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H1 tql 1 1 last ditio lj7 TII WINCIIETERrIVOL 1 NO 112 KY MONDAY 22 1909 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEE J HUNDREDS VISIT THE PEWS OFFICE SEE NEW PRESS Are Molar is Now In gatisfactory- Way And Duplex Is Being Tested Off An Edition Several hundred visitors called at The News office Monday to inspect the new Duplex press Many of the visitors were country people who were in the city for court day The motor has been fixed by the light company and it is npw running the press in a satisfactory manner PROGRAM IS READY FOR THr P ENTERTAINMENT HEAD CAMP 82 W 0 W Working Hard Make Great State In A All arrangements are about com pleted by Winchester Camp No 82 W 0 W1 for entertaining the Head Camp that meets here the 9thof March The public is cordially in vited to attend the opening exercises that will be held at the Court House on the morning of the 9th The fol lowing is the program for the opening exercises BIO WE PLAYER SIGNS YH Schmidt Who Played With Brooklyn To Be With Mondays mail brought joy to the hearts of the ball fans for in it came the signed contract of H Schmidt formedy of Oakland California Cost League and was loaned by that club to the Brooklyn National League Club Schmidt is a player withan old lead and plenty of experience and will be a tower of strength to the team Manager Horn writes that now that he has Sclimidts contract the team is complete and he is ready for the bell to tap Horn worked his rabbit foot in getting Schmidts re lease and signature and he is to be on the success of his efforts Schmidt has pitched in two y6f the fastest leagues of the country and great things are expected of him next year ORATORICAL CONTEST ON MONDAY Seven Speakers Will Try For Repre sentative in the State Contest The Preliminary Or atorical Contest will be held at Ken tucky Wesleyan College Monday night for the purpose of selecting a repre sentative of the college at the State Oratorical Contest that will be held in Lexington in April The following Is the program that will be rendered MusicOrchestra- InvocationRev 0 J Chandler OratiQnIs it Worth WhileP- B Trigg Oration limitation of Inherit ancesR H Faris Music Orchestra Oration America and the Far EastfrR P Combsfj VV Oration The Prince of Peace G G Foskett Music Orchestra s Red Head Chi fr1IS Cockrell Kf Orab nMoney Its Use and buseW V Cropper Musicprchestra- OrationPolitic 1 Ref rm1L- D Aitkin Music Orchestra Decision of Judges The judges on thought and camPo citron are Prof R B Dennis of Northwestern University Prof Swinehart of Ohio High School and Prot XHHan bf Genesee Wesleyan Stminary V f 44r r v i SJ l c iLARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY t WINCHESTER FEBRUARY toys Working Before Mr Bates the Duplex reuresentative lis now testing and the machine and the big new press will be in within a few days iiow Visitors are always welcome The News likes all its friends and patrons to see just Avhatifc is doing Come at any time and come often Winchester Camp No To March Formerly Winchester congratulated NIGHT OratonThe regulating fulloperation Success InterSociety Call to orderC A Tanner InvocationRev C JD Graf ton Music Resopnse to the opening address Barney T Wells of Murray Ky After the opening ceremonies the lodge will go in the secret session for the purpose of transacting business The music will be furnished by the pupils of the High School BUYS INTEREST IN WINN CO Mr Prewitt Harris Has Been With Mr E L March of Lexington For Three Years Mr Prewitt Harris formerly of this city but now with E L March of Lexington has bought a onehalf interest in the Finn Furniture Comp ny and will take up his duties March 1 J Mr Harris was formerly a sales man in the Winn Furniture Companys store He left this city about three years ago going to Lexington to take a position with E L Marchone of the leading furniture dealers of that place Mr Harris is one of the most pop ular energetic and industrious young business men that this county has produced and while working here lever for himself innumerable friends wish him unbounded success in his new venture ALL AMERICA HONORS- WASHINGTONS MEMORY Churches Schools Banks and Public Officials Take Special Note Of Day All America today is doing honor to the memory of the first President of the United States More than a century and a quarter has passed since the name of Washington first sent thrills through the hearts of Americans and during those years his admiring countrymen have increased in numbers more than sixty fold Yesterday in many of the churches of the city the ministersave patriotic addresses in honor of George Washington and today the schools and colleges city and government of fices and the banks will be closed be cause the country has made Febru ary2nd a national holiday DAUGHTER OF IL V LUSTRIOUS SIRES PARIS Ky Feb22Th body of Miss Elizabeth Hart aged 75 years who died at Altoona Pa was inter red here today Miss Hart was a relative of the great commoner Hen ry Clay WilliamMCB Crafton The contest will begin promptly at 730 in order toUow th Nwh de sire it to get r the Auditorium on time tit j WASHINGTONS FIRST INAUGURATION This photograph from an old steel engraving probably Isa very faithful representation the historic scene enacted at Federal hall New York on April 30 1780 General Washington walk d from the 1 atteiyup to Federal hall which was on the site of the subtreasury building and the streets were lined with a cheering throng of patriots After the ceremony the president walked to St Pauls church his first official act being to attend divinetworship LARGE CROWD Of FARMERSI AlFEBRUARY COURT DAY 12011 Head Of Cattle On Market Price Ranges From Ho 4 12 oll1sMuIes Are Plentiful And Bring Good Prices The February county court day witnessed one of the largest crowds that has been seen here on a county court day this winter Business everywhere was reported to be flour ishing and plenty of money was in circulation during the day There was an unusually large num ber of mules on the market even larger than that of last court day and the demand for them was great and good prices were obtained on all of them As a rule this season of the year is always good for the sale of mules on account of spring approach ing when the farmers need them most for plowing etc but those who are ina position to know say that the demand for them this year is greater Special to The Del Feb 22 Seven ofthe train crew were killed and two injured in a col lission between an express train and two locomotives on the Delaware di Young Man Uses Good Name of Col lege to Win 3 young man who claims to be a student of Kentucky Wesleyan Col The News is by Prof H K to tate that the young man is not and was A student in the than it has been forseitferal years jvtvAt the Farmers and Shippers Stock Yards was about 1200 head of cattle on the market There was agood crowd at the yards and the buying was brfsk and good pric es were realized on all of them The average price was from 3 to 4o cents The of the stock of fered was exceptionally good There was several farming imple ments sold on the streets such as plows harness harrows Jim Scobee of the Scobee Spoke Factory had a number of creosoted singletrees on the streets selling them This fur nished a great attraction for the farmers and a number of them were sold SEVEN THE CREW ARE KILLED IN HERD ON COUSIN Train And Two Locomotives Meet On Delaware Division Of The Pennsylvania Railroad This Morning News- WILMINGTON passengers ANOTHER AMATEUR FAKIR BROUGHT TO LIGHT Confidence urlpeoplereauestect Taylor nevar against1iim there quality vision of the Pennsylvania railroad this morning at Delmar The dead are Oliver Perry express messenger baggageman j McCreary engine man George Davis and mail clerks Woods and Cochran SCHEDULE COMMITTEE TO AT PARIS Blue Grass Baseball League to For maily Announce Games Tuesday The Schedule Committee of the Blue Grass ba tJia ilpn meet in Paris Tuesday ofrscompleting the jKskMimAnd formally admi tong Paramtoth teagtite V1Ilj Chester will W1l Ia hY Jff Stewart and P HeajyidflF 150000 FOR CLARK CiNTY TOBACCO GROWERS0N1906 CROP i Total Amount Is Being Paid Out Except On 135 Hoflsneads Which Are Now In Cincinnati And Will Be Paid For In Few Days The Clark County Board of Con trol began Tyavinp out on the 190G prop of tobacco Monday Checks are ready and 150000 will be in the hands of the growers just as fast as they call and it can be turned over to them All the money for the 190G crop will be paid this time except on 135 hogsheads sold to the independ ent which has not been paid for and is now in Cincinnati Payment on this will be made in a few days Growers who have tobacco in the 1906 pool will please call at the of TO- THISSESSION PASS SENATE Postal Bank Bill Will Be Pressed and All Financial Bills Are Settled Washington Feb 21The postal savings bank bill after having been opposed for many weeks although it has been the unfinished business of the senate may yet be passed at the present session The unexpected progress which was made with appropri ation bills will give Senator Carter topportunity to again press he ppptal savings bank measure and it is said that with a number of amendments that it could be put in shape where it would be acceptable to the senate In the short time that remains of present session it la not thought pos sible to get the bill toward the house but it is argued that passage by the senate would be an important toward redeeming the promise madeI by the Republican national commit tee to enact the legislation There is no chance at the present session according to a conclusion reached by Senator Flint for the passage of the bill to reimburse E H Harriman for 2000000 expended under his direction by the Southern Pacific railroad to control the over flow waters of the Salton sea Pres dent Roosevelt has been anxious that the obligation be discharged as Mr Harriman repaired the damage when there was no appropriation under which the government could do the workConsideration of the diplomatic and consular appropriation bill was begun in the house of representatives The bill carries a total appropriation of 3592738 Mr Cousins la chair man of the committee on foreign affairs explained the provisions of the bill J Act Saves Famous Grove of Trees Washington Feb 21 President Roosevelt by signing the bill for the creation of the Calaveras national for legislationmost famous grove of trees in the world This act is the culmination of efforts extending over the past nine years No treasury appropriation is needed to carry out the provisions of the act Robert B vTiiteslde of Du luth Minn owner of the big tree groves receiving in exchange there for stumpage of equal value on other forest lands owned by the govern ment The bill had the support of the entire California delegation in congress Rejected All Bids Washington Feb 21 Congress having failed to increase the limit of cost for the proposed new dry dock at Pearl Harbor Hawaii to 3500000 as recommended by Secretary New berry the latter has rejected all bids under the recent advertisement the lowest responsible bidder being far in excess of the limit authorized NeW bids will be ask dtor which will contemplate the constructionof a dock considerably smaller than the one 1190 feet long originally proposed ANNOUNCES FOR LEGISLATURE CAMPTON Ky Feb 22theHon John Carter former Sheriff of Morgan county has announced as a candidate for Represenfetive from this the Ninefirst legislative district composed of the counties of Morgan and Wolfe subjec tofthe action of the Democratic party i Miss Myra Duke pfajsy a the piestof Hrs Gu JBroolci rr WEATHER TuesdayI ITonight Colder in West Portion Tuesday Night w I TO Visitors Welcome Running OF Meeting Bloomingburg OF Exqress MEET fice of the Clark County Equity Warehouse Company and receive their checks on the 1906 crop Where liens are held against a crop of to bacco all parties holding the liens as well as the owners of the tobacco must be present when the check is delivered so that they can agree on the amount and interest due on the liens and the correct amount paid to each lien holder All contracts held by growers must be presented when the check is delivered CLARK CO BOARD OF CONTROL TREATY GOES TO THE HAGUE American Rights in Canadian Waters Are DefinedText is Given To the Public Ottawa Ont Feb 22The treaty defining the rights of American fishermen to fish in Canadian and Newfoundland waters which now goes to The Hague for adjudication on dis puted points has been made public In the negotiations the Americana sought to have the word rights used but under Canadian pressure theord liberties was submitted The British cause holds that Amen cans are subject to reasonable local restrictions In exercising the fiber tiesThe American contention Is against this they maintaining that any restriction must be concurred in by tlisi United States Canada also contends that the threemile limit does not utter bays of less than six miles kfti width The Americans claim it fox lows the shore line A supplementary agreement between Ambassador Bryce and Secret tary Root provides that the agree ment of 1845 for the use of Cansoof strait and the bay of Fuhdy shall ba continued without prejudice to Can adas claim for exclusive jurisdictie in these waters BREAKS WORLDS RECORD 4 Burtnan Does Fast Century stunt sit l New Orleans TrackrNew Orleans Feb 22 Robert Bur man in his Buick car broke uworlds record for 100 miles on a cir cular track in the feature event of the second day of the lilardt Gras speed carnival Burman made the distance after a most remarkable drive in 14230 25 this Wing over 11 minutes faster than the previous record made by Clemens in Indian- aaDolis in 1903 t CASTRO IS TOYc RETURN HOME 1 At Least That is the Announcement t Given Out at Dresden By Former Dictator i Special to The NewsrDRESDEN Feb 22Former President Castro will return to Venezuela and resume the position of a private citizen That is the announce = ment given out here this morning by the former dictator But those who are in touch with international af fairs believe that the announcement is simply talk to influence some plan which Castro has in view It isnot believed that it would be safe for him to return to Venezuela now CARNEGIE GlVjfiS 1500 rr It was announced Sunday at the rservices of the Christian church that Mr Andrew Carnegie had agreed to give the chuch l600r one jialf the cost of the oragn pro vided the chuch would raise the other half The ladies of the church have already raised the other half and 3Ir Carnegie will giV s them the money acme time in the leat fi tare r I 4 1 i JI TWD THE WINCHESTER NEWS j- t I1Vhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one bn a time when you can stretch out in a full bath tempered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2WhP pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled tem water when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River and street suffer comfort family house true F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water WorksINCORPORATED Maple Street Evenue will you it surprised how these 1ElecticWe Furnish Electric Current NigHt for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current for Motors to Do Your Washing Run Your Sewing Run Curling Iron Curl Your Hair Smoothing Do Your Ironing Run Soldering Your Soldering We Furnish Current for All Purposes We All Tungsten Lamps forMoney THan Anyother Plant Kentucky Winchester Railway Light L INCORPORATED A Little Woman- I want to get a mitten said the little girl if it dont cost too much you a pair of mittens dont you my child replied the No just only one one thats suitable for a boy thats goin to propose an be ejected ilWASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP to ire kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a bite caused1 large deep sores to leg Thfe doctors failed they tBuofienrs Arhicia Salve = p1et1i cnreairiew4tes John Wash ington of Bb 1 ffiJJ exas Foi eczema frbjJS fcfcfns ajcia piles its supreme 25 at PT Corn pany f thvb Bti gds nRthilk bp5erjortle e7e than sfJilnTe Sltd for salt Is a s =ul tads1 xectanit when- they YeRl Jinftei t8P lithe bor1W e abld Iii tfrrfj wlll tlk ail J paK Kfloa ncmtifltJfeeB ist Jgij Rftt ap1 I freshu1ThQ bopaclgacld fsmade Y iiilso11nc a boraclb aclc lJn warm water J zaWss have a dry dismal looking yard when you can hav it filled with green grass blooming flowers and can at the time get rid of the dust w the 5Why other incon when you can have everything for and health of your right in the 6 Is it not that the answer is not lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise indifference to getting most out of life J C Co At cor and Lexington tell all about Youll be at inexpensive privileges are Day and Machine To Run Iron To Iron To Do Sell Less in Ice Co please Oh mean shopkeeper doctors was spideys JbverhSs com Phillips ti1ow littEyes- Tk water Tit the 4Why same veniences the and the The Lesser Evil The colored boy employed by a New York lady was named Lycurgus Jones Lycurgus is a rather long name aho said to him suprose I call you Gus for short Ah doesnt like nick names he replieo If you doesnt Uk Lycurgus you kin call me Jonosey She calls him Lycurgus You can not eat all the flour ad vertised as the best on earthand you can not make a mistake