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J r y 0 ti J LARGE PJRCtmATIONIN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY i 1 tt I r ttIrMA 1 t d t if f Jv 6cyr1 i r t I I l i trEdtj 1 JI f IJ h THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pertly Cloudy iFJ11THERt Tonighf mill j r T Sundav Colder t pVOiI NO 117 LWINCHESTER KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEE = BONDSMEN OF BEACH HARGIS SURRENDER HIM TO THE COURT 4 opof young Patricide Has Been Such Since The Trial That p Relatives Think He Will Be Better In Ml v 5pecial to The News v V JACKSON Ky1 Feb 27Beach Hafgis bondsmen surrendered him tQ Ithe authorities at this place this morning and he was taken to Irvine in charge of three Deputy Sheriffs and lodged in jail ttawait the result of his next trial for I the murder of his father-s eBach had hardly recovered from they effects of the wound lie received 1POLICE KI- LLmm THIEVES f Detective in New Orleans Has Run- ningt Fight With Gangof Italians r t 1 iS eciaLtoThe News NEW ORLEANS Law Feb 27 DetEictive follir shot two Italian thi eves ina running fight this morn ing Two others of the gang were captured Jmm OF CIVIL WAR DEAD IN LEXINGTON Mr R A Downing Aged 65 Years i In Same Company During t t War With Mr Perry 1ffx Mr R A Downing a prominent business man of Lexington died at his home there late Friday night aged 65 years Mr Downing was married twice the first time to Miss Ellen Welchof Jes samine county His second wife sur vives him and was Miss Eva Hord of Mason county r Bides his wife four children two brothers und two sisters survive him His children are Mr John B Down ing of Georgetown cashier of the Farmers National Bank of that place Mr Thomas W Downing of New York who is in the shoe bus I mess Mr Nathaniel Downing who is OklahomariDowning 1ingtonlllessrs J C Downing of Om aha Nebraska and S H Downing j of Nicholasville are his brothers Mrs Sallie Robenbaugh and Mrs Liz zip Welch both of Nicholasville are his sisters Mr Downing was justly proudof his record as a Union soldier He belonged to Co M 9th Kentucky Cavalry W G Conner was captain and R T Jacobs colonel 9 Mr R R Perry of this city was a member of the same company and feels the death of his old comrade and f chum keenly MR HACKETT RETURNS 1 FROM MONTGOMERY Went to Howard Mill to Repair Dam r age Don By Flood Mr Ty P Hackett returned Fri day morning from Howards Mill in Montgomery county where he had gone to superintend some work that had to be done at that place to re pair damage caused by the recent heavy ins Mr Hackett says tile water wa shigher at that place than tit has bpenfftr 31 years and the low lands were flooded and considerable damage was done to fences and other property in that neighborhood WINCHESTER MAN GETS CONTRACT Another contract has been award ed Mr T S Bush for Turigstolier system of ilumination The fixtures rand installation are for the new YI A handsome headquarters at it Mlles Kentucky just recently com pleted The Contract cals for Tung iJ ten lamps and Tungstoliers through- Out the entire buildinET l- 1 iu the foot by shooting himself while in the cat of shooting up the home of his cousin Harlin South until he was back at his old game selecting the skating rink for the place of op erations It was thought that Beach had reformed after he had shot himself and was behaving well until a few days ago when he began to terrorize the people of this place again which led to the above action of his bonds- menBfflRELiGiOUS CONFERENCE TO Be Held at Paris Kyj March 12 14Great Speakers toj Be Present Y-tAr Masculine Christianity Con fIfereuce sto be held at Paris JCy March 1214 beginning Friday eve ring at 730 and closingg Sunday night under the direction of the State Executive Committee of the Kentucky younk Mens Christian Associations The scope of this conference is much wider than is usual with sueli gath erings including not only delegates from the City Railroad County and Student Young Mens Christian As soc ations but representatives from Church Clubs Mens Bible Classes Laymens Missionary Movements and other mens religious organizations The object of this conference is to promote religious work among men and boys and to establish closer relationships among these various movements The committee in charge of the program is announcing a list of notables men or speakers and leaders Dr E Y Mullins President of the Southern Baptist Seminary of Louis ville will make the opening address upon Masculine Christianity Dr R A Torrey probably the best known Evangelist and Bible student now living will deliver two addresses Dr Torrey is one of the great religious s leaders of the day and is well known both in America and in foreign countries His recent work in England with Mr Ghas M Alexander the well known singer equalled in many regards the tour of Mr Moody and Sankey many years ago Dr Torreys presence at Paris will draw a great many men from al over Eastern and Central Kentucky Among other leaders who will be present are the following Harry H Arnold Secretary of the International Committee of New York W B Stubbs Nashville Tenn General Secretary of the Laymens Missionary Movement of the ME Church South Rev Edw Mack Cincinnati 0of Lane Theological Edw C Carter of New SeminaryI well known Harvard man just returned after sixyears absence in India where he vas National Sec retary of the Y M C A work of that Empire Te religious and educational lead ers of Central and Eastern Kentucky will also be present Among the Ken tucldans whose names appear on the program are Prof J C Acheson Chairman of the State Executive CaldwellCollege of Central University Dr ROoH Crossfield President qf Transylvania and Prof E A Fox General Sec rotary of the Kentucky Sunday School Associations One of the musical features will be the well known Govingion Orchestra under the direction of Porf Eo S Fogg A large and enthusiastic committee I of Paris men are back of local arrangements and are going to provide entertainment for at least 300 delegates and give them a touch Of genuine Kentucky hospitality Those who want to know more about this Masculine Christianity Conferenceican write P C Dix State Secretary 725 South Fourth avenue Louisville Ky vv FRANKLIN MACVEAGH CHICAGO MAN WHO IS BELIEVED TO BE SLATED FOR CABINET PLACE Franklin Mac Veagh Chicago business man and financier is believed to be slated for secretary of the treasury In the Taft cabinet Hie tvasformerly a Democrat but was an ardent supporter of Mr Taft In the campaign and Is a brother of Wayne Mac Veagh He has been an active figure Inc vlcCfrcle In Chicago for the last thirty years He Is a native of Pennsylvania GOVERNOR WILLSON fAVORS A DIRECT PRIMARY LAW Writes toiler To Citizens Union 01 New York CitySays ystem Is Better Than I n Indirect One Through Representatives u ALBANY N Y Feb 7Gover nor Augustus E Willson of Ken tucky ina letter to the Citizens Union of New York City which is curingexpressioJ1sofopinion regarding direct nominations points out what he considers advantages of the direct primary law such as is recommended by Governor Hughes in his annualmessage Governor Willson says in his letter that direct nominations afford an opportupity for the people to declare their wishes and I think a direct expression is better than an indirect one through representatives where it is practicable and it is of course practicable in the nomination of candidates Indeed under our law delegates can be elected at primaries but it is easier for the political machines to EIGHT PERSONS ARE HURT IN COLLISION Work Car Collides With An Interun ban Train in Columbus Ohio Special to Tlie News COLUMBUS 0 Feb 27iEight persons were injured several danger ously in a collision this m ringon West Jefferson street between a work car and a Columbus Bound interurban car from Springfield K P ANNtVEJSARY t y CELEBRATION Ivaniioie Lodge No 48 will eels rate the fortyfifth anniversary of the order Sunday at the Washington Street Presbyterian church han niversary address wilt be delivered by Rev C E Crafton All members of the order are earnestly requested to meet at the lodgerooms not later than 1030 so that they can attend the services in a body The services at the church willbe sin at 11oclock J v manipulate conventions than primar ies I do not say that it permits of the nomination of a candidate who has a minority of votes any more than a convention does Again and again conventions nominate men who are not the choice of a majority of the people but on the contrary ofasmallclique tfl donot think it would favor pop ulous centers as against the scattered rural population anv more than the general election law does nor do I think it promotes factional strife within a party On the contrary I think it reduces the factional leader to a minimum tt t Of course neither system works well unless the election by conven tion or primary is fair and honestly conducted DEFEATED CANDIDATE MAY SUE FOR SEAT WR Moorman Claims That Elec ion of Opponent Was Fraudulent LOUISVILLE Ky reb27W R Moorman Democrat of Breckhiridge county who was defeated for re election as a memBer of the State Boardof Agriculture Forestry and Immigration by II M Beard Eepub lican was in Louisvile yesterday af ternoon accompanied by his brother Judge Henrys JDeHayen Moorman Neither Would discuss the electidn at tfie State Farmers Institute at Eliz abethtown r It is said that suit may be filed in the courts to show that both Beard and Robert Blackburn of Powell county were eelcted as a result of gross irregularities Cpmmissioner of Agriculture M C ankin who is also here says the election of Blackburn and Beard was entirely regular and that they will hold their seats A tijL I DEfENSE WINS LEGAL POINT r Ima t ant Testimony Barred in Cooper Trial Revolvers Are W Ihdentified Nashville Tenn Feb 27The ninth day of the CooperSharp trial for the slaying of Former United States Senator E W Carmack was marked by lengthy and bitter argu ment between opposing counsel and closed with a decided advant age for the defense At the same time an interesting law point one lawyers say never before was raised in Teh nessee was denied by Judge Hart The defense early in its casein chief offered proof that Colonel Cooper was told by Edward Craig whom the colonel had sent to see Senator Carmack that Carmack was in an Ulg1y humor The defenses Case was based really upon this one expression for Colonel Cooper anti Robin both testified that they armed themselves because they were led to believe from this remark that Sena tor Carmack might assault the elder Cooper Now along comes the state and of defensesIator Carmack was not only not in an ugly humor but laughed at the idea of trouble and said he simply wanted to arm himself to relieve the anxiety of his friends The defense fought the admission of this testimony with more vim and bitterness than has characterized any argument since the trial began Learned counsel offered two reasons why it should be excluded First that the state could crossexamine only on such matter as had been gone over in direct examination The court promptly rejected this theory Next the defense argued that unless alt the conversation of witnesses with Car mack as well as their observations of his manner and appearance had been communicated to the defendants the testimony was Inadmissible VThey held that if these conversations and observations had been so communi cated to the defendants they would show upon the mental Condition of the defendants if they were not com municated they would show only Sen ator Carmacks mental condition and as the senator was dead his mental condition would throw no light upon the subject In the question of Major V rtrees testimony Judge Hart excluded the Jury and permitted the state to ex amine the major for the courts ben efit He admitted all that the state said he would that Carmack laughed at the idea of trouble said he had done nothing to provoke it and that he wanted a revolver simply to satisfy his friends The counsel on both sides argued and the court held with the defense Later In the day when T Leigh Thompson was on the stand almost the same question arose and the argu ment began anew Judge Hart said he would render his decision Satur day but Intimated that unless the state had discovered some new au thorities to support Its contention he would rule out the testimony The revolvers In the case played a testimonywasfense The prosecution has gone upon tile theory implied If not open ly expressed that the gun with the two empty shells found near Senator Carmacks body was In reality Col onel Coopers and that the revolver Introduced as Colonel Coopers which had not been discharged was the one the dead senator carried Major Ver trees however who loaned Senator Carmack the revolver identified the one found near his body with two dis charged shells as the one he had loaned the senator Next Police Com missioner Tom Hutchinson Identified the revolver which had not been fired as the one he loaned Colonel Cooper THIRTEEN SENATORS SKIP Break Quorum In Tennessee Legisla ture For Rest of Session Nashville Tenn Feb 27It is reported that the 13 senators who broke the quorum by absenting themselves from the session are outside the state and will remain away during the remaining 22 days of the executive sea sion Election laws recently passed and vetoed by Governor Patterson would thus be defeated and it would be necessary that a special One be called by Governor Patterson to enact appropriation laws and elect a treasurer and comptroller Mrs Huller Acquitted Battle Creek Mich Feb271rrFloyd Huller who has been on trial here on the charge of attempting to kill her father a year ago when the elder Huller was mysteriously shot and seriously woundeda acquitted r f TAFT SAYS HE r J it IS MISQUOTE estwwnl Hey YorktViews Ho Wants Quick V Revision v New York Feb 27PresldenteJece Taft made a Vigorous protest ogainm what he said was an absolute imfii representation in certain New Yors news papers as to what he bad said fiss arguing questions regarding tariff iivision l He had stated he said that tle present business depression wu mV doubtedly due in a largo ffleaatttt t H the fact that the tariff is to bevreV vised at an extra session of congress to meet March 15 that it was of tbew hignest importance mat this work ot revision should not be delayed but executed with all diligence Mr Taft also said he favored then Idea of a permanent tariff commie sign the plan for which should bar worked out withaties of such a commission to be to make a careful study of the operation of the proposed new tariff law to the end that suggestions might be maim t in the future which would tend tor place the whole question of the tariff on a more certain and scientific basis Upon this statement Mr Taft was made to say that the present tarp l1presentwhen they were revised their awn parents would not know them all of which was amplified at length and made positive by appearing to be ai vigorous and enthusiastic statement Mr Taft was particularly perturbed over what he called a misrepresentsJtion particularly in view of thstjweight which is now given his because of his official position He had he declared changed his post tion in no way and held the same views he had publicly announced during and since the campaign The subject of the tariff came up because of a call on Mr Taft by X W Van Cleave president of theNaitlonaj Manufacturers association Ins which the subject of a tariff commit sion was mentioned i C FARMER CAPTURES FIVE HiGHWAYMEl Secures Part of Booty Below Robbers Escape u Muskogee Okla Feb 27in tkis San Bois mountains singlehanded James Beck a farmer residing near Stigler Okla captured five men whoa robbed him of 2000 recovered port of the money and then made an In totjailcaped Beck trailed the robbers four day until he saw them enter the San Bow mountains He laid in wait till dark riess and when the quintet fell asleep approached yelling Hands up cover them boys leading the robbers toe believe they were surrounded Beck forced them to return 1600 of hfar money all they had left and then at tempted to bring them to Muskogee jailLearning that their capture bff been effected by one man the men dashed for liberty They escaped but not until two of them had been shot and wounded by Beck praFind Farmers Body Lima 0 Feb 27After a weeks fruitless search the body of Elf Bat tIes 75 a wealthy farmer was found in a fodder shock There Is a deep cut on the head Battles was known to have a large sum of money on hsperson when he disappeared AGAINST TRUST TOBACCO Representative Lamb Objects to R cent Government Award Washington Feb 21Re res tai tive Lamb of Virginia representing the independent tobacco men protect ed to President Roosevelt against aim recent award to the American Tobac co company of the contract to supply the navy with 220000 pounds of chewing tobacco for the next fiscal year The protest was based on tbe ground that the government had Jwn been engaged in exposing tee dofag of this big trust Wireless For Lake Iher Cleveland 0 Feb2trT T s Shore announced that ifcoald uperiment of running a wpttUL IIIIiy wireless telegraphy from Buftillilp to Chicago today prove successful the whole system may be equipped Wick wireless PI TWI J TIE WULCHESTER 1WI f tEKSV Rx aSUN MON UwED TtyflCi F RI SAT i g 4 51 6- 7 9 10111 11ni912t 21 22425 26g- WHAI A BOY CAN DO IF HE TRIES Sketch of How David Rankin Made Something Out o f Nothing Jayid Rankin was born in Indiana He worked for a farmer and took a colt for pay He traded the colt forts mc calves let them graze oh the public lands until they were steers Later he owned a good farm in Il- linoisFIe sold it at 20 per acre and bought cheap lands in Missouri Not long ago 3IiV Rankin took an invent ory of his possessions The inventory showed 25640 acres 12000 fatten inghogs 9000 cattle 800 horses more than 100 cottages in which the employas of the big farm were hous ed great quantities of farm ma chinery