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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I Yf T r Last Edition r f i fff Jv j fe rts ii h J i qeotl t a u er H VOL 1 NO 123 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY MARCH 6 1909 12CENTS GOBY 1I1il1fIS WEEK ICOUNCIL APPOINTS COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER CITY HALL QUESTION lArrangements To Be Made Immediately To Oil The Streets Early In The Suinmer CIaims Are Ordered Paid r 1SThe THE WINCHESTER NEWS and Eastern railroad paid taxes amounting to 7469 two times and asked that they be refunded one of the payments which was granted Makes Partial Report City Collector Ramsey made a par tial report of the amount of taxes coUcctedon city property but the acceptance of his report was deferred until the next meeting and in the meantime the Finance Committee will according to custom audit his report anda full report will be made at the next meeting Chief of Police M D Tarpy reported eleven cases tried during the monthon which Jines amounting to 151 was imposed costs 59 cash collected 35460 on old bonds 760 The report of the City Treasurer showed that the city had in the hank 153589 sinking fund 2600 The City Collector reported 15448 collected during the month on taxes The City Clerk reported 29 50 censes collected during the month on li Claims Ordered Paid The following claims against the city were presented and ordered paid G M Hart 81 90 Dr G W Brashear 300 45IW II Hodgkin Co c 21 00 John Powell 25 James Gartland 75 Parrish Bradley 10 85 00IStrodesOld Kentucky t Phone Co 1 50 Bedford Tuttle 17 25 K5 Allan 6 45 Natural Gas Cp A I 24 6 Rufus Dunn 5np GN Wasserbochr 690 W Butch 9 05 Winchester By Lt and Ice Company 550 50 YoT Fox 23 75 S Hayes V 20 00 Winchester Electiic Supply C joompany Total 821 96 Laborers Pay Roll The following is the laborers pay rollJ Hopper 19 20 John Harrison 1 20 George Adams 6 75 George Gatson 17 70 Leon Martin t 11 40 II House 75 A Taylor 45 A Fluty 1 80 Andy Bunch 3 12 Bowman 3 87 Luke Glancy 45 00 Total 117 24 To this the regular payroll of city officials amounting to 70976 must addedn a total disburse meat of 9392- 0FARMERS CLUB NEXT SATURDAY Prof Goode of State University is to Talk on Hog Culture at the Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Clark County Farmers Club will be held the court house next Sat urday afternoon Prof Goode of State University of Lexington will address the meeting on hog culture and Mr May Goff of Bourbon coun ty will talk on the cultivation of al falfa Prof John L Boslev of the City Schools will tell of the tests made of seed corn by the children of the City SchoolsThis is the biggest and best prog am that has ever been arruaged for any of the meetings l Money would be more enjoyable if it took people5as long to spend it as it does to earn it Jlgliehthaon When he takes his nightshirt off 7 1 t l1Ht4c J f NICHOLAS sICA CENTRAL FIGURES IN MYSTERIOUS NEWARK TRAGEDY WHICH INVOLVED MURDER AND ODD DOMESTIC TANGLEjThe death of Frank Wilhelm a justice of the peace of was a bullet in his brain revealed an odd chain of circumstances including the fact that his handsome young wife was in childrenhysterIcalof Wilhelm another woman appeared and saId Wilhelm had deserted her und their two children in New York twelve- years before She also said the man had once passed under the name of Zueudorf and that she believed he once married a woman in Kansas City She said she had heard nothing of him for twelve years and was only apprised of his whereabouts on reading of the tragedy j WORK ON fOUNDATIONS Of THEI MlLDOWNEY BUILDING TO BEGIN General Contractor Will Nape Gang Of Men On Job Next WeekBuilding- To Be Six Stories The work of clearing away the dirt and brick from the McEldowncy lot on Cleveland avenue to make room for the foundation for the new building is progressing rapidly and will be completed in a few days Mrx J yV Wheeler the general contraC- tor for the new building will start aI gang of men to work on the founda tion some time next week and the workwill continue right on until the building is completed The new building will be an office building and will be as near fire proof as a building can be made The very latest and best method of con structing a fire proof building will be used The building will be built ofconcrete and brick and no wood will be use l at all except for the doors and window sashes The stairways and floors through out the building from the basement to the top including the roof will be of concrete The ground floor will be used for two store rooms which will be 18x86 in dimensions and the rest of the g will be used for offices The building will be six stories above the basement and will be one ofjthe finest ojfots kind ever coif strucied and dd greatly to the will j t 1t p 11 V5r vv v t Kr1S NO CLUE IN HOLD UP CASE Police Are So Far Unable to Locate the Robbers of Mr Stanhope The police authorities are working hard trying to locate the person or persons who held up and robbed Mr Stanhope the blacksmith on Washington street Thursday night but so far no arrests have ben made The police are unable tr get onto any clue When liewant togo some place a boy can do work in lOnhrtes which would ordinarily take liinilalf a day We have attended a good many lee urexpecI= sitbeauty of Wi and villbp one that sheiv11 be justly proud of cJ t I+ r- frl tii NEGRO IS HELD TO GRAND JURY Joe Davis is to Answer For Alleged HoldUp of Tom Bowers Wednesday Night Joe Davis colored who was ar vested Friday on a charge of high way robbery was tried in Police Court Saturday morning and in de fault ofa 300 bond was held to await the action of the next Circuit Court Davis is alleged to have held up and robbed a white man named Tom Bowers Wednesday night near where Mr Stanhope was robbed Thursday night CONGRESS TO MEET MARCH 15 President Issues Call Saturday For the Special Tariff Session Special The NewsIWASHINGTON March 6Presi dent Taft issued a call today for a special session of Congress con vene March 15 The call does not mention the object But of course is is to consider the tariffschedules and is issued in accordance with there iden snro1sc during the cam pain T ifIt f r i 5dj WITNESS HELD FORPERJURY Jgnr4S- tate Has Innings jn the Cooper Sharp Trial Witness Attacks Governor Patterson jNashviile Tenn March GThe state had its inning in the trial ot Colonel D B and Robin Cooper and John D Sharp for the murder of Former United States Senator E W Car mack Not only did it tear to piece what was left of the testimony of S J Binning the defenses mysterious readbearded man who claimed to have seen the shooting but it challenged the right of the Coopers to be on Seventh avenue at all the day of the killing It did this by impeaching the testimony of the governor and others who claimed the Coopers were invited to the mansion and that white on their way there they met Carmack and a street duel followed The bombardment of the case of the defense began when two witnesses swore that Binning the night of the tragedy said to them It i had been five or ten minutes earlier I would have seen the killing Later the state introduced witnesses attacking the reason the defense gave for being on the street Senator Carmack must traverse to get to his apartments This reason was that Governor Patterson had sent for the colonel and Robin accompanied his father Adjutant General Brown Judge Bradford Colonel Cooper and Robin Cooper testified that after Colonel Cooper left Bradfords office Just before the shooting General Brown recalled him to talk to the governor over the telephone and that it was in obedience to the governors com mand that the men were on Seventh avenue upon which is the executive mansion when they met Carmack Two witnesses swore that after Colonel Cooper left Bradfords office he neither returned voluntarily nor was recalled to the telephone ty anyone And one Miss Dplsy Lee de Glared that instead of the governor calling the colonel the colonel at Judge Bradfords suggestion called up the governor at the capitol The latter testimony however was not permitted to reach the Jury In rebuttal too the state attacked Judge Bradford Miss Lee swore that told her he could have shot Car mack himself with as little remorse as he would have shot a rattlesnake She also swore that Paul Davis an other defense witness declared to her would perjure himself to get on the Jury Soon after court adjourned the states attorneys went into confer ence and when they emerged Attor ney General McCarn held a warrant for the arrest of S J Binning on a charge of perjury The specific alle gation is that when he testified that saw Senator Carmack twirling the cylinder of his revolver he swore to a lie The warrant was served at once BARRICADES IllS HOME Insane Kentuckian Defies All Efforts to Capture Him Lexington Ky March 6 Barricad ed in his country home armed with two rifles several pistols and 13 pounds of ammunition John W Thomas Jr is defying officials of all Shelby county and threatens to kill anyone approaching the house Thomas Is believed to be insane and has demanded that a relative place 915000 at his order or be killed The county officials summoned 60 men to make a charge upon Thomas but only three men would do so so the attack was abandoned An appeal for state troops to dislodge him was made but the adjutant general re fused to send them unless the county officials should first resign FIRST BLOOD fOR CHICAGO Americans Defeat San Francisco Coast Leaguers 5 to 2 San Francisco March eTeam No 1 of the Chicago Americans drew first blood of the 1909 season by tak ing the San Francisco Coast league club into camp by a score of 5 to 2 The game drew a big and enthusiastic crowd although it was but the first of the preliminary series which the Chicagoans are playing in order to get into shapefor real work of the 5a son Los Angeles Also Loses Los Angeles Cal March BThA Chicago American team No 2 defeated the Los Angeles Coast league team in the first game of the series by a score of 5 to 3 Six Hurt In Panic Buffalo N Y March 6Six young girls were severely bruised in a panic at St Stanislaus parochial school which followed the passing of a fire engine to a conflagration in a neigh boring dwelling t t i THE WEATHER PartlyL A A at to to he he he TAfT SETTLES- DOWN TO GRIND t Cabinet Members Are Confirm t President Talks to Committee of Hew Tariff Washington March S The Taft administration took its first stride when the new president named hfa cabinet The senate confirmed his selections and its members took the oath of office today with the exception of George W Wickersham who was sworn in asattorney general yesterday and of Messrs Dickinson and MacVeagh whose personal affairs will not permit of their reaching Washington for a week or more An important conference took place between President Taft and the Re publican members of the ways and means committee The committee framed a tariff bill which Jt is un derstood contains a provision for the collection of an inheritance tax anti of the suggestions for raising revenue contained in the inaugural address of President Taft Mr Taft told the committee there would be no delay in the official proclamation calling the extra session of congress for March 15 His message to this session he said would recommend that Jt con fine its work exclusively to tariff revision that there might be no un necessary delay in enacting this most Important law He would he saidJlot discuss in his message any derails of tariff re vision leaving all such matters en tirely to the judgment of congress The members of the committed left the White House expressing the ut belietthstthebe completed before Juno 1 The cabinet as confirmed by the senate is made up as follows Sec retary of state Philander C Knox Pennsylvania secretary of the treas ury Franklin MacVeagh Illinois secretary of war Jacob Y Dickinson iswter general Frank H Hitchcock Mat sachTisett rwcrettyof iHevnaty George Von L Meyer Massachusetts secretary of the interior AiBallinger Washington secretary of agriculture James Wilson Iowa sec retary of commerce and labor Charles Nagel Missouri TO ELIMINATE FACTIONALISM Ohio Republican Leaders Hold Conference at Washington Washington March 6At a meeting in the headquarters of the National League of Republican Clubs the first steps toward securing har mony between the Ohio Republican league and the state administration were taken Present at the meeting were Arthur I Vorys Guido Gores of Cincinnati president of the Ohio Re publican league A Garford Elyria 0 Hy D Davis Cleveland and Wil liam F Chambers Clnc1gaatt r The meeting was informal is predicted to result in securing the elimination of all factipxalism in the Republican party in Ohio Drops Dead at Phone Dayton 0 March iOharles Tlca 42 who came here recently froth Clear Springs Md crawled to a telephone and told the operator lie ails rflvEjTicestrument Three Scalded In Explosion Wapakoneta 0 March SBY the bursting of the boiler of a freight em glne Fireman Elmer Tripp of Elm- wood 0 B1 Berry of U lrlgoI Ky and J W Leffen of Lbuisvill Ky were seriously scalded Will VISIT IBERIA Congress Provides Funds For nvetl gating Commissions Expenses Washington March 6 Aflequite appropriation made during the cjos Ing hours of congress will enable tns state department to send to Liberia the commission composed of Robert C Ogden Jacob fL Hollander and Booker T Washington who are to make an investigation and report 6a conditions which in their jUigm itt will help to strengthen the govern ment Robbers Murder Wealthy Wtdsw Columbus 0 March Mrs Tai3 ny Hagelgans a wealthy widow r sM lag alone on a farm at Morgansattic tion near this city was found deed at her home wltk it ballet wound im her head The motive of the itrdr evidently was rtyWawt Witi larreY Columbus h March Aliftbswomans a44 MclMiM and wesaaai slabs of this 4 Have joteM In a tition to Mrs NTaft asking 1MiMt to serve wine at pvtilie eaUrtaiM raiU White Jiiiww ilUi F Ly t r trAtIIH W 1 f 7 t t lit r I Pale lwe = THE WINCHESTER NEWS A DlECTOR J Kenflcky According to the last census Ken tucky has a population of 2147174 Tte area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water The streams within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the construction of railroads and the Bevel opment of our resources for many years The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River and Southof the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the Demand has in creased It wouldseem that kind t oYiaeIc has held in reserve riur almost inexhaustible utilities until a time When they are most needed by the Country Our supply f timber is limited but there is nough to last for many years to ome We have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square miles Other min orals await development Natural gas and oil in paying quantities are being developed in many localities There are ho moife bad people in Kentucky than in other States in proportion to population Good people regardless of politics or religionare always welcomeClarkCounty Land acres 158176 Value of OAlandpersonal prop rty including franchises 12004 370 Tax rate for all cbilnry purgpses 50 cents on the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains are onthe Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for aaistan of twentyfive miles Ford on th river Sou of Winchester has extensive lumber Three railroads go entirely lie county Chesapeake Ohio Louistille Nashville and Lexingto 1 Eastern Blue Grass is a natural Uncultivated lanf will set itself blue grass Crops of timothy and clover can be raisedwitn profit Corn wheat rye and oattare the grain crops Tobacco is raised in large quantities i All fruits that are adapted to th profitihexis fit 16 694 Circuit Court lMondJSepDecember J M i Benton Judge B A Crutch r Attorney County Court Fourth Monday in each month- Uuarterty Court Third Tuesday in each jnontbu County Officer J H Evans Judge S X Jeffnefe Aittprkey Howard Hampton Sheriff Lee Evans Deputy John Bedford Deputy tff A Boone County Clerk- S P well De n Clerk W T Pox Circuit Clerk Roger Qiusehberry or 0 A Tanner SchoolrSuPErinitend f i i r f r t A R JYfR Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F F Gobdpaster Seventh district Eon E Wills WInciiester County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5964 The city has over Iaped the corporate limits and W has a population of near ten thousand It is located on the dividing ridge between ihe Kentucky and Lick ing Rivers has water works elec tric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College if located at Winchester The fire department is one of the best in tho StateThe assessed valuation of all property including franchises 4692499 The tax rate on the hundred dollar is sixty cents for city and fifty cents fpr schools The C 0 L Nand L railroads center at Winchester ihe geographical location and shipping facilities make the city a desirable lo cation for factories New concerns are given five years exemption fro taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasure ia giving informatiun ity Officers J A Hughes Mayor S B Tracy Clerk F H Haggard Attorney F P Pendletpn Judge Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor ent I Brinegar Coroner N H Witherspoon Treasurer Police Tarpye AssbiD Albert Tanner John Ballard tBoard of Council sFirst vardShirIey Hadden W P Hackett nSecond ward A R Martin T L Jodd Boonms Fifth wardG D ilcCullum S DinellL Board of Education G W Strother President Secretarye r Harry Ecton J B Cornett W1A Adams J K Allan Jaxis Hisle ZenaJBruee N K Foster ire Department t AJt Baldwin Chief Jno W Eardiag Secretary How Lapp Collects Reindeer 7In April the Lapp lets his reindeer r loose to wander as they please and fwJieh the mosquHoofe begin to abound aVout midsummer collects his herd iSimply by catching one doer fitting it with a bell and trusting to instinct which leads the animals to gather rtato herds for protection against the mosquitoes to do the rest In a cool summer when mosqiutoee are few this instinct does not come into play randIts almost impossible to bring 9 reindeer together TY AptrwswI i ADYuRTISEMEKlv L I in STRANGE YET HAPPY FAMILY Extraordinary HappeningVauoh d For hy Truthful liMor Happy families saW the sailSr There tnt no man ItviA ever seen the happy family I once saw seed ratherIt was at HLa Barte the port 6 Bayonne wliere the bayonets come from I was strol1hl acrost neothem therey6 allmedders full b small WHite snails when all of a sudden I gasped avid cast anchor t A cow on a hilltop was beln milked simultaneously by a pig a snake add a dog Ixwatched that niilkin several min utes The cow enjoyed itcows alms do you knowand the happy family milked away ravenously Miss Snake got oheasy first She let go her holt and droppin to the grass slid off Then Mr got enough and trotted away witha Ngatisfled grunt Last to go was the dog Ive saw queer sights all over world the sailor concluded but theL queerest of em all was that happy family takin its milk at La Barre The druggist laiighedFoldly It wasnt milk he said that youd been ta wagerfCOMPENSATION FOUND IN COLD Has BrainAocording I have often asked to be told