in using Mansfields Best Patent or Id Lilly EverY sack guaranteed MANSFLELDJS FLoUR MILLS Winchester L3 11133moeod The Law of Speculation Big men are given to taking profits smaller men are laying a baswhile for profits thatfoal or may nottifr shown The law of theJBshesin th Sea applies1 in gpecutaitiofu TheW brid the little shhar Weir res tiye miseions and tto small ones ra sate h uthe large ones are n 1t9ry TRY A1 rEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT a f DOOI MIM4y4n6 Feed corn as the evening meal Like the bean a man needs snap to be worth anything It is nearly time to think about getting the hot bed started In all your management of the flock let it be with the aim to improve your stock A little millet scattered in the straw will set a flock of hens to work as perhaps nothing else Never was a saying more true that an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure than in the poultry businessIts little troubleto put the tools back in place after using but it saves areINone too early to begin the cam paign against the lice and mites Begin now and avoid the rushthat is the inrush of the pest during the sum mer time Wellfilled is not always wellfed The hen will crowd its crop full of corn and will put on fat but will lay few eggs To be wen fed means more than just plenty of It It means those kinds of food which will go to make eggsThe farmer may get along without keeping a diary but he ought not to try to run the farm without keeping some kind of accounts as to outgo and income Too many farmers are do ing business by guesswork and not by facts The hen cackles because she has something to advertise and when she has properly announced the arrival of getsbusythe farmer What would the farm be without the business hen Do you know which crops netted you a profit last year and how much Do you know what animals you fed YQudontords Quit such reckless methods Do your farming as the business man conducts his business Some poultrymen say Dont allow the flock to go out when there is snow on the ground This Is a mistake Let the hens be the judge as to when they will go out and take the air Open up the slide every bright day that Is not too cold or windy and the hens gobackduringthean inventory of all you have on the farm buildings equipment machin ery and stock Know what you have Plan how best to work the farm and use the machinery and you will find that there will be a larger margin receiptthan Pennsylvania must have some aw fully good and awfully poor cows for the average annual production per cow of the state according to the dairy officials of the state experiment station is 160 pounds of butter fat worth US These figures mean that while there are good cows which are yemanying maintained at an absolute loss wayPlacebottom of a box 15 Inches square and fill with leaf mold and a little sand Plant a calla in each corner and i the center sink a sixInch flowerpot 9with the drainage hole stuffed with moss and with a layer of charcoal above the moss Water carefully till growth is well started then fill tie watedr e Washandh dairyIngwi1cream Is considered Then there an abundance of cold water and col air both of which are very n eesaa Afterthawater In which the milk cans are s u merged The milk should be quick and thoroughly to iget the bet results with the raising of the cream r11idthe l eepih bf trfe aalry products thotfas Hhebooledfa 40 andVbeldw ml1kUhn tooth point jwhereMthe lactic lucid fer merits can develop but slowly h Trim the apple trees early In the spring plasterIwill prevent its blistering the skin Keep the seed corn dry Freezing will not hurt it if it is entirely free from moisture Be sure the colts get exercise dur ing the winter Give them a run out side every nice day In raising colts remember that false economy during the first year or two will cost you dearly later Getting angry does not help things It only complicates matters and plunges one into a series of difficulties Time to mate up the breeding pens The rooster ought tobe with the flock several weeks before using the eggs for setting Airslaked lime sprinkled around the cracks and crevices of the hen house make it a very uncomfortable lodging house for lice and mites No matter what kind of stock a farmer is handling kindness always pays Even pigs have feelings and appreciate kind treatment Some hens like some people will shirk duty when they get a chance Weed out all the star boarders Keep the businesslike hen and use her to breed from The quicktempered man who loses his head when handling a horse is the man who generally has a horse that gets spells too Like owner like beast to a great extent To make the cellar a good cold storage placeopen at night except during the severest weather and close it during the day Keep fruit cool but do not let it freeze Sort the apples frequently To some farmers ventilation and draught are synonymous terms One means fresh air for the stock with out injury and the other means fresh air with a drawback of discomfort and colds which is ruinous Have an extra rqpe with a snap on one end hanging up in the rear of the horses stalls so that it will not be necessary to untie the rope from the manger every time you want to lead a horse out of the barn Here is how some folks keep swee potatoes through the winter success fully They wrap ach potato separately in newspaper and place in a barrel lined with newspapers until the barrel is full when it is well cov ered and kept in a warm dry room The horse is no better than the fee he stands on For this reason look at the hoofs of the stallion you propose to use If they are flat and other wise defective have a care for the chances are ten to one that the col you get from him will have the sam undesirable qualities More than ever do the hens need something in the way of green food Now that you cannot give them the trimmings from the garden provide clover meal scalded and then cooled before feeding Also give them a carrot beet or turnip to pick at A good way to manage the vegetables la to hang by a string from the ceil ing just high enough so they will have to jump for them Various remedies exist for the treatment of scours In calves One or two raw eggs broken into a calfs mouth have cured such cases The feeding of dried blood in small quantities eith er in the milk or In the corn feed Is a good remedy when the bowels become too loose The feeding of kafir corn either in the chopped heads o meal Is a good grain for while the calves are drinking milk Kafircorn has a constipating effect which offsets the laxative tendency of the skim milk Water the horse before not after feeding There Is a popular Idea that a warm horse should not be allowed to drink and unlike a great many other popular ideas there is a truth In It If you water a war horse in the ordinary way letting him drink all that he will you are like to have a foundered horse on your Nevertheyless it Is always safe to allow him from six to ten swallows no matter onn going into stable and he be a lowed to stand and eat hay for a hour and Is then offered water h will not drink nearly so much as he would had none been given before It the matter of feeding hay to wtngsuggestions Either heavy or light horses that are doing regular steady wor should not economicaldy Pe Thedt e rYdayepoundys salne anfotmb at north and about tfduble alts artount at night Many hdrsfesMH eat SQioi fO pounds pi hay ea day if they have free access toJ t 1anUlea n6ltd ramount 8i hay lei moo tf tHthaUinjur i DIRECTORY Kentucky According to the last census Kentucky has a population of 2147174 Tbe area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the con struction of railroads and the devel opinent of our resources for many yearsThe early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio liver and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a limited demand for coal and umber Now that the demand has in creased Itwould seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible utilities until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supplyN of timber is limited but 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 welcomeClark County Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop erty including franchises 12004 870Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars 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 R Nashville and Lexington Eastern Blue Grass is a natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in andtclover 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 be raised with profit poputCircuit Court First Monday in Aprilsecond Monday September first Monday in BeA 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 Hamoton 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 rFirst district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourthdistrict J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F F Goodpaster Seventh district Bon E Wills Wr itester County seat area a circle one and Popniatiom n anYcensus now has a population of near ten thousand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Licking Rivers has water works else tric street cars and lights Thilimite- dnatural gas Splendid Grade Schools and numerous churches Collegee is locatedat Winchester The fire de partment is one of the best in the State The assessed valuation of aR property including franchises 4692499 The tax rafe on the hundred is sixty cents for cityand fifty een for schools Era s center at Winchester the geographical location Wand shipping desirable lo cifyaA concerns Yare given five years exemption from taxation 3faeJ Commercial fClub toolli take pleasure in giving informatifnJ tUmcers XJor ClerknFH Haggard Attprnsf F PdletnJd g Rilai d1ZtJl1I nsey Collee J S Reese Assessor ttut A sy CALL ON j rNELSONJheTransferManby your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Might Phone 339 CofikHrigtt Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur nlture Pianos Etc a Spsclaltjft- NO 19 North Main Street IIotlTbs- nstWINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY- M SC H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed ani Repaired DRY CLEANING AND- DYEING A SPECIALTY W Cor Main and Fairfax HAC3AN GAS AND- ASPLINE Engines x I SIMPLE RELIABLE K w ECONOMICAL- Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE S MFG COt INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTON Pres BCF CURTIS Cash THE Clark Connty National Bank M1 IN STREET Wlnebete1f MM ItbtaIt Capital 92OOOOO Surplus 100000Undtvided Profit 3g000 v worganlied 18M being the oldest Bank lathoolty aeoonntPROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEVHJSQN lttorneY At Law 60 S tfaln 1 WinchesterKy ENDLETO 21 H BJSIh Attorneys At Law Ii S Main St Winches Ky GILBERT rBOTTO Fresh Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Preduce f BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE 1LACHIe GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with s nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagait YdN H Witherspoon Treasurer Police ChiefMal Tarpy Deputies Carral Azbill Albert Tanner John Ballard j Board of Council PisSecond wardA R Martin T L 3ThiriFourth wardJ D JnesnMcCu1lnjSlSBoardef Education G IT Strother President C H Res Secretary H W Scrivener Treasurer Harry Acton J B Cornett W Llas X K jLHlfi t James Kisle ZcnaBraie Jt itIt Jr i t Irzv t AJt 8 Ia Jno W dingeereti r7- t i 1 I a I I V 1THE WINCHESTER YtWI A08S GUNS OFNOISE t INVENTOR GIVES TEST OF SI f iLENCER IN NEW YORK Device of Hiram P Maxim Slows Down Escaping Gases Prior to At mospherlc ImpactFits on Muzzle of Rifle New YorkA merry party opening many bottles of champagne was what Hiram Percy Maxims demonstration e of his new gun silencer sounded like the other afternoon at the Potter building in Park row Now and again however there came a report several degrees louder than the puffy pops and the audience un derstood Maxim was just showing the difference between the old and the new way But for the most part it was just that little puffpopping and Maxim said most of the noise came from the impact of the bullets against the sand in the target It was the first public demonstration which the inventor has given of the silent gun which with smokeless powder leaves the marksman inaud ible as well as invisible He held it In the offices of his attorneys and In the next room a typewriter kept pounding keys just in line with the course of the bullets But Maxims target did not let any of them pass The guns which he used ranged all the way from the little 22 repeating rifle to the new 30 army weapons and took in the high power Mausers and Mannlichers The silencer is a little black tube which screws on at the muzzle of the gun and has about twice the diameter of the barrel The size and weight very according to the caliber and power of the arm For a22 caliber rib the tube is about four inches long and less than an Inch and a halt In diameter For a 30 rifle the si lencer is two inches longer but has the same diameter The weight is from six to nine ounces First Maxim snapped his little repeating rifle at the target without the tube on the end The noise wasnt pleasant to hear Then he put on a silencer The listener heard the hammer come hard against the cartridge he saw a little puff and that was all Maxim tried short and long rifle cartridges and the noise was not appreciably different Then he worked up to high power guns He let a 30 rifle go without the little black tube on the end and after that everybody held his ears when time came for a shot without the silencer With it in place the noise was just the same as a champagne bottle popping Finally he picked up a United States army rifle which he described as the best in the world The bullet has an dlnltial velocity of about 2700 feet a and when one hears it started on its course under normal conditions the impact upon the eardrum is severe Yet with that little black tube in place the sound is scarcely audible The theory upon which the silencer works Maxim described as being iden tical with that of the negative turbine The gunpowder gases as soon as they enter the silencer from the barrel of the gun meet the spiral chambers in the nterlrof the tube and are set to whirling The tendency of whirling bodies itf to fly out from the center and inasmuch as the only means of exit from the silencer is near the cen ter the gases are unable to escape until they have slowed down UNCLE SAM WANTS 3000 GOATS ck Alley Animals Sought to Clear m California Forests WashingtonWantedBy the Uni ted States government 3000 Angora goats able to eat anything from a red shirt or a circus poster to the bushy chaparral of the national forest backalley goats of Jersey City Hobo kenand Harlem especially desired This Is the advertisement which i may be looked for in the next few days when the government has com pleted a scheme now being formed ontto eat away the bushy growth and thereby protehe forests The goats will be properly scattered over an area and then guided so as eat away lanes in the forests The idea was made public by the bureauof forestry in a report showing the advantages of the plan Governor Saws Own Firewood Jefferson City MoGov Hadley of Missouri saws his own firewood in the cellar of the executive mansion llt is one of the best forms of ex ercise that I know of declares the governor and I have been doing It at the mansion these disagreeable morn ings when the weather prevents my daily horseback ride or long walk Sawing wood has been the governors exercise for years Before oc cupying the executive mansion he cut the wood used In his residence Sixty Skeletons Under Hut North Sydney N S A discovery of 60 human skeletons buried beneath the hut of a fisherman at Anseallumets on d the island of Thierre has startled and II1ystified the people of that littl French fishing colony according to ad vices received here from St Pierre Miquelon A suggestion advanced the possible solution of the mystery Is that the skeletons are those of the passengers and crew of the illfated founderepacket d near f t TRAPS FOR WARYr ADVERTISING TRICKS OF MAIL ORDER HOUSES GOODS PRICED BELOW COST Articles of Standard Value Frequently Sold at Cost to Create False Im pression of CheapnessUn thinking People Victims The theory upon which a great number of mail order concerns pro ceed is to select a certain numbpr of articles those of standard values and wellknown and mark them down to wholesale prices or lower This is for the purpose of baiting as well as to give the impression that regular dealers are selling goods at prices too high On many widely advertised goods which are in constant demand the mall order house advertises prices much lower than the actual cost of the goods to the house This is done with a view of catching customers killing off the trade of local dealers and with hopes of selling other goods at enormous profits Then the ad vertising part of the deal is of some valuePeople like to buy goods at the lowest possible cost They get im pressions of low prices from compari son of goods of which they know the selling price If a certain rifle is al ways sold in the gunstores at 14 and the catalogue house sells the same at li the average man realizes that he is getting a bargain even though the concern may lose a half dollar in the transaction But the man is also im pressed with the idea that prices are