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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 J tl J i J V 7 L JJ rr rtt i1 7T7 j fJ c i 111t Last Edition THE WINCHESTER NEWS is r triitrrday j r I rt VOL 1 NO 122 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 5 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II WITS A WEIJt I FACTS OF INTEREST TO THE BUSINESS MEN OF WINCHESTER flirEarel Of Lexington Talks On Advertising And Tells How It Has Increased His Trade The following conversation took place Thursday noon in the Brown Prcctoria Hotel between Mr E L March the Lexington merchant and W A Beatty the manager of The Winchester News MR JJARCH WELL ARE YOU READY TO TAKE LEXINGTON AD I VERTISING IN THE NEWS YET MRBEATTY NOT YET MR MARCH ITS ONLY A QUESTION OF TIME WHEN YOU a DECIDE TO ACCEPT ADVERTISEMENTS FROM LEXINGTON YOU f HAVE MYORDER NOW TO COPY EVERY WEEK IN THE NEWS THE THIS4YGOES FOR THE BALANCE OF THIS YEAR AND CHARGE THE SAME RATE YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS PAY WHAT THIS MEANS Do you local merchants of Winchester realize what this would mean Lexin9rton Herald for several years and during all that time Mr March never rarr less than a fortyinch ad on Sundays in the Herald Forty inches was a very small advertisement for him From that his Sunday advertise ments ran up to two pages His average space used on Sunday would be from onehalf page to a page If he only used on an average of onehalf page during the year it would mean that he would use in the columns of The News 3640 inches The cheapest rate given any Winchester merchant by The News is eight cents an inch Mr March at that rate would pay this paper 29120 during the next year or nearly 25 per month NO ONE HERE PAYS AS MUCH There is not a Winchester merchant in any line of business who pays The News that much for advertising There is not a merchant of Winches ter who spends half 29120 in The News If Mr March is willing to spend 29120 in a Winchester paper he must believe that he will secure business enough from Winchester and Clark coun ty and will sell enough furniture to our local people to pay him a handsome return for the expenditure If Mr March can afford to rio this in his business i how much more can the local merchant afford to do the same or bet t ter to keep that business at home and to bring it into his store J If this is true in the furniture line it is true in every business fll ap plies to the dry goods merchant the shoe merchant the clothing merchant AN INTERESTING STORY While was talking to Mr March he told me an interesting story of one 1ofhis advertising experiences Probably every business man in this city Ii has read of how Wanamakery of Philadelphia the greatest retail merchant in the world devotes four per cent of his gross receipts to advertising They have all read that he attributes his remarkable success in extending his business to the influence of his advertising- Mr March said that 1908 opened a very dull year The crisis was on in financial affairs and the business man was gloomy about the outcome Dur ing February of last year he decided to spend during March five per cent of his gross business transacted by him in February He did so and his sales increased substantially In March he set aside five per cent of his gross sales of that month decidedigrowth over the preceding month In April he transacted so much business that he found he could not judiciously use five per cent of the gross sales 1 for May Mr March said that he had seen his business grow from a very small one to its present capacity and that he attributed his growth to his advertising MAKES FIRST BIG CONTRACT- As advertising manager of The Herald I made the first large contract for space ever used by Mr March Up to that time the store hall been carrying a cheap line of goods and had been doing venture to say con siderably less than half the amount of business done by any of the gotd furniture stores of Winchester Now Mr March carries the very best line of furniture and has more than doubled his original capacity for doing business He is probably doing a considerably larger volume of furniture business than any other Lexington merchant in his line He has two r stores instead of one as he originally started Mr March has told me again and again and will tell any one who asks him that he attributes growth to spacermade might be taken to heart by our local merchants He paid The Lexington Herald alone for his advertising during texinJtolt1LeadeiEvening Gazette venture to say that a local merchant in any line who would agree to spend 365 in the next year in The News for his advertising would have heart failure at the prospect Again that conversation was full of meat for the local business man Mr March told me thatTha Frankfort News the new paper at Frankfort adopted at first the policy that is being pursued by The Winchester News and refused all outside advertising The Frankfort News was not sup ported by the local merchants of that city and the paper was cotfipele theoutsidek carrying more local business than it ever did The local man to save his business life had to get in the home paper that was carrying the announce ments of his outside competitors into the homes of his own customers anti patrons I have written thus at length because think the story is a good one for the local merchant to ponder over If Mr March could do this thing why cannot you do the same Why cannot you increase your business nraportionatejy W A BEATTY i t Manager of The Winchester Newsos i iL 6 4 r a AGED SCIENTIST AND EXPLORER WHO ARE COMPANIONS IN TRIP THROUGH GRAND CANYON authorityforPresidentIroosevelthers of the Harriman exploration expedition to Alaska ontvMch occasion his constant companion was John Muir theRged explorer who became acquainted with the west when it was a mysterious land of wonders WEATHfR IfRIGHTfUl Mr R R Perry Says He Would Rather Be in Winchester Hav ing Good Time Special to The News By R R Perry 5iWhenIsaw the sleet and snow I wished I was home in Winchester Washing ton saw the worst blizzard it had experienced for years on inaugural morning Over thirty trains due for the inaugural ceremonies and carry lug thousands of people were from 8 to 10 hours late The program of the ceremonies was carried out fairly well considering- the weather The crowdon the Bradley Special is having the time of their lives in spite of the weather We dined at the Kentucky Club last night and met many Kenutckians who are now in Washington Senator Bradley and Congressman Langley made us short speeches- In the evening about 100 ofuscalled on Justice Harlan and had a pleasant time We start for home Friday and will reach Winchester sometime Saturday HELD TO GRAND JURY FOR CHICKEN STEALING NeaIxRome and Rich Curry the Two Negroes Arrested By Officer Tanner Committed LNeal Rome and Rich Curry the two negroes who were arrested by officer Tanner Thursday morning on a charge of chicken stealing were tried before Judge Pendleton Thurs day night in Police Court and in de fault of a 200 bond wore committed to jail to await the action of the next grand jury CITY COUNCIL The regulaI4neetingof tint City C Friday nilitNo t1l1cllWilal any ldtid that is before the meet n r si f 7 MR ROBERT STANHOPE IS VICTIM Of COWARDLY HOLDUP THURSDAY Well Known Blacksmith Attacked Beaten And Robbed By Two Men On Washington Street At 11 Oclock At Night While On His Way HorneI COVIardlypulled off Thursday night about 111 oclock on Washington street be tween Main street and Dr M S Brownes office Mr Robert Stan hopea blacksmith who lives on Jackson Street was the victim and as- a resultis 23 to the bad Mr Stanhope had attended the atIstreet about 11 oclock When he passed an alley near Dr Brownes oilice someone struck him on the head knocking him to the street and rendering him unconscious and leIlieving him of all the money he had on his person Mi Stanhope is blind in his left eye and as that was the side that he was attacked from he could not s0e who the persons were and was un able to recognize them Mr Stanhope says there was two of them and that after he had been knocked don one of them continued the assault upon him beating and cutting him about the head while the other went through his pockets The pocket fhatMr Stanhope had his money in was cut off the pocket was pulled out with the money and was then cut off v After regaining consciousness Mr Stanhope walked to Dr Rankms of fice where he had his wounds dress ed and then vent to his home The matter was policeauthorities and every made to locate the guilty parties but they have but very little clue on which to work MI Stanhopes wounds while not necessarily dangerous are very pain ful and it will be several days before IHJ will be able to ibat his wbrk again Everyman believes he lives in the best neighborhood in the world which would indieat that people areTpretly eceii every hore tE ITWO QUICK RUNS TO SMALL FIRES Department is Called Qut EarlyFri dayCottage On C Street I Damaged The Winchester fire department made two quick runs early Friday morning in an effort to locate a fire on C street There are three streets running into East Lexington avenue A B and C A lady turned in theI alarm and the drivers at Engine House No3 understood her to sayC A street The department quickly repaired to the location given and no one on that street knew anything about the fire The company re turned to the engine house and had hardly gotten unhitched when a sec ond alarm was turned in and this time it was C street The department made a hurried run to C street and found the fire to bej in a new cottage belonging to Mr Nj T Taylor and occupied by Charles Alexander The fire originated in closet but was extinguished by neigh bors before great damage was done and before the department arrived The loss is about fifty doll rs covered by insurancetiTv MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage license was issued Fri day morning to Mr 0 L Warren of Salt Lick and Miss Mae Tem kLeman o fLexmgtonIA NEW CITIZEN Born March the 3rd to Mr and Mrs William L Edwards of Boyd Kentucky n a son Robert Kenady Mrs Edwards was Miss Jessie Paf rishof countMthis rrfy- frftti 1t I SUNDAY BASE BALL Tfl BE kENO 1 PLAYED BY THE LOCAL CLUB Winchester Team Cuts Out Games On Sabbath At Home AIkI EIsiMee t Open Letter To The Public From Directors The directors of the baseball club met Thursday night and unanimously adopted the following resolution Resolved That no baseball be played by the Winchester clubon Sundays at home or elsewhere After the unanimous adoption of this resolution the directors switched all the Sunday games which had been given to Winchester by the Schedule Committee and fixed them for week publicationOpen Letter to the Public The llndersineildirectors of the Winchester Baseball Club at a meet lug held Thursday night unanimously decided that we would not permit anyballabroad This action was taken out of deference to the wishes of many of the good citizens of our community who asked that such an action be taken and who felt that it was Sundcyfor dayThefor the purpose of making money but to advertise the town and to give to our citizens a recreation from business worries and cares by wit nessing a good clean sport If the awayfromof depriving any of our people of this pleasure then there shall be no such game While the team was not or ganized tomake money yet to main tain the team in the Blue Grass League pay players salaries ground rents purchase uniforms balls and such other necessities will require at least 5800 for the season There will be sixty games played at home and We figure that the av erage gate receipts per game will not exceed 75 of which amount 35 is paid to the visiting team thus leav ing us a net orofit of 40 per game or 2400 for the season The games away from home will bring us no fareI400 will have to be raised by sub scriptionsAt we have succeeded in raising only about 2000 so it can be seen that we are still short 1400 of the amount necessary to carry us through the season The club would easily make this amount if permitted- to play Sunday ball away from home but this we have decided not to do and instead are going to trust to the liberality of the people of this community to see that enough subscriptions to stock 10 per share are made to insure the club playing out the season The directors are no more interest ed in tile ball team than any other lover of the game but the stockhold er having elected us to the offices which we told we feel it our duty to do all in our power to run the team through the season honorably and morally This however cannot be done unless we receive at least 1 more in subscriptions to the stock of the company That you may know who arc backing the enterprise we are herewith publishing the names of those who have subscribed for stock in the club of whom no one has subscribed for less than 10 There are many of our citizens who have not yet subscribed at all We cannot think that they have deliberately refused to join us but instead believe they save overlooked it through mere asaa game a complete list of the stockholders Will not everyone who is interested in the reputation of the town and a clean recreation for its citizens see that his name is upon that roll It is proper to say that many of our stockholders do not objectto our club playing Sunday ball away from Winchester but in deference to the wishes of the ministers and many others who have conscientious scrup upon the subject we have decided upon this action but whether we have acted for the best financial interest of the club is yef to be seen and that can Ionly be ascertained from the numberof new subscriptions to be received Hoping that these maYrbman1 I G It i J f J and prompt we remain Very respectfully W R THOMAS B D GOFF R W ROUNSAVALL W H HODGKIN BR JOUETT JEFF Q STEWART GEORGE HON WILL S DUTY H H PHILLIPS Directors Winchester Baseball Club List of Subscribers The following is a list of the prefr entsubscribers Chas F Alexander Jack Alexander Biehn Donoyam v w Bush faC H Bowen LeeS Baldwin Dr Isaac Browne T E Barnes Y J A Boone v Jonas R Bush A R Baldwin J M Benton J T Becknef Sue D Buckner Caddie Buckner v Battaille J3etts Vie Bloomfield Brown Proctor a v Edward Clark J W Chambers L B cockwii Phil Colten W S Duty k S Dinelli fEgan HosHns J H Evans T C B Finneli R 0 Fitch Ed Fox VJWarVickG fotBW H Garner H G GarrettClyde Gaines J M Walter Hampton A Howard Hatdptpn W H Hodgkin hGeorge Hon W M Jones Walter N Youni Jas M XRW P Hackett J A Hug hj fBropksfHampton John W Halt xrwtsJohn W HardjQ Ktf J H I R D Hunter v Sam H Jeffries 14 B R Jouett v l E S Jouett 7 E E KidwelL A G LocknaneV E L King v JiJ ft jtWJ R Martin D T Matlacir 7 F E Murphy D 0 Meredith v Woodson Moss V James A MoCourt W S McCarney T L Nunan G B Nelson J W T Ogderi Thos L Phillips H H Phillips V 1 Hunt Perry i f N R Ratliff T N RuPardrM D RoyseY V R W Rouusavall Leon Renakerx V v Scrivener Bros Gq H W Scrivener E Jouett Simpson I t w J T Stokely 1 Chas B stewart J M Stevenson Jeff Q Stewart C B Strother Hub T Simpson H T StrotherJ w R P Scobe dk SpH J D S lIDpsoniR S J W Stapleton w R siHwr Edwin 7I gitk WR TJ ii s j H Clay 1AN t StephenTi1W L S a jIGeoI CiiJ sit P gs 54- rr t IP tti J fp t 4 f U Icr j I J ka 7 L I I 5 2 p Twt r r THE WINCHESTER NEWS q JNlMToN TUEIWEDriiiu i SAT I 7 S 91O1iI21 44151G11819 29oE31I k 4e Ib DIRECTORY A Kentucky rIJ According to the last census Ken tucky has a popdlation of 2147174 Tie area is 40 400 square miles j i400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Nprthwesteriy direction j tbisfact retarded the con structipjr of orailroads and the dee1t manyr c years ThE early railrjoads werebuil6 frojti the East and went dyer the more level temtorieat NortIiofthe Ohio River anaSouthof the Cumberland Iouniin5 In thos days there was only a limited demand for coal and luBibBrr N6w that the demand has in creaseji 7 t btjld seem that a kind pravidencfl has he jlreserve pur almpst ine Jchaus 9le ut ities until a time wHen they are most Ouiup1yfnontfe to last for nany years fa ome 1sWe fhaye a coal area ofover fixteen thousand square miles Other min erals await development Natural gas and oil in paying quantities are being developed in many localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky than in olher States in pro portion to population Good people regardless qf politicsor religion are always welcome Clark County Libia acres 1 8176 Value of real and personal prop rty includuig franchises s1ou4fs870 t Tax rate for all countv purposes 5Q cents on the hua dolais The foothills o the puiitas are on the Eastern xbqrder Qftl1f3oUIty the Kentucky Kiver on forms the couhty line for a disfance of tweptYfive rDU s tIe i river of Winchester has ex t nsive lbpr11ills Three railroads go entirely across the county Chesapeake Ohio LouisTille Nashville and Lexington Eastern Blue Grass isa hatural product Uncultivated land wilL set itself in blue grass Crops qf timothy and clover can be raised with profit Corji wheat ryoi and oats are the grain crops Tobacco is raised in large quantities I All nits that are aHapted to the cUmftt6rcan be raised witli jprqfitT The census o19GOay theJipopu lation at oh vj Circuit Court i JI ti It First Monday in April sevcbnd Monday September first jond y n December J 1 Benton Judge Bl ACrut her Attprney tt Co Court f Fourth in eden month Quarterly Court l i ThirA Tuesdayin each monilL 4 County Officers J EL Evans Judge L J S A Jeffries Attprney f Hpward Hamtotc keriff jt Ii09 Evans DtyijjfjA a John Bedford l IfA Boone CpimtyUSejJcy S araPQweil DtpitekwS T FQX CllCtait rUIC L Tink 1 enaJ t 1i ti tMTvr t I W E Sphar Treasurer tieoige Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace IFirst district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F Fi Goodpaster Seventh district Eon E Wills Whiiiiester County se tar n a circje qua and a half milck in aiameter Popui io l census 9009J964 The city has overrlapedi the corporate limits and pw hag apppulatipn ofii ear tep thou sand It ia located on the dividing riHge between the Kentucky and Lick ing Rivers has water worksj elec tric streetcar and Unlimited naturaT gas Splendid1 graded Scbpojs and numerpus churches The Kentucky Wesleyan ColIegeis Jocated at Winchester The fire department ispneof the best in the State The assessed valuation of aK prop rty ic1udingfraniss 4692499 The tax rate on the dollars is scentsio iffy and fifty cents for scliobisl The C 0 L Nand L E 3geographicalfacilities make the city a desirable lo cation for factories New concerns are given five years exemption from taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasure in giving information thy Officers J A Hughes Mayor Si It Tracy Clerk F H Haggard Attorney F P Pndleton Judge Riland J5 Ramsey Collector Ji R cse As ssor t rit i Iss1 Brinegar Coroner N H Witherspoon Treasurer Police hi1aLTarpy5 jDeputiearCarrai Azbiil Alberl Tanner John Ballard fL Board of Council First wardShirl y