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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 25, 1909. Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co., Winchester, Ky. 1909 win1909022501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 25, 1909. Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.). Winchester News Co., Winchester, Ky. 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f k 4I F it LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WtcHFSTER AND CLARK COUNTY JLast Edition F TIIB WINCHESTER NEWStI VOL 1U5 WINCHESTER KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 1909 2 GENTS A COpy 10 CENTS Awdf tt GRASS LEAGUE SCHEDULE GIVEN OUT AT PARIS WEDNESDAY if jlaris Lexington And Frankfort To Have Sunday Games Winchester Shelbyville And Richmond Scheduled For Week Days Only t PARIS KyFeb 25The official schedule of the Blue Grass League of baseball clubs was formally adopted at a meeting yesterday of the clubs composing the league which was held in the parlors of the Elks build lug The meeting was presided over by George I Hammond of Lexington President of the league The Paris club accepted the franchise of the Lawrenceburg clubupon terms acceptable to the localorgani zation and to the league According to the schedule adopted Paris Lexington and Frankfort have been assigned Sunday games Winchester Richmond and Shelbyville playing on week days Those in attendance at the meeting were President George I Hammond and Manager T A Sheets of Lexington Manager J W Kennedy and Secretary George B Caywood of Frankfort President J E Baldwin ofvthe Shelbyville club Secretary1 H H Phillips and Treasurer J Q Stew art of the Winchester club and M C Kellogg A C Scanlon and Phil Wigging of the Richmond club The Richomnd delegation were de layed bv a washout on the L K railroad and came through in an au tomobile being one hour late The following is the schedule Winchester plays Lexington at Lexington April 30 May 1 2 23 29 MISS ALICE LOYD LEAVES THE SOCIETY t p Has Conducted With Great Ability Educational Campaign of Burley Tobacco Society Miss Alice Lloyd has severed her connection with the Burley Tobacco Society for the time being and has returiK3 to her home in Mason coup tMiss Lloyd since the society was first organized has been one of the most prominent and efficient workers in the organization and much of the credit for the success of the so iety is due to her Miss Lloyd will prob ably return when the work attending the potOing of the 1909 eropisb gun WALTER DAYS CASE a IS NOW ON TRIAL Former State Treasurer to Face Jury In the Breathitt County 1CourtJACKSON Ky Fcb25The trial of Walter R Day former State Treasurer was passed until today on account of the trial of Amlia Belle Allen charged with the murder of Mrs Williaint Tutt now in progress Mr Day was arraigned before the Breathitt Circuit Court on the charge of having obtained money on a note signed by his own name and what purported to be the signature of his uncle Floyd Day The older Mr Day denies the exec ution of the note This case is to be tried before special Judge James Morris who was appointed special judge in the pase during the incumbency of the late Judge Robert Riddle and be fore the election of the present regu larJudge The Allen case was submitted to the jury following the conclusion of the speech of Commonwealths Attorney Kelly Kash The prosecution iwas also represented by Judge D B Red wine who concluded a powerful ar gument just before noon TEN MEN CONTROL TOBACCO BUSINESS Special to The News- WASHINGTON D C Feb 25 Herbert Knox Smtih who conducts the tobacco trust probe officially reports that ten men absolutely control tobacco business and that competition is throttled by use of money and by depriving the public 1I lr June 513 July4 25 August 1415 September 5 Winchester plays Richmond at Richmond May 20 22 25 July 5 23 24 August 2 3 30 31 September 8 9 Winchester plays Frankfort at Frankfort May 8 9 1819 30 June 9 20 21 July 11 August 1 22 Septembers 4- Winchester plays Shelbyville at Shelbyville May 7 June 7 8 July 6 78 August 11 12 August 18 19 2526 Winchester plays Paris at Paris May 16 June 2 6 25 27 July 17 18 August 8 16 24 29r September 15 Lexington plays Winchester at Winchester May 10 11 12 June 17 18 19 July 9 10 August 29 30 September 1 2 Richmond plays Winchester at Winchester May 21 24 26 dune 28 2p 30 July 5J 14 19 20 September 6 6 Trankfort plays Winchester at Winchester May 34105in31 June 10 11 12 August 13 202123 Shelbyville ulays Winchester at Winchester May 14 15 July 1 2 3 26 27 28 August 9 10 September 10 11 Paz plays Winchester at Win chester April 27 28 29 May 17 Julie 2 3 24 26 July 13 August 17 2728 OFFICES OF EAST TEN NESSEE BEING MOVED Into New Offices at Corner of Main Street and Lexington Avenue The work of moving the offices of the East Tennessee Telephone Corn pany to the office rooms recently leased by them at the corner of Main street and Lexington avenue is about completed and the company hopes to be doing business in their new place by Friday morning The switchboard has been moved and given a generaloverhauling and made practically new with the addi tion of several new parts The rooms have been prepared and painted and everything has been put in firstclass condition When the work attending the moving of the offices and other changes are completed and everything is in firstclass running order the man agement invites their patrons and others to come and inspect their new offices YOUTHFUL WRECKER Said He Wanted To Sep the fBig Engine Jump SOMERSET Ky Feb 25Leo Jones aged 12 years was arrested yesterday by Detective Morrow at his home at Whitley Station about 30 miles from here acid admitted toI placing two d CStrack just to see the big engine dwellingstwoor monthsold calf to death The engineer on a fast freight barely escaped a wreck a few night ago by obstruc tions on the track The youngster told the offieersof his doings with as little concern as if it were part of his daily life and laughed while they were questioning him Detective Morrow will fake him to the State School of Reform CENSUS OF JAPANESE Will Be Taken jn California To Set- tie Exclusion Difficulties SACRAMENTO Cal Feb 25 The Senate yesterday passed the bill providing for a census of Japanese in the State to determine whether or not California should ask for a gen eral Asiatic exclusion act The bill already has passed the Assembly and will be signed by the Governor at once It empowers the State Labor Commissioner to take the Census w JUDGE ANDERSON WHO TRIES 29000000 OIL CASE Judge Albert Barnes Anderson of tho United States district court at Indianapolis who tries the famous 29000000 Standard Oil case is a native of Indiana and a graduate of Wabash college He has been on the federal bench since 1892 and has tried many of the biggest corporation cases involving alleged violations oT the United States laws One of these was the famous John C Npw bank case in which Judge Anderson excited public comment by the spirited nature of his attack upon Mr New THREE FATALLY HURT IN CRASH Train Hits Crowded Street Car Twenty Badly Injured in Cleveland Ohio Cleveland 0 Feb 25Three per sons were fatally injured and 20 oth ers hurt in a collision between a Pennsylvania railway train and a streetcarThe injured are Henry C Schwartz contractor shoulder frac tuned and internal Injuries Parker Lowe contractor arm dislocated rib broken and Internal injuries C H Ball Williamsfield 0 compound fracture of the skul- lThestregtcar was outbound and heavily loaded with passengers At the grade crossing steam from an exhaust pipe in a nearby factory obscured a view of the approaching pas senger train For this reason the sates were not lowered and the car proceeded although the conductor had run ahead and pulled the derail Ing lever The locomotive struck the car near the rear end splitting it in two Many passengers were hurled several feet That many were not killed was due to the slow speed of the train Miss Allieue Borky a nurse girl who had 15raonthsold Howard Clark in her arms was thrown through a car window She clung to and both escaped with thjbaby bruises HOUSE DtflES SENATf Rejects Many Amendments to Salary Increase Measure Washington web 25With Its war paint on the house of representatives by sweeping majorities many times defied the senate by rejecting Its amendments to the legislative appropriation bill providing for salary increases for the president the vice president the speaker the judiciary and for the creation of the offices of undersecretary and fourth assistant secretary of state Party line were obliterated completely The increase proposed in the presi dents salary from 50000 to 100009 a year was on division rejected 149 to 154 but on demand of Mr Watson lad the yeas and nays were ordered arid the roll was called Thl vote resulted yeas 141 nays 168 Government Pests ItsCase New York Feb 25 Tke government rested its case in the trial of the actions against the American Sugar Refining company to recover back dutl sfqr allegeij fraudulent weighing of imports Judge Holt de nied the motion made by counsel for the defense to dismiss the indict ment with the remark that there was sufficient evidence to prohibit the taking of the case from the jury FURNACE IS REPAIRED The furnace at the First Baptist church liag been repaired and regular serVices willbe eldthreJ eXt Sunday 7i lOOCARS OF 1 GOAL SHIPPED Largest Shipment of Coal Ever Made Out of Mountains of Eastern Kentucky t I One hundred carloads of coal have been shipped from Cunnal City the east week through this city to Panama over the Land Erailroad This is probably the largest shipment of coal that has ever been made at one time butof the mountains of Eastern Kentucky j GREAT EVANGELIST TO BE HEARD AT BEREA Dr A Torrey and Assistants Are to Hold Five Days Revival Dr R A Torrey the great evangelist and his corps ofassistants will arrive in Berea on March 9 for a series of revival meetings lasting five days This will be their only stop in Kentucky and they come specially to cooperate with Berea College and at its request giving their services be cause of their belief in the importance of the work eing done here Dr Torrey will be accompanied by the Rev Wm S Jacob Dr Palmer the choral leader and the pianist All of these have wide experience in re vivals and togctehr constitute a most efficient corps ofworkers Dr Torreys visit to Berea comes as a fitting sequel to that of Dr Chapman and Mr Alexander last fall In these two visits these two leading world evangelists have endorsed Be reas work each making only one other stop in the State The good efforts of the Chapman arid Alexander meetings will long be felt here and even greater things are expected this coming series SURGEONS KNIFE Used on Mrs Maude Ballington Booth Fdr Appendicitis NEW YORK Feb 25Mrs Maude Ballington Boothwife of General Boothof the Volunteers of America underwent a surgical operation today for appendicitis According to the surgeons the operation was entirely successful PROF DALGETY f0 LECTUHE Prpf Dalgety of K W C will lecture to the members of tkeKof t lodge at the lodge roomsTliirsd tPghtat 8oclock DEFENDANTS MOTHER STRONGLY s DENOD1ES ATTORNEY IN COURt Mrs Amelia Bile Allan Found Guilty Of Murder Of Mrs Tell By Jill And Given life Imprisonment V Special to The Neys JACKSON Ky Feb 25 1hcjniy- in the case of Mrs Amelia Belle Allen charged with the murder of Mrs William Tutt returned a verdict at 11 oclock this morning of guilty- and fixed Mrs Allans punishment at life imprisonment in the penitentiary There was a large hi the NOTHR MONUMENTI TO PRES GARFIELD Citizens of the Big Sandy Are Taking Step to Erect One in That Section A letter from Prestonburg Ky states that a movement is on foot to erect a monument at that place to the memory of President Garfield In 1862 Eastern Kentucky pecially along the Big Sandy Valley was a scene of great military activity there having occurred a number of engagements in that section of the State The campaign for 1862 open ed with active military operations in that part of the State during the month of January- Confederate General Humphrey Marshall had early in January trenched his forces at Paintsvilier Johnson county for the purpose of interrupting the movements of General Don Buel a portion of whose commandunder Gen Thomas was moving toward Cumberland Gap Col James A Garefild who had been ordered to dislodge Marshalls forces had on the 7th of January broken up his camp Middle Creek and with the 14th Kentucky and 42nd Ohio Infantry regiments with 300of the 2nd Virginia Cavalry marched to Paintsville and found Marshall had fled up the river Pursuing them an engagement took place on Jennies Creek resulting ina small loss on either side- Garfield was reinforced by the 40th Ohio and detachment of Wolfords cavalry making in all 3000 men while the Confederate forces consisted of two Virginia regiments two Kentucky regiments a detachment of cavalry of four pieces of artillery Two days later the forces under Garfield countered the Confederates at Middle Creek near Prestonburg and the en agement was On of the fierciest that had been fought upto that time For a gallantry on the field Colonel Garfield was promoted to Brigadier General and began that brilliant ca reer a sa soldier and statesman which finally culminated in his elec tion to the presidency in 1880 The matter will be presented to Congress by Representative Langley and with the cooperation of the citizens of the Sandy Valley a monument commensurate with the distinguished subject will be erected BLIND TIGER KEEPERS TO PAY 15000 FINES Kentucky and Tennessee Are United In Prosecuting Violators- of the Law DANVILLE Ky Feb 25At Wil liamsburg county seat of Whitley county the mills of justice are grind ing out the destruction of the scores of alleged blind tigers that have operated for a generation on the Ten nesseeKentucky boundary line TIIe officers of Tennessee and Kentucky are working in harmony and the of fender who in the past has found ready refuge by stepping over into Tennessee when approached by a Kentucky officer and vica versa has found himeslf confronted by the stern hand of the law ofthe other State Fines aggregating 15000 have been imposed this week Ninety cases have been tried at WiUiamsburg alone while the Tennessee courts have been engaged with even a larger volume SAM STAIRS IS SARCASTIC People are just now giving thfattention to erecting monuments aa burialplacefer be digging the graves for somot- he living politicians Dover Ifew i t 4 i WEATHERv Fair Tonight and Friday Rising Temperature ty fe crowd es en C on en f court room when the verdict was reqcE and Mrs Allans moth r created sensation by vigorously debouncing Judge B D who so strongly assisted in tl1 prosecution aftd whip made such W powerful argument dC the case yesterday before it wenjb to the jury She had to be removecEi fro mtlie court room FORAKER MAY I HOLD lflEKEf His Vote On Censure Report in Doubf Clarke of Arkansas Also a Factor 4 Washington Feb E5Upon Seta tors Foraker of Ohio and Clark of Arkansas depends whether the judi clary committee of the senate will declare the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron company by then United States Steel corporation to have been in vlol lon of the Sher man trust yaw and whether President Roosevelt was authorized by law ia sanction the merger The committee was in session for more than two hours having under consideration the report of the tam Jorlty of tbe subcommittee which In vestlg ted the merger and by a voter of 3 to 2 condemned the merger ttthe president action in permitting it Finally Jf was agreed to meetj again on Monday next n4vote upon the report Senators KlfireVfge Cuibersori anff Overman who signed the maforitjr reeorfclaltathat the votedf the committee will be at least 7 to f sand possibly 8 19 5 for its adoption This claim Is opposed by Senators Clark of Wyoming ahd DIHIrigham the mfr 1tTSenatouphold the preaidents course Other members do not profess to know bow Senators Clarke of Arkansas and For aker will rote Knows to be for ttar report are Messrs Nelson and Kitt redge Republicans and Bacon caberson Overman nnd Payner Demo- crate Against it are fessr Clark of Wyoming Depew Dilllnghana Knox and Fulton aU Republicans At the saggeatlon of Mr Ovenn the report was modified to the extent that the assertion that the merger was in violation of the Sherman law was changed to a declaration that the deal appears to the oommitte j to be a violation of law The minority of the subcommittees filed a statement asserting that ur committee had exceeded its function under the resolution of the senate by introducing evidence which had not been before the president when he sanctioned the merger and that the committee had judged the case upon this new evidence which the presi dont had not the opportunity to corn eider This report stated that the committee should decide the case only upon evidence which was before the presi dent and tnt in doing so it would be necessary to find that the president had not proceeded In violation of law This report also will be printed and will be before the full committee when it votes on Monday In the Senate Washington Feb 25 The agrlcnl tural appropriation bill was under discussion In the senate during practI- cally the entire sr stn Senator Me Camber of North Dakota discussed at length the rtr t underithe cons ltPan to fix standards for grain and declared thirt jprJsemt pram a tries inane impossible ke as i4western grain at the j ato wn fcr it is really entitlediaator Heyfevr denounced the methods of administer lag the forest service ki a speeck whio occupled two Roars Consldet atlon ot the bite was ot iso soludsL OCEAN MAIL SUBSIDY CARRIES Special to Theiwi + WASHINGTON D C Feb 25jHouse committee on postoffice