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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b- t ti t Editio4 4 ffY f lLast rt VOL L NO 119 KY TUESDAY MARCH 21909 f 2 CENTS A COPt GEMS A WKI FAIR VOTE IS BEING POLLED IN DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Voling Being Done In PrecinctsAll Active And All Confident Of Winning The city Democratic PruuLIs on Wjjh the exception of the crowd around the coUrt house there is very little interest being shown in the clcc tigh inda comparatively light vote had been polled up to 12 oclock 111 the court hc where the vott jingvhice it for Trie fifth and second vafds the two biggest wards in the city there has been a large ciiowd all duiihffthe morning hours and the qandiUales were very much in evi dence and were very active In the north end of the ctiy at the Doting place for the third ward it is a veritable hotbed of floaters but a t very light vote had been polled up xftV qr rl t IS SALE i Staktion to Distribute Good- t Blooded Stock I Prof Goode of the Experiment Station at the State University has for sale a young Jersey bull of the 6 molt carefully selected milk strain in pigsIwhich he is anxious to sell The price he is asking is ridiculously low because the University is not a mon eymaking institution and because it wants to distribute good blooded stock over the State Here is a chance for some ofour farmers to secure a fine animal at a price which theywill never beable to duplicate We hope this good blood will come to our county Write to Prof Goode Experiment Station Lexington Ky nail tell him you saw this in The News IStMARRIED IN PITTSDUR Miss v e Miss Pearl Hazard of this city was married in Pitteburg Pa Sat urday night to Mr A C Cochran of Dawson Miss Haggard is one of our prettiest and most popular young ladies y and wfl extend to her our best wishes for n long and happy life yfr Cochran is a fine young man ajfd is reported to be wealthy yliiinwe hxtendour heartiest eon granulations FIRE DESTROYS BIG STORE AT SHERBURNE OWING SVILLE KYt March 2 The Store of Morris waits one of the largest at Sherburne burned yes tcrilay morning about 2 oclock The store was valued at 2500 and the stockof goods at 3000 Special to The News- Y1SITINOrON March John Y Langlry introduced a hill in Congress today appropri atiiigIt00 for axmonumcnt to Cecil Dilfs son of Mr and Mil Joe Dills of this city ho Was dr nea in the Kentucky River near oOliesboro about one year ago 1ere is attthis session of Congress j ti it r 1a4r r tn i 4 r I I l 7 L ii L j i i A 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS II Heaviestt DULLl CIICochran To til 12 oclock The following is tile total rote polled up nittilitoon First ward 113 Second ward T 105 Third ward V 80 FourUiard 4G 174forany IQW dyism has been noticed so far and the primary is said byall to be the that has been hefd here in a num her of years The candidates are all in the very best of humor and each of them is holding out that he will be the winner MUST DISPOSE OFHOLDINGS New England Railroad Cannot Own Competing Lines Special to The News BOSTON March 2rBy the dcci sin of the State Supreme Court the New York New Haven mid Hartford Railroad is ordered to dispose of its trolley holdings in Massachusetts by the first of next month The railroad has within the few years acquired all interurban trolley lines which competed in anyway witji the steam railroad and had in that way stifled allopposition ELECTION NEWS The News will issue an extra about 530 this afternoon giving full elec tion returns Watch for the boys SOLDIERS LOST IN ALPS Six Austrian Officers and 25 Men Buried in a Landslide This Morning =Special to The News- INNBBRUCK Austria Mar 2 Six officers and twentyfive soldiers were buried in a landslide in gouger Pass in Tyrol Alps early this morn lug All are believed to be dead At this time in the year the high passes fin the Tyrolean Alps arc always more ior less dangerous DIED IN POWELL COUNTY SMrs Dan Wells lied lash week at her home in Powell ctninty She vas the mother of G W Wells of this county Antony Gnadingor came this morning front Cynlhiana to vote in the primary INTRODUCES BILL FOR MONUMENT I TO THE MEMORY OF CECIL DILLS Congressman John W Langley Asks To 1000 To Man Drowned In River 2Con gressman but quietest Electric last ifr Dills lost his life in a noble ut SueIyoung was driving The horse became unmanageable and plunged headlong in thirty feet of water throwing Mr Ito and Miss Bush out of thin J ugh Dills was an excelcnt swim j but made no effort to escape glingto saVe the ladJ t Oul exhaustedIf It 1 prictMENT SUB rt- i MATHEWS OltrTWO GREAT PITCHERS WHO COACH YALE AND HARVARD TWIRLERS Christy Mathewson the New York Giants famous pitcher has been engaged to coach the pitchers of the Hal card varsity baseball team and Ed Walsh the noted spit hall artist of the Chicago Americans will perform a like service at Yale Mathewson will give lessons In the delivery of his puzzling fade away ball and is sure that the liar yard team of 1909 Avill make a better showing than last years team did Walsh has found some good material the aspirants for pitching honors at Yale nmongI SPECIAL TRAIN WASHINGTON Bradley Special Carries Winchester to the Taft The Bradley Special the official train of Kentucky from Louisville to the inaugural ceremonies at Wash ington passes through this city Tues lay at 130 oclock carrying about three hundred prominent Republicans of the State to the capitalcity The train consisted of three sleep ers one day coach and a baggage car The train left Louisville Tues day morning at 9 oclockand will arrive in Washington Wednesday morning at 8 oclock The special isI known on the railroad sis the econd section of No 22 the fast flying Vir ginia Limited tlut passes through this city at 12 oclock noon and will run thirty minutes behind itall the way to Yash5nirton The following are those who went from this city John G Whtfe J D Roes YolI Robb R R Perry and Rev IT D Colerane colored Among the people from this section on The special were Mr C C R W Cole of Whitley county Welch of Berea S IT Kash bin W C Winn G Bt Todd bothof Paint Lipk and faster Leo Fox who occompanied his grandfather Mr J IW Reid ONE OF THE HEIRS The will of the late Mrs Emma Gregory has been probated at Lancaster Ky She divides her property both personal and realty equally among her four children Her farm in Garrard was appraised at 25 07500 W T Champ qualified as ex ecutor Mrs Henry IT Hall of this city is one of the heirs NIGHT SERVICE ABANDONED The congregation of the First Christian church will have n6 more sSutidav night services uititil they get into their new building R RNS TO l Mr C P Mann who has been runj Wing a restaurant In Paris the toast year sold out his isiness in that city and will return t rj to take clinic pf his iard room ll o t INCREASE OF LI4A110bRMES Slight Change Has Been Made From Stations Near Win chester tIfII Beginning March 1st a slight increase in the rates on the Lexington and Eastern railroad to some of the small stations on the road from this city went into effect From this city west as fur as Pellmni the rates have been increased ten cents and cast of here to Gordonton The rates to Lexington and other points not mentioned above Will be the same at it has been in the past The reason the company announces for this increase is that the rates have never been what they should according to the distance FIRST FEDERAL COURT CONVENES IN JACKSON Judge A MLJ Cochran Begins Ses Which Probably Will Be Ision By Wednesday JACKSON Ky March 2Judge- A M J Cochran of Maysville con vened the United States District Court fqr the Eastern District of cKn lucky at this place at 2 oclpck yesterday afternoon This is the first regular term of court held in this city under the recent act of Con gress introduced by John W Lang Icy Congressman from the Tenth are only 30 cases on the locket all of which will probably be disposed of by1 Wednesday at noon The court has brought a great nuin Uer of people from other counties to this city HAS NEW CONTRACT YThe Winchester Monument Worlds has the contract for a handsomG marker for W W Curry tobtGroot = ed in the Winchester cemetery 1f 0 FELL DEAD AS PASTOR PREACHED ON DEATH March 2Ast- he minister was reaching a climax iii his sermon du Death at the Lori ell church Sunday Mrs Susie Smith who occupied a front pew fell for ward to the church floor and expired 3 IJ T i ur sw 7 MATT MADJGAN MAKES DENIAl Says Charges FiJade Against Him By Col Jack Chinn Are Abso lutely False Mr Matt Maditran who is well known to all of our citizens come up from Frankfort to vote in the city primary For many years Mr Mad igan was Chief of Police in Winches ter A more faithful conscientious officer never lived No one that knows Mr Madigan believes for a moment that he was cruel to a nris oneror any one else Mr Madignn says that the charges made against him by Col Jack Chinn are absolutely false MR EVERETT PACE TO GO TO Expects to Engage in Farming There and Will Make it HisIFuture Home Mr Everett Pace a prosperous young former of this county is preparing to go to Winnipeg Canada to engage in farming He expects to make his future home in this great new wheat country Mr Pace will go from here to St Louis Mpj for a two weeks visit to friends before he goes to Canada Mr Paces many friends will regret to hear of his intentions but allwish hiih the best of success in his new venture HAS CONTRACT FO 4 WIRING THE DEPOT Mr John S Reese Goes to jCorbih to Work on tand N Depot f Mr John S Reese left Tuesday morning for Corbin where he has the contract for the wiring of the new L an 1N depot at that place The wiring wiH practically all be dons through conduits and of the very latest method f Misses Sadie and Rena Scobee spent Sunday inMt Sterling Mr andMrs Jas T Wilson and daubgter of Cynthiana visited Mr and Mrs D Br Goodwin from Saturday untililonday v V l 9 JE lr rl j i 1 MRS TUFT AND MRS SHERMAN TO RIDE IN INAUGURAL PARADE First Time In Of Country Wives Will Take PartMembers Of Honor Elect Washington March 2For the first time in tho history of the country the wives of the president and vice president will on March 4 par ticipate in the inaugural parade Mrs Taft and Mrs Sherman will join their respective husbands when they leave the Capitol after the inauguration ceremoniesand will proceed with them to the White House This change of program was decided uon by the committee on arrangements and following is the official announce meat made by Chairman Senator Knox After the inaugural ceremonies are finished the president and Mrs Taft escorted by the joint committee on arrangements will return to the White House in the carriage in which the president rode to the Capitol and the vice president and Mrs Sherman will immediately follow them in the carriage used by the vice president This change is made and Mrs Taft and Mrs Sherman have consent ed to it in response to the urgent request of the committee to have them accompany their respective husbands from the time the official program is completed at the Capitol FLOCK TO CAPITAL Quadrennial Throng Begins to Arrive For Inauguration Washington March 2The national capital is the Mecca toward which the inaugural hosts are making their pilgrimage The advance guard of the throngs which quadrennially visit Washington to witness the induction into office of a president began in every point of the compass every train and steamboat entering Washington was burdened with humanity several military cl Jcand other organizations being represented The arrival of each military or ganization at the Union station was signified with a blare of trumpets tooting of fifes beating of drums and a crash of precaueions ar ebeing taken by the authorities to protect visitors from pickpockets and thieves At every pointof arrival and at other ploces an array of keen eyed detectives hilts been placed on guard to watch for the unwelcome visitor rNewDorando will meet for their third race over the Marathon distance on March 15 in Madison Square Garden his backers say has been training since his defeat by the Ital ian on Thanksgiving eve and believes that he can now turn the tables on his rival r DAYTON WOMAN IS ATTACKED BY Four Hundred Armed Hungarians Hunt For Brute Dayton O March 2The boldest and most vicious assault since the murder of Lizzie Fulhart occurred in this city in broad daylight The vic tim is Mrs May Mesaros a pretty Hungarian woman who was seized by a negro and only escaped after he had torn almost all her clothing from her and had beaten her severely about the face v Thewoman was followed for more than three blocks by the negro who appeared to be not more than 17 years oldIfterlIe had seized her she put up a plucky resistance but was handicapped by an armful cels which she was Theas sault began some distance from the creamIIngnegro who was only driven off when her sister came to her aid Four hundred Hungarians of the neighborhood satheredin front of the house and after ist ling to a harangue by one of their number scattered and with arms in their hands began searching for the as sailant Insurgents Secure Concession Washington March 2Asa con cession to its socalled inaurgents the house adopted a resolution amending the rules so as to provide for a call of committees on Wednesday of each week affording members an opportunity to get bills passed which otherwise might lot haY beex possible i i i rLt u f At t fft ie yt i r r t Er THE WETlE J IPsr T ftiiW tea wtIIMY S dyfeliet trItH Tit Ner1MraI WINCHESTER THE CourtHouse Candidates FOR Par THE Congress Appropriate tfor Monument Winchester Kentucky faR InauguralI SmithI WJNCHESTER confeettonaryand IjANCASTEKrKy CANADA iv History r Philippine Expedition President cymbals- Extraordinary Hayes NEGRO Washington March 2The dinner given in honor of PrQsidentelect Taft by the members of the Taft Philippine expedition brought to a close a day that was marked by numerous interviews and conferences with poll ticians and statesmen The apparent splendid physical con dition the universal good humor and absence from worry and nervous strain of Mr Taft make a uniformly gratifying impression on the many statesmen politicians and friends J who are received by him dally His jovial remark is that his inaugural f address is prepared his cabinet se lected the inaugural committee is preparing all details for ceremony on Thursday and whyshould he seem r to be uncomfortable- An extended conference between the presidentelect and Senator Knox j took place at which many Important t matters pertaining to the next administration were gone over Mr Knox Is giving much attention to the pros peotlve organization of the state de partment over which he is to preside after March 4 Besides he is being consulted freely by Mr Taft regard Ing the affairs of other departments Mr Taft having many times remark ed that he would give great weight to the judgment of his premier Charles Nagel of St Louis with Mrs Nagel is here and they paidrtheir respects to Mr Taft In the absence of the official announcement of the personnel of the new cabinet Mr Nagel is somewhat shy when ad dressed asAtMr Secretary That tLa Missouri member of the Republican national committee is to be the new secretary of commerce and labor however is known to be a fact Frank H Hitchcock Is here from New York Ho spent some time at the Capitol and also saw Mr Taft rep jgarding matters which will arise dl rectly after the Inauguration N6 oth er members of the Taft cabinetare- In Washington with the exception of Postmaster General Meyer and Secretary Wilson who are attending to their respective duties in the Roosevelt cabinet The Philippine dinner was arranged by Miss Mabel Boardman and Representative McKinley of Illinois and was the most pretentious of Joyable occasions which this famousi party Indulge in every year There were present seven United States sen ators and 24 members of the house of representatives besides a number of otherwise distinguished personages who sailed to the orient with Air Taft in 1905 The trip attained most of itsLfame because of the matrimonial accomplishments resulting Represen tative Nicholas Longworth anti Miss Alice Roosevelt became betrothed Representative Bourke Cockran met Miss Ide daughter of Judge Ide of the Philippine commission who is now Mrs Cockran and Representative Swager Sherley of Kentucky met Miss Mignon Critton of Staten Island to whom he became engaged bandquetwas rich in decorations and floral settings Senator Nathan B Scott of West Virginia one of the voyagers was toastmaster and the speeches voiced the general spirit of convivial ity which exists among the membersM of the party and were particularly turned to express the feeling of honor which all shared because of the elevation v of the head of the expedition Haskell Loses Suit r Guthrie Okla March 2Scott MacReynolds of Brooklyn N i the personal representative of William R Hearst in the supreme court herecgained a complete victory over Go ernor Charles N Haskell in his suil to compel the governor to return t him certain papers seized at the U stance of the governor m President Gets Branze Cougar Washington March LAt tjhe close tit the tennis cabinet dinner a magnificent bronze fa the forii of a crouching cougar was given to the president by the members of the cab inet thq presentation address IxT made by Henry L Stlmsori j Wife Murderer Commits Sulsl Hutchinson Kaa March 2FDevorak a Bohemian farmer li near luka Pratt county shot a fatally wounded his wife at Preston J A posse was organized and Devorak pas surrounded in a born He then committed suicide Alleged Murderer Breaks Jail Montgomery 3fe March 2 Lather Anderson wbq is accused eC haY ing murdered George Wagner an AUo 1itheLee L w r ciiw with roMwrr r bj t w i t j Ar Iw 1 t r I J H slW o t Ott 4 j1i io1c k tlI jJI iht f t l 4piirrt wj x i t F jOl 1t f f I f r tA f l Y 7- i 1 7S h NI + Lrv tHEWINHESTERNEWS aiI P rT vd SUN 1AQMON TUI WED rNLUI FRI SAT I 8i2456f-7 910111213 14 t516 111S 1920 212223245 2O2t 29 50 31 s DIRECTORY Kentucky According to the last census Ken tucky has a population of 2147174 The area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the construction of railroads and the development ofour resources for many yeats The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a liinited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demandhas in creased It Would seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util ities until a time whe they are most needed by the country Our supply of timber is limited put there is enough to last for mlny years to come We have a coal area otover fifteen thousand square miles Other minerals await development Natural gas ana oil in paying quantities are being developed in many localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky than in other States in pro portion to population Good people regardless of politics or religion are always welcomeClark County Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal property inc franchises 12004 870 JjK Tax rate r l county purposes 60 entsn the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has ex tensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across the countyChesapeake Ohio LOuisville Nashville and Lexington Eastern rlcBlue Grass is a natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and clorer can be raised with profit Corn t rye and oats are the grains Tobacco is raised in large ties S that are adapted to the ute 4aaFb raised with profit The cerisiwjef 1900 gave the popu lation at ll W ly- Circuit Court Firsl tQI day in April second r September first Monday in erJ M Benton Judge B CIAttorney tt month lib4rday a each month LCounty jncers J H Evans Jude SA Oeffries Attorney Howard Hambton Lee Evans Deputy TJobn Bedford i Deputy j A Boone Cbunty Clerk Sam Powell Deputy Clerk Wr Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenberry Asso- C JL Tanner School Superintend y ltlSrqrTf S fOfi it t t 1 George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F F Goodpaster Seventh district Boa E Wills Wifidiester County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5964 The city has Dverlaped the corporate units and oWhasa population of near ten thou sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Lick ing Rivers has water works elec tric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerouS churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at Winchester The fire de partment is one of the best in the StateThe assessed valuation of aH prop erty including franchises 4692499 The tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty cents tor city and fifty cents for schools The C 0 L Nand L E railroads center at Winchester the shippingfacilities cation for factories New concerns are given five years exemption from taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasure in giving information City Officers J A Hughes Mayor S B Tracy Clerk Y IT H Haggard Attorney F P Pendleton Judge Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor eli I Brinegar Coroner N H Witherspoon Treasurer Police Chief Mai Tarpy DeputiesCarral Azbill Albert Tanner John Ballaro Board of Council First ward Shirley Hadden W P Hackett Second wardA R Martin T L ToddThirardDoc Pigff J Q Boone FourthwardJ D Jones Fifth wardG D McCujlum Sil Diuelli Board of Education G W Strother President C H Rees Secretary H W Scrivener Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cornett WA Adams J K Allan James Hisle Z nn Bruce N K Foster Fire Department A R Baldwin Chief Jrio W Harding Secretary An AlrLovlng World Wanted Once get a nation into Inviting fresh air Instead of barring it out and not only is that nation going to repel con sumvtlon but It is going to better physically in such a measure as to be practically immune from other pdiseases Philadelphia Inquirer f Helps Some Theres one good thing about a college yell observed the man on h- Iwto the football game rand that is that while theyre giving It they cant sing a college song BSCRIBE FOR t THE Wt i1 MARATHON RACES NOW THE CRAZE M LONG DISTANCE EVENTS AS POPULAR AS OLD GOASYOU PLEASE CONTESTS WERE v t NEW RECORD SET BY MALONEY Young New Yorker Goes Full Distance of 26 Miles 385 Yards in 22626 Over 19 Minutes Better Than London Olympiad TimeDorando Getting Rich in America Marathon running Is no longer a schoolboys game Old men athletically speaking can play at it and do as well as the kids of the game As tonishing as it may seem in one week a young man of 22 years of age won an open race from a big field in rec ord smashing time and a man of 42 years followed this performance by winning a professional race in time that compares very favorably with the otherInterest in Marathon running Which is nothing more than a variation of the old and exciting goasyouplease style of traveling made famous by Rowoll OLeary Weston Fitzgerald and Dobler of the SOs never was so keen as at the present time and awe k seldom passes now that a new star does not break out in some section of the country through the medium of one of these runs Michael Maloney a member of the Trinity Athletic club of New York is the young man who recently broke all known records for the real distance 26 mItes and 385 yards by covering the course in 22626 bettor time by over nineteen minutes than John J Hayes made in the London Olympiad In addition Mike Crowley who fin ished second was right on the heels of the winner and also inside of the in Boston Pat Dineen an ancient type of runner who has been competing in these events for 20 years or more won an indoor Marathon now rapidly coming into style and won so easily that he had only to walk the final five miles Yet his time 24526 35 Is wonderful all things consideredSo be considered this is one game that carries with it no age limit Grueling and nerve racking as it may seem to be when the complete exhaus tion into which men run themselves is considered frequent tests of this nature do not seem to sap an athletes usefulnessOf it cannot be argued that the old timers are as good at the game as the youngsters but they hang on remarkably well Dan OLeary is still competing and so Is Henry Schmehl Weston and a number of others They have time limits on a mans usefulness In all other games but this one apparently The coming of Dorando Pietri the wonderful Italian runner to this country has stirred up great Interest among followers of athletics When Dorando Pietri or Dorando as he is commonly called arrived in the United States of America he possessed only ten dOllars in American money and a reputation as Marathon runner gained by his race against Johnny Hayes the American In London when he lost near the finish because the of ficials aided him across the line Today Dorando is one of the fore most figures in the world of sports and his ten dollars has grown to 7000 made by running 52 miles and some yards against Hayes and Long boat which he has tucked safely away in a New York bank He Is adding to that sum at the rate of 1000 a week and will go back to Italy some day wealthier as wealth goes in the sun ny land and with the added triumph of having vindicated himself partially for his defeat in the London stadium besides having seen this great country and all its wonders How easy it is to get a fortuneat least one that will rank with that of many big Italians in a fewmonths will be a question which Dorando will tell his countrymen with great delight when he returns to his native land as he probably will His brother Ulpiano Pietri is also sharing in the proceeds of his getrichquick ex- perIences In Italy Doradno was but a poor Italian who earned his daily bread as best he could arid it was a meager living at that He had always been an amateur and raced in Marathons mere ly for glory But tempting offers of a fortune to be made in America with expenses to come to this country won him1 to the professional ranks just as It had won Johnny H yes some time prior Dorando is almost certain to appear in a fourcornered race with Hayes Longboat and Shrubb and probably will race Hayes and Shrubb again as well as Longboat This wih his theatrical engagement will certainly Increase his bank account to 20000 be fore he leaves America Think of itt Dorando has run only 52 miles and several hundred yards to get 7000 At that rate when he has run 200 miles he will have about 28000 It means that for every minute he is on the tracK in New York Dorando gets about 23 or 1380 an hour In Italy asa messenger for a baker he ran a Marathon or two every day That Is how he got his start as a long distance runner In a year he made JittkJ more than he makes in Madison uareXgarden in a n mute Such is fam in America r irL THE STAGE A SCENE IN THE L0J AND THE MOUSE p The Lion and the Mouse In the remark ofa Federal Judge wlro was IQcoiitly ottered the nomi nation of one jfff the grctti political parties after 4iii34a certain trust twentynine mjljion dollars for Gods sake loavii nit my judicial lion or manhooduithe respect of m- y1ticiidsvti IMMC thp keynote of Charles Kleins groat play The l ion and the Moue which comes to the opara house Wednesday niglit This is ono of the many recent instances which demonstrates beyond cavil that Mr Ivleiji did not begin to toijcli the neuter of rodility when he wrote his groat drama which has kept the public ofthe ojUir9 country talking for the past three yeas VogeIs Minstrels When Frederick liecli Hfiilw in town annoiiueiq tke apriaiiriUrgif 0f John W Vogels 3igCjttiwLrols- at the opera IIOUSQ TlrarolaV night He was in an anecdotal niuodnd re lated of a iocalaet oBJAIaniigcr Voguls at his Uotoe eity mltibihus Ohio EveitiSinc that tiritfflprimugr minstrel magHilte1first starCtt oh his own aecount tie has seeiffl that Uncle Josh avprofcssqr o white placedinperformance Un ale Joidrcnn t8 himself as a rare judge of mhitrolsy and nothing out of the ordinary moves him to applause or cdinmen dation Knowingthis the performers play at the ancient darky anti fool that they are safe in general approval if they win his favor At Columbus when tho troupe returned from the parade Undo Josh wus a committee of one to wolcoifle them You see Uncle Josh said manager Vogel that the company is much larger than ever Yaas returned the old man deffercntially doffing his hat with the air of a sage whose opinion was of valug Yaas it is perceptibly swollen Wayne Comedy Company The White Bat the newest of comical musictll pipy presented by Cmrofullycomedians n sparkling soubrottos is to be the attraction at the opera house for Saturday matinee and nightl That it will prove to be one of the special events of the season is a foregone coHclusion judging from the glowing reports from every where along the line wherever this splendid attraefidn Jias thus far been presented The play with itdeftIy constructed comedy abundance of song hits brilliant dialogue and rapid fun assures one there will be no dull moments and that the audience Will be kept busy with laughter and ap plause during the action of the piece Ladies and school childrens spe cial matinee Saturday 280 p m Posthumous Namca in China Another impeIal decree has been issued on the subject of posthumous names to their late majesties the em pressdowager and the emperor Posthumous names ot emperors in Chi nose history never exceed 22 charac ters and of empresses 16cha acters Shanghai Mercury i The Mistral The mistral Is a cold northwest wind which does much damage at certain seasons In Franco and Italyv From the close of autumn to the ba ginning of spring it Is especially violent It dries up the so land causes dangerous storms onthe Mediterrane ana The wqrfc that a mar likes to do ks todqt en dnnn by somebody 2jse UBCRIBE FOR T EWS The clergy und tho press in reference to recent graft investigations have iiipsd this play which Henry B Har ris had the wisdom to produce as text for sermons and editorials and lately the President of the United lossonllauas a camaigzi document It is over three years since the piece had its premiere but a brief resume of the story may not 10 in apropos John Burkett Ryder the unscrupulous money king of the world is thwarted in his StatesISupremo bench Ryder resolves to lopuatnir WorldS RiccQrowlng C6 Japan grows about 40 times as mud rice as is produced In the United States Over seven per cent of thE land In the Japanese islands Js used for the rice crop In this country the proportion is ono acre out of 2000 A Little Worosn 1 want to get a mitten please said the little girl Ii it doat cost too much Oh you mean a pair of mli tens dont you uiy child jeplied the shopkeeper No just only one one thats suitable for a boy thats goth to propose anbe ejected J The Philosopher of Folly I like a joke as woll as any man says the Philosopher of FoNyubJt when a man occupying F berth in s Pullman sleeper tells me that he h bedridden I set sore Dearth of Great Actresses Although acting is essentially a fqm mine art Englishwomen are making far less mark in it at the present time than in probably any other period or our theatrical history We have no Mrs SIddons London Tatlor Virgin Land In Cuba In the mountain regions In Cuba there arc many ridges and valleys of extremely fertile land nearly allun tnuched and existing practically as they did before the time of the Spaniards j Inventor of Hansom Cab The hansom cab was the Invention of Joseph Aloys us Hansom an emin ent English architect who flourished about 75 years ago He invented what he called the patent safety cab about 1835 and died in 13 Women Then and Now The oldfashioned women certain ly knew how to rule and advanced though we be may do not manage to wield so much power ou the whole as the clever women of past genera tions It must be that our rfiethoda are at fuutLadyz Pictorial Hitting Back Your nearest rival gave me a gqld bracelet boasted the pretty I will 1Inrivals present Put Ycur Faith in Truth Have faith In truth never in num hers The great surge of numbers rolls up noisy and Imposingly but flattens on the shore and slides back Into the mud of oblivion But a true opinion is the oceaH itself calm in its rest eternal in Its pcfcwer Platt Unobservant Male DVamaticts Masculine dramatists are oldfash loned enough to make their women iMcatty It shows a lack bf observa tion to make the feminine character In a modern play behave In the ma- nnr of the eighteeneighties1 Sketch TRY A NEWS WANT i PyEWflS- a wreck has been accomplished whei Shirley Rosstflv16 his daughter and Ry leis oiiIoi Jefferson return from a EnrxJRe trij They met abroad and had fallen in love The girl learning of her fathers impend ing disgrace sets about to save hi reputation and becomes a member of the money barons household How time lion succumbs to the mouse is unfair from the dramatists stand point to reveal Miss Carolyn Elberts will be seen in the role of Shirley Rossmore and Walter Edwards is dealing with tic part of Ryder It is claimed by the critics that Mr Harris is this season sending the host company yet seen ill the Klein drama Marks End of Honeymoon The honeymoon is mostly over when the couple quit buying their tdesIPross Would Be Here A law is to be passed In France exempting wives from obeyIngth1r huf supererogation By the Grace of God Alone No iron ihafn or outward force of aayJSInd could ever compel the soul of manto believe or to disbelieve it Is his own indefeasible IJght that judg want of his he will reign and believe there by the grace of God alone Thomas Carlyle Post randlal Indulgence The man who regularly drinks cot fee port or liquor after dinner Is phy siologically worse off than the man who does notThe Lancet Origin of Yankee The word Yankee Is derived tram a Cherokee word Eankke which sig nifies coward and slave This epithet of Yankee was bestowed upon tho New Englanders by the Virginians for not assisting them in a war with the Cherokees What He Wanted Little Wallace dining with hit grandparents repeatedly called fo rice His grandmother said Patience Wallace do 1fav patience To whlcl the little follow quickly replied i dont want some patience gw tmrna i want some wice Needed a Bonnet When Harrys little sister came the nurse brought him in from play to see lIer He looked at Tier with a frown and then said She got awful sun burnt coming down from heaven she Is so red Delineator Real Secret of Success Sonic say push is the secrete success says the Philosopher of Fol ly and some say its pull But youve got to get beneath the surface The secret is dig Mourning Exterior signs of great afflictions are for the living as mausoleums are for the dead they often attest more con ceit than sorrow or virtue Chateau briand 9 Had True Savor of the Sea At a service of thanksgiving for the harvest of the scaat Port Isaac church Cornwall the walls from end to end were draped with fishing nets while lobster pots and packing bar rels occupied the window spaces Therefore Be Strong Uncertain ways unsafp c are and doubt a greater mischief than despair Denham ghter Sometimes Out of Place ntlllian A laugh costs too much s bought at the expense ot pro JBE FOR THE r NEWS i CALL ON- NiSONJlieTransIerMan by day or night if you want i v gOFFICENight Phone 339 ft if yiConkMiglil Transfer and Ice Co Crating HanMng and HattllngFur nlture Planes Etc a Specially NO19 North Main Stree loth Pbeoes WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY r HOC II McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYEING ASPECJALTY r W Cor Main nnd Fairfax HAC3A1M G 7qi e SIMPLE RELIABLE- ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE S MFG CO INCORlORA TED wINCHESTER KY PROFESSIONAL CARDI j H STEY JSOK ttorney At Lav eo S Blain Wlnchester Ky EHDLETON alH 8HSK Attorneys At LiW- u S Main St Winches vr liv GILBERT EBOTTO FOR j Fresh 6 Cured Meats j a Fish Vegetables Country Produce i BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BL- OCKGARAGE J Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage witha nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan WinchesterKKy Cor Broadway and Highland Marked Improvement My washerwoman Mrs Lapsllng was saying used to lose ever so many of my sheets and pillow cases but she doesnt now I mark them all with Intelligible ink Dally Thought byProvidence bytheway in which we fill ItTryoxi Ed wards i I Mere Beauty When a man tells a girl that mere beauty doesnt appeal to him hes trying in his kicl clumsy way to comfort her because she isnt pretty Fr Married Men Dont expect to have your own way In life You must yield onehalf at least Let your wife nave her way once In a while and experience a throb of generosity Exchange Their Similarity A rolling stone gathers no moss remarked the proverb dispenser And ilkfl the human high roller rejoined the thoughtful ililnker it also gray tates downlfjl SUBS CRIB on THE NEWS 1 sy TWO headiqyr are not better than one whr are up against the Ii lPliCko 9 17 J j c 1r i S 4 P THE WINCHESTER NEWS PII Three I Healtlz Hints 1JQ rJ0IWomeh By Elizabeth Jordon Present Pace Too Fast for Average Womans Physique Famous German Authority Ad vises Daily Ten Minute Bath Two Mile Walk Every Day Should Keep One In Condition Red Meat Only Twice a Week Little Nourishment in Bread and IotatoesDrInk Two Quarts of Water a Day Copyright by JkBKowies MIsS Elizabeth G Jordan editor of Harpers Bazar formerly held a prpmi nont position on toe stAff of a NeW York newspaper She Is the author of a num ber of popular books Including Tales of the Cloister and May Ivcrson Her Book She was born in MilwaukeeJ In reading from month to month the great mass of material on the subject of women which appears in the various periodicals the writer of this paper has been struck by one ex traordinary fact The topic of health most important tt women and of vital interest to iiemis rarely touched upon Womens achIeve- mentS in every line of art and indus try are admiringly set forth Ex perts advise them along tile lines of their professions and ambitions but rarely does a great doctor lift his voice In the friendly warning so njany of them need Every one knows that the ideal physical life is the life lived out of doors in the sunshine and fresh air illut women who work need a compro mise between this ideal system and the dull routine into which they so readily fall Every woman needs to know not What is the best hygienic system for me to follow but What is the bests steDf to which F can adapt my daily life with its exactions in the way of indoor confinement and sedentary occupations How can I get myself and keep myself in such condition that nerves and body are more than equal to the strains must put upon the 1 For women should have more than the power to endure grimly They sho ki haye the robust health the cool and steady nerves that give zest to mere physical ex istenceTo then with the morning baththe function with which every woman should begin her day as reg ularly as she leaves her beth More nonsense has been written about the bath than about any other hygienic topic Women have been advised total icecold baths cold sprays hot plunges and cold packs Again some doctors have protested against the bath habit urging women to confine themselves to one bath a week and thus avoid the drain on the vitality which a daily bath entails In an swer to all this hqar the words of one of the greatest physicians in Ger many when a distinguished American woman consulted him Madam said he after the history of her nervous breakdown had been modestly related you do not bathe enough Do not be indignant the fail ing is a national neThe Americans talk a great deal about their baths but they do not take them daily Ev ery human being who is up and about should get into a bathtub once a day and stay there ten minutes Take your bath In the morning immediate ly after rising Have the temperature of the water 98 degrees exactly neither more nor less This Is the normal temperature of the blood See that the temperature of the room is the same Never get into a cold bath on rising Cold baths have killed thousands Lie in your bfcth of 98 degrees get down into the tub Immerse the body thoroughly tho warm water on the surface of the body has an excellent effect on the mucous membrane throughout Then little by little lower the temperature and finish yOur bath with a cold rub bing down if you wish The blood called to the surface of the body by 1 the warm water Is then ready for the shock It is not ready for that when you first awake That advice said the American woman to the writer cost me over 1500 and It was worth it Pass it on to others for what it will be to them I was under that physicians charge six weeks I went to him a wreck and came away cured He gave me no medicine His remedy was that daily hath followed by a gentle massage I now take both as regularly as I eat my breakfast and I attribute my perfect health to them The question be exercise Is of the utmost importance A walltof two r I J irr 0of miles a day in tie fresh air sltould keep on 1isgoOd condition with the additional moving about that is done in the usual routine If for any rea Ron this walk is not practicable the windows should be thrown wide open arid one should practice faithfully for at least ten minutes night and mom ing the ordinary calisthenic exer cises with which every one is more lor less familiar Special attention should be given to breathing exer t cisesdrawing in ten or 20 long deep breaths and exhaling them again slowly Every one realizes the value of this as an aid to health We all know that to flush the lungs with pure alr is as 1neessarynot one woman in 20000 makes a OneIafter arising before putting on nor sets and in a rooIIl which has been freshly aired nut ftcan also be done at any time during the day and in any place where the alf Is pure and the seeker after hdalth Is Irep from Our ous and Interested observation n With bifths proper clothing fresh air and exercise comes the problem ofioodA most vital one and bearing more than any other on the general health of the individual Here again eminent authorities fiercely disagree But out otthe of batUe one big truth Is rising the general acknowledgment i by the best physicians that We all eat too much meat In recent years one of Ehglahds greatest specialists tias expressed tile theory that the alarming increase of cancer in that country is duo in large part to the Increased cdrisumption of meat In cases of gout rheumatism and kindred diseases arising from the presence of uric acid in the sys tern meat is stricken frorii the pa tients dietary as a recognized factor in the cause According to the new theories np One should eat meat more than once a day Red meatI roast beef streak chops etcetera should not be indulged in more than twice a week All kinds of fish and game m 3Ue ectten especially the white meat of chicken and turkey Tile dark meat is rich and not especially wholesome Another good old friend that must go according to the twentiethcentury verdict Is bread Fresh bread has always been an abomination in the XI doctors sight Now even stale white bread is relegated to the background A number of the best physicians advO- cate eating bread which has been baked in the oven and then toasted Toasting alone is no longer sufficient As this injures the complexion it will not be popular among women Nevertheless as there is little nour- Ishment in white bread and it is sim ply a tax on the digestive organs thoughtful men and women are elimi nating it from the daily menu and substituting crackers or the various health breads Potatoes share tht unpopularity of bread Like It they contain little nourishment and niakq special demands on the digestive paratus apI Eliminating bread ineat arM pota toes from the daily menu seems like a sweeping revolution But it is surprising to see how much that is good and nourishing is left And one ol the pleasant discoveries in life is the revelation to each individual of how easy it is to change and modify the diet A few weeks of selfdenial at first and the victory is won for all time One loses surprisingly zoom a taste for dishes that were once thought indispensable- In even the most casual mention oi food the subject should not be dropped admlrIableples said a great doctor actually throw light on the brain And It is also claimed with truth I believe that habitual appleeaters never de velop tumors or malignant growths o any kind The question of water is also of the utmost importance Two quarts aj day should be drunk by every adult according to the best authorities One pint should be taken on rising aftei the bath one pint just before going to bed at night and the remainder should be discriminatingly taken dur ing the daynot of course at meal times As to whether it should be hot or cold opinions differ Hot water in the morning is an excellent thing The stomach is not quite ready for a cold shock For the rest a woman who Is too plump will d itijverythins the blood as well as the body The whole matter can perhaps be summed up in tho words of a wbmani who is in great demand as a physical trainer for eastern society women As to dietshe says no meat no bread no potatoes no coffee tea alcohol or sweetsliTwo quarts of hot water every day Five miles of walking two miles at least Eight hourff of sleep for every oneI more in cQrtain cases where the inn vidual must decide A tub bath every day Fresh air in the living and sleep Ing rooms And she should add an optimistic spirit and a contented mind nut perhaps she made the omission wise ly For what more natural An a sound mind in a sound boW And what more easy than to r tlliPisUc when mind and soul are a id e strings in ones harp I Ife areitune with natures or tr Ambition is the 1ciithe chair of Progress 1 i X f i i xc y f RI r WHAT IMPRESS THE RLSSIAN Apirinan GastronsmioaJ D licy Hail Ape te 1 Recently1 a member of the Russian revolutionary part whs had been vlciss1tvls to the United States Wishing to be polite to him and alk on those subjects nearest thfe Russians heart a gentleman who met him asked all sorts of questions about the DouUiahe Car dynamite and R every tI1 in g else which lie adjudged IIi ter sting to the foreigner jhen when he could think of npthV about Russia he turnedthe cdnyersatlon In this direction I suppose that yOu find America a F striking contrast to your own country fiill ot liberty and respect for every pec1il1artmOnt interferes with citjns as they go about their daily work And the S absence of soldiers that must strike you as strange after Ru siaTI feel sure that it must Tel me sir what T is it that you like best about Amer lea hfedllpuV 1 DINER KNEW WAIJERIS TRICKS Had Nolntertion of Paying forOth erpf Carelessness When the lime men sat lown the lIitpho put his finger on sev eral litHo scorched spota See this he said to the waitersYes sir Well said the man just bear in holasveroheregot through dont tack a dollar onto our bill to pay for burned table lInen walterIllThe order having been given tne cautious diner elucidated his remarks still further That la a trick those Somebodyburusa cigar and gets away bb ore the dam age is discovered and the next comer if ho happens to be a smoker is blamed for his predecessors sins is charged with the cost of the ndI have had to pay well for other peo pies carelessness so nowaday I make ila point to examine tablecloths at the beginning of a meal Splitting the Difference When jurymen in Stony Gulch disa gree there is usually some member whose influence backed by his recog nized handiness with a gun carries the day Some thought hed ought to get 3000 damage and sonie thought 4000 said Bud Lewis referring to a recent case but I persuaded em to compermlse indeed said the stranger with a wary eye on Mr Lewis gun which he seemed to be fondling in Tathtlita careless way What sort of Compro mise I put it to em Why not split the difference and call it 500 And when Id brought my reason to bear on cm saN Bud with a loving gaze at his weapon of defense they all come round to that compermise in no time Youths Companion A Thirteenth Century Drink Thirteenth century tastes In food had few limitations Besides the tonI of Africa and the rare gadwit of Ionia mentioned by Fitzstephen gourmets in the time of King John used to regale themselves on herons cranes crows storks cormorants and bitterns Some would wash their meals down with wine but the majority drank mead or metheglin Mead according to Holin shed was only the washing of the combs after the honey had been taken from them and so poor a beverage orIone hundredweight of honey to 24 gallons of water and must have been much more intoxicating than the strongest old ale of the present day How an Alaska Huriter Got a Bear Joe Kanaka a Jap was In pursuit of large game a few days ago in the vicinity ofKnik Instead of being armed with a thirtythirty or any firearm he carried only a coil of rope Seeing a black bear feeding near a prosectors lJackJa noose rope around Bruins neck ropeIwas thoroughly tangled the Jap bqat hIm into submission and led him into KnikValdez Prospector f Keep Windows Open at Night To sleep without plenty of fresh air is to take just so much poison into your system It means that you overINo matter how cold the night Iing Your window as far as It will go ou wrap yourself up properly yon will not feel the cold Wear a flannel gown and something over your head The last thing before going to bed fill a bottle with hot water cork It tightly and place it In the bed If you havQ plenty qf bed coverings you Will be as warm as possible all night Ready for the OlInp nTho best man in Georgia said tho oldifarmerto his son came fram Jtbe plow Thats yhat I wait to come from said the youtlaB migbty quick tooAtianta CutzUoa tft f J OFFICIAL SCHEDULE OFTHB BLUB GRASS LBA qUI CITIES AbiiflgtQfl At Rithinond At Frankfort At Shelbyville At Paris Aiher 7 April 27 28 29May C 2V25 y 3j 45 plav 1fl 20 May 10 11 12 June 123 July 6 7 Si 22 June 10 11 12 June 2123 29 June 17 1819 1 LedJlgJpn WE I July 12 3 u3 4 1131 JuJyX2 13 14 31 July 3 15 27 July 9 10 Aug 16 17 Sept S Auc 2324 Aug 2113 18 July 93O t iru = ScJt 12 4LMay 15 1C ApnTSO May 1 2 May i7 1S19 MnyS 93031 31 May 21 24 25 Jupo 6 127 23 June 4 5 13 June 2425 6IJuuel220 June 28 29 T- hihmnd 1OfrhH July lr p8rF PRINT July t 25 July 21i22 July 1t July 5 14 19 20 iJfl iu 7 828 29 Aug 9 15 Aug 5 6I3 14 1 Sept 6 C 1 1nn Seotji jLni2 41 tlJ 1L i 4 wj U IMit 22 m 26 JVIuy10 1112 AtiI272S2D May 1f 12ti May 3 4 jj31 n 7 8 5 26 Juno 1l 18 19 tW Juno Th June 10i11 12 iahkf6U July 24f July 12 1320 CORRECTLY June 2P3 J hft fo Oc Aug132 niJi1 3 Aug 10Vi30V Aug J 4 JnJy5 iL7 AUT 5 2P 1 II tl Sent 10 1L ncS tf C 3LJL 1 it I 8 9 30 31 31 My 7 28 29 i lay 13 10 f April no May 14 15 JUne P OtTtTfl 21 22 233izti 0 2Z 3S iayL I 52228 V July 1JJ V lielhyville Jiih nVxT July 15 1029 30 jjulv 18 i THE JniibS 13 July j272SL AU 12r tAtii 20 21 JVusr 8 10 17 29 i July h 24 2o Auff 9 10 j ieiAGii Sent 2 1fCIt 4f u oOUJ Sept 10 Ill Miiy 7I3 18 May 3 45 l1f 27 2Si l lo 11lgJ F April 27 2S 20 June 9230 June 7 8 9 July i 10 14 26 Juio 17 Ji8 May 17IParis July 5JjS July 7 July 29 30 itg gOral OFFICIAL June 2 3 24 2 Aug AUK 10 11 Ama r 12 19 25 26 Sept 7 S 9 jjuly IB irr 1Sop 4 16 11 S lt1314 Sept 3 rAu17212Br r April jMay 1 2 May 20 22 25 ruv 8 9 18 19 30 May a 7 tIny 10 = 2H nntt J1Jo x io july 3 Od Juue n 21211Ull0 7 S June 0 25 27 Winchester 4trW4k tug 233031 JUIV1 July 18 July 17 18 SCHEDULE Sept 8 9 Aasc 122 Aug 11 J2 Aug 8 1C 24 29 i j tt Snt 4 jljj20 Kont 12 15 jTTTo Curs LoveJ6areec Dr DeriUuu gf rtays that love is simply a nffd JRff Jtive tdoa and he symptoms arc an i croased senIsitiveness of thd left side hind and left temple To care it all one has to do is to sot up a counter irritation give the boy or girl physical ex ercises that will bring intO play the muscles of the right side and behold the madness Is cured The Woinan Who Works The woman who works is ineTiinbiy a woman who is broad in her views Her opinions are not riveted to anY- one spot Her viewpoint is movable Her experience in tho business mart gives her sympathy for other woman workers She has learned to accept every friend new and old at an lion est valuation She learns to enjOy the society of people who have made some thing out of lifeExchangeC- lock Made of Straw A shoemaker gamed Wegner living In Strasburg liar a clock ofthe grinmfather shape nearly six feet made entirely of straw The wheel pointers case and every detail ue exclusively of straw Wegner has takbn 15 ytxiiito construct this strange piece of mechanism It keep perfect time The Amateur Gunner Ma asked the little rabbit lis it true that pa AMas shot by an amateur gunner tat all sriar ed the mother rabbit scornfully the gunne was shooting at something else while your poor faherat beliind him and laucrhed Unf rfmJalely lie gun kicked and tlio man sat down on your fatnyr nni killed him Little Whalebone Now Taken The amount of whalebone taken an nually does not now much exceed 25 000 pounds The largest part of this is taken by the Whales sailing out of ports on the Pacific const A few years ago the amount taken was as much as 500JOOO pounds annually Uses of rurniance I biliove with f my sqal iri romance that is in n certain highheart ed eager dealiis vih liftK I think that one ought to eJict to flnd things Kai ful and icoyK rntir ling not to take delight in detecting insan nesses and Jaihtre H1l3011tJ Perfectly Safe When a woman is first married she fears her husband is so braVe ana Ren erpus that he will got hurt HOQO day rushing into a dangerous place to do- a noble act but she is not long in finding out thlit on that scc e he is per fectiy safe Atchisnn Globe The Good That Never Dies Dickens Tbere is nothing innocent or good that dies and Is forgotten Let us hold to that faith or none An infant a prattling child will live again in the better thoughts ot those who loved it and will play its part through them in the redeoioing actions Of the world lh ush ij licdy Ve burnt to ujhes or drowned tf the deeuflt sea EncyclopediaThe what is called in these days an ency clopedia was Plinys Natural His tory or possibly the great Latin col lection of Terrentius Varxo Plinys work appeared about A D 69 and that of Varro about 30 B CNew York American v Beautiful Lake Geneva Lake Goni va in SxvJtzerlapd ls quite ins gnit1cant as lakes go bemg only 50 miles long and ten milus wide but it is remarkable for its relationto a beautiful landscape of which it is a part Conscientious Indeed fl1 notice that a leading actress telephoned that her automobile was broken down and she couldnt attend a meeting of her creditors Wasnt that sweet of her Going to all that trouble for a lot of fussy old cred itors diort1 1 Thi 7 J trrJ itf f ff A NE V FEATURE AT BARRETTS PHOTO GRlLERY Owing to the increasing calls upon me to make House Views and Photographs in the homes Post Cards etc I have arranged with an Expert View having a fine PhotographerI outside Camera the work in the gallery I will make sittings for Post Cards at my gal lery getting FINEST outImade iu this city All work will be under my personal supervision and MADE JUST RIGHT asfully guaranteed as though ade wholly by myself B SBAegETTI 22 North Main St Beauty at the Breakfast Table To look her best a Woman should rise slowly dress by degrees make her toilet Jta If time were at a stand still and stroll down to the first meal of the day without tho slightest trace of having hurried or of being in a hurry either for refreshment or news Women who follow this plan are al ways those who are most admired but from the hostess point of view it is not to erecommeIidedLadie- sPi 1Wlal Ancient Embalming The ancient inhabitants of the Canary islands uspd aa qmlbalming ptQ cess like that of the Egyptians Des sicated bodies preserved for centuries by atmospheric dr other agencies havo been found in France Sicily England Central America and Peru ricr Kck- Iflont ffilnd finding a gray hair or two in my own hair slgbed the bach ClOt sir who Shows some few signs of the sere and yellow leaf but when I pay 3 for a nice bunch of lovely brown curls and have to pick them utI of those too it Isnt fair Do you think It Is Controlled by Combine There ista trust in fullers earth with the final process known only to one or two persons whose lips are rigidly sealed The deposits of fullers earth exist chiefly at Bath and Not tinghamshire England and at Maxtop deppaltsinIs practically controlled by a cqmbinet 1of1Twhen they ha e nothfnr an I Birds Gft cf HDlvntationv Before a tlumderstcam thu AU stralian humming bird covers the top of Its nest with cobweb whichis a nonconductor of electricity Claims Record Trip Clara A Grace an employe of a London business firm claims to have made a record trip from London to New York and return She was pledged to be back In the English city on a certain day to release her colleagues for vacation She made ihe round trip in 15 days She tran sn ted some important business in NOw York remaining In the city only 25 minutes r Philosophies 1 girl with r cklegfeftlsJllst asJ lSop c a1o1itthcm tlindog- 11abEitit being in a stock marke- tnicNewpa YOfk P1SL ji V l 71 r Y ijk 4 y i ii fIor t f tr 0 JIii oJr T IIJeI ILo1iIN ELECTRICITYL WTHY putyoursc1f in misery by V puttingbador inferior lights j in your home when you can put T f clean healthful lights ata very lampcias night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let us ex plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and the saving in the consumption electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 730 Ropai wrok It specailty t Winchester Electric Supply Co 1O Kerf N BlocK Main 42000 T W Asst Cashier The Will and Its Appticatlo An individuals wm is like a big piece of strong machinery the Intel lect must direct its workings The biggest muttonhead on earth can have a strong will the real strength is in knowing how to use it All of lifes experience goes to teach us that very few arguments quarrels or distressing situations are worth a fight Instead pf following an Impulse to gain re venge it is always more satisfactory and decent to back and fotget Once an Actress A woman who has been on tht stage even if her expedience in the drstmahas been limited to an ama ur performance as a so cictyplay can never hope to be thoroughly tfrtaied yfher female nelghbor t r i h 1 p k f 4 k WeiIMend the so that it will be as good as new if you send your carriage here No Our repairing is growing more pop the case unless our work was more than unusually good I STROTHER jCitizens National Bank N Surplus lBSQUCIT YOUR BUSINESS promptlyfF PhillmpsVPrcs1 Poynter up housem3idin1a lt14IiIr 1i fI Wheel maybeeveryday SCOTT SHOE ECONOMY L1We arc for shoe economy new IamI old Let us lit the old tnes and have takyour measure en for the future also SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Matini S Quit Yourselves Like Men OhV do not pray for easy Dyeo Pra to be strong men1JO not pray it tasks equal to yourpowers Pray f powers equal to your tasks Then doing of your work will be BO miracV Every day you sball woder itt yoft self at the richness of life which w com in you by the grace ot God Time tsite Phillips rooks TRY A NEWS WAHT TADYEftT4IEMEJT tr ilH 0 S I iI i T f unnini mirf I I v f Lr r j f rPaFur w I THE1WJNCHESTER NEWS J 1 U ME WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Excsut Suncay i Entered asf secondsclass matter November 28 1908 at the post office it Winchester Kentucky under the ictof March 3 187 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier DeliveryI Oaily one year 520 ae wtek 1Q Payable at office or to collector fJry week Mail Delivery a s year300-xf months 150 lBe month 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch tae time any edition 25 Ciree times within one week 50 Oac week continuously 100 Dt calendar month 300 four weeks four times a week 240 Totir weeks three times a week 180 four weeks two times a week 120 four weeks one time a week 75 Tine discounts3 months 10 per ant 6 months 25 per cent i one e ar 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Snsiness notices body type S 7C- Dun reading news headings15c- New Phone No 91 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1909 t iROOSEVELT No other President was ever called by his fiisf nanieso persistently so generally and in the same soirit as Roosevelt It is hard to imagine the most jirdent admirer of the Father of His Country inferring to him affectionately sis Georpe his en emies would not choose the word IE they meant to sneak disparingly of him Such names as Grover Billand Jim since then liave becn lis0d but rtnessoriherkcollnrn fvpf from the taint of disrespect With Teddy hoAvever it is dif ferent It is hiS universal name his teal name to thepeop1eand it is used countless times a dav by men who Voted for him and cheer for him and believe in him and love him There is no disrespect in it Men who would strike those that fame him call him Teddy as usually and as unthinkingly as they all their boys by thc names they ave t leptI is the keynote of his uccess the emtome of his career Rulers statesmen diplomats cholars soldiers financiers may call im Mr President and have varying views of ihe greatness bf this many sided man but it is the words and dsds of Teddy that the American pic reafd about and talk about and e about No President ever came Sc to t1ie ieople Washington lis loved but his cxalt l dignity br- er forbade familiarity Lincoln as loved hut against hiaIwiys as the enmity oft warring faction d around him the great sorrow of arfyr v cKinley was known as one who pt his carto thejrround who felt dr than any of his predecessors peoples rnlse but fondness for did not lead the nation to call by his first name j IQplllnaY liave lookedon its g orvjiUustrious Presidents l wratMwi and on some with the mauwltose- iptpiresf n March 4 has come r than this The nation has ted himit looks upon him as its rjest son hasty sometimes not revise pc baps prone toquick ijejxt and action and by no s free from error but honest brave quickwitted fOld tnlftndabove all its represent That is the essence of Roosevelt that whatever he is htis Americas he is American No other President Ins peen so typicalj the great things lie has done have been donellm the twit of Americanism jf he has made o jlces 4iiey have been mistakes y J l ht f viW f fk you would look for inan American What do the people care He may shock prccisionists by his utterances he may startle titniH did1gentlemen on Walt street by liis denunciations h6 Jriay make tile railroads sit up and take notice But what of itT He is the representative of the people he is their mouthpiece They know him to he clQarminded and honestheart J ed wd wholesouled They ure rou35 of Mm While no President Jiasmade o jmany upljeavels Jn one line or air pther no President lias ever won put on so many points Whether football or art qpunfry life or race suicide foreign relations coal strikers Japanese war or nature1 fakirs the country does not seem to have suffered from his interference That he can handle a Winchester dodnot seem to have interfered with the soundness of his views on statecraft He has had a black eye ortwo since lie has been in office but it was done by a single stick or a boxing glove not by diplomacy Just how history will write Roose veiL down no one can prophecyper nnps as one of our greatest Presidents but it will say thathe did things The public as a whole fol low him in his retirement with love and affection The country and the world are much better for his gears oC service r THE RED RIVER BRIDGE The bill introduced by Congressman Langley appropriating 10000 for a bridge across Red River near Vienna in this county ought to pass The completion of sucha bridge would mean much to Clark county It would open up a new territory in Estill county which is thickly set tled and ought naturally to trade with our local merchants It will be necessary for the Fiscal Court to extend the pike which runs in that direction some few miles as now there is nothing but the worst kind ofa mud road leading into Vienna It behoves our citizens to be on the lookout for any new openings for trade The Fiscal Court and all ci t izeris should aid Congressman Bang ley to secure the passage of the bill by all means in their power FORD Mrs Patsy Johnson is visiting Mrs Jordan W Howmdof this placeMiss Bettie Flynn is in Cincinnati purchasing her spring and summer stock of millinery goods Mrs John Daniel of Elkin visited relatives here during the past week Quite a number from here attended the sale of George Reed last Satur day Mr D S Tucker has gone to Liv ingston on business for A V John son and companY Mr Chas Rice and wife have re turned to their home at FtallkfoitI after a visit of several d ys formers mother Mrs Harry Rice of this place Mrs Louis Meade of Ashland is visiting relatives here Mrs Anna King of Paris is vis iting relatives here Mrs George Ballard of Winchester visited Mrs Jordan W Howard one day the past week Mr A V Jackson of Cincinnati was here on busines one day the past week Miss Bettie Honn is visiting rein tives in Winchester Mr J A Edwards visited friends in Winchester Sunday and Monday Miss Anna Bently is visiting relatives near St Louis Mo Miss Kate Howard is visiting Miss Pearl Haggard of Winchester Miv Bert Maslin of Spout Springs was in Ford a few days the past weekS tvS Mr Bo R Smith has Accepted a p6sitioii with the Fo Com pany as their sawfiler Mr J W Shcelerwas in Richmond on business during the pastweekY MissCallie Edward liiisnOf Louisville to ptfrchaso hef spring and summer stock lbf millinery goods Miss Katfcv Watts has retiinied to her home at Winchester1 aff inpleasant visIt to the Misses Ivjndreds of Madison county J Mr Dillard Roberts has gone to Livingston where he has accepted a position with a lumber firm Mrs Frank Dykes will go to Louis ville tomorrow where she was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Ida Coleman wljo is very ill of fever 4 Perfecting the intellect byIi F WITf4SPRINGS TIi Nellie Grants gasoline boat from this place has a fleet of timber to haul outahd starts the first tIny of March Messrs Cldrjc Rogers and Vernon Alconf Jsa have a fleet of fine tim ber ready and are off f01 High Bridge- Richard Tuttle bought of VJ Tattle one mare mule for 130 4tey Vm Pule of Jessamine coun i1ppointmentilJlijoisjiai chuveh Rev Pale is an dr1est mid forceful speaker and always has a large audience x m Q Witt son of II C Witt of this place as confined in the hospital at Berea Ky with smallpox but we hope that it will be in a light form The latest we hear from there is that they have about fifteen cases in all now Master Earnest Witt was the guest of his cousin Mnster Herbert Gould on Jane and Hattie Wilt of the Springs visited their cousins Misses Lou Ellen and Mamie Witt Saturday and Sunday Miss Fanny Hall was the guest of hpr friend Miss Kate Tuttle Satur day mid Sunday Wallce M Witt and W L flVitt were callers on Mrs A C Witt Sun day t Mrs Jodie Brown had a very se rious attack of stomach trouble last week so serious that the attending physician Dr Blackwell had Dr Hugh Gibson of Richmond called to his aid SluTis now much better r PINE RIDGE G Uf Eyennan has bought a mule from Winchester parties price unknown Mr Ed Crnycraft of Blooming dale fins moved to the farm whiQh he purchased near here Mr and Mrs Dock Berryman of Trapp visited relatives hbre last week 4S G W Evoruian boughtfour turkeys from Ezekial Puckett for 850 Mrs Martha Stevens of Trapp visited here recently Mrs Polly Osborne spent Friday with Mrs M S Conkwright of In dma Fields Mrs Anne Curtis and daughter Carrie visited Mrs J D Reeves re cently Claude Rice of Winchester is yis itnig his sister Mrs Alice Johnson Mr and Mrs Henry Lilly of Log Lick spent Sunday with the hitlers aunt Mrs Nancy KimbrelJ v RUCKERVILLE Born February 27 to Mr ami Mrs Rodney Cooper a daughter I Wm Rucker has moved to thd farm he bough tfrom John B Adams and Mr Adams has rented and mdvedito a house belonging to his father Joe Vaughn has rented a house and a few acres of land from Richard CooperBen Hi Raincy bought a pn r and calf from Mrs Maggie V Kainey for 50 John Epperson sold a mule to Enoch Osborne recently for 125 YoA Stephens sold a fat cow to Mr Railsback for 4 cents per pound Miss Lula Clay Epperson of Washington county is visiting reIn tives here Vernqn Ruckcr colored died re c ntly of typhoid fever This makes the second child his father has lost with the same disease in three weeks The others of the family are better now IT SAVED HIS LEG All thought Id lose my leg writes X A Swenson Watcrtown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laidinc up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Phillips Drug Store ON JOB AT FRANKFORT Lieut Gov W H Cox Takes Up Af fairsf of State at Capitol FRANKFORT Ky March 2 Lieut Gov W II Cox arrived here from May ville yesterday morning at 11 oclock and immediately tookup the executive work of the State gov ernment TIe went into session with the Capitpl Commission at once to consider matters connected with the furniture con tracts THOUSANDSTICKS EDITOR WINS IN LIBEL SUIT HYDEN Ky March 2The5000 libel suit of Judge Dixon against H C Chappell editor of Thousand sticks was dismissed in the Leslie Circuit Court on demurrer The opin ion of the court was that the words used in the article were not actionable l tr d i i JcfTRIES IS UNDECIDED Must Look Himself Over Before Agreeing to Fight Johnson Chicago March 2I will fight ack Johnson for the heavyweight championship of the world if I am able to get into condition to do my elf justice said James J Jeffries who stopped off here on his way to New YbrTc The story from Omdlia that I said J would fight Johnson as soon as I finished my vaudeville engagement is not true continued Jeffrles I have Tiever said definitely I would fight Johnson and I am not ready to do so now My future depends upon my ability to get into condition and I am pot certain yet that I will be able to iflo myself justice if I return to the ring I must have more time to an alyze iy condition before I will make any definite plans Booth Furnishes Bond Chicago March 2 W Vernon Booth president of A Booth Company and F R Roboins former as sistant treasurer of the company who were indicted jointly on a charge of conspiracy to defraud the Continental National bank out of 300000 gave bonds of 25000 and 15OOO respec tively OHIO DOCTOR BEATS- PRESIDENTSRECORD Js Welcomed at Pip on Re turn by Brass Band Piqua 0 March 2Dr G C Throckmorton 65 beat the military ride of President Roosevelt of 96 miles military gait when he rode three horses in relays from Sidney through Piqua to Troy 20 miles and return three times 120 miles in all in 13 hours and 45 minutes The rido had been given consider able publicity and notwithstanding the day ended rainy and bad the doctor was greeted by large crowds along the route and upon his return to Sidney on the last trip was welcomed by a brass band and people enthusiastically Time result was telegraphed fo Pres ident Roosevelt manifested some interest in the effort to break his VecoroY COIJPC1LMNthIiYjri PittsburgJury Reaches Verdict After Lpfig Deliberation Pittshin March 2trAfter the jury had beenjjnt for neaT h53 Jiours a verdict of guilty was returned against William nJaM presidantt9fcommon councils 1 and Klein and Joseph C W asstm1 charged with conspiracy ForniertBank Pros ident JY lipjwas indict ed jointly with them was acquitted upon orders of the court and the re quest of the district attorney Gambling House Burn Reno Neva March 2 Fire supposed to be from an overheated flue in the Arcade hotel communicated to the Palace hotel and gambling house and in an hour both places were in ruins The loss will approach 100 000 Several men wore injured by falling brick Troops Start For Philippines Chicago March 2Four troops of the Thirteenth cavalry which have leftIDouglas Shoemakers Strike 2AJ1egingI LDougasTHE MARKETS 00COWSbulls 3 405 25 stockers and feeders t3 250 30 Calves3 50S 50 Sheep and LambsSheepU 955 80 lambs 507 SO yearlings 5 007 15 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 645650 butchers JC 40 g6 50 light mixed iiG 35 choice light 3586 40 packing 6 356 45 pigs 25G 00 Wheat No 2 red 2325CornNo36- S6lYc OatsNo3 5354c East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tIe 00G 35 shipping steers 5 750 6 26 butcher cattle 5 506 25 heifers 005 75 ppws 3 50g5 25 bulls 3 50 525 Calves Best 10 50c11 25 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 550575w- elhers 5 7506 25 ewes 5 255 75 lambs G08 10 yearlings 6 757 25 Hogs lleavlea 6 80G S5 mediums 6 756 80 Torkers 6 50G 70 pigs 256 35 roughs 5 75G 00 stags 4 505 O- QCleveland OCnttle Prime dryfed cattle a 006 25 fnt steers 55 75 SG 00 heifers I 255 25 cows 52 253 50 bulls 3 Ou4 25 milkers and springers 25 0055 DOCatYltsJ 75 down SliceD and LambsMixed sheep 5 005 75 wethers 5 50G 00 wes 5 005 25 yearlings 00G 75 lambs 56 007 HogsMIxed 6 Ccmedibmii g 6 65 heavies 6 8006 95 Yorkers 25 60pgs JG 156 20 roughs 5 75i 5 90 stags 755 00 PlttsburgPaCntttc Choice 5V30 6 50 ifrime 006 30 tidy butchers 55 405 70 heifers 53 5O5 50 cows bulls and stngs3 OOC5 00 Srtsh cows 525 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 009 50 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers 53 00 good mixed 55 505 75 lambs 5 00ffj7 75 HogsPrhne heavy hogs 56 SO6 85 mediums 56 GOG 70 heavy Yorkers 56 60G 65 light Yorkers 35 45piss 55 755 00 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 271 2S Cprn No 2 676ScOats No 2 55Vi5fic Rye No 2 82c 274BaconCattle 5000 00 Sheep 52 OQ5 23 Lambs 5 OOtii7 00 Toledo WhertS5i 23 corn GnAc 9ts55c rye S3c clovenfaed t 45 s o 1 1 S COLLEAGUE BALKS Senator LaFollette Attaches String to Stephensons Credentials Washington March 2 i3eriator Stc phenson of Wisconsin is undecided as to the manner of having Lis cor tificate of electioIr presented to the senate A temporary truce with his colleague Senator LaFolletto was patched up and Mr LaFoliette con sented to present the certificate with the understanding that he would announce to the senate that he did not think Mr Stephenson should be sworn in until after the charges of corruption which had been brought against him were decidedSThe proposed remarks were pre pared and submitted to Mr Stephen son but he failed to approve them and announced that he would consult with his friends before having his colleague present the certificate Kentucky Legislator Dies Louisville Ky March 2State Representative Chris Mueller died here aged 51 He was the only Democrat successful from Louisville dis trict at the last assembly election in 1907 and was a power in city politics WANTS CHANGE OP VENUE Murderer Junken Fears to Return to Scene of His Crime Des Moines Ia March 2Annp plication is to be filed by the attor neys of John Junken the negro who has confessed to the murder of Clara Rosen the Ottumwa choir singer to have the trial in this city instead of Ottumwa They claim that there is danger of lynching as the mob spir it is so strong in Ottumwa The grand jury of Louisa county met to day and the case was taken up at once The prisoner will remain in Des Moines until called for by the court of Ottumwa Washingtons Letters Sod London March 2Four letters or documents signed by Washington were sold at auction at Dothebys for 210 to a London dealer NEGRO COLLECTOR RESIGNS HIS JOB riri Chum Clears Political Situation For Taf- tttITl I 1 J1 Charleston S C March 2With the resignation of Dr William D Crum as collector of customs at this port the resignation to take effect March 4a situation which threatened to cause Presidentelect Taft consid erable embarrassment is avoided No appointment made by President Roosevelt in either of his administrations has given rise to as much dis cussion as that of Crum who was vigorously opposed because of the fact that he is a negro A long and hard fight against his confirmation was made by Senator Tillman and others when Crum was first named for the position by Presi dent Roosevelt in 1903 and within the last few weeks following Crums reappointment Senator Tillman con ducted a successful filibuster against his confirmation by the senate Crum says that no pressure has been brought to bear upon him now to cause him to resign but that he does so in part because he wishes to save Mr Taft for whom he enter tains great respect from any possible embarrassment because of his ap pointment and chiefly because he feels that he has been especially iden tified with President Roosevelts ad ministration and he wishes to retire with his chief Portsmouth Strikers Parade Portsmouth 0 March 2With bands playing and banners flying several thousand men and women shoe workers who are on strike paraded the streets of Portsmouth circling all of the idje shoe plants and marching through the city amidst great enthu siasm No trouble marred the dem onstration Autoists Killed at Crossing Cincinnati OMarcli 2Albert Dick ofLaporte Ind and Edward Hebenstreit of Lockland were Instant ly killed atUthe Big Four crossing in Lockland by a passenger train collid ing with an automobile in which they were riding Desperate Fight With Bandits Guayamas Senora March 2Cap tain Castulo De La Roacha command ing the rurals in the Mier district reports the killing of four bandits apd the capture of two others ma desperate fight in the mountains THE MEAT Of IT E J Lucky Baldwin the noted horseman Is dead at his ranch near Santa Anita CaI Residents of Oyster N Y are planning a rduslnkreception for Prfes ident Roosevelt wfien he returns home Thursday It is estimated that fully 1000 non combatants were killed in the recent disturbances near Tabriz Persia Not a single passenger was killed on Ohio railroads during the month of February Engineer George wa killed and Fireman Richards fatally injured when the boiler of an engine on the Findlay branch ot the Cincinnati Hamilton JDjiytou railway blew up near Findlay O X t 1 r t rFINAL cAN41S1Me- nsOvercoatg 1 of 1450rat VfluesUjTh 2500 I i I R WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthe host made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal ECZEMA CURABLE PROVEN Attorney at Moline III Convinced By Oil of Com pound There is nothing that will convince a lawyer except evidence Now here is some rather evidence ofn simple home cure for eczema which convinced one lawyer F C Entriken attorney at Moliuc Ill He tells how oil of wintergreen compound mixed with thymol and gly cerine as in D D D Prescription cured him in days after two years of suffering For 32 years writes Attorney Entriken I was troubled with eczema s abs all over my face body and head I could run a hair brush ovfer my body and the floor would be covered with scales enough to filla basket I trid everythihg sdlves internal medicine XRay all without result Just a nioh tk agio I was induced to try D D D Prescription T itchwas relieved instantly so Icon tinued It is just a month now and I am completely cured I have not a particle of itch and the scales have dropped off- I can only say again CURE DIS I am now starting all eczema sufferers on the right track stant relief from the awful itch Phiiib Drug Company S Maiii f r rift tf Hr4 fJ r i Eliese are the V 3vleft oers of thew seasonbut all good worthy and as smartin style as any macan want r f Dont fa ft r to get the best yott can for the money the opportunity is here foryou Call at Once RupardStewaitCo rIIIIII I You Can Take t I your pick irom a large assortment of moulding Ours is kilndried moulding ceiling balustersany where where you need good kilndried wood that you can depend on come to us We have it Our prices help our sales I P SCOBEEINCORPORATED SON l8l CO I Wintergreen startling thirty thirty COVERED broughtIto sTreet ffi1 PUBLIC SALE OF 1OO JERSEYSt TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA BREEDINGSEVERAL ARE REGISTEREDAT TAY LORS STOCK YARDSsT Wednesday March 3 AfternoonI Sixty are fresh with young calves balance yearlings and twoycar olds Several of them are bred 25 cows are giving from four to five gallons per day and a record of two pounds of butter per day Cows arc now in Winchester ready for inspection This lot of cows are the finest we have ever offeredIS C CARPENTER Millersburg D F BROWN Tennessee Capable of Intense Heat The electric furnace is capable of at taming a heat of 7200 degrees This Is a fearful temperature and will melt almost everything solid known to man ihotThe Oflficulty I One objection some peoplp have to getting back to nature Isfhat nature is so poorly equipped wih push but tonsPuck KILLS WOULDBESLAYER A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prc ventiort They gently stimulate stom ach liver and bowels preventing that tclogging that invites appendicitis jf Curing Constipation Billiousness Chills Malaria Headache and Jndi gestioii 25c at Pnillips Jrug StdreV t Ifd t rI Ji c q 1jr wi V r 4 lJ i pjylci SOCIETY i REASONF I theater play Miss Is rBWS Massie will be hostess fors the Fortytwo Club on Tuesday i j Mrs Harvey Franklin will entertain tlje ochre CUub on Thursday afternoonc LoMrs Sallio R Appleton of Lex ingtqn will give alecture on The Higher Physical Development of Women at the courthouse Wednes day afternoon at 3 oclock All ladies cordially invited to attend t T Drinkil1gMrs entertained i oIl Monday afternoon with a most delightful tea The guests were received in the informal manner s6 very characteristic of the hostess and were shown into the drawing room- Throughout the afternoon pert fectly brewed tea with deliciousy sandwiches and dainty candies fivere 4served2j The Little Lolonel Readers meet I with Miss Helen Ford on Saturday afternoon t The Cooking Club will meet with a Miss Fannie Combs Scott on Satur dary Miss Florrye Smith will be the Kt charming hostess for the Literary and Social Club on Saturday Socialthail a few ffriends to meet Mrs Mattie Oliver of Mt Sterling Monday afternoon- I It was a very informal affair and Fortytwo was played during the afternoon after which a delightful lunch was served ChurchJf2 ton Saturday tad wish to than 1 everyone who came or as iste them in any way Mrs VA Beatty entertained most charmingly last evening for Mrs roYof Memphis Tenn and Mrs Elatt of Asheville N C the guests of Mrs Carrie Buckner Bridge was played during the evening at the conclusion of whih delicious refreshments were served Mrs Beattys guests were Mrs Troy and Mrs Platt Mrs Carrie Buckner Mrs John Beau Mrs Ed Clark Mr and Mrs Gus Brooks and Miss Suasn Buckner PERSONALS MissClay Croxton was the guest MondnyI n Misses Dailey and Grace Garrett left Monday atfecnoon for Georgetown after spending a few days here with their parents SterlingIthe guest of Miss Emma Turn bull has leturned to her home in Cin cinnati Mrs Henry Lucas cf Middle town 0 is the guest of friends and relatives Mrs Gehahau of Lexington te the attractive guest of Mrs A J Read Miss Besse Byrd has returned from h visit in Lexington Miss Ruth Scott has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit with Miss Ella Pendleton Mr and Mrs Ben D Goff hav returned to their beautiful country home After spending the winter a the Brown Prcotoria Mrs Geo F Dauhgerty left this morning for Miami Tex Mrs Mary Cook is quite ill Mrs Sarah Craig is convalescing LexingtonI Mr and Mrs J D Simpson let toIand family beeIn daysd Prowl theirI atI= Radiumj an are often exceptionally rich in radium i ABOUT HALF THE TIME Half the watches thit people carry are not doing theirrbest work and realy it isnt the fault of the watwl not cleaned or thought about maybe BringQyour watches to us we will be overhauling them J r C H BOWEN Jeweler and Optician v1 X t l Pi vf a t d JACKSON FERRY i Mr J D Saber moved to his 1iomQ here last week tUtMr moved to a house rented of Jas Henry on the Red River pike tahomeerty at Bloomingdale Jas Woosley sold a cow and calf to J D Gravett for 40 Miss Ida Mae Monroe delightfully entertained a number of young friends Saturday night Misses Milile and Lena Gravett were pleasant guests of Loula and Ruth Woosley Thursday night Jas Woosley wife and little daughter Sallie visited relatives in Arlan recently Mr Matha Shearer has returned to his home after a three mouths stay m Winchester for medical treatmentnMrs Joe Gossar and l abe spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Ab Shearer Mrs Mollie Abner died of catarrh of the head Feb 22 She had been an invalid for three years She was a true and devoted wife and a loving mother She was a membe- for Allausville Baptist church a good Christian woman She eaves a husband two children father and mother Mr and Mis Gecere Woosley and five sisters Mrs Hubert Gregg of Rucker ville Mrs Kitty Patrick of Avon Mrs Josie Parker of Winchester Mrs Pauline Osborne of Red Bridge and Mrs Maud Dixon of Bloomington Ill Our truest sym pathy is etxended to the bereaved ones CAPITOL COMMISSION Denies Allegations Made in Petitio- manof Louisville FRANKFORT Ky March 2wit prejaredMiss Mayme Cook of Louisville against the State Capitol Commission to restrain that body from carrying out a contract with he Wollaeger Company of Milwaukee Wis to furnish the new State capitol The an swer is a general denial of the char jres and is supporjpd by affidavits find depositions of State Auditor James and State Treasurer Farley- membcs of the commission which awarded the contract Acting Governor Cox announced last night that he would receive no more personal applications for par don except in emergency cases Acting Governor William II Cox yesterday appointed James W Groves a Democrat Police Judge of Mt Sterling to succcetl Judge J II Kem per resigned Groves is a lifelong friend of Governor Cox MUST SECURE MONEY Or Kentucky School For the Deaf Will Be Closed FRANKFORT Ky Manic 2Uii less the monev due the school for the shotet Mcte school who was unable today to col lect the money due the school because Treasurer Farlev claims that there is no money in the Treasury to use for thousangd February 4 Spend Much on Patent Medicines drugglstspend 3980000 each year for paten medicines Europes Record winter All of the rivers of Italy were froze aver during the winter of 1344 It wa ttso cold in Denmark that the wolve therrPerhaps Perhaps a wifes tenderness with worthless husband Is governed by th same instinct which makes her prnu of anything she gets at a bargain coun ter Atchlson Globa The Difficult Japanese Alphabet Japanese is not an easy language oven for the nativeborn subject of the mikado but it is very difficult of ac quirement by the westerner It takes a Japanese child seven years it is said to learn the essential parts of tho Japanese alphabet Politeness Pays Nothing pays so well as politeness except industry and honesty And an industrious honest man is hand capped If he Is not polite Dont leave a trail of grumbling and ill nature wherever youbgoAtchison Globe AIW tile Shortest Edgewortk AjTstraight line Is th Ihlr jtriUjxs in mathematics r TTT 3S f HjLD NOISY SESSION t Speaker Cannon Has Hard Time to Hold House In Check Washington March 2 Transacting its business amid scenes of great con fusion the house gore every evidence that the present congress is drawing to a close In his endeavor to main in a semblance of order the speak was constantly pounding his gavel and admonishing members to cease conversationAfter hours of stormy debate the socalied Appalachian and White mountain forest reserve bill amended so as to apply its provisions to all states was passed by a narrow margin pf 10 Measures of this character had been before the house In one shape or another for many years and the action witnessed the thl con summation of a policy in connection with the conservation of the forests advocatesByforest reservation commission is created for the purpose of acquiring b purchase or condemnation the lands to promote or to protect the navigability of streams on whose wa tershe they lie The house bill is a substitute for that of the senate and the measuro will now go to confer once SENATE IS INSISTENT As a Result Deadlock Ensues Over Raise Salaries rWashington March 2Because of the insistence of the senate on its amendment to the legislative executive and judicial appropriation bill increasing the salaries of the president vice president the speaker and United States Judges a deadlock has re sultedThe measure came back to the house and that body emphatically recorded Itself against all the amend ments A long wrangle ensued over the question of even asking a further conference with the senate but it was finally dropped JUDGE SATER CONFIRMED Senators Foraker and Dick Silent While Senate Takes Action senatenStates Judge John F Sater of the southern district of Ohio and James H Muir to be postmaster at Pember ville O Confirmation of these nomi thefSenators Foraker and Dick but when they came up the Ohio senators did not further press their objections Pensions For Army Nurses Washington March 2The senate passed a bill pensioning at the rate of 512 a month dependent volunteer army nurses of the civil war WET AND DRY VOTE IN OHIO COUNTIES Secretary of State Prepares Vol ume of Statistics 1 Columbus 0 March 2Secretary Thompson Is preparing for publica tion a pamphlet giving an abstract of the Rose law election votes up to March 1 Sixtysix counties have thus far vot ed under the Rose law 57 of which have voted dry and nine wet In the 66 counties a total of 531575 votes were cast or about half the votes in the entire state The net majority of the drys in the 66 counties was 66132 Hence it is figured that as the wet counties that have not yet voted contain the large cities and centers of wet sentiment the result in the state as a whole would be a very close one were the entire state to vote on the liquor questionFive counties had gotten rid of the saloons under other laws before the Rose law went into effect They were Clinton Geauga Highland Harrison and Morgan The counties of Allen Defiance Fairfield Huron Lorain Mercer Rlchland Seneca and Shelby have voted wet No vote has yet been taken in 17 counties Ashland Auglaize Butler Clark Crawford Cuyahoga Erie Franklin Hamilton Henry Lucas Mahoning MontgomeryOttawa Ross Stark and Summit MAKES NEW RULING WhosBeerE2 Com dn Pleas Judge RG Richards hand offattingbeer in local option communities un der the Rose law Ole Olseson of To ronto sold n substance which an analysis showed contained less than 1 per cent of alcohol Judge Rich ards held that the sale of a beverage containing any alcohol at all isa vi lation of the law and Oleson was fined 200 and costs- Pittsburg Gets Miller Cincinnati 0 March 2The chair man of the national baseball commis sion announced his decision in the controversy between the Pittsburs National club and the Cleveland American league club over playe- John B Miller TIi2 chairman held that becavse the Pittsburg dub had signed Miller to the first contrast it was entitled to hisf service Y rIfJ d t i MR MANIGet your heads together and start your feet our some good All ofour 500 be sold at These leathers Vicis Box Calf genuine Calf in and This opportunity or a good 3 lE The Shoe Man 7SIN NEWS Youthful Chivalry The fiveyearold son of the Rev Stephen S Wise was driving up Fifth avenue New York recently with his mother As they approached the entrance to Central park she called his attention to Saint Gaudens famous work the equestrian statue of Gen Sherman led by Victory But mam ma he queried why does not the gentleman get off his horse and let the lady ride THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and battled the best doctors who said the pois oned blood had affected his and writjesRheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Only 50c Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company CHRISTIAN SCIENCE A RELIGION Christian Science is not as is com monly supposed a mere school of physical healing It is a religion the religion of Jesus Christ and ac complishes its healing and redemptive work in the same manner as did the Master and his disciples It heals physically by improving the spiritual and moral nature of the patient the recovery from disease being the ev idence of such improvement Chris tian Scientists do not use a special Bible of their own but draw inspira tion from the spiritual wells of the same old Bible of our fathers The Christian Science textbook Science and Health is used as a commentary just as orthodox clerevmen use their Bible helps In giving Christian Science to the world Mrs Eddy does not claim to have founded a new religion Through study research and demonstration she discovered that the teaching and healing methods of Jesus are just as efficacious today as they were in hip time The proof that Christian Science is primitive Christianity is found in the results obtained through its practice Thousands have been redeemed from sin and disease their lives corrected and purified to a greater degree than ever before men andwomen are made Letter parents neighbors and citizens but best of all made sincere and earnest followers of Christ Jesus striving daily standardoIt is sometimes said by the unin formed that Christian Science at tempts Jo heal by ignoring sin and disease with the parrotlike utter ance There is nothing the matter land You are well if you only think so Such foolishness is very far practicer = Cal News TRY A NEWS WftNf ADVERTISEMENT y j r i f way we have things for you Shoes are to 395 a Pair are Patents Gun Metals and- thellineatest shapes fashions isyo thing P1d ADVERTISE THE Raised on It Cattle raised on our feed are seldo sick They thrive and grow fat We handle no inferior stuff Our stock includes best varieties of graiu and feed and we can supply alt your wants in that line at the very lowest prices W enjoy a reputation for reliability an endeavor to live up to it IMPLEMENTSof J I Martin Coal and Supply Co COUNTY COURT DAYS is a list of the days Count IBelow held each month in coun to Winchester Anderson Lawrenccburg 3rd Monday Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK 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ttik whole world Itls t13alkane t ruqktbBalkans arr extreniely mountainous and the ccjtotry difficult of communU cation in ibst pafls 1st tiny time is ImpassztbleIn the wInter when snow and drift and glacier block the rugged lay writesVA Francis Walk rin the- N w YorkFreli V It is a ountry bf unrest of strife and turmoil Ye4r after year the world hasYA been told each winter There wibe war In the Balkans in the spriij l The v r rhas been fooled so ny tines by this rumor tht it hajpijbecome skeptical but the evertharumoment in actual fact It surely will find it sin the frtng of 1909 According mmtBalkan irojubles caused the greatest tilomaticc complications of modern hls9ry Never were so many international Interjests involved nor di1 so mans territorial complications ev4r arise tone The Serb states seeniiibent upon fight Bulgaria in her ambitions toward Macedonia no longerffeela e interests bound up with Austria Russia cannot afford to disregard Slay feeling however much she may cry peace and whichever way the pendulum swings If an out break should occur Austria and Turkey must find themselves Involved Germany has promised to stand by ustria and France and England are JUsy safeguarding their status quo f Assigns Point to War The announcement that Austria had decided tbpay the sum of 10000000 or thereabouts itd tTurkey as compen q ONAQES t nforthQarrnexatloaofBosa Id Herzegpviha cleared the air for a me but already difficulties have 4sen concerning the actual amount In paid in cash the terms of pay t and the refusal of Turkey the boy ott pf Austrian trade un he final signatures to the financial lement have tdejf written down Is ohly PU41 the trouble any Ser a nd Montenegrp are i1n an ever The recent Ute Servian minister fdr affairs Itf his P vn parliament a flat defiance pfAuslrian tje s MlipvanovitXih the Servian fir iJiitster prirctlcaily said toAusGl He bluntly declared h LatahCQ pf pp ersnd the llb df the Balkan peoples could bearded phly y Austria ceasing la Balkan pdvcr Further he lated ai demaBd fpr the auton at and g wgpvina under piian control and for the recdgnl Aof the Save and the Danube rivers asjjiie tr tier between the dual mon 7 and the Balkansr t rat power like AustriaHungary afford to remain isIve under r tlon frqm a iuinorstateaiid- J V mvP i r7itr i ieiro4erviantonge olerate fromRus iaif Fr 1 pr Ger IanyV fortinstance a little more coin slderatlon for the exingencies of thE mightiiaveledTegarcL theeplnisters speech as in s auforb- ome consumption But Austria is no intjllned to be As matter oI fact consideraftoi for the weaker nation In general never hasbeen a char racteristicof thfipplicy 6lK ienna The whole trend ef events during the past few weeks points to this facttbat the ties which njaintain certain of the European powers In a state of peace are of the very slenderest nature and that the slightest indiscretion of word Qr deed may precipitate a struggle the end of which no living man can 1for see Is Contest of Races The fundamental basic fact back of all the negotiations betweenthe various powers principally Austria and Turkey Russia and the Balkan prove inces proper is the collisipn of two opposing forces whose natural trend respectively Is east and west north and spU h Kihglake Irf his masterly analysis of the CHmean war has noted the Inevitable tendency of the northern peoples to thsoutb and the warm water At the present moment tcp great races are obeying that in stihct the Teuton and the Slav From west to east or southeast the withIher is heading for Salonika From north to south or southwest thd Slav is equally bent upon linking up the dismembered fragments of his race and making his way down to the Adriatic And the geographical and political point at which the lines of these movements intersect lies in the two provinces which form the present bone of contention Through Bosnia and Herzegovina also through Servia herself Austria = Iycgkm cioFRottma1ia 1i I JTERESTEDPEk to Hands i B6ni 4 nr Co iV holies to force her way southward Through that same territory inhab ited by the men of his own race and tongue and largely of his own religion the Slav intends to find his way to the sea and thereby to unite those kinidreff racial elements which are ani mated by the most intense hatred and jealousy of Teutonic ambitions- It wpuld seem as ff in the presence of these two tremendous opposing forpes the petty details of interna politics from day to da k have onlY that Iniportahce which belongs tp them in their relation tp those forces Yet it is in the petty details of political strife that the kindling wood is foundJ Disagree as to MotIves There seems to be no that the Influence of the Emperor Francis Joseph had a greattieal to do witii the avoidance of rupture a Jew months ago The emperor spnietlmes called the fatherinlaw of Europe is the old st of European sovereigns He is 78 years old and he has reigned for 61 years And It isjfairly certain that the emperors desire fort peace and ills anxiety to see a quiet sunset of a reign that had such a cyclonic sunrise in 1848 has bad much to do I t t it fgfj4di J with Austrias recent concession to Turkey 1rtf4reare critics who trace the ori ginoL tbe f pret trQubl- emaihI3ito taspirations of Francis Josephs heir the Archduke Franz Ferdinand whose aim is believed to be partly fepraltstthe change of the dual into a federal sys tern of which a Slav state will form an important constituent partly Cler ical at horne and abroad This would forward1fnlietbcenturYCnfelude lat whllethe ct of Bulgaria in putliijfigffher foot through the treaty- o BeHfii hhltshe d6Clavedher hide iiideic in October last aiid Austrias tormai Incorporation of Bosnia and Ii koyina may have been dramatic ii1itTy a Europe considered Bulgaria of Boiiiia and Herzegovina parts o ftfre Turkish empire excppt IiTsjianiei Austria created order inutile Jwo provinces and admin ami civilized them for 30 years and probably no historian ever will say that Europe contemplated their befng handed back to Turkey without protest Jall practical par juu THE PROBABLE SCENE OF poses whatever they were In theqry Bosnia and Herzegovina were prdv inces of AustriaHungary and Bul garia was an independent principality Undoubtedly the irresistible racial am bitions of the peoples referred to in a preyipus paragraph are the mos potent influences that have beenat work These instincts are finding frank and open expression at this junctureBulgaria has been a powerful empire in the past possessing something of a glorious history Many of the greatest victories and conquests of Turkey were due to the devotions and reckless courage of her Bulgarian soldiers worthy descendants of the men who fighting In the phalanx of Alex ander the Great conquered th world The revolt of the Bulgarians and the Bulgarian massacres following them brought on the last RussoTurkish war which was closed provisionally by thel treaty of San Stefano That treaty created Greater Bulgaria to include Rumelia and Macedonia those parts of Turkey in which Bulgarians formed the majority of the inhabitants The treaty of San Stefano was revised by the powers at the congress of Berlin and Bulgaria had the two subterritories taken away from her She regained Rumelia but not Macedonia The Bulgarians are the strong est element among the inhabitants of Macedonia and Bulgaria has been in tent upon regaining the province The recent Turkish revolution and especially the intention of the Young Turk party immediately reorm and strengthen the neglected army ap peared to stimulate Bulgaria to action Great Powers Involved Bulgaria has two mighty neighbors and to conquer and hold Macedonia she bad tothavc the backing of a first clasB power For that support she turned to AustriaHungary having lost the support of Russia when she re jected Russias tutelage refused to Russianize her army and to convert Bulgaria into a Russian protectorate There are those who believe that a TurkoBulgarian quarrel would be only one act in a great European struggle for the control of Constantinople It Is for Constantinople that Russia has fougnl 1e1trl all her greatest wars since the time of Peter the Great and Catherine II and some critics fore see a combination of Russia and Tur key supported by Great Britain against Bulgarian aggression which they say would be supported by Austria and Germany Great Britain is concerned for her control of the Bos phorus and the Dardanelles and France has her border as well as her ohlente with Great Britain to consider The sovereign houses of the Balkan states have furnished the melodrama if not the tragedy of presentday his tory Tho most powerful and most universally respected of the Balkan rulers today is King Charles of Ru mania J is nearly 70 years old and in poor healtju In his 40 years reign he has developed the country into the most prosperous and powerful of tub Balkan states His wife is Carmen Sylvia The melodrama of this royal Tipilse was furnished by Prince Couza the present kings predecessor chose profligacies shocked his people so ranch that they compelled him to ab dicate King Charles was a German prinie and did not take the title of king until after the RussoTurkish war of 1877 when he aided the Muscovite forces Three Monarchs Interested dreece comes into the present mix up joa account of her Macedonian in terests ana also because the declara fi izr zrf jf i t fK A f ci p l Li tion of Cretan independence I Te1pyance to Tumkjvry t critical Tndraent King George I one of the- most 1nterst1nres t tut9erD iKiroije lila government has been wise aad sober and he and Queen Olga are Immensely popular KIngJPeter of Servla has been called the boycotted nlpnarch because with the exception of Emperor Francis Joseph all tha rulers of Europe have Defused io visit him j to accept visits from libr1 This because King Peter has refpfed Cp dissociate Jiiniseif from the as4in ot King Alex Iiierand praga The assassins Indeed in spit thq protects of foreign pow rs arj hmong thps6 who still hold High o1in the kingdom a fact that lends aowecdlqlTtqithfS rumor that the pre trat king was privy to the hors rible crIthof the palace Nevertheless srria has had the ttugnprt or the weLn powers in her claims foi compeiiMttlbn from Austria The Crown LJlnc George is a wild har scaruniouth whbse chief faculty is that of jetting into scrapes which dis tress Servian authorities PrinCNichi1as of Montenegro succeeded to the throne In ISfiO the muider of Daub I His afterI ACTION interests poverty stricken partly owing to the princeSwn extravagances and mania for gambling One of his daughters- is thcesehtquer pf Italy War Would Mean Change IOf Abul Hamid II of Turkey little 321yearshions inEurope and as the regenerated Turkey under constitutional rule has shornhim pf4 mot of his govern mental pow6r he lucernes a much less dominant iigUre than before In the ruling tit tlieOttnutn iIrG If theje h9pid be yr r tJre surely will bsoradkitl ctfah es in the map o Europe 1ruly the event of eneraVJfltfdstllitleSj oiiie historic battlefIidsp1db i 1 again The entejrea Pl ceiuralj Europe is a momgry war ihf one can a if Pre m11e of =un4iwtot ptittt ones toot upon some df a bygone time 2LThe f talwar Strength of the Euro pean nitlon at prpjsqnt concerned in the diplomatiQ ne qtiation8 over the Balkans is represented 4jy a total of 8399000 trppps wliich Injcludes en listed men and reserves flat reckon ing the number pf men actually avail able fpr duty though unorganized a European war could mean the employ meat in tile waft pf kijling of 13560 000 nien or a grand tt l bf 21959000 men in land forces alppet The employ ment of the navies of the same nations could mean the engagement of a total of 122 modern battleships 1802 Other vessels of war and 3625ii menThe Ijptal wealth pf these same na ittons Is represented In gigantic figures ip less than 215000010000 Of all the European pdjvers France is best able financially to face a war The liMividuaL wealth of France is greaterHtian that of any of her rivals and her Internal financial responsible ities are less Germany is hot iii ar healthy financial state Turkey has been fihancidlly corrupt for ages but somehSVj she always can get the mofleto fight Alwaysprepared for War Europeanrof 18778 though fpr several years before that Eurppe had known little peace TJie FranceGerman war of 1870 the Orlm an war of 1856 and the AustroPrussiani yar of 1866 are all near memories In the Balkans them selves 4here has been no real peace for years past The Bulgasi the Turks and the Greeks have lived in a state of turmoil J If ir For all The Hauyue jieacer conferences and talks of treaties and arbi trillions Turope looks out upon the spring wiUi quivering end nerves atlngle The jealbiisieB of races and nations scatter treaties and paper bonds to tjbe sour Winds How long before th clash The Turkjn his mad fanaticism guarding religion and race in the manner in which he enjoys the greatest fighting unit in the world perhaps though always lacking lead ership an discipline the Bulgar no less warle and capable of a guerrilla campalgn second to none the Greek and alt tie mixed bloods of the Ori ent combined the Teuton and the Slav the Normdhail th6 Anglo Saxon with little chance for the Latin to escape if Italy seesffitto keep faith with her allies all likely to ba involved in setting the Old World ablaze A continent of peoples Clashing and sthigglrng for that pride of place which diplomats choose to term tho balance of Powef How long The spring may tU it ft i c t r r f 4 POSSI1LE COV YIELDS I How It is peHI ale to Increase the But ter Fat in Milk We wish we could get our to idealize that it is quite pO readersIways that we have already pointed out to bring the of butter fat per lead from 150 pounds per cow which is about what it is now up to 300 pounds and over de clares Wallaces Farmer We know Of nothing better to do than to publish reliable returns from different herds showing what has actually been ac complished staUohbasgiving the yield of a herd maintained for research and instruction purposes with the aim however of making it return the best possible revenue Un der the existing conditions The fact that this herd is kept for the ipm bined purpose of instruction and profit prevents the returns from being as high as they would be if it was kept for purely commercial purposes The five best cows in the herd gave the following yields of butter fat 477 96 pounds net profit 9531 44236 pounds net profit 8001 40325 pounds net profit 7680 41354 pounds net profit 7639 33658 pounds net profit 6621 The net profits do not include the cost of labor or the value of the calves Some one may ask How were these cots fed In winter a mixture of bran corn meal distillers grains in the proportion of three four and three parts with as much hay and silage as they would eat up clean In summer they ran on pasture anti when corn was short were fed nor green corn and corn silage The Georgia experiment station has in connection with the dairy division of the United States depart nient of agriculture been keepiing rec ords of four dairy herds including 79 cows together with the various feeds and rations which have been fed to them The best cow produced In one year 9257 pounds of milk containing 54439 pounds of butter the poorest cow 1589 pounds of milk containing 8802 pounds of butter The poorest heM produced an average of 3653 pounds of milk per cow containing 22136 pounds of butter the best herd an average of 4873 pounds of milk per cow containing 31902 pounds of butter This is in this test in the of Georgia the poorest herd averaged about 50 per cent more butter fat per cow than the average cow in the northern states so far as we can ascertain Northern farmers who are only get Ung about 150 pounds of butter fat per cow in a ear ought to be ashamed of heJ11selves No man ought to milk cows that will not give 200 pounds of butter fat per year No man ought to be willing to continue in the business with loss than 250 pounds average No man ought to be satisfied with less than 300 pounds When he reaches that point he will want 350 pounds but like the man who wants to grow 80 bushels of corn to the acre he fin haye to work hard for thd additional pounds or bushels- AUTOMATIC BARN DOOR LATCH Wilt Work Either on Sliding or Swing ing Doors r have found the barn door latch shown in the accompanying illustration very satisfactory on either sliding or swmgihg doors as it fastens securely with one move of the lever both the Safety Barn Door Latch top and the bottom of the door writes a farmer in Prairie Farmer A and A are two pieces of IiIa little over half the height of the door in length and are fastened to the lever B with bolts B is made two feet long with a pin in one end which works in a slot cut in the door as shown at C D and D lore pieces which are fastened to the door bats at the top and bottom with grooves in which work the two levers A and A E is a block one inch thick whIch icts as a lock on the lever and will always securely fasten the door Wet Feed or Dry 4 man who has two or three extra dairy ows and who buys all the good feed they can possibly eat because it pays him to do so has been experimenting with the feeding of alfalfa redItbdiluted with water in the feed Is a mistake It Is no longer considered advisable or necessary to wet bran be fora feeding and it is absurd to make a paste of alfalfa meal It would also be our preference to permit the cow to grind the alfalfa A liberal banking of sheds pri the north side will pr vcn boon f tno cOws when theccld weather comes J Pdf 12Af T 1 rClark County INCO constructonC4I tr IThink of the mud arid hill climbing tax paid each year l fOn the Basis Equipment and the apv plication of Economical Business jy i Methods we solicit the construe tson and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or prfc vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car Sots and will be pleased to sell J same in quanitydesired The putting in of classes of Concrete I specialty and satisfaction guaranteed U Ji rICAPITAL 1OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres lion Notwithstanding the hard times there Has been steady growth fro Lhe start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially imlted to open an account with us Personal I attenipn to all business j M HUbGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B Vice President j lADVERTISE NVVi STATE FAIRS 1909 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days SrcbttTcpunty July 27th7 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9tli 6 days Bourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Louisville Septembej 13th days If secretaries of lairs will kindly furnish dute we will carry them Tree of charge Rockcastle county August 18 dnvs Spencer county August 10 4 days Lniirel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 days Lincoln county July 21 3days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky August 19 3 days Shelby county August 24 4 days NEARDEATi IN BIG POND Tt vas ft ilirilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to Lace death For verfrs a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and seveul times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Sopor lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sure Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and mill Bronchial affections 50a and 100i Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Phillips Drug Company A Family Failing The star pupil arose at the school entertainment to declaim his piece Lend me your ears he bawled Ha sneered the mother of the opposition but defeated pupil thats Sarah Jane Dorans boy He wouldnt be his mothers son if he didnt want to borrow something TitBits New England Originality At a Lynn Mass wedding recently brfght now coins were thrown after the departing bride and groom instead of tho traditional rice and old shoes That was awfully reckless considering how near Lynn is to Nahant and Dos tomiIfThe Kind of Bird SheWas The young lady or the family had jut returned Irpm Paris where she had studied under Marchssi and Uncle Wnl hwho hail served v her folks sence befoh de wah was in vited into thp parlor to hear her sing When she concluded her first aria he remarked Miss Lucy yo she equalizes a mnrtinsalc The Pangs of Love a dreadful thing to be in loves td Mr Despairing Swaltrr have Heartache that would fill three hos pitals and than some SUBSCRIBE FJJRr THE NEWS J CIoqr ifr f NoRoarican cost the Far mers as f much as a poer one JI any all a COCKRELL I its THE VERY BEST 1 Have any of our readers seen ars WeeklJnnquirerend for a copy if fci o other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator iall things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthSThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments i and following advice thufc obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of J questionable amusements and volities of life and encouraged fdfemulate all that is helpful in ing for a useful future in life vi The Grand Idea being thateeAa are our Homes so will be the Com inunity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell i a forcible I reminder of the spiritual and tern1 1livinglife that brings nought but misery 1to the home 4 Other departments and features are above the ordinary the tuiani mous verdict of its readers being t 1Week1ySample copies may be writing to the BNQUTHKR COMSAXfj Cincinnati 0 T d Newest ThiefCatcher Vji fqrtwhich will closd doors frOm behlfidra I counter on pressing a pedal and at the same time ring an aiarn outsIde the j building k- Your FrlentTs Picture A philosopher says What alotdfhypocrites we are A man shows us the negative of a portrait of himself vo admire jt and remark Td lllte one In the most cpldblbodejl fashion knowing full weir that well drop It behind thejiiarlpr sofa flIt pow eJs could we meet Urn situation J erf1an Proverb 1cqu Is lC fitatboiiaiidhaud 1 Pp4 j F s J r t j 1 t r t if fyn 7 ras Ttf J 2 i s dafbU rl4 r i 1jJ 7ft il T t t Att YY 3yv t tt J w y r r fJI ji rll 1 l ojr H I EWINcrSTr ws Tr it y JllIi VM Oitj FARMf1Iy 1rationHave the salt where the horses can get It They will not then be troubled with worms Do not neglect the farm orfchard It should not only supply fruit for the table the year round but some to sell as welltThe diseased trees should receive prompt attention Do not neglect them until they are dead or dying Try to control the disease from the start orchardiOut of the 12 international live stock judging contests held In America since 1898 Iowa students have won grand championship honors nine times and on two other occasions won one of the two trophies offered During stormy weather the colts must be given shelter All stock is better where they are not compelled to brave the harsh weather of winter Remember that It is poor economy of feed to compel the stock to keep warm in the face of a cold north wind i Prof N E Hansen of the South Dakota experiment station has found in northern Siberia an alfalfa suited to the arid lands of the cold northwest In his search for this plant a year ago Prof Hansen was badly frozen and at one time his life was despaired of If you are planning to build house taketqunderstand what is involved in the undertaking Good buildings are always good farm investments They should be convenient sanitary durable and beautiful It they are convenient san tary and durable they will be beautiful because beauty mid utility are one and the same thing in the end During wet spells it Is well to look over your land and note the places where the water stands This is especially true In the orchard or gar 4den Plan to tiledrain such places It will pay you It Is next to Impossible to garden successfully in wet soils and almost all fruit trees refuse to thrive in them After draining these low places apply a barrel of lime to sweeten the soil which is likely to be sour Getting a profit out of feed stuffs depends upon the kind of cattle you put it into Figured to a fine point says the farmer isnt the proposi tion of fullfeeding cattle some thing like this If you have good steers a good profit will be made if you liave scrubs better save the corn and let some one else try fattening the steers The cattle market is in a bad way when it doesnt pay to feed good steers One cannot have good steers without keeping a good class of cows and an extra good male The finger of experience points to pure breds or as nearly pure bred as you can afford Even In the winter time the lice should be fought Be sure that by cleanliness and generous use of lice killing preparations both on the chick ens and in the coop you get the upper hand of the pests Now is the time to begin to fight them to extermina tion so that by hatching time there will be none to molest Clean out the henhouse as you would a room in the dwelling house Use coal oil freely painting all the roosts nest boxes and all parts where lice stay Then give everything a good whitewashing with a lime wash containing some carbolic acid Give about three such treat ments between now and next spring and the victory will be yours Deep plowing offers special advan tages to the farmer making as tt fioes for a condition of deep humu soil The United States agricul department enumerates the folloxv points which are worthy of special 4consideration It provides more food because it increases chemical action and multiplies bacterial life in a larger body of soil It stores more moisture and it loses its moisture less rapidly on account of its cooler lower strata and the presence of more ofito root deeper and find tpermanent moisture It largely ob viates the necessity of terracing because it holds so much water in sus t r pension that heavy rainfalls will got to the bottom and be held by the drier earth above until they can be ab sorbed by the subsoil Humus enables the soil to store more moisture in creases its temperature makes it more porous furnishes plant food cumulates chemical action and fosters bacterial life JL l S t 1 tt t l I Beginthe education of thecolt at an early age The half broken horse la a menace to himself and those who would drive him It has often been said tHero is more guess work in dairying than in any other department of farm work Dont fondle and pet the young colt Treat him kindly but firmly and have him come to look for some little tlt bit when you call him The farm without a good orchard Is lacking in one of the most important conditions for the comfort of tIe fam ily and the profit of the farmer it A stubborn man Is apt to make a stubborn horse No man ever ought to try to break a colt who is not master of himself It requires patience to do the trick but it pays in the end Keep the stalls clean Horses can not rest on corn cobs and other rubbish any more than could you Give clean straw or sawdust and be sure there are no hard lumps underneath Why not get a pair Of scales a Bab cock tester and a score sheet and keep track of what each cow is doing in the way of milk yield It is the only way you will ever be able to weed out the unprofitable cows Do not forget to give the chickens green food during the winter Any thing in the way of roots is good Try a turnip nailed to a board or a beet or carrot hung from the telling and far enough from the floor to give the hens a little exercise in pecking at the swinging vegetable Ground corn with the cob makes the best feed for stock for pure corn meal is too heavy but the ground cob gives it the right bulk to overcome this Besides feeders have learned not to grind as fine as they used to Crack ing the kernel from five to seven times IS the standard rule which mushes the cob fine enough to make it palatable Sometimes when one sends away for eggs for setting some of them may become cracked Do nut throw them away for if not too badly cracked they may be incubated by gumming a thin strip of tough paper to the shell In case of an egg cracked during incubation the results would depend to some extent on the crack being patched over soon after the break occurred The government had on exhibition at the Omaha corn show a still for the makuig of denatured alcohol out of corn Jaste and potatoes It was in charge of Dr H T Sawyer of the c chemistry and proved of great inttest to the farmers who it is assume will one of these days be running their gas engines au tomobiles and the kitchen ranges with the stuff that used to be practically thrown away The soy bean is coming into general use where its value is known and ap preciated as a supplement to corn in producing market hogs In a previous bulletin the results show that the gains were much more rapid and cheaper and that the profits were also greater where a ration of corn and soy bean meal was used in compari son with one of cornand tankage un der conditions prevailing at that time The reports from other stations which have used them have been very favor able Thinning fruit on trees is an excel lent practice It is a wellknown fact that the fruit tree will set more fruit than It is capable of supporting and bringing to perfection To aid nature In its work growers should take away the extra fruit The vitality of the tree is used up by the number of seeds it it permitted to ripen not by the size of the fruit It is readily seen that by removing some of the fruit we con serve the fertility of the land as well as aid the tree to properly mature the remaining fruit A tree that has thus been thinned will bring forth more fruit per bushel than other trees and beside this the fruit from thinned trees is superior in color size and quality Such thinning should not be done however until the natural drop of the fruit Is over Extra care Is needed at the time the pigs are weaned Before taking away from the mother they be taught to eat a variety of feeds and be sup plied with them daily so that their digestive organs will be in a position to utilize feeds independent of the sow Where skim milk ls to be had this should be fed three or four weeks before weaning and for that length of time after weaning In the absence of milk warm slops of wheat mid dlings will make a fair substitute At all seasons give the young weaned pigs plenty of green stuff and char coal In winter and all inclement weather the young weaned pigs must not only have good shelter from rain and snow but also the very cleanest and dryest of bedding and an abund ance of it Wheat or oat straw free of dust or mold isgood and enough of it should be supplied so that the little animals can literally cover up in it Wet bedding must not be tol erated under any circumstances in cold weather Pigs will cover them selves with it cyme out into the cold of mornings and contract colds and lung trouble resulting in cheek of growth and death Their sleeping quarters should be frequently cleaned as the dust there causes them to cough and no doubt harbors germs of Disease 0 7 rra A SLIGHT- MISCALCULATION f HE ycung man with the beetling eyebrows and the assertive necktie paused to knock the ashes from his pipe Whom I going to take to the theater party he echoed Why I dont mind telling you that Im go ing to take Ethel Oh said the other young man whose quietness was his noticeable c h a r act eristic Have you asked her The young man with the necktie looked faintly surprised Howd YQU know I hadnt he Inquired Ill tele phone her tonight I was so busy all day 1 didnt have a chance Besides theres no hurry There Isnt anyone else likely to ask her but you and now that Ive spoken first of coursc Why of course agreed the quiet young man I shouldnt dream of in terfering with your plans Thats one thing I like about you confided the young man with the tie Some fellows dont know when theyre licked but youve got common sense Oh I was just speaking ten erally There are fellows you know whod a sneaked off and phoned Ethel before Id had a chance Of course though I dont know that youre so awfully keen on going with her yourself only youve gone to see her a lot Yes I have agreed the quiet young man Ive been so busy lately I havent been around to see Ethel as often as usualsaid the young man with the tie I expect shes sore about it but this theater party and some flowers and candyll fix things all right I know girls You do Indeed agreed the quiet young man She was speaking about you only the other evening The young man with the tie tried to look unconscious Was she he asked carelessly There was a silence Say he broke out at last I dont mind telling youwere old friends and you are sort of one of us you knowI dont mind telling you that Im going to marry that girl The quiet young man stirred Into surprise Ethel he queried ex plosively Uhhuh said the young man with the tie I expect you are kind o surprised 1 flatter myself that I dont let on to the general public just what I intend to do butIve been thinking It over for a long time and Ive decided shes the girl for me Oh said the quiet young man more calmly I see Youyou havent asked her then The young man with the tie shook his headAre going to telephone his friend inquired with innocent interest The young man with the tie looked a trifle suspicious but decided that nothing was meant by the question Well no he admitted I hadnt thought much about it I didnt decide till just recently Im not going to jump into a thing like that in a hurry and be sorry ever after I know what I want in a wife Now Ethel is not too ijretty you seeshe cant be vain about herself and a vain woman is al ways selfish I abominate a selfish woman All she thinks about is her self and her own comfort I want some one wholl consider me first Its right that the man who provides the home and works for it should be con sidered first I see your point said the quiet young man Some fellows never think of those things Ethel isnt everlastingly chat tering either She would give a fellow a chance to do a little talking himself Most girls think the only thing of Importance is what they have to say Did you ever notice how Ethel will sit and listen with her head one side as if she was so Interestedkind- of amusedI believe I ever did said the quiet young man Perhaps not said his friend with the assertive tie You probably havent had as long talks with her as I have She always listens that way when I talk That girl is intelligent and when she gets a chance to listen to conversation thats worth while she does it without Interruption I think shes economical and a good housekeeper Dont you I have great admiration for Ethel declared the quiet young man but I never exactly figured out her good qualities as you have done Well thats natural you didnt have the idea In mind that I did said the young man with the tie No indeed I didnt said the quiet young man with a fervency thatcaused his friend to look puzzled You see went on the quiet young man as he got into his coat I believe if I were you Id riot waste a nickel telephoning Ethel She promised to marry me a week ago and I rather think she expects me to be her escort to that theater party Good night The young man with the violent tie sat staring at the chair which had been oc2upied by the quiet young man Id like to ronw he said at last just what it was she said when she spoke about me the other evening Come to think of it I believe his tone was sarcastic when he mentionedit- rtJ 11 0 CHESAPEAKE dHIO Eastbound- No 26 Daily Ex Sun ow 8 42a m No 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 6SO p m No 24 Daily 925p m Westbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 2 50p lu No 23 Daily 438 p in LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CineinnatiKnoxville Ib al 10 00 am No CinciunatiJacksonvilli imited 1057 a In No MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati conectiot at Paris irrives at 032 departs at 035 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limite 1123 p m Northbound TRAIN SCHEDULE- No AtlanJtaCincinnati limits 500 a m No 10 StanforuMjiysyille locQ conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 n m No KnoxvilloCineinnati local arrives 250 departs 253 p nt No JacksonvilleCincinnati limited 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Win chester also are all dailyexcept Nos y and 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No4 Daily IDa Stations PM jv Lexington 2 735 25jWinchester 3 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 Ioo Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 93S Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 956 Be a tt le June 510 1011 r 3711045O Westbound ailyfDailyl Sun 1 05 II to1eNo31N NiIT PM11L jv Jackson U ic 1t 2 20 7100 O KJunci15 225r7 5 Athol 040 252 730 Beattyville June 707 320 7 5- 4Torrent730 341 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton June 7 48 357 828 Stanton 18151 420 854 Clay City 435 902 L E June 9 00 507 931 Winchester 9 12 f 520 940 ArLexington 0 55 605 1025 TILE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton Junction Trails Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nos and 4 will connection with the L i A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stationsW MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf 100000ITHE- Winchester Bank or WINCHESTER iy N H WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER I SOLICITS YOVR 1GCOUMTS I SpurWorkweHdevelop the best that is In you It it the divine spur that compels a man ba coaquerlaathe lJV 1Try 4 ttVrCa2S V 1s1Y TimeFor MorePrinting to we a its in of us our 1 Il IIwe 4 I i S = I GrownUp Children It Is not only the frivolous whom the spirit of is just now leading astray Silliness Is the rash Ion even among the wise Women especially affect a kind of childish shrewdness in talking of serious subjects Like children who have the habit of they lose the sense of reality and because they nev er talk exactly as they think they begin to think exactly as they talk London Spectator i Fish with Voices The squirrel fish has Its theli1the bark of a squirrel The sea horse which Is quite common Along the Atlantic coast emits a Very faint clicking sound at intervals Sun day L JldgmentRe who observing how stances the feelings and of men how often vices pass Into virtues and paradoxes late axioms learns to what is accident al and transitoiy in kuraan nature from what is and t i oM MachiafelU Above Emerson iste cy a great s uj oM lmplr JSl Isr tQ do V 2 1tt t f I t1- 1gil IT is mghlme that- the111 business men of of this vicinity w fe finding out that wb ate the OnIyModernPrinter with Down to Date Outfit in the City Winchester It is time they were awaking to this fact If they would reach the ear and catch the eye of public they must come to us lot the printing withwhich to do it We offer these ads vantages I The MachinerytNew and Down the I Type the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MORE We are vain believe that have line of samples that will eclipse anything of kind this section Kentuckyandnothinggives more pleasure than to exhibit production to the uses ofprinters ink We would like to call and show you that can deliver the goods 5 e WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATEDI Printers Main St New Phone 91 l TI1 Ii childishness romancing acquired resembles Magazine powerfully rircura influence opinions distinguish etseatiftl mUtM- e14acaulaysEsay Consistency WltJicoH of the Finest to Minute enough Reducing Weight Racehorse Owner William you are too heavy Cant you take something off Jockey Im wearing my lightest suit and havent tasted food all day Owner Then for good ness sake g6 and get shavedTit Bits The Tasks for Young Men Tasks for rapid and wholesale adjustment fall into the hands of very young men At the outbreak of the French revolution the 11 men who wore destined to become its leader averaged 34 years of ageESA Ross in Social Psychology tii Women Are to Share With Mn Men and women are to have a com mon way of lifea common education Uzthe city or going out to war they are togetherlIkethings women are to share with the menPlatoNecessary Optimism The chralc optimist who says hs loves the 0014 weather gage the- Phi1olOphr oC Folly is usually the alas who has wrt money eaowth togo oath for the materl yr TRY A NEWS WAPif n TlillTtt i i i r Picture flaking r When they show you their sample themBARRETTmade every photo himself that he GUESSWORK r youHE I EXPERT t rbonr made in Winchester by BARRETT theUstr peniable pctu mantPORThAITSrPQRTRAIT FRAU AND FRAMED PICTURESf Discriminating WioLady theatrical maaagen Eeit 1rirbe peculiarly fortuitele or rath cttllarly clever at gavfiJii of Ithe public Posribly they tfrokoomen or they pay mare rattenti trilM and sod aog iiMt la ifpmattersLoadoa Graphic tasf 4 i r Long Ufeief OeftfMfintlm v Tibe ilttafcoo iaits o from 00 to Wf ytiri i Zf 9 i fQ T E- i2 t kr I JI X It PaQEiIhte1TT T4T THE WINCHESTER NEWS WANITOLOOKi I rf three Resolutions Presented In tile louse StE ALSO INTERESTED Representative Bense Seeks to Have JoInt Investigation of Charges Made Against Senator Dean by Former Senators Drake and Atwell In Con nection With Alleged Attempt io Influence Their Votes When Rose County Option Bill Was Considered f Columbus 0 March 2The return of the Ohio legislators to their duties 1signalized by a large number of now bills and resolutions few of which can pass and by a revival of the canal rehabilitation question In the senate there was an extended hearing on the canal question and in the house three resolutions were in troduced by Representatives Bowers Crawford and Kempel providing for the appointment of commissions to Investigate the canals and report at the nfext session as to the best policy to pursue with reference to them Dao day also was marked by thb Introduction by Representative Bense of fi resolution for an inquiry into the c1irges9f attempted bribery made last r lby Former Senators John a Drake of Sandushy and W L Atweh of Newark The charges were put out during the state campaign and In volved the successor of Mr Drake Senator T A Dean of Fremont and a Columbus politician whose name was not mentioned Mr Senses resolution pointed out that the character and integrity of a member of the assembly had been attacked and It was up to the Itgisla ture to make jin investigation through a joint committee The charges of Former Senators Drake and Atwell were that while the Rose county option bill was pending In the senate a year ago they were approached by Mr Dean who introduced them to the Columbus politician arid the latter in turn offered them a money considera ti nand assurances of renomination Iffthey would vote to refuse to favorably recommend the Rose bill then in the temperance committee I Ministers Praise Roosevelt Springfield 0 March 2President Roosevelt was highly complimented by the Springfield Ministerial associa tion in resolutions adopted praising him for his stand during hig adminis tration on the great moral and civic questions The resolution in part fol lows We believe that your unflinch ing devotion to basal principles of right and heroic contention for those things you believe to make for the- bettermentot the people have made your administration one of the most notable in the historyof our country STATEWIDE BILL PASSES Arkansas House Is Scene of Enthusi astic Demonstration Little Rock Ark March 2 The Gahh bill providing for statutory statewide prohibition passed the house by a vote of 53 to 27 The passage of the bill was follow severalIwas confusion which followed that the house abandoned any attempt to continue further business and adjourned Will Not Address Legislature 7 San Antonio Tex March 2 Notwithstanding the published reports that he will address the Texa legislature this weekE H Harriman stated that he xHl not go to Austin He expects to go to Mexico after corn- pleting his vacation here Wright Has Close Call Pau France March 2WilburWright and Colonel Vives chief of the aerostatic corps of the Spanish army narrowly escaped injury when the rudder of the Wright aeroplane stru k the ground and disabled the machine POWDER MILL GOES UP Llma Man Killed In Explosion at Kings Mills O Dayton 0 March 2With a re pjprt that shook everything for miles l arOund anexpiosi6n rent the smoke I iSas powder department of the King powder worksat Kings Mills seven miles west of Lebanon With the de strucfion of the plant Walter Thomp son ot jima Q the onlyjmaniri the vicinity at the time was killed The property damage was about 1000 Admiral Sperry to Retire WashingtonMarclL T t ls now understood thai Rear Adh iraTSperry will file his application for relief froin the command of the Atlantic battleship fleet with the next administra thin Judge Richards DiesVGlncinnat 0 March 2Judge John JC Richards of the United States circuit court of appeals died at his home here of frights disease Blanche Walsh Leaves Hospital Kansas CIty March 2 Blanche Walik i be tihO has been confined Tnia for over nionUirleft the hospital r t tG ir 7 f I i MtOBY cow MAN DIES AGlD 84 Mr Daniel McFadden Goes To His Reward Many Land TransfersV MT STERLING Ky March 2iMr Ianiel McF ddcn agqd about 84 years died at his home neal Side View this county after a long illi ness Jlunoral services will be held today at the St Patrick church in this city conducted by Rev Father McCaffrey and the burial wall be in MeFaddcnmoved to this country some years JlgoMr McFadden is survived by his wife and 10 children Rev Franklin Davis Father Dies Rev Franklin Davis rector of the Episcopal church in this city was called to Pennsylvania by the sudden death of his father Rev Mi Davis lost liig mother by death only a short time since and his double bereave ment is deeply regretted Many Transfers of Land Made The town was full of farmers yes terday closing out transfers of farms and many deeds wcer fired with Cotta ty Clerk King for record It is estimated that over 100000 in notes and cash changed hands in this county Monday on land trades Married By Rev Mr Clark Mr Harvey Hunt of this county and Miss Minnie 11 Groves daughter 6f Mr E A Groves of Bath county were married i nthis city by Rev H D Clark The bride is an attractive young woman mal the groom a prosperous young farmer Rev T Be ton Hill preached his farewell sermon as pastor of the Bap tist church in this city Sunday night to a large audinece Rev Mr Hill will assume his duties with the Theological Baptist Seminary an Louis yule next week He will go tQ Virginia a few days to visit his mother for a short time MURDER CASES TRANSFERRED Eight Changed From Harlan to Other Counties- BAILBOURVILLE Ky March 2 Eight Ilarlan county murder cases have been transferred to adjoining counties fqr trial changes of venue havimr been granted All the prisoners have been moved to the different counties pending trials because of the bad cpiiditiou of the Harlan county jail Henry Carter Sidney Pope and Robert Osborhe who were indicted by the Harlan grand jury on the charge of killing Taulbcrt Howard were transferred to this city and will be tried by the Knox Circuit Court in June The murder of Howard occurred January 16 and the case attracfetl much attention Sherman Nathan Jack and Pearl Blanton will be tried in the Laurel Circuit Court at London for the al leged murder of F R Blanton in Harlan county February 3 a change of venue being grantedVThe cziseof Robert Lewis charged with manslaughter in the Harlan Cir cuit Court has been transferred to the Leslie Circuit Court at Hyden The changes of venue were granted on motion of the prosecution in each instance it being claimed that law lessness in the county precluded a fair hearing for the prosecution KEPT WIFE AT HOME BY USE OF SHOT GUN Negro Man and Woman Arrested By Deputy Sheriff LEXINGTON Ky March 2John Price a negro anda colored woman wer arrested yesterday at Coldstrcam the farm of Mr J Be llclphon the Newtown pike by Deputy Sheriff Cloud Bosworth on a charge brought by John Price the husband of the woman It is alleged that Price forced the woman to leave her home on Charles street at Forest HilL and accompany him to his qunrtrs on the Coldstream place a few days ago where lie has been guarding her witha shQtgun since then I Itotcto take place this afternoon before Squire Oldham NEWBUSNESSFIRHI Mr II IoiIa practical upholsterer of many years exnerience has rented a storeroojn in the Simpson building on EastJBroadway and wilt be ready for business this week Mr Mpll has moved liis family to this city from Buffalo N Ynhd will locate here The Anest of fine postcards made ab BaVretfi Ga jleiy Sea hicFad1n todasNcI f t+ i OMMISSIDNER RANKIN AFTER IMPURE SEEDS He Urges Farmers of State to Co operate With Him in the Movement Vx FRANKFORT KyvMar 2Ag riculituriil CJomnlislsioher IC Ran kin has sent wit a letter to the farm ors of Kentucky urging them to cooperate with him in the movement fQr pure seeds lIe saysto them To the Farmers ot Kentucky As the farmers of Kentucky have been imposedupon for years through buying adulterated seed I feel that as Commissioner of Agriculture I should do something to help them- I want every farmers when he buys seed to find out from whom the seed is bought and then send a sam ple or samples to the Agricultural Ex periment Station at Lexington Ken tuck to Soc if it is pure or adul terated before it is sown The seed viIi be exaimnqd and returned with the results of the examination The honest seed dealer will be benefited and the dishonest one will be put out of business if it is in my power to do so The farmer will know what he is sowing Valid will know what the hauvest will be If the farmer sows seed without having them inspected I want hint to repprt the harvest to me telling me from whom- time seed were bought and tIme results By so doing you wilL benefit this department yourself and other farm ers throughout the State Impure sped and adulterated seed must be done away with When you get your samples get them down in the middle of thoracic or package and not from the top Thanking you for your hearty cooperation in this matter I beg to re main Your servant M C RANKIN Commissioner of Agriculture FARMER IS DRIVEN INSANE BY SECRET Had Told Friends That He Had Com mitted Deed Which Would Some Day Drive Him Crazy DANVILLE Ky March 2rHor jice Woods a prominent farmer of Flatwood Garrard county was ad judged a lunatic at Lancaster yes terday afternoon and ordered con fined in time Eastern AsyllUl1l at Lex ington He became insane two weeks- ago Several years ago Woods told im mediate friends that he had committed a deed which would drive him crazy but that the secret would never pass from his lips From tiihs to time he repeated the statement to his closer friends YQsterday as a raving lunatic on the witness stand he still refused tc tell the ccret trouble that caused the loss of his mind avoiding a se Clot answer with great cunning CAUGHT IN CINCINNATI John Shrout Returned to Owingsville to Answer Charge of Bur glariiinu Store OWINGSVILLE Kyt March 2 John Shrout who it is alleged broke Into Hamilton Bros st fat Flat Cppek was can hired in Cincinnati He was wanted here on some other charee and goods it is said were discovered in his possession thai came from the Flfrt Creek store Deputy ShcriffA N Crooks went to Cin cinnati Ttud brought him to Owings ville and lodged him in jail Shrout was released from the penitentiary last Julv for a burglary committed few years ago COUNTRY HAUSI For sale fine country hams at 17 cents a pound S Renaker Sons 22731 JOINT SCHOOL MEETING The joint meeting of the city muiJ county Boardg of Education to discuss the question of a joint High School will be held Wednesday March 4ty v Execrations AHQlentist systies think Wonder what they think of lIe careless vac tiqnist whq s avy and leaves his camprfire burning in the dry woods Denver Republican Candor1 t1 Candor Is the seal ofa noble mind the ornament and pride of man tho sweetest charm of womtu the scorn of rascals and the rarest virtue ol so4ab1lityBentzelSternattArea tTbe eputyotLoll1 ncovers752V 4crftj ju London police area Is 4 3421 afcres i T rJ t tr 11 i r COURT DAY CROWn AT PARIS BEATS RECORD Business is Brisk in All Lines and Stock Buyers Are Kept 1OnMoverr PARIS Ky March 2tAmt nuns ually large crowd in 4iqtV the lar gejft within a year thin town yes terday Marchcounty couit day Business was brisk in all lines of re tajl trade merchants hiving all they could attend to Bankers report a large volume of business as a result o fthe days trad inituid the payment of land notes Discounting was also brisk all good 1J soughtion the market and high prices were asked Buyers were numerous but at the outset demanded concessions which were not granted with the re sult that but few sales were made previous to 3 p in after which trad ing at first prices became general and by 5 oclock the public square was cleaned up of all desirable stuff Never before in the history of the loqal market were so many plug horses offered for sale Teh supply 18ofa poor grade and sold from rlQ to lh65 pov head About 100 head of young cattle were 011 the market and sold at sat isfactorv prices Some of xthe Live Stock Sales The following sales of live stock were made Forrest Lctton sold to Gentry Thompson of Lexington one mule for 180 Caywood Thomason sold five pair of mules at from 330 to 410 Thomas McClintock sold three horses at from 100 to 155 and two pair of mules one at 300 mill one at 37o John Bucklpy sold five mules at 140 to 160 per head YoG McClinlock sold eight head of mules at 140 to 190 per head and bought five mules at from 137 to 380 Bush Bishop closed a deal Xvitli T P Jimnjomi of Fatfette county by which ho bqcpjnes fhowner of a line jjftckj costing ipGCQ and four yCitrdstallion bv Bburbon lung danf Btlu Jean the dam of Daisy Fi l GAyfYyatt bought a pair of thee Y mar niulcs for 300 tLba deal with S G ijirytpr the icnljl of 23 acres of i icorn for 11hllhLiytr Brothers S of Clinlonville have bpught pf Saundcrs and Mag srard f Poplar Plains a threeyear old jadk forj500and of Lexington parties time trotting stallion Warrin J by Jay Bird out ofa mare by Sundland Bourbon S W Youngisold to S R Johnson of Bollivar Mo a yearling jack fo 775 Young Brothers sold to a Missouri party a weanling colt by Bourbon King fur 225 MAYOR WOODS UNDER ARREST FOR CONTEMPT Richmond Executive Fails to Pay Alimony Case Passed Till Today LEXINGTON Ky March 2Timr contempt proceeding of time Fayetic Circuit Court against Mayor Clarenci E Woods of Richmond for failure to pay alimony to his wife Mattie C Woods pending a trial for divorce were passed until today by Judge Parker Mr Woods had fallen con siderably behind in payment of ali mony Tiles and several weeks ago the rule of the court was issued and made returnable last Monday It appears jflmt Mr Woods wdsout of the Stat at the time and process was not served upon him un tiIa few day ago Mr Woods was under arrest yes terday James RBiish his attorney appeared in court yesterday morning and made answer to the rule stating that his client had failed to pay time Ulimony because ofjhis failure to re cpive his salry for time months di January and February Attorney fI E Rose representing Mrs Woods stated to time court that a Mayor of RicJIiniQnd ought to be able to raise 100 at most any tinie Mr Ross stated that March 15 120 alimony will be due Mrs Woods was allowed alimbny in time sumof 40 per month payable every two week = pending the tiia pf the divorce casb I WILL LECTURE AT FRANKFORT President H K Taylor of Kentucky Wesleyan College will lecture at Frankfort on the night of Thurs day March 11th under the auspices of time Methodist church and the Y M C A His subject has not been announcedVr JVeJ1Ie IQJVJ1NC- fteo ttt S WiN I KEHIOCKY DAIRY CONYNTIONMARCU 12 Greatest Dairy Meeting South of the Ohio to Be Held in Lexington This Month Everything is Ioitndinir into shape for one of the greatest dairy meetings 6vcr held in south of the Ohio River It is probable that this yeart- hia Kentucky dairymen will holda dairy convention t1atwill rival those held ill the Northern States A splendid program has been arranged and is presented below but some minor changes maybe niade licreafter in it It will be noted that ProfA L Haceker Dean of the Division of Dairying University of Nebraska will be present to adflrosfe the dairymen noon the subject of Dairy Cattle Feeding and he will score the Jersey and Holstein cows Prof Hacckcr is President of the Nc braska Dairymens Association and is considered an authority in his line of work Washington Man to Speak Prof C B Lane Acting Chief of the Division of Diarying Washing ton D Cwill be present to address the dairymen on the scoring of dairies and he will be chairman of the Committee in Charge of the Butter and Milk contest This milk find but ler contest will undoubtedly create a great deal of interest Time first prize for Certified milk will be 4mul the second prize 211H1 like prizes will be offered for market milk which includes milk that is retailed or shippedamid prizes are offered for creamery butter and for farm limit ter While the prizes in themselves are of importance yet the fact that a dairyman secures a highs Ole in this contest on the milk that he sells or on the butter that he makes will in itself be worth many times a small monetary consideration Watchino the Contest Time people who buy time milk and butter are watching the results of milk and butter contest as they arc desirous of knowing how the product of their diar mrfn ranks with that oi other dairies Time milk will Jscocd for flavor for bacterial count for cleanliness and for richness These tests will be carried out by exports who know their business and the re suits of time test will be of grcat aluc to the people who buy the milk VAlid butter will be stored on flavor ttolor salt cleanliness and neatness of package and on texture or grain Entry blanks will be sent to arij dairyman who desires to enter either the milk or butler contest An entry of milk will consist of four quarts put up in bottles and an entry 6i uutter will consist of two one pound prints Result To Be Announced 7 Time results of the contest will be announced on Friday afternoon March 12 during the grout conven tion and the results will bo published in the press butcm1nnmsIbecommittee may have three days in which fo test the inijk and butter and as stated the report will be made djir ing tlc meeting on time next Friday mmftcumoonV t The PrOgramV Friday morning March 12th 11a inVAd lress of Welcome Prof C W Mat hews State University BlightEmincpcc Club Report of SecretaryTreasury J J Hooper State University Enrolling of new members New and unfinished business Adjournment for noon liottr Friday afternoon 2 p nh Address Dairy Cattle Feeding Prof A L Haecker University of Nebraska Lincoln Neb Milk and butter contest report of commlttceiii chargej Prof G B LniI Washington D C chairman and DINicholI8Baiiouet and toi4Sts i Dairy cattle at the State Fait lion L W Newman Soc etary State Fair Time dairy eof Dr UVD Roduian Shelbyvillo KyV Time tlairyiqau mind tile milk deiilr cij D lie Ewing Louusnllc Ky The Jersey IsJof AindrU cnG W Adamsj of Shelby county Kentucky S turIaymoruing 9 a m March IStii Scoring schooL tlic scoring of Jer soy cOY anil Jersey hulluul IiTol stcin CflWSVby Prof A L Haeckor Certified milk Dr B McClaskoy Wakofiold Ky The production of high grade milk and the relation o f the pure food law to time dairyman lofof A Scovell Lexiu gtomi VV Creameries F S PollitC Critten den Ky Adjournment PUBLIC SAIlH- Orses OF Cattle Sheep and Hogs Being overstocked and notable to obtain grass I will sel lat Public Auction on the premises known os the Os car Johnson farm on the Paris pike 5 miles from Winchester on Thursday March 4 my live stock consisting of 4 good Brood Mares in foal to jacks 20 twoyrold cattle wt5 about 850lbs each 50 heavy Yearlings about 750 lbs each 60 Yearlings ajjout 650 lbs each 12 650 Ib HcifV4 Dry Cows 4 Springers 1 and Calf 90 Ewes now lambing 75 good Cattle Shotes 1 Nannie Goat SALE AT 10 OCLOCK a m TERMS Six months ne gotiable note bearing 6 per cent interest Sale Held Regardless of Prices W E LITTLE JONAS FI BUSH Auctioneer The Order of Disgrace If a man lives in a way that dis graces his order the only people con cerned are the oth r members of his order They therefore are the peo pie who ought to boar the cost of sav ing their order from dlsgraeeLondon Truth SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS WANTED A tinner Willoay 25 per day Steady work to good man IJ BLAGKBU11N 407 E Main sL Lexington Ky 323t I FOR RENTRoomns Miss CAR RIB M WELLS No no N Maple 326t- WANTEDTcnant to prow 15 cm of tobacco must give references Address 93 time News office 22o3l rEagle Casting Co 1 INCORPORATED WINCHESTER RY I MANUFAqTURERS OF Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Alluminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds I Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FORIAHkinds of Structural Steel Shapes 1 F G CORNELL l Genl Manager J r c s r I 0 1 t CLASSIfl T COLUMN ClassifiedPer WordV Onehalf cent per word per insei t tiou 5 cents pet calender month Xothhjg counted less tlian 2Q words No item charged on j books for less than 25 ccntsV IJIierc continuous insertions of same item nt double the onetime rate For 2oO lines oFmot used witldomme year 4l cents a line FOR RENT i 7room dwelling First avclS 00 4rboni dwelling First avo JIP5room dwelling Haggard stv 1S QO 6room dwelling Lox ave 10O Grobm dwelling Lex aye 45 00 5room dwelling Winn ave 12 50 rI Eii f THE REAL ESTATE MANVV I FOR SALE OR RENT Two dpsb able dwellings one on Uaggjlrd fstreet the other corner of Burns and Beckner Tf P AZBIDL 2ff4mo LOST Black silk scarf found on Maplo street somo little time ago puyiqsforon Mr A II Sympson r 21tf WANTED To take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes SUSS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65- 4112imo FOR SALEClump1 graphophone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 10 if WANTED Sowing at home rjI families MRS HADDEN 21 Taylor avenue 215lmo j WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office V217tft FOR RENTA flat of foui robins with bath gas and watersDR GLENMORE COMBS 217tf WIRE FENCEIstill build all kinds ofwire fence L in the market for same write or telephone me for jmccs JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tfV FOUND In front of BrownProc toria a brown belt with gold buckle Can have same by calling at News office and paying for advertise mente316tfFOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 217rtf FOR SALEold papers for sale at this office 21Gtf- ANTEDDay boarders MRS B II BRAMBLETT 14 S Matilfr st- 222CL WANTED A partner to open a mer chant tailoring business in this city Address 1G4 Washington slnJot 2244t t FOR SALE Farin of 62 acrcs j stout of time southern limits of Win chester Ky Has upon it a Sev JnT room dwelling barn and outer out buildings plenty of fruit Or will sell in parcels to suit customer Nice location fr suburban homes Ap ply toJ NEWT RENAKER at Peoples State Bank 224Gt r FOR RENTFJat of 3 roomswithV water and gas corner of Mapl mal Fairfax streets Apply IQ F II JACKSON or TKRS Ei Gfc SYMPSON 3121 FORMLlIIiiiC ofJ rooms on Front street Poyntcrville Cash or easy payments Apply to WILL GOPHER Kefrs mill 3121- tFOR SALE 15Q feet of Yard Jcnccf WA WIHTCOMBM218 S Highland atf See deraonslralion Safety Belt Buckle at Currys 3rl3t FOR SALEA good work liorsetAp call65iHoLv FOR RENT Cottagej 4 bnji Ms Broadway Apply to JaiSS LAURA ECTON1 K 3V2ft r iI f 1 J t s1