the minority report Advocates of the bill are confident that it will receive the necessary two thirds vote to pass it under suspen sion of the rules A number of Re publicans however have requested Chairman Gaines to allow the bill t come up later in the session tha they may have a better opportunity to consider the subject No definite reply has been made to this suggestion Speaker Cannon despite the vigorous contentions of Mr Henry Pitt VTex and several followers on ths Democratic side who sought to have the senate bill reducing the salary of the secretary of state to Its former figure referred to the judiciary com mittee ruled that the bill prop erly belonged to the committee on election of president and vice press dent This decision however was no reached until a long discussion ha ensued in the house over the rules governing the reference of bills in general GERM SHOW MOVES l hladelphtans Take First Look at Tuberculosis Exhibit Today Philadelphia Feb 15 Afterattract Ing 567065 visitors in New York cit the tuberculosis show was moved to thiS city and was opened to the pub lictodaThe exhibit is designed to call forcibly to the notice of the pub lic the dangers of consumption and the modern means of combating the diseaseIn York the exhibltwas housed in the building of the American Mu seam of Natural History Its Phila delphia resting place is the Rober- Morris building It is expected that at least 500000 persons will visit exhibit which formed part of the r cent international tuberculosis congress in Washington It will be placed on exhibition in various parts of the jcoiintry j HAS ROUGH PASSAGE r usltanla Limps Into Port After Battle With Elements New York Feb 15Held back for two days by fog and heavy seas the big Cunard steamship Lusitaniu came tolier dock after the roughest voyage ever experienced by the turbiner be tween here and Liverpool Six f of starboard rail on the boat dec stcarried away by a boarding se For three days the Lusitania battle with towering waves and slov time was made Ministrys Budget Passed tokyo Feb 15The representa ayes in the diet passed the budget recently drawn by the ministry Some very slight amendments were made An unprecedented feature of the ses slog was the fact that members irre spective of party affiliation unhesi tatinglysupported the amended budget This is considered as evident- of the appreciation by the hQuse of the sincerity of the Premier Marquis in his readjustment of the fininces of the nation Tenement House Gutted f PJtfepurg Feb 15Sixty perso compelled to flee halfclad fro a fire which destroyed a large tenement house at McKeees Rocks a suburb No one was injured and the cauSe of the fire is unknown Turkey Accepts Russfks Proposal Constantinople FetelS The porte ta8 notified Russia of its acceptance b principle of Jlussias latest finan dial proposal for a settlement of the JturkoBuIgarian dispute J lti1j t C4r 9 5 iSSi x ORATORICAL CONTFS- TNEXTMONDAYN1GllTv Winner at College to Represent K W Cin State Contest atlex ington in April On Monday evening February 22 the College Oratorical Contest will be held in the college chapel The winner of this contest will represent Kentucky Wesleyan in the State Or atorical Contest to be held in Lexington the second Friday in April This will undoubtedly be the best contestof the kind held in WinchEs tcr in year There are seven men entered and all have submitted ora tions that compare favorably with those of any other college The conditions of entering are that all articlesmust be original contest ants must be bond fide students at least three months before the preliminary contest Articles are judged on thought composition and delivery The judges on thought and composition are Prof R B Dennis of Northwestern University Prof Swinehart of Bloomingburg Ohio High School and Prof Hall of Gen esee Wesleyan Seminary The judges on delivery will be announced the evening of the contest The orations are already in the hands of the jud es on thought and composition Their workings will count for half delivery the other half The contestants