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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ji r r u- 7ditionlt llVOL 1 NO 124 KY MONDAY MARCH 8 1909 2 CENTS A COPT II CENTS A WEEK 11 i NERD GIf U0F W 0 w r 10 MEET HERE TUESDAY uslpond BiAnial Meeting Of Woodmen Of World To Meet At Court House Wooilinen Circle The Ladies Auxiliary Will Also Meet the second biannual meeting of f Head Campof the order of the Wood ofmenItcntiicky will convene in this city Tuesday morning at thc court house it10 oclock TIle Woodmen Circle which is the ladies auxiliary of the order will f hold thei annual meeting here at the same time and each incoming train Monday to the citv has borne dele e gates from all parts of the State and by the time the meeting is called to order Tuesday morning there will be fully 300 delegates in attendance The court house has been selected as the place for holding the meetings and the Odd Fellows hall will be used as the meeting place for the ladies auxiliary The meeting will be called to order promptly at 10 oclock by Col J H Brewer of Louisville Head Consulof the State Following will come the roll call of officers und the invocation by Rev C E Crafton of the Wash ington Street Presuylciian church and the address of welcome by Prof R M Shipp Superintendent of the J Public Schools and the response to f the address of welcome by lIon Ran rey T Vollof Murray Kentucky v TIe music for the oneninar ceremonies t will be furnished by the children of the city schools The meeting will be open and the public is extended a i cordial invitation to attend After the ooening exercises the va rious committees will be appointed fund the meeting wail then adjourn until 2 oclock in the afternoon when the rc ularroutine of business will i3v j be takeiturP The crack YoO Yodegreo team of the State of Louisville will arrivc Tuesday at noon for the purpose oti exemplifying the amplified protective degree whichwill take TJa 4jll the court house at 8 oclock in Ihe evening All the delegates and members will be iu attendance at thi s import ant degree meeting The election of Head Camp officers will be held at 10 oclock Wednesday morning and the public installation will take place at 8 oclock in the evening at which the public is cord ially invited to be present County School Superintendent Tanner who is a member of the Committee on Res olutions and chairman of the Com mitce on Arrangeemnts says that ev erything is in readiness for the meet ing and it promises to be one of the mot enjoyable meetings that Iras ever been held in the State is owthrand wealth of the order of this Wopd men of the World will not tie foinul tobe uninteresting inrconnoction wiCh this story V woiulcf nil increase in the mejrn bership of the olds in the State since the last meeting of the Mead Clamp whichwas held in Paducahin March 1907 has been noted there being 8549 members being introduced since the tome and more than 22000 since the order was first introduced in the State in 1897 The Sovereign Camp jurisdiction has a membership of over 439000 with an emergency fund of nine mil lion of dollars invested in govern ment school and municipal bonds with an carnimr capacity of 405000 annually It is said that there is no other order in America that has made the progress in the past nineteen years that the Woodmen have The Woodmen Circle thd ladies auxiliary of the order has a mem bership ofover 70000aida 1200 I thbWoodmen of the World erects a men iiineiit at the head of the grave of each of its deceased members in ad diHqii topayiiig It is the j6ny ladies ordern tlio world that allow npiie of their members to rest in an unmarked grave Mrs Emma 13 Manchester of Pni aba Neb the matchless leaderof ladies fraternities of the world is th Supreme Guardian Col Brewer says that he is per much pleased with the work that i being done in the Ste and spoke in L fVery lowing terms of the localcamp v says they are a sturdy en thus tf iastic lot of choppers andwtcs glA r tolthow tlintthey roulti so m insU i7tJrjgtlt f Wt w i 3Ti t 7 t J ti IJs b L = c f5 j f f i t iIF t k sy c S THE WINCHESTER NEWS t MRS AliCE FOGG PASSES AWAY Mother of Hon Finley E Fogg Suc cumbs to Consumption at Age of FiftyEight Special to The News MT STERLING Ky March 8 Mrs Alice Fogg widow of C C Fogg formerly of this city diedat Cov ington today of consumption TIC deathwas sudden She was fifty eight years old and is survived by six children lInn Finley E Fogg State Prison Commissioner being one of them NEW BANKING INSTITUTION UNDERTAKENIN XINGTON Dr Willis is Chosen As 7irman of Board and Financial Commit tee is Selected The Bank of Kentucky will be the name of the new banking institution recently undertaken in Lexington by a coterie of young banking men who at the present are residing in various towns adjacent to Lexington The name was selected at a meeting of the stockholders held in room 407 in the City National Bank building Sat urday morning f The Board of Directors of the new bank were selected at the same meet in Cat followsBoard of Directors Fon Rodgers cashier Pikeville Na tional Bank and resident of the Elk horn Consolidated Coal Company Pikeville Ky Lon Rodgcrs cashier Farmers National Bank Milton Ky YoL Franklin cashier Farmers National Bank Glensboro Ky Dr J C Willis director and one of the founders of the Franklin Bank in Louisville Lexington Ky Judge Matt Walton director Phoe nix National Bank and Security Trijst Company Lexington Ky C W Bell State Commissioner of Insurance Frankfort Ky YoH Lane Kentucky Manager National Life Insurance Company of Vermont Winchester Ky Thomas M Owbloj president Transylvania Printing Company Lex ington Ky VJ E Eastin manager Elmendorf Stock Farm Dairy Lexington Ky Dr Willis Chairman Div Willis was chosen as Chairman of the Boardand a Financial Coni mittee composed of the following gentlemen was selected Dr J C Willis Thomas W OwsleyJ A Eastin Fon Rodgers and Lon Rodgers The officers of the bank will be selected at a meeting of the board to be held this Quarters for the new bank have not yet been selected Several down town sites arc under consideration Those interested in the new bank ex pect to make it one of the best in stitutions in the city NEGRO ELECTROCUTED Special to The News SING SING March 8William forethe murder of Lluellyii at Heinpstead Li LECTURES JO BE GIVEN givenItit tlie court d r the jiuspices ottiiejviiiehester High School The andfweekeno admission charged and those desiring ansy Two Views of Romance f depandilaec the reit cotor r l it tt f tr ifI E H GARY HEAD OF STEEL CrBPOEATIOH WHO STUNNED RIVALS AND THE MARKETi BY I CUT IN PRICES The cut In structural steel prices promulgated by E H Gary head of the directorate of the United States Steel corporation caused a drop in certain stocks in Wall street almost equal to the panic of 1907 However while WalT street was bearishly affected the steel cut and the announcement that the trust would make a sweeping fight for business brought joy to builders and realty investors all over the country The cut in prices is regarded as tho advance agent of a big building boom lu many parts of Ute country building came to a stop after the last panic and has not yet assumed normal proportions FORMER COUNTY CLERK ENTERS APPEARANCE Goes to Circuit Clerks Office and Enters BondProtests Inno cence and Has No Fear of Trial LONDON Ky March 8Charles N Provence former County Clerkof Laurel county and at present em played as a Clerk in the office of State Auditor James at Frankfort who was indicted by the Laurel county grand jury for forgery in issuing fraudulent claims while he was clerk in 1905 came in Saturday from Frankfort and entered his appearance He went to the Circuit Clerks office and executed bond with L B Mc Cargue and George C Moore as sureties He protests his innocence and says he has no fear of the final re sult Before the close of the Circuit Court here a special term was called for the first Monday in April to try the case STEAMERS BURNED f Special to Tlie News li GALLIPOLIS Ohio March The steamers Emma Marie and J M Bowell were destroyed by a fire at the mouth of the Great Kanawha this morning RAILROADS WIN IN COURTS Special to The News KANSAS CITY Mo March 8 Railroads win fight against twocent faro and maximum freight rates Judge McPherson Federal District Court is holdine rates fixed by the State Confiscatory Eighteen lines nvolved brl Must Reieia Part 3fV8y rce to 1 man after he has Jo wfallt1N H tin Beechr1 j iIa1-4 t A A t Vi1V PROTESTANT CHURCHES DAMAGED BY FLOOD Catholic Church in Taylorsville is Only One Which With stands Flood TAYLORSVILLE Ky March 8 All the churches here except the Catholic church which is situatedon the knoll were inundated and dam ZLgC1 so that they arc unfitted for use as places of worship The pews were overturned the or cans Hooded and the carnets covered with a deposit of mud four inches or more in depth The plastering is falling iii places from the thoroughly soaked walls and in the Methodist church a part of the floor was wash ed away TRIAL IN MURDER CASE UNFINISHEDG- reat Public Interest Shown on c x count of Peculiar Heinous ness of Crime JACK ON Ky March 8 Contrary to general expectation the Jeff Davis murder trial was not completed yesterday Commonwealths Attorney Kash not hosting completed his argument on behalf of the State until 430 the hour for adjournment This necessitated lading the jury over l There is great public interest in this trial on account of the peculiar heinonsrfess of the crime Andrew Bush the lush who was slain was sitting peaceably before the fire at home on Christmas Eve and at the Moment he7 as shotTCs playing a musiqal instrui tit tije assassin fir ing ii the 4rkcress outside f v n Uvs t f ii t7fir STEAMER OAKLAND WITH COAL FLEET STRIKES PIER Four Barges Laden With Pittsburg Coal Are Sunk Near Henderson HENDERSON Ky March SThe steamer Oakland with a coal fleet of fifty barges bound of New Orleans struck pier No 4of the Henderson bridge Saturday sinking four barges laden with Pittsburg coal The fleet had the services of the tug Isabella of Evansville to assist in passing the bridge but the swift current and large tow caused the fleet to dash into the pier The barges sunk in front of the city wharfboat The entire fleet cut loose at the time of the collision thereby saving several barges from destruction This makes nine barges to be in two days from collision at th bridge The John A6 Wood lost fiv thousandIued at 6000fh BIG PAPER ISkV ISSUED AT SEATTLE Hustling Convention City is Place of Next Meeting of N E A A copy of the Seattle ton Times consisting of was recently received by the management of the Lexington Herald They certainly do things right in Seattle The members of the Executive Committee of the National Edi tonal Assciation at their recent meeting in Kansas City selected Seattle for ibo next meeting of the association W better selection could have beeftlMfhie i O I i J J LAIRS BEGIN- TALKINGTODAY Cooper Trial Reaches Its Argument ive StageWho Fired the First Shot Nashville Tenn March SWho fired the first shot and the question of what were the Coopers doing on Seventh avenue the street which Senator Carmack had to traverse about the time he was in the habit of going to his apartments are the two points that will be hotly contested In the arguments which will begin today inI the CooperSharp trial Mrs Charles Eastman who is the only witness to the shooting aside from the principals and over whose shoulder practically the shots were fired has sworn positively that Sena tor Carmack began to fall from theI bullet wounds which killed him before he had Jbis revolver fairly drawn On the other hand Colonel Cooper and Robin swear that Carmack fired first and was preparing to fire again when Robin began to work the deadly automatic pistol The defense built up a strong ex cuse for the presence of the Coopers upon Seventh avenue the afternoon of Nov 9 It proved by Judge J C Bradford Adjutant General Tully Brown Governor Malcolm R Patterson and both the Coopers that as the Coopers left the Bradford office a few minutes before the tragedy and after the memorable conference at which Colonel Cooper agreed to drop the quarrel or leave its settlement to mutual friends Governor Patterson call ed General Brown on the telephone Brown says the governor asked for Colonel Cooper that he went out and called the colonel back from the street and that the colonel came back and talked to the governor over the telephone The governor says he ask ed Colonel Cooper to come to his mansion in 25 minutes The defense says it was while the Coopers were going there that the meeting oc curredBut Mrs Blake a stenographer and Charles Hayden a prominent busi ness man swear that when Colonel Cooper left the office after the con ference he was not called back by anyone Both sat in the outside of fice which was the only means of In gress and egress from or to the Brad ford private office In which the con ference was held And further Miss Daisy Lee Judge Bradfords private secretary swears that not only was the colonel not called back to the tel ephone by General Brown or anyone else but that there was no incoming telephone