and the like The total figures up to something like 400000 in value says Hampton Magazine That didnt include the ljOQOjOOO bushels of corn pro dueedannually or the 150 miles of tiling and ditches some of which had been draining the march lands of- fortY years ago Rankin never raises cattle or fur nishes range He buys the raw steers from the plains and fattens them until worth twice what he pays for the feeders as they are called He never sells corn because by feeding it to cattle according to a minute calculation of his own he gets more ample re nrns It is forty miles from the uecCrest tQ the xnost distant of his farms Iflrhis town Tarkio Mo heowns an implement factory a municipal awater system a telephone company a bank and other enterprises in addi tion to his farm r Atchisbri county where Mr Ran kin lives is in the extreme northwestern nrt Jlilsouri f iENTEN SERVICES There will be services at St JosI e atfrGhurch every1 Friday during Zent at7f3boerecit Pim i t 1J BASKETBALL er felKentnc kymes1eymi basket ball team wiilTplay the Lexington High School mat tHe Auditprum Sat tirday night iirHer5 gamewill be a closed ie aKjJ P 6ximiton team defeated the boys a few weeks ago by a close score Come to the Audi beting en joyed bv the Winchester people this son dmthe first time- RETuRNEQFROM HOT SPRINGS Mi Rrr raWfWa1 whohas been at R6EJ 1raslit JOon y eon srxhcumahsBefore ij notwalk Hc npw gqes his usual gait ENTlr Kv QIUER RECEDES IxnFORT B1eb 20 lffer ieachiJg jjtage lOt 343 feet the yesterV8Y Ovate r flooded hbkenient of the High hadtto be sus pend a y kkf tTBY A NEwS WAIT ADYERTISEMENt T i IHAINS SANITY To Be Probed By Special Commission Appointed By Court NEW YORK Feb 26District At tether DeWitt yesterday notified counsel for Captain Peter C Rains Jr charged with the murder of Wil liam E Annis at the Bayside Ciuhlast August that he would on next Monday ask that a date be set for the trial When the application is made the defense will ask for the appointment ofa commission to in quire into the Captains mental con dition MARRIAGE LICENSE HazelwoodLand- marriageA license was issued Fri day morning to Mr Fred Hazelwoo- and Miss Mary Land Acquired Thirst My poor man how did you acquire such a thirst It wus diemis ter when de doctor operated on me Ictr appenderoitis he forgot an left a sponge Inside o me So jton Traveler w The Order of Disgrace Ifa man lives In a way that dis graces his order the only people con corned are the other members of his order They therefore are the peo pIe who ought to bear the cost of sav ing thelrorderfromdlsgtaceLondon Truth J Chinese Youth Denied Tobacco The board of education has order the prohibition of smoking by youn persons Under 17 years of age Shanghai Mercury Execrations A sclentlst says trees think Wcrader what they think of the careless vaca tlonist who goes away and leave his campfire burning in the dry woods Denver Republican judgmentHe who observing how powerfully circam stances Influence the feelings and opinions of men how often vies pass Inwvirtues and paradoxes into axioms s learns to distinguish what la accident al and transitory in human nature from what is essential and immutable e =Macaulays Essay ph Machiavelli Pennsylvania at the Front Pennsylvania leads fn the slate in dustry wih Vermont Maine Vj r ginis Maryland New York CallfnrcJa Arkansas and New Jersey following in the order named Discriminating Woman tqbjtujiarfy clever at gauging the taste ibf the public Possibly they are lOt them7 acu riien or they mor a attention to trifles and good management in om mattersLondon Graphic Brazils Cotton Industry Su jnDiwly9n 611 r of the e n tire IndustriaT pltalo Brazil fa la vested In cottnn mln t An Emergency Exit Miss CWchton pluckily Gd the bIazewlileHerrEckhold Pails tie or h h dlfllcnlt paa ap IcindoADailyEx yeas t ITRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT JIr THE mfla CHOBt1 Lesson IXFirst Quarter For Feb 28 1909 THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Acts viii 425 Memory Verses 14 15 Golden Text Acts viii Commentary Prepared by Rev DM Stearns Copyright 1009 by American Prose Association l The parting commission of our Lord was to go into all the world and give the good news to every creature those thus going being assured of His pres ence with them all the days until the end of the age and the special endue ment of the Holy SpUA was to the end that they might bo witnesses unto Christ not only In Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria but unto the utter most part of the earth Matt rxv ill 19 20 Mark xvl 15 Acts i 8 Lest the apostles might think that they alone were the ones to do this God seems to have overruled even sUch a seemingly grievous thing as the murmuring of the Grecians to bring forth other than the apostles arid send them forthhumble men who weceVwIlliug to serve on a committee to supervise the distribution of alms and yet men full of wisdom and faith and of the Holy Spirit for ice cannot truly serve God even In the lowliest office except by the Holy Spirit fir our last lesson we saw the first ot the seven most highly honored tJ pgnotonll asa witness but as am sealing his testimony with his blood ln todays lesson we see the econd of the seven Philip so preaching Christ In Sama ria that the people with one accord Gave heed unto his message and there was greet Joy In that city verseslkcq The Lord also wrought miracles of he1t through Philip tor the lame andlthe palsied were made whole and demons were cast out of those pos sassed by them When we see men like Stephen and Philip thus used by the Holy Spirit and consider that even the apostle were accounted as unlearned and ig norant men sand when we hear Paul beentticing wUtd6Of mans wisdom lest the cross otChriat should be made of none effdcfc I Cor i 1711 4 we c nn9 t but wonder if there Is anything of God In the long years of preparation which arc thought to be necessary to fit men to be preachers or missionaries Theo wh nwe consider the discourses of Peter and Stephen and Paul in Acts vii and xiii and see them to consist largely of quotations from the Scriptures centering upon a crucified and risen and returning Christ we cannot sincerityduses own word to accomplish the work He has been sent to do is not the one great need more of the word of God and the one essential fob minister or missionary to be filled with the word of God and the Spirit of God It car tainly does seem so to us In Simon the Sorcerer we see the contrast to such as Stephen and Phll Ip for while they magnified the Lord Jesus he gave out that himself was some great one verse 9 like Thendas who bOasted himself to be somebody Acts v 36 This is the spirit of him who will yet oxalt himself above all that is called God and will attempt to show himself to be God II Thess ii 41 All the world will wonder at him and will worship him and the dragon who will give him Ijis power all ex cept those whose names are in the Lambs book of life ReE xlii 3 8 We need not wonder therefore that timge gave See the multitudes who today are bewitched and deluded by the many strange doctrines vwhlch are being taught and the season Is simply stated In II Thess 1QU 11 fpr we haye foreshadowings the last days It is n fearful thing to turn away stein any thing that God has written by His Spirit but human nature seems pronto e listen to the devil rather than to God yet God Is not discouraged and there is no reason for us to be T e kingdom will come and the name of Jesus Christ will be honored In all the world The zeal of the Tordof Hosts will bring it to pass Rev xl 15 Ps Ixxli 11 Isa xlll 4 lx 67 When this Simon professed to believe in Je sag Christ there must have been great rejoicing on the part of many that gucbra one should have come also but not all professors are real possessors and in on p we read that our Lord Jesus did not believe in all w professed to believe In Him for H kne Sat wt Jn nan John ii 23i2i The special t of the Holy grranted phit to ben yon through P Jer aoid 5Tenn WOO had t ea aoot U troai Jerusalem stirred Simon to de Bhe the op fret of communicating tkls gift and lor It be ottered to paT not undemli1t1tngthe freeness df the re demotion tOt i Jrx Ckrlst an4 alL tbtIt Inotodtdy la mattee his hen rt was not rfffht xlth God and Sa tkla IM MkUMr Vari W lot rera 21J alhThe t Teems ssR1 mitea- Tty Poi tb burns net bu11 aevear- erse 4 may rely show a tear o some Judament that might come tipoa iim frdm iesItter Bach truths ae lariet lath la 1 Cot lit 15 r It andftiteaeetiaiofly 01 held that wall a hteous tDJIitt does notlMett bccomuif In us to Judg jar ose batt imtseJTM Bom 13 I Cor l 5 It is sort to proclaim the fiord of tfcf LOrd leoricernlBg Jesus Chd8ttJin tils suffSftn S And story Jofnt rt tlCl so W bf Goa V r l1t pow ei that He will watch ovrG Wdrd t H2LP BUILD STATE NECESSITY OF PATRONIZING HOME INDUSTRIES LOCAL MARKET IMPORTANT Improvement of Town Must Mean Enhancement In Vatee of Farm Lands Surrounding ItAll Classes Benefited There Is much to interest the student In economy in the bulletins is sued by the government relative to the results of the census of manufac tures for the year 1905 and in the reports of the t department of labor and commerce pertaining to industr and manufactures In 1905 there were 216262 manufacturing establishments in the United States In these establish ments 12686265673 capital was employed and work given to 5470321 wage earners To these wag earners were paid for the year 2611540532 and the value of the products turns out reached the enormous sum of 14 802147087 Among the states New York leads In the amount of capital In Tested in manufacturing and also in the annual value of products The year covered by the census roper showed that the capital invested i manufacturing in the state of New York was 2031459515 and the value of Its manufactured products 2488 345579 Pennsylvania stands second in rank Illinois third and Massachusetts It fourthIvalue of the manufactures in th United States for the year 1905 was more than a billion dollars greate- than the ccombined manufactures of the three greatest European manu factoring countries during the year ISOO the latest reliable reports from these countries obtainable In 190 the United Kingdom Germany an France produced manufactured arti clew to the value of l13030OOOOOQ During the past yeapr1907 it is estimated that the value oft American manufactures was approximately 15 QOOOOOOOOlt Manufacturing in the United States is mainly confined to a territory which Includes the area north of the Po tomac and Ohio andjeast sfulppt fiver Y SesignaCed d as the New England and Middle states Maryland Ohio Indiana Ills nois Michigan and Wisconsin Yet every state In the union has its manufacturing plants and the south is making much in cotton and lumber manutcturlng the western states In flour and cereal prod ucts in lumber and in iron and steel and a little progress In other lines One of the noticeable things about manufacturing districts is that though the soil in contiguous country be poor it is of greater value than like areas in the rich agricultural districts ow ing to the manufacturing towns af fording a direct a home market for all the produce grown In a speech made before the Fiftieth congress Hon William McKinley our martyred president said The establishment of a furnace or factory or mill in an neighborhood has the effect at once of enhancing the value of all proper and all values for miles surround ing It Mr McKinley spoke a truth that should Impress itself firmly upon the minds of all good citizens who would see their home place prosper Wherever there are people there must be A means afforded them to obtain livelihood In cities and towns they must be either commerce or manufacturing in order that the town exist Improvement of the town means enhancement of the farm lands surrounding it In the west manufacturing Is now only in swaddling clothes It is no exaggeration to say that ninetenths of all manufactured articles by the people of the great agricultu sections of the west come from other than home factories There are nu merous lines of manufacturing that can never be successfully carried on In some sections of the agricultural United Staten There are many other lines for which the west is Jarly adapted and there is no eco nomic reason why these lines should not tie manufactured least in suf ficient quantity to supply home needs Every citizen should assist his home state by using articles manu fact N4 within it Many states are carrying on a campaign of educatio- along this line Preference Is always given to home goods ands thus is homo industry helped along PointeWhen the mailorder themselves wish to buy goods you may be assured that 1eYdo sot pur chase hem from either description or cuUbUfc their buyers must see and carefully Inspect the article before It finds Its way late the warehouse If tie Maliorder Concern adopts 2ttrs8 why Is it not wise for theis retell purchaaef to do likewise If they La this are thfyqufifrfafr ia Uk- msffIo ta ak TOUr purchase im a l1lI1 that they would not consider tor as Momaat la making elrs1 StarJournalf Afstast found Economic Laws AMy iayiten of busltiesa that dram frtsi a odmniunlty the earnings of tie people which inoufd be retained to add to the iPialth of that eoMMualty Isa sTSts w that ghoul be discouraged Tb gJc devised y many large co cpM to draw trade away froaa arrf i4UaIJirnii may te legitimate but a sot In 1srmoai with acnmeco nbralc lawa 1 i I r DIRECTORY Kentucky L According to the last census Ken tucky has population of 2147174 The area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Northwesterlydirection struction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources for many 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 wasYa coal and lumber Now that the demand has in creased It wild seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util sties until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supply isdmany years to comeWe have a coal area of over fifteen thousandsquare miles Other min erals await development gnmany localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky than in other States in pro portion to population Good people regardless of polities or religion are always welcome eClark County rLand acres 158176 Value of realand personal prop erty including franchises 12004 870 Tax rate for all county purposes dollsisds 11l0Jln are on the Eastern order of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has ex tensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across the countyChesapeake Ohio Louisville S Nashville and Lexington EasternBlue isa natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and clover can be raised with profit ComI wheat rye and oats are the pain crops Tobacco is raised in large quantities therclimate can be raised with profit popuJation Circuit Court First Monday in Aprilsecond Monday September first Monday in December J M Benton Judge B Ii Crutc er Attorney County Court monthYmonthtYCOUnty Cheers J H Evans Judge S A Jeffries Attorney Howard Hamoton Sheriff Lee Evans Deputy John Bedford Deputy Je A Boone County Clerk Powell Deputy Clerk W T Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Qdisenberry Assessor C A Tanner School Superintend W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district i C Richards RenlekralThird district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True ixth district F F GoodPaster Seventh district Boa El Wills Witrresteru County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5964 The city has ov raped the corporate limits and ow has a population of near ten thou gne ing Rivers has water works eleci trio street ears and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerouschurches isThe Kentucky Wesieyan College is located at Winchester The fire de partment is one of the best in the State Tne assessed valuation of alt prop erty including franchises 692499 The tax rate on the hundred dollars sixty cents for city and fifty cents schools The Cdc 0 L fc Nand L do E railroads center at Winchester the geographical ti n and shipping facilities make the city desirable location for factories New concerns are given five years exemption from taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasure ia giving information tr Oflicei s J A Hughes Mayor S B Treyt1erk FH Haggard itttorney F P Pendletqir dgf Riland D RamsCoueeIs J S Reese Assessor 7 J i1I i CALL ON- NEWTheTransfdrHaD i I by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHqme Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Conyglit Transfer and Ic jjjr Crating Handling and NauMni Fir nlture flanos Etc a SjtcWty NO 19 North Main Strut Bttk PkfM WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY M 6GB McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Presses and Repaint DRY CLEANING AND- DYEING A SPECIALTY X W Tor Mnin and FnirfnT HAGAN t VASOLINEEnqines SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE S MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY PROFESSIONAL GiARDS1 Iot i rJMMtorney At Law EO S Wain WinchcstcrfKV rNLErON lli H BJ H Attorneys At Lay i4 uC S Main St Winches v Xv SEE GILBERT BOTT0 Fresh 6 Cured Meats Fish VegcUWes Country Pre4uc BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE Z LO- CIGARAGE Bring me your automobile itang nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester Eki Cor Broadway and Highland GrownUp Children It Is not only the frivolous whom the spirit of childishness 4Ionpeciftlly affect a kind of cliIiaTinr shrewdness in talking of serious Vub Jects Like children who have the habit of romancing they lose the sense of reality and because they er talk exactly as they thlrik tlie bet gin to think exactly l ther 4aikr4 London Spectator lf I Brinegar Coroner N H Witherspoen Treasurer Police ChiefMal Tarpy DeputiesCarral Azbill Albert Tanner Jobn Bal arf isFirsttJSecondTodd Third ward Doc Pigg J Q Boo