rotev to report favorably on Senate bill ftr t Ocean Mail subsidy- SUFFRAGISTS SENT TOPRrSCHIi r LONDON Feb 25Thirtya if frgcf ees including Lay Conetautt f Lyt and others nigh socially inrt fused to give eimty andwere sL 4 tensed to a mot lPriso nttlf s r t I r i Pa Twe j tfXi NEWS f r 6 Ii FEBAUAAY8UN MON TUB WBD Tile FRI SAT 6 IIi31141ioI25242O STANTON Mrs J H Hardwick visited at Winchesters a few days the past week Grover Anderson and family have noted to Thompsons Station Clark county to esideJ Mrs Fred R Blackburn is visiting relatives in Clark county this week C F Spencer attorney of Winchester was here Monday looking after his large practice Stanton Citizen IRON MOUND Miss Maggie Combs who has I been ill for some time is not ex pected to recover Born to Mr and Mrs Everett Dawson on the 15th a daughter Misses Alice and Sallie Stone were the pleasant guests of Mis Sarah StoneMr Charles Stone bought of Philip Pnckett one horse price private Mr Melvin Sons has returned to his home at Paris after a pleasant Yiist with relatives here Mr L If Stone bought some corn from Frank Moore price unknown Mr Jesse Fielder sold to Mr Iferrit Rice one horse for 140 Born tp Mr and Mrs John Haw kins a daughter Laura Mr and Mrs Wiley Christopher visited Mr and Mrs Bolds Webb9r last Wednesday and Thursday LITTLE STONER Curt Bradley sold two fat cows to Whit Azbill for 3 12 cents per pound Mrs Serena Bradley and daughters visited Mw James Corey at Dodge last Monday Charles Lee spent Wednesday night with his sister Mis Curtis BradleyJohn Hiley has m wed from Mt Stealing into the house with his daughter Mrs Ray Burgher Mrs Curtis Bradley spent Saturday with her brother George Lee Mrs Serena Bradley and daugh ter Laura spent Monday with Mrs BobHenry Little Cleo Ecton has returned borne after a two weeks visit with her grandmother at this place Everett Burgher bought a horse at Mi Sterling Monday Price un known J v MJCKNAKE Mrs JJL Witt and dau titer am vun61m tbVr and J j reidingA4aluaI Krandi1llrs Rodney Bropksbire weat hirtteV Iii lst and JSimday sad Jariv John ittj vj n jt l Hi1 W nt Mdap WI Ps sferMir Everett- Webber spent Satmnlay night and BuItc14 1 r4WIttM- uiieaW tta lStmdaywithr- o Baa a- fN DetaY1 L Wee Katie Webber eipent Satur l A h 15tftW y- Mr t iII1fTand Mrs Evere tt nt 3 tH1GY f1Is a r- a 4t ft fPYfr H iifar t1PJi1 91t Mr EIw ou ht R hog from Oda Burial fair J6I Mrs Henry Greening and Mrs Rodney Brookshire spent Monday with Mr and Mrs J L Witt RENICK- J H C Naff and family will leave Sunday for Umatilla Fla on a visit with relatives for a month or six weeks Abram Renick is in Cincinnati onbusinessThomas Wilson of Wades Mill has moved to B D Goffs place here and will raise a crop of tobacco JlScotfr RenicK was in Lexing ton last week on business Mr Williams of Becknerville has moved to B D Goffs place and will raise a crop of tobacco Harry Wilson of Donerail sPent Saturday and Sunday with his family here James Hall of Wyandotte has moved to Tom Brocks place French Baber of Kokomo Ind has moved to J Scott Renicks place and will raise a crop of to bacco NORMAL ILL Mrs Susan DeVary is ill at this writingMrs D L Moore and Mrs Chas Jackson visited Mr and Mrs Wm NewDV Mr R J Watts of Gibson City Illis visiting Mr and Mrs B F De VaryMr Watts is on his way to his brothers Mr L P Watts at Barnes 111 Mr and Mrs Clarence Newby of Gillum Ill visited his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Newby from Saturday until Monday Mr Ira Page of Fort Leavenworth Texa is home on a furlough He is the son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Pace Mr C K Sailor returned Satur day night from Wichita Kans where he has been the past three weeks on business Miss Winefred Gaines was the guest of Miss Sarah Byrd of 1710 E Clay street Bloomington Monday afternoonMr P Watts of Barnes Ill is stilunable to be out Mrs Emma Lesher was in Bloom ington shopping Saturday PRETTY RUN Mr and Mrs H A Fielder were the guqsts of Mr and Mrs Joe Field er Sunday afternoon Mr Ellis Mann was the pleasant guest of his sister Mrs Julia Grif ijLtli last w ekIMiss Lelia Fielder and brother Gilbert spent Thursday night with Mrs John Fluty Mr and Mrs Alen PurMns and little daughter Ruth spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs W R Tuttle Brother Henry Martain Thomas Wallingford Grover Fluty Caal Mc Kinney Clyde Johnson Carl Oliver and MisS Mary Mann were the pleas ant guests bfc Miss Cleo Eugle and her guest Miss Pollie Lane of Lex mgton Sunday afternoon Miss Cleo Eugle and Miss Pollie Lane will spend Wednesday afternoon with Miss Lillie and Bedford Martain Joe fielder attended court day at Winchester Monday Mrs Kate Mathaly and little daughter Lizzie Mae are visiting her brother MrA M Warner and wife at this place j Mrs W T Lawerson was the pleasant guest of her daughter Mrs Merrit Warner Monday Mr W E Little bought 50 head of cattle court day at Winchester Price not stated R Mrs Elener Little who has been ill for some weeks is slowly but sure ly improving FOX ITEMS Mr and Mrs James H Thomson visited their daughter Mrs Haley Hoskin last Thursday at Indian Fields Sherley Fox of near Winchester visited friends here Clyde and Claude Elkin last Sunday John Miller has rerforl and will move this week to a fuin near old Sugar Ridge church Jim Cole will move this weekon the Muddy Creek nike near the river Walter and WI Aldridere have moved to Miss Josie Franklins place near the railroad James H Thomson will build a to bacco barn on his place here this spring James T Elkin attended meeting at Log Lick and night and visited his sistertJfrstou Dawson Rev Mr Culten of Richmond came over to fill his regular appointment of Log Lick Saturday and Sun day Just as he finisHed his address on Saturday there caT e a message from Richmond savinhis old friend Gibson father of Itij Gibson of the Gibson Infirmary at Richmond was dead and had requested that Rev Mr Culten accompany his re mains to Virginia his old home for burialand preach the funeral sermon Rev Mr Culten left for Richmond immediately and there were no ser vices at Log Lick on Sunday Miss Blanch Jones who is attending college in Winchester was home Sun day and Monday on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Jones EMCI- Mrs Roger Quisenbarry is the guest of her daughter Mrs Armer Hisle of Silver Creek near Rich mond Ethel Merritt was the guest of Mary Eubank Saturday arid Sun day Mr and Mrs J W Monroe are visiting friends and relatives at LexingtonMiss Ford of Richmond- is the gu est of Mr Roger Quisen berry and family Mrs Eliza Lisle is improving after a weeks illness Mrs Elidge Walden and daughter Amanda of Becknerville were guests of Mrs John Daniel Thurs day afternoon Mr Leon Lisle was in Ford Sun day Miss Rail Walden Richmond is the guest of her aunt Mrs C H Hodgkin at Elkin Miss Dollie Christopher was the guest of Mr J R lisles daughters Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Ogden of Winchester were the guests of MIll John Daniel from Saturday until Monday Fay and Annie Epperson and Eliza May and Annie Lee Lisle were guests of Mr John Daniels daugh tens Sunday Mrs Sam Lisle of Winchester is theguest of her mother Mrs Shelt ElkinMiss Emice Eklin is the guest of her sister Mrs Bettie Wells at Red House r CLAY CITY Mrs John Dugan of Pennsylvania was the guest at the Red River Ho tel Wednesday night Polly the bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Locknane of Winchester is with her cousin Mrs W N Bush attending school and studying music under Miss Patsy Bush Mr Bohm ofi Harrodsburg and Mr Clay Elkins of Winchester were the guests at the Red River Hotel Tuesday Misses Myrtle and Stella Woosley of Hardwick Creek spent the day with Mr and Mrs John Carr Miss Flora Wilson left last week for Richmond where she will attend school Miss Clara Darby of Ashland is visitingr Mr and Mrs Harvey Carr Mr J T Prentiss and Mr Graiit Berry of Lexington were the guests at the Red River Hotel the firstof the week Mr W N Bush who is traveling in the interest of a Chicago firm is at home to spend few days with his family before s rung on another tripSr ii Mr Wm Welch 1of Stanton wps in the city Friday Miss Halcyon Parish and1r Carpenter of TVlnchester spent Sun day and Monday witk Mr and Mrs R N Bush J t Mr H K Taylor of Kentucky Wesleyan College was in this city last Sunday Mrs AT Whif returned with Mrs G E Whitt to her home in Morehead for a short visit FORD Mr and Mrs Steven Dunn who have been visiting relatives in Val ley View have returned home Mrs Kate Shear was in Winchester Monday Mr and Mrs Oscar Thacker of Winchester are visiting Mrs Thack eijs mother Mrs M V King of this place Air Ben Lisle of Elkin attended the Kof P services at the Ford Christian church Sunday Mr Tandy Moberly Jr visited Mr and Mrs A R Martin of Winches ter Sunday and Monday Mr R S Tucker of Charleston Miss visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Misses Annie and Myrtle Kindred of Madison were in Ford Saturday Mr Wash Dykes of Richmond visited his parents Mrand Mrs Matt Dykes Saturday and Sunday Born February 18th to Mr and Mrs Harden Dunn a daughter The annualserviceof the K of Ps whichwas held at the Christian church here Sunday was well attend ed Brother Poage delivered an ex cellent sermon which all enjoyed very much Fred Hardin who has been con fined to his room for several days is able to be out again Mrs Hattie McKinney and little son Norman were in Winchester Monday Mr Leon Lisle of Elkin visited relatives here Sunday Mr Will Hackett of White Hall was in Ford Saturday night Mr Clarence Todd of Winchester was in Ford Saturday night Mrs J W Wills and little son Howardwhohave been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Howard have returned to their home at Paris tIreand Mrs Elijah Walden of Winchester visited Mr and Mrs W 0 Maupin Sunday Master Frank Myers of Richmond visited his grand parents Mr and Mrs Matt Dykes Saturday and Sun dayMrs Gallic Cunliff of Red House is visiting her daughter Mrs S P Witmer of this place Mr R L David who has been visiting his family at Anchorage Ky returned to Ford Monday Little Willie Meadows is very ill at this writing with pneumonia Mr Jess Tevis attended court day at Winchester last Monday Miss Fay Epperson of the country was in Ford last Mondav Miss Bettie Honn of this place is visiting the family of J R Smith of Winchester Miss Katie Watts of Winchester is MadIisonMiss Anna Edwards was in Win- Chester one day the past week shop ping Mrs F B Lecione was in Winchester one day the past week shop ping Miss Bernice Belcher was in Win chester one day the past week Miss Carrie Lovett was in Win chester Monday shopping With Humorous Intent The sense of the comic is much blunted by habits of punning and of using humoriatlc phrase the trick of employing Johnson aft polysyllables to treatProt the infinitely little And it really may be humorous of a kind yet it wll miss the point by going too much round about It George Meredith InIII Essay on Comedy The Woman Who Works The woman who works is inevitably a woman who is broad in her views Her opinions are not riveted to any one spot Her viewpoint is movable Her experience in the business mart gives her sympathy for other woman accept8vel1frlend est valuation She learns to enjoy the society of people who have made some thing out of life Exchange PosilbWtles or a Moment We cannot speak a loyal word and be meanly silent we c n01kUl and not kill in the same moment but p moment is room wide enough for the loyal and mean desire for the out lash of a murderous thought and the sharp backward stroke of repentance George EUot The Good That Never PU Dickens There is nothing innocent or good thatdies and is forgotten Let us hold to that faith or none An In Taut a prattling child will live again in the better thoughts of those who loved it and win play Us part through them in the redeeming actions of the world though its body be burnt to ashes or drowned in the deepest sea Sundown Is Sure A man kin alias fix up argument to luiebhis conscience said TJnclt Eben t but taint tip use No matte how much you turns de clock back sundown gwinter come lea de lamej j DIRECTORYKentucky According to the last census Ken tucky has a population of 2147174 The area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the construction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources for many yearsThe early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland Mountains In thoseiays there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in creased Itwould seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util ities until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supply of timber is limited but there is enough to last for many years to comeWe have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square miles Other min erals await development Natural pas and oil in paying quantitie 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 ofvpolitics or religion are always welcome Clark County Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop erty including franchises 12004 870Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cen tson the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South distanceofriver South of Winchester has ex tensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across the countyChesapeake Ohio Louisville Nashville and Lexington Eastern Blue Grass isa natural product Uncultivated landwill set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and clover cane be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain crops Tobacco is raised in large quantities All fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profit The census of 1900 gave the popu lation at 16694Circuit Court first Monday in April second Monday September first Monday in December JIM Benton Judge B A Crutcher Attorney County Court Fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court Third Tuesday in each month County Officers J H Evans Judge- S A Jeffries Attorney Howard Hampton Sheriff Lee Evans Deputy John Bedford Deputy- J A Boone County Clerk Sam Powell Deputy Clerk WT Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenberry Assessor C A Tanner School Superintend- W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district IF Goodpaster Seventh distii ct iron E Wills Wsnuiiester County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5964 The city has overlaped the corporate limits and ow has population of near ten thou sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Lick ing Rivers has water works electric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at Winchester The fire de partment is one of the best in the State The assessed valuation of all prop rtyincluding franchises 4692j499 The tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty cents for city and fifty cents for schools i n f The COLNandLErail- roads center at Winchester the geographical location and shipping facilities make thQ city a desirable lo cation for factories New concerns are given live years exemption from taxation The Opmmercial Club will take information tt Officers L4 Hughes MayorT ClergyFttprnty F P Pendjeton Judge tD Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor ant =CALL ON- NELSONJheTransferMan r by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Conkwriglii Transfer and Ice CIf Crating Handling and HauHn Fur niture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main Street Beth T1MN WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY M 8c R McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Ripairit DRY CLEANING AND- DYEING A SPECIALTY N5nn Main and FairfiT MACS AIM v GAS AND Engines I SIMPLE RELIABLE l ECONOMICAL 0 Sold Under a Positive Guaranty WRITE FOR CATALOGUE ANBfMCES HAGAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG GO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY f PROFESSIONAL CARDS JL- J M STtf 1SOIf i ttorncy At Law eoaln Winchester K ENDLETON tl W BUSH Attorneys At Law c uc S Main St Winch sA j SEE GILBERT BOTTO FOR s MeatsZJ BOTH PHONES OPERA BOUSZ BLOCK GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with 5 nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester K Cor Broadway and Highland GrownUp Children S It Is not only the frivolous whom jUstl1Oleadingion even among the wise Women especially affect a kind ot childisfc shrewdness in talking of serious sibs jects Like children who hav the habit of romancing they lose the sense of reality and because thirj ner er talk exactly as they think they be gin to think exactly as they talk = London SpectatorSf- I Brinegar Coroner J N H Vitherspoop Treas rergs Felice VjChief Mal Tarpy DeputiesCarral Azbill AlBSrt aIIHackett j ysf Second ward 1 R Martin L Todd + v Third ward Doe Pigg J Q BOO k Fourth wardJ D Jones Fifth ward G D McGmilmaSa t lDipelIL Board if EducationLtStrother President C H Rees Secretary H W Scrivener Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cprm ttf- W i A Adams J K Allan James Hisle Zena Bruoe N K Foster trFire Dtpadmmt llt J1 A R Baldwin Chief Jno W Hardine Secretarr I IHTTTTTiTi r THE WINCHESTER NEWS 112TN8it EVER IM THE LIMELIGHT lji 7 Ti Close Watch Kept on the Man of 1 Many Interests HIS EVERY MOVE IS CHRONICLES 4 Even a Few Hours Absence from His Usual r if Haunts Causes Flurry Among Brother Oper I jatorsHow Business Secrets Are Some Z times Wormed from Shrewd Men t jofBusiness I N EW YORKThe man of many interests can no more get away from the penetrating rays of pubr liclty than a cat can get away from its tail said 1 tneplcUJme i detective In the first ace the nation at large Js keeping 3ts eye on him But thats only one eye There are a thousand little blaz ing orbs that follow him wherever he goes during business hours Let him be absent from his