call during that conference or after it until she heard Colonel Coopers voice sayHIs that you Jim Well Robin has killed Car mack It was her duty to answer the telephone and she swears no call could come In without her knowledge She did however hear Colonel Cooper at Judge Bradfords suggestion call up the governor but did not hear what was said Under the laws of Tennessee a threat communicated to a person justifies the latter in killing the maker of the threat provided only that the latter commits some overt act when the parties meet In this connection it may be interesting to quote Judge Harts comment in ruling on the admissibility of testimony tending to show that Colonel Cooper after the conference had agreed to let the quarrel rest until settled by mutual friends The Judge said There Is no denial that Colonel Cooper made threats There is no denial that these threats were com municated to Senator Carmack There Is no doubt that Colonel Cooper com- mUted an overt act when he turned around on Seventh avenue and sought the senator Now had Senator Car mack killed Colonel Cooper it would doubtea case of justifi Insteaddproper to show that Colonel Cooper had abandoned his threat to kill Car mack If Cooper had been killed and Carmack were on trial it would not be proper to show this cause because Carmack had no knowledge of the change of mind on the part of Coop er Missouri River Subsides Vermillion S D March 8 All danger of an overflow of the MIs- souri river here ended when the big ice gorge which held for seven hours went out The gorge was 15 feet high and extended a mile straight across the river and three mills up stream Patient Leaps From Window Washington March 8 Lieutenant Commander James H Reid U S N leaped from a second story window of the naval hospital where for two weeks he had been under treatDlent and was seriously if not fatally Urn lured 4 fI y t 0 f J kE74 c irK r i t t TilE WEATMER- S14wxra l r tltllt Partly a VCirHciowy J WINCHESTER r all6tlieVcaiiriS weekl 11it SundayS Washings CONGRESS MAy- BE REAL BUSY Members Object to Wittini Fr Tug iff IhportPlatl11ft prove Time Washington Marok sMiin efts gress meets on the lath tastant xpes the call of the presideat ooastd r a revision of the tariff there will he no constitutional restrictions upom the nature of business that cay ke transacted It is generally conceded that at least two months will be required for the houfe of represents tines to conclude consideration of ait the schedules Involved in this legisla tion The house itself will sot receive the bill for some weeks as th committee on ways and means will require considerable tint to report the measure During this long perm the senate will have nothing to do Ik respect to the tariff and even after the bill leaves the house it will be lathe hands of the committee oni finance for some time before the Bea ate actually gets possession of it aaC the debate begins Then will begin a long wait by the house of repreaea tatives until the senate amendments can be known and conferees appoint ed to bring about an agreement upon them This procedure will result 1a each house having to remain in session with nothing to do In relation to the tariff covering a period of a couple of months Threti l iayBji tue extent of a recess that nay kV takea by either body sV In view of ihe xtl dedperiod of Inactivity that wpuld face each koua should nothing iVcoartidered except the tariff many senators are conaick ering the a 1i illi of entering upon othet ligislattoWlaicthey be lies a ought to beifesjifd la thae to send it over to thea louse when that body has disposed ot I bill and will only have toiWai tR fiewate action on the tariff atps oC pos tal savings bankbVitaYe talked of the possibility of shoji a policy baling adopted ever since they became aware of theiritfablllty Jto secure leg islation in the last sessioa rf coa gross There are sdariy advocates of a change of date Jir the inauguration from March 4 until a later day when favorable weather is likely to prevail Sentor Depew took the first legislative step in favor of making such a change when Jie introduced a resolu tion proposing f amendment to the constitution tb change the date of the inauguration from March 4 to the last Wednesday ill April The presldentBveto of the ceases bill makes mandatory some action to provide for the ehunieratioa of the thirteenth cinlusAlna while legisla tion might be delayed until early next winter some of those who are Interested in this subject believe the extra session would give an admira ble opportunity to dispose of It The extra session is sure to bring forth a deluge of bills in both houses and as senate committees are organ ized for business there need be no delay in getting to work If he pre vailing sentiment favors action ba special matters In the house of representatives it is understood that only the committee on ways and means Is to consider tarn legislation and on the census to frame a bill for the enumeration of the next census ia addition the committee oa rules and accounts will be appointed so that any additional legislation requiring committee action could be procured only by a change la this program LOEB TAKES DEPARTURE Leaves Washington Today and Will Tackle New Job Tomorrow Washington March SWilllata Loeb Jr who was named by President Taft as collector of the port oC New York left Washington today He will take charge of the NeW York customs house tomorrow morning Mr Loeb has been detained here uperim tending the removal of some of Mr Roosevelts personal effects and their shipment to Oyster Bay Express Derailed In Yards Easton Pa March 1TheNe York express on the Lehlgk Valley was wrecked in Paokerton yard 42 miles west of this city The list two sleepers were shaken up but railroad officials here declare BO oae was hart in fact that some even slept through the excitement The pasceBgers were transferred to the other ears amd tIt train after a delay of If ralautes proceeded oa its way to New York Lear ii His Death New York March t Ckodslig bertween death by fire which bad driven him out of hill btaziBg teen and onto the narrow ledge of hisVwlaiow D- dII jump of threw stories to the sida wal1cDH1ilf Rea JumiHHt aadI was alBMit iMtaBtly killed y strik Jngheidfrirsteu aa iraallist ff1 11 fo TTft tt Joi t rf 9 Kf r i i r ltr st av1y 2 j t r F- c t o j J ii f tifV pa Tv THE WINCHESTERNEWSt lt X J DIRECTORY r T Kentucky According tdtlrb last census Ken tuckyhas population of 2147174 Tbe area is 40 400 square miles 400 of which is water iThe streams within the State abarule head in the inlLNmthwesterlydirectionjt1 struction of raUroa land the development of manyJyears The early Tailrpacte were built from the East and Wont over the more level territories ftbrlti of the Ohio River and Soiifh of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was- only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in creased Itwould seem that kind provided cV has held in reserVe our almostpiaeihaustibleiitil ities until a tihie wneri they arc most needed by the country Our supply isLome We have coal area of over fifteen thousand square inllfesvJ Other min erals await de elopftent = Natural gas an y in quantities are lemgiveloped in niany localities There are noWre bad people in Kentucky than in other States in proportion to population Good people regardless of politics or religion are always welcome Clark County Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop rty including franchises 12004 370 Tax ratefor all county purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has ex tensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across the countyChesapeake Ohio Louisville Nashville and Lexington ct Eastern Blue Grass isa natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and clover can be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain crops Tobacco is raised in large guantjtiiis XAil fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profit The census of 1900 gave the popu lation at 16694 Circuit Court First Monday in April second iloaday September first Monday in December J M Benton Judge B f A Crutchef Attorney Cdutity Court Fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court Third Tuesday in each month County Offlfcrs yj H Evans Judge S A Jeffries Attorney f P Etbwjird Hkmiptohi Sher V Ike Evans Deputy V f John Bedford 3i A Boone County CrkV SanLP weli Dtpnty Clerk W T Fox Circuit Clerk Assessor i nnWlTiTR i J W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the PeaceiFirst district JC Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Foiirth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F F Goodpaster Seventh district Eon EWills Winchester County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Popuiation census 1900 5964 The city has overaped the corporate limits and ow has population of near ten thou sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Licking Rivers has water works elec brio street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at Winchester The fire de partment is one of the best in the State propertyThe tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty cents for city and fifty cents for schools The C0LNand L E railroads center at Winchester the shippingfacilities cation forfactories New concerns are given five years exemption from taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasuro in giving information 6y Officers tT A Hughes Mayor S B Tracy Clerk FJ H Haggard Attorney F P Pendleton Judge Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor ent I Brinegar Coroner N H Witherspoon Treasurer Police ChiefMal Tarpy DeputiesCarral AzbiD Albert Tanner John Ballard Board of Council First ward Shirley Hadden1 W P Hackett Second wardA no Martin T L ToddThird wardDoc Pigg J Q Boone Fourth wardJD Jones Fifth wardG D McCullum SiJ Binelli Board i0f Education- G W Strother President C H Rees Secretary H W Scrivener Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cornett W A Adams J 1C Allan James Hisle Zena Bruee FosterFire AR Baldwin Chief Jno W Hardinc Secretary Frugal Wife v A sick peasant motions feebly to his wife to approach his bedside and whispers painfully I think my dear l could fancy a little brothUMy dear what do you want of broth Hasnt the doctor just given you up American Burial Caskets In Demand American burial caskets In consid erable numbers J now exported to various foreign countries including the West Indies sad South America and England South Africa and Aus tralIarTRY A NEWS WANT r APY RT E T 0 4o NO COMPROMISE WITH TRUTH Absolute Sincerity In AH Things Marks Men of Standing Sincerity is made up of two words sine and cerosine without and cere wax without wax And it means absolutely pure transparent The human mind is constructed for truth telling This is its normal condition and under the exercise of true living ami true thinking the character becomes strong and robust Wholeness completeness comes into l5inceritybutthe mind into expressing deceit it be comes abnormal and works all sorts of liarm to the character I have In ml da very brilliant writer who exchanges his talent for cash in political campaigns He has campaigndocumentsfor the lack of sIncerity in his character so discottnt his personality and ability that he has no standing as a man He is recognized as a brilliant writer but as a man totally without convic tionsThere is something in the wind It self which thrives upon sincerity and which protests against all that is false against all sham Nothing ever quite satisfies this longing but absolute truth The mind quickly becomes sickly and weak when forced to ex press what Is false Orison Swett Harden in Success Magazine EVDfTLYWASNT A LINGUIST Lawyers Question Brought Truth from Puzzled Witness An Irish lawyer who used to have an extensive practice In the criminal courts of New York was once engaged to defend a Jew charged with setting fire to liis store He felt so confident of beng able to have his client acquitted that he put hUn on the witness stand Now my good man he began re member you are on your oath You stand here charged by the people of the state of New York with a terrible crime I want you to look the jury men In the face and tell them you are not guilty of this cowardly deed Are youor are you not guilty of this charge of arson The Jew who had never heard the word arson used before and thinking it was some new charge tried to save himself In a thoroughly frightened tone he answered No chudge your honor I am not guilty of arson All I done vos to make der fire Our Serious Young Men Ono of the things that strikes me as sb very curious about your young remarked a visitor from Canada Is the expression of extreme seriousness that they wear when entering or leav ing a place Hike this and he waved his hand as If to take In the restaur ant at one comprehensive sweep Since I have been sitting here proba bly twenty young men nice hearty looking lads have passed us and they all have worn the same expression as If the responsibilities of running the whole world were on their shoulders Not one of them has smiled al though they were in parties clearly out to enjoy themselves