HrfddenW P Hackett Second wnrdA RUnltinT L Todd Third wardDoa PiggJ Q Bpbne fourth wadJrP JIlCS Fifth warG D ebullum Sil DincUi Board ef Education G W Strbther Prdsiderit C 1t Rees Searetary H W Scnveaer Treasurer Harry Eaton J B Cornictt W AV Adams J IAIlah James Hisle Zena Bruce r NK 3dsterx j Fire Department A R v t Jnp W Harknsecretry Renewing Hostilities iNg19fr o discovered therd is on s divorce Ts wholly lin- nor3rDagIey Sharpiy o Whicli ll that NulThe state of single blessedness Iiruslrited Sunday Mfefeslzhie yoi SeaGoing Variety Shad of DfogeneX inpuose I can claim tho distinction of having been everJlveihidpiit Icndw you should have heeii on NtieCIlZIlutrated Sunday Iiiiiz4L tr t rrft l iJI t 0 I VALUABLE POSTAL l INFORMATION j 4W 0 It Jr Si McKinley of Orient Ohio president of the Ohio State Le guof PpsimagtQrs has prepared and is sued the following information with regard to tlf6 p stit service arid how the people may help Whim you address your letters or cards witli a lisail fTeBcU see that the addrdss is plainly written Most letters lost are improperly addressed ypu had beUeiusea a dlkWhen you address a letter see tluitl you pell the name 6f the town AOT reclly Many postoffioes have Umiiar names Dont write Cin for Cuicin nati br Cot 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 newspapers r packages if yoiiolo the matter be comes firstclass mail and you must pay fetter jpbstage twb cents an ounce or you are liable to a fineof 10 Wiitten of typewritten letters plac ed in unsealed envelopes are subject to the anitt ratq of postage as when sealedr tiyo cents an ounce Posticard in transparent e lYe6 tJiffijorc 4 aldrcsS one receiY0 it and aiid the name of the sendprjiStanip fetist be placed on envelop and not on card when enclosed intransparent envelopei Post cards containing writing and n l it transparent envelope LfJiwheth ztlca or unscalqd must bear a twocent stamp and the stamp ml1sr be placed 6n the envelope instead qt the card Send mon y by postoffice money order for if it is sent in this manner if lost Ti the mails the Post Office De partment will issue you another order Seijd valuable pajcroI merchan dise by firstclass registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 25 Patrons of postoffice can get better service by renting a box If you have a box th6 postmasters work is jght eaed and your mall is not handled or looked over like it is in the general delivery The Post Office Depart ment makes great conveniences for Y9 ii so do not hesitate to help in rot lWi1Cni you mail a letter or package1 sqe that it is substantially done up Thd rapid handluigpt fhls mal same times pys a pQQr envQ bpfi ov covering pf a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and postoffice on the package and if not delivered it Will bo returned to you butyou will have to repay the post age unless it is ffirstclass When move to another post office notify the postmaster from your former postoffice to forward your mail and notify the publishers of your papers Chat you have chang ed your postoffice Letters from the pension agency can 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 you and not go to the Dead Letter Office as thousands of letters j3o If you receive a letter bv mistake and it isnot yours dont open it but return it promptly and if you do open write on envelope opened by mistake and sign your name Origin of Muslin This favorite material of the tsum mer girl derives Its namb from be- Ing first made at MOsul or Mousul a town In Turkish Asia From there it was Introduced into India and first brought to England in 1670 A few Years afterward it was manufactured in large quantities In France and England and in the present day Eng lishmado muslins rival in fineness the nio t delicate of gauzy muslins made in India Are Atl But Meand to an All higher motived ideals concep tions sentiments in a man are of no account if they do not come forward to strengthen him for the better discharge of the duties which devolve upon him In tHe ordinary affairs of Ufe =Henry Wrt B ecidr Violence of Reason tleason is always a kind of brute forc6 those who appeal lo the head raher Qiaii the heart however pallid arid polite are necessarily7 men of vie lerice WP speak of touching a mans hisfIeadton Why Sha Decflnad Really said the stylish lady en thufiastically to her frland it is worth while to seo the wonderful dls ptayof rhodbdendroris nls it re plied her friend languidly I like to look at the reat big clumsy beasts too but it always siel1S s6u peas caOsL4ndoiLt f f n 5 I ojU 1i 1 irortup 0IkS GAME FJOLE HOP Played With Bf rrB tdI1l Full of ExcWsmt T1efrigsrkple iiiiate four uastroshnhig tliOIiooL pie fram tiiijj Umbtdf it tree or In d doorway Tffc bftjedtlk te1san4 ulqe orrnore feet aWay andvtlirow a bean jig through eacWJiF tlie four boles to toue1ing4thcrcount of t4rnfqr the tfirQTverIs made for edliflqeeui throw five if the bag goefk through lint touches jsomeTVhfefjr Tbc tatiiher counts ten iflie catches the bag when it hits the HOW THE CAMElS PLAYED jjoople or striugrasthls makes its di rdctiou waver and fIt is harder to cdtch The catcher counts five when he catches a clerfr thrQfJQri which the thrower counts ten The thrower be wcrhnshndgame Is 200 Ani fcumbcr inay play by takIn tUriiseiich being pitcher and catcher an ecjtial number of times The game may be made more excit lug and harder by nuil iiig the spaces In the hoople fralf sebr in eighths t FARMEb GEOR E j fi A Country Loving King and an Indo pendent HarveojtiYpniaH King George III who reigned over England for iiearly slxtrtfears was a very good natured maii and one thing he l kcd to do was to waltz about the country lanes and iHllc to people who did not know who be was Indeed he lovedoiryIife so much that he was called Farmer George One day when It harvest time he with walking thrcghspme fields when Noticed that In ohb bf them there was only a womatiaf vroric1 The king stoppini b HMHle while toT talk asked tha voihan tvtiere the b her workers were They have gone to see the king roplibd fcKd Woman And why didnt you go with thcin5 asked Farmer Gooygewho saw that the woman did not know him I would not give a pin to seehlm exclaimed the good woman Besides she said the ptherSr will lose a days work andthat Is onora4thari I can afford to do as I havp five little chil dren to work for f King George sniilcd and then tak ing some money out of his purse and giving it to the rQ nI1csail1relJ you may tell ypur frIpda who have gone to see tUe kig that the king camo to see yVurv Then jolly Farmet George raised his hat and wlkedwxiv while the harvest Ayoman cuId dq nothing but stare after him Camel and Tobacco Smoke A newspaper cprrespondent made a curious discovery abput camels during the Sudan campaign several years ago Ho was In the habit of going into the inclosuro where the beasts were kept at night his objectbeing to make a study of their hiityjts He was a great smoker and he goon found that the camels were tory fond of the smoke from his pip One old member of jthe herd scented tp like it particularly well The correspondent noticed that the camel approached him the minute hbentqre 1 tfco In closure pro vided he was smqklag und he usually was and always nose close to the pipo so as tp juljalc the fumes When It had taken a good whiff II would throw back Its jhcnd turn up Its eyes and s all9W thesnoke with a great sigh of SellghtTChicagp News f Tin Yyi ts This Is a will give good exercise to tfie mind pme player begins by asking a question of the per son next him whiphmust be answered In words not containing any vowel which the questioner interdicts Thus th player says Haye you heard Pat tiI Answer wlthput c The reply would be Yes1 but only once or No Ive not Then the one who replied asks of hJne neighbor for Instance Were yonevcr In Europer Answer without o The reply I have never been the would avoid the vowel interJdtei11Thus the qUosS tions and answers goaround the cir clel Any perion iflnsjnij answer con taming forbidden ypTicl must pay L1f r e tITryrKjs Trick Place a peanrfiat on ths table then seize It by the edges between the points of two pins Yb mriyValse It without UI surfaceround and round f i The Alphabet fh1S ntence The following1 theshprtest sentence containing all the pf the alpha lozeIlIUnuorfu72ta 1 ttr 1 ft4 4 ri Ji U Electric Current 1j WeFurnish Electric Ciirrcrxt Day andNight for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current far Motor td- DoYotsr j 4S of 1 Washing J RunYourSewingrrachine J tt1 Run IurIthgtron To Curl Your fiiir I1 Run Smoothing Iron To Do Yoiir Ironing Run Soldering Iron To Do Your Soldering t We ffurujsh Current jfor Stl Purposes We Sell All Tungsten LaiiipWfpr Less Mon ym n Aiiyother Plant iii Keritucfey Winchester Railway Light Ice CoINCORPORATED l1 WOULDNT YOU BE DISGUSTEDi- f a colt storm came along and caught you with not a srattlefnl of coal in your cellar It is likely t happen too- I l r ady for any old jkituldP weather hy having us semi OII up S omd erf our clean non kjinker coal Theft if yout Leefc it y ull have it Youll Ittiyp use for it someday anyway vf Our Cow aiidLCh5cKei Feed Leads Them All J R Main CoaisniSoppiifii 4 Bush has them GAS HEATERS i AND RANGES j FAVORITE StOVES l BEST in the World BUSH ontheCorner HAMPTON Pros F CURTIS Castilt TiiE Slark Canffly National Bani M31N STREET M rib8t0t Kentael1 Capital 209000Surpluc oo o9q LJndtvidcdProftt3 t 000 JC OrgsnIzed ISfid being the oldest BaD i the city Uoiluctlons made On all polite and your omits solicited You can not eat all the flour advertised as the best on earth an you can not make a mist he in us ing Mansfields Best Patent or M Lilly Every sack guaranteed MANSFIELDS FLOUR 1IILLS Winchester Kj 1113 rSmoeod SlT SAVED HIS LEG A1IYtiought Id lose iy leg writes A Swenson Watqiiown Wis Teu years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Thou Buckleus Arnica Salve mired it sound mid well1u falKlile for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt flhbthn Boils Fver SOf s Burns Scalds Cuts and film 25e at Phillips Drug SCoreT Givin seine Trashy people education said Uncle Eben is purty much like Ma music in one o deshere putI machines Its nIl right when It goer In but It sure do sean like trash when it conies ont Wahthton Star TRYA PIEWS W 8t4 iI AVR11SEMEr1Jlv l Well ffend the Wheel so that it will be as good as new if you send your carriage here No matter how badly damaged it may be we can restore it if anyone can Our repairing is grpwing more pop ular among carriage owners every day Do you think that woujkl be the case unless our work was more than unusually goo- dSTROTllERT SCOTT Winchester Opera House Satury Ii rch ijp tATflZD5I ICHi Ii heWAYN Ef PR sENT rftd ho Big Mu sic 1 Comedy ffn i WHlffHA T Complete in Every DetaiL SELECT COMPANY 30 PEOPLE 30including the famous American JlcautyChorusOF 20Siriging and Dancing Girls20 ELABORATE COSTUMES StENERY EfFECTS Same as original NewYork Productioh Special Tvlatinee 15c25c Night Prices 25c 35c SOc 75c Seats on sale at usual place Thursday at 9 a m IHurry Jobs demand mighty quick action We try hard to meet all such calls We are riot infallbile but reputationin this respect is decidedly in our favor In an emergencyTEST US GRANT WITT S CO 30 North Main First SUbfJ irfe t 11 The flt slibth2rtti a biaf is tHe a J1tiJ i t4i i Jf pstr r CALL ONI NEiSGNTheTfansfefMan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 84- Night Phone 339 icBlfflilglil Transfer and Ice gaL- afiltln 3nd Hauu u F qf I f nlture Planes Etc a pe 1anYt NO it North Main Strwf kfj WNCHESTER TAILORING qOMNY Y MG p HtocXitiNET Pi5 Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repkk DRY CLEANING MiD DYEING A SPECIALTY XW Cor Main Mil Fairfax W AC3 AIM GAS AND Enq n SIMPLE r RELIABLE UECONOMCAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee r WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES llAtIN GAS NEE 8 MFG 10 INCOHrORATED WINCHESTER IYr pRqfESiIO f L C 1f t L eM T l iOKr rrT ftoriey tLarri sttn 1wiflrlitrr yri v n ur j i t r Jctioii FtIJ 0 Atto1neys Pt i tJ 1rSMnin Sti nrcitej t SEE WLBEWI BOTO FOitfJ Fresh 6 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce 5 f BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK GARAGE Bring me yottr autorkfobile for repair or storage 1 have anupfodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Lads Chas Hagan Wih hester5Ky Cor Broadway and Highland SUDSGRIBE FOR TiE HEWS I Capitdl Sfoo oo1 Undivided Profits THE I Winchester Bank or- j1VINGHESTER KY l I tN 1H WITHERSPOQN iPREsIDE T t W R SPHAR 1 J1I hCASOLICIT YOUR A000UNTSIS rtr I- rCulinary i The unhappily Is never ftcfibcorotla1n the Charles ton News and Courier Vell iirtet in o actot bl tllw t jf p 7 f fi Zfro nt Zl o I d t4Ls I f w t O J It 1 r I i1f 0 i0 i2 L 1 h xi rjO F 1 h lrtir cjc fejittSlftV r 4 3 c 4 4 3 t ir biTHE WICESTERf f t JJ J 1RE hnpdjjtarice OF HOMETOYNSoLBui fyl and the Beautiful HbWAA SCHOOL CAN BE USED SKould ic the Very Heart of public Effort and Thought Need of Tree Pantn 8ooietieeValue of Com rcd Effprt 2 The Ambition pfl a good citizen should be fo create a completely furnished poSiticajery town in the United States should fee nindenQt only beautiful by its citI- zens but wealthy as a political organ ism says the Independent If wealth fe scattered or donated to an institu tion at a distance the donor cannot as hometerltimenl I jiouiX be aa sacredly considered as e smaller homestead What can one do for his own town He ctin certainly do something far bet r ter thpn fighting evil Ive can build the useful and the beautiful Among the fZlrmcfSbcstVrfverbs Is Hoe the corn arid the weeds will take care of themselves Prohibition has no value beside permission and encouragement Agqod ball ground donated by a kindly spirit and looked over by the donor- cnn be made the very expression of manly sentiment al1longthe boys of the town We know one man wto Is called the town father although he Is riot yet in ml ale life He gets his title from his determined effort to give the young people what their youthful spir its call for while by his kindly zeal be is able to suppress the evil associa tions commonly connected with gaming fields That marls spirit quietly governs and educates all the young people of the town He is a force by tilnlSelf a sort of superintendent of education without being a nominal teacher TA town school gathering to Itself all the forces that have heretofore been scattered among a dozen district schools has fortunately become the rule all along the pioneering path of the Puritans westward Such a build lug If placed In the center of several acres of ground where the garden s hool idea can be developed doeS for tile town what the old school system was incapable of accomplishing It not only develops a new sort of spirit in the young people making them Corkers as well as thinkers but the commodious building becomes a cen ter of town thought and effort Those who create town libraries should invariably associate them with the school It is unwise to duplicate ex penses but it is still worse to fall in creating a town center The school building should be the heart of public effort and thought A town tree planting association Is needed everywhere The first organi nation of this kind on record was in Clinton Conn This was followed by a second In Clinton N Y These or ganizations have been in existence for nearly fifty years and they have done avast deal in the way of ajakingtheir towns centers of refinement They are constituted of the more enterprising and cultured people who meet once a month rotating in succession to their several homes After luncheon upon such fruits and vegetable products as the season affords and after discussing these the afternoon ox evening Is occu pled in consideration of town Improve mont Both of these towns have become notable not only for their ad mirable avenues but for their well planted homesteads The best methods of culture and the introduction of rare trees and shrubs are always prominent topics An association of this sort If composed of men only should be sup plemented by a cooperative associa tion of women for household improve ment The annual fee should be smal but It should be sufficient to make possible thn testing of the value of new plants and trees The town should turn bverjttio care of street trees en tlrely Ch a trained land ot cUI zsrnTore properly to that One who Is rejected by them as best qualified Town authorities are rarely qualified fJudicious Work of this sort jThq creation of a town park involv lug itho evolution of a love for nature can bo greatly advanced by Individual effort Seize on every waste public spot for the creation of the beautiful CI1ItonRto promote the planting of the village green and later a smaller park for the Xheirailroad depot a welcome to strangers and an unsightly canal bank now ap pears as a fine wall of Norway spruces frhe appefit Is not so much to he mil ijpnalte as to those who can only give to a modest share in the renfeinbrance of prosperity There should be ft combination of effort so that wiplCone ran gives the school park another constructs the building and a thirdsfContributes the garden and or chardi We know a village brought to infefront tatikas a residence home by a inan who transformed a wild glen 4lilto a thing of beauty and a joy fori ever The Idea caught atid all about hjia the farmer folk began to cultivate the beautjfuL That town today iaj known throughout the land for its loveliness A iII its cultivate the toWn spirit It is Our social home state qrit8 fehpuUL be compelled to kiep th lr hands off local fights Keep tip the thsplit Let town tram tlonl bo reoordied for the children riiemafable trees be guarded and beau tifurfgieris orTgroves wlthjsprlngs oft J ifirStftifater bead fed ytherpujllc r fj r1 Jt t CA t 0I WHAT IS EXPECTED OF TAFT Presidents Greatest Tasks De IThefined In a National Symposium is the most important task the new administration under President Taft What one great thing be achieved by the incoming Taft administration The Christian Herald of New York sent out a letter of Inquiry containing these questions fa a large number of prominent men end women allot them representative Americans and many leaders in their fields in the nations wprk Deluding United States senators congressmen government officials governors ofstates jurists maya ors bishop presidents of universities authors artists admirals generals and capitalists Two hundred replies were received In these pUIio lOss than forty dir ferent legtektlve kad administrative tasks were m ptI ned asbelng of first J ii1prtanca1u dealing with government anil social eform educational prog purificatlonof1 labor and advancing the welfare of all the people nnd nearly every corr spondent voted more than one subject TBbtlat tike reeqH of the appeal to the paWk ojiinion an to the most Im port tteisk before the new administration stands as follovYs- Re4lQ the tariff h I JOJ 83Prwetyeftefeulate ehljlji jabov 