office at a time when the bankers brokers and traders believe he should be there and straightway goes a notice over the ticker to every one of them detainediJage if it be about him or E H Har riman who is not at his office today is reported to be about to make a trip to the Pacific coast Whoever it may be who has tem porarily dropped out of sight a rush ie At once made for his office Perhaps the firm gives out a state ment If this formal communication seems all right that settles it If it contains a fiord or clause that looks Auspicious the chase is redoubled Messages fly fast over the telegraph and the longdistance telephone wires And if posaitive reassuring information be not forthcoming within an hour the wildest rumors begin to appearMr Harriman a while ago dropped out of sight for four hours relates Al len L Benson in the New York Herald The usual inquiry was begun In the course of 30 minutes it was definitely determined that Mr Harriman was not at his home In the next 15 it was learned he had been in Boston and- wasnot feeling well A full hour from r the start news came that he had left Boston The facts stopped coming No pne knew where he was going No one knew what was the matter with him Rumors Fly Thickly During the next three hours almost every conceivable rumor about Mr Harriman was startedhe was seri oulyill he was about to go to a hospital for an operation he had been operated on he was better he was worse AJid then definite information came that nothing of Importance was or had been the matter with him During the panic last year Mr Mor gap could not have been watched much more carefully If he had been a spe- cIal tram running a mile a minute un- decfhe constant observation of the best dispatcher on the road m Tot it is not in such daylight opera tiong lasting only a few hours that business shows its greatest acute new of vision or its most unflagging persistence It is when the big finan Biers want to force somebodys hand or to obtain inside Information regard Ing1 anothers plans that the eye of a hawk becomes fci comparison like that ofaxrocety store codfish In tuck emergencies beautiful women have sometimes been hired to follow r VM for month to Europe and back n necessaryto get one word ofr bush IJf between two words of Idlqchat as women have also been em ployed to seek the confidence of wives for the same purpose As an illustration of what business wen sometimes do in the way of shad surpassesWent Almost Too Far In the financial district is a firm capitalized for many millions that is rated in Bradstreets at AAA1 There are three partners Two of the part ners did not like the other one He was intractable disagreeable hard to get along with they decided to get rid of him and offered to buy him out He wouldnt sell Then they offered to sell t He wouldnt buyIFinally the two upon a plan Their partner had announced his in tention of taking a trip to Europe They would send a detective with him Perhaps he would do or say something that would be to their advantage Per haps upon his return he would be willing to sell rather than to have the detectives report sent where it would be read with the greatest interest So the partner and the detective de parted The partners visit dragged on from week to week and finally Into months and upon each returning ship came the reports of the man who had been sent to wat im But the reports were of no Vest even to the men who read tlis Their partner seemed to be conducting himself ad mirably so far as his own interests were concerned though quite unfor tunately for those who wanted to buy him out But they knew himor thought they dIdand waited for more reportsBut rest of the reports were like the first and the man himself came obItalnedwanted It was then they shuffled the deck to play what they believed was their trump card Pretty Woman as Decoy One of the partners had a very pretty cousin a young woman She was summoned to the home of her relative and told that important business considerations made it desirable that she perform for them a very deli cate task She should appear1 at the office and go to work apparently as an ordinary employe Her purpose in doing so should be to cultivate the acquaintance of the third partner But she should bide her time There should be nothing in her conduct toward him to suggest to so shrewd a man the pos sibility ofa plot Yet when the time Messages Fly Fast Over tTeleph one Wires came she should recognize the moment and play the game The time finally came The partner asked her to go to dinner with him the next evening She had been to dinner with him before and had gained enough of his confidence to know this dinner was not to be like the others But she lost no time im accepting the invitation and still more promptly couuinyAn the cousin was In a t ra 4 N w prryate detective agency ivlth the chief Gainfully he told the story of how ho and his agreeable had tried to buy out the disagreeable other fellow and having failed had engaged a man to shadow him to Europe Even more minutely he went over the mat ter concerning the hiring of the pretty cousin Then he came to his point He wanted two detectives assigned to shadow the couple first to the theater and then to their ultimate destination Within a minute after the ar rival of the third partner and his com panion one of the detectives should knock on the door which the beautiful cousin would thereupon open The other partners would f once appear feign surprise indignation and anger and the next morning the third part ner would be told he must sell out at their figure or suffer exposure Shown Errcr of Their Ways The detective chief listened in silence until the story was told Do you realize said he you have asked me to help you do something for which we would both be sent to state prisoneThe gentleman expressed great amazement You have asked me to aid you in springing a trap by means of which you plan to force your partner to sell yourselfpropertjthat what would be the result if I were to dolt The partner of whom you are try Ing to rid yourself would go home and THE hlRT RilirEJ YE PTOGOT HtR 7 irHiYM spend a sleeples night About eight oclock in the morning he would sat to himself I can stand this no longer I must go to my attorney and seek his advice Hed go His attorney would listen to his story take out his watch note the timenine oclockand sayII want you to go with me at once to the district attorneys office and swear out a warrant for that young woman for conspiring to extort money from you The third partner would swear to the warrant and the young woman would be arrested Within an hour after her arrest the whole story would be wrung from her and war rants would be sworn out for you and your other partner Abandon this scheme Go to your office tomorrow morning and ten yojr partner you came within hailing dIs- tance of the penitentiary tonight but luckily escaped it If ever you have any honest detective work to do I shall be at your service but this case I wouldnot take for a million dollars Again the Feminine Element On another occasion a firm of big operators wanted to get inside infor mation concerning a multimillionaires ultimate plans for the development of a great property There was no use of sending men to brush up against him He never talked to men But he had evidently promised his aged grand mother he would never be unkind to a woman so they determined to cap italize this trait of his character From no one knows where they en listed the services of as pretty a wom an as ever rode down Fifth avenue In a few days she appeared at the hotel in which the great capitalist made his home She was beautiful enough to be conspicuous in any com pany diffident enough to make her attractiveness compelling She neither sought nor declined introductions to others passing hr time aa any wen bred womu im affluent elrcumstaneea might wish to do Asgood an automobile as IB made im France took her from and to the hotel And the tar bore her monogram Wise Gentleman Easy Vletln Her life In this hotel was destined to be marked by two great days and it was six months before the first one came On that day she was introduced to the man on account of whom dr sOme ohe haiS bgp Iit ail bit fishlom able gowns and finery her motor car and paid her hotel bills She chatted with him for tin minutes and then bade him good evening just as hIs in terestin her was ascending by leaps and bounds The next day he asked her to ride with him through the park and she politely declined S For three months this handsome young feminine person played with this wise gentleman in much the same manner that a cat would toy with a mouse it intended ultimately to eat Little by little she let it be known she was a widow Reared by an in dulgent father all she had known about money was that it was made in the mint and her papa got it Nor did her husband force upon her more defi nite knowledge of the manner In which dollar bills are nursed into tens and tens into hundreds Then death came upon their happy home and in a twinkling the responsibilities of a large fortune were thrust upon her She disliked these burdens so She was never trained to bear them she had neither aptitude nor liking for such tasks and she was in constant fear of tumbing into pitfalls The gentleman was duly sympathet- Ic To the best of his limited ability he would at any time instruct her Was she at that time contemplating any investment about which he might enlighten her She was not This woman knew what to drrather she had been told what to do Her employers wished to know wheth x bI1rIJ Ya kcRET tw- IJltW lltfllllmflMifr1f arlovE pr it was the intention of the gentleman to force a certain stock to a still higher figure Jt was then hlghor let it sag back She bided her time until she believed the right moment had come and then edged around to the subject A transaction that need not be entered into here had left her several thousand dollars which she desired to reinvest Would the gentleman advise her to buy stock in his big concern at its present high price Fell Into the Trap He ought to have known better but he didnt HeuteU for the widpws query without a premonition of danger And he told her not only what he hon estly believed butwhat he knewto be true The price of the stock was to be slaughtered in a few weeks She thanked him and did not Invest Neither did her employers More than that they sold what they did have And what they saved by getting out while the price was high made the cost of paying the widows expenses for six months look like a raincheck beside a thousanddollar bill Another business man sent a messenger to request the chief of a private detective agency to call on him uI want you to find out said he what SoandSo is going to do with suchandsuch a property He is the hardest man in the world to get any information from He doesnt even talk to his wife But bes got a daughter who can talk like a phonograph Furthermore I think that girl of his knows what hes up to all the time As nearly u I can find out shes the only one he confides inshe winds him around her finger if she wants to NoTff what I want you to do is this There are a lot of young mea without xaueh means in this town whose social position 10 just as rood as Soand8os and ia daughters I want you to find oat of them who will consent to go on this cue Ill put up all the money needs to make good with the gir And I want you to have him go alter her as if she were the only girl he had ever lored If he has to let him eves propose to herbut he neednt muury her if he doesnt want tobut if sh has the Information I want he mus get itIThe chlel politely decline and the case went elsewhere if it went ajv where t s INAUGURATION FARESV- IACOROUTE 2025 railComfortuJ At UGcarte Dining Car service See the Battleship Fleet 2225 returningviaConneticut Nebraska Rhode Island Ohio Minnesoea Loisiana Vir- ginIa Kentucky Kansas Georgia Kersage Vermont Ne Jersey Illinois Missouri and Wisconsin will be in Hampton Roads Finest Naval Display ever seen on the Atlantic Coast Tickets on sale Feb 28 March 1 2 3 good to return till Marcy 8 Stopover at Richmond Va and other points For tickets and sleeping car reservation call on or address AG Locknane Agt Winchester Ky or Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 5100000 Surplus 142000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS jf Will give youcourteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier Closing the Question The Sunday school teacher being aware that the rector Intended visit ing the church during this Sabbaths school session drilled her little class on such important questions as Who made them etc until he felt sure that should the clergyman deign to quiz her charges they would do them selves and her credit Hardly had she so concluded when the church door opened and In strode the rector who passed along the rows of buzzing pews until he reached this very cluster of pupils which he at once proceeded to take in hand Now my boy asked he picking out a youngster in the end of the pew who made you 7 God made me blurted the youth glancing appealingly at his more familiar teacher Then suddenly encouraged by her eyes he boldly faced unexpectedlyClanCircle Magazine Too Many for Him An American traveling in Germany was much bewildered at the large independentwent toBavariational colors he would find himself without warning In Wurtemburg where they have an entirely different king and entirely different military uniforms and a strikingly different dialect Then a few hours ride on a andthenthen SaxeWeimar and then Baden lastheinquiredFrankfurtontheMain Who Is the local duke he asked wearily Worlds Coldest City saidtois the great commercial emporium o eastern Siberia and the capital of th province of Yakutsky which in most of its area of 1517063 square miles is a bare desert the soil of which is frozen to va great depth Yakutsky consists of about four hundred houses apartTheby winter yoorts or huts of th northern nomads with earthen roofs hairyJUdu r etrayed ex1tremelYof sophistication So ho strolled into nonchalantlyethe world heintHe did not join in the ensuing harsh TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT IG PUBLIC SALE 1 OF 1OO JFersyTENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA BREEDINGSEVERAL ARE REGISTEREDAT TAY LORS STOCK YARDS Wednesday March 3 Evening Sixty are fresh with young calves balance yearlings and twoyearolds Several of them are bred 25 cows are giving from four to five gallons per day and a record of two pounds of butter per day Cows are now In Winchester ready for inspection This lot of cows are the finest we have ever offered S C CARPENTER Millersburg D F BROWN Tennessee i Quit Yourselves Like Men Oh do not pray for easy lives Pray to be strong men Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers Pray forspowers equal to your tasks Then the doing of your work will be no miracle Every day you shall wonder at your self at the richness of life which has come in you by the grace of God The Late Phillips Brooks Ancient EmbarmlngutThe ancient inhabitants of the Canary Islands used an embalming pro I cess like that of the Egyptians ne sicated bodies preserved for centuries by atmospheric or other agencies V have been found In France Sicily Eng land Central America and Peru tReducing Weight yoneare you some thing off Jockey Im wearing my lightest suit and havent tasted foodjtall day Owner Then for ness sake go and get shavedTif Bits f isonea of brut force those who appeal to the head rather than the heart however pallid and polite arenec men of vio lence We speak of touching a maws heart but we can do nothing to his head but hit it Gilbert K Cheater ton Your Frientfc Woturtv A philosopher says What ft lot C hypocrites ware A man show tais 4 the negative of a portrait of ueJwe admire it am4 remark Id lieone in the more colblooded fuMolr mowing full wlI That well drop ft behind the parlor sefa But bow eliip jt could we meet the titsjattogv S fk iJet THEwJNE8TERNEWS 1 TIE WINCHESTER NEWS Ah Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated V Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except SUn ay Entered as secondclass matter Iforwnber 28 1908 at the post office at Winchester Kentucky under the ieof March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Pelivery fta3y one year 520 week 10 jfet Payable at office or to collector jrrtrj week Mall Delivery 0gflbcIemonth Payable in advance 7 ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch 11 time any edition 25 Jar times within one week 50 1 Da week continuously 100 v e calendar month 300 Pour weeks four times a week 240 four weeks three times a week 180 ear weeks two times a week 120 Jfa r weeks one time a week 75 T ime discounts 3 months 10 per- MDt 6 months 25 per cent one far 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Wariness noticesvbody type 712C Pare reading news headings lOt New Phone No 91 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 1909 THE AWAKENING It is hard for the average man to are lize the wonderful change in pub lic sentiment in the last fifteen or twenty years A decade or two ago it was not believed that the great Inist magnates or the rich malefac tors could be brought to the bar of the law The public prosecutors in those days never thought even for a moment of attempting either civil or criminal prosecutions It was be lierved that these people wereputside r the law Tuesday in the Supreme Court of the United States the Ye dist of the Circuit Court of the South ern District of New York im posing a fine of 108000 upon the- N w York Central Railroad Company on the charge of granting rebates to ihe American Sugar Refining Com I iihSr was affirmed The court also rendered a similar Decision upholding the lower court in She case of a shipment to Cleveland Oin which