and as for laugh ing that seems unheard of What on earth is the matter with them do you think Nietzsche and the Invalid An invalid lady who often met Nietzsche found him the gentlest kindest and most sympathetic of men He implored her with tears In his eyes not to read his books Such was his knowledge of women that he was thunderstruck to find shortly afterward that the lady at once proceeded to read them all He was further stupefied by tho discovery that having read them she was utterly unmoved by the philosophers unanswerable demonstrations that feeble persons like herself had no right toUye and thatwomen were distinguished by this that and the other objectionable at tribute It must have been a blow to him IArtRebellion John Henry sharply spoke Mrs VickSeen theres a young man that comes here about five nights in the week to see Bridget and I want you to tell him to quit coming right off Alvira said her husband youve been running this house for 16 years and I have never disputed your authority in all that time but this Is where I kick I am going to assert my man hood If ypu want to stop that big strapping twofisted young man from coming here to seo Bridget by the great horn Alvira youll have to do it yourself Football In Olden Times What would be thought today of a game of football In which 500 or players were engaged on each side and how would we like to be in the thick of it when teams of this number werejushing after the ball When we remember also that few rules gov erned the play and that moreover a proportion of the players were horsemen the events that marked the progress of the game must have been of sufficiently stirring a character to satisfy the most greedy seeker after excitement His Opinion of ltt Did I understand you tos asked bliss Woodby that youdontgain for society at all Quite so replied Crabbe Society is simply a silly school In which every nobody is taught to try to be some body Catholic Standard and Times i tT j l VALUABLE POSTAL INFBiMATIOM il S McKinley ot Orient Ohio president of the Ohio State League of Postmasters has prepared and is sued the following information with regard to the postal service and how the people may help When ydu address your letters or cards with a lead pencil see that the address is plainly written Most let ters lost arc improperly addressed you had better use a pen and ink When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the town correctly Many postofliccs have similar names Dont write sin for Cincin nati or Col for Columbus When you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and postmark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur your address Do not put writing in newspapers- r packages if you do the matter be comes firstclass mail and you must pay letter postagetwo cents an ounce or you are liable to a fine of 10 Written or typewritten letters plac ed in unsealed envelopes are subject- to the same rate of postage as when sealed two cents an ounce Post cards in transparent envelopes will gout the rate of one cent if unsealed provided there is nothing more Ilia uthfl address of the one to receive it and the name of the sender sWEip must be placed on envelope and not on card when en closed in transparent envelope Post cards containing writing and inclosed in transparent envelope whether sealed or unsealed must bear a twocent stamp and the stamp must be placedon the envelope in stead of the card Send money by postofllce money order for if it is sent in this manner if lost in the mails the Post Office Dc partment will issue you another order Send valuable papers or merchandise by fir tcltss registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 25 Patrons of post mce can get better service by renting a box If you have a box the postmasters work is light ened and your mail is not handled or looked over like it is in the general delivery ThD Post Office Depart ment makes great conveniences for you so do not hesitate to help in re turn When you mail a letter orp package see that it is substantially done up The rapid handling of the mails some times destroys a poor envelope or covering of a package nod your mail is thus lost You should put your name and postofficc on the package and if not delivered it will be raiurned to you but you will have to repay the post age unless it is firstclass When you move to another post office notify the postmaster from your fotm postoffice to forward your mail and notify the publishers of your papers that you have chang ed your postoffice Letters from the pension agency can be delivered Only to the person to whom addressed or to some mom ber of his or her family especially authorized to receive the mail If you have friends visiting you have their mail set in your care Use an ordinary size envelope and have on it your return card if it is not delivered it will be returned to you and not go to the Dead Letter Office as thousands of letters do If you receive a letter by mistake and it is not yours dont open it but return it promptly and if you do open write on envelope opened by mistake and sign your name Fright Results in Paralysis An engineer at a paper works at EsBonne France recently pushed Ian other employe Into a big dye tub for a Joke When tho victim had changed his clothes ho returned to the works and setting the engineer made as though to drop him over the para pet on the second floor Tho engineer was so frightened that paralysis en sued the whole of his right side being seized His condition is very grave Life If you sit around any particular store or office a good deal you can bet you are unpopular at that particular store The proprietor growls about you to his friends and would like to get up the nerve necessary to give you both barrelsrAtchisoif Globe THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the pois oned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writ es his mother seven bottles of Elec tric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disordeis and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Only 50c Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company SUBSCRIBE FQRf THE c NEWS ShallW DmanBe Given the Ballot1 I iI fJr 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 entitled Her Iifii Vilely By BRAND WHITLQGK in which this proposition plays a prominent part It is an entertaining tale of love and politics which will be published in this paper tie OPENING CHAPTER WILL APPEARS SOON READ IT AND YOU WILL WANT TO FOLLOW the STORY TO the FINISH 1 WOULDNT YOU BE DISGUSTED if a cold storm camo along and caught you with not a scuttlofnl of coal in your cellar It is likely to happen too He ready for auy old kind of weather by having us send you up somo of our clean nouklijikcr coal Then if yon neck it youll have it Youll have use for it some day anyway Our Cow and Chicken Feed Leads Them All J R Martin Coal and SupplyCo As Success Is Measured Success Is measured by appropriate service Widdw OCallaghan made a success In life so did the mother In the Birds Christmas Carol so did the mother of Tiny Tim Success means filling a useful place in so ciety4 A Witty Revivalist A revivalist in Carterville enlivens his addresses with such anecdotes as this An old womau shouted In the revival Her husband said I felt like going through the floor She replied And I felt like going through the roof Each was attracted home Kansas City Star Begin Your Work By all means begin your folio even If the doctor does not give you a year even if he hesitates about a month make one brave push and seft what can be accomplished Ina week It Is not only in finished U that we ought to honor ndertakingsI A spirit lioes out of means execution which outlives the most untimely endRobert Louis Stevenson The Realm of the Possible The relin of tho possible was given to man to hope and not to fear in If in sorrow the thought strikes you that we are punished for our sins mourn for them and not for the happiness which they have prevented Rather thank God that he has stopped us in time and remember his promises of restoring us if we profit by his chastlseme1tCharles Kingsley TRY A MEWS WANT I u V TJ tEf1jr 11 J7 r Well Mend the Wheel so that it will be as good as new if you send your carriage here No matter how badly damaged it may be we can restore it if anyone can Our repairing is growing more pop ular among carriage owners every day Do you think that would be the case unless our vork was more than unusually good T STROTKER SCOTT Origin of Simon Pure Simon Pure is a character in Mrs Centlivres comedy A Bold Stroke for a Wife He fell in love with a charming girl and after being coun terfeited by an Impostor succeeded in establishing his Identity proving him self to be the Simon Pure The expression then came to be used to mean the real article or something genuine Jimmy Knew When to Start My son Jimmy came home from school yesterday crying as if his heart would break For heavens sake stop it onI commanded Did you yell that way all the way down the street Nno he sobbed I started when I got to th front door Cleveland Leader rr Had Evidence In Hand South Australias assembly witnessed a dramatic scene recently Dur ing a debate the prime minister stateii that some gamblers had cut off a comrades finger because he had joined the salvation army A member questioned the truth of this state ment when the prime minister aston ished tho house by dramatically stretch ing forth his hand with a bottle In it exclaiming Here Is tie finger and the deposition accompanying it r All Explosive Theres a paint shop around the corner on First avenue thats just as full as can be of all sorts of explo sives said the east side woman Naphtha kerosene turpentine and do you know what else theyve got tffcro A crosseyed girl clerk Its tempting Providence New York Press SuB CRiB FOJC THE NEWS a tf rhr rfti l rrfP f CALL ON NEiSONJheTransferMan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Might Phone 339 CoBtoriglit Transfer and lee Co Crating Handling and HauRI Fur Initure Pianos Etc a Specialty 19 North Main Street Bett es WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY- M GG H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Rcpalrri DRY CLEANING MID- dYElidG A SPECIALTY N W Cor Main and Fnirfny HA3AN ASOLlNEELIqIIiPS SIMPLE I RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG CD INCORPORATED WINCHESTER ICY PROFESSIONAL CARDS r J M STEYiTlSOH Attorney At Law eo S Main Winc he JocKY I trNDLETON VK BTHft Attorneys At Law ut S Main St Winches JCv t fiI i GILBERT FEZ FOR BOTTO It J Fresh 6 Cured Meats j Fish Vegetables Country Produce IBOTH PHONES OPERA SOUSE BL- OCKGARAGE f Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage witha nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas a- WhChesterIK I Cor Broadway and Highland First Mention of Playing Cards The earliest direct mention of play ing cards discovered so far Is in the History of the City of Vitorbo7 The author quotes Covolluzzo who wrote about the end of the fifteenth century as foUowsOlIn the year 1379 was brought into Viterbo the game of cards which comes from the country of the Saracens and is with them called naib Wasteful Philanthropy Buddie thinks hes done something awfully funny and s art said lily mother but ho hasn t Look heret Hes taken all the buttons I had in my work basket wrapped them up in pa per and thrown them down to the lit tIe Dutch band in the court to make them think they were pennies It makes me tired There were about a dollars worth of buttons there Whole Race Condemned A native of Annam IndoChina sen tenced In Paris for theft wrote the following apology to his employer All Annamltles whether emperors mandarins secretaries literary men and others are born thieves It is a grave and deadlly complaint and there Is no cure for it I know people do not like thieves in France but it cannot be helped Looks That Are Deceptive Dont trust the fellow who huV i f vacant look in a poker jam He s irally has a full OOUMPhUatlelw z Record 1 YI3 9IJS f9ft Jijg t r itfr f J 1 r 4 t THE WINCHESTER JEWS d a TJ tine Fleets i Return 1j tIncidents of the WelcomeG- aoaGGQCOGQOGGQGGGQGOQGC of the few ONE In In con nection with the return ofthe great battleship fleet and Its welcome home at Hampton lloads was the arrival of the Georgia with her former commander Edward S Qual trough restricted to his quartets as TEMMIK M POTTS n result of his court martial and sentence for Intoxication while In the Mediterranean Th of fleer who succeeds tiaptaln Qualtrough In command of this battleship Tcmpllu MorrIS Potts receives n special com pllmeiit In being placed in this post as there were a number at excellent of fi ers of commander rank who might 1 have l cen chosen for It He is a na the of the District of Columbia anil entered the navy In June 1872 He roacheft the grade of commander In 1D04 Captain Potts has seen seven teen of sea uty and was In the Santlagocanipafgn during the Spanish war He figured in the Sampson Schlcy Inquiry subsequently one of the witnesses concerning the points in controversy at that time c A pleasantsurprlse awaited the com mander of thebatUcshlp Minnesota Captain JF Hubbard when