why it is that a man with a cold in the head feels himself to be a superior sort of being to the man with no cold You must have observed for yourself that this is the case Take indeed your own cold You refer to it thirty or forty times a day as My cpld You feel quitesure that everybody you meet will know that you have a cold and that everybody will be in terested in its progress You will find yourself when in the full enjoyment of a cold airing opinions that you would certainly keep to yourself under normal conditions and casually contradicting the statements of those for whom as a matter of fact you cherish a very sincere respect There must be some simple physiological ex planation for this and I should bo greatly obliged if some medical reader would put me In the way of understanding it Is It that the cold acts nervesnmanr temporarily from Ills timidity Or is It that the fever accompanying a cold has a stimulating effect upon another wise slightly torpid brain Moistening the Air Why whatever is that for asked a caller of a Harlehi housewife as she sighted a deep pan holding about two amlngmthe parlor That is to keep the furniture falling apart and the piano from goin to rack and ruin replied the house wife It is something I learned In the natural gas country and if other peo ple did the same they would not suffer so much with headaches when they apartrfurniture warp and crack or the dry up and fall out of the joints Stea heat is as dry almost as natural gas heat and where natural gas is used topot or flan of water must be kept o n the stove or fireplace the steam arts lug from it keeping the air moist Poorly Paid for Great Work Oliver Goldsmith was an underpaid man from start to finish Fifty pounds 260 CorThe Vicar of Wakefleld was bad enough yet for The Travel er he got but 20 1003 and 25 for his English Grammar For The Deserted Village however his publisher sent him 100 guineas 500 This be at once returned with the message It is too much it is near five shillings a couplet which is more than any bookseller can afford or in deed any modern poetry is worth So she died with 10000 worth of debts Was ever poet so trusted before 7 said Dr Johnson How We Learnr Art Is long lIfo short judgment dif ficult occasion transient To act is easy to thinly Ishard to act according Eveei boifs guide him he learns sportfully seri dMsness come on him by surprise Im itation is born with us what should discoverTherarely valued The height charms us the steps to It do not with the su mit in our eye we love to walk alon the plain Goethe Novil Kite Game The manner in which kites can be manipulated is well illustrated by the game of Vakata This game Is best played with Squads of ten or less a side equipped with ordinary Indian kites of tissue paper and reels like dumbbells The game is to fly your kite so that it cuts the string of an opponents kite by Sawing it rescues being effects by Red Cross kites so manipulated that they get underneath and pick n the falling kite T8epvathlc Warnings You areso telepathic said the girl to tier hostess did you have any premonition of our coming up here t vsee you I remember having several awful n1htJliatHt WQ a Ssid i t rz j II t TIIoor is Unbolted Ji Mid the Bustle of Built nQ UWINCHESTER LUMBER i8l MANUFACTURING CO I LZV n i 10 it J J VALUABLE POSTAL I MATlONS OllOpresidcPostmasters has prepared slid issued the following with regard to the postal service and how the people may help Y LOUWhen you address a letter see that you spell the name of the town correctly Many pdstbfficcshave similar names Dont write jCin for Cincinnati or Cot for Qplumlxis When you addressTa fetter or card leave room for the Stamp and post mark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur your address Do nut put iviiti gin newspapers r packages if you dothe matter becomes firstelifes inil aiVd you must pay letter postaetwo cents an ounce or you are liabfetp a flue ofI 10wWritten or lypciwiitteir letters placed in unsealed envelopes arcsubject to the same rate qf qlpstagc as when scaled two cents anouuqe Post cards in traiisparcnti enve lopes will go at the iaQ of one cent it unsealed providqd there is nothing more the nthe address of the one to receive it and mid the name of the bender Stamp must he placed on envelope ahd hot on card when enclosed in transparent priyelope Post containing w galld inclosed in trapsprentenvelope mustga i must he jjlaccd onvthe envelope in stead of the card Send money by postoflice money order for if it is DeIparlmcnt mercliaiimt os registered mail willamake good any losstinthc mail not exceeding 25 Patrons of postofllceicah get better service by renting a boIf have lightjenealooked over like ij is in the general delivery The Post Office Depart forb1e1turn IThetimes destroys dtib r envelope or covering of a packagej and your mail is thus lost You should put sourname and postoffice on the pucknged if not delivered it will be returned to you but you will have 1o repay the post age unless it is fiist dlassi When you move lo another post office notify tho jppstniaster from your former pps offiqe to forward pulilisliersyfedO Letters lr pos officeIcan be delivered only to the person to whom addicsseilor to some mem her of his or her fainily especially authorized to receive the mail yougUse an ordinarysize envelope and have on it your return card if it is not delivered it will be returned to yon and not go to the Dead Letter Office as thousaiids of letters do mistaketfind it is riot yours dont open it but return itproD1ptIr and if you do open write on envelope opened by mistake and sign your name j dheDifferences ttpwe are eating dinner With n the man in the little blue kitchen or at a table dhote It ho feeds his ear with his spoon in the little Mite idt hen we go into fits but look afhIm ribwl Eating andowiping his fingers on Ifi5 table cloth and I dont 6ar jVa tyb you t7 r t t You sire always welcome ta come here and examine our cxte1fsiv line of doors sashes wainscotir g and other high grade mill work It is work of which we are pro id Every detail is cf lconstruct- ed by milt exports tlig jsaxviiig planing finiS arid generate qabitiet work isiinsUrpisseJ Ot rpripesr are pretty lo v coiisiderm r Wt ask your inspection W 11 Shall Woman Ie Given the Ballot 4a i iMRROUS weighty and impressive argu ments have been advanced at various times in support of both sides of this question No matter whether you are a believer in the affirmative or the negative side you will be interested in the clever little story entitledJ HetlnfiniteVarily By BRAND WHITLOCK in which Vthis proposition t plays a prominent part It is an entertaining tale of love and politics which will be published in this paper We OPENING CHAPTER WILL APPEAR SOON READ IT AND YOU WILL WANT TO FOLLOW the STORY TO the FINISH z T ==WOULDNT YOU BE DISGUSTED ifVa cold storm calrio along and caught you with not a scuttleftil of coal in your cellar It is likely to happen too Be ready for any old kind of weather by having us seim you up some of our clean uonklinker coal Then if yon neck it youll have it Youll have use for it dome day anyway Our Cow and Chicken- Feed Leads Them All J R Martin Coal and Supply Co Dreadful Possibility One day small Elmer observed five funerals pass the house After the last ono had passed he said Mamma if we dont hurry up and die heaven will be so crowded we cant get in Relief tor Cough TO prevent a dry tickling cough when lying down rub the nostrils greasejIt 1 4 tI 1 r w Well Mend the Wheel so that it will be as as if you send your matter how be we can restoregrQwingniorepopI Our repairing is ular among day Do ou think that would be the case unless our work was more than unusually good T STROrUER SCOTT 1 IdlenesIr It is no mor man to keep together a certain stock of knowledge than it is possible to keep together a stuck of ice exposed to the meridian sun Every daYdjstroys a faqt a relation or sacs and the only method of preI bulk and value of the pile is by constantly adding to ILrSidney flTRVAl kr x iJ a t 5 n 4 I tale time to think of your lumber rsu ply for your next contract and when you do think of us If you dont know us get acquainted at S tfonce for we are folks you ought to llf knoWtamJ ouoItgirt to uocv our j i lumber tb6l We will bd happV to ItIt l supply ouWitli Mnp grade at the fairest figures n I INCORPORATED I I information CALL oM NEiSONTlieTf3flSferMaB by day or night if you want your baggage transferfcdi OFFICEHome Phone 94V Night PhGn 33 9 1 IcOnkWri ht Trallsfc ad lcecUO Grating Handling and Hauling Fur lilture Pianos Etc a Spaclajly NO 19 North Main Strac Mtk Phaaei WINCHESTER TAILOR1N6 COMPANfY M so HMCKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AriD- DYEING A SPECIALTY NW Cor Main and Fnirfay HAOAIN AS AND AsoLINEllqlnes SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMiCAL It Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WroTE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAG N GAS ENGIflE1I 1FG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER PROFESSIONAL GARBS I M STE1tISON r rt Attorney At Law ease main WinchW CNJLETOc ni vAttorneys At kavv iurs Main St Winches t HV m ii GILBERT 8EE BOTTO FOR J Fresh 6 Cured Meats jFlsb Vegetables Country Produce J BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK 5 GARAGE F trind me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage With a nice Waiting Room for Ladies VfW5nchaster Ky Cor Broadway and Highland t tSlowness sotIco1truytheymaya capital So v f TRY A NEWS WART tADYERrisyiIril 1 T t I t tff 1r Ir tf 6j t 1 1 7 JY k Jk N S ir i pl = J 4 tU rIc iI Vt h II 44 I lI h f A f 4 + Tr f A V4lY arIIiI riwvtf n Ii j ij t Tu- i11L 1I1If L e j ez L 1JI8mJn toBY 1 QW Sylvanus Crabb Escaped ITarred and Feathered 1fffOP1HE LATE PANIC rtfMsri p Always Had RunDown the S l His Waterloo When His 1 s Determined to Save the and vAlso Enjoy aJoko j Crabb was the town scoldI f le Uo was a natle plerbiipo ganger to whom he talked ever would have suspected the fact Sylvanys ngver missed a clmnce to apuQ Coryville and everybody and everything InGoryvllle 41Isir Mr Crabb would remark transferring his quid of plug tobacco from the right to the left side of his fitCWhy Iye lived here man and bOY for fortynine years jand the towns been goin down eydr since I can recollect Yes sir liveTThe stranger to whom Sylvanus con- F fided these lifelong Impressions would pit patiently In his chair on the hotel veranda or stand patiently at the depot awaiting his train Sometimes he would reply with a question Are you In business here Mr Crabb 1 Business I should say not I dont mix with the people of this hero town I pont My folks left me the old homestead and some rentln houses and II live off the Income But I dont spend my money around here no sir- I buy my supplies In bulk right straight from Chicago and get my clothes there too send my measure in by man When I need any new furniture I look it upln catalogue and send right off for it myself These here Coryville peoplp dont make npthln off of sri vanus Crabb no sir One day tf stranger of distinguished appearance canje to Coryville lt was in unpleasantnessWefinanCial Yes sir Mr Crabb took occasion to Isay to the straqger this towns no good at all No place for business sir JJI was beginning to think so my self repliedthe stranger from what I have heard from my representatives here And who might you be inquired SyJvanuB iMy name is Hawkins said the stranger7 and Im tho owner of the Coryvlllb shoo factoryT I came down tJ1oJactorymy main works In Chicago and what ypu have told me about the slowness of CoryvIUe has determined me to do so I thank you Mr Crabb stopped in his tracks and stared He was worried for two reasons One was that two or three young men who on other occasions had told Mr Crabb that he was a useless ornament to Coryville had overheard him running down the town and had heard Mr Hawkins statement as to closing the shoe factory the one Insti tution which kept the town from dis integration during the panic The other reason for Mr Crabbs worry was that his four houses which rented for 15 a month each and supplied his en tire cash income were occupied by men who would be compelled to leave town and look elsewhere for employ ment when the factory closed they be- Ing skilled employees therein and hav ing no other trade Its 23 for you remarked one of the young men mentioned as he passed by Sylvanus Those young men work ed in the shoe factory That night Sylvanus sat In his home feeling truly dejected His final knock at Coryville had had results disastrous to himself But he did not brood long in somber silence Suddenly somebody knocked at his door Mr Crabb opened the dbor and found himself confronted by nearly a hundred ablebpdled men They wore ho masks or Any other dis guises Thy were young men from the shoe factory merchants of the town lawyers and others whom Syl venus had been running down for thir ty CtI They carried with them a large fuigot feathers and a pot of tar ivtth a brush stuck In ItI The sppkusman was the young man who had hissed 23 at the town scold- This man after Sylvanus had obeyed theorder to come out into tho sltreet said sternly Sylvanus Crabb town scold and general nuisance unless you marc- hstaIghtto the hPtel call Mr Hawkins out get down on your knees before him and before all ofus tell him that Cory rllle js the best town on earth and plead for him to keep his factory herewall tdr and feather you and set- S every dog In town on you Sylvanus had met his Waterloo He walked to tile hotel surrounded by the stern faced men his neighbors with whbin ho never had neighbored and a ter kneeling to Mr Hawkins and making his declaration and plea in ShIning t nShe was permitted to go home Next day the local paper contained I an account of the affair and also stated that Mr Hawkins had determined not o tple 1e his factory In Cpryville- buVtp enlarge rit Mr Crabj also learned from the v juetfsifcper latery that tie committee 1of public safety had visited Mr Haw l ust before walling upon himself andh4d4Bdacedvthe factory owner to ciiiige jite mla aftfevtelilng him the liif fcfetefcy df the town scoW over whiobtie laughed hetttllyandlo g 5 iBUBRJOYCE zi 1 it 1t ltr f 4 f v f v AM WOW TO COURT A GIRL The PMi Oa Way the Only itay to Win Her Does the course of love meander In unIthat Sing the music the trees Put into common every Iot phrase Does your ypuqg man love to you as your father made love to your mother- You dont know how yourfather did iri Well if their married nfeis Still without alloy get acquainted wlih your mother and take her Into your confidence Ask her to tell you the I storyIt something like this He sent hdr flowers to wear on Sunday or to the party When Valentine day came qn he sent hen a pair of glpves Jn tead pf the flimsy sentimental things that you see In the shop windows He found out when she had a birthday A pretty present came with It There was nothing connected with the present to indicate to others from whom it camq But your mother knew She had told him at some time or other of something she liked He remembered it and that fact pleased her Nothing makes a girl so happy as to know that something she has said has been treasured bv the man who comes to see her A girl will treasure such a thing as tenderly as a motherlays up In her heart the first words pf lier first baby When he took her to the dance he acted inn manner that showed she was his first choice He was gallant to other girls but they knew that he would rather dance with your mother than dunce with any otherjglrl in the room Ube was gentle he slipped into her fana bit pf verse pr sentiment that he had conlcf across during the day It pleased her when she Went home to know that he had thought other before he called He sent her the books he had read and she found marked passages in the chapters The passages had reminded him of something she had said He sent her music He knew what she liked and she liked to play for him what she thought he would like He was fond of surprising herby sending her at the last moment an Invitation to nn entertainment that had Just come up or for a stroll In the evening While she liked to think that she led him she was never happier than when she felt In her heart that she was fol lowing him You will find the idea better expressed in Longfellows Hiawatha beginning As unto thorbow tie cord Is Men have changed But depend uppn It the girl pf todajr prefers the old way of courting She may not say WANTS TO BE COUnTED AS iTAlllTA WAS so but way down in her better self she knows It If she has a pair of gloves now that came from him the present was the result of a bet When she puts them on she feels as if she had won them In some sort of competition When she says something about a Christmas card her young man laughs When she says that she likes some book or prefers one opera to another he says Bosh In spite of the fact that a woman likes a man who is her superior she does not want a man to try to persuade her that she Is so far below him that she feels It Is necessary to get stepladder to get within his reach When she hungers for theopera she doesnt want to feel that she has to give the young man a hint When the young man finally decides that he will propose he goes about it as he would if he were buying a coat or hat He puts It in some such Outlandish way as this How do you think you and I would work together in double harness as if she were a horse or as if he were In a stable rath sheIthats all I have to say And immedi ately he begins talking about his business downtown No wonder Hamlet was disgusted with the players who mouthed their words Was over woman In this humor wooed I Was ever woman In this humor won If a girl Is worth having she de servos to be made to feel that she Is worth winning No woman pf spunk wants to throw hcrselfntn mLs feet no matter if she thinks that he is as huge as high Olympus But she wants to be cqurted In the good old fashioned way There is only one way It is the way in which your mother was courted the way In which she was won the way that made her hap py all her days SHIRLEY BREESE Women Workers In Sweden Work In Sweden does not lower the social position of women Many of tim professional wpmenare tie daughters of court pffiojajs and are received and honored in the highest circles In ev ery sort of occupation wnnen vrork 3ustiismen qo nnd inany ndsof work are intrusted to them The care lot cenfeterles in SwedenJs left entirely tQ wpnien rT v i i t a m MifARM 4r1VZ t4f Feed the pigs all they will eat up clean three times a day Insufficient feed and poor shelter Will ruin the most promising heifer The wise feeding of corn to the hogs will give you better profits than if the corn were sold- Breeding ewes should be fed a ra lion which includes oats wheat bran linseed meal clover hay and roots In planting an orchard remember that the soil should be as carefully prepared as for any other important crop Chest protectors on the work team will prove a source of comfort to the animals and will lengthen their work days The neglected colt or calf will prove profitless To get your money put pf either you must provide right conditions and keep ihem growing The farmer who is content to guess