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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1 J t Yf l Ji 1 last Edition f THE WINCHESTER f t VOL h NO 120 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II GENTS A WEEK IHUGHES WINS II RAGE FOR t MAYOR IN DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Woodson flcConf To Be Chief of Police and J A HcCoort City Collector Good Council Is Selected A DEMOCRATIC TICKET i MayorJ A Hughes City Collector J A McCourt Chief of PoliceWoodson McCord Councilmen First wardC G Bush George cHen Second wardJ W Wheeler J E BotkIn Third wardM S Browne Dock Pigg Fifth wardJ T Stokely J C Allan The Democratic city primary passed oaf quietly in Winchester Tuesday There wits little excitement around the polls and but little activity ex cept in the third and fifthwards The full Democratic vote was poll cd The registration last fall sho- werh877 voters registered as Democrats in the city In the mayors race 892 was the total vote Tuesday for City Collector 88G wore cast and forf Chief of Police 803 The largest vote was in the latter race Hughes For Mayor J A Hughes secures the nomina tion for Mayor by the comfortable plurality of lOo overT 0 iToskins his nearest competitor The vote stood Hughes 353 Hoskins 2481 Strother 220 MeCullum 71 In the race for City Collector J A McCourt wins over Harry V Series s 1 enerby 21 the vote standing McCourt 421 Scrivener 400 McKinncy 65 Woodsou McCord gets 29 majority over J W Rnpnrtl for Chic of Po JTheCity Council tt The City Council is composedof r Ith9 folloAjang unities In the first George lion and C G Bush will f f i over W P Hackctt and J 11 Men 0bpcomfortable majorities The Vole ca was lion 115 Bush 99 Hackctt 77 j Qden 01 In the second ward J W Wheeler and J E Botkin are the successful nl competitors The vote stood Botkin 116 Wheeler 114 Todd 73 Moore t 43 Martin 30 In the third ward Dr M S Browne leads the ticket with 128 with Dock Pigg second with 93 It 11 Scobee secured 77 In the fifth ward Jr Stokely and anddal17r1 Dinelli 120 Az bill 82 The News Extra The News extra edition issued justI as soon as the result was sold like hot cakes The counting wits skit und the last returns did not come in until about 8oclock Within n few minuses a score of hoys were selling The News on the streets While the press was running nearly two hundred of the citizens of Win f chester crowded the pressroom to sec the new machine at work Thanks His Friends Mr Hurry T Stroiher thanks his fripnds for their supoort in the fol Icnvjjig 71 wish to thank my fricuds for the loyal support they gave me in my race for Mayor of this city Having of Ruins SMYRNA Jerusalem VISITORS ARE TO BE While Workmen Painting and Interior of New Christian Church The woilanen now engaged in painting and varnishing interior of new church and while this on it has been found neeessar to exclude all Avho a spcjeiaJ pjermit C f g t 1 t j i J aI I i t I tI 1 t fcred my services it was declined T the best I could and list i have no grudge ror illfellingV against any one I congratulate Hughes as thc winner and wish him success and trust that during four years of his terns that Winchester will grow and prosper Summary of Result The summary of result is as follows Mayor Yards Strother First ward 88 40v Second ward S5 Third ward 55 42 Fourth ward 25 19 Fifth ward 100 85 Total v 353 220 Wards 1 Hoskins McGullum First ward 52 7 Second 62 19 Third ward 45 18 Fourth ward 18cJFifth ward 18 Total 48y tlFor City Collector v Wards McCourt Scrivener First ward 75 97 Second 89 r 85 Third war J 112 44 Fourth ward 48 ID Fifth ward 97 155 ITotal 421 400 made but little show- S j His vote was 05 distributedas follows Fir t ward 10 second 7 third 22j fourth 5 an lfifth1 For Chief of Police Wards McCord Fir trin11 lOT 79 Second ward lQl 9r Third ward GB 94 H Fourthward 30 3G Fifth ward 50 120 Total 461 432 Councilman First Ward W P Hackett 77 J II Oden 01 George lion 115 C G Bush 99 Second Ward v JT Wheeler 114 J E Botkin 116 T F Moore 43 A R Martin 30 T Lrthird Ward Dock Pigg 93- M S Browne 128 R M Scobee v 77J V Fifth Ward VP Azbiii 32 J T Stokley 173 J C Allan 174 Sil Dinelli 120 DR IMPROVED CARLISLE 3Retports from Ind as to condition of Dr R J R Tilton are very encouraging Dr Tiltpn was operated on at the Deac one slJospitalI r HOLY LAND IS VISITED BY AN EARTHQUAKE AND 1 5D PERISH VIllapQf Klasrao Near Jerusalem Totally Destroyed And Many Inhabitants Are Buried In The Special to Tilt News stroyed by an earthquake last night tI March 3The village and one hundred and fifty persons ofMasran near was do were buried in the ruins EXCLUDED TEMPORARILY Are VarnishinQ are the the Christian workvis vis ilc4cxeeP fcitlos6 receive did Mr the the For Hughes 34 71 21 Rupard T1 TILTON Indianapolis the recently BUYS PROMISING FILLY PARIS Ky March 3Sidney G Clay Chas sold to Olanien Bacon a promising twoyearold filly 1 Molco firstdara Diversion 21 by Jay Bird The filly worked a quarter Mist yfar as a yearling in 03814 and is en tered in all of tha big futurity events Pennsylvania patties purchased carloadof extra fine saddle and gaited horses Jierq for which they paid goodpuces j7 J is r t s y ff fr r r r r w TWO OF THE DEFENDANTS AND GOVEKggB WHO rS A WITNESS IN TEAL FOR BLIND OF EDBgHM WvCJHACK t tfit The trial of Colonel Duncan B Cooper Robin GJooper his seuand John D Sharp for the killing of former Sena tor Edward W Carmack called together the most lmPoshnbg n iT y pf legal talent assembled in a court of justice in Nashville in many a day The principal attorne3THElfor the def 3mflrc M Anderson W H Washington James K Bradford and M H Meek all prominent at the IRihnessee bar etfenil Jeff McGarn leads the prosecution and is assisted by Guston T Fitzhugh of lemphis ailifelong friend ofIr Carmack1 Governor Patterson was subpoenaed as a witness before the opening of the trial BOARD OF a EDU ATIONI Meet Wednesday Morning and Ad t journ to Afternoon to Consider High School J The joint meeting of the city and county Boards of Education that was to have been held Wednesday morning for the purpose or deciding qnfiu itdlyon the matter of the oity and county jointly building a High School was not held on account of Mr Stevenson and Mr Jeffries who WCltt to look into the legal points not being prepared to make their report and tlie joint meeting was postponed until the afternoon at 130 oclock This was also the regular monthly mo liugday for the county board buj there was very Htlc business trans acted by them At this meeting trio county board was to ask for their appropriation from the Fiscal Court for maintaining the county schools thertrustees had not made a canvass of the needs of their schools andwere not prepared to maker a Report and action on this matter was deferred until March 13 when another meet ing willbe held A bill of the Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing Go for 745 for material wsejl in repairing the Rijckerville school was presented and order paidrOne or two slight changes in the boundaries of some of the school dis tricts in the county wcrcmade which only affected one or two families The board adjourned at 1145 to meet with the city board iii theaf ternoori The Joint committee met iii County School Superinteftjlent Tanners pftlcc at130 on otion of Mr J N ftetdeferreduliiiA arCh 13 Jt i 0 v r J 1r sr i r rGO HUME PllflJ iD CULTIVAT- EI R CROPS THEN RETURN TO JAIL Judge Coc ran Allows Mountain Prisoners To Make Agreement To Come Back To Prison In The FalU JACKSON Ky March Tlit the jhilwns already crowded to the extent that a number of the m residenceTnstrletb BreatlilJlctlerday afternoon after a twodays Ci sixty violators of the p nal laws session provided over by Judge A M in prIS i J Cpcbran of Maysvillb Twenty A shortsdssion of the Circjut Court one persons were tried mud fined for was held yesterday ilfternoon by various offenses ngniiist the internal Judge William Holt of social Judge revenue laws and sentenced to serve in the case against Abner from thirty days to six mouths in charged withcomplicity in the mur the Breathilt comity jail del of the late Dr B D Cox The All having pail sentences wero per Commonwealth was not ready to try milled by Judge Cochran to give bond Abner and Judge Holt cancel a fipc that they would return next fall and cial term of court to be held begin 1srve in April mitted to go home and plant and culat which time he announced that this tivate their crops This action on the case must be disposed of The part of the court was a source of charge against Abner is the lastro great relief to jailer 1 Tmv Cox feud cases BLACK HANDS DESTROY TENEMENT- HOUSEIN PFNTFR OF NFW YORK t Ten Italians Perish In The Blaze And Five Were Injured letter From Society Sent To Occupant Was Ipored Specjai to The Ksws xNwYQBKi Moran Sr 7 an per f sons all Ttililnsf peiisbed ill1 fired intfejiemenfctQn Sejdnl1i 1henue e rtr rW i drIt IS bet led that the blitznywas d incend1a origin fjl1oWl alobe rontimBlackJlnJl which thef ob re ele lc cn ly 1 1 7 i 4 t J Y h41e q- lm ARE TO BE GUESTS 0F- ROOSE1ELTEDNESDAY NIGHT Family Of President Elect Plans To Hold Reunion In WasiigtOR Son After lllauguraiAli Are Present To Witness Ceremonies Thfirsday Special to TheNewsX By R R Perry WASHlirGTON Mar 3The Bradley Special reached here late this morning Thecff will bean open house at the Raleigh at two oclock today in honor of Senator Bradley The Kentucky Slbs keeping open house from 3 to Sp in Justice Harlan is giving a reception tonight to all Kentuckians from 8 to 10 p m Occupy White House Washington March 3 As the guests of President and Mrs Roosevelt Presidentelect and Mrs Taft will begin their occupancy of the White House tonight going there for dinner ana remaining After the inauguration there v ill be a reunion of the various members of the Taft family at the White House The details of the gathering and the time have not yet been arranged ale though the entire Taft family is in town today Charles P Taft of Cin cinnati his wife and two daughters one unmarried the other the wife of Albert Ingalls and her two children are quartered in a house token by Mr C P Taft for the occasion Dr William A Edwards and Mrs Ed wards who is the sister are here from presidentelectsI are at the New for the inauguration Henry W Taft brother of the prosidenteie his wife daughter Louise and sons Wal bridge and William H of New York are also at the New Willard Miss Helen Mr Robert and Master Charlie the three children of the presidentelect and Mrs Taft are with their parents at the Boardman residence as is also Miss Delia Tor rey of Mllbury Mass who is the only representative of the Taft family of the last generation Miss Torrey is in her eightysecond year She is a sister of Mr Tafts mother There is a peculiarly strong affection be tween the incoming president and his aunt Her life has been an inspira tion to him in a number of speeches he has delivered to young women students particularly in his adviceto them not to consider marriage the only object to be attained Horace D Taft the other brother of Mr Taft and his wife are here from Watertowu Conn andare guests of Secretary Garfield The Garfield boys are students of the school maintained by Horace D Taft as is also Charlie Taft the youngest son of the presidentelect INAUGURAL WEATHER Weather Bureau Recalls Conditions For Past 36 Years Washington March 3 Officials of the weather bureau recalled the me teorological conditions at Washington on inauguration days since 1873J when President Grant was inducted into office for the second time the day being clear but unusually cold March 4 1877 when President Hayes was inaugurated was moderately warm the having been part ly cloudy Snow and rain fell during the forenoon but the afternoon was clear though cold when President Garfield waS inaugurated in 1881 President Cleveland was inaugurated in 1885 on- t warm and pleasant day A very disagreeable day was inauguration day in 1889 when President Harrison took the oath of office The temperature was moderate but a drizzling rain prevailed all day Freezing weather confronted Mrl Cleveland on his second inauguration 1893f and pleasant weather greeted Mr McKinley on his first inaugura tion in 1807 but upon his second in auguration in 1901 the day was cloudy with some rain although a moderate temperature prevailed Generally bright and pleasant weather prevailed when President Roosevelt vas inaugurated on March 4 1905 Governors Harmon of Ohio Hadley- of lIissoi Fort of New Jersey Pen newell of Delaware and Carroll of Iowa and Willson of Kentucky have arrived N ON TO WASHINGTON New York Republicans En Route to Inauguration New York March 3On to Wash ington is the cry of the New York host of citizens and soldiers who this thefn uratbn of Piesdent elect Taft aienibers of he Eejwbllcan county r i ilrilr s tr Lt i i f t fl l t R r T1tIE W ATEA 6anerahIy Fair erIIII I committee SOO strpns hare planned a unique and interesting csmrt of honor to Presldfrn Floosavelt who following the Inaugural address of Mr Taft will leave the city immedi ately After the address of Mr raft the former president will take a car riage at the foot of the Capitol steps and be driven to the head of Dela ware avenue where the New York or ganization will be drawn up on both sides of the As soon as Mr Rooseveltstarriage reaches the head of the avenue the Ne x York men will form a hollow square around the oanipage and accompanied by a band of 50 pieces take up the march to the railroad station The escort of honor to the retiring president will be made up of many of New Yorks most prominent citizens and in the ranks will march Senator elect Root Senator Chauncey M De pew Timothy Woodruff and others widely known in political circles CAPITAL IS PACKED Inauguration Crowds Pour Into Wash- Ington Today Washington March 3 With inauguration day near at hand the population of this city is from 75000 to 100000 greater than usual and by tonight this surplus probably will have been doubled Of the 31000 members of civic and military organizations who will participate in the inaugural parade about onethird already have arrived within the shadow of the Capitol dome The West Point cadets will reach this city this afternoon anjl will be quartered on the special Pullmans in which they come whitt the Annapolis middies will arrive tomorrow morn ing as will also the boys from St Johns military academy at Annap olis While predicting fair weather and moderate temperature generally over tho east portion of the United States for tomorrow the weather bureau refused to make any special forecast for inauguration day in the District of Columbia There is every indica tion however that the weather will remain mild Investigate Toledo Bank Toledo 0 March 3 The Lucas county grand jury at its April term will start an investigation of the af fairs of the Dorr Street Savings bank This announcement was made by Prosecuting Attorney Webster Criminal mismanagement of the bank is alleged in suits filed against the of ficialsSCRAPPERS DISCHARGED Hot Springs Bout Described as More of Hugging Match Than Fight Hot Springs Ark March 3l Tom my Levin of Philadelphia Eddie Ken Vnejfcof Chicago and the clubs match maker J C Heininger charged with Unlawfully engaging in a prizefight were discharged by Justice Glason The cHief of police of Hot Springs tcstif1ea that the bout Thursday night was m rltjn the nature of a hugging match than a prizefight Women Vote at Primary Detroit Mich March 3 More women went to the polls and diet their ballots at the jwiiaary for tho nomination of scaeel esP ctor8 than ever before since woaafn were given the right to vote candidates for this office A sharp campaign against the group of InspectSfifwhich is said to have been in contrM of school at fairs here for some time iM respon sible for the heavy vote Sev ral elec tion clerks reported that tbS took care of babies while the mtSkera were exercising their suffrage fkithe boothsS rShips Collide In Fag New York March 3There vraut collision off quarantine during u thici fog in which the steamer Zulla from Venezuela and the schooner Hope Sherwood sustained considerable damage about the decks and to thelrigging No one aboard either ship was hurt Girls Crushed by Cars Chicago March 3Two young girls arm in arm were crossing Cot tage Grove avenue when they were caught between northbound and southbound cars and crushed so that ono died on the wayto the hospital and the other is dying rFARM SELLS WELL At the public sale of stock crop and land s4 George Treed deceased held Saturday ike farm o 91 acres was purckaseiLby Aijdrew Dykes for 731o pep acre ar0b65i for the WI10 Iy s VVfey r ff r iwrr J f J t i r r r l r hI r r t4 I Sj tI i 1 1 4ylLTui i rr 7 c 4 c 7 TH E w I litII EStEfL EW AQCHJSU WED TUV FRI SAT4 FfiW4 5 6 13L141516fI 2i222242 2 3 27J 2829 50 519 f1 DIRECTORY Kentucky Lccording to the last census Ken cky has a population of 2147174 TIc area is 40400 square miles 30 ofwhich is water The streams ithin the State as a rule head in the outheast and flow in a Northwesterly rection this fact retarded the con ruction of railroads and the devel mentofoUF resources for many pars The early railroads were built from e East and went over the more vel territories North of the Ohio 6ve and South of the Cumberland ountains In those days there was Iya limited demand for coal andSmber No wthat the demand has eased It would seem that kind providence has held in serve our almost inexhaustible util es until a time when they are most eded by the country Our supply timber is limited but there is ough to last for many years to me Ve nave a coal area of over fifteen DuSand square miles Other min ilg await development Natural gas and oil in paying antities are being developed in my localities There are no more bad people in ntucky than in other States in pro rtion to population Good people ardless vof politics or religion arc ays welcome Clark County and acres 158176 alue of real and personal prop y including franchises 12004 Caxrate for all 6ounty purposes cents on the hundred dollars LEis foothills of the mountains arci the Eastern border of the county Kentucky River on ms the county line for theauthI twentyfive miles Fo 3r South of Winchester has ex sive lumber mills hreo railroads go enqrelyacross- countyChcsapenk Ohio lisville Nashville and Lexington astern lue Grass isa natural product ultivated land will set itself in a grais Crops of timothy and eryeJML be raised with profit Corn at r53 And oats are the grain ps Tacco is raised in large 1 tities Ill1 fruits that are adapted to the KtttfrbB be raified with profit he census of 1900 gave the popu n at 16694 1 Circuit Court irst Monday in April second iday September first Monday in ember J M Benton Judge j Butcher Attorney County Court rth Monday in each month Quarterly Court ira Tuesday in each month County Officers L Evans Judge A Jeffries Attorney ward Hampton Sheriff fvjo Evans Deputy Cf hn Bedford Deplttyr r- fi Boone County Clerk i Powell Deputy Clerk 1 Pox Circuit Clerk jger Quisenberry Assessor A Tanner School Superintend TSafr Tt ft if r I h mGeorgeJustices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli DooloyaFourth district J Fifth district Robert TrueaSixth district F F Goodpaster Seventh district Boa E Wills WmiiesterI County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5904 The city has overlaped the corporate limits an aaow has a population of near ten thousand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Licking Rivers has water works electric street cars and lights Unlimited tural gas Splendid Graded chools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at Winchester The fire department is one of the best in the State jertyThe tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty cents for city and fifty cents for schools The C 0 L Nand L E railroads center at Winchester the s1Jippingfacilities cation for factories New concerns are given five years exemption from axation The Commercial Club will take pleasure ia giving information C3yA Hughes Mayor- S B Tracy Clerk AttorneyP1 t Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor f ient p 1 Brinegar Coroner N H tyitherspoon Treasurer Police ChiefMal Tarpy DeputiesCarral Azbill Albert Tanner John Ballard Board of Council First wardShirley Hadden W P Hackett r Second wardA R Martin T L Todd Third ward Doc Pigs J Q Boone FourthwardJ Do Jones Fifth ward GKD McGullum Sil Iiuelli Board of Education GW Strother PresidentlC H Rees H W Scrivener Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cornett W A Adams JK Allan James Hisle Zena Bruce N K Foster Fire Department A R Baldwin Chief Jiio W Harding Secretary I uBe a Good Man My Dear 1ra1terographer were Be a good man my dear and with the last flicker ol breath on his dying lips he sighed a farewell to his family and passed away blessing them Witliara Make peace ThackerayI Are AH But Mea s to an coriceptlaccount if they do not cone forward to strengthen him forth better dls 9uponUfeInry W Uiec1l I iy21 1 t THEYOUNG REPORTERHe VeryIndustrious Hendricks certainly industrious said Mr Pickle night city editor of the Daily Whiff Hes always writing Sunda stutLu Cant burn the candle at both ends observed Tom Click who was on the cable desk Hell blow up like they all do Hes young and eager of itllbehis They gazed at Hendrick who was tYPJwrlterClickI remember the biggest weeks bill I ever made as a reporter said he re flectively Time of the St Louis cy clone I wroteu Here Mr Pickles phone rang he answered it with glad haste billtcause hed heard about that record Click having little to do at the moment strolled about the city room He greetedtheEvenin Joe said he What you making PbrieflygClickdrick work thuponono coldlyRomance he wondered why Hendrick flushed at the word Why dont you shoot out some yandem How you feeling HcndrickHeI tell you better noi try to do too uch Click warned I was just as oungfellowwere deadmPmallAs youll find out ended Click nd scuttled to his desk Obviously relieved Hendrick re turned to his work Sheet after sheet joined the neat pile beside the type whichhon oouncedquired by the city desk Man killed two took gas himself nd made a bloomer of it now at the hospital wire caught him with afflni ty on the street Heres the names We c n mightMr Pickle Smith can take it on thSphone if it looks like a job Gin me what you can for the first It was 1 a m j hen Hendrick finished his nights assignment Click goIng home with all the morning pa pars under his arm was shocked to see Hendrick take out an envelope rapidly scan the typewritten pages it ad held and then begin upon the Sunday stuff The toiler looked up and met Clicks gaze You better go home said the cable editor sternly Gwan get out o here pWantold agedsmiled coldly Every member of the staff commented on Hendricks love of work Be tween news stories he turned out mat merable columns I believe hes doing a book said harlie Cubb the juvenile Individual did such chores for the Whiff as the older men declined n dightMr McLemon who covered Tenderloin l police Aint a bit like himself They speculated but after one orI two attempts the Whiffs staff ceased to ask questions because Hendrick displayed a too savage temper when inquiries were made Click publicly mourned over himcHendrick must have six full pages in the magazine he said to Snipper the Sunday editor on a Saturay afternoon You shouldnt let him work as he does Bad f Why I cant get him to write even a little human interest storyand I offered to run his name over it said tho Sunday editor Theyre all lazy And hes the laziest Hendrick hasnt anything in ta morrowNary a line said Snipper Mighty queer ruminated Click Is he trying to bust the magazines fritingNow what you doing asked Click Sunday story- Hcndrick nodded sadly Wont the end come out righthNothings right said dolefully Its all wrong f IcCliekgown That waS an infrequent sound In the cityroom He looked A pretty girl in an olive green gown and a droopy sort of hat with a plume of pugnoseddesk She carried a sheath of big envelope with the New York Whiff prInt- ed J in one corner Oh Joey she cried rushing past the boy we moved two weeks ago and I just happened to go into the old place and there Itfound allthe letters together What must you have thought IsIs it all right Hendrick scorned to wait for Click to absent himself Is it Of course you silly said the pret ty girl Sue blushed redly r just couldnt wait aid sQ walked tIt t r == == == 7UU THe Door is Unbolted 11Mid the Bustle oi Buildiit M 1 1 1 1 J S of Orient Ohio p resident of the Ohio State League has and isI the with regard to the postal service and how- e people may help address is plainly written Most letters lost are ou had better use a pen and ink When you address a letter see that yon spell the name of the town car rectly Many have similar n ames Dont wri evCin for Cincin nati or Col for Columbus When you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and post ark in the upper right hand often blur your address Do not put writing in jr j if you do the jnatler be comes mail and you must pay hitter Cents aii ounce or you are lialilfc to a fine of 10 lo the same rate of postage as when ccjits an ounqc tPost cards Jn ciiVp lopes will go TjLilie rate of one CQi1- unsealed there is ore thin inline uc1lrcsn of tIne nu it and autr the name ofMrJb 1311lC Stamp must be o Post csyds writim and inclosed in trauX tnt whether scaled Jfiv mmnled ninsjl bear a Iwoctftit tine s5nmr must be pladcd M the iii stead 6f the cardvi Send money by p tom moiiey order for if it is sent mthis manner if lost in the mails the Post De4 artmcnt will issue you another order Send valuable papers or merchan isc by mail for the Post Office will make good any loss in the mail not 25 Patrons of can get better service by renting a box If you have a box the work is lightened and your mail is not looked over like it is in the general eliver The Post Office Depart makes great for hliso do not hesitate to help in rc tiifn t When you mail a letter or times a poor of a and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and on the mal if not age unless it is first Iass When you move to another post office notify the pos ililster from your former to your mail and notify the e Letters from the pcnsibn agency can be delivered only to the person to whom or to some mem her of his or her family to receive the mail If you have friends visiting you ave their mail sent in your care Use an size and have on it your return card if it is not delivered it will be returned to you and not go to the Dead Lettei Office as of letters do If you receive a letter bv mistake and it is not yours dont open it but return it and if you do open write on opened by mistake and sign your name i t Poultry In India Poultry is of very poor quality In India One American egg is consld ered equal to three of those laid by the hens in and chickens only a few weeks old are generally almost too tough to he eaten A few turkeys are raised hy in the foothills of the At Christmas time they sell In Calcutta for from Jp to 10 apiece TRY WANT q You are always welcome to ccme here and examine our line of doors sashes and other high grade mill won It is work qf which we are proud Every detaiJ is construe ed by mill experts the sawing finish and general cabinet work is 0ur price are pretty VeXask your WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO U LzINCORPORATED n = =VALUABLE POSTAL INFORMATION McKinley of- ostmasters following information 01Icardsimproperly addrjc5cd postoffiees qoimar- ostmnarks newspapers packages firstclass jOStageto lhccilSouledtwo transparent protnlcd JNJtliiug11 lISC9IOn iclosedeonlajimu cnsjvclolic sianh4juul envelope Office firstclass registered Department exceeding postoflice postmasters handledor conveniences package upThedestroys envelope or- overing package posloffice package youbut postofllcc fonvaixl publisheni elatingd addressed especially authorized jrdinary envelope thousands promptly envelope pcHindustan Europeans Himalayas Aws fI QVIRTiSr extensive wainscoting carefully planing unsurpassed inspection Id You CaoootAnswer These Qiiestioos IWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows ono a time when you can sketch out in a full hath tern pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry water for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can liave it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River eng leave could given hope along many many Hqrr Daily make adopt other dry when have filled with green grass arid timo other when your house that lack money ofeconomy most life7 Ca IFg ATTERSALL Superintend- entWmcbester Water Works Co INCORPORATED Maple Lexington Evenue will u about how inexpensive these ir Electric Current We Furnish Electric Current Dayand NigHt for all Domestic Purposes- Wer Furnish Current Motors our asbing Your Sewing Curling To Curl Your Hair IroningRunI We Furnish Current AH Purposes IWe Sell All Tungsten Lamps for tress Money Anyother in lientuckv Winchester Light 1LIINCORPORATED Ll the tvjrricnne Rctjte Hes wanted to the ccuq says a 13llville exchange bi t over afford the railroad fare lit just ash had up hurricane came and gave him nd his house freS transportation It ItS providential and j pulled hrough at lastVAlIanta GonEtltu ion 1 Socialise Swqdehi Socialism has IflujM new ad icrents and Is mcfifj ianid growth in 1enIn as to dis ontent to who had previously apparently salisfiofV An Emergency Exit Miss Crichton plyoliily extIngaihed tho blazewhile Eckhold pulled the orchestra through a difilcnlt pas sage London Express Getting Her to Agree You can generally a woman your opinion if yoUarsue on the side v Vanity The more one speaks hImself the fess likes to hear another talked ofc v teIS F jJL 7iir J 7 j l 4Wiiy have a dismal looking yard you eau it blooming fldwcrs and can the same got rid of the dustin the street 5 suffer inc n veilicuce you can Ifaye everything for the comfort and health of family right in the 7 Is it not true the an swer is not of but ln and enterprise and indifference to getting the out of At cor Street and tell all it fr Youll be surmised at privileges are I for to Do Y W j Run Machine Run Iron for Than Plant Ice Co uy y he all ha In cen or he at liaised on It Cattle raised on our feed are seldom sick They thrive and grow fat We handle 110 inferior stuff Our stock in cludes best varieties of grain and feed and wo can supply all your wants in that liuent the very lowest prices We enjoy reputatioii for reliability and endeavor to live up to it- IMPLEMENTS ofall Kinds JR Martin Coal and Supply CoI Of Art Artists may produce excellent deIsigns but they will avail little uiless the taste of tHe public is sufficiently cultivated to appreciate them George CJ Mason Golden SlIence I thiiik the first virtue is to restrain tha tongue he approaches nearest the podswhb knows how to be silent eycn vken JiQ is in the rightCato s j Where Did Hubby Get It afromphensho iw ocly workicg a bad cs ample BKchanse fastidious Nora MIttfessNara why didnt you fli ish Citand iyi be Javlnye3 termorrer mum and Id not be af thcr doin anriyot the new gyruls worrk ariesIYore 43 villages of Between 3000 and20 Innabitant which have lies Iibra7ic Even After an Election Tie average man thinks his brand of pollthsis the only realvtblag Chic io News 7 t + r t r i 1 take time to think of your lumber supply for yptiruext contract and J when you do tliinkbfUis If yon dont know usget acquainted at once for we are folks1you ought to knoy and you otiglit tp4cnow our lumber too Vwi1lbe happy to upply you witliianygiiadS5at the jfairestnJ CALL ON J NELSON The TrDsferMan by day or night if you wanti your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Coflktf IBM Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO19 North Main strcC Both Pkonis v WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY M SC H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND- DYEING A SPECIALTY M W Cor Main arid Fjiirfnx H HA 3AilAS ANDeUASOLINE oqlnes SIMPLE RELIABLE I ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES I- HAGAN GAS ENGINE S MFG CO INCOKIOJfA TED WINCHESTER KY PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STiflZSON Attorney At LavJ EO S H ain WsnchestcrKy EHDLETO1 r i8i B st Attorneys At izw Ii S Main St WiflCfleSft lf E j GILBERT FOR BOTTO Fresh 6 Cured Meats fFish Vegetables Country Produce PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK I GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have n uptodate Garage witha nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Oagan Winchester EKy or Broadway and Highland Limit of Time Without Food an1iaIncludingsubstance the inevitable result lh death Force of Example l iorstronfInitsbe Mered1tk purer and strcager erebyOreia 1i i j t i 7iI v I V lii i Twi f I THE WINCHESTER NEWS I TIuoa enM Inaugurations fbm Washington to tteoto j oi t 1 11 the Way From Jeffersonian Simplicity x t to the Pomp and State of Modern Times 4 early years of the DUIUNGtc before the capital to Washington the n ota president al though a ceremony of great dignity and solemnity was a very small and selectaffair In New Yorkiior neal p a fortnight preceding the great day of April 30 1789 every tavern and boarding house hud been thronged with visitors and von the day before the inauguration every private house was with guests from all parts of the Union In the center tit the procession pre ceded by the senate and followed by representatives walked George Washington On reaching Federal hall the troops formed a line on each side of the way through which the president with his attendants was conducted to t CROWD IN PEOUT CAPITOL the chamber ptv the senate where tls and assembled a few rcIrcSentathJs surd at the door tine received him and at tended him to the chair v The vice president then said Sir the senate and thq house of represent attves are ready to attend to take tlie oath required by tim constitution which will be administered by the state of New York The president t answered I am ready to proceed The vice president and the senators led the way and followed by the representatives Washington walked to the outside gallery overlooking both Wall Broad streets which filled with a sea of upturned faces Washingtons first official act was to attend service in old St Pauls The second inauguration of President Washington took place in Indo pendence hull at Philadelphia on March 4 1702 On March 4 1797 John Adams was inaugurated presltent of the United States in the old statehouse at Phila- delphIa Although the day was favor able there was no parade pi gathering of a large assemblage Although the generally accepted ac counts of Jeffersons inauguration make it app ar that he rode to the cap itol on horseback without attendance and that the ceremony was of the simplest kind a newspaper of the day states that on this day President Elect Jefferson was escorted from his lodgings to the capitol by a body otI militia and a procession of citizens Jeffersons second inauguration on 4 March 5 ISCvwas simpler if possible than his first A Ceremonious OccasionIThe inauguration was the first ceremony which was made a great occasion The day was usherpd in by a federal salute and at an early hour the volunteer corps otI militia begun to assemble So great representatives now statuary at the capitol For the first time in the history of inaugurations the various branches of the government were ushered into the with ceremonious pomp parade a military escort and the ceremonies in the house of representatives were similar to those of his first inaugura tlonI In the evening there was an in nuguratlon bat at Davis hotel which is now the Metropolitan The 4th of Mares 1817 was a beau 0tifnlday and there was a large crowd to witness the inaugurations ceremo flies The president elect and vice president elect left the private resl denceof President Monroe by a large cavalcade of attendedII rs They trare tact at the cal lit iJ i r f f t b 1 5 aY 11tookwhlchisuow the supreme fourt ropm JnuugtlrnIIday Monday March John Quincy Adams wits inriuguratGB on March 4 1825 and the day was one of great demonstratl6ii and display President Monroe called at the rcsl thence the president elect who then- resided on F street opposite the Eb bItt House and here they wore jaincd by the military escort and the proces sion headed by the cavalry moved at ouch to the capitol The inauguration of Old Hickory took place on March 4 1S29 was OfrjPresident hINdIICUP9TIO1Q OF you and were 11ashall hall and thef and rJ injtaformed military co mpnyIn the DIsr jtriet of Columbia declined to offer Its escort tQ the president elect A cdniIpany of Revolutionary officers diets however organized and ten dercd their services to General Jackson he an escort and he rode to the capitol in an open carriage The second inauguration of Andrew Jackson was very simple There was no military escort no outward display and lio procession The 4th of March 1S38 was a beautiful day and the Inauguration core monies of Martin Van Buren were elaborate and the crowds in Washington j severely taxed the capacity of the city Van Buren was the first nnII tiv American citizen Inaugurated beenbornA Notable Celebration Tie inauguration of Old Tippeca noe wftSv oudof the greatest events aplwitness theinauguration Exactly one month after this PresI deqt liarrison died and on April 6 beiforethe cireuitcourt of the District of Co lumblaV It arata cold rainy day when Prcsi- ident Iplli Tvas inaugurated gift Here was n Ifing procession of the military as weir as civic organizations ary Taylor lied fine weather unlimited noise and great ceremonies attending his inauguration As the 4th fell on Sunday he was inaugurated On Monday As President Taylor died on July 9 one year alter his inauguration Vice President Millard Fillmore took the oath of office on July 10 In the house representativesThe of Franklin Pierce was unique in the fact that the vice president elect William R King was not In Washington to be sworn into Office but was on a mission to Cuba and took planthetation on tIle samp time President Elect Pierce wn leiiig sworn in la Washington Thre was no inaugural ball The 4th of March US57 was n splendid day and James Buchanan was in nugurt with much and cere mony After reaching the White House President Buchanan held a public reception and at night atteuiled helllIInIld for that purpose The Lincoln Festivities Abraham Lincoln had a bright clear day for his first inauguration but it raineil and the streets were wet and muddy when he took his second oath of office The martyr president went 1to the capital from Springfield by way of Indianapolis Coluinbus Cleveland Pittsburg and Philadelphia and although he WitS given receptions all along the way when he reached Harrisburg on account of threatened vlo nee it was thought best to change the plans and he proceeded to Phila delphia fn one of the public cars and enteredthethrough Baltimore undisturbed and arrived in Washington at G30 on the morning of Feb 23 He remained at Willards hotel until the inauguration calledr01- l dor to avoid threatened violence the pcesiaonfc and president elect in their companylot lOCeSIconstitution and the Union each state being represented by a little girl dressed in white A gunrdedthemony of swearing in the vice president in the senate completed the entire party marched to file east portico of ofIplace The civil war was In progress when Mr Lincoln was Inaugurated for the seventh time There were evidences of the war everywhere and groom and sadness covered tile whole laud The president went to the capitol ear ly tp sign bills anti therefore the pn rade niarfihcd down without him Thc processIon however was 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Pertinent Question More than one half of the diseases humanity suffers from are duo to sheer carelessness And yet wo teach hygiene In our schools What would It bo ifwe did hot =Gazeta Medica Barcelona Cljiinse Youth Denied Tobacco Tho board of educatioujijftBordered the prohibition of smoke noun g persons under 17 years age Shanghai Mefcnr 1 Grand Success But Elevator girls may be a grand sup CQSS but coujd one of them smooth her pompadour without taking her hand off the controller and why would swear at the automatic doorSlLouis Repnbllc pa 1v t Origin of Muslin This favorite material of the sum nor girl derives its name from being first made at Mosul or Moussul a town in Turkish Asia t FrOm there it was introduced into India and first brought to England In 1670 A few manufacturedin EngUshmade madeinBrazils Cotton Industry Substantially onethird of the vcn tire industrial capital of Brazil Is in vestedin cotton ring T J 42 tii Y rP d Z r v Vi oc pP r J A NEW FEATURE AT BARRETTS PHOTO GRLLERY Owing to the increasing calls upon lie to make House Views and Photographs in the homes Post Cards etc I have arranged with an Expert View Photographer having a fine instrument to do the outside Canjera work and finish up the work inthe gallery I will make galleryFINEST POST CARDS made in this city All work will be under my personal supervision and MADE JUST RIGHT and as fully guaranteed as though made wholly by myself B S BARRETT 22 North Main St With Humorous Intent Tho sense of the comic is much blunted by habits of punning and of using humoristic phraSo the trick of employing Johnsonian polysyllables to treat of the infinitely little And it 1indIMereldithIn lieep Susy emptYhMrlsIand busier bodies Both the body and tho mind are restless when they have nothing to do keep busy exer vise stir around Activity is true law of the universe Even the world has to take Its dally exercise and turn Uself about I tRY A NEWS tetftj r 1 5ADV RTISEMEMT D t 5 i j i r i r ttGa 1 r Jf tiJr 1rL r carriage growing e r Citizens National Bank Paid up 100000 142000 WE 6OIyICITYpUR BUSINESSil J treatment and carefully business entrusted J Simpson Cashier Phillips Pres J W Poynter Ass Cashier Uncle Ebehs Wisdom Bars lots o ways o benefitin so liSomctimcsrouworkin ten minutes wit a snow shovel dan by lecturin two hours an it half If One Is Cautious Home is a restful sort q place where may ally Just yhat wv please if are discreet about it= Galveston News Trashy Glvln some people education said Uncle Eben is purty much like put tin music In one o talkin machines Its right when it goes In It sure like tras- hwhcomes ouf hlEctonStar THg yaaiyr I 1i l V rll iici a r tf t1 r it u Well Mend the Wheel so that it will be as good as new if you send your here No maybeOur repairing is more pop everydaythe case unless our work was more than unusually good T STROTHER SCOTT Capital Surplus eTcourteous attend promptly and to all to us D Pres A Hv Hampton T F V tt pf we ve deahefo all do sour Wj itJ r 5 SHOE ECONOMY We are for shoe economy newlb vand old Let us fit the old ones now and have your measure talc fen for the future also SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main 3t jSubscrifte Fnr1c Xcws Practical LaborrGeorge spoke his better hatfp you are interested in the temperanc movements are you not Why cer tainly I am lie answered Well sup pose you go out and make a few of them with the pump handle I amIm need of a pail of Water right wayr Bohemian l f s TRY A HEWS WANT r d ADVERTISE MENT t IjUVVif hiof1 iI 41 II t t tf1 J1di t1 t Tuw i t I e I f- J Fagfefiur 1T T fHE WfWCHESTER ffeWS A J IlIE WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper eq Published by fhi Winchester News Ce Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Sine ay t Entered as secondclass matter November 28 19080at the post office U Winchester Kentucky under the l tof March 3j 1879 J SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery suly one year vf520 tae week K v ilO PayaBle at office or to collector very week Mail Delivery I a year 300 u months v 1 50 lite month 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES DlplaYPef Inch One time any edition 25 fkree titles within one week 50 One Week continuously 100 One calendar month 300 Four weqks four times a week 240 Jour weeks three times aOweek 380 lour weeks two times a week 120 roar weeks one time a week 75 Tine discountsS months 10 per tent 6 months 25 per cent one IlIar33 13 per cent Reading Notices Per Line ttusines notices bod type 714c nre reading news Readings lot New Phone No 91 WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1909 TH RESULT The News congratulates the Dem ocratic piL1lyton the result of the city prhnaifTuesdity Taken as a whole I a gootickptha been nominated TVe personally should have i liked to have seen one or two cliangeS in the win ners but you ni1ot always get every tiling you want MrTHughes lias made tl goocT jIay or during bis term He has taken r care Jf the streets has been watch rtii L 4F interests is a wide awake iiptc tO young business man and witI Ie liigh class councii that has bef ed c llcdict Lor- 1iha a d sivc admin istratjon 1i1i3asuedo1an honest and irlelligent board coun cil compose of men of business and push i J v In Woodson McCord for Chiefof Police Winchester will have an ideal official His fearless performance of duty while Sheriff of Clark county gave him a Statewide reputation The nomination of J A McCourt for City OoJIe torjspn assurance of a continued honest Than handling of the citys affairs And wlile we areit it The News wants to congratulate itself a little on the result ftf lfas stoodfor bet ter management of4hecitysbnpRs By its course and eucourageinenD we Ibelievevthat this paper ailed its mite in Bringing good men ito the various races and assisted in obtaining the 1consent toal low thehs n pesto Hae iisedasvcau didates for council They have over come their disinclination to mix in our politics and have felt it their duty to serve the coinmunity GOOD MORNING HAVE USEDtYou would probably have to hunt a long Vhi13 beforeyott found an EhgI lishsppakirig man woman or child who coi4aiiot complete that question possibly they have its equivalent in French German and Italian maybe in Chinese and Choc taw Most of us havQ used it tarffiy a time as a woii d rfully clever and entirely original joke and have broken the ice finely with it among strangers at breakfast It is probably the greatest catch phrasBijJevver invented by an adqiUr and on it depends thefame of Andrew Pearls who died the oilier day in London The Pears family were among the first great plungers in ad I vertising Twenty years before Lin cola was born Anjrews grandfatlier another Indre PearS and a Cornish mall began making soap 4ii London ind advertisia i iiiWY fiat made every oap nUlk rjnEllgh tidollhi eyes Irfinauy olher Eiaropeau coiin sr J + Ii r f J f J ti4slie attracted little attention for tile soap dealers there had found they cpuld not give their goods away and had grown discouraged Among the Russian Jews his adV were not read but they were in England For a while Andrew wrote his name in full on the wrapper of everycake JmJ thc newspapers soon madetins an impossible stask and i d4ilaYc the printer stamp his name for liitp Accdrdingly he became one of the first to help make famous two oilier phrases IIQIIP genuine without my signature and itJ pays top advertise Andrew grandpere started the rest of the Pears in the right direction They made good soap but better than that for selling purposes they knew that they coul not get rid loreIthan they could catch birds without putting salt oil their tails They kept on making good loilp ami they kept on advertising Once they saw a picture Sir John Millais had painted of his nephew blowing sonp bubbles They never stopped to inquire whether he had used ctUiSO JlS 41Jsee that he would catch the public eye with his fair bar and green velvet suit and they laid dowii eleven one hundred dollar bills ftjiftv henceforth the little nephew of tJw knight and artist was one of their most success ful salesmen Better known how eveiy was another little boy of theirs iithiliis fdir hair fri green velyelf suit or anytTriifg else but a batli tub He was reaching for a bar of soap plainly mavkcd Peihflfld under neath him was the title He Wont be Happy till He Gets It The phrase became almost as famous as Goodjtorning not quite but the naked little rascal was for years the most popular boy in the world All the while the Pears people were selling soap and thcyare doing so today although old Andrew and young Andrew have both been gati ered to their fathers Among them all they have spent something like 15000000 in advertising but they have had more than their moneys worth Incidentally thor received a gpod dealthat theydidnot pay for for Harry Furniss caricatured the Arms testimonial iii Punqh and Gladstone once said in a speedy They are as numerous as the ad vertisement of Pears soap or as the autumn leaves in Vallombrosa This shows that the world itself will pitch in to help along the man Avhoi nQt afraid to blow his own horn and helps to prove what the Pears family have demonstrated that it pays to advertise That is of course if you have the light brand of goods but good or bad you cannot sell it if you do not letTolks know where it is on sale THE OREGON PLAN The Oregon plan of selecting Unit ed States Senators by direct vote of dll the voters in the State luis been adoptedby Nebraska It makes the action of the Stat tegtijlature sim ply one of ratification j enforced rati fication for a leg slatgtt whatever his individual opinioir Wight lie of the person selected would have hut the one candidate tb ytfevfor III the last 9roic Election c ic- liIegis1ae1de pledged rhimself to vote for the Senatorial candidate nained at the jprimary Tile Republi cans carried the legislative body by a big mnjolifyl but thij people indi cated Governor Chamberlain a Dein crat as their choiqefoi Senator and lie was subsequently elect d by the legislature 0 The revolt against the control of so largeTa propoHion l of the Unit d States Senate by herailibads arid the allied interestscaiised a wide spread agitation in favor of the elec tion of Senators by popular vote The Democratic platform haTs declared in Lfa1ormend i V to this eirect in ats lasKtvco nationali platforms and a majority of the State legislatures have favored the change But the inelasticity of the Federal constitution is such that it seems al most impossible to amend it except in somegreatx crisis of the nations affairs The result has been that thcI ingenuity of the American politicians has been t xcre SeU to discover arAvay toV attain the same result without c i rr Lti4 amending thd inStriiment itself Tho Oregon plau s ems to fill the iIJl We tire satisfied that within a few years mauyof tHe States will have followed the example of Oregon and Nebras ka SENATOR TELLER OUT OF It NiSrenator Teller who voluntarilyre- tires March 4 took his seat in the Senate oh fhd admission of Colorado http lheuiuon in 1870 since which time he has bean continuously and prominently iii the public eye He resigned tom the Senate in 1882 td enter the Cabinet of President Ar thur as Secretary of the Interior re iit 1ingthc Senate March 4 1885 A Republican in politics he withdrew from the Republican National Con vention at St Louis in June 1896 because of the financial plank adopt cd by the partly which he has never since approved He was reelected to the Senate as nit independent silver Republican and in 1003 was reelect ed as a Democrat with which party he has been affiliated since he with drew from the Republican convention lIis corispicYious abilit itsa lawyer and his familiarity with legislation covering a long series of years have givcn him jm qjnincnt place in the Senate i a ELKIN 3i Earnest Lislo of CoVin lon lyvas tlii gue t piMrig paicnlsPrilfty iihitIRuth i l and Annie Lee and Eliza Mae Lisle were the guests of Pay and Aimid Epperson Saturday and Sunday Misses Emma and Mubel Harm were the guests of Mr J R Lisles daughter Friday night Mr and Mrs Summie Lisle have been the guests of the formers broth er Mr Connie Lisle Mr John TV Murphy was the guest of Mr J R Lisle and family jkom Saturday until Monday v Mr John Daniel and family arc moving this week to the farm whibli he recently purchased from Mr Wallace Hukle hear Winchester Mr and Mrs J W Moore have rc turned home Mrs IT D Stevens and little daughter of Winchester wore the guests of MrsC H Hodgkin Saturday and Sundayi MivryBubnnk was the guest of Ethel Merrilt Sunday and Monday lLA HINT IN MRS TAFTS GOWN Will Support the Golden Rod Asthp National Flower WASHINGTON March SMrs William Howard Taft last night auc thorixcd the publication of the description of her inaugural gown Tin gojvn will be of white chiffon em broidered in silver the design outlined being that of the golden rod which Mrs Taft chose because it ha now come to be regarded as the na tional flower The body of the gowr will be heavy white satin and tIme distinguishing feature will be ilon cturt train heavily cmbroideredj0 The neck and sleeves will hc executed iu pout lace Mrs Taf ts onuunQntsjwill be a pearl dog collar with a spray of diamonds in her hair 0i Miss lichen Taft will wear W girl ish frock of white moussclinO nd sdlc with light blue ribbons Everybody has been predicting that MissjHelen would surely wear pink at herliathers inaugural ball as this is her favorite color but she has reverted to the more girlish combination of ulue and white and her frock wilbe exceed ingly simple in design Sec dcmonstratibn of Svafcty Belt Buckle at Gurrys by Mrs Kate Moore Exuiu 334t HERES A CHANCE The Mansfield Flour Mills have do nated a barrel of their best flour to the Broadway Baptist church colored The flour is for time benefit of the church The name of the person whd secures the barrel will be an noYmced by Mr Mansfield through the columns Of The News WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS t The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home llourthe- best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal BRINGS HIGH PRICE PARIS Ky March 3James C TilJar ThC lcster has purchas ed of dIfPatterson his fine farm near on the Cynthianar pike for 150 per acre Mr Patter son willnioye toMillersburg and Mi Willardjwifl erect a modern home on the sCTif iqfle present farmhouse Z l 31 i ii f PREACHER KILLS DRUNKEN VALET Servant of Retired Army Of 1 ficer Runs Amuck ir hOOTS IT VILLAGERS Dfjlves Employer and Servant From Country Home at Point of Gun and Takes Possession of Premises Posse Arrives and Attempts to Dis Jodge Him From StrongholdFinal ly Flees by Back Door and Is Shot Down by Congregational Minister Temple N H March 3While crazed with drink Gorge Marcotte a valet in the employ of Brigadier General James Miller TJ S A retired ran amuck and after shooting at several villagers was shot and kill ed by ReV Harvey Eastman pastor of the local Congregational church The tragedy occurred at General Millers residence one and a half miles from Temple Marcotte who bad been drinking freely for some time seized one of General Millers pistols discharged it at random and drove the general and his housekeep er from the house General Miller tel ephoned to Temple for assistance and in response eight armed men hasten ed to Millers home They surrounded the house hoping to induce Mar cqtte to surrender but the valet re fused to do so and maintained his threatening attitude Finally Marcptte left the house by the back door Rev Mr Eastman and Davidson were nearer to Mar cotte than the others and endeavored to persuade the insane man to lay down his pistol A shot was the In variable reply Finally Rev Mr Eastman pointed a shotgun at the valet and demanded that he surrender To save his life the minister discharged tile gun the contents striking Marcotte in the forehead and killing him The au thorities took no action except to holdd formal inquest cJ e u Chicago to Cut Expenses Chicago March 3Oipoft J1e big gest CUWj ever made in lIgas mu nicipal payroll is to be raade jccord iijg to ajfity hall announcement The discharge of 400 employes nyj tly inspectors who have been doing duplicate workftftiU beifC3rrU5dJQut soon if present plans go through YiTwo 1cL314Jn t I91 1 WiikesbarijP 1illOfN11m ber 14 co fY loC thc ia Coal compauj at PqrjnBl ucnard near herewthe scen terrific explosion of gas whichtmjed the death of two men and the erlous in jury of UbqtJiers nJI ASSAULT WAS IMAGINARY JifjV Ottumwa Woman Says She Is Victim of Hysteria Ottumwa Ia March 3Mrs C M Johnston admitted that she was not assaulted by a negro on Feb 21 ac cording to Detective D B Way who was retained by the American Commercial Travelers association to hunt down the assailant He says that Mrs Johnston admitted she was the victim of an hallu cination She had recently been operated upon and drugs administered brought on hysteria After the Clara Rosen murder she labored under the Impression that she was about to be a victim of iack by a negro The search tor the negro has been dropped Several arrests of suspects were made following the supposed assault and for a time a lynching seemed imminent Rector Saves Altar Cloth Philadelphia March 3While firemen were being overcome by the dense smoke from the flames which destroyed the interior of the chapel of St Lukes Epiphany Protestant Episcopal church the rector the Rev David M Steel who is just recovering from an attack of typhoid fever dashed into the edifice and rescued the cross and altar ornaments BICYCLIST SEVERELY INJURED Is Thrown From Wheel While Con testing In Marathon Race Atlanta Ga March 3George Wi ley of Syracuse N Y was thrown from his wheel and badly injured while riding in the first motorpaced Marathon race 26 miles 385 yards ever attempted in tills country The race was between Wiley and Elmer Collins and had gone 11 miles and 2 laps with Collins leading by half a lap when the aCCid occurred BR and stopped the race Standard Oil Official dead New York March 3 Wesley H Tilfard ope of the vice presidents of the Standard Oil company and a for mer treasurer 6f that corporation died at his home in this city after an illness of two months Mr Tilford who was born 58 years ago In Lexing ton Ky had lived in this city since his early youth and had been associ ated with the Standard Oil company for more than 30 years Soldiers Burled In Avalanche Innsbruck March 3 Thirtyone soldiers InHlauiiig six officers were buried in aa avrfllnclie in tile Tyrol r f i L WE WILKERSON THWARTED Is Unable to Introducs Tariff Sheet at Standard Trial Chicago March 3 Testimony in the retrial of the case against the Standard Oil Company of Indiana be gan before Judge Anderson Fred erick S Hollands formerly chief rato clerk of the Chicago Alton railroad was the first witness He testified in regard to the methods used In the office of the company In making rates and in mailing coJ sof the iarlu to shippers It is th6 contention of5 the government that the published lawful rate on oil between certain points over the Chicago Alton Was IS cents while Ihe oil company only paid cents Assistant United States District Attorney Wilkerson attempted to in troduce in evidence the tariff sheet showing an 18cent rate between Chi cago and East St Louis Upon ob jections being offered by the d6fense Judge Anderson ruled that the tariff could not be presented until the gov ernment had shown that it was the rate published and filed wittf the in terstate commerce commission Tho court said that this was tire vital point in the case The government declared that proof of its publication would be presented later SUICIDES WHEN CAUGHT Chicago IVIanEnacts Tragedy In Lon donEng Hotel London March 3A man giying the name of Do R Pullman Chicago engaged rooms at the Savoy hotel He had valuable jewelry sent tq the hotel the same afternoon Heat tempted to leave the hotel with the Jewelry but was caught in one of the corridors whereupon he committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor t Bryan to Speak Cqljunbus 0 March 3 William Jennings Bryan and three other orators of national note are what the Jefferson Club of Columbus has decided to strive for at its first annual banquet in the Goodale Street audi torium May 15 Mr Bryan has al ready accepted the invitation and the negotiations are on to secure the other three The affair will be a dollar dinner and arrangemeLts will be made for 1600 people Women will be among the guests DEFENSE RESTS IN r TRIAL OF COOPERS Witness Tells How He Awaited Hews of Killing Nashville Tenn March 3The de tense rested its case in chief in the trial of Colonel D B Cooper Robin Cooper and John D Sharp for the slaying of Former Senator Carmack That is it rested with reservations In making the announcement Judge Anderson of the defenses counsel specifically stated that should the state crossexamine any of the de tenses witnesses not heretofore put upon the grill the defense would re serve the right to introduce new witnesses on any new issues which might develop A moment later Attorney General McCarn for the state asked an adjournment to 9 a m Thursday in order that absent witnesses might be brought on The testimony was very technical Dr Glasgow was recalled to describe agaiii1 the wounds on Senator Car mackfe body Dr Duncan Eve waS then galled to say whether or not the wounds described by Dr Glasgow wouldliave been instantly fatal He said would Adjihant General Tully Brown who attended the conference in Judge Bradfords office an hour before the shooting described what took placeI there as did Judge Bradford himself Judge Bradford said he was at the police station the night of tho mur der saiw W J Ewing editor of tile American there with a stenographer and heard several men giving infor mation He declared however tha the only part he took in the affair was to write out in long hand all the facts in the case of which he had a personal knowledge This memoran da he gave to Ewing for use in the press Later he prepared a brief which contained the theory of the counsel for defense as to how the shooting occurred He claimed he al ways was friendly to Carmack and declared that he was waiting at the tel ephone that afternoon for a message to come telling of Senator Carmacks murder Hall Wins Marathon Pittsburg March 3 Howard Hall of Pittsburg a colored boy won the indoor Marathon race here with ease being nearly two laps abead of tile second man The race was for the championship of Pennsylvania West Virginia and Ohjp but onlyoneOhio man and one West Virginian were entered the rest of the runners being from Pittsburg and western Pennsyl vania NoCut at Cleveland Cleveland 0 March ZAs a result of the stand taken by the T7nited States Steel corporation in the dec laration of an open market there will be no reduction of pay or cut in output according to the declarations of the best local authorities Tile same authentic sources say the socall d in dependents have decided to stand pat1 on the wage question i y 4 I r l O7 I The T Mal of AI airsiW no of S JJH I As an to we are 1 to sale no at this sale jf100 tf 25 10 for 85 and 4 5 4 in at same rate of EQUITY Ky las are ex wLen an will by the tfev J W Harrisof Little Rock IMic rally will be held under the aus pices of the Union of the American of An effort will be made at once in this to by local unions in each precinct New Life Pills kill it by pre ntion They stimulate stomp ach liver and bowels flint Clogging that invites appendicitis 2 at Drug Store Embassy Sacred Spot time of the nation bored in an the police couM not enter the without per mission The is caused by the rays of up into their seven colors whenthey strike the fail ing raindrops Tile must be the sun and the rain to see the rainbow When there Is double rainbow the inner one is the is not royal road to fortune It is all matter of luck and somo people may manage for a few years to make profit but It cannot be kept up I myself made about 2 60 out of my cats one year not for rent and labor but as rule was out of pocket ladies Remarkable Feat the compiling of any is task that even a corps of editors with no slight a Washington woman Mrs George H Gorham the remarkable feat of FrenchEnglish French dictionary unaided r of affairs is tjbusinessHeto pack up skip Very often he feels need of a traveling That is hurryup calls Stein Bloch styles we show are marvels of beauty as to fit alterations they are ready on time best of regulated trains We are showing many of Now if wish a peep in a pleasure to show youjono if do not buy ALLAN Q Sign Little Green Trading Stamps February Reduction Sale inducement cash buyers going 20 per cent discount FebruaryEverythingPositively goods charged count LooK See what you SavfeI Diamond for Watclifory 20Clock Knives Forks Silver Teaspoons Everything store discount Paidwin Dr 0sJewelersOpticians RALLY CARLISLE March 3Nieimo county growers making rallyinaddress beinade Nicholas County Society Equity county thoroughly organize establishing KILLS WOULDBESLAYER Appemuhitislungs v gently preventing BiHiousnessChills gestiou c Phillips a embassystandspractice territory belongsembassy premises Rainbows rainbow sunlight breaking between a primary BreedIngTaken a a a handsome allowing a I FieldiWomans Though adictlon a trained undertake hesitation idiomatic finishedI entirely 1L5 jjjjjjjjjj The man and the betterIsuit youWeThe that fuss ing measuring like the the springpatterns you come fuss you MURPHY Man give 8O observer fainterlf IElder JT Harding will preach at time Church of Christ on Fairfiix sircet next Sunday at 11 and 715 For safe protection against fire let me insure your property CAS P BEDFORD agent for Continental Fire Insurance Company 1274 wks WedSat RED HOUSE Mrs RCCR Dozicr and Mr Jake rreene are on the sick list Mrs H P Dykes Avho has been ill is improving Messrs Steve Stewart and Willis Shearer left last week for Florida prospecting Mrs Jim Owen and daughter of Mnysville have been visiting relatives here Mr Mills Quisenjierry of Renick and Miss Lizzie Davis of this place were quietly married at the home of ShiptonNEATLY TAKEN IN Paris Merchants Victimized By a Smooth Stranner Who Intended- to Put in Bioc System I PARIS Ky March 3Pmis mer chants were neatly taken in byasmooth bunco artist who announced that he had charge of a crew often men who were to put in a block sys tern on the L and N railroad between Covington and Corbin lie rented a house purchased 435 worth of furniture from a local house tendering a draft on a Cincinnati bank which came back protested At other placoskhe worked the same game always getting from 20 to 25 in change Superintendent Anderson of the L andNsaid he Jiad not been adisedf fIlmcaIpractical Joker carried an onion la P his vest at to the depot when bid r ding farew to a young lady and took a bite now and then to Induce tears Before the train departed he had eaten the entire onion The young Iflady perceiYij the situation re I sm marked Ah have swallowed your brJcrhiilrn r Uneklv SUBSCRIBE FOR THE iI i- Ilr Si1J t iO ell iour fj i t z 1 t it- I 1 i1Jr i VVV a THE WINCHESTER NEWS rrV acre rn SOCInTY j I MIDWINTER AT PALM BEACH FLA TIcs aspn at Palm Bench Fin Is it its sleight In February and at thai resortThtfish ng has been better than for many years The man in the foreground with necrlosqithein the early summer and replenishing it in Florida in the wintert Mrs Harvey Franklin will enter tainlthe Euchre Club on Thursday afternoon Mrs Sallie R Appleton of Lex ing on1 will give a lecture on Toe Higher Physical Development of Women at the eouithouse Wednes clay afternoon at 3 oclock All la diesr cordially invited to attend J The Little Colonel Readers meet witl Miss Helen Ford on Saturday afternoon 4 t i t V3 5 THe Cooking Club will meet with Mrsannre cbmbl scotton Saturday Miss Florrye Smith will be the charming hostess for the Literary and Social Club on Saturday Tea Drinking Mrs Maurice Miller entertained on Tuesday afternoon with a must delightful tea in compliment to Miss Frances Nelson of Louisville the attractive guest of Mrs Buford A Tracy The guests were received in the informal man per so very characteristic of the hostess The ladies brought their sewing and the hours were very pleasantly spent Throughout the afternoon perfectly brewed tea with delicious sandwiches and dainty candies were served Delightul Tea Mrs Henry Phillips gave a charm ing tea Tuesday afternoon compli mentary to Mrs Troy of Memphis Tenn and Mrs Platt of Ashe vine NMC the guests of Mrs Car lie Buckner The ladies brought Pier sewin and kept their needles lasy P Mrs Phillips served tea with Sandwiches and delightful candies of her own make The guests fo the afternoon were Mrs Platt an Mrs Troy Mrs Carrie Buckner Mrs Carrie Mills Mrs Hampton Bush Mrs JV Poynter Mrs Wi ley Poynter Misses Florence Hood Susan Buckner and Christine 1IiI lamV N Fortytwo Mrs William S Massie entertained with Fortytwo Tuesday afternoon and evening at her beau tiful home on South Maple btreat infernsand was especially attractive The charming hostess was assisted in MIS1MMw Oscar Johnson At the conclusion or the games a most delightful and refreshing meat lunch was served at the small ta bles perfect in1 their appointments Mrs Massie is an especially charming hostess and both affairs were delightful and greatly enjoy ed 5 PERSQNALS Mr and Mrs J Crews Rash o Clay City and Mrs Key of May- field spent Tuesday with Rev and Mrs J MRash Mr and Mrs J B Matthews o Barbourville were guests of Mr MondayIare in Richmond on account o tbe death of the latters grand father Mr B B Dilliingham- Mr H H Porter of Staunton Va was a guest in town Tuesday Scobese Miss Martha Scobeo left Wed nesday for Floridat Mrs Juno Hunter and children of Danville are the guests of Mrs R B Hunter Frank Perry of Mt Sterling was TuesdayIScobee of Lexing IMr Holt Sutherland was in town Tuesday the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Sutherland Mrs C L McCurdy of Lexing it n was the guest of Mr and Mrs Charlie VanMeter Tuesday LexingdDr J L Weber of Mt Sterling was in town Wednesday on busi ness u Mrs Albert Thompson of Paris is the guest of Mrs Je Lary Miss Florence Sympson returns s POPULARITY N Popularity is the result of being able to mix inIthe affairs of other people without seeming to be meddlesome We have the goods and will make the priees so that theywillbe popular to you I l COME IN t 3 Hi BOWEN Jeweler and Optician L i i t for IlnIr t v 1 t i r Pt J rrS f rWr i i n i Tt ilrVkI c home SVedneetlay from an extended visit to Kenova and Huntingon W VaV Miss Simpson is one of most attractive girls and per popu larity followed her to Many beautiful entertainme were given in her honor Miss Margaret Sphar is the guest of Miss Minnie Belle Hall of GrorgetownOPERAHOUSE The Lion and the Mouse The Lion and the Mouse is the attraction at the opera house tonight Vedl1esdayI JOHN W VOGEL The Minstrel Khifc Vogels Minstrelsj The ingenuity of the lead head i great and the same application d voted to the invention ofa utili would make the fortune of the sons who waste so much gray matterI and energy in attempting to see the performance without liquidating The speaker was John W Vogel proprietor and manager of the Big City Minstrels hearing his name Acting as his own watch dog of tl treasury at the principal entrance of the theatre with his eye on ti tlhto Sadsponge and then smiled as he permitted a view of the full house with the satisfactory comment All money Continuing as the latecomers dropped in he said Tou ing managers have much to contend with where the parties of the first and second part play on sharing terms and I always make it a point to stipulate in the contract in regard to the matter of free admissions Even with the proviso the visiting manager has to keep Ills eyes eft tosee that deadheads are not Him in upon him and I say this with no disrespect to the majority of local managers John Vogels Big City Minstrels will appear at the opera house Thur day night Wayne Musical Company When a big musical comedy is pro fi1tfre among s there happen to be two or three posi tive successes they are in possession palfsuch is the case In Mr Fred Waynes gorgeous produced musical play The White Hat he has supplied eighteen numbers solos comic and otherwise a1fpardonable pride that the management claim that there is not one song or ensemble number introduced that has not been received with a storm of applause Perhaps the credit for such re stilts belong to the singer or perhaps to the song However the fact re mains that The White lint has proved to he the theatrical record breaker of the season and there must be cause for the effectISeats on sale Thursday at 9 a THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of II M Adams of Henrietta Pa His fulnor plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the rs oned blood had affected his lungs a nothing could save him But w ntdayes his mother seven bottles of c tric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and RheumaHsm Electric Bitters is su yPhillipsThe Baffling Language Engnsh s the only iorm of human speech of which it can be said that it orderIto In England will fiadit better to speak in French The Englishman prefers to try his Frenck ratker than to listen EnglishIfhe would rather It be that of some body else Paris Opinion Old and True Saying imitation is the slncerest flattery oiton 71jii 7 x 55 1 TWO WEARY Of STRUGGLE Mysrof Great Unknown New York March 3BoUL dc DOn adversttytof the Russian Red Cross society and Frederick Voss onesaman of means and influence in thc clothing trade committed suicide the former by shooting and the latter by hanging Altshul had made elaborate prepar ations for his end making neat bundles of all his belongings mostly books and pamphlets on Russian po litical conditions and addressing them to friends His discouragement at his inability to find employment is said to have been complicated by melancholia over the death recently of a young woman to whom he had been very much attached Voss death was attributed by weal thy relatives to a sense of pride which prevented J him from ac cepting financial assistance repeatedly proffered Insurance Company Probed Toledo 0 March 3 The Lucas county grand jury completed the probe of the Ohio German Fire Insur ance company Whether any indict ments have been found will not be apor Saturday State Insurance Commissioner Lemert who last December caused ouster proceedings to be brought against the Ohio German and later had trustees appointed for the company was in charge of the inves tigation of the firms affairs YOUNG CORBETT WINS sGoes Fast Ten Rounds With Johnny Yorkty Cor bett of Denver former featherweight champion signalized his reappearance in the ring here by Johnny Marto of New York defeatingI 10round bout before the me tfca Fairmount Athletic club Although Young Corbett disappoint toed his friends by failing to knock out att1i1eand agility displayed even under the handicap of increased weight Father and Brother Testify Medina 0 March 3 The aged father and 14yearold brother of Guy thetwere introduced as witnesses by the de fense The Brother is considered one of the best Wftnesses for the defense Dr Hunt of Akron a blood specialist will be thE principal witness at to days session Confederate Veterans to Attend Augusta Gay 3Camp 435 United Confederate Veterans the first organization of Confederate vet rans ever formed lertheriPorinauguration They are5st ng number of younger citizerivsar them to contribute tQ thc rcomfor and caretaking k iI j IMMIGRATION INCREASES More Than 12000 Foreigners Aw III Land at Ellis Island This Week New York March 3 Indications o a renewed influx of immigration on a larger scale than for some time past were furnished at Ellis Island where thle enlYd 340 A large proportion of these are from Mediterranean ports asLast Cabinet Meeting lastIIvelts cabinet there was little busi ness the time being spent In fare wells and reminiscences The press dent expressed regret at parting the body of such faithful helpers an extended his best wishes Workmen Buried Alive y Oklahoma City Okla March 3 While placing a pier for a bridge nea Farfax James Clark foreman of construction company James Askin and an unknown man were buried be excavatioun Senator Knox ResignstHarrisburg Pa The res ignation of United States Philander G Knox as senator from Pennsylvania was received by Gover Stuart It takes effect March 4 Permits Sunday Ball Indianapolis Ind March 3Bya bilndbaseball passed the house The vote was 56 to 39 r THE MEAT Of IT The estate of the late Lucky Baldwjif is said to be worth 30000 000 Miss Belle Hagner Mrs Roosevelts social secretary has been given a position in the state department Admiral Sperry will relinquish Com mand of the Atlantic battleship fleet March 8 and will be succeeded by Admiral Schroeder An epidemic of mumps has sent 1 inmates of the institution for th blind at Columbus 0 to the hospital The state fire marshal is working tm tke that the recent tares in the Columbus 0 business district are the work of incendiaries J J Ryan the plunger was reliev ed of 4o6o in money and l 5Qln jewelry by a IfghtrfinKcrtlf shook at Cincinnati O A t tS It loJtl J The Quality The Quantityy The Pricevv v are three very essential things in Furnishingsfor watch words in our buying Twentythree years of business success proves ourposition is cor rect COME IN AND SEE THE NEW THINGS FOR SPRING The Winn Furniture Co We Give S H Green Trading Stamps t 1 SaoTs- pr X th 3 teentl J II fIDurad1vyou can not make a mistake in us ins Mansfields Best Patent or M Lilly Every sack guaranteed MANSFIELDS FLOUR 3MILLS Winchester Kj ll133moeoa Tile Boy and His Dad A Jboy who has the brotherly inter est of his father is lucky Sometimes a wild lad does not seem to have much willAtogethertsame Hook or anything to give a kindred sympathy To Shut Out Noise noisefgaged in study or other work demand ins concentration try the Fourth of July stunt of stuffing the ears with cotton This Is far more effective than stopping the clocks and exiling the famlgI LaborAt evidencet56 women who sowed hooks and eyes on cards earned at an average a little over 75 cents a week Another woman was instanced who worked from nine mornindg t would seem better to die Gnawing His Way Nature knew that the rat wouV gnawingathe right kind of teeth to do It I Joy caught a rat and boxed iL up an In the course cf a week the roden gnawed a hole through oak plank together until there was thickness of IS inches The hole wa carrA Fortune There Is a fortune in it for the mar or woman who can invent a womans hat that can be worn so that every time she tries it on she wont to say Of course If doesnt took well jus now My hair isnt dressed the way it should be for this hat t Cultivate Ideals It Is a cheering thing to meet poung minds inspired by Ideals It is a de JanUtHe blank book end copy s quotation or two when you meet them Not Improbable I dont know how true it Is sai meethat jus died and left a wife and tour children Distinctions 1m Bible intrpfbeeMarbAtiretiuet t t t ljo f r tc I itJc t COUPiTV COURT DAYS CountyCourtsties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon day Bath Owintfsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday MondayIn Estill Irviner 3rd Monday MondayFleming day MondayGarrard Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday MondayJessamine day Lee BenttyvilIe 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday MondayMason MondayMontgomery Monday MondayOwen Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday MondayShelby Woodford Versailles 4th Monday DWELLING HOUSE INVENTORIES FREE I WE WILL SEND A HAND SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN WHOWILLMAKEIWRITTEN CATIONS FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR TO ASSIST IN MAKING THE INVENTORY IT IS A VALUABLE AND USEFUL BOOK AND ALL WHO CARRY INSURANCE 2eSHOULD HAVE ONE JOIIETTS INSURANCE AGENCY For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST 218tf Inquisitiveness Rebuked An Elizabeth man chased from his house with a shotgun the doctor who autopaidsriiiiicx orj the Lion of scientific curiosity There will be no tendency c blame him Ti Paul Pry zih a scalpel it annoying nqulsitiy =SAppreciation Vlt coartosy were expansive nk re people might be i tdsed to raga rd it as a goadj i ftr iYh rY 3rdItTheHENRY B HAREI will again prese- ntTheDramaticSuccejBsbr the Century heLion and heMOuseBy Chas Klein- protrayed by A COMPANY OF NOTABLE PLAYERS the Production in its Entirety 3 YEARS NEW YORK8 MONTHS IN CHICAGOO MONTHS BOSTON Special Train from MtSterling Down Stairs1 150 Gallery 50 I Free List Suspended OPERA HOUSE Thursday Mart 4tt JOHN W- VOGELS 4 Big Cit- yMinstrels BigY Minstrels in Existence DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS J The best by Test New Ori ental First Part The greatest gathering on this globe of cas sweetest singers clever dancers and Funny comedians Anew show with new features Concert of Picked Soloists and a grand Symphony Orchestra Sale of Seats begins Tuesday PRICES Down Stairs SOc 75c and Gallery 25c Winchester Opera House Saturday March 6tn MATINEE AND NIGHT Cfce WAYNE CO PRESENT Gh Big Musical Comedy She WHITf HAT Complete in Every Detail SELECT COMPANY 30 PEOPLE 30including the famous American horu1OF 20Singing and Dancing Girl ELABORATE COSTUMESSCENERrEFFECTS Same as original New York Production Special Matinee 15c 25c Ni htPrlcesJ25c 35c50ic 75c Seats on sale at usual place Thursday at 9 a m Discouraging Vaflabeodaf The Luxemburg government is trt reellytheir impriflcmment sad to te lowest scale of ordinary diet twice a week afterward Ttiegriair UP soliI ts f M emptying fast t FaUMfulneec k the Few Arletetle Ws w o Ir pi f fri adelMW M frfcdfe Jt i 1i1 1 t iir o iV J ff r a t fL r T 7 r5 r wf papx THE WINCHESTER NEWS r I Kifeep the poultry yard clean If t Manure anddultivate the brxyrcft SoiL It needs is gpod care as thatof thebaIanEe of4fjnirTJhe free distribution of seeds byj thligoy rim riL Is one of the special objects of the National Grange tIn trimming the feet of the colt it is noi a good practice to use the knife Rather use the fasp Be sure that the feet area1a3gjyeIedip Keep the poultry in vigorous condi tion They will so much better be dble to sfand adverse conditions Which are more aptto rise drlnglh Wln tor months Let the young stockout each day during the winter when it is not stdrmy or too blustery and cold The freSh air and exercise promotes growth and strength of frame and vital organs and that is what must be given the younganlmal so that the mature animal will be available V 1 Tr Successful f qltgrowing depends n securihgigood stOck and keeping In a bea1thythr1y growing condi n Trees ana busnes are susceptible the attacks of fungous diseases and the ravages of insects Sprays and washes are essential for keeping them clean and healthy The one who uses these is on tile right road to success Pickled tongue is fine if the pickling Is done right Try this method Make a brine of one gallon of water three pounds of san fovr Ounces of sugar and two ounces of saltpeter boll and cool Put in the tongues and weight to keep them under brine will keep any length of time Wli ni Wanted to use so koveer night in cold water boil uritlL lender skim and remove the skins 3f J When bven wire fencing gets I to saggIng1n iffie middle andneedsVe stretching goto the middle of the fence attach the stretcher withr two clasps and loosen the wire from all 9utthesnetcherWhentween the cl isand splice taking up the slack Staple td the posts aud the work Is xspmplete A dairy hoTtse makes a flue equipment for thqarm where many cow are kept Jtieed nqt be over 10x14 unless there Is a gasoline engine for power In this case a small room maybe partitioned off In a large building with belt door to allow rower to be obtained from the engine in an other roomln this other room may be placed the feed grinder sheller and other machines run by the gasoline en- gIne Of course this Is picturing how one may utilize the same power hand fly If he has all the machines The care which the cream receives determines what kind of butter It will make It Is not enough as some farm ers do not seem to realize to skim or separatev the milk arid expect the cream to take care of Itself The ad vent of the land separator has not helped muatto1n this direction On tlmcontrarytJtthas worked th0 other i ay Therearosonie farmers who seem to consider that if they run their milk through the machine and deliver the cream to the creamery once or twice a week they have done all they are supposed to ThiS ia a sad mistake as m hyi creamery hen are finding out The ability of the but ter maker is a very Important matter but It cannot bet1 onlyconsidera don No butter maker can make a prime product putvtof improperly handled cream t Systematize the chore Work You can save lots o tithe by making one task dovetail Ia to another We heard a farmer renrritflt the other day that the fading anti other chores took up the r part of his time In winter t to i his Methods were not godd ncKl too much tinkering If he puld reduce his choring7 to a system make every step count he could flb in much less lime Ho Bought not but a week afterward1 he ad studied the matter over some and ad worked the problem so as to re iuce the time about qh fourth and he 5felt satlafiM that he could reduce it 1 hor He said It never had bc cuWed tjq him that feeding and phor lng cculd be so systematized as to make them almost machine worK He 4said he used tor do one thing without reference to another bat he found he could do one chore while on his way tp do anothfer and thus save many steps He arranged his mangers feed racJks aid troughs so that one filling was sufficient for the day He said he halno idea that so much time and ryivjt about ou1db saved i I tf Ai2 4e rIl J m r X tp i 4L MIor tH Lfe i j Iif i r f f ft j l3o wire that iregetabte form part of the ration of the Mood aow gllrfi 5d on pijsture andjBnlshacF oft ikcon and furnish the Beit pork For icalding hogs have the water 180 degrees Hotter or colder will RPj give the best results When the horse com in wet after a hard drive rub him off and blahketr then feed a warm bran mash t AV- Charqpar andgrltshould ibe RJO w1dd for theTirz flogs ltcechar coal too Seen that they gelllt4- r v Us If j iiuav not Already done so veherrhorses you are using sharp shod i ttthey iU4otslflrp tp Icy roads c t Iti is not asiHy whl tithof- armer makes for farming is hard work bUts if Is gOod money jvith not the least suspicion of taint upon It Strange isnt Itbut did you ever notice that a bumper crop is always reported until It movesout rtlegrowers hands and that then a seri ous shortage is found The Texas farmers union which has proved such a strong organization is considering a plan to establish a sys t6m bf banks In connection with the chain of cotton warehouses now be- Ing established by them The spraying of the orchard next season should come In for consideration at this season of the year Plan to do the work It wiHpvay ninny fold The initial expense may seem large but iLls not when results are consid ered r If wife dont happen thread Meadow brook Farm Notes just hand her this It will help to brighten 1e ihorne To lean lamp burners 1 in a ket tIe and cover with boiling water Add a taplespobnfui or so of sal soda and a lump of lye soap TaWoff and dry the burners then brighten them up by the use of powdered charcoal or brick dust TiLe old idea that an apple tree after it has once been planted should be able to care for itself and bring forth an abundance of fruit can no longer be maintained since such a method is neither economical nor businesslike Fruit trees of whatever kind or nature need as much or more care and at tention throughout the season as any crop grown on the farm Keep the young trees growing straight If it Is found that young fruit trees lean over when the soil fs wetstake and tie them in anup Trjght position to prevent them from leaning permanently Often a young tree will be wlipped about by the wind and form a hole in the soil at its base Such holes should be mptly filled aiidine free straightened to a tight positionA arold colt should do no more than haul an empty wagon and then should not be wearied and exerted for tile colt is undeveloped in muscle and bone and can be easily in jured if not completely ruined Heavy pulling and straining of any kind should be avoided under five years of age Threeyearolds can do lots of harrowing plowing etc but should not do heavy pulling Ring bones spavins curbs etc are often the re sults of hard usage at an early age Hdre is the point of difficulty in keeping a good dirt road in condition in the winter time raised by a western farmer who believes In the road drag He says Speaking about making smooth dirt roads there Is one condi tion that Is hard to dodge It Is brought on by a rain followed by trav vel In the mud and wound up with a ffreeze The fine between rain and the freeze is usually about 24 hours at this season of the year This gives room for a days travel In the mud During this day the mud Is too sticky and slushy to behelpdby dragging Ruts are cut by every passing vehicle The condition after the freeze can be deasily imagined The outlooK for eirlndustry- in the estein sthteiiijiry promis ing according JLo thejudgment of the American Wool and Cotton Reporter which sayst Thfc outlook for the sheep mantoday is much brighter than It has been at any time during the present year and the gloom that threittenedtosetUo about the wool gorwers of the west a short time ago Is gradually giving place tomore encouraging signs wttfrveyery1 pronllse of a continuation Heavy lamb losses In the opening low offerIngs for wool at shearing time little demand lot muttons or feeders at tie beginning of the season all tendedtb discourage the wool grower To console him for the lamb loss providence se med to or der weather conditions that propagat stapleinumber of head coming onhlsani mals were producing a heavier amj belt r yield This in a certain meaV ure compensated for lower prices too Abundant crops In the east stimulated the feeder market and unusually heavy foragejcrops generally through out the west enabled many growers Ito feed their muttons on their own ground in place of selling to the feeder market thereby making them more or loss independent of the prlqce offered Exceptionally favorable Weather conditions aided the growers in maturing early lambs and sending both feeders and mutton to market in good condition J T i I ti tIiIi4 i r ispr w r r t t HIRAM PERCY HAXIM AND HIS REMARK DEVICE FOR SILENCING fUNS Hiram Percy Maxim gave a demonstration of ills gun silencer before a nunbecOf gun experts in New York city recently and they declared the device was one of the mO remarkable Inventions of the age It was fitted to var ous kinds and sizes of rifles and when they Were fired the report was no louder than a hand clap The picture of the Interior of the silencer or muffler shows how simple it Js When it Is Screwed on the muzzle of a gun the bullet through It but the gases caused by the explosion are not released instantly These Eases are arrested by the smallIchambers In the slloncor and escape slowly thereby minimizing the report of tho Dreamless Sleep Occasionally I have met people who have insisted that they do not know what It means to dream To them sleepcomes like the pall of death en eloping them so completely as to en tirely extinguish the consciousness for the time being But strangely enough I have found that these individuals do not seem to appreciate this blessing of undisturbed repose Instead they feel that In some way they are being cheated out of something that belongs to them Like the Scotch plowboy they protest at never being able to enjoy a nights sleep because their head no sooner touches the pillow than It Is time for th m to get up again Bohemian Magazine The Prussian Versailles It would be as unjust to form an es timate of the Hohenzollcrns or of their capital without visiUng Potsdam as to form an estimate of Germany without visiting Bavaria for Potsdam is more than jthe Prussian Versailles It represents the complement of those sterner Hohenzollern qualities which are embodied in the city of blood nnd Iron Cold colorless Berlin may well be seen on the gray days of standard Prussian weather Sunlight seems exotic there But the characteristic charm of Pots dam is revealed only when skies are bright and flowers are In bloomRob- ert HavenSchauiller In Century Not Particular tIme Calve at a ladles luncheon was pondoried by an elderly spinster on the ground that a laudatory article about her had not been very subtle or discriminating I know well said the spinster smiling behind her spec tacles tha OJilydiscrhnlnaijpg iprnlf counts as pralse with you Dont talk about discriminating praise answered Mme Calve Ful some flattery Is good enough for me Washington Star Absorbing- Is the new filing system a suc cess jGtfeat hows buainess1uIOh weve stopped business to at tend to the filing systemBoston- Trav1er 1 t Cynical A Chicago professor says The man who never parleys over cab4 fare who never scans the prices on aS menu and carrIesmine erltlcismKanSlLIiCity Star The Unlucky Brother Hes so unlucky says a Billvlllo philosopher that If the world was blazing h dbe shoved to one side and nevertget a chance to warm his hands at the blaZe Atlaitta Consti tuition q r fl r 94ks ON 4DMERTISJNG e l I Vj14eating fd + t For Goods IIrp By HeW Herbert Huff I1i 499t4AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Man ou spoke of your trouble in interesting patro J1m new rind quality merchandise j Tes these show up more profit than staples but for some reason they ddt sell readily 3y Here is yourgreatest opportunity to utilize good advertising Studyjhemailorder catalogues You can get many ideas from them Note the complete descriptions the catchy headlines the attrafetive CUtS This is a forceful example of the creative side of advertising Good newspaper publicity has a double effeetl to take trade from less energetic competitors and g1ittQthQ one who advertises and 2 to make more busl ness If a well written ad so presents the advantages of pos sessing a talking machinef instance that some one becomes interest and buys one hasnt it made more business If the buyei had not thus been convinced of his need for one ho might never have made such a purchase That is just what advertising is doing for tho retailer and general advertiser alike Arid it will interest my patrons in good clothes r Certainly People dress so much Better today than ever be fore largely through the influence of advertising Style depends v rynuebupon it for existence Practicallyall of our knowledge of fashion and what is newest and in the worlds markets comes to us through the newspaper and magazine ad The public is inter ested and quite eager to read Let the local merchant talkabout such things in 1SS and he can make a demand for new and quality goods leaders xie d first to be shown WHY theyshould possess any particular article WHY they should dress better WHY they should put in a furnace WHY they should buy a ldtchncabi net This study of selling points will come later on Take tile matter of good clothes One of those illustrations such as are furnished Ho he trade by wholesale clothing makers pictures the wearer with sucji ai Istylishj clean cut well groomed appearance enough to make any man want to dress better particularly if helped along with clinching arguments People need to be TOLD what they wantfand shouldhave etAndltyPeople need to be CONVINCED that thoquahty article isthe mpstecon9 ca Advertising carries yoir argumentstthe bUye Often merchandise is claiiiied to sell onsight Tliis is rmzely true Most tiny article needs to have its good points presented before the reader acquires a desire for it Tver man in bnsiness is an egotist He believes he canfur nish his customers merchandise of better qualityatjessjcd6tor in- amore satisfactory Wj1Y than anybody else He no reason to patronage except that he offers some greater inducement than do competitors He needs to tell the public WHAT he has to sell and WHTvthey should buy it of him The Character of Action l- It is circumstance and roper roes Simple Gargle for Sore Thrat ire that give anadtiOn ith character Tincture 9t myrrh two draclims wa Dd pAll it eltbll goo or hacLter fqu OUflCS yJiiegtrfour Pinc8s- Plutaicl1r Yix bvsliakingupin a hoWe i4il jt G 1 Ty 1 4 4 rtl i av 4 oi J t f 2 L Her UnbJatedciinlOh Caller4Is the lady of tho house ln1 Waitress who his been given iieSbes In bu shea no lady i 4 T F L 3 C I 1 1 Clark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo t TnkvitHe ii mud and Kill climbing tax paid each k year NoWaadcan a the Basis Equipment and thc plication of Economical Busln Methodsy we solicit the apIf tion and repairing of kinds i conditions of roads1 public or i vate1 streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement Sand in car Sots and will be pleased to andiJ same Sn quanitydesired U The putting in of all classes of Concrete a Lspecialty and satisfaction guaranteed t I U Peoples State Banks CAPITAL 100000 This bank began business than three years ago If just in the beginning of the financial ctajwesr ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been steady growth the start in the number of our depositors and in the volume of our business new names every week We want yours You are cordially invited open an a count with us Per sonal attenion to all business J trt HCUGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice Ppesident L 1 oJ1 IYVINCHESTiR NEVV s1 ISTATE FA3SJ909 County August 3rd 4 Days Scott bounty July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th C days V Bourbon county September 7th 5 days i State Fair LouisvillQ Septembej 13th days V isecretnrieg ofMr 0Jl kindly iirnish dates wo wilt 11themfree of charge Rockcastle county August 183 days I Spencer county August 10 4 days Laurel county August 24 4 days county August 25 4 days Lincoln county July 21 3 Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky August 19 3 days Shelby county August 24 4 days NEAR DEATtf IW BIG POND It was a thrilling experience tc Mrs Ida oper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave mo intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death Allremedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and u euro so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and nil Bronchial affections 50c and- ijioo Trial bottle free Guaian teed by Phillips Drug Company Climatic Peculiarity Montreal with its of grea severity is 350 railed nearer the etjua tor than Is Montreal indeed Is on the same of a Venice jA Culinary The oyster joke unhappily Is never fresh complains the Charles tori News and Courier Well t Into a stew abbut It =Washington Before Ripe Wisdom Comes Is adangerotis stage in every ones career when his aro frnirl to tel hih a compliment fOf fear it Swill make him more conceited iBoston Globe r i Sincerity and Accomplishment 1 Lowell No jpanCan pro who Is rot thoroughly sincere withV tf t Rock and Rye i Many a man has bcoh rreckpd tfee rock of adversity Uut thore gnrMily a little rye on the side Philadelphia Record Bridesmaid to Grandmother f At a wedding celebratedat Bologna lftItaly some days ago the bride a ilqof her little grand daughter to atft as bridesmaid f triz rr t I f cost the Far mers as Imuch as tpoor Sn t1 J 1 On all t any rl lass fro We enroll to ISM Clark If Boone clays works winter London degree latitude Post There friends things himself pn 50had THE VERY BEST InIIm Have any of our readers seen a tef tent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it vill pay tc tend for a copy if fn iio other put pose than to note its present t worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place m earth V The editor by asking its reader to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thu obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in that higher level in social liftiowhere content and comfort supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the Income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that j As are our Homes so will be the Community State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and temporal rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them v JI Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQCIEUS COML11NV1 Cincinnati O r Dudlsh When a dude aieems to V6e latch gent r member that things are sol dom what uthey seem Philadelphia Bulletin for the Lovelorn IAdvlce basins to talk a groat other man It is an to propOse ftfier Always Comes High c One trouble with experience Is that we seldom get It at marlcedklown lcriceL Chinesefusing Modern Umbrellas T e Chinese arc giving up tlio use of thclrold QiiOdpapr umbrellas and a great number of foreign mad6 urn brellus are used of which Germany and 3apansuuply the bulk v 1 4 i t5t J A t 1 l c rI4R rid padytrf v f71C1hkri A f 1 i XVi tt t iff t 5 i ii i L D J i r r IcJK t it i L r + ia 2 i ty1r f +0 t wssJHE WHfCHESTEti HEWS f h rJ y 1 t If Inaturation ot tbetseventhPr sidettt1 t t twenty = 1 r J Wt Will Be a More Imposing and Costly if function Than Any of Its Predecessors J pt J f F1ROM present indications it is npJ parent thnt there will be no l falling off in the inaugural cel ebration this year Although he never led a charge of rough riders andIhas no actual right to sing Cheer Comrades Mr Taft will be honored by an attendance at the inaugural cer emonies of as great a military force as that which marched in parade behind PresidentRoosevelt iIn keeping with and civic chart acter of the incoming president the in dustrial and civilian feature of the pa rad of next March 4 will be far more extensive and imposing than ever before The program of tlie Inaugural period Is divided into five Important features and some others of a lesser degree of Interestfirst the Imposing military jydivision of the pageant which has ibeen arranged on a big scale by Major General J Franklin Bell who is grand marshal second the civic organization division of the parade with Major Thomas P Morgan chairman of the VIhWILLIAM TAFT TWENTYSEVENTH PRESIDENT committee in charge as marshal third the great display of fireworks on the White lot just in front of the White House in combination with the flu mination of the streets of Washington through the downtown section the dome of the United States capitol and the Washington monument and a drill and display of pyrotechnics by the Re publican Flambeau club of MInneapo- lis fourth the inaugural ball in the pension building the biggest brick structure in the world fifth the forenoon parade of the American veteran soldiers and sailors of the G A II the United Spanish War Veterans and the Army and Navy union which will form the escort of honor for President Elect Taft mil Vice President Elect Sherman from the White House to the capitol where they will take the oath of office preceding the big parade and other features t Sailors and Marines The details of the big military pa 1trade have been worked out by Briga dier General John A Johnson chief of General Bells staff assisted by Major Samuel D Sturgis adjutant general both regular army officers on duty at the war department Here is the inauguration day program in a nutshell as prepared by them The morning escort of the president from the White House to the capitol at 10 a in by the veteran grand din sion the exercises at the capitol on a stand fccommo 7000 concluding with tlieradministratIon of the oath of office to the president and his address the assembly of the mill tary and grand division in the streets granddivision e11cartand civic grand divisions from the lapltol to the White House at the con iluiion of his inaugural address nt Ibout 120 p in review of the mill tary and civic grand divisions by the president from has stand in the court of honor in front of the White House from about 3 toG in the afternoon and the dismissal of the parade the dis play of fireworks from 730 to 9 p m In the military division there will be about 3000 sailors and marines from the battleship fleet fresh from its cruise around the world the famous Philippine constabulary bans themid ehHMnon and cadets from the acado- luteatAnnapolis and West Point e 1 i E t 4 ttt 4w r l The joint committee of the two houses of congress purposes to the ceremonies attending the maliCI auguration of President Taft and President Sherman as solemn auddlg nified as befits so Important an event Joy and music and the spirit of festiv ity will mark the inaugural parndeI and the scenes along the be as brilliant as ever but in the capi tol and on the inaugural stand erected on its east front solemnity and dignity will dominate Tile details are already perfected and every official and every employee understands the part he Is to playThe senate will complete the work of the last sessions of the Sixtieth congress about 1050 a m on March 4 and will then take a recess so that the scenery may be set for the important act in the great drama of the republic so soon to take place Shortly before noon the vice president will call the senate to order The secretary of the senate will announce the arrival of the speaker and the house of representa H i tines and they will file into the senate assignedtosupreme court of the United States headed by Chief Justice Fuller and then the ambassadors and ministers plenipotentiary of the foreign nations Following the heads of the diplomatic corps will come the heads of the exec utive departments who will take their places immediately back of the seats assigned to the chief figures in the drama presidentand will enter accompanied by his es cortSenator Frye president pro tern pore of the senate and Representative Young The president elect will be the next announcement and William H Taft accompanied by Senators Knox and Lodge will enter and finally the president of the United States will enter alone At each announce ment the entire assemblage will rise anti remain Branding oatii the person announced is seated Mr Fairbanks Valedictory When all the dignitaries have arrived the vice president wilt deliver his valedictory and will then call to the rostrum James S Sherman to whom he will administer the oath of the vice president of the TJnfted States after which he will declare the senate adjourned without day Having been sworn Mr Sherman will ascend the rostrum and taking the gavel will call the senate toorder for the new session and will ask that new members of the senate come forward and take the oath of once Presumably there will be sixteen new faces In the senate Each new senator accompanied by his colleague will step forward and take the cath This done the entire assemblage will proceed to the inaugural stand The sergeantsatarms of the senate and the house will lead the stately procession This is an innovation as heretofore it has been led by the mar shals of the s court and of the District of Columbia Those present in the senate chamber will fall into line in the same order in which they cn- teredth senate and the entire com pany will march to the inaugural stand The troops gathered in front of the stand will present arms as the presi dent and the president elect appear at the main door of the capitol and when they have arrived at the front of the stand Ohiftf Justice Fuller will step forward and administer to Mr Taft the oath of office following which the new president will deliver his inau gural address which is understood to be unusually brief From the stand the preside will descend a flight of steps to his Carriage and drive immediately to the White House where he may snatcJ a brief luncheon before taking his place in the stand There will be a slight change this year in the order of the progress of the president the president elect and the vice president and the vice president elect to the capitol In view of the close relations Of Senator Lodge to the president ho will ride in the carriage with the president anti the president elect as will also Senator Knox who as chairman of the committee on ar rangeinents is the personal escort of the executive The vice president will have as escort Senator Bacon and Rep resentatives Burke and Gaines while the vice president elect will be accompanied by Senator Frye he president pro tempore of the senate and Repre sentative Young Heretofore only one senator has accompanied the two chief figures in the ceremonies IBilll a National Function r pleasing and picturesque feature it is proposed to make the in augural ball of 1909 something more a great national function of supreme interest and significance It will take the form of a reception b President Taft and Vice President Sherman to the country at large Ea 1state In the Union will be officially represented on the floor by one of its distinguished sons whose mission it will be to co operate officially in the presentation of the visitors from here there and ev erywhere to the great men of the na tion who will be In attendance Gist Blair whose father Montgom ery Blair was postmaster general L the cabinet of President Lincoln is chairman of the committee In charge of the inaugural ball and has so plan ned the event as to bring the entire Union through the fortysix states into direct and active participation in the functionWashington is a national city a city belonging to the country Chalr man Blair said In discussing the ball arrangements It is our desire that all who come to the inauguration and there promises to be the biggest at tendance in the history of these af fairsshould feel that in coming to the national capital they are coming to their own city The ball will be essentially and dis tinctively national A representative from each state has been designated as a member of the inaugural ball committee These gentlemen will know many of the people who come from their respective states and will see that they are properly introduced to the statesmen and their wives and other distinguished visitors Thus It Is hoped to bring the fortysix states Into close touch with the national cap- Ital on this memorable occasion l1TEST TTFAmY GROUIJ t i I iitw r 3 LliK i T 0 i st CHESAPEAKE do OHIO Eastfwwi1 No 26 Daily Ex Sun 842 a m No 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p mv No 24 Daily 9 25 p mr Westbound No 27 Daily Er Sunday 022 a m No 21 Daily 803a m No 25 DailyEkl Sunday 250 p m No23 Daily i 438 p m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CiricinnatiIvnoxYilhn a11000 a m lINo33zCincinnatiJk eL imited 1057 a nv ocallwitharrives at 632 departs at Q35 pm No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limitt 1123 p m Northbound TRAIN SCHEDULE- No AtlantaCincinnati limits 506 a m J No StanforajMaysville loci conecting at Paris for Gincinnat 723 a m I No 38 KnoxvilleCincinnati lo calarrives 2 50 departs 2 53 p m No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Win chester a13are all daily except Nos J aniiLU which are daily ex cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No4 Daily jDaiij Stations PM AM jv 1735WIDchestL E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 90k Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 93S Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 9 5e T3nnfwillfi Tiiti ch01r Athol ot J 537 1045 IUUrJaek1estbpnnd 1aiyIDaily Sun- i NolI No3I No5 ExJ Innl On J IMIAM fv Jackson 610 2 50 70f 0 It JUnc 6J5 gl5IlAt h011 J m 0 3 Beattyville Juno 707 320 i 3 Torrent 7 30 341 81f Natural Bridge ftitt 350r 8 21 Campton Junc 748 357 821 Stanton S15 426 83 Clay City 18 2Ef 435 9 o iL E June IJI 9 00 310719 Winchester t 19 12 15 4t ArLexington 55 05110 2 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Ncs 1 and 3 will make connection with thf C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrai IS Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with tht Mountain Central Ry for passenger to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nos end 4 will connection with the L i A Railway for Beattyville fty 0 K JunctionTrains Nos arid 4 will connect with the Q K Railway for Cannel City ITy and way stations W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17t Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 TH E- WincheslerBank or WINCHESTEIJpKY- NT H WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOIM- AOOOUJlTS r Sundown Is Sure A man kin iillus fix up argument UrichEbenhow much you turns de cloak back sundown pinter come jes de sautes JA r n1 t qM J1 t9 i r If Q Time For f MorePrinting IT high business men this vicinity were finding that Only Modern Printers with Down DateMOutfit the City xof Winchester time they wfere awaking fact they would teach and catch public they must printing with which dot offer these vantages The Finest Machinery New and Down the i I Minute Type the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain j y COULD YOU ASK FOR MOREl 1 We yarn enough believe thatwe have a line of samples that will eclipse anything of its kind in this section Kentucky andnothing gives us more pleasure than to exhibit our production callCthe uses ofprinters ink would like to and show your deliver the goods If t12TCdli t c Oner f 7r WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY J Printers of Anything s Main f New Phone c Inhabitants of the Museum Little Dorothy had been taken bra- dfriend to visit the nmuseum an very much interested in the stufffed animals in the glass cages and afso in the statuary On returning home she ran eagerly to her mother say ing Oh mamma we saw some real live stuffed animals and some sam pie people r5 SeaGoing Shade of Diogenes I suppose I can claim the distinction of haying bcon eveilivedindont know you should have been or the arkone or two brcoiy nio t I ic c Illus rated Sunday Magazine True to Conscience Fi rather fail by being true to iny conscience than make a i such cess being falsa From iiynchy Daughter by Leonard Merricfc 4 f1leworth while to see the wonderful die play of rhododendron Is Jttrplied her friend languidly 4I to look at the great big clumsy bean too but it always sweils 8Of unpieKWH antly around thecgea =Londoi i ews ils i t f i tfJ J Jf4 t TJ t J is time thatfthe of 1 of 0 J out we are the to in = It is to this If the ear the eye of the come to us for the to We ads i1 to are to of We INCORPORATED St 91 Variety by PLUMBING t Hurry Up- Jobs demand mighty quick action We try hard to meet all such calls We sure not infallbUei but respectisIn an emergency irEST US GRANT WITT 6 Oi30 Kbrtk Main Drit Parade Your Tru MM hakeepeue He bears misery lost who bMee it moiL 11 Irllli a S i jtjl i I r Bush has them GAS HEATERS AN- DRANGES FAVURlTE STOVES BESTin tfce World BUSH ontheGornor Tic Poftlgfansiilesl la the opinion of tfcti ass polilli ctoa the Ideal formdt Pftnam t wohld be ode Diner whlc everybody weld here a public t4ic r 7Ue cRle fOIf rtJic ft t ti lJ l ljftat5rt I = 7 t t T t2 J f r r vU i 7w wr- I jP I 4 H 4 t AI I J I I PMeEiIt i 44 I + C THE WINCHESTER NEWS f Y ur r It I I INDIANA4OPtIO- NI TO STANDIAW t 1SCiiaje Kills fiise Repeal 1easure1- r BITJiI FIGHT IS ENDED i Democratic Platform of Last Fall Promised to Wipe Prohibition Stat ute From Books but Result of Elec tlojisHeld Recently In Many Coun I ties cased Several Influential Party Workers to Arraign Them selves on Side of prys Indianapolis Ind7 Marc 3 The senate of the state legislature has de clded4o continue county local option in Indiana tor the next two years by killing by a vote of 26 to 23 the en acting clause of a bouse bill to repeal thtt o nt1optlon law which was passed by a special session of the legislature last September The ac tioncame at the close of a day of filibustering and the contest was one of the most bitter in the history of Indiana legislation County option repeal was a Demo cratic platform proposition in the last campaign but since the election so many counties have voted dry under the new law that public sentiment had influential effect on a number of Democratic legislators who drew themselves out of line with their par ty when it came to the point of try lug to repeal the law at the present session of the general assembly Sen ators Mc arty and Tilden Democrats were with the Republicans in the de cisive vote- Senators Durre and Pelzer R pub licans voted for repeal but the majority of the senattf is Republican The result of the failure to repeal the law is expected to have a stimulating effQCt on county option elections in the near future Several more of them are imminent i HOUSE KILLS SHIP SUBSIDY MEASURE Invalid Brought From Hospital Io Vote Against If1 r t Washingtqit MarcW3 4 The ship- thsIdybi1J previously passed by the stte was dqfeatedI tht hqusa1o- frqpbseitatves by the narrow margin of three the vote resulting 172 to175 The opponents of the measure wildly cheered A dramatic feature ot therollcall was the appearance in the hall of Representative of New York inn invalidchair he having been brought from a hospital where he had undergone an operation on his kneecap in order that he might record his name against the bill Conference reports on the agricul tural rivers and harbors and public buildings bills were agreed t9and the sundry civil bill sent to onfer once DELAYED BY fILIBUSTER Southern Senators Hold Up Confer once Report on Penal Code Bill Washington March 3The penal code bill on a conference report was before the senate during almostthe entire session and was subjected to filibustering tactics on the part of the srainority that resulted almost in no progress being made upon it Mr Heyburn Jn charge of the measure declared that the opposition to the measure was the result of antagonism to the legislative provisions contained in the meaaure for the enforcement of the fourteenth amendment to the constitution on the part of the south era senators The general deficiency bill was passed carrying appropriations total ling more than 19000000 Thi bill was the last of the general supply bills passed by the senate Various conference reports were agreed to so that substantial progress was made 4 in clearing away much of the urgent business before the senate Calls Up Bailey Resolution Washington March 3Todty Senator Aldrifch moved to take upr for consideration the Bailey resolution directing the return of communica tionsfrom heads of departments re ceived by ihEL senate ia response to resolutions calling for infbrmatiou when such responses are accompa nied by the statement that they are forwarded Jby direction of thepres ident The resolution fwa jceJferV red to the committee on rules t Seven Years For Coffey 3ForJerSupervisor victed of accepting a bribe of 4000 to vote for a trolley franchise for the United Railroads was sentenced to seven year imprisonment inthe pen itentiary AgedoriianPcses Away N1lesfOMarch 3yr Mrs Catherine ConHbrs eriJo1igd105oIdestres- i ntmbUl county difid at her- brneMaera1BIdge h t 4c- 4liJ r t t t t T I i 4 1pl CHIEF TOPIC UF CONVERSATIONIn- Siciety Circles is Marriage of Miss Haggard and Mr Cochran I Last Saturday ilThe ch f1ojftc of conversation hi society circles in this today Ure jmaiiriage of Miss Pearl Haggard to Mr A C Cochran of Pittsbnrg Pa at Dawson Pa Saturday Miss Haggard has innumerable friends here and wherever she is known who extend her congratulations and the best of wishes Miss Haggard was appointed sponsor for the State at tlie last reunion of the Confederate soldiers held in Birmingham lastJuno and has a number of friends there She was noted wherever she went for her rare beauty and was often spoken of for her remarkable resemblance of Maxine Elliott Miss Haggard was attending Fair mount Seminary at Washington D CJ vand had gone to Pittsburg to a house party given by a roommate of hers when she met Mr Cochran and they eloped to Dawson and were married Miss Haggard is 20 years of age and her husband is just four days herjunior After the wedding ceremonies the happy couple left for Washington to attend the inauguralceremonies Story of Elopement PITTSBURG Penn March 3 Ala G Cochran twenty twoyear old son of the Western ePunsyjvania coke king A J Cochran has eloped with his schoolday chum Miss Pearl Haggard of Winchester KYJ daugh ter of F H Haggard Young Cochran started to elope about noon Saturday from his fath ers home town Dawson Pn and for the next six hours he kept the au tlioritics of Northern Maryland Wes tern Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio on the jump tQ say nothing of almost tying up the Baltimore and Ohio rail road There was a lot of trouble for the pair of young elopers but they managed to elude all and they were ulciIlMiss Haggard had been visiting friends at Dawsoii and Saturday forenoon she met young Cochran on the streotnnd soon the pair who had been lcit Jpyers at school ivere on a fast B and 0 train bound fort Cum berland Md to get married Some miscreant who saw the pair get on the train telephoned to Papa Cochran who stormed and soon every Constable along the railroad wailing for the train and had wired ahead to have them stopped at the State line of Maryland The future cqkekiug and the Ken tucky belle were blissfuly holding hands when the train reached Con nellsville Here the police gotthem On orders from Mr Cochran they were dragged from the train and threatened with whipping when they got home A drummer who hud hcaid the fuss came and sympathized AVith the cou pie saying it was easy to get mar ried at Youiiffstown Ohio about 125 miles in the other direction Young Cochran said nothing but bought vo tickets to his home at Dawspn then slipped off the train a few stations below with Miss Haggard arid later they boarded a fast westbound trail for Pittsburg They made connections ithJa train for Ohio and five hours from the time the rich coke man had put the police on them they were nina and wife Thev reached Pitlaburg again last night and registered at the Hotel Griswold Young Cochran thought it was too good a joke on the old mau to keen and he sent for newspaper men at midnight and talked with them over the transom from the bridal chamber Go as far as you lige Pearl and I are married now and let those who dont like it shout their h adsoffl said Cochran Writcx thing you please LIMIT OF FINE IS720JO 00 Judge Anderson Reaffirms Formally HisStand in Oil Trust Suit ji lldersonOil Company of Indiana yesterday formally sustained the motion of the defense that the government proceed to try 011 the theory that there iyere thirtysix allegedoffensesthat is that each settlement which an al alseparaThe formal ruling was the same as was made by the court informally last week Under it it will be impossible to fine the company more than 720 000iMr Millers motion to the effect that ifaii y the offense was a single continuingonc was overruled although the court said he would hear further argument lthe yont later if desired V f g7 l r i I C 7 v DYNAMITE Lkills TOW MENS Premature Explosion Destroys Life of a Number of Mine IWorkers v Special to The News S13flII4iitantiMarc1i 3Foiir workmensycrc a here iji aVdia moijd mine Ijy premature explosion of dynamite NEW CONFECTIONERYfOR Mr EM Taylor to Fit Up An Upto Date Store and to Open 4 About April 15 Winchester is to have a strictly up todate confectionary store Mir K JL Tayloivof Louisville son of Mr Taylor ofTaylor and Williams the distillers has rented from Miss Lizzie Taylor the storeroom on Maui street next to jhe Vincliestei Bank and will be ready for business not later than April 15 The stcfrc Ms to bOfltted with the liquid carbonic iceles fountain and the entire fixtures are to be Old Mis jjs 31 Mr Taylor intends to make the ccnfectionry equal ill equipment and fittings hi any other store in the State outside of the big store of Louis ville PROPOSED DRY LAW- AlREADY PREPARED Draft of Bill Which is To Be Present ed at Next Session of Legislature t LEXINGTON Ky Mar 3lheb- ill providing for a proposed alfleiil ment of the State constitution to se cure Statewide prohibition wlric i will be introduced at next session of the General Assembly of KeirtndxV and which was drafted by the late Jcre 11 Morton of 1dtlHight ofVIITrieind restricts the transportation of intoxicants with the borders of the State It provides Olio agency in each county to sell liquor for art mechan ical and medicine purposes dcnatur cd alcohol for industrial uses in lilt iversitics and colleges and nothej caries and requires such rugstores to give bond of 1000 which will be for feited for illegal sale All applications for liquor are re quired to apply in writing stating the purpqse for which the liquor is desired mind prescriptions must be signed by practicing physicians Physicians who prescrjbe liquor when not needed for medicinal purposes are subject to a fine of 200 or impris onment in jail for not TOJ than 30 days for each offense i III case of any violationOf the law by any one connected with a coimty agency imprisonment of not more than one year in the penitentiary is provided SUIT IS COMPROMISED Lexington Lawyer Leaves For Pray idenceR I to Settle 10000 Damage Suit LEXINGTON Ky March 3The mngc suit brought by Mrs Kathe1 Yhite of Hamilton Ohio aggmst the New York New Ha t1lSaac1Thptioid railroad for inju lies received in a collision on that road in October 1907 has been satisfactorily compromised Attorney J Franklin Wallace of this city who brought time suit for Mrs White re ceived notice to that effect today and will leave at qnce for Providence R 1 to arrange a final ettlemcnt The terms of the compromise were not lURpublicf i ri 5JAtV iV Now natureIs not at variance witu art nor art with nature they bsing both the servants of his providence Artt Is the perfection of nature Were the world now as It was the sixth day there werey t a chaos Nature hath mtde 6iie Vbr d and aft another In brief all things are artificial for na turd is the art of GociSir Thomas Browne A Death Each Second The numper of deaths in the world annually ir 33333333 or 91951 per 0r1one= tf ifJ2 LV r iJ DCUErTO I l AN AMBASSADOR MyroiilHerrickCannot Accept Suck Place Because of Business Reasons bpcjcial to The News sii tion of 6rekman Yinthrop to he as sistant Secretary of the Navy My ron T UeiTicK has declined an am bassadorship giving business as his reason BOURBON 8AR WANTS THORNTON FOR JUDGE Unanimously Recommends Versailles Man to Governor For Appointment PARIS Ky March 3At a meet ing of the Bourbon Bar Association held in the county courtroomn tit 10 oclock Judge David L Thornton of Versailles was unanimously recom mended to Governor Willson for ap po tmen tits spe iaf judge to sit itI the Martjh term of the Bourbon Cir cuit Court which convenes hf this city next Monday The action of the irtpeliiig Avjijch WItS presided over Judge Russell Mann was put intJap propriate resolutions a ctfpy of which was lorwarded to the Governor at FrankfortBig Slump in Eggs A bigslump in the egg market oc curred yesterday and today the price paid io farmers declining from 25 cents per dozen to 15 cents per dozen with a disposition upon the part of dealers for lower prices The re ceipts yesterday county court day uurc unusually large Creamery Plant is Sold Time Paris creamery plant which was erected one year ago at a cost of VGOOOi was sold yes aXat publics le to M B Lovell UIG dairyman fop r45550 cash and the balance to suit the purchaser Mr Lovell will move the machinery ttj Ins dairy barn nesli Paris where it be used to pasteurize the mi1Qm his dairy hertty consistingof15cpws An op tion 6h tie creamery pfalltJlllcluding- huilfling Vuul ms beji offered the Paris Novelty Company manu factured 61 ciutrns t1ijoth r house tTljb is due it isiSAiAo the i the cpm to emIr arUl1JrCn lUaititY of IUnkjO keep op Qra- 10lUI 1fto If JA1LED ON MURDER HARGE Jack Prewitt Arrested For Killing C and 0 Conductor LEXINGTON Ky March30n a warrant sworn out by CandO Railroad Detective R B Payne of Ashland the first arrest to date in the shooting on the 0 and B S train last fnesdayat Whitchousc Ky when Capt Prank Blcvins the con ductor rcceivbd a mortal wound and W A Pruitt was dangerouslyshot has been made at Catleltsburg Jack Pniitt son 0fy A Pruitt being takbn into custody The charge against young Pniitt ife willful murder and he is now in jail atr Catleltsburg awaiting examining trial W A Pruilt father of tile boyj and one of time wounded jncn was later 8TTCStCdat tha hospital Other ar rets it is said Avill folow TURNS PHILANTHROPIST John E Madden Willing to Build School For Negro Children LEXINGTON Ky March 3Jolm- E Madden the noted turfman has turned philanthropist for the negro race and now proposes to assist in establishing cOunty High School for the education and improvement of time colored people of Ibis section of Ken tuek 1Jade a proposition to the layette County High School to contribute a liberal sum for such an institution and the erection of a new building provided the board will raise an equal amount The proposed new school Will be lo cated at Cadentown a negro settle 1ousTbe patronized by children of the ne- gro employes of Maddeim- COUNTRY HAMS For sale fine country hams at 17 cents a pound S Rcnaker Sons 22731 WANTlU ENJ j stZr r I 4V4 ta f t tS Havejf you seen the new i STETSON lIATS A 1 W 1 th y for Spring We havethem inourwindow now Every Stetson bears the Stetson Naijie4 Style and Snap I The hat that suits you individually is here Gome in and get that a 1 Stetson today Our assortment of the styles of the season is so large thatitwill be the easiest thing in the world to pick yoursmt It will fit your head and your fancy as well 1 I j We has the Stetson Soft end Dciby Hats in all the latest styles r N Tatch Our Shoe window Friday for diptay of new Spring Half=Shoes I and Shoes McCord Smith Phillips ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS THE MARTS Chicago Catjlc Steers 5 00fi7 10 cows 3 C0fi5 50 heifers 5 23C 00I bulls 53 1Op5 25 stockers aSVl feeders 3 34 95 CalvcB 5008 50 Slioep and Lnmbs Shccp 3 25r 00 lambs n1gS1Cholc3hCybutchers 3 choice liht 55 35 aHl40 paiiklrig si 3iiG4 pljr 5i 255 linnti No 2 rptl 22SM 25 Corn No 3 Oats Np 3 54IEast Buffalo Cnttlcf Export ont tie 006 35 shippinp steers 55 75 C25 butcher chttle 55 50G 25 heifers 54 OO5 75 COVT S3 Oi 25 bulls 3 5- 0tia 25 Calves Ect J10 5011 25 Sheep ami Lambs Mixed sheep 5 605 75 votliers 5 7550 25 owes 5 2O 5 lambs 758 15 yearlings S6757 2- iItosILe1tl1Cfl JO mediums 6 85 6 30 Yorkers G70G pigs 10 roughn 5 75G 00 stags 1i05 00 dtYQdlcatu yeariinKK 507 00 lambs 56 008 HOSSaiixed 6 65 mediums 6 70 heavies 75 Yorkers 65 pigs 56 S5 roughs 55 755 00 stags 5 0- 0i5 25 Pittsburg PaCnttlc Choice 56 30 50 prime S6 30 tidy butchers i5 40Q5 70 heifers 3 505 50 cows bulls anil slug 53 00 T 5 00 fresh cows 23 0050 00 1hlfil Veal Sti 009 50 Sheep ant Lambs Prime wethers 55 80 JEtG 00 good mixed 55 505 75 lambs oofS 00 Hogs Prime heavy hOlts M 906 95t mediums 5S 756 heavy Yorkers 56 C5CIt 75liBht Yorkers 6ID 6 pigs 5 90G 11IBoaton Wool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX 34O35c X 3233c No wash ed 38539 No 2 washed 3S33c fine unwashet i124e Jkhlood combIng 30 Sic 4blfrad combing 23 S80o delaine washpd SS400 drlaine 11fw1I4hs1 lOc Kentucky and Indiana 1ihlood 2930c Iood 2S2DcSCincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 27y l 28 CornNo 2 C7VSC8c Oats No 2 65k5Gc YPNo 2 SS- cLarL0 iiSt 45 Bulk Maats3 iYt Bacon 510 Hogs V 55 05 Cnttlfr52 7503 00 Sheopr2 Qp5 25 Lam1s5 00 R7 75 Toledo Wheat 2S91 cOrn C7ct oats 56o rye Sac cloverseqd 55 TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT BLOODY FIGHT Occurs in Church Between Pastor and Prominent Member PABKRRSBURG Va Maroh iJI theijhtwccn time pastor 0 Rlock rott and one ofthie members W T Cochran former County Superintend lent of Schools The trouble occur red during the evening service the preacher dealiug 6ochrnn several toy riffle blows on the hqad vjth a pokor The latter then struck the pastor a luw reudariug him uucoiiseiqus for a few Jifniutcs Uncle Jerry Too often saia Unclo Jerry Peebles when lhat thorQ thing they call opportunity combbalbug by jocks Its only an opDortunity tu steal some thin RerevIng Hoctfllties Nngley Tve discoverod there is one state iLl which divorce Is wholly unnecessary Mrs Nngley1sharply Which is fhatrNrtglcrhc state of single blessetluess l1u1t rated Sunday Magazine r SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS WANTEDA tinner Willjjay 250 per lay Steady work to good mUll 1 J BLACKBURN 407 E Main st Lexington Ky 32r3t FOR RENTrRooms IMiss CARRIE M WELLS No 60N Maple g2it WA1TEDTcnant to growTh acres of tobacco must give references Address the News office 1 2253t rEnagINCORPORATED WINCHESTER IiYf S5k 5kSMANUFACTURERS OF I Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel i Alluminum Brass and Bronze Vj Castings of ail kinds t i J Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS fAll kinds of Structural FORiSteel Shapes I 2F G CORNELL t Genl ManagerJr coOj r K I J 5S f i 6ti SI Itr i t J r f CLASSIFI COLUMNI ClassifiedPer WordI Onehalf cant per word j ertv in r thou 5 cents per calender nVoiith Nothing counted less thjaa tI SO Words No item charged oia books for less than 25 cerfs There continuous insertions of sama I item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines for1 moref used wit1tione ycar4 Crits line FOR RENT I i 4I 7roou dwelling First avcliS 00 4room dwelling 1iiry 12pQ 5room dwelling Hag rd st iJj 00 Croom dwelling Lex ave 18 6t 6room dwelling Lex are JgQO orooni dwelling Winn avc KE J i fSTHE REAL ESTATE MANf lt FOR SALE OR RENT Two desir able dwellings one on Haggfarcl street the other corner of Bur and Beckner VIP AZBILL 211lmo LOST Black silk scarf found on Maplo street some little time ago Owner can have same by paying for this advertisement and callingAII on Mr A H Sympson iI 21 tf VANTED To take orders for iak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Rome phone 654 112lmo FOR SALE Cheap graphophonei and aboutJJO records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf VANTED Sewing at homO or in families MRS H pDEN 21 Taylor avenue 2l54iuo- WATEDT buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office- 217tfn FOR RENTA flat of lour rooms with bath gas and water DR iI GLENMORE COPIES 217tf WIRE FENCErstill Liiild all kirifls ofwire fence IJ in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNERWim avenue Home phone 541 210if- FOUNDIn front of BrownProc toria a brown belt with gold buckle Can have same by calling akNews office and paying for advertise mont 316tf FOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 217Hf FOR SALEOld papers for saatthis office 2lGtfv WANTEDDay boarders MRS 13 H BRAMBLETT 14 So Manic st 2221oL WANTED A partner to opqn dinor chiut lailoriiig business in tins city Address 164 Washington str ict 2244t FOR SALEFarm of62 acres just out of the southern limits of Winchester Jvy Has upon it a s6ven room dwelling bar i and other out buildings plenty of fruit Or will sell in parcels to suit customer Nice location for suburban homes Ap ply to J NEWT RENAKEK at Peoples State Bank 224Gt FOR RENTFlat of 3 rooms iitlL1 walter and gas corner of jMaplq and Fairfax streets Apply to FIT JACKSON or MRS G SYMPSON 3Mr FOR SALS House of p rodi s on Front street Pdyntpryillc Gash or qasy payments Applylo WILL GOPHER ICcrr s mifl V 3121 itr FOR SALE ICiO fcqfr ofynrcf fence YoA WHITCOMB 2i8s nigh lana 31tf SISee demonstration Sa tyBclft Buckle at Currys 313b lr A FOR SALEA goodo1iosAp- ly at Wows office or ca1l55 r Home phone 22tJtG itlFORBroadway 4tpply JQ itM1S LAURAEcTON t ij32it f r t i 141 IjS r I i t J l L