a fine of 25000 was imposed Again the case of the IJnited States against the New York Central and Hudson Railroad Com pany involving the question whether a railroad company which is a party to a rebate transaction but was not the iniatory road canS be criminally prosecuted for a violationof the El 5in antitrust law was decided against the company In another decision on the same jjajyj the Supreme Court upheld the Validity of the Arkansas antitrust 3aw of 1905 against the Hammond Tacking Company of Chicago which it was charged had combined with jptoer packers to fix the price ofmeats and upon which a fine of 10000 was imposed These are the judgments of the 1ghest court in the country in a sin gle day Within six months last past Morse the speculating banker if New York and Walsh a kinJ of iinance of Chicago have been con Ticted of criminal offenses and sen tenced to the penitentiary The prosecuting attorneys of San 3Prancisco have brought to taw and arc attempting to send to the State prison boodling public officials and the rich men who made tools of them 3n Pittsburg more than 80 aldermen are under indictments and some of them will shortly grace prison stripes These things are due to an awak iL public conscience The courts jmay be honest but unless the law ias behind it the moral support of i e people it amounts tolittIePnb jic opinion no longer looks with corn jftlafiency on crime in high places The crusade that has been waged by high las6 newspapers magazines and pat 1 aietic citehsborne its fruits and t S I America is Jiow reaping the harvest fT tJof a better and lugher morality The gigantic strides tak nby the United States after the Civil War the stupendous growth in our indus trial and commercial life loosened the moral fibres somewhat and we paid the penalty ill disregard and defiance of tire law by rich and powerful male factors But itis a long lane that has no turning The American people are sound at bottom They may ba care less they may be thoughtless but theyIarty drifting the reaction comes con science awakens and the offenders against public law and private standards of morality are brought j to task PATRIOTISM A Lincoln celebration a Washing tons birthday anniversary and the return ofa great fleet of American warships from the most notable cruise in naval history have created what has been characterized as the opportunity for a display of the in tangible and somewhat indefinite thing called patriotism It may not be out of place to stop a moment in the midst of the enthusiasm fora little serious reflection as to what patriotism really means The dictionaries define it as love of country and loyalty to country Association develops attachment All men worthy the name have some sentiment with respect to the land that jrives them birthTe readily accept the idea of obligation and loyalty in a general sense but frequently perhaps without sufficient regard for the spe termsIPerhaps we confuse the sentiment with respect to nativity with the more tangible things that call for devotion and loyalty The countrv is not mere ly the fields and the forests the mountains and the plains The word country in the modern sense is a comprehensive term It includes the institutions and organizations that constitute our civilization The patriot may love the landof his birth He may have a sentimental regard for the material surroundings of his life A man may actually love the soil and the trees and the streams and everything that makes up his environment and yet not be a patriot in the highest sense The real pat riot sees beyond these things He has a broader conception of the term patriotism and a deeper devotion to the principles and i institutions that really constitute his country The people are always the more1 important element in the nation Ma terial things are Valuable only to the extent that they contribute to the popular progress and welfare The man who is readiest to display a flag on a national holiday or to shout the loudest upon any occasion that arous es popular enthusiasm is not neces sarily the best patriot The true pat riotism is not in sentimental devo tion to some particularly environment or in a demonstration of enthusiasm over some conspicuous phase of national activity but in a profound consideration for the nublic welfare The Kentuckv Evening Gazette STATE FAIRS 1909 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days BlueGrass Ldxington August 9thj 6 days Bourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Louisville September 13th 6 days Ifsecretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dates we will carry them free of charge Rockcastle county August 18 3 days Spencer county August 10 4 days Laurel county August 24 4 days Bdoiie county August 25 4 day s Lincoln county July 21 3 days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing KJV August 19 3 days Rock and Rye Many a man has been wrecked on tie rock of adversity but there la generally a little rye on the side Philadelphia Record Masters of Our Own Destiny It Is my own deed which molds my character If 1 send out hatred If 1 retaliate judge condemn or yield to anothers dominating spell then I con s lously take part In the fray and dust suffer the consequencesrHora lib Dresser Y WAR NOT PROBABlt Berlin Takes Optimistic View of Ser vian Situation Berlin Feb 25There is no reason to believe that an butbreak of war between Austria and Servia la immi nent according to the view held In the most authoritative semiofficial circles The alarmist reports are regarded as being much exaggerated It is admitted however that the situ ation Is not clear and will remain clouded those powers which like France are striving to maintain peace make their voices heard at St Petersburg and induce Russia to notify Belgrade that in the event of war Servla can not relyupon either direct or indirect Russian support Valuable Necklace Stolen San Francisco Feb 2A ROOOO pearl necklace belonging to Miss Jen nie Crooker of this ciy was stolen during the Mardi Gras nil given by Mrsf Charles O Alexander at the San Francisco hotel TEN Lives LOT Gangplank Blips as Steamer Is Being Loaded at Hamburg Hamburg feb 25Ten persons were killed and 37 injured through the slipping ef a gangway between the wharf and the steamer Kniserin Auguste Victoria rhich was being loaded preparatory to safing for New York on Saturday next No passen gers were among the victims Will Organize Junior Brotherhood Piftsburg Feb 25 Resolutions calling forthe organization of junior brotherhood were presented and met withfavor at the national convention of the Presbyterian Brotherhood of America 1 Market Slump Catses Suicide New York Feb 25 Despondency because of losses on the stock mar ket slump is believed to have caused Herman S Abeles a retired merchant to take his life THE THRICEAWEEK WORLD The Greatest Newspaper of Its Type It Always Tells the News As It Is Promptly and Fully Read in Every English Speaking Country If you want the news as it really fort of the Tluieea Week edition of the New York World to publish the news impartially in order that it may be an accurate reporter of what has happened It tells the truth irre spective of party and for that reason it has achieved a position with the public unique among papers of its class If you want th news as it really- is subscribe tp the Thrice aWeek edition of the New York World which comes to you every other day except Sunday and isVthus practically a daily at the pride of a weekly The ThriceaWeek Worlds regular subscription price is only 100 per year and this paysVfor 150 papers New England Originality At a Lynn Mass wedding recently bright new coins were thrown after the departing bride and groom instead of the traditional rice and old shoes Thatwas awfully reckless considering how ilear Lynn is to Nahant and Bog ton t ANNOUNCEMENTS Fpr Mayor We are authorized to announce J A HUGHES- as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce HT STROTHER as a candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W 0 HOSKINS- as a candiuate 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 subject to the acHou of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce s J WQODSON MCORD as a candidate for Chief of PpUge subject to the action of the Demo crane party We are authorized to announce JW RUPARD as a candidate for Chief of Police ubject to the action of the Dempcrat i party City Collector We are authorized to announce i HARRY W SCRIVENER as a candidate for City Collector of Winchester subject to the action of the Pemocratic party t7 UbLI4LL to LUiVULI1L Almost Certain MacVearjh Is to Ce Secretary of Treasury New York Feb 25Presidentelect William H Taft completed his cabinet by the offer of the treasury port folio and its acceptance That the offer was made to and accepted by Franklitt MacVeagh of Chicago Is as near a positive statement ofwhat is believed to be the fact asmay be made In the face of an absolute re fusal by Mr Taft to throw any light on the most interesting situation It is vaguely hinted that there are things to be accomplished in Wash ington before announcement may be properly made In spite of strong belief that Mr MacVeagh had been offered thc treas cry portfolio and had already or would accept there were reports that the name of A B Hepburn former comptroller of the currency of New York had figured largely in the conferences on the subject It was declared that should anything arise to eliminate Mr MacVeagh from the list as it is now understood to stand Mr Hepburn would be selected to take his place SPERRY TO RETAIN COMMAND OF FLEET Admiral Sees to Washington This Afternoon Fort Monroe Va Feb 25 Rear Admiral Sperry will leave for Washington this afternoon instead of on Friday as he at first planned He goes to consult with the navy depart ment authorities as to the further plans for the fleet and nothing in the way of inspection or detaching any of the ships will be done until he returns The commanding and other officers were much gratified by the published reports from Washington that Admiral Sperry would continue as commanderinchief of the battle ship fleet until the date of his retirement in September Some others were Inclined to believe the report that has spread throughout the fleet to the effoct that President Roosevelt intends himself to name the next commanderinchief before he retires from office An offi cial anpouncement is expected while Admiral Sperry Is In Washington MYSTERIOUS ASSAULTS Toledo Pollee Investigate Attacks on Farmer and Woman Toledo O Feb 25The police are Investigating mysterious assault cases in which August Schmidt a farmer of West Toledo and Mrs Mary Huyar of this city are victims Schmidt drove to Toledo and when his team arrived home Schmidt was found in the wagon box unconscious and badly hurt He was removed to a hospital and has been unconscious since Mrs Huyar was found in bed by neighbors who heard moans coming from the house She had been beaten over the head anda stXmonthsold child at her side was drenched with blood but uninjured QUEEN ILlS SUED Doctor Claims She Broke Contract For Medical Attendance Washington Feb 25 ExQueen Liliuokalani of Hawaii otherwise Mrs Lydia Dominls was sued in the district supreme court by Dr Charles H English to recover 11600 Uleged to be due him on account of breach medIlealexqueen to the Ha waiian Islands as private physician under a contract to receive 300 a month and expenses and a bonus and that the defendant broke the contract TIff MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 OOT 00 cows 3 256 00 heifers 53 25G 00 bulls 3 4005 25 stockers and feeders 53 2506 30 Calves3 508 50 Sheep and Lamhs Sheep 4 255 75 lambs 6 757 75 yearlings J5 007 25 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 50G butchers 6 456 55 light mixed 56 20 6 30 chot light 56 356 40 packing S06 45 pigs 53 256 10 Wheat No 2 red 51 221h1 23 CornNo 8 8364c Onta No 3 53W54c East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tje Se OOG 50 shipping steers 55 509 6 00 butcher cattle 55 006 25 heifers 54 005 50 cows 53 OOtfM 75 bulls S3 75 5 00 Calves Best 510 0011 00 Sheep and iambs Mixed sheep 55 265 65J wethers 55 756 00 ewes 55 005 60 lambs 507 85 yearlings 46 507 00 HogsHeavies 56 806 85 mediums 56 80 Yorkers 56 606 65 pigs 56 25 roughs 55 7605 85 stags 54 505 00 Cleveland aCatHe Prime dryfed cattle 0 6 254fat steers 55 750 6 00 heifer 54 255 2T cows 52 250 3 50 bulls 53 004 25 milkers and springers 525 0095 00 Calves 59 75 down Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 54 SOOJS 00 withers 54 755 00 ewes 54 04 75 lambs 56 007 65 Hogs Mixed 50P6 65 heavIes 56 65 mediums 56 60 orkers 56 56 55 pigs tG 00 roughs5 755 85 stags 55 25 Pittsburg Pa Cattle Choice 56 300 6 M prime 56 0006 30 tidy butchers 55 405 70 hefeI8 53 50 i 50 cows bulls and stags 53 OOC5 00 fresh cows 525 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 0090Sh- Ginp an JambB Prime wethers 55 85 6 09 good mixed 55 505 75 lambs 54 00S 00 Hogsiteavy hogs 56 860 6 90 mediums 56 156 80 Heavy York era H 506 75 light Yorkers 4 26 9 nptg 8Sa 00 reaitOatsNo 2 t5p55Vc RyeNo 2 82c LardS 259 ZY Bulk MeatsS93Hz Bacon 510 0 t Hogs 56 logi6 70 Cattle 52 505 00 Sheepfl eO5 25 Lambs5 00 Teledo Vat 13 corn 86c- eatg 55Mtc rye 81lc cloversced 55 35 J h H MR MANV Get your heads together and start your feet our some good All of our 500 be soldat These leathers Vicis Box Calf genuine Calf in and This is your a 0 c I WE WILL SEND A HAND SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILL 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 ON THEIR GOODS SHOULD HAVE Clock Made of Straw A shoemaker named Wegner living in Strasburg has a clock of the grand father shape nearly six feet high made entirely of straw The wheels pointers qase and every detail are exclusively of straw Wegner has taken 15 years to construct this A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to went sickand de biliated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes WI M Sherman of Cushing Me tbut Electric Bitters cured me en Only 50c at Phillips Drug Company To Cure Love Madness Ilr Berillon of Paris says that 10Te simply a fixed affective Idea ani lis symptoms are an Increased sen sitiveness of the left side hand wrist and left temple To cure it all ont has to do is to set up a counter Irritation give the boy or girl physical ex ercises that wilt bring into play the muscles of the right side and behold the madness is cured The Amateur Gunner Ma asked the little rabbit Is It true that pa was shot by ant amateur at all snorted the mother rabbIt scornfully the gunner was shooting at something else while your poor father sat behind him and lauThed Unfortunately the gun kicked and the man sat down on your tfir an 1 killed hiai You can not eat all the flour ad vertised as the best on earth and you can not make a mistake in using Mansfields Best Patent or M Lilly Every sack guaranteed FLOUR WILLS Winchester Kj c t 44al Tin Nev way we have for you Shoes are to a Pair are Patents Gun and theln e at est shapes fashions opportunity Ior good thing M45SIC The Shoe Mao DWELLING SOUSE INVENTORIES FREE MAKEVRITTEN APPLICATIONS INSURANCE HOUSEHOLD ON- EJOUTTINSIIRANCE AGENCY keepsI LIFEIagoTrnillions guDler1Not MANSFIELDS Tl133moeod things 395 Metals LWell Mend the Wheelf so that it will be as good as new if you send your carriage here No maybeOur repairing is growing more pop everydaythe case unless our work was mbrefi than unusually good T STROTHER SCOTT CffiO SpecialTrain TO LexingtonTO fShe Merry Widow Friday Feb 26 Leaves Mt Sterling 630 ps m Winchester 7OOpnR- eturning r Leaves Lexington after the Show i Geo WBarney A G Locknane Do PA Agent WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest anil best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr perfection mid White Pearl flour has no equal For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST 2i84L Claims Record Trip Clara A Grace an employe of s London business firm claims to have made a record trip from London to New York and return She was pledged to be back In the English city on a certain day to release her colleagues for vacation She made the round trip in 15 days She tran sacted some important business IB New York remaining In the city only 25 minutes WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison fronra spiders bite caused large deepsores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Washington of Bosqueville Texas For eczema boils burns and pileits supreme 25e at Phillips Drn mpany b jt A Woman Word 1 In a case at Southwark his baSal Judge WilllB remarked I belle 8 Jn accepting a womans wQrdexceptp- erhaps in some instances connected with dressLondon Standard Culinary The oyster Joke unhappily to never fresh complains the Charles 4getp THE NEWS by man 3 a yMr i r THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Flue I f300J TY j The ladies of the Catholic church will give an oyster dinner on Saturday next in the vacant storeroom adjoining Winns Furniture Store beginning at 11 oclock There will be home made candies sandwiches and coffee too The ladies especially ask the can didates to come in and get their din ners Mr and Mrs John M Jenkins will renterta in oDSatrdayin ceis trollop of the twentieth anniversa ryof their marriage Great preparations are being made for the Fair here this summer One plan fo to have a u Queen Carnival Each piecinct is to select a queen and each queen is to select her own maids orcour tiets whichever she may prefer For the queen of all queens there will be given a prize and a prize will also be given for the most beautiful float Send your opinion of this plan fto the Social Column of The News It Hart Chapter D A B will hold the regular monthly meeting on Friday afternoon with Mrs Rezin M Scobee Miss Clay Croxton will be