the fleet under Admiral Sperry Including the warship named came to anchor In Hampton Roads amid the booming of aprcsldentlal salute In honorof the good record made by the vessel on the globe circling cruise the people of d CAPTAIN HUBBJUUJ AND THE MINNESOTAS PUNCH BOWL Minnesota through their legislature expended 10000 for a splendid silver servlce to be presented the ship on Its return home It 4s said to be the finest ever given an American fighting yes sel JThe presentation was one of the many pleasant incidents in connection with the fleets homecoming Ther cruise of the battleshlpfleet af forded an extended opportunity for trying out the several new devices for c IlInunlcatlonat sea between ships The IneiEhods includo the semaphore the submarine signal boll the wireless telegraph and the radiotelephone which Is also operated without wires Each of these has proved successful from various viewpoints Tho semaphore is operated by apprentice boys during the day and at night electrically lighted arms have Thisisupcrscd d the wigwag system which is now used rarely except with a white flag for unofficial business rttiypyage around the world there are many times when life at sea grows to bo a bit monotonous especially when as In the case of the American A DKIIiIi ON DECK warshiPs t long routes aire taken in the cruise from port to port The sailor lads off the American battleship fleet dldnot have much opportunity to grow lazy however or to get flabby muscles for lacK of exorcise as there were fre Qtfent drills and other features of naval discipline The officers sought to keep both men and ships in tile best possible lighting condition throughout tho cruise and bad the big force un der Rear Admiral Sperry met an ene my on the homeward trip across the Atlantic instead of the friendly fleet ArIfnoldmhlclJ the men Behind the guns could have given the hostile vessels all they want 1ed I 1i 7 t REV EW1THWIG His Work In Connection With thr Antiopium Fight In Chine The Key E W Thwhag secretary for Chhia of tho International reform bureau has been an influential factor In the work accomplished by the anti ShanghaiII international reform bureau prior to its meeting to prepare the way for acr tlon by It looking toward abolition of the opium curse Mr CDhwJLng was sent toShanghai by the btireau IrilflOS to act as Gbiuese secretary and In that capacity to laid in the suppression of tho opium traffic In the Chthsecthpire und the Philippines and to prevent substitution of other evil habits for that of opium smoking No recent reforms arc worthy to be compared In point of widespread effect with those ofsuppression of the KEV E W 7HT7IHa opium traffic and abolition of opium smoking now so nearly accomplished The congress which has been holding its sessions in Shanghai under presidency of the heroic bishop of the Philippines EPiscopalj Rev Charles H Brent has out many startling facts as to the prevalence of the evil among millions of people and its degrading results The Chinese Imperial decree declared that the habit of hitting the pipe had pauperized to a greater or less comImercla1 therefore assumed extraordinary importance The fact that opium smoking has been on the Increase in the United States gives especial interest xohibltIng 4 AHNERIZA The Leader ofthe Young Turka Party In the Sultans Domain The developments in the direction of self government among the Turks naturally excite interestxand attention in the United States which is the country standing foremost in the eyes of the world as the Champion of freedom and popular government The assembling of the first Turkish parlia ment was followed not long afterward as might perhaps have been expected by the fall of the first ministry formed under the new constitution headed by the grand vizierKiamil Pasha The chamber of deputies directed AhImed to appoint III place of Kiamil Pasha a prime minister possess iutr the confidence of the chamber This was an over vieAHMEDYoung Turks party They have long distrusted the grand lzl lJwho though he has fought and suffered for the constitutional principle did not move quite fast enough for them He hadN shown favor to the other and more conservative branch of the reform par ty the Liberal Union The Young Turks party calls itself the cdmmlttee of union anti progress Klamir Pasha suspected the committee of conspiring to overthrow the sultan and establish a military dictatorship under Prince Yussef IzzedDln eldest son of the lath sultan To counteract or forestall it he caused changes in the Which brought on a tempest In the parliament and led to his being denounced by the Young Turks as a re actionary He resigned and the sultan charged Hilmi Pasha with the formation of a new cabinet Ahmed Rlza Is regarded as the offi clnllcatfcr of the party now in control in the government He was born in Constantinople and In early life clev6t ed himself to the education of his countrymen along liberal and pro gressive lines This got him lntotroulble with the government to Paris where for twenty years hfr edited the Mechverel devoted to political reform among his countrymen He returned to Constantinople but did not remain long and for some yqars continued in Paris and other European cities his efforts in behalf of reform movements The success of these mover merits resulted in his return home On assuming office as president of the chamber of deputies he expresaed the that the new parliament wouldnoi mistakes find address It self chiefiyUo reform of the finances if f J fS2 I AVjIGFIN SCIENCE CARNEGIE INSTITUTION PAYS 530 FOR YEARS WORK Important Astronomical Discoveries Am Mentioned Among the Results of 1908 in Research Conduct v ed In Many Fields Vashlngton Great pro tess has stVuimusi tivery IIBJU ju vt stitutlbn of Wksihti during the year just closed according to the SOY enth year book of that institution just issued Nearly 500 persons are engaged In conducting scientific re searcli for which 63L3OO has Keen appropriated for this year shipIin Brooklyn and to be used for magnetic survey work In the Atlantic ocean have been completed A temporary observatory for measuring positions of fixed stars of the south ern hemisphere Is being built at Sttn Luis Argentina At the end of the fiscal year 00wtober 31 1908 120 Volumes ofrsearches In 19 different fields of ro search with an aggregate of mote than 30000 pages had been published and 27 volumes of researches wero in press In addition to these publica tions issued by the institution about 1000 shorter papers have been pub lished in tho current journals of the world by departmental investigators by associates and by assistants The total amount of funds appro priated for expenditure to Noveinb r 1 1908 was 3683840 which included 29392837 reverted and alter reap propriated The total amount expended was 335923617mDuring the last year the nutrition laboratory In Boston has been equipped and systematic Investlga lions are already in progress Tho sconstructionington at the southeast corner of SL teenth and P streets northwest was begun a year ago This building Is for administrative offices and the storage of records and publications and when completed will have cost about 220000 Work in the other departments ofnthe Institution has progressed rapidly and successfully The Investigations of Dr G E Hale director of the solar observatory on Mount Wilson Cal arc of great interest During thd year with the aid of his exceptional equipment certain discoveries with regard to sunspots have oeen mad which will probably provo of as great importanco to terrestrialarni molecular physics ns of solar physics The progress Inaugurated may bo confi dently expected to lead rapidly to sultsi department historical research work Upon manuscript materials for American history has been pursued in Francep Italy and England and next year will be extended to Germany Many re markable experiments and Investlga tions lire In progress under the Qe jdesertWEATHER MAKES US GREAT Ever Changing Atmospheric CondI- tions Produce Fine Americans New YorkThe American people owe their Indomitable spirit of enter prise to the everchauglng atmospheric conditions of tho United Sfates according to Willis L Moore director of tile weather bureau at Washington wjio made this assertion in the course of unlversitylMr was not so erroneous as some peopleS Imagined and that it was the stant struggle against these shifting weather conditions that has been responsible for tho wonderful crop of intellectual men that has come from this region Alt the storms of the country seem to converge on the New England oastsald Mr Moore and the northwest winds that prevail bring down the Invigorating fresh air for both tho physical and mental man They may be said to provide the backbone for the American nation WRECKS HOUSE TO SAVE TREE Mrs Russell Sage Heeds Request of Womens Improvement Sbcietyl New YorkIn order to save one arge shade tree Mrs Russell Sage Is sacrificing a large fine house In Sag Harbor L L much to the gratification of tho residents Mrs Sage bought the old Seaman property for 10000 In order to build a public library Upon tho site in honor of her grandparents Col and Mrs John Jermam The house was to be removed but a few days ago It was discovered that it could not pass between the two hand some shade trees The Womans Village Improvement society called Mrs Sages attention to the fact that one tree would have 4o be cut down ft the house were moved Her response Was prompt and characteristic Tear down thd house and move it in pieces Farmer Raises 56Pound Turkey Morocco IndThomas Cantrell s farmer living north of this city claims the honor of htlvlng raised the largest turkey gobbler ever seen in this county Thfe gobbler weighed 56 pounds when Mr CantreCl sold tit and it was little more than a year old He sold seperargobblers that ranged in weight jfrni thirty to fortJe pounds s WHEKTHEWTO CHARGED Hugh Branscombe Woked enviously at Sidney Graves as the tatters new touring car hot down the village street with Myra Coleman on the seat beside him Graves hands tightened on The trlng wheel as he glanced at Braps- ornlIes six feet of sturdy manhood No one ever knew how bitterly Graves regretted his shortness of stature Graves was not a weakling There was bone and muscle In the five feet four Inches that constituted his earthly tenement but his slight build suggested lack of power and Branscombe had contemptuously referred to him as doll man The nickname stuck though It was never used by Graves himself And yet In some manner Graves had be come acquainted with his nickname and his sensitive spirit writhed under the slight he could not resent The nickname had done moro than ounded his pride It had In a degree him of confidence in himself preferimthis to the factjthat he was the possessor of a motorcar and was wealthy enough to gratify his love for autom oblling by purchasing the finest machine to be had He took a mournful satisfaction In delaying the day of Branscombes vic tory as long as possible but as to the ultimate result of the rivalry he never was In doubt Ho knew Myra too well to think that his greater possessions marriageLike of otoring and they had planned a run- to Falls Vlrtage some 20 miles away it could be done In an hour on the deserted river road but today the ma chine Was acting badly missing the park and finally coining to a stop altogether Patiently Sidney climbed down and raised the bonnet There seemed to- eu nothing the matter with the motors The sparking plugs were clean and the flow was regular It was not until he turned his attention to the battery con eetions that the cause of the trouble was located Inputting in a new battery his mechanic bad neglected to make a prOper connection jiffynowblow up John when we get back He s growing very careless Dont mind ine protested Myra Ive been having a perfectly lovely time watching you fuss about tho ma chine without even swearing once uIt Isnt that I didnt want to admitted Sidney frankly as he went forward to throw over the motor He grasped the crank and gave a heave At first the inotor remained cold but suddenly there was an ex loslon and the car shot forward Myra shrieked In terror and closed her eyes while she wafted for the Jolt that would tell her that the wheels had passed over Sidneys body but no olt came and she opened her eyes Graves had leaped to the bonnet when the car started and now he was climbing over the dashboard and had shut off the power The car slowed down with a suddenness that threw Myra against the dashboard then It stopped and Graves slipped to the road and regarded the car with aston Ishment UI could havo sworn that I shut off the clutch before I got out oftho car he said In puzzled tones Its one of the first things you learn You mean this lever asked Myra Sidney nodded- I am afraid that I might have moved that she confessed You seo I dont dare try to handle the car itsso big and powerful but white you were working over It I pretended to be running It and I guess I didnt realise that I left the car all ready to startup when you cranked it Graves chuckleU at the explanation Its all right ho a s eredUbut I never was so surprised in my life as when the car jumped