what his cows are returning him is generally the farmer who complains that dairying doesnt pay well A litfrle grain every day for the horses during the idle season is grain wellfed Remember also that change from heavy work feed ration to the Tighter ration of the dull season should be made gradually A 13yearold Nebraska boy had an exhibit at the Omaha corn show Out pf corn and corn stalks he had made a miniature house two barns and a windmill Ten to one that boy has beenjanchoredtothe farm by the right kind of encouragement The feed and care of the colt is al most of as much Importance as the breed A pure bred colt can be rujned by neglect and a colt of fair grade stock can be made a clipper by the proper care Care in other words iSj needed In raising any kind pf a cplt with profit Some rtiicken raisers ventilate their coops through the chinks Poor plan Stop up the cracks with good battens or felt covering and provide ventila tion through windows or suitable Open- Ings Chickens should have an abun dance of fresh air at night but cold draughts should not strike them A cloth drop curtain is good for zero farms of good size can use a gasoline engine to profit Some still hold the opinion that there is no use for any kind of power on the farm but one operated by horses Where a small amount of grinding is done this Is probably the case but the man who feeds from one to three carloads of cattle a season and makes a practice of feeding his work teams chop needs a power he can use when the track is stormingoutsidequires only a small roof space to cover all L Roughing horses through the win ter Is coming kept through the winter in this way horses should be given a shed for shelter preferably one opening to the south As a feed it was found at the Utah experiment station that alfalfa alone was sum cient for maintenance Wellcured clover bay with some corn foddei stalk and ears may be used but 3 small amount of grain is advisable Timothy hay and corn stover Is not roughinghorsesmore protein which may be supplied in the form of some leguminous crop Horses that have been treated in this way should be given grain and exer cise at least six weeks before being put to work Some western farmers think that Secretary Wilson of the agricultural department is altogether too much 01 an optimist After paying a tribute to the splendid service which he has performed for the farmers of the United States In his long service as head pf the government agricultura1 department one western farmer goes on to say Secretary Wilsonfs failing runs in a queer vein jfor one of his age He is given to optimism His latest if to the effect that western farmer have more money than they know what do with In fact those were his very Word s He alSo says that the farm houses of the western farmer arE Strictly modern In every respect and are as good as need be made in fact all through Secretary Wilsons interview runs a vein 61 pvrfiaw1ngppum- lsm According 10 Wifsbn the western farnrai1yias no need of further jrMltttir Qt the things ir life which 1 7 I r H The kind ot fowl k dponthe taste of tifie pe ittk g Hl rue price of CrReelitokecD up even though 1Ivestock are Cutting fit down A draf barn is about the worst thing you can winter any kind of stock in i Oil meal or grouncfftax eed maHes a splendid ration t6overcome la ten den y to costipatibjtjjthe horkes The colt should have ills first leg sons in leading when a month old The task is easy then tLater i is Jmore of a Job j Earth floors which arc well packet and properly drained make videal floors for horses being better than cpncrete and even than planking Cows do not usually consume more digestedTheas palatable as possiblein Induce the cow to eat large quantitiesI The young calfneeds water see that she gets It The calf that Is to be come a future dairy cow must have heavydrinkerof milk without drinking much water It is a reproach to any man to let scoreTnethe failure of the collar to fly properly or it is Sue to the accumulation of sVeat and dirt upon the collar which has been allowed to chafe the shoulder until ithas caused an abrasion of the skin lOne stale egg will do more to dis courage egg consumption than any lng else not even high prices The eggsthatInterests for it does not take the purchaser of his stock long to learn that the bad Is mixed with the good This not only lowers the price which he is able to get for his eggs but it makes It increasingly hard to make sales rubbercement needed take five cents worth of rubber and dissolve it In benzine or containingthewith benzine for an Inch or more arqund the hole and scrape until clean applYthequickly as possible that It may not harden In this day of efficient firo extin gui ahers no farmhouse or barn should be without such protection If often happens that a fire Is easily extinguished when it is first discovered 11I the means are at hand for doing work Here is a good formula which will prove effective Take ten pounds of common salt and five pounds of muriate of ammonia and dissolve in four gallons of water When dissolved bottle it and keep for an emergency In case of a fire one or more bottles should be thrown Into the flames with such force as to break them It is a good rule after a colt has been weaned to give It about all the feed twill eat Never let a colt get poor and become stunted or a small and inferior horse will be the result Furnish it an abundance of rich feeds at all times even though some of the fromthebran and clover hay all of which con forbuUdlngplenty of free exercise so It will digest and assimilate these heavy nitrogen ous feeds Dont pull on the halter and beat the colt over the head in the effort to teach it to lead Try this plan Put a quarterinch rope around the body at the flank and run the free end through a slipping npose made at the otjier end of the rope and forward between the front legs up through the halter ring When ready to begin operations say come to the colt and pull on the halter jrppe If It will not come give a short quick jerk to the rope around the body When this Is rep ed a few times the colt will lead eaIit will rapidly learn that all thatIs wanted It is unfortunately true that most dairy farmers do not keep any record by which they can intelligently judge the merits pf the individual member of the farm herd The ayerage dairy coststo100 pounds of milk Such records have been shown wbe essential to good herd management where satis factory profits are to be gained and In order to bring this fact forcibly to the attention of those who need Itthe dairy department of the Indiana ex periment station has been Investigat- Ing dairy herd conditions in the Hppsier state The work was instituted two years ago and the station has just issued a bulletin report cov ering the performance of individual 6ows in Ute herds studied These r ords include a large number of herds in our neighbor state and because of qidrymento be tested forfeafthey would fall below others they may be said to be above the average for the dairy herds of the state However the facts Te led show iiP conditions yh ih are to befoUnd not only in adhina but in all farming Sistficts as well and which are anything hat a credit to the treat dairy industry of thegountiy J t I i iEEAVES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 1iN S1 190lRIIIl BILL CLlQIIE I No more will the Be Alive of BUI Clarke be heard along the lines of the American association for the veteran filst baseman has been sold by the Minneapolis club to the Omaha team ofthe Western league Ftqar lag Bill played two seasons with the Toledo club being captain and field manager When Bill Armour bought the team Clarke served another sea son but was let out last spring He finally ndcdiwlth the Millers play lijg first all season ST ANDREWS GOLF CODE TO RULE IN UNITED STATES Executive Committee of U S G A Favors Rules In Vogue in the British Isles j Members of the executive committee of the United States Golf association have ratified the report of the rules committee as regards the new rules formulated by the Royal and An cient Club of St Andrews and now in vague in the British Isles The Important amendment relates tp the rules pf not breaking anything fixed or growing in the act of striking a ball The St Andrews rule reads Before striking at a ball In play player shall not move bend nor break anything neoe8saryeland In addressing the ball or in mak lug his backward or forward swing Che club may only be grounded lightly and not pressed on the ground The penalty for a breach of this rule shall be the loss of a hole The interpretation of this rule addi tionally by the United States Golf as sociation Is This rule does not prohibit a practice stroke more than a clubs length from the ball Changes In the bylaws affecting the amateur status have been made more drastic as follows No person shall be considered an ama teur golfer or shall be eligible to compete in the amateur championship of this as epclatlon or In any event of amateurs authorized or held by it who accepts or has accepte directly or indirectly any fee gratuity money or other considera tion for playing or teaching the game of golf or who personally makes or repairs golf clubs golf balls or other golf articles for pay or who after the ago of 16 years has received pay for services as caddie caddiemaster or greenkeeper or anyothereyer that any person who is or at the time becomes ineligible as an amateur by reason of this bylaw may be rein stated upon giving to the executive committee of this association satisfactory evi dence of meriting such reinstatement The original rule relating to the definition of an amateur was void of or In any event of amateurs authorized or held by itthe United States Golf association Furthermore the restrictions as to what constitute pay are made more emphatic and give less loophole for evasion while a further restriction is to the effect or has ot4erbranch Anson claims that the Giants of 19 09 will be 50 per cent stronger than the Giants of 1908 Kansas City has a new pitcher by the name of Vyskocil If names count for anything he has the edge on Harry Covaleski It is said that Jimmy Collins willre cejve 2j500 for managing the Minne apolis team next seas n Jack Klelnow has signed with the Yankees and It will be up to him to do the bulk of the receiving for the Hllltpppers this season Connie Mack has signed Gus Corcor ana pitcher of ability who twirled for W1fll ton academy last seIonItehas been ordered to report at Little Rock A wit remarks that the man who discovered Lajoie can be found in abundance but as yet no one who has die coyerad Lajoiels weakness at the l hsben found Manager renlJngs bad an object in appplating Germany Schaefer captain of the Tigers ned season H couats on Germany to talk to the umpires when he loses his voice as he did ser twii tiMO I eceon r I r5A ACTING HEAD bF NATIONAL LEAGUE A CAPABLE LEADER Some Facts About John A Heydler Who Will Take Pulliams Place for a Time In selecting John Arnold Heydler sepretary of the National league as acting president while Harry C Pul liam Is recuperating the National league magnates made just as happy a choice as did the American leaguers whOa long ago they grabbed Byron Bancroft Johnson off the sporting desk of a Cincinnati newspaper and made him their pilot Heydler Is one of the most popular men connected with baseball and one of the most capable He enjoys the friendship of all the club qwners in the National league and so far as known there isnt a person who has a grievance against him What the Na tional league solons think of Heydler is shown by the fact he has been unanimously elected to the office of secretary every year since 1903 and that thrice his salary has been boosted John A though identified with the National league since 1903 has always been a stanch admirer of the Amen can league and it was due to Ills ef forts that the Johnsonltes got a foot hold In Washington eight years ago Heydler did much good missionary work for the junior leaguers when they contemplated invading Washing ton and did it without solicitation on the part of Ban Johnson Heydler wrote and talked in favor of the move to put an American league team In Washington and bitterly opposed the scheme to have the Capitol city represented in the American association which was to be organized by the Na tional league magnates asa means of fighting the Johnsonites Thanks to Heydler the American leaguers got a warm welcome wheh thatHeYdlerthe American league cause was a chance to send in 3 5 official scores to Ban Johnson If Heydler does not continue In of fice the next president of the National league will be Jim Hart long presi dent of the Chicago club Hart would make a good executive and his reentry Into the game would be welcomed by all hands Hart and Ban Johnson always have been fridbdly and It was the former Chicago mag nates sportsmanlike attitude that en abled the American leaguer to place a team in the Windy City Even in the wartime period of 1901 and 1902 Hart remained on friendly relations with the American league executive and when Hart was compelled to sell the Chicago club he gave John son the first chance to acquire it Ban refused to buy the team though lie easily could have raised the money necessary to carry out the transaction Decide on Seven Games The western college conference has decided by its rnailvote to allow Its 1memberst play seven games of foot is final Coacli Stagr of celVedworddue stating that the rule lad pawed playedWiththat his Jlarppns would play their seven games with Northwestern Pur inISteffsh to Coaeh at Chicago Walter Steffeh the star quarterback tyraBdIdrfllhtjthebeenjappVpac eja Tjy mis arlcs fijoBi NortbVe t rn anci lpwa offers to don the 6 VlthtemptfngI exWta to WHisfctor tke sJttoBf next pay- t u ITWiCHESAPEAKE 6IHI tf4 Eflfld No 2LDailyESi842zt- o a22 Daily H57 a au 2sro 28 Daily EapSmnky 130 p M No 24 Duly f 25 p m Wettlitiinil 1NoIo1IotNqNo23 Lily Ja p t J hi LOUISVILLE 01 NASHVILLE SotithbiiUnd No 37 Ciucmhiifiiorrill lb Val 10 tOO a m i1o CincinnatiJacksooTilk 10 57 a im No MaysvilleStanford Ideal Cincinnati net1at Paris ivesat 632 departs t 635 p H No 31 CinciunatiAtlaata liq tett1123 D mSNgrthboundS TRAIN SCHEDULE No AtlntarCincinnati UmiU t506 a m iNp 10 Sfanfprdlaysville loca cpnecting at Paris for Cincinnat 1 723 n mINol 38 KnoxvilIeCinciBnati 10 cal arrives 2 50 departs 2 58 po itNo 32 JackspmdlleGinciariaii limited 545p m ATl of these trains will stop at WmrChester also are ill d Lily except Nos JJ apd 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday it EXFNGTON EASTERN RYCO Time Card In Effect June 2fgO8 East Bound INn 2 rNo 4 DaiIYIDailYStations Jv Lexington 225 735 Winchester 3d05 813- L4gEJuncfion 320 826 Clay City 350 902 stanton 358 f9dO Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 i95 6 Beattyvill0 June 5101017 Athol u u 5374045 Q JK Junction 605 1115 rJackspn 1 610 1120 Westbound jDailyjDailyi Sun I Nel tNo3J NoS Ei SuU OiIv TA1T p C iL jvrJackson 6 10 220 700 0 K JunO 6 15 2 25 705 A1 Vk640 252 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 730 341815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Camp ton June 748 357 828 Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 435 902 L E June 900 507 93l Winchester 9i2 52oI 94B ArLexingtpn 9 55 605 1625 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS AREMADEDAILYEXCEPTSUHDAY L E Junctipn Trains Nos ral and 3 willmake conneotiop with the C 0 Ry for Ht Sterlkg- Camptpn Junction Traijs Nos 1 2 3 and 4j will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Npa and 4 will connection with jibe L A Raihyay fOr BeattyvolJerKy 0 K Junction Trains Nosla- rid 4 will connect with the G k iK Railway fJir Cannel City Ky aad way stations W A MDOWELL Genl CHAS SCOTT G P A 7f LSHOE ECONOMY r1I shoeeconprrjNwand now and have your measure tafk en for the future also SAMPIE SHOE STORE 24N 1I ft KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 Clark County August3ie 4 Daj Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexingtpn August 9tli 6 days t Eockcastle cpunty ugust 18 3 days J Bourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Ltiiii1e SepteSaKer 13tJa6 daysl iLincoln county 213 Ly P8MercerInox couaty August 1J5 3 ltjs- Ewifig1Cr A5gtj hO 8a4VSkclydokin tr A tlfj4 1 Laurel county AugMtr24 4 flajp JBooaa 4g 26 4 Aivu tf secretaries o fairs will kA1y Garnish dates we will carry lfr 6f ha1t L= 2 rr f 4Sr AiN Att j rwjT I J r h i J i Zi f J IaqFr i tis V x i SWIWCHEfERNWS t tf zh oi z iI id P J 4 t 1 riJE Wl HOMESTER HEWS Ai Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky l t Dally Exct Suncay iassitered as second matter vttJtnber 28 1008 at the post office Winchester Kentucky under the- 4I f March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION CRATES Carrier Delivery J1l1tonp year 520 at week r m w Payable at office or to collector ryweek Mall Delivery e year 300 months 150 nt month 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES i Display Per Inch mo time any edition 25 Ckree times within one week 50 Jlil week continuously LOU De calendar month 300 tour weeks four times a week 240 four weeks three times a week 80I Four weeks two times aVeek r 75jTimesent 6 months 25 per cent one ar 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Justness notices body type 71hc- are reading news headings Of 15u New Phone No91 y SATURDAY MARCH 6 1909 MARCH 4 AS A BAD DAY In view of Thursdays weather at Washington a revival is probable of the movement to change inauguration day from March 4 to April 30 It was upon thelatter date that Washington was inaugurated in New York in 1789 ilm11te weather was ideal Of thirty inauguration days in March fourteen have been unpleasant and thirteen pleasant while ind definite ii frecord was printed of theother three iears ago a national commit tee se to change the date after the cerepbnies 65Ti905Jenlisted the sympathies of the Governors of for tyone States ItappaJitfrom the records tha- tJe1rsonIonroe Lincoln Cleveland arid McKinlayliad bright days for their first inaugurations andkbad days for their second Madison was for itunate ociasions Grant went into office the first time on a damp dismal day his seconda ces sion was marked by the coldest in auguration weather ofrecord the mercury falling to four degrees above zero For Mr Harrison in 1889 a March 4th snowstorm was interpolated into a four days rain The sun shone all day for Mr Roosevelt in 1905 March 4 is an accftleulal date for inauguration It had been provided by law that the Presidential electors should meet on the first Wednesday in January 11dthat their votes should bo canvassed by Congress on the first Wednesday in February Installation of a new Government on the first Wednesday in March afford ed the logical completion ofa se quence of evpiits arid as the intended day in he first instance happened to be March 4 that date was subse qucnt1ythd for inauguration Mon rob onjns eeorid election Taylor and HaY S wer inaugurated March 5 the regular day occurring on Sunday Iaa9Qo beena leap year Mr Roo sevelt in 1905 would have been added to the Mardi 5 Presidents A NEW ED nib 4 iTheodore Roosevelt formerly Presidentof the United States j is nOW ai editor in tins weeks