the charming hostess for the Literary and Social Club Saturday at her beautiful country home Sleepy Hollow The Little Ctlonel Readers will meet with Miss Helen Ford on Saturday The Cooking Club will have its meeting with Dorothy Porter on Saturday The Young Peoples Missio tar Y Society of the M E Church South will give an Inch party at the residence of Mr and Mrs Frank Jackson on the evening of Monday March 1 Mrs Carrie Mills and Mrs Buford Tracy are entertaining this afternoon in honor of Miss Frances Nel I son of Louisville M C Club The M C Club had a most de lightful meeting with Mrs R O Fitch on Wednesday afternoon They are taking the Bay View Course of study Miss Farts read an unusually interesting paper on the Arts in Italy Mrs J C Vaught in her usual bright easy way read an interesting paper on Italy13 Miss Benton read a most interesfcLoig papei onUthe Women of Italyf At the conclusion of this attractive program coffee and sandwiches were served by Mrs Fitch in a sweet and hospitable Smanner Fortytwo Mrs Jas Winn gave a beautiful Fortytwo party on Tuesday evening at her attractive home on South Main street in compliment to Miss Francis Nelson of Louisville the interesting and attractive guest of Mrs Buford Tracy Throughout the house were vases of carnations narcissus and many potted plants The game of FortyTwo was indulged in until a late hour when a most delicious luncheon was serv ed at the small tables Mrs Winns guests for the eve ning were Miss Francis Nelson the honor gue t Mrs Mills Mr and Mrs Buford Tracy Dr and Mrs Charles Rees Mr and Mrs t Maurice Miller Mr and Mrs R McKee Scobee Mrs John Reese Mr Ernest Bean Miss Graves and Miss Merrill of Madison In dianai PERSONALS President H K Taylor was in Lexington today for a meeting with theBoand of Education Mrs W A Beatty is in Lexington and will see theU Merry Widow tonight Miss Calloway Sqiures of Lex ington j is the guest of Dr and Mrs George O Graves =Mr Hickman Be kner of North Carolina is the guest of his father Judge W M Beckner Miss Hilda Threlkeld has return ed to her home in Maysville after a visit to Miss Golden Day Miss Elizabeth Fisher has return MissIMiss Annette Steele has returned to her home after a vistit to Miss Golden Day Mrs Christy Busb has returned home after an visit to Tuscaloosa AlaIMiss Rose home after an extended trip to the East in the interest of her store George 0 Tebbs left Wednes IIMr a business trip to London J A Hughes is visiting friends in Flemingsburg Misses Maragret and Arabella Bo gie have returned to Mt Sterling after a delightful visit to Miss Gol DayMr Henry Nunnelley was in Lexington Wednesday VMrs W R Thomas and Miss Ethel Thomas were in Lexington Wednesday night to see John DrewMrs James Ballard of Clinton vjlle was in town Wednesday- Mr Orlando Skinner left for Lou isville Wednesday afternoon Dr Hugh Stubblefield was in Mt Sterling Wednesday on business Mr and Mrs Holliday were in Lexington Wednesday Mr and Mrs Prewitt Harris came up Wednesday to make this city their home Mr Harris has bought a half interest in the Winn Furni ture Store Mrs James Ellis of Paris is the guest of her mother Mrs John Woods and stopped off en route home from Virginia Miss Margaret Bush went to Lex intgon Wednesday to see John DrewMr A J Read returned to Lou isville Wednesday evening after a visithere Mrs J Maaion Vaughn of Lexington is the guest of her mother Mrs W D Smith Miss Mattie Weathers returned to her home at Avon Wedesday after a delightful visit to bars Anna Swift Tarley Mr J C Trimble of Montgom ery county was here Thursday on business Mr Trimble is a magis trate of his county and one of the leading farmers Miss Warren Entertains Miss Letitia Warren is entertain ing this afternoon with a buffet lunchoon in honor of her two victors Miss Crpsswaite qf Lexing ton and Miss Benton of Winches ter Miss Crosswaite was gowned in a pink silk cut empire Miss Benton wore a redciepe de chene Miss Warren was attired ID a black embroidered chiffon over white silk Mrs Arch Robertson and Mrs George SJrillman poured the coffee while the chocolate table was presided over by Mrs W P Givens and Miss Georgia McAfee The house was prettily decorated in the national colors and the scheme of red white and bluEwas carried o tin the ices Danville Advocate Always Comes High One trouble with experience Is that we seldom get it at markeddown prices FIGURE IT OUT YOURSELF I r1 j oranythingf It would pay you to borrow the money at 6 per cent and buy now you can save 20 per cent on every purchase Think ofvit and figure it out for YOIJrs il lfICH BOWEN Jeweler and Optician J ii i p1 a i lUPLK 1AnL aJM1Jb1IJlyJ- says Shortage In Accounts Was Due to Bad Bookkeeping Nashville Tenn Feb 25After a day replete with exciting incidents and interesting developments the ses sion ot the CooperSharp trjal for the murder of Former Senator Carmack closed with the aged defendant Col onel D B Cooper still upon the standAlmost the first thing the state did on crossexamination was to announce that it would try to prove that Colonel Cooper was a defaulter to the extent of over 100000 while clerk and master of chancery in Maury county This precipitated a bitter fight between counsel during which some harsh words were used and much anger was displayed despite the efforts of Judge Hart to hold the reins tightly The state won a partial victory arid straightway sprang another surprise It resurrected some old legislative records concerning an investigation Into the defalcation of State Treas urer M T Polk in the early 80s It offered to prove that thousands of dollars of the states money was in vested by Polk with Colonel Duncan B Cooper and others in a Mexican silver mine scheme a walnut log scheme in North Carolina and a scheme to buy the Nashville American Colonel Cooper admitted that there were irregularities in his office of clerk and master in chancery but said they were due to bad manage ment and poor bookkeeping and that every dollar was made good It is Hkely frcn the length to which the state is going on with the colonels crossexamination hat the witness will be on the stand all day todayLOCK CANAL COMES IN FOR CRITICISM Engineer Granger Discusses Re port of Experts New Haven Conn Feb 25Earn est advocates of the Gatun dam were found among the members of the American Institute of Mining Engineers during the discussion of the Panama Canal upon resuming the sessions of the ninetysixth meeting The opposition to the lock type wasted by Henry G Granger of Carta gena Colombia who made a sharp at tack upon the report made a few days ago by the engineers who went to Panama with Judge Taft to look over the work He summed up his attitude In these words1f the engineers had to go- Uts unfortunate that their nominator did not pass through the office of the Chicago drainage canal and go to the camps of contractors who had to use their brains to save money by new methods and devices It is also to be regretted that engineers were chosen who had been found gui1ty of seeing a point and generating a germ of an idea which they had fostered into suc cessful development JUDGE COMES BACK Cites Parties Who Seek His Removal For Contempt of Court San Juan P R Feb 2bA resolution was introduced in the house of delegates urging President Roosevelt to immediately remove Judge B S Rodey of the United States district court The Tesolution is based on declaration made at a legislative hearing oj i narges brought against IRodey of Incapacity and ignorance of the old system of law by American and Porto Rican attorneys Judge Rodey has acted in the matter himself and has issued an order against those who have attacked him to show cause why they are not guilty of contempt Railroads Fined For Rebating Springfield Jll Feb 25 Entering pleas pf guilty in the federal court here to charges of rebating and fail ure to post rites and schedules the Illinois Terminal association operating a roa between Alton and Ed wardsvllle was fined 4000 and costs and the Illinois Glass company own ed by the Terminal company fined 12000 and costs which both paid Fire Destroys Business Block Jacksonville Fla Feb 25A three story brick building on the south side of Forsyth street in the heart of the business district was completely de troyed by fire entailing a loss of 100000 PROBE fISH TRUST Grand Jury Gets Busy With Testi mony of Former Employes Chicago Feb 2The grand Jury began an inquiry Into the affairs of ABooth Company the big fish concern which is is the hands wfha r eiverA former employe cfthe company testified recently before a master in chancery that false state irenta were made to the banks state meats varying 2000000 from the true condition of the company Will Enumerate Jape Sacramento Cal Feb 25The senate passed the bill providing for a census of Japanese in the state to determine whether or not California should ask for a general Asiatic ex clusion art The bill already has passed the assembly and will be signed by tfce governor at once f Ttlf hh j His Process of Recbhlng Described by Woman Educator Chicago Feb 5Acourse oX ethics for the streetcar hog was rec ommended at the annual meeting of the department of superintendence of the National Educati nal association by Miss Ella Lyman Cabot of the Massachusetts board of education When the selfish man who has fixed himself comfortably lit a car with his barricade of bundles around him sees other persons get on and look around for seats he undergoes a peculiar mental process said Miss Cabot He begins to figure out how he can pretend he is doing the right thing He thinks to himself There are other seats farther down the aisle I cant help it If there are not seats enough for all of us It Is Just as easy for them to stand tip as It Is for me to hold my bundles on my lap I got here first anyway If they had got here first I wouldnt have complained at having to stand up I guess if they want seats they knew enough to ask for them These answers all Illustrate the tendency of the selfish person to try to deceive himself He should take up the study of ethic- sSENATORS STAND PAT ON TAXATION Refuse to Reconsider Glevenp Resolution Columbus 0 Feb 25 Efforts of Senator Rathburn of Weiss county In the senate to secure a reconsidoraUon of the Clevenger resolution were unsuccessful The result was that the senate again went on record in opposition to taking up tax reform questions at this session of the assembly providesIthe next session The Democrats TntItIevoted for a reconsideration but the Republicans had 18 votes against the proposal Senator Rathburn made a plea for reconsideration saying the matter had not been carefully consld ered before the resolution was adopt motelRepublican leader declared the resolution would not necessarily mean the prevention of legislation on taxation matters if the need were really press ing In the house Representative Gila gans bill providing for municipal lodging houses was Passed with an amendment offered by the author stipulating that no one shall use a municipal residence lodging house as a legal Kills TidrIck Bill Columbus O Feb 25The bongo taxation committee killed the Tidrjck bill Intended to force the Payment personal taxes by providing that suit can trot be bro tp collect on notes stocks bonds andother securities which have not l een recorded The house elections committee decid ed to report favorably the Schreiber bin providing for the election of all judges by separate ballot JANSON PIEADS GUILTY Ifltew York Lawyer Gets Twelve 1Months For Attended Bribery Feb 25 The trial of Carl FischerHansen the lawyer and suclety man tender Indictment charging him with the bribery of a wit ness was brought te a sudden close by the entering oT a plea ot guilty by the defendant to TO amended com plaint charging attempted bribery A sentence of 12 months imprisonment in the penitentiary was Imposed on FischerHansen by Justice fowling LEAD TRUST IN UNf Follows Steel CorporationsIn Slashing Prices Pittsburg Pa Feb 25 Following the lead of the United States Steel corporation the National Lead com pany has declared an men market for lead and its products This more in J openly admitted to be flue to the dIe Covery that the Independent lead companies were cuttrog rates OB every hand to secure contracts Tied Up By Snow Norfolk Neb FeD 25The trala eervice between Norfolk and Sioux City is again tied vp by drifting mow THE MEAL OfIT Sunday baseball fcwbeen legalised In Idiana by an act of the legisla tureOne fireman became iasane and 12 otherswere overcome by smoke while fighting a fire in New York r Rear Admiral Samuel R FrankUa retired is dead at his home In Wash ington D C George D Franklin is dead at Im penal Cal as the result of being kit on the head with a basebalL It cost the city of Evanston m28 for each ballot cast at its recent primary election Mrs James W Cochrane wife of a millionaire attorney followed him tea San Francisco restaurant where fee was dining with his stenographer Mrs L K Emery and shot the wart an through the hand r I ELECTRICIV I w in your w you can put clean healthful lights ata very as day therefore makes readinp atnight a pleasure Wont you drop in and let us 0 explain the merits of this new and beautiful light toyou and the saving in the consumption electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 730 Repair wroK a specailty I Winchester Electric Supply Co y w OPERA DUSEI Vogels Minstrelsy On Thursday March 4 at the opera house an unexcelled minstrel performance can be looked for for on that date John W Vogels Big City Min strels with upward of fifty people will be here Vogel is known as the greatest manager while Chas Gano is con ceded to be one of the most popular comedians in the minstrel world and there is little doubt but what the or richestlandThe first part will be set in a new creation entitled The Electric Velour Palacea magnificent affair beauti- fullY staged and appropriately cos tumed The overture is teeming with charming uptodate music excellent jvocalisms and graceful action The vocalists include the famous mostIvoiced child so prano Master A Newton the Louisiana Glee Club and a host of others Sam Harrison droll humorist Carney coon shouter The BillI Rolen novelty entertainer John Goss bone soloist tfhe Lane Trio and oth ers will appear in the allfeature olio The Lion and the Mouse There is nothing in the local book lug for the current season that will attract the interest of playgoers to a greater extent than The Lion and the duction of recent years Charles Klein wrote the play and when Henry B Harris gave New Yorkers the opportunity of viewing it they liked it so well that it ran for three years at the Lyceum Theatre in that city The Boston judgment was expressed in crowded houses for six mouths an for the eight months it ran in Chi cago and the attendance exceeded anything in the history of Chicago theatricals The Lion and the Mouse is book ed here for Wednesday Marlic 3 HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA Oil of Wintergreen Thymol Glycer- ine Etc Used as a Simple Vfcash It really seems strange that so many people suffer year in and year out with eczema when it is now no longer a secret that oil of wintergreen mixed with thymol glycerine etc makes a wash that is bound to cureOld obstinate cases it is true can not be cured ia few days but there is absolutely no sufferer from eczema who ever used this simple washand did not find immediately that wonderfully soothing calm cool sensation that comes when the itch is taken away Instantly upon apolying a few drops of the wash the remedy takes effect the itch is allayed There is no need of experimentthe patient knows at once Insteadof trying to compound the oil of wintergreen thymol glycerine etc in the right proportions oursel ves we are usiiie a prescription which is universally found the most effective It is known as the D D Dv Prescription or Oil of Wintergreen Compound It is made by the D D D Co of Chicago and our long experience with this remedy has given us great confidence in its merits Phillips Drug Co S Main st MAYOR LOSES VALUABLE FILLY Mayor Ab Hughes met with a se vere loss Thursday morning in the death of his thoroughbred filly Mar tha Huffaker She was found dead in trainingfordication of being a winner She was importedAlioway Subscribe For rM I IHYlampUTungsten WillIpresent Kerr Bloc I10 N Main IOPERA HOUSE Wednesday Mar 3rd = j The talk of all America HENRY B HAREIS will again prese- ntTheDramaticSuccess orthe Centu- rytheLloi iand heMOuse By Chas Klein- protrayed i by A COMPANY OF NOTABLE PLAYERS the Production in its Entirety sG MONTHSIN ICHICAGO Special Train from MtSterling Down Stairs 1 150 Gallery 50 Free List Suspended Keep Busy There would be fewer empty hearts If theta were moro occupied minds and busier bodies Both the body and the mind are restless when they have nothing to do Keep busy exec case stir around Activity la tae law of the universe Even tIle world hac dtotake its daily exercise and turv Itself about v SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between a desperate lnnttrouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a tc- oldhe writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of allremedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New TXs covery which restored my healtk completely I now weigh 173 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs preI its unrivaled 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 3nar anteed by Phillips Drug Company Greek Mythology letbeautifuland the nymph Lirlope metamorphosed Into a flower For hissen blNUnah1tobearshisVainly loved him died of grief For safe protection against fircv 5PV Fire Insurance Company 1274 wks WedSt r GETS AFTER OLrfJK Cark county is another one of the socalled wealthy Blue Grass coup ties of the State but she only has 220i475 cash in her banks At least