at me It was ono lively half second I assure you uIt was a wonderful tIling that you jumped on the car Instead of aside she commented uI knew that you did not know how to run tho car ho said simply as he climbed back to the seat I knew that if it would only run straight for a mo ment I could climb over the bonnet and stop the power And in that moment you thought of me asked Myra wonderingly I think Id have triedio jump aside I would not have thought of anything else It was a splendidly brave thing to do Not bad for a doll man he said a little wistfully You heard that nickname she cried I think Its a shame Id rather be you than the man who gave you that name UNo one wants to be a little five foot runt he said nor wants onq he added softly You think that a woman judges a mans worth by his height asked Myrfti scornfully Do you mean that you might learn to care for me in spite of my size he asketi a ray of hope lighting his face Do you suppose that I go riding with you just because I like the auto demanded Myra scornfully Sidney shut off the power and the car stopped Myra looked at him in quirlngly I did suppose that your preference jvas fOrthe auto JwtTmgomgito Und out heexplainedasJhe took her hand i 1 t 0 j r UI1ll6Ol tJAiZlJft f AR42i D1J1roRDJ 2 Three thousand angora goats herded out on the brushcovered foothills of California are going to do some hard work for Uncle Sam during the coming two years beginning this spring The experiment will be unique both as a stock raising proposition and as an engineering and tree culture problem The little white animals whose lonk wool Is of such great Value aro going to be put to no less a task than con structlug mile after mile of fire line through the bushy chaparral growth In the national forests saving much la bor by the United States forest service engineers and making way for for estation by merchantable trees Not the least Important feature of the ex porlmerit which for the first two years bytheforesttisthey are doing a valuable work Plans for carrying on the work are outlined in a cooperative agreement drawn up by the forest service and the owner of a band of angora goats grazing on the Lassen national forest of California The scheme is to run fire Hnes parallel with the contour of the slopes by cutting trails about 80 rods apart These trails are to servo as guides for the angoras They will graze In each direction from the trails killing it Is estimated a strip of brush about 300 yards wide The wide lanes cut out and grazed by the goats will servo as Ideal fire lines In protecting tho forestcovered lands lying beyond and around the chaparral areas and aiso make a place for reproduction of merchantable trees For the past two years the government has been carrying on permanent improvements In the national forests on an extensive scale and the construction of fire lanes and trails has been one of the most important fea tures of the work The tzsk of clear Ing the ground and providing land for good forest trees is however perhaps the most important benefit expected to come out of the experiment The proposed work of the angora goats may finally solve tho chaparral problem which has been troublesome In the state of California for many years The bushy chaparral growth chokes out seedlings of valu able commercial trees which may get start and when dry is ono of the worst kinds of fire risks Often a small blaze which starts In it gains such headway in a few minutes as to travel hundreds of yards and lick Into valuable stands of merchantable tfm hey The protection to be afforded by the goatbuilt fire I may at last bring relietktifistte which in tile past hst Iiad r 1t nfull share of timber loss tir ugh destruc tive forest fires At the sftine time bekilledgrowth of good trees that prolludcr lumber If proven successful at the end of two years the work will be carried to national forests in other sections whorp chaparral has choked out good forest trees and created a dangerous fire risk In connection with this effort of the government utilize thegoats In providing fire protection fOr forests it Is Interesting to note that the forest mediIests of the country The timber Is go ing fast Our annual requirements exceed 40000000000 feet of timber 100OOQCOO cross ties 4000000 cord of pulp wood besides greatT quantities ofbther form s of kiestpmduth such ffir kd f i + I h t lqIc1y2 7HFRD posts poles mine timbers ef The per capita consumption lumber It the United States was 215 board feet in JjOnebeen attacked With the exception ol Maine the New England states arE TUmberwhite pine saplings dpwn to six Inches In diameter The socalled Inexhaustible white pine forests of Michi gan are gone and millions of acres of cutover and burnedover land have gone upon the delinquent tax list Michigan supplied 23 per cent of the lumber production of the United States in 18SO and less than five pel cent of it In 1907 The value of the lumber production in Michigan since 1849 has been 5 per cent greater than the output ol gold In California and it has all take place without a thought for the future The cream of our hardwoods is gone and It Is becoming more and more difficult to get In sufficient quantity the high grades of oak yell w poplar ash and hickory that oui great manufacturing Industries require The souths once great supply of yellow pine is rapidly giving wa3 before the ax and saw fire and tornado Half a generation more will in most places see little but remnants left of the southern forests and ir that time the Pacific coast supplies will be heavily drawn upon Ours Is primarily a woodusing clvl llzatipn Despite the introduction ol substitutes for wood in tho form ol stone cement concrete and steel oui consumption of timber has constant increased from the earliest days uj to the present time The prices ol forest products have risen more rapidly than those of other commodities According to the reports of the bu roan of labor the quoted prices of the leading kinds of lumber on the Now York market have risen twice as much In the last ten years ns the average increase in all commodities This in dlcates that the supply of timber Is not keeping pace with the demand Rare Species of Fish There is at present an interesting exhibit In No 6 tank at the Brighton aquarium says the London Globe II Is something like a dogfish only much larger while In the niatter of sheei ugliness It stands unrivaled Its tech Asixpounds while its mouth looks large enough to take an elephant single handed The shark came into the possession of the aquarium in rathei a curious manner A man1nanu Lane of Brighton was fishing two miles off the Palace pier with long line when he felt a vicious tug at his hook Hr quickly hauled ID his slack and then the toper came tc light Mr Lane at once hurried ashore and placed the toper in his new home Kaisers Pet Dogs Well Cared For One of the sights of Potsdam is the kaiser f kennels where his majesty pet dogs are kept His favorites are four brown dachuhuncisIlexe Dachs Bella and Llesel They are always tri t ting about the emperors heels liJ his moments of relaxation andnotinfre quently accompany him when travel- Ing An Interesting kennel is kept at the Mon Bijou palace In Berlin It Is massive and has a roomy playground In front Itsdoors and windows are framed thick with Ivy There are a kitchen and cellar and tile whole concern is heated by hot water In the cookedforis a bath and the walls are decorated with pictures of the present and for mer Inmates of the kennel Americans Own Indian MicaMine An American company Is success fully operating a mica mine near Ito darma India on the East India rail wayabout 250 miles from Calcutta Several hundred hands are employed under a practical American mica mnn Out of Work Lived on AcornsICharged at Wlllesden England wi begging a homqless man said he been put of work for a kmg time UjI hd vcdckietly on acoDM Ji rI j yr l Z t if LL I v CHESAPEAKE OHIO nJ 4f t EtttfcwiMi yvI tiI No 28 Daily Ex Sn S 42 a I fNoNo 24 Daily 25P JIL lWestboKHd No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a No 21 Daily S 03 a W No 25 Daily Er Smnday 250 p 1 No 23 Daily 4S8 pl It LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Ii Southboud No 37CincinnatiKnxyilIe to4 J I tICNovNowith Cincinnati conectioii at Paths lrrives at 032 departs at 635 p uNo 31 CiuciiuiatiAtla ta 1hnitS1123 p m Q fTRAIN t No 34 AtlantaCincinnati limit 506amNo 10 StanfordMaysville loct conecting at Paris for Gincinnaf 723amSNo 38 KrioivilleCincinnjiti lo cal arrives 250j departs 25p n No 32 JacksonvilieCinciuflati limited 5 45 p m- All of these trains will stop at Win exceptISunday EXINGTON EASTERN R y4 COJ 1TimeCardEast Bound J 02l No4 Daily Daily Stations PMAaL 4v Lexington 2 25 735 Winchester 3 05 8 13 L E Junction 3201826- Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 QIO Campton Junction a430 fl38 Natural Bridge ci 4336 9 43 Torrent Wt r4 7Q56 Beattyvlle June dr5iln 1017 Athol uju 4537 11045 0 K Junction Ji 6M5 1115 rJackson AIrJu31Oti12O= Westbound iDallytailyf Sun I Nolt N lSI No5 113DIoc il PMIAM jv ackson 6 10 2 20 7 00 0 K Juno 6 S15 225 705 Athol 6 40 2 52 f 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 730 3 41 815 Natural Bridge i 7 45 3i55 826 Campton Junc Zt Ji57 828 Stanton 870 426 8 54 Clay City 82 435 902 L E June ti 9tOO i 07 934- 5j20Winchester 1 932 9 46 ArLexington 955 605 1025 iI iS THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionrTraujs Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton Junction Trails Noa lfl 2 3 and 4 will connect with thes ssengerStoBeattyville nctionTrains Nos and 4 will connection with the L 8 Railway for Beattyville Ky OiS K JunctionTrains Nos J and 4 will connect with the OKRailway for Cannel City Kv and way stations Mgr1nSHOE ECONOMY tt We are for shoe economy new and old Let us fit the old ones I now and haveyour measure tak r en for future also SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main 5t KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington Augus 9tlaj 6 days SS Rockcastle county August 3L8v3LV d aysSBourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Louisville SeptefiBlwc 13th 6 daysSLincoln county July 21 3 1yg Spencer county August 104 Says Mercer cOunty August 12 3 days Iox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky AugustJLO 3 days Shelby county Aucust 24 4 dajjai t4aygBooneIf secretaries of fairs will kwily furnish dates Try will wirry thee fie of charge t 1sTRYA MEWfeWAJif VEftrl T1 jqe rJ t it i- 7fI f i t f Y ft t Ffi = J f u THEW1CHTEHEWS TIE WINCHESTER MEWS I An independent Newspaper Published bytaI ihs Winchester t Incorporated it Office South Wain Street r Winchester Kentucky I IDaHy Except SuncayR Y Entered as sebondclas matter ilr ember 2Q 1008at the post office Ainchester Kentucky under the f March 3 1879 j SUBSCRIPTION RATES r f Carrier Deliery t JUf yetr Jlek f J vyabhr at office or to collect f week Mail Delivery year 300 uonths i 150 nonth 25 vble in advance L ADVERTISING RATES t v V DisplayPer Inch ha etimeVree times within one week 50 f f week continuodsly LOt 1 at calendar month 300 jo weeks four times a week 240 f our weeks three times a week 380 ur weeks two times a week 120 f uurweeksone time a week 75 Ciime 33months 10 pei V eat 6 months 25 per cent on i r 33 33 per cent x Reading NoticesPer Line t 5usiness notices body type 7raorc reading news headings 15 tI New Phone Ho 91 SATURDAY MARCH 6 1909 ii QUESTIONLh teJMPit JjIestionis thQ live Svireas ddge9arty as the otli fer In ttifc Jaat State election the ii RepubIieiTJ1t p1tfQin was P cidgeci to the passage of a County Fnit itcatcs for the oflv541jted by subsan tial Houses of bylithehe Republicans could not carry outh fits plaform but it is generally be lied that but for certain nianipu qfita United ta es Senator that the County Tgnltp hiflilcF have beer Bypassed with the help of the temper fanc n mJcl igI 2 l Gov Wi Is6If3Ir ositively declines to call an extra session of the Legisla tfture as requested by the temperance S fc peop1eqi fiiara large majority of the voters Kentucky will vote for tatewide prohibition if the Question is submitted The immedi Sate demands of the temperance people optionfIpe wise for the linuor people to agree to this proposition otherwise with gt+ The Sttttet wllbe the unit The tmistakettiat the whiskey people Jiave makfAig is i 1 laws intended fo tegulateiv k SEATORSWkO RETIRE v Of the men retiring from the Sen jatent least three arejnotable for the ipart they have played in making his Itory They are Senator Foraker phio f Senator Teller of Colorado taud Senator is Platt of New YorktOf tV three Senator Foraker who reiitfes after having served two terms far outranks the average of the Sen I ate in point of ability Quick re sourceful aggressive he was ad knowle ged jo be pie of the moat formidable debaters of1ii time int s 7 opposiJtiou to the Railway Rate billa fight ih which he met allthe bes braing of the Senate jcaused more alarm among the suppOrters of the Admin istration than any other single utterance His masterly methods were nqver howri to better effect than in connection with the Porto Rican bill Ttlhich neSmanaged