Issue of the Outlook his name appears as contributing editor and under date of March 5 he contributes his first signed editorial to that publication It is entitledrWhy I Believe in the Kind of Journalism for Which the Outlook Standss In his editorial Mr Roosevelt in parjsays Every owner editor or reporter ofa conscientiously and ably con 3 anjasset munity It would be difficult to overestimate the amount of good which can be done by the men responsible for such a publicationresponsibl- eorits editorial columns responsible for its news columhS responsible for its general policy have inanyWe newspapers and periodicals big and little of this kincL But we also have thanythtLiire emphatically n9t of this land During the last few years it has become lamentably evident that cer fain daily newspapers cetiiipeIiodi- cals are owned or controlled by men of vast wealth in evil fashion who desire fo tiior twist tlchohcsrbx pression of public opinion and who find an instrument fit for their pur pose in the guided and purchased mendacity of those who edit and write for such papers and periodi cals These irien sneer at the very idea of paying heed to the dictates of a sound morality As ono of their num ber has cynically put it they are concerned morally with selling the public whatever it will buya theory ofconduct which would justify the existence of evqry keeper of an opium den of every foul creature who min isters to the vices of mankind Here again it is perhaps not especially to the credit of Mr Abbott and his as sociates that they have avoided the pit Fortunately they are so con sfituletl that it isa simple impossi bility for them to fall into ity CLAY CITY Mr Vaughn Wilson of Morehead was the guest of his sister Mrs E B McGlone Tuesday v Mrs Maude Moore of Sardis Mississippi is visiting relatives and fJ6Qna here Miss Patsy Bush was in Winchester tha first of the week visiting rel a tires r Mr J A Wallace of Irvine was in the city Friday Mrs Wm C Martiii spent from Friday until Monday in Rpsslyji with relatives Mr J C Allen who has been in Kansas audi Colorado for several jWLqeks returned Tuesdhyi Dr J W Williams spent the day in Stanton Monday v ajT Mr Ollie Youngof Winchester vas i l the TIUI Frnnkforthaser Sirs Hazelrigg who fell last Wednesday and broke her leg and arm J Flora Wilson who has been JlIiss lair home for some time past with her sister Mrs E B McGlone was married in Richmond Sunday to Mr Jessie Peerse Mri Henry Watson of Mt Sterling was in the city last week Mr D M Henry of Louisville is visiting his father Mr A Henry who has been quite ill but is hqw some better Mr H K Taylor of Kentucky Wesleyan College lectured here Friday night on Cuba When and Ten Years After the Spaniard Left it Readings by Prof Geo S Dalgety Musical selections byK W quartet Leland Hains G G Foskett A 1 Rosser Walter Larrimer Mrs Thomas Adams was in Lex ington Thursday COL A J1 FORSYTH DIES OF HEART fAILURE Gallant Confederate Veteran Passes Away At His Home in Paris PMlS4L4LMarch 6Col Al exander T Forsyth the veteran auc tioneer and one of the best known men in Central Kentucky passed away at 2 15 oclock yesterday morning at his home on Mtv Airy avenue of heart failure Col Forsyth was a native of Bour bon and a man of wide information concerning the more prominent fami lies of the county both of the present and past generations He could call the name of nbaiiy every citizen of the county and as an auctioneer had but few equals and no superiors Col Forsyth czas a gallant Confed eiate soldier a member of Company OrphanBrigadeW C P Breckinridge and up to the deathof the latter was Ms personal and intimate friend Col Forsyth was for many years Chief of Po lice bi Paris and was a member of the Christian church The funeral services will take place Sunday afternoon at 1 30 oclock at the residence on Mt Airy avenue CareyEi C r FIRE HORSf RUNS AWAY r JAtWagon Strikes Tree and Two Men ti AreThrown Out and Injured MT STERLING Ky March 6 While exercising yesterday the fire hqrse driven by Stanley Brown scar edat a pony on East Main street and bolted betwecn a tree mal fence in front of Mrs Jennie Cromwells residence The hor e was in a full mil at the time When the wagon struck the tree or fence the foot gate was smashed and Barrett Paxton who was riling with Brown hat hL left foot caught The ankle bone was broken big toe dislocated and his leg and face bruised Brown was slightly hurt on the shoulder and the wagon was damaged considerably The horse was uninjured Brown hoMing to him and stopping him in the street Both young men had n narrow escape The horse is a dan gerous one having run off two 01 three times bcfor Williams Jordan Wedding Mr John T Williams of this coun ty a prosperous young farmer am Miss Sadie Jordan the pretty laughter of Mr and Mrs John R Jordan of Clark county were married in this city today Superintendent Kcdden Improving State Superintendent of Printing J W Redden is rapidlv recovering af ter a siege with blood poison caused by sticking a rabbit bone in his Imnc and will shortly be able to resunu his official unties Mr Heddcns injury caused him intense pain CREATES SENSATION BY SETTLING OUT OF COURT Mrs Rachel Sparks Had Sued Slayer jfHer Husband For 30 000 At London JLONDON Ky March fJA son ition was caused here when the cast of Rachel Sparks vidow of the lab Attomey James Sparks ngaiust Rob- ee Boyd Jr was called Judge J W Alcorn6t Stanford Boyds at oniej produced a writing signed b ls Sparks reliuquisliirfg her clam- Or damages and asking the court t dismiss the case The settlement had been nmde wiLl Mrs Sparks direction uhd without the knowledge consent of her at torneys Judge E II Johnson and D K RawlingSjand of course they ob jected to such a step without bavin received their fee The suit was foi 30000 damages for the shooting and killing of Mrs Sparks husband bj Mr Boyd the master commissionei of the Laurel Circuit Court in the court house here in November 1907 Action of the Magnetic Needle The magnetic needle comes to rest pointing north and south because the earth acts as if it were a great mag net A compass needle would come to rest pointing lengthwise of a bar mag net placed under the compass ncedle just as it does under the influence of the earth For this reason we think of the earth as a great magnet The north pole and the north star have no influence over the compass needle All Men Subject to Error A man must have a great deal of vanity who believes and a good deal of boldness who affirms that all the doctrines he holds are true and all he rejects arefalse Benjamin Franklin All Meteors Shay exclaimed the citizen who had been sitting up with a friend gazing wonderingly at the heavens thlsh must be a great night for stronomers Never saw sho many meteors In my lifeKansas City Times Score One for Mr Henpeck Mrs Henpeck Why is it that bachelors are so much more crabbed and cross than married men Mr Henpeck Because theyre not afraid to say what they thinkNewark Star No Heed Paid to Begging Letters As nearly as can be ascertained the wealthy persons of New York city re ceive 35000 begging letters a day from strangers and the writers stand a better chance of finding money than in getting from them for even the most liberal of philanthropists do not dispense their charity excepting according to careful plans and after investigation Small Enough The visitor was trying to be genial and asked the small maiden at his side Shall peel your pear for you little onfe But the child replied No rank you its quite small enough now J SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS tL h GERMAN AT BANQUET Pennsylvania Congressmen to Enter taln Vice President Tonight Washington March 6 Although Vice President Sherman has hardly recovered yet from the excitement of Inauguration day he will be called upon tonight to facea large and enthusiastic gathering of friends The occasion will be the dinner given to Mr Sherman by Representative J Hampton Moore of Philadelphia former president of the National League of Republican Clubs Among the men invited tomeet the new vice president are the members of the Pennsylvania delegation in con gress the members ot the Gridiron club of Washington the members of the Five oclock club of Philadelphia and a number of high government officials HASKELL IS SUED Attorney MacReynolds Wants 10000 For Seizure of His Papers Guthrie Okla March GScott Maclieynolds of Brooklyn N Y filed suit for 10000 damages against Gov ernor Charles N Haskell Orville T Smith law secretary to the governor John Mahoney sheriff of Logan coun ty and Robert L Lunsford of Cleve land Okla The suit is brought in connection with the seizure of papers from MacReyuolds by the representatives of Governor Haskall having to dp with the governors recent 600 000 suit against William R Hearst MacReynolds Vas Hearsts represen tative Drops Dead on Street Warren Pa March 6Caleb C Thompson a former speaker of the Pennsylvania legislature and prominent in Masonic affairs dropped dead on the stree- tASSERTS GRAFT LAW HAS BEEN REPEALED Attorney For Pittsburg Council man Springs Surprise PIttsburs Pa March 6 Attorney John Marron representing Council man John F KlqinK recently twice found guilty in connection with the graft scandal caused surprise by declaring that the bribery act of 1874 under which the councilmanic graft caseshave been succOesfullytried has been repealed and never reenacted If the claim of tlje attorney is sub stanttated it is said the entire graft proseqution is Illegal SllftlNS MUST WAIT Judge Says Two Other Murderers Have Prior Claims to Trial Flushing N Y March GEfforts made by the district attorney of Queens county to have an early date set for the trial of Captain Peter Hains Jr for the murder of William E Annis were brought to naught by a decision of Supreme Court Justice Garretson postponing indefinitely the naming o a date for the Hains trial Justice Garretson said there were two men in the Queens county jail who had been awaitiilg trial there for murder in the first degree for more than a year Rogers Loses to Olsen Chicago March GJoe Rogers lost a hard fought handicap wrestling match with Charles Olsen here Rog ers agreed to throw Dlsen once In 30 minutes but failep to do so Texans Want to See Taft Austin Tex March 6The lower house of the Texas legislature unani mously passed a resolution inviting President Taft to visit Texas THE MARKErS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 OP7 25 cows 6095 60 heifers 3 25G 00 bulls 3 4P5 25 stockers and feeders 3 30g 5 30 CalvesS3 508 75 Sheep and LambsSheep 3 5qri 00 lambs OO7 75 yearlings 6 007 15 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 50G 60 butchersSr 40G 55 light mixed 6 20 5G 30 choice light 30G 40 packing 6 358 45 pigs U 25G 10 Wheat No2 red 12I1 25V CornNo3G- 5661hC Oats No 2 5455c East Buffalo Cnttle Export cat tle 6 00G shipping steers 5 75 25 butcher cattle 5 50G 25 heifers 4 75 cows 3 505 25 bulls 53 50 5 25 Calves Best 0089 75 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 5 255 50 wethers 5 506 00 ewes 5 005 50 Jambs 6 50fl7 75 yearlings 6 507 00 Hogs Heavies mediums S5 6 90 Yorkers 6 706 80 pigs 6 65 roughs 5 756 00 stags U 505 00 Cleveland aCattle Prime dryfed cattle 6 00G 25 fat steers 5 756 00 heifers U 255 25 cows 52 503 50 bulls 3 004 25 milkers and springers 25 O055 00 Calves9 60 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep U 76QJ5 50 wethers 5 50J6 00 ewes 5 005 50 lambs 36 007 60 yearlings 257 00 Hogs Mixed 5C 706 75 heavies 6 75 mediums 56 75 Yorkers 56 50G 70 pigs 406 50 roughs 5 755 90 stags 5 Pittsburg PaCattle Choice 300 6 50 prime 56 30 tidy butchers J5 405 70 heifers 53 505 50 cows bulls and stags 3 0D5 00 fresh cows 25 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 0010 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers 55 80 06 00 JQo mlxcd 55 50QI5 75 lambs 85 Hogsir1me heavy 56 95 mediums 56 856 90 heavy Yorkers 6 80G 85 light Yorkers 56 406 50 pigs 6 906 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 11 26U1 27l CornNo2 GRiAgI69c OatsNo 2 5B ryeNo 2 SIC Lard9 509 Bulk 1eath937i Eacon r 51Q 00 flogs 55 OOfj Cattle 2 75CB po Shee2 005 2- 5LanibsS5 0O7 7S Toledo 0 Whcat 51 21 cprnV 68s oats 7c ryenBS jV1CloQrs ed S5MO1 v c h WE lAUlBEESUES LEADER FOR 25000 Eriitoi1 Roberts Published Feature Gotten Out By New York Woman JACKSON KY Mar lr 6Sani J Roberts editor and publisher of the Lexington Leadmv is made the de fendant in a 25000 damage suit filedI by County Judge S S Taulbee cttuse ofan article piiblished in the Leader nearly a year ago in which Judge Taulbeo and his manner of holding court was held up to the public ridicule The article was written bya lady correspondent of the New York lEer lad just after the murder of Judge James llargis and was published in a large number of papers Mr Roberts hits wired for a copy of the petition tlwIthe New York Herald Syndicate to write up conditions in Breathitt In her article she quoted Judge Taul bees allogcj language mal manners in such a way as to indicate that he was ignorant and unrefined The story was sent out by the syndicate nil over the country and every news paper which published it is liable to a similar suit for damages At the time Mr Roberts parpublished the article an editorial also was printed calling attention to Miss Richardsons article as an example of the misrepresentations from which the people of Eastern Kentucky were sufferingMurder Cases On Trial Ycllcrcat Jeff Davis and Cal Mil leI were yesterday put on trial in the Rrcathilt Circuit Court for the mur der of Drew Bush who was shot while sitting in his home above town last Christmas the assassin firing through a crack in the doorrlhc last witness introduced by the Com monwealth was Dr C IT Hurst who identified the bullet taken froui the body of Bush This ball was of the same calibre as the pistol owned by Davis as established by auotherwit ness for the Commonwealth The case will probably be complet ed today and will be the fourth mar der ease at the present term of court live others having already been eoutiiuled until the next term audI seven yet remaining to beonlled The most important murder case set for today is the MInion Adkhw case Adkins was formerly fron Elliott county lIe was at workat a lumber camp colled Camp Christy nine miles from this city two years ago and Homy Lykins ran amuck JLyhhtH while riiixy with drink ler irifiod the whole population by running into different houses carrying a gun and threatening to shoot He fuumlly shot into Adkins house when he latter shot and killed him MR1J T SHELBY IS HACKED FOR THE PLACE exington Man Urged For Place if Judge Cochrar Is Promoted to Circuit Bench LEXINGTON Ky March t Since the death in Cincinnati last week of Judge John K Richards n member of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the district cm bracing Kentucky Tennessee Michigan uiid Ohio there has been tnuch speculation with regard to his site censor when appointed by Pro sidcnl Taft The man whom Kentuckians are urging most strongly is Judge A M J Cochran of the United States District Court for the Eastern Circuit of Kentucky residing in Maysville Mr Shelby Backed For face In the event that Judge Cochran promoted ijo this position the places which he leaves will be vacant and the names of a number ofmembis of he bar have been suggested as his ucccssor Although not a candidate for time appointment friends of Sir John T Shelby of this city arc mix ious that he be appointed as United States District Judge During the past few days he has been besought by many of his profes sional brethren to allow his name- vtt jjo before the President as Judge Cochrans successor it the event of the latters promotion Eminently Fitted For Pl ce That Mr Shelby is eminently fitted for the place is the unanimous expression of his copractitioners at the Fayettc bar All are agreed thafciic better appointment could be made in the State SUBSCRIBE FOP THE NEWS Immense Mexican Haciendas Some of the haciendas in the Mexi can state cf Durangp contain a million br more acres ri7 a I LEwTRIcITv W t1 IIc1eannight a pleasure Wont drop in and let us ex plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and The in theconsumpfcion electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 7SO Repair wroK IWinchester Electric Supply Co I Paid up 100000 542000 t WE YOUR Vill give youcourteous attend promptly carefully business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres T F Phillips V Pres COLORED COLUMN J B Hathaway and R L Hock evdn have accepted agency for thewell known tail ling company Rose and Company of Chicago and will show samples at No 56 N Maple street AT Taylor loft harp last Tues lay to attend tim trial oi Sleve Tay for the murder of his brother Thomas Tayloii in Cincinnati Time jury found Taylor guilty in the second degree but the Judge has not yet given the sentence Mrs Carrie Evans who has been quite sick at her home is much bet ter Miss Rosa Barber is improving uicel Mr Joln Mullins is quite sick at Iris home on Muplc street The inaugural ball given by the Mu Mu Social Club was largely attended there being thirtyeight couples led Mr A C Frazier and Miss Laura Allan Clarkes M E Church At 1030 preaching TextMaLt 23 B7 ThiemneTime lieu and Her irnberukcjAtTtcmcurfhe Three Gnuo At 130 a in Sunday school J IT Harris superintendent j 30 p m Ep worth League Jessie Reese P S This is a rally day All arc wcl com Scats free- C M K church Sunday morning Rev Jr Terry will preach on lss There Literal Fire in HellYn afternoon Am a GrayHeaded Sin In the evening Excuses Love Is an Alchemist Love Is an alchemist A man in love is almost always a man who having found a piece ot loaJ keeps it preciously in his pocket saying a diamondP J tahi- avementaF Few of us are interested in those famous pavements made of good inten tionfli as we dont expect to go there anyhowChicago News Aggravating It makes a man mad to have his wife gad about all day and h home no scandal worth nbringj Kansas City Journal Beauty If actresses were always as pretty as their pictures no girl could get married without going on stage New Yorks Vast WealthIIf each individual in New York city owned an equal portion of its real estate I he would be worth In land Jl520 according tp the assessed valu ation h C 1V Qi riV HY put yourself in misery by putting bad or inferior lights you saving spccailty Kerr BlocJc 10 N Main IIMOTH TIME 7 is at hand and a few ounces of our moth preventatvies will be woiitlij t many poundfcure later ujjy- ou neglect to take proper prcWi- ons now We carry camphor balls w cedar camphor and all the standard r remedies to keep your clothing clear 1 of the moth pest at reduced prlrS this monthtiPHILLIPS DRUG STORE Citizens National Bank Capital Surplus SOLICIT BUSINESS i treatment and t and to all the lor by the I Its the A H Hampton Cashier J W Poynter Asst Cashier I BILLBRADLEYS CAMPAIGN HAT Aii Auld Lang Sync This song was composed for and OwltripEra Clouds of war Oppressed time thOrn In the Old Kentucky Home An humble dark eyes babe was horn Her champion and our own This lowly youth Lot books and school Had rocks and brooklets fleet Time genUc hand and Golden Rule Of a mother fond toni sweet HUMANITY the