that is what leer Assessors report shows though the bank reports show Winchesterbanks inover 400000 and is ranked u GlarcThese t when the State Board oSiipervisora jgets to work Flemingsbarg Gazette r c j asuveitise ti Ttlws drl I rd t lri I t r paueSlIII THE WINCHESTER NEWS The RoundUp A Romance of Arizona Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama By JOHN MURRAY a tMILLS MILLER Copyright 1903 by G W Dllllngluun Co dim smoothed down his tangles hair and brushed off some of the dust which whitened his shoulders Look here Miss Polly Then his courage failed him and he stopped Polly glanced at him to help him over the hard places Slim was greatly embarrassed My heart is right up in my throat Well I might swell spit it out he thought aloud Again Slim started toward the girl to tell her of his love and again his courage failed him although Polly was doing her best to help him Look here Miss Polly Ive been aft er somebody fer a long time now Horse thief asked Polly coquet- tIshly No heart thief blurted Slim Stealin hearts aint no harm Well just the same Im goin to issue a writ of replevin an try fer to git mine back laughed Slim He was about to slip hiS arm about her waist when she turned and faced him The action so disconcerted him that he jumped backward as if tHe girl was aboutto attack him Where Is it asked Polly Slim deeply in earnest replied You know where its hid You know just as well as I kin tell you Polly became remorseful She real ized how much Slim was suffering and she was sorry that Her answer to dIsappointmentiPle Slim she said as she stepped away Slim followed her up and speaking over her shoulder saIduI cant help it Youve got my feelins stampeded nov an they sure has to run Ive had an itchin1 In my heart fer you ever since I first knowed you You come from Kentucky Well I was kinder horned up that way myself in Boone county an that sorter makeswell if it did what I want to knowis Slim hesitated and nervously hauled at his chaps I Will you be my Frightened at his boldness he clapped his hand over his mouth Can I be your he began again Angry at himself he said under breath Ill never get this thing ou of my system In his earnestness he doubled up his fist and shook it behind the girls back Suddenly she turned and found his clinched hand directly under her nose She started back in dismay Excuse me humbly apologized Slim I didnt mean fer to do that maam fleedy I didnt I was onl- ythatswell I reckon Im a little bit Slim looked directly at the girl for the first time She was trying to restrain her hearty laughter Slims face broadened in a grlnYoure a mighty fine piece of work you are an Ive got an awful yeantfn to butt Into your family Polly was greatly moved by Slims slacerity Dont please dont she pleaded Why Ive known all along that you love me but But what he asked when she hesitatedIve always liked you real well an Ive been glad that you liked me I dont want to lose your friendship thoughan oh please forgive me please do Polly was very repentant showing it by the tones of her voice and in her eyes Slim was puzzled at first Then it came to him that the girl had refused to marry him Oh I low youall aint agoln to say you love me then I dont believe I am Polly smiled through her tears Slim paused as if steadyipg himself to meet the full force of the blow Mebbe its along of my red hair fit is red isnt It Polly smiled kindly Slim ran his fingers through his locks and then looked at his fingers as if expecting the color would come off on his hands Taint blue he said Another thought came to him Freckles he asked laconically Polly only shook her head Theres only one cure for freckles sandpaper grinned Slim But it isnt freckles replied the girlSlim looked at his hands and feet Maybe its faU he hazarded Oh I know Im too fat It beats all how I do keep fat Slim looked into his hat and sighed Well I suppose we dont get married this year do we PollygentlyNorany Slim was still hopeful Thats the way it looks now Slim put on his hat and tried to walk Jauntily to the fire whistling a bit of a tune The effort was a sad failure Heres where I get off Im in bad luck Somebody must have HureI copper on me when I was born I Jgotter be movie You wont hate me will you Slim The sheriff took the girls hands his and kissed them Hate you b almost shouted Why I couldnt leant do that no siree not in a thousand years Polly slapped Slim on the back Tm glad of that she cried Brace dayIsea Subscrlto For iPiL JJ f rof t SUm glanced af 2Gr ruefiflly dont feel much like goto flshln jest now Would you mind tellln me If I Let him alone J shouted SUm a excitedly lose out on this deal along of somebody else alioldln ill the cards Slim waited for Pollys answer Why dout you know No he said simply But he told me Who is it he insisted No if you dont know his name I wont tell you decided Polly Mebbe its Jest as well too assented Slim I dont think Id fee any too friendly toward him Thte y t frightened Polly so much that she cried aloud- Slim grasped at once the reason for her fear Is the feller In that wag an 1 he shouted You wouldnt do him any harm would your cried Polly Is he In that wagon Slim repeated angrily Polly caught hold of his arm Whats he hldin1 for he demand ed Slim pulled his gun and covered the opening Come out you coward he shouted Polly caught Slim by the right wrist so he could not fire Bud leaped from the wagon drawing his gun as he did so You shant call me a coward ho shouted to Slim reachingherhis hands depressing the muzzle of his revolver Slim danced up and down in the excitement with his revolver in his hand Polly kept calling on both of the men not to shoot Let him alone shouted Slim ex PollyHesshyNow look here sonny he cried to Bud if that squirt gun of yours goes off an hits me an I find It out well I reckon Ill leave to spank you fromPoUybegging The girl laid her hands on his shoul fiushedIall right Slim knows all about It He knows I love you an he wouldnt yolamPolly smiled at the sheriff complet- ly disarming him Shoving his gun back into the holster Slim grinned and said I reckon wouldntWeve been engaged fer ever so long now waitin fer Bud to get rich an nowan now its come He face radiated her happiness Bud showed his alarm motioning her to be silent but Polly rattled on Buds been savin an savin till hes got over a thousand dollars an SUm could not contain his indignation at th deception practiced on the girl by th boyYou derned thief he shouted Then he stopped plainly showing his represBBuds hand dropped to his gut- You he began but Polly stoppe- him with a gesture looking from onto e the other of the men dazed and frightened A thief Bud a thief What does It mean Tell me she gasped Turning to Bud she demanded Bud yon heard what he said lookeat He lied Slim checked his first betrayal of his anger and kept himself well In hand Oh Slim pleaded Polly Jsay you didnt memitS- imply and sadly Slim answer I didnt I reckon as how Im some Jeal ous an ftnT llpfl T fee Continued J JOLT FOR COLLLGt Bwc Sociology Students Aroused the Ire of a Bowery Bdozlne The class in sociology at Williams college which occasionally makes a visit to New Yorks slums is at leapt ofthemraconteur If they dont learn how the other half lives The other day they visited Magistrate Finns court and were seated in a long row behind the bench A pickled lady from the Bow ery gazed at them with outspoken ab horrence Dirty little susslety judges said she Oughter be shamed of emselves comin down here embarrass hardworkin lady If I could get atem Id learn em Ill get at em anriyhow The court officer restored her to her place in line dragging her violently back Just as she had half way mounted the rail separating her from the sus slety Judes The sociologists flushed crimson She still watched them angrily The crowded courtroom with never a smile in its hundreds stared at the college boys dully Now and then one spectator would point out something unique about the sociolo gists to his neighbor and the pair would mnutter together Finn and his victims were forgotten In the interest aroused by the sociologists The soused person was pushed along in front of the magistrate She turned her back on the court to watch the sociologists Failing to gaIn her at tention Magistrate Finn said Ten daysSure Dan dear she half whispered to Mr Finn turn me loose wid them Nancies for Jusht a minnut and make It twinty daps- Solitude and Society At the opposite poles of our inner being are two Imperative needs One is for solitude the other for society Women never reach their best devel opment if they live In loneliness or if they spend their whole lives In the social whirl writes Margaret E Sang ster In Womans Home Companion For our souls growth in goodness we require time in which to be alone To the busy mother with her little ones around her to the woman who prepares three meals a day to a third who is driven by social engagements it seems idle to insist that she shall have an hour or two by herself be tween sunrise and sunset Without this little space of quiet let it be ever so hard to attain let me tell my sister that she will cease to thrive mentally and spiritually She must think enough about herself to claim this privilege and hold it fast but no one should shut herself up and live apart from her neighbors unless neighbors are so remote that to reach them she must drive miles across country In this case the best plan is to find society In books and to cultivate In the family a habit of playing and uniting in evening amusements Religion In Business The difficulty of living as a Christian should was expressed last week by a young stenographer employed In a large Cleveland business house You cant live as Christ did and be an employe of a large firm the young woman said Sunday she attended the mass meeting cf young Christians at E worth Memorial church She was on of the 1500 who stood up promising to live for the next two weeks as expersibility In Cleveland business life It cant be done by an employe she said The employer himself mght carry the morality of Christ into his business if he chose But the employe at least in my casedoes not and it Is suicidal for the employe to attempt It Christs morality and business tact clash An employe sisting upon rigid honesty would b discharged instantly I dont mean to say my firm is dis honest Along broad lines it isnt Bu- the managers resort to many evasions of the truth in order to escape un pleasant consequences Too Good a Story to Keep thoughut was came to the same ministraephysician she sent out a hurry call but the medico momenIt grew with every minute and as a last resort another medical man was sent for a stranger reputerrespond the family physician turned up and cared for his patient He was not told that another had been called in and when the second man arrived the lady was thee heer word she was too ill to see the physician would he excuse her He happened to mention the strange incident to the family physician with whom he maintains close relations oudt Misanthropy Dont you wish you were a boy again1 Yes answered SIrius Barker fsee alot of people that make me wish my dignity did not prevent me from laying for them with a few dozen rocks t In Distress Mrs Newwed =Charlie where if that hotwater bag Baby has th colic Mr Neww dWellbaby will have to wait until I finish thawing out thesE pipes V r LESSON BROUGHT HOME TO HIM iA Wonderful Child Explains Other People Viewpoint to Father He was a doctor and not such a yoiing doctor either t That is to say he had been practicing for nearly ten years An interesting event happened in his family and he found himself the father of a very fine girl his first born A patient who happened in about three days after the event didnt have a great deal of chance to talk about his particular ailments because the father was very eager to tell all about the child Ive helped to bring a lot of chil dren into the world said the doctor and I know a lot about them But I want to tell you that this Is about the finest Ive ever seen Now that may seem to you merely to be the enthusiasm of a father but really I know its so And he went on for some time telling about the merits of his off spring how she was a finely formed child and embraced all the perfections atItendingother doctor as the custom is more or less among physicians This was the reason for one thing the doctor said One afternoon when the baby was only three days old she sneezed Some way or another that made me nervous and so I decided to call up the doctor It happened he wasnt at home and nothing would do but I must tell his wife all about it over the telephone She just laughed at me and that sobered my excitement UA terward I thought how angry I might have been had some one of my patients called me up on a foolish mat ter like that It Just goes to show that this sort of thing is done right along by folks who ought to know bet ter Pranks of Politicians Albany is infested with practical Jokers who make the telephone the chief Instrument of torture At four oclock one morning Assemblyman Colne chairman of the assembly com mittee on canals was called out of bed The conversation was In this or derThis you Colne Were you asleep No no I was playing bridge whist out on the lawn tennis court Well we dislike to disturb you but we have an argument down town One man says you are the best authority in these parts on canals Is that rightWell I consider myself pretty good in the daytime but I dont care to be pulled out of bed and asked to discuss canals at four oclock in the morn ing Youre a little sensitive is that It Sensitive nothing dont you thInk a man has a right to be a little sensi tive over such a trick as this But youre not angry sNo Im delighted Well what we wanted to know Is this Is there any statute prohibitiing a member of the legislature from take ing a bath in any portion of the Erie canal which is not used for drinking purposes 1 What Mr Colne said then will never be printed New York Herald The Spirit Moved Him An old negro preacher approached aePlease sah read dat he said The physician found it to be an ad vertisement in which it was asserted that whisky was the only genuine and reliable specific for malaria malariafnonetWhar do dey hab it de wust Mars curiouslyepress river the physician told him awayepassing the old fellows cabin and ob ricketytgoods Moving Uncle Ned he said Where are you going Mars Jeems the old man said solemnly Ah done had a call de sperit done move me to go wuck in de Lords vineyard on de banks ob Cypress ribberr Harpers Weekly Tribute to French Wives French girls make good wives The French bride is comparatively less ex travagant than her British or American sister Where the British wife requires 4 a week the American wife 18 or 20 a week for the housekeep ing the French wife will manage ad mirably on 190 The Frenchwoman does not regard her husband as a mere money making machine and her house simply as a place to sleep in As soon as she is married she is her husbands partner in business as well as in private life She considers It her duty to make herself acquainted with every detail of her husbands busi ness No French husband will think of taking any important step without first consulting his wife and her ad vice isoften amazingly shrewd r A Gibsonism Dave Gibson delivers himself of this epigram which we grab off before he gets a chance to print it The business of a business man is to see that his employes attend to it Cleveland Leader Solid as a Rock T mI ate some of the cake she made just to make myself solid DIckDId you succeed TomI couldnt feel any more solid if I had eaten concrete or building stone JITTIIITT rClark ontyCostruionctC7 INCORPORATED r Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year Roar On the Basis of Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the constru tion and repairing of all kinds and privateCrushed and Building Stone Always on SaleI We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car Sots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS I Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 1OOOOO agojustlion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been ss steady growth fr9QJe start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially united to open an account withus Per sonal attenion all business- J M HCbGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President WINCHESTER ADVERTISE INrCALLS FOR LARGE SACRIFICES Ministerial Work Means Giving Up Idea of Worldly Advancement Had we ministers trained and worked for a business life as we train and work for the ministry and lived as economically as have in the min istry many of us could have accumu lated fortunes ere this I should like to know If there is any class of men on earth who get more out of the usp of their money than the ministers Show me any other class of men on earth with an average salary of 12 a week who dress so well live so well educate their families so well give so much and save so much for a rainy day and I will yield my point Busi ness men rarely realize the sacrifice ministers make I oncQ tried to per suade a man of large possessions who is making 25000 a year to give up his business and accept a position in our denominational work which wouldI bring him in 2500 He almost fit at the very suggestion We do not envy our business classmates whoI have won fame or accumulated for in so doing they have had to forego the heavenly privileges which we have enjoyed We do not want to be pitied we are not objects of charity and we are contented with our lot Rev Dr Curtis Lee Laws in Leslies Weekly REAL LIVELY SPORTING EVENT All Sorts of Things Happened at ToI baccoChewIng Marathon No sport around here drawled the old storekeeper at Bacon Ridge reflectively Why young man yeou are away off Yeou Just should have been around here last Saturday night