76Improved 70ContinueExtpnd rural free delivery 67 C5SafoeruaraA larger naVjv Restrict Immlgrattou f Tuberculpete refrulations 52 Reconcile cptli and labor 47 Finish the Panama canal tObliterate sectional lines GreXter sanctttyotcourtz- RevtvaI 39 jt merchaRt marine 32 30MoreWork for Ideal government 16 Inland waterways 15 14HelpPurer food laws 13 Postal savings banks 12 11Prosecute 10Extend10ReducefRegulateAn unmuzzled press T 0 Ballot for women 3 Total vote 1450 BALLOON RACE IN JUNE First Grand Prize National Contest Will BoHeld In Indianapolis Americas first grand prlee national balloon race will be held in Indianap oIls June 5 official announcement of Which was made a few days ago by Cortiandt F Bishop president of the Aero Club of America The winner of the race will be regarded as national balloon champion of the United States the prize being a gold cup valued at 1000 The race will be held UDlcrI the auspices of the Aero Club of America and In accordance with the governing rules of the International Aero nautic federation Aeronauts from any nero club affiliated with the Aero Club of America may participate In the contest pro vided they have received licences as pilots from the parent organization There aro now but eighteen licensed pilots in the United States but as several aero clubs have organized recentIly with new balloons all being built it Is thought that several additional aeronauts will qualify as pilots before the date of the race ThoI balloons will be sent up from the grounds of the Indianapolis motorI parkwayIt originally intended to hold this race in September or October but as another balloon contest of national Importance is to take place In St Louis the week 6l Oct 5 it was decided to hold the grand prize race earlier in the season Tho St Louis race will be held during the celebra tion of the citys one hundredth anui yersary of its incorporation WORLDS BIGGEST MAP It Will Be 3724 Feet Long and Out line Leng Island The biggest map in the world will be constructed on the south side of the oj New York by the celebration committee It will be 3724 feet long and extend from tho Manhattan shore to the Long Island City shore This map will be sixty nine feet in height The map will be outlined by electric Incandescent lamps and will outline Long Island in red and the location of the principal towns and cities will be by green lamps This gigantic map will not be n9iticeable by day at a distance but for one week during the celebration of the opening of the Queensboro bridge It can be seen from almost any point on the East river water frontage Religion as Handmaid of Health The present tendency to cultivate health Ik cultivating religion is gef g many recruits Evek highly conoorTijI tlve clergymen preach sanitation as well as tbeolo yi Taking tre of the health npw forme part of the instruc tlon In convent schools Mud in private schools which though nqnsectarian are conducted on a Christian basis As for this beauty specialists the first thing they learn is whether the pa tleiat lives Boemally or if certain der facts ofthe skin hlQnot a foundation in the breaking oi health rules The one who cultivates beauty of face and form Illus llve a life near perfection Leaders of religious thought ute the good refiuits apparent from the religion and nealth propaganda r THE BErlESFOBD iNCIDENT The Retirement of the Fameus Cem mander of the Channel Fleet Quite a sensation has been caused is political and naval circles inqreat Britain by the flrerne5tof Admiral Lord Ch tles IBeresford from the post of commander in chief of the chanhel fleet This is one of the most impor tant commands in thp British navy and Admiral Beresford Is one of tIle best known of Engllshmen not alone because of his knowledge of naval af fairs and his record as an officer but also because of his grasp of the af fairs of the world and Ills popularity among the people of other countries He has often visited America and has always displayed great friendliness toward tile people of the TJnlted Spates ADBOBAXi XtOBD OHABTES BEEESrOBD Lord Beresfords friends believe that he Is being forced out of the navy by the faction that follows Sir John Fisher first lord ot the admiralty with whom he has often waged a battle of words The admiralty recently announced that on March 24 Admiral Beresford would vacate the command of the channel fleet which will then cease to be the chief fighting unit of the first line of Great Britains naval force The more Important vessels under Vice Admiral Sir Archibald Berkeley Mime now second in command of the channel fleet will fonn the second dl vision of the main fleet under supreme command of Vice Admiral Sir William H May second sea lord of the admi raltyit understood that this means that Admiral Beresford virtuallyretires from the service and wlJ11Je placed on half pay In the ordinary course he would have herd the channel command another year and would have retired under the age limit in 1011I Admiral Beresford who was born in Ireland in 1840 was the hero of the bombardment of Alexandria in 1882 when he commanded the Condor He has since been known as Condor Charlie MISS HOPPERS ROMANCE Her Marriage Under Difficulties to a Wall Street Broker One of the romances off the stage but connected with it is the match between Edna Wallace Hopper and Albert O Brown Miss Hopper is considered one of the greatest beauties of the American stage and is as clover as she is fascinating Her husband figured In a sensational failure lat Au operiatorThe financiii embarrassments of the groom Interfered with his matrimonial plans and In order to avoid additional notoriety at the time the marriage which tqok place in November was not announced until a few days ago EDNA WALLACE HOPPEB Miss Hopper Is playing the leading role in George M Cohana Fifty Miles From Boston and will not leave the company Her husband Will remain with her for the greater part of her present tour The bride was once the wife of De Wolf Hopper She was re cently made a party to a suit filed by the receivers of Mr Browns company to recover a 7500 automobile and o 2u000 Insurance policy given her by Brown just before his failure Orientals In United States As a result of the demand for labor of thoi past few years and of consequent high rate of wages many orientals in eluding immigrants from India and Korea as well as Japan have been at JapaueseIon sugar pfeatatlons The demand for an exclusion act that would apply to all these Asiatic has therefore grown in Intensity rapidly fu the pat few years While no suqh act has been passed by congress a paragraph was inserted in the immigration a pt paswd tjQ yssa- go by virtue of iwkhtl president Issued an order from the United Stat orall Japanese and Koreans without passports and this has resulted in Mfelnje the flow t 1 4 BACHELOR AND BABYWhat Happened When He Was Loft in Charge I am a bachelor with a peaceful dls postition anjd a balcUigadv JJ j state of single blessedness and my baldness are my misfortune not my faults Various gjrls are to blame for the first and unremitting application to novel reading in bed may nave some thing to do with the latter Like the traditional spinster a bach elor is authority on the rearing of children and I have often expressed my Views oi the subject at some length to a sister of mine who fe married and has a small daughter aged five It so happened that I have seen little of the child as my hours for calling OH my sister are late and when I arrive Grace the little girl is usually in bed But the other day my theories on the training of children received a severe Shock My sister said to me John Robert and I have an Invitation to Visit a friend of mine for the week Wejgous Now Ive often heard you say that youd know how to bring up a child and heres an opportunity Suppose you come over Saturday afternoon and take charge of Grace until Sunday evening when we come homeThis invitation I accepted although It meant giving up an evening at the Sunidayurday noon just before she left ready for business She said You wont have anything to do John except to keep an eye on her and if you feel like it to amuse her take her for a walk tomorrow or something of that sOil Maggie the nurse will look after her meals put her to bed and all that so I dont think youll have any trou bleThen she turned to Graces who had been standing by her side gazing at me with a wideeyed stare common to children and which to my disgust made me feel somewhat uncomfort ableGrace said my sister mother is going away for Sunday and Uncle John is coming here to stay with you Now be a good girl and do what he tells you As she left the room I turned quickly to the child Dont you want to play Oracle I askedYes she responded with cnthuii asm want to play horsie To anyone needing strenuous exer else I can recomnaendVhorsie as played by my niece or rather as played by her uncle at her direction Procuring a piece of string somewhat the worse for wear she ap proached me and requested me to take it in my teeth You dets on de floor explained Grace so down on my hands and knees I went The equestrienne sat on my back kicked me in the sides and pulled violently on the string I crept painfully about the room continually urged on to greater speed until I final ly stepped in the hall for rest My sister was a careful housekeeper but my hands and the knees of my trousers showed the traces of their contact with the carpet As I was ex amining them Miss Grace said Want to play horsie on de piazza uncle John 0 no dear I expostulated Its cold outside and I stopped Tears were gathering in her eyes and her lower lip was beginning to tremble Very well well go I assured her but you must put on your hat and coatI her on with her wraps and we went ot on the pazazza It was a clear cold autumn day and the eun was shining A beautiful day for a walk But I was playing horsie Up and down on the cold piazza I crept my hands and knee getting sorer every minute I hadnt thought to put on a pair of glpvesi and after two or three laps decided theyd be useless You Isa fat slow horsie remark ed my rider as I started on what I de termined should be the last lap of the circuit Just all reached the steps In front of the door Grace suddenly dismounted with a cry of joy and ran down the steps I raised my head and there on the sidewalk stood the Only Girl trying to repress a smile while my rival stood by her side grinning malevolentlyI My hands were black my trousers ruined my hair was rum pled the string which I dropped was tangled up In my collar arid I was dripping with perspiration cole as it was You look warm Mr Blake grin ned my divinity with a smile Having a hot tune John grinned my rivalMy sle left me In charge of Grace I explained and I am engaged In amusing her ThIs game is known as horsie Its a little bjt strenuous They smiled and passed on while I goinsome other day When it came time for her to go to bed the nurse iupi dressed her I tjiep picked her up and was about to deposit her in the bed wIen ske reminded ae she had to say her prayers When she feagam I felt slnfaU When ske flashed I felt B1ffjeso After My lug NQw I lay lieu as fast M ahfc could ale begax ejv father and meik er all herotkeI r I1aeXHlt ate her cat her doll the famU do Ute cookamd all the other erta tmrA sjfinished 0 Lordbree s 1e J8ii put some hairs on his head an make uim pritty AwanJ 1 o J Ir SUCCESSOR TO SENATOR PLArrr cuuKBpa vy uuuiu5 yyaIH11nwn u r Ellhu Root who recently resigned tl1eportf llo of secretary of state has been given the senatorial toga worn several years by Senator PlatV of NeW York Senator Root has also held the post of secretary of war In Roote Vejts cabinet I uuUUUhhUUh dUUh MEN SOLD UN BLOCK TYPICAL SLAVERY DAYS AUCTION HELD IN NEW YORK Object Is to Obtain Employment for IdeMitytt JRNew YorkAn auction of white men the other night was the spectacle fchat drew thousands of persons to the Ea kBlde Presbyterian church in Flat bush The auction was in reality an object lesson of the conditions prevail trIg among working people and served to get Jobs for a number of men The church was crowded when Rev John E Long began an address in which he outlined the pitiable conditions of ninny a man who was willing to work but unable to secure a posi tion Outside the church a crowd of 3000 persons clamored and struggled to got into the already crowded house Sof worship Mr Long introduced Ijjdward T OLoughlln who was to conduct the auction OLoughlln outlined his plan to which the men he would present had agreed This was to offer them as dt were on the block to the person who iwould give them a Job through which they could earn subsistence and a few dollars beside if possible The money end however was an after considera tion as the men who had come to him wanted food and shelter principally Mr OLoughlln then led on to the platform 50 men young and old all more or less shabbily garbed and dis playIng in their ways the pinch of want All of the men wore black masks so as to conceal their Identity to all but purchasers Each lau was numbered as they were put on the block No 10 was the first man presented He was described as an iron worker sand molder long out of work and in want and willing to work at anything Several men In the audlencewalked to the platform andas in slayery days critically surveyed the subject One man went so far as to feel of the mans limbs and muscles It was finally announced that tho man had been sold to W F Copeland Who would tO him employment in an industrial lasBOclation in New York The terms were not announced No 21 was the next up He was de vartinservjce In the United States army in the Philippines He was an electrician by trade No 21 went to a Flatbush family the name of which was with held by request It was announced that the family would give him 55 a month and board NO 23 a painter went to a Newark N Ji man who promised pim iOa week while No 14 a gray h ired man was taken away by a young man who said he would give him a home and Vorkatonce ThussLt men in all were disposed of when as the hour was waxing late the Spectators many of whoi lcCQuly felt the scenes they had witnessed formed themselves into a committee took charge of the remalnfaig 44 tteh and prdmlsed to find homes and Jobs for them EMr Long and seyeraIothOrs then addressed the people oataide the church telling what had been doajs and isdRg aid for the many unem p im qrtater Isiew Y rk- JoW D RoCkef61ier who ad been telegranjierin 1 JLCoan c cut girl Has for qttea her nam wkich Is wmk inp titude to shoW to lie parents and iItiveVwfco quarreled for weeks before 8 lebflh It tor aersOietrbit Free Pres r VILLAGE WHERE WIFE ROLES Husbands Relegated to Background at Llangwn England London There is one place in the TIlehandworld falls fiat and that is in Llan gwn a little oyster village Dan es tuary of the great harbor of Milford Haven for In Llangwn it is the man that rocks the cradle When you speak of iJangwn you mean the Llangwn woman It is she who goes out fishing It is she who Quaintly dressed in short homespun skirt felt hat aid red shawl and with a dopey pannier hawks he oysters and fish round the countryBldeand It is silo who holds the purse and tireMi the family including the men Il10lisuaslQnmatch for a varsity rojdng Blue in points any waterman in strength and any fisherman round the coasts of four nations in doggedness against wind and tide in undauntedness ina high sea or in net handling Mentally she is quite up to the times Liangwn women were among the first to apply for small holdings Llangwn women have banished the public house and there are many Llangwn women awaiting old age pensions Needless to say she is a liberal Her life is severe and Spartan Her religion Is of the breed of that of Cromwells ironsides The Llangwn man is somewhere in the background He is a domestic animal He has not even a claim to Us own name He is Mary Palmers man or Bessie Lleweylllns son There Is no offhand talk of the wifeor the missus in Llangwn It would appear that Llan gwn is the Utopia of the suffragists Not so however The women of Llan gwn have not the slightest need for the vote Their men have it which is quite enough DEAD GERMS KILL LIVE ONES Form AntiToxin Against Pneumonia Blood Poisoning and Typhoid Boston After two years of work and experimenting a vaccine which it is said will check the germs of pneumonia blood poisoning and typhoid fever has Been discovered in the laboratory of Tufts Medical School The announcement Js nwle ihro gi Dr Timothy Leary head pathologist at the school who said that an anti toxin for those three diseases hid been perfected and that arrangemeats Would soon be made to supply physi cians The Tufts pathologists worked into practical use the theories advanced by Sir A E Wright of that dead germs autonfaticaliy create an antitoxin in the blood for all liv lag germs of the same kiad Ik other words dead germs in the blood form- a poison that fs fatal to ll living tenDs of the same Icimd 1Ab whlck it comes in contact FbllojwiHg but thIs theory it was proved that It is pb Ilble to Inject into the lilood dead germs and that after the inoculation they will formS thte antitoxin fatal U all living jgerias of the same kind Working on thIs It was only a qvM tioh of isolating the germ in qlmtiokr Girls Dream Finds a Gem Shamokln Pa brlvimg Miss Jennlej Nslbour to her home at Johnson Clt aftor a owTlkse TW to iwtttJJTota A Blrkle of W aiMfi rt laec discovered that he had lost a il6diamond hirt stu4 He bailed ba 41 N ibofir early OHJ iMKt day wid tiii of his loss She 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Stations PM AM sir Lexington 2 5r i Winchester 305 1J85 L i 1 Junction Sf O flipisfcltantonCampton Junction 430 888 Natural Bridge 4 36 Btaltyvill oknt jiili N 1b 1r Athol oo 61 10 0 K Junction I 5 Ui6- rjacl son 16lO Ii14Q Waetaaumi IDi1 D t 1 H lji IltNZI IJI Sun i t 1AMJ L- v3ackon 6l 2O 7d0 0 f K June Sii5 2V25 705 Athol to 040 2 32 730 Baattyville Jnne7di7 3 20 754 SUjDamp ton June 7 48 357 828 Stanton Sii5 428 B4 Clay City 8 25 435 f OS L k E Jwnc 9 O 5 07 9 31 Winl ester 912 550 i4t1 ArLexington 955 605 10f25 TilE FOLLOWlKq CONNECTIONS S ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAV i L dt E JuhcKon Trains Noa juid 3 will make connective with ttU i 0 By fir Mi SriiCarapton JuRotioii Traiia Noa 1 2 3 and 4 will connect witk tit lcuhtain Central iy JCor pasaenjgara to ind from Campton i y Beattyville Junction Trains Jtfos and 4 will c nnectiO B witktkeL Railway for ttyiilleXy 0 K JfiTraIaa-a 5 4 willconnept with UiJ 4c X Railway for Cann l ty Bryand iray Mat iii W JL JtfDOWBLL Gaai Ifyr CHAS SCOTT Q P 1 17L SrTOE ECONOMY h 1 We rw itroeMy n w ant fid Let K 1H now and have you moasiirt takf en for the future also SAM tE ittOE STORE 24 N Main itr 57 TAtAIi4Ts i CIk Coy Auiit 3t 4 DqL beoHco1tDk 7t tl13Iwys BburBon bounty SeptamMr r7 r- f days irJLoiiftl Ldays kMlylurnisfree of c1ar1- iThkssUe 13t t 1 dysVi4tpaestt lL4tI lSt1IAr Tctel O J t 4 41LAoqu t MtJJlJ jLincohi eyJrj2nox Mw ltr Iisr wiJaAlftri W M I H I 4TNYANEAiI YEItiMEIT I s 1 J 3 i i l ty ir j s j Jr i 0 1 f y r J a i Jj i is rI r age Four 1 t YTHE WINCHESTER NEWS w r E WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Ineorporated l OfficeJ South Main Street b Winchester Kentucky Daily Excspt Suricay Entered as secon class matter November 28 1908 at the post office f Winchester Kentucky under the lit of March 3 1879 tr lUBSCIHPTiqijURAJES Carrier 520oily1teekr 10 Payable at flceo to collector 4Iryweek Mall Delivery year 300 months 150 It month 25 jiiable in advancea itADVERTISING RATES DisplayPe Inch r time any edition T s 25 times within one weels 60 v ek continuously 10- cJlendaj month l300 weeks fonr times week 240 weeks three times a week 180 vesks two times a week I 120 Veks one tinieyaweek 75 discounts 3 months 10 per Iti months 2pJer cent oily J f 33 13 percent Reading NoticPer Line V2CJgn s New Phone No 91 I i FRIDAY MARCH 5 1909 THE SACRIFICE OF OUR BASE BALL DIRECTORS The action of the directors of the Winchester Base Ball Club in cuttingj e16ejwhere discloses a spirit of selfsacri Jice and surrender of personal pref erences for the faketof the con y scientious scruples of others that is asiare as it is beautiful Every citizen of Winchester should read the Open Letter of the directors of the Winchester Base Ball Club which is published in this issue and then they should ponder over what it means to these directors to cut out the playing of Sunday ball by our team not nly here but iii the other towns It was not so hard to refrain from it here and that was decided upon some weeks ago though there were a number of officers and stockholders who did not think it wrong but when Lexington Franlifbrt and Paris de j cided to have Sunday games and the schedules were made up providing for our playing there great pressure was brought to beak upon our club to play with them in those towns In addition to this the profits of the Sunday games are very large We understand that Winchester has already been offered a large sum for her share of the gate receipts of her first Sunday game at Lexington With Sunday ball not here but in- games elsewhere the clubs financial success was assured as well as a snug nestegg for the next year Without it there was a deficit of at least 1400 in sight Then too It was a plausible argument thatso long as there was no Sunday playing in Winchester there was iio wrong in our club simply playing in other towns which were going to play anyhow and especially since the players themselves didVot object Ydt in the fade qt these conditions J al 1with full Ldnwlnr1Yn that the fir nancial loss would fall upon them y the directors of thcrWjnchester clubj1 in deference to the wishes of a num ber of the Christian people of this the greatest churchpoing town in Kentucky have unanimously decided that there shall be no Sunday hall ison cerned either here 0Itel 11wreL This paper wishes to express its hearty approval and endorsement of this spiritof deference displayed for the conscientious scruples of others and it wishes t Cfryod yjtp know and note the naraSil 1HUiWe directors They are W RU Tlitiu sl B D Goff R W Ronnsavallj W wIn Hodgkin B R Jouett Jeff Q Stewart George PhillipsSoniccondemn Rut we helieje hat Ito great body ofme jawabidujgvjnpval city r ft etA izehship of this community will thank these men for what they have done But upon this class the dictates of common fairness now impose a peculiar duty It is to rise as one man t to the support of the club With baseball in Winchester simply a clean wholesome and delightful recreation there isUOr reason for anyone to tf withhold jhisV help personal and fi nancianl The 1400 of additional stock must be sold and at once It is up to those who have objecje td Sunday linll 4 laynlgto subseilbe for it without delay Elsejviiere five print the names of the present subscribers Only sl4pQ more aref required This would be but a smalladditional quota from the membership of each church Let us show our faith by our works Let us endorse the action of the directors by making up this 1 400 the coming week The News wishes to start now aull does so by subscribing for another share of stock w t IREIDEWTS ALIRE TheIiope tH r ofa certain part of thc1 reactionaries that President Taft would break sway from the advanced ijposhatteieflby bjraiik avowal of ad hesioivtpTRpo eveUfsVideas in hisJ inaugural address Judge Taft said rI have had thc tqsbe one o the advisers of hiy distingiiished predecessor and as fctutd bold np his hands in the reforms he has in itiated I should be untrue to myself to my promises and to the declara lions of the party platform which I was elected to office if- did not make the maintenance and enforcement of those reforms a most important feature of my administra tion They were directed to the sup pression of the lawlessness and abuses of power of the great combinations of capital invested in raili oads and in industrial enterprises carrying on interstate commerce The steps which lilY predecessor tool i and the legislation passed on his rec ommentTation have accomplished much have caused a general hilt iit tle vicious policies which created popular alarm and have br6ught about in the business affected a much- higher reward for existing law The President further says tha to render the reforms lasting how ever and to secure at the same time freedom from alarm on tile part o those pursuing proper and progressive business methods further leg islative and executive action are needed As was expected he again prom ised that an extra session of Con srroPo would be calledon March 15 to revise the Dingley Act And as he realizes that any tariff tinkering dis turbs business he is insistent that the tariff bill shall be drawn in good faith and promptly passed He favors economy in our National expenditures is with Roosevelt on the conservation of our national re sources holds that the expenditures to maintain our army and navy are necessary and wise and believes in a bond issue to finish the Panama Ca nal and perhaps to improve our great waterways Taft thinks our monetary and banking laws should be changed so as to secure gcaterelasticity in thel forms of currency available for trade and has hopes of a solution of the question by the present Monetary Commission lIe recalls the pledge of the Republican party in favor of n postal savings bank and wants to see a proper bill passed President Taft is strongly for the lock canal at Panama and proposes to support the work of Colonel GoeJ thals and the engineers lie saidtThe lock type has been selected We are all in favor of haying it built as promptly as possible We must not now therefore keep up a fire inI the rear of the agents whom we have authorized to do our work on the isthmus We must lOldup their hands and speaking for the ineom ing administraiioujjl wish to say that I propose to devote all the energy possible and under my control to the pushing of this world on the plans which have been adopted and to doingLfmthful the early completion of this the greatest Constructive ciitiprise of C J Z modern limes Taft has good words for the South So wants to increase the alread- good feeling between the South wand- he other sections of the country And in speaking of the appointment of negroes to office he says But it may well admit of doubt whether in case of any race an ap point men t ofone of their number tt a local office ina community in wliieb the race feeling is so widespread and- acute as to interfere with the east and facility with which the local government business can be done by the appointee is of sufficient benefit bj way of encouragement the race U outweigh the recurrence and increase of race feeling which such an appointment is likely to engender Therefore the executive in recogniz ing the negro race by appointment must exercise a careful discretion not thereby to do it more harm than good On the other hand we must be care fur not to encourage the more pre tense of race feeling manufacturec in the interest of individual politico ambition On the labor question there is m mistaking his position He sympa thizes with the policy of putting al safety appliances on interstate rail roads inchild labor laws on the liabilityof interstate carrier Gelnfpers and his followers can hope fo nothing on the injunation legislatioi they have asked from Congress lim iting the powQrs of the courts in labor cases On this question huh convictions are fixed ItIis plain and straightforward It it what one would expect from Taft There arc no rhetorical flourishes He believes in certain things and says so He loaves no uncertainty as to his position on the great ques tions of the day ofsthe United States comes to his posi tion better prepared for its duties than any of his predecessors lIe has had the benefits ofa thorough legaT training He was a great Judge he has been a greater executive in tin Philippines he handled the Panama ofichaos Everything that has come tt welltHe is the President of the whole country no longer the candidate ofu tifthe sympathy and support of all pat riotic citizens THEODORE ROOSEVELT By William II Taft Mr Roosevelts courage in the expression of his convictions I need not dwell upon His real and what on might almost describe as affectionate interest in the welfare of the poo man of the man who has great obstacles to meet and who has the odd against him in lifes struggle anV the sincerity of his desire to hell that class of men no one who eve had lo do with him could doubt ant his insistence has always been tIm hey difficulty between the socallci classes in the country and the failure of educated lawyers and polities economists and others to bring about proper relations between the wellt do and those who arc dependent upon wages for their living arise from ai absence of a proper point of view on the part of those who are leading comfortable lives The confidcncb that the common plain people including the wageearners have had in Theodore Roosevelt as their representative and defender has been most perfectly placed for there nev er was a champion more sincere in support of their real interests and yet there never was a friend frankci in his statement to them of the tin pleasant truths that occasional ought to be told Mr Roose understands the plain people about as well as Lincoln lid share their feelings and gives Accurate expression to them Hence his marve hold upon the great body of the people which has continued to exist in undiminiShed strength in spite of the criticism heard of him and his methods in quarters more conspicuous than really significant When the friction of the last few months shall be forgotten when the mists of momentary irritation shall have disappeared the greatness of Theodore Roosevelt as President and leader of men in one of the great movements of the countrys will become clear to every and he will take his place in his tory witlr Washington and Lincoln UerSt 1 i NABBED WHitE SELlINCCEMS Greek Has Necklace In Possession DECLARES HE FOUND IT Omaha Police Recover Valuable Ornament Which Disappeared From Knickerbocker Hotel New York Nov 26 Last Man Under Arrest Admits Having Been Employed as Sweeper at Hotel but Insists He Picked Up Necklace In Gutter Omaha Neb March 5While trying to sell to Albert Edholm a local jeweler a necklace valued by local Jewelers at 50000 John D Solavini tisn Greek who for the convenience of American ways calls himself Savis was arrested by the Omaha police The necklace consists of a single string of 63 pearls carefully matched and fastened with a clasp set with a diamond of unusual size Savis entered the jewelry store and presented a single pearl which he offered to sell Assuring himself of its genuineness Mr Edholm gave him a valuation of 50 or 60 whereupon the Greek offered to sell him a dozen at 40 each but said a friend had them By a ruse the jeweler succeeded in notifying the police and two de tectives were sent to the store whore the man was arrested In his posses sion was found a large revolver but he made no resistance At the sta Ion a search revealed the entire necklace which he was carrying inI his pocket It was found that gem offered for sale wasthe smallest of the 63 The police had received from the New York police department the de scription of the necklace which was said to have disappeared tram the Knickerbocker hotel in that city Nov 26 last Savis said he was employed by the Knickerbocker hotel for 13 months in a position known as side walk man He was sweeping rofuso from the walk and as he brushed it over the curb he saw the necklace lying in the gutter with some rubbish He put the string of jewels in his pocket and says several persons wit nessed his actiOlLJAfter going to his room he exam ined the pearls ldselr He kept the necklace in his trunk after that lit tle dreaming he declares its real worth He examined show windows for similar necklaces hoping thereby to get an idea of the value of the jew els but found they ranged from 25 cents to thousands of dollars He says it is the custom in his country for the finder Of Valuables to receive onethird of their worth and he thought the owner would make known his or her loss if the necklace was valuable Not learning of any loss of pearls he concluded the find was of comparatively small conse quence CONFLICT IS REPORTED J Russian and Chinese Troops Clash Near Harbin St Petersburg March 5 =It is ru mored in St Petersburg that there has been a conflict between Russian and Chinese troops near Harbin but no confirmation is possible If the reports are true the trouble probably arose out of the situation following the efforts of the railroad authorities at Harbin to control the local admin istration Baldwin Had Third Daughter San Francisco March 5The will of the late E J Baldwin has re vealed the fact that he had a third daughter of whose existoncefew were aware The youngest child of the famous plunger and horseman is Mrs David F Shelby wife of an Oakland candy manufacturer She is well known in Oakland society and church circles where she has made a nota ble record as a charity worker Mrs Selby profits to the extent of 50000 by the will of her father To Build Airships New York March 5 Announcement was made of the formation by wealthy members of the Aero club of America of a company to manu facture airships It was said a merg er of the various interests engaged in experiments with airships in this country had been affected ami that the factory of the new concern would be locatedat Hamraondsport N Y Reduction In Steel Sheets Pittsburg March 5Following a meeting of independent sheet manufacturers in this city a reduction in the price of all grades of steel sheets ranging from 2 to6a ton it is said has been decided upon The meeting was attended only by sheet manufacturers and a report that steel bars and billets prfces had also been cut by the independents is not correct Two Perish In a Fire New York March 5A woman and a 12yearold boy lost their lives sev eralpersons had narrow escapes and five men were taken to Henry hos pital Its a result of a lire in the three story double tenement at 313 Seventh avenue Brooldyn The woman who perished was Mrs NatilanRadilowitz and the boy was JJ9rpy her son i RUN MARATHON TONIGHT Maloney and White Will Ract Over New York Track New York March 5An interesting event to sports in general and Irish sports in particular is the meet ing tonight of Patrick White the champion runner of Ireland and Mat Maloney the former amateur cham pion at the Marathon game Maloney has the Credit of running the fastest Marathon ever seen in this country save the one in Boston by Longboat which was not recog nized by the A A U White has come across the oqean with a good record has never raced here but those who have seen him in training say Tie has both speed and stamina Tonights race will be Maloneys first appearance as a professional The men will run the full Marathon distance 26 miles and 385 yards in the Sixtyninth regiment armory for a purse of 2500 of which 2000 goes to the winner French View of Taft Paris March 5The papers of Paris give much space to the inaugu ration of William H Taft and the retirement of Theodore Roosevelt Opinion is that Mr Roosevelt has had a remarkably successful and pictur esque career that he has aroused the moral forces of the United States and internationally has filled an im portant role on the worlds stage Mr Taft although less impulsive than his predecessor is regarded as a man of great capacity and moral strength consequently lie is characterized nsa safer presidentsboth for America and Europe FINANCIER A SUICIDE Frank C Hollins Unable to Bear Up Under Financial Reverses New York March 5Made despondent by ill health and the collapse of a number of financial and industrial undertakings which he had launched Frank C Hollins 60 a brother of H H Hollins the wellknown Wall street bahker and himself a financier and promotor of note committed sui cide by inhaling illuminating gas The suicide had at one time held an important position with his broth ers firm H B Hollins Company but Jn 1886 following some disagree ment with the head of the firm he left to engage in company promoting particularly of straw pulp manufac turing schemes v Womans Body Identified Cincinnati 0 l arch5The body of the woman found in the branches of a tree near Venice where it had been left by the receding waters of the Great Miami river was identified as that of Mrs Era Ferris of Linden wald asiiburb of Hamilton who dis appeared from her home Dec 9 fol lowing the arrest of her husband on a charge of drunkenness Jap Question Up Again Sacramento Cal March 5In lieu of antiJapanese statute the senate expressed its views on the subject of Asiatic Immigration by adopting a resolution calling upon congress to enact an Asiatic exclusion law that would keep Japanese as well as Chi nese alieiaj out of the country WADDELL SEEKS DIVORCE Noted Ball Pitcher Says Wifes Temper Is Something Fierce St Louis March 5A petition for divorce was filed by George Edward Rube Waddell here The document charges Mrs Waddell showed a violent and ungovernable temper at times and also that on one occasion when plaintiff threatened to leave de fendant on account of her association with persons distasteful to plaintiff while they wore residing in the city of Lynn Mass defendant caused plaintiff to be attacked by a i air of vicious dogs and seriously wounded and lacerated Mayor Makes Sensational Charges Lorain 0 March 5 Sensational charges have been made by Mayor A King against a member of the city council in a communication to that body in which the mayor says that one of the councilmen attempted to influence a woman of the tenderloin to tell stories against members of the police force which would result in the probable expulsion of two officers The mayor says the councilmans course was of such a revolting character that its details are unfit for publication LEAVES IT TO COURTS Governor Will Neither Sign Nor Veto Indiana Sunday Ball Law Indianapolis Ind