during the last session under rcKi Iej1orhjs courage and persistence in upholding tlid cause of the negro sdldiersof the T entyfiftii Infantry he deserves great praise lfcyer a scrupulous pliticiai h Wkn the unpopu 7 i L Y F 14v- iV J la Frparent faults his enemies were able attack iiis motives and make cerL his return to private life MI Senator Teller it may be said that he personified Colorado better than any other man who has ever been in Washington Elected as 57T JJepublicanthirtytwo years agoII tke aamissionjof the eIt to the Union he has passed with it the of fiakiJev Butfno Senator has spqkeii with surer iG1 Yle4g 0 IP H 0 v g1fhe mining lanai and irrigation laws that so directly affect the West The people have resentfully b tlorneof a seat which he merely occupied Sbywas long thcboss HeJeaves Wash ington finally iu company with the manwho to him more than any one lse owes the accident of the Presi dencyJWith the halfdozen Senators whose terms have expired goes alo VicePrcsident Fairbanks than whqjoi nobody has probably ever presided over the Senate more satisfactorily to its members Among the Senators retiring is oiir own McCreaiv a man who has hon ored every position that he has fillotl We doubt if a moVe efficient Senator has ever represented the Slate HORSES TOOTH IS FOUND IN LARGE ASH TREE Indications Show That Tooth Had Been Encased There For Fifty Years Mr Samuel Martin a resident of cott county found the tooth ofan animal under extraordinary circumstances recently Mr Martin said that lie was en g tgediii felling ami cuffing up a large ash tree some three feet in di ameter on his farm when he fourid the tooth near the h art of tlie trdj or abo1itcighteen iiiQhcs inside tIle tree from the bark The tooth vwasfehdwaV to several veterinary surgeons and their opinidn as that thetobth was thiatof fa ors and was one of the molars o wnbilifcy is that the tooth has been en c aasedye sasail ash tree that large would bVmore than that old Speculation was rife as to how the tooth became lodged in the tree and Ius fast as one explanation was ad vanced something would show its im posibility Probably the best expla nation given was that when the tree was a sapling a hqrse bit the tree find his tooth broke off and became encased in the tree asit grew PARTIES INDICTED IN LONDON ARE HELD AT LEXINGTON George Messer and Martha Lewis oChargedCaught in Fayette LONDON Ky March 8SIlentaGeorge W Swan el has teb3gram from Chief of Police J J Reagan of Lexington that George Messer and Martha Lewis who are George1Vyon and beincr held on that charge LAWRENCEBURfe PROPERTY BRINGS GOOD PRICE LAWRENCEBURG Ky March 8 Mayor J P Me Williams has clos ed a deal with JL H lcBnl er for the Main street property of the lat ter on the corner of Jackson street he price given being 3500 FORTY PER CENT OF MONEY DUE TO BE PAID Amount to Be Distributed is 258000 Forty Per Cent of Valuation tof 1906 Crop y AUGUSTA Ky March SFext Tuesday the Bracken County Tobac co SOCIety win through1 bitnks of the county distribute to the growers 40 per cent of the money due them on cr o19Oti The amount to be distributed is 258 000 A distribution of 45 per cent amounting to 289jOOO was made last fall About 100 hogsheads of the 1906 crop are still in the warehouses here The American Tobacco Com pany got 1067 hogsheads out of the 3800 of the 1906 crop all of which has been delivered to themtApart of the proceeds of the 190 7 crop will be distributed about April f j II VALUABLE PROPERTY BRINGS ONLY 2500 i Oil City at One Time Valued at 50 00 is Sold For 2500 GLASGOW March SPop erty which origilUilly cost some 50 000 was sold at the court house dooi for 2500 The property consisted of what was3 orcd1 the boom town df Oil City whlhis situated nearBeaver Creek five iriileS irom heretC IoFe CPi STUARTghu f PROTEGE APPEARS It n Child With Remarkable Resemblance ufwj Bryan is Protege f ofT G Stuartil tJlwmiJlYS Louisville Times ierqris tIt pictnrc of Robert Winn White the handsome and attractive oil of Mr anfl Mrs Charles White f Wades Mill Robert is the es pecial prolegq of Col Thomas G Stuart of this city Cal Stuarts fondness for the little fellow has been attributed to the latters remarkable resemblance lo Mr William Jennings Bryan This child is unusually hand some and bright and attracts atten tion by his lovable ways and ability to entertain in his childlike way NLETTERSUNCLAIMED Brown Jas M Brown Giiss Bamett Pleas Chesnutt Miss Cassie Eudes Mrs Billie Fox Miss J H llustoil David Lee Holder Mrs Lucy Harkins Miss Mary ElizabethnJames Bell Linch Jim Lawson FrankI Oliver Mrs Nancy Rangh Gay rSinipsonSalyer Miss Cyntlm Smith NincypTodd Triggs Miss Mary YheelcrT M R R PERRY Postmaster FIERCE ELECTRICAL STORM SHOCKS ENTIRE FAMILY Teleohone Wire at Residence of Mr Baz Mitchell is Struck ILVKRODSBURG Ky March 8 During a terrific electrical stonr hich passed over Mercer county lightning struck the telephone win t the residence of Mr Ban Mitchcll a short distance from town runnin into the tresidpmce completely de molishi g the telephone box and se verely shocking several members ol the family No one was seriously hurt but a fw minutes aftenvarc lightning struck ii tree in Mr Mit chells front yard reducing it U splinters The stgnn was very fierce accompanied by deafening Deals oi thunder No other damage of con sequence has been repolted in the county New Star Route Postmaster Spillmau has received notice from the Postollice Departinen the establishment ofu star route etween Harrodsburg and MackAillc Washington county effective April 1 This will prove a great convenience to the people of both places at heretofore Harrodsburg mail did io reach Mackvillc for three or iou days having to go to Louisville am baclc to Springfield and then taken t Mackvillc t Now at Home Mr James IT Spillman and wife who were married at London Wed nesday night arrived in Harrodsburj and are at home to their friends at the residence of the groom on Lex ingtofi street More Than Figurative Alas sighed Weary Wiggles gaz- Ing dejectedly upon his torn and tat tered trousers Im afraid these here pants 1s cm their last IegsLlppln coW udJ h INSURANCE SUIT IS- COMPROMISED FOR 1250 I d Famous Stallion Montgomery Ware TJKiltpd Before Policy Had v rr Been Accepted JY NICrrrSILLE Ky March S The suit of Robert Simpson agains the Indiana mid Ohio Live Stock In stlranee Company of Crawfordsvillc Indwas tried in Circuit Court Sat uiday Last August Mr Simpsor took out an insurance policy for 2 500 on his stallion Montgomery Yard the policy being written by the agen of the Indiana and Ohio Live Stoc Insurance Company hut the hors ppllifusel tOplLji tlcmouey apd Simpsoi sucd1O vceoveiit The suit rcsultec in a compromise for 1250 the cost to be divided r r I LONG RACE STARTS Fiftyf ur Walkers Contest For Big Prizes at New York New York March 8 Fiftyfour pedestrians divided Into 27 teams started Iq an international goasyou please race at the Madison Squarer 2illschedured for 10 oclock next Satur d hFiveCoffered by the management fOr which he winning team will got 1500 and he next seven teams proportional amounts The team partners tan re ove each other ns Often as they choose but neither can be on tho track more than 12 hours out of every 24c1Troop9Washington March BAfter wreck ng several lunch rooms threatening the proprietors with bodily harm if they interfered and hurling bricks through the windows of residences several member of Company K Fifth Pennsylvania Volunteers scrambled aboard their departing train it is alleged Just in time to escape arrest Reserves of the sixth precinct hadtbeen called out to stop the soldiers fun and they charged the fugitives Just their train left Tlie proprietor of a grocery store is said to have been badly beaten and driven from his place REMEMBER PORAKER egroes of Montgomery Ala to Pre sent Him With Testimonial Montgomery Ala March SFor- mer United States Senator Joseph B Foraker will be presented witha handsome testimonial by th3 negroes of Montgomery because of his championship of the negro troops involved in the Brownsville affair Collections were taken up in all of negro churches and among the membership of the negro fraternities with which to purchase this testimo nial Attorney Patricks Occupation Ossining N Y March BBy di- ection of the court Warden Frost re- ioved Albert T Patrick from routine as a life prisoner In the state rison at present The prisoner is al lowed to obtain books from the law library and his cell looks like a law office The appellate division in Brooklyn before which he made a dramatic argument for his liberty gave him two weeks in which to file a brief pending the decision of the court on his motion Progress of Canal Construction Washington larch 8As an Indication of the progress of the Pana ma qanal conntrIction it Is stated at the offices of the canal commission in thig city that during the montho January over 327 tons of explosives were used and 7514 miles of rock drilling were accomplished NIGHT RIDR AT LARGE SelfConfessed Murderer of Captain Rankin Breaks Jail Dresden Tenn March S Hirschel Hogg a confessed member of the band of night riders who murdered Captain Quentin Rankin at Walnut Log in October escaped from jail at Dresden and has not been recaptured He is supposed to be in hiding in the Forthoganstituting a vigorous search for the fugitive Operators Will Meet Minors Philadelphia March 8Confirma tion was had at the office of President Baer of the Redding railroad of tne statement made by President Lewis of the Mine Workers Union that theres will be a conference here Thursday between representatives of the union and companies owning the Tiines This conference will settle the question of a wage agreement be tween the anthracite miners and operators for thr o years from April 1 Zanesville Plant Shuts Down Zanesville 0 March 8The American Rolling Mill companys shoot mill bere was closed for an indefinite period throwing 200 men out of em ployment The cause for the shut down was given as a general depres sion in the sheet steel market brought about By cutting of prices by the United States Steel corporation Rasor Guilty of Manslaughter Medina 0 March 8 7 Guy Rasor was found guilty of manslaughter by the jury trying him for the murder of his sweetheart Orie Lee Oct 8 The penalty is a sentence of one to twenty years in tho penitentiary Fifteen Killed by Avalanche Rome March 8Fifteen persons are reported to have been killed by an avalanche which demolished a house in the village of Pradel pro vince of Bolluno Venltla I THE MEAT Of IT Eighteen malefactors of small wealth were whipped at the workhouse In Wilmington Del- Joseph Pulitzer publisher of New York World has returned to the metropplis after a cruise in southern watersElton Baldwin who murdered his mother at Allegan Mich last Tues day has been given a life sen ence In the Jackson penitentiary Attorney Israel S Donnellof Mans field 0 has been found gifilty of uttering a forged note The fouryearold son of Bradford Norton Monroe Mich was killed by falling outjof 4Iiiit1 l44 i C WAGES OF OPERATORS LOW JJt Charles P Neil Reports on Conditions of Telegraph Companies Washington The report of the commissioner of labor Charles P Neil upon the telegraph companies ae di ecteti by the senate resolution o May fewdajsstiiessihoursemployes Receipts arid ex penditures for a period of five years are reported for the Western Union only In the matter of handling that publics business the report indicates that messages are classified and that certain classes of business have preference over others The toll rates are- ompared for the years 1873 1883 and 908 between various points arid the telegraph rates in European countries are given The subject of filing time- si discussed The report takes up the matter of wages and working condi ions dealing with the subject of overtime typewriters and the blacklist The rates of wages and earnings for the months of April 1907 and 1908 are tabulated somewhat in detail and show decrease in average rate in most of he cities for both the Western Union and Postal companies The decrease in average rate of wages for the Postal company Is not so great as that shown for the Western Union nor is there a decrease In so many cities A table given shows the highest av erage monthly wages paid operators in 1908 by the Western Union was 7260 in Mobile Ala while the lowest aver age was 5079 in Buffalo The aver age for Chicago was 6609 The high est monthly average paid by the Postal company In 1908 was 8598 in San Francisco The lowest was 5599 in Philadelphia The Chicago average was 7004 The highest average paid in 1883 was 8264 in New Orleans The average paid In that city In 190J was G970 TO ABOLISH MARRIED FLIRTS A Distinctive Title Suggested for Men with Wives offChicago What sort title should a married man bear A state law may decide this ques thou if the proposition put up to Sen ator Samuel A Ettelson goes through The senator has been approached bc a number of unmarried women wht say that married men are constantlj imposing upon them because it Is impossible from a plain Introduction o mister to tell whether they are mar ned or not consideringtlumatter