include two Winchester boys Roscoe Faris and Lindsay Cockrell The others are W V Cropper Maurice Aitkin GRC- onbs G G Foskett and Phil B Trioo The contest is bound to be clog overnin time to enable those attending to be present at the downtown enter tainments lafer in the evening BEECH HiGIS IS NOW ABt TO BE OUT AGAIN Visits Scene of Killing of His Fathe- on Crutches and Seems to Have Reformed I JACKSON Ky Feb 15Beat Hargis was able to come up town Saturday for the first time since the accidental shooting of his foot thre weeks ago He visited the Hari store the scene of the killing of hi limpinthealtldt seems improved He is said to have resolved to refrain from any excesses or affrays and to devote the next six weks in making prepara tion for his trial at Irvine for the slaying of his father LIGHTNING PERFORMS FEAYT Stuns Young Men and Plays Bril liantly at Home of Major Daingerfield Another remarkable feat of light ning was demonstrated Friday night at Castleton Lexington the home of lightt b ning the occupants upstairs in StoreWorth Yancey Foxhall Daingerfield and Mr Hale who are visiting there were all severely jarred while a brilliant light played through the room Fortunately none was injured but all were shocked and considerably frightened All of these young men are well known in this section- MARRIAGE LICENSES The following marriage licenses ofk Ronella Houaker both of Bourbo- county n Mr J F Swartz to Miss Sarah Leslie both of this county Born Saturday night to Mrs For est Shouse a boyjD A R1 MEETING r reencan meeting to transact special business Tuesday afternoon at3oclock at firs T W L Van Meters All members are requested to be pres ent MEETINGmA meeting is hereby called for Win chester Lodge No 539 at the club room at 7 p m Tuesday February l6i Business of importance C H BEES E R J W STAPLETON See 2152t if1 yourseyoutuo rSa V IDi1 its f J FARMERS OF STATE IHOLO INSTITUTE Most Experienced Experts in Kentucky and National Officials v on Program Chairman M C Rankin qf the State Board of Agriculture Forestry ausITicesfor the fo annual institute which is to beheld at Elizabeth town Har din county Wednesday Thursday and Friday February 24 25 and 26 Not only are the most experiencedI farming experts of the program for practical addresses and helpful talks but prep of wide experience in the agricultural work of the nation have been secured to come to Kentucky to tell the Kentucky farmers how to make their acres increase theigy production Not the least feature of the program is the portion devoted to the women and two addresses dealing with their part in upbuilding the farming interests of the State are programmed for the evening of the first days session The complete program fol lows Wednesday Feb 24 Morning Session Called to order by Hon II M Froman President State Farmers Institute Invocation by Rev L 0 Spencer Elizabethtown cWelcomemers Editor Elizabethtown News Response by H M Froman Ghent Ky r x delegatese by the president Afternoon Session I30 p m Wiry are We Here and What are We Here For presenting aims of State Farmers Institute CRlI Hanna Shelbyville Ky Why and How to Increase Ken tuckys Corn Crop A D Shamel Washington United States Depart ment of Agriculture JrB Walker Hopkinsville General discussion of grasses and clover led by W T Kane Fallsburg Evening Session 730 p m uDomestic Science and Why it Should Be Practiced in Your Home hideonsAgrisAirstar Small Fruits and How to Grow HebronrThursday Feb 25 Morninn Session Invocation Rev S M Miller Eliz abethtown Ky Beef Cattle and Baby Beef Prof J J Hooper Lexington Experimental Station Prof Hooper will dem onstrate how to score cattle during this discussion Value of Organization Among Farmers Dr Ben L Bruner Sec retary of State- RotationI of Crops George Rob erts Lexington Experiment Station Maintenance of Soil Fertility Prof M A Scovell Lexington Experiment Station The election of members of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry Seconmd take place at this time Afternoon Session 130 p m Tobacco Culture in Kentucky W H Scherffius Lexington Agricultural Experiment Station byIOhio Discussion led by Charles E Bar ker Pembroke Ky The remainder of the aftenl session will be devoted to the goo goads movement in Kentucky tan JosepBosworthh Roads Association Middlesboro- R R Giltner of Eminence W H Strange of Munfordville f M 0 Hughes of Bowling Green and C M Hanna of Shelbyville will discuss the movement Evening Session 7 p m Opening address C M Barnett Hartford The Farmer and the Railroads Roy Wilhoit rate clerk Kentucky Railroad Commission Ashland Why We Should Teach Agriculture in the Schools of Kentucky T SuPejnten fort What a State Fair Means to Ken tuck l J W Newman Secretary Kentucky State Fair Versailles Immigration in Kentucky E J Green State Immigration Clerk Louisville Ky- Friday Feb 26 930 am Invocation Rev W fStnartElizabethtowri Ky 1 1 2 United States Government Holr i Tit Cholera Serum and Results Obtained By its se Prof E S Hoode Lc ington Agricultural Experiment StaL tion The remainder of the day will be given over lp the different farmers organizations of the State to present their associations r Farmers Organization Judge DeHaven Moorman Hardinsburg The American Duroc Jersey Asr sociation W T Harris Morgan field Kentucky Berkshire Association President J Lewis Letterle Harrods Creek Kentucky Poultry Association R C Kinkead Louisville Kentucky State Grange1 P Wolcott Master Co ington Afternoon Session 130 PQ1 Developing the Farm Boy For Useful Activity Fred H Rankin Superintendent Agricultural Exten sion Urbana Ill Kentucky Beef Cattle Associa lion F C Giltner Eminence Kentucky Sheep Breeders Association W T Chilton Campbellsr burg The Burley Tobacco Society John E Brown Shelbyville Kentucky State Union of the American Society of Equity S B Robertson Calhoun Green River Tobacco Associa lion Henry S Berry Owensboro The Relation of Veterinary Science to the Stock Dealer C R Roberts ElizabethtownRailroad The following rates have been se for the State Farmers Insti at Elizabethtown Ky oil February 24 25 and 26 1909 on the roads named below h Baltimore Ohio Southwestern Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific Illinois Central Louisville Nashville Louisville Henderson St Louis Mobile Ohio Nashville Chattanooga St Louis lows The participating SoutheinI Chesapeake Ohio Frankfort Cincinnati Lexington Eastern Louisville Atlantic Nashville R Chattanooga Tickets are good up to and in cluding not later than midnight of February 27 1909 and will be on sale February 22 23 24 and 25 1909 Tickets mutt be signed byi Secretary of the State Farmers Institute in order to be good for return trip Baggage will be checked and carried by these railroads Bur Centralflumbus KY990f Corinth 550 Danville 305 Frankfort 360 Georgetown 445 Henderson 570 Hopkinsville 535 Junction City 290 Kings Mountain 360 Lex ington 465 Louisville 170 McKinney 325 Middlesboro 710 Midway 445 Moreland 325 Nicholasville 395f Nortonville 4 10 Owensboro 360 Paducah 675 Paris500f Pine Knjot 550 Princeton 500 Richmond 445 Sadieville 515 Shelbyville 270 Somerset 430 550 Williamstown 585 Wilmore 375 Winchester 515 Round trip excursion rates will be given where the oneway distance i from 10 miles to 180 miles ranSni- from 50 cents to 640 These rates will be published by allroads over which thev are given EXSHERIFF COPE IS FOUND DEA JACKSON Ky Feb 15Sher man Cope former sheriff of Breath county was found dead in his 1bed at the Lexington and Eastern H morningMrand unmarried One good thing about living in a little town When the hearse goes knotnvs the coffin dSeven out of malIe money and lose WD4KII GlASS BLOWERS AT RINK Performance to be Given Monday Night One of thee Best Shows r bn toe Road j The Backmans troupe of wilds imals and glass blowers that are to exhibit at the Auditorium all this week arrived in the city Sunday tind thework of getting things ready for the show at the rink e rl Monday morning and will becornPlAt ed by 7 oc oct Monday night wTi6n the doors will be opened for the first performance All the walls of the interior ofHhe building and