March 57 Governor Marshall sent a special mes hewouldley bill legalizing baseball on Sun day but would leave the question of its constitutionality to the courts Coal Dealers Complaint Cleveland 0 March 5Claiming they are discriminated against the coal dealers of Ohio and Pennsyl vania will make an appeal to various railways leading to Lake Erie points for a lower freight rate It is asserted a rate of 90 cents a ton is charged for hauling coal 250 miles from Ohio and Pennsylvania points and only 112 a tpn is charged for a 500 mile haul from West Virginia Local OptlonN Victorious Olympia Wash March 5 With only two votes its the local optionmeasure passed thehcru3e Ths bilinow roes to the te1t a fen r 1by fS I t LA 1 FINAL CLEANUP SALE of 14IValuesUp To 25OO pride tJltI6ix These are hei 1i1 eftorcfers of ti season butJan good wozthy and as smart in style i as man can Want 6 v7 D6ntr fail the best yoti can for the money the opportunity here for Call at Once I RupardStewaitCo I February Reduction Sale As inducement to cash we are to give 2O Per cent discount during 11c month of February 11 Everything the store less 15 during this sale Positively no goods charged at this J count sal- eLooKl See wHat you Save 100 Diamond for 8025 Watch for 2O 10 Clock for b 5 Knives and Forks 4 Silver Teaspoons 4 r Everything in store at same rate of discount JewelersOpticiansi1 1 J rYou Can Take T I e o t Where t Iencrarce- rd bE iiroua of lparnip is the Ii Ait y t i any t A t get l j you 1 an 8 5 your pick tram a large assortment of moulding Ours is kilndried moulding ceiling balustersany where where you need good kilndried wood that you can depend on come to us We have it Our prices help our sales I UINCORPORATED R P SCOBEE SON 8l COil greatt- is MOTH TIME i is at hand and a few ounces of our moth preventatvies will be worth many pounds of cure later on if you neglect to take proper precau ions now We carry catnphor balls cedar camphor and all the standard semedies to keep your clothing clear of the moth pest at reduced prices this month Ji PHILLIPS DRUG STORE i r rtt Faithfulness Is In rhp Few o Ha vboa3 mUi1 JtArls1PtJQ iPrf r rfr w rr t c I ii tt JV r i ir A Jii l il FL i hi a v l5f JS t r a E 1 t t T fi f v THE WINCHESTER NEWS i 1 h t J i lmpcEY 1rL SOCIETY i nrA T ROOSEVELT ADDRESSES THE MEN OF THE FLEET 1rI J his photograph was taken while President Itooscvoit was addressing the j officers and men of the flagship Connecticut when the battleship licet returned to Hanipton Koads The president stood in the drizzling rain on the after turret of the vessel and complimented the crew and thanked them In the andfantThe Little Colonel Readers meet with Miss Helen Ford ou Saturday afternoon Tue Cooking Club will meet with Miss Fannie Combs Scott on Satur day 1 iMiss IHorrye Smith will be the charming hostess for the Literary andSocial Club on Saturday J Euchre Party i One of the most enjoyable evenS of the week was the delightful Club party give by Mrs Harvey Frank lin Thursday afternoon Euchre being the chosen form of amusement Vases of huge pink carnations and r ferns were advantageously plated the pink and green blending har- moniouslY f Mrs Franklin was assisted in entertaining by Misses Henrietta and Olivia Gardner Ruth Tucker Eu nice Earp and Kate Hunt Master Garland Clark passed the tallies 13 AVtlelightiul dfctnpleraeat to this f party was an excellent lunch ctihriuingly served r The guests for the afternoon were Mesdames Susan G Ander son W H Strossnian Orlando Host 1ki s George Green John M Jens Mattie Oliver of Mt Sterling Curtis Evans George Clark Harrys J Strother Sam A Jeffries O G Hadden J W Ishmael Charles Parrish John Clelland Ogden Crutcher Roll Ratliff E E Kid well A Sayre J T Beckner Lu cien Beckner misses Jane Gaitskill Evelyn Price Allan Crutchor Kate f Hunt Ella Pendleton Ruth Tu eke Ann DuorsonEuuice Earp Anna r Stoner Rash Olivia and Henrietta Gardner and Kate Rash A Substantial Message I have just received glad tidings and good news from my friends and parislwners Mr and Mrs Charles Attereall in the form of a large basket of oranges spelling compli- m ents Why cant everybody in Florida write tht way 0 J Chandler The Senior Qlass of the Winches ter High School will give an inter esting little play this evening at the school chapel Mr C P Mann has conducted one of the nicest establishments in the city and has not only made money since his residence hero but also a host of friends who will re gret to see him and his estimable wife and little daughter Miss Eliz abeth leave Paris Mr Mann is a gentleman of high character 1 business capacity and moat agreeable in a s cial way Paris regrets to lose such a valuable citi zen and familyRenlucldan Citi zenWe are glad to welcome Mr and Mrs Mann to Winchester PERSONALS Mrs W E Singleton and Mrs T E Warnock have returned from a delightful trip to Woodford county Mr and Mrs Joseph Shannon are visiting relatives in Carlisle Mr Lander Skinner has returned from a weeks visit with Misses 01 lie and Nette Bean of Lexington Messrs Will Jones and Allen Barrow left this week for Texas Messrs May Goff Ed Rice Wil lium Young John Redmon and Isaac Reynolds of North Middle town attended the Jersey sale here Wednesday fir and Mrs JW Shepherd of Missouri are the guests of relatives hero Miss Lillian Russell of Mt Ster ling is the guest of Mrs D B Good wintMr and YIP S D Laring of POPULARITYPopularity is the result of being able to mix in the affairs of other people without seeming to be meddlesome We have the popular hoods and will make the prices so that they will be popular to you t COME IN C H BOWEN Jeweler and Optician The Quality TIe Quantity J The Pricea- re three very essential things in the selection of the Furnishings for your home These are the watch words in our buying Twentythree years of businesst success proves our position is correct v COME 11 HD SEE THE NEW THINGS FOR SPRING The Winn Furniture Co We Give SIeH Green Trading Stamps Punta Arena South America are the guests of Mr and Mrs A H Brock Mrs Mattie C Oliver who has been the charming guest of Mrsy John M Jenkins for several days has returned to her home in Mt Ster ling Miss Mary Crutches is the guest of friends in Nicholasville Miss Nancy Hoclkgin is ill Judge E S Jouett is in Frankfort on business USES HATCHET AS WEAPON t Son Confesses to Murder of His Mother in Small Town in T Michigan Special to ThcvNews HOLLAND Micfi March 5El-on Baldwin confessed today that he piled his mother who was found lead in lies farmhouse near Saugatuck short time ago He was afraid she would charge him with having burn ed her barn A hatchet was the weapon usedlnlSTRICT ATTORNEY TENDERS RESIGNATION Rather Than Aid Government in its Efforts in Panama Canal Libel Case Special to The News- INDIANAPOLIS Ind March 5 United States District Attorney Ken ing has resigned here rather than aid the efforts to bung Delavin Smith aud Joseph Pulitzer to Washington in the Panama libel case MINSTRElS RENDER A GOOD PROGRAM Vogels Big Show Furnished Much Entertainment and Music at Opera House John W Vogels Big City Minstrels was the attraction at the opera house Wednesday evening The company it a clever one every artist being se Ice led with care Orie specialty fol lows another in rapid succession good songs a well trained chorus eccentric juggling and skilled dune ing filled the program Sam Harris and Charley GallO on jlertaincd the audience with mnn catchy songs and are comedians of some merit while Clark Qldfield ha a tine bass voice and rendered tin solo Any Old Port in a Storm ir an exceptional manner The performance concluded with a laughable farce The Mysterious Hotel which was the source of much amusement The elaborate scenery and electrical effect used in the first act was unusual and wa sapprcciated by all present SHELBY BALL CLUB ORGANIZED SFIELBYVILLE Ky March 5 At a meeting of the stockholders ol the Shclbyvillc Baseball Club a club f the Blucgrass League the follow lug were sleeted directors W Ilardin Caldwell Luther Black J E Baldwin Leon Rothchild J II McKee A F Biter and P B Wois serge These directors will later choos a president and secretary and treasurer WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution ii the county is the Winchester bile Mills Why not use home flourthi best made Kerr perfection ani White Pearl flour has no equal MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage license was issued Fri BailciRECEIVE CONGRATULATIONS Mr and Mrs G 0 Sullivan are re iceiving congratulations on the qrriva of a elevenpound girl at their horn Thursday l1ightI A LONG PASTOKATE Eider J W Harding preaclied Sun oountyKITwas mto twentynine years FOR SALE One1 Good work horse cliQap J P FOX nome phom arIIi 453t rri DEAN GETS BILL THROUGH HOUSE Goes Back to Senate In Amended Form CRIST BILL ISATTACHED Author Says He Will Accept Additional Provisions and Upper Branch Will Also Probably Acquiesce Woods Taxation and Public Utili ties Bill Given Soporific In Senate Clevengers Proposition to Extend Terms of Auditors Postponed Columbus 0 March 5With only nine contrary votes the house passed the Dean saloonkeeper character bill carrying a rider embracing the pro visions of the Crist bill intended to prohibit the soliciting of sales of liquor in dry territory and authorizing the employment of secret service operatives to enforcethe law Galleries were packed with men and women who early in the proceed ings sought to applaud Representa tive Gibbs of Lorain but they wero silenced by Speaker Mooney who for bade expressions of either approval or disapproval from the galleries Senator Dean arid Otto J Renner of the liquor forces said they would agree to the amendments This means the senate will pass the bill in which event the liquor fight is over The session of the senate was marked by the killing of bills In tended to increase the terms nf coun ty auditors and clerks The reference on motion of Senator Johnson of Cin cinnati ot the Woods bill providing for a state taxation commission which passed the house early in the week to the sqnate judiciary com mittee is regarded as a burial of the measure for this session Today the assembly holds a formal session and sessions will be held Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Then a recess until Friday will be taken and final adjournment had Fri dayThe Dean bill which is Intended to elevate the character of men engaged in the saloon business was put through the senate two weeks ago by the liquor interests It makes it diffi cult for unnaturalized residents men who permit gambling or the loitering of improper females about their places or those who sell to minors to continue in the saloon business Saloonkeepers trespassing against those restrictions are subject not only to having their places abated as nui sances but to imprisonment and fines The measure passed the senate by unanimpus vote the only objection raised by the AntiSaloon league be ing based upon an insinuation against the sincerity of the liquor interests In pushing the measure The nine men voting against the bill were Representatives Connaugh ton Edwards Jones of Franklin Blond Schaefer Schaibley LeI man Winters and Wyman were 98 votes for the measure The bill of Senator Clevenger to ex tend the terms of county cuditors two years was indefinitely postponed at his own suggestion It will not be heard from again this session The senate by a vote of 14 to 17 killed the Deaton bill to extend the terms of county clerks Immediately a motion to reconsider was made and carried and then a motion was made and carried to refer the bill to the commit tee on fees and salaries Senator oval the most outspoken member of the upper house against granting fa vors to the county officials is chair rf this committee and it prob ably wont be released from the com mitteeSenator Clevenger In speaking about the bill of Senator Cetone to provide for the registration of resi dents of tne National Soldiers home at Dayton took occasion to deny reports circulated that the Republican strength of the senate was controlled by party leaders and as evidence that he was not so influenced he said he would vote for the Cetone bill recognized as a Democratic measure Senators Baker and Johnson approv ed the statements of Senator Cleven ger and the bill was passed The house passed a bill appropriat ing 3000 for the establishment of a permanent memorial on the site of the Colllnwood fire a year ago In 1910 the people of Ohio will vote on the question of holding a constitu tional convention as a result of the houses action in passing the resolu tion of Senator Mooney which a week ago went through the senate providing for the submission of the question to the voters To Buy Grant Cottage Albany NY March 5The legis lature will be asked to make an appropriation of 6450 for the purchase and preservation of the cottage in which General Grant spent the last days of his life and the woodlands about it on Mount MacGregor near Saratoga Sues Former Officials Lima 0 March 5Unable to se cure private settlements with former county officials on shortages returned against them by state examiners Prosecutor Welty brought suit in court to compel the returl of 8733 to the county treaeiry- M r7 J r RECEIVER IS NAMED Big Coal Company Unable to Meet Interest on Its Bonds Chicago March 5The Coal company of Delaware a DeringI 000 corporation operating Indiana and Illinois was placed in the hands of a receiver by Judge C C Kohlsaat in the United States cir cuit court The bill for the appointment ot a receiver was filed by the Witt Mercantile company with a claim of 2 924 and Jackson K Dering owner of 350000 worth of the coal concerns stock R R Hammond president of the coal company filed an answer ad mitting that the corporation was in such financial straits as to make a receivership necessary It is declared that the coal com pany Is solvent but that It Is being pressed by creditors to whom it owes 1000000 and that it will be unable to meet the interest on its bonded In debtedness Powder Mill Explodes Kings Mills 0 March 5or the second time this week an explosion took place In the powder mills but this time luckily no one was Injured The accident occurred In the wheel mill but none of the workmen was near by at the time The machinery in the room was uninjured but a large section of the roof and the wall on one side was wrecked Three hun dred pounds of powder exploded from some unknown cause TROOPS ON THE MARCH Russia and Austria However Both Deny Warlike intentions Kiev March 5The reported movements of Russian and Austrian troops each on their own side of the fron- tIer has aroused considerable specu lation here but in an Interview General Alexieff chief of staff of the Kiev military department denies any purposeful concentration- It is said that Austrian soldiers are being concentrated It Tarnopol and Skalat in Galicia and the Thirty third Russian infantry division is now on its way to this city from the Cau casusMine Foreman Kills Laborer Glencoe 0 March 5Foreman Scott Smith of the Coil com pany shot and fatallywounded Noble Ault a miner who is an official of the miners union here The two men quarreled over a matter that had something to do with the mine and Smith shot Ault who died several hours later Pulliam Goes South Nashville Tenn March 5 President Pulliam of the National league who has been visiting his sister here left for Florida where he will terrain for five weeks His health has great ly improved WORLD IS INDICTED New York Grand Jury Continues leged Panama Libel Investigation New York March 5The federal grand jury here which has been in vestigating alleged libelous publica tions in connection with the Panama canal purchase returned indictments against the Press Publishing company publishers of the New York World and Calbe Van Hamm one of the editors of the World Pension Agencies Remain Washington March 5The house receded from the amendment to the pension appropriation bill consolidat ing in Washington the 18 agencies throughout the country and the last act of the last congress vas to adopt the conference report on that bill The agencies will be continued as in the past Rescued the Crew New York March 5By use of the breeches buoy time life savers of the Moriches Long Island life saving sta tion rescued the captain and a crew of wreckers from the schooner MJlcs M Merry which stranded on the beach several weeks ago Murder In First Degree Elyria 0 March 5Harry Con nors was convicted of murder in the tint degree for the killing of Yung Ta a Lorain laundryman Robbery was the motive The jury recom mended clemency and Connors will not be electrocuted Woman Murdered Saugatuck Mich March 5Mrs Mary Baldwin was found murdered at her home two miles east of Sauga tuck The crime had evidently been committed with some sharp instrument or a revolver butt TilE MEAT Of IT Mrs Nathan Radilowltz and her 12 yearold son lost their lives in a New York tenement fire Five hundred shipbuilders employed by the Chicago Snipbuilding company are on strike against a 10 per cent cut In wages A bill has been introduced in the Illinois legislature to prohibit insur ance companies from combining to regulate rates- Secretary Newberry has ordered the government navy yards at Pensa cola Fla and New Orleans closed for lackof business William E Glasscock was inaugurated governor of West Virginia succeeding Governor William M 0 DawsJMay Mesaros of Dayton 0 has identified Edward Boylor 15 as the colored boy who recently ttackedher- On the street f j dt y dt 1 3Y83HSR i 1sb1yf d Jft h94aNduq f t oatoT S VT x tr e f SPRING I I iLadiesWe call special attention to the latest NEW YORK CRAZE Theand the AnkleI Eclipse Tie Strap PumpN- otice Cuts of same We also have many more new ideas and take this means of inviting you and your friends to come in Took over try on and tally about our many uptotheminute Spring styles all of which we are showing in our win dow toda- yMcCord Smith 6 Phillips NO SUNDAY BASE DAft Continued from page one E L Upliam J W Wheeler Harold Wentwortlii W II Wods G N WasscrbQchr Jas S 1il1uvWinchester News Dave PrewittRCabal Bros W J Cone YottJ Brock John Herald For probably the first tide oil record in organized baseball a whole team representing another city was signed for trial inn league when this week the management of the Winchester baseball club the whole squad whichrcprescntcd Rus Scllville Ky last Year Ten play ers which were members of this team have putt their Tiaines to contracts fo play for the Clark county team will report the last of March for duty and with about seven other players will be given a thorough try out The signing of the Russellyille team resulted from their good work all last season They played against the strongest semiprofessional tears in the State and won a great r Uy of their games When they met the r Louisville American Associtrtion teamlast season in a postseason game they went down todefeatba score of 4 to 2 Puttman amp Peitz who composed the star battery for the Colonels were in the corners foi them on that dote Have Faith in the Team II IT Phillips who is one of the directors of the Winchester team was in the city et rdu5aml says that be hopes to see the pennant come to city this year He says tile Win ickester nsareconliellt t ttwitk the men ai6c1x 4f thisdat that i f they will have a great team in the fieldPresident George I Uammoml An nounced yesterday that he chad in cd Pat Danahy of RoclicsliiNvY as one of tile league umpires Dfn ahy Was highly recommcndcrd to him n by manager John Ganzcllr of the Rochester Eastern League teum Hd is said to be a fair umpire and one that can handle the hardbsk ques tions He will rcpoit AVUen theRoph Spl1lDgItItji patIis on the same degree ot latitude as VenicerPertinent Question More than onehalf of the diseases humanity suffers from are due to sheer carelessness And yet we teach hygiene in our schools What would It be if we did not Gazeta Medica Barcelona ir OWEft1NO HOUSE INVENTORiES FREE WE WILL SEND A HANDSOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILLMAKEPRITTEH APPLI CATIONS FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR TO ASSIST IN MAKING THE INVENTORY JT IS A VALUABLE AND USEFUL BOOK AND ALL WHO CARRY INSURANCE ON THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS SHOULD HAVE UME mm mm AGENCY Porelit flower i I SI1 RER- TI ilIST l 218Cf a fie a 7rd r I r r c i J t t i i 4 OJ t t i k L sJfr i cc I I 1t L c SS I i Uti j3r fc l r 2a9L 7 t i j THE YIKCHEStER 1jEW 4 J YMJNGSAjJ- SETS NEW RECPi VETERAN PLAYER COST CtEVE ijLD 8 IALLfSLUtl A V TOTLOF175OO OASHND TWO SEN IN DEAL t1 octons Reasons for Letting Star ArttGoTkat He JlitIWa Graid TrkrIeven by I1IjNeordot r UaftYearwith a Losing Team it rsaained for old Cyn Young to break ine baseball records for firfngy ingythei highest price ever paid for a player It is reported on reliable au thority that there was a check ex changed between the Cleveland and Boston clubs for just 12500 for the release of Young RaJ1WJotlie Cleveland club 3000 apiece How sameplrc va4Xociwkp pro wont be at Wbps for mere than two years longer The New York XJiants were hitting the high spots when they paid 1100 for Marquard of the Indianapolis club but the Young deal knocks the spots off any previous sale Considerable surprise was caused by Bostons willingness to let the vet eran pitcher go but Taylor had many reasoas Among others was the wlsij to please Young who wanted to finish bs c per where he begaaat Cleve land That Yo ngls1BtlUa great grand bYhtsPitching for a club that failed to reach the 500mark by a considerable aIMrgin Young finished oneot the mqst strenuous seasons in the history of the American league with there r arkabte average l656 winning 21 hlpgthreets1Not oncesdurjng the season Was- a pitcher called to his relief Young started the easQn with four victories tiled lost four games two- pf them by the margin of a single run and the others by two tallies iThe four defeats were suffered not because Young didnt pitch great ball but be slumpduringthing like fifteen games Only eight times during the sseason did any club break into the double figures ln hits on him while no team jnade more than seven runs the NapS once tUrBing the trick Strangely enough Cleveland the team he is to Join beat him oftener than any other club three times His best pitching record was made against New York on June 29 when heshut that team out without a run or hit In this game Niles the first openinginnlngrecelv wap the only man to reach first His againstWashIngtonlowed only one single rather scratchy In 33 games the average hits made off him per game were 6 1011 the average strikeouts 4 23 and the asr eragek passes slightly under one a game following is the wonderful record established by Cy last year with a seconddivision team Just think what NapsbehindiilmApril UBostpn 3 Washington 1 hits 4 strikeputs I bases on bans L 4strlkeApril 24Bostbn 7 Washington hits 4strikeouts 4 bases onbaifsL hlts5strlkeotsMay Boston 2 Athletics 3 hits 6 strikeOHta 1 twses n balls 0 May rBostqn 1 New York 8 hits 6 strlkeoutfl 3 bases on baUs2 May 15 Boston 4 Detroit bIts Hi strikeouts 4 biaes cinVbalte 0 May J Bostoh 2 Cleveland 7 hits 12 strikeouts 3 bases on bails 1 May SfBoBton 8t Louis 2 hits strikeouts 7 bases oa bails 3 May 3ost S Washington hits 1 strikeouts fr bases on balls 0 June 4 Boston Z Detroit 1 hits 6 strikeouts X bjM on baIi 0 InrlIBpbalte 1 im a Bdaton Bt Louise hits 11 strikeouts 1 bases on balls 0 Jq 30 Boston 0 Chicago 1 hits 4 s6lkeout88 bases on balls 0 Inrlfc 1 June 30 Boston 8 New York 0 hits 0 strikeouts 2 bases OR balls L July 4 Boston 4 Athletics 3 hits 8 Btrlkeoute 6 bases on balls 2 July 9BoSto 1 Cleveland 4 hits 9 sfcrtkeeiits 4uhas on balls 1 July Boston 8 Chicago 1 hits 5 strikeouts bases on balls 0 Juiy 2frBostoR 3 Clevelihd1 hits 6 strikeouts as a oi1baUsL July 30Bostpn 2 Detroit 3 hits 13 sUik outs 1 bases on balls 0t Ajgl4Mt 4rB ten 4 ChIcago lr hits 4 strikeouts 2 bases on fealla i August fBw 3 fit IxMiii 1 hits 6 Btrikecouts 8 biaea balls J AvguM KrBoston 4 Detroit 3 hits 9 strikeQ t 4 bas e OI balte 2 A gvit aHBostpA 6 Ch ge 7hits 12 strikeouts 3t bees oai bajjt L Awrwrt 3Bbfa yj2f M 3 hitB 8 atrLeuts1aballs t JJJpt 1ir + OSuI4T tl1 l h4ts 0 title tIJf e baiLs 0 eepeMber 1i4 Jg Washington 1 It Ci L on J ptNtber ITBoston 6 CkrveJiftMl 1 Ma 1 b ee eebi41i ioIMt1JMIO 4 Dtro4t 1 blta I t If bH1 fli itR1Z OMat lih4s ittik I nbelli r J j 4 OFFiCIAL SCH13DLLJ OV IJU1jJ aRASS LEAGUE t4C T S = A Tipgton Aichmd t t i rttlt ifA1 Sljclbyi1te At pans4t Swcheter r u ri2tl Q 1Y 21 25 Mtty 3 l5 May 1O2O May 10 11 12 Crlel19Let Jr cIAu 1Q Z J Sept 8 Uir23 24 Ang 2t13 18 29 30 t TT Sopt J Aucr 20 S4L12 May 15 If r 4 lil30iMp1 2 hfnj t71819 May 8 9 30 31y31 M4y212426 Jpne Q11i21 or 4 12 rJpir 4 ri13 ttfc4 25 26 Jo 12 20 June 282030- Rl cm uly 17 18 PNINT3u1y 4 25 July 21 22 July 11 July 14 19 20 ij Au7 8 28 9 Aug 915 Aug 5 6 13 14 Aug 1 22 Sept 6 6 4 Sept 12 Sett5 Sept12 gay 22 24 29 M 10 11 12 April 27 2820 May 14 15 29 May 3 4 5 31 31 June 7 S25l26 June 17 Stg 1 2 3 14 June 15 16 June 10 11 12 Frankfoit rE July 24 July 12 13 26 CORRECTLY June 29 30 July 9 19 20 Aug 132o2123 Aug1030 Aug24 Jtily5517 Aug56 Sept79 SqptlOfl Autr28 SepL66 May 8 9 30 31 31 May 27 28 2Q May 13 36 April 30 May 14 15 1 June f 20 June 21 22 23 JUle 27 2811ty1 2 22 23 July 1 21 3 SIiThyvilc July 11 July 15 16 29 30 July 18 THE June 5 13 July 26 27 28 Aug 1 22 Aug 2021 Aup a 1617 29 July 4 24 25 Aug 9 10 v 2B6 Sept213 Amr15 Sent 5 Sept 10 11 May 7 13 18 t May 3 45 Jlav 27 28 May 10 11 12 25 April 27 28 20 I June 22 30 June ti 89 JiIy110 14 26 r June 17 18 May 17 Pnris July 5 16 28 July 67 July 20 3Q4ug 3py3 OFFICIAL June 2 3 24 26 4iig 9 Aug 10 11 Autf 12 19 2526 Sept 7 3 9 July 13 I Sept 4 10 11 Sott1314 S pt3 Auj 1727 28 April Oi loy 1 2 May 20 2225 ilav 8 18 19 30 May 97 May 10 j 23 2Pj June 5 12 July 523 24 gne 9 2021 June 7 8 June 6 25 27- Wnchestei July 425 Aug 2 3 30 31 July 11 July 1 S July 17j 18 SCHEDULE 4u r 1415 Sept 9 9 AUR 122 Aug il 12 Aug 816 24 29 1h Sept 5 7 Sent 4 lH Aim mm 220 Sept 12 15 r TlireeEyeLeqgue Schedule for the Season of1909 t At Cedar Rapids Dubuqqe Rock Island Davenport Peoria Bloomington Decatur Springfield May 31h May 8 98 TUne 12 19200 May 16s MY 17 IS Mr1O11 MaY 1213 HdE DAR ALL THE July 2 348 July 7 I Aug 9 10 June10 11 12 J bc 7 8 9 June 6Gs June 4 RAPIDS H 13 Aug 5 Aug s 30 July 19 JWY lIs 12 Jqly IS 15t JulV 16 17 18g Sept 6h Sept 42o 36s Sept 22 Z3 Aug ro 22s Aug 17 pg 25 27 ug Mafrl718Jb59 DUBUQUE Atlp e 8a 20 Aug U 1s JUly 13 1i JUly 17 lBs 9 us i2Aug3LSept12 S34s 8epLi9s20ZL Aug252627 AugZ24 Atig202132s M4g171819 May 5V8 16 Junel 2 J920s May 30s May 12 May JUJy May 18 May Ms ROCK IS JUno 171s Aug 9 10BASEBALL 5 5h Juhe 34 June LIB June 7 8 9 June U 12 LANDAug 15s A g29s ir Iflp JUly u 15 JUly Its 12 JUly 10 Sept 19s 20 2L Sept22 23Aug3lSeptl2ug 24 Aug52627 Aug1718J2 Aug2122s 90JUne itay i81h May 17 May ISs May 11314 May 10 11 DAV E N July N Ewe June 7 a June 10 iiz JUne Juno 5 6s PORT 5Sept Aug 12 13 July Us 12 July 9 10 17 18s Jdly J3 15 sept ISGh ug172i9 Aug2O2I2a Aug Aug 2526 27 Tttse42JunePEORIAJUly 28 3i JUly Aug Is July 23 23 Tuly s 26 27 Aug 15i Aug 3 5 Aug 18s8ipL 128 Sept 8 9 10 Sept 16 Sept 13 Aug Sept 1 2 Sept 5s Sept 19s 20 21 jjLooM3 May 80s th 7July INGTON July Aug Is July 283J 30 July Sis 36 27 July 22 23 34 ll Aug 5 Irept891O Sept H ept1314 sept1c17 Sept1426Sk 5jj Sept S 4 fa uayyJuno18 DECATUR laSopt July 38 30 fc Aug iLug i Aat M Ma 8pt U Ite Kept 5PtL lb Au i Pt 12 May 2Ss 21 May 2C May 1135 May 22 May 8l Stti May 2L May 9i SPRING June 2121 June 22 June 38 30 July L June Sis 2 July 4s un 19 30s July June 15 M 17 FIELD 22 23 24 July X 27 July 28 39 20 July II Aug Is Aug 9 16 1L Aug 30 Aug U 1501 Sept 16 17 Sept 14 Sept U 12s Sept 89 10 Sept6l lb Sept 22 Ztte t 23a Sunday h Wollday IN THE DAYS OF THE DUEL Reminder of Times When Gentlemen toMetThe years which separate us Amer icans from dueling are fewer than most of us realize The late Proto Shalers Autobiography in the Atlan tic las this amusing remlnlscenco The first occasion Was when k silly cousin of mine with too much wine in him challenged a wellknown duelist James Jackson who as a general fell at Perry ville Fortunately I knew Jackson well as a boy of 18 may know a man of twice his years I made my plea to hini to give my kins man an easy way out At first he was obdurate saying that he would have his lifeho had indeed reason to be vexedbut in the end he told his see ond to fix it up with me My good I may say indeed affectionate relations with Jackson had begun a year before in a like absurd business in a ballroom Frankfort I had acci dentally stepped into a mess made on the floor by the breaking of a bottle of champagne which ha as manger was trying to have cleaned up With a sharp word he pushed m6 aside my newfound manly diy was offend ed so therefore as iitilial in such cases i asked him tor his card His answer was I beg p rdojply dear sir I ioofc you for a boy We both paw the fun of the situation and became friends He wajs one of the glories ot thIfIwort j le lifted my- sense of Wh wa to be a maii th ancient type of gentleman Kp Bdsy There would bb faWar empty heArt If there Were nor ticcupled niind and busier bodies Bojh the body dth mind aro rcstlfeas when they have nothing to do Keepbu8fexer else stir Lround Activity is tno law of the unlycrse Even tlie world has to take is daily oiefcisi ai4 turn lticlf about Spotrkumbluigy stahds lslnUoQn is w llu is practice Ute terItry oft the httlkn tbwnich Its piinbipal bccupdnlb Ibhss Even if a crlmlhal wet jar bdred lnan Embassy e police colt hot enter the jfrimikei without Iei m r n Pronts frpm c tjiidnii Taken Till rounds cat breedifig Is Bdt1 a royal road to fortiIe It li kIt t- mitteV of ixbk and sofe t SbpW reai jJiup I thyself q a li1l out my t h 11tUtiivt rent iu n J 1Mk bit as i r 1 w pit- of pocketIde Fsico J cRYBt7 it tRt111t I 2000 DRUG STORES FORSALE Where In Kansas Why Because Dry Sill Spells Ruin Topeka KsnD you want to buy a drug store at your own pi ice IfI so come to Kansas and take your pick of more than 2000 which are on the market Nearly every county paper dozenIThe secret of the sudden determina tion of many druggists to retire is that the legislature is about to pass a law cutting them out of their chief source of revenue the liquor trade The senate bill already passed stops the sale of liquor by the drug stores for any purpose whatever It is the most drastic law enacted in any state on the prohibition question ltnot only prbvidea for absolute prohibition but also restores the inquisition and gives immunity to people who testify in Joint cases Legislators say the bill ig bbuiid to become a law Kan saa druggists seem to think so to- orAiEb2811 IN 1908 f Wizard Parson p Tanneseee Makes a R m iHable Record Bristol Tjfnn Jlev Alf red Harrison BUtrpughs nown as the u wizard par son becai g of tile remarkaBle rec ord ho has lIj de In marrying pI closed the year 108 with a record of Sll ceremotiies in 18 years Thi repfssentB the number ba- bre elbped from Virginia and West Virginia to be married In Tennessee yhere the ikwd are more favorable for the marriage of minors Mr Burroughs had a hotel erected for the purpose1 df entertaining bridal couples buliding contains 22 rooms including i bridal chamber He ife now p ilt75 yoArs of ago but i ttUact1ve being nth sJlast1d about his Unique tiUsinesi vile meets ali trims from Virginia end carrier on his lfrbmttiree tb four umbrellas is a means qt accOnv ni3diting his p I8 with rerihi tSe iventpia sjljpwer oeiaIJr In Svedei S6t llsra htti r nai many ntt 3ct kerels aii Iil niliigiapid 1 8Lhhi Sweden The Jalw coadition gtJI orally have been orach ks idbrln dlii opafeht io mzyhohs4 DreTto1- ybeiaiirettlY tia1i t ofl f iht1u y Sreth I f 1I eohvcky j thHLllc htIoQph tkut if tics werW wi- Wa l ko t be sev to e wJI ndhaver get t chan e wuiii 1- Ihindt lat tie blizs Atlktitk Cpast t ft tJ You Cannot Answer These Questions I 1rWhy do you continue bathing your knees ahd elbows one aL a time when you can stretch out in a full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so eyery mottling if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laundry work when you can have it af3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reserVoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio Rive ATTERSALt Superintendent Winchester Water WorksINCORPORATED At cor and will about it be surbriied privileges A Death Etch ficond The numfor ot dsatis in the world annually U iS33538i bt 194 pr day J73 Del hour 10 mlnUtn or one per second Itjts ettlmated that uopulatUtn otthewlh at the present time is being Increased at the rate of abjout 16500000 annnpJly With Humorous latent The seijaa pit coiaio is much blunted hi habits p piUUning and of Using hUmPrlsUc Jinrasisjthe tridk employing Johilj tM syllablea to treat bf the ifttle And it really may be hor9uStot i kind yot it will miis pofnt y gotug top mUch roufid ItrrrQeorge Mere Ut11n Ab Essay on Ccmcdv erue ratso 1B iui a zap t biealng yi iito thIr ieven eolfrsk M tty tr1kThHfe1 hg nJlfdrotstboes rvtli1huirtH- It twe lbi s iad tit ri t Seethe rainbow When a do J rainbow th taaer oni IS tad primary aad oi vhlc1jiilie fainter If tKt WcbBdtry niL ti M ii4ii l lJr xWigl4I- 4fleritflic0rA stte n Loi n1I4 SUBSCRIBE FdRTHEMEWSi 4 have a dry dismal oo1ingyard when you can hue it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the BRIne tithe get rid of the dust in the street 7 5Why suffer other incon veniences when can have everything for th9comfort and healthof yqur family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lack of mona but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting most out of life C F Cor Afyple Street Lexington Evenue tell yon all afc how inexpensive these are per the the pf InflpitDly kbpjat Wlb tielit therea the otter the ATIGRtLERY =Owing to the increasing calls up on me to make House Views and Photographs in the homes Post Cards etc I have arranged with an Expert View Photographer having a fine instrument to do the Camera work stud finish up the wOrk in the gallery I will make galleryFINEST POST CARDS madein this city All work will be under my personal supervision and MADE JUST RIGHT and as fiilly guaranteed as though made hollyby tlBARftETT 22N itlIIfiHi Sti i Ihtroiptetifoh rlwf f p Xlh ttiMI M OIiktNi 6l SUii 11iDO lt4MOYHk I r SuttorMj FtrfU kSw l Clark County INCOft ConstructionCol think sf the mud alMlhlll climbing tax aid each- year NNdcaiecest nuickiapeersP I On the Basis of Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business Methods w solicit the construe tlon and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or pri vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car tots and will be pleased to sell J same in any quanitydesired r The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed Peoples State BankC- APITAL S1OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just the beginning of the financial depres sion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been iv steady growth fro the start in the number ofour depositors and the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours YouIare cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business- J M HODGKIN Cashier J L BROWNi President L B COCKRELL Vice Prestdent 7 r ADVERTISEINIWIHE8TEER E r COUNTS COURT DAYS Below is a list the days Count Courts are held each month in coun ties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon dayBath Chvingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Moqday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flcmingsburg 4th Mon day MondaytL Grant Williams town 2nd Mon nay 5 Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday k Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon ay- i Lee Beattyville 4th Monday 1 t Lin oln Stanford 2nd Monday V Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday t Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd lyfonday i Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday I Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Fajmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday ij Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday k THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM W was seen tho red faces hands and gdy of the little son of H Ads of Henrietta Pa His awful Sight from eczema had for five jears defied all remedies and baffled the nest doctors who said the pois- edp blood had affected his lungs and po thing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Elec trie Bitters completely cured himM 1or Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su1 bYlIhilhps Chinese Using Modern Umbrellas tThe Chinese Are giving up the use 6f their old oiledpaper umbrellas and Ik great nuinWr of foreign made urn Irellaa used of whlch Germany Japan supply the bulk c r A Womans Word In a case at Southward his judge Wlllla remarked I belle honort accepting a womans word perhaps m some instances connected kith dressLcndon Standard The POliticians Ideal n the OBinlon of the average politl- hisitn the frill of ItoVftrmniSn- twfiuWH ehuferwldGh erwrbodyl- ibuld hive a public ollc Trtt tfEHto WAUT ADVETISEMENT i L1 mrs as e in in of in M are THE VERY BEST- s J tave any oourreaderssett toe cent copy of the Cincinnati Weeklf Enquirer If not it will pay tt send for a copy if fcr no other purpose than to note its present thingSthatand home the happiest place oa earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve inents and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to atherj reachingthatwhere content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the whee when anti how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labo of love Childrens minds nCi hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged to plilugThe Grand Idea being that 11JJ are our Homes so will be the Cooir munity State and Nation j A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each w eka3 preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forciblje reminder of the spiritual and ten poral rewards gained by righteouk living as preferable to a GodleJi life that brings nought but misery to the home 11 Other departments and featarw are above the ordinary the tmaoij mous verdict of its readers ug fu1iliWeeklyma oe had b fwritingCincinnati O i inhabitants ef the Museum byifriendvery much 1ntersted In the stuff animals in the glass cage and aJiifc in the statuary On returning adjac lshe ran eagerly to her mother iiy tog Oh mamma we saw soae rcMil Uve stuffed animals aatl idmexiMia pie people VH- 4 ea GoodMan M1 Q ir1fiAlmost the lut kCh firrWaiter spoke to loek art ejraiher were fie a iil1sfi K tsar and wit tll ltst itbreath Qi1 his 4ying Ifpic ttZa f r Wrd1 i Mmily I titxiiea p Jl For J wnIiisi j J v II t e f r Iv J 4 7 d f I r THEWINCHESTERNEWS t KAUfMANS DErI California Hercules In Earnest 4I ABoLttFiUht With Jim J firies DELANEY SURE HE CAN WIN AtutsM4deiTithiks His Proto Has 6pndId Chaffce of Winning Chmniip From BJg JiDois DcIa4y l norb of 3 QndiU TOMMY CLARK The Avalanche of currency and con versation will sootier or later IqthQd4Iprize r 1tau1d6i1tak n a new turn 1th e tide of vpublle Interest has Kaufmaniir Jack Jolinsoa ponthe sails of tem porary obscurity The Decent challenge of Kaufman top Jeffries through his manager Billy Delaney lids stirred tip the pugilistic world To back it up Delaney has posted r000 in the hands of Al- Smith the famous stakeholder as a guarantee that he will bet 10000 in cash on the youngsters chnnces in light against Jeff When big Jim heard of Kaufmans challenge ho made the lac cvreply Kaufman can not lick a postage stamp Who did be over lefeutf This mjy Epunj3gciod but jierlmps Dehiney knOwsmOr about JefPs con dition thtfriaiiy ulsef Billy Kiln aged the bIg fellow for several years and 113ii dleddilnin all his bigjffights When urn retired trpni the ring De Ittuey looked about for something new In the championship line After look- Ing thtj field over closely for some mouth4 he hooked up with a promis lug youngster named Al Kaufman That vifps about four years ago when Al was nineteen Since then Delaney rtiha brought him along slowly givfiig plenty of time to develop until now he hinks his protege is ready to win J the championship at the expense of I J tries Theres no sentiment in this says DeianeyHI am managing Kaufman ci now and have had nothing to do with I Jeffries since he retired I honestly think Kaufman can beat Jeffries and 4were willing to risk just 10000 on it Thats how good this boy is beanfrit like Fitzsimmons Ive been tioldi live him jaekhI his fights ta let him Icu ji all he could N9W I consider t to ns4tan body lIe J sijtttijin his right hand and the I t 1ft ever saw Yes sirlI Jc him kliock a lot of them out Jeft hand Hes a clean liv fill of grit and stamina Delaney has alyays os friends ami at they liad a long secret confab in is Angeles before Jeff announced his termination to g6 on the road giving x1g exhibitions seems that his old anftger is Under the mpression the g fellow can never recover his old rm J It will be recalled that before Jeffries c fldcl to box in a Frisco Cheater he uiid that ICaufman would be his spar Ali EAtmiAS WHO HAS CITATiT2XGED JIM JEFFItlES ring partner but attbe Jast moment Kaufman was eliminated and Sam Berger was substituted Kaufman has not set the pugilistic world on fire with his deeds in the ring When he took thirtynine rounds to stop Jim Barry a second rater in a recent mill at Los Angeles he lost many followers who regarded this performance as conclusive proof that Kaufman lacked real lass But at that Kaufman possesses much science for a big man nnillS a danger h1tir TI islouP npc ambitious and ha eJl handled To those who are acquainted with Kaufmans record a fight watb Jeff looks lfklUJittl trlp for the returned pcQAiz j bfii M would furnish a line on JJj ablity to take on Johnson Jeff still lias the cleverness that he acqulrfed with lils years of dxperi tncc tci Should be able to connect with Kvfmunau time lie likes If Iic jus gets back about hdlfway into bis old shape he ought to hang up Als mnaber But Delaney is n wise ohlowl and his judgjnjpnt Is not to be sneezed at HI predictigns regardlujj his ward have not materialized with anj spec taculaivdJsplny of fireworlis but never idelGSsthey all came true I iIIu63w1m0 iourneyl- iScghinrng 4 and continuing for two wocltSjthe Illinois Bowling as l1 1W11iS animal contests foe the luiplWli fv l J j0 fe 1 FORTUNE CAME IN AUTO How One Farm Vas Freetf FraMortgage by aVife My method of adding to our income Is by keeping atiJhn for automobile travelers a farmers wife who recent ly paid a visit of several weeks to New York city tpld the reporter Our farm is ten miles away ftoih the near est railroad station and it was next to iinposslKlQ fa get summer boarders it was sod1l1cult or me to nlarkcit my butter and eggs and chickens that itltifr annm rnniTwItltA sct1 tpbeAtI4ys wishing we cbuldig9trarfirtlic5allon It seemed tome that if we could where cUr people would be willing to come lii the suirimer oar fottiine would be made jhjje at sbqeip good liousekceper and Hiy husband is kjuoviniir through our ivdrt of the country asragood proidcriHSdrae peo pIe used to say that was the reason we never could cot rid of the mortgage on the farm The children and I had all but persuaded him to sell out and move to the village when our eldest daughter sug gested opening an Inn for the automo bilists who were continually stopping at our place for water and other little things Sly two daughters set at work and brightened up the house and yards Then they put out a sign at the crossroads and another on the front gatepost stating that we were parctf to furnish meaisrand 16Uglng- sforitlP J tes Thsn small partis soon bean jto slnginfifst there SVero only tivo rooms 4n which we could accommodate those with wished tprernaln ovrIghtj hut avs my children have raarvicd off three more have become available yes both ioy daughters have mar nod since we turned our farmhouse into an inn four years ago and during the last year both sons married also ThatMeaves me alone with a niece to look after the inn while my husband still devotes himself to the farm From the first our object in keep ing the inn has been to brighten our home and hdd to the value of the farm The house Is old fashioned and besides the kitchen there are eight rooms They were very bare when we began to take in autoinobilists but UQW thanks to the money that they have left with us there are not many farmhouses in this part of the country andnibrOjie of the bpys took a course ac thlr Agricultural college df CornelI uni versify arid the other could have dcme TTmt also If lie Ifaafft preTerfcd IpP1tonsummer he took a job that was walt ing for him and theii he got aiIied Jlis spcclnlty Iir electricity and fie ClectllcLone of the conveniences we would nor eil have had If we hadutt opoued the Inns Wo dont pretend to give visit ors anything f iito cat jusi the things raised on the farm well cobbed and served My niece lids studied do iriestic science so she knowS how to cool by the new methods while I caii do about as well as the next one with my old recipes You mustnt think we have had thIngS aU our own way Several farmers who live near the road have put out the inn sign and some of them have a good business but as we be gun first and have kept our place up huYecontimiedIng to neighboring inns Besides we havent tried to change our house very much only freshen It up and make it more comortable I have found that what folks want when they como 1o the country is good country eating That is what we give them tonrl1mn plenty of It and wlthfrcsh clean linen and china that is washed and polished until it shines Wo no longer have a mortgage on the farm and jve have money in bank Easily AdjustaBle Shelves The illustration shows an excellent way of supporting shelved Tie up right supports have grooves sawed iiv them crosswise at Intervals of three quarters of an Inch to one inch A good sized hand saw makes these grooves wide enough A fiat strip of iron about two inclfes wide and just thick enough to fit into the grooves is MOVABLE SHELVES bent into a Z shailebut with right an figureOneeach end at the desired height and the shelf laid upon them This is the- mSt satisfactory method of support lug shelves known inasmuch as tho shelves are adjustable the sup potts Iron strips can never fall out Unless the shelf be removed and it permits of smaller differences of adjustment than any other kind of adjustable shelf It is excellent for smokehouse storeroom workshop pantry or upboard in average corn the hundred bush sis a lay busker must husk a row between eight and nine miles long every day and that is going some J tv r Hi l lff A J t Mjss Anne Morgans r FaitriCrusadeRicll California Gila Po liceman Jane Ad dafgs jdppeaL f If t Miss Anhc JIorgan daiighter QtJhe greaC financier Is engaged Miija health crusade for the benefit of men and women in cisac factories Associated with her are several members of the wouins department of the National Civil federation Miss Morga urjeuent ly Visited a number of factories in NewTojk in company with t leading menlbcr bf the Cigar makers union withWiiOlUshe pre viously had a conference on the sub ject AfterMiss Morgan has inspected all the factories In which the poorer MISS ANNE MORGAN SANITARY CRUSADER classes are employed she will go to the state legislature with such recom mendations as will benefit the work ers in the factories so far as their health fs concerned The report on conditions of factories will first be submitted tpw the National Civic ted eratidnns a whole Ilss Morgan Is no novice in tills sort of work For several eurs aho hdsiieeh active inthe work of amciibrhtlhgthe sanitary con dltions of people engaged In factory work It fs hc idea that In bpneflUug tills class sho ixjnofits tl1q public It is vfcll1 fonrny romnninitywhcn ar wq Oman of MissyMprgans position afDl bites herself In work of this character Her motives cannot be mtscohstrucd d Parrri Girl Wins BraunPf ize i tjItflrt ta i JI4iiai Jl Sfute mt o iiirookdeldsj Mo will hra S 1mcf in Europe She was born and bred on a farm und educated herself almost entirely by her own eJTorts She has won the Braun prize in competition with the students of American and European universities The Braun prize will bring her more than 2000 She Is twentysix years old and Is a graduate of the University of Missouri She Is also secretary of the National Teachers and Students association and was recently admitted to the bar of Missouri I Jano Addams Appeal For Dcstl Iuto Children j Miss Jnhe Addfims whose woik irt councctiori Wltll the Hull House settle ment in Chicago Is known nil round the globe Is interesting ihcrself In the pause of the destitute children of the JJ lted States Site was one of the conspicuous pleaders lit this work at a conference recently l1 l1nt tie Whlte Blouse She went to tho conference to secure th Jpif the pe1ntiu the undertaking which she is interested The subject was discussed not long ago In Chicago at a meeting of the Na tional Child Labor committee At that meeting Miss Addams said It seems that our government concerns itself more with canned meats and fisheries than it does with the things that have to do W1thr1ife This unique way of putting J1ulclcned the deterralna lion of the committee Interest In the problem is widcspreadfand the results will undoubtedly soon be felt throughout the nation Mlss FanrirB5xbyr RiehV a tI l Police Matron Mls Fannie Bixby one Cfthe rlcli est girls In tdIlfornIals a fun hcagerf policeman Rcently she was appoint cd a deputy constable at LongBeach near Los Vngeles Then she took the oath of office as policeman at Los Angels and SVa n star She has taken this course because of her hterest In lelpingwnyward girls Shp Is a veritable little sister of the poor Not long ago when wayward young women of Long Beach were being ar rested Miss Bixby volunteered to act as police matron without pay in order to minister to the conditions Of the un fortunate There is nothing in the face or the manner of the young woman to indicate that she is fitted for the mission she has undertaken She is lithC Qf flure gentiher na ture and lias amulet way of doing her CharityrMRcrA v P EL IIv 6 f tJI BUILDING BEttF R R I Consrdfcton rltgfiiayow Roj nized Branch fIuinss Road buiidInghia iadestInedfoture of highways of the iShitefl States- sUyiIle Architects and03ullJcrs Jour mil The construction will no loiiger be conducted by hapha jrd mqthpds hamerfl by IncompeneeandVilno rancQ lIt regulated Dy scientific prin ciples whicli apply to this aswc1 ias to rove 4The development f salinibanstms- in the neighborhood oCJllirgp eltlq iiaa de4tndfri4mbthihrendhlng fmportnnce iiThisceinIethon Men with au eye to possibilities 11neI IMPEOVED NEW JKE KT ROAD studied conditions and concluded there should be money in road Itding be Jld6s an added couveulence suo pleas ureo the pubTlc in sc rittTicthp- brntions and companles lmve iiecn formed and active operations have i en started with g4tyiug results 4tbns b en etnQnt1tldt qotL roads may be built under organized forces with proper machinery and oth er requirements r chenplyTisihc poor ly constructed under thee unsatisfac tory system of the past The Intro duction o bltulithlc and lottijbr modern paving materials has solved the prob lem of securing smootl anUcxlufable highways Beginning with this systeiii of modern roadbeds will extend front town to town In thlclcly settled sections of the country nIltlt1l belle fits from the saraewIlPbeiBhaTeia ly the farmer as well as tlio e Who ride or drive for pleasure Gooff roads are paying investments a face which the Aiiixjrican people have 6een slow to grasp J DElAWARE EXPERIMENT Roadmaklng 4n Which1 fttyer p ppd Kaolin and Clay Were Used 11JWrQyc1J1g11t10lte Cofjimisslondp Fri1i A Yjd de s dbes a bit of experlmejifiil road jinking iuwhich ier d fid fiii and dlay were usdd tor srfrfScIng says th Good R ids Magazine it the ex pense of the local taxpayers the foun datlon was graded by a scraper to a slope one one IncTF to thi95Ot from tHe contor lino to the sfrlo illtolins thou lled 1th Jt B1r lftf tr On hsoiiifpn n3e o Band were spread then four inches of clays iwhlch was covered by three inches of sand These layers were thoroughly mixed by harrowing then rolled down smooth hard On 100 feet of this road wfiat de scribed as kaoljn s rltl wassJpreacl and on 300 feet sand from n htrenm near by was used Fdr labor mulT teams tht county paid 1722 find for sand 515 The entire cost of t11is bit of ex perimental road ji t ffie1 t6oi2400 per mile As a nmm r and a winter have passed since this road wits so treated a fair ideaof t6is treatment should s6on be obtainable Road Legislation IrVlArkSheas The Joint resolution Xq1t liitrodueed in the general assembly tf tliQ sJiite ot Arkansas by RepresentatIve Hunt was liuly passed and ass iicci by th governor May 23 1007 ThIs resolu tlon Is considered the most important brtheMagazine It provides for a change In 1tfqspthbonds for road building and for pur poses of general IropijoAcment nnd ojmproIngtpelrder to make It effective must Be car ried In the election two yeaiis hence ii 9 Rural Delivery l ofes r ruftstreetssouthern border runs there is a big oxen1etthrgood shade produccroo1iIt might be fllinr1 a rinetnfHin St 6sftHfrt 1A6 nn its lYineighborhood in touch vlth the out tlde world says the indlaiapolI3 News The mall boxes are not of the fancy sort at alt but tlieysele the purpose Claiming the Slstlnctlbnof bOing the first man In the tJnited States whO- ever carried a rural mail route E P Wright who resldeson the Jackson pike in Franklin township Ohlo1s still employed in the mall service car rying R F D No 3 from thfi South ColumbuS branch station says the Co lumbus Dispatch Hale and hearty at the ago of threescore and ten 3fr Wright makes his daily trlpainnd has to his credit fifty fivc years In Uncle Sams service There are ten womenTcarrlers ha the rural service in M1suriansas has twelve OKIahomk siX TJxaSlx and Arkansas three lj ii eF y A II Nti 1 f14I a k i Time or More il Li- H PIIlltillg V 1r v pv jJi 1 HJtt 2 c t 7 1 bil By the R6Ute the cmn try exchange but ho the fire Slit tio had and him his free It wras and ho last his I rou are the arc vpu cer am Tie ariswefed you icY iui and mak the pf Coal and onefourth the coal the same coal W Though the a even undertake Mrs the feat En i j 4iI n J 1fgilrNs time IiI bs1ss me11or001f wetr u1igouttbatwe Only5 Modern PtiiitfeKv r Wr + 4 ti willi own to IDate Outfit t1eiIyot Winchester time I awaking this fact If would earaIdcatch L v public theymustcobto Ms t f dts4Weoffcr these ad vanta Yes I r c Tlie Finest MachIry New D0wii tfter J Minute Type the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled WorkmenMone obtain COULD ASK FOR MORE1L i 4L tt nJ t enough believe r- a line oi samples that will lPseanytbni of itsI 1 1 I 0 t kind in gc KetitUckya4notthzggLvesti r its pleasure fhap To exhibitwarprq to- the n i usgs ofprh1er woul l lulrc foTc lf and yot That we cari deJLer file gbods t r t t o ita ti ft SrLt tr 1 P4YOrEtci 1t1i v t4 I jftr 010111 crT ICWnrn atrkra fIJ i i ttpi J Ico r f Uh t WiNGHESTER NEWS COMPANY j Printers fAnthiht n I Main St New Plidiie 9Et- 4 1I sJI r J f t4 KufHcnei SHeB long wanted to leave ays a Blllville never could afford railroad justa given pal hope came along gave tlfid house ttanSlJOrtatlon providential pulled through at Atlanta qOI stftul Won Practical rJonrtro snnlrrt n movements nof Wtainly I WellJup pbse a Inem with pump handle Itini in jiefed ota pail water fight Bohemian I vayI t tl Heat from Wood Charcoal Wood yields Of heat of diarccaJ about heat ias maris Remarkable Feat of a diction Ury is task that a corps of trained editors with no slight heslCatlonV a Washington an George H Gorham fliilshea remarkable of writing Jneh FrenchEnglIsu entfrefrunaidedFshj It T t k1 i 4S f Jr it 1thigh the oE 4dcinIty nt oW are the t in It h they were to they reach the the eye of the t4ir ifie I printing thwhitdh fa and to can YOU We are vain that yghaye this ionbf more ink We show J lJ tS tW iSZr Ol e INCO1RORATED S aihurrlcane Labor bettcfhalf Interested teifipejancO compiling vom idIomatic dictionary ii44i 1l that this rt No1 xature Is nut at varIan c Jfft art nor aAwitb ifature they b ing providenceArtthe ivrhd nw ad It wa f the sixth day there Wee eta ChIi tr hath fljade one world andcrtanbtliei in brief all things are artificial for na ture Is tho art oL GoSfl Thona- Broner KILLS WppLUBLASE t 1 A iflrci1cinurderer is Ajypendi 11ingINewvcntio They gently timuiate sfdm1 inch liver bwsiuu preventing that appendicitis7OuFiI1 tlis iTalana Headaclie and Tndi gesfioii 2Zc af PJiillips Drug Store ri Always4C6niea High j One trouble with experience Is that Wriofpr ces 7 Tr V rv Sanin Is Sure iPro1itjtJ M fjt r l6IJ I l 1 Jsi iP I I t i1j tt JI k poqruah1tyiMLIndIL ered equal to three or those laid t f the hens In Hindustan and chhk Hii JIr a few weeks od are geheri ljalmost too tough to be e t nA fe i turkeys arq raised br EurppcanJ tIoIiahLyarChristmas for from 5 to iOaplecef t N A Q T iii pIG O4D- Ej L + 4 nTAyijifgMrs pe Ptlut deafhu ji ift geintens Jtit savcral times neityiy Caused My death Mlrndicdiec failed ami 1oeUr ins3urbIc Tle Dr Kiiig n11rWR Tiscovery brpuglit quiek relief cute so permanent flint I ft o yearSppi Mrff Pa JJworks wonders la xml coij Sore Lungs HemorrVajrLiM ii f ifcitKmaJ Croup 8t lafl Bronchial WnI arJ lt Trial Jaratcdd by PiijWp DripePM1Er J bLpa4 fktiJl ipire C t n6jflf ttit tt + oflj r r6 I l d jb k7 f j rlJHl u Q la J f it1 Hr to s Ii t I r l i jfrl L J fJ Jfc i i i tl C s A 4 IUf il i iE = c t lfjJ lI tII 1n tt i t z IeIEIQht uf THE WINCHESTER NFWSr 1 t BALLINDS ll THE YSCAYETIES President and Mrs Taft In HAttendancer NOIED PERSONS THERE Diplomatic Judicial and All Official Circles Represented at Social Function Jn Pension Building Costumes of Ladles Declared to Be the Most Beautiful Ever SeenBrilliant Dis Iayof Fireworks Brings Outdoor Inaugural Features to Close Washington March 5Last night in t 9 30 the gaily decorated corridors of the huge pension office building great throng of gorgeously attired iyn black and white and blue witn gold lace assembled and tripped the light fantastic in honor of the incoming president and his family Tire ballroom presented a brilliant scene resident and Mrs Taft Vice President and Mrs Sherman and thejr families were the center of attraction They did not however remain long at the ball after the grand march The gowns Worn by many of the la dies were the most beautiful ever seen at inaugural ball Diplo matic judicial and all official and so cial circles of Washington were rep resentedThe committee composed of prominent citizens of all the states presented to Mr and Mrs Taft th visitors from their respective states The ball lasted until midnight Mr Taft said he had never felt better in his life and personally tht terrible weather was not a hardship- to him but he regretted exceedingly the conditions that confronted the men of the militia and the marching clubs who had traveled so many miles to have a part in the parade r f ABLAZE WITH LIGHTS Fireworks In Evening Contain Many New and Novel Features Washington March 5 Historic Pennsylvania avenue was ablaze with light last night The committee hav ing in charge the Illuminations and tile1 merchants occupying business j houses along its length vied with each other in producing the most brilliant display One of this features of the illumination was the stretchin- across the hundred and nine feet of roadway a large number of rlectric festoons They were placed ISO feet apart and extend from ePeace Capitarf gr and thence to New York avenue a di tance of about a mile and a quarte- The effect was wonderfully fine The Peace monument itself for the first l time since Its erection soon after the close of the civil war is being put to the use for which it originally w- aintendedthat s of a fountain Connec tipns with the water service were made and the great body of water b ing thrown into the air was the focu of powerful searchlights in many colors producing a wonderfully beautiful spectacle The cornice and beam- of the treasury building were outline- in incandescent lamps as was th ppstofflce building where were played in the arches of its tower se eral bluegreen mercury vapor of great brilliance Powerfulsearc lights constantly played on the ma jestic dome of the Capitol and on the front of the new white marble Mu nicipal building The program was a long one an contained many special and unit e features of marvelous beauty a spectacular effect never beretofo seen in this country The display began by tha discharge of 101 aerial guns the national salute and was fol lowed by the lighting of 250 prismat- fires which changed color a numb of came the flight of 150 rocket bombs fired from several positions asp to blend their varied colors a then in rapid succession the dis I charce of a battery of magnesium balloons followed by a marvelous sun cluster and batteries of fle cobras and the burning of great quantities of ruby fire which Rave its red tint to every object within a ra dies of many squares The Star Spangled Banner excited the admiration of the great throng of spectators It was produced by the electrical dis charge of many Marge bombs pictur ing the national shield in its true colors suspended among the dudOne of the gre t atuJes of the dis play was too wpnderful Pillar Ligh frising a hundred feet into the ajrj arranged in five tiers and light- Ing up the whole southern section of the city Then came batteries of lightning candles matting blinding flashes closely resembling real light ping and followed by peals of thun der tit w oatlngbiNearlytilethe wh MixiUIUnwas a set piece The ittl din the Sky showing a city with ussplres1Llld lofty bull Jtssori1e or them 100 rethlglland ftlUn a 0l th ground 500 feet l igAhalrsldpts seen passing over itipllowed by others These tur p iih 1 s and are met ayan opposing aerial fleet when a battle ensues One air- Ship After another is sit on fire and falls In the meantime other airships float over the city dropping fiery bombs wrecking the buildings which rumble and fall until all are utterly destroyed The action of the encoun ter of the aeroplanes and the destruc tion Ot the city were marvelously realistic I bCPOSURrWLLS TWO Washington Hospitals Filled With Victims of Stormy Weather Washington March 4Much suf ering was caused among the fast in aauguration crowd here by the wintry winds the slush under foot Wand freez ng temperature Two persons were reported dead as- a result of exposure and many other persons are seriously ill The rare Andrew Doran 55 a Pullma- onductor who died at the union sta tion Norman A Stall 45ot Rich mond Va who was seized with an lttack of apoplexy theyanumerous cases ex haustion among persons who stood for many hours in the slush and snow viewing the inaugural parade Roosevelts At Oyster Bay Oyster Bay March 5 Former President and Mrs Roosevelt arrived here from the notional capitol They proceeded at once to their home on Sagamore hill where they were cordial y greeted by their old neighbors Salome Dance Enjoined Kansas City Mo March 5Ger trude Hoffman the actress was en joined by the circuit court from pre aerating the Salome dance during the remainder of her engagement here in the leading part of the World on the ground that the danc Is obnoxious to public morals JURORS REGISTER KICK WITH JUDGE Tell Hart They Want to Get Horne For Spring asNashville Tenn March 5 When court adjourned in the Coop er Shar trial for the murder fit Former Sen tor E WCarmack after a day mar ed by little progress and much wrangling between attorneys the jury sent word to Judge Hart that they had a complaint to make and the court called up one of their number William Hows The latter said farmergs The time for spring is We want to get home The entir crop for the year depends upon th planting 1ve feel that there are too many delays and too much argument We ask the court to hurry things hawse durr ing the day But we want to get through and get through soon Judge Hart told Hows he realized how the jurors felt and that he would use every effort to make the case move more rapidly Ohio Man Caught In West 5Chargesd n with embezzling money and diamonds to the value bf 6500 F E Freeman 8adyesworn y vsSheriff Hodge Roadshriman and party arrived here on their fivecar special train en route to pots o Mexico where Mr Harriman n MexdMARHErSre Chicago Cattle Steers 257 25 cows s 3 C05 50 heifers 256 00 bulls 405 25 stockers and feeders 3 305 30 Calves J3 508 75 Sheep lambers Choice heavy shipping 6 65G 75 butchers 86 5536 70 light mixed 6 35 QG 15 choice Ihht6506 65 packing WheatIld a 65654c Oats No 3 5455c East Buffalo Cattle Export cattle 006 35 shipping steers 75 heiferryQb 25 CalvesBest 9 5010 2S Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 55 255 wethers 550600 ewes 5 005 6 lamts 56 757 90 yearlings 507 Hogs Heavier 7 OOQ 7 05 mediums 7 007 05 Yorkers iu 907 00 pigs 6 75 roughs 6 00 stags 00 Clevelahd O Cattler Prime dryft cattle 6 0056 25 fat steers 55 756 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 503 butts 53 OOI25 milkers and springers 25 00 055 00 Cahcs9 65 down Sheep arid Lamba lIixcd sheep 55 005 75 2o5 Hos Mixed G90 mediums 56 90 6 95 heavies 695 Yorkers 56 506 90 pigs 56 50 roughs 55 76Q 6 OOItags J5 005 2- 5Plttsburg PaCattle Choice 56 300 6 60 prime 56 006 30 tidy butchers 5S 405 70 heifers 53 505 50 cows bulls and stags 53 00 C 5 00 fresh cows 525 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 009 50 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers 55 80 6 00 good mixed 55 505 75 lanabs 00S 00 HogsPrime heavy hogs heayti7 40 Q6 60 pigs 55 906 20 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2hred 51 271 28V Corn No 2 6868c OatsNo 2 C51yQ56c RyeNo2 83c 37d35 i4 atUe52 766 Slieep 52 Hg 5 tit Lambs 55 06775 cOlR8cer 1 ENTIRE CHARGE OF THE TEAM For the Season is Given to Manager Horn By the Baseball Directors Manager Newton Horn of Nash ville Tenn reached Winchester Thursday night oil the G30 C and- O and is now at the BrownProctoiia Mr Horn met with the directors of club Thursday night and went over pdirectors authoritnto ancnthe matter of controlling releasing and discipline the players was left entirely with him The directors told him that he was to spare neither time nor expense in getting the best team that could be had in the Blue Grass League and that what they wanted was the pennant Acquainted With Players Mr Horn is personally acquainted wIthall of the players signed except two or three and speaks in the high est terms of these men He said tlia he would come to Winchester on April 10th to remain and would Friday send out notice to all players to re port on April 12th as he has several exhibition games before season opens Horn comes Winchester with the hardegener als on the field and oft of any semi professional player in the country He has had six years of professional ball playing experience and in 190 caught eightsix games without break He says that Toney who was with the team last year will be one of the star pitchers this esason Will Remain Several Days Mr Horn will remain in the city eer l drays completing arrange ments and will return to Nashville Monday The contracts for uniforms were let to A G SPaildin and Co whitae blockstockings and caps with black visorwhile the suits on the road will be gray with green trimmings gray caps black stock ings and gray sweater coattrimmctl in black Manager Horn gave Spauldings representative the mews wiell oncee PUSHING K W C IN THE MOUNTAINS President Taylor Delivers Many Ad dresses at Corbin and Other Towns President Taylor has just returned from a fourdays trip in the interest of the college at Corbin London Barboursville Pineville and Middles boro lIe delivered ten speeches sit addresses sol4 some good bills brooms and looked after a numb of prospective pupils He4 is to return by invitation in the near to lecture again at Middlesboro Bar boursville and Corbin and has invited to deliver the address for the Middlesboro illaSchool May 11t- hThesubjectsof his lectures ered on the trip were Christian E ucation A Paying Investment The Man Without a Chance at Cuba When and Ten Years After tl Spaniard Left it The applications for his address are more than he can fill To Appear in Frankfort The K YoC Lecture Recital a Glee Club will give an entertainment in Frankfort on the evening of March llth The occasion is to be one of much interest as many of the leading ladies of Frankfort will actt ladiesoan honor of the College The stage of the opera house will be decorated coloroby Taylor will lecture on Cuba Prof Dajgety give two recitals and Hains Lariimer G Foskett and Ross r one df the male qdarfettes of K W Cwill furnish the musical numbers Many other towns ha ebe asked for a performance by the clttball but acceptedEntertainment The K W C Lecture Recital and Glee Club have arranged for and to CityFridaypromised tojItakeupcation that shchas lost Ii6per AL r MANY NAMES FOR DISTRICT JUDGE it Is Thought Judge Cochran Will Be MoVed Up To Circuit Judge LEXINGTON Kyv March 5 Much interest bus been aroused among the Republicans of Central Kentucky by the possibility which is believed here to be almost a prob ability that President Taft will ap oint Judge A M J Cochran Unit States Judge of the Eastern Kentucky district to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Rich ards of the United Slates Court of Appeals and much speculation is being indulgcdiu by the Republican leaders of Central and Eastern Ken tucky as to who in this event would most likely be appointed to succeed Judge Cochran on the bench of the Eastern Kentucky district S J Roberts Hie recognized head of the Republican organization in Central Kentucky in discussing the qucston expresses the opinion that betJudge Richards but make the following suggestion that Judge E C ORear of Frankfort would be a PositioneJudge ORear Mentioned If the Circuit judgeship vacancy had occurred some years later Judge E C ORear of the Kentucky Court of Appeals might have been n for midable figure in the contest for the postueven now as tthe has made a limit record on time State bench and could command strong support from the Kentucky delegation in Congress The fact that he has just entered upon a new eightyear term and the hope of a vast army of Republicans that he may head the State ticket for Gov ernor in 19 11 may dampen the en thusiasm of some of those who night otherwise bqglad to see kiln advanc ed to adignified life position on the Federal bench but the fact remains that if he should lecide to enter the list he villbe an important factor in the siftlz ion lliscussitllime possible candidates the position of District Judge should Judge Cochran be promoted Mr Roberts says Some Suggested Among those who have been ten ta lively suggested from time to time when it was ilet supposed that a va cancy was so imminent are the fol lowing Judge A R Burnam of Richmond an eminent lawyer former Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals and Kentucky member of the Republican National Committee John T Shelby of Lexington one of tin ablest and most universally respect ed men at the bar of Kentucky Rob ert H Winn of Mt Sterling chair man of the Republican State Central Committee and one of the leaders of the bar of Eastern Kentucky T ofdscy latyer ofemay candidates but this list shows that materialratcart selection if Judge Cochran is pro mated In Washington dispatch Willsondas a beidoutieo as or notesa citizen of the Eastern Kentucky dis Judgend LAST MEETING OF ofWINCIIESTER CAMP To Prepare For Head Camp Meeting Fridayrj The last meeting of Winchester Camp No 82T 0 W to be held preparatory to the meeting of the Head Camp here next Tuesday will held Friday night at which tim plans for receiving the Head Camp will be perfected J H Brewer of Louisville FIend Consul of the State SaturdayIHead Camp convenes CONFERS RANK OF PAGE At the regular meeting of Ivanhoe Pythiasicewad conferredoit Prof George S l 1 L II I MR1 tL MARCH GETS CONTRACT For the Furniture and Carpets For the New Fraternity Build = ing Here i- i BuildingCommittee M fraternity building Friday tile idntract for the furniture and ears refs for the new building was award- d to E L March of Lexington over everal competitors Mr Marchs bid- ingic the lowest and best hid The new budliing is one of the fraternitybtiildiuf and the furniture and carpets will cunbe f 1Thewel who died Thursday morning Was held at the First Baptist churohFri day aftcmoon at 2 oclock The ser vices were conducted by Rev Rice Riuphijce The following acted as pall bearers Etil = lard Blaokwcll Marshall BlackwoH Schuyler Blackwell Walter Blacl = well Willis Blackwell Wallace Bladk well h t COUNTRY HAMS r atE7Is 2273t 250Iper day Steady work to good man I J BLACKBURN 47 K Main st Lexington Ky 323t FOR RENTRoonts Miss CAR RIE M WELLS No GO N Maple 32Gt e I t os 11 Ih Jt utIIiIII Per Cent Off j S HONALL WinterFAND Overcoats AT I Bloolnfieldo 5WyI JWinchester Opera House meaaeingMonday 8111 CONTINUING ALL WEEK f5he JEFFERSON STOCK H COMPANY V I- NREPERTOIRE WITH HighClass Specialties Between Acts Prices 15c 25c and 35c G TRANDSeats On Sale at Usual Place Remember the Date I v L CLASSIflED COLUMNJ ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word petf inser lion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item chaArcd on books for less than 25dents There continuous insertions of sumo item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more i setC witlu one year j iI censa line t FOR RENT 7 room dwelling First ave JISCPO 4room dwelling First ave 1250- 5room dwelling Haggard St 15 QO Uroom dwelling Lex ave i8l Groom dwelling Lex ave J5QO uroom dwelling Winn ave 12 5 FOR SALE Building lots on Fnfh avenue Thebcstllocation intho city for a home t tr ii I IKE J i Ll THE REAL ESTATE HAstl FOR SALE OR RENTTwod rS lqstreetand Beckner T7 P AZRILL r 2111mo WANTEDTu take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rollsj tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col loge street Home phone 54- 1121mo FOR SALE Cheap graphoplionei and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Addres N R B this office 19tf r WANTED Sewing at home or in families MRS HADDEN 21 Taylor avenue 2151mo WANTED =To buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217t WIRE FENCEI still build all kind ofwire fence It in the market for same write ortelcphone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf OR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers for sale at this office 2lGtf FOR REfiTFlat of 3 rooms with water and gas corner of Maple and Fairfax streets Apply to FIT JACKSON or MRS E G SYMPSON 3i2t 10QIn91Front WULCOPIIER JiFOR SALE 150 font of yard fence Highland FOR SALEAood work ltorseAn ply at News office or call 655 Home phone 225tf WANTED TO RENTOn shares 100 acres land acres for tobacco and 30 acres for corn Address Y C BOWEN Stanton Ky 342t WANTED Live energetic collector andsolicitor in Winchester Sal ary and commission Marrigdjnan preferred Address ttA Box 4G5 Lexington Ky 343fc See demonstration of Safcfcy Belt Buckle at Currys by Mrs Kate Moore Exum R4t GOJTOCOLLEGS have already put hundreds through college by means ofout plan Write today for fun information regarding our offer of a free gcjiblr IleAddress e East 22nd Street New Yorlc C ity 3 2t tJquiresin e Winchester to look after expiring 6 secureewbusinessods tltmslay effective j positibh permaneifr prefer one vitle experience i but would consider any applicant with good natural quali lications salary 150 per day with commission option AddresS t with 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