The married men ought to be seg regated said he An unmarried woman is Miss a married woman Mrs That arrange ment is highlj satisfactory It is calculated to pro mote harmony between the sexes Now if the thing works one way whj wont it work the other Let us differentiate between the benedicts and the bachelors Let us make it a fel ony for a married man to use the bachelors title The change will be for the good of society It will be a bulwark for the home It will protect susceptible unmarried women It will abolish at one blow all the married flirts HOUSE IS FULL OF SECRETS Hidden Staircases and Tunnel to Cave Found in Old Home Cleveland OQuecr old secret tun nels built sixty or seventy years ago and leading from one of Cleveland oldest residences to artificial caves in the hillside abOve the Cuyahoga river have been discovered in the demolition of the old W J Gordon homestead on Vest Ninth street opposite Lakeside avenue W J Gordon who gave Cleve lands largest park to the city was the grandfather of Daisy Gordon Hanna Patton of New York divorced wife of Dan R Hannaj Secret stairways and hidden closets abounded throughout the building and were located on every floor secret cabinets being found even in the gar ret near chimneys Just what purpose the tunnels and strange compartments served nobody seems to know Gordon was always considered eccentric but his oddities In the con struction of his home and grounds were never brought to light He was for years one of the largest wholesale liquor dealers in the central west Boy Makes Wireless Discovery Portland Me Edward Spencer Rogers 17 years old 69 High street has made a startling discovery at his amateur wireless telegraph station peoplethtitcould easily be accomplished The discovery is that by using an ordinary spark coil vibrator as generally used on automobiles and motor boats mes sages may be easily transmitted with out grounding the vibrator wasreadingWell fleet on Cape Cod to putgong ocean steamships when he was inter rupted strange signs It was ascer tamed later they came fromtbe brator of an airship being t stcd1n- a nearby garage by Prof Joseph La Roux f i Grave Diggers Are Barred New YorkThe occupation of dig ging graves is not to be regarded as a building trade according to a decision of the Building Trades council of Greater New York Accordingly ajj application of the Grave Djgg rsf union for membeI1hip in the council was rejected Grave digging was held to b a micel1anoustrade Ji 4 13 i 4 Tj u You Cannot Answer These Questioi 1 Why o you continue bathing your knees and elbows one thU time when you can stretch out in a full bath tth1 j pored to suit you and can do jp tif2sr for your latejjey nn Clnuu dry work when you can havcjii at hand for the turning fJfaucet 3Wily take chances on drinking germfilled caslornwat ei when you can get it from a largo reservoir filtered through the best filter plant Soitbof the Ohio River WE TO ALL WHO AND OUR TO THE AND AND WHO ON ONE Almost 90 cent worldrs 1sCs have dry dismal looking yard when you have it with green and and at the same ime get rid of the dust in the street 1 v suffer other you can hav Jr for the of your family in vrtM house ff it not not lack la ckbf economy and and mostout of life JKb CIF ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water WorksINCORPORATED T cor Street and Evenue will tell you all about it Youll be surprised at how these are February Reduction Sale As ah inducement to cash we are to give percent discount FebruaryEverythingsale Positively no goods charged at this count See you Sa- velOODiamondfor8025 Watchfor 2010 Clock for 8 5 and 45 Teaspoons i Everything in store at same rate of I Baldwin Bros tiWt PHILLIPS DRUG STORE I 311s them HEATERSAND RANGES FAVnRffISTOVESBESTIn ontheCorner OVElliNG HOUSEI INVENTORIES FREE WILL SEND A HANB SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN FREE Will MAKEINRITTEN APPLICATIONS FOR SAME DESIRED WILL SEND SOLICITOR ASSIST IN INVENTORY IT ISABOOK ALL CARRY INSURANCE THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS HAVE JOUETTSINSURANGE AGENCY 4 IHa a Quebec supplies per of theI sapply oLasbdstoL V 4tL 15I 4Why a filled grad V blooming flowers can r hncon2 when i everything cpmfoftrjjirid JtpijItJt right L O4s tlienn svenls ofmSft yitindifference to gcttingjthe t v Co At Maple Lexington inexpensive privileges buyers going sal- eLook what Knives Forks I Silver discount GAS BUSH VENTORY IF MAKING VALUABLE USEFUL SHOULD Monopoly can 57Why cIlicnces JewelersOpticians ISign of the Big Watch MOTH TIME is at hand and a few ounces of our moth preveiitatvies will be worth many pounds of cure later on if you neglect to take proper precau ions now We carry cainphorballs cedar camphor and all the standard remedies to keep your clothing clear of the moth pest at reduced prides this month Last ADDou000ffleotfox SKATING SEASON at th- eAuditorium ON Thursday Night MARCH list the last BroomBall Game of this seas- onRichmond vs Winchester- r1stTEAMS- aturday J afternoon Children Skating Saturday Night Skating 1j I fMarch 5 th and every night that- tf week will be skating The skating at the Auditorium will close on Saturday night March 2oth forthe season Everybody come and have a good time while it lasts Two fast games of basket ball will hn played at tliA College Gymnasium Tuesday night The four girls teams will furnish the entertainment These games will decide the championship also the third and fourth p1nce4 ft Tickets wilL be on sale at thedbprK Admission 15 cents Game begins at r 745 This will probably be the last p1b V lig game the Indies will play thi s ses SOt They deserve a good attend mice Conic and help your te am iwiii1 5OUt f Ufti J1j 4 g f7r r t lJ t iI t J i y J TH WIN tt STftr IWS r ri1 1 00r L fr 1Jr11M jr bCIETY iE MISS HARRIET BROWN WHO IS TO WED NOTED SOCIETY MAl MISs Harriet Brown who is engaged to T Suffern Taller the New York society man is the daughter of Alexander Brown of Baltimore and Is one of the most beautiful young women in that city Mr Taller Is a brother ot J Lee Taller Mrs Robert Livingston Sirs Henry Burnett and Mrs Sydney Smith His family is one of the oldest in the state of New York and he If a member of all the leading clubs in tie metropolis i = = Little Colonel Readers The Little Colonel Readers had a most delightful meeting with Miss Belen Ford on Saturday afternoon These young ladies are taking a broad minded view of the world that inaljes for real education At the conclusion of the attrac tive program a delicious and re freshing lunch was served Those present were MissesJulia Gaitskill Helen Ford Emma Thom son Ada Lee Boone Louise Hag gard Mrytle Spencer Frances Pen dleton and Ida Walden 1 Cooking Club The Cooking Club had a delight Sful meeting with Miss Fannie Combs Scott on Saturday afternoon Each member brought some good thing to eat and after they had indulge 1 in games for quite a while tho feast was spread and partaken- of Those present were Misses Marie and Gertrude Bloomfield Virginia Baldwin Elizabeth Stewart Ora Gaines Allen Kathleen Earp May me Scrivener Catherine Hughes Rosalind Stevenson Frances Combs Scott Elizabeth Beckner and Mary Frances Ogden itMiss Florry Smitb entertained the Literary and Social Club on Saturday afternoon at bre beauti ful home on Belmont sheet in tier usual attractive manner The members made a study of Coleridge on this occasion Miss Anna Mae Hisle read a very interesting paper on The Life of Coleridge which showed much Mrs William 1J French has a de lightful reading from Coleridge Misses Alice Porter and Winnie Garrett had a very spicy and high ly interesting debate on whether ornotvfomen should have the right of franchise and the negative side won l At the completion of this interest ing program a prize was offered to the young lady who would write the best love letter Several con testants load to draw for the prize a beautiful Christy picture and Miss Margaret McKinley was the winner IAdelightful and refreshing luut was served hj Theguestsfor the afternoon were 7 B N k t i L r Mrs William P French Misses An na Mae flisle Margaret Sphar Sara Goodloe Benton Richie Lane Anne Dudley Winnie Garrets Mar agret McKinley Alice and Owen Porter Clay Croxton and Emma Lee Taylor JordanWilliams Miss Susie Jordan of Pilot View and Mr John Williams were quiet ly married on March 5th at the res dence of Rev Clark of Mt Ster ling We join a host of friends in wish ing them a long and prosperous life ShulsoAzbill Mr Hum Azbill the second son W P Azbill c f South Maple street of this city and Miss Flora Shulse of Lispcomb Texas were married at the home of the bride on March 2 Miss Shulse is but 38 years olf and is a very attractive young lady and is exceedingly populai with all who know her Mr Azbill belongs to one of our finest families and has always had a host of friends He is succeeding beyond his expectations in Texas He is only 21 years old Mr and Mrs Azbill will go to housekeeping at once on a farm near Lispcomb Their many friends wish them all possible happiness i PERSONALS Mr R JSid ell is in Tumble county on business connected with the Burley Tobacco Society Mr Walker Jamison of Bealtyville stopped over on his way frpm Wash jinglon and spent the night with friends here Mr J H C Naff and family arc sojourning at Umalilla Florida and order their paper sent to that address Mr Withers Davis of Paris was a guest in town on Sunday Mrs James Bryant of Bagdad is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs James Rutledgc Dr John Rutledge of Foxtown spent several days here with his parents Mr anti Mrs James Rut ledire Mrs J Scott Renick has gone to Martinsville Imly for treatment for rhcuamtism We hope she willre turn home much improved in health Mr June Hunter of Danville is the ucst of his father Mr R D Hunter Mr and Mrs J B Matthews of t Let Us Commence Right NowI t to strengthen your eyes The sooner they are look ed after the easier they are to benefit and the soon leasarntxesulis of f rworked eyes that you experience Will you call overI r Jeweler and Qptician J BeaYville1 erothe guests pfMajoif andpMrs Matt Adamori Saturday Mrs Charles but of Mr Sterling was the guest of friends here Satur day Miss Gurraleen S ithof Rich mond is the guest of Mrs J M Benton Tars Telitha Grigsby is the guest of aJlissLexington Mr Outten spent Sunday in Lex ington with friends Mr and Mrs A R Baldwin are LcxingtmJthcLamport Mrsr Sallie Baldwin Miss Rose Baldwin and Miss Nan Ecton have tone to house keeping in Miss Emma Turnbulls house on South Main street Miss Elizabeth Skillmau returned home Saturday from a visit to friends in Ml Sterling Dr J Tom Price of Xlarrodsbiirg is the guest of Mrs llE Price and JMiterday Mr G A Shannon of Jersey city BILLBOARD CHAT Method of Advertising That Will Prove Unprofitable The time will come when the bill board as an advertising medium will cease to exist for the keen business men will not persist in keeping up any sort of advertising that is odious to any considerable part of the public Advertising of all kinds is merely Invi catlotis and if the invitation to buy certain goods or at a certain house is extended in an offensive manner no good can result but rather will the advertiser be injured There are many who like himself refuse to buy of any house or line of goods offered for sale by this odious method says a writer in the Los Angeles Times This loss added to the cost of advertising certainly brings the total expense up to a point dangerously near the mere swapping of dollarscertainly not a profitable occupationThat are a nuisance and more or less objectionable to a ma jority of our people is conceded by nearly all and maintained by many with argument quite conclusive This being so it needs but a fuller expres sion of disapproval on the part of the public to cause the business to wane and eventually to die If any billboard proves objectionable you make it known It is doubtless doubly so to some one else and if we all work to ward the abatement of public nui sances in a cooperative way we shall gradually approach the ideal standard of citizenship and public cleanliness beauty and comfort The most effec tive weapon against the billboard nui sance is a healthy public opinion and this will come only through education Abolishment will come only through public demand and the way to educate the people is to keep before them the fact that billboards are somewhat ob jectionable to all very much so to many and almost intolerable in a few Plenty of agitation will finally causo those who advertise by this method most freely to doubt its popularity and therefore its value When this doubt becomes universal the billboard will slowly but surely fade from the land scapeGoods should sell upon their merits and a reasonable amount of newspaper advertising would keep their name price and source of supply before the public The biggest frauds ever thrust upon a confiding public have been ex ploited by the billboard proclamation method and where do they go when all this brazen publicity ceases But a year or so since the whole country blazed with Over the fence went hap py Joe guff was the food that made him go But who eats gulf