just as low on other goods of which he has little information as to values It is knowing this fact that causes the mailorder houses to resort to this trick Then there Is difference in quality of goods In the different lines there are different grades It is not long ago that a United States district court grand jury returned an Indictment against a large mailorder house on three different charges of fraud In each case there was mis representation One of the charges was that pure white lead paint sup posed to be manufactured by the con cern did not contain a trace of white lead and was manufactured by con tract by another concern The other charge was that jewelry was misrep resented In the matter of jewelry there Is great chance for fraud That which is called solid gold may be not over onetenth gold a little better than brass Gold always has a cer tain value Whether it is in jewelry or In a coin of the realm the value Is just the same Its purity and weight is what counts It Is curious how intelligent people who know of the fixed value of gold will take the word of a mailorder schemer as to quality when the article is sold at a less price than the metal which It is claimed is represented init can be bought for In the markets Low prices are generally quoted upon goods which the average people understand and are acquainted with and the loss is made up on the classes of goods which allow the practice of deception of the value of which the people little know People who patron ize mailorder concerns should under stand that In the majority of cases they are paying more than they would be compelled to pay if they made their purchases at home Then there is involved the principle of sending money away frpm the neighborhood where it is earned If the people who patronize mall order houses would only buy such goods as they know are priced below cost to the concern the mailorder houses could not continue in business a year But these concerns know that Mr Barnum was about right when he said that the American people like to be humbugged They transact their business accordingly The home merchant must go ahead on a differ ent basis He depends upon his repu tation for square dealing He knows that he must be honest whether he Is Inclined to be or not or that he will soon be compelled to get out of busi ness for lack of patronage The mail order concerns look for a new crop findnmore or less of a crop Economy In Home Trade In an address made some years ago before congress the late Thomas B Reed said Which is it better for the farmer to dosend his supplies a thousand miles to the seacoast 3000 miles across the water and sell it to the mechanic who gets less wages or sell it right here at home to the mechanic who gets more wages Reeds logic is sound but he might have gone a little further and shown the farmer how important it is to have the home market right at his door how by the building up of the commercial and manufaeturIng importance of his home town he widens the market for his products and that the livelier and better the home place can be made the better will be the prices he will receive for his products Demand HomeMade Goods One western state that Is giving a wholesome example to other states in the matter of patronage of industries is Colorado A movement has been well started for a campaign manufactureegoods Even the department stores in Denver Pueblo and other Coloreda made goods and extol their Colorado people are becoming suc advocates of home trade asto ask for articles manufactured In their state and refuse to take substitutes manu factured lseWhdre jr l Photograph by cnuedlnst Washington D 0 Mrs Byrd McGuire wife of Representative McGuIre of Oklahoma has made the social leaders of Washington look to their laurels Her husband Is very rich and Mrs McGuire is not only highly cultured but possesses the greatest ability for social leadership She Is noted for her handsome gowns and charming manner fEW GRAVES fOUND WAR DEPARTMENT UNSUCCESS FUL IN LOCATING HEROES Those Who Died In Battle of New Orleans Now Lost Forever to Country for Which They Fought New Orleans LaAlthough diligent search is being made here under the direction of the war department for the graves of soldiers who under Gen Andrew Jackson won the great battle of New Orleans little success has crowned the effort The records of the department show that in the fights of December 23 and 28 1814 and January 1 and 6 1815 there were 55 killed 185 wounded and 93 missing on the American side Many of the dead are supposed to be in tha National cemetery at Chal mette where a monument marks the site of the famous victory but the names of the dead are for the most part unknown and the search has not revealed the Identity of any burled thereAcross the river from the cemetery have been found 12 graves They lie noar a clump of pecan trees about 200 feet from the levee and about 200 feet from the old fortifications Tradition says that the men belonged to the Fiftyfourth infantry and that the bodies were taken across the river and buried there by marines The graves have no headstones In Old St Louis cemetery No 1 are three graves situated near the rear wall They bear inscriptions in dicating that Oliver Parmlee of New England Asabel Brunson of Halifax county N C and William P Canby midshipman in the United States navy all of whom fell in the battle of New Orleansare buried there Three of the soldiers are said to have been taken to Opelousas La and buried in the Catholic cemetery there but no record of their interment has been found by the department Jn St Louis cemetery No2 is the grave of Dominique You one of the pirate Lafittes men who took part in the battle In the same cemetery is the grave of Ursin Frederic also a victim of the English These few graves are all that have been located of the 55 that should contain the known dead Where oth ers are seems likely to remain as much of a mystery to the war depart ment as it has to the local historians for two or three generations WILLS PROPERTY TO FRIENDS As Result Whole City Rushes to Get Tokens New Bedford Mass Everybody in New Bedford who knew Mrs Laura F Rogers a wealthy octogenarian who died a few weeks agoand that in cludes almost everybody in townis running around mad trying to get hold of some piece of personal property belonging to the Rogers estate Mrs Rogers died leaving property valued at 100000 much of which was personal She left a Win which has thte ever a- New England testament It reads betqa p property they may wish as a token No list of friends was included so whho a aoq e with her is claiming to be a friend The wjll likely will be taken to th- courts e RAILROAD HEAD AS MAIL CLERK President of Michigan Central Still Draws Salary from Government TWashingtonThe surprising infor mation that B Ledyard presi dent of the Michigan Central railway for 23 years has been carried upon the rolls of the post office department as mail messenger at a salary of 1000 per year was divulged to the house of representatives the other day by Representative Murdock of Kansas It appears that the Michigan Central railroad many years ago applied to both Canada and the United States for reimbursement for carrying the mails over a stretch of railroad across the Niagara river which stretch consists of the expensive bridge which the rail road maintains there and over which It had not been able to collect mail carrying charges from either country owing to the fact that it was practically the boundary line between the Uni ted States and Canada The United States eventually made an arrangement whereby the president of the road was appointed mail mes senger and the road was by this means given money sufficient to recompense it for the continual carrying of the United States mails between the edge of the Niagara river and its center which Is the literal boundary line The mail contracts according to law could provide for the transportation of mail only to the bank of the river It is asserted that President Ledyard is still drawing his mail clerks salary MAN HAS MYSTERIOUS POWER Aged Prisoners Freak Tricks Secure Him His Freedom Tacoma WashOne of the freaks est men ever brought Into the police station here is P Arnold a cook 64 years old who does tricks that have mystified the police Arnold laid a po hisIItithe force to move the club and then anIcue which also was laid In Arnolds open palm The cue was finally broken by one of the men leaving the butt lying loosely across Arnolds palm The man also makes lead pencils do peculiar things and claims to be able to find articles hidden When he rubs his hands together for the fraction of a minute both the members become hot that they will raise a blister he claims by laying them on the flesh He tried to give ocular demonstration of his power on Chief Detective Fits gerald but the officer dodged and moved near the door Arnold was arrested for disorderly conduct but when the police found out his peculiarities they turned him loose Remembered CinderellaIYork PaIf Mayor Weaver hadno t remembered the story of Cinderella and the silver slipper Harry Smith ofI Willlamsport might have bunkoed him and the police Into giving him the price of a pair of shoes Smith had been arrested for drunkenness and plice e told the mayor somebody had stolg n his new shoes while he slept An officer found a pair of wornout ones an n adjoining cell and when Smith in dignantly denied their ownership and demanded money for net ones the mayor ordered them tried on him and they fitted perfectly Smith had stuffed them through a crack into the cell in which they were found He was sent to Jail for 30 days PRIZE AND PREMIUM FAKES Bait Held Out to Catch the Trade cf the Unsophisticated Prize and premium offering are methods that are resorted to by some concerns that seek to do business through the mails with people residing in agricultural districts The wise people will never be caught on this game All classes and kinds of goods have a real value and are worth so much in the markets of the world The farmer who has 1000 bushels of wheat to sell knows that his goods have a fixed value dependent upon the market prices It would be foolish for him to offer to the buyer as an in ducement a few head of cattle a barrel of cider or a slab of bacon in order to induce him to buy Yet these very farmers will bite at a proposition which is identically the same in prin ofIthe buyers give a piece of furniture of the value of ten dollars Is this a fair business deal Can the manufacturer afford to do It if his goods are standard He may say that by selling di rect to the consumer and cutting out middlemens profits he can afford to do so But this is a lie a flimsy excuse and is not in accordance with sound business principles There must be a profit for the manufacturer or he will fail He does make a profit He even makes a larger profit than the average dealer in goods of his kind In the first place he sells the cheapest kind of article even though it may look nice and be highly per fumed In the second place he gives light weight and gets the highest price The value of the premium given Is always misrepresented ex aggerated and that which is supposed to be worth ten dollars is not worth four dollars and for the latter amount can be purchased from any respectable dealer The premium Is never free It must be paid for and it is the one who receives it that generally pays for It Mrs Jones would wonder if Grocer Brown would ask that she give half a pound of feathers with every dozen eggs he buys of her Mrs Jones has too much common sense to think that she can afford to give away a pound of butter with each dozen eggs She knows she would be loser But If she could induce the grocer to pay her 40 cents a dozen for her eggs when the market price is only 20 cents she she might see how it would be profit able to her to throw in as a premium a pound of overripe butter Still Mrs Jones will join soap clubs coffee clubs and fakes in the premium line of every kind just because she does not stop to do a little sound thinking Local Dealer Sometimes to Blame Thousands of dollars go out of Jefferson county each year in connection withthe mail order business to the loss of the local dealers and manu facturers It does not help very much to appeal on the ground of patriot Ism to those people who buy of outside dealers as purchasers go where they think they can find the best bargains Every one must recognize the fact that the local dealer cannot prosper without local trade but there are a lot of people who fail to govern them selves accordingly Orders for goods are sent to Syracuse or New York or Chicago which could have been as thisfThe great success of the big mail or der houses has been built up almost wholly by advertising Fortunes are spent in letting the people of the coun try know what they have to sell Lib eral space in the newspapers and magazines is used to exploit the mail or der business in addition to the catalogues issued These are the avenues through which the houses draw a large part of their business Is there not a lesson here for the local dealer Cannot he hold some o the business which goes to the o mail order houses by judicious use o the columns of the local newspapers The Watertown newspapers have a large circulation through the towns and rural districts of northern New York The Standard believes the local merchants and manufacturers could divert much of this trade to them selves if they took the proper methods The Standards interests are wholly with the localdealer and these suggestions are made with the firm conviction that he has a remedy for his loss of trade In local advertising Watertown N Y Standard Abuse Of satires I think as Epictetus did uIt evil be said of thee and If it be true correct thyself If It be a He laugh at it By dint of time and ex perience I have learned to be a good posthorse I go through my appointed dally stage and I care not for the curs who bark at me along the road Fred erick the Great 1 Always the Shortest Edgeworth A straight line is the shortest in morals a n thematics TRY A NEWS WANT X ADVERTISEMENT r Pili ThrII 1 BRICK OF ALL GW AND KINDS f and in any quantity delivered as you theirinterest wiltbeprioesthatelse Seeds And Implaznents of the Right Kind Too JIRS Martin Goal and Supply Co themIGAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES BEST in tHe World BUSH ontheCorner 0 COUNTY COURT DAYS l Below is a list of the days County Courts are held each month in coun ties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Monday Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mon dayEstill Irviner 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Mon day Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Monday Nicholas 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 Work That Wins He who would succeed in any under taking must first understand that in telllgently directed work is the only kind that wins He who starts out to accomplish things for his home town cannot blunder along unless he endangers that which he sets out to do Commercial clubs too often fail in ac complishing good because of a lack of system in the efforts mat There is an old saying Too many cooks spoil the broth This axiom is exemplified frequently by the organization which attempts to carry out great projects without the proper system for doing the same Work must he rightly pursued or it comes to naught Each worker should have his particu lar part to perform and for this part he should be selected with a view as to his fitness Concerted effort right f ly made always wins Would Benefit Mail Order Houses A threatens the contin busineesf thefto the defense of the cracker barrel and box of sawdust together with the little red schoolhouse joint palladia of our liberties Providence R L Bulletin rfSKJk tijfe Work with a Will We are not sent into this world to r do anything Into which we cannot put our hearts We havecertain work to do for our bread and that Is to be done strenuously other work to do for our delight and that is to be done heartily neither is to be done by halves or shifts but with a will and v what is not worth this effort is not to be done at all John Ruskin Old Heads on Young Shoulders r Our children are growing more In dependent It is not the fault of ther parents nor ofthe children we are not careless and tkey are not wi grateful The conditions olrllLerei responsible for the modern y uthrr W Famllien Zeltung Vienna Afmbst HOIIIi r It is pretty hard for any man to hero to his sweethearts brother 0 6 i i 118 Foil THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 IrPublished by tfl The Winchester News Co- tj Incorporated Office South Main Street Kentuckyttst Daily Except Sunt aYe JV Entered as secondclass matter flHorember 28 1908 at the post office thesJUf of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES t Carrier Delivery iifti13s one year 520 nt Week r 10 Payable at office or to collector arrwT week Mail Delivery 300year bc months 15Q- fttat month 25 Payable in advance tADVERTISING RATES Pispiay Per Inch 4JM time any edition 25 aree times within one week 50 fjfcit week continuously 100 calendar month 300 tfJPcrar weeks four times a week 240 rPour weeks three times a week 180 our weeks two times a week 120 forni weeks one time a week 75 v Time discounts3 months 10 pert 6 months 25 per cent on- efllr 33 13 per cent itJReading