and seen our tobaccochawing Marathon Tobaccochewing Marathon gasp ed the cornstarch drummer In sur priseYes sirree It was the liveliest sporting event in the state Yeou see old Squire Weatherby claimed that he could chaw more tobacco in an SethWheatleycrowd was standing around and bet ting on their favorites and Seth had chawed up six plugs a little piece himsfine pepper at that end of the counter and as Seth sneezed the pepper went up In a cloud and then everybody sneezed Some of It got In old man Hardapples eyes and he pulled off his coat and wanted fight Then some body upset the stove and scared the cat When it was all over Josh Wea therby found his watch had been creptIqeverytimeThe Philippines Systematic Investigation of the Philippine islands reveals the fact that the group consists of 2600 islands while before the American occupation the number was stlinated pt 1200I THE NEWS by maJll3l year J jjjj No can ctthe Farmer as much as a- pr one to we to i THE VERY BEST IIOII i Haveany of our readers seen ftte Weeklyinquirer4 Mendo other put pose than to note its present great i thingthat otiiearth The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thtj obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of tfamily and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and crease the income from his efforts The- mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy otheri ofIvolities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan for a useful future in fife ling edare our so munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a none sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem- Poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them v Sample copies may be had by writing to theENQUIRE COMPAJnw Cincinnati 0- Iises of Romance I believe with f11 my soul In ro mance that is in a certain highthearV ed eager dealing with life I think that one ought to expect to find things beautiful and people interesting not to take delight in detecting mean nesses and faIluresBenson Candor Candor is the seal of a noble mind the ornament and pride of mam the sweetest charm of woman the scorn of rascals and the rarest virtao ft sociability BenUaJSternau t4 r T advertlM ta HM Km J te- 1iI I TTTT IITI I a r VM t J THEWINCH ftIRWSl t rs rItven TimeI For 4 More T i Printing i are we a of in us of 1 l S rl Things Yes we outgrow little pink or blue dresses loves and ideals and it Is well that we do says a writer In Home Notes We may regret some one et them but if they were always ours how monotonous life beIt hardly be the living you know The Kind of Bird She Will The young lady or the family had Jnpt returned from Paris she had studied under MarchesI and free Walsh who had served her folks sence betoh de wah was In rated into the prior fo hear Tier sing she concljidgd Jien first aria he remarked u Lucyr yo sho a martingale 1 Climatic Peculiarly Montreal with its winters of groat severity is 850 miles nearer the equa tor than isIiOndQn Montreal Indeed Is on the 16degree of latitude as VnlcetA Family Failing The star arose at the school to declaim his your earal he bawled Hat sneered the mother of the oppo 81ti Jane Dorans boY Hv Sul tbe smothers son If he didnt want to borrow something TitBits a i IT is high time that the business men of of this vicinity were finding out that we are the Only Modern with Down to Date Outfit in the City of Winchester It is time theywere awaking this fact If they would teach ear and catch the eye of the public they must to us for the printing with which do it We these ad vantagesThe Machinery New Down to the Minute Type the Largest Stock and theeMost Skilled WorkmenMoney can COULD YOU ASK FOR MORE We vain enoughto believe that have line samples that will eclipse anything of its kind this section of Kentucky andnothinggives more pleasure than to exhibit our production users printers ink We would like to call and show that we can deliver the goods She WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED I Printers of Anything Main StI New Phone 91 uuIII OutgrowIng everythingtoys friendships occasionally would would worth where When equalizes pupil nWrtalninent pece- HL81idme MfatYsnrahbttiited Printers to the come to offer and the you The Wilt and Its Application An Individuals will Is like a big piece of strong machinery the Intel lect must direct Its workings The biggest muttonhead on earth can have a strong will the real strength Is in knowing how to use it All of lifes experience goes to teach us that very few arguments quarrels or distressing situations are worth a fight Instead of following an Impulse to gain revenge it Is always more satisfactory and decent to back up and forget Somewhat Rough on Society At dinner one evening a wellknown actress was most amiable to a very young lieutenant who sat next to her He was mighUlytpleasedlab being on such good terms with a live actress Suddenly she said Hb her artless pretty mannerOIl am taking a boys part in a new play and I have been watching you ever since we were introduced You dont mind do you ft t V A Death Each Second The number of deaths in the world annually is 33333333 or 91954 per day 3730 per hour 60 per minute or one per second It is estimated that the population o the earth at the present time is being increased at the rate of about 16500000 annually Advice toe the Lovelorn When a girl baglns to talk a great deal about some other man it is an excellent time to propose to her SSSSS Beauty at the Breakfast Table To look her best a woman should rise slowly dress by degrees make her toilet as if time were at a stand still and stroll down to the first meal of the day without the slightest trace of having hurried or of being in a hurry either for refreshment or news Women who follow this plan are al ways those who are most admired but from the hostess point of view it is not to be recommended Ladies Pictorial Conscientious Indeed actresstelephonedbroken dowM and she cwikJht attend a Wasntthat credhorsPoliteness Rays Nothing pays so well Tas politeness except Industry and honesty And an Industrious honest man is handicapped if Hmls not polite Dont leave a trail fgrunibling and ill nature wherever you gorAtchison Globe Uncle Ebenc Wisdom Dars lots o ways o benefitln soJ uSometlmariyworkin ten minutes wif a snow shove dan by lecturin two hours ana half DROP ALL Tl OUGHT BRAIN MUST BE INACTIVE TO SECURE SLEEP Habit of Allowing the Mind to Dwell on Daily Tasks While Seek ing Slumber Is Direct Bid for Insomnia When we seek our couch Itla for the purpose of sleep the great restor er Therefore if we get into the bad habit of making bed the place to plan the next days tasks sleep will revenge herself by remaining away Who are the workers who stand the most with least effect on the health Those who never permit their day duties and their night duties to conflict Night or part of it is given to us for rebuilding our exhausted systems Why then should we exhaust them the more by trying to work the clock aroundIt not as if our strength would stand more than a certain amount of pressure If there were no cases of nervous prostration and brain fag heart failure and insanity from trY- ing to burn the candle at both ends there might be more sense in defying natures rules The slightest knowl edge of people shows us those who have gone to the wall from lack pf a proper division of labor There is not much danger for the man or woman who can work within welldefined limits there Is danger and near at hand for those who make their sleeping time a planning time who take the burdens of life as bedfellows Insomnia is not a pleasant compan ion but it Is a companion who will soon cling to you as a limpet if once you give it a chance on sleeping hours Each time you wonder What shall I tell Mr Jones tomorrow instead of wooing sleep you make a bid for insomnIaI You cannot control your thoughts That is a foolish notion Thoughts tan be controlled as well as actions if the desire and wfll power be present Every time the thought of busi ness pops into your brain push it out again Do not think at all if possi ble think of anything else save the next days duties Making the mind a blank is a great help in the fight against lanning work instead of sleeping Try all the insomnia cures count sheep hold the eyes open wide until they fall of their own weight pedal the foot lie with the eyes staring ceilingward sip a glass of milk slowly do everything you know to force sleep and drive out thought If possible do not work before bedtime Take relaxation before retiring read a novel if only for 15 minutes take a brisk walk Chat with your family or play a game of solitaire Thus your last conscious thought will not be of tomorrows tasks and your sleep will give new strength for the time ahead Ways of Raising Money for Charity The method of raising money fur charities by such means as the confer ring of decorative coat lgbelsontag- day is not altogether original Front times immemorial In China a donation of 20000 taels to charity has secured for the donor the muchprized pea cocks feather while for half that sum a title of nobility is conferred on ones ancestors to the third generation The late emperor of Brazil followed the same method when erecting a hospital in Rio de Janeiro Having found a difficulty in obtaining the necessary funds he announced that the title of baron was to be conferred on every subscriber of 10000 milreis and that of count on subscribers of 250000 milrejs This announcement produced the desired effect and the hospital WaS soon completed The opening ceremony was performed by the emperor and attended by a large number pf the newly ennobled who did not altogether relish the words inscribed ia letters of gold on the gable of the new building Human Vanity to Human Misery Her Fatal Error He was supposed to be a poor but otherwise honest young man while she was admittedly a thing of beauty Will you marry mer he asked uNo she answered You are very short he mat teredDitto she replied Thats why there is nothing doing in tie matrimo nial line I uOh I dont know he sneered as he extracted an obese billbook from an inside pocket and displayed a num ber of 1V000 bills1ulm sot so short J Whereupon the unwary maid tried to fall upon thisneck but hje grad fully sidestepped and she fell to the floor in a faint f Nothing Lacking A Highland minister who was rather a pompous gentleman came to a shepherds houseto baptize a child Are you prepared he asked the fondparentf uOu ay munnister I have got Jig grand ham for tea I mean spiritually prepared thun dered the cleric i rtIIAt coorse I am ohyes I got twa bottles o firstclass whisky from the inn replied the imperturbable CeltM TitBits Standing y Lots of funis pokedf at the crnwd t ed condition of thestreetcars 4Yes its a standing joke Kansas City Times RGHTiPitfall Into Which the WellMeaning Sometimes Fall Occasionally you may set a person right but be sure you know the person and dont get a reputation for that sort of thing People like to be No right and get right but not set right at least in a too direct way Of course we are concerned here with polite society You are expected to set pee Nerway some contractors talK to their emN ployes who dig sewers for them is to say the least impolite and the compli ments passed and repassed between irate rulers and the houses of repre sentatives are far from pretty but In these spheres it is considered not bad form tb set folks right Not so in the charmed circle of polite society Here a correction must be so Inferential that it will not hit for several days and then feel like a cotton bat Never by any means correct a pronunciation for you will likely never make peace with the outraged party Noth ing less intricate tthan a Chinese character may be disputed Nobody is annoyed at that We once knew a truly good minister who had a coun try charge where the people were fairly Well educated though they did not always express themselves in sen tences strictly grammatical and lit erary The rector was a stickler for good language and had a way of set ting everybody right while in conver sion As his people thought he ought to set them right in other lines exclu sively his stay among them was brief li Newark News LITTLE CHANCE FOR BUSINESS- Man With Golden Opportunity Had Called at Unfortunate Time Now my dear sir earnestly began the suave stranger with the uptilted cigar and unauthenticated diamond these handsomely engraved bonds of the Consolidated Mexican Milkweed Rubber Company which are positively guaranteed to return a 69 per cent semiannual dividend and doIlandlord of the tavern at Skedee Cor ners You see the only man in the community who might otherwise take SB interest in your glittering proposi engagedIwherein he was solemnly sworn to roll a peanut eight mites by means of a toothpick which speaking in round numbers will be likely to keep him so busy till along about the latter part of next May that he wont have time to make a fool of himself in any other way Looks considerable like rain off to the sonthrd dont lUPuck Getting Along All Right A young Japanese in one of our In havingacpairedlish went out to deliver a lecture In that language On his return says the Hartford Courant one of the In structors asked if he had a pleasant time He replleduYes very Berw did you get on with the leetune Oh quite well but the audi ease smiled at some things when I could see no Jokes Could you give rayiview in English language I thought could deliver the goods and they all smiled Now doubtless the audience theIbe did not understand the smile because be thought he was speaking good English Costume of German Jurists The black robe and the cap be thGermane scan tourist from that placeuand dignityfchanged from silk to velvet Whe otdignity f dress for practicing attorneys included a white necktie Years ago this beIeausepensive and troublesome There Is j InsWson exectcravatisHighwaymanA hittiergaspipeground nconiclous and rob her of her whenInsteadscream and a fan to the pavement the Jthailaboutangry mylfcbrtwate indeed When r via Inspired exclaimed JhevyoutkfBl poet I get fearfully agi QuickMrestlesslyA m3yfrumersatSgesticilaie aiadly I raptHow a true seldomI5- a TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE OHiO Eastbound No6 Daily Ex Sun 842 a at No 22 Daily 1157 a nt28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p mi No 24 Daily 925 p m Westbound 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a nv 21 Daily 803 a m 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p m No 23 Daily 438 p m LOUISVILLESouthbound HVILLE No CincinnatiKnoxville To = a11000 a m No 33rCincinnatiJacksonvilie imited 10 57 a m No MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati correction at Paris arrives at 632 departs at 635 p m No 31 Cincinnati Atlanta limite 1123 p m Nerthbound No 34 Atlanta Cincinnati limitt 506 a m No StanfordMaysville loo t conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 a ni No KnoxvilleCineinnati lo cal arrives 250 departs 253 p n No 32JacksonvilleCineinnat- mited i 545P m All of these trains will stop at Win chester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No4 Stations Daily jv Lexington V Winchester 3 05 L4E Junction 3 20 Clay City 350 Stanton 3 58 Campton Junction 430 Natural Bridge 435 Torrent 447 Beattyville June 510 Athol 537 0 K Junction 605 Jackson iDailyiDaily 610 1- rWestbound i j No1Ex Sun t PM 225 f rNo3r i rO AM1 PM AM jV Jackson 610 20 7 00I0 K Juno 615 12 705w Athol 640 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 730 341 8d5 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton June 748 357 82A Stanton4815 426 854h Clay CitY825 435 9 02 L E June 900 507 9 34 Winchester 9 22 5 20 9 46 ArLexington 955 6 05 10 25 r THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS EXI CEPT SUNDAY NosdI the C SterhrgCainpton Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky i Beattyville Junction Trains Noa and 4 will connection with the L lA Railway for BeattyviHe Ky 0 EL JunctionTrains Nosrand 4 will connect with the 0 K nullnW A MTDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf a a Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 t THE- Winchester r Bank ow WINCHESTER KY I N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR L CASH j t ofciciTs rowA- CCOUNTS Wheat Rust Everywhere r i Wheat rust is limited tosx encounteredall r r lIJI T iPape Eight THE WINCHESTER NEWS cu LrEI1 IN GEEAT DANGER flood Stage Expected at Cin cisnati Today NAPPINlir11 Vt Waters of Ohio Rise So Rppidly That Occupants cf River Front Had Lit v tie Time to Prepare For Migration to Higher Ground Ail Tributaries Arelon Rampage and Flatboats Barges and Other Graft Are Set Adrift Cincinnati 0 Feb 25 Following c iralns that for intensity In many r places were like cloudbursts the Ohio river at this point passed the flood stageof 50 feet while nearly all points up and down the river and 9D the larger tributaries also report oi ed flood conditions either present or f threatened So rapidly did the river seme up that many of the less ex- periencedif rjvermen were almost naught napping the 2ih6ur jump in Stage having been at the rate of half a foot an hour and continuing at the rate of over an inch an hour Coal men frantically worked to pro tect barges containing 10000000 bush weisHof coal now in harbor here the high wind and the rough weather making their labors particularly dim cult Other interests along the river front were equally active The rail roads are still in normal condition in t is city but the official prediction of aft least 55 feet by tonight forecasts abandonment oii the Grand Central station which is threatened by a 55foot stage and made inaccessible- for traffic at 55 feet In the lowlands second stories were sought by many while others abandoned their homes entirely for