Fourth wardJ Dt Jones f Fifth wardiMx D McCullum Sil- IMnelli lB ard If Education rX G WStrofker President j C HiRses Secretary H WTScriTeiier Treasurer HarryEcton Ji B Cornett W jL Adams J K Allays JI James lisle Zema Bruce t PoFire Dcpartmultw r A R Baldwin Chieft a also W Harduife Sttrcteryv 4 1 s H I r 4 7i L eiffrtw c vV = 2 S 1J THE WIJl HEITEIIIEYts r ILlall11lree ffU6gI SfcTs the winter layer that makes the Profit The bare floor makes a poor bed for the cow JWatch the young trees Do not let thejfleld mice or rabbits girdle them tIn feeing hogs devise a system by wSicfi every animal will get an even show Shake up the cows bedding everyday and remove all the lumps and wet straw Watch your flock and be sure and pick out all the hustlers for the brecJ inVpens Steady diet of corn Is not a good thing for the colts They need more bne making food t Plan to have a good garden this year It will bring health to the fam jjBy and will save you money Dont cut off a limb unless you have a good reason for doing so Poor prUJl1ng is almost worse than no pru ning at all The pigs like to be comfortable as well as the rest of the stock Pro vide plenty of good clean straw and see that there are no drafty cracks rooks pens to worry them Ventilation through a muslincur tained window and ventilation via the numerous cracks and crevices marks just the difference which there Is be twen well and sick chickens If the horses are on the road have not bsharpshod yet attend to the mar at once It is easy for the hosre to strain himself and sustain an Jury which is more costly than many times the cost of getting him fixed for the slippery road If you are shy on scratching room fqr your hens try the plan of utilizing one of the sheds where the wagons stem On nearly every farm there is a shed of this kind which could be fixed up as a scratching place for th hens on days which were too cold fo them to get out e As long as the demand for buggies keeps upone million are made every yesTrthere must be horses to draw theM Remember that when told that the auto Is going to put the horse out of business Dont be afraid to raise good horses There Is always a de mand for them A good syrup for the hot cakes in winter is made as follows If yousee this before the wife does tell her about it To one cupful of sugar thSttere JEer Put into a glass jar a day or eo befbrt the syrup is needed for use and stir It occasionally with a spoon If the cover is tight It mat be ah ken instead A little vanilla may b added if it is liked for a change Thi is much less work than the old coo ing process tastes just as well an sugariThe growing of nut trees is Increas ing in favor You ought to have a few t on your farm There Is an Increasing demand for nuts of all kinds from the cocoanut down This increase is due in the main to two causes namely a better appreciation their appetizing waYBlnhicnto the diet of the average family an secondly to their use by the vegetari ans and persons of similar belief a group small in proportion to the total population but still fairly large nu mericallywho use nuts and mo particularly the peanut as a substitu for meat and other nitrogenous and fatty foods Here Is a story about a goose which goe to prove that the goose Is not al ways as much of a goose as some fol printinvouched for by that as the truth and mot a naturefake story we are not able to say But here is the storY A man who drives to to almost daily with a lIght spring wagon ian over a goose In the road the front wheel going over the middle of his neck Justus tie goose had h bead at the right print the seco wheel went over that The drivel looked back to see a dead jrobsebut ne was Standing straight up blood running off his headr Iooki after the buggy in a rather discomfit manner The goose evidently came the conclusion that he had bet 0 wronged and planned a xeyenge TI second evening after the Aaccl4ent the o6ee lying in rvtalt in a fence c er came forth and flew at the horse utting up a strong fight l y Feed your slop at noon the main ration morning and night Pullets who have not already begun to lay will not begin now until spring Open up an account with the hens See whether they are giving you a square deal As a rule sticking to one breed of chickens is better than trying a halfdozen different varieties Calves dropped 4ur the cold days of winter should be blanketed to pro tect from sudden changes of temper ature 7The dust bath for the hens Place the box in the sunny exposure in the henhouse My how they will enjoy on bright days tAfear of the boss of the herd will riot be thrifty See to it that there is not too much bullying among the herd A dry bran sack makes a poor thing to brush the cows udder off with It raises the dust and doesnt clean the udder Use a damp cloth The fellow who Is always doping chickens to prevent their getting sick is pretty apt to have sick chickens that sure do need medicine No methods are so perfect as to need no readjustments or changes Are you sure you are managing your pock to the best advantage Corn gets monotonous as a steady diet and hogs will become unthrifty where the ration Is not varied Try some of the silage for the hogs if you have it It is a goofi thing to separate the pigs into lots of six or seven accord Ing to size and strength They will be easier to feed and will thrive bet ter for so doing A Ircular piece of tin strung through its center on each end of the line from which the seed corn bag of nuts or dried fruit is hung in the attic will keep rats or mice from reaching them Where too many pigs are kept in one pen they are apt to pile one upon the other causing the under ones to become overheated This leads them to get to the outside to cool off which causes colds Last thing at night after the hens have gone to roost throw some wheat into the litter so that madam hen will get busy first thing in the morning before you have time to get around to feed them and will warm up over the search for the tempting morsels If the plants have been in the house windowbox long enough to fill it with roots fertilizer must be applied either in the form of bonemeal or rotted additonronly be applied when the plants indi cate their need by a check in growth Such a plan should afford satisfaction Scours in calves fed on skim milk is caused by indigestion brought on as a rule by overfeeding but also by feeding skimmilk in poor condition an from dirty pails Every feeder of skimmilk to calves must sooner later learn this lesson He must lear that if the calf has the scours th feeder is not doing his work right I tHe case of scours reform your syste of feeding instead of purchasing th many remedies advertised and in dairy farming one of the Important qualifications is the learning not only ofmaking but saving money v buildineg yosu pro VarIdous rec ommended to prevent such attacks but the majority of them are without merit and some of them are even liable to kill young trees Some of the washes require renewal after every hard rain In experiments with a wash of whaleoil soap crude carbolic acid and water for apple trees i was found that in about 48 hours th carbolic acid had so far evaporated upodn give immunity from rabbit attacks would invite the attacks of field mac reThe discussion as to the merits of tothe lowheaded fruit tree over the fruit tree that is trimmed to grow high still continues It would seem however that the lowheacTed tree has the advantage over the highheaded one In that It is easier to prune spray ankd cultivateed It seem as nurserymen n ought to take the lead In advocating lowheaded trees and those who prop agate advertise and push the sale of rewardwn A nursery only those limbs within one foot of the ground removed instead of being mutilated and isn poled tour feet from the inthnde oderr s two a d onehalf feet and the side branch fucksns foundeda tolion pear and plum trees With peach trees which oldeor o1Il never TheorY should be left for the fruit grower to develop into lowheaded trees 1 f IIThe Door is Unbolted Mid the Bustle of Building U LUMBER aZ CO nIi PLANS DEATH FrnHT YALE MAN WOULD ADD THIRD TO SPAN OF LIFE Dr Fisher Urges Insurance Companies to Educate People in Hygienic Conditions for This Purpose New York The span of human life applacationmodern hygieneaThe was made the other day by Dr Irving Fisher professor of presldenton national health Dr Fisher proposed the expenditure of money by life insurance companies s In a campaign of education to im prove hygienic conditions throughout the United States He gave as his justification for this suggestion the fact that practical applicatioon of all the reforms now known to modern hygiene would Increase the average length of life in America more than 15 yearsor over onethird This decreased mortality he said would so lessen the cost of insurance that the returns to policyholders would be many times more than th original expenditure Then too there would be a vast economic gain to the country in general by reason of the prolongation of the lives of trained efficient men Dr Fisher made theae statements to a meeting of the Association of Life Insurance Presidents which was a tended br company executives med- cal directors and actuaries as well as physicians and others prominent in th present antituberculosis crusade The insurance men whom I hav paylitethe saving of Jives have been unani moos in their belief that the step would boa profitable one said Dr Fisher SdQoergaa cut the death rate in Haven betweeni ath rate Waringns 0mnowe retTuberculosis Is known to be pre ventable In my table it is entered as 75 per cent preventable pneumonia as 45 per cent preventable typhoid as 85 per cent diphtheria 70 per cent According to the plans which have in mind the money which the life insurance companies would invest hospttion of the public and especially their policyholders in health matters and the joining In every legitimate way to improve the public health offices mflnicipalitiet companyd esB adequate fire protection so life insurance companies might properly endeavor to secure adequate municipal likeewise bring their influence to bear tp secure the passage of model heal laws by our states in respect slaughter houses pure food and other health reforms It is agreed by all competent judges that there Is now great and needless waste of human life and it is obvious that the financial weight of this waste falls largely on the policyholders committeeofan agency through which the educ lion for hygienic reforms could conducted He is president of thatI organization which is carrying on extensive movement throughout the country to improve living conditions Dr Fisher has been professor of poll ti cal economy at Yale plnce 1908 TaxationesAmbassadors are to be envied for their freedom from the burden of tai ation They disburse not one cent In taxes either directly or Indirectly and as for the custom house it is non existent so far as they are concegue No duty whatever ill chargedIn r K spect of wines cigars cigarettes etc that are consigned to them You are always welcome to come here and examine our extensive line of doors sashes wainscoting and other high grade mill wortf It is work of which we are prouc1 Every detail is carefully constructed by mill experts the sawing planing finish and general cabinet work is unsurpassed Our prices yare Ve ask your inspection 0 n9 COLORED COLUMN At Clarkes M E church Feb 28 190t Subject in the morning The Lord of the Church Ephesians 45 Evening Dead Souls in the Church Genesis 87 v Sundayschool at 930 JaHHarris Superintendent Epworth League Jesse Rees Pres ident All are welcome seats free S G TURNER P C A colored Baptist church in New oork City has closed a meeting with 300 additionsticolored porter and Mary Yates colored housekeeper for Chas Schattner a wealthy white sa weeIrecentlyA colored automobile company has thet tion cars for colored people 35000 has been appropriated by the Oklahoma legislature for a col ored deaf dumb and blind institute It will be controlled by a superinten dent and three colored trustees The National Sunday School Congress and young peoples Chautaqua Nashe y Dr J H Tyler ordered a new bug gy from the colored carriage drummer last week Ed Gratts spent last week in Lex ingtonRev Taylor Rhbme will be examin 7tineew liis livery business eAfire recently destroyed ono Judys house and contents at Paris entailing a loss of 1800 with 60 insurance He formerly lived here Rev T Timbe fake has just close had over 200 additions to churches under his preaching in various me ings D R Taylor has received 50 worthof spring dry goods and notions for his big department store in Poynterville remodoeled the C M E church several years ago was in this city this week As a demonstration of esteem the members of Broadway and many friends surprised Rev Timberlake nighIn in presenting them with many useful an valuable presents The Mu Mu Social Club has issued invitations fur an inaugural ball at the Hippodrome on March 4th Bud Perkins sold a horse to Mr Tom Davis white Monday for150 Dan Taylor Dr J H Holmes Re H D Colerane Patrick Banks Dr Deany tf v Bates Joe Harris and W H Allen have been prominent ly mentioned as colored candidates for Councilman from the fourth war The fair company met Monday night Efforts will be made to have includintog counties aThe outside of Rev H D Cole tones new house will be plasteredor what is known as stucko or caststyle The Christian church has a young folks prayer meeting wit aasaMrs Addie Cray of Springfield has returned home fromvisitmg aT M Berry Revs TTimberlake and Jo hn Fish er attended the executive board meet ing of the association in Jonday Will Rucker sold a horse court day for 100and bought another for 90 The colored Baptist of America 35 missionaries in foreign lands t with a membership of 8074 and church property valued at 32000 gudnow was married last week to Fountain Hixon by the Rev G M Moore of Ltxihs ton r- c Robert Taylor made the proposi on that he will give 100 of the price of his new house if the lodges of the city and county will buy it for a hospital Rev Geo Miler of Harrodsbrg will preach in the meeting at the First Baptist church The great body of negro Methodist is divided into four branches viz A M E A M E Z C M Eand part of M E church Henry Campbill who is sick made a profession and was received into the church Tuesday by pastor Tim berlake and officers Chas Graham will move into the Copeland house on Burns avenue Rev H A Steward of Allens Chapel reports that his revival will start tomorrow He will be assisted by Rev J W Terry the noted W Va Evangelist Mack Butts who for many years was janitor at the white city school illh lodge offers special inducement for new members for the next thirty days See Cy Coach Wm Quisenberry or C T PoynterRev A Strauss is the pioneer 0minister of our city additiondrow Mrs Susa A Morton daughter of Rev H A Steward is building a nice twostory house on Third street 0nMound Bayou Miss B F Howard National G E Rof the colored Elks has appointed W H Allen of this city Exaulted Ruler for the State of Kentucky Solving the race problemdunt Clarecy Martin has worked in the Dudley family for 42 years and John 2tyears thias There will be an inaugural ball at the Hippodrome Thursday March 4 1909 given by the Mu Mu Social Club The Grand March will legm at 930 p m and will be led by Mr A C Frazier and Miss Laura E Al fenv Mr and Mrs James Smitli enter tamed at their home last Thursday night in honor of Miss Len nu Bal Pccsendt were ns Miss Nannie Mitchell Miss Bell Wil son Miss Mattie Shackelford Mrs gallic Hodgkin and Mrs Sallie Turn Messrs Louis Taylor Thomas Stoner J W Mitchell Geo Grubbsr Hathavay1Vmr oredr Sats Sterling last week Allacse were ling last week J W Deck the collector and rep Newns or but is much better now Lithographic Stone Quarry Stones which are used by the lithog gophers all aver the world in making colored pictures are found In a little 1districtaot more than four or five or three broad near Nurembergjn Germany Quarrying has gone on there for IQore than a irirtr c take time to think of your lumber supply for your next contract and when you do think of us If you dont know us get acquainted at once for we are folks you ought to know and you ought to know ourflumber too We will be happy to supply you with any grade at the fairest figuren WINCHESTER MANUFACTURING INCORPOKTEDLI AShJland Raised on Ifs Cattle raised on our feed are seldom Wehandlecludes best varieties of grain and feed and we can supply all your wants in that line at the very lowest prices We enjoy a reputation for reliability and endeavor tti live up to it- IMPLEMENTS of fall Kinds J R1 Martin Coal and Supply C MUST PLEDGE GOOD BEHAVIOR Terms on Which Strangers May Enter British House of Commons One of the most important altera lions which members of the British house of commons will notice when they reassemble will be a strangers bureau Its construction which is now in progress is the sequel to the scenes created by the suffragettes in the house during last session In the last month of the autumn session as the result of their conduct no stranger was seen within the house of commons A committee was appointed to draw up new rules for admission of strangers The members recommended the passing of an act making it a criminal offense for strangers to brawl within the chamber and they also recommended that strangers should be made responsible for their own good behavior and should sign a paper accepting that responsibility That being done the committee saw no reo son why women as well as ores should not be admitted to the strangers gallery It is in preparation for the change that the sew bureau is being made As heretofore tickets for the gallery will be balloted for by members in advance LEAD THE IDEAL SIMPLE LIFE FInn Devote Summer Months to Enjoyment and Pursuit of Health In Finland everybody lives the slm campaon and ways somewhere near the water for everybody swims and bathes Almost all classes sleep sad sat al fresco at this time of year and the town councils of the towns in this progressive and altogether delightful little country provide public fireplaces and public bathing sheds in all places where the working classes go in search of fresh air 5But the simple life is by no means dull with the frisky Finns They com bine it with a surprising amount of gayety They eat drink and are merry in their picturesque little log cabins outside the cities When they are tired of bathing and splashing they dance they sing they watch fireworks and practice gymnas tics they all become like children and are the happiest merriest most good natured most easily pleased and most healthy holiday makers in the world We might take many leaves from the Finns bookLadles Pictorial Fools What do you suppose fools were made for That you might tread upon them and starve them and get the better of them in every possible way By no means Toy were made that wise people might take care of them That is the true and plain fact con corning the relations of every strong and wise man to the world about him He has his strength given him not Jyhehis own household he is to be the guide and support of Us children ort of his household M is still to be tke father that is the guide and support of the weak aid the poor not aaerely of the meritorious weak and the infinocently poor bat of tin gutty x4punishably poor of the lea who ought to have known tetttr of tbsr poor who ought to be asedrKthemselves Jokm Hukisv s a Children Set to Destroy Mot In the rural districts of Saxony children were given a free day from school last summer so that tlaeyrmight gather moths ofa species JtuUTe to treats for which they kwfre given acoHpI rof cents for srsrjr 100esught iei r 7vA L I q +a toW f t THE WiCHESTERMEWS J tE WINCHESTER MEWS An Independent Newspaper Published fry The Winchester News Co v Incorporated 5 i Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Excspt Sunt aYe r Entered as secondxilass matter jIfrember 28 1908 at the post office ml Winchester Kentucky under the rKLet of March 3 1879- NUBSCRiPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Jailone year 520 njftw week 10 Payable at office or to collector T ry week Mail Delivery r Jhw year 300 1509xlrgtr month I 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch zeStime any edition 25 iHree times within one week 50 9Da e week continuously 100- 40n calendar month 300 Four weeks four times a week 240- four weeks three times a week 180 ieor weeks two times a week 120 JJToBr Weeks one time a week a 75 Tinie discounts3 months 10 per vseat 6 months 25 per cent one 1 7ar 33 13 per cent Reading Notices Per Line ISuiness notices body type lier- e reading news headings 15u New Phone No 91 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1909 TROUBLES WTH WIRE LESS TELEGRAPHY When the American fleet was off the Azores in its recent worlds trip much trouble was experienced by the 2sTavy Department in attempting to Communicate with it by wireless telegraph In the case mentioned the operators claimed that they could not gelid messages because a lot of school boys and students in Brooklyn were putting bugs in the air tha- is t the wireless experiments the boys were conducting prevented the transmission of the waves which the naval operators were sending We do not know anything about the working of wireless telegraphy but if there is anything in the story a ques tion is presented that will puzzle the Sawyers Any boy with scientific in clinations can easily put up a wire less telegraphic station and amuse iimself conversing with another boy- ion the next block or in the next coun Jty A wireless station is one of the tjeastiest things for a boy with me thanes and electrical tastes to in stall if we can believe the stories told 3n some of the wireless telegraph iComDanys advertisements andin nSome of the articles we have readon the subject He can get some cheap instruments fasten his wire to the lightning rod on his fathers barn and there he is ready for unlimited talking with any other boy who has similar instruments and lightning rode would seem to have the most per feet right to do so and talk with his Joy companion as much as he pleases without infringing upon the dignity and power of the United States Yet he can infringe as was shown in the ibove incident most effectually Teachers in industrial schools set up wireless telegraph stations for the instruction or their pupils and these aire in pretty constant operation All fd them make waves which are in the highest degree detrimental to the sending of messages Some of these things have been done maliciously At the time of the lyacht races off the New England coast one enterprising firm sent outs yacht with IcW R per men and a complete wireless Outfit to report the laces Another firm of wireless tel 1CgraphersVh9 had been left put de liberately went to work filling the air with cuss words and remarks highly derogatory to the successful firm It succeeded in breaking up the trans misSion of the reports of the racej This will give an idea of the possi 3nlities of wireless telegraphy and isome of the difficulties that are going io bepet with Of course when Un ee Saterouts to communicate with theteEitor any other great event is y 1 en the tapes everybody else ought to shut iip But the difficulty is hoW to arrange this Theoretically every man owns the air above his house to the full extent of the fortyfive miles or more of the atmosphere preciselyas he is supposed to own the ground to the center of the earth He has the right to do anything not illegal on that spot of ground Neither State nor Nation has the slightest desire to in terefer with the individuals liberty arid will not except for grave reasons This is a pretty kettle of fish What is going to be the end How is the wireless going to be made thoroughly effective The method that first sug gests itself is that there should be an announcement when the Government wishes to make a communication just like the old proclamations by the heralds of the Eastern despots that his Sublime Highness was about ta appear on the streets and everybody must go indoors But suppose some mischievous boys choose to interfere how are they to be dealt with You cannot cut off their heads as the old despots did It would be considerable oflljob to have a corps of policeman watching out for them and suppressing them It win be seen that quite a field of effort has suddenly opened lip for our scientists and our lawmakers l THE PANAMA CANAL f Col George W Goethals Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal an vesselsby January 1 1915 The extraor dinary progress made in the Culebra cut justifies even an earlier date of opening that Col Goethals has prom isedWe have the first earnest of success in the passage ofa large steamer through the new channel for the Pacific entrance which has been dredged to a depth of 35 feet The Newnorta large Pecific steamer was the first to use this channel and pass ed through it easily and successfully While this channel is only a small detail of this great wick yet it was one attended with some difficulty and the thoroughness with which the Work was done upon it is an earnest ofa like goodness of execution throughout the great enterprise The rainfall on the Isthmus last monthwas heavier than any January since the American occupancy It averaged over 437 inches In spite of this there were 2924551 cubic yards excavated on the twentyfive working days 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Mayor We are authorized to announce J A HUGHES as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce- H T STROTHER as a candidate fur Mayor of Winchester subject to the action ofhe Democratic party We are authorized to announce W 0 HOSKINS HS 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 sub ject to the notion of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce WOODSON MCORD as a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce J W RUPARD as a candidate for Chiefof Police ubjqct to the action of the DemocratI- C party City Collector We are authorsod to announce HARRY W SCRIVENER as a candidate for City Collector of Winchester subject iothp action of a Tempera tic party- Philosophic View of Death All that nature has prescribed fords must be good and as death Is natural for uslt Is absurd to fear ltriSteeIe SENATE CUTS KILEAGf Passes Vaughn ilh vcYbIch Nov AWaitsGovernots Signature Columbus 0 Feb 27BYtnf passage of the Vaughan bill in the senate the mileage allowance of members of the legislature is cut from a 12cent to a 2cent basis Tho Vaughan bill which permits four trips home each month with an allow ance of 2 cents a mile went through the house Simultaneously the senate recommitted the Gillette bill which contained the same provisions At the time of recommitment it was said that there was a strong sentiment in the senate against allowing more than two trips a month However it devefoped that the senators had been simply waiting for the house to go on Record When the Vaughan bill providing for four trips each month reached the upper body it was passed The legislature will Tot adjourn on account of the inangvatlon at Washington next week a conference of the leaders of the tvo houses having reached that conclusion As a result both branches adjourned to Monday evening It is believed that with close application next week the Teal ly necessary measures on the calen dars can be cleared off before the date of final adjournment March 1- 2CENTRALAMERICA IN RESTIVE MOOD State Department Appeals For More Warships Washington Feb 27Because of reports of uneasiness In Central America growing out of important military activity in Nicaragua the state department has asked that more naval vessels be sent to Ama pala on the west coast to watch developments and report on the situ ationThe information on which the state department is acting came from John H Gregory Jr the secretary of lega tion at Managua the capital of Nicaragua Officials deemed the information to be of sufficient importance to warrant preparation for any eventu alitiesAt Amapala the vessels will be in close touch with the situation as it may affect Nicaragua Honduras and Salvador and will be in such position as to bring pressure to bear to prevent any serious result Recent un official dispatches from Central Amer- Ica have indicated a feeling some what akin to that reported to the state department but have met with denials from similar sources The state department has done its tmost in offering its good offices to main tam n peaceful conditions in Central AmericaVicious Ram Attacks Children Millersburg 0 Feb 27While a little son and daughter of Fred Don ald were playing in their yard a vicious ram belonging to a neighbor came into the yard and attacked the children knocking them down When the mother attracted by screams ran out and got between them and the sheep the latter attacked her hitting her in the stomach and on the ankle The husband heard the cries and went to their assistance with a club and beat the animal away TO RESCUE PRISONER New York Clubman Takes Up Fight For W G Morse Los Angeles Cal Feb 27 Unable to arouse the interest of the state de partment in the case of William G Morse son of the late Professor Morse inventor of the telegraph who is languishing in If rural Mexican prison on the charge of killing an Indian Theodore Van Tyne Johnston the millionaire clubman of New York sailed from San Diego for Ensenada In a chartered yacht to rescue the im prisoned man Johnston was accom panied by a party of friends and declaring Morse to have clearly estab lashed a case of selfdefense and to have been unjustly imprisoned they are determined to force the Mexican government to release him DEMOCRATS TO CAUCUS Clayton Issues Call to Minority For Meeting March 15 Washington Feb 27A call for a caucus of the Democrats of the house for 10 a m Tuesday March 15 was issued by Representative Clayton chairman of the present Democratic organization This caucus will select a Democratic candidate for speaker to be voted for two hours later and also candidates for other offices of the houseuA full and prompt attendance will be a good way to begin our work In the new congress10 the call concluded Student Ends His Life Louisville Ky Feb 27 Vandyke Stoops son of Finaly Stoops of Pitts burg Kan was found dead in his room He had shot himself through the forehead Stoops who was 28 years old and a student at a local business school left a note declaring that he could not live through the shame his parents had cast upon his life In the mans room were found some of Mrs Mary Baker Go Eddys books a Bible and Social Purity n Life He was a devout rellgio 1a worker a h i 5 OPERA HOUSE The Lion and the Mouse IThe best of all American plays with graft financial political and social The Lion and the Mouse is coming to the opera next Wednesday night Since these markable work of Charles Idem was first seen many things have occurred which makes the drama a matter of psychological interest in view of the numerous cases agains the trusts and captains of industry which are now before the courts Five years ago The Lion and the Mouse would have been a failure for the simple reason that the public did not ask where did he get iU but rather how much is he worth JJ The story of The Lion and the Mouse is concisely this John Burkett Ryder the richest man in the world who controls the government suddenly finds that his gigantic schemes are blocked by the decisions of a federal justice Judge Ross orc Ryder swears to ruin him and does financially besides makin arrange ments toliavehim impeached in the Senate The Judges daughter Shirley Roosmore and Ryders boy Jefferson meet on a trip abroad fall in love and return engaged The girl learning of her fathers impending dis honor determines to save his good name She writes a book scoring Ryder his ilk and their methods which creates a sensation Ryder send for her and is so captivated by her wit andwomanliness that he engages her to write his autobiography making her a member of his household Of course discovery is certain and in a tremendous scene between these two the Lion and the Mouse the girl leaves house Vogels Minstrels- John W Vogels Big City Minstrel have reached the highest summit of perfection towering above all similar attractions a monument to the march of progressive minstrel enterprise- It is unequalled conducted on a broad and liberal basis the company containing the leading lights of minstrelsy the very cerqm o f laugh pro dicers and the pick of high class novelty entertainers presenting a program entirely different to al other min lrel organizations and a welcome relief from the old and threadbare methods so long in use by similar en terprises The publics wants have been carefully considered by Managci Vogel who has acquired recognition for the advancement and further de velopment of minstrelsy receiving he nraise anti steadfast financial tip port of all lovers of amusemei This famous organization will be sera at the opera house Thursday March 4 REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fishier Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They pre vent Appendicitis cure Constipation Headache 25c at Phillips Dug Store CLAY CITY Mrs Millard Coulee of Stanton was the guest of Mrand Mrs Dr Martin Monday Miss Mamie Derickson of Roslin was visiting friends and relatives here the first of the week Mrs Crews Rash and her mother Mrs F Key spent a few days in Winchester this week Mr John Coliver was the guest at the Red River Hotel last Sunday- A party of young folks visited the Orphans Home Saturday night and spent a very pleasant evening Those present were Misses Mary G Eaton Bertha Maple Ada Johnson Patsy Bush Mary and Grace Shinfessel Maud Fletcher Nora Rich Kate Hut chison and Mrs Mary Hurd the mat ron Messrs Taulbee Moun Turner McGuire Pierce Keith Lee Rich and Willie Combs Mr Emerson Coulee and Day Cou lee of Stanton were the guests of Mr and Mrs Dr Martin last Sun dayMr Wm Morton of Bowen was in the city Tuesday Miss Carrie Barnett is Visiting rel atives and friends in Winchester Miss Maud Fletcher entertained Misses Mary G Eaton Mary and Grace Shinfessel Carrie Barnett Messrs Turner McGuire Pierce Keith and Ed Wilson Wednesday evening Miss Mollie Johnson is in Win chester visiting relatives Mrs Ann E Barnet of Winchester is the guest of her daughter Mrs Mayme Allen Mr Grover C Williams is at home from Nashville Tenn to spend a fewweeks v Mr and Mrs A S Whitt spent the day in Lexington Monday If One Is Cautious Home hrll restful sort of place he ewe may all say jusfcwhat we nlense If wo are discreet about 11 itlveFtontiews j t INAUGURATION FA- R1Scoi l ROUTE trailva carte Dining Car service fi See the Battleship Fleeter Going to Washington direct and returning TheConn lllital Display ever seen on the Atlantic Coast Tickets bn sale Feb 28 March 1 23 good to return till March 8 Stopover at Richmond Va and other points For tickets and sleeping car reservation call on or address A G Locknane Agt or G W Barney D P Ay I Winchester Ky Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky Both Phones 159tf Citizens National BankP- aid 4 up Capital 100000 SurplusJ42000 C 1 R WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Will give you courteous treatment and attend prompfi V r and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier tT F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Ass t Cashier a The Lyceum Grand Concert Company under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian church will appear at tlie Opera House Monday night March 1st The company is composed ofa quartette of skilled musicians which will appeal to the most refined taste 2262t DEATHS AND FUNERALS cMr Chas T Hanson Attorney Chas T Hanson of Ok lahoma died on last Thursday and his remains were brouglit to Paris for interment He was a son of the late Hon Richard Hanson and was a brilliant and versatile gentidronn fie has many relatives in Clad t THREE ARE BURNED ALBANY Ky Feb 27Near Huntersvilie the house of Millard Kitmore was burned His wife and two small children perished in the flames DEEDS FILED FOR RECORD The following real estate deeds and transfers have been piled in the Coun ty Clerks office for record Caswell P Goff to Mary S Goff 108 acres of land near Indian Fields for 13400 Roger Bryan and wife to Mrs 01 lie Fry a house and lot in Massies addition for 2700 JW Poynter and wife to GM Proctor a lot on W Broadway for 425 John 0 Patterson and wife of Marion county Indiana to R W Pat terson of this city undividedone half interest in a tract of land on Howards Upper Creek for 400 Vic Bloomfield and wife to T C Robinson a house and lot at the cor ner of Burns and Lexington avenue for 1 and other considerations T G Robinson and wife to Vic Bloomfield 5 acres of land on Lexing ton avenue for 1 and other valuable considerationsEmma and husband to Will January a house an dint on Highland street for 865 R W Jones to JW Hisle a lot on Washington street for 100 ShortSighted Man We are all shortsighted and very often see but one side of a matter our views are not extended to all that has a connection with It From this defect I think no man is free We see but in part and we know but in part and therefore it is no wonder we con elude not right from our partial views John Locke Womans Natural Sense One w mans natural sense Is worth 50 mens trained reason in a predica eitirNew York Press Well Mend the Wheel so that it will be as good as new if you send your carriage here No ifmaybeOur repairing is growing more pop everydaythe case unless our work was more than unusually good T STROTHER SCOTT STATE FAIRS 1909 DaysScottBlue Grass Lexington August 9th l 6 days r Bourbon county September 7th 5 days September13th kindlyfurnishfree of charge y Rockcastle county August 18 3 days yt inlaysLaurelBoone county August 25 4 days daysKnox daysShelby ys WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP tforspiders bite caused large deep sores to cover his The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salvecom pletely cured me writes John Wash ington of Bosqueville Texas For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme 25c at Phillips D7Cpm pany DWElliNG ilNVENIORIESJREEt WE WILL SEND A HAND SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILL MAKElNRITTEN APPLI CATIONS FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR TO ASSIST IN MAKING THE INVENTORY ANDICARRY INSURANCE ON THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS SHOULD HAVE ONE 1 JOUEITS INSURANCE AGENCY WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS Ii The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourr the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal a For cut flowers see SHEARER rTHE FLORIST 2rl8tJrf Portuguese Proverb There is never wttntih a w barks aft you I J I W i i iTIT2 i l 4S l I THE WINCHESTER NEWS I PaM tJV r isQcIBPr 1 c Miss Dorothy Porter is entertain ing the Cooking Club this after non The Little Colonial Readers are holdng their meeting with Miss Ida Walden this afternoon 8ir and Mrs John M Jenkins will celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary this evening pany1wilections also will appeal to the moat refined tastes This comes un derthe auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian Church find the proceeds will go toward t the furnishings of the new church Pn Thursday evening at the residence of Mrs Q P Moores Mr Fred Hazlewood and Miss Hal slJMann both of Lexington were qU married by Prof W S Anderson The Outlook Literary Society of Misses Bowdens shool had a most delightful and interesting entertain ment on Friday eveniug Quite a number were out toit and the even i4was delightfully spent ij QualityNot Quantity lRoll Call Answered by Quotaton 2 Piano Solo ValseBrillanteLornela Renck 3 Current Event Lillan Wheeler 4 fteeitaton Naughty Little Girl i Mary Lyle Duty 5 Orginal Story Jacks guest Menie Rees 6 Vocal Duet Oh That We Two were marrying Mary Lyle and Laurie Bruce Duty 7 Reproducton Vision of Sir Laun fal Virginia Lisle 8 Recitaton Kentucky Watermillon Cora Baldwin 9 Sketch of Tennyson Narcissa Rawlinsg 10 Vocal Solo If you were a Rose Winnie Garrett llvRecitation On the Other Train-t SaraGrace Steel j 12 Piano Sojo Beethovens Farewell to the Pjano Norma West Margaret Brown Usher P Were you ever out at Croxtons- to an entertainment No wel 1 you certainly have something to live for Miss Clay the youngest member of the household had an entertainment yesterday afternoon She is a member of a Literary and Social Club and because it was such a pretty day and she bad to entertain them Of cuorse she was crazy to Shedid the thing yesterday The name of that grand old country home js Sleepy Hollow Jft nestles down there amid a world oOrees and with these colonial pillars and all looks so quiet and peaceful jand y if there is a place on earth yoncould rest and be happy and sleep it is there But the inside of the house is the prettiest part of alL The hall the drawing room the diniD loom in fact the whole house has the most magnificieht old mahogany ftftai q tura you ever saw and it isthe real stuff for it has been banded down from one generation toauother YcW could feast your eyesJn it and nev er get tired But you know the furniture oesnt make a home Ev en with aHi this beautiful home they are the most hospitable and inter esting people iti the world and they certainly treat you like queans wben you go there So you are always tickled to death to get a invitation and certainly givejyou feasts it for king Those who hart sucii a good time were An na Ma j HUg Margaret Sphar Flor rye Smith Sira Goodloe Benton Richtie Lane lila and LucyStewar Ann Dudley Margaret McKinley Alice and Owen Porter Emma Lee Taylo Miss Frances Nelson of 1 A Charminn Tea Mrs Gippie Sympson entertained a few friends Friday afternoon in a most charming way with a tea at her suite of rooms on Lexington avenue All the ladies brought their sewing and just Had at good time If their needles were not kent too busy they certainly had a good time in discuss jug the current events of the day Throughout the afternoon the most delicious and delightful beverage tea and sandwiches and wafers were servedasionly the charming hostess knows flippy to gracefullv serves such delicacies The afternoon was a most delightful one and only those present can say hov delightfully it was spentiThose preesnt wers Mrs Bettie An derson Mrs Jack McCord Mrs George 0 Graves Mrs Nannie Dud ley Mrs 0 J Chandler Mrs Wil liam Cumming Mrs Jl 0 Vaught Mrs Frank Jackson Mrs Rufus Lisle Mrs Pattie Koljlhass Misses Lutie Kimbrougli and Nannie West PERSONALS Misses Ella Pendleton nud- Ruth Scott spent Friddyhi Lexington Miss Mary Renaker has returned from an extended visit tq Falmouth Mr and Mrs Roger Bryan are moving into their new home on Highland street Miss Ruth Beall left this morning for an extended trip through the West and will go on to California for a visit On her way out there she will go through the Grand Canyon and will visit the Petrified Forest in ArizonaMiss Kate Howard of Ford was a guest here Friday Miss Eunice Earn is the attractive guest of her cousin Halie Everett of Huntington W Va Miss Lizzie Taylor was in Lex ington Friday Miss Jane Gaitskill returned Friday evening from an extended visit to Miss Ethel Ewing of Greensburg Tnd She was extensively entertain cd while there and made visits to Rtishville North Vernon and other towns Mrs Flovd Da7 snent Friday in LexingtonMr n Brooks was in town Friday Congratulations are being show ered upon Irand Mrs Allen Noe upon the birth this morning of a little daughter to brighten their home Mr Nola Rose and daughter Miss Vela1 Rose snent today in Lexington Among those from here who attend the performance of the Merry Wi dow in Lexntonlast night were Mr and Mrs Ed Clark Mr and Mrs John Hodgkin Mr and Mrs Warren Witherspoon Mr and Mrs Gus Brooks Mr and Mrs Ben D Goff Mrs Susan G Anderson 11rs Ed Mitchell Mr Gus Locknane Mr and Mrs James Vedder Mr and Mrs C J Boswell Mr and Mrs W R Thomas and Miss Ethel Thomas Mrs Geortre B Nelson Mr and Mrs Hen- r PhilliDS Mir and Mrs Charles Parrish Mrs Hoderkin Mr and Mrs William H GuIDer Mrs Harry Smith of Cinchinaft Mrs J W Ishmael Mrs Carrie Buckner Mrs Troy of Memphis Team Mrs Platt of Ashe lville N C 3ok and Mrs V W Bush Mr and Mis Wiilcott Mrs Jesse Spenfcer Mrs John Reese Misses Annie and Clay Croxton Mr WaltonL Rounsayall Misses Marv E Julia n Sadie Scoboe Mrs George B Nelson Misses Goldie Pagellen Lucy Sfesrcart Evelyn Price Jones Misses Porter Beulalh and Bertie Thomson Myra and Rebecca Duke of Maysville Anna Mae male Rhua Searcy Margaret Busifa Mar ofJaret McKinle Mrs J W Idhmael Messrs Jeff Stewart Sam Powell Stanley Talbott Prof 0 Hedges William Garner Charles Strother Wloodson Moss Loon Renaker Cecil Parks Kidd Allen Robert Taylor Allie McClure Jokn Hall Tom and Lewis Hampton Walace Reese Dr J W Stapleton Clay Thompson Homer Mac Xeill J W Tuttle Wal FarishvMiss Rebecca Duke is the guest of Mrs Gus Brooks Mrs E B Cochran has gone to Eureka W Va to join her hsuband who IP IW located at that place SSSS = = j ABOUT HALF THE TIME Han the watches that Deople carry are not doing theirbest work and really it isnt the fault of the W not cleaned or thought about maybe for years atcheslyour themSwatches to us we will be in overhaulingS i y i t GiM BOWEN Jeweler and Optician J r t 5t = CS ly CLAIMS1 SCNATORSliiP Stephenson Forwards Result of Sep arate Ballot to rWashlnaton Madison Wis Feb 27District Attorney W G Whether left for Washington having in his possession a certificate signed by Governor Da vidson of the vote in the senate and assembly on Jan 26 electing Isaac C Stephenson United States senator The certificate of election was coun tersigned by the secretary of state James A Frear and the state seal was placed thereon The separate ballot gave Stephenson 63 votes in the assembly a clear majority and 12 of the 16 votes cast in the senate 16 sen ators being present and voting present John Strange who presides over the Joint assembly whena ballot for United States senator is taken has steadfastly refused from timo to time to entertain a motion that Stephenson was elected on separate ballot each time ruling the motion out pf order and ordering the clerk to call the roll Since tbe balloting in jont session began Serator Stsphenson has failed to obtain a majorit- yBQWLERS MEET IN PITTSBURG TONIGHt I Annual Tournament ta Continue Until March 20 Plttsburg Feb 27With the fall of the first balls on the bowling alleys in Duquesne Gardens tonight the 11fngpf the American bowling congress which will continue in seseI sipn until March 20 The leading ers of the game that is now recognized as the greatest generallyI pastimes will compete in ment Ninety cities in the United States and Canada are represented in the entry list The number of entries for the tour nament is 2137 and it is estimated that fully 20000 games will be on the specially built alleys rolledl amounting to 25280 will be Preparations have beenmade by the city to take care of the 50000 visitors who are expected to attend the con gress Hundreds have arrived for the opening night and as the game is very poular here and practically all Its followers have signified their in tention of being present at tlie first game Duquesne Gardens will certain ly be crowded to the limit- HEBRiWS WILL ORGANIZE New Yorkers Will Effect Mammoth Organization Tonight New York Feb 27 Delegates representing the hundreds of thousands of persons of Jewish faith in New York will meet tonight in the building of the United Hebrew Charities to ad vance the project of an organization that will look after their Interests The call for the meeting speaks ef the needs for the uniflcatipn of the various elements of the Jewish popu lation of New York which has reach ed the aggregate of almost 1000000 persons and of bringing about harmony and a proper sense of splidarity in place of the deplorable conditions which now exist- NLW JURY SECURED Only Three Farmers to Help Try Standard Oil Company CMcagp Feb 27The jury In the Companyiof was tentatively but both the government and the de fendant corporation reserved the right to reexamine the men In the jury box when court reconvened Monday morning Of the 12 men in the box three are retired farmers and the others are small merchants Five are Chicago men Troy Minus Heath Board Fhnia 0 Feb 27The city pf Troy has been withtsrut a board pf health for several weeks When coun cil passed the semiannual appropria tion ordinance over the veto of Mayor Kyle and then another ordinance dispensing with the Board of servic- as a board of health and authorizing the appointment of a separate board the mayor refused to act THE MBVT OF IT Mrs Teal wife of Ben Teal thp theatrical manager was convicted of subornz ion of perjury In the Gould divorce case at New York and given one year in the penitentiary Six firemen were hurt by falling walls when the warehouses of the Albert Dickinson seeding house at Chicago were destroyed by fire Mrs Milliard Kilmore and two chil dren perished in the flames when their home at Huntersville Ky was destroyed by 1J Governor Marshall vetoed the bill recently passed by the Indiana legis lature to legalize Sunday baseball Night Watchman Dusser killed one and fatally wounded another burglar when he caught them ransacking a Cincinnati mercantile establishment Berlins Jack the Slasher was captured while attempting to stab a woman on the Frederichstrasse Engineer Brown was crushed to death when the Overland Limited on the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul railroad left the raila near Van horn Ia i I DEBATE WAXED WARM House Finally Passes Sundry CIvtt Appropriation Dill Washington Feb g7After havIng dragged along for a week the sundry civil appropriation bill carrying in the aggregate 5137000000 was passed by the houue with numerous material amendments The debate on the measure at times waxed warm This was especially so when Messrs Bartlett Ga and Hitchcock Neb offered amendments which had they been adopted would have forced the attorney general to prosecute the United States Steel corporation for absorbing the Tennessee Coal and Iron company on the ground that the merger was in violation of the anti trust law- A rule brought in by Mr Dalzell Pa makingit In order for a major ity to pass a bill under suspension of the rules instead of twothirds aroused the Demo ats under the leadership of Mr Williams Miss to the point of severe criticism of the appropriation committee in not affording as was charged more lime to study supply bills before they were taken uprrhfs led to an incipient filibuster in requiring several roll calls before the way was clear fof other business BILLIARD MATCH TONIGHT Demarest and Handless Wonder Meet In Milwaukee Milwaukee Wis Feb 27one of the most interesting of billiard matches will be the one played at the Milwaukee Athletic club tonight between Calvin Demarest the former amateur champion of the United States and George H Sutton handless wonder The game will beI played at 182 balk line in which both contestants are adepts Demarest is frequently hailed as the coming champion of the world He is only 22 years of age and won the amateur championship twice before entering the professional Tanks Sutton is one of the best billiard players in America despite the handicap of t loss of his hands in a biizzsaw accident He has met and defeated tome very gcod men with the cue He holds his cue close to his body with the stump of his right arm guiding it rightlbridgeSBUCHANAN REPORTS Special Commissioner Returns From Venezuelan Mission Washington Feb 27W L Bb- c anan special commissioner to Ven ezuela appointed by Secretary Root to arrange a basis of settlement for the disputed claims of that country hasl returned to Washington on the gun boat Marietta Mr Buchanan trought the protocol signed whereby two of the five claims are to be settled out of court and the remainder arbitrated Diplomatic relations withVenezuela are to be immediately resumed and in about a week William W Russell former minister withdrawn last spring following Castros refusal to arbitrate the claims will return to Caracas in all probability going part of the way on a warship LAYMEN ORGANIZE Will Assist Missionary Movement and Young Mens Christian Association Pittsburg Pa Feb 27At the meeting of the national iTetestant laity organizatIons at which the in terbrothefhppd cpnference was organized It was decided to cooperate with the laymens missionary move ment and the Young Mens Christian association In the culminatlpn of a national series pf meetings to te held by the laymens missionary move ment The first of this series is to nextIILouis in March of next year THE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 007 00 cows 3 05 50 hetfcrs 3 256 00 bulls 3 40I5 25 stockers and feeders 53 SStfri 2C CaIves3 508 50 Sheer anrt LnmbfShcep 4 tS5 Iamb 56 507 ffa yearlings 5 007 20 IIogs Choice Jkeavy shlpjvinff G96 65 butchers 6 506 65 light mixed 35 S 6 45 cliQice light 6 4T56 55 packing JG 4Og6 55 pigs 55 2X6 00 Wheat 3Cb 2 red 231 15 CornNo3-e I t65c OatsNo 3 5353cEast Buffalo CatilK Export cat Jffie S6 OOOG 59 shipping steers 5 509 f butcher cattle 5 OB5 25hcllerH S 1105 50 cnws S3 OO4 75 bulls W iI5 00 Crflvei Best 10 OB11 00 Sheep and mbsIUbed sheep i 255 65 wetiers 55 75i6 00 ewes J5 905 60 lambs S08 00 yearling SI7 00 HogsHeavies 56 906 95 mediums tG S56 90 Yorkers 56 606 75 pigs 56 40 roughs n 505 90 stags 54 se5 00 Cleveland O Cattle Prime dryfed cattle 55 006 25 fat sters 55 75S 00 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 253 50 bulls 53 Ow4 25 milkers and springers 525 0055 30 Calves 59 85 down Sheep and LambsMixed rfheep 54 505 eo wethers 55 255 50 ewes 54 tfl4 75 lambs 6 007 75 Hops Mixed g M heavies 56 836 90 mediums js 89 Yorkers 5C506 75 pigs 6 25 roughs 56 00 stags 55 25 Plttsburg Pa Oattle Choice 56 300 6 50 56 06 30 cowrbulls525 00050 Calves Veal 56 009 so Sheep and LambsPdme wiethers 55 80 6 00 good mixed 55 W5 75 lamba 56 008 00 Hogs Prim heavy hogs 57 05 meviums and heavy Ywrkera 5f 35 PPIG3U4OatsNoc aniBaconCattle42 506 00 SheepU je C jfc Lambs5 00 T 00 Toledo O Wheat 51 25 cona 7s oats SSc lye 82c cloverseed 52 F 1 ETRIcI J I TV7HY put yourself in misery by lightsinclean healthful lights at a very lampTungstenas day therefore makes reading at night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let us explain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and the saving in the consumption electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 730 Ropai wrolt a specailty Winchester Electric Supply Co 10 Kerr N BlocK Main ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS CHURCHS Methodist Ciiurcn Main street Morning services at 11 cloc- kISubjectThe Fruits of the Christian- Evening services at 7 oclock Sub jectUTlie Growth of the Kingdom Sunday school at 945 and Epworth League at 615- Preaching by the pastor Rev O J ChandlerSWashington Street Presbyterian Services in the morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 7 oclock Sunday school at 945 and Chris han Endeavor at 6 15 The pastor Rev C E Crafton will deliver a sermon to the Knights of Pythias in the morning celebrating their 45th anniversary Everybody invitedS First Church of Christ Scientist Regular services at the reading room Sunday morning at eleven oclock and testimonial meeting Wed nesday night at seven oclbck The public is cordially invited to attend Sunday February 28 1909 Sub jectChrist Jesus IGolden TextUThou Art the Christ of the Living God And Jesus Answered and Said Unto Him Blessed Art Thou Simon Barjona For Flesh and Blood Hath Not Re vealed it Unto Thee But my Father Which is in Heaven Matthew 16 16 17 Resopnisve reading 2 Peter 1 111 17 18 The public is invited to visit the reading room which is kept open dailyS Old Baptist Church Services will be held in the morn ing at 11 a mOo and in the evening- at 7 oclock Preachinf bv the pastor Elder J M Thomas SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between a desperate lung tronble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he riteslltbat developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of jail remedies for years My weigh ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Dis covery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to pre 50CjandTO SPEAK AT CORBIN Prof H K Taylor president of the Kentucky Wesleyan College will theMning at 730 Prof Taylor is very popular as a nnblic sneaker and always has a good crowd- The Rights of Roosters An Atchison county farmers wife brought four dozen young roosters to town the other day Not a pullet In the bunch These chickens will be fried Do the roosters get a siuar deal The roosters are fried and the pullets live Isnt life as precious to pulletAtchlsonGlobe NOT RENTED YET Mrs RIDs reported to have rented the Dr Browne property on Wash ington street reauest us to say that the announcement was premature Sie was looking at the property tat MO trade has been consummated OPERA HOUSE Wednesday Mar 3rd tj I The talk of all America t UENRY B HAREIS will again present Th eD ram aticSuccess or the Century t7heLion and t7heMOused By Chas Klein- protrayed by A COMPANY OF NOTABLE PLAYERS l7he Production in its Entirety 3 YEARS YORK S 4CJTHS INNEW6 MONTHS Special Train from MtSterling Down StairsJ1 150 Gallery50 Free List Suspended OPERA HOUSE Thursday Mar 4th JOHN W- VOGELSJL Big Cit- jMinstvcls Forming in ifs Entirety the BigSCompleteW1mstrels DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS The best by Test New Ori entali First Part The greatest gathering on this globe of Ameri cas sweetest singers clever dan cers and Funny comedians A new hQW with new featuresS Concert of Picked Soloistsand a grand Symphony Orchestra Sale of Seats begins Tuesday PRICES Down Stairs 50c 75c and Jl Gallery 25c The Lyceum Grand Concert Cpmr pany under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian OperaHQusecompany is composed of a quartette of skilled musicians which will rppeal to the most refined taste 2262L Chinese Using Ptet4fltieThe Chinese moihpd pf 1FJ t t one pain Ith another Is gong put ot vogue and there Is a large sale of patent medicines Sedatives ars judged and valued by what they do 1m the shortest time TRY A NEWS WANT SADVERTISEMENT SS f s4s A 11 r q J Sixail THE WINCHESTER lEstiX 7 r tt Women is Imitators of t MenIt I J5y Rebecca Harding Davis Womanityvs Humanity Vanity of Modern Woman Over Her i I Achievements Business Not Her Highest Occupation To Ii Keep House and Be a Joyful k f Mother of Children a Womans Birthright Copyrightby J D Bowlea Y longpeention her many works may be- mentioned A Law Unto Herself John AJidrpss Frances Waldeaur and Dr Daughters Her home is in vPhiladeiphla She is the mother of Rich fifrd Harding Davis the author Surely we are all familiar by this time with the claims to admiration of tithnew woman the beauty and energy and keen mother wit which apartfrommake bEunique as was once the among the gods rfBmj never tires of counting over her irec t successes from the marvelous heraclor in founding new religions The woman of the last generation walked in a narrow path in her life as in a Chinese song there were but three notes love marriage and motherhood But this queen of the present hour lISao thousand parts to play You never know where to find her She may be driving a fourinhand in Broadway or looking for the north pole in the arctic seas or nursing some poor beggar in the slums or most likely of all she may be set tling herself comfortably for life as duchess or princess in some old Eng famllyWe pride and wonder complacently what she will do next The chief difference between her and her grandmotherand it is a very curious differenceis that the older woman regarded herself sim ply as part of the human race The man was its head its spokesman She thought of herself as his child his wife or his mother The woman of today is snot only his equal but his antagonist She tale not of humanity but womanity Ovary village has its club of women who urge each other into new profes sion work or studies which have hitherto been considered the business of men only Byery newspaper has a womans department in ofAthe e in wresting trades and hand crafts from their brothers and husbands are daily noted I saw today the announcement that a woman was now filling a place as brakeman on a western railway This fact Is told with a hysterical sob of triumph as though when this ener getic young person laid her hand on the brake she had dealt a fatal blow at the foe of her sex and had made for herself a long stride upward in the scale of being In our national exhibitions too there 1s always a womans department where statues pictures soaps confectionery etck made by our sex are ex hibited apart to prove that women are as skillful with their fingers as men I confess I do not understand this modernwomanhuman like the man Has she not the same fingers eyes and tongue She is not a monkey nor a freak that her cleverness should he trumpeted pubjlCA man when he invents a new plow jojf paints a picture does not shout out cIA mana man has done this Not a woman See how superior the male of the race is to the female But we American women of late years never weary of boasting of the doings ofour sex and especially on likethet It is true that at the close of the civil war our women were forced to compete with men for work and wages in every part of the field of labor They had to make splace for themselves then as wageearners 01 starve It was no wonder that they l yere aggressive and sharp during that time But why squabble and fight now The whole field is open to them AU- f the fences are down There is not 3U w I believe a single honest occupa tion by which a living can be earned t I which is not open to a capable decent woman tp try for it Men give her a fair field and much favor Whether she chooses to drive a garbage cart or write historic novel they invaria lyare kinder to her endeavors and applaud her more loudly than if she were a man Why then this incessant defiant assertion of womans achievements and possibilities This constant noisy boasting seems to be akin to the loud cackling in the barnyard of a henover each newlaid e laidhbefore Another mistake it seems to me is made by my energetic young sister errandIi to ke If alive She slnzss11Ch rlrge ans over her success as a doctb r china painter or sales woman4nJ8natu lly in her need ofmoney so thankful to have work to do and so glad that she can do it that she begins to think that when she was sent into the world to work was to be her highest occupatio- nIt is not true There is not a fiber in her body nor an impulse in her nature which does not show that the real primary business in life is to be a homemaker the comrade of a man and the mother of his children God in His wisdom may have denied her that highest and best work but whatever else she may do she knows in her heart that it is the highest and the best A southern woman the other day rated her sisters of the south sharply because they utook it for granted that no woman is a wageearner except Prom necessity and that when thene cessity is removed she would gladly return to her old vocationthat of the lily of the field And why not The vocation of the lily of the field is to be fair and sweet to make one little place on Gods earth brighter and fitter for His sight and to repro duce its kind to do the same work when it is dead The woman who makes her home a center of help and intelligence and high endeavor who brings forth chil dren and fits them in that home for their future life has done enough She does not need to earn a single dollar in any way to justify her right to live As for the woman who voluntarily gives up her birthright Uto keep house and be a joyful mother of ch- Urenin order that she may busy herself with public work she is precisely in the position of that mad English peer of whom we all read a few years ago who turned his back on his birth right castles title and revenues in order that he might tramp on the high road grinding a handorgan for a dancing monkey She is choosing the meaner part in her ambition to exploit herself before the public No club work is as honorable or helpful as a gentlewom ans management of her home and fam ily nothing that her talents enable her to give to the worldwhether book or statue or lecturewill ever be as important or powerful an influence in it as a living child This is not a pleasant subject but when we read that the births of chil dren of native American parents have fallen off onehalf In certain northern states in the last two decades it sure ly is worth our consideration As men go the native American is a wholesome good bit of that human stuff which makes up humanity The world seems to need him just now If he is not to be born into it I doubt whether the books or charitable work given to it by childless American worn en will fill his place There is one pleasant fact however which cheers and comforts us in all these doubts and dangers That Is that the large majority of American women have kept their footing dur ing all the struggles of their sex since the close of the civil war They have earned money when It was necessary to do Itbut they have not raised moneyearning to the highest place among the achievements of life They have been shrewd amused listeners to the feminine wrangles in clubs and newspapers but are themselves usual ly silent and unpublished Occasion ally they have exerted the power of dumb resistance with most salutary effect as when for several decades they have silently refused to claim the right of suffrage They are best known by what they do not do They prefer to live in homes not in boarding houses and ho tels They are not childless mothers nor divorced wives They find no higher code of truth to teach their lit tle ones than that which Jesus brought to the world They do not replace it by the sharp worldly wisdom of Confucius or the vague yearnings of Buddhism They answer all argu ments by the question Who has led man so far upward as Christ and go on quietly teaching their children the Sermon on the Mount You call them oldfashioned and commonplace perhaps But they are eminently sane One of the strongest roofs of their sanity is that they are content to be women and not imi tators of men and that they still keep In their lives that charm of modesty and aloofness which the noisy minor ity of our women have so foolishly thrown aside Sharp Practice Andre Autard who makes John D Rockefellers wigs is a plump and elegant Frenchman with thin black hair a rich black mustache and black and sparkling eyes Autard has a shop in the best quar ter of Paris Here all the world goes to be shaved ondulated massaged And here an American talked to the great hairdresser about the exorbitant duty that Mr Rockefeller had to pay on his last wig It was sharp practice said Au tard in the fluent English that he learned in London To compel Mr Rockefeller to pay such a duty was hardly honest Sharp practice it was like the way I was treated in my aPi prenticeship When I was learning bartering I applied for a post in Lon don The patron engaged me at a cer tain wage and at the end of our talk he said Of course it is understood that you speak both French and English Yes sir I responded quickly and Dutch also t We have no dealings with Dutch ijni ere said the terefore twlll ik hit d olf that salary t J tu- c CHIEF UNITEDt STATES FORESTERij1 note by Moffett Studio Chicago Gifford Pinchot chief of the government forestry service recently submitted his annual report to congress telling of the work of his department Among other things he recommends an immediate increase of the force of damagingforestfiresdd H UMAN MO UITO MAN BLAMED FOR EPIDEMIC SEEMS PERFECTLY HEALTHY St Louis Resident Is Said to Distrib ute the Germs of Typhoid Although He Does Not Suffer from the Disease St Louis The case of a man who seems to be a sort of human mosquito In that he carries typhoid germs as the mosquito carries yellowfever germs with little inconvenience to himself but to the great danger of everyone coming in contact with him is puzzling physicians at the City hos pital The case was first unsuccessfully treated at the United States marine hospitals in Kansas City and St LouisThe patient is Christopher James Moore He was in the navy ten years He left the service five years ago and has been knocking about the country sinqe It was while he was serving as a cook in Kansas City that the med ical profession learned of his peculiar constitutionFour ago he was taken ill with typhoid fever He was treated at the arine hospital in Kansas City and discharged there as cured two months later He then went to work in a restaurant in Kansas City He had been in the restaurant three days when a number of the employes of the place and some of its customers as well were stricken with the fever The health ciepartmentbegan an in vestigation after the number of vic tims had reached nine Moore was brought back to the Marine hospital and examined It was found that although seem ingly in perfect health Moores bloqd was infected with typhoid germs He was held in the hospital for a week and then sent to St Louis to be treated at the Marine hospital there Moore was admitted to the City hospital Tuesday He said he was feeling fine and his complexion was clear and his eyes bright Wednesday and Thursday he was in the labora tory of the hospital while the surgeons subjected his blood to many different testsThe physicians say that the man is updoubtedly carrying around with him typhoid germs in great numbers Why he is not prostrated himself they say they cannot understand The physicians believe his condition to be so dangerous to others that noth ing he touches is permitted to be touched by any other patient before it is thoroughly sterilized Moore is in the best of spirits and says he never felt better In his life His tempera ture Thursdaywas slightly above nor mal and for that reason he was put tobedMoore is a finelooking specimen of manhood He is six feet in height and weighs close to 200 pounds and is well developed He was born 38 years ago In San Francisco and ran away to sea when a youth Cats by Thousands for Orient Washington Five thousand cats whose sole mission in life or rather In their nine lives henceforth is to serve as rat destroyers in fair Japan have been shlppeff from Chicago The purpose of this curious feline Invasion is to aid In fighting the plaguewhich Is spread by rodehtSi According to information received at the bureau of manufactures in this city from John H Snodgrass American consulat Kobe Japan further shipments of cats will be madet from this country r l y Law Limits HapinfLejriflth Salem OreA hill prohibiting the jfearing Nof hatpinsflix axceanr often inches has been passed by the state legislature r TYPHOID DEATH ROLL BIG Physician Estimates Fatalities from Disease Each Year at 28000 Washington Typhoid fever causes an average death roll of 28000 per sons annually in this country accord ing to Dr Frederick R Green of Chi cago secretary of the committee on medical legislation of the American Medical association Ninetyfive per cent or more of these deaths are preventable said Dr Green Nearly every one of these deaths can be traced to polluted water supply That is one of the things the committee on medical legislation is most vitally interested in The fed eral government should have control of the navigable streams of the coun try in this matter just as it now has authority over the streams in the mat ter of removing obstructions to navi gation We are working for this and success will crown our efforts in time Right here in Washington within the last six months a physician who has been investigating the Potomac river water lost his life from ty phoid contracted during his investigation If pollution of navigable streams were prevented more than 25000 lives would be saved each year It is cer tainly worth making i ttort to urge legislation on this subject URGES PROVISIONS FOR SUICIDES One Advocates Government Park Where Despondent Can Die New YorkAbraham London who was a philosopher if he was nothing else in this life left the following bits and musings among other writings before ending his life by inhaling gas In his little room In West Twenty fourth street he wrote much and when his body was found it was apparent he had thought long and carefully about his death Here are a few strange excerpts from his writings I am lonely and despondent I am tired wandering around the roaring streets of New York The only hope is to find rest in another world I wish no ceremonies over my body I want it burned Do with the ashes as you please Throw them back to the earth from which they came It is a mans duty to help nature to fightagainstI cant quite understand why the Divine Power allows cripples to live The United States ought to have a large crematory and have the bodies of all those who die burned and should also establish a large park where those who are despondent can go to end their lives HUNTS KIN TO MAKE GIFT W J Wands of Washington Has Es tate touyJli Away Joplin Mo Feacing th the may die without having made provision forth disposal of his property and being unable to locate flying relatives William J Wands of Sprague Lin wrtttenlPostmasterhope of locating Miss Meryeterrnan Eugene E Nanse orva man named Odell who resided In this city ten years ago They were friends of his and Mrs canDehis will that his property be divided amongst them Wands formerly lived here for a brief time and later wen west He says his property Is valued at tore than 4000 arid that he can think of no earthly person to whom to leave it unless those mentioned in his letter are located Efforts have been madeby the local post office force to aid Wands vih his s arch but no trace can be found ot the much wantedpeople I I Clark County INCORPORATED CortstruetibiiCo I t Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year mersas On applecatjon f Methods tie solicit the construc fJdconditionsvate streets or alleys Crashed and Building Stone Always on Sale andSandsame in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a 3 specialty and satisfaction guaranteed i c Peoples State Bank CAPITAL SIOOOOQ agojustion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been ourdepositorsenroll risen names every week We want yours You cordially inted to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to business- J M HCUGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President lVVINCHESTER NEWS IN BAD NOTES EASILY DETECTED Almost Impossible to Impose Upon Handlers of Money Incidentally it is interesting to note that the skill which enables one to de teqt a counterfeit comes not from a study of counterfeits but from a thor ough and unconscious familiarity with the genuine If a man were pointed out to you and you were told that some day another who much resembled him would try to Impose upon you you would be pretty apt to fix his features in your mind you would not spend any time looking at other people who looked something like him would you And the moment the impostor appeared you would note that in this that or the other particular he failed to meet the details of the other mans face and figure Just so it is in the detection of counterfeits A skillful teller in a bank counting money rap Idly will involuntarily throw out a note which in the slightest degree departs from the wellknown pattern which Is so strongly impressed on his mental vision That Involuntary act will nearly always prove to have been justified for the bill in 49 cases out of 20 will prove to be a counterfeit It is because of this fact that when a re quest is received from some one to loan him a collection of counterfeits for the instruction of his cashiers he is advised to have the young men study the genuine carefully and there will be no trouble in detecting the bad notes National Magazine BOY ROSE TO THE SITUATION Quick Wit and Intelligence Displayed by Youngster His parents are convinced that Clarence will be a great man the only doubt Js whether it will be as a statesman Aor scientist He is only four ye rsold and their confidence isI based largely on one Incident The boy never told of it and it would have been lost to history if a neighbor had not bea a chance witness Clarence lives in the suburbs and has a cat and kittens One day he went into the yard next door with pneIof the little ones to play There big pile of brushwood here and he If shoved his pet into a hole in this She crawled so far back that all his ef forts to get her out were vain Fpulledlicking strength for this he resorted to cunning Running home he soon returned with the mother cat He shoved her into the hole after her off spring and she soon came out with the little one between her teeth Clarence bore them both home in triumph Made His Diagnosis What diagnosis did the doctor make of your wifes illness 1 Said she is suffering from overworklIs Ttliat so Yes he looked at her tongue and reached his decision immediately r Happy Manners f l ofIgenius or of love now repeated and hardened into usageEmerson Pro Road can cost the Far much asi a poor one i are all THE VERY BEST 0 Have any of onrreaders seen tfcsf eeri copy of the Cincinnati Weeklj PapSend tc r pose than to note its present great thingthatand home the happiest Ci oo earthrThe editor by asking its readto criticise and suggest improte ments and following advice this obtained is enabled to produce ipaper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father reachinirthat JsupremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the Income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds idAhearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged to planlugIThe Grand Idea being that icc Aa are our Homes so will be the Com 0 munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non LpreachedPastor Chas 1 Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tens righteousllivinglife that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the cnani Imous verdict of its readers being U cleanest and best family IWeekly known to them v copies may be had writingto the 1QICmcmnatiO Hearty OldTime Meal jPepys Diary My wife hadjFrom a very fine dinner viz AS dish of marrow bones a leg of lmu ton a loin of seal a dish of fowl three pullets and two dozen of larks all lxu a dish a great tart a neats tongue t prawnsISecure In Her Position lWhen a woman wears a becoming gown it is easy enough for Heve tojit she doesnt care much about clothesrSaccharinwpound derived from toluene aooo Fmodity f sugar t r J 7 r J i TREWfNCHESTEK NEWS i YM41NU QOD ROAD c Ground on Which It Is to Be Built t Must Be Drained IS MOST IMPORTANT iSHAPING lint of Finished Highways Should t BV In Cross Section Shallow Curve- r Shallow Truncated ConeHow tov Grade Materials to Use Today a good road must be surveyed It must circle or wind its way up hills 1n8td of mounting them in defiance ofthe laws of gravity Itshould not f9llow the primitive settlers path orI the track of his cow It must avoid creeks and swamps and everywhere Ite grade should be foreseen with nearly as much care as is used on a rail road As a chain Is no stronger than Its Weakest link just so t greatest load thefdeepest mudhole or up the steepest hill on that road The cost of haulage is t therefore necessarily increased in pro portion to the roughness of the surface or the steepness of the grade This cost may easily be reckoned directly ln time loss of temper and wear and 4tear on the horse Indirectly it amounts toI to s thousands of dollars fine ground on which the road is to be built m st be drained This is va riously done according to different cir reIing lower than the bed of the road receive the water from its surface as well as from Its body Ohllls no Mthankyoumaams or biTks or hummocks should be con cted but instead the road should sloped eo that the water will run the Efde channels or if n necessary led to them by broad shallow Itches cut diagonally across Underground culverts from the uphill to the downhill side of the road should be built at frequent Intervals oraprngy as well as M COXTBAST BETWEEN JJS OLD AND A MOD Emf ROAD surface drainage Is an absolute neces sity Dry roadbeds are as essential for good roads as dry powder forsue cessful fighting If water Is allowed to get at the foundation of the road it undermines freezes and eventually loosens the soil Everybody who has floundered huh high through spring mud knows that this Is only too true Bubdralns are in the end inexpensive They may be constructed of field Bfcbne of logs or fagots of wood or trundles Of brush of brick or best of all of tHe and stone The general jot all roadbeds 1 Iwellas of all finished highways should be in cross section a shallow coneyYhdrainage lies the superiority of the modern over the Roman road The aim today is to build a hard smooth well graded and well drained water proof and compact pavement on which Wheeled vehicles may travel in safety and With speed One inch to the foot IB successful curve The preliminary grading after the stumps and large stones have been re moved and the general smoothing has been done Is accomplished by meaH8 of the road machine which may be adjusted so as to spread the earth shave It away at the desired angles and roughly whittle the bed to the required form By it also the side ditches are partly dug out A road thus crowned or rounded off even If nothtngTOdr ts done to If win give better service than Its cld fiat un flrnlncd pre eeef sor Ybe next step Ss te roil the road with a heavy steam or horse roller tmIthe surface Is firm and hard aipenai1utifIwe keep the wash Vim seeping through and ipr r JiBtefal rats and washouts It mnaft Abe done Income country tst trtoere the ap ropriKtioa is scant ttaffle Is now ad mittM and alrhcmich this earth road fc tlft east permanent Wytiway made ret Itffe i rd4Iy better than the fcrnfcr UHJifcir Ktl Waft ungraded qragon tsiak Oo rBad1bt ira will amta 1rlnJO haPre nnelrI sorts of mt rlahi have been jswerfn the eonstructfoa of highways Where stone Is too costly some top tressing rolled firmly to tends to pro- Dr ton SfuF e clay alone Is t1ttmr t4bloS hf mixed In t eprper proportions Jiowfrver they make An ex J t cellent Burface Sawdust tanbark the refuse of sugar cane straw flag and swamp gras have all been successful y u6lbediIn the stone road the process as far as it goes Is exactly the same The roadbed must be surveyed graded drained shaped and rolled In general two kinds of stone road are in teItordnamedfirst made practical application of their principles In both broken stone Is rolled to a compact curved bed fit tingly drained The main difference is subpaveImentsmaller courses of gravel are spread and crushed In both cases the stones must be fairly uniform and angular so as to fit together under pressure To cement this mass water and stone screenings but never earth or clay are rolled into the surface The qualities required of gravel to be available for constructing a macadam or a telford road are above all hardness and toughness Stones con taining flint or quartz for instance tire bad because although hard they are brittle Most kinds of granite are undesirable since they decompose rap idly but the darker one containing hornblende instead of feldspar are better Slate and sandstone are useless Some limestones are good but the best material is traprock This is hard and tough In case enough trap cannot be of an inferior stone may be used underneath and the trap for sur facing A stone road thus carefully con structed is an expensive undertaking but once built It is there for all time and serves all comers Over a good road the traffic increases year by year The Dutch boy who stopped a flood by thrusting his arm into the hole in the dike understood the principle of water wear This same principle applies to roads as well1 as to dikes Once a channel Is started destruction is sure to follow A wheel rut cutting into an unforeseen soft spot or a patch of loos tined stones may If unmended be the beginning of hundreds of dollars of waste Nothing deteriorates so rapidly as a neglected road and few things arc so easy to maintain in perfect condition if slight continual painstaking inspection Is allowedJtO rule In some southern states especially those in the valleys of the Mississippi and its tributaries burnt clay roads have been used IThe process is simple The clay roadbed 3s 1owed up and roosted over open wood fires much as bricks are baked The gumbo j or t tmckahot7 thus loses a good deal of Its water and when mixed with un cooked clay and then thoroughly rolled forms a smooth and durable surface William Leavitt Stoddard in Youths Companion ASPHALT IN ROCK ROADS theIro are suggestions rJaently made in Washington by Aiszl L Barber who has spent his life in the asphalt business applyIespecially in the vicinity of cities where motor cars as in Jackson coun ty Mo nre beginning to wear out the highways Macadam has not stood up under the tremendous grinding of the heavy high speed cars and the Massachu setts highway commission and the federal government are conducting ex periments to find a substitute Mr Barbers suggestion made at the annual meeting of the Independent As phalt association in Washington Is that the problem could be solved by laying a strip of asphalt in the middle of a macadam road Taking the aver age cost of making a sixteen foot mac adam roadway at 10000 a mile Mr Barber estimated the total cost of a strIpi000 a mile an increase of 30 per cent Horses can be driven on the mac adam as now If desired Mr Barber said Motorcars the road Is clear will have an ideal surface in the middle equal to a billiard table with no ruts or lumps to look out for When the ears meet they may slow down and turn out so as to run upon the macadam only on one side and lot a few feet and when rain first falls on- the asphalt making It slippery they can run with one side on the pavement and one side on the macadam to avoid skidding When on the strip of pavement In the middle they will cause neither dust nor Wear Finally and if no other advantage were to be gained farmers can haul on loadImatter in favor of the asphalt strip Mr Barber expressed the opinion that the federal government ought to foriroads to be apportioned to states pro rIdIng three times the amours re ceived New System of Roadmaking A new system of oadmaking Which l1t is claimed will stand the Wear and motorIbe tried on a more extended scale by Engishort lengths of road and after four years hard use the road shows mo in of wear It is made with small grnnttti sets three and a half to three and threequarter inches laid in inter sectinff circles Thfs method of pav lug is said to be much more econom granwcouncil the is ttfjbe tried oaa length of MllftrVc between Iccrfng ton ah H sHUaenl CHESAPEAKE k OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 842 a m No 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 925 p m Westbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p m No 23 Daily 438 p ID LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound- No 37CincinnatiKnoxville lb JaI 10 00 a m No CincinnatirJacksonvillt imited 1057 a m No 9MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati conectiok at Paris irrives at 632 departs at 635 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limite 1123p mrNorthbound TRAIN SCHEDULE No 34 Atlanta Cincinnati limit 506 a m No 10 StanfordMaysville locaf cone ng at Paris for Cincinnat 723 a m Nd KnoxvilleCineinnati lo elf arrives 250 departs 253 p m No JacksonvilleCincinnati limited 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Winchester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily except Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No2I No4 Daily JDaiij Stations PM AM jv 1735Wmchester Clay City 350 9OL Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 93S Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 44795L Beattyville June 530 1017 Atholrrrrrr 537 1045 0 K Junction 6 05 11 lo Jackson 610 1120 Westbound iDailytDaily Sun N91I4NO31No5 AM1 PMJAM- jv Jackson 6 10 2 20 7 00 O K Junc 615122511705 Athol 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 7 30 3 41 8 15 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton June 748 357 82b Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 4 35 9022 L E June 900 507 931 Winchester 912 5 20 94r ArLexington 9 55 605 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E Junction =Trains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Alt Sterling Campton Junction Trails Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nos and 4 will connection with the L1 A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctonTrains Nosw4 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City KvM and way stationsW MDOWELL Qenl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE WinchfisterBanlf r f WINdHEsrER KY NH WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YbURteL JRAUITS 1vc 4 Jt Work Is the Divine Spur Work is a necessity if you Wow develop the best that is in you It It the divine spur that compels a man tc unfold his possibilities oy conquering thenemtei61iucc ss and Happiness Tire For i More I Printing are we in t t Started IFire With Coal Oil in the northwest part of the city Charles was burned so badly that he died his wife suffered injuries that caused her a short time after the three sons Fred 9 years old Edward 5 years Sold and Harold 2 old were hrjured Mr Teagley held the oil cation his hind which he poured oil In the stOYrTh ran ex ploded the blazing roil flying or his and that of flis wife and sons who were near liiis Spend Much on Patent A New York druggist that the people ot spent 3980000 each year fonpatent medicines tsa wifes tenderness with s husband Is by the same Instinct which makes her proud of anything she gets st abargaJa eoun ter Atchlpon Globe t Of Art Artists may designs but they will avafl little unless the 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Voices The squirrel fish has acquired Its 4 name owing to the sound made by the fish when taken from the water which resembles the bark of a squirrel The sea horse which is quite common t tlong the Atlantic coast emits a very Sungdayn An Old Friendy oldlaimlonedspike bark when the child has V cold 1 AtftHisori Glol A t Hard Task for Some Considering whit bad features some Individuals have It Is not surprising rthatther cannot keep their fact straight SuhscrlDi for q s r T I 1 7rwTIq 1 1t I q j I kirPIMI I THE WINCtiEITER NEWS 1 4iBILLY SUNMY HORSEWHIPPED or l tsAttackeby iI Religlous y Fanatic lxv f FI6IIrS WITH 1SSAIIANI Y ProfessIonalfous Bruises on Face In Encounter i With Man WBq Gives His Name as j Sherman Potts and Admits Having t jj BcenInAs1IumCIaIms Act Was e rn pefcjiice qf Womanly Virtue 1 i Springfield Ill r b27rROV W 17 A Sunday better known las Billy Sunday a former baseball player who F Hrt Is an evangelist was horsewhipped by a religious fanatic at the Sunday L i tabernacle yhere In the presence of 80OQ persdns he was conducting the tSiII Viyal r IThe evangelist had just made his i i i iopening remarlcs and was leaning t against the pulpit on an elevated plat form while a hymn was sung by his choir leaders when a powerful man 4 whO said his name was Sherman oi sprang forward with a buggy whip and struck Mr Sunday several k v terrific blqwsfS 1 and dashed at liis assailant whom he knocked down The audience was on the verge of panic with women weep r Ing and children screaming while r Pofts rahd Sunday tumbled in the aisleI Fischer the cl oir leader d rected the choir arid the aUdienqe to L sing and in a few moments the en tire audience was calmed few leav Ing their seats Several men soon I seized Pptts and they held him until pbllcemeth came Mr Sunday suffered veral painful bruises from the buggy whip The prisoner said his home was b imUe eat of Livingston tIt According to his statements at the jail he was one declared insane and committed to the Jacksonville asylum whence F rleleasedSpringfield from Decatur to hprse I whip Sunday that he had purchased t a whip in Springfield and went to the tabernacle early r He made e attack he said indo N febse of tile virtue of women which he d clared had been criticised by the evangelise The police say Potts is a religious fanatic IflNDSCHARGES TRUE Committee Says Money Used to Der SS feat Prohibition Aftiencfment Charleston W Va Feb 27TheF senate committee appointed to con eider charges that 110000 had been used last year to defeat the prohibi tion amendment to the constitution and that 1000000 had been or could fce raised this year for the same pur pose made its report The committee failed to ascertain what amount of money was raised but specifically declared that money was used to de feat the amendment The report declares that some of those who posed as ardent temper ance workers were playing Dr Jekyll kai Mr Hyde It alleges that a mem b rot the Judiciary committee was o t ed3000 to kill the prohibition amendinent in committee and 50fld tor hisVot on the floor of tile senate Coeducation Abolished New York Feb 27 Coeducation atr Wesleyan university of Middle town Conn wap abolished at a spe cial meeting of the trustees of the in stitution The action Is the result of thlong continued opposition of the fundergraduates of the institution I t FATHER TAKES REVENGE Shoots Handcuffed Assailant of ct Daughteiaid Then Surrenders Birmingham Ala Feb 27 While iii handcuffed and sitting in the sheriffs r office at Bessemer Jim Brown a nee and instantly killed by ifamesftoblnson white father of the L girFthe negro attempted to assault The attack occurred without warn Ing Robinson firing four loads into 11r the negro before deputies standing near could interfere Robinson SUK i rendered Fd Russian Newspaper Fined MOSCOW Feb 27The newspaper LI k Zhign was finpd 1500 for printing r4I Count ofstois latest article against j 1 1 inflictiQ of the death penalty entitled No Evil Without Good i ACQIJITTDk I i i Coroner RInds He Killed Christy In i SelfDefense i Toledo OFeb 27 Frank Me fiugh the f rmer lig twIl1ttpugiUst Il1 wha shOt and killed y Saturday nighfc was exonerated by J Coroner Henzeler and relealed Chrls tt had followed McHugh two squires i making threats before thihot- 4wJr 18 w4 rChI9A1p4S Cii8 QOerXt J J 3trThe bica 1i2 h American league biueball cluble- i f f here oni4pCil traIn oyerthtOI e oigoi softkwern onI 1t IlC rafli5trito Cthf rnla iia i t l 4s 4Sr Kl t 1 4rl di Jlf itfij J M tc t v r rt ta i ttp t4 tp W J FS1a tot t I c SItartsDurinqthj Recent 2V Storms JTO v Mayor Hughes started at force of men to work on cie nngthe streets Saturday morning The work was begun several days ago iUt on ac count of the recent rainsit had to be suspended for a fqwdays5By Sat ll t compJde by Sunday i THREATS TOE LANDLORDS Notifiedto Remove Alleged Objection able Tenants at Campton or the Houses Will Be Dynamited CAMPTON Kv Feb 27inumber of persons who own Chouses in this city to rent have received notices mailed at this place signed Cifi zens of Caniptou statin that unless hey remove parties of alleged ques tionable character and persons who are reported to be running blind tigers that the buildings will be destroyed by dynamite They are giv en ten days to complyTThere is no the notes and the owners of the property are considerably worried as sev ral of the tenants have paid rent aorsaU THE PARCELS POjST r Ther jsa bill noXvbefore Congress to establish a Parcels Post 9Mie in tent and purpose of the measure is to improve the trade relations be tween the merchants at the central postoflfice andtliepatrbns of the rural routes The carrier may carry parcels fclfat weigh 11 pounds for 5 cents for the first pound and 2 cents for the next 10 pounds making 25 cents for an elevenpound package Under the present law onlyx pounds can be sent by mail and that cost 1 cent per ounce or 16 cents per pdt nd The bill is opposed by the Mail Or der Houses because it would effect their interests There is valid reason why the law should not be enacted AZBILLAND STROSSMAN DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP To Take Effect March I Both Gentlemen Continue in Business The well known fire insurance ag ency of Azbill and Strossman have dissolved partnership to take effect the first of March Mr Strossman will take up thereal estate business and continue to write insurance and Mr Azbill will also continue in the fire insurance business Dream of Grouchy Man Landlord W J Akersis authority for this story told a few days ago by Congressman Adam Bede during i brief sojourn in the city Its about a man who got up wrong foot foremost refusing to respond to his wifes cheerful greeting and working himself up into a qullen fury for no reason at all Did you sleep well dearT she sweetly asked all unaware of his huff Sleep nothing exclaimed the grouch I did nothing but dream Af How nice she giggled I won der TJusttoo TAndshe ruthlessly pursued her inquiry Dreamed you ran away with a follow he growled Yes And And I was wondering what Jn thunder he was running forCleve land Leader- Police Dogs Useful In Parks In the Amsterdam and Haarlem parks and woods the police dog is invaluable aid has already saved many a woman and child from molestation The idea that such dogs are about causes a wholesome dread in the minds of wouldbe criminals It is hoped that The Hague will also soon be favored with canine additions to the police force for the extensive parks and woods are often rendered dangerous by tramps and other undEr sirable individuals hDeYnds Art en Billboards Charles M Bowman a councilman of Wilkesbarr has achieved fame by defending theatricat bfllhoards In a speech which turned the tide In the city council that seemed setting against these prominently pervasive objects he said Where I say where ciui you get finer art than sn sam 6t the billboards These picturM ex cel in beauty the paintings of Benja MichaelEy iTANE8 WANT oADVERTISEMEIIlfjI j f jtirt tct st+ f j N 1l1ltJV i 5JL r tIMEIn1IopoF tIciii PROBABLE f Secretary Clark thinks Tlwe is No Danger o5ff Low Priets v Sriis Year i t LEXINGTOI Ky F4 27 AS ecretaryJDClarkof County Burley Tobacco Society stysfthe biggest tobacco crop on Kentucky wiUhe Raised this year That such willvprove trueJis indj catcd by the demand on the part qf farmers for all liidsof extra land tobacco barns and other ncessaiySeauipment The acreage pr be pNewc talitisready being made r It is realized thpt it will taka cropH anda half to even matters up r fiesultKentuckytsuch An overproduction asv would tend to depress pries but bii the other hand believe that gQOd prices will prevail even with a big crop ind the totalabsence ol a pool Secretary Clark says that ffom what observation he has rbeenjt able to ake no one need fear low prices uptoledge as to the actual facts about supply and demand is now obtain leL which was not the case one or two years ago Secretary Clark says cOnlandwlll be used this year and oveiy Available piece of other spar land to tobacco fans Much Jo Lexington The1big loose leaf handling houses will Ja thrivinr business in the fall Stricter rules will bp drawn regarding grading and handlin ano the whole business will be pufc on an improved basis He says there isnp danger of Ken tuckysJldsing her place as the leading State in ihfe Union in the raising of tobacco Former tecordsDromise to be broken with extensive margji At present the Burley Loose Leaf Warehouse is being used exclusively for the reception and storage of Equity tobacco in Lexington pending final disposal and Secretary Clark and assistants are working with a mad rush getting the tobacco in 145000 Distributed More than 145000 wdrthf Fey = ette county tobacco has been deliver ed and paid for so far and Secretary Clark says that is not onerthird of the entire amount j Every effort willbeiima eto expe dite matters so that the growers will get the remainder of money for heir tobacco as soon as possible lDIANA GOING DRY Underthe County Unit law of In diauaIw ntyfive elections have been held Twentyfour Qf the twentyfive counties have voted Gibson and Carroll counties votel Friday and both gave large majorifies for noVli c ense ct MR CE GEAnYlS ILLf Mr O r eary off Dodge is rery ill of stoma lI trouble ADDITIONAL SOCIETY Invitation to Inch Party Tjie Y P M Sof the Methodist church ming tit pleasure and pelf in searcli Do here inviterthe short and the tlill o niensUJinQarlyne andallfl hey only as that yptr rive of r IueasureThree cents for each foot in height tlmt your measure And ofpad inches if by chance thero benny For each oddirich you will please give a penny C f And if to fun Vo3 rcincliJed At our entertainment you will n11 jForiAtl avenue is the place UMonday e enm March first to JLWeEven should March come in like ali But if pad to say yon cannot atiYour Measure olease take and ithe pennies to us send t1 We omise of it all pOea uto 11lWill use TICKETS ON SALE JR Tickets on sale at the ilartmCe Drug Company Get your seats served now for the Lyceum Crr concert at thepuera houset Mondj night March 1t2274tT- HE W8kia1 3 Ji r i t y t t SUES FORaDIVORCEON ABANDONMENT GRWJNDF Edwin T Shipp Seeks Aid of Courts To Secure Release From Marriage Bond dPARISdivorce was entered jas of record intthe Bqurbon Circuit Court yesterday that lbe of wide interest in Cen tral Kdhtueky The ltiintiff is Ed n T Shipp a traveling salesman oT a large Eastern shoe manufact u rer and the defendant his wife Mrs Elizabeth Shipo Until a little ipyer one year ago Mrs Shipp resid 5e d here whore she was ver popular Shipp making extended trips otitii and West in the interest of his rm Mrs Shipp who is a very attrac iV woman was a native of Massa chusetts and is now taking a course a trained nurse in a Baltimore ospital The petition which was leaby attorneys MclIillan and Tal bott alleges abandonment WILL OCCUPY NEW CAPITOL JUNE I EEANKFORT Ky Feb 27Con inteIiorfurugs tto be used at the new capitol were signed yesterday by the members of the commission and the work must be completed and the decorations must be finished within ninety days after the contracts have been signed This means that the State officers will move into the capitol about June upjllTHE TAFT CABINET The completed Cabinet of President Taft is shown below Secretary of State Philander Chase ICnpx of Pennsylvania Secretary of the Treasury Frank Jill M ceVagh of Illinois Secretary of WarJacob V Dick nson of Tennessee Attorney General George W Wickersham of New York Postmaster General Prank H Hitchcock Massachusetts t NavvGeorgT011 Secertary of the Interior Richard A Ballinger of Wasliington Secretary of Agriculture James ilson of Iowa f Secef tary of Commerce arid Labor rCharles Kagel of Missouri THE BRADLEY SPECIAL The Bradley Special the official train of Kentucky to the Inaugural ceremonies at Washington March 4th will pass through this city at 1 300 lock on March 2nd Anum her of the promineht Republicans of this city and county will leave on the specialto attend the ceremonies The at2iW9 o p arnw irthWashington at 8 oclock 4huij iMws WANT- ADVERTIMNT COUNTRY HAMS For sale fine country hame at 17 cents a pound S Renaker C- o227St CATHOLIC INSTITUTE 4FIREFlamesof About 20Opot T i f Special to The News COLUMBUS 0 Feb 27Firc the plant of the Cali dth institution this morning othe extent of twenty thousanb dolr lars I ARRANGING FOR FURNITURE The joint Building Committee of the Kof Pand Fand A M fra ternity buildinsr met Friday night to confer with Mr W S Duty about equipping shelves show cases etc Nothing relative to the furnishing oi the store room except a discussion was done THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE A French scientist Las discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood re builds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to wettk sick and de biliated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me en tirely Only 50c at Phillips Drug Company PUBLIC SALE 1OO JERSEYS TENNESSEE AND VIRGINI- ABREEDINGSEVERAL ARE REGISTEREDAT TAY LORS STOCK YARDS Wednesday March 3 Afternoon Sixty are fresh with young calv balance yearlings and twoyeasojd Several of them are bred25wsare giving from four to five gallons per day and a record of two pounds of butter per day Covite are now in Winchester ready for inspection This lot of cows are the finest we have ever offered v S C CARPENTER ilillersburg D F BROWN Tennessee FOR RENJr2 rooms with fMRS ESUJSTIN Alabama st 71 IiAt a sale of pB Poeryebruary 26 I will sell firstclass Jersey dairy cows Half are resHfSnd others will be soon Will also sell privately 25 lambing ewes and I buck Tl L BE- D2193tPriSatMon j FOR SALEA good work horse Ap ply at News office or call 655 225tfiWANEDTenant to grow 15 acres of tobacco must give references Address B the News office 2253t Special Clearance SalenA Special 5 days ofHighGrade Mens SHOES AND HATS DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY he tSample Shoe Store24 North Main Street 1 5a Eagle Casting c1flWINCHESTER KY MANUFACTURERS OF i j Gray Iron Semi Steei Then t Steel AHuminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints L t WE ARE AlSO AGENTSr FOBiAll4cIncIsof Structural Steel Shapes t c fJfj1 PGCORNELVLI f of GnlMan 1 ge i L = e j iii i jj 71 2 ilk CLASSIflC COLiiMNS Classified Ptr Wkii Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents raliidinionth Nothing qounte less thiau 20 wOrds Ifyritein cliargeji on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the cinctime rate For 250 lines or4mor used with one year Scents a line r c l FoR RENT I it q rooni dwelling First ave4is 00 4Ttiom dwelling First 50 5 room dwelling Haggard stC 15 00 6room dwelling Lex avelf 18 00 Groont dwelling Lex avet 15 00 5 room dwelling Winn hv12 50 tJ IKE j JTHE REAL ESTATE MA 5 FOR SALE OR RENT Two J sirfable dwellings btie on Haggard streets the other comer qf Burn and Beckner Y7 P AZBILL 211f1 t LOST Black silk scarf ijound on Maple street somn little tinie ago Owner can have same oyj paying for thh adYeftiseraentvpoycalling on Mr A H Siisoi1 21tf FOR SALE Grocery and meat sh PRyIng business Terms reason ofticI114 tf WANTEDTu take orders for ffink llitirmbalesGOL MAIST BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 054 i1121moFOR SALE Cheap graplioplione ffand bout 30 record J also ilrgs Morning Glory lioni Addie1ST R B ibis Office 1f1A- NTEDSewingW at hor in f 21STaylor avenue f 1rif L fOR SAEIouae ancP tiisalefon t B Qajfway five oItooms g DEpKtJJr WAED To by clean iapjily at The News offlcd 2ritf FOR IiENrAx flat of fosmsw- ith bath gas and water iDB- GLENMOKE COMBS ti r WIRE pENCE I still build U kinds of wire ence It in thamaret for ame write or telep1Qneth11 fo- rjes JOHN A TANNERwn phone 5411fe5kome 2i6tt f flrgnizoctorhCan have same by caIliigattews ofRce and paying for a lre menttfFOR RENTTwo housesV NJ T TAYLOBi 247rtf FOR SALEOld paporse at this office 2164fF- OR to SALE Solid chenfyicdbaard and a folding bed aIiddrss com bined MRS F H DtJDEY228- S jHighland street 2 2Q3t 1 WANTEDDay1boardetsilBS B H BBAMBLETT 14Sl Taple st 226tSI f JFOR RENT150 acrds1 acres corn 10 acres in tobacabi remain der in grass for reritjr vBnyshares CHARLIE LOCKNANE tf 524tA WANTEDA partner topeniier imthisrcityAddress 1 224 llt I- r= F FOR SALE Farni of oi ahrs out of the southern JJ tit fWin chester Ky Has Uiflroom dwelling barn andsolher out jUseUInlocation for suburban Ap pJy toJ NEWT BSMMpj at Peoples State Bank 224 Jt Lo ioojmr5ttotTiisoffice anarecrswrd w ts4 I TRYAEWWMT ft ADVESd DJ fIi J- 3 4 t t fIt 1 j 1f k r 4 t jr