today and where can it be purchased When any article is advertised by such a sensational and questionable method it Is safe to presume that it lacks the merit which is ever conducive to a constantly growing demand In ad dition to this fact remember that bill board advertising is the most costly of all the various classes and that pur chasers of the goods must pay for it in order that the wares may be sold at a profit Let us be fair but keep up the fight unceasingly and in the end we shall surely win Origin of the Mennonites The Mennonites grew out of four sects of Dutch Flemish and German Baptists They derive their name from Menno Simons a Catholic priest who became a leader of the Anabaptists in about 1537 Simons was born in 1492 and died in 1537 His True Christian Belief was published three years be fore his death Following the death of the leading spirit the sect underwent divisions and changes of creed Disillusioned Widows A writer in a Washington paper bestIray of historical widows showing that the we wearing state is conducive to soul development that makes for thanimourns knows that a man is a contradiction before she begins and there is no danger of her losing her illusions Consider the Difference Statisticians inform us that the cost of living has increased 250 per cent during the last 100 years Still it will gave to be adnBtt that living is Worth a good dfil iitore than it was 100 years ago wu 1Ii f mji CHURCH IS DIVII D Thousand Filipino Methodists Follow Lead of Nicholas Zamora Manila March 8 Nicholas Za mora the Filipino preacher who has caused a split in the Methodist Epis copal church fn Manila and planned to organize an evangelical Methodist church of the Philippines tJrre- nderedhis credentials to the regular and began forming his follow ers into an organized body He is followed by at least a thousand members of his former congregation The extent of the schism in tne es tablished Methodist church is as yet undetermined but it is evident the majority of the Filipino leaders will remain loyal to the regular church Postal Bank League Action Chicago March 8The postal savings bank league which has headquarters here renewed its fight for a bill carrying out the policy laid down by President Taft In his Inaugural address A pool of the members of congress will be taken to ascertain their position on the measure as now amended by Senator Carter executive committee of the issued a atement declaring that the enactment of this measure cannot well be prevented by the banking interests Zelaya Denies War Rumors New Orleans March 8 President Zelaya of Nicaragua In a cablegram to Consul General Altschul here de- nIes positively that preparations are being made in his country for a war with either Costa Rica or Salvador MITCHELL TRIES TO AddressesORGANIZE ACTORS Societies on Subject of Unionism New York March 8The bringing of all the actors of the United States into a national organization which could affiliate itself with the Ameri can Federation of Labor and secure whatever benefits accrue from con certed action was urged here by John Mitchell the wellknown labor leader He did this at a meeting of members of the Actors Society of Amer ica the Actors Church alliance tho Actors union the Vaudeville Comedy club the White Rats of America and a number of other associations of ac tors called for the purpose rf protesting against alleged abuses of which they claim to be victims at the hands of theatrical agents Second Walking Tour of World San Francisco March 8Gllbert W Kriesz of Denver is in this city on his second walking tour of tho world On the first tour he won 5000 and he is taking the trip again for a wager of 6000 Kriesz started from Denver on Jan 5 with John Vrolyk who was compelled to go into a hospital at Salt Lake City In that city he was joined by Erick Welen and the two continued their tramp to the coast They will take a steamer from here to Japan and thence to China Hindoostan British India Persia Turkey and Europe through which countries they will depend upon their legs for transportation STUDENTS ARRESTED Police and Infantry Raid Meeting at Warsaw Russia Warsaw March 8The police aid ed by infantry broke up a meeting of students in the university hall at which was being discussed the ques tion of a change In the system of ex aminations One hundred and seven tyeight students were arrested and may be deported to their native towns in the interior of Russia It Is possible that the university may be closed THImans Remark Washington March 8 Senator Tillman left for his home in South Carolina What is the use of my staying here for tariff legislation 1 he remarked to his friends upon leav ing the city The Republicans have mapped out a policy which can not be affected by the Democrats Mr Tillman will however return by the time the tariff bill has been framed by the house of representatives and is ready for the senate Amnesty Bill Passed Havana March SThe general amnesty bill which was among the first measures introduced in the new congress and which was Intended to signalize the restoration of the republic has passed the senate Having been previously acted upon favorably in the house the bill goes to Presi dent Gomez for his signature Theatrical Manager Dies New Yorit March 8 William H Bishop well known in theatrical cir cles as manager or owner of such old time stage successes as The Black Crook What Happened to Jones and The County Fair died here from Internal injuries sustained three weeks ago when he was struck by a heavy automobile truck Quakes Excite Populace Guayaquil Ecuador March 3 Two strong shocks of earthquake lasting half a minute were felt at Guayaquil and along the coast No damage resulted but the populace was thrown into a state of great panic L i ir tW 1 i1t 1 J J ern i DENEEN TALK REVIVED Rumors Nave It That Taft Wants illi- nois Governor In Senate Springfield Ill March 8Tomor row morning the Illinois legislature will resume business The senatorial fight which was begun Jan 20 has occupied the attention of the assembly almost exclusively ever since that time It is the general belief that Sen ator Hopkins will not be reelected and there is persistent talk that the toga will be forced upon Governor Deneen and that eventually he will accept It seems reasonably certa Governor Deneen can be Hopkins successor if he will take the place Stories are afloat that President Taft wants Governor Deneen in the senate no one can be found who v tll give authenticity to this reportv Surrenders to Posse Shelbyville Ky March SJohn W Thomas Jr who barricadedhinlsert in his country home and held the whole county of Shelby at bay has surrendered and is now In Jail here Thomas Is believed to be insane An appeal for state troops to assist in Thomas capture was made hut the adjutant general refused to send them unless the county officials res- Igned Thomas had 15 rifles and 1300 rounds of ammunition In his house and provisions sufficient to last a month Fire Destroys Church KIttanniug Pa March 8TheF- irst Presbyterian church considered one of the finest houses of worship in western Pennsylvania was destroyed by fire The loss is 90000 with 38 000 insurance OBJECT TO WALKING Public at Manila Continues to Pat ronize Car Lines Manila March 8The strike of the Manila streetcar men which was declared March 4 has not spread beyond the railway operatives as yet though it is possible other labor or ganizations will go out in sympathy The various labor unions of the city held a series of meetings to organize an effective boycott against the street railway but the general public con tinue to patronize the cars freely as lean Rolling Mill companys sheet mill was begun Battle With Ore Thieves Guanajuato Mexico March 8In- a battle between H P Smith F W Upedegraff and J Wood officials of the Guanajuato Reduction Mines company and a band of Mexican ore thieves caught in the act one of the Mexicans were killed and three of his companions badly wounded The Mexican police have arrested the officials all of whom are Americans and placed them in jail Veteran River Pilot Dies Pittsburg March 8 Captaln Sam uel Coulter 65 for 40 years a pilot on the Ohio river died at his home at Freedom near here of paralysis He was well known from Pittsburg to Cincinnati HIBERNIANS OBJECT Will Try to Suppress Postcards Rldl culing St Patrick Pittsburg March 8Called ty the Ancient Order of Hibernians a mass meeting of Catholic societies of Allegheny county was held hei at which resolutions were adopted protesting against the sale of postal cards ridi culing St Patrick and the Irish race A committee was appointed to com municate the resolutions in person to dealers in cards Congressman Jo seph OConnell of Boston was one of the speakers at the meeting Crusade Against Dogs Washington March 8Dogs on the canal zone are hereafter to be classed as persona non grata with the Ameri can government Chief Sanitary Offi cer Gorgas has issued an order against unmuzzled dogs being allow ed at large This applies to the en tire zone The offense committed by the canine tribe which called forth this restriction of liberty is not stat ed in the communication to the war department Woman IB CrematedjStatesboro Ga her husband was a prisoner here on the charge of murder awaiting a see end trial after conviction Mrs Joe Woods who resided near Rocky Fork was burned to death While lathing one of her children before an open fire her dress was ignited and she ran into the yard and died there BURNED AT STAKE j i tr Texas Mob Takes Horrible Vengeance on Negro MIDallas Tex March 8 A special from Rockwell Tex says Ihe1 negro Anderson Ellis charged with assault was burned in the public square A negro name unknown was lynched for harboring Ellis Examiner at Large Washington March 8 Comptroller of the Currency Murray has appoint ed J M Logan one of the national bank examiners in Texas a bank ex aminer at large The comptroller has decided to appoint four such exam iners Edwin F Rorebeck of Ohio having heretofore been designated Want Fleet In Pacific Waters Sacramento Cal March8AIsemblyman Coghlans joint resolution asking congress t to keep a large war fleet in Pacific waters was favorably reported by the senate committee on federal relations 1 I irt r r ti s7 J lJ Tltr t q Y 6 j tf tvq fjf t t Jf 7 f y 1 i i C- aoTas VT j II 1 The Quality t The Quantity The Price are three very essential the selection of the FurnishingsI for your home These are the watchwords in our buying Twentythree years of business l success proves our position is cor rect r COME IN AND SEE THE NEW THINGS FOR SPRING r The Winn Furnitu o- We Give S H Green Trading Sta- inpsCurrett Electric We Furnish Electric Current Day and Night for all Domestic Purpbse S We Furnish Current for Motors to Do Your Washing Run Your Sewing Machine Run Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair Yf Run Smoothing Iron To Do Your Run Soldering Iron To Do Your Soldehijgr We Furnish Current Ifor All Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for Less Money Than Anyother Plant in KentucKy Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED OPERA HOUSE weeK CommencinglOne March 8 Continuing all weelt 7he ocIICompany IN REPERTOIRE with High Class Vaudeville BETWEEN ACTS ij 2 PRICES 15o 25c35c Seats on sale at Usual Place Remember the Date He Wanted Some The banquet table was spread and the guests about to be summoned Are you sure that there are no reporters present anxiously asked the host of the butler ltemade certain of itsirTen hustle out and get a few rejoined the host t lie cut floors see SHEARER FLORIST 318tf L sI1 t LW u i c 1i1 PLUMBINGHurry Jobs demand mighty quick action Ve try hard to meet all such calls We are not infallbile but reputationin this respect is decidedly in our favor In an emergency TEST US GRANT WITT G CO rs30 North Main i JUDGE ADAMS AND MR KASH ARE NOMINATED i Primary is Declared Off As There Are No Other Entries Fir Either Offices BEATTYYJLLE Ky March ltr Judge James P Adams and Kelly Kasli were declared respectively the- Republican nominees for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney by the Tivetit Third Judicial Cowl mittee which met at4his place Satfurday There being BO oth twfries for either office the primary which was set for March 20th was declared off by the co 1Jtli5eeIi HEWSkI r J t f i s 7 I 4j f i 4rPlgiJx TwtrIINCHEtTEtNEWSJ I A6t ft ltAfl9AHn 4r HOLLAND TO SEND OVER THE FA MdUSi HFLF MOON L jr I1d a Facsimile of the Dutch Boat Which Discovered the Hu- dshIver and Send Her to the i Celebration f i v t 1 lh HUdeoiPuIton celebration at New Tprk cityanext September o cpm hiiferHftppn river In 1809 wI11ihv fai on of ofttfce exiibrer and lilic lrttjp i rma4e the trip from Holland and a facsimile oi the eierriioiit the veesej la whlck Rbbeft FultoB made tile fir sVsucc stt Design for the Facsimile of the Half 2 Moon i 1 ftItd rilbnstratIQn that it was possible to apply steanj tp navigation The neiv leandYork under Its own sails with Dutch battleships actiagr as conveysIsThe Huds nFulton com mission obtained a very accurate dE J Bcription of I udgpns boat from the toihejcontemporaryMoOn thd Dp ch commissioner fee saUsl1 that thVsei