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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ILf JTi wi EzgII f k k iUrIt j 1 ir T it NCIIESTER L jjjS r It t r to i ia iii1iiE I MJRCft 1 1J t i AGENTS A6IPT II CEKTS A Will1r 7 1 ILIIIILITERSARY JDING 0 K OfPt Input Sermon May Morning Hf eel Presbyterian Chu hH Fforty t rect in this Yet while this is true iip order can ever take the place of thV Church of Christ But if you I live up to the niles and regulations df the order practise its systematic way of conducting business you will make splendid material for the church 11 What is the Object of This Order 1Friciidsliip whIch implies a wil lingness to sympathize About a half century ago one Mr Ralhbonc real IL h fIi I1coeSSity Of cu lI1cnH rtlke ll trlsro p cn in bvjjtIioi1yfti friendship began to study a basis Up oh which he could build a structure iii that would serve this purpose and finding nothing that surpassed or ev en equalled the Friendship bohev plcnce and charity of Damon and Pythihs he founded the order upon these three piinciplcs More Or Less DepenJentt 141LAll men arc more or less depend ent None except those with a twistI in their nature can be hermits Nothj ing relieves more a stricken heart than true sympathy and in no char actor is this more beautifully maui fested than in a true Knight except the great heat QL1Lrothorh1oodsu even Jesus our c criiaT friend True friendship implies a readiness to counsel and aid Willing to kelp in time of needthe true friend is he I who loves us for what we are and helps us for our own sakes Many who have fallen through misfortune have been driven to despair by tho coldness of friends But if Knights keep inviolate their obligations they are to rescue the perishing andI send them on their way rejoicing by wise directions and aid in time of necdf True Friendship Implies Constancy Adversity is asgrcal lost of friend shiP1 But the ue friend is he loves mewhatevcr befalls one whoI tunis a deafcar to those ing tongues that poison truth But where are such frionds to be found Js it not written constancy lives in the realms above1 Yes but even Tiinoug men there have been alld2rcI still bright examples Six thousand yearS ago God instituted the mar riage relation and b scdit on con s ancy in love Remove constancy and you breakup homes and destroy all eLitlly happiness The human rjiQC wotmldii longer be Icgminalely psTpfetuated homes would be turned into hitrenis happiness into woe and love ii tohiatnd But charity is a FhcIdibyICughiUioU is magnified becaiise 0 its constancy in friendship beuevo fence and charity Is eoiitammta fiiendship pifesible I Rem will those two beautiful Bible g chatalsUrs Datid and Jonathan It l isIsaid in first Su llS 34 ITlien- Jonathan and DaVd Made A eovcua- ntootisJkwed Wra as his own soul AmlJuathaii mriftped Inmse f oS G Iste robe that wasviipW 14m jiiiuve 1 414k DV44 and hi gietit evei dog sw raudio is fo sod io I I his r Ftd tL This 8 a hlllitj M Ji I U5 M f What was the rc lit Which Jonath an had Crossed e riverDavid liad become king an while holding tins royal position remembered flue friendship of Jt alhan Cand asked Js there yet an that is lost of the house of Saul t t I may show him kindness for nathans sake Mfpliibosheth t lame son of Jo natfian was bIght and given a place at the rp table Jonathan was ready to die r David and David prondcd for Joi bans orphan child friendship uns led and untarnish ed Ytfu know e dtorv of Damon und Pythias D non was captured by time tyrant k g Dionysius the first of Syracuse dio condemned him to death When y thins his friend and brother heai of his capture he went to his rcsc antiiuit himself in bonds in ordc to release Damon that he might bid irewcll to his fain ily Little did t king think he would return bi he did and such friendship boiug manifested both wore set free I these two stone two principles o Knighthood are Demonstrated Ce for your broth Cr and prolectiorfor orphans What On is Doing What is Knigi mood doing In fortyfive years r it was Pub 10 1SG4 that the or r was organized they hvc in reas their membership Prom ton to eight uuidrcd thousand They have spent or sixtyfive million dollars for o benefit of their members their wows and orphans They have over 01 hundred and fifty million dollars 01 nsrrance for the prot2Qof thd widnw and nr hun all iTWJMO JO ljtgin1 lyfor within our own re h even in Lexing ton they have hf thousand dollars invested in a wu vs and orphans hoinc I would be rue to the trust iuumfsctlout me by man but by jthat who conls the destiny of all were Inot to ing to your mind that truest friend ind brother even Jesus our Lord tl Chancellor Join mander of the lodof lleavon Kc neunbom it is lIe it should over be kept prominent in very brotherhood lib is OUlC r Brother and Friend In conclusion le me urge you not to permit thcVcucm of Knighthood to be stained with sincerity nor tar nislfed with a sin deed of corrup tion nor blighted ith poisonous ar rows fron the Unties of pseudo friciuls hut let y6 hag float in the breezes Avth time ords frfoJ1 ship charity nndhc volence written thereupon demonst ting to the world that these three iciplcs are kept inviolate by true K ghts and reuncmnI her that thoughspeak tongues of neii an angels and have charity we loc ne as a sounding brass or a tinklii symbol Now abideth faith hop charity these three but the grc cst of these is charity Ye arc f friends if ye do whatsoever I connn id yofl MONUMENTS ER CONFkD ATE ORAYS Congressman Lang to hitroduce lilrm Congns For That Pur WASlONGTON Iir lRCJrC sentative Langley f Kentucky said Salurday thau it 4iis purposq as soon as the nijw C gross met to in troduce a bill pr filing that the graves of Goufcdei e soldiersli uld have monuments etcd oveftllem n the same n aui r s thcvlawrf6w directs in lhccaso1 veterans of the Union army In jv of the action of Congress two ycih ajjo in maKlng apprbpriatioo r Tnatking thc raves of Gdnfcdces whowdied ii NomLern prsoums r Imn hiyhxm ieves luii liii ihimine hmyj l 2JJUUS KU 4F1 ORDOEj8 ri tOWfI L of Id kihh while t w ter t4J1ii ze 1 It uth 4 TWO EDITORS INDiCTED FOR PRINTING ALLEGED LIBELOUS AKTICIES CONCESNDTG PAHAilA CANAL PURCHASE The IndIctments returned by the federal grand jury in time District of Columbia against Joseph Pulitzer of the New York World and Delavnn Smith of the Indianapolis News charge them wltii having libeled President Roose volt J Charles P Taft Elihu Root Douglas Robinson nnd William Nelson Cromwell The alleged lIbelous statements were made in articles concerning the purchase of the Panama canal property froth the French canal company The articles were the subject of a special message sent by the president to congress Caleb Van Hamm mind Robert H Lyman of the World und Charles R Williams of the IndlanapoUs News also were Isidlcted i H = WILL TURN OWi ANCIENT CUSTOM Taft to Take Oath on CcnturyOUl Bible Now in Possession of the Supreme Court WaShhigton March IWilHam H Taft will take the oath of ofllco as president of the United States on the centuryold Bible which belongs to the supreme court of the United States and by It kept in sacred custody Theta is a tpuch of sontimont in this docision which Mr Taft an nounced with tile statement that had he beoorae a member of the supreme akcnlon to1thedeclined to receive the gifts but his answer has been that it will be im possible for him to recejve them for the purpose iiitonded It has been time custom of past presidents to use a new or an historic Bible in taking their oath ot officio and each lias retained the book thereafter Mr Taft will malto no claim on the Bible of his Choice ana it will go back to the archives of the ancient courtfor wliicRthere are many evidences of a fc vbnt rospedt and a lingering fond ness on time part of Mr Roosevelts successor Preoedant In another ancient inaiig ural dotaI1istp be broken nixt Tjtios day in the Iritontion of Presidont Ropsevolt lofg from the inaugucal ceremonios at time Capitol direct to his train for Oyster Bay andribtVe turn to the White House in time carriage With Mr Taft In this pverit there will boa va cant soat In tho presideintial carriase onjtc roturn to the White Hbu e and itIjnov proposed to Ijave this seat ocp1lViCd y Mrs Taft Thisvdecision however has nqt beenina lehut thai subject is under consideration HOTELS DESTROYED BY 1FlRE I1AWTRNCi3WWKyh- ue 1 GaltIIousa Tbpthm rnQ 0 Qf nip anUWOo4fthI tsjvn royId 1ipt udyMouMmng Humg a t Jr8 whuic 1- jfIfta the t JeRfromrJttJ J l n e 61L iW aai oi1tr R i NEW BRIbE 1 BIR C tRiKi t langIeyvAsks Congress to Give 10 000 For Briclge Across heck River Nears Vienna YAslt G rON Mar 1 Ropro sotuiitivp ijituodiic ed a hill UPIlOJlliHng 10000 for the constructIon rn bridge across time Red River notiir Vienna in this county Vienrm isltpJ Eastern part of tim county 1ti1Yropocd bridge conncct k mind coun cornznorjFCjai BRADLEY SPEI L PASSES TUESDAY Six From Clark County Have Alreatiy Signified Their Intention ToGo j FThe f Bradley Sppcidl conveying Senatorelect llia11 0 Hru lY1lr ROIt1UoltnsfJ1e inaugu ration f President TJaft and where hater Sufol Biadley will take the ioatItofOfT iWlS the junior United iaLi4os Sgnalor rm Jventiicky will jjttthirougiu Wyielysster over thc th11o SitplntTw Qhio rmuihmy4omnor row larch tat 1230 PInr1 l ning as secohd qctloiT of Urn regular F it V Limifed Kchvepn 20d aud30aJtfepiiblidans win zimake tiitrip Theyw It nrr in WasiiugUHr iitlio morniug bf Ma h1aJ1l1 leave Vashing tfinj lpflltl1 Ilgontthc night of Jlurcli 5 ITHTlijVt herT ejutirinriju of the CottmittCQ oiK Arrangomcnfs ajat gitltuckigns f vill Jfaivo heldiimaitImiS itl Ib1e1 ff l ttJm 7 ienes44I4J48 time tri- pi1teaie w J t 4akzanel from th1O i fiu tfd 1oilnflI 11 illICIi t Jt t0 tritr ALL READY FOR THE HEAD CAMP WoodmCfof World Are Preparing at Meeting Here v March 9 rtiAll utIJolitcommi plcted frtiw nffioting of4lhc Jload Camp of the tre of time Wpodmcii of the Vorld that will be held hofe beginning jtfarchpjiVi The foria JllUgllitU the oppning exercisfit that will fie hold in CiciiG6uit room atfhio court liQuspandut which thc puhhc is edrdially iniji1tq attend 7 Gall to order JJead Coiiuciy J JI Brewer of Louisville lriy E Jriftomi V fllUSjC Welcome R M Shiiil V v Music Response to llie dpoiiiiuj addudss Rainey T W his df Murray Ky After time above pifbgrUm luts been Tcjnde cd the Head Camp will g0 iuTpQxeoutiyq session YThe business1 that w ll be transact ed by the Head Camp will be such as hearing rcporst trbm the various JanipSin theStalc and electing heal 6fficerStf or life ensuing year and any ctliei liiisiness that may come before iliom SI r At present the lodge is one of the most Jlotirishing in the State Jiaviiig doubled their memljership in Ihe pasjt two years bringing UID total in the State up to 15000 l On Tijesflay night thud ErotecUvte degree viJl bj exemplifiecly a Bpeciat team jilroin Louisville OiViiueountof the Woodmen Circle wliich is the ladies auxillar2ri6p tim- eorflcmiioldiumj flinfr nnniThl inmtiukh- tmro at i1iesaTheiim 1kujmifnumber oX lajbes iii ltteuIs1nee i SHLRIFE EXWT i rd D 2 4SI r1ftn 4iPiff5bd tur T 4 1RtAflfrDEMOCRATIC I CUY ffllW ON IcI cafrgt jI IWle WorbC tC I fl ILrIIIUIIiIt 4ijJgi c With the dawn of another dny bringing forth the city Democratic primary election there is Iess hustle antlbustle mojjg the candidates lund citizens generally than has Veeii seen here an a number of years 011 the evfe of n primary plpctioiv jlto this time no combinations ot schemes of any Iqnd have come to light Eaqh candidjftte is Working hard and quietly and i confident that lie will bo = tliG winner The candi hates unite in saving that they be lieve the primary will bertlifr quietest and fairest tliat Jias evrlecn held in this city Thodndications are that a fullvote ofi the Democrats of fire city will bo polled Ballot Boxes Read- Thelhllot1bpX4S wore removed jErom the 1tticjlrth1dk curt house Monday morning and placed in the williIIuious voting The polls will open at 6 oclocka m and will close at 4pI The fol lowing arc the e election First Warn JudgeC A4guihivak udgepl A Thomson v Sheriff J By Adams f ClaikRmduLije j Second Ward Judge W WEeton JmidgcL Hood Smith Sheriff J W Scobee Clerk Zena1 Bruce ThlrtIWat JutlgcJ QSJmlgcr WGeorgev Sheriff Jno Beters Clerk Fred Broadhurst f Fourth Ward Judge AV A Fluty JudgCTJasiTooljay t ShetiffJ N flilm CIcicJesscSpcrior FiJt Ward JulgeJ B Col1k right Ju gcJT Lawrence Sheriff W 31 Anderson SClerkQ B Stcvart rJ List of Candiilates The following isa list of thecnn idates and the positions they will ccupy OIL the ballots For Mayor FirstLJIAIInghes f y SeoimdHT Strotlier Third WOlToskins FourihtG D McCullum S ft r Collector THrsfAE V SGrivcri i 1 Second tT Ar McCiJurt o ThuirdqW McKiimcw t kv For Chief of Police First VobasonlIeCQJ1 II CldJW Rupard FirtWatcIFt5 Councilman FirstJ II Odeju SecomidW P JTaiiketL TIiifdC G Bush Fourth oHon Second Ward For Councilman FhWvJ W Wlieeler coiidJ hiL B tkiri TfurdT F Moored 1fomIthmA R Martin FifthT L J1othl tnkdWar Fir CQuftciln FJslJoetk PIgg f Thiir1R ScondM S Brpwnp M SotelFifth W ttlndiMM m pA Hli x J Seeo1J Ti St eyi ThtirdTno C Allan 5oizrthSil JineBi Jji i 5Fir455wurtrQ1L crmai ry ec WVCOUrtKfl f Fhv +ii84 Oeorg uqteI Fbwcd WiL1 n Ellth j ctt1iQ 4 r1 f- WJsf1m ACs jheI it fIJ1 t f i 4 M si ii WINCHESTER YiMON1iY LniigIcySfttUrdty arrangcnicntsarc riniinRcyC Vaddij5sBrof fcFVF- ibtcr MANY FAMILIAF- FACESM1SB1I 1C h 0 FemiwieI if M an Ii Is 4Ch IIIIT riff is i Washington JNfarck 1 iwfcfrt MS t ators and 77 repre nttlv who it luentbers of the preet ceng rw irjtt be absent when tfc Sixtyimt owi gress assembles in special edliou March 15 The reetectkia 0 Mr Hopkins in jllinpis and Mn StepMa son in Wisconsin not fiaviny tile place it is possible their faitarMoC election will augment theSsenatorial absentees 1014 Tffig changes in the personnel of the sea ate lund house include many whqs names are bywords to eyery reader of newspapersOf representatives who re- tirE on March 3 one Mr Hepburn cIa has served 22 years Jn con gress and another Mr Sherman N- jwbo becomes vice president has served 22 years in the house Mr Cousins la and Delegate Smith Ariz have served 16 years while Jenkins Wis coopei Tex Over street Ind Williams MirandAqhesoUx Pa each have served 14 years in years of service Senator Teller of Colorado is the Nestor ot the retiring statesmen been senator upon the btadmlfsfonot his state tothe Doc 4 1S76 since which Hmt he has been continuously and prominently in thf pubUc eye He reslgnedfroSthe senate in 1882 to enter the cab net of President Arthur as secretary of the interior reentering the senate March 4 1885 Republican in yi U tics he withdrew from the Republican national convention at St Louis in June 1896 because f the financial plank adopted by that party wjach he has never since approved He was reelected to the senate as an Jude pendent silver Republican and in 1903 was reelected as a Democrat with which party he has been affiliated since he withdrew from the Republi can convention His conspicuous ability as a lawyer and his familiarity with legislation coveringra long series bf 7ears hate given him ajv eminent place in the senate froth which he will retire voluntarily on Match 4 having declined reelection He is a member of the national inonetary commission and will continue his pub lic service in that connection Senator Plait of New York serfedl in the Fortythird and Fortyfourth congresses as a member of the house entering the senate in 1881 On May 16 of that year when Senator Rpccoe Gonklbigjeslgned his seat because oit his difficulties with president Garfield his colleague Mr Platt joined him thereby gaining the designation otulIe Too Platt It Was always understood that Mr Flatt chafed UB der this nickname arid determined to returifto the senate as a YindlCatlo ot his act which he iJS March 4 1897i Although ie JiM bees Jtt very feeble health during several years his attendancCjon the sesIoneC the seulate on all impo iti t oecaeu generally hal Hem M rk4 with ret ularity Senator Foraker whs poJIUciJ Ca reir is fresh in the min4 oleyert one has served Ik tie s iwt 12 years Other senstori whU Will rethOil March 4 are Heesy JfIWi As kesy Wsfs ij Oe4GrT- tii C3 Hatsbrwiglfc N D Xitt re4fe S ThY LqaCKa moa Ila afcd McCriaryXJ The Ohio re taf1 wM wtl- lwtth4Irar ar r ige1i fths TWr t t1Uitrlct HMirr T i m Tenth 0cmnt JB ifofker df th- ThfrWEthI J TTtthl ol t0 Pour ttb BmsI 11 eof the W tll and C peU I1i W gya of the 8efmtk pit B yjgfaay They win h iuece J Jr COxlH fDJo bf 1JAR ik 4 IImmmCtuurfay ti Eea rftf fr v T j J j r 7I ti f C LtJ lht 4 yrJ 11 y t 7i r if 111 tilII lT f 1r1joF Jotitt7 Ik lr i J t opZ j j i sj t i f tp 1tkjd t i k J h r F t i 5 if r L ILF t JJ4 r THE WINCHEST ER filEW S f 4 I 7 SUN MON TUE WED tICI FRI SAT 1 6-s k4I4i5- t 243 28 7 28l29O1Ij DIRECTORY Kentucky According to the last census Ken 2147174yThe area is 40 400 square 400 of which is water The strea within the State as a rule head In the Southeast and flowin a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the con struction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources for many years The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there wa only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now thatthe demand has in creased It would seem tliat a kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util ities nAtila time when they are most needed by the country Our supply of timber is limited but there is enough to last for many years to come J We have a coal area of over fifteen th usand square miles Otlier min erals await development if Natural gas and oil in paying quantities are being developed in many localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky thariSn other States in pro portion to populations Good people regardless of politics prteligiony are al welcome J x eClark County Land acres 158176 Value ofcvreal and personal property including franchises 12004 870 i Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has ex tensive lumbermills Three railroads go entirely across the county Chesapeake Ohio Louisville Nashville and Lexington Eastern Blue Grass isa natural product Uncultivated land will set itself inI T blue grass Crops of timothy and clover can be raised with profit Corn wheat and pats arethe grain crops Tobacco is raised in large quantities All fruits thatare adapted to the Tinate can be Taised with profi The census tof 1900 gave the popu ration at 16694 IClrctilt Court First Monday In prilsecond Monday September first Monday in DecemberJ Ml Benton Judge B JL Grutcher Attorney CourttFo tthlQndayin month r Quarterly Court i 5ara Tuesday in each month y County Officers it JA Etans j S A fies Attorneyl l Howard Hampton SheriJE ee Eyansj Deputy fri Bedford Deputy V JVJU BoOne County Clerk t k Sa J owell Deputy Clerk iW JQJCctr8U1tClerc i 4ogei aisenlerxY sse jGifA Tanner School Supe WfB Spfiar Treasurer r a George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley = Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth districts Robert True Sixth district F F Goodpaster Willsms t ft County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5964 The city has overaped the corporate limits and ow has a population ofnear ten thpu dividing1iing Rivers has water works elec Unlimitedsnatural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky WesleytuuCollege is located at Winchester The fire de partment is one of the host in the StateThe assessed valuation ofal1 prop erty including franchises 4692499 msisfor schools The C OL Nand L Eo railroads center at Winchester the shippingfacilities cation for factories New concerns are given five years exemption fiom taxation The Commercial Clubwill take pleasure in giving information City Officers MayorSF H Haggard Attorney F P Pendleton Judge Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor entr I Brinegar Coroner N H Witherspoon Treasurer Police Chief Mai Tarpy v AJbertTannhrJBoard of Council t First ward Shuley Hadden W P Hackett Second wa dAR Martin T L Todd ThiriwardDoc iietaFourth wardJ D J llcs1 FifthwardG D McCulIluni Sit Dinelli Board of Education G W Strothefj President C H Rees Secretary t H TT Scrivener Treasurerv Harry Ecton J B Cornctt WA AdaMs J K Allan James Hisle Zenli BrUce tN X Fire Department v XVJt Outgrowing ThingsvYes we outgrow everythingtoys little pink or blue dressqs friend hlps iovesand ideals and it is welt that Iwe do says a writer in Home Notes tPmay occasionally regret some oneI of them but if they M re always ours how monotonous would be it hardly wouJd be JSB the living yoHknow wiRfl Front t Truths Some meat theia 4rfatherfriend T him rnpn th themselves to when ugh tp call them- E H THEtsi I The Lion anr the Mouse night Itiiaoiw of dramatic Company in American life The ImaHc in ite intensity lhepluy islt AhoWon told the Afouso is coin terelt mitt Pietures the great and inIOil hrow and final conquering of wenworthng to the opera house Wodnc dny dominant itiilueneo of the Standard the lion by the humble house IS raI seeing Aci R ACTlR15TiC pAJNCil4G T REOisoUfHERijPt ff TTPAST J il5 r ijOOOU6HTOpf iFtfviEt T if tBJNBY ARl ti l fAGANJmODUCEPJWWt1 R9W PRE5t BYkafflST FANSOt1S6UCKallraWll JOHN W VOGELS BIG CITY MINSTRELS John W Yogels Big City Minstrels large one and every artist Las been will appear at the opera house Thurs selected with great care for his ro day night aul will present a program sportive worth One surprise follows which forjjeniiine novelty has never another in rapid siiccossion from before been attempted by any other the rise to U1Ofnl1of the Minstrel Manager The company is a Those who have seen the clever pOlj 4 SCENE FROM SECOND WHITE The Jtfayne Musical Comedy Co The Wayne Musical Gontedy tom willapeii the opera liousc for a one night engapcimeutnexi Saturn day in high elassmusical the opening hill will be the beautifullyric como Y1The AYhite Hat is hJ1Sitothe public putlrinceIilsbeen atisfied r Man Always It sued to be held t kCimiJEire was a vegetarian t ttia an- tbcepoloiet Ortvay hasJcBefulr3uid extended i vestig ms Indicate that prt t1e m like toee modern savage rPtnni rous with molodrjjinjv ant hypnotism a mttsabftljjCOhidayl comcp like a brcfttfi air on ti sultry day and the aeception aecordtd 17ol1cof the largestJUullriosC solaN audiences of the season tD Wayije Musical Comedy company last hiht at the theatre proved boyonddeuial r that mUsical shows are almost a Tiuafti inous choice Qt threatiCgors tAf ectxtlenrr Affectafipn lsthdt whlcn yfoiupts you tt iAYt ypirtsuest Do Zou cnrp fTlicr 1irr i fieM when you oak riyliiwell t at its milk V1ng ui I mi itstlfrmilk at tliat 1 fJ ilf IJ1 formers in this attraction will wish exacting amuses it seeker a beennavenossins the entertainment should doiigacil at an enoi7ll salary for so now worth1U1denjoyment guaranteed to satisfy the the of admission clrTHE ACT AT THE HAT pony Hcre min which fregh thC olio spirit youar or most price frplay seleatod Ly thojcompany which by tic Ytis one appcnredintilifi bright and mirthful playletj a 19ICUl mixture of medy = ndsmJwi b ltSlilti airjJ lthntSleptbauilye and iilhistentiy asidngj II1I fn mo e All th rincipals were Load girt special niionI is due of Harry Gibbon Emu ttfCTConnor who possesscs ail cxc slit voice and FrecVTiSyho as do Idfan next in im portaifce tp JIriGiion who kept the audience convulsec is he pushed h really funny corn over the foo lights The wilt ib leas been good RlchrIanlUnuseo Ja tie inouAtailgicns of Chi there are many valleys of ei eii ly Serttk all tgitched jtde nracucallyr xa tMy did be time of the Spaniards izr rJJ NEbY OFF Coil nIAN019 TAILOH Clothes Cleaned DRY CLEANIN DYEIH A 5 CIA i W Cor Mnin nn l PnirPn HAOAN SAND IZ GASOLINC nJlnes SIMPLE RELIABLE j ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG GOf INCORlOUATEU r WINCHESTER KY PROFESSIONAL CARDS I STtQuIn lttorneY At Law t S If 3J p WJnchesteTjKv M SiJSii E11BLETOttAttorneys At LUW v4 S ffJain SL Winches v Cv GILBERT FBOTO 1 J Fresh 6 Cured Meats IFIsh Vegetables Country Produce PHONES OPERA HOUSE BL- OCKGARAGE I Bring me your automobile haveIan uptodate Garage with a n3ce Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester rKy Cor Broadway and Highland MythciegyIn is a beautiful youth a son of CephlsSus and the nymph Uriopo metamorphosed into a flower For his Insensibility to love ho was caused by Nemesis to fall in love with his own Image reflected in the water Unable to grasp the shadow hopJned away and became the flower which bears his name The nymph Echo who vainly loved him died of grief i1iJ ortunitYInsnore and more a science It is tke smart boy who stays on the farm instead of going to the cI yYAnd it is well known that when proper mejooda are mployed the present yield will be doubled There la not muck prospect that in the next century lie doC- trine of Malthus will be exemplified by seeing this nation r food laCkJnJ Where the Clove Trfe Thrives There is no place in the world treenUlvesl1asrellas praductltcopra and the 1voryfjroug t from tie principi1itemi Aft iffws Imieni iity iI Trains frOm Jcecow smiles before they fester ritvrr ITaii LESSON FOR THE WHOLE RACE f EacAWould But Do His Partr ti There is no prettier sight In theIworld ian a column of choir entering a church and singing the processional as they slowly march to the altar declares a writer In the Cc lumfaus Journal There Is youth In itsIsweetest aspectbrightfaced boys In all their health andhope engaged in a beautiful religious ceremony stepping 1 In harmony to the fairest ideals ofI worship But It Is more than a mere ceremony It has a lesson for allalesson of the happiest import See that little boy In the procession taped in white the sunrise on his brow and singing out of his heart a noble melody He Is only a part of a grezit harmony and modestly he does his part content to be simply one to blend his voice In the sweet strain ofI ttorshlp The lesson touches closely humaa experience Here we are a grell crowd gathered on the earth each one cngg d In some service to his coun J try to humanity to home to business qr perhaps some poorer one how like that little boy In the processional might It be if every one would add a beautiful note to the harmony of life oand lose himself In the procession marching toward the altars of the common good- TRAINING THE FEEBLE STEPS Cent School Ihs a Worthy Ancestor t of the Kindergarten A cent school Is so called the children who come to becauseI each one cent clutched ilittle h ndor knotted In the corn of a handkerchief daily offering rIthe cent Is forgotten or lost on way the child goes home for thatls all and has scolding for carelessness I Into the bargain The littlest children go to itused to go rather for Indeed this should all be in the past tense rather than the present the cent school behig a thing of the past and as one might say a great aunt of the present kindergarten an old woman from the country who is rather plain in her ways Eunice Swain would have thought a kinder garten foolishness Her children did not come to school to be amused but to work She put them on benches in her big kitchen because It was warm there and sat in the dinrng room door and taught them or chastised them as the spirit bade her She taught the three Rs and manners and truth tell infc and above all humility impress ing on these infants dally that they blongod to a generation not otjipers exactly but of veaklingsL SI Stardevant in Atlantic Plenty Good Enough Aunt Chloe was burdened with the support of a worthless husband who boat her when he was sober and whom she dutifully nursed and tended when he came home bruised and battered from a fighting spree One Monday morning she appeareI atthe drug store and asked the cleri for a right powful liniment foh ach iri In de bones You might try some of this St Peters Prescription aunty its an old and popular remedy cures cuts bruis es aches and sprains One dollar the bottle Good for man and beast Aunt Chloe looked at the dollar bot tjle and then dubiously at her flat pur sae Aint yo got some foh 50 c ntsshe ventured Some fob jes dny beasts Ah wzjit It foh ma ol manL1ppincottsA on Ducks Aschoolboy assigned to prepare an essay on ducks wrote The duck is a low heavyset bird composed mostly mightypoorcaused by getting so many frogs In his neck Hq likes the water and carries keepfromlegs and they are set so far back on His runplng gears by nature that they bodySomecurls on their tails and are called drakes Drakes dont have to set or hatch but just loaf go swimming and eat If I was to be a duck Id rather be a drake National Food Mag zine t Idler Severely Dealt With Oldtime Englishmen hated Uveness An act passed in 1531 decreed that mightyInging might be arrested and if unable to give a satisfactory account of him self he was brought to the nearest market town tied to the end of a cart stripped of his clothes and beaten with whips through the town bleeding and ashamed after which degradation he was sent to his native place on his oath to put himself to labor like a true man ought to do- xIf the sturdy vagabond were caught a third time in idleness he was to sufer death as an enemy to the com monwealth Dont Hurt the Birds Every farmer and fruit grower should be Interested In the work of protecting tho native birds They represent valuable assistants in agri cultural and horticulture whose labors f cannot be duplicated by the iritroduc tionof any other forces They destroy the Inscctsgpd keep fruit tree t clean1 of pests that otherwise might ruin the annua harvests They lend assistance just at the propsr time and enable the soil tillers to god re PorEtte11i1deer1 ft r Jt I HOUSEL y r r 4th Year c c A a Year ACleanPlay Vivid and Truthful Has BrokenJ All Records Topic of the Hour MhDRAMATIC TREATS Ifh Talk all America Henry Harris will again present The Success of the Century THE THE Lion and lVl useBy Chas Klein Portrayed A COMPAMY NOTABLE PLAYERS The Production in its Entirety 3years in New YorK months in Chicago J months in Boston 1 Ja popularity the cLion and fe Kiiptise1 doe sot seem to dimish at the Lyceism JCh 4 atre W York World t cleanliness The has with the establishing of pop uhtrity Thew York Telegraph FREE LIST CJ J cia Trai = fom gt rJPoxrEr TALKS ON ADVERTISING III The Bu iDeSS That Gets Away By Henry Herbert Huff J COPYRIGHT 1909 BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATIONy J Good morning AEr Business Man 1 v t v Well say wliataboutliin iny patrSils going to Near to trade I realize that this is quite a problem You are not doing your part however Every week the Near City merchants send pages bargain offeringgrintoTnany of the homes in this commu nity people read them and go there to buy That is per fectly natural Your prices are very likely equally low but how are they to know if you do not tell them Frequently distant store that advertises widely is known to the public than one in their own town that shuns publicity If you business men of this town will advertiSG and prove that you offer as good values as the Near City merchants you will get back your trade It pays to sacrifice profit on some items if you have to in order tp substantiate this claim TIle larger stores give the patron a little better selection but the country merchant can do as well in price Let larger sales smaller profits be the watchword But wo have done some advertising Yes but I must tell you candidly such copy will not bring trade I shall explain later ROWan ad should be Written but let us pass something else What about these soap clubs You said your customers approve of this ideaefPaYinsdouble- prices for their goods and being deceived into believing the premium costs nothing Sell that way yourself That is the solution to this problem Make up assortments as nearly as possible like those of the soap companies and pick attractive premiums togo with them But this alone is not sufficient You must tell the people you are ready to these offers likewise where You meet mail order prices You told me you could do so remains to convince the public of this and that the workof advertising You have convinced me that advertising is what is needed to put an end our troubles I never saw it in this way before Yes Mr Business Man charity is out of place in business The who go tr e is the one who to the public that he can give It they est value for Its money It will not do to WAIT for business You must go after it And now when by well planned advertising you have cornered the trade that gets away suppose you take a hand in the game the Near City Mer chants played on you For years the farmers south of you have been buying in rival towns Business men there consider this trade safe for eternity Why dont you business fellows make a bid fox a share of it An aggressive advertising campaign with plenty of leaders will pull it away while the outside merchants are sleeping Business is a game in which every one is entitled to all he can get legitimately Gp where you for it Land all you can To Shut Out Noise To shut out the various small noises which so and distract en gaged in study or other work demand Ing I concentration try the Fourth ofI July stunt of stuffing the ears with cotton This is far more than stopping the clocks and exiling the family Art Now nature Is nut at variance witty art nor art with nat rethey being both the servants or his providence Art is the perfection of nature Were j the world now as it wits tIfe sixth day bathsinade one world and art another In brief all things are artificial for na ture Is the art of GOdSir Thomas Browne lt SUBSCRIBE f FOR EjHEWS l 0 of B By of 8 PRESS QUOTATIONS The of Lyon and the Mouse jnuich to do its SUSPENDED S tfroih City of These better to match It is to fellow proves choose annoy one effective r The Baffling Language humasspe chof which it can ho said that i is not sufficient to know it in order to be able to use it The Frenchman in England will find it better to speak in French The Englishmen prefer- to try Ms French rather than to liste at your clumsy attempts at English If any language has to bo murdered he would rather it be that of somebody elseParis Opinion i cant Let Problems Worry Of course life is full of problems The only wayto get any comfort is to throW them all in the wastebasket and to do tb things we can see clew ly in dayllglif r fRYltNEWS WAITr AOVERTISEIIEMT tz i I Dramatic IThe knownin history of DownStairsGAILERY rrfE AliClassesWhattbePublic Endorsed Pulpit waiting jiJwf35iiiiriIcIJ SO 150J OFFICIAL SCHEDULE BLUB GRASS LEAGUET = 7 7 =At Lexington At Frankfort At Shelbyville At Paris At Winchester April 27 28 29 May 21 25 May 3 May 19 20lIa 10 12 June 1 2 3 July ti 7 21 22 Juuo 10 11 12 Juhe 21 23 20rjllll0 17 18 19 LoirmgtonWE Jury 1 1 3 Aujc 3 Tnl TO 14l II 9 10aAyj 16 17 Sept 8yI 29 30 I tt 3 1 it111g 20 Sept 1 2 J fay 15 10 April 80 May 1 2illny 17 18 19 MayS 930 31 31 May 21 24 20 JUG 6 14 27 June 4 5 13 June 24 25 26 June 1220 June 28 29 30kRieinnond July 17 18 July 4 25 July 21 22 July 11 x July 414ft Augd5 13 14Flu 122 Sept Sttrtt 12 Sept 5 Sopt12 31Itrio 14Juno1JJ6 June 10 111JFrankfort t i 1i h i ac CORRECTLY nine 29 30 9 1P20 Aug1320212lI n o Aug 24 July 5 7oNew 1t Sept m Ausr 28 Sept y 8 9 30 31 31 May 2728 29 May 13 16 April 30 May 14 15 June 9 20 June 21 22 23tJuuc 27 28 May 1 2 22 23 July 1 2 r bheIU wills 28AugJ10111ft21 June 22 30 June 7 8 9 July 1 10 1 0 17 Paris 28 July 7 July 29 30y2 3 24 i Atiff 9 10 11 Au r12 19J 26 Sept 7 8 9 July 13 7272April23 20JUne5I3 July 5 23 24 JUllc92021 Jlme7S June 25 27 Winehostor SCHEDULAuxSdpt 5ft Serif 4 192f 20 Sent 12 in lIture of jealousy even in their friend ship and when they hear us by others will ascribe it to sinister and interested motives if they can C c Cotton Unconscious Socialism It is one of the most notorious ten believethatpeoples property fori a sufficiently long period youare absolutely entitled tQ It to tho exclusion of the real own ar Estates Gasette isOld Heads on Young Shoulders Our children ale growing more in dependent It is not the ult of the nor of the children wo are not careless and they are not un grateful The cgndilTons of life are responsible for the modern i youth Zeltung Vienna The British Press Not a little world wisdom lies in the conduct of the Britiah press Its managers do not let their instincts for news run away with th appreciation n of how things said in heat look in cold doi11Pttheir foreign eriticsBoston Trait script A MansBirthday We do not know whence a man comes nor whither bcg yet we daytocelett t should choose his day of achieve ment London Saturday Review At a hearIng last summer in London on the sweating question evidence was brought forward showing that 5 6 women sewed hooks and eyes on cards earned at an a little over 75 cents a week Another woman was Instanced who worked from nine one morning until the 7 ext morning and earned lC cents in that time Jt voiii d stle better to die J 1kartdsVaotProduction f The wcirlds T7OpHrCcpr ls fleld by Australia with Argentine seCanctand the United t A thirdJ r Lyon and the Mouse played to the lar nces ever the the Boston Herald 4f 11 23i duly i5ji ul11 jr praised parents who average A Fortune There Is a fortune in it for the manor woman who can invent a womans hat that can be worn so that every time she tries it on she wont have to say Of course it doesnt look well just now My hair isnt dressed the way it should be for this hat Embassy a Sacred Spot The ground on which an embassy inpracticeto which its principal occupant belongs Even if a criminal were liar bored in an embassy the police could not enter the premises without permission A Faulty Make Well theres one thing about Nu ritch hes always ready to con fees his faults Nonsense Why hes forever bragging about being self rilade Of course thats just It The Philippines Systematic Investigation of the Phil ippine islands reveals the act that the group consists of 2600 islands while before the American occupation the number was estimated at 1200 QPiBreeding Taken all round cat breeding is not a royal road to fortune It Is all a roayrmarihandsome profit but It cannot be kept ofImy cats one year not rallowins fpf ent a d labor tas a rule I was out pocketLadies Field ror Womans Remarkable Faat Though the corapiliHS ofa diction anyig a task that even corps ot trained editors undertake with no slight hesitation a Washington wom an3trs George IIw GOrham jlnished the remarkable feat of writlcif an idiomatic renchEnglfsh Enslish French dictionary entirely unaided Iw J Olinflipr01of olive oil tLyesirj ndiO years or lilaC ar ut 1artlTrhrJfJf 1 t fj r t T iti The play thePublic has been Roston Globe Tile greatest American payseen j in yearsCliicaoo Tnter Ocean T Iliclunondfit PRINT July AuglS Texts from Brer Willi msIvTalkin bout Brother Williams wen he comes ter my house I makes him welcomeIn dis way Isez ter Im I does Here you is an dar you Is take ail de house ter yosef An den I takes ter d woods Atlanta Constitution It Was All Within A practical joker carried an his vest poc et to the depot when bidJ ding farewtii tp a young lady and took a bite now and then to induce tears Before the train departed he had eaten the entire onion The young lady perceivrg the situation remarked CAh you have swallowed your grief Harners Weekly Positively The Best Seller Probably the name of the late Noah Webster stands at the head of the list of those whose books have been tha best sellers Seventyfive mil lion spelling books and from 10000000 to 15000000 dictionaries look like rec ord figures inquisitiveness Rebuked An Elizabeth man chased from hia house vllhra shotgun the doctor who proposed to hold an autopsy on tho1 bpdy of thocitl2erls wife for statSca tionaof scicntlfic curiosity There will be no tendency c biame him The Pau Pry jxih a scalper la annoyingly ingtitti le The Boy and His Dad A boy who has the brotherly interest of his father is lucky Sometimes a wild lad does not seem to have much in common with his father and it will somethIngplay domlnoesj chess readilithe same boolc or anything io give iklndre i1 sympathy r The number deaths in world agHtallyfe 33333333 or9J9 t per- I day 3 TSa pr hour 60 per minute or Mpers 01ti It is estimated t tie pop latitm of the earth atj rent time is being increased tm trat itl abo1l 1Qo0i- Aty Appealso 1is Awaiting by Press Public and r 100 Cents OFTHE CITIES Jdlv 34Y 5J6 Aug Laborn Secondi A NEW FEATURE AT BARRETTS PHOTO GRi rOwingftpthe increasing di on roe House Views and Phot in the homes Post Gar I have arranged with ail Expert View Photogi having a fine instrument outside Camera work and the work in the gallery Ij sittings for Post Cards at lery getting out FIN STPOSTC made in this city All wpr under my personatsupeIjf MADE JUST R3K3s r anda fully guaranteed sb I0 made wholly by mYselflBt S Chance for a BaridttrtrConway which Is In n idij Jjmaster has issued the fpJ tlsementi lie must be f and between performaiffej required to act as a rang- spector of hawkers boa tinges storekeeper and spb ties as tha town clerk n to time direct =Weten h Gnavyin knewwant and she therefr tote rkhfc hind boy caught n In tau gnaw TrT 9 1 w j vr- c T r fl a d i w eitt IttH ii fJ k 1 11 r 7 I t I PaqeFour i THE WINCHESTER S NEWS t ME WltfCHESTERxMfW An Independen saper Pbwg1i by TheJHInchester News Co s Incorporated Office South Street Winchester KentuckyvX Daily Excspt Siincay x Entered as secondclass matter SToYember 28 ipflfg at the post office it Winchester Kentucky under the Lot of March 3 1870- UBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery aily OUR yea5520S-M week 10 Payable at officeor to collector nrtry week Mail Delivery tea year 300 nr months V150- rfa month I 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch Bt time any edition 25 CJirfHB times within one week 50 On week continuously 100 tat calendar monthoo 300 four weeks four times a week 240 four weeks three times a week l80 our weeks twotimes a week 120 ofir weeks one time a week 75 Tine discounts 3 months 10 per ont 6 months 25 per cent one fear 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body typo 712c- nre reading news headings lot NcwPtione No 91 TURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1909 itfE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ej iji1cr primary fis eduled fpr Tuesday The candiI siar 31fiifitive as bees and allI ess themselves as confident of nation The News is interested j result With all good citizens usts thata lirsfelasstieket willI fae city is vitallyjeoilQerned in the o nelof the new council The Vyernment o15 a city like Winchester La Business proposition The citv js business corporation and as such itT have business men or men understand spme of the first pies of busiiiess at its head lave of late not had councils feU the city qoulcl point with- In the present contest a num good men haye been prevailed seek the nomination It be all who votQ Tuesday to scan fly their tickets and to vote nily for the good candidates mjlerstand that practically all lididates have pledged them to abide by the result mId to rtlilie winning ticket So far f4 nan learn the contest e la remarkably clean one fiajs been but little talk of the y or of liauor to influence ich course is pursued to particularly in the battle behoves all Democrats ididates Or who vote in to support the ticket meeT ere shall be any urtlaw money or liquor be used he result it seems to us oY all good citizens whether i eaijdidates or voters to fe sjykport any men who win by usSe sap again we hope andbe Jij the contest will goon to id a clean and decent way Ijig course is pursued we trust ubesfc men shan win H SCHOOL PROBLEM esting arid important tnfronts the school officials mmty and Vinchester iditioii of the ohool makes it phal rooms be and the State ted requires School be dealt with iriatiaight forward and impartial manner Threshould be nori6fikeying oriittempt to get ad vantage The welfarer 6f the boys and girls of IVinchester and Clark county should alone be considered There the several points that should be considered aV the outset Judging the future byjthe past we must conclude that the population ofour city and county is to increase rapidly in the next few years This being line wo should build for the future Amply grounds I should be secured a building and equipment sufficient for the needs of the next tweutyfiye years should be provided and the curse vof study adapted to the needs of any and all students sliouTd be carefully ar ranged v The failure oitlIQ Winchester school officials in Ihc past to look ahead hns result tiU in inadequate grounds and unnecessary expenditure in remodeling buildings There is no doubt but that for the first year or two Winchester would furnish a majority of the stu lefts should a joint iIilSc1iool be established vbut this condition would only be temporary The opportunity for a High School education would cause scores of our county youths to prepare for the course and with our three railroads and dozpiv of excel lent turnpikes they could easily avail themselves of the great bessing The News sympathies with the gen t1 men who are called upon to wrestle with this problem but it has absolute confidenoe in their courage and ability to solve it We would be glad to help awaken in the public a sentiment of generous and intelligent support The School Improvement League of the county the ladies societies oItluf city the commercial club the county and city officials should all take a lively in- tereSt in a problem that so deeply concerns our most valuable treasures our boys and girls A broad spirit of plnlanthropyand a proper con ception of the enormous importance of this movement should control the action of all concerned f UNWISE ACTION- Exchanges that come to this office indicates that thieve will be an increase of more than twentyfive percent of the hurley tobacc6 acreage compared with the y aijs 190te07 This is unwiSe There is a universal law of tradeItisftlmt supply and demand regulate prices Pools by the trust or by the grow ers or by both may effect prices temporarily but they willnoj be per manent Thc Society of Equity can do 110 wiser tiling at tile present time than to concentrate its efforts in pre venting an overprQcludtion of tobacco In Clark cpunty there will be but little more than the usual acreage J Source of Poison Dangers The action of foods and liquors on their receptacles may produce deadly poisons Acid fruits cooked in copper or zinc pots are a particular source of danger A man who was taken ill In the hunting field with symptoms ot mineral poisoning learned that the fine old brandy he carried in his back copperThe Highest Authorities A Kentucky physician after extensive experiments has written a papet to show that whisky aggravate the venom of snake bites This is testi mony from a high source and leaves little to be done exc to appeal the case to the supreme experts in North CarolinaSt Louis GlobeDemocrat IT SAVED HIS LEG All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swcnson Watertowu Wis Ten years of eczema tlmf 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and wellY In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Phillips Drug Store The Ruler of th World When wo get behind all the circum stances of our daily life we find the thinker the man with ideas He Is the true ruler of the world He gives us all things from the clothes of our bodies to the clothes of our minds He gives us coats and commandments muttoi chops ana morals He gives us jjjir policies our religion all in short pe haveLondon Daily Dispatch The Price md people a Joagr time lo thingsare not alway va they co A Queens Will Queen Adelaide the wife of William IV was a woman of great piety and exceptional humility which was shown in the directions for her funeral- I die in all humility she wrote knowing well we are all alike before the throne of God and request therefore that my mortal remains be conveyed to the grave wIthout any pomp or ceremony They are to be moved to St Georges chapel Windsor where I requestto have a quiet funeral I particularly desire not to be laid cut in state and the funeral to take pace by daylight no procession the coffin to be carried by sailors to the chapel I die in peace and wish to pdtreeof the worldHonie Notes Hard Life of Arctic Sealer The Arctic sealer endures a hard life Sealing does not consist only of hurried scrambling over ice and fierce breathless battling afterwards There are many hardships to endure The most common type of Arctic weather is a dense lung clogging fog with a rasp of cold that is enough to freeze a glowing furnace This fog may be diversified with cruel blizzards of petting snow borne on the wings of the constant gales Once the snow passes come sleet and rainrain that is as cold as ice Misery prevails greatly among the crews of Arctic sealer for the dampness and the cold soon sap the stoutest constitutions IWhistling Sign of Contempt A Moroccan shows his contempt of anything by whistling A conflict between tribesmen and a battalion of French troops was recently precipi tated by the whistling of a locomotive on a railway being constructed near Casablanca The giaours are laughing at us said a chieftain when the construction engine gave a toot to warn the natives at work on the line to look out The Arabs went wild mounted their hprses and rode on the whistling enemy They had to be calmed with the whistling of rifle balls Bobbys Unfortunate Delay He was five years old On this particular day mother had dressed him with unusual care and was very much displeased to have him come in with clothing dirty and torn She had so often told hin tie must take his own part in tHe boys scrapsfight should the occasion demand it This he would not do And now she intended to punish him Bob became very indignant and said Well mamma I just told the boy I wasnt ready to fight and when 1 got ready he was settin on me Delineator Sometimes More I see that a New York professor re forms bad boys with piano music I hope he bears in mind that some pianos need reforming quite as much as bad boys do 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 arc authorised to announce H T STROTHER as a candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject to tile action dt the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W 0 HOSKINS as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party For City Judge We are authorized to announce JUDGE F P PENDLETON as a candidate for City Judge sub jectto the a Hoa of the Democratic party For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce WOO SON MCORD as a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J W RUPARD as a candidate for Chief of Police ubject to the action of the Democrat ic party Gitv Collector Wcare anticrrod to announce- KARRYWSCR5VENER as a candidate for City Collector of Winchester subject to the action of Ii Pemooratic party KILLS WOULDBESLAYER A merciless murderer ois Appendi citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by pre vention They gently stimulate stom ach liver and bowels prc ntitlJ that clogging that invites appeiAlicilis curing Constipation Billiot ness Chills Headache andllndi jtiQU 35clal illips Drug tore 4 MADE EUROPE TAKt NOTICE Rear Admiral Hutchins Tells of Ef feet of Battleship Cruise New York March 1Rear Admiral Charles Thomas Hutchins U S N retired returned on the steamer La Touraine after a few months tour of Europe with his wife Speaking of the impression that the round the world trip of the battleship fleet had made in Europe the rear admiral said While I did not see the fleet or any irnrtlon of it in my journeying I know that it has awakened Europe to the power of tle United States in na val matters It was a great under taking and it is wonderful ta think that during the entire journey there has not been a breakdown of any ma chinery and not a vessel has been docked and every one of the war ships has come back to the United States in good condition It speaks well for American seamanship and American mechanics President Issues Proclamation Washington larch lln accord ance with the custom of the retiring president Mr Roosevelt issued a proclamation calling the senate in extraordinary session at noon on March 4 next The session is to be held for the purpose of receiving such communications as may be made by the executive among them probably the nominations of his cabi net officers SENATORS REFUSE TO RETURN HOME Tennessee Legislators Seek Sanctuary p Kentucky Hopldnsville Ky March 1Theeight Democratic senators who Frt day broke tl e quorum in the Tennes see legislature and fled to Kentucky to prevent their arrest have abandon ed their intqntiou of returuinr to Nashville and say tney will rei ain in until the general as sembiy adjourns Assistant SergeantatArms Yeaman arrived here and is keeping the sena tors under strict surveillance The senators held a long Conference with Governor Pattersons private secretary and with Mr Austin Peay his political manager They assert that their sole tjbject in breaking a quo rum is tjo prevent the Republicans from participating in the election of Democratic primary elCijithcommis sioners and tliat if necessary they will remain away from Tennessee a year II FRENCHMEN SHIVER France Suffers From Worst Blizzard Known In Years Paris March ISnow has been falling in Paris almost continuously for the past 48 hours and a blizzard of unprecedented proportions prevails throughout the whole of France Many deaths are reported from exposure Several inches of snow has fallen in the department of Alpes Maritimes and the conditions zt Cannes and Antibes are exceedingly wintry Other southern resorts also are suffering from the worst cold snap in years Tafts Bodyguard En Route Chicago March 1 Five Chicago detectives who will act as the personal bodyguard of Presidentelect William H Taft during inauguration left for Washington The men are Sergeant Joseph Berry William Ro han Arthur McCarthy and Frank Murphy Ninth Attempt Successful St Louis March LThie ninth at tempt of Mrs Elizabeth Lowery to end her life was successful She drank carbolic acid because of despondency In the Ifist three years she drank poisons six times used the razor once and tried to hang herself twice THE MEAT OF IT- Charitable institutions receive near ly 1000000 by provisions of the will of Eugene Tonjpkins the Boston the atrica manager who died recently Mayor Tom L Johnson has taken up the study of law with Newton D Baker city solicitor of Cleveland as preceptorWilliam colored lind El mer Hughes white each 17 years old have confessed to a number of bur glaries at Columbus O A whip belonging to President Roosevelt brought 75 cents at an auc tion of his effects at theWhite House Columbus O will send a delegation of i400 to the Taft inauguration i Officers and members of the glass workers union have been enjoined from interfering with the operation of the ManIla plant at Morgantown W Va IMS MARCH 9o SUNMONTUEWEWrHU FRI ISAT 1123456718 910 1 1 12 13 1161718192 Z27- O NEGRO MAKES CONFESSION John Junken Soasts That He Killed Clara Rosen at Otturnwa fa- Des Moines la March L John Junken selfconfessed nero slayer ofI Clara Rosen at Ottumwa la Feb last was brought to Des Moines from the county jail at Albia The slayer was locked up here for safe keeping as feeling runs high in Ottumwa the scene of five brutal murders of women by negroes- Junken in a confession declared he had deliberately planned to commit the deed at Ottumwa while he was still an inmate of the Madison peni tentiary serving time for robbing and beating a woman It was his boast that he would again do the trick if given a chance He boasted of his ability to assault defenseless women This information came in a letter from Albert Evans a Missouri negro who was a cellmate with Junken at Fort Madison ENGAGEMENT DENIED Secretary Loeb Says Miss Ethel Is Not 4o Wed Phillipps Washington March LAn em phatic denial of the report that the presidents youngest daughter Miss Ethql is engaged to marry Third As sistant Secretary of State William hlllipps was given out from the Wlite House Secretary Loeb authorized the statement that Miss Roosevelt is not engaged to be married and he char acterized as without the slightest foundation a story from Boston to that effectIThe report of Miss Roosevelts engagement is a pure in vention1 said Mr Locb There is absolutely no truth in it and you can stamp it as falseISanctions Transcontinental Race New York March 1The Automo bile Club of America has granted a sanction for the proposed transconti nental automobile race which the management of the AlaskaYukon Pacific exposition proposes to hold some time this summer between some point on the Atlantic seaboard yet to be determined and Seattle Wash FOREIGN RUNNERS ARRIVE FOR RACE Igorrote Tribe to Be Represented at Madison Square Garden New York March 1 Ten of the European competitors who are en tered in the international sixday go asyouplease team race at Madison Square Garden March 8 to 13 arrived here on the steamer Lucania The men hail from France Italy Belgium Holland Ireland and England They were taken to Coney Island where they will keep in condition for the race Many other countries will be repre sented in the race Perhaps the most novel of all the teams is that of the Igorrote tribe of the Philipines These diminutive semicivilized natives are endowed with remarkable endurance and can run for hours without rest Ing Practically all the noted sixday men in the United States are entered and there will also be a military a letter carrier and an Indian team to represent the country STEAMER GOES AGROUND Double Hull Prevents Serious Acci dent on Nicaraguan Coast New Orleans March 1 Carrying 45 passengers and a large cargo of freight the United Fruit companys steamer Heredia has gone ashore at Cape Gracia bend 15 miles from the mainland of Nicaragua- A message states that all passen gers are safe and as vet no transfer has been made Owing to the fact that the ship had a double hull only the outer hull was smashed and thus far she is said not to have taken any water Divers and wrecking apparat us are being rushed to thescene from Nicaragua REMEMBERS UNCLE REMUS Women Start Fund to Buy Snap Bean Farm For Memorial Atlanta Ga March1uSnap bean farm and the sign of tile wrens nest as the late Joel Chandler Harris styled his home is to be purchased by the friends of Uncle Remus and presented to the public as a memorial to the distinguished author The la dies auxiliary of the Uncle Remus Memorial association desire that the fund shall be secured from the chil dren who have found delight In the writings of Uncle Remus Say Professor Voted Wet Richmond Ind March 1The resignation of W N Trueblood profes sor 1f Engiish at Earlham college Ja demanded in resolutions passed by a meeting of the Friends church at Dublin because he voted wet in the recent local option election which re suited in the defeat of the antisaloon faction Contests Begin This Afternoon Pittsburg March1The individual and twomen contests In the tournament of the American bowling con sress will start this afty n with all the contestants ywegterri Pennsylvania Three trom To ledo will bowl at nighL fBbBS with several Pittsbury teams r c 11F ebroary Reduction Sale r IAsan inducement to cash buyers we are- going to give 20 per cent discountduring th e month of February Everything in the store less 15 during this sale Positively no goods charged at this count sal- eLooK See what you Save 100 Diamond for 18Q25 Watcb for i 2010 Clock for r t 8 5 Knives and Forks 45 Silver Teaspoons 4 Everything in store at arne rate of discount Baldwln Bros JewelersOpticians Sign ofthe Big Watch WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLSI The oldest and best institution iuIthe county is the Winchester Mills Why not use home flour best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal You can not eat all the flour ad vertised as the best on earthand you can not make a mistake in using Mansfields Best Patent or M Lilly Every sack guaranteed MANSFIELDS FLOUR fiLLS Winchester K- JU133mocod Abuse Of satires I think as Epictetus did Kevil be said of thee and if it be true correct thyself if it be a lie laugh at it By dint of time and ex perlenco I have learned to be a good osthorse i go through my appointed daily stage and I care not for tie curs who bark at me along the road Fred erick the Great NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND- It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a 3iirc so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough anti all Bronchial affections 50 and 100 Trial bottle free Gunran teed by Phillips Drug Company Health Bad as conditions are today great progress has been made during the last 20 years People are growing tore careful as to what they eat and irink There is no city that is not bestirring itself to improve its water supply and its system of sanitation The demand for more fresh air is al nost a fad in progressive communi ice UNCLAIMED LETTERS Aldridge Miss Eler Adams II B IAlbertiBlack Mrs Mary Brock Mrs Imcv Bell Mrs Addie Baker Mrs Eliza Barnes Miss Dixie Christopher W J Crawford Bruce Clark Mrs Pearl Colin Josh Eals C T Harp Master Frank Irvine GQO Jones Boyde Johnson Mrs Harvel MeKenney V A McCall Sterling Miller Luella Perden William R Session Jas Samuels Kittic Treadway Miss Winnie Toad Kittie F Winburn Henry Villidms Jnckin7 Watts Odie- II R PERRY Postmaster- Sincerity and Accomplishment Lowell No man can produce great things who Is not thoroughly sincere with himself JI Well Mend the Wheel so that it will be as good as new if you send your carriage here No matter how badly damaged it maybe we can restore it if anyone can Our repairing is growing more pop everydaythe case unless our work was more than unusually good T STROllER SCOTT PLUMBING Hurry Up Jobs demand mighty quick action We try hard to meet all such calls We are not infallbile but reputationin this respect is decidedly in our favor In au emergency TEST US GRANT WITT a CO 30 NortH MainP- HOTOGRAPH GALLERY The best ground floor gallery in Winchester Also enlarges portraits and make frames Charles G Jackson Reed building North Main strcct21 eod ISTATE FAIRS 1909 f Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th 6 days Bourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Louisville September 13th daysS If secretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dates we will carry them free of wRockcastle 18 3 daysSpencer county August 10 4 days Laurel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 days Lincoln county July 21 3 days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ivy August 19 3 days Shelby county August 24 4 days DWELLING HOUSE INVENTORIES FREE WILL SEND A HANU IWE DWELLING HOUSE IN FREE TO ALL WHO WILLHAKEJWRITTEN APPLI CATIONS FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR ASSIST IN MAKING THE INVENTORY IT IS A VALUABLE AND USEFUL BOOK AND ALL WHO CARRY INSURANCE ON THEIR HOUSFHOLD GOODS SHOULD HAVE ON- EJOUEnSINSlRANGE AGENCY o For cut Ito e SHEARER THE FLORIST 218 fftt SUBSCRIBE fitf THE NEWS J f I on or5h i 1 4 If rsai r I c x x C NrillTH WUCHSTftNWS riv II d i OCIETY 1FANNIE WARD AND HER COLLECTION OF GEMS This picture shows Fannie Ward the actress wearing her remarkable col lection of diamonds rubles pearls and emeralds estimated to be worth half a million dollars Miss Ward Is now appearing in The New Lady Bantock which was written by Jerome K Jerome and deals with various problems NewYside doessome capital acting in the part the Lyceum Concert Company will give a rare treat on Monday evening The music and vocal se lections also will appeal to the mostrefiiied tastes This tomes un AidSoqietyand the proce ds will go toward the furnishibgS of the new church Mrs W S Massie will be hostess for the Fortytwo Club on Tuesday j IJrs Harvey Franklin will entertain tlie Euchre Club on Thursday afternoon Mrs Sallie R Appleton of Lex ington will give a lecture on The Higher Physical Development of Women at the courthouse Wednes day afternoon at 3 oclock All la dies cordially invited to attend Little Colonel Rc aders The Little Colonel Readers had a most delightful meeting with Miss Ida Walden on Saturday afternoon The program was changed from the usual one and each member had some duty to perform Some re cited others read while still others played the piana and sang These young ladies lire taking broad minded view of the world that makes for real education At the conclusion of theattrac tive program a delicious andre freshing lunch was served Those present were Misses Julia Qaitskill Helen Ford Emma Thorn son Ada Lee Boone Louise Hag gard and Mrytle Spencer Hart Chapter D A R Hart Chapter D A R had its regular meeting with Mrs R McKee Scobee Friday afternoon at streetrMrs Lucien Beckner and Mrs interest1JDgAfter the program bad been fin1 ishad a most delightful lunch waiI served DrinkingwMrs Buford Tracy entertained on Saturday afternoon with a must delightful tea at her home on South MiEsIFrhouse was decorated with plants from the conservatory The guests were received in the informal man ner so very characteristic of the hostess and were shown into the I drawing room- Throughout the afternoon perfectly brewed tea with delicious sandwiches and dainty candies were servedMrs Maurice Miller assisted Mrs Tracy in serving the tea The guests for the afternoon were Miss Frances Nelson Mrs j James S Winn Mrs Maurice Miller Mrs Rezin M Scobee Mrs Ogden MISSIFanny and Marie Hampton Mary and Eliza Bush Lizzie Tiacy Cornell Nannie and Willa Bowden Gertrude and Evelyn Price and Georgia Boston E PC The Epworth League Cabinet hi withIlIisiesThursday evening Business of im portance was discussed after which delightful cream cake and delit servedapresent were Misses Clara and Lucy Benton Messrs Amos Carpenter Grover Aiken William Jones and Prof O W Hedges Cooking Club The Cooking Club had a most de lightful meeting with Miss Dorothy Porter on Saturday afternoon at her home on South Maple sire Each member brought some go thing to eat and after they b indulged in games for quite a while f ho feast was spread and partaken of Those present were Misses Mar and Gertrude Bloomfield Virginia Baldwin Elizabeth Stewart Ora Gaines Allen Kathleen Earp me Scrivener Catherine Hughes Rosalind Stevenson Frances Cam Scotland Elizabeth Beckner Reception One of the most beautiful affairs l r TIMEIABOUT HALF THE Half the watches that people carry are not doing their iT best work and realy it isnt the fault of the watches not cleaned or thought about maybe for years Bring your watchesto us we will be through in overhauling rthemr 1EC Hi BOWEN Jeweler arxi Optician A n H of this season was the reception Mr and Mrs John M Jenkins to commemorate their wed ding anniversary On February 27 1889 twenty years ago this beloved couple were united in the holy bonds of wed lock in the Christian church a Sterling by Eld H D Clark o that city The bridal party consisted of Messrs Tom Reynolds of Charles ton George Skinner of Dayton Ky W T Dale of Lexington E W Brown H W Senieur und James B White of Mt Sterling The house looked exquisitely beautiful in its trailing vines an flowers The whole lower flo manIs f of magnificent brides roses while over the hangings and over the doorways and chandeliers were gracefully wound ropes of the beau tiful asparagus fern and rosebuds In this rein Mr and Mrs Jen TuSterlingMrs Jenkins looked exceediagly handsome in an ecru felet net with silk embroidery to match and diamonds She carried brides roses In the drawing room Miss Mazy Renakcr gowned in a white robe over white silk with bla jet hair ornament and Miss Cla Croxton in pink filet net over pin f jeFrompaired to the dining room which was magnificent in its decorations of green and white On the side board buffet and in the china cabinet were displayed the beautiful china sparkling glass and the old family plate On thecenter table with a handso cover of Batten burg was a huge vase of brides roses Mrs Sam Jeffries in blue satin Mrs J C Vaught gowned in rose and Mrs M A Donavon also in rose attended to the wants of the guests and saw that each was sowed to the palatable lunch Miss Lucy Stewart gowned in messaline the shade of the heart of the American beauty rose Winn a tiny white heart on each lue as they lef j the dining room Miss Evelyn Price in an optic satin presided over the register table Mrs George A Green in white chiffon Mrs J H MacNeill in blue ruessaline with fringe trimmings Mrs M T McEldowney in a gold spangled net Mrs Walker Lancaster in lavender satin and violets and Mrs Harry Strother gowned in champagne ably sass the hostess in aIntables on which the beauiful china was displayed which showed in UdThroughout the pleasant an orchestra discoursed sweet strains of music With hearty congratulations it our sincere wish that they may be spared many more years of happiu and usefulness The guests were Mrs George Green Mrs M A Donovan lI Hurry Strother Mrs S A Jcffii Misses Lucy Stewart Clay 1om Croxton Evelyn Price Mary Rezi ker Mr Sterling Craig Mrs J C Vaught Mr and Mrs G P Haggard Mrs C S Guy Mrs Walker Lancaster Mrs George Jon Mrs L T Ha an Mrs D B Goodwin Mr and Mrs Strossman Miss Prances Pen etdleton Mr and Mrs Ben Dryers 11rsj Neadill us Lisle Mrs J Harry Allan Mr and Mrs C B Stewart Miss Nancy Gla cy Mr and Mrs T C Robinson Dr Mrs C H Rees Mrs D 0 Mer edith Mrs W Byrd Hodgkin Mrs Telitlia Grigsby Mr and Mrs Lucien apeckler Mrs Aurelius Sayre Mr and Mrs J Smith Hays Mr a JisDay Susan G Anderson lirSrV DSmith Mr and Mrs W iicLane Dr and Mrs George F Cla Mrs H II Franklin Mr and 11113T M S Miller Dr J C Vaught Woodson Moss Mis Georgia Mo ss ClayVheelerIshmael Mr tine Mrs M T11cEl downey Mr J W Hollar Mr a Mrs S J Ashbrook Mr and Di H Robinson Miss Martha Il Messrs M A Donovan W Gars Smith Jeff Stewrt 1 A Wenthe Dr and Mrs J 0 Crutcher Mr Mrs Sam A Jeffries Mrs Jack D IctheMrs J Tom Bradley Misses dna and Lticy Browning Mr and Mrs W A Whitcornb Mr George Gre n Mr and Mrs 0 G Hadderi Miv anti Mrs T S13usli flit Mrs Hr L Ramsey Mi and Mrs Level n Gss Alice Calmw Mrs n 110P Evans Mrs 08 Johnson Mrs Sara K Hodgldn Mrs W T Ogdeu Mrs T M Morrow Mr and Mrs LYanIetersie Mrs E E Kidwell Messrs John Weathers James R Elkin Clay Elkin Lyle Robb James A Gree n PeudletoifGeorge S Brooks c Rev II D Clarke of lIt Sterling Mi s Rannie Bur roughs of Alt Sterling Mrs C H Petry Mt Sterling Mrs Mattie C Oliver Alt Sterling Mrs George W Pickels Champaigne Mrs E Wppd Georgetown Air George Schiller New Albany Ind Mrs T Mrsd W Mrs bynMatlispii Ind Miss Phoebe I Henderson Air and Mrs Gus Brooks Alaysville Miss Ruth Lexington PERSONALS 4 Air Joe Tucker of Tennessee the nest of his aunt Miss Nann he cker Air James Bean returned to his home in Danville Saturday after a visit with relatives here Daisy Davies Y P AI S do not want you to forget their Inch par this evcningl Tckillkat Og a There is little hope pf recpv = Air IT T Grooms was a guest in town Saturday Mr Stuart Tracy was a visitor here today Miss Leila Croxton returned home hUthada delightful visit with Alrst W y tiIyour measure taken at the Inch party tonight Mr James Buckner of Paris was a giiest in town for a few days this week lilts Alatlio C Oliver pf Alt Ste ling is the guest of Mrs John Jenkins for a few days Mrs Effie Wood of Georgetown has returned home after a delightful visit with Mrs George lion Cyedn was guest and Mrs stSam Ashbrook for a few days fprrtdelightrulyisit to Mrs E E Iii well Miss Estina AlcVieker of Cincinnati has come to accept her position with Miss Rose Baldwin for the spring season We regret very much that Mr a lira 01 E Bush leave today to ma their home near Lexington returnedst to ez visit to Air and Mrs Gus Brooks Mrs Murray Wrenn and little son Robert have returiied to their ho hi Lexington after a three weeks visit to lit and Mrs Sil Duielli Mr Walker UeeVesof Seattle Saturdrs3 tho guest of his brother Mr Austin Reeves inCinciilnis ati r banquet Saturday night esshiss Sarah J3ushof Dladis reAlaat rsDlrJames S Phillips has returned esfrom an extended visit to Florida Leiltgtaon the reception given by Air and 1L Jenkins aygformer will remain at a hospital under the care of a specialist for stom hopefort gilis occupyingLexhigtpn Piano Company soIl gents for the Steinway and other pianos j No 327 West Main street ad gG the Hippodrome h the month of March 1909 R de Roode will present free new music of his own se = rklectiou eoual to the amount of e purchase to every buyer of sheet rsmusic who will bring or mail to him this notice which will appear nl elite cut frpmtnis issue of the Win Chester News lCut this out rfow 3 1lt 311trsRendertian tnarscasay areqith Appians you should do things In the Appian way Of Calumny A nickname a man may chacV to anddeves to pc t lyIs1AC IMwa 1LJ 4 i CONGRESS COMES HIGH Present Session Will Cost Consider ably More Than Billion Dollars Washington March INow that billion dollar sessions of congress are duringBthe short sessions and the one to end this week is no exception to the rule The appropriations for the session probably will be the largest on rec ord even exceeding the 1 008000 000 provided for at the first session Scarcely any of the general policies of the country were touched upon this session The discussion in both ofAof the Brownsville affair and of the Tennessee Coal and Iron company purchase has brought the administra ration of Theodore Roosevelt proms 11neatly into view The veto of the census bill because the employes for censusAtvice regulations was a feature in another interesting chapter of the ses slop When the congress ends there will be no national child labor law no postal savings bank and no addi- s tional regulation of water rights Liners Report Heavy Seas New York March 1 Incoming transatlantic liners reported violent gales sari tumbling seas during the voyage Among them were the Cu narder Lucania the French liner La steamtyWO BATTLESHIPS VISIT METROPOLIS Rhode Island and New Jersey Given Noisy Reception Yorkersagot their first glimpse of a portion of round tho world battleship fleet when the battleships Rhode Island and New Jersey steamed majestically into port and anchored oft Tompkins vine Staten Island After discharging ammunition the rrJerDimarine observer at Sandy Hook was the first to congratulate the big ships of war He picked up the Rhode Island the first of the ships to arrive and immediately got busy with his signal flags which when strung con veyed a message of welcome and con gratulation When the channel leading to the harbor was reached Forts Hancock Wadsworth and Hamilton boomed out a welcoming salute and this was answered by time Rhode Island The harbor craft then took up the rote of welcome and all the way up the hay and until the battleship reached her anchorage the vessel was greeted whistlkee The battleship New Jersey which arrived several hours later received a similar greeting During the day thousands of persons lined the Bay ridge and Staten Island shore to take a anmd as came ashore OHIO WINS TROPHY Makes Best Steaming Record on Tour Around World Fort Monroe Va March 1Thebattleship Ohio sailed for New York All of the vessels of the Third squad theont sea sailed today for Guantartamo whence they expect to be sent on West Indian cruise The Ohio went out of the Virginia capes with black smoke curling from all three of her tall funnels and ex spests to cast anchor in New York bay some time this afternoon The officers and men alike are arixious to generathesailed away the proud winner of tho steaming trophy for the voyage around the world The announcement of the award was made from the flagship Connecti thesle IN HONOR Of POE American Author and Poet Remem bered Today by English Society London March IAt the annual dinner tonight of the Authors club of this city the principal literary organ thOfthe life and works of Edgar Allan cesn tenary was celebrated in January in the land of his birth o droneYr Humphry Ward Justin McCarthy Lord Fairfax Lady Essex Mrs Corn wallisWest and William Archer Russia Admonishes Servia St Petersburg March 1ThG Rus sian government has sent a telegram counselinneg claims and await the decision of the powers Pioneer Oil Man Dies PltUburr March i William Cal ley Mc lri one of stern Peaasy vaniaa iiicueer oil men died at his home hetrc after as illness ofonly a few hautf = a t v The Qua ity rThe Q ntityfT e PrJce are three very essential fiS 1gs in the selection of the Fufiii ings for your house These are watchwords in our buying5 Twentythree years of business success proves ourjposition is correct COME IN AND SEE THE NEW tHINGS FUR SPRING The Wino Furniture Co t We H Green Trading Stamps r Electric Current DayandNightWe Furnish Current for Motors to r 7 Do Your Washing Run Your Sewing Machine 1 Run Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair IroningRun ng We Furnish Current for All Purposes We LessMoneyin KentucKy Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED HouseeSaturday March 6tn MATINEE AND NIGHT 56e WAYNE CO PRESENT the Big Musical Comedy 5he WHITEHATComplete SELECT COMPANY 3O PEOPLE 30including the famous American eau y Chorus OF 20Singing and Dancing Girls20 ELABORATE COSTUMESSCENERYEFFECTSSame aProduction Special Matinee 15c 25c Night Prices 25c 35c 50c 75c Seats on sale at usual place Thursday at 9 a m The Law of Speculation Big men aro given to taking profits while smaller juen are laying a basis for profits that may or may not bt shown Tho law of the fishes In the sea applies In speculation The bii reslotivesafe when the large ones are not hungry THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Ad ems of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema liadj for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors 1bo said the pois ned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Only 50c Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company Masters of Our Own Destiny It is ray own deed which melds my character Jf 1 end put hared it 1 retaliate judge condemn or yield to anothers dominating spell then I con scJonely take part la the tray dud must suffer the coftaequen o tto Dresser OPERA HOT E I Thursday Mar 4th JOHN W VOGELSBig Minstrels Forming in its Entirety the gest Best and most Comp Minstrels in Existence DIFFERENT FROM ALL QTHE The best by Test New ental First Part The gret gathering on this globe of Ain cas sweetest singers clever cers and Funny comedians Afcc show with new features Concert of Picked Soloists a grand Symphony Orchei tr Sale of Seats begins Tue PRICES Down Stairs SOc 7 Gallery 1 Hush has GAS HEATEAND RANGES FAVORTTETTOVBEST BUSH ontheC Powers of AtmraUan P6 lit Au trKHn citttB the p new eiipewet d to enter dWntDls la irhteb ttuiaf gJI bUng r pJtyRbw 1otlera w t i L I Wf l t r II p- lx t l J r t i C Y h yif i4rb i If t7 THE WINCHESTER MEWS t OlDlATERAL t bp IGn tGoii ut datrlotalUPI t oBet more totbe 17sOf ge 01ts and Garden Ai bYthe ld force ce of fctifaHc roadfit it tbe d eIit ot- a uN1I Wa f jY T m- j ust ground whlchthiN t r rf that sheds wafer il- r QotMtrucfed In the sand c1Pflje clay serves as the Tbtnd I er prppprtloa ot tclay to beuSed J Jwaidfl oirtbe quality of the sand yi proper proportions of the m1- xtdMQ determined by filling a glass wkk the Bbd and then filling it uj W1I water The water is poured oft find imied Since it justfills the 8Hf between the eatad grains it rep t reiiiM aiw at tho amount of clay nec KewMiEy to b mlxedwlth this quantity bjfwHa Q6a eantfrday rod when well conS gUi t make a fairly good highway gl lritbe epring rains But the gov r everts dont suggest It as tbt1fU tor macadam except in ter prrwrCirQCk Je so scarce as to proIUirtare n wTflhi clay knd the sandclay cpmbina t SISti Is Infinitely better than the ordi na1r barnyard variety of dirt high WayK Into which the wagons sink to t1iib when the spring rains set Jn The department estimates that thefsandclay roads can be built at a cost bf froin 860 to a mile depending of pbupso on the distance of hauling The Qnseot maintenance is not hay If the road becomes muddy there sand must be fiauled on and It it becomes sandy more clay must be used The surface must be kept crpjjrired with a drag faadam roads cost about ten times tb much for eon rriU iI TSutwthe department believes they are worth the eitra expanse whenever It is at allk ticabU to qonatrupt thcin fc Is understood In Washington that built in western Kansas 4roads serviceable and that ex Mions are to be constructed by the iipmunltiea that have tried then EVILS OF POOR ROADS of Hauling Cut In Half by Good X Highways e ayerngo cost of carrying a ton ood a mile Ty lao is eighttenths mill and by ran 7 11G mills Th age cost of carrying a ton of goods Je on rirst elassroads is said to be tits and on common country roads cents latest report inside by the de untot agriculture for 1904 8 2151970 miles of public roads United States of which 714 per were Improved In old populous rich states BuCh as New York iBylvania Illinois and Michigan improvements were reported on less ian Itt roadsIupon or destined to a farm ivep a country road most of it ft common country road at iome three times as high as it ba if the road were first class ipe the goods actually pay a r toM for a Jew miles carriage aa railroad station and farm or all the remainder of the Jour railroads themselves spend mll td cljp off 1 or 2 per cent from ting expenses here and there and mers were presented with a fea scheme for reducing their rail freights even onequarter they 1 feej that there indeed was a g issue Improvement receives much lon than formerly but Ian it deserves EROADrDRAG and Use One Composed Railroad Iron- otrallrondj Iron live feet ulred to make the road ui the accompanying illus ritt in each end of BA0 CrfltAXUtOAD IRON 2DIlaDl Twit them with iron j Pl1L a half feet apart on onti l feet on thp other i I horse to each end of this I towardttepr l of road BpIkk- tIirbughtbcI center one can rag l Drajg the roads1after- bn as te mud dries t 1e of GoMI Roads S couhrjr Pa7 is furnishing sLor hc part smooth going tk play in general Mif the war future Thou arfif worni of goods thu earS Tver hauled by the nowd Uv red direct 1a or from the farnis to Motor ivaxon are peso fanning districts and tak from tbefarmelsdoor to ket and bcinging back pur the sitinc jmtth6d In short tag fli4btkelead1ng the mooted cterJ t J ro6OTTLSAAT MAN 1 OW1T- he COST OF KEEPING A Results Obtained by One Man- Who Kept a Record The expense of keeping a cow Is the cost of labor and feed As a rule the Jabor is not Included but 1 think that is the most serious question Declares Q O Carlson in Dairy Record When wp hJEi1 to milk anj1c re for the cow we pay good wages and even atI that it is hard to secure a man thatIwill do the work satisfactorily It to do the milking whether the hired man or anyone else does it as a cow that gives milk during ten months out of a year must be milked times This will take about ten minutes each time or a total of 100 hours The stable must be cleaned during the stabling season and that season should be about eight months This will take about four minutes a day or 16 hours a year Feeding the cow hnyI silage and grain will take about seven minutes a day or 26 hours a year To water the cow will take about five hours a year Separating and caring for the cream 14 hours hauling cream to creamery five hours This will make a total of 166 hours per year Now what does that abor cost us when we hIre p m riijf we want a good one we mist ajhim 25 or 30 a month tpgqther with board lodging and washing It will amount to about 15 cents an hour and 166 hours at this price per hour would be 2490 But when there is help enough in the fam UYto do the most of this work one does not consider their time worth as much Of course those figures may vary In some instances as In some places it is much more convenient and it may not take as much time to care for the cow but I consider that it costs about 25 to keep a cow and this covers the roughage etc Farmers that have no silage will necessarily have to feed corn fodder and of this together with the hay a cow will need four tons during tho winter Hay at four dollars aton and silage at two dollars a ton The roughage will amount to 914 Including pasturage The grain at last years price will amount to abput 21 If a good cow is given good care together with the above feed she will produce about 6000 pounds of milk and 240 pounds of fat Figure this at 25 cents and it will be 60 for the fat 5000 pounds of skim milk at 20 cents will be 10 Total Income 70 laboiv 25 feed35 net profit 10 Now figuring on the profits from a cow that is cheaply kept15 worth of feed and the cost will still be 20 and the labor 25 which will bring a total of 45 The best she could possibly do would tye 3500 pounds of milk 140 pounds of fat which would bring a total of 41 or a riot loss of four dollars directly and more IndIreCt- ly Why do we have so many unsatis fied dairymen I do not think there is any profit for a man who does not give his cows good care as she figures upon It Uncle Jerry Too oftehsaid Uncle Jerry Peebles when that there thins Hhey call opportunity cbme ipngi by jocks ttr only an opportunity to steal Some thin r h i1 Faithfulness Is In the Few Aristotle He who has many Zre4 t1ac r= = = = =7 7 MAKE IT BRIGHTI Has Your Stable Enough WIndow to Let Sunlight In Once mpre we raise the question Has youifstable enough sunlight Make a row of windows as high as the celling of your cow stable occu pying Lt least onethird of the space You do not need a carpenter to do that you can do It yourself You can make the windows small one pane of sash 12x24 or 13x26 inches and have them so that they vlll slidebkw- ard If necessary and over that sliac in the summer time you can put net ting or even cheese cloth which will let In the air and keep out the files affording you a comfortable place to milk the cows in the hot weather If we cannot Induce you to go to the expense of making sash make tire openings anyhow and cover them over with duck this winter That will let In the sunlight and at the same time hejp provide ventilation Get the sunlight Into your stables anyhow if you want to ward off tuberculosis have healthy cows and healthy calves and get the worth of your feed DAIRY NOTES Plenty of sunlight in the cow stable means healthy animals It Is best to raise your own dairy cows If you can possibly do so Then you know what you have It requires grain as well as rough ness to produce butter fut and butter fat at present prices is what pays Oil meat contains 2 per cent Protein consequently it is good for milch cows but should not be fed too JIb erally A quart of milk by actual chemical analysis Is said to possess as much nutritive value as a pound of beefsteak at a stated hour both morning IMilk g and keep everything tile stable and the dairy clean You should not only know how much each cow produces but how much it costs to do the producing Dont Sell Them The man who sells the heifer calves from his best cows Is depriving him self of good dairy cows in the time to come when dairy cows will be in greater1 demand at higher prices than at present Humanitarian Who Failed A Brooklyn man complains that he lost 500 backing up an Invention to prevent snoring He can at least count on the sympathy of several million light sleepers who will join him In heartfelt regrets that the antisnoring device did not succeed The rainbow RnfnbowsIOf sunlight seven colors when thief strike the fall ing raindrops The observer must be between the sun and the rain to seethe rainbow When there is a double rainbow the inner one Is the primary and time outer one which Is the fainter is the secondary OUQ Charms Used by GamblersI Gamblers have many charms to Insure goad luck when playing Among these are a fine catskia hung from tho neck a human knee bone or toe bone an owls heart a small red feather a moles font a rabbits foot tho tall of 1lizard the skin of a blacksnake worn ul1dthe waist or a llzarjd with two tails The latter Is IrresistibleIr 1 May Bs a Whited Sjpulcher fIwears Ii hiesCC1yestcn Ws j JUMPED AT NATURES BIDDING WouidBe Suicide Not Completely Nerved for Final Parting With a groan of despair he made up his mind to die Ruined financially and with not particle of hope for getting oir l aI feet again he realized that the only r1Ismobtain immediate use of his heavy life insurance Furthermore if he lingered on he would be unable to pay the on his policies which were not bid enough to unfortunatelyI selves sPftiiat they lapserIDeath Jcforfwas tfliinly solu lIon to tliexpf plileni It was a decision the bitterness of whIch can only be understood by those forced by circum stahces to confront it lIe put on his hat and overcoat and wont out of time house lest the expres sion on his telltale countenance should betray to his lovedv ones his fell inten tion While he was traversing the crowded streets he would consider the best and least suspicious modes of consummating his purpose It he could encompass It so that time thing looked to the world like an accident so much the better There would then be no scandal As he stepped from the curb to cross the street an automobile driven by a reckless joyriding chauffeur came tearing around the corner atter rifylng speed And the energetic leap which the wouldbe suldid made back to the sidewalk out of Nharms way was a caution i REMARKABLE IN THE DOG LINE Proud Owners of Pets Listen to This from Flatbush N V Zip a son of Bluff the big bull ter rier is tho most respected dog In Flat bush N Y says correspondent He requires every other dog within 40 blocks to walk a chalk line and bow to him as he passeS by He can lick everything on four feet up to twice his size yet is as mild as Deveryatthe Pump His master attributes Zips prpwess to his fondness for the pipe Like Old King Cole Ho calls for Ida pipe 71 calls for Ids jlaas H calls fervkli adlers three That is the most remarkable dog in the world says his master He takes my pipe out of my mouth and smokes it standing on his hind feet See The stem is all chewed upl If the tobacco doesnt burn well Zip will get down on houseIre urns me StVong He ougnt to be named Dam son Whyj we have a piano that weighs 600 pounds iTle Zip to it with a tope and he will pull it all over the room Antiquity of the Sausage The sausage dates back to the year 897 It has been asserted that the Greeks In the days of Homer manu factured sausages but this prehistoric mixture had nothing In common with our modern prodiict The ancient so called sausage was composed Jf the same materials which enter into the makeup of the boudin of the French market and thp blood pudding of the sausagetgoats Not until the tenth century did tho sausage made of hashed pork be come kBownr It wa in or near tho year 15QO that thinka to the introduc tipm into GwiSany ol cinnamon and saffron tile sausages of Frankfort and Strusburga4taiiKI a tm1ycsei epm Ution t r rt4ThT 1f f 1 HEAD LETTUCE FROM HOTBEDS Now Is the Time to Begin to Plan for Early Vegetables Plants were started about March 1 in an ordinary hotbed and were well aired to get hardy plants The hotbed Into which they were transplanted was made the last week in March making a bed of hot manure eight feet wide and 18 incites deep on top of the ground Frames were made as for ordinary cold frames except that they were deeper IS inches back and ten Inches front These frames wore set on the manure After It had settled well and had been trampled evenly five Inches of rich soil was put in which was cOV- ered with about one Inch of rotted sheep manure and thoroughly mixed with the soil The bed was then marked so plants would stand eight inches apart each way putting in about 40 plants to the sash Our sashes are made three by six feet using two by twoInch stuff with a crossbar of the same in the middle Common sheeting costing eight cents per yard was tacked onto this frame with largeheaded tacks Plants were set the last day of March and it seemed as if to test the value of time plan a cold snap came on the morn ing of April 2 the thermometer stood at 16 degrees above zero Cabbage and cauliflower plants set in a well protected cold frame were frozen badly while this bed with only a slight protection of wild hay came through without a bit of frOst The sashes were removed everyday unless it snowed or the thermometer stood below 40 degrees but were covered every night when there was danger of frost writes the correspondent in Orange Judd Farmer A row of Scarlet Globe radishes was sown be tween each row and were sold at a good profit ten days before we could pull from outdoors A few sashes were planted to Grand Rapids lettuce which was ready to cut May 20 while plants set outdoors wero not ready un til two weeks later Wo began setting head lettuce June 1 which was 13 days earlier than from outdoors where fine large heads were set The lettuce from the sashes brought us 60 cents per dozen Wholesale and from seven to ten cents per head from the wagon On our retail route It brought about two dollars per sash beside tho radishes which brought one dollar per sash on an and May were cold and wet here so that with an average season and by using large strong plants I think we could have had heads by May 20 Nearly every plant made a good hard welldeveloped head The varieties were May King Big Boston and Naumberger a new variety which proved better than May King both in the sashes and outside It made a larger more solid head that stood longer after it was ready to cut than May King and just as early Care Not Necessary Scientific knowledge is sometimes negligible My boy said the kindly English rector to the hobbledehoy of a youth who was picking mush rooms In the rectory fields beware of picking a toadstool Instead of a mushroom they are easy to confuse That be all roight sur that be said tho urchin us baint agoin to cat em ourselves theyre goin to mar hut to be sold Discouraging Vagabondage The Luxemburg government is treat- Ing incorrigible vagabonds to bread and water for the first four days of tbolr imprisonment and tb the lowest scale of rdinary diet twice a week afterward The prisons are said to botemptyins fast JTHENEWS by mn1fI year 7 IrClark County INCORPORATED Constructio tOeII Think of them d and hill climbing tax paid each yearOn INo asap- oorone the Basis of Equipment and thtt ap plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construe tlon and repairing of all kind and conditions of roads public or pri vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sellII same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a I specialty and satisfaction guaranteed iiii iJIT Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 n This bank bo an business less than three years in the beginning of the financial depres ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been i steady growth fro Lhe sturt in the number of our depositors and in the volume of our business We enrollnew names every week We want yours You are coilia v incited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion all business J M HCbGKIN Cashier J l BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President ADVERTjE1lJI t SPLIT TREES How They May Be Treated and Preserved A kind friend contributes a method for saving trees that split or threaten to split at crotches The drawings show the Idea clearly says Farm Jour nal Any blacksmith can make a brace of this kind the desired length at small expense Bore a small hole Plan of Saving Spllt Trees as indicated by the dotted line insert- the rod tighten and adjust the attach ments and there you are Surely valuable trees are worth this little at tentlon when it is needed Castor Beans Castor beans are remarkably strik ing plants for the annual garden They give a rugged tropical effect whon planted in clumps or with rank grow ing annuals and perennials such as cannas and elephants oar They should occupy the center or back of the bed unless they are dwarf varieties In a single season they often grow more than ten feet tall For extra large plants the seeds should be sown In pots in a greenhouse hotbed or win dow when tomato plants are started But large plants will grow from seed sown In the open ground when the weather has become settled A dry situation In deep and rich soil Is best Among the most striking varieties are RicInus Zanzlbariensis and R Bdrbon iensis which reach a height of 12 to 15 feet and R Cambodgensis which grows only about six feet tall but has beautiful bronzy foliage LowHeaded Trees Keep your trees headed down so that they will not reach up to the moon Wo have seen old trees that were certainly 30 feettalI It Is as much sa mans Ufo is worth to pick fruiton such trees lOnly Road to Success Remember that you cannot be car ned to success in a carriage with the hinges oiled the backs padded and the seats cushioned you must trudge on foot along the dusty highway 1RyANEWSWAWi r ADVERTISEMENT f 11 oad can the Far 1 mers as much ago just to THE VERY BEST Iui Haveany of our readers seen are rent copy of the Cincinnati Weeklj Enquirer If not it will pay to Send for a copy if f i o other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earth The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve tnents and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father pmother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical econonlyv government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged tq emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatccAa are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanii mous verdict of its readers being jiJ The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had ty writing to the ENQCIESR COMAW Cincinnati 0STi Marketsi in the United Kingdom for American cotton othejImportedtween 35000 and 50000 tons of Amer lean cottonseed cake and meal Large i quantities of cake and meal are sol J to other British ports by the LiverpooL I j agents r r jAerected by the people of Scotland be side time auld kirk whera his father was burlcdabput lf a mile from t cottage It is an ugly affair and the Interior Is glven up to selling pdifc cards A tbrlvm business Is dbneb j the postmaster ijere Boston He1dkt J ptp j I u i Advertise iTht Mews t 3 j i 1 w- Jppj L Jco c r t I c f c i x41 l r 1 r rt j d iff fJ Vr t Il qryt WTf Srt J 1 f 1d r 7 i 1 to J I r tr 1 1 l 1f t t tyf 4 a iYe = q xr4ti r Qf rA r LT t6 +v rwrrrx f yzi rr THE WINCHESTERS N WS jXi Ff NOIEOBR60j ARMi Skimmilks the thing for the pigs See that they get it Bury the old rubbish such as old broken glass tin cans etc Regularity in feeding should be one 4bf the rules of the farm Variety of feed with a large prop orion of pjptenj5hould be fed to the brood sows On the pleasant days it should be so that the pigs can get out into the yard for exercise t We like a variety in diet so do the hens Look after the matter if you 7 want the eggs r Ipont use short cuts across the lawn in winter The grass growth will be aJinjured next summer if you do andkyears after planting little subsequent pruning is necessary There is money in butter making in the winter time Prices are up and the cream Is easier to handle than during the hot months of the summer v If red spider gets on the house plants pick off the worst affected leaves Then lay the plants on their sides and hose or syringe them thor oughly then take soapy water and sponge and handwash every leaf and 1 while they are yet wet dust the under sides of the foliage with powdered sulphurBecause pigs are the farmers waste sayers the impression prevails with some that they need no care This is one of the greatest mistakes ever made Pigs are sensitive to the cold They need warm dry quarters and a clean place to exercise in on bright days if they are going to return a profit to their owner II Some people have tho bad habit of doping medicine for every little ail ment And some farmers have the theilhorses It is a good thing to let the veterinarian do the medicine giving If necessary but such occasions will be few and far between if you provide the right kind of care and feed r In an experiment to determine the of basic lime nitrate and cal f1umcyanamid on barley and oats by the agricultural school at Berthonval thatIwere somewhat superior to those obtained in case of nitrate of soda The second gave results about equal to those obtained with sulphate of am monia r The best results are obtained where the cows are fed after milking for un der this method they generally give down their milk cheerfully for they know that milking Is a prelude to feeding A cow is much smarter than she looks and more grateful than most persons would believe So long as the cows know they are not going to be struck or beaten they will I neither kick nor hook An experienced milkman will never allow any loud talking or excitement about his barn or stable for the quieter the cows are kept the greater the quantity of milk given and the easier the work Is per formed Livestock on the farm not only return to the soil much of the fertility theyprovideof using the stuff raised In this way everything grovfn on the farm can be made to yield a marketable product and besides a large portion of it re tamed in the form of manure to be returned to and enrich the land The system gives a maximum amount ol gain with a minimum amount of actual waste or matter removed from the soil It insures chances for permanent and continued success and gives the farmer wider scope for regular in telligent work Here is the prediction of one agri culturalist who is a close observer oi the trend of things in farming com munities What do you think about itTe believe the time Wiccome when farmers will not a great numbers to town butfwiirljuild themwiiha good team devote th me to rah s Ing seed corn and ot specIalties and will find better ety in the country as well as a tter scho l or noeverwelihalJ1tit wWI be better in way liaJJ Wnf which the to n tarnish r t The surplus rooster la the hock li a nuisance Get rid of him Feed a grain ration with the silago 1fj you would get best results If the hens are to lay they must have the feed and care which will encourage egg production Women succeed as a rule with poul try because they are careful and more watchful as to details than are men Oats make a good part of a grain ration Good plan to let them have It right In the sheaf And to scratch it out for themselves- It is the poultryman who knows how to keep his chickens well rather than the one who is wise alto how to treat goodIDont temporize with the sick chick fiockIonce to simple remedies chop off the head and bury Dont let spring come before you have been through the orchard and picked off from the trees all the insect nests and cocoons on limbs or bark Easy to find them now that the trees are bare Post up take stock and lay plans for the coming year The successful 1ernot only knows what he has oh the farm but how the last yea turned out and what he Is going to d the next year You can pretty nearly guess when It Is time for tho dinner horn to blow The livestock and the poultry are just as good guessers as to when feed ing time has arrived Dont disappoint them Be regular You should look over the harness from time to time and mend up and strengthen all the weak and broken places It will not only prove a money saver in making your harness last nearly twice as long as it otherwise would but it will make It safe Dont burn the cornstalks which are left after the stock have been through and stripped then Rather run a sharp disk over them when the ground is frozen and plow them under In this way you will supply much hu mus to the soil besides putting in a very considerable amount of potash White soap can be made by using the following formula Uso four pounds of clean fat a pound of potash four ounces of borax and two ounce- of dry ammonia Dissolve the potash in three quarts of hot water then add to it the borax and ammonia Warm the fat and add it to the hot mixture Let the whole boll five min mites sot in a cool place and stir for a halfhour then pour ina box to hardennNext to poultry manure the drop fertilizeri produced on the farm It ferment easily and is classed as a quickacting manure and when allowed to accum late In the pens where it Is tramped hard by the animals it loses little fer tilizing value When placed in piles or composts as in the case of hors manure it is benefited by mixing with cow manure It is especially valuable for use on vegetables when a quick acting fertilizer Is desired A slice produces about four pounds of manure per day Make your own harness blacking Here Is the fprmula for tho famous English brand Three ounces of turpentine and two ounces of white wax are dissolved together over a slow fire Then add one ounce of ivory black and one dram of indigo well pulverized and mix together When the wax and turpentine are dissolved add the ivory black and Indigo and stir until cold Apply thin Wash afterward and you will have a beautiful polish This blacking keeps tho leather soft and is excellent for harness and buggy tops The horse that is kept working dur raitioning wastes tho feed and endangers the health of the horso Many a horse has died from having been highly fed when being worked and the same feed given when he was idle a few days This is especially true of food such as clover hay bluegrass hay und oats A hard working horse that lias been well fed should on being given a rest for several days have his tion changed In such cases corn better than oats as grain feed and ii clover hay has been fed timothy hay should be substituted Feed plenty of roughage and only enough grain to obtain the results you are after Prof J H Grisdale cf the Ottawa Canada experiment station after tests declares that if an animal is half full and he does not get sum cient to keep his digestive organs well filled and in good healthy condition he will not do welljntnd therefore the first requisite of a cessful feeding is the filling of the right up the top notch It is sot give them an expessive necessaryOr of tho most aucceaa lit experiments ever saw conducted was where cut wheat straw made up the roughage part of the pelf e must however make the rSSSee as palatable can ThetfjBjjjjpds of makiitf mutli tabie are One at simplest aeaue i r ira erne amowat of enailmlet Anothti war is to ralit of meal and WHO Tracer aL v 1r SHE NEVER BOASTS Dont mention her cried the girl with the uncurled ostrich plume in her hatWhy what has she ever done to you exclaimed her friend whose skirt was so narrow around the bottom that it was a mystery how she managed to walkLOh the girl with the uncurled ostrich feather Only I cant bear a person who Iff always boasting Why to hear Madge talk youd think nobody else had ever gone anywhere or seen anything or owned anything I get so tired of It I think it is positively cheap to boast dont you I should say so agreed the girl with the narrow skirt Thats the reason I wondered why you talked so brtcelelThe idea hashed the girl with the uncurled ostrich feather I was simply the 5weredinary sapphires I wasnt bragging in the least If you thought so it w only because you were envious Theres a difference You ought to have heard Madge yesterday I started eveningoscription of how the trimming went on the waist to tell about the dress her cousin brought from Paris and I couldnt get a word in edgewise Even If it was from Paris it wasnt any prettier than mine for my design was perfectly exclusive Madame Sheers brought it over last fall and you couldnt buy any finer goods in the shopsI wont wear shoddy things that may look just as well but that arent the real things Everybody knows thats what Madge does She gets credit for having just as many things as I have when mine really cost twice tellinghowclothes Why when she got her black hat with the willow plump last fall youd have thought shod bought out a whole ostrich farm from the fuss she made And there I wasnt saying thing and all the time I had a new willow plume that was ten inches longer and an awful lot wider than hers I dont believe in making a splurge overyour possessions ancesstion so that she is entitled to throe bars on her Daughters of tho Revolu lion pin She just said that because I was telling lice that I was eligible to the Daughters on both sides of th family Why my family tree goes way back and is just as clear There arent many girls descended from as many prominent persons as I am Of course if you havent any good ances tors it isnt your fault and you exactly to blame but I always thin blood will tell butuI care for my profile Is aristo cratic Mr Gilfoil says the mere line somebodytend that her profile was pure Greek Pure fiddlesticks Not that it is m nature to rue down another girl but that pretense of hers is simply too ridiculousShe so tiresome at times The other day she insisted on tellin about her summer in the Catskil l picturesrepeated over and over again that she visited the most fashionbale camp there and that the other people were all millionaires or something She can talk but I dont believe her an houseboatthing of its kind over heard of in thi region Id like to know if she had thremen among her millionaires who were as devoted to her as John Fairchild and Stanley Williams and Lem Bard well were to me Why they were oneIwasdreadfully drawbacktoa cleverness oldwomantooshe said she never saw a person likeid ra chaperon when we took excursions beinkind inhere could marry Harold Lansing if shedonly say the word Harold doesntcare t wo straws about her Ho likes helltalksuch a relief after the inane chatt e ofMadgeThat girl thinks she is irresistible attentiotonever do If theres one thing Im poud of itiiB t tJI ever boast frIend1lNews w Caviar Made In Manitoba quaistoe It ii stiJMfrto Hamburg ia kegs UUJaJidjarsJ F f rj CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 842 amT- o 22 Daily 11 57 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 30 p m No 24 Daily 925 pm Westbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p u No 23 Daily 438 Pis JLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CincinnatiKuoxville lo al 10 00 a m No CincinnatiJacksonville imited 10 57 a m No MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati conectioh at Paris irrives at G32 departs at 035 p m No 31CincinnatiAtlanta limite 1123 p m Northbound TRAIN SCHEDULE- No AtlantaCincinnati limit 06 a m No 10 StanforclrMaysville Ioc4 conecting at Paris for Cincinnaf 723 n m No 38Kno vill Cincinnati lo cal arrives 250 departs 253 p D- iN JacksonvilleCinciiniati limited 545 p m AIl of these trains will stop at Win hester also axe all daily except Nos y and 10 which ire dailyex cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No2I No 4 Daily Daiij Stations PM UM v Lexington 225 735 Winchester 305 813 L E Junction 320 S2fc Clay City 350190h Stantou 358 910 Campton Junction 430 93 Natural Bridge 43o 943 951aBeat tyville June 510 11017 Alhol 537 WAi 0 K JunctionJuUS 11 U Jackson iIG10 1120 Wostboiujd IDuiliIllilyj Silo I No1 N No5 IEx 031 Sun Onl TAM PM1AM 7OGe0 K June 015 2251 705 Athol 040- Beattyyille 252 730 June 7 07 3 20 754 Torrent 730 341 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 82f 825kStanton 8 15 426 85rJ Clay City S 25 435 92L E June 900 507 931 Winchester 912 5 20 94 ArLexington 955 605 1025 CONNECTIONSYARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 thesg Campton Junction Trails Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ey for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Nos dand 4 will connection with the Lf- A Railway for Beattyville Ky NossK andeway stations W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr CH SSCOTTGP A 17tL r Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE Winchester Bank oe WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT SII1ARrICAS1E j TOURIICOOUMTS lftatIideals It Is a to meet young Binds iaspirad by iclaalK it Is a de Hgtful paatime togJYlaqvarter ot an hour a day to a great peek 13avas- tile bunk book and copy a quoiajioB ok two vtee you mwt t ern I Time For More Printing a IIcan tr J IWhy do you continue bathing knees and elbows one at a times when you can stretch out in a mill bath tem pered to suit you rand can do so every morning if pan wish pump and carry wat er for Ktchen and laun dry wjtm yon can it at handyior the turning of a faucet Vi 3Wtm take chances on ii wat er whoa u can om r5ivoir filtered through the plant Southof the RiT rtT I IT is high time that the men of of this were out that we are the Only Modern Printers with Down to Date Outfit in the City ot Winchester It time they were awaking to this fact If they would reach the ear and catch the eye of the public they must come i for the printing with Which to do it We offer these advantages I The Finest Machinery New and Down to the Type the Largest Stock and the Most Workmen Money can obtain YOU ASK FOR MORE We are vain enough to believe that we have i line of samples that will eclipse anything of its kind in this section of Kentucky andnothing gives us more pleasure than to exhibit our proditctionJo the users ofprinters ink We would like to call and show your that we deliver the goods 11J t O e WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY IriICORPORATEDp Printers of Anything s St New PHone 91 You Cannot Answer These Questions your 2WIJY work have e drink JfIDfllledcistern a bttfiiter Ohio r is to us 4Wltyhnve a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street 5 Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort and health of your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lack of moneyhut lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the most out of 1iet C F A1TERSALL Superintendent WorksWInheer Coe INCOJtOJtATaj At nor ula Street and JEranue will tall you all aboutit Y surprised ate how inexpansiTe tevprrri gee Hts eWhr business vicinity finding Minute Skilled COULD Main Picture flaking t When they show you their sample IJ pictures ask him who made them BARRETT at 22 North Main street made every photo himself that he shows in his gallery It is no CUES3 WORK with him in producing the same excellent work for you HE IS PAST THE EXPERI MENTAL STAGE SN his new car bon Work the finest photographs crer byBARPIETT j sJcJpen ibJe aianJ PORTRAITS POhfRAtf FRAMES AND FRAMED PICTURES V if NIVhtSCemmaaOr c tuTBlaff feariikM from Wr fattl dash for tk Pol lit it ttaicjktetsd J herdof ettMu peat oa aiis EripRiPr ts crud 1aildei tMtr iwo kM al r laid spUf bolre- at4 a t amen r la rTort r r TTT PW7 W 1 I I 3z 4I vr Itkt I I f d xrl 1 s P Ehrtit d grMr WINCHESTER NEWS j I 60VERNOR GOES ONTHESTADPa- ttersona Witness atCoop er Trial IS CALLED BY DEFENSE r j lyeC Details of Meeting With Col pnel Duncan B Cooper on the Day 0f the Tragedy Advised Against Coopers Action In Sending a Mes sage to Former Senator Carntack Review of the Facts as Presented by Tennessees Executive Nashville Tean March 1Gover nor Pattersons appearance In court waa the feature pf the day In the trial of Colonel Duncan Cooper and Iin and John Sharp for the killing of Former Senator Carmack The governor was called by the defense Sev eral eyewitnesses of the tragedy also V were examined When Governor Patterson was ca- neda murmur ran over the room quickly suppressed as the tall slender hbylshlooking governor walked Ito tlroom hat in one hand over coat in the other He listened to the oath arid saldvl do at its conclusion r f Mr Patterson testified he was gov ernor of the state having served one J term of two years and one month of the second He knew the Coopers theIIB hunted him as a result of a tele i horie messkge from his daughter f Mrs Lucius Burch Cooper was found in the Maxwell house The state began to object and the court ordered the jury to retire I Want to say said Judge Anderson Tlthat we propose to ask questions heretofore ruled out but wbwant them in the record so the jury had better retire After the 12 men had gone out the govdrnor was told to tell all that happened I found Colonel Cooper in the writing room writing a letter or dictat Ing one I sent for Attorney Tames Bradford and Robin Then I learned that the letter he had been dictating was to Mr Carmack I urged him strongly Bat tQ send it so Hid Mr Bra4foriltvamd Robin agreed with us Colon Cooper was very angry He1 said he was a private citizen and that the senator had no right to use his name thfit he felt as though a r man was spitting in his face each morning I tbldkliii that If he sent that letter it inigiiC provoke an en- cOunter a personal encounter which I told him mst be avoided at all costs The letter was turned over to Mr Bradford who promised to adjust the difficulty and asked if eolon jCooper would let him keep the letter and meet Tiim at his Biadfords at 3 p m I then saw MrsWilU8m son and asked if she was ton take luneijeon with the colonel and she said yes I told her It would be ad yisable for her to remain near the tlonet until 3 p m I did so be knew tshe was a good friend ot hfs and the colonel was Very an gry I left then as it was near noon and tRobln went with me up through the Arcade I told Robin if I were him I would remain near Colonel Cooper that day Did you anticipate any trouble 2P sir for the letter the colonel wrote was unsigned and in Mr Brad fords possessIons I was signing some bonds when Attorney Bradford tele phoned and said he had not seen the party we were speaking of but that tJfeneral Tully Brown and he had discussed the case and decided there was no danger of trouble I expressed ray satisfaction A few minutes later I telephoned Bradfords office and asked Colonel Cooper to come to the mansion within 30 minutes Did you wish to see him about this trouble No sir Colonel Cooper was one pf my closest advisers I was going away that night and wished to see him before I left The governor said he walked out of tile mansion with one of his staff and n1t Governor Cox They chatted a itleudthe governor reentered the sioiu After a little while the por Le BM faand told him of the klll- L ing f thesepw elttie a left me In the Arcade andI thanked me for what I had done and is he did so his eyes filled with t lira rrAfc this point Judge Hart indicated tthat he believed the results of the conference were admissible but not i je language used at them However nVsaid be was open to argument The stages attorneys announced that the wrofeclftion objected to detailing xhe kCOriVersation of the conferences but nptto the results of the conferences Q the governor understood it The jury was recalled and the gov those portions bt his previous taptimpiir which the court haft declar 4 admlssablc The goy ernor wa then excised l i Drops Dead In Crurch Philadelphia March 1Whtle sit ting in a pew at tlie Bible class ex- rcises of the TJpga Presbyterian r I yrt atfi r L Goon PRICES WERE REALIZED AT SALE Stock of G W Reedjring Fine Pric esJ R Bush is Auc tione r The sale of stock of G W Reed Satiu5rdnytpike was attended by one of the largest crowds tluit has been at a public sale in some time The following isa partial Jist of some of the sales made asvreportcd Lv J R Bush who conducted the safei2 good brood marcsin foal to Jack 18 for one and 31 for the other 1 fouryearold mare 157 1 fouryearold buggy horse 105 1 work horse 27 1 work mare 1G50 r 3 good milch cows with calves 31 U9 and 19 2 yearling heifers 17 caclu 47 ewes GGO each 10 shoats 380 each 1 brood sow 15 20 bushels of rye vcents per bushel 2 stacks of timothy hay 11 per ton 10 dozen Barred Plymouth Rock chickens 750 and 15 each 7 turkey liens 350 each 1 gobbler 75QI7 Pekin ducks 81 cents each I 3 feather beds 42 cnets per pound 150 pounds of lard for 15 cents per poundA lotof householdand kitchen furniture and a lot of farming implements were sold at extra good prices See demonstration Safety Belt Buckle at Currys 3131 LOOKS LIKE SUICIDE Plttsburg Merchant Found With Bul let Hole In Temple Pittsburg Pa 1IarchlVtth his brains oozing from a bullet hole in hingwalked from his office on the second floor of the shoe store of Joseph Greenwald Company to the front door of the store leaving a track of blood all the way and was fumbling with the lock when he attracted the attention of passersby and policemen burst the door in He had walked fully 60 feet On his desk was found a note saying M LewIs ha robbed me and my family of everything Jo seph Greenwald As the doors were all locked and no one was found in the building it is believed to have been a case of suicide Greenwald probably will not recover SLASHES WOMANS THROAT Pittsburg Man Attempts Life of Worn an He Courted For Years Pittsburg Pa March LWIth Mrs Anna Baxter a widow whom he had courted for several years sitting on his lap in her home William Gear hart suddenly drew fa raior from his pocket and slashed the woman across the throat She called for help and her son and daughter dragged her from Gearharts arms and notified the policeWhen the police arrived they found Gearhart lying on the floor his throat cut and a big knife in his hand Th I razor e had used on the woman was lyins on the piano Both victims ere taken to a hos pital where it la said their recovery is doubtful NEW RATE IS EFFECTIVE Postage Between Newfoundland and United States Reduced Today Washington March 1 Beginning today a twocent stamp will carry a letter from Newfoundland to the United States and vice versa Instead of 5 cents as heretofore The reform is said to be due largely to the efforts of Dr Wilfred Grenfell the famous missionary to Labrador who recently interviewed President GenefJiMeyer Waiter Kills Cook Chicago March 1 Because ho cooked two eggs instead of three as ordered Charles Kelly a cool in a downtown restaurant here was stab bed and instantly killed hr G C liar baugh the waiter Mlio did lho6 dering Heart and Brain The heart that husbands a desire t01 get even with imaginary enemies Is the haunt of unhappiness and the brain that strives to co ceiia means offretaliation for a fancied wrong is Mauae1ne Renewing HostilitiesINagley Tvo discovered there Isolf state in wlkh divorce is wbon tihY necessary Mrs Nagley snarpl Which is that Nastey fDie stat of single blessedness illustrated Sunday Magazine Always the h Edgeworth A straight 1 teiaticj shortest inmorals as In WRITES OF THE INSTITUTE Mr LucieiT Beckner tells Interesting Story of Farmers Meeting At Elizabethtown To the Editor of The News o Gfattending the State Farmers Institute About eighty counties were represented by at least two hundred arM fifty people This was the largest institute over held if counted by counties and shows the increased inaterest the people arc taking In many respects it was also the best institute ever held The program was able interesting and COy a c Llliedure was the large proportion of home talent Heretofore we have had to import the majority of our speakers from other States This to shows healthy progress On Wednesday night the Elizabeth town people gave a dramatic entertainment by home talent which was a revelation to everyone on what can- eb done at home The performers would have shown in anv company They were not only trained and tal ented but the girls that took part were as pretty as Mav mornings when the world is alive with bees and birds and blossoms and they made the old bachelors present t suffer an agony of delight Time married men were more guarded l their ex p rcssionsmpapers a I fhavewhich contains nIl the papers in full sent to each member of our chumaThe newspapers were politics that cropped out Of course fromIthenonpolitical educational convention lu this appellate district there wino politics the trouble was in the second district where II M Beard contested the seat of W II Moorman on the Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration The fight arose over the report of the Committee on Credcntijils of which I was chairman I would not accept time place until was informed lhal my selection was agreeable to both contestants Tin committee consisted of three Demo crats and four Republicans of which one myself was chairman We presented a unanimous report and there was not a dissenting vote cast on any contest I fought for the adoption of my report and it was carried against vigorous opposition by an overwhelming majority It made very little difference as it turnedout for the second district was all one way Mr Beard being elected by a vote of nine to one In this Ihe seventh district we had two excellent candidates Mes srs Tom Biggerstaff of Mt Sterling and Fred Blackburn of Stantori both our neighbors Mr Biggerstaff is one of the most uptodate far mers in the State and Mr Black bum u young business man and far mer of tried ability Time State Boaid of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration has more than agricul ture to care for as its name suggests and the mountain members were anxious to have a mountain man on the1 board to look after their large fore estry and immigration interests This feeling caused Mr J C C Mayo tr be placed on the board last year and it also caused Mr Biggerstaffs de feat this year I had never met Mr Bigsrerstaff before but would have voted for him because one of the members of our club asked me lo had we had anv change but he only received two votes Mr Blackburn hind been a friend ot long standing and being backed by every other commntyin the district save Montgomery and Johnson hip I saw Prof promiseto i r Your truly C irrTKN BECIvNER j introduce Met od More time is the usui exclamation even by those who haVe all the time there is They should bethink themse1ves about more method or else waste less timeW H Howe Women Are to Share With Mer Men and hafewomen to a con mon way of Iiea common education 7and they aVI to watch over the cit i zeqs in c mmoo whether abiding in the city or pint but to wart they are to guard together andtohunc together 11kw dogs and always tfSA inall thngs women are to shariQ with the mniiPlatoS p dvH In ir I k iif IYGEM GRAND CONCERT TO BE HEARD MONDAY Ladies of Christian Church to Pre sent Attraction at Opera House Tonight The Lyceum Grand concert under the auspices of the Christian church ladies will be given at the opera house Monday night The Lyceum rand concert is composed of some the most distinguished and skill d artists of their kind now fouling the country and is one of the Jinest ever brought to this city The advance sale of scats so far has been very gratifying and assures large audience COUNTRY HAMS cents a pound S Renaker Sons W suicq JIUn03 guu allIs joj- 2273t J W RUPARD ASKS VOTERS TO THINK Gentlemen Tomorrow is election day Think about the matter in a serious way Arc just a few nell to rule city mal county politics AiC you willing to go on groping your way in the dark and let low men say thus and so I want you to thiiikand I do not say by this vote for me for Chiefof Police but just think for yourself Most of you know both my opponent and my self Think seriously vote effectively If you think my oppon en more deserving of the ollice tItan myself vote for him if riot vgtc for nc I only want to get yoir to thinking or Iinn perfectly willing to abide the decision of thi people I Ijave voted time Democratic tick t mid hava a largefamily to support You owe me nollliug for being a Democrat nor for Having a largo family to support My life has been as an open book I have nothing to hide from the people and if Ian the choice of the pcof pic I will pledge myself to do my duty as I see it without fear or favor With malice toward none hut charity for all I await your decision Rcsneetjhmlly 0JJiWijPARD il 211I 3I Principle of Education At the foundation of the art of education must be the following principle which those who make in advance the plans for such education must under stand It Is necessary to bring up children so that their education shall be adaptable not to the present but to the future perhaps better condition of the human racethat is it should be adapted to the idea of mankind and to its entire designation This prInci- ple Is Important in the highest de gree Usually parents bring up their children so that they shall be fit only for the present world even though it is depraved But they should educate their children better in order to create thus a future better state of man klndKant Small Boy Then and Now This is the way the editor of the St Joseph Ga Eye writ s it David was considered a noble little fellow because he went forth and slew the giant Goliath with his sling It pleased King Saul and all the children of Israel to such an extent that he was at once crowned as a hero and made a ruler Very little heroism would be credited to an act of that kind in our day of the world Give the average tenyearold boy- a sling of the David style and he would not onlykill all the giants with in four miles of him but ther would notbe a window light nor a dog with in that radius jf i Fashion and Good Taste It is very foolish and betrays what a small mind we hate to allow fash ion to sway us in everything that regards taste in our way of living our health and our conscience To have a hobby is not to have a taste for what Is good and beauUful but for what is rare and singular and tyr what no one else can match it is not to like things which are perfect but those which are most sought after and fashionable It is not an amusement but a passion and often so violent ititre L Old Thoughts MBc New A thought is often original though you have uttered it a hundredtimes It has come to you over a new route by an xpress train iof associationn Holmes iNewest TKiefCatcher A recently invented thiefcatcher for stores consists of a system of levers which will close doorsfrom behind a counter on pressing a pedal and at the same time ring an aianit dutsidezth1 building fT i J Generally The man who things he Is one ofthe cl Pelt few generallj turns out to be orieof the dIsnr1iointRdNmasy CLOSE BASKETBALL GAME SATURDAY K W C Wins From Lexington High School By Score of 22Ito 20 lime closest basket ball game of time season was played here Saturday night between the K W Cnnd time Lexington hugh School men At time close of time first half score stood K YoC 12 Lexington 7 but the High School boys evened up in time second maid time score rdmnnimmcdii tie until the referees whistle blew time The balls was in time air fon ifs way for the last basket and gave the locals the game the score being 22 to 20 in favor of the local boys Best work for Winchester was doije by Stone antI Henry for Lexington Willis and Smith Passing on boUt sides was ragged and d6spile the close score the ga ie was listless Time line up was as follows Willis F Stone Smith F llonryLarrimer Kimbrougli C Guire G Williams B SousleyGoKimbrougli 2 Henry 3 Stone 3 Larrimer 2 Sousley 1 Williams 1 Goals from foul Smith 3 Stone 2 Norwegian Industries Notwithstanding the great reputa tatlon of Norway for fishing only about per cent of the population of that country live by the fisheries Nearly onenaif are supported by ag riculture and the forests Cure for Loves Wounds Vanity is the collodion of loves wounds Uuoss the cut be very l ep let a little of the gclatino of selfes teem be smeared over the injured sur face and allowed to harden and In a few days there is not even a scar to tell the tale of flighted heart Dont Know How to Live There are people who go about the wprld looking for slights and therenecessarily miserable for they find them at every turn esiiocinly im aginary ones They aro inorally il literate for they have never learned how to IIveHcnry Druminond Heat from Wood Coal and Charcoal Wood yields onefourth of the heat of coal ciiarcca about the samoheat as coal Only Question of Time When a woman who trots around aU day marries a man who runs around nil night it is only a question of time SpCelimiLGalveston Perfecting the Intellect The intellect Is perfected not b knowledge but by activity Aristotle Charm of the Atomizer My aunt has the prettiest cat said the girl who Lad just come in but it was delicate She used m cousin Philips atomizer on its throat The cat had asthma Finally she gave It away The grocer took it miles In aIcamoIBehind every big accomplishment there is always one big manlIub bard PVBUC SALE OFIJERSEYS TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA- BREEDINGSEVERAL ARE REGISTERED AT TAY LORS STOCK YARDS Wednesday March 3 Afternoon 0 Sixty are fresh with young calves balance yearlings and twoyearolds Several of them arc bred 25 cows are giving from four to live gallons per day mid a record of two ppunds inIViThis lot of cows arc limo finest ve intro ever offered S C CARPENTER Millcrsburg D F BROWN Tennessee FOR RElTFilLtof 3 rooms with water and gas corner of Maple and Fairfax streets Apply to F IL JACKSON or MUSE G SVMPSON 3l2t FOR SALE House of 5 rooms on Front street Poyulorvilie Cash or easy payments Apply to WILL COPIIER Kens mill 3121 FOR SALEijio feet ot Yard fence W WH1TCOMB 318 S High land 31lf FOR RENT2inm with gas MRS E a AUSTIN H1mllmst 2h7it- FORSALEA oTd Work horse Ap 1yal Il4cuiico oiv call M5i Home phone 225lf WANTED Tenant to grow 15 acres of tobacco must give references ofTicdIFOR SALE OR hENTllosc of four rooms in North Park Apply to Jt M CLARK 151 Magnoli avenue ZS3t1Ion 1V e Fri f oID Side Strap Pumpstay on shapedIpumps new Lside straps not only holds the pumps firmly on the feet but it is one of the most stylish features in our spring equally Watch show windows for First Showing Friday March 5th PhillipsLI 1 IINCORPORATED Co WINCHESTER RY t tMANUFACTURERS OF Gray Iron Semi SteeS Thermit Steel Afluniinuni Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds i Drawings Specifications and Blue PrintsN 5 Jth ARE ALSO AGENT iS FOR All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes vt J dr 1 qcOt1 I CLASSIFIED j t COLUMN r tClassifiedPer r Word Onehalf cent per word pet inser tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books Jor less than 25 cents Thieve continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or mot ufced willu one year 4 cents a line FOR RENT ruii 7room dwelling First axe 18 00 4room dwelling First ave 12 50 ijroom dwelling Haggard st J5 00 Groom dwelling Lex a vc 18 00 Groom dwelling Lex mouIJ5 00 5ropra dwelling AVinn itve12 50 rIKE THE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE OR RENTTwo desirable dwellings one on Haggard street time other corner of Burns and Bcckncr W P AZBILL 211lmo LOST Blnok silk scarf found on Maplo street some little time ago payingforon Air A H Sympson tV 2lllfV FOR SALE Grocery and meat shop paying business Terms reason able Address W A B this office l14tf WANTED To take orders for niak lbalesCOLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 654 112lrao FOR SALE Cheap graphophonej and about 30 record also large Morning Glory horn Address N- It B this office 19tfW- AtITEDScwimmg at home or in families MRS HADDEN 21 Taylor avenue 215lmo FOR SALE House and jt for sale Wrest Broadway five rooms good cistern LEE J W DECK 2136t WANTED To buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217 fcf FOR RENTs flat of four rooms with bath gas and water DR GLENMORE COMBS 217tf WIRE FENCEI still build all kinds of wire fence Ii in the market for J same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER WianSavenue Home phone 541 216tiSFOUND In front of BrownProc toria a brown belt with gold buckle I Can have same by calling at News t office and paying for advertise ment 3lGtf r FOR Two houses N TAYLOm1Ji 2i7tf FOR SALE Old papers for sale at this office 2lGtf FOR SALE Solid cherry side board and a folding bed and dresser com bined MRS F H DUDLEY 228 S Jighlanel street 2203t WANTEDDay boarders MRS B II BRAMBLETT 14 S Maple st 222Gt FOR RENT 150 acres 30 acres eqrn10 acres in tobacco remain der in grass for rent on shares CHARLIE LOCKNANE 224lt WANTEDA partner to open a met thiscityAdd2244t FOR SALE Farm of 02 acres just out of the southern limits of Winchester Ky Has upon it a seven room dwelling barn and other out sellinlocation for suburban homes Ap itjPeoplesLOST Gold IBet with mona r IL S TI nder picas returmm to this oISc d reeerre ttwiird 2243t 1 TRYANEWSWNT VERTISEMET r c- J