lesson taught He learned no mire would beg Its symbol odd with memories fraught- Is hanging on its peg A rustic living feeling thing A battered old white hat Herds to that battered old white hat Bill Bradlcys campaign hat Well doff our own in tribute meet To Bradlcys campaign hut When reconstructions evil dorps Preyed on the souls of men Our David girt hint as of yore To weld those hearts again Simplicity was his armor bright His weapon was THE TRUTH As up hill gamely went time fight Led bj this gallant youth tie thrilled the land from mountains high To rivers broad with hOI Weve got cia boys his battle cry ttSit steady in the boat f And een where fiercest waxed time fray Up Avcnt his banner that Hat So difnka health to Our Davids lat In tli e clays when friends werTew Arid quaff a cup to its comrade liiulc In the days of Auld Lang Syne TITOS H MULVEYr 4 f l J For safe protection against fire let nic insure your GAS P BEDFORD agent for Continental l Fire Insurance Company 1- 1274 wks WedVSat r SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS 5 1Iworld Is probably that of British Gu ana There Is admixture of1 French Dutch Spanish British coolie and In dlam blood Poor parents who are brlptndyp daughierff to be princesses Jarcmaik ing lots of trouble for the poor dqiis ffv i- viig marry t h dnughters t i tr tr i ir Ji jeI f fJ i j I l I t t 1ft t t f 1 ft tt t 7f 7t i- i i It4 ifJo i 1 P 4J IIw9 THE WINCHESTER WS7 Z TTT PatiFi OCIETYO r SAILORS OF BATTLESHIP FLEET VISITING THE SPHINX j The sailors of the American battleship leet on their remarkable cruise around the world saw many wonderful sights and many are the stories of Stravel In strange lands that these gallant boys will have to tell when they Breach their own firesides This picture shows a few hundred of thorn view ing that grand old relic of antiquity the sphinx The boys played ball rIm foot races and lund a jolty time generally around the grim old monument tc early civilization PERSONALS M tD Bi Goodwin is visiting hor brother Dr James Jeffries at FordMr and Mrs John L Bosley are viisting Mr and Mrs Silas W Qaiiskill of Montgomery county Mr William McCarney was in Paris Saturday to attend the funeral of his aunt Mr Cecil Parks was in Coving ton last wcok- Mr Slack of Cincinnati was here last week on business 1 Miss Katherine Welch of Mt Steiliug was called hero last week sist1S George has now recovered Miss Mary White is visiting in Lexington f Mr London and Mr W H Sea I ton of Louisville were the guests of Mr William McCarney Tuesday Jtf iss Laltifl Rogers of Mb Sterj jug en route home from Millers iurg was the guest of Mrs Walker- ancaster yesterday Mr James Jeffries ofPineville and Miss Lolla Harper of Mt Ster ling were the guests of Mrs Walk er Lancaster yesterday Mt John Poynter was in L3xing ton Thursday on business Mrs Reine Middleton is ill Mr Schujler Blackwell and Mrs Willis Blackwell of Lexington were in town Friday to attend the funeral of Mr Blackwell Mrs Mag Scott tripped over a rug in front of the fireplace Thurs day and broke her limb Mr E L March of Lexington vas in town Friday on business j Mrs John Parker of Ewing and j MrsW S Slicer and son of Nep Vat have returned to their homes after a visit to Mr and Mr G W MooreMrs W Patton who has been ill for five weeks with la grippe and rheumatism is now slowly improving Mr Tom Allen has returned home after a long absence in Ohio The many friends of Mrs Jeff Sutherland are glad to know that she is able to be out Miss Frances Nelson has returned to her home in Louisville after a de lightful visit with Mrs Buford A TracyMiss Myra Duke returned to her home in Maysville after a delightful visit with Mrs Gus A BroaksI Miss Grace Appleton of Lexing ton spent Friday hero the guest of friends Mrs Ed Jouett spent Friday in i1 a Lexington Miss Maragret Sphar who has been the charming guest of Miss Minnie Bell Hall of Georgetown has returned home di t fl Lr 11Ir and Mrs W Z Eubank spent FriJay in Mt Sterling r Mr Herring and Mr ana Ksl ley of Georgetown spent yesterday in tovn Mrs J H Cooper is quite ill Mrs Ella Rounsavall who has been making an extended pleas ure trip through Texas and Mex ico has returned homo Mrs B F Cockrell of Mt Ster ling is the attractive guest of friends here CHURCIIES Washington Street Presbyterian Morning services at 11 oclock The Exultation of Christ Broiling service j subjecttCliristiau Consistency Sunday school at 0 oclock Christian Endeavor at 30 If in The cvcnini service will begin at 715 instead oi 7 oclock as lucre t fale j iiProaclnng by tj1QlutSt45lX C E Oafton Sfyngem arc cordially in yitcd to come to this church Episcouai Church Morning prayer at Emmanuel Bpis copnl Sunday morning at 10 45 a All who desire to worship God noro corilially invited to attend Methodist Church Main street Vlov C A Taguc Conferenco Missionary Soeretary will be at the Main street Methodist church Sunday morning at U oclock The pastor Rev 0 J Chandler will preach at the evening service on tho subject ofurrtlO Evil Effects of Unbelief Sunday sell obi at 045 and Ep vorth League meeting at 015 First Church of Christ Scientist Regular services at the reading room Sunday morning at eleven oclock and testimonial meejiug Wed nesday uuijlit tt seven 0 lock The public is cordially invited if attend Sunday March 7 lOOtf Subject Mini IGoJclon TcxtGivo instruction to In nan and he will bo yet wiser teach a just man and he will increase in learning Proverbs S 9 Responsive reading Ecclesiastes 8 19 11 12 The publjis cordially invited to visit room which is kept open daily First Baptist Church IThe services Sunday at 11 a p m A Vital Question Unanswerable Dr Porter preaches at both ser vicesSnudnysehool at 930 a me1Iid week prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p in The Lords Supper will be observed at the eleven oclock service A hearty invitation is extended to all services T LetUscoinffldnceRiglitNow to strengthen your eyes The sooner they are look soon5fKt I wQec1eyes that you experience Will you call today L CHBOWEN i1 s StewardI Jeweler and Optician i CONTEST BETWEEN HUMAN HOGS Three FatMen Get Away with 675 Oysters and 22 Pounds of Stpak Three members of the Manhattan Fat Mens club who are in training for the forthcoming annual champion ship eating contest met at 244 East Third street to settle a private wager of 50 as to which of the trio could get outside oZ the most food the New Yqrk World says Here is what they consumedjSxAlderman Frank J Dotzier who weighs 380 pounds 275 oysters 8 pounds of steak 12 rolls 11 cups of coffee three large pies Jack Gossman who weighs 315 pounds 210 oysters six pounds of steak nine rolls ten cups of coffee three large pies Jack Probst who weighs 320 pounds 190 oysters 12 pounds of steak ten rolls six pups of coffee four piesVPeter Balvado the referee awarded the 50 to Dotzier who had hard work pushing the money into his vest pocketIA dozen other members of the club who were present as watchers got so interested in the contest that their mouths opened and shut automatical ly as the trio ate Finally they all began to howl for some food for them selvesIts all gone said Balvado With loud cries the 12 rushed out to a res taurant ICELANDIC FORM OF PEDIGREE Simple But Effective Mannerxof Keep ing the Record The inhabitants of Iceland have kept their pedigrees in a zealous way Num hers pt them can trace their descent from the Vikings who emigrated from Norway to Iceland in the ninth cen tury Unlike many other countries there have never been really any no bles in this island the nation having ever been a republic in spirit Consequent upon the smallness of tho popu lation there has been a considerable amount of inbreeding and all Iceland ers seem to be cousins There is an old Icelandic adage which translated into English reads CousinS are worst to cousins The most curious circum stan e in this connection is that there are scarcely any surnames as known on the American continent As a dist nctive mark an Icelander places his fathers Christian name after Ills own Christian name adding to the former sson which signifies the son of and this is continued from generation to generation An Icelandic pedigree reads as follows Thorstein As gferssbn Sigurd Thorsteinsson Einar Sigurdsson Baldur Einarsson Thor stqin Baldursson Hafstein Thor steinsson and so on Grow Old Along With Mel Yes they are gliding swiftly by theres no two ways about it We sigh to think that we are growing old sadly inevitably growing old that the evil days draw nigh when thou shalt say I have no pleasure in them when the summer shower of disappointment and of grief shall not pass as once it did and the sun come out again pretty soon as once it did but the clouds return after the 01c1Idanger if they must be but oh how gladly would we detain them There is so much for us to do or ever the evil days shall come We are like Lear that held his dead daughter in his arms and cried aloud Cordelia Cordelia stay a UttleEugene Wood jn Colliers Gangrene of Caste in India Those who have not lived in India nor have made a special study of its unique conditions can hardly under stand the differences and hatreds that exist among the different peoples Be tween the Mussulman and the Hindu the Punjabi and the Bengali the Sikh and the Brahmin and between tnany of the smaller divisions of religion- race and caste there is no such thing as cohesion or cooperation and if to a small degree the rigid lines of caste have been broken down here and there so that labor and commerce un der modern conditions have been made possible it is due in no small degree to the efforts of Great Britain No Chance for a Romance- A young woman living in the neighborhood of Thirtythird and Cumber land streets the other morning bought at a nearby grocery a dozen eggs On one among them there was scratched the name with address of a young farmer up the state He had also writ ten on the egg a request that the per son buying it write to him The young woman wrote a letter to the tiller of the soil and received an answer in which the farmer declared himself pleased at having heard from her etc He wound his letter up with I hope you did not eat the egg as I wrote that on it a year agoPl1ila delphia Record Peroxide Sure Death to Germs No family medicine chest should be without peroxide of hydrogen This is of the greatest value in disinfecting any abrasions of the skin which may have been suffeerd- It destroys all germsvltb which it comes in contact andfshpuld be Immediately applied to pinpricks or any other of the socalled trifling hurts As a matter of factual pin wound is often more dangerous than one a hundred times its size fpVtthe point may containsome deadly poison which is Infected before the rick Is yennoU- ced F 1 JrT RACE Of ALlNA TIONSI BeglnlInNew York March GFor a week beginning tomorrow nfght the atten tion of sporting men of the metropolis will be fixed on the great international six day goasyouplease race in Madi son Square Garden Two score of the worlds best runners assembled by the promoters of the affair from all parts of the globe civilized rind civilized will circle around the big amphitheater in an attempt to cap ture the 5000 hung up in prizes There is no doubt that the pace set will be very fast as the men are Haired in teams each man relieving his partner when the latter becomes leg weary It is considered certain that the old record for a six day team race 770 miles made in 1902 in the only team race for pedestrians ever held in New York will be beaten Among the nations represented in the race are the tfnited States Eng land Ireland France Canada Italy Holland and Greece In additioa there are mixed teams and teams represent ing Indians Igorrotes from the Phil ippines and Hindoos Included in the entries are several men with Interna tional reputations for speed and endurance PRESIDENT LEWIS MAKES STATEMENT Muses to Divulge Nature of Miners Meeting Wllkesbarre Pa March 6AbQut 50 representatives of the mine work ers union met here with National President Lewis for the purpose of arranging for a conference with the anthracite coal operating interests At the conclusion of the convention President Lewis Issued the following statementThe meeting of three district boards was to consider the prospec tire conference with the anthracite operators Many matters in this con ference like others will not be given to the public pot because we would not like to take them fully into our confidence at this time but for the reason that we believe it would be an unwise business metnod to divulge negotiations which are pending and which will affect vitally so many people as well as varied interests The conference between the an thracite operators and the United Mine Workers representatives will be held at the Readlhg Terminal building beginning Thursday March il at 11 oclock a mMr FIRST LEGAL FIGHT Kerr and Jones Initiate Tennessees Law With Drawn Battle Nashville Tenn March fLThe first fight under Tennessees now box Ing law occurred at the Vendome theater Billy Kerr of New York and Eddie Jones of Georgia were the prin cipals in a rather fast bout limited by law to eight rounds and at its conclusion the referee announced a draw Cyclone Thompson Is Victor New York March GflCclane Johnny Thompson of Sycamore defeated Mickey Gannon of Pittsburg In a tenround bout at the National Athletic club Thompson had the best of the fighting from the start knock Ing his exhpusted rival down at the end of the tenth round The bell rang in time to save Gannon from a probable knockout Welsh Bests Bronson New Orleans March fL Freddie Welsh of England knocked out Ray Bronson of Indianapolis in the thir teenth round of what was to be a twentyround bout before the West Side Athletic club District Attorney Resigns Washington March 6 United States District Attorney Kealing at Indianapolis has resigned rather than participate in the efforts of the department of justice to bring Delevan Smith and Joseph Pulitzer to Washington to stand trial for criminal libel in connection with publications concerning the Panama canal and railroad Son Admits Killing Mother Holland Mich March bV Elton Baldwin confessed to the prosecuting attorney that he killed his aged mother who was found dead on her farm house two miles from Sauga tuck He said that he was afraid she would charge him with having burn ed their barn and therefore Killed her with a hatchet while she was asleep Stoll Will Sustained Lexington Ky March 6The will of the late James Stoll the contest of which had Ueen on trial here for three weeks was sustained by nine jurors The estate involved is worth 500000 Stoll was a famous turfman and distiller The contest ants to the will held he was insane when he wrote it Sugar Trust Must Settle New York March fLA erdict awarding the Coked States govern ment 1341116 damages in unpaid customs duties from the American Sugar Refining company was render ed by a jury which heard charges of misweighing sugar imports cA2S c HAKES DRAMATIC APPEAL Lawyer Patrick TellsCourt Why Hcl Should Go Free New York March STn a dramatic appeal befora the appellate division of the supreme court in Brooklyn Albert T Patrick who was sentenced to death for the murder of William Marsh Rice in September 1900 ar gued for nearly four hours for his liberty The principal points Of his contention were that his conviction was the result of a colossal conspiracy on the part of the justice at his trial and the authorities who prose cuted him and that Governor fig gins had no legal right to commute the sentence of the court to lif im prisonment inasmuch as he had not asked for or consented to suci corn was reserved and two weeks allowed the relator in which to file a briefSSays Assets Are Concealed Cincinnati O March Charges that the Herman Keck Manufacturing company had concealed 85066 of its assets were made in an amended petition filed in the United States court here in behalf of New York creditors who had al receiver appointed several weeks ago for the company PATROLMAN KIllS- PRECINCT CAPTAIN Resents Reprimand With Hal of Deadly Bullets Washington March 6 Captain W H Mathews of the fifth police pre cinct in this city was shot and killed while sitting at his desk in the station house by Policeman Collier Without the slightest warning Col lier entered the station and want im mediately into the captains office where he jerked from his pocket a revolver and began firing bullets Into Mathews body Five shots were fired two of them piercing the cap tains skull The cause of the killing is a mystery even to the several friends of Collier The latter it is alleged had been reprimanded by Captain Math ews for a breach of the rules and this at the time angered him The police say they know of no other reason for Colliers action Lieutenant Sprinkle arrested Collier and placed him in a cell The prisoner refused to say anything about the shooting or to give a rea son for his deed KEEP CLUBS IN LINE Republican League Will Soon Open- Permanent Headquarters Washington March 6Permanent headquarters for the National League of Republican Clubs of which John Hays Hammond is president will be established here in the near future in order to keep the 3800 clubs and 1200000 members active throughout the year was decided at a meeting of IThis and state officers of the league More than 100 of those who were leaders in the league work in the national campaign last raIl repro senting nearly every state in the Union were present- Manufacturer Hangs Himself PIqua 0 March 6W H Vial burn 52 senior partner of the firm of Walburn Riker of St Paris near here the largest pony carriage manu facturers in America was found hanging in his barn by his son Rod erick SIXTEEN DROWNED Cofferdam at Liverpool Eng Flooded Early This Morning Liverpool May GSixteen men drowned early this morning in the flooding of a cofferdam used in the construction of a new dock at Birken- head 1 tree men rescued from the wreckage were badly injured All Quiet In Honduras Washington March 6 Reports re ceived at the state department from Central America say that everything is quiet in Honduras Rumors of trou ble in Salvador the dispatches add are claimed to be due to the attitude of Guatemala and Nicaragua Straus Goes to Japan Washington March fLOscar S traus secretary of commerce and labor in President Roosevelts cabi net has been offered the ambassador ship to Japan by President Taft and Mr Straus has accepted it Traveling Man Murdered Sioux City Ia March 6The dead body of Frank R Williams a travel ing salesman from Omaha was found by the side of the Illinois Central tracks The police believe he was murdered THE ME4J01 IT W A Merdale Columbus O has been elected secretary of the Nation al Dental Manufacturers association R Mead Shumway was hanged at Lincoln Neb for the murder of Mrs Jacob Martin President Roosevelt will sail oa his African hunting trip March 23 The fouryearrold son of James Flemming Weston 0 was scared to death by the playful antics of a large J tocL 7 jjjjjjjjjjjjj or Hr F 4YT Swi 3 jt r Ii v f V jS- ti I j h aocsjJ S5 kv i tr e 51eeT 13t 5V 3me Some bright person is going to win 2500 and this for merely suggesting a namefor a new per fume odor We charge for ryou nothing your chance of this 25 simply asking you to call at our store smell the odor and leave your suggestion together with your name and address with us perfume an ounce Each half ounce that you purchase entitles you to one additional suggestionS Dont delay too long as this offer may be withdrawn at any time Bring your handkerchief in and have it perfumed 1iD B HAMPTON Prcs I 5 D GOf f VPrcs ClarK County Natl Bank ESTABLISHED 1695 THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35000000 Powell ClDawsonDEA- LERS IN Coal Lime Sand Cement Building Ma1eriaisLaiK We Sell Corn Oat and May Agents for GUANO FERTILIZERS N- At McCulIum J Piggs FEED and HITChSOld Stand 17 NorthJMain StreetWinchester Ky East Tennessee 27liome Phone 728 j A CARD desire to thank my friends foi their loyal support in thcrccent elec tion and to say that hear no malice to those who opposed me W 0 HOSKINS 3Glt BaileyNeal tarried by Elder James Yo Hard lug March 5th 1009 Mr Mnrtiu Bailey and Miss Car rie Nenl at the home of Jeff Neal in the county of Clark Statesmans Complaint Englands house of commons wants Ventilation Plenty of airis pumped into the chamber and it comes through the gratings on the floor but it cOmes from spot just over the bank of the Thames river with its llIf red barges And the other even ing member met colleague with bis handkerchief to his nose You never know what will pass inside he spluttered always know whats 1msslniDutside Have Equality In Rank In the Turkish navy the crew and regimentfandas on land The captain is lieutenant colonel and to on JRYAXEWSWAti ADVERTISEMEIITS r f iL riL az Jst 511j j B CURTIS Cashier R O ITCH Asst Cashier I a fl BEING J i l I I I a v a a r r t r o 1f I t F f V OWN HOUSE INVENTORIES FREE WE WILL SEND A HANU SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILLMAKEJWRITTEN APPLI CATIONS FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR TO ASSIST IN MAKING THE INVENTORY t IT IS A VALUABLE AND WHOtISHOULD HAVE ONE f JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY rIt CARD OF THANKSS kvc wish to thank our neighbors r anilfnqucls fpr their Jdntfness t us dining the illnes andt 1ertiiofcThr father itr ciffiJlfepSla fewclI i also visb4tq e in nibenftof life First Ba fL fcIiufefjlii fOr co lfe siesextendddSSTllE FAMILY1 i V 1S J 1 1 t l 1f T l 1T T 1 T f e 1I t q 4 i r I l 4 M i4j J 4 I 0 SU t I lHtSU D TSCHDob Ijiarter for 1fl fon7 k S lUEStl1 f Jtif tt j Leson Mts vtt 2O- Jc1sryVerss 293lGoIsIen T r v QCommtary Prepared tIr j DF M Strt byi4 Ire AioIaT1 t rld4 rtrQ 1 Ieaeu tp arise and t i4 t 1p pin d thrfjugh a desert pace Tha Heyen iT Uy Interestcdlk affairs on earth tirnt God Himself cares for my per ignal affairs that He careth for me us bf1morr don or the many others to whom JI Mat special messengers or special esg i8 a great truth tto have ones soul tits so plainly ijtiited In such passages d ll ChrOn iror 8 9e1 as Ifiiiii radIns6many dl k1 I cases fbit to question It is simply unmitigated unbelief Here Is the story of a great man the eyes ot flit world who had Charge of all the treasure of the queen of Ethloplif linv1o WtlB well fixed as far lIB this world goes but he eyl dently had no rest in his soul but a great hunger for something that mop ey could not uy He had made a long journey to Jerusaleni the city of the great king where tile queen qf SKeba had once gone tpiscie thegriatnessOfS- olomon but j he wjis returningrtootne upsfttisfled not hating found that whlchihfs soiil spugjit As He Journeyed he was heading the prophecy of Jsaiahr It would jearare thing toiclaylo find any one trav- elIng by traip or trolley or steamer reading sue a book Whether heWs sessedihe cook before tie left homeot obtained It1nJJerusalem fhe record does not say but the o aay that be read it as tfe jburneyed1 and thSt to the ihlportantthi g leral1l1n- t1g seek g the truth and he was noticed in Heaven aqd events weie ordered tfiafcihe might obtain wbathe sought Jeri xxlr 18 Pod used an angela d a manf o bring itabbut In connection with angels I love to popei1 s clll 29uBless the Lor lye- His angelS thatexeel In stfrenith tlftit do His commandments harkening tjnjo the voice of His wordand then Hcb i 14 where wp read that they minister to e heirs Qf salvjition Qh tareIdsI111plst rs doing IJts pleasure arid we should be the same proving always that good and accepii be and perfect will of Goo PtflUp Wt s evidently cue with the angels In this matter a willing and obedieht servftat of dHriat lor without quVs I tion gjbe arose and went The Lord knew HI man and could say in this case as in some others I have foxind Me amah He Is ever saying Whom shilL send and who will go for us l prophetHcewa jwhdlly against human reason and so called comthon sense t ata man 4 who was being used as Philip is Bhouid leavo a great work and go doWh tot desert nut the great question Is vWJiose wprk is t and who is doing It That beiag settled then it muiit bfeday bjdlty What wilt Thou or wii ir1iwilt rr1o1tAnd to the reply thare la nothingfor is but promptiahd cheerful obedience Philip was a mih to whom an pgel or the Holy BpItlt could talkRe hid obeyed the VOIfO of angej and now the Spirit says Join thysetO this chariot So he ritn the man readipg the prophet Isaiah and said to him IJndbrgtandest thou what thou read est VrBO Sve are reminded of our XionJs oft repeated shiiilar quos tibn as jn Matt xlU 51 xVI 011 iiiid of Heb xl 3 wheree learn that jthe n understand is to believe Phil ip isihvlt dto fide lnthe harlot ffeit he may explain the portion being read Which was what wecall Isa till 7S ahd begInInaFtbtit Scripture1 he preached Jesus HIM sufferings and glory His kingdom and the to enter ItTh uaubli eelngihlin whom he unconsciously long d fdr thus stt before him at one tecelydd Him and n 8siftby baptism and went on hii way rejoicing no doubt to carry the glad tldliigs to many Ethiopia PI Ilpys caught away by tile iplrit and from Azptiis to Caesii8a preached the gospel in all thCcitlls through which hepaseed Our Lord was aheadyto pireach o one as to hundrtids and lt we fare truly ills followers we will tje ready lo do l1keie j1owvarjedwasi1iU IPs experlrce In this iiicident a long Journey on fpot brjde In a ro chariot Chughfc away supeiaturafIy by ffieSprILbut bt of ailUsWiiDy odto turn hj seeking soul toHimseIf VIrn4a SUustrjation df for any min ne lof service wholly at thy Cdni maudniQrit I Chrpn xxvili 21 As tOxiirwicWtig Jesus there ls no ode I ji41Ioh mid inlfe H e is set toithhas God linaiiife t In the nosh si1erinz fir our sIh wpunded J2r fthir tnrsionsThruiMtI for our in ttt r1n iisnded rce l iB1i1fdbILatc6ttli tb dptii j Philip egan just White the msniAreai Ibg and prkdhed Je s1indf wklle Isii flMacIaLiy oodportibgIn tiit itch tkflli Itle jIttf iot tilt k4ge Bible whsre He qati- Ii 6eI ni fiiiikb1Ie can not bisLt- k t6rr il fJil t fbja 1 IoF1ffd dLITbit evli rl pstbthof fOi1g r HIm ar our tin til we s r ii NS41r1otrJ 1t5 h r I r r l i r I NO13 omJmts 1 ThwTh TAT MAN Iir 1 5 P Wf TIlE AMERICJ4 CULOREIIIIUIMNI The African MeithQdi church will erect a iqO000 Paul LaWrence Duttbar memorial church at Day ton Ohio Of the 10OQpjOOp colored people in this country 7OQDQOO live in the cquntry districts A 13 Keiian carries a 5OQQ tailoring stock of goods atlQ02 Lau4 crdale st Selma1Ala W J nt has ppenodm fii 5pQ shoe stpre at 1731 Cplumbia dycnue Philadelphia Duncan i irbYIa Colored blatlk smith of Sielnla AIIF taxes on 40000 worth pf prpporfy J C Gatcwopd of Pa sclaims- tobethc Itirgest colored dry goods nnd shoe dealer in Kentucky Wm Dpuglass of Ohio has invent eda binding attachment Jot harvesters which will do away with the expense of twine to bind the bundles of grain for which straw bands will be substituted Mr Douglass has been offered 500000 for his inven tion by the Harvester Trust but he refused the offer as he believes his patent is worth ljOOOOOl The State BY P TJ will meet this year for hie Jlrst t tinie iu Southwestern Kentucky at Auburn Logan County Prof Httttie P Rcniex the popu lar lady principal ofonc of ilitf pub lic schools of Louisville has sent Mrs W W Banks quito a collection of speQimens of art literary find industrial work done by the pupils it her building liss Reniex is one of the prommetit colored female educators of the South Nelson Williams of Camp Nelson has been iti the Oily several days IsaaC D Kitchen liasjgone into ihe hoe furnishing canvassing business at IJuiitington W Va Erder tM Ratlhwhitei preached at the colored Christian church last Sunday Mrs Birl Turnerwas in Lexington this week Chopping kJjs Nannip 1L Burrpughts of Louisville wlip has the distiuction of e the nt t CQiorcd C- 1a1eLlecturertouring New Eng rind speaking to white audiences Henry Loving tjhevw ell known Winchester hotctwaitert came down from Olyrnma Springs last week IJissEln Hickman qf Lawrehce burg Iud vvjtoli s 1epn nursing Mrs E S Taylor during her illness hs returned home Rev T Timberlake known throughout the State as asthdltlihd orator ofjaotc will teath a classJnJ theology at his church eyfery Wtdhes dayc night la additipn to young min isjters Sundhy schbpl teachers iud adult Bible class scholafsnlay ttiso1 ittend Vfni Bell the Maple street sliotn mgker lived ih H cSoitthbefore the war and sftw thhlast carf J bf iiegrd slaves broiightfpm Africa tIS jhiS couiitiy There were only five colpted on Like BrndloSpediulrain TuIday PF W L Brr liu k floiirh- Jci Fi fhpf r W U5at ltd 1 J iI rgt Id an asistant I Joe Higgins is N0W wMi1 at GrantJ1a tiler 1kmtnarJiibD t fr 0 I 7 i r i r vhito The uationa meeting of the colored 31kg wiJCb lipid at Detroit Mich August Hannah Hampton has rented the Lizzie Jatikson hoiisie W M Book visited Miss Charlotte Grqen in Lexington last Sunday Ml the members ofI the colored Mfisn lodge are requested to meet at yiRbvVHjnntgUlntionat Washington i M Bates has the contract ttf planter the now fl pot at Corbin Kyrt Charles Heinne is sick with pueu mqiiia infant qhild of Mqnsqn Wheel or tiled Tuesday Jfrs Millie Morgan of Maunic 111 ldMrsj Lucy iWprldSjiof It Ver hori Ind are visiting Mrs Henrietta Wijia Tile funeral Of Florence the daughter of Thdinas Black was prcachelat the C M E church Tuesaay by Rev JT AStewartl Mrs Salie Million and Lucy Rh me are on tho sick list Mia Didlick who has been sick in a hospital at Dayton Ohio for somfeiimS Inns been brought home Rov F Taylor repjctrts that his iheoting5tf start thieUentileabottt- LheiniddIe of the mdnjth I The colored people at CaSentowij anti Chilesburg in county are to have now school houses The me ctihgat the C M E church is progressing nicely for the first week Vm fields was in Lexington Wed nqsdaj being examined h6fore ihq Pension vBbard for an incrqasc ofx pensionThe nntuhildof John Sheldon died at Wyandbtt this week W A Steward editor of the Amer ican Baptist Lduisvilib nhd Rev J E Wood D pof Danville passed UirougU the city uescjay Jen roUtc to Washington toattend jthe inaugu ral berembnies r The UrB F lodge have a State Orphans Home coiitaihing 235 are of land At Brooks Station 15 miles fr9p Louisvilie QeBatQSWh1OWaS sent tbj theIn saiio Asyjutn at Lexiugtqn last wqpk is much improved j Being the colored alternate to the Republican National Convention ab Chicago Rev Timberlake becomes tine colored rofereo for this congressional tdistiiet Colored applicants for JFaderal pQSifcipns should appl tohiinnndhe tp the Oongressman and Stator Tile dance given by the lii Mtf Social Club atthQ Hippodrprhe Thursday mghtvns quite a popular atid society affair Jnyitations had been issued to 217 including many putoftown people iMfs AnHid onikatd son ofOhit bfigd are the guefets of Mrs Isaac Drummer on W Broadway It is yepprted that Mrs Peter Sythpsoii is to tttrithimefrom Ohio atidreenagein Eiie grocery business- Anti that Djmnis Barnes will yacat her house andibi 1di lbUrtiness house in front ot ibis Jebe fly purchased home PfeMehing will begin at the Pirsi Bi jtist church pirptracted llii elin1 t e I TJiif ppercF4es k good p4ilbr4- country Jt rue e1oreJ at Forfd ti dg If war t Creek Bd JjartUJef Ac jtove1 fi Tvr t 3 i i f 1 neiglrjicodsdIiuld paper and send iji important notes from time to time of the doings of their neighborhood Prof E S Taylor has ordered supplies preparatory to his Easter exercises oil Aprjfrlltti 2nd Sun xlay All the ghjldreti insthe city are invitedto take part It looks as ik the Fayetter county colored High School wilbbe located at Ca en town r J H Tylor subscribed 50 to the Broadway Baptist church this week In the absence of Superiutondcnt G F Attersafiji the South Nodli Tribble colpred who has had charge thepumpiilgstatioH at the reser voir of the Winchester Water Worksu for eighteen years lit 50 per month has been dischargctlf Revs Tayjor Rhome and H Railoy have returjiecl fiom Pikevillc where they have bean engaged Ina meeting with live additions COUNTY bOURT DAYS Below is a list of the days County Courts are hcllvGhch month in counties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawreirceburg 3rd Monday Bath DVingsvillc 2nd Monday Ifiburbolr Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Brbalbitt Jaxsks pn 4th Monday CLARK AVtNCHESTER 4th Monday Jktfll Irvin 3rd Jlpriday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday JPlemiug JFJemingsburg 4th Mon day I Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday jQarrar d Lancaster 4th Monday prant WiliiamsTo3yn 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamirie Nicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyyille 4th Monday- IdncpinvStanf prd 2nd Monday Mauison Richmond 1st Jiion day Mason Max ville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrpdsbuig Igt Konday Montgomery Mt Storling 3rd Monday Niclioirts Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owentfdn 4th Monday Pendleton Fatmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st M Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Sholbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Yerfiaillca 4th Monday itHE LUrllD JLOW OF LOOM ivasseen in tho red face hands rind bq4y of the little soiv of H M Ad amsjof Henrietta Pa THis awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies ahd baffled the best doctors wlip said the pois pnpdsblood d affqcted his lungs and hothing could skvejiirn uti writes his mother seven pottles of Elec ffia sitters ijpmpldtely cured him For Eruptions Eczema falt Rheum andRheumpreme Oniy jQc vjQnatflnleed by liilips Drug Corapany The Ui1i wlk ibiD iiii doa 16 sf f6oin things bQt fts i1fiiJy j Tfe wlra i 1t Imo tee a- Detrolt tlrtibill Frer 0t c t I PECULIAR APPEAL TO HEAVEN Ceremonial Observed by Chinese When Rain Is Desired Prayers for rain are a common fea ture of religious observance in China and the attendant ceremonial sdaie correspondentfeports a curious celebration which recently took place in ChenyuSn The orthodox three days fast was pro- Claimed and the officials went to the temples to present incense while the people organized a procession with a plenitude of gongs and drums As the proceBBionlata pasted aloof the stetthey were drenched it 1th water by the residents who had tubs in readiness But the great peculiarity of the occa sion was a dog He was tied sitting up in common chair with an old gar mont round his shoulders and an old big mans hat on his head He got a double share of the water along the route and seemed to have entirely exhausted the glory and the fun of lila position Tin explanation of the cere mony was this Among the domestic animals the dog is placed hqwest But the people in their attempt to move the pity of heaven said In effect Yo will put ourselves Iqtrer than the dog we will give him the honor of riding in state as our master if only you will give us rain Tho correspondent adds that rain fell before sunset STRONG TOMB RENT BY TREE Striking Instance of the Great Power of Vegetation A correspondence calls attentlon tp ta curious instance of the mechanical power of vegetation in the outofthe way churchyard ot TewJn in Hertford shire I A tree whl h has been divided Into two or three main stems grows straight put of the tomb of a noble dame who departed this life over two centuries ago and has rent her gloomy ipme into pieces Strangest sight of all it has wrapped Itself round the iron railing which used to guard the grave and which IB thus now almost entirely concealed Inside the tree People come from tar and near to see the wonderful sight and to them Istpld a stony that the quiet inhabi tant ot this disrupted sepulcher wa sjn her jday a lady of very free thinking opinions and JMuLaMd she would liavo placed above her remains a tomb that ho person could readThO Scotsman PrJ ate Fopestiy In England Eveiywhere in Engtand you see pri vate forests planted for profit trig land first won her naval supremacy In ships built of English oak tree WhIdh Were practically planted for the pur pose on private estates Public Or state forestry hardly exists In England Here we commonly think that forestry concerns the government only A few Americans will plant cia talpa locust or some other tree cr p eilsIus we will pjant paks and other spa des that require a hundred years or moro to matrire lleanwhile tiie bu reau of for strt at WashingtOnhas ia plan for cooperating with anyone who chleflcOno8pId ra4DoIrtQs Th entire fIre alirm yatem ok sBaybnne N J VM recently thrpifiL out of driiir by it single spider TKe 1fiictlIid got ca ghlWhere alllie rvvlrss of the transmitter too COO HdyhUDg1Jnritttabif whole sYst Bi HBpfiiOJ5 THE HlSS f lco a ry Clark County ConstructionCo I CO POR Tcud it ThInk of the mud and hill climbing tax paid a cli year On the Basis and the ap pjicatjon of Economical Business contrucJtiQntdrepof roads or vate streets or alleys I Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car Sots and will fee pleased to sell i I same in any quanity desired The putting In qf all classes of Concrete a 1 specialty and satisfaction guaranteed 0 0 Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres lion Notwithstanding the hard times there has beenlh steady growth fro the start in the number of our depositors and in the volume of our business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are coidiolly invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion all business JM HCUGKIN Cashier I L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President ADVERTISE IN WINCHESTER NJEtVI A NEW FEW AT HAfl S PHOTO GALLERY Owing to the increasing calls upon me to make House Views and Photographs in the homes Post Cards etc Jt have arranged with aU Expert View Photographer having a fine instrument to do the putside Camera work and finish up the work in the gallery I will make Sittings for Post Cards at my gal lery getting out- FINEST POST CARDS made in this city All work will be under my personal supervision and MADE JUST RIGHT and as fully guaranteed as though made wholly by myself B S BARRETT I 22 North Main St First Dally Newspaper Elizabeth Mallet established tho first daily newspaper in the world In LOn lon March 1702 she published and edited the Dally Courant which took jip the cudgels for womens rights and during Its prosperous career carried out the expressed determination of its founders to spare the public at least- hialf the impertinences which thoor jdinary papers contain IT SAVED HIS LEG v tlAll thought Id lose my leg yrites A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In fallible if or Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Buriis Scalds d tsaI Piles 25c at Phillips Drug Store r c Tom Reeds Insinuation I Once when Thomas Reed was With the late Senator Wolcott or Cole ado and Joseph Ohoate Mr Choate When asked to take a drink said that lie never drank never smoked to excess and never gambled In his life Wol cott who was a sinner in everY one jbf tlfesia lines looked pathetically at FReed and said I wish I could say that Say 1tSald Reed Chote ldd Birds aV Weather Prophets If birds In getieral pc k at their withers whthiu selvesand fly to their HSatg xht rain Parrots n1- Ijinaries dreatietrteathiitr and irs wjceffl the eTerifng beifore c storm It the peacoci cries when he gt so pqit It IB a sign of rain Long and loud 1X4g of robins in the morn fag denote rain 1e3 Ftr t7 4 ct P4o It d apt cost tkFarr- nerP aclmuch a a poor on Equipment to J J d B THE VERYBESTIH- ave of our readers seen a tei WeekljEnquirer send for a copy if fCVO1OtJ1eCplW4 pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place oil earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and improve tnents and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs ofa family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other laboVofquestionable amusements and frivolities of life and encotiraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatCAs are our Homes so will be the Community State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and ten I poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery Ito the home and featuresOther departments are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of its readers being 1hec1eatiest and best ftfflily Weekly known to them s t Sample copies may be hadJjjr the ENQUIESR CcsffAjq lwtinto O rBeT Ue to Thyseff How much time he gains who ades not look to see what his xejjchtioV says or does or thinks but only at what he does Jblmself to make It JuSt andholyMarcus A relius 5 if The MinnesotaGirl ItiI It is said that every third gIrl lsa breadwn1ller It fia hpI ithat the other two girls art tfehI makers MinnesotacertMn1yhasf i flour Cleveland Plain Dealer k 1l1 One woy ieuie y The brightest spot la i4pngaa4te timate experience with the t 1Ithafon he 5i rvgoopwxne called y Wrong n Hr fad got te by mjifaiii Iadidat Itm JbritO4i t Journal It T iL 14 L tr iJ it Jj c rtJr f t t k d tswtt fvr THE wINCHETEh lawshi t P 31krrr I V 1 if V nr rffi AX Y1 lLVs til1 L The nalkingcostume illustrated is bbth useful and smart The skirt Is qula plaln and is cut a comfortable walking length greatikdvantage in the oat Is that it is high in tho neck and fastens Over at the left side in a poia nlne small buttons put closely tOgetherform the fastening The en tire pat is tightfitting a fur necklet adds a finish Hat of soft felt trimmed withelvet and Quills Materials required 8 yards cloth 48 inches wide 19 buttqis 6 yards coat lining simple but effective blouse is composed of lace and spotter net For the yke and collar the net is tucked horizontally and is edger with lace medallions which are also taken In rows down the front bf blouSi then net F Is tucked In between them Three frills of lace form the sleeves Material required 11E yard net 42 inches wide 2 yards of medallions r 4f lacp for sleeves ardsIjBie next shows a useful indoordress that would look well made royal lue cashmere the skirt is tightfitting round the hips and Just thetrlmnstotheWdozebuttonuu n IDEA OR SHORT CURTAINS DecoratlvySchems That Is Proving to a Degree There laWghipn in decoration that should bej lpfal to the woman who must fit sllrt curtains to new wln doys V This is tfdcaot having deep dee4 I oratfe s on fabrics of sOli- dcOlorWt atfby he woiiiln who knows how to rtiot out tW fiche thing They do not cbziM f r curtains as a rule but the- yserveadnibly Tho foudation color is usually deep tinted although somo good patterns can wf f6t with the foundation in natural Cash tones Tile bdlor note is injonded of couhrt tq harmonize with the room in wjitafclfcn fmplaccd Tb er may bo fastened on by a doublrow of stitching close together over which are big stitches with rse thread of the foundation color Stowed as Bagdad Sare sewe4M Scufw people omit the stitching usiwfwily this coarse sewing k kEW HEAD DRESSING pie Greek Coiffure of Paste Mount ed on Silver oss Bar Muslins Again In Favor hero is considerable rejoicing that dainty cross bar muslins are being 1 more and more for miladys lin e he heavy thread in tile weave thens the Ufa of the garments aerfully CDeits made of this outwear- e made of nainsook or other plain- r material Initialed Lingerie n embroiderer gives this rule for icing Initials on lingerie Never anything on cotton for embroidery cottonthe is linen take care to linen thread est results are obtained if when ding is necessary the same thread sed for this part of the work as for embroidery proper Jolcred Embroidery ort Towels here is a strong revival of colored Broidery on linen toweling Dull soft browns pink and faded m initials are now seen on hand b towels These letters are worked towelesan easily be done athome by i the fisjgfnnerlh embroidery r J t t it I i gt SEPARATE TUNIC A BLESSING Can Be AlteringOldFashioned Clever women have found out that a separate tunic mada of another ma terlal than the gown and draped over alterif11HanThere are some skirts that are too f short to be lifted up even for two inches on the bodice to give the em qjlre erect and they are too much out of r kIf together by their linings and two or three folds of selfcolored material neatly draped around the waist line in Jounda1tion tbroideredwith fur or gold galloonsIThis Is cut with a seam down the middle of the back and neatly draped three inches above the waist line headed with folds of the material or a piece of the trimming used eles where This tunic drops from bust to knees and gives the exact line that it needs this winter on smart frocks Turban Notes The round crowned turban in straw is a distinct favorite for early sprlngjSatin trimming shirred over Q favorer decoration on Hie newest cJXb an The allflower model lends itself most successfully to the Idrge turban shapo A flatcrowned turban In rough black straw of unusual helghbls bound round with a narrow black velvet ending in one huge rosette The narrow stiff QuUlin palrsdl vides honors with the tight bunch of small roses as a middle front decora tion for tho straw turban Small turbans fitting very low on tho head arc draped with black lace veils Marking Ones Belongings The fad of the day Is to have all of ones belongings marked The fastidi ous housekeeper translates this to mean that everything from washcloths to umbrellas one young bride even going so far as to have her in foals neatly worked upon her dishtowels It is nice to have a special monogram designed for one if pos sible which may be adapted to all the different articles and styles ofmark ing required It can be used in dif- ferentf sizes carried out In hand em broidery in white mercerized cottony and used at pleasure for table and household linen lingerie parasols gloves stockings table covers and bureau scarfs Embroidery In General Some very exquisite centerpieces are being made in a combination of stitches The use of coronation braid intermingled with solid embroidery and French knots is rich in effect On edge shows a row of heavy stem just inside of the buttonholed finish andother buttonholed edge is finished in long uneven scallops with a second lur1therWhite Suede Gloves White suE de Is the favorite evening glove i1o1Iil J tdni i A W t i A l ii tu L I1ffnuGfl t r ra t Fanci callaiesv arid Facts About the Science ti WHAT AN EXPERT HAS FOUND Why NiW Jerseys Supervisor of Roads Prefersa Lighter Macadam to aTctford ftoad7How to Build a Good Stone Highway Frbm tho time of the prophet Isaiah to tile present Then have had their ideas of a perfect highway The plans of frond engineers have been qritlcjscd as newfangled while they were only aiming at the road that Isaiah saw with prophetic eye when he cried Make straight In the desert n high way for our God Every valley shall be exalted and every mountain and hill shall be made low and the crooked shall be made straight and the rough places plainr1bus the fancy that a straight road with easy grades Js a new Idea Is swept away by the words of Isaiah uttered over 700 years before the Christian era writes A Meeker state supervisor of toads New Jersey in thCGodd Roads Magazine Later Claudius Appius had his vision of a road that would perpetuate his name and his dream has boon real ized But beyond that he gave what The monument of a tyrant who compelled thousands to work for naught and a lasting example of how not to build a road The Appian Way fa mOlts in picture and story is avoided over a greater portion of its length by every traveler who is In a hurry to reach his journeys end This bid Bgmansideirofa deep foundation s lived after him but nrf experienced road builderadopts it The old Romans that It isneces nary to build a deep foundation for a rood crops out here and there even at thQ present timer and is exploited as the best and in fact the only true way to build a road It was not until road builders learned that thoroughly drained earth was the only sure foundation for any kind of road covering that a great advance was made in road con structlon That road improvement Is an expensive luxury something nice to have but too costly for those who have to work for a living is the fancy of some but it is not borne out by experience In New Jersey every dollar expended for rortd improvement has added tens jiud hundreQs of dollars to our states wealth Tile fret rOOds I built were sixternI inches composed Of ten inches bf ofcorn1hnd cnellialf inch crushed stone and finished with coarse stdnb screenings orIroaamucli more kl inctwhen tfiafis gone every driver avoids the telford road in jgood weather I well remember the first sixteen inch telford I ever saw It was in 18G9 at my home city dlsIwe our rs byiwrang It a wrang It is wrang in prenccpll Here ye line the anveel an on It ye put the sma stone Along comes the horse poundigrind it till twixt the hammer and the anveel the sma stones are ground to powder We laughed at the old Scot but my experience has since taught mo that he was right Not only Is a deep telford more expensive to build but the road wears rough much sooner than t lighter macadam and is conse muInIford road twill not be heaved by frost This is not so I have seen fourteen inch telfor1 turned upside down by frost so thr the large bottom stones were on tor of the road while six inch macadam built over the same soil and same conditions of travel remained un mowed the only other difference in construction being that underdrains were placed outside of the macadam while none was used beside the tel ford To build a good stone road first grade your hill flown to 5 per cent or less if possible fill up your flats so you- have a ihlhlmum grade of at least one half peps cent second by und crdralns cut off all water that may threaten the road third give your road a crown of threequarters inch per foot fourth cut out your subgrade being careful to give it the same curvature as the finished road fifth roll the subgrade until it is hard and smooth carefully removing any spongy or vegetable earth that the rolling may disclose sixth spread your bottom course even Jy then roll and add a little binder and continue the rolling until the stones cease to sink or creep In front of the roller seventh spread your sec ond course and roll it truth thoaddi t tlon of binder and water until the whole surface Is hard and smooth depres3sionswhole with a course of threefourths s Inch stone and screenings This must be soaked with water and rolled until oho commence the rolling at the sides and BYIr of your road If this work is well and thoroughly done you will have a road that is smooth hardad conven lent I for travel at alljii55ns of the rf r w 1 1 j 6 fail li P fng1 1 s For Co il ijJi AnthracKe Operators Pile BM ateMowi alp High hi Astlclpatibfl of Any SIfcationsWHchMayArisowi Difficulty With TYees J 1 t IT lIE airbUration agreement bV twecn the anthracite coal min ers and the operators signed t after the strikeJii the anthra cite region in 1906 drill expire on March There is much Interest the question of what 1Pb condition will be which will pxlat it that ftne The region has already begun to feel the agitation of the mlners fdr a new Agreement more t tacm find business is slackening throighC64cern over the possibility of a strikV Wlwt the cdal roads do not meanto be caught napping Js indicated in the aria nouncement from Philadelphia that more than JLOnOOOOOO tons of coal have been stored by them riliePhHflaphi and Reading Coal company is prcpar Ing for any struggle with minx labor ers that may ensue bj lflng lip in its yards near Nor is townfa millions of tons of the Asj7T thracite miners who belongtoll1e United Mine Workers seem determined upon gaining further concessions rbm their employers and president Baer ol tile Reading road leader f the corporation forces contrdlling the anthracite mining industry has nfct dx efenccdjr any change of views in regard tft oho organization whfch l OhtisalwnySJlt ter oscd the prospect of iTScad lockiindcessation of work is not alto gptherremote At any Qrders have bceii given to store atT fhcda7 possible in readiness for any actioii tho miners may takeandrttie mom thins of fuel that are arising In various centers of the industryare visible evi dence that the employers mean to be well stocked with ammunition fn case of a struggle with their employees- In order to avoid as1ar as possible strikes or disagreements between the PRESIDENT JJAER AND TIm fOAIi MOUX TAINS xBAI1 Ho14iiSTO nN miners and the operators business men of the coal mining regions qf Pennsylvania are expresjsJlng them selves in favor of a three years agree ment with the mInerS This will be the most important topic for the com- Ing conference between the coal min ers and the operatorsiwf the anthracite section of the state Hlthertoit has been the custom to draw up this agreement forone year iIrThe boards of trade throughout the anthracite regions have adopted resolutions in favor of tiieTong iagrccment The merchants argue that a one years agreement dlsturba business at the first of every year Normal conditions therefore are not reached until about May 1 Five months of uncertain business every year ttheynay1s Just a little bit too muchfrtThe miners on the other hand de clare that a one years agreement was formulated Inthe r tqntii 1ri tS con vention for the best interests of the underground workers They also declare that at the coming conference between the miners andt operators they will Insist that cJause bo inserted in the contractwich will be drawn up between them The union miners i e asking that their union shall makean agreement with their employers and that the em ployers shall be the collecting agents for the unions dues Other requests on the part of the men are liable to lead too disagreement So far the operators ire standing pat abidIng by the last arbitration order and notM promising more than it made Incumbent upon theme What He OveHookeH MI might nave laiown thatyon would refuse me said tile poor but other wise honest young man who had fail ed to Impress thcyfairulakl There was a metallic ring in your voice when II entered the parlor that boded memo good Had you been ti little mopcobserv ant she replied you might have ncn tlced a metallic TiI gonrii finger that Charlie Gotrox placed there last niglit Thirty seconds latexhypfeet were followinzeach other I otflienoTneward 141traU =Exchange 1L jI c1ittlr1 It r t TiiiiI r t 2 Fork f L r re0 1 Printing i t a u 1 r fttt olj do h to I j 1 1 jI r are to a of its i in of nov us to ytf fo i jfd ca7 tp l1s t f WC l cf r f f s 3tf asir 4 s i t rr i ri li IIrA 4 I J D V t r reH 1 f r S It 9 if 6 Riches For a I done had BO much poverty aald I gWino tot pray afer somepln new in do new year J I gwlne git down on whatjs let er rmy liool knees ah ax de good Lawd ter make me rich I reckon datll be a big surprise ter de angels ezdey lookln dat funi gwine ter qualify it ez you mfiy say by axln de Lawd ter make me rich ran humble Atlanta i Rest Our alone and aside from truth with which It Is so sweetly harmonious is rest our intelligence it maks us forget our past evils the ones fine itIs boons since it comes us from natureBarnardin- de SaintPierre Times Changes In Venezuela Venezuela received Its musical Same from the early Spanish real dents who saw a resemblanco the sites of the ihland cltlek The llanos or bleak plains on w1 chI the llaneros live a precarious have largely changed their character since Humboldt them Than great plains of grass supported herds of cattle btitcivill llanos are now rapidly becoming riiotential source ot timber u i ji t 10 Vttt- J tof if I4 ItIIIIifJpfLa I 4Y p r i npm i Ai fi IT Is gh t tless wZ 41 toI 7Qft is vlc JitYtiWiC t fin that wd feO r Only W itth 0 jWJoI9 Date Outfit in Ute CihT otr r Wittchestei tIi is tiret- hey were awaking to this fact If they wquldtreach i ear andtcatch the eiye the public they mast come to us for thprjtitffig with j Jo it We Je1J hesq acJ j v vantages The Finest Machinery 3Vewand Dot ttte 1 Minute Tyite the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COUlti YOU ASK FOR MOK r fjii We vain enough believe that we have j line samples that will eclipse nythihgof kind this section Kentucky anq ggt tL more pleasure Wan exhibit ii production the usepstof printers ink We would lie iqwrepjf JiJt4e tit ggqq ir jS t 43A11 tI f 0 1f til eli tJoI k WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY iNCORPORATE r PrintersofAnythit1g Main St PKoiie 1 hangeiII DrotherDtckeyUdat ter lalnt for mebutI Coristituti6nr for IntelllgoncOi Ignoranceconsidered for dissimulates present In to to Venice in saw these lamumerable th1Qeasts le tnebus tGyi Modern- fPrinter the which New i r Aa UfdId Riles aY8 I Ever Botice that after a feller liaa been marrieda few years he adds speaks 6t his wife to other folks as ExIi v Jl Circumstances Circumstances The man of genius qreates them the man of talent uses them the foblHaOkB aWthem without seeing theniCharles Narrey jtO q j + Here hit4Ewai ito quit smoking recommended by a man who failed- to make It work l Iprsteadofquitting- off1bort nit gradiiall D fm t fn themt rarrig untll y6uciiiit gtamdit any longer i Thtn sradke ft digftrandi compelIedtoyou will learn to do without smoking Atchisonv Globe KILLS WOULDDELAYER- A =merciless murderer is ppsndi= citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prvention They gently sUndliite stdh Jrilggduring Gontipatioii Billieusikjie t Chins Ma lamV Headache andJTnaji cationr yit PJmftpS Dtift More f f a o f i J t t t t mNeeds DiIutibii Vrioits are the reisfitiii for a Tnit s sentimentality and Wie s the rmakl who swallows all he srs with jwt a giralti of salt ij I iiiVirtue for Us Own Sake One ought to seek out virtue forIti own sake without tiring influeficetd by feat or hope Jor 6y any other Klr influence Diogenes 4Ir NEAR DEATiifN BIG PONol Mr a r t If rra t tar nic detc l t FQiyer intense snffrin fide writes Il zsnci several timed nehriealise4 11 rltlclli All remedies fAll r ana dQctors saMI was incurable ThejiipjqIv 8s r riiscoyery broug qkie k r li t a g La cute so prmdimit tkt Pf kar4sit been tfouMcil in fcwelVe ars iMm Soper lives in Big Paid Pa It Works wonders in Cowefas and CoJiS Srt Lunp Hemorrh aies LaGri fAsthma Croup Wkoopi CjjMGfl mil Bronchial affeetioa S fl 100 Trial bffttefm Oyaranr teed b Phillips flriasCpI31 tJrBYA NE JIAJI QY9lBII 114 j1t i k W f iv i+ ft 4 4 t iis t r J ilhw J I i T 11 TTHEWINCHEStER MEWS DID NOT AMEND LONGWORTH ACT Senatelurfls Down Hamilton County Delegatioi FJ6IITtr Hawkins BUI to Reestablish Dana Law Advanced on House Calendar Senate Tinkering With Ritter Penitentiary Measure Not Appreciated by House and It Is Sent to Confer onceWIre Tampering Bill Passed by Lower Branch of Assembly Columbus 0 March 6Senators Ballet Bader and Johnson the Ham IIton county delegation In the upper body of the assembly saw their fa vorite bill go down to defeat It was a proposed amendment to the Long worth law establishing bond limits for cities It raised the limit up to which bonds may be seed without an election from 4 to 6 per cent and was intended to permit Cincinnati to eliminate some dangerous grade crosings to build a new house of reJs uge and hospital to establish parks and reconstruct an antiquated sewer system which has outlived its useful nessThe calenda committee of the house advanced op the calendar the Hawkinsbill designed to reestablish in Ohio the old Dana law This meas ure was passed by practical politicians a number of years ago and was designed to prevent fusion It for bade the appearance of a candidates name moro than once on a ballot The Gillette bill Increasing the sal ary of county recorders which passed the senat two weeks ago and against which a strong fight has been made along with two bills to extend the terms of county auditors and clerks has a good place on the c len dar and may come to a vote in the house before adjournment The House adopted the resolution of Senator Tuttle which went through the upper house a few days ago authorizing the appointment of a corn mission to devise plans for the cele bration of the centennial of Columbus la 1912 revbuildingfrom the senate the house refused to concur in the amendments Excep tlohrSvas not taken particularly to theI amendment providing that th jwork of reconstruction should be placed In the hands of the board of managers instead ota special commission but to the amendment providing foranew womans prison opposite the present structure The house memo bers favor repairing the present worn ens department to last until such time as an entirely pew womens prison on a site far removed frommen can be constructed The prison bill will be turned over to a conference committee comprising Senators Law yer Huffman and Patterson Representatives Ritter Bowersox and Fin ley The senate passed several house bills including the Norris bill au thorizing the appointment of two high school inspectors Calvey bill forbid ding the employment of women about dustmaking machinery the Tuttle bill legalizing industrial schools The house passed the Hawkins bill forbidding interference wltn telegraph and telephone wires BALTIMORE STORMBOUND Depends on Wireless For Communica tion With Outside World Baltimore March 6 Practically Isolated from the outside world save by flickering wireless communication and belated trains Baltimore made every effort to bring order out of chaos The storm that brought havoc In Its wake gave place to clear skies and cool bracing air Hundreds of telegraph and tele phone wires not oply in the city but for a long distance In many directions lay on the ground trains ran In and out of the city without orders and city traffic was generally Imped ed Gangs of workmen throughout the storm area worked all day in an effort to secure temporary service King Edward Goes to Biarritz London March 5 King Edward left this city for Biarritz The spe cial train on which he was traveling was delayed for half an hour at Bioldey about 10 miles out of London owing to tntlrlUon of traffic caused by a coiysion jof two passenger trains at Tix Tunbrldge in which two per t tsons were killed The special went on to Dover over mother line Favors Later Inauguration Washington March 6 Speaker Cannon or the houTse deiclared himself in favor of changing the date of the presidentialinauguration from March 4 to May 1 and added that as one representative in congress he would lend his aid in any effort to bring this about Grain Company Fails ManseCity lo March 6 The ohtltMe Grain company of Kansas City KaaM kai failed Judge Fisher r of the Wyandotte county district court aprdlnted W M Whitelaw as receiver for the firm The liabilities will reach about 125000 6sMdvh r Jf i i HOUSE 11 SOUTH PARK t BURNED Residence of Hiram Glass Totally Destroyed Can ied 400 Insurance The 1eSiek1ceof Hiram Glass in South Park was destroyed by fire rttrfen oclock Friday night The fire originated from a lamp exploding in the resiencClOOm of Mr Glass and had gained considerable headway before the fire department was otified The fire made an unusually bright light and from a distance it lookedas thought the entire South Park was afire After a few mom ents of work the department had the fire under control though the house is a total loss The loss is about eight hundred dollars with four hundred dollars insurance As the wagons were leaving the house Steve Botto a fireman while attempting to catch the ladder wagon was thrown to the ground and the hind wheels of the wagon ran over his right leg and he had to be carried to his room Medical aid was secur ed and the wounds dressed His right ankle is badly bruised and the flesh all ground off His knee is also Madly bruised and cut The physician in attendance has not vet been able to tell whether any bones are broken or not although he stated that he feared it would be some time before Mr Botto could leave his room The fire in the Glass residence seemed to be out when the department returned to the engine house but later in the night the house again blazed out and the fire department was again called which made the fourth call the department had Friday which isH rare occurence DEEDS AND TRANSFERS The following real estate seeds arid transfers have been filed in the office of the Clark County Clerk for record during the past Week Rufus Lisle arid wife to S Band M L Waller 62 acres of land on the waters of Two Mile Creek for 3600 W M Stokley and wife to Clay ton Ramsey 26 acres of land on the lIt Sterling pike for 1600 Claude Lawrence and G R Daugh erty and wife to Joe Estes one tract of laud on the Ruckerville pike con taining 10 acres and another on the waters of Four Mile Creek contaih lug about 9 acres for 1600 G W Lewis and wife to MrL Conkwright a tract of land on Up per Howards Creek with improve ments containing about 67 acres and another tract on the Winchester and Iron Works pike containing 157 acres for 14250 B S Bartlett and wife to Mrs An nie Strode 52 acres of land on the Ecton pike for 1950 George T Rowland and wife to William Stokley 109 acres of land on Stoner Creek near Land E Junction for 4650 Wallace Hukle and wife to John Daniel a tract of laud on Two Mile Creek containing 43 acres for 1700 James Lawrence and wife to N P Van Meter a tract of land on the Clintonville pike containing about 2 acres of land for 1 and other val uable considerations A C Piersall and wife toT 0 Parrish 5 acres of lairdon the Winchester Ruckerville and Vienna pike in exchange fo r25 acres on the Col by ville nike John B Miller and wife to Wallace Plukle 18 acres of land on the Iron Works pike for 1900 E S Jouett and wife to the Lexington and Eastern Railroad Com rmnv a house and lot on North Main street near the L and E depot for 1 and other valuable consiedrations- R A Scobee and wife to C R Prewitt of Montgomery county 16 acres of land on the Mr Sterling pike for 119153 TOBACCO MEETING POSTPONED Tuesday is the regular meeting day of the District Boardof the Burlev- Tobacco Society but on aceountof- the Woodmen meeting being held here at the same time and the hotel accommodations being taxed to their utmost the tobacco men have post poned their meeting unila week laterI The Stumbling Block Id tell my friends frankly of all my faults says the Philosopher of Folly but for one tning Theyd believe what I told em The Wifes Tribute Your husband wor a good man declared the sympathetic Mrs Casey to the bereaved widow He wor exclaimed Mrs Murphy dashing the tears from her No two police min Cud handle himTitBits Ifa woman cant foul a man it means either that she is very much PartieularlyJpV l Jf JUDGE ANDERSON WHO TRIEC 29000000 STANDARD OIL CASE Judge Albert B Anderson of the United States court at Indianapolis who tries the 29000000 Standard Oil case Is one of the best known jurists on the federal bench He is a native of Indiana and began the practice of law in 1881 Since he became a federal judge in 1902 Judge Amlerson has tried some of the most important government cases on record One of these was the John C New bank case in which the courts spirited attack on Mr New caused general comment all over the country SUDDEN DEATH TO AGED MAN TODAY ON THE BRADLEY SPECIAL Joseph WCalvert One Of The Founders Of Republican Party And Resident Of Pewee Valley flies On Train By R H HINTON W Va PerryIeph W Calvert suddenly on the Bradley Special toI rCITY ATTORNEY ON THE LIGHTS Mr Haggard Tells Rates the Electric Light Company May Charge the Citizens For some time there has been re quests made by some of the citizens regardingtheRailway Light and Ice Company for their lights City Attorney Haggard has investigated the matt iand has letterToDear Sir and Friend Upon in vestigation I find that under the fran chise of the Winchester Railway Light and Ice Company they have no right to require a citizen to use a meter unless more than 20 per cent of the lights furnished are used af ter midnight The rates which they may charge per month for residence lights are as follows One light 16 candle power 65 cents five lights 40 cents each ten lights 30 cents eacheach additional light over ten 25 cents If the customer so desires he may require the company to furnish st meter in which case the rates shall he so fixed that the customer shall not be required to pay more than onehalf a cent per hour for the time the light is used but in this casehe will be required to pay as much as one dollar per month There is a clause in the contract which permits the company to Teqiiire customers to use a meter when it appears that the customer is burning a greater proportion of lights after midnight than 20 per cent or is un necessarily using current I amoft- he opinion that you can require the company to furnish you with liglit at a atra teeYours truly F H HAGGARDCity Mission of Successful Man uponhismission Towne Nearly mix old girl is so clever that she can Jalk to a young man for a year and never give him Can idea of j l herages lf r J day as we are pn our back from Washington f Mr Oalvcrt lived at Pewee Valcy and was one of the founders of the Republican party ENTER TAl ME NT- AI HIGH SCHOOL Small Boys Turn in Alarm of Fire and Might Have Caused a Pan ic in Audience The entertainment that was given at the High School chapel Friday night by the pupils of the Senior Class was enjoyed by a large and appreciative audience The speeches and songs were allof good selections anidwere thoroughly enjoyed by all The talent and ability dis played by the pupils who took part in the exercises has been the topic of much favorable comment from those who tipitnesseclit During the exercises two sniall boys went in the school building and turnediii the fire alarm and it was only through the ignorance on the part of the visitors not knowing what it was that a panic and probable injury to some one was averted The Superintendent is in possession of the names of the boys and the matter will be reported to their parents and it is hoped that they will give the matter their attention FORCIBLE DETAINER The writ of forcible detainer that was sworn out against Peter Bright colored by Mr N H Witherspoon that was tried in Judge Evans Court Friday afternoon resulted in a ver dictfor Mr Witherspoon ADcut uossiping Talk about women being gossips said a woman on the car the other day When my husband and two or three male friends get together no mans reputation IssafeDetroltF- ree Press Strength The man who can cling to a good resolution is stronger than the low brow who is able to lift a kitchen range SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Test of Herojsnv Where ten men will cheerfully lay ontsiwillcHester UnkTav 3 if Winchester Opera House I II CommencingMonday I CONTINUING ALL WEEK I 15- heJEFFERSON STOCK COMPANYIN REPERTOIREWITH HighClass Specialties Between Acts Prices 15c 25c and 35c IIlRAND STREET PARADE AND FREE BAND CONGER AT NOON ON OPENING DAY The is the ton says of the cal at the The an last at the will and row and per The hill last was The the best tive in the to the last in one and was in The with sonic vas as seen on the is and the the of ing in a is to he the of a in The Hat the is the for a lot of and al cause a as a was the hit of the in tier rev er Mr bOll also a of sensa his it is said has the of a Ken for her is M by Mr J C In the are the in New last year and and lis who the rope a clev er at the in By On The are the on sonic of llie live lit the sale of W E on the Mt that was by J R1 The in was and the was were on that was sold 12 10 16 10 20 20 22 13 11 25 one cow and calf 32 4 cows to be soon 27 to 60 4 dry cows fi25 2 10 114 24 85 450 35 450 and 50 OHQS at 650 The and in the is the not use the best and has no p For S t Ccal coal and an of tons per acre each year i I t l j rlSeats On Sale at Usual Place L Remember the Date OPERA HOUSE following what Lexing Herald Wayne Musi Company which appears Opera House tonight Wayne Musical Compeny opened engagement night Lexington Opera House which continue through today tomor with matinees evening formances night White liut- lIilmiotkris perhaps adjec category describe performance night word Action rapid constant there goodly measure chorus numbers nrellv stage tuneful princi pals have accuired habit worl together manner which appreciated With bare semblance plot White piece made carryall goodsongs eccentric specialists which ways laugh Miss Alamo Travis Sarah maid ofall work evening impersonations Henry Grib caused number tions from interesting slang Miss Loretta Marshall distinction having tucky thoroughbred named This Loretta Sued Milam chorus Miss Sadie Norris whWOll beauty contest York Misses Anderspn Warner Chal give dance specialty introduced from England Jamestown Exposition Poeohantas GOOD PRICES RULE AT TIE LITTLE SALE Live Stock Sold Auctioneer Bush Last ThursdayBid ding Was Slow following prices obtained stock public Little Sterling pike Thursday conducted auctioneer Bush crod attendance small although bidding slow satisfactory prices obtained nearly everything yearling steers 3055 apiece yearling steers 2750 apiece yearling steers 2950 apiece yearling steers 2955 apiece yearling steers 2885 apiece ycarlimr steers 2950 apiece twoyearold steers 3725 apiece twoyearold steers 3175 apiece 2yearolcl licifCus each fresh eaqh brood mares liultl each hogs averaging pounds each common ewes each good eachIWINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS oldest best institution county Winchester Rolle- Mills Why home flour made Kerr perfection White Pearl flour equal hsrrl Mexican FieidaM Mexicos Gelds cover 300000 acres liroduca average 3j000 tJ 7 sty I Winchester Opera House Saturday March 6tn MATINEE AND NIGHT Sfce WAYNE CO PRESENT The Big Musical Comedy cne 1HTComplete tin every Detail SELECT COMPANY 301IOF 20Singing and Dancing Girls20 ELABORATE COSTUMESSCENERYEFFECTSSame Production Special Matinee 15c 25c Night Prices 25c 35c 50c 75c Seats on sale at usual place Thursday at 9 a m J STANLEY WEBSTER t IS APPOINTED JUDGE Young Kentuckian Who Prosecuted Curt Jett and Tom White Gets Officer in West SPOKANE Wash March GJStanley Webster former Harrison county Kentucky prosecutor who sent Curt Jett and Tom White to the penitentiary for the murder of James B Martian at Jackson has been ap pointed superior Judge of Spokane county by acting Governor Hay The appontment is for four years and pays 4000 a year Websters bril liant record ns a deuuty prosecuting attorney won the appointment GOES WITH E l MARCH Mr W W Ecton formerly a mem ber of the firm of Hall and Ecton has accepted a pleas with E L March the Lexington furniture dealer and will report there Monday for duty Mr Ecton will still reside in Winches tot going back and forth daily Mr Ecton is a genial gentleman and we congratulate Mr March on securing IservicesMerely Nagging It is surprising how many donts yhoIotheIr r ickIs or ap rtoJOHN C BEAN 36tf FOR SALE Three gas healing stoves for sale cheap Apply No 10 Hickman street 3Ctf WAN JED A tinner Will t ay250 i per day Steady AvorJc to goodjrnan j L J BLACI BURN 407 E Main st 3oa3t r l i t ICLASsInClassifiedPer e 0ne perinsrtionNothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or moro used witlu one year 4 cents a line FOR SALE Building lots on French avenue The host location in the city for a home rIl E ITHE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE OR RENTTwo desir IInggydstreetand Bcckncr Vi P AZBILL j 2J11mo I I WANTED To take ordirs I for map lug cakes beaten biscuit rolls LYCOIEloge street Home phone 654- 1121mo FOR SALE Cheap gfaphoplidj and about 30 recoids also Morning Glory horn Address fi R B this office 19 K WANTEDSewing at home families MRS HADDEN afTaylor avenue L 15 WANTED To buy clean ragsfe ply at The News office 2 tf WIRE FENCEI still build kinds of wire fence lL in time t 01 same write or telePho a or JOAN A TAT Winn aia1Gtf4e FOR RENTTwo houlN T TAYLOR tf FOR SAlEOld paps fyr for sale al- r this office gfLufQ FOR RENT Flat of 3 roolns with water and gas corner oi Maple and Fairfax street App y to F H JACKSON or MRS IS G SYMPSON 3jl2t FOR SALE House of 5 rooms on Front street Poynterville Cash or easy payments Applyi WILL COPHER Kerrs mill 3l2t FOR SALE 100 feet of yard fence W A WHITCOMB 218 S IIgh land 31if FOR SALEA go ork horse ply at News ol or call Home phone 225t WANTED TO RENn shares acres land 6 acre tobacco 30 acres for corn ddress Y BOWEN Stanton 3421- WANTEDLied eneV tic roller and solicitor in Will jester S ary and commission tarried n preferred Address ft f Box 4 Lexington Ky 3431 See demonstration 01 ufeuy I Buckle at Currys bytrs K Moore Exin 334 trrF DO YOU WANT TO Gf 0 Cl puhavervlcollege p Write today for full he hnn crscdarshipAddress Robert J SherI ent2C East 22nd Street New at G2 ho- tWANTEDSuccess MngaUnc quires the services of a U Winchester to i subscriptions anAworbusinessods unusually effective Jut permanent prefer one with 11 pericnce but would consid se applicant with good natural lications salary 150 per djila S hereferences102 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