every other available s pace has been put into use either Jjy tKe glass blowers or the wild aui nmls In the rear end of the rink and taking up over halfof the floor is Jthei big steel cage in which the aniIialsItrained animals on the road In the animal show there aroa number of dogs birds four bears liyibabnot These animals are all trained and perform some of the most won derftil triclts that have ever been ac- compl shed by wild animals The different articles that are made by tile glass blowers and that are on enImention Many beautiful and useful articles are amongthem and and they win be given away absolutely free On one night during the week two popular young people of thiscity will eat supper in the lions den surround ed by the lions who will be given their- leveniugm al at the same time The those who will do this stunt later The price will be 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for children 45TH ANNIVERSARY OF KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS S W Powell D L Spencer and appointii b lodge the 19th of this month Sev eraladdresses will be made and a yerv interesting program will be ar ranged Don t ever expect an answer to the question Whatever did you do with your money It is a question that no one can answer WANTEDSewing at home pr in families MRS HADDEN 21 Taylor avenue 215lmo FOR SALEHouse and lot for sale roomssgood cistern LEE J W DECK 213Gf anSd fogand trous erings also fancy vestings Prices moderate GEO N KOHLHASS 2132t rentDMaple street 2126t 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 in next ten days Apply J NEWT RENA KER Real Estate agent Winches ter 2121t FOR SALE CHEAPOne buggy good as new JOE NUNNELLY 2122t Eagle Casting Co 1 WINCHESTER KY MANUFACTURERS OF Gray Iron Semi Steel ThermitSteel Alluminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes f j G CORNELL ii N1 J nl nag rt 3 9 t j tfNt jt yy CLASSifiEDCOLUMN Clarified Per Word Onehalf Dent per word per inser don 5 cents per calendar month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double theonetime rate For 250 linesor more used within one year 4 cents a line FOR RENT 3 rooms Wihn ave10 00 2 rooms Winn ave i 8 00 3 rooms Jefferson st vv7 00 4 rooms Main st r X12 00 8 rooms Main st rL20 00 t GK I THE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE OR RENT Two desir able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner of Burns and Beckner fc P AZBILL f r 2Hlmo LOSTBunch of keys 2 night keys and one Postoffice key Please re turn to this office 2lIlt LOST =Black fur hat on Paris pike about one mile from Winchester Finder please return to Hrs J T BIBB Winn avenue 2114t FOR RENTBlacksmitl shop apd dwelling house W E HIEA Boonesborough pike 2H310 LOST Open face Elgin watcbwitb monogram A H P on back Reward for return to 330 South Ma pie street IWANTED At once 500 skunk hid es and other raw furs Ppr par ticulars address Hart Coyle Owingsyillte Ky 246t LOST Black silk scarf ndOJl Maple street some little time ago pagingforon Mr A H Sympsqn 2itf FOR SALE Onebalf lot 28X26 m Winchester Cemetery J AHOL TON Home phone 8533 282t L- STRAYEDFrom pine Grove Jan uary 25th 1 red cowhand 2 heifers marked X Iwith tar 10 re ward for their return ito FRANK STIVERS Athens Ky l2610t FOR SALE OR RENT pouse of pplytoavenue 283tM6nWedFri FOR SALE50 to 200 bushels best Jellico coal at 11 cents per bushel streetr 265t FOR SALE Coal at 21 NDill Main street You will be pleased with bpth quality and price 1191mo J FOR SALE Grocery and meat shop paying business Terms reason able f Address W A B this office X 114tf WANTED To take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim 4 bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col loge street Home phone 65 1 112Imo FOR SALE Cheap graphophone largeMorningR B this office 14If WANTED To buy furs sera iron and all kinds of iqetal Best buyer i1dWashington 119lmo sheetOwner advertisement 125tf Ramseywill way on Saturday February 13th herhouseholdSale at 2 oclock p m prompt 293t J1Ction fiveblockstwoState Bank stock j RANINJo a- r t 1 t