greater safety elsewhere Reports from the upriver cities were much to the seme effect At parkersburg the official prediction is for at least two feet above flood stage and already the flats hare been abandoned Similar reports come from Portsmouth Ironton Gallipolls and other places The Mnskipgum pcioto Kanawha Big Sandy Big and aretbeen pouring their floods into the al ready swollen Ohio carrying away logs flatboats and whatever else happened to be loose along the riverbanks Wrecked coal barges passed 1 here having been carried down from some point above Thousands of logs torn from their mooring on the Lick Ing river almost created a panic when they swept into the Ohio at this point coal and other barges rarrow ly escaping serious damage as the swift current battered them with the heavy togs The storm was particularly severe all over eastern Kentucky and a number ot smaller settlements are partly under water while much loose turn property was carried away Cooler weather with a cessation of the heavy rains would limit the extent of the flood and to such a change the river and transportation interests look for protection from greater loss Big Miami Overflows Piqua 0 Feb 25The Big Miami river is overflowing Its banks as a result of the heavy rains The stoves and the rolling mills and sev eral other plants have been forced to close ndar s suffering considerable damage The northern section of the town is inundated and the water is backing up Jnto Plqua People are preparing tojmove 4 Flood Warnings Issued Frankfort Ky Feb 25iloodnnd danger warnings have been flashed up and down the Kentucky river whichcontinues to rise at the rate of a foot an hour and already has caused much damage The water is pushing up fast in the lower part of this city Haystacks and shocksof corn floating tJNwrn show that low farmlands above have been completely inundated tfSTATE RESTS ITS CASE Doctor Says Marks on Rasors Over coat Are Blood Stains lifadina 0 Feb 2tDeclaring that the mysterious spots found upon the t overcoat of Guy Rasor on trial ac cta ed of the murder of his sweet h art Orie Lee were human blood spots Dr John Spenzer a Cleveland expert in blood analysis closed the s states case against Rasor In common pleas court The overcoat was found iiffthe buggy used by Rasor Oct 8 th4 night of the murder Fightyes is regarded as the beginning of a fight fsr the adoption of a prohibitory amendment in Iowa was formally r if VJaii ched in the lower house The prohibitory campaign is being fath ered by the AntiSaloon league and a committee from the Ministerial asso elation of the state i Equal suffrage sill pisses equalIby a vote of 68 to 28 As a like bill was carried In the senate early in the session and barely failed in the houses are jubilant over tie outlook i f v BRILLIANT LECTURE tJ AT THE OPERA HOUSEI Judge Alden Entertains Audience With Stories Illustrations and Pointed Remarks If the extent that mans work is qtioted marks his popularity then Greo Alden made a decided impression at the opera house Wednesday eve ning Judge Alden lecturedunder the auspices of the Ladies Aid So ciety of the Christian church on the topic The cells of the Hour The house was little more than half full but it is safe to say that if the same speaker appears again the seating capacity would have to be enlarged The outline of the theme was based upon the political social and religious needs Judge Alden treated this subject n a brilliant enigramatic style that proved beyond doubt that he has intimate knowledge of human nature and of the real needs of the people Need of Reform The speaker pointed out that the needof reform does not concern the professional grafter nearly as much as it does the individual who glories in his meanness because that person has not done much harm All that is lacking to make a greatoffender of such a person is the opportunity and the capability Judge Alden gave good advice free Iv and it was of a very pointed nature houseswilltheir lady friends in the unfashionable hours before noon The girls on their part will demand a certificate of character from each would be suitor For Married People There was also a word for the mar ried portion of the audience If the admonition of the speaker is follow ed even ina slight degree some men would have to become acquainted with themselves a second time A strong broad idea of the Chris tianity of Jesus Christ was presented typefoundedupon plicable to the practical life Used Many Stories Judge Alden used many stories in the course of his lecture and almost accomplished the impossible AU were unusually applicable and almost all were new He combined a rare combination of qualities in a lecturer A broad mind sparkling brilliancy sound common sense splendid delivery and a fine personalappearance Speaks at College At the college chapel Thursday morning he made an address to the students andvisitors He presented to the young men a strong mans idea ofwhat is worthwhile He did not lecture upon the making the most of ones opportunities but by sound reasoning and apt illustration aroused the boys and girls to a fuller realization of what they are in college for He paid a warm tribute to those mothers and fathers who are denying themselves in order to educate the Want Him to Return It is safe to say that Judge Alden will be induced to return to Winches ter and when he does we want his new lecture if possible stronger than the one Wednesday night The Powder and the Match This was by far the best number that we have had of the Ladies lec ture course If the others approach it in excellence they should be greet ed with crowded houses 25 is offered to the person who suggests an appropriate name for a perfume now being demonstrated at Phillips Drug Store It costs nothing to try Drop in and they will demonstrate it to you 1233t Cruel grinding lifesapping pain for three longyears every day a year every week a lifetime every year an- agewallcleared in a moment leas caiised Octavia Slaton Josey Hotel Decatur Ga to tell the world and ap peal to all undergoing wliat she has to listen to reason She says October 15th 1908 I commenced taking Rheumaline haYIng been on crutches for 3 years I could not stand on my feet and my wrists hands fingers knees and ankles were swollen stiff and extremely painful I had no ap petdte and was nervous and despond ent Could not even hold a book After 12 days of RheumalinO treat m It I da ysggRheumalineI c HIIT fOR CONTRUii OF BOARD OF WORE Farmers Institute at Elizabethtown in Throes of a Hot Political V Fight ELIZABETHTOWN Kv Feb 25 When the second days session of the Kentucky State Farmers Insti tale convened here todav a desperate political fight for the controlof the State Board of Agriculture started Preliminary skirmishes were made ycsterday but the real battle will not be on until this morning The Farmers Institute elects mem bers of the Agriculture Board W R Moorman of Glendean is a candidate to succeed himself as a member of the board He isa Democrat and upon his election depends the chan ces of the Democrats controlling the board He is opposed by J Beard Republican of Harding AgIrand members of that party now in Elizabethtown are determined that the entire Agriculture Department of the State government shall be under the control of that party Democrats and Republicans were busy last night lining up for todays fight The institute convened in this city yesterday morning with a large at tendance H M Froman of Ghent presided Colonel H A Sommers ed itor of the Elizabethtown News made the welcome address which was responded to by Presidentt Froman The Committees on Organization Credentials Resolutions and Legislation were appointed in the afternoon C M Hanna of Shelbyville spoke upon Why Are We Here and What Are We Here For Charles W Cald well of Danville talked on Why and How to Increase Kentuckys Corn Crop J B Walker of Hopkins yule spoke on lf lral1d How to Grow it Miss Bertha Millerof Franklin Ind spoke on domestic science and what the Women Feder ation of Clubs can do toward advanc ing agricultural interest of Kentucky at last rights session The closing address was made bv W H Clayton of Hebron on Small Fruits and How to Grow Them V ShackelfordDuncan Mr J W Shackelford formerly chief electrician of the East Jennes see Telephone Company at Frankfort but now connected with the company in this city and Miss Ora Lee Duncan of Shelbyville eloped to Jeffer sonville Indi Sunday night and were united in matrimony at that place After the ceremonies the happy young couple left for this city where they will make their future home Both the Contracting parties are very popular young peapIe and have a large circle of friends who extend them congratulations and best wishes DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs H B lade Mrs H B Tade of this county who underwent a Caesarian opera tipn at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington Monday died Tuesday night and the remains were brought back to this city for burial Wednes day morning Mrs Tades baby died Tuesday morning and the mother and child were both buried in the same coffin Mrs Tads had only been married about a year She was the wife of Mr H B Tade who lives on Gilbert Bros farm on the Red River pike SELL MULES WELL Brock and McEldowney sold two pair of mules this week for SP O per pair Mr Hickman Beckner formerly of this city but now engaged in the mum ber business In Glairfield Tenn is spending a few days with his father an dsisters here DIXIE LAND SENDS F1IH i J URGENT APPEAL J 25wi I walked without even a cane rode on the street cars my appetite returned and I could knit I had no idea of ever being able jiS walk or use mv hands again and T have only Rhea maHne totnankT I hope all suffering from rheumatism may learn of this wonderful remedy so they may be helped as I have been Phillips Drug Co is the only one in Winches ter that sells Rhuemaline It cures rheumatism 1UDbagosClatica neuralgia gout and kidney fiver bladder stomach and blood troubles caused by uric acid and costs 100 Rheu maline capsules stop those terrible pains and cost 50c Rheumaline tablets relieve constipation and cost 250 Get BhenjmiLuin It i removes the- Cause r 7i t t 57000 MORE PAID TO MONTGOMERY GROWERS Another Distribution Will Be Made Soon Says Secr taryINelson 2qSof Equity money was paid out to the tobacco growers of Montgomery county this week by Secretary Em mett Y Nelson Mr Nelson says that there is yet due to the growers of the county about 110000 and that another distribution of money will be made in a short time Growers seem satisfied with the amount of money they have received from their sales and there has not been a lack tered as far as your correspondent could learn The amount ofmoney that is being distributed in Montgomery county now is for the 1907 tobacco which was in the Equity pool Heavy Rain Causes Damage- A heavy rainfall throughout this county last night caused considerable damage and land was washed in many places The rain was steady and hard In the city sewers overflowed and cellars and basement rooms were filledwith water The rain was excel lent on the grass whaot andrye Filled ponds and put freaks and branches out of their bounds Two Hundred Acre Farm Sold William T Swango who recently sold his place on the Paris pike pur chased this week of William Sand Robert C Floyd their farm containing nearly two hundred acres near Ew ington lying on the Howards Mill turnpike The price paid was 82 Der acre equal to cash Possession given viIIIFine Stallion is Sold James R Magowan has sold to Thos Fitzpatrick of this city the fine pacing stallion Earl Patch and the horse will make the coming season at Mr Fitzpatricks barn Earl Patch was sired by th champion harness horse of the world Dan Patch 155 Residence is Sold Mrs America Jones has purchased from Mrs B T Soper her frame residence and an acre of groundon the Grassy Lick pike just outside the city limits for about 3000 Posses sion given at once Mrs Thomson Entertains Mrs B F Thomson entertained with a 6 oclock dinner at her beauti ful home on Main street Tuesday evening in honor of Rev T Benton Hill pastor of the Baptist church who will sever his pastoral relations with that church in this city after March 1st All the ministers of the city together with several laymen enjoyed the haupy occasion Gaitskill Breaks Ankle At the hardware store of Chenault and ORear S W Gaitskill fell through an elevator shaft from the first floor to the cellar breaking one of his ankles County Clerks Office in Good Shape Charles H Provence Auditors Clerk was here this week and examined the records in the office of County Clerk King from January 1st 1906 to January 1st 1909 Mr Provence says that all tax fees and claims due the State have been paid in full and stated further out of thir THREATENS TO BLOW U SENATE CHAMBER Bremen r an Warns Member From Fairfield County Columbus 0 Feb 25Some excitement was created in the senate tiy the receipt by Senator Gillette of Fairfield county of a letter from John Komiska of Bremen threatening to blow up the senate chamber with nitroglycerin next Tuesday He warn ed Senator Gillette to keep away from the chamber that day because he said he felt friendly toward the senator Gillette turned the letter over to Lieutenant Covernor Tread way and it was decided also to call the attention of postal authorities to It It is likely that every precaution will be taken to prevet any one car rying explosives into the statehouse TuesdayKomiska said there no longer was a chance in this country for a poor man He took particular exceptions to the action of the senate In killing tLe Dean bill intended to amend the Rose county local option law December ard May Morella Mexico Feb 25At the acre of 90 years Juan Landeta a Spanish multimillionaire married Do lores Upbine 18 J For photos in carbon or sepia go to Jackson Jack Reed building No 34 North Main He also makes fram es and enlarges portraits 225eod Simple Gargle for Sore Throat Tincture of myrrh two drachms wa ter four ounces vinegar four ounces Mix by shaking up in a bottle ty offices examined by him the office of Clerk King was the best he fad examinedand the records kept cleaner and uptodate PUBLIC SALE OF 1OO JERSEYS TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA BREEDING SEVERAL ARE REGISTEREDAT TAY LORS STOCK YARDS Wednesday March 3 Afternoon Sixty are fresh with young calves balance yearlings and twoyearolds Several of them are bred 25 cows are giving from four to five gallons per day and a record of two pounds of butter per day Cows are now in Winchester ready for inspection This lot of cows are the finest we have ever offered- S C CARPENTER Millersburg- D F BROWN Tennessee FOR SALEA good work horse Ap ply at News office or call 655 Home phone 225tf- WANTEDTenant to grow 15 acres of tobacco must give references Address B the News office2253t SpecialClearanceSale now going on A Special 5days ofHigHGrade Mens SHOES AND HATS DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY the Sample Shoe Store24 North Main Street rEagle Casting CoJINCORPORATED WINCHESTER KYiMANUFACTURERS OF i r I h Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Allumanum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints J WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes F G CORNELL J Gen Manager j CLASSIFIEDL COLUMN r ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per inserr tiori5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item chargedon books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions ofsame item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used with5 one year 4centsa line FARM fOR SALE 174 acres 612 miles from Winches ter with twostory eightroom dwell ing good cistern orchard barn and alloutbuildings well fenced and watered ijIKE THE REAL ESTATE MAN fFOR SALE OR RENT Twp desir able dwellings one oil Haggard street the other corner of Burns sand Beckner T7 P AZBlLL 2lllmo LOSTBlack silk scarf found on Maple street some little time ago Owner can have same by paying for this advertisement and calling on Mr A H Sympspn i 21tfr FOR SALE Grocery and meat shops paying business Terms reasonable Address W A B this office 144if WANTED To take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim- bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 654 112lmo FOR SALECheap graphophone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19 tf WANTEDSewing at home or in families MRS HADDEN 21 Taylor avenue 215lmo FOR SALE House and lot for sate on West Broadway five J rooms good cistern LEE J W DECK 2136t WANTED To buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 227tf FOR RENTA flat of fouf rooms with bath gas and water DRv GLENMORE COMBS 217tf s WIRE FENCE I still build all kinds of wire fence Ii in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf i FOUNDIn front of BrownProc toria a brown belt with gold buckle Can have same by calling at News office and paying for advertise mente316tfFORRENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers for sale at this office 216tf FOR SALE Solid cherry side board and a folding bed and dresser com bined MRS F H DUDLEY 228 S Highland street 2203t WANTEP Day boarders MRS B H BRAMBLETT 14 S Maple st 2226t FOR RENT150 acres 30 acres corn 10 acres in tobacco remain del in grass for rent on shares CHARLIE LOCKNANE 224lt WANTED A partner to oP8IJL mer chant tailoring business in this city Address 164 Washington street 2244t justIupon t a seven room dwelling barn and other out buildings plenty of fruit Or will sell in parcels to suit customer Nice location for suburban homes Ap ply to J NEWT ENAKERi at Peoples State Bank 2246L LOSTGold locket with mdnogram R ST Finder please return if- to this office and receive reward 2243t TRY AHEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT f