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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 1 l kr t ast Editioj wS THE WINCHESTER NEWSVOL 1 NO 121 WINCHESTER KY THURSDAY MARCH 4 1909 2 CENTS A COPY A WEEK I RECORDBREAKING CROWD SEES WILLIAM TAFTiti j I SWORN IN AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TSucceeds Roosevelt as Incumbent ofl I Nations Highest OfficeOath ministered at the CapitalCong- ressrnan Sherman Becomes Vice iufInaug- uration r WASHINGTON ISOLATED dltws i WASHINGTON March 4 3p fOlLs today Severe storms being al most unprocedent Thousands are detained at Baltimore and many snore at other points Taft first insisted on carrying out the original program but finally consented to speak in Senate chamber remarking Ialways knew it would be a cold day Presidentraro for clear weather before evening The tempera hire is f freezing w rScvere sleet and snow storm struck ragingat noon in the Senate Chamber Atone oclock the storm was still raging The streets are full of slush and snow but the parade program is being carriedout The wires are down in all directions and the inaugural trains are detained capitoltoda crowdyfend the constitution of the United States thud by so doing became the twentyseventh President of the Unit ed States Immediately after the administra tion of the oath to Mr Taft by Chief Justice Fuller the new President de livered his inaugural address which will be found on another page of to days paper He spoke for pearlan hour and lIning to his escort signified liis iwhdiness to leave the scene oft lauguration for the Yhite louse iii t1icial residence luring the COlll rr rng years A way was cleared for the new president and entering his carriage and escorted by his cavalry guard he was driven down Pennsylvania avenue to the executive mansion From onr1 VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN the face of the buildings nothing could be seen of thq avenue for the mile that Ijes between the Capitol and the White House but a mass of jammed progtwave of cheering Taftlindbefp re proceeding to the grand stand at the court of hpjinr to revjew the f t f rA i r t 1 ft1 v ijrt r inaugural parade With the passing of the marching thousands before the new president the display of fire worlts in the rear of the White House eveninginaugural Beginning of the Ceremonies As far as President Taft and his predecessor Mr Roosevelt were con corned the day began with breakfast at the White House where Mr and Mrs Taft have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Roosevelt By 10 oclock all was made ready for the procession from the White House to the Capitol Accompanied by President Roosevelt and escorted by a veteran guard com manied by General O O Howard Mr Taft was driven up gayly bedecked Pennsylvania avenue which was already crowded On their arrival at the Capitol Mr Taft and Mr Roosevelt proceeded at once to the senate chamber to witness the Inauguration of Vice President Sherman Before the entry of the president elect who preceded the retiring president into the senate chamber the room was filled to overflowing with govern mont dignitaries assembled to witness the administration of the oath of of fice to Mr Sherman Crowded within Its doors were the members of the senate both new and old the mem bers of the house of representatives the justices of the United States su preme court the members of the dip lomatic corps the heads of tao execu tive departments high officers of the army and navy and others Sherman Sworn In When all the witnesses to the ceremony were assembled Vice President Fairbanks rose and called the session of the senate to order After a brief valedictory address in which ho thanked the senators for the courtesy and respect shown to him during his term of office Mr Fairbanks called to his rostrum the vice presidentelect James Schoolcraft Sherman of New York and the crowd standing admin istored to him the oath and turned over to him the gavel that is the out ward symbol of the authority attaching to his new office The first official act of the new vice president as pre siding officer of the senate was to call the senate to order and direct the re cently elected members to come for ward and take the oath This accom plished Vice President Sherman de clared the senate adjourned for the time being Led by the sergeantsatarms of the senate and house the members of the two houses and the other officials marched through the corridors of the Capitol to the inaugural stand that lad been erected at the east portico As the retiring chief executive and his successor appeared at tho main door of the Capitol and proceeded to walk to the front of the stand toward Chief Justice Fuller who with Bible in hand awaited Mr Taft the troops massed in front of the stand and drawn up on two sides presented arms and a cheer rose from the crowd that extended as far as one could see from the stand The was very quiet as Mr Taft crowdI the words of the oath after Fuller and their voices were plainly heard accompanyMrIn accordance with his previously an nounced plans after the inauguration ceremonies he left the Capitol for the railroad station where heV and Mrs Roosevelt took an early train for New York It is his intention to devote his time to the preparations for his coming trip to the African wilds Protection For New President Custom requires the president of the United States to take the oath of office and deUlir the inaugural art j 1 PRESIDENT TAFTRSS r dress in the open air and Mr Vaft did not depart from the custom Ilow ever in deference to the protests of those who believed that his health should not be endangered by the March air more than was absolutely necessary the stand upon which he reviews this afternoons parade js partly inclosed in glass thus affording his considerable shelter It is a wear isome task to watch marching bodies of men pass for several hours and acknowledge their salutes but there is little doubt that President Taft will display as few signs of fatigue to night as did his rough riding prede cessor four years ago The taking of the oath is the only really essential part of the inaugura comparaivisiting Washington can assemble be fore the Capitol within seeing dis tance For the rest the inaugural pa rade and the inaugural ball are the great features of the occasion For four hours this afternoon the oldiers sailors and civilians will march down Pennsylvania avenue and past the presidential reviewing stand in front of the White House President Tafts executiveof Cleveland 0 known in Washing ton and elsewhere as the black horse troop Big Parade Begins March While President Taft and lIisguests had luncheon in the White House the parade waited As soon as he made his appearance on the reviewing stand the grand marshq of the pa rade General J Frankm Boll1 chief of staff of the United States army gave the command to march and the procession began to move PjJHt the stand J Leading the great parade are the regular troops include JeV Mist Point cadets Then come in turn ifl j h marine corps and the jackies of thb navy the filter including the men of the hatt nip fleet which circumnavi gated P u world After them come the multi organizations and the civilian bodies wind up the procession For several days the paradars have been pouring into town by thousands To days parade is declared to be by all marchedIture of it is receiving generous ap plause from the people who pack the sidewalks of Pennsylvania avenue and fill every window on that historic thoroughfare Tonights Two Attractions Tonight will hold two attractions for the visiting thousands The first fireworlsiwill be the ball The inauguration managers have announced that the fireworks display will excel any ever willjfire the features of the incoming nnd outgong presidents a battle between aerial warships floral displays and other exhibitions of the pyrotechnic art e Continued on Page 8J PUBLIC SALE OF STOCKS RRICESiSatisfactory Figures Are Realized By Mrs Bettie Todd cropofTier Wine on the Muddy Creek pike wnsnttilnlcl by a large cipwtl and satisfactory prices were mutlWlSfioiiedi R Wttts Ji- t r fitV s c f SAYS BASEBALL TEAM WILL WIN PERMANT Mr Jack Pence Knows All the Play ers and Thinks They Are a Fine Lot of Men Miv Jack Ponce of Bowling Green who is to have charge of the new soda fountain that is to be installed in Dutys drug store arrived this week to take up his new duties Mr Pence is personally acquainted with nearly every member dt the Vin Chester baseball team and has seen they play He says they are all fine boYs and splendid players and believes they will have no trouble in win ning the pennant in the Blue Grass League this season 10G MEN FROM FORDr About forty log men from Ford passed through this city Thursday route toI3cattyville hey arrived in the city over the early L and N train and left for Beatbvvillc- on the S 12 Lexington and astern HE KNOWS A GOOD THING LEXINGTON Ky March 4Itw- as reported5 today on apparently good authority that ProfT H Scherffius has accepted the position reorganizer of the tobacco depart ment of the Transvall in South fricaunder4he British Government at a salary of 5000 a year and will sail rom Nev Yyrkfor the country in April v fe V 1 J y Y sjt MANAGER HORN IS TO BE HERE Thursday Night to Talk Over Base ball With Officials of the Club jIr Newton Horn of Nashville Tenn who will captain and manage the Winchester baseball team this season will arrive in the city Thurs day night Sir Horns visit here at this time isfor the purpose of meeting with the officials of the club and going Over the list of players and per preoparatory to the opening of the season here April 27 Mr Horn will probably bring his men here about April 10 to begin practice While here Mr Horn wi be located at the BonvnProctoria SECOND MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL Will Be the Greatest Event of the Kind Ever Held in the South Tire second biennial May music festival to beheld in Louisville May 7 and 8 at the First Regiment Ar mory will give to the South the great musical event which it has even en joyed A greater number of artists of iIlternatibnalfame has been en gage than ever before and the scope of the festival is of larger magnitude than hitherto undertaken It has been announced nevertheless that prices for the festival will lower 0 thin before so that the attend ance is expected to break records The attractions arc impressive Walter Damrosch has been reengag ed and will come to Louisville with his full New York Symphony Orches tra The artists incude three grand opera stars Fremstad Riqcarde Mar tip the celebrated tenor who has bee filling Caruso roles in the Metropol iran this season find Corinne Rider Kelsey the noted soprano Besides these there will be Spalding the talented young violinist Germainte Schnitzer referred to as the feminine Padcrewski Rood Miller the oratorio tenor Madame Van del Vee contralto and Gustave Holmquist tIl wonderful bass baritone besides two other basses yet to be engaged The ohoral features will be a big part of the festival for the chorus will number 350 well trained voices representing the best singers Kentucky mal Southern Indiana produce drilled by George B Gookin- Their work will include one complete grand opera Aidu which is to b given in concert form Sir Iluber- Parrys Pied Piper of Hamelin S ColeridgeTaylors Death of Min nehaha and Dr Henry Smarts Bride of Dunkerron None of tires has ever been heard in this section before In addition there will be a childrcns chorus of 500 which will be a feature of the Saturdaymatinee CHICKEN THIEVES SPEEDILY ARRESTED Officer Tanner Apprehends Broke Into Nev Blake mores Place The chicken house of Xev Blake more was broken into Tuesday night and several chickens were taken Officer Tanner arrested Rich Curry an- Neal I Rome five negroes on tin charge Thursday t1onl oap the chickeiis were found at Currys eating house in Bucktown The trials will be held Thursday night in Police Court y s j ti T4rt Ti WEATHER Fair TewlAkt Wrr FridayI IMtifrS Wednesday morniijgcn c Negroe- Who MRBLACELLV PASSES AWAY One of Oldest Citizens of Clark County Dies At An Ad vanced Age i Mr Schuyler Blackwell one of the oldest citizens of this county antique father of one of the largest families in the community died at his home iu this city Wednesday morning after an illness of long duration of consumption and the infirmities due to his advanced age Mr Blackwell was 72 years of age and had been a resident of Clarkrcounty for more than 40 He was the father of eleven childfen nine of whom are still living The stir IivivoIs are Dillard James Marshall Miss Lida and Mrs Emma Kate Crews of this city and Walter Willis and Wallace of Lexington and Schuyler of Bourbon county Until Mr Blackwells advanced age and declining health necessitated his retiring from business he was one of the most prosperous and widely known farmers in the county and was held in high esteem by all who knew him The funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 oclock at the First Baptist church and will be con ducted by Rev Richard French The burial will take place in the Win Chester cemetery The Pallbearers are the following Dillard Blackwell MarshallBlack well Schuyler Blackwcll Walter Blackwell Willis BlaeJcwJll Wallace Blackwell PICTURE THEATER IS NEARLY mm Arched Metal Ceiling is Being Put in and New Lights In stalled pictureutheatre that is to be located in the Auditorium Skating Rink is progressing rapidly and will be ready for the opening April 1 An arched mewl ceiling is being put in just above tp gallery and new lights are being installed andeverything is being put in first class order The theatre when prettiesteand must uptodate in Central Kentucky AUTOMOBilE GARGAGE READYs intGood Machinist n JThe new automboile garage that s to be located in the Matt Bean build rapidJYIwill be ready for business by the mid die of March Mr Owens who will run the garage has ordered several new machines and they are expected to arrive inn few days Some of these machines will be used for renf and the remaindcr will be put up for sale Nothing but the very best make usedSCAN sip AT LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE Ky March 4Au nouncemenf is made today by the Central Passenger Association to the effect that Louisville has been made a tenday stopover point After April 1 anyone purchasing a railroad ticket through Louisville will be priv ileged to stop hre for 10 days if fee so desires Louisville now joins Cin jcinriati Detroit 4St Louis Cleveland andother cities OB thin favored tint I 9 VVVS Tni I tw i 7rIi ii 0 y i 1 r l hnWINCHESTER NEWS SUN MAiWMON TUE WED TIII1 FRI SAT 123456I 1S 91O1112iW 1141510 I1s 19Ot- p 2122232 252 27 tr 2829 30 31a flzDIRECTORY r lj IiKentucky According to the last census Ken tucky has a population of 2147174 Tbe area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State asa rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the con struction of railroads and the development of our resources for many yearsThe early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River andSouth of th Cumberlaud MouiJains In those days there was only kNljmited demand for coal and lumber 1 that the demand has in creased t would seem that a kind providence has held in reserve our utilvwities until a are needed by the coontiOur supply f timber is limiut there is enough to last lorrnnany years to come We have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square mites Other minerals await development Natural gas and oil in paying quantifies are being developed lin many localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky than m other States in pro portion to population Good people regardless of politics or religion are always welcome Clark County Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop franchises12O047Q irate for all county purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has cx tensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across tie county Chesapeake Ohio Louisville Nashville and Lexington Eastern Blue Grass is a natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and clover dan be raised with profit Cprn r wheat rye and oats arc the grain crops fob cco is raised in large quantitiesAll that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profit The census of 1900 gave the population at 16694 Circuit Court iFirst Monday in A rilsecond Monday September first Monday in December J M Benton Judge j B A Crutcher Attorney County Court Fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court Third Tuesday hi each month County Officers d l JtH Evans Judge SAk JefMss Attorney i Howar Hampton Shel LeEvans Deputy JoinBidford Deputy if A Boone CpntyQler jVlRoger Quisenb rry As esi5ortr i r At 1 Ji1 j f tJF l oli tn 0trt W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Rehick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J J3 Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F F Goodpaster Seventh district Loa E Wills Winchester County scat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5964 The city has aver aped the corporate limits and ow has a population of near ten thou sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Lick ing Rivers has water works elec tric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at Winchester The fire de partment is one of the best in the StateISThe assessed valuation of all prop erty including franchises 4692499 The tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty cents for nity and fifty cents for schools I The C 0 L Nand L E railroads center at Winchester the geographical location and shipping facilities make the city a desirable lo cation for factories New concerns are given five years exemption from taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasuro in giving information fi Officers J A Hughes Mayor- S B Tracy Clerk F If Haggard Attorney F P Pendleton Judge Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor v ear I Brinegar Coroner N H Witherspoon Treasurer Police Chief Mai Tarpy Deputies Carral Azbi3 Alberi Tanner John Ballard Board of Council First wiirdShirley Hadden W P Hackett Second wardA R Martin T L Todd Third ward Doc Pigg J Q Boone Fourth wardJ D Jones Fifth wardG D MeCulluin Sil- Tinclli Board of Education- G W Strother President C H Rees Secretary H W Scrivjner Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cornett W A Adamsr Ki Allan James Hisle Zena Bruce N K Foster Fire Department A R Baldwin Chief Jno W Harding Secretary rAffectation Affectation isthat spirit which prompts you to say to your guest Do ybu care for cream in your coffee when you know right well that its milk youarepassing and mighty thin milk at that Lithographic stone Quarry Stones Which are used by the lithog raphers all over the world iu making colored pictures are found In a little district not more than four or five nearNuremborghas gone on there for imbrd than a vcentury V L t r Ii w Winchester Opera House ATU R O A YMatinee and IlTicyh7 111t tL 6tflThe WAYlli CQmpany Present the JBSgj Musical Comedy e TH ENH ITE HAT9 J Complete In Every OetallWI r Select COmpany of Thirty THe famous American Beauty 3C 30 00 00People Including Cyprus OF SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS Elaborate Costumes Seeoery Effects Sanse as Origjnal New York Production Special Matinee 15e and 25c Night Prices 25e S5c 50e and 75c Seats on sale Thursday at usaul place at 900 a rri liI E A rXaIo V fl J VALUABLE POSTAL INFCViMATlON J S McKinley of Orient Ohio president of the Qhio State League of Postmasters has prepared and issued the following information with regard to the postal service and how the people may help When you address your letters or cards with a lead pencil see that the address is plainly written Most letters lost are improperly addressed j you had better use a pen and inIt When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the town cor reedy Many postofllces have similar names Dont write Gin for Cincinnati or Col for Columbus When you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and post mark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur Your address Do not put writing in nowspapersj r packages if you do tike matter be comes firstclass mail and you must pay letter postage two cents an ounce or you are liable to a fine of 10 Written or typewritten letters placed in unsealed envelopes are subject to the saiwl rate of postage as when scaled two cents an ounce Post cards in transparent onftj lopes will go at the rate of one cent if unsealed provided there is nothing more tha nthe address of the one to receive it and and the name of the sender Stamp must he placedon envelope and not on card when en closed in transparent envelope Post cards containing writing and inclosed in transparent envelope whether sealed or unsealed must bear a twocent stamp and the stamp must be placed on the envelope instead of the card Send money by postoflice money order for if it is sent in this manner iflost iu time mails the Post Office De partment will issue you another order Send valuable papers or merchandise by firstclass registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 25 Patrons of postofiice can get hotter service by renting a box If you have a box the postmasters work is lightened and your mail isnot handledor looked over like it is in the general delivery The Post Office Depart ment makes greatlconveniences for you so do not hesitate to help in re turnWhen you mail a letter or package see that it is substantially done up The rapid handling of the moils some times destroys a poor envelope or covering of a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and pdstoffice on the package and if not delivered it will be returned to you but you will have to repay the post age unless it is firstclass When you move to another post office notify the postmaster from your former posfoffice to forward your mail and notify the publishers of your papers that you have chang ed your postoflice Letters from the pension agency eau be delivered only to the person to whom addressed or to some mem ber of his or her family especially authorized to receive the mail If you have friends visiting you have their mail sent in your Care Use an ordinary size envelope and have on it your return card if it is not delivered it will be returned to- oyou end not S Ito the Pead Letter Office as thousands of letters do If you receive a letter bv mistake and it is not yours dont open it but return it promptly and if you do opens write on envelope opened by mistake and sign your name TRYA fiEWS AN r AnYERTiSEMENT r u t TO LIVE APART UNDER ONE ROOF Chicago Judge Arranges House to Keep Hucband and Wife Separate ChicagoUnique advice In a divorce case was given by Judge Honore when after Intimating that he would grant absolute divorce he ordered the husband and wife to live In one house but separated entirely by partitions Judge Honore himself has assumed the office of architect and has designed a plan by which the couple may live under the same roof yet never meet The case was that of Mrs Hans A Aarup against her husband charging Inebriety and ill treatment The case has been In the courts since June 1907 Judge Honofe decided that Mrs Aarup and her three children Anna William and Edward must be given a separate residence from the father However he admitted the equity of the father In the twostory frame home built by his toll Since they decline to live where they might meet even on the stairs the judge himself has arrang for a solution of the problem Mrs Aarup LIi g to the decision will eook hMiUsbands meals and sendj them1 through a trap door and he r st contrrIb toward the support of the family4t- The map which Is offered In evi areIfloor over may the shop are three a sittingroom and a kitchen ring seems that some arrangement be made whereby he may occu the bedroom in the rear over the and still use the shop and the one room The family may occupy the sitIbo built from that one bedroom to the shop This will obviate the de fendants having to go through that part of the house occupied by the rest of the family An arrangement rimy bo made whereby they may have separate entrances There might be a separate stairway- VALENTINES AMUSE HORSE Animal Can Hardly Be Coaxed Away From Store Display Holland Mich Henry Vander Ploeg secretary of the Holland Merchants association proprietor of Hol lands leading book store is the small est business man in size in the city measuring just four feet four inches but Is big on story telling He de clared this one Is true even though It sounds fishy Upon tho approach of St Valentines day Henry naturally made his show window so attractive that all time school children who passed his store stopped and viewed the variety of valentines displayed The strangest fea ture of all however occurred when a horse which was left unhitched at the curb and while his owner had entered a near by store walked up to the win dow and admired thelace valentines It was with great difficulty and con siderable coaxing that the animal was finally constrained to back up but just as he turned aWay the horse caught a glimpse of the comics and throw ing up his head in genuine merriment let go a hearty horse laugh Henry Is IncliJitS to believe that the animal would still be standing there had not his master insisted on resuming his journey The British Press Not a little world wisdom lies in tho conduct of tho British press Its managers do not let their instincts foi news run away with their appreciation of how things said in heat look incold print to the world abroad They do not furnish arrows for the quivVirs of their foreign critics Boston Transcript introduce Method More time is the usual exclama tion even by those who have all the time there Is They 1ihouJcUjbethink Ihemseivesabout more oo Qr use waste lessjtImetjrWitfHdlowB p1Ji iJLo s n A Paid up 7 i Will give attend to all to J IX K Tv F V Pies J Po Asst Taxation ah to be envied for freedom from the burden of taxation They not one cent in taxes either or and as for the custom house it is non existent so far as they are No duty is In re lean We are all and very often see but one side of a matter our views are not to all that has a with it From this defect I think no man is free Ve see in part and we know but In and it is no wonder we con elude not right our partial views Old Heads on Young Our children are more Independent It Is not the of the parents nor of the children wo are not careless and they are not un Tho of life aro for the torn youth Vienna Happy Manners are the happy dc Ing things each once astrokeroI genius or of love lOW repeated and Into usage + 4 r the Wheel so that it will be as good as new if you send your here No matter how damaged it may be we can restore it ii anyone can Our repairing is growing more pop ular among carriage owners Do you think that would be the case unless our work was more than unusually good T STROTHER SCOTT Inn Citizefis National Bank Capital 00000 Surplus 42000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS youcourteous treatment and promptly and carefully business entrusted us Sihipsou PresA Hampton Cashier Phillips W miter CasbierJ Ambassadors Ambassadors their disburse directly indirectly concerned whatever charged etcthatShortSighted shortsighted extended connection but part therefore from John Locke Shoulders growing fault grateful conditions responsible Familien Zeitung Mannert waysof hardened f Wei Mend carriage badly everyday Raised on It Cattle raised on our feed are seldom sick They thrive and grow fat We handle no inferior stuff Our stock in eludes best varieties of grain and fed and we cnn supply all your wants in that line at the very lowest prices We enjoy a reputation for reliability and endeavor to live up to it- IMPLEMENTS ofalt Kinds J R rtlartin Coal and Supply Co o Capitaltooooo I Undivided Profits 160000 THE IWinch 09 orI- i for Bank WINCHESTER KY J t NtH WITHERS POQN PRESIDENT W R SPHAR r CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR GGGUMTS StrchUnctMr are uddoubt a greater ruischiefthan despair- Denham s- tr 7i t J x rtu t CALL ON- NELSONJiielraosferMaQ l 1yourOFFICEHome Plume 84- Piifllit Phone 339 h Conkwright Trahsfar and lea Co Crating Handling and Hauling Furniture Pianos Etc a Specially NO North Main Street Both Phones WUNCHESTER IT ILORIN6 Cd9MAAN- M so HMCKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING APJD- DYEIHG A SPECIALTY W Cor lInin and Fnirfnv HASAN GASOLJNE AS AND Enqines SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL- Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES tIJAOAN GAS ENGINE MFG CUel 1INCORPORATED i JWINCHESTER J PROFESSIONALCARDS y J M ST iSON Attorney At Lay C0 S Mn Wi nchesterKy fiDLE1 are ztiH 5S S t Attorneys At Lw u f S Main SL Wnchas r fv- sSscE DI GILBERT BQTT0- f r FORfFresh 6 FIsb Vegetables Country Produce 5 10IK PHONES OPERA HOUSE BL- OCKGARAGE r0 Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage witha nice Waiting Room for Ladies v ChasHagdn i1 Winchester JKy Cor Broadway and Hi hInd f SUBSCRIBE FQR HEWj I It1 5 tL- c t I I t 4fS J FjS5Ial 4 f q1 ttS5fSSS rt 1s sI I THE WINCHESTER NEWS i t PIII Tre 13FTS1L I t 1 ADDRESS I Outlines t POliCY of Adhlinistrati 9 1 PRAISE FOR ROOSEVELT i i Speech Begins With Advocacy Predecessors Reforms MY QOESTIQHS TOUCHED t y Incoming Presidents Ideas on Trusts and Other Matters aj My Fellow Citizens Aay one wh- o1ta1tes the oath I have just taken must feel a heavy weight of responsibility If mot ho has no conception of the powers and duties of the office upon winch he is about to enter or he ift 1 lacking in a proper sense of the obliga tion which the oath imposes t The office of an inaugural address is to give a summary outline of the main policies of jttie new administration so far as they can be anticipated I have had the honor to be one of the ad- vigors of my distinguished predecessor and as such to hold up his hands in the reforms he has Initiated I should be Hin true to myself to my promises and to the declarations of the party 4 platform upon which I was elected to I I did not make the mainte n4mid enforcement of thoso reforms a most important feature of my administration They were directed to the suppression of the lawlessness and allison of power of the great combina tions of capital invested in railroads 5aijul In industrial enterprises carrying on interstate commerce The steps which my predecessor took and the legislation passed onliis recommOnda tion have accomplished much have caused a general halt in the vicious policies which created popular alarm and have brought about In the bus ness affected a much higher regard for existing law Further Action Needed To render the reforms lasting how ever and to secure at the same time freedom from ularm on the part of those pursuing proper and progressive business methods further legislative and executive action are needed Re lief of the railroads from certain re strictions of the antitrust law have been urged by my predecessor and will be urged by me On the other hand the administration is pledged to legIs- lation looking to a proper federal supervision and restriction to prevent ex- ccssive Issues of bonds and stocks by companies owning and operating inter state cbmuiercerallroads Then tOQ a reorganization of the de partment of justice of the bureau of corporations in the department of com mcrce and labor and of the Interstate- commerce commission looking to cffec jujRv cooperation of these agencies Is to secure a more rapid and cor thin enforcement of the laws affectI ing Interstate railroads and Industrial comblnatlonsS I hope to fro able to submit at the 1 first regular session of the incoming I congress in December next definite F suggestions in respect to the needed amendments to the antitrust and the Interstate commerce law and the I changes required In the executive departments concerned in their enforce I ment VGbcdahd Bad Trusts It is believed that with the changes to be r recommonded American busi ness can be assuredof that measure of stability and certainty In respect to thosothlngs that may be done and those that are prohibited which is essential to the life and growth of all business Such a plan must include the right of the people to avail them selves of those methods of combining capital and effort deemed necessary to reach the highest degree of economic efficiency at the same time differenti ating between combinations based upon legitimate economic reasons and I those formed with the intent of creat ing monopolies and artificially control ling prices The work of formulating into prac tical shape such changes is creative Work of the highest order and reqrjJiwIh all the deliberation in th 5terval 1 believe that the amendajieiks to be proposed re just as ucceyia the protection of legitimate bu ja8in the clinching of thereformWcIt prOPeriY bear the nIl1he otmy bile cessor iRtviiionof tste Tariff A ftttCir sf tslngtahetfjft the revision of the tari fii- accortlance t with the promises ot ito pliitfoimunon which 1 was elected I 31vtl1 ef11 congress into extra S j tnIrorley act This fehould secure an adequate revenue and adjust the duties in such a manner as to afford to labor and to all industries in this country whether of Ute farm mine or factory protection by tariff equal to the differ ence between the cost of production abroad and thecost of production here and have a provision which shall put into force upon executive determina tion of certain facts a higher or maximum tariff against those countries whosa trade policy toward us equitably requires such discrimination It is thought that there has been such a change in conditions since the enactment of the Dingley act drafted On a similarly protective principle that the measure of the tariff above stated will permit the reduction of rates in certain schedules and will require the ad vancement of few If any The proposal o revise the tariff made in such auauthoritative way as to lead the business community to count upon it necessarily halts all those branches of business directly affected and as these are most Im portant it disturbs the whole business of the country It Is imperatively necessary therefore that a tariff bill bQ drawn in good faith In accordance with promises made before the eke tion by the party In power and as promptly passed as due consideratipn will permit Inheritance Tax Advocated In the making of a tariff- bill the prime motive is taxation and the se curing thereby of a revenue Due largely to the business depression which followed the financial panic of 1907 the revenue from customs and other sources has decreased to such PARADE ON an extent tfiit The for the current fiscal year will exceed the receipts by 100000000 It is impera tire that such deficit shall not con tlnue and the framers of the tariff bill must of course have in mind the total revepues likely to be produced by and so arrange the duties as to secure an adequate Income Should be impossible to do so by import duties new kinds of taxation must be adopt ed and among these I recommend a graduated inheritance tax as corree in principle and as certain and easy of collection Government Economy Urged The obligation on the part of those responsible for the made to carry on the government to be economical as possible and to make the burden of taxation as light as pos sible is plain and should be affirmed in every declaration of government pol icy This is especially true when we are face to face with a heavy deficit But wlen the desire to Win the popular approval leads to the cutting off of really needed to make the government effective and to en able to accomplish Its proper objects the result is as much to be condemned as the waste of funds in unnecessary expenditure In the department of agriculture the use of scientific on a large scale anti the spread of information derived from them for the improvement of general agriculture must go- OB The supervising business of great railways and industrial combinations and the aecesskry inves tigation and of unlawful ftS business methods are another necessary tax upon government which diLl t noV exist half century ago I Proper Forms of Expenditure The putting into force of laws which shall secure the conservation of our resources so far as they be with In thp jurisdiction of the federal government including the most important work of saving and restoring our for ests and the great improvement ofia- tcrways ate all prop r functions which must Involve large expenditure if properly performed While some of them like the reclama payIIndirect benefit that this cannot be ex pected of them A permanent im provement like the Panama canal should be treated as a distinct enter prise and should be paid for by the proceeds of bonds the issue of which will distribute its cost between the present and future generations in ac cordance with the benefits derived It seriousIdeepening and control of the channel of a great river system like that of the Ohio or of the Mississippi when defi nite and practical plans for the enterprise have been approved and deter should not be provided for same way Then too there are expenditures of government absolutely necessary if our country Is to maintain its proper place among the nations of the world and is to exercise its proper influence in de fense of Its own trade interests in the maintenance of traditional American policy against the colonization of Eu ropean monarchies in this hemisphere and in the promotion of peace and In ternational morality refer to the cost of maintaining a proper army a WILLIAM TTDELiVERINGms JHATIGUiiAL ADDRESS IJKAUGTJEAL PENNSYLVANIA expeiiclIFures expenditures expenditures government experiments Importancevof prosecution government minequpQn prdper navy arid suitable fortifications upbn the mainland of tile United Strftes anti In Its dependencies Tho Army and Navy We should have an army so organized and officered as to be capable time of emergency in cooperation lin the national militia and under the provisions of a proper national volunteer law rapidly to expand into a force sufficient to resist all probable Invasion from abroad and to furnish a respectable expeditionary force if necessary in the maintenance of our traditional American policy which bears the name of President Monroe Our are in a state ofonly partial completeness and the number of men to man them is Insuffl clqht In a few however the usual annual appropriations for our coast defenses both on the mainland and in the dependencies will make them sufficient to resist all direct at tack and by we may hope that the men thattme will be pro wiLled as a adjunct The distance of our from Europe and Asia of coursp reduces the necessity for maintaining under arms a great army but it does not take away the requirement of mere prudence that we should have an army suffi ciently large and so constituted as to Jforra a nucleus out of which a suitable force can qulcklj grow What has been said of the army may be affirmed in even more emphatic way of the navy A modern njivy cannot be improvisc It must bot built and In existence when the emergency arises which calls for its L1d1StIngUIShed predecessor Iiairi magy spegclies and messages set out with great force and striking lapguagc the necessity for maintaining a strong navy commensu rate with the coast line the govern mental resources and the foreign trade of our nation and I wish to reiterate all the reasops which he has presented In for Of the7 policy of maintaining a strong navy as the best conservator of our peace with other and the best mennyof securiijg respect for the assertion 6 r our rights the defense of otir interests and the exercise of our Influence In International matters Must Arm as Other Nations Do Our international policy Is always to promote peace We shall enter into any war with a full consciousness of the awful consequences that it always entails whether successful not and we of course shall make every effort consistent with national honor and the highest national interest to avoid a resort to arms We favor every instru mentality like that of The Hague tribunal and arbitration treaties made with a view to Its use In all interna tional controversies in order to maintain peace and to avoid war But we should be blind to existing conditions and should allow ourselves to become foolish Idealists if we did not realize that with all the nations of the world armed and prepared for war we must be ourselves in a similar condition in order to prevent other nations from taking advantage of us and of our In ability to defend our Interests and as sert our rights with a strong hand In the International controversies that are likely to arise In the orient grow ing out of the question of the open door and other issues the United States can mliitttaln her inter ests Intact and caiiv secure respect for her just demands Siie will not be ttble to do sOj however if it isU 1d rI H AvrvNrrrR SCENE OF a it It as it a I so fortifications yet a or s100d that nffi intends to bnc1 up her assertion of right and her do fense of her Interest by anything but mere verbal protest and diplomatic note For these reasons the expenses of the army and navy and of coast defenses should always be considered as something which the government must pay for and they should not be cut off through mere consideration of econ omy Our government is able to af ford a suitable army and a suitable navy It may maintain them without the slightest danger to the republic or the cause of free institutions and fear of additional taxation ought not to change a proper policy inthis regard Protection For Our Citizens Abroad The policy of the United States in the Spanish war and since has giver It a position of influence among the nations that it never had before and should be constantly exerted to securing to its bona fide citizens whether native or naturalized respect for them as ueh in foreign countries Vp shoull make every effort to prevent humil fating and degrading prohibition against any of Our citizens wishing temporarily y sojourn in foreign coun tries because trace or religion The Japanese Question The admtesitm of Asiatic immigrants who cannot b inlgnmatcd with our population has Ofl made the uibiect either of prohi ry clauses In our treaties und t s or Of strict ilti mlnlstrative lnion secured by dip lomatlc negotlrJ I sincerely hop that we muyue to minimize fop evils likely tfrom such Immigration wlthnecessary frktion u b LJLiesion hetwecu 0 sell respecting governments Meantime we must taKe every precaution to prevent or failing that tppunishout bursts of nice fooling among pie against foreigners of whatever im tionality who have by our grant a treaty right fo pursue lawful business here and tb be protected against lawless assault or injury This leads me to point out a serious defect ill the present federal Jurisdic tion which oughtt bo remedied at once Having assured to other countries by treaty the protection of our laws for such of their subjects or citi zeus as tve permit to come within our jurisdiction we now leave to a state or a city not under the control of the federal government the duty of performing our international obligations In this respect By proper legislation we may and ought to place in the hands of the federal executive tho means of enforcing the treaty rights of such aliens in the courts of the federal government It puts our government In a pusillanimous position to make definite engagements to protect aliens and then to excuse the failure to per form those engagements by an expla nation that the duty to keep them is In states or cities not within our control If we would promise we must put ourselves In a position toperform our promise We cannot permit the possi bib failure of justice due to local preju dice In any state or municipal govern went to expose us to the risk of a war which might be avoided if federal jurisdiction was asserted by suitable legislation by congress and carried out by proper proceedings Instituted by the executive In the courts of the na tional governmentS CHangeOne out during the incoming administration IS a change of our monetary and banking iaws so as to secure greater elasticity in the forms of currency available for trade and to prevent the limitations of law from operating to increase the em barraSsiuents of a financial panic The monetary commission lately appointed existingidies and will doubtless suggest one that will meet the requirements of business and of public interest We may hope that the report will embody neither the narrow view of those who believe that the sole purpose of the new system should be to securo a large return on banking capital nor of those who would have greater expansion of currency with little regard to provisions for its immediate redemption or ultimate security There Is no subject of econom ic1 discussion so intricate null so likely to evoke differing views and dogmatic statements as this one The commis sion in studying the general influence of currency on business and of business on currency have wisely extended their investigations in European banking and monetary methods The information that they have derived from such QxpertS as they have found abroad will undoubtedly be found helpful in the solution of the difficult problem they have in hand Favors Postal Savings Banks The incoming congress should promptly fulfill the promise of the Republican platform and pass a proper postal savings bank bill It will not be unwise or excessive paternalism The promise to repay by the government will furnish an Inducement to savings deposits which private enter prise cannot supply and at such a low rate of interest as not to withdraw custom from existing banks It will substantially increase the funds avail able for Investment as capital In useful enterprises It will furnish the absolute security which makes the proposed scheme of government guar anty of deposits so alluring without its pernicious results Ship Subsidies Advocate- di sincerely hope that the incoming congress will be alive as it should bo to the importance of our foreign trade and of encouraging it in every way feasible The possibility of increasing this trade in the orient in the Philip pines and in South America is known 0 overy one who has given the matter attention The direct effect of free trade between this country and the Philippines will be marked upon our sale of cottons agricultural machinery and other manufactures The necessity of the establishment of direct lines of steamers between North and South America has been brought to the attention of congress by my predecessor find by Mr Root before and after his noteworthy visit to that continent add sincerely hope that congress may be induced to see the wisdom of a tenta tive effort to establish such lines by the use of mail subsidies iThe Importance which the department of agriculture and of commerce and labor may play in ridding the markets of Europe of prohibitions and discriminations against the importation of our products is fully under stood and it is hoped that the use of the maximum and minimum feature of our tariff law tp be soon passed will be effective to remove many of those restnictloUsS Lock Canal Plan Defended The Panama canal will have a most important bearing upon the trade between the eastern and the fur western sections of our countryand will greatly increase the facilities for transportation between the eastern and the western seaboard and may possibly revolutionize the transcontinental rates with respect to bulky men chandise It will also have a most beneficial effect to increaso the trade between the eastern seaboard of the United States dad the waiterm coast pf South America and indeed with some of the Important pbctsof the east coast of South Americ reefced bj rmfk frtmt1icwict coM Tie work on tin miilta making theste tisfactory progress The type of the canal as iv lO ttmal was fixed r5Cotinue4 on page 54i- QUEER CREATURE iCAUSES1LBM i 9EVILHOfiSE ROAMS ABOUT FRIGHTENING PEOPLEIN CINITY OF PHILADELPHIA SEARCH MADE BY ARMED MEN Hunt for Strange AnimalTh t Make Odd Footprints and Runs Through Deep Snow on Only Two Legs Philadelphia Clearly defined in the crust of the snow the footprints of a twolegged beast or bird shod with steel are creating a tremendous sensation in this city and the South Jer soy towns People who read this narrative may form their own opinions as to the cause of these manifestations It was originally intended to treat this subject with a light and scoffing touch to make merry over the mys tery of the Leeds Devil that has transformed scores of towns and ham lets In Camden Gloucester and Bur llngton counties into settlements of timid folk where women and children fear to walk abroad at night and armed men make nocturnal searches Before noon however the telephone wires were hot with messages from persons who had seen the hoofprints Two men declared they had seen the marks in their own yards In this city They were William L Smith and WI Ham Heimbold and their neighbors know them for sober and truthful men Of course practical people scoff at these reports but none has yet offered an explanation that will meet the situation Then comes Nelson Evans a paper hanger of Gloucester City with the declaration that he and his wife saw the devil early in the morning- as he sat on the roof of their back shiedSWhitefaced and trembling Evans entered police headquarters there the other morning and leaned up against the wallSI saw It he whispered roundeyed with recollection 5e0U dill exclaimed the chief What did it look like About two oclock said the paper hanger my wife and I were aroused by a noise on our shed roof I went Tho Strange Crealure Was on the Roof of the Shed to the window and looked out and then I called her We saw the strangest beast or bird I dont know which you ever heard of It was about three and a half feet high with a head like a collie dogand- a face like a horse It had a long neck wings about two feet iSng and- its back legs were like those of crane and It had horses hoofs It walked on its back legs and held up two short front legs with pawn on themAs far as I could tell the thing seemed to be trying to get into the shed My wife and 1 were scared I tell you but I managed to open the window and say Shoo and it turned around barked at me and then flew away The tracks were firrt seen after the hfeavy snowfall but at first nhingS was said about them4as they evojLto be the work of some practical joker Then It was noticed that the mysterious creature left hoof prints in farm yards and on roofs of buildings as we1ISMarks of the beast were found in Gloucester Mount Holly Clayton Woodbury Wenon li Mantua Pauls boro Lumbertbn Ayerstown Vince town Almonessen Mount Ephraim and other towns within a radius of twenty miles or more This nearly up set the theory that it was the work of a joker and the oldest inhabitant got busyHe remembered that as far hack as 1869 that part of South Jersey was visited by a creature that was knowm as Leeds Devil because It WAS sup posed to emerge from Leeds polnl om Bringantlne achThe devll reappeared Im 187i and 1S79 and area reeetly as 1904 Early In the Morning there cam a report that the jwmstroeity 1alii crceaed the river ad was disporting hiawfeltja the yatdc ot1ftIIWeIKa of Sa street above FortyLMthtre- stJLag IKaa who garerhfe aaae as Harry 4 Smith said that ht tbe of his home there were marks JjkVtbV footpfihts ot a twolegged horsau T CHESAPEAKE 4 OUO Easttowttf Is No 26 Daily Bjx Sun 842jsu HU No 22 Daily j 1 57 a au No 28 Daily Ex Sunday63p JL No 24 Daily I 9J25 p m 4WestbundNo 27 Daily Ex Sunday 6 22a rit No 21 Daily 8q3d a HU pNoim 1II LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound SSNo CincinnatiKnoxville fc al 1000 a m ANo CincinnatiJacksonvilli ximited 10 57 n m No MaysvilleSfanford local with Cincinnati coneotion at Paris lrHvesat 632 departs at 635 p m No 31 CinciunatiAtlamta limite 1123 p m Northliound 5TRAIN SCHEDULE No 34 AtlantaCincinnati limit 506 a m s fNo StanfordMaysville 1oec conecting at Paris for Gincinnat 723 a m SNo KiioxdlleGmcinnati 10 cal arrives 250 departs 253 p ni No 32 JacksonviileCihcisnati limited 545 p m AH of these trains will stop tVi chester also are all d ilyeptNis 9 and 10 which are daily except SundaySEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 211903 East Bound No 21 No4 Daily Daily Stations PM AlL JV Lexington 2 735 Winchester 3 25J 813 L E Junction 826 Clay City 350 90fc Stanton 35 9aO Camptdn Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 956 Beattyville June 5 10 10 17 Ath l I 537 1045 0 K Junction 605 1115 rJackson 610 1129 Westbound DailyDailyj Suii t I No1 N65 SEL 031 Sun Only AMT jy Jackson 6 10 22d00- OKJuno 615 25fW05 4thol 640 257OBeattyville June 707 3 fi 7 54 Torrent 730 Slil 8 15 Natural Bridge 745 355 826- CamptonJunc 748 357 828 Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City 823 4i35 902 L E June 900 507 934 96ArLenngton THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY tL E Junction Train NI and S will make connectior C 4 ORy for Mt SterlizgSCamptori JunctionTimJ9 NbS i2 3 and 4 will connect with VSy Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyvillc Junction Trains N and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos tand 4 will connect with the p II K Railway for Cannel 3ity Ky and way stations v W A MDOWELL Geril Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17If SHOE ECONOMY t We are for shoe economy and old Let us fit the old on nowand have your measure talc f en for the future also SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main St STATE FAIRS 1509 DaysScottBlue Grass Lexingto August 9 Ui 6 days Ic 1 Bourbon county jSeptenil er 7jk 5 days 177 v State Pair LotdsvilU SQtem Dr 13th 6 days V If secretaries voif airs wUlfkindly furnish dates we will learryV lirfifc free of chargiif A Rockcastle county Awpist 1SV3 days tLBoojlecdunty Angiist 25 4 lays lameolm eounty ITaly 21 3 lays Knox eouflty Augwst t8 3 lay- sEwiiKyust1 3 ijfShelby tlnty August 3 4 ly7 I SoatThQfir tried 4 P1mou hllj5jr ij Jt2d8 J7t H f rt Wa i kJ I J t jI r t p t I I 0 1 IJ l t I i t x cS d I Pane Fourllfj THE WINCHESTER NEWS THE WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co fie InporporatedO tJT- vJjifflce South Main Street Winchester Kentucky H Daily Excspt Suncayt J Entered as secondclass matter ffoToniber 28 1908 at the post office ti Winchester Kentucky under the tot of March 3 1879 RATES 4CarrIer Delivery aily onp year 520 at week ivCr 10 Payable at office or to collector Very week Mail Delivery hs year i 300 be months 150 Mt month j 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch y me time any edition 25 Ckree times within one week 50 ac week continuously lOn tan calendar month 300 our week four times a week 240 our wee ks three timesianveek 3 0 our weeks two times a week 120 pouf weeks one time a week 75 Time liscounts3 months 10 per at 6 months 25 per cent ony r 33p13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line mess notices body type 7 Ire reading news headings 15 Hew Phone No 91 WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1909 fMCbMMERClAii CLU 1 The Membership Committee of the Commercial Club will begin an active oanvass inVftuj i iie Zcyr days for memuerstb1 thisorganization mId they hope bv the first of April to have six hundred active paidup members That they should receive this many and more goes without saying We know f ttherc is iib organiation that has done as much for the building up of TVinchester as the Commertftal Club tis spoken ofaUQver this State as the model organization Our people may differ on religion and they may divide on politics but whenever anything arises that effects the wel fare of Winchester they are an unit Politics Jiever entersirito the deliber ations ofthis c1ubor into the mak ing up of the various committees which manage and conduct the work ings of thi organization This club has been mcaiis pg brinring about a frl ndlrfce1inga d cooperative spirit am9ngitlp1tizens of the town und county tlwi has never ben equaled in any dt1ierpTae of which we have any knowledge or ofwhich we have heard liMhis club did nothing more than to create this feeling and kindly coroperative spirit among our citizens its worth would be in calculable But riot only has it done this but it has been the means of- bringmg many enterp4scs to city c It w ould be most interesting iingi- f all of the annual reports ofsis organization could be printed and sent toeach member In our eager looking forward to the future we are pronej to forget what has been done it1 the past but a backward glance of only a few years will show won derful Achievements directly attribu tatiy tp thiorgaiuzatioand we theSsrowthvand improvements Qf thicity ISUUe past inqIV rectly tion Stif The enterprises which it has secured and pir1l1 Wiicn it has directly induce iffitajre t here has been the meau oC producing more We know that 1heT ubFlms secured several splendidtent prises Its fight for the Builey T baapSiety before the District Board i as magnificently conducted arid the result of its ef forts brought millions of dollars to Winchester and secured for Winchester th tpeetsfttobaxJcb marketrin tlie world Ithad its committees in- sWaslutifcton to secure an apptpprist Ttt tion for a public bufldiand pri all important pjft Hoiis Itjhas beri a fac- tOr and has ltMand4nfluencerr f tr to CIVIC 8J1amun Glpnl auaits We know that it was the means of estab lishuig this paper and of whatever service we are to the community it is the direct result of the Commercial In 11 anpt Vi hcst nqsseSs ed such an efficient organization we wouldnever have been willing to invest our money in jliisXplant We have 4 hcardhewsplVperJinen from other cit ieis spy t l uptJ1er town in the United Stales the size of Winchester would have justified the outlay of the money and equipment as has ben placed in this plant jiWecould name muchother work of the Commercial Club but it is sufficient to say that it always stands foitheirbest iieeds of Winchester and is always at work earnestly advertising and promoting the good of our city The work of the Commercial Club is lone largely by the directors and the committees but to docthisyijt is necessary that they havc members The annual dues for the year 1909 rirIIQW due and the treasurer will ija1Ir the mem be sin the next few lays andj we trust that every ipld niqmber will puy his dues promptly and that the gem bership Committee will be able to secure at least two hundred additional members The unique entertainment which was given by this club on Win chester Day at the Jamestown Ex position has been commented on in nearly every prominent daily paper in the United States and has given us a reputation for push and vim equaled by no city of its size in the Union Not only was this affair written up at the time but on numerous occa- sionS since we have seen extracts in the large daily papers citing Wiri ichpsters push and getup as till ex 11emcontinue at the head but to do this it is necessary that our citizens should jbe members rOjour Qornrnereial Club If you are a member the push and optimistic spirit which prevades it is so contagious that you soon become infected and before you realize it you are a booster There is no place for a knocker in this club and if you do not want to be considered one you had better join the club at once for it is an organization in which all members are boosters and the only knock ers are those who are not members COMMERCIAL CLUBS The Commercial Club is a hapt y exemplification of the advantages of cooperation It was not cheap lands which peopled the greart Southwest nor was it the advertising of the ubiquitous real estate agent but it was the work of the Commercial Clubs financed by the people and managed by the energetic secretaries The copiously illustrated literature alluringly worded and scattered broad cast over the riatibiVturried the eyes of the people of remote sections to wards the tftNw Country in curios itv Persistent distribution of this literature changed the curiosity in to a longing and the rest naturally followed The Commercial Clubs did not cease their work with the incom ing of the first few immigrants but redoubled their efforts and the strug gling few became a stream and the stream developed into a resistless tor rent which overflowed the land from the sw mpsdf he4pwlaiulstp the parched plains of Bexas JScw NJIex ico and Aiizona And while these Southwestern Com merci l Clubs were spending talent energy and mOney in populating an unknown and unexplpited teiriforyi we of the Middle West or feisMiss issippi State wfcrenijy locking on and passively permifthig desirable people to pass over theichest section of the North American continent- Is V it not time we got out of this lethargic state and brought into ac tion our talent and energy 9 There are thousands of people now living in less favpred localities who only require a knowledffe otbe advantages audpppprtunities of this section to joinjis ift raaigi velopBaeiit Singly flpnfriof ufe irtitert vftkafc kuowJdg Cbtelyf- Ejn 1t of a oIIUll ereial rgathzati- we n eaniukt lto1tttrac on W iavcto Offe c ag- ricilhtraIy ftnthly 1s ij wldo ft1it Leadt 1gL 5I I PLANT BEDS BEING PREP ARED IN BATH I Ba ris Repaired and Put in Shape to House Big Crop of 1909 Tobacco- HA11PSBUIG Ky March 4Iti- s expected that more tobarco will be raised in Bath county this season than for a great many years The soil here is well adapted to the raising of white burley of a good quality and the recent high prices of tobacco lute inspired the landowners and growers to greater activity Plant beds are being prepared and sown whenever the weather will permit and the barns are boing repaired and put in nroper condition A number of new barns are being erected Mrs Barker Seriously HI Mrs Joaun Barker one of the old est and niost respected women of this town lies seriously illat her home here and grave fears arq expressed as to the outcome of her illness She is the wife of Mi William Barker a Confederate Veteran Bath Roads in Bad Shape Owing to so much wet weather the country roads both turnpikes and dirt roads are in bad condition and travel over someof them are attended with much difficulty SIXTEENTH VENIRE Of Jurors in Bribery Trial Exhausted Without Results SAN FRANCISCO March 4Tho sixteenth special venire of jurors summoned in the trial of Patrick Cal houn charged with bribery was exhausted before noon today without result The seventeenth specialYe nire was given Ife prelinmjuiy exam atipn by the court WILL GETSOMEMONEY I AUGUSTA Ivy Iarch4 =Chair man Stroube of the Bvaqken County Board of Control of the Burley To baeco Society has notified the farm ers of this county that a 40 per cent distribution of the 1906 tobacco mon ey would be made on Tuesday March 9 This distribution will amount to aboit 300000 and the same amount was paid out last September on the first distribution of the 1906 crop money The 1907 cropis being ship ped out rapidly 800 hogsheads haying been shipped to the American To bacco Company and 800 hogsheads more were accepted by the same company today The American Tobacco Companys proportion of the 1907 crop in Bracken county amounts to 3300 hogsheads the independents getting some 1200 hogsheads STEPHENSON ELECTED MADISON Wis March 4Stephi enson was elected Senator by the joint session of the legislature on the twentythird ballot today STAR CLOTHING DRY GOODS AND SHOE HOUSE Bring No 28 to the Star Clothing Dry Goods and Shoe House and get your rocking chair FOUGHT HARD But McQueen Lost Out in His Suit Against Whitaker LONDON Ky March 4The jury brought in a verdict late yesterday afternoon for the defendant in the case of T J McQueen against Henry M Whitaker McQueen was indicted for stealing Wlutakers hogs and was tried and acquitted He then sued Whitaker for 5000 damages for slander The case was tried once be fpre and McQueen procured judg mont for 250 That judgment was reversed by the Courtof Appeals RECORDS ARE BROKEN Now 1447 Convicts in State Penis tentiary at Frankfortr i FRANKFORT Ky March 4 With the receipt of twentysix pris oners from Louisville today all rec ords at the State penitentiary here were broken There are now 1447 convicts under charge of Warden Mudd TIle previous record was 1 423in Ififlfi The miestirm nf transferring some of the ueEdIyville- is being considered here is no more room here withoistiidoubliug up- iii the cells riPPMPE XUDGE APPOINTED x FRANKFORT Ky jircli 4ctii- ig Governor Cox yqjaftermoOn piohjtiL D B as POlice nageof C7 DiitOhPt htmty lie- n4eeeeds resigned GOY oc rtdae T the ndS o 0 qiVEN DEMONSTRATION Jeffries Reaches New York anTI Talks of His Condltipti New York March 4Jams Jef fries was accorded a remarkable dem onstration on his arrival hare A crowd of nearly 2000 people gathered at the Grand Central station and whdiy cheered the pugilist as he el boed his way to a carrige Jeffries was accompanied by his wife and sparring partner Sam Berger 3ffles appeared to be in good physical condition notwithstanding that he has been four years out of the ring His eyes were clear and bright and lie said he believed he could reduce to normal fighting weight in time The pugilist said I have been training lightly for several weeks and have reduced my weight to about 246 pounds Each day I find I can box faster than the day before and I am delighted to find that my wind is in good shape I feel first rate biitj cant say definite ly whether I will again enter the ring or not I have been out of the ring four years and that may maIm it impossible for me to attain strict championship form agajn Glee Club Wen Received Washington March 4A dee lighted of unusual warmth greeted the members of the Columbus Repub lican Glee club as they trooped into the famous east room of the White House to help Teddy while away a few minutes tpf his fast offi cia career Of all the delegations which visited the president the glee club from tile Buckeye capital inter ested him the most For several minutes the Columbus singers made the stately halls ring with campaign melodies and popular songs which elicited strenuous applause from Roosevelt Then they all shook hands with the president HILLYARD IS GUILTY Slayer of Columbus Policeman Vill Be Given Life Sentence Columbus 0 March 4Harry Hill yard locomotive fireman was found ghi1t by a juryIn common pleas court of first degree murder for the killing of Patrolman Harry E Camp el on Christmas eve last Hill yard bad bon qiiarrelrrig1 with his mother aMi sister tilidIthc latter went for a3 9Jicemanisfbeomcef entered tbh 4trd Hillyhnl1 flied upon him with a shotgun The jury recom mended infiSry h1thiWmbafl that HlilyarlT Wfl iibt lie elgctfbCutod but will begien1a life seiiteifaei Detachment Rescued Innsbruck Austria March4The detaclimbilt ofsix officers and 25 men of tho Austrian army who were reported overwhelmed by an avalanche near Lafrann hasrbeen rescued They were found in a tunnel where they had taken refuge The tunnel was covered with snow- LGISLATORS PROTEST Ask United States Senators to Reject Stephensons Credentials Madison Wis March 4Demo crats of the Wisconsin legislature signed and sent to Senator Bailey of Texas a protest against the United States senate seating Senator Ste phenson The protest it is under stood was drawn up by Senators Husting and Randolph It was sign ed by the Democratic senators and by a majority of the assemblymen of the same party Ambassador Griscom Resigns Rome March 4Lloyd Griscom the American ambassador here forwarded his resignation to Washington to be acted upon by the incom ing Taft administration Floater Found at Zanesville Zanesville 0 March 4Tile body of Raymond Dinan a wellknown newspaper man who disappeared in November was found floating in the Muskingum river I THE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 007 10 cows 3 C05 heifers 3 25G 00 bulls 3 405 25 stockers and feeders 3 304 95 Calves S3 50S 50 Sheep and LambsSheep 3 256 00 lambs 007 85 yearlings 5 C07 25 Hogs Cholc heavy shipping 456 55 butchers 4006 55 light mixed 50 30 3 chofce light 35G 40 packing si 35C 45 pigs 55 255 Vheat No 2 red 1 2231 25 CornNo364VtQC4c5 Oats No 3 54c East Buffalo Cattle Export cattle 35 shipping stoers 5 75 6 25 butcher cattle 5 50G 25 hollers 00j5 75 coVg 3 505 25 bulls 350 5 25 alveDcst 10 5011 25 Sheep ana LambsMixed sheep 5 505 75 wethers 5 756 25 ewes 5 255 75 lambs 75S 15 yearlings 75qJ7 25 HdgsHeaIcsa61Qmedlums 85 6 90 Yorkers 70G 80 pigs 56 40 roughn 5 756 00 stags I 505 00 Cleveland OCattle Prime dryfed cattle GQD625ratsteers575600 heifers t S5S 5 25 cows 52 253 50f bulls 53 flo4 25 milkers and springers 25 0055 00 Calves S3 75 down Sheep and Lam Mixed sheep 55 005 75 wethers 55 50G 00 ewes J5 005 25 eoHogallIxeheavies 56 75 Yorkers 56 65 pigs 56 25 roughs 5 755 90 stags 55 tf5 25 Pittsburg Pav Cattle Choice1 56 300 6 60 prime 55 006 30 butchers 55 405 Wi heifers 53 50fi5 50 cows bulls and stags 53 00 C 5 00 fresh cows 52500050 00 Calves Veal 56 OOI 50 Stfeep and LambsPrime ethers 55 80 g6 00 toad mixed J5 50tl 5 75 lambs jc 00S 00 iTogs Prime heavy hogs 6 90gG 95 mediums 56 756 heavy Yorkers JG 65lS36 7ir fllmttYOlket640 t 6 5Q pIg i41 Ctcliflti ft WPrr l t rd 1 iJ Corn 6nf6Se- OatsNo 2 5ht6c nyuN 82- ctA49 35i41 UU1kLIJI4 31 flc l 5O9C s Qlttleil750S t SflepP2 00 V 2- 51Anbs5 00g775 4 C1ctootS i TEN PERISH IN TENEMENT FIRE Ticfiios Were Nearly All Hal ians FIREMEN RESCUE MANY Women and Children Saved by Swinging Them From Windows Across to Neighboring Buildings Policemen and Others Severely Hurt by Flying Glass Fire at First Supposed to Be Work of Black Hand New Yorlc Mardi 4Out oft from escape by a burning stairway 10 persons perished in a fivestory ten ement house in Seventh avenue The vIctims who were all Italians with excetioijof an unidentified French man ranged in age from 80 years to an infant girl of five Five persons including a policeman who was cut by flying glass and a male child about a year old were injured and taken to hospitals It was at first be lieved the fire was incendiary follow ing the receipt of a Black Hand threatening letter which an occupant of the building received several months ago but later developments disproved this theory There were about 30 families mostly Italians in the tenement house and policemen and firemen res cued many of them by ladders and by swinging them across from win dows to neighboring buildings Soy eral babies were thrown from the whdows and caught by firemen who were standing on the extension lad ders The street floor of the building was occupied by the undertaking rooms of Patrick McDonald and the Lincoln restaurant while Antonio Ureoa barber occupied the basement The fire started in the bottom of an air shaft and was discovered by Patrick Monks a watchman ih the undertak lug rooms He rapped on the doors of the apartments awakened the occupants and then turned in a fire alarm Police and firemen effected several thrilling rescues The belief that the fire was the work of a group of blackmailers arose from the statement of Antonio Urso the barber who said he had received a Black Hand letter about two mopths ago demanding the payment of about 200 to a man whom ho was to meet in the street Urso said lIe paid no attention to the letter expecting that others would follow RECOGNIZE GIRLS BRAVERY Miss McCann Who Saved Slocum Victims to Get Gold Medal Washington March 4The hero ism of a little girl in saving the lives of nine children will be recognized at the Capitol on March 8 when a gold lifesaving medal will be presented to Miss Mary McCann about to be grad uated from the Florence Crittendon training school of Washington It was nearly five years ago that Miss McCann then only a little girl distinguished herself She was convalescing from scarlet fever en North Brothers Island New York on June 15 1904 near the place of the destruction of the illfated steamer General Slocum The river was filled with human beings and little Mary McCann disregarding her own ill ness waded into the water and res cued nine children Aimed at Wildcat Mining Carson Nev March 4The as sembly passed the wild cat mining bill It is aimed at corporations formed to get peoples money without any intention of developing supposed mines The bll requires treasury stock and promotion stock to be plainly marked It requires a sworn statesment of receipts and expendi tures including bullion taxes paid as sets and development work to bo filled semiannually and a certified copy mailed to all stockholders WITHDRAW DEMAND ServiaN Will riAsk Compensation From Austria London March 4It was learned conclusively here that Servia in ac cordance with the advice of the pOWers has withdrawn her demand for territorial compensation at the hands ofAustriaHungary Tho ques tion of the autonomy of Bosnia was not raised in the representations made by thq powers at Belgrade It Is believed that this decision on the part of Servia foreshadows an early and peaceful settlement of her dim culty with Axistr laHungary Game Laws Upset Bills of Fare New Orleans March 4 Recently enacted game law s Louisiani have temporarily upsetf bibs of fare offered for many years by tcelebratcdres taurants Gameeff3ijmctically every description is tabfroin sale for several monthrkMarch 1 and- the restaurant TJvli jute hal ihe r o1i s of ninny choice dellcacie Bummariiy curtJled1cli is the sit uatio waIck has t to the frog Rcl ROt down as for bidden quarry OncHJp i fP Iia- 1raacljcd Pprot 100GOOfr far tenetnlj 9r155 aacf1 othevc 4 JIj- MR II MAN l Iqet your heads together and start pb your feet our some good All four 500 be sold atI These leathers Vicis Box Calf genuine Calf in have things h 395 jtheshapes and fashions This is your opportunity or a thing t i r 1AIF The shoe 1an I ELECTRICITY r I WIlY put yourself in misery by bad or lights in your home when you can put clean healthful lights at a very low cost to you That lamp Tungsten makesnight as bright as day therefore makes reading at night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let us ex plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and The saving in theconsumption electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and houses neatly done PHONE 730 Ropair wroK a specailty Winchester Electric Supply Co j 1O Kerr N BIocK Main BERRY TURNER CASE- CALLEDAT JACKSON Charged With Murder of Boy Who Insisted on Entering Home When Warned to Stay Out JACKSON Ky Mjircli 4Berry Turner prominent as a fighting man and country politician is on trial here charged with the murder of Henry Baker a boy who came to Turners house when the latter was sick with the fever and insisted on coming into the house to see a young lady after he had been warned not to come in After being very much disturbed by the young man who was drinking Turner raised on his elbow in his bed and shot and killed Baker when he himselfwas scarcely able to rise Baker was the fourth man slain by Berry Turner CHILD SERIOUSLY INJURED SHARPSBURG Ky March 4 George Jones tile little threeyearold son of Mr and Mrs George Reed fell downstairs at the residence of T J Crawford where his mother was vis iting undent one earJn two also sims tained an ugly cut in his head He could not be taken home until a phy sician came and dressed the wounds NO CAUSE FOUND FOR ILLNESS But Lexington Lad is III of tetanus LEX1NGTONlY March ivAf though there is HO scratch tht Any Part of hkf body Chas Vllkers6ji eighteen is ill with tetanus at local n fn n 1Xf H n qy1naJnot cr way we for you Shoes are to a Pair are Patents Gun I f ls and good inferior new old Seriously MOTH TIME is at haud and a few ounces of our mDth preventatvies will be worth ininy pounds of cure later on if you neglect to take proper precau ionS now We carry camphor balls cedar camphor and all the standard semedies to keep your clothing clear of the moth pest at reduced prices this month PHILLIPS DRUG STORE III jollitataLk MAYOR OF RICHMOND PAYS UP ALIMONY Proceedings For Contempt Against Hon C E Woods Are Adjusted LEXINGTON Ky Mardi 4The FayetteCircuitE Woods df Richmond for failure to pay alimony due his wife Mrs Mattie C Woods were adjusted yes terday by the payment of 120 the MayorYThe rule was issued against the de fendant several days ago and as a result Mr Woods was arrested and rolldayITcthe matter was passed uiltil yester day Mrs Woods was allowed alimony in the sum of 40 per month hiring the nendency of the trial for divorce The alimony is payable ev ery two weeks IKENTUCKYPLACE IN PARADE WASHINGTON March 4The Bradley Marching Club har been Liar signed to march in the third brigade of the second division There will be six marching organizations ahead of it in that brigade and it will be iranier diutely preceded by the Cliarleroi Ga dets of Cliarieroi Pa f p It sdiinlsweU m a song to have the wife waiting fyr her jm hin r at jiani1ipinn YBa ature of- li not allurii r f t i 1 i is rc j i k r 4 I t THE WINCHESTER HEWS J Piae Flvt I Todirrr 1 r J PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE FLEET REVIEW Ater President Roosevelt had reviewed the returning battleship fleet from the bridge of the Mayflower he went aboard the flagship Connecticut and I reviewed and addressed the crew This photograph shows the president with llear Admiral Sperry on the deck of the flagship The president has his hat in his hand In response to the salute of the sailors lined up on the deck The party is led by Assistant Secretary Satterlee and Secretary Newberry of the navy department Bridge Paity Capt John Geary S A and sev1erriemls were the guests of honor at a bridge party given on Monday evening by Capt an I Mrs KinseyI J Hampton at their home ond street The prize a silver beef knife was won by Mrs Gary Capt Goary among the men was presented with a brass ink well Capt and Mrs Hamptons guests included Mr and Mrs John Geary Mr and Mrs J C F Hege wald Mr and Mrs stuart Ocil Mr and Mrs W T Drummond and MrHand Mrs George fl Wilson Gourier Journal f t I True Ecomomy The woman withthe large income is not always the one who dresses tbef est or who has the most attractive home It is more often the woman with a limited purse the one who makes thrift and intelli gence supply the place of an unlim ited bank account To expend a small amount of money satisfactorily one should start out to buy with a definite plan in mind First take stock of ones belonging make out a list of the desirable ad ditions always keeping in mind the limits eypenditure It is just here where many women fail and live beyond their means They fail to count the cost befcre they buy and are appalled at results when the bills come in Theatre Party Mr Lewis Hampton entertained with a delightful theatre party Wednesday evening for the Lion and the Mouse Mr Hamptons guests were Miss Galloway Squires Lexington Mr Walton Rounsavall Miss Myra Duke of Maysville Mr Thomas Hampton Miss Ethel Thomas Mr Jeff Stewart and Miss Mary Lane PERnPJLS Miss Emma Mae Guy left Mon day to attend school at Berea Col legeMr Lee Jackson of Louisville who has been the guest of Misses Besse and Sue Peddicord left Wed nesday for Paris Dr J N Rankin was in Lexington Wednesday- Mr S W Templeman was in Lexington Wednesday- Dr Hugh Stubblefield was in Mt Sterling Wednesday on business Miss Eunice Earp returned yes trday afternoon from a most de lightful visit to Miss Hallie Everett of Huntintgon W Va She had a number of teas and other affairs given in her honor Mr Hrison Scott of Lexing ton wallguest here yesterday Mrs nes of Knoxville Tenn who hasbeen the guest of Mrs Susan Steele left yesterday for a visit in Lexington- Mr Prewitt VanMeter of Lexington was in town yesterday Mr and Mrs J B Hampton of Owingsvilie attended The Lion and the Mouse last night Mis C J Boswell came down for The Lion and the Mouse Mr N K Foster was in Mt Ster ling Wednesday on business Mr W Garner Smith who has been at home several Weeks on account of illness left this morning for FQrt Wayne Ind Mrs William Hodgkin and children are visiting Mrs William H Boswcll of Lexinton Miss CljtysGrbxlon one of our most attractive hnd iiitcres ting young girls is the guest of Mrs Clarence Keimey of Paris Among those from Mt Sterling who attended the performance of The Lion and the Mouse were Mr and Mrs Lawless Gatewood Mr and Mrs Harry Hoffman Mr and Mrs Robert Colemau Mr and Mrs olmBarnes Mrs Hick Thomas Mr Caldwell Clay Mr Dick Childs Messrs Frank Per ry Clark Patterson Harvey Prewitt Josh Owings Brat ton Sutton Lewis Judy Jack Burbridge Miss Wootl Mr Torn Sutton Miss Amanda Thom son Mrs 0 C Daughcrty has been called to Corbin on account of the serious illness of her daughter Little May Daugerty is up again after having dipthcriu IJ Harry Allan is in Dudley Ivy todayMr and Mrs Ben Iycrs have re turned from a visit to friends and rel atives in Mt Sterling OPERA HOUSE Vogels Minstrels The attraction at the opera house tonight Thursday is Vogols Big City Minstrels The Wayne Musical Comedy It takes a word like snap to de scribe aptly the Wayne Musical Company which will be seen in high class musical comedy at the opera house Saturday matinee and night in The White Hat This clever musical comedy is the work of Mr Fred Wnync and has been placed in the same class with The Social Whirl and other similar attractions From the moment the curtain rises on the first act to the end of the play there is not a dull moment Chance for a Bandmaster Conway which Is in need of a band master has issued the following adver playerIas a range spector of hawkers boats and carriages storekeeper and such other du ties as the town clerk may from time tp time direct Western Mail fAy A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT POPULARITYPopularity is the result of being able to mix in the affairs of other people without seeming to be meddlesome We have the popular goods and will make the prices so that theywill be popular to you 1 COME IN cssssI1SBOJ Jeweler and Optician L MONSTER TIMBER IOLF f RIDE ON I STREET CAR DENIZEN OF NORTHERN FQREST GIVES CONDUCTOR AND MO TORMAN A BAD FRIGHT Winnipeg ManThe idea of meet- Ing a real live sure enough timber wolf within the limits of a fullgrown city is rather a startling one but in Winnipeg it is not uncommon A recent visit from one of these sharks of the forest was noted in the society columns of local papers A late street car was whirling along making up time on a suburban avenue running parallel to the famous Red RIver of the North when the motorman saw a gray streak flash to a position just between the two rails and stand there threateningly He had just time to realize that the object was an unusu ally large gaunt gray timber wolf The Fender Smashad Down to the Accompaniment of a Terrifying Howl with its neck ruff cbrlstle when the car struck It The fender snapped down to the accompaniment of a terri fying howl of mixed fright and rage and Tom Jones the motorman shouting to his conductor turned off the power and yanked the reverse The conductor and two passengers who were on the car rushed to the front door the conductor with a heavy switch thrower in his hand just as the car came to a standstill The moment the car stopped the big wolf sprang to the ground bewildered and frightened The motorman and the conductor slammed open the doors of the vestibule as the wolf leaped Into the darkness and loped off toward the river bank Jones pulled his gun and took a couple of pot shots for luck and the bone picker was gone A moment later from the river bank quaveringhowl graybeastoutlying parks over the snowcovered ice of the frozen Red Periodically Winnipeg receives a visit from one or more of these great wolves driven into civilization from hungerTheynights following the river over the ice SEVEN DAYS WITHOUT FOOD Last of Auto Party Lost In Desert Is Rescued Los Angeles CalD V Williams the last of three members of an auto mobile party lost in the desert over a week ago was found the other day and taken to Randsburg Williams was discovered by a searching party too weak to walk He had been seven days without food and 72 hours with out water Williams had taken refuge in a cabin and was eating some coffee he had found when he heard a shot He fired his own revolver and the search ers soon located him Williams was suffering from cold and hunger and his feet wer In a bad condition Unless he suffers an attack of fever he will recover R E Bashaw the chauffeur stag gered into Ballarat All the members of the party now are safe in Rands burgExhausted and half crazed from thirst Samuel F Hammond a Los Angeles broker the first of the party was rescued at Ballarat at the edge of Death valley When we reached Granite Wells 30 miles east of Johannesburg he said we took the Death valley road by mistake and later the machine broke down The party then divided Williams reIh tined with the automobile I started accompanied by the chauffeur in hope of finding some place wlfere I could get supplies Ba shaw soon became exhausted We wandered three days before help reached us Dogs Remarkable Homing Instinct Lexington Ky Perhaps the most remarkable feat ever performed by a dog was recountejUiere by a member of the National Fox Hunters associa Herfoxhound SemiMvtiich was lost during the field tCrab Orchard Springs Ky last November Judge Huff says the hound reached liii home near Hot Springs lArk bleeding from all four feet any starved to death In makiMMie trip from Kin tucky to Arkanlllthe Hound had to swim the Mlsaliijiljppl and Arkansas rivers and coyettdttancer of bver SCO miles tn a GOVERNORS MAY MEET f IN STATE CAPITOL Committee Will Shortly Meet to Fix Time and Place For Conference FRANKFORT Ky iIarchAA communication has been received at the Executive Department for Gov Willson from Gov Swanson of Virginia suggesting the names of three Governors to add to their committee to fix the place of nleeting for the next conference of Governors The meeting of this committee may beheld in Frankfort It is understood tliat GO Swanson has suggested the name ofa Gover nor from the South one from the West and another from the East as additional members of the committee It is said n sflOngeffortwiJI be made to secure the conference of Governors for Louisville Gov Swanson is be ieved to favor it UKE EASY MONEY AMATEUR BEGGARS HARD LUCK STORY WON LL But Perhaps If He Really Had Been Hungry His Nerve Would Have Failed Him at the Critical Stage After turning down an uncouth look- Ing stranger who expressed his desire for the price of a meal John A Thompson continued thoughtfully on his be embarrassing to ask a man for a dime and get turned down mused John That poor fellow didnt know how to put up a plausible story Tisnt so easy mebby Like as not I couldnt do any better These thoughts led to still more thoughts and the first thing John knew he had determined to find out if he could tell a hard luck story that would get the money Slowly and with mQasured stride he strolled on down Superior avenue He had decided to watch and prey and keep on watching until he sighted his preyL r By and by awlldissciafl va lise in hand whom John felt sure was a total stranger to him came walking briskly along John Thompson stopped him You doubtless have just finished a hotel dinner began John I am hungry Were you ever hungry- I dont care to be crossexamined returned the stranger tartly John winced slightly Could the stranger know that he made his living crossexamining people But he took hold of the mans lapel and renewed his line of talk Ive got to have a piece of money I tell you he said with vehemence Im hungry You wouldnt stop to argue if youd ever been real hungry Possibly youve been reared in the lap of luxury and dont realize how gray the sky line looks when you havent even the price of a sandwich in your pocket You seem like an intelligent fel Icw remarked Johns victim sizing him up curiously You shouldnt have to go hungry There is work for all in this world You are complimentary returned John but it does not alleviate my craving fofood My stomach has been almost entirely depleted for 24 hours Have you no sympathy Is there no feeling of humanity in your soul Your clothes are good tailormade garments I take it You shouldnt be without funds Youve seen better days Youre evading the issue sighed John sadly 1the fact remains that I am hungry almost to the point of starvation If you are unwilling to aid a poor needy pejson like me say so andIt Oh well take this cut in the stranger dropping a quarter into Thompsons hand I didnt say I wouldnt help you I am simply in terested in sociology and wondered why a man evidently of some Intelli gence should John was smiling whimsically as he replaced the quarter in the hand of his benefactorI wanted to see if I could do it he explained Then drawing a crisp new fivedollar bill from his vest pocket he added Walk on over across the street with me and have a cigar or something Cleveland Plain Dealer Health Bad as conditions are today great progress has been made during the last 20 years People are growing more careful as to what they eat and drink There is no city that is not bestirring Itself to improve its water supply and Its system of sanitation The demand for more fresh air is al most a fad In progressive communi ties Shows Immensity of Russia Trains from Moscow travel 4328 miles before they enter Chinese territory rT Another Rendttl ri To pmraphraae a iorb inSu ders the 1iker iot Folly on mlghtsayrtbett whea you are ifith the App1ansrou iteoufcl do things in the Appian way u I 1w REMEMBER fAIRBANKS Senators Present Silver Service and Handsome Loving Cup Washington March 4 Behind closed doors the senate paid to Vice President Fairbanks one of the most remarkable tributes ever given to a presiding officer He was presented with a magnificent silver service costingl8uoJ as the gift of the en tire body of senators with a loving cup as the present of the Democratic members The presentation speeches were fllled with humor and Mr Fair banks in replying exhibited deep feelingThe presentation of the silver service was made by Senator McCumber who spoke of the vice presidents ability and his devotion to work and the interest of the members of the senate regardless of party affiliations Senator Daniel spoke for the minor ity dilating upon Mr Fairbanks uni form fairness Claim Marriage Record Altered Madrid March 4The criminal action against a church employe named Rolfir a relative of Josephiua Duran de Ortega a Spanish dancer with whom Lord Sackville lived as his wife was resumed here Rolfir is charged with having altered the church record of the marriage of the woman to Oliva which is alleged to have taken place some years prior to the birth of her son Ernest Henri Batiste West who claims the Sack fllle peerage arid estates as a natural son of Lord Sackville Two priests of the church where the marrge was recorded testified that access to the record was easily attained Agreement Abrogated Youngstown 0 March 4At the meeting of the Amalgamated Associa tion and the Western Bar iron association the conciliation board agreement was abrogated The agreement was first reached in 1901 and since that time two boards have acted It was emphatically denied that any wage reductions were considercaat the meeting FILIPINOS STRIKE Streetcar Men Demand Wage Raise and Rearrangement of Hours Manila March 4The carmen and other employes on the Manila street railway system went on strike today to enforce a series of demands The men ask an increase in pay and a re arrangement of hours The action was taken after an allnight meeting- A few men returned to wont later and declared that many of the car men did not approve of the strike but leaders kept the doors of the haIl locked until after the hour when the men should have reported for work The leaders say this was done to pre vent spies leaving the meeting Turner Trial Begins Jackson Ky March 4Berry Turner a prominent county politician was placed on trial on the charge of murdering Henry Baker Baker had come to Turners home where the latter was ill and insisted on getting into the house after being warned to stay out When Baker entered the room Turner lifted himself on his elbow in bed and fired killing Baker Instantly Baker was the fourth man to meet death at the hands of Turner Last Official Act Washington March 4One of the last official acts of President Roose velt was the signing of proclamations creating additions to 13 national for ests in Nevada California New Mex- Ico and Arizona aggregating 4980736 acres bringing the total national for estry acreage up to 195013980 acres DAYLIGHT BILL DEBATED Nebraska House Takes Test Vote on Prohibition Sentiment Lincoln Neb March 4One anti liquor measure providing that sa loons in the state may legally remain open only between the hours of 7 a m and 7 p m was defeated in the house The vote was 53 aganst and 43 for the bill County option bills are on the gen eral file in both the senate and house ipse opposing these bills say that I vote on the daylight saloon mess Will be repeated on county option Kgh the option supporters have- that such a measure may be Gold Medals For Wrights Washington March 4A bill was passed by the house awarding gold medals to Orville and Wilbur WrJght in appreciation of their achievements in aerial navigation Fire Destroys Factory Ashtabula O March 4The Cum rains canning factory at Conneaut O burned The loss is 100000 Crossed wires caused the fire TIlE MEAT Of IT Fire at Sprel Can destroyed seven business houses at a total loss of ioooooISecretary Wright has approved the finding of the retiring boari in the case of Colonel William F Tucker who is retired on threequarters pay Buckshot Dan a wellknown Michigan backwodds character is dead at the age of 109 years John W Riddle American ambas sador at St Ifiiersburg has tendered his reeignatIo4 I Dr P G iplRH Chicago physi din is in inability to pay 222 df9r nuaiBg ever jII automobile Piw on tveliag man and vaudeville star wer married t Colora- doSpringsll5lil t 1 v1 f i ii21tDff AU lusb W V 555I h t c1OT w i tt MR DILLINGHAM OF- RICHMOND IS DEAD Passes Away From Infirmities of Old Age in His EightySixth Year Leaves One Child RICHMOND Ky March 4lI B Dillingham one of the best known and wealthiest citizens of this cowl ty died at his home in this city yes terdav morning after a long illness from the infirmities of old age in his eightv sixth year His only surviving child is Mrs Dr Giles Harris of this city He is also survived by the fol lowing grandchildren Mrs S H Thorpe Mrs James Crutcher Messrs Joe Chenault Clvde Bud William Tevis and Henry Rayburn all of this city Mrs Dr Carr Grant Louisville Mrs Keats Speed New Yorkand Mrs Harrison Simrall of Lexington The funeral services will be con ducted from the residence at 2 oclock todav Major Curtis F Burnham Better Major Curtis F Burnam who has been very sick at his home here is improving PAYS 200 FOR THE INKSTAND WASHINGTON March 4Vice President Fairbanks has drawn his personal check in the sum of 200 to pay for the inkstand that has long adorned his desk at the Capitol For mer Vice Presidents have taken away their inkstands without pay this being an established custom but the Vice President did not indorse the custom ATTACKED BY VICIOUS JACK CARLISLE Ky Mardi 4Mes- urs Reuben and Benjamin Henry brothers and two of the most prominent farmers of this county sustain ed very painful and serious injuries on their fim near East Union While feeding a jack the animal caught the hand and arm of Mr Reuben Henry with his teeth and badly crushed and lacerated the hand and arm besides bruising hill painfully before he could be rescued His brother Benjamin Henry on going to his rescue was attacked by the animal and painfully injured BALL PARK FOR PARIS PARIS Ky March 4Time newly incorporated baseball club of this city which has become a member of the Bluegrass Baseball League has secured a tract of land in Whites Ad dition to this city where the erection of a grandstand will be begun at once Training will begin about April 1 THE NEWS by mall S3 a year Hearty OldTime Meal From Pepys Diary My wife had got ready a very fine dinner viz A dish of marrow bones a leg of mutton a loin of veal a dish of fowl three pullets and two dozen of larks all In a dish a great tart a neats tongue a dish of anchovies a dish of prawns and cheese OWEWNO HOUSE INVENTORIES FREE WE WILL SEND A HAND SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILLMAKEJWRITTEN APPLI 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 ON THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS I SHOULD HAVE QN- EJoumsmiRAMc F AGECY- k I 5F cut flowors see SHEARER p iT iQQp Ltt OPERA HOUSE Thursday Mar 4thr JOHN W y 1 VOGELS Big Cit- yMinstrels Forming in its Entirety the Bifi gest Best and most Complete Minstrels in Existence DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS The best by Test New Oriental First Part The greatest gathering on this globe of Amen cas sweetest singers clever dan cers and Funny comedians A new show with new features Concert of Picked Soloists and a grand Symphony Orchestra Sale of Seats begins Tuesday PRICES Downstairs 50c 75c and fli Gallery 25c Winchester Opera House Saturday March 6tn MATINEE AND NIGHT one WAYNE CO PRESENT he Big Musical Comedy 5he WHITEHATComplete SELECT COMPANY 30 PEOPLE 3O including the famous American JBeauty Chorus OF 20Singing and Ranting Girls20 ELABORATE COSTUMESSCENERTEFFEiXTS Same asYorkjProduction Special Matinee 15c 25c Night Prices 25c 35c 50c 75c Seats on sale at ltOplace Thursday at 9 a m DB HAMPTON Pres HiF CURTIS CatUl THE Clark Coontj Naiiooal Bint PdXIN 8TETAW1riebuts Kentuck Capital 200000Btxrpluv 9100060t Un1tvIdedProflt3oOo orOnutiMd ISM feeing Uw eMmi Jtaal I i es4tySOeileoUoas Ba4e ea li peUtc sad rtt e3nRtaalIeIIedT WINCHESTER ROLLER MiLL LThe oldest and est iMtUii6o ia the Vomnly is the Winchester KoNvc MHIW Why not use home flerthbest made Kerr perfection and WHte Pearl flour has no equal cJoTRY SMEWS WAUT VI IT ItM t 4t rl e l t t ffih t I =31 SD ic f j3 Fj J J 7 r9b w THE VINCHESTER I NEWS JJD APiN 5WN DQCJlCm WHO REMOyEp16g VERMv rlFOrtMS TOASTED BY PATIENTS iiit r fyhlefi urgeort J B Deaver of German KoifHtal at Philadelphia Onlx WHole Man ThreT bIe beo irti or ltCons rcqurrtll PhI1de1ph1aMne hundred and fclity siurgedms ach bearing a se4r wKer his appendix haUlJeeh removed were Hosts to Dr John B Beaver chIef siirgefon of the German hospital the otktr night Dr Deaver had removed th niii himself He was the onIy- mazrjiresezit with his vermiform at tllMMu Tli aihnef was given at the iJnlver of Blty beginningthehosts were surgeons and physicians They came from every state and from Canada Even the waiters were appendix less J Garbed as Red Cross orderlies theyvjinoved decorously around the board Dr Iteaver was not aloao re sponsiBle for their condition however Othej hands hadvbe0n at work there Asfiwi eyldence Vof their apprecia tlonfthe menj operated upon by Dr Dsaver presented him with alovlng cup iii the form ofa manikin of sil ver wth a knife sUcking In the ab domeTayat the jplace where the incision for a1end1cltjsis made 1njem aridrstprr flldOh sur vlvors 1fmake merry over their condi tion Sever lG1eclal poems were parodiestoThere were present some who also had bOOn operated upon for Mother causes by the surgeon in whosehonor the dlnner was given They were ad mUted after conference Inrrthe menu wore testimonials from some of the greatest surgeons In the land declaring that after having been operated upon by Dr Deaver they felt llkejnew men These parts othem n beforeKthey J reporters but they took tWat leist five pages Th decprations at the table were symJX There were skeletons ana sections of apatomy that made the board Sjook like butcher shop It had bjen intended that bforev everys rdhisglassjar J Atjlhe last moment It jwas found thatnhe relics of inos6 of those pfes ent had been presented to the Un- iversItof Pennsylvania byJDr nQayer In an sorted grotfpbl 500 represent Ing alt the various stages of the din ease aHd operation TTheiuniiversitxTe fusodto give these up and this was the only disappointment YtJs appendix asked Dr Heisl r who Is chief r anatomy at the MedlcoCtilrurglcal college It s like the obsessions and unnecessa y erlla at life But alas lifes only sur geon is death The appendix Is Dr Beavers Would that there could be such surgeon to life who would wIse- ly cut and yet leave the vitality be longing to me hisgentonly regret that among all of us free whosefstricken off by our guest he only TO mains a slave to the vermiform I move thai an operation be performed aUonwj upon our benefactOr to make lfnio4e of UB There was evident desire aiohg the dlnergftb brInk this about but final ly fa11i to carry A silent toast was drunkS at last to those appendices whpsej3nasters and themselves were unableto be present f J 105 YEARS OLD NOT MARRIED Ohio Woman Only Person In United States Holding Record j Bellefohtalnft ie4 LOngevity is i In creasing and b the present time there are over 4000 cehtennarians in the United States 1s the statement of Rev yTfo Allen 6T Pennsylvania whop makes a specialty of visiting those who have passed the century mark andrwao came to this couaty to visit LibertyItejiiberSO 1804 There are evelaltme98 many women as men who live to be centen narlans and but very few whoattaiA such age in eithOix are married said Doctor Allen I have visited over 25 people who are more than 100 yearS old Miss Batesth the only no I know of in the United States who never married Miss Nancy McMulle A ot Bally Castle Ireland is the only other one 1 knowJi lMiss Batesrhasf Rdnmore than her share of injues urlpgjher long life having had broken both legs broken ij1rii1Sl1nd he collarbone broken She iwnctairs with tworlbsthe baby safe MlfetBales has been a nurse all her Ute n i h Has Frcu Habit PottsvillekpaPJJ9tfflng limbs al f motu brittie as lOteph Hur Ivy agH 16 yfesms aekfttphjii sans as to how fro survives his many Kc footli tell again theoth8rJ day fracturing his right Ihtga bone With in thre years ils hadhW Ugg broken iio los than a dbiea Qmoe iiI- s lg1Jteet accidents reulting in frae I r6s Hurley upends more time In the local hosiital than out df ftand tie friends My he k atl1e fractttre hab1tL r r d1 OFFICIL SCfl pULEOF1BLUB RASS LI3AIZUEqJ i cirfts r uLeiiigtoi irr1i rt At Shclbvville At Pips T At Winchcsjdr v i 1 UrLT p J A1ii1 tOfwGi1w iuyo 25itt 3 4 5 Mav 192 May 10 11 12 Q1 July q721tt2 June 10 11 12 June 2123 29 Juhe 17 18 19 Lcnonr lwe 1ilI312 kuir3i4 1t31 July 12131431 July 51527 ftilyP 10 I tr i tgt i1s 17 Spt S t Au S 23 24 Au2L 13 18 July 29 30 H Pt 3 t t A20Scpt12t 111 Ta15 16 April 301rId 12 May 1718i 19 lIn 8 9 30 31 31 l iYi21124 26 ir 142 j 23 June 45j 13 June 2425 26lJl1ne 12 20 June 28 29 30 Thnioa MJrihtf UT as PRINT iJnly 4 25JulY2J 22 July 11 July 514J 1040 Au7 8 2829 E f lJ 9 Q 6 13 14 Aug 1 22 Sept 6 6 i4 SC1t12 isoit Septi2 May 22 24 26flfhylO 11 12 April 27 28 29 Mv 14 15 29 Aray 3 4 5 31 31 iiJune7 s 25 2G June 17 1819 June 12 3 14 June 15 16 June 10 11 12 Frntikfort f y24wJu 12 1326 CORRECTLY June 29 30 July 9 1920 lug 13 20 21 23 I Aug 10 30 Aug 2t July 5 5 17 Aug 5 6 i4 1 Sept 7 9 IScyt 1011 tU1LS SPIG6 May 8 930 31 31 May 27 28 29 May 13 16 April 30 May 1415 1Jl1le 9 20 June 21 22 23 June 6 27 28 May 1 2 22 23 July 1 2 3 Slicibyvilic Julv 11 July 13j 16 2930 JulvI8a THE June 5 13 July2G 37 t f t Aug 122 Aug 2021 Aug 8 161729 July 424 25 Aug 9 10 28IL6 6i Sept 12 13 LAu 15 Sent 5 Sept 10 11 May 7 13 18 May 3 45 Mav 728 Iay 10 11 12 25 April 27 28 23 it June 2230 Juno 7 8 9 July 1 10 14 26 June 17 18 May 17 Paris July 5 16 28 iJuly 6 7 fuly 29 30 fi lug 3031 OFFICIAL Juno 23 24v2G Atig 9 Aug 10 II1uP 12 19 25 26 Sept 7 8 9 July 13 Sept 410 11 Sept 1314 3epf at 1 Aug 17 27 28 April 30 May 1 2LMay Q1222 v89t 930 fay 6 7 May 16 23 29 June 5 13iJul J 23 g4upe 9 20 Si Tune 7 S June 6 25 27 Vhichcsterio I July 4Q5 Aug 233031 July 11 July 7 8 July 17 18 SCHEDULE iiii 14 15 Sept 8 9 rrgl 22 jx Vug 11 12 Aug 8162429- Rppt 5t Jnf 4 19 11 2fl entI215 JHQOP OLD OAT V i IS ffiASOLIHE TORCH SOAKED BY ANGRY CHAUFFEUR BILLY BUTTS AUTO WHEEL AND STRIKES FIRE New York Billy an old goat who has become a familiar figure to auto mobilists who pass through Livingston got himself on fire the other afternoon Billy has been a chronic loafer about James Mondels garage and repairshop and has acquired an ardent appetite for castotf tires This pro penalty has tempted him to nibble attires on wheels the being that he hkk criuSed 1 veraiexpl slons At three p m an auto stopped at the garagQ and the chauffeur said he wanted gasolinfe Billy began to Biioo about the car The driver kicked at she goat when Bllly tri4o chew a There Was a Fl shof Fire Piece out ir herniudguard Billy dodged the kick At few minutes aft erward the chauffeur who was carry ing gasoline from garage to auto in a pal lost his temper and threw the contents of the bucket squarely into Billys face About a gallon of gaso line covered the goat Evidently the gasoline entered Billys eyes and made him wild He made a rush for the chauffeur but that man cjayerly sidestepped Billy carried blindly on by the force of his rush struck full tilt against the brass hub of a wheel of the machine There was a flash of fire and the next moment the gasoline that covered Billys coat was aflame Alfred Schwartz the repair man says the smash of horns against brass struck fire and that caused the blaze For ten minutes there was a hot time BlllVi a mass of fire went dash Ing about Schwartz feared the goat would dive into the garage and set fire to that place A crowd of boys buried Billy under a hull of big snow balls and these putoutthe fire n j Source of Pcfson Dangers The action of foods and liquors on their receptacles may produce deadly poisons Acid fruits cooked in copper or zinc pots are d particular source of danscr A manvho was aken mill chq hliI1hig 41il wIth Syml1tompot oineral poisonin lea ie4that the line old brandy hfe carried in his back pocket had dissolved some of the copper in the sterling sliver flasks Gnawing His Way Tature knew that the rat would want to spend half his time gnawing and she therefore providedhim with the right kind of teeth lodo it A boy caught a rat and boxed Jt up and In the course efawee1c the rodeat gnawed a hoiy through oak lJlan1 sailed together until there was a Chictoew of lSiB Acsi tthe kole wiwr almost as ridX i1ZUIaS a ear pcnter awdiJiicmiditt Y IO Daily ThoMht- We alene jin ke ir the true ecort of our thoaghte Ak are exclusive resDonsibieJor their character r 110 i4ti2 V RIDES FAST PANTS API RE lllfe Saver Loses Trousers When Motor Cycle Goes Wrong Under Him New YorkThe most recent victim of the twentiethcentury speed craze is Arthur Hulse of the Lone Hill Beach life saving station He was confident a motor cycle could be used to advantage in patroling the beach for wrecks He is lying face down wardin the hospital ward of the life saving station his scorched trousers are in the hands of a seamstress who is putting an asbestos seat in them and his motor cycle fireraked and water soaked is in the shop for re pairs The stretch of beach which he hoped to cover is being patrolled by pther men until heXcan sit up in corn fort llulfje is progressive Ho could hot tee the necessity for life savers plod ding up and down the beach on foot n hen motor cycles aretpn the marke- tknFthereIsfLhard beach iat every low tide He purchased a machine learned to ride it on the mainland and the other day tested It on the ocean front The speed gear got out of order and the machine ran away wlUuits owner To make the situation worse the jour nals went dry and a hot box ignited the gasoline There was a fiareup that sot fire to the seat of the ma clune The blaze spread to Hulse and soon his coattails and trousers were leaving a trail of smoke behind them Hulse knew if he stayed on the ma chine he would be roasted alive If he jumped off he probably would be killed Then the bay loomed up The life saver sent his machine and himself right Into the water and the temperature or the man dropped 62 de green In three seconds ThIs Cat Came Back Darby Pa ThrQa times within a week Richard Purdy a Main street grocer gave his unwelcome cat away to persons living at a dIstancetho farthest 11 miles and as often the catcame back Purdy put pussy with three IThenIn a bag tied the mouth ofJthat cast the squirming bur den the depths of Darby creek and came home exclaiming Well Ive got rid of that pesky cat atlastAs entered the house however pussy wet to the skin and presenting a sorry appearance but very much alive was Stttlng under the stove lick Ing her sides dry i iNoqneyfor Food She1Didyou keep the last fast day JIeI did Ihad a note fall due on that day The Law of Speculation JIg men are given to taking profits illtQrshown The law of the fishes In thsea applies In speculation The bland the little fish have theYrespe yve missions and the small ones art nothungry The Srfartadys Oppcrtuhlty In these days farming is becoming more and more a science It Is the smart boy who stays on the farm In stead of toingto the city And it Js wisD known that when proper methods are employed the present yield will doubled There is not much pros pect that In the next century the doc trine of Maltaus will be exemplified by seeing this nation lackiag fnr food lnqJlsTiVenei ReWiked hlsIOtlsewIUll thebOdyor reIJanuovinglliruisit14 1 Curefer Loves WoaHaii r Vanity tJ the jcolloajou of Tovet atjads tie ilicicut he verytleer a ttl of thct selatmo of sslfei Wem Ve sigftre l ovec th iujure stir faciB st 4 now d l y harden ant Ia a few days there is noteila 8MUi to tell tbe teuf 4 iUghti d heart t0 rALK ADVERTISING 4 VGeiting New Customers 1 And Holding Them f V ir Herbert t B Henry Huff f4COP1H1i 19DD BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION i rI i W Busn ajMan if costs just so much for runniiig e- xeisjirent 1ihfne clerk hIrcwhether you sell ten or aIw6 tli of goods per it not You call hdexpc esJ Now the only way to lower fixed e Pensesi is it4rea MIUp to a certain point all excess ess niaii addedprofit It pays to lay hold on any u possib- lyhaflttavertii IbIrers tho best means for increasing trade l ustomer3 ore iattracted by leaders merchandise at unusu ally w pries JA instance is told of an old lady who came nineI inilejl 1oget a spool of otton thread for 3 cents but she purchased seyerAl dollars worth of goods before leaving the store The adIhas tccornhocLfts mission when it gets a prospective patronI Tvithin tnoSobrs That ia the most difficult part It is to the merchant to mako the most of the opportunity ahdwin him for a permanent customer Hie meycharifcwho utilizes newspaper publicity haslhe Wh world to draw trade from Ho is confined to no particular loI borhood He knows no barriers Wherever he can send his vortising there he can solicit business Some of tho more ambi tious country merchants are drawing business from the big towns I The advertisers opportunities are unlimited Through the news paper he can reach people he never saw or who perhaps never heard of his store t f But hoW about holding them That depends as much upon the merchant as the adv r tisitig Ifcustomers receive satisfaction they will continue to r come But nothing HOLDS them like continued bargain offersi Have a fnew specials every Saturday Keep the farmers guess ing what willcome next Wliat advice can you give tq the dealer starting in business z imaginedthanand counters with new goods arrange attractive displays in the 1windows put competent salesmen behind the counters and then Iiiforthemtouncommon one to do this r Advertising would have carried all such information io prospective buyers spares no expense to have stock and fixtures the finest and yet neglectsthc greatest essential of all Should you inqnir why ho spends nothing for publicity ho would probably say that pleased patrons and his window displays are sufficient ad vertising Word of mouth publicity is but it is too slow Gossip has wings but favorable news travels slowly Anda to the wTioa newspaper announcement often necessary t call at tention to itI 1rGreek Mythology In Greek myi1 logy Narcissus isa beautiful youth a son of Cephlssus and the nymph Llncflor metamorphosed Into a flower For lila insen sibillty to I6v ho was caused by Nemesis to fall In love with his om imagb reflected lit the crater Unable to grasp the shadow he pined away and became the flower which bears his name The nymph Echo who vainly loved him died of grief Abuse OE satires I think as Epictotus did ulf evil be said of thee and If it be true correct thyself if it be a lie laugh at it By dint of time and ex perience 1 have learn d to be a good appointedlaUywhobark ime hIlg1her dFredertac theGre t j j r Heart ridrBrain TbAJteojft thqt liiisbiaai a desire to gOt even With imajgimary enemies is tie haunt fu ap and the hndn that strives to eeaceivo a means bf rttaliajtlon for a faned wrons is this 6od6 bf mWerymday JIaa1 t Feasted Two Days and Nght9i Commander Peary and his party returning famished from their futile dash for the polo in 1906 slaughtered a herd of seven musk oxen orfHazen Island off the extreme north of Greenland For two days and alghts there after they crouched Insfde their ahbTf hufa eating continuously iindwhen thy had finished the plo of bones outside was ashigh as a tall mans chin Texts front drer Williams Talkln bout tribulations said Brother Williams wren he comes ter my house I makes him welcomein dis way J sez ter im I does Here you lganiar you Is take all dehouit ter yosef An den T takes ter aH woods I Atlanta Cohstitatlon Charm of the Atomizer t 11My aunt has the prettiest oau f the girl who hid just com In but It TOS delicate ShVuied my obusla jPhiiifos atotalzef On Its throat tfifr cAt had aJthouu Finally bv7sKTe tt away The erl toolc vJt milea iir the country but it cltoe Cbmck la week anil M on the iiiicldmfpr waSt tog to be let 3ri Philip said it cainV back because ft missed his atomlxer If Ciarjk County coostr7cdonI H II Think of the mud and lull cn nFtax paid ach yei CallI On the SiJSis of Equipment and the tlpIplication of Economical Business RGftosi we solicit the construe tspn anc repairing of all kinds antf conditions of roads public or pri vateff streets or alleys c Crushed and BuOdiag Stone Always on Sate We purchase Dyriamete Powder Cement and Sand in car Sots and win be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed D1l 0 Peoples State Bank CAPITAL S1OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning ofthefinancial depres sion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been steady growth fro the start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour busine We enrollnew names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business J M HCbGKIN Cashier J L BROWNS President L B COCKRELL VIco President ADVERTISE IN VVINOHESI R NEVt L t COUKTY CQURT DAYS Below is a list of the days Counij Courts ore held each month in conn tics tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrcnccburg 3rd MODI day Bath Owingsnllci 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Brcatlutt Jackson 4tli Mohdny CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mon dayEstill Iriner 3rd Monday Fayettc Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Mon day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Mon day Harrison Gyrithiaria 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon clay Lee Beattyvillc 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3ri MondayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owcntou 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday- Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyvillc 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM seen ill threa face hands and jody of the little SOil of II M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five ears defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors wIio said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and jiothing could save hip But writ s his mother seven bottles of Elec tHe Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Only50c Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company The Baffling Language English Is the only form of human speech of which It can be said that it is not sufflcienrto know it In order to be able to use it The Frenchman In England will find it better to speak in French The Englishman prefers to try biff French rather than to listen lllshIffhe would rather it be that or some body else Paris Opinion n 4Unconclcbs Socialism It Is one of the mot nOtorious ten idencies of human aailHre t belley thtwliett you kate mad tf use ofJthe1 peoples property for a MHKffortly kmg jerlod you are absolutely entli tIt to the exqlusioa of the teal 1ow- nwEctats Gazette SUBcfi4gE FOR THE H WS rr No Road cost the Far I vster a much as a poorn a ii J 4 THE VERY BESTp Jaf 41 Have any of our readers seen ata tent of the Cincinnati We 1d- Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if fcr zo other purpose than to note its present greaf worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thufe obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level ill social life where content and comfort reigns supreme tictnthathow to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged fo emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life r The Grand Idea being that Asr are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a nonsectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tern poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought butnirer to the home i featuresI beingIwriting to theEx issaCci tjnr Cincinnati 0 Not Improbable iMontknow how true iris said the Irishman but they tell me that the dime museum bearded lady just died and left a wife and four children7 IT SAVED HIS LEG J 1All thought Id lows my fcgj J Writes J A Swehson WatertoYfiij Wis Ten fears of eczema tlitt45- doetor could not cOre1 hadar71 laidmigp Then B cWeas Arnit- Salve cured it io nclJd ir MJ K fallible fo Skin Er ptums E Mtl1 lt itHetan Boils Fever Sferi BnTns Scalds Cuts andHle S5e at Phillips Drug Store f tri e Fir Je ewt E I7 9 h IT i i j i t 7 k i 1 i1 THEWIHrttH ESTER Iy wL r C nod Mom Page 3 congress a ter a full onsmeration if the confijietjgf reports of the majority and tot the consulting board and aft 1H recommendation of the war deftsrtMcnt and the executive upon tlieefe reports Recent suggestion that sqouetliiing had occurred on the istkia irnake the lock type of the caM ts feasible than it was sup BCMjgd to be when the reports were ado and the policy determined on fed to a visit to the Isthmus of a board of competent engineers to exam Inc the Gatun dam and locks which are the key of the lock type The port of that board shows that nothingI has occurred in the nature of newly revealed evidence which should change the views once formed in the original goIcontrolled by Colonel Goethals and his fellow army engineers associated with him and will certainly be completed I early In the next administration If not before Some type of canal must be constructed The lock type has been selected We are all in favor f having it built as promptly as possible We must not now therefore keep up a fire in the rear of the agents whom we have authorized to do our work on the isthmus We must hold up their hands and speaking for the Incoming administration I wish to say that I propose to devote all the energy possi ble and under my control to the push Ing of this work on the plans which have been adopted and to stand behind the men who are doing faithful hard work to bring about the early completion of this the greatest constructive enterprise of modern times a Free Trade With Philippines The governments of our dependen cies in Porto Rico and the Philippines are progressing as favorably as could be desired The prosperity of Porto Rico continues unabated The busi ness conditions in the Philippines are taziotall that we could wish them to be but with the passage of the new tariff bill permitting free trade between the United States and the archipelago with such limitations in sugar and tobacco as shall prevent injury to the domestic interests on those products we can count on an improvement in business conditions in the Philippines and the development of a mutually profitable trade between this country and the islands Meantime our government in each dependency is uphold ing the traditions of civil liberty and t increasing popular control which might be expected under American auspices The work which we are doing there redounds to our credit as a nation Words of Friendship For the South- I look forward with hope to increas ing the already good feeling between x the south and the other sections of the country My chief purpose is not to effect a change in the electoral vote of the southern states That is a second ary consideration What I look for ward to is an increase in the tolerance of political Views of all kinds and their advocacy throughout the south and the existence of a respectable political opposition in every stateeven more than than this to an increased feeling on the part of all the people in the south that this government is their government and that its officers in their states are their officers The Negro Question The consideration of this question cannot however be complete and full without reference to the negro race its progress and its present condition The thirteenth amendment secured them freedom the fourteenth amend ment due process of law protection of property and the pursuit of happi ness and the fifteenth amendment at tempted to secure the negro against any deprivation of the privilege to voto because ho was a negro The thirteenth and fourteenth amend ments have been generally enforced and have secured the objects for which they were intended While the fifteenth amendment has not been gener ally observed in the past it ought to be observed and the tendency of southern legislation today Is toward tho enactment of electoral qualifica tions which shall square with that amendment No Repeal of Fifteenth Amendment- Of course the mere adoption of a constitutional law is only one step in the right direction It must be fairly and justly enforced as well In time both will come Hence it is clear to all that the domination of an ignorant e Irres onsible clement can be prevent nstitutional laws which shall tom voting both negroes and whifeirEot having education or other qualifications thought to be necessary for a proper electorate The danger of the control of an ignorant electorate has therefore passed With this change the interest which many of the south ern white citizens take In the welfare of the negroes has increased The col ored men must base their hope on the results of their own industry self restraint thrift and business success as well ivs upon the aid and comfort and sympathy which they may receive from their white neighbors of the south There was a time when northerners who sympathized with the ne gro in his necessary struggle for better conditions sought to givd to him tho suffrage as a protection and to enforce its exercise against the prevail ing sentiment of the south The move ment proved to be a failure What remains Is the fifteenth amendment to the constitution and the right to have statutes of states specifying qualifications for electors subjected to the test of compliance with that amendment This Is a great protection to the negro It J eveJt will bo repealed and it never ought to be repealed If it had not beef passed It might be difficult now 1to adopt Jt but with it in our funda legslfY2 i t 7a t states meet tlie test of this amend conlotctthe UnItcd States it is not the disposition or within the province of the fed eral government to interfere with the Regulation by southern staicg of their domestic affairs Negro Is Now American There is in the south a stronger feel ing than ever among the Intelligent InIthe race to make themselves useful members of the community The progress which the negro has made In the last fifty years from slavery when Its statistics are reviewed is marvel ous and It furnishes every reason to hope that in the next twentyfive years a still greater improvement in his con dition as a productive member of so ciety on the farm and in the shop and In other occupations may come The negroes are now Americans Their ancestors came here years ago against their will and this is their only coun try and their only flag They have shown themselves anxious to live for It and to die for it Encountering the race feeling against them subjected at times to cruelInjustice growing out of it they may well have our profound sympathy and aid in the struggle they are making We are charged with the sacred duty of making their path as smooth and easy as we can Any recognition of their distinguished men any appointment to office from among their number is properly taken as an encouragement and an appreciation of their progress and this just policy shall be pursued The Appointment of Negroes But it hay well admit of doubt whether in case of any race an ap pointment of Gne of their number to a local office in a community in which the race feeling is so widespread and acute as to interfere with the case and facility with which the local govern ment business can be lone by the appointee Is of sufficient benefit by way of encouragement to the race to outweigh the recurrence and increase of race feeling which such an appoint ment Is likely to engender Therefore the executive in recognizing the negro race by appointments must exercise a careful discretion not thereby to do it more harm than good On the other hand we must be careful not to en courage the mere pretense of race feel ing manufactured in the interest of in dividual political ambition No Race Fceling In Whito House Personally I have not the slightest race prejudice or feeling and recogni tion of Its existence only awakens in my heart a deeper sympathy for those who have to bear it or suffer from it and I question the wisdom of a pplicy which is likely to increase it Mean time if nothing is done to prevent a better feeling between the negroes and th9 whites In the south will continue- t grow and more and more of the white people will come to realize that the future of the south is to be much benefited by the industrial and intel lectual progress of the negro The ex ercise Of political franchises by those of his race who are Intelligent and well to do will be acquiesced in and onlyfromboth races The Labor Question There is one other matter to which I shall refer It was made the subject of great controversy during the elec tion and calls for at least a passing reference now My distinguished pred ecessor has given much attention to the cause of labor with whose strug gle for better things he has shown the sincerest sympathy At his instance congress has passed the bill fixing the liability of Interstate carriers to their employees for injury sustained in the course of employment abolishing the rule of fellow servant and the common law rule as to contributory negligence and substituting therefor the so called rule of comparative negligence It has also passed a law fixing the compen sation of government employees for Injuries sustained in the employ of the government through the negligence of the superior It also passed a model child labor law for the District of Co lumbia In previous administrations an arbitration law for interstate com merce railroads and their employees and laws for the application of safety devices to save the lives and limbs of employees of interstate railroads had been passed Additional legislation of this kind was passed by the outgoing congressI to say that in so far as I can I hope to promote the enactment of further legislation of this character I am strongly convinced that the gov ernment should make itself as respon sible to employees injured in its em ploy as an interstate railway corpora tion is made responsible by federal law to its employees and I shall be glad whenever any additional reasona ble safety device can be Invented to reduce the loss of life and limb among railway employees to urge congress to require its adoption by interstate railwaysUse of Injunctions Necessary Another labor question has arisen which has awakened the most excited discussion That is in respect to the power of the federal courts to Issue Injunctions in industrial disputes As to that my convictions are fixed Takeaway from courts if it could be taken away the power to Issue injunctions in labor disputes and It would create a privileged class among the laborers and save the lawless among their num ber from a most needful remedy avail able to all men for the protection of their business against lawless invasion The proposition that business its not a property or pecuniary right which can be protected by equitable injunction is pucedent i I usually linked with one to make the secondary boycott lawful Such a proposition is at variance with the American instinct and will find no support in iny judgment when submit ted to the American people The sec ondary boycott is an instrument of tyranny anti ought not to be made legitimate The Issuing of a temporary restrain ing order without notice basin several instances been abused by Its Incon siderate exercise and to remedy this the platform upon which I was elect ed recommends the formulation in a statute of the conditions under which such a temporary restraining Order ought to Issue A statute can and ought to be framed to embody the best modern practice and can bring the subject so closely to the attention of the court as to make abuses of the process unlikely in the future American peo ple if understand them insist that the authority of the courts shall be sustained and arc opposed to any change in the procedure by which the powers of a court may be weakened and the fearless and effective admin istration of justice be interfered with Having thus reviewed the questions likely to recur during my administra tion and yliaving Expressed In a summary way the position which I expect to tike Inrecommendations to con gress and in my conduct as an executive I Invoke the considerate sym pathy and support of my fellow cUi enfJ and the aid of Almighty Godfn the discharge of my responsible duties GIVES ADVICErO DAIRYMEN Gentle Bovines to Be Taught Use of Dainty Handkerchief MIddletown N YRev L William Hones pastor of the Presbyterian church at Roscoe Sullivan county who is widely known as the double of President Roosevelt Issues a week ly paper called the Roscoe Rockland Review in the current number of which he gives some advice to dairy men regarding the production of sani tary milk About a year ago says tho min ister we offered Dr Darlington some excellent advice on the subject of handling milk in the city He did not act on It which was unwise as it was unkind We now address ourselves to the dairymen The minister says among other things Break the cow of the filthy habit of wiping her nose with her tongue It is shocking to note the dexterity the beast has acquired in shooting the end of her tongue up Into her nostrils and act as if she enjoyed it We forbid the children attempting It Why should a mere cow be allowed to do it The cure for- the habit Is simple Place a bit of bitter aloes in each nostril three times a day until the cow ceases her unlovely task Use a sterilized medi dine dropper which must be employed only once These are cheap costing only three dollars a gross A dairy of SO cows will only require four gross a week When bossy has learned to appreciate the tender uplifting work place a handkerchief within easy reach of the cow Saturate with a little salt water until bossy becomes accustomed to feel the humanizing effect of linen Then substitute cologne These hand kerchiefs should be of good linen a yard square and changed three times a day Linen bought by the bale or bolt is cheaper than by the yard This part of the method will be acquired by the cow anywhere from three months to three years according to the intel ligence of the cow and tho patience of the dairymen CHINESE CLERK HUMAN FREAK Autopsy Performed on Body Shows His Vital Organs All Misplaced Oakland CalA remarkable anat omical phenomenon has been discov ered by Dr E G Wood in an autopsy performed at the morgue upon the body of Lee Wah a 22year old Chi nese clerk who died of pericarditis By a freak of birth nearly all of Leo Wahs vital organs wore misplaced most of them being on the opposite side of the body from their normal position Lee Vahs liver was in the left side of the body instead of the right where it properly belonged while the stomach and spleen were on the right instead of on the left The vermiform appendix was in the left side The heart was considerably to the right Qf Its ordinary location Lee Wahs left eye was larger than the right his left leg longer than the right and he was lefthanded In fact all that was left of Lee Wah was left except what was right and everything was wrong said Dr Wood in summing up the findings of the autopsy He intends to prepare a scientific account of Lee Wahs freak anatomy and publish it in several of the leading medical journals Cases of complete transposition of organs such as occurred in the body of Lee Wall are pronounced Extremely rare by members of the medical fraternity Man Always Omnivorous It used to be held that primitive man was a vegetarian but tho an thropologist Qrtvay has made careful and extended investigations which indicate that primitive man lilts the modern savage was omnivorous Where tine Cicvs Tree Thrives There is noV placo m the world welltas In the islands cif Zanzibar and Pemba It is thj p iccipal product of the Islands an4itjtogethnr with copra and the JIl the mainland ctovus forfitfce principal expertv y rI 1c SOUTH AFRICAN SPEED MARVEL TO VISIT AMERICA R ReCIordHere Is a picture of the little South African speed marvel who will visit this country the coming summer Though Walker ran some sensational races before his trIp to the London Olympic games he sprang info prominence there by defeating Jimmy Rec tor the University of Virginia flyer who the experts on this side of the t pond thought surely voul1 land the laurels for Uncle Sam Walkers most recent performances in his home land where he Is said to have covered lOffj yards in the wonderful time of 9 25 seconds and 120 yards in 1125 seconds are causing much comment In the world of athletics Though Walker undoubtedly is ono of the speediest men in the sprints today few sport followers are willing to credit his recent astonishing performances The little Albion H was led to the tape in the arrlerI Bobby Kerr the Canadian in lish championships last summer Kerr to be sure had to run the century In evens to turn the trick The picturo of the start of the 100meter race In the Olympic games shows that Walker beat tho gun Walkers foot is in the M LJ air while the feet of the other run ners have not left the ground Walker got away to a good lead antI Rector closed fast on him in the final 50 yardsWalkers picture however shows him to have a wonderful sprinters build From knee to hJpho boasts a muscular development such as seldom is seen Jimmy Rectors upper leg Is grandly developed nut does not boast the muscles that clothe the South Af ricans limbs Walker has just turned 20 years and though ho is only a stripling he has been several years at the game Ho has won the South African sprint ing championships the last three years In winning the 100 at these Championships on July 1 1907 Walker broke the tape in ten seconds which figures stood as a record till his re cent performance He sports the Nim bok of the Albion Harriers and has carried the emblem of that agile ani mal to victory In many sensational races Walker probably will not come to this country till late In August Championship Billiard Tournament Seven entries are assured for the worlds championship tournament at 182 balk line billiards Which will be started in Madison Square garden concert hall In New York city Monday March 22 The promoters of the event were pleasantly surprised to receive by cable the entry of St Louis Cure the French expert This entry gives an international flavor to the competition The American entries to date are George Sutton George F Slosson and Harry Cline of Philadel phia Assurances have been received from Ora Morningstar A G Cutler and Calvin Demarest the Chicagoan whose sensational advance Into the professional ranks mid whose recent games in this city made him the boy wonder of the age that their entries will be added before the time of clos ing the list- Donlin Says He Wont Play It was stated authoritatively that Mike Donlin will not play with the New York Giants this season Mtk declared that he would like very much to be with the Giant crew this year but that the salary could not be fled tebis satisfaction and no would stick to the stage Mrs Donlins bad boy Is making money hajd over fist In the the tricilgame 3 tit iiow and fee says fee fcifceves ia sskiarkrty YJriit llM tlild saalNi icul it t tc r BrJ J h t U t4 l nH i li TimeFor More PrintingI Iv are of its in of us to dur to o S Stamps and Sentiment A monument to Bums has been erected by the people of Scotland be afdo the auld kirk where Ills father was burled about half a irllo from thr cottage It is an ugly and tb Interior Is up to selling pos cards A thriving business is done bj the bore Rnstoa Herald Children Sit to Destroy Moths ilh the riiral districts of Saxon children were given a free day frock school last sumzttcr so that the alight ginnor moths of opscles de ICO Caught rh untrL We cannot speak a loyal word and be meanly silent wo cannot kill and nol kill In the same moment but moment Is room wide enough for the loyal gnu triean desire for the out lash of murderous thought and the sharp backward oft TGcqrso Eliot From Oueitfts fit Truth Some med treat the God f ibtit dr ki they treat Jlifelr Mfcer ffed They d6 fldt ncf Meias4 tkjiT dujjr denT fei lIi1iK ye ctiafi thsa and WI Srif r jt II IT is nigh tAif- the business men of of this vicinity finding oat we ate thes- Only Modern Printers with f6 Down to Date Outfit in the City ot It is time they were awaking to If they would teach tIle the of tile public come to us for the printing with whicbJ to do it We offer these ads vantages The Finest New and Down to the Minute Type the Stock and the Most Skilled Money obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MORE We vain enough to believe that we have a that eclipse anything Mnd section andnothing gives pleasure than exhibit to the ofprinters ink We would like call and show your we the goods H ne WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED f Anything Main St New Phone 91 It attain given postmaster theyere Possibilities stroke repentance Uatii dtfcyiMr 1q 4t- rrd Winchester earandcatch theymust Machinery Largest Workmen samples Kentucky production ccmfJdeJivei Printers i I Thlrigt Yes we outgrow everythingtoys tttle pink or blue dresses friendships loves and ideals and it is will that we do says writer in Home Notes We may occasionally regret some ono of them but if they were always ours how monotonous life wo ldbeit hardly would be Worth the living you know KILLS WOULDBESLAYER A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with many victims But Dr lungs New Life Pills kill it by pre vention They gently stimulate atom itch liver and bowels that clogging that invites aPPendicitis Jlri1 BilliousnessbChills Malaga Headacheand Indi gestioii 2c at Phillips Drug Store Dont Know How to Live There are people who so about the world looking for slights and they are necessarily miserably fir they find them at every turn especially iin aginary ones They are morally il literate for they hash ner kvkrnwi how fl6 live Harry DfuiaiitincL IJIhire rI e fC Tlfb goad kL41ta t9ii rie J t4 nI 1i fiW4t c Z i1 PHeS vift time were that this fact eye can line will this moPe users that a h F a a tkejarttvy i j 11 r Outgrowing a J preventing r s t r J WorldWhen circumstances of our dally Hfe find the thinker the man ieas He is the true ruler of the world Ho gives us all things from the clothes of OUT bodies to the clothes oL our minds gives us coats and commandmemtylfc 4ourthat wcr hareLondon wily Dlstatcjv NEAR DEATii IN BIG POND V fiIt was ft thrilling oxperlenco to IlfJtyeiintense Stlucnngs sU0writes rand several times nearly cauScdMy tleaffif All remedies failcdM ft3c this salp L was niciirable Then Uf Knlgs NoW Discovery 4ujclc ie f a d4 cur So permanent thlt I have been troubl i lIltw rjlMSoper Jives in Bi End t works wonders in Gwiffasraiid Golds tIrippetAsthma all Bronchial afftiofts ifOc VM iy0 Trial WQeSee nirai r tedd by PfcUKp gfity 1 1 sf tjj yi twk fat IrieM lla tit e Few Ir r Jl lr rs lsasgr bapt zso fi4sMl 4l r 1i rJJ l 00 J rfllHI t c1 if- f rv T r J I r 1 f f 4 t i flJ jl 0L t J I J 7 wio tl Vli f If lC ifJ Page Ekilit THE WINCHESTER HEWSSWINTHRflP PICKS CONGENIAL JOB K Will Be Assistant Secretary iJj q t 11ofNavy OFFERED STATE BERTH I Accepted Pocitlon t ider Secretary f Knox but Changes MInd at Last Moment Former Governor Herrick Refuses Offer of First Class Ambas sadorship Owing to Pressure of Pri vate Business Interests Roosevelts Last Day In White House Washington March 4President elect Ta t announced the selection of Beekman Wjnthrop to be assistant setaryof the navy and his accept anqe thereof Mr WInthrop was first offered and accepted the post of as sistant secretary of state but afterwards reconsidered it Myron T Herrick of Ohio for bust ness reasons declined an ambassa dorship at the hands of President elect Taft The post was not definite tyr Taft saying there were two or B3EKMAN WINTHROP three places in which vacancies would occur and mentioned particu larly the resignation of Ambassador iGrlscom at Romey Men who have been 50 years at the White House have no recollec tion of scones such as were witnessed there in the closing hours of President Roosevelts administration Tjtre latter s retirement was unpre9C denJeeT in many ways but chiefly in the JindredsOr persons who called wJthUlordent stood the test with the hardihood and joyousness that made his greetings to every man or woman n Pro pleasant than usual During all tthis tine he stopped at intervals to sign hills coming in from congress prto attach his name to photographs brought to him TAKES IllS INKSTAND Vice President Fairbanks Pays For Much Discussed Ornament Washington March 4 Vhen he left office today Vice President Fairbanks took with him the beautiful inkstand which has ornamented his desk for the past four years This irikstand hasTieen the subject of con siderable interest because of the pub Jished story that it had cost 5500 According to custom the presiding officer of the senate js privileged to design and have manufactured such ornamental receptacle as he fancies and the one procured by Mr Fair banks was made by a manufacturing jeweler of New York The criticism of the reputed cost of this stand has rankled in Mr Fairbanks heart for four years and he sent to Secretary Bennett a check for 200 which was the actual cost of the ornament and announced that he would take it with him BLOWN PROM TRACKS VJnd Makes Plaything of Southern Freight Train 7 Wilmington NC March 4WhIle r standing at a water tank at Dudley near Qoldsbbro N C a Wilmfngton bbund Atlantic Coast line train of 55 oars was struck by a gale accompa nied 1a heavy fall of hall Five cars were blown clear off the mainline and onje was overturned onw the track At ClintonN Q in the same local- Ity several houses were unroofed and some blown down At sawmill four milesfrom Cliwonja tree was blown down killing a negro employe t f t HiiSieedHitchcock Washington March 4Former Governor John F Hill of Maine member of the Reimblk tUifnational committee from th tf i Bas been named as acting cbiitiofsthe committee by Chairman Frank H Hitchcock v Burton G Sold Watch WasaingtQnSlarih 4Aa testi monial ffi tine1vices of Senator jelect Burton of Ohio as chairman of tbJ house committee on rivers and narbbrs its members presented hira with a gold watcaiK a c 5 i to r AT IOPERA HOUSE t Brilliant Audience Greets The Lion and the Mouse Wednesday Night Cast of Characters Eudoxm Rachel Barrj Rev Pontifex Beetle George Barr Jane Beetle Helen Hilton Mrs Rossmore Nelly Angel Miss Nesbitv Bertha ManveU Judge Rossnipre H Rees Davies Ex Judge Scott Luke Martin Expressman John Frccse Shirley Rossmore Carolyn Elberts Jefferson Ryder Rt E Magnus Hon Fitzroy Baglcy pGeorge Sydenham Jorkins George Barr Senator Roberts Charls J Burbidge Kate Roberts Helen Hilton Mrs John Burkett Rvder Etta Baker Martin John Burkett Ryder Walter Edwards Maid Bertha Maxwell Winchester theatregoers have been fortunate lately in seeing some good lays at the opera house None pleasedmore than tIre drama presented Wednesday evening by Henry Harris and written by Charles Klein The Lion and the Mouse A full house witnessed the per formance a special train from Mt Sterling adding about a hundred persons to the already brilliant audience Such appreciation and enthusiasm as have been exhibited by the audiences at the several fine plays that have been presented here lately and tIll large patronage they have received proves that this is a theatre going city and that the people will turn out to see a good performance ant are glad of the opportunity to see it at home and avc the additional expense of going to Lexington or Louis ville The manager of this opera house should feel encouraged to make a greater effort to present good plays as they will receive the patronage and support of the city The play teaches a wonderful lesson against the political graft of the present day and is a good text for a sermon or an editorial John Rydei is an unscrupulous money king of the world and is thwarted in his plans by Judge Rossmore Ryder resolves to remove the obstacle from his pat and so undertakes the ruin of tlu honest jurist financially and in reputation He had nearly accomplished his designs when the Judges daughter Shirley Rossmore returns from a European trip On board the steamer she had met Jefferson Ry ders only son and these two had grown to love each other Shirley learning of her fathers impending ruin sets to work with her woman wit to save his reputation She succeeds in becoming a member of the money kings household and the cli max of time play is reached when Shirley makes known her real iden tity to this Nero and in worth strong and biave tells him what she thinks of him The lion succumbs to the mouse Shirley succeeds in making this un scrupulously man realize what he ham been doing gains his respect and eon fidence succeeds in saving her father from ruin and marries the man slit loves The play is strong and exceedingly interesting throughout The portrayal of the characters is all that coulc be asked Miss Carolyn Elbcrts it the role of Shirley Rossmore pleased all and is a promising actress while Mr Walter Edwards in dealing witl the part of Ryder did excellent work R E Magnus in his interpretation oi Jefferson Ryder is hardly upth the standard nevertheless the company is one of the best that has presented the Klein drama JERSEY COWS SELL AT GOOD PRICES Sale at Hamiltons Stock Yards Brings Big Crowd The public sale of Jersey cows that was held at Hamiltons Stock Yard Wednesday afternoon was attended by a large qrowd and tIme buying was brisk The price ranged from 150 te 65 The quality of the stock offered was extra good and all of them were sold it MONEY FOR COUNTY SCHOOL TEACHERS HERE Superintendent Tanner Receives Check Wednesday For 208879 County School Superintendent Tan ncr received Wednesday morning a cheek for 208879 for the last pay meat for county school teachers This iSvthe money tat should have arrived some time hgo but was de laycd rVi t jti TAFTS1NAIIURAIEDContinued The culminating feature ot time in augural ceremonies will be the ball In the pension office President Taft and Mrs Taft Vice President Sherman and Mrs Sherman an l everyone else wilj attend time ball and the presidents reception will be one of the leading features He will be ot public inspection for the ball is open to all who have been able to pay 5 apiece for tickets The reception corn mittee composed of prominent citizens of all the states will present to Mr and Mrs Taft the visitors from their respective states The ball will probably last until midnight Tomorrow and the next day there will be concerts instrumental and vocal In the pension office to wind up the in auguration weak PEOPLE MAIN SIGHT AT CAPITOL THURSDAY Washington March 4In front of the capitol today stood a New Yorker gazing down Pennsylvania avenue Turning to his companion he let out a long breath With it came the words Gee Aint it great The wanderer from the Bowery here with some thousands of his fellow Gothamites was quite right Great is the only word that begins to rtc scribe the city dressed up in its inau guration clothes Wherever one looks one sees the national flag against a background of white and green the official colors Of the inauguration Wherever possible time committee on decorations has festooned and strung wreaths and ropes of evergreen against a background of white and the effect is very beautiful Besides the decorations the main thing to be seen today Is the people Thousands and thousands of visitors many in kaleidoscopic garb and uni forms throng the sidewalks and fill the hotel lobbies and the public build Ings They are the chief exhibit of Inauguration day It is needless to dwell on the fact that they have come from every corner of the earth Blue and gold predominate in the uniforms of time soldiers and sailors but in some of their trappings and in the curious costumes of the political marching clubs It seems as though all the colors ot the spectrum are represented While the eye of the spectator is as sailed by color in every shade and hue his ear is not permitted to rest Mill tary bands of every grade of excel lence orchestras drum and fife corps bazoo brigades and other instruments of delectation and torture are splitting the air Among all the musicians the ones the visitors like best to hear is the Filipino band the famous Organization which has come all the way from Manila to play In the inauguration parade and at the concerts Last nights glamour still dazzles the eyes of the inauguration crowd With Pennsylvania avenue a blaze of green and white with every building of any pretensions sending forth a flood ot Illumination Washington was a veri table city of light It was more It was a babel of sound of bustle of excitement Hotels theaters railroad stations and all other places of public resort overflowed with humanity uP intent on having a good time Inter est in the occasion seemed especially marked among the foreigners of the diplomatic corps and their families For the nonce they lost their alien characteristics and shared with the Americans the inauguration spirit The carnival feeling was in the air and some of the scenes on the crowded avenues suggested New Orleans or Coney Island at its best But underneath the clamor of greetings to incoming visitors the music of the bands the stir and jostle in the groups surrounding well known figures there was to be detected at times an under tone of sadness Sorrow intruded its visage in unexpected places in the per sons of outgoing legislators and offi dais who will be forced by the adver sities of politics to give up their posi tions today Some have already gone home but the majority of them will remain until the end of the inaugura tion festivities There are so many celebrities here that the visitors are tired of gazing at them A congressman gets a glance a senator a look and a governor has to be satisfied with a short gaze In the fighting line nothing under a major general or a rear admiral gets more than a passing squint But the enthusiasm continues unabated Every body of marching men going to take its place in line for the parade receives its shnre of the encoring The jackies from the battleship fleet are among the greatest heroes of the day Every one wants to have a look at the sail ors who helped to make naval history in the great voyage I have seen all tIme sights including the White House Ive been in the seri ate gallery and Ive been introduced to Uncle Joe Cannon said a young lady from the west who has been here three days with her father one of the high officials of his state Theres only one thing moreI want to be Introduced to Mr Taft at the inaugural ball The soldiers are splendid the sailors especially the officers are love ly and the city Is beautifully decorat ed but I wont be really satisfied with my first visit to Washington until to night when the music begins for the first dance And it seems as though she voiced the sentiments of all the women visitors to the Inauguration For them tlureal culmination of the whole affair Will come tonight in the pensidn office when the MaVlne an- dbeito ply t I 1 1 c t THRONGS LISTENING TO PRESIDENT TAFTS INAUGURAL ADDRESS AT THE CAPITOL SENIOR CLASS IS TO liME fXERGISESJ 1 l 1cStrong Cast is Selected and Interest ing Little Play Will Be Given The following interesting will be rendered by tho proglamI Senior plqss uf1Imo School oil Friday evening at the school chrtpcl Song By class Speech r Chums Botldn Song By boys Speech Ni Ufc Lou Banks Chorus Six numbers of class Recitation William Hodgkin t Senior Joker Lottie Crayne Cornot solo James Shea Farce Cimieely Peleg and Patience iV Cast of Characters MlvMonroo ouctIcpqpcr now a weaUjjy morchanj tHoJ art Fluty VIonwoe aiitociatidsligittly defieieutf in cduejjijiion Willie E Mao Nelson Elvirathoir dultitLerEdith Bush Mr Ejporrow grove a fortune hmiteurJoe Jackson Pelig a countryman coming to city on his bridal ton rl ames Shea Patience his bride Florence A Conway FIFTEENYEAROLD GIRL- MYSTERIOUSLY MISSING Miss Elmore Lawson Disappears and Father Asks Help in Search PARIS Ky Mnrph 4Miss Ill libya Lawsoit time pretty and attractive 15yearold daughter of Mr J W Lawson of Horth iMiddlolown has been missing sumac Saturelay and horpreisont whereabouts are unknown The father said his elatishtcr went to reside with the family ofamidMrs J II Stewart on the North Mid dietown pike five miles from Puns January 1lUI1 was to roturn to his home Monday When Mr Stewart started to Paris Saturday Miss L- awIsonTREASURY BALANCE 2570001 FRANKFORT Ky March 4 Thdre is a balance of 257000 in the State Treasury its of March Jrd according to figures made public today by State Trcfisureu Fancy IN Jii pIe little lown f Somenille Ohio lives J ILIdue now a hale mind hearty recently a man toraiented by a thousand demons und bound by the thongs of time cruelest nidster it had over been his lot to serve He says IwanI you to adel my testimonial to many that there are already for the Rheumatic remedy Rlicumaline I have been a sufferer from rheumatism for four years in fadt at ono time I was bedfast I heard of Rheumaline but like most skeptics thought that tmsI was a of tlic adver tiseel kind and riistiidpmit that ij fimtjiI MCORr ICK CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY Man Who Has Never Been Defeated Announces in Montgomery County AIT S1gInll Ky March 4 Democratic candidates for county of flees are aflnouncinjr here although time piinmnr ianot vet been called The latest announcement is G Allen MeCormickwho aspires to be Coun ty Judge Mr McCormick has served as County Assessor and Sheriff and mafic a fine record He is a farmer and is popular in all sections As a politician ho is a nast master and has had time good fortune to win nIl his races W M Graves and Earl Quiscnherry are out for Ascssor AY F Tioton and W F Henry for Jail JoJmiGoodwin for School James Y White tttiel Walter Crooks will be candidates for Sheriff and It Thomas is spoken ttf for Judge to oppose McCormick with Earl W LciilT and Henry Watstm prospective candidates for County Attorney time county primary nrpmises to ho a red hot one from start to finis IResigns as Police Judge Judge Joseph H KcuY1 i Its hits position and tbe City Council accepted the resignation and elected Mr Earl W Leuff a prominent young attorney to suefecod him Judge Kemper has served about three years and three months His resig nation a surprise to his friends Mr Jcljlt is a partner in practice of law with lion Henry 11 Prewitl chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee Sells Good Farm I R F Moore through W Hoffman Wood real estate agent of this city today sold life farm containing about 172 acres in Bourbon county to Jack son Stofqr of this city for 6250 per acre and other considerations Mr Jesse Morgan will crop the farm the present year RoyseCarmichael Wedding In this city yesterday Mr Doss Royse a prosperous young farmer and Miss IfIJthis county were married The bride is one T time prettiest and most at tractiv young girls in the county Pays 27000 For Farm Time fine farm which W T Swuugo advertiscd in The Herald for sale wo sold to the first buyer who looked at ALMOST PASSED IT Up j BUT GRABBED TIME immdivitliinlJauijust tamoelywlijccmoslt JUDGE Superintendent IPolico line a trial Iam pleased to report that Rhcumnline did the work I am absolutely free from all aches apd pains my rheumatism has left me completely I also found that luau mnline benefitted my entire system It helped my stomach and 1liajro an ap petite like a blacksmith And Rheu can do the same fov you It cures rheumatism lumbago sciatica neuralgia gout and kielney liver bladder stomach and blood troubles cnuscel by uricaciel Rheumajine p sules ston those terrible pains and Rheumaline Tablets relieve tfonstipa tion These thrce form the Rheuma lino Treatment Vuel are 1rQ iiied only at illilDlpSfJr GftrKheuma line ftnioes flic cause II it at 135 per micro Then Mr Swan go bought of YoS and R C Lloyd their farm of 200 acres near Ewing ton at 82 per acre DECIDES III PLAINTIFFS FAVOR LEXINGTON Ky March 4Circi- mit Judge Parker yesterday dismiss teel from his docket the suit of the Eastern Kentucky Mineral nUll Tim her Company vs the SwanDay Lam bar Company which was a suit iu vtilving the title to 2000 acres of land in Wolfe county The plaintiffs laim that by a contract made in 1874 they secured the mineral und timber rights to the lands anti sued the de fondants for limovalue of three and onehalf million feet of lumber which they claim the defendants hud removed and sold The defendants in their answer claimed to have been in peaceable adverse possession for more than fifteen nnderIwas not made for a valid considera tion and was lacking in mutuality In his decision Juelge Parker heM byImissed COUNTRY HAMS Ior sale fine country hams at 17 a pound S Renaker Sons 2273t FOR SALE Building lots on French avenue The best location in the city for u home WANTED TO RENTOn shares 100 micros land j acres for tobacco and 30 acres for corn Address Y C BOWEN Stanton Ky 342t- WA1TEliLivc energetic collector mId solicitor in Winchester Salary and commission Married man preferred Address tA Box 405 Lexington Ky 3431 IISee demonstration of Safety Belt at Currys by Mrs Kate iMborc Exam 34t DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COL LEGEIfso we can help yonTC Have already put hundreds through college by means ofour plan Write today for full information regarding our offer of a free schol arship in any school or college Address Robert J Sherlock 2931 East 22nd Street Now York City 342t VVAFJTED Success Magazine requires the services of a man in Winchester to look after expiring subscriptions and to seairei new business by means of special raeth ods umwuaUy effective pQsilion permanent prefer one with cx pericncc but would consider any applicant with good natural eumli fieations feaJary 150 per day with commission option Address with references R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Bldg Now York 342t WANTED A turner Will pay 2oO per day Steady work to good man I J BLACKBURN 407 E Slain st Lexington Kv 323t FOR RENTIlooms Miss CAR RIE AT YELLS No 60 N Maple 32Ct WANTED Tenant ftc grow 15 acres of t bn must give refercnces Atlelrcss B7 theirNcws office 25 3t j y L CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onchmnlfcent per word per ihser lion 5 cents per calender m nth Nothing counted less than 2Q words No item charged on- v books for loss than 25 cents There continuous insertions of Sarae item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used witidone year A cents a liner FOR RENT 17room dwelling First avo18 00 4room dwelling First two 12 50 5room dwelling Haggard st 15 00 6room dwelling Lox ave 18 00 6room dwelling Lex ayo 15 00 5room dwelling Winn aye 12 53 lIKE J b THE REAL ESTATE MANf FOR SALE OR RE4TTwi i able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner of Bunijs1 and Bcckncr W P AZBH3E 2Hlmo LOST Black silk scarf fbumidji- Maple street some little time a i Owner can have same by rinSipg- for this advertisement ana callirig on Mr AH Sympson 2If WANTEDTu take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls timk bales and rosettes MISS LUOY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Odl lege trcet Home phone 654- 1121U1Q FOR SALECheap graphoplione and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this cOlon a9tf WANTED Sewing at home or in families 1ERS HADDEN 21 Taylor avenue 215lmo- WAFTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office V to 217tf FOR REr4TA flat of four rooms with bath gas and watdr DR1 GLENMORE COPIES 217tf WIRE FENCEI still Luild all kinds ofwire fence Ii in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 2lCtf FOUNDIn front of BrownProc toria a brown belt with gold buckle Can have same by calling at News office and paying for advertisement 310tf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 2JL74fy FOR SAlEOld papers for sale at this office 216tf WANTEDDay bpardcrs MRS B H BRAMBDETT t4 S Maple st 222Gt WANTED A partner to open a mer chant t tailoring business in this city Address 154 Washington street 224tF- OR SALE Farm of 62 acres just out of time southern limits of Win chester Ky Has upon it a seven room dwelling barn and other outbuildings plenty of fruit Owill sell in parcels to suit customer Nice location for suburban homes Ap ply to J NEWT RENAKER at Peoples State Bank 2246t FOR RENT Flat of 3 rooms with water and gas corner of Maple and Fairfax streets Apply to F IT JACKSON or MRS E G SYMPSON 3V2U FOR SALE House of 5 rooms on Front street Pqynterville Cash or easy payments Apply 16 WILL GOPHER Kerrs mill 302L s FOR SALE 150 feet of varMenee YoA WHITCOMB 218 S nigh land 31tf See demonstration SaftiBelt Buckle at Currys 3tt f sYt FOR SALE rA good wprkhorsjAp ply at News office or CLiV 655 Home phone ig 25tfr f FOR RENT Cofctage Qu a1sf Broadway Apply to v irsLAUBA ECTON r i3 2itl J a