NoticesPer Line sfNiBiness notices body type 7cPare reading news headings loo New Phone No 91 MONDAY FEBRUARY 22 1909 HOVEL USE OF TELEPHONE 1 forcornSD mercial and social purposes is well understood in this country and if zeports be true it is highly valued in many rural communities as a dis- seminator of neighborhood news oyer party lines But some European cities are making use of it in a way t unknown as yet in this country Our i consulgeneral at UudaPesth de scribes this novel application of the instrument BudaPesth isone oft the finest cities in Europe with- a population ofmOle than 700000 j Our consul writes The newstelephone system which K lids been in successful operation in t this city for several years past is r + t owned and managed by a private corporation whereas the regular tele phone system is owned by the gov l ernment and administered by the Ministry of Posts and Telegraphs The annual subscription 731 paid i quarterly in advance entitles the 4 subscriber to two receivers and the 4 roll service of news music etc the subscriber to pay the expenses of installation and removal generally about 850 The service begins at 8 55 a m when a buzzing noise loud enough to be heard across a Marge room and lasting for fifteen seconds announces the correct time At 930 the days program of imp or tant events is announced that is to say the ceremonies lectures plays laces etc At 10 and 11 oclock stock quotations and general news items y are given At noon comes a second announce ment of the correct time followed by parliament news and general items of interest At 1245 stock Quotations from the local Vienna and Ber in exchanges and general news At 2 oclock more parliamentary and general news and at 3 p m the clos ing prices ofstocks meteorological forecast local personals mid small items ands in winter the condition of the various skating places At 4 p m court and miscellaneous news Prom 430 to 630 military music irom one of the great cafes or gar dens In the evening the subscriber tfinay choose between the royal opera oroneof the theaters and later mus J4 e by one of the tzigane orchestras This program seems to be suffi v ciently batted to satisfy the desires consulwritesdrt faction The system has someob 4 vious advantages but also some drawbacks As an attempt to sup plant the daily newspaper it is in tgenions and in furnishing music 4it outstrips the most ambitious at jtfmpts of journalism But its fail f uetn furnish any substitute for the 1 c7 advertising columns of the n wspa per lignores prominent t and chars actcristic feature of American life and leaves the lady of the house without any information as to bar gain counters or assistance in her shopping excursions This material omission can not be made good even by classical music The delivery of parliamentary news and stock quotations while you wait may tend to keep paterfamilias at homer but other features of club and downtown life are left unprovided for To make it complete the system should Jill short orders and provide bellboys We doubt if it will ever flourish m meliJ ATHENS jfr Fink King was Confined to his room the past week with la grippe Miss Ethel Porter of Winchester is Gibsson Mrs Bettie Barnes has returned to her home in Versailles after several weeks visit to Relatives here Robt Moores who has been quite ill for several weeks is now convales centMr and Mrs Frank Morton of Ford are the guests of Mr and Mrs Wiliam English Miss Goldie Welch of Georgetown has been visiting relatives here forth last week Dr J J Gibson returned home from Virginia Honday where he had been to attend the funeral of his grandfather At J H Farneys public sale last Friday cows sold from 35 to g75 and mules brought from 100 to 150 PRETTY RUN j 1111 c lId Mrs Rome Martin gave supper Thursdav night in honor of Mr Joe Sulivan and family Among those present were Misses Beulah and Lilla Erma Sullivan Be sie and Bertha Ball Carrie Curtis and Messrs Charley French ITaydoii Johnson Emery Ball Clifford Curtis Vance Howard Liuvill and Asa Mar tinAfter supper was served James Ware played until a late hour All report a good timeIThe Chlnmans Long Suit The Chinaman should neve consent to blossom out as a fighting man His long suit is peace the truck garden trod the non combatlvA hg4 Los An selos Times I LIVED HIS SHOP Tom Cowan the popular barber who was burned out in the Com View Hotel fire would like to has his customers and old friends ai fcSon him in his new shtp in the Simpson and Hathaway building MOVING PICTURES Moving pictures 3000 feet moving pictures at opera house Saturday night All new pictures Price 10 cents 2183tA- NNOUNCEMENTS For Mayor We are authorized to announce JA HUGHES as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce HT STROTHER- as a candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized 10 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 F P PENDLETON- as a candidate for City Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce WOODSON MCORD as a candidate for ChieLof Police subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are aujhorizedto announce wRUPARD as a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the1 Democrat ic party 1 City Collector We are authorized to announce HARRY W SCRIVENER as a candidate for City Collector of Winchester subject to the action of the Democratic party j LAWYER vjiC- ABINETPLUMS Taft Picks Five as Official Advisers TREASURY IS UNDECIDED Presidentelect Is Said to Realize That Great Difficulties Must Be Overcome If Constitutional Restrlc tions Are to Be Thrown Around Corporations and BcresTask Will Require Best Legal lent He Can SecurerDjcklnspno Career- Philadelphia F Fb C2 President elect Taft arrived here from Cincin nati and with Mrs Taft who came over before from New York to join him is the guest of Dr S We r MitchellA took place between the presidentelect and Frank H Hitchcock who came here at the request of Mr Taft Frank B Kellogg was also a visitor The report printed that as presi dent he would go to Alaska Mr Taft said had only the foundation that he had received an invitation for such a trip and had replie4 that he would hold it under consideration This same answer he 1 sald likewise applied to invitations to visit Denver and Seattle next summer He has not yet decided what his traveling itiner ary for the year will be except that and will make a trip through the south and southwest as far as Texas An address will be delivered by Judge Taft at the Academy of Music here today under the auspices of the University of Pennsylvania In celebration of university day A walking stick used by Benjamin Franklin and G VON L MEYER One of Present Cabinet Ministers Favored by Taft by him presented to LaFayette will be a gift to the university by the presidentelect Tonight he will attend the Pennsylvania university alumni dinner He leaves for New York tomorrow morning Mr Taft admits he is making head way in the selection of a secretary of the treasury but main tains the place is not yet filled Franklin MacVeigh and Myron T Herrick are two of the men under consideration With this exception the Taft cabinet is complete and when officially promulgated shortly before his inauguration will be found as follows Secretary of State Philander C Knox of Pennsylvania Attorney GeneralGeorge W Wick ersham of New York Secretary of WarJ M Dickinson of Tennessee Secretary of Commerce and La borCharles Nagel of Missouri Secretary of the Navy George Von L Meyer of Massachusetts Secretary of the Interior R A Ballinger of Washingtoni Postmaster General Frank S Hitchcockof Massachusetts Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson of Iowa It will be observed that in this list are five lawyers of whom Mr Taft believes there are none better in the country It may be stated that this fact Is not a mere coincidence but is an accomplishment which has been carefully planned and striven for by the incoming president and bears a most important relation to what ne believes to be the important work of his administration Constitutional legal restrictions on corporate abuses are the accomplish ments he will strive for The extreme difficulties of first framing such meas ures and then of securing their enforcement have confronted Mr Taft with great force To meet them with success he believes will require the combined legal skill of the ablest minds he can bring to the task In assembling his legal cabinet the pres identelect has not lost sight of the necessity of obtaining men whose be liefs on the questions to be dealt with coincide with his own Mr Tafts position has been clearly embodied in his inaugural address and this document is known to have received hearty adoption and complete approval by all of the men selected to be Mr Tafts cabinet advisers With thU known careful considera wit 9kand to the lawyers in hh ciAlriet interesting to knoI i i something of the personality and le gal achievements of the latest acqui sition J M Dickinson of Tennessee who accepted the war at the hands of Mr Taft in Cincinnati Mr Dickinson will give up the posi tion df general solicitor for the Illinois Central railway system and a salary of 35000 a year to become a cabinet minister He is between 54 and 55 years of age a native of MiR sissippi served three months n the Confederate army as a boy graduated from the University of Tennessee and finished his education In Germany Mr Dickinson has always teen a Democrat although he is a personal friend of President Roosevelt and refused to vote for Bryan He was for a time judge of the supreme court of Tennessee and was appointed by President Cleveland assistant attorney general of the United States serving under Attorney General Harmon Mr Dickinson was selected by President Roosevelt to present the argument of the United States before the joint highs commission which ad justed the Alaskan boundary dispute between this country and Great Brit ain and his presentation of this case won for him an international reputa tion The new war secretary became gen eral counsel for the Illinois Central system under the presidency of Stuy vesant Fish and it is said that in the subsequent controversy between Fish and Harriman he was strongly on the side of Mr Fish It is also asserted that his retention by Mr Harriman was entirely a recognition of his abil ities not only as a legal advisor but as an administrator PRESIDENTS NEPHEW FALLS TO HIS DEATH Stewart Douglas Robinson Killed at Harvard University Cambridge Mass Feb 22Stcw- art Douglas Robinson 19 a nephew sophotsixstory window of Hampton hall a dormitory on Massachusetts avenue and was killed He was a son of Douglas Robinson Robinson was out with a party of fellow students and late In the even ling he complained of not feeling well and went to the apartments of his brother Monroe Douglas Robinson in hissown rooms It is understood that shortly after his arrival young Robinson stumbled and fell and struck heavily on his forehead receiving a painful injury His friends say they put him in his brothers bed and after raising the window a few inches in response to his request for more air went away leaving him apparently asleep That was the last they heard of young Robinson until they were told that his body had been found on the side walkIt is believed that after his friends left him Stewart got out of bed and walked towards the window to open it wider It is thought that as he leaned out over the sill he became dizzy and losing his balance fell out of the window which Is abou four feet from the floor to the pavement six stories below POLICE CAPTAIN KILLED Receives Shot Thrcugh Head After Fatally Wounding Thief Olean N Y Feb 22In a handto hand pistol duel with Nelson Deshler of Berlin Ont whom he caught in the act of robbing the office of the Drony Lumber company Police Captain Timothy Hassett was killed by a shot through the head Deshler was shot four times He escaped out was captured later in a room at the Olean House where he registered from Pittsburg It is thought he will die Change of Venue For Curry Marion 0 Feb 22 Hamilton R Curry who is charged with the mur der of J W Jackson will be tried at Upper Sandusky April 19 Judge Daniel Babst of the common pleas court decided a motion for a change of venue in favor of Curry Thj court granted the change because mwspa pers have printed practically all of the testimony In the case and because the public is supposed to be bitter against Curry an Erie detective who shot Jackson for resisting arrest for stealing coal Hang Senator In Effigy Upper Sandusky 0 Feb 22ecause Senator Corey the new senator from this district voted against the Dean option bill lie was hung in effigy There Is no clew as to the perpetrators The dummy was made especially for the occasion and evil dently took much time in the preparation jClerk Accused of Embezzlement Bellefontaine 0 Feb 22 Frank E Day former clerk pf the board of public service was arraigned before Judge Brodrick and pleaded not guilty to the charge qf embezzling c ty waterworks funds He gave li00 bond Aged Woman Murdered Detroit Mich reb 2Mrs Francis Richard 68 was found murdered in her home here There were three gashes in the throat and face Frank Bialk 22 is locked up charged with the murder X r re REPLIES JO HEMENWAY Ii President Adds Stirring Chapter to Secret Service Controversy Washington Feb 22 President Rooseveltadded another stirring chapter to the secret service controversy in a vigorous and lengthy reply to the attacks made on this branch of the government in a report made recently by Senator Hemenway of the sen ate committee on appropriations Sen ator Hemenway in this report up holding the limitation in the scope of the secret service asserted that it never had been the intention of con gress to build up a spy system and with evident reference to this part of the report the president declared that if the limitation of the use of the secret service had been in force when the sensational land frauds were un earthed a few years ago a senator a representative and various men of wealth and high political influence who at that time were convicted would all have escaped punishment CommItteeCensures President Washington Feb 22By a vote of 3 to 2 the subcommittee of the com mittee on judiciary which has been investigating the merger of the Tennessee Coal and Iron company and the United States Steel corporation decided to report to the full commit tee that the president was not au thorized to permit the absorption Blizzard Kills Hundred London Feb 2A dispatch from Odessa to a news bureau here reports that more than 100 lives have been lost in the blizzards in southwestern Russia during the last three days BUCKEYE BOWLERS ON FOREIGN ALLEYS Cleveland and New York Contest Begins Tonight I New York Feb 22The opening bowlICleveland 0 will be rolled cn the Grand Central alleys in Brooklyn to night and the popularity of the alley game in New York is showing itself in the interest taken in the match Jimmy Smith the New York cham pion is tc meet Louis Franz the best bowler of the Ohio city in a home and home tournament Thirty games are to be rolled the first fifteen in Brooklyn tonight and the other fifteen in Cleveland on March 12 Franz has been champion of Cleve land for three years He is as good a bowler when working in a team as in singles as he proved lately when he and Charley Gilbert won an intercity match rolled against Will Flen ner and Gus Steele two of Chicagos best men on the alleys Cleveland bowlers are enthusiastic about Franzs ability declaring that he will prove himself the best bowler In America A number of them have come on here to see him roll against Smith The latter Is generally considered The best bowler in the metropolis In a recent workout in preparation for tonights match he rolled an average for nine games of 233 beginning with a 300 score It is reported that he has done even better The match Is for 500- a side in addition to a share of the gate receipts Woman Attacked on Street Cleveland 0 Feb 222lfrs Mary smallihomeIjUickiners was struck on the head by a man hiding behind a tree Dazed but not quite unconscious she made esIIcape gave up the chase as she neared home Mrs Rickmers fainted in er doorway and considerable time elapsed befbre she could tell of the attack which gave her assailant time to escape No arrests have been made Will Enlarge the Plant Sault Ste Marie Mich Feb 21 Manager Franz of the Lake Superior corporation which was recently tak en over by English capitalists issued a statement that the committee would commenceat once extensive additions to the open hearth furnaces at the Al gpma steel plant in the Canadian Soo Other improvements are to follow fast the intention being to make it the greatest steel industry IR Canada It is reported that the company will erect new blast furnaces and a structural steel plant Will Fight Powder Trust San Francisco Cal Feb 22 Backed by the interests headed by Senator William A Clark of Mon tana a powder manufacturing company beginning operations with a capital of 13000000 will shortly erect a plant ins one of the bay counties and engage in active competftipn ith the powder trust according tp a statement made in this city Indictments Invalidated Bowling Green 0 Feb 22Fran cis L Judd of Cleveland indicted here by the grand jury for misappli cation of bank funds has been order ed not to appear in the indictment by Judge Henderson of the common pleas court This decision will invalidate all of the work of the grand Jury as an alien was a member of the wand Jury u 7 C l8l O Special rain r TO LexingtonTO the Merry Widow Friday Feb 26 Leaves Mt Sterling 6s3O p m Winchester 7sOO p m Returning Leaves Lexington after the Show Geo W Barney D P A SA G LocknaneAgent IDWELLING HOUSE INVENTORIES FREE WE WILL SEND A HAND SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILLMAKEJ0RJTTEN APPLICATION FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR 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 JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Fresh Fru ts and Fresh Brace Cigars Tobaccos Oysters d Candies Home Phone 712 MiKe Joseph 36 N Main St WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS y The oldest and best institutio i in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST 2 18tf CLAY CITY Mrs F F Key of Mayfield is the guest of her daughter Mrs Crews Rash at the Clay City Hotel s Mr Edwin Bryan of Winchester and Mr J H Wadkins of Lexington were the guests at the Red River Ho tel V Miss Geneva Adams pOnt a few days in Jackson the past weekwith friends Mrs Grace DiGkon of Jackson is visiting lie parents Mr and Mr Tom AdamstMiss Nannie Tracy is visiting friends and relatives in Lexington Miss Bertha Maple entertained a few friends last Thursday night week and those that enjoyed the evening were Misses Mary G EatpnMary and Grace Shirajssel Alollyand Ada Johnson Mildred More Lula Bowman Maud Fletcher Ethel John son Patsy Bush Messrs Turner Mc jTaulbeeMaurine McLin of Jackson was the guest of Ula Shatlock the first of last week Mr Vanarsdale of Louisville Mr J P Jahrons of Newport and Mr YoB McPherson of Winchester were in the city this week Mr Oscar M tn ckey Sr has been quite ill for some time Mr Cliff Eaton was the guest at the Clay City Hotel this week Mr J C Fitch Jr of Lexington was visiting here the first of last week Mr Grover Barnett was the guest of his sisters Mrs Jessie Allen and Miss cnxrie arnet Monda Mr W Nu hlefrSiaufoSy for Memphisi Term ona busines trip and will be absent from hoiile for some time i aCARDOrrHAHKS7f We desire to return our hxrtfelt thanks soMkindly ministered to the wants of our dear mother Mrs Effie Hinds luring her illness and at her Heath TIJE FAMILY THE fcEWSby malIJ3 ar ear f w I THE WINCHESTER NEWS Paue Five I SOCIETY 11 t Seldom has Winchester society enjoyed such a round of gaieties as in the past few weeks The advent of this week brings the Lenten sea son and for many days the gaieties will cease in a measure at least Monday will be quite an eventful day in society It is George Wash ingtons birthday and many beauti ful celebrations will be given in Memory of the Father of our Coun try There will be entertainments danceiawhist party a Euchre all these on one day dayIore Lent will be given which will end the gaities until April t e cTwo Entertainments- MIS E E Ki dwell entertained Saturday at the home with a EuI cure in theaf ternoon and a Forty two party in the evening in c om pliment Miss Beck man of i At CincinnatiIedabout fifty guests r 4tion throughout had the sugges of Washington and the house was made lovely with vases of roses and carnations flagss iireverywhereThe decorated with tiny hatchets colo vial hats or cherry trees and each gue t received a tiny silk flag with a pin attached as a souvenir rof the happy occasion Mrs Kidwell in pink megsalirie and gold braid with Miss Dickman who wore a most becoming gown of pink directoire satin trimmed in Princess Louise lace Miss Merrill gowned in a coral silk with the gold lace trimmings and Mr Perry re ceived the guests in the library The charming hostess was assisted entertaining in the afternoon by Mrs Ray Patterson Mrs George Proctor Mrs Joe Brown and Miss Kate Rash while Misses Margaret Brown and Bonnie Gibbens two of our beautiful and charming debu tantes presided in a most graceful l manner over the coffee table After the guests had played the w games a delicious luncheon was served at the small tables consisting of chicken salad beaten bis r cuits nut and olive sandwiches croquettesland were Mrs L Becfcner Mrs To- Becknr Mrs Frankln Mrs Duty Mrs Ogden Crutcher Miss Mary Crutcher Miss Kate Rash Miss Anna S Rash Miss Margaret Brown Miss Bonnie Gibbens Miss Mamie Merrill of Madison Intl Miss Agnes Dickman of Cincinnati and Miss Cornell Mrs Smith o Avondale Cincinnati Mss Dr Ish J mael Mrs Chas Parrish Mrs Donovan Mrs Scrotber Mrs Strossman Mrs Jenkins Mrs B JF Johnson Mis Joe Brown Mrs Geo Proctor Mrs Garner Mrs J Mitchell Mrs Ratling Miss Collins Miss Ormie Hodgkin Mrs Green MM Hadden Mrs Ray Patterson Mrs Clelland Miss Ella Pendeton Mrs Gus Brooks Mrs Hart Robinson Mrs Anderson Mrs Sam Jeffries and Mrs Massie v Thoee present in the evening were Mr and Mrs Beatty Mr arid Mrs Donovan Mr and Mrs Thompson Mr and Mrs Duty Mr4 land Mrs Massie Mr and Mrs W Witherspoon Mr and Mrs McEI downey Mr and Mrs Sam Jeffries i Mr and Mrs Strossman Mr and Mrs Strother Dr and Mrs Clark Dr and Mrs Crutcfaer Dr and Mrs Ishmael Mr and Mrs Gib bens Mr and Mrs Parrish Mr and Mrs Hayes Mr and Mrs Green Mr and Mis Jenkins Miss Agnes Dickman of Cincinnati Miss Mamie Merrill of Mad snn Ind Mr Chas Perry of Coving ton Miss La Vina Collins Mr and Mrs Ray Patterson Mr and Mrs CHBOWEN Shirley Madden Mr and Mrs Hon JohnsonIMrs Geo Proctor Mrs Grigsby Miss Grigsby Mr and Mr Clelland Miss Julia French Miss Elizabeth French Mr and Mrs Whitcomb Mrs Qscar Johnson Mrs MacNeill Dr and Mrs Vaught Mrs Carrie Buckner has issued invitations to a Chocolate Drink ing in compliment to her guests MrpPlatt and Mrs Troy ofI Asheville for Tuesday afternoon February 23 e Mrs C E Gibbens will give a Euchre party at her home this af ternoon This evening Miss Gib bens will entertain with a Forty two party s Mrs Ida M Coates charmingly entertained with a six oclock dinner Sunday in compliment to Miss Goldie Perry of Winchester who was the guest of her aunt Miss Ale theia Shiddell on South Mill treet in Lexington Informal Tea Mrs Strauder Goff gave a tea at her home on Maple street Saturday afternoon Her guests spent delightful old fashioned af ternoon chatting over their pretty bits of fancy work The party was very informal and greatly enjoyed by those fortunate enough to be present Tea and small cakes were served Among those present were Mr Carrie Mills Mrs Buford Tracy Mrs Hampton and Miss Fanny Hampton Mrs Philip Winn and Mrs Rees t i Bridge PartyIMrs William H Garner and Mrs EJ Mitchell are entertaining with- a Bridge Farty this afternoon in honor of Mrs Troy of Memphis Tenn Mrs Platt of Asheville N C and Mrs Harry Smith of Cincinnati McohordHurt An engagement which will be of great interest to many here was announced in the CourierJournal Sunday Mi and Mrs Alfred H McChord announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Laura Harlan Mc FairleightThe wedding will take place in the early Spring at the home of the bride in Lebanon Miss McChord lived here for sev eral years where her father was a partner with Allen and Murphys Stnref made many friends here and this announcement interestione MaidsMr Hart is the cashier in an Owensboro bank auiis quite pop ular I Littie Colonel Readers The Little Colonel Readers bad a most delightful meeting with Miss Ada Lee Boone Saturday after noon At the conclusion of Jthe af te noons program delicious lu was served Those present were Misses Ft ua ces Pendleton Julia Gaitskill Myr tie Spencer Emma Thomson Lou IdajlIe LiterarYand Social Club Miss Richie Lane in her att way entertained the Literary and Social Club on Saturday at her home on Boone avenue The house was quite attractive in is decorations of potted plants and narcissus There was a most interesting program Miss Lucy 8 tewart read a most in = hT LtTT T What fean0ti Tell about the comparative values oF Yradvertisements Nothing Theres Only one way to Jtb Judgesee for yourselfr u I t- OurI StocK is immerse Youll Service find us right J in three jvays Price Quality and Ii I 0 Jeweler and Optician I teresting and highly entertaining paper ontbe Lift of Wadworth Miss Alice Porter rendered a most beautiful piano solo Misses Emma Leo Tavlor and Owen Porter had abeated discus itygram a very refreshing meat course was served Miss Lanes guests for the aft i noon were Mrs William P French Misses Anna Mae Hisle Margaret Sphar Florrye Smith Sara Beverly Jouett Sara Qo odloe Benton lila and Lucy Stewart Anne Dudley Winnie Garrett Margaret McKinley Alice and Owen Porter Clay Cioxton andi Emma Lee Taylor R 4 The Fortnightly Literary Chub meets with Mrs J C Vaugtit this afternoon Miss Bonnie Gibbens will be hos tessat a tea Tuesdav afternoon Mr and Mrs John M Jenkins will have their twentieth wedding anniver sary on Saturday evening Mrs Taftand Mrs Fairbanks A special from Washington saysr Mrs Taft who arrived in Wash ington this morning will make only a brief visit en route for New York She will return here February 27 to join the Presidentelect and With their three children Robert T Taft Miss Taft and Charlie Taft will be Miss Boarclmaus guests until March 3 As already announced Mr and Mrs Taft have accepted the invitation of President and Mrs Roosevelt to pass the night of March 3at the White House Vice President and Mrs Fairbanks are contemplating a trip around the world soon after the adjournndent of Congress They probably will take a steamer at San Francisco visiting Hawaii and the Philippine Islands then China and Japan and returning byway of Europe The time of their return is not definitely fixed Elected to Colonial Dames A telegram from Winsted Conn aIionunces that Mrs W H Taft has been elected to membership in the Connecticut Society of Colonial Dames of America Mrs Taft is a descendent of Thomas Welles who was Governor of Connecticfit from 1655 to 1658 Mrs Taft is a mem her of the Ohio Society of Colonial Dames of which Mrs William D Warren nee Dandridge is president To become a member of thus very ex = elusive societv one must be received by ones ancestral State us well as by theState in which the applicant lives This explains why Mrs Taft is credited to Connecticut But Ohio claims her for its very ownCin cinnati Enquirer The Cooking School The Cook Clubmet with Miss Iva Gaines Allen xm Saturday after noon at her home on North Maple street Games were indulged in until the little ladies ire rather wornont and hungry when Mrs Allen had arranged the things each of the girls had brought on plates and they were served in that manner The afternoon was delightfully sneut and ffhe little girls can hardly wait from tone meeting So and her Miss ADoris guests for the after noon were Misses Marie aird Ger trude Bloom Virginia BaMwin Mary Prances Ogden Dorothy Por ter Elizabefh Stewart Kathleen Earp Mayme cravcner Catherine 3izgucs Rosalind Stevenson Frances Combs Scott Elizabeth Beckner PERSONALS oehvn were Monday Miss Amanda Thompson of Mt Sterling anS Miss Lucile Belle of Nicholasville come Monday to lie the attractive guts of Miss Anna Stoner Rash for a flew days Mr and Mas Elijah Walden re turned home t5us morning after a MrseNanev Maupin of Ford Ky Mr and Mrs Tandy Chenault of Mt Sterling are guests of Mrs Jack McCord Miss Julia Graves has returned home from an extended visit through Texas and Mexico Miss Mary J Stevenson who tins been in Zanesville Ohio for sometime as head trimmer at the Fink Parisian Millinery parlors has re signed her position to accept a more lucrative one at Charleston W Va She is now in New York City in in t rest of the firm Among those from here who were in I exington Saturday were Mrs W KTiiofiias Miss Ethel Thomas Mr Hanson Thomas Mr and Mrs Er nest Bean Mr Asa Sphar Mrs C J Boswell Misses Clara Harding Sal lie McDonald Mr JtI Jenkins Miss Margaret McKinley Mr Floyd Clay Misses Carrie Morgan Graves and Carrie Featheringill Goldie Per ry Mr B R Jouett Judge Smith J Hays Mrs Wible Miss Wanda Wi ble Mr Chester Reese Miss Leila WoodfordlMiss Inez Snodgrass of Lexington spent Sunday here the t guest of friends v y f Miss Lilla Phelps spent Sunday iri Lexington Miss Frances Nelson of Louisville- is the attractive guest of Mrs Bu ford A Tracy of South Main Mr Prewitt Harris of Lexington- was in town Saturday on business Mrs Flora Hughart spent Sunday- in Mt Sterling the guest of friends Mrs Walker Lancaster spent Sunday in Mt Sterling with friends Miss Golden Day will have as her guests Monday night for the Bachelor Maids Dance Misses Hilda Threlk Ieldof Maysville Elizabeth Fisher of Louisville Annette Steele of Pine Grove and Margaret and Arabella Bogie of Mt Sterling Mrs B J Pritchard of Huntington W Va is visiting her daughter Mrs E Gordon Davis and Miss Sallie Pritchard on East Hickman street Mr Ira G Tanner is veryillsuffer ing from a sudden attack of theI grippe Mrs W R Thomas Miss Ethel Thomas and Mr Hanson Thomas were in Lexington Saturday to attend the nnaRussellmatinee Mrs Rufus Lisle has returned home after a visit to Mrs C F Maurer of Lexington Mr Charles Davis has returned to his home in Lexington after a short visit to friendsin this city Miss Frances McClelland of Lx ington will be the guest of Miss ilo rye Smith and attend the dance Monday evening Mr W E Singleton came home from Corbin Ky to be with his fam ily from Saturday until Monday A family reunion was held Sunday Mr and Mrs A W Lvman and Frank Singleton of Lexington Mrs T E Warnock and little son Wendell of Janesville Wis and Mr and Mrs Fred C Singleton of this city were present MISS ROSE TEMPLEMAN i GETS THE DOLL PRIZE In the doll and bicycle contest that was on last week in connection with the Bachmans Glass Blowers show that was at the Auditorium Miss Rose Templeman and Hansford Jett were the victors Miss Templeman won the doll her total vote being 62j666 Miss Beulah Elkin was Hansford Jett won the bicycle his vgte closestbcontestant was Will McEwan whose total vote was 3568 y BOOSTING GAME AT RICHMOND Widi the thermometer hugging zero it seems like a bad time to b talking baseball yet the enthusiasm in Richmond is high and fans ar counting days until the gong shall sound The management of the Rich mond team is leaving no stone un turned to get the best players money can secure and The Climax can assure its readers that our town will have a team second to none in th Blue Grass League Riqhmond was always a good ball town but the fever runs higher now than ever before Richmond Climax DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mr Wa Woods Mr J M Woods of tins city received a telegram from San Antonia Texas Saturday saying that hi brother W S Woods of that place was dead As the message did no state the cause of his death11r Woods immediately wired for partic ularslTe received a telegram late statilur that his brothers body would Sundae nesday Burial will take place in the Lex fter1noonTHE THRICEAWEEK WORLD The YpItIt Is Promptly and Fully EnglishSpeaking If you want the news as it reap fort of the ThriceaWeek edition o the New York World to publish the news impartially in order that it may be anaccurate reporter of what has happened It tells the truth irre spe the of party s and fdr thatsea spirit has achieved d position with unique among paPers of its class If you want th news as it really is subscribe to the Thrice Week edition of the New York World which exceptSunaa weeklyTheregular subscription price is only 100 per persTRYADVERTISEMENT t February Reduction Saleaa As an inducement to cash buyers IIgoing to the give 20 lessb15 during this sale Positively no goods chargedat this count sale Look See wHat you Save 100 Diamond for Xa 8OL 25 Watch for 2010 Clock for v + IEverything in store at same rate of discount I Baldwin Bros Iper 4JJewelers Opticians WatcH The Quality The QuantityThe are three very essential things inry the selection of the Furnishings for your home These are the watchwords in our buying Twentythree years of business J success proves our position is correct COME IN AND SEE THE NEW THINGS SPRING t The Winn Furniture CoI We Give S H Green Trading Stamps MR GEO W LEES CHILD- REPORTED BETTER Little One Who Drank Carbolic Acid Will Probably Recover The eighteenmonths old child of George W Lee who drank some carbolic acid last week is reported bet ter Monday morning and it is now thought that the child will recover UNCLAIMED LETTERS Alkiviadon James BuItt Mrs Kate P eBurton Mrs Ella Booties B L eaci lonis f Cornel Miss Laura Egerton John Gravitt John Gray Charley Gatewood Miss Pearley Gay Pearl B eHensley Burns Hamilton Mrs LularJones L C Kueller Rev Andrew Millet John J Mailing Grllin Mason Miss Nannie Poer Mrs G W Reed Al Stone rizoISwope WilliamSTurley Mrs I1la tTottcn Edgar Lri Wheeler Stoner fIWebb Mrs Sarah PERRYrPostmaster CAKE TWO YEARS OLD =Recently MrrA Gnadinger of Cynthiana gave a birthday dinner to some of his friends One of those rIr was suffering with boils in incon venient places and could not go Gnadingersdinners make two years old At the recent dinner about half the cake was left This was sent to Mr Sphar Sunday cakeEhis friends CONTRACTOR TAKES HIS LIFE HENDERSON Ky Feb 22Rob ert Bardy aged about 50 years a wellknown building contractor of this city committed suicide at noon today iy taking carbolic acid His wife and one child survive ROBBERS GET AWAY WITH CASH CAMPTON Ky Feb 22 Robbers last night broke into the room of G T Wireman proprietor of the Moun tain Central Hotel of this city and stole 100 in cash There is no clue asjp the guilty party Sign of tHe Big FOR PLUMBING Hurry Up Jobs demand mighty quick action We try hard to meet all suck calls We are not infallbile bin reputationin this respect1 is decidedly in our favor rn- an emergencyTEST us GRANT WITT 8 C04 30 North Main FAIRS 1909 ISTATE Clark County August 3rd 4 Dips Scptt county July 7th4d ss BJue Grass Lexington August SSfc 6 days Bburbdii1 oouate September 78 5 daysJ Septe13thIf secretaries of fairs will klaffifr furnish dates we wilt carry t fcsa free of charge Rockcastle county Auga Cl J iJB days Spencer county August 10 4 tlJFLaurel county August 24 4r shrStgiiKnoxEwing Ky August 19 3 days r Picture Making Under False ilWhen they show you their sazqffct pictures ask him who made tfcoc BARRETT at 22 North Main stnrfl made every photo himself that Ee shows in his gallery It is no GUE1C WORK with him in producing yes youHEEXPED MENTAL STAGE See histiifttraF bon work the finest photographs enrr made in Winchester by BARRETT thU stmtghta sr pendable is man- PORTRAITS PORTRAIT FRXIS AND FRAMED PICTURES 8 StrongUncertab are deSlJllcDenham r s c F a PameSlx THE WINCHESTER NEWS r H A s Nb 4 4 r The Roundfro Upl A Romance of ArizonaNo- velized From Edmund Days Melodrama By JOHN MURRAY asd MILLS MILLER Copyright 1908 by G W Dllllntfham Co OS6644 Lemmoliandle this case he inter IftravTegg her pardon fight smart strug1ed Buck commanded Down on yer fences A glance at Suck showed Pe rnna how deadly Ln earnest he Was Reluctant ly he sank to his knees I didnt mean what I said I hope yon will ex cuse me he whined Thatsenough 2cow sit up Pull yer freight Buck ordered VNo inter posed Sagebrush The cowboys seized Peruna that Mn5It rIsbluff at boss f didnt mean what J ing the situation said was called He turned appealingly to Echo and rapidly fabricated a moving tile about Perunas heroic rescue of himself from drowning in the Gila riv ereAn I swore I would do as much far him some day Now I perpose that we all give him a kick an let him got t him have two hours start after which the game laws will be out on him planbUtpeal for his comrade and speaking low and beseechingly to Sagebrush said It will save a range war that we cant afford to have till Jack and Slim get back Sagebrush finally assented Two hours start Well hell have to go some if he gits away Kick him an let him go he commanded Echo turned away I Ube cowboys who held Peruna threw him to the ground and everyman of the Allen and Payson ranches gave him a vicious kick Show Low putting in an extra one for his mur dered bunkie Last of all McKee approached the prostrate man and made the mistake which was to cost him his life by booting Peruna cruelly RisIng from the ground and trem tiling with anger Peruna turned on the naif breed saying Ill square this deal Buck McKee Losin vallyble time Peruna Gitl was all that his former boss deigned tasWer t toI Peruna limped over to his horse Which Parenthesis had been holding in custody mounted it and rode off at a lope for the river ford He crossed It In sight of the Sweetwater outfit and disappeared behind the river bank Here he dismounted and picking a small branch of cactus put it under his horses taU The poor beast clap ped his tall against it and with a scream set off on a wild gallop across the mesa Peruna hobbled up the river a mile or so half waded halt swam to the other side and entered an arroyo whole course led back near t the camp of the Sweetwnter outfit 3Ee had been disarmed by the cow boys of his revolver but not of his knifeAfter Peruna had been visited wi his punishment Echo retraced he steps t Bowing to her hat in hand Buck made his apologies Maam Im plumb sorry My mother was a Chero kee squaw but Im white in spots If youlll let yer ranch boss come along with us well settle this brandin business right now Sagebrush did not care to accept the offer but Echo ordered him to go with Ill square this deal Buck McEce the Lazy K outfit Seeing it was use less to argue with her he said Come on boys- EreT they had ridden out of sigh t Echo sank exhausted on the seat by the fire She buried her face 4n her and sobbed 4Polly played the role of comforter t Dont mind em she said Better e all xbickeredthis cinch fer a month like a man Ill take your advice Polly and ride 1lone Tell dad I want him will ybu C RXVIII I BUDS conscience was not trou him so much now In he was rather proud or conduct of late He ha ii foir C ftt ie had against rw1thout consider ing that she would be more than woman if she failed to harbor resentment against the man who had prevented her from calling her husband back from the desert In the absence of Slim both Bud and McKee had attained a feeling of security in the matter of the Terrill murder McKee had already ventured to use some of his share of the robbery in gambling Bud had not yet convinced himself either of the right o the advisablity of spending his share Both conscience and fear advised him to keep tne blood money intact H carried it with him wherever he went and became in time quite pleased with himself because of his compunctions in doing so He was even Pharisaical about McKees gambling No when his mind had become clear about keeping it he would make an honest use of it such as investing in a saloon i Florence When however he ed to Polly that dispensing liquors ova bar and running a faro game on the side would be a congenial occupatio- suited to their talents she sat down forcibly upon his aspiration and they finally compromised on Pollys pro sition to conduct a livery stable in Tuc son where Polly felt though she did not say soto Bud that Sheriff Hoover with whom she had been flirting too dangerously would not be in evidence as In Florence Polly however was greatly puzzled over Buds confidence in his ability to raise the wind that would launch this delectable but to her mind illusory en terprise In a moment of weakness he Intimated that he already had the mon ey In hand How did you get It she demanded Saved If he said When she asked him how he could have saved the thousand dollars demanded for the stable out of his sal ary of 40 a month he replied By economizing Ive cut off iny chewing tobacco That cost you but two bits a week an youve taken up cigarettes at dime a day said observant Polly I know what youve been doin Youvo been gamblin Cross my heart Polly I havent saId Bud and Polly who had no great objection to using money won at cards so long as she did not positively know the fact discontinued her objections and resumed the delightful occupation of castle building The home she had in view consisted of three rooms over the livery stable- I want a red carpet in the frog- room an wall paper like that at Bow ens store with hosses jumpln gates on it Dont you think there will be s lIt- tle too much horse there Polly with the stable under us and the smell co Ing up1 Sho Bud you cant have too hors Why It was the hoss smell ago your clothes that made me fall in love with you exclaimed the enthusiastic horse womar She continued An I want a yellow plush fnrni set an a photograph album to mate an a center table an a Rock of Ages picture an a boudoir A boudoir was beyond the ken housekeepIngarticles the mystery of which be wool have to solve before he could feel the he was really a married man What the devil IS a boudoir he askedt fierh women Bud took both of Pollys hands In his Looking her fondly In the eyes he said Then by thunder Ill get you wheen we that shack Im the happiest man in the country Well you ought to be laughed Po- ly Just see what you are gettin Ive got to chase myself hack to the house Youre ridln night herd tonight aint you T she added Yes Im on the cocktail tonight am going to bunk down here Ill be up at the house at sunup and we can go over to Florenbe together Ill have breakfast ready fer Rope my pony for me will you Bud was smiling and happy a All of his troubles were forgottennAU right he cried as he started to mount Say youre awful forgetful aren you 1 asked Polly demurely Bud looked about him be wildered Then herealized his sight He ran to Pollys side and trl to kiss her but she motioned him aside saying Too lute You lostJ But I didnt know stammered Bu4I Next time youll know On your way airily commanded the girL Buds face darkened Oh well goOdby Polly looked after him perplexed and angry His surrender to her without a fight nettled her Goodby yourself she snapped Hes the most forgetful man I e loved If I thought he was a gamb man Id get a divorce fronahim bet- I married him I would sure mured Polly as Bud disappeared ward the corral XTobe Continued I t HER GENTLE HINTS It Took Him a Long Time to Get Wise Aten she said entering the room reYesstShekheron a fourth Come she said Ill let you button my gloves And as John comes awkwardly forward and starts on his appointed task Jet us carefully Consider this matter of buttoning a ladysgloves In the first place she was seated and John was bending over her a dangerous position and most naturally to be relieved by kneeling on the floor at her feet or sitting on the arm of her chair Then again as everyone knows it is not the easiest thing in the world itrblack gloves at night and John had to bend over further and further while glancesefrom time to time as though to encourage him and to see that he was not growing discontetnted with his work Further and further he bent over and more and more tender grew her glances until at last he drew a full breath and said TherenHow nice you did it she whis thankeryou fnAnd turning to her impedimenta he added poI I help you with your coat youd do something else for me first she bashfully said Do you mind John 1 What is it he asked first think ldont know but I think that one of the buttons on the back of my waist has come undone Do you mind John 1 And as she turns around and resigns herself to him with a pretty lit tie air of helplessness let us give a modicum of thought to this somewhat intricate subject as well In the first place every time he nearly had the button where he wanted it she drew her shoulders forward a bit and he had to start all over again It was an exceptionally pretty waist a gold and amethyst chain hung over the back of her shoulders a string of pearls encircled her throat and ended in a lit tle clasp at the back the riot of her byaa tortoise shell ornament and various little curls threw themselves around in an ecstacy whenever they had a chance Then again she kept turning around to see how he was pro gressing and glancing at him over her shoulder and turning back quickly puttingherAh very very coy she looked and especially so when he murmured Thats it putt mid to look coyer than ever Its buttoned he said Teehee she giggled Techee hee coatmas e let us take thought together and r questionutcan hp1dingtuckhigIn thee first place John held it but ehe her hands and guide them Into their places Next she turned around pink ofand rosy so that John could tuck in the sleeves of the waist Very pink was her face and very rosy and yer bllnketstanza he refused to sing at all an left her to adjust the coat herself smoothing it over the shoulders an pressing it in at the waist as though she liked to do it herself and wouldnt let John do it even if he went down on his knees and asked her with tears in his eyes- uAndnow my boa she smiled He slung It around her neck in a sheepish manner but it seemed to her just possiblejust barely possible that his finger touched her clumsily under her chin a suspicion that was confirmed by the brickred tints of againIAnd downdowndown went the gas to the nearest point of light where it remained for a good 30 sec turnedou up 6Oh there you are she cried waslleYClaimetd own went gas only to flare up again after an interval tiptoescrag over accused him CNO nosaid John IIwas rI tit hereal the time JJBp So for the third time she doused e glim and her expectancy was at Jast Jyapprmsthe room and his second ne jjly knocked a cabinet table over he must have surprised her after all for when a certain chirp had she astonishmentliyou oreAdding though somehow I always knew you toloved me And concluding Mother will be so pleased when I ten her MAN IS IMMUNE TO DEATH Down With the Maine and Stocum and Lives Through Appendicitis JNfew YorkJohn Downs of Yonk era does not boast of being a hero and he does not expect to live as long as Methuselah but he has faced death and escaped so often that his friends him as almost immune They his escapes to a hardy con itution and remarkable nerve When left the St John hospital in Yon ers the other day cured of appendi although hope had been abandoned of his ever getting over it he was smiling and just as confident of enjoying long life as he was after he was blown up with the Maine and again after barely escaping death when the General Slocum burned Downs was taken to the hospital several weeks ago and underwent an operation for appendicitis He had delayed the visit to the institution so long that the surgeons said he could not recover For days he was hourly expected to die but Downs surprised the surgeons with his wonderful vital y I am not going to die this time said he It will take something worse than appendicitis to keel me over for goodHe finally began rapidly to grow better and as he was convalescing in the hospital he told the nurses of his escape when the Maine was blown up He was picked up unconscious in the water but a few days afterward was fit for active duty and served on an American battleship when Cerveras fleet was sunk He was on the Gen coughirerescued as he was going down Downs is only 32 years old and has hopes of living a few years more BOOBY HUT HAS RUNNERS Survival of Old Fashion in Sleighs Goes to Museum Windsor ConnA booby hut sleigh socalled in the days when Yankees considered it effeminate for a man to ride in a covered carriage has just been presented to the Ellsworth house the home of the Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution The sleigh which Is said to be considerably over a hundred years old was fortmany generations the property of the Alsop family of Middletown Conn and so far as Is known is the only one EnglandIt is a covered sleigh with a cab like that of the modern automobile and the drivers seat in front behind a high dashboard Heavy straps in front and back are used to suspend the cabThe sleigh is built of heavy oak with iron reinforcements The runners which are about three inches Wide end abruptly near the rear of the upholstered cabnearjustable shade GRAND DUCHESS TAKES VEIL Sister of Czarina Becomes Head of Im penal Russian Order St PetersburgGrand Duchess andeSerge has been made head of the Or der of the Imperial Sisters of Charity She sent a prospectus of the congre oftpress Marie and all the Russian grand duchesses have joined the new order and a large number of other ladles belonging tomobie houses are on the list of candidates The habit adopted by Grand Duchess abbessd fursdyodmemobelserrands of mercy JAIL NOT THE NEST IT WAS Weary Willies Disgusted with New Conditions couptyjaility as a winter resting place with ho upinthe new conditions under the regime of Sheriff Worrell Please dont ar rest me pleaded the trampuI put up the game and was shoved in for a month just as I had for many a win ter but 1 dont want to go back whil that new feller Is sheriff The whole winter bunch is sore on him He made us wash and we had to sweep out the cells every day an work around the jail The lights were put out at nine oclock instead of let tin them burn so we uldplaY cards all night as we uster do And Yo cant get a drop of booze inside th jug Say boss its awful and whe they opened them gates for me to ge out I skinned in a hurry If you le me go Ill promise not to stop till I get sa e in the old reliable ark a FreehoUI rrySl J Brady of St Paul leader of the Dem ocratic minority will Introduce a bIn providing for the Issuance of health certificates bya matrimonIal commIs- sioner Senator Bradys idea Is that every applicant fora marriage license must submit to an examination by a physician He would bar from mar range all persona suffering from cer twin diseases v t rClark County ConstfuctionCoI x J Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year On the Basis of Equipment and the application I of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or private streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car tots and will be pleased to sell same in anyquanitydesired The putting in of all classes Concrete aI I specialty and satisfaction guaranteed M ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS H EXTRA WHEELS in STROTHER SCOTT Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 1OOOOO This bank less than years ago dePresionto steady growth fro the start in the depositors and in ofour business WeInew names every We want You are to open an us attenion all business Y J M HCDGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L COCKRELL Vice President ADVERTISE IN WINCHESTER NEWS I HE HAD THE FAILING Humorous Apology Made by Old Colored Butler A Relative of Thomas Nelson who resides the south has In his employ an old family butler who goes by the name of Ebo short for Eben ezeiy Ebe is a Very pompous cul uhedgemmun intensely proud de family and emulative of his master de cuhnel every possible im stanceA days ago there was a big dinner at de house and in the colonels absence Ebe took advantage of the to get gloriously in toxicated and was unable to attend to ills duties for a day or two A daughter of the household undertook to reprove the old man Who expressed great repentance promised and finally when he saw how seri ously his offense was taken ended withNow Miss Lucy doan yo be too hated on his Ah knows ah oughtnt tuh drink dat whiskey when all rfem folks was heah but den yo knows Miss Lucy Ahs jus lak de cuhnel and Miss Lucy yo knows none ob us Pages evah could stop nq liquah i j The NoBreakfast Habit harmlesseen provided a hearty meal is taken not before going to bed but in the evening Late diners untildand other continental people discovered this ages ago and thrived under it Barring lateuto ofnthistphysicaltluring the notresults vis in the the color and eventually the constitution of those devoted to it Boston Herald t v Necessary Optimism The chronic optimist whosays he loves the cold weather says the Philosopher of Folly Is usually the manwho has not money to gc for the TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT t 9 1 r No Road can cost the Far mars as much as at poor one on of of the most important sizes always in stock skilled wheel wright is what you want wlien your wheel comes off the axe is broken or your vehicle needs repairing We are skilled this- trade as wellas being masters- of the art of carriage black = smithing You will always find our work satisfactory substant ialand our prices are moderate T0 began business three number ofour the volume enroll week yours cordially incited account with Per sonal to B FAMILY Pompous Page in of in up occasion reform dahkey yosef early have nothing complexion enough south winter A THE VERY BEST Alt Haveany ofour readers seen atei Weekllnnquirersend for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great thingsthatand home the happiest place oa rTheto criticise and suggest improve meats aM following advice thus Obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of sT family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when arid how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds anid hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plaits ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatuAS are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nationt A most desirable help is anon sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual arid tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless 5e1ytoOther departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its reader being tcc The cleanest and best f JSample ifCmcmnatiTRY A NEWS yADVERTISEMENT i TT t t 4 rl If 1 i i THE WINCHESTER NEWS r Page Seven Tune For More Printing high time the business off this vicinity were finding that Only Modern Printers with Down Date Outfit the City Winchester they were awaking timeifact they wouldreach catch the eye public they must come the printing which We offer these vantagesThe Machinery New and Down the Minute Type the Largest Stock and the I MostSkllled WorkmenMoney can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MORE We vain enough to believe that have a line of samples that will eclipse anything of itsI kind in this section of Kentucky and nothinggives T us more pleasure than exhibit our production the users ofprinters ink We would like to call andshow youtthat we can JJ deliver the goods 1 1 L 1 O IaWINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED II IPrintersS Main St New Phone 91 iIuIIIIaIJt IIt Wretched Pay for Labor At a hearing last summer in London on the sweating question evidenceI wad brought forward 56 women who sewed hooks and eyes on cards earned at an average a little over 75 cents a week Another woman was instanced who worked from nine one morning until the next morning and earned 16 cents In that time It would seem better to die SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT Itrseeinedtff J A Stone a civil war veteran of hemp Texas that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death 1 contras eda stubborn coldJie writes that developed a cough that stuck to me f in spite of all remedies for years My weight ranjiP wn to 130 pounds Then 1 t begattt to fiseVDr Kings New Dis coveryjs wxich restored nry health comp te1y ljiaww igh178 pounds For gfv re Golds obstinate Coughsf Hemorrliages Asthma and to pre vent Pneumonia its unrivaled 50c and 100 y Trial bottle free Guar I anteed by JJhillips Drug Company Vanity therJ r c IT is that men o out we are the to in of It is to If ear and of the to us for with to do it ads to I are we to to A Fortune There Is a fortune in it for the man or woman who can invent a womans hat that can be worn so that every time she tries it on she wont have to say Of course it doesnt look well just now My hair Isnt dressed the way it should be for this hat Marks End of Honeymoon The honeymoon is mostly over when the couple quit buying their meals in hotels and the bride tries to provide them at home New York Press REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Msner Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Cpnstipa tion Headache Y25c atPhillips Drug- Store The Reason Men worry more than women Yes they not qply have everything to worry about women have but they also have the women to worry about tooSmart Sot R 1ITHE WEHSbrmaIT3 aytar r The British Press Not a little world wisdom lies in the conduct of the British press Its managers do not let their instincts for news run away with their appreciation of how things said in heat look in cold print to the world abroad They do not furnish arrows for the quivers of their foreign critics Boston Tran script THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood re impartslifeIts a godsend to weaksick and de biliated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me ent DrugCompany Hatology Two heads however are not better than one when you are up against the necessity of buying her a new batA Puck t Heroines of the Battlefield By Anita N McGee Four Hundred Women Enlisted as Soldiers in Civil War Cri mean War Gave Stimulus to Idea of Training Women Nurses Florence Nightingales Work Interesting Facts About the Use of Term Red CrossWig spread Misunderstanding as toils Meaning Copyright bjj JBowlej Dr Anita Newcomb Mee is the tine woman in this countty wio has lurid a commission as an officer of the United States army During the Svanls Ama ican war as director of the hospital cusps organized by tUc Army and Iavy chapter of the Daughters of the American Revo lution of which society she was vicepres identgeneral Dr McGee was regsdartf appointed assistant surgeon of the army During the war she was constantly duty visiting hospitals and battlefields her capacity of director and supervisor the armys trained nurses She 1tIprominently connected with the T hospital service during the late war wrath Russia Dr McGee studied abroad atCambridge and the University of Geneva She was graduated from Colombia uni versity of Washington in ILaSiir she took a special course at Johns IJitipklns hospital She is at fellow of the American Association Xor the Advancement oJ ScienceAn army 3ias always Urn part One part is tthe actual fighters wio work suffer and die and at the send receive all the glory The other part 5s those win provide for the fighters They also work and suffer and die but at the end they are ignored and afterward JSargotten There are naturally very few wom ten who harce achieved glory an the fighting pant Of an army though the amazons are well known and Semira mis Zenobia and Jeanne dArc were commanders of armies In former times however many a woman con cealed her sex and took her place in the ranks as a man though ffirom the mature of the case not many of their names are known Among those who enlisted in our revolutionary army were Deborah Sampson Elizabeth Canning and Molly Macauley and the lastnamed won the grade ot aaergeant before being discovered It has been estimated that during our civil war no less than 40D women contrived by some means or other to enlist as soldiers The must recent instance of hanIiledwere prisoners some of them quiteIrope today to holfl honorary commis sions generally as colonels and al though not expected to take command in time of actual VXBT they do their uniforms anti ride with tkrII troops on occasions df ceremony But after all the true story o women in armies relates to their part in providing and caring for the fighters The present elaborate organization of armies is of comparatively recent I growth and oiifeinally the greater part nf the cooking and of the nursing of soldiers was tame by their hardy female relatives svihi were as well able as themselves to tear tie fatigues of the campaign It is always easier to procure a new soldier than it is to cure one who is silk or wounded and the humane meScal corps as one of the departraentB or- an army was a growth of t3as Jacentury During the middle ages the care of the sick was largely left to the great catholic order of knigbis and the orders of sisters who were affiliated with them On the continent of Europe today although a large yetInsisters of catholic orders who not o3y continue to follow the troops In tine of war but who serve as head nurses in large army hospitals in time of peace I About the beginning of the last cen traiBiBgInIng for the sick had its origin it Ger aUiwas Qr ce NitIngale Like untold thousands ol women enfbrtfe to the great death u tie hospitals taking with her fa tic Crimea 38 women of whom 18 wore Bister o1c tlA9Uoor prote tut ar derv OtlierJamrjresJpinea her lager This war gave a great stitlva t the Idea of training nurses and It ultimately led to the introduction into the British army of a regular corps of women nurses These sisters as they are called are of course grad uates of hospital training schools and their work consists essentially in the supervision of the nursing in large hospitals where the details are car ried out by men enlisted for the pur N pose In some respects the English system is well organized as the rules are explicit regarding increase of pay with length of service with provision for retirement and pensions The most important post in this service Is that of woman superintendent of Netley hospital there being no woman at the head of all the nurses There exists also an independent Indian nursing service of secular sisters At the outbreak of the South African war the number of English sisters was fixed at 79 of whom 63 were employed in the British isles and 16 at Gibraltar Malta and Egypt In addition to this small number pro vided for peace times there was a corps of reserve sisters although ap pointments to it were unfortunately not under the control of the war of fice As the nursing sisters of the reserves numbered only 93 hasty appointments were made and some women who were entirely without knowledge of a nurses duties suc ceeded in obtaining appointments Of course the trained nurses who were sent to the Transvaal worked nobly and well though the investiga tion of army hospitals has shown a most distressing insufficiency in their number The United States is looked to as a country whose system of women nurses may in many respects be used as an example Our nurse corps is a matter of quite recent growth There were of course a large number of women employed during the civil war most of them ap pointed by Miss Dorothea Lynde Dix who was then superintendent of women nurses but their services as well as the work of the helpers who held no regular positions came to an end at the close of the war A vast amount of good was done by these women individually but there was no lasting effect on the army itselfIn 1887 congress authorized the en listment of men in what is named the hospital corps for the purpose of serving as nurses and attendants in army hospitals and camps and on the field of battle This corps is com posed of privates who are the prac tical equivalents of undergraduate nurses In the civil hospitals and of stewards and acting stewards who are virtually graduate nurses At the outbreak of the Spanish war ther were 723 men in the hospital corps number barely adequate for an army of 25000 men in time of peace but of course wholly inadequate in time of war for an army 10 times that size Although effort was made to supply the deficiency as far as practicable by transfers of men from the regiments there arose In the summer of 1898 a great need for trained nurses to car for the vast number of seriously sick men As nursing has always been essentially a womans work it became accessary to send great numbers of vroBxen to our army camps and hospi tats Had suck an emergency arisen In a continental country Its government SOIdellesequipped themselves for such work and wnich were officially recognized by being placed under the control of a government officer Some of these organizations abroad are religious in character and some of the others are allied with the International Committee for the Rplief of Wounded in War which meets at Berne Switzerland and which committee is here com monly toot erroneously spoken of as an International Red Cross society In time of war these various official aid societies are told where their Help will be expected and among other things how many nurses they will be called upon to supply for the government In our country with Its prevailing independence army assistance maybe rendered by any one who chooses to offer it and no organizations are recognized as those through which lone such assistance will be received It Is true that there was before and during the Spanish war a committee acting under the name of the American National Red Cross which was allied with the interna tional committee but It had no exclusive recognition from our government nor had it any organization as a general society A number of so defies existed during the Spanish war which had the name of the Red although they were as a rule independent of the committee of which XiH Barton was president Made a Natural Mistake Yes Jbe thought he was getting ajprize when he married her He saw ker getting off a street car in the right way and at once concluded she WorldforGo on MJIe found whenr it was too late that she had become confused and got off the car in the right way because she thought it was going in the other direction Cbirfd Prove an Alibi I Doctor to his patient who Is ill wltt fypkon f rTJis is probably haveck1uIkA3eaFattest About threeyears aro I y TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound So 2i Daily Ex Sun 842 a r No 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 6 30 p m o 24 Daily 9 25 p in Westbound- No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p mNo 23 Daily 438 pm LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound- No CincinnatiKnoxvillc lo Sal 10 00 a m No 33 Cincinnati Jacksonville united 1057 a m No MaysvilleStanford local f with Cincinnati conectlon at Paris arrives at 632 departs at 635 p ra No 31 Cincinnati Atlanta limiter 1123 p m Northbound No 34AtlantaCincinnati limits 506 a m No StanfordMaysville loci conecting at Paris for Cincinnaf 723 a m No 38 KnoxvilleCineinnati la calarrives 250 departs 253 p m No JacksonvilleCincinnati limited 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Wiar Chester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily except Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY GO Time Card In Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No2 Np4 IDaily JDajfr Stations PM 1AM Iv Lexington 2 25 7iS5 Winchester 305 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 9015 Stanton 358 9 Of Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 958 Beattyville June 5 10 1017 Athol 537 1045 0 K JunctIon1 605 1115 rJackson 610 1120 Westbound iDailyiDailyl Sun NolUNo3 No5 ExaI Sun t Only AM1 PM A1U- jv Jackson 6 10 2 20 7 tftf O K June 615 225 T05 Athol 640 252 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 I Torrent 730 341 SOS eNatural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton Junc 748 357 S2S Stanton 815 4 2fr 854 Clay City 8 25 4 35 9 02 L E June 9OU 5 07 93 iv Winchester 9 02 5201 9 46 ArLexington 955 i 6 05 J3JO 5j TILE FOllUWINGCONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nos and 3will make connection with the C O Ry for Mt Sterling Campton Junction Trails Nos I2 3znd4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ky for assengprs to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nfe laud 4 will connection With theft tL IA Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos and 4 will connect with the Fie 5C Railway for Cannel City Ky erupt my stationsW MDOWELL Gen Jfer CHAS SCOTTGP A irl Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 a TH E- Winchester Bank or WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOQN PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIERNTJ Her Unbiased Opinion Caller Is the lady of the house In Waitress who has been given aoUceShes Im but shes no lnr 7 r Iiie B EQhtf r t TWF WIN HEStEFf NEWSt tt u m HUNGERS FOR VENGEANCE F t lofts Life bf White Womans Assailantrt rt NEGROES ARRESTED F CKczwa la Citizens Surround Jail 2t Make Noisy Demonstration gfca Lack Leader and Rolice Aided Sjr Vigilance Committee Prevent 3Efciodshed Burley Colored Brute fjSacks Invaljdand Beats Her Into SaisnsibiMty With Curtain Pole cOtenmva I i1e 22 Tiie citl t rf XEEn Sf OttumwaVWere 6n the verge crt asking another bloody chapter to eiceaSstory of race riots in the United V JSMtE 4 mob of menV and boys try increased from 100 to more jafcas 3000 gathered around the city 3x5L thirsty vengeance upon an sssInKram negro who committed an as asmfc upon a white woman Three des were taken to the city jail as 2 pects and one to the county SalL A demonstration was made by ac grab as the fourth man was ir iJit in but there was no man flfefirg enough to lead fftifr Junkin a negro suspected of Sfcsazxrder of Clara Rosen two weeks tip ras taken out of town secretly 5te35ss police following the early man aafcaiion of mob spirit The recent 3y je5anizecl Vigilance committee aid- cg dice police who declared they had tSfce actuation in control Company dif tae National Guard under com roMOjg of Captain Schamp was held fiwQfe barracks S6x Charles M Johnston the in TcfiS Wife of an Ottumwa traveling rte was in bed with her fou year eCa eilild when she awoke to find a- tern bending over her Before she tQCMSlf scream for help the black s fi d her by the throat and began to- ei3ri her Despite her weakness a- sm result of a recent operation Mrs diaion fought desperately She aft2icrself lobse from the big hands jsaJBTSie child screamed There was nRcmtain pole an inch in diameter sfca was used as a window prop rjS82s reach The negro grabbed this aotijjieat the woman until she Vecame SXHTHSSCiOUS tSes cries bf the child finally amoseS the neighbors who found iSSts Johnson lying on the floor un eesnwEOous By her side was the cur Statin sole stained with her blood The policeoai1mImltiff hour armed posses were on th tteall cf the fleeing negro Members nCTOfe citizens guard were posted in 3BRoa where riots were feared and vBte3smes of the negroes were placed waiter watch llAMA MOB WRECKS BTS GREEK QUARTER III Eoys Shot By Foreigners 1hen Drlyen to Wall r afczacISa Neb Feb 22 Following atesssne at a mass meeting at th- B3jar2jiH in South Omaha at which a Sfev members of the state legislature sEsSata attorney were the principal zsjseitzre a wild mob of 800 to 1000 SKsss started for the Greek quarter atrtt o the death of Patrolman Ed racziS Lowery who was shot and kilr iSEdSMay night by a Greek whom h lid jlaced under arrest Attack- madewzsre at three different points zScTore their thirst for blood had cn satisfied two boys were shot and niL Brast eight persons injured by BMa y missiles which the crowd used 3S aiapons and not less than 30 Ehtlfifags were partly demolished der injured boys are Frank Sweene swi Jseph Gamble each about 1 inters of age who received part of th w1ifezrts of ay shotgun tired into the 5S33WBI by the maddened Greeks The OK3KT persons injured were ill foe r aSgHEZB three attacks were made al zB simultaneously and the destruc 3KB ires completed before Chie- AJg could get his scattered fort BfSsxSi Ss not great at any time t SRafes and stop the depredations T5aca tae Sheriff Brailey was notified ccollected all the deputies pose i stfeaeKl rushed them to South Omaha ifcafil the police It took some time aflEsS the force organized and during dteeSaterval Greeks were attacked on hand Explosion Proves Fatal Dance 0 Feb 22 Alfred ZEsms superintendent of the Ameri saacSZeel Package company who was SsJeed by a gas explosion at this e 3ffrafc dead asa resultot his in Ssraefc The other two employes of ISejJant injured at the same time are ag well fov rnotf9gY TrophyI aXktlo 22It was an ztfthat Governor Harmon had auSij the Toledo Yacht club that ppreBe t a splendid trophy to SteaBced for lit the annual interlace jajdKjt to be bold here this summe r i br f u4 GOVERNOR IS- GEJIINGCHUMMV With Newspaper Men at Frankfort Treats All Alike and Plays No Favorites FRANKFORT Ky Feb 22Gov Willson is getting so he and the news paper men at Frankfort are great chums It is very different from the conditions which existed when the Governor first Game to Frankfort Then Gov Villson was unusually busy and he had not learned the ropes as they say up here To get into the Governors office it was necessary to send in a card and wait in line for half an hour or longer Even Gov Bradley was kept waiting on one occasion and left the anteroom in a huff In those days the door to the Governors private office was always kept closed and seeing the Governor was a difficult feat which required time The newspaper men rarely saw Gov Willson and he did not know them He was always square with the newspaper men at that and gave them all the news that was going but secretaryINow its different The newspaper men feel toward Gov Willson like they have always felt toward Lieut Gov Cox and they feel just as free to ask questions and talk to Gov Willson as they always did with Gov Cox The door to the Governors pri longIIthe State commissioners in the room and the newspaper men feel free to walk in when they find the Governor alone Ceremony has taken a backseat and things are moving much more smoothly than they did at first Impartial As To News Gov Willson IIQZ been in office more than a year and during that time he has never in any way attempted ev en to suggest how a news story should be written or to dictate or sup press a news story In that he dif fers from most men who have been in the Governors chair IIe has al ways too shown strict impartiality in giving out the news from his office and there have been no scoops in his department if he could it He has played no favorites an Democratic newspapers have fared newspan waeto out SIX CANDIDATES IN R CE FOR SPEAKER Harry Schoberth Says He Will One Expects Democrats to Control House FRANKFORT Ky Feb 22Rep resentative Harry A Sehobqrth of Woodford county stopped over i Frankfort a short while Saturda Y morning on his way to Louisville dayseSchoberth is Grand Master at Arm of this popular order and takes great interest in its work I am still a candidate for Speaker of the next House he told the News correspondent and expect to wi flusbut the old saying the more the merrier thatIty and Clarence U McElroy of Bow againsy5the convening of the Legislature and you can never tell what the develop rnents will be between now and then It looks good for me and I am uJ th- race e to win Mr Schoberth said he had no contrfparteY is in better shape in the State right now than ever before he thinks and lie looks for landslides in the various legislative districts this fall ENGINEER SAYS CANAL CAN BE FINISHED BY 1914 RanTlph one of the seven engineers who accompanied Presidentelect Taft the tonal one said today that could see no reason why the Panama Canal should not be completed by 1914 one year earlier thlrn has been expected generally He declared the conditions in the canal zone are excelent nad the sal spies paid average 40 per cent more than ixl1Iib United States TRY A NEWS WANTJ fr ADVERTISEMENT 1i LENTEN SEASON IS TO BEGIN NEXT WEDNESDAY Millions of People to Observe Anni versary of Death and Res v urrection Millions of people evet year observe theanniversary of the death and resurrection of Christ with forty days of fasting and all Christians celebrate His resurrection on EasterS Sunday The Lenten season this year begins next Wednesday However a knowledge of the celebration of Lent is not universal and it might be interesting to many peoplegThe word Lent mes AngloSaxon Lena meaning spring Lent is a fast observed in the Roman Greek and Anglican churches and was originally kept during Jthe forty hciurs immediatelys receding Easter tf gum her of hours that is generally be lieved to have intervened between the death and the resurrection of Christ Later other days were added their number varying in differenti churches Cassian 420 B Csays none exceeded thirtysix fasting days He affirms that the observance of Lent is snot primitive An Ancient Institution However it is certainly an ancient TesItameJThe earliest allusions to a fast pre paratory to Easter tire by Irenacus and Tertullian who speak of such a fast as then established thoughwith no intimation of its beginning much before Good Friday Irenaeus writing to Victor Bishop of Rome says Some tliinth3 ought to fast for one lay others for two days and others even for several while others reckon forty hours both of day and night to their day Gregory the Great speaks of th fast as of 36 days duration i e sii weeks not counting in the six Sun days It is not known bv whom or when the four preceding days were added beginning with Ash Wednes day The 40 days period now held as commemorative of the Lords 40 days fast or of similar perfunctory fasts of Moses and of Elias com mences with Ash Wednesday 09 pdfast is not observed forty clear days intervene sLatitude in Observance In the first three or four centurie- much latitude was allowed in the ob servance of Lent Chrysostom recommends but does not enforce it in sisting on the prior godd works an alms giving Distinction of foods was not made in primitive times ureaem eating until the evening Soon after ward the people became more stric- in regard to the fasting and would not allow the use of meat under am circumstances This rigor continued couplnd now even the soCalled white meats sparinglyThe collationsstrictaKept By Various Churches In the Greek church the antepas onlynobserved in that church In the An glican church and in the Protestant Stottsendser vices and proper collects and prayers but the observance of the fast disdIn most of the European Protest ant churches the Lenten season is observed especially in the lAifheran church also by the Lutherans in the United States but with other non countryofrare been till recently almost unknown WORKING ON DATA FOR THENEW SCHOOL BILL FRANKFORT Ky Feb 22See retary George J Ramsey of the State Educational Commission is at work on further changes and amendments to the States educational code which will be considered by the commission at the next meeting The commission draftheState to the next Legislature and will also discuss features to be included in the code before the General As sembly convenes Examination and certification and the city school board are being con sidered by Secretary Ramsay now and data is complied for use of the coInnuissn when it assembles No call has yet been issued for an other meeting of the board BASEBALL TEAM FOR CLAY CITY Manager Flynn Has Signed Players For a FirstClass Nine For This Season Mr 0 C Flynn of Clay City but of this place was in town night and Sunday Mr Flynn will manage and play on the baseball team at Clay City the coming fHeard to the great game and the pros pects for his team this Season He hassecuredall of his players except a catcher and probably a pitcher and as soon as he secures these players ill be in readiness to open the sea on with the prospects of taking many fast and interesting games Manager Flynn has secured the old ball grounds in lower Clay City and will put them in firstctass condition first harrowing then rolling both in fieldand outfield and when finished t will be the smoothest and most up todate ball grounds in that part of the country The team will only nlity Sunday and holiday names and any team desiring a game with them can by writing to the manager receive an answer at once as to the possibility of toIhave a team fast enough to secure some games with the teams in the Blue Grass League as soyon as tIi 1Ischeduled season is over The patrons and lovers of this great sport in Clay Citv are highly pleased with the efforts Manager Flynn has put forth to give them the bestILEG IS AMPUTATED KNEEvOperation on Mr Curtis Hagin Mad Necessary By Gangrene LEXNGTON Ky Feb 21Mr Curtis Hagan was resting comfort ably last night at the Good Samari tan Hospital He was brought here early Saturday night from Jackson with a bad bullet wound in his right leg and the limb was amputated just above the knee a few hours later About two weeks ago they pistol was discharged in Mr Hagins pock et while a friend was trying to take passsa ing in the lower part of the leg Gangrene set in and it became neces limbdwas to Lexington by his uncle Judge J histr this city several weeks 22Thte approaching marriage of Miss Renton haYs at e Pond church two miles of this city February 27 In this wedding two exceedingly popular young people will be united The bridetobe is the highly cultured daughter of Mr Ed ward Cornelison of near this city while the groom is a prosperous younqr farmer of the same locality MARKETS ARE ACTIVE IN MONTGOMERY CO Prices Are High and Still Advancing Farmers Wait on Weather To Continue Work MT STERLING Ky Feo 22 The weather last week was bad in Montgomery county and nothing in the way of farm work was done However farmers are well on with their work nearly all ploughing hav ing beet finished and everything be ing in fine shape for planting time Every day indicates increase in acreage of tobacco arid there is a steady demand of tobacco men here or seed coming from the mountain section where an effort will be made tos grow No plant beds have yet been waitingforthe work Wheat and rye are in great shape and doing well All the hemp in the county has been sold at 6 and will be delivered in this city The price of corn is advancing now being from 325 to 350 per barrel with good seed corn at high prices Baled timothy hay is being delivered in this market at 10 and 11 tier ton The stock market is high and pric es not consistent with the foreign markets are being paid W H Whal ey Jr of Paris purchased a bunch of logs from A B Ratliff at 635 R C Gatewood bought of Joe C Turley his entire bunch of hogs sheep and cattle at 6 cents per pound straight Lambs are coming good and stroner and farmers have been successful in saving nearly all of them A number of sales have been made for June and July de liver at 5n2 cents with 6 cents paid for one bunch A Mr Holleam of North Carolina purchased a carload qf mules this week in this county paying from 150 to 175 perIH dand also bought two mares from Peed Set ters paying 150 alia160 respectively 22eHamilton Brothers store at Flat Creek conducted by Tony Quinn was broken into last night It isnotknown yet what was stolen as the goods are piled every way indicating a hasty departure WANTEDDay boarders MRS B H BRAMBLETT 14 S Maple st 2226t At a sale of P B Poor February 26 I will sell eight firstclass Jersey dairy cows Half are fresh and others will be soon Will also sell privately 25 lambing ewes and 1 buck T L REI- D2193tFriSatlfon FOR SAlEWill sell at public auc tion February 22nd Court Day rkat 2 p m at Ccurrt House five blocks two shares each of Peoples State Bank stock 7 N RANKIN J Rz Bush Auctioneer 128tdeod FOR SALE OR RENTHouse of four rooms in North Park Apply to R M CLARK 151 Magnolia avenue 283tMonWedFri SpecialClearance Salenow A Special 5 days HighGrade Mens SHOES AND HATS DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY the Sample Shoe Store24 North Main Street r Eagle Casting Co 1- WINCHESTER KY r MANUFACTURERS OF Gray Iron Semi SteeS Thermit Steel Alluntiniim Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS f FOR All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes l rfI lJtGen1Mangr J CLASSIFIED f COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word One = halfcent per word per insertion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions ofsame item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used withi one year 4 cents a line FARM FOR SALE 140 acres 7 miles from Winches ier1all tobacco land good dw4lling stock barn tobacco barn andall improvements t 18 acres in cultivation balance in grass v GI ITHE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE OR RENT Two desir able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner of Burns and Beckner T P AZBILL 211lmo LOST Black silk scarf found on Maplo street some little time ago Owner pan have same By paying for this advertisementand calling on Mr A H Sympson J21tf = FOR SALE Coalvat 21 N rth Main street You will be pleased with both quality and price 119lmo FOR SALE Groceryand meat shop paying business Terms reasonable Address W A B this office 114tf WANTED To take orders for mak timebales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65- 41121mo FOR SALECheap graphophone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn AddressNTR B this office 19tf N WANTEDTo buy furs scrap iron and all kinds of metal Best buyer in town Chas ZigmanIMain and Washington 1191mo FOUNOCoral pin on Main street Owner may have same bv calling at this office and paying for adver tisement 125tf WANTEDSewing at home or in families MRS HADDEN 21 Taylor avenue 215lmo FOR SAlEHouse and lot for sale on West Broadway five rooms good cistern LEE J W DECKt FOR RENTFour rooms for rent Apply vMiss Carrie N Wills N Maple street 212 = 6t- WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf t FOR RENTA flat of four rooms with bath gas and water DR GLENMORE COMBS 217tf WIRE FENCE I still build all kinds of wire fence In in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf FOUND In front of Brown Proc toria a brown belt with gold buckle Can have same by calling at News office and paying for advertise ment 316tf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 2i1= tf FOR SAlEold papers for sale at this office 2lCtf FOR SAlESolid cherry side board and a folding bedanddressercom 8SWANTEDAt once nicely furnish ed room and good board by man VW220lt i Sincerity and AccompHshmenU Lowell No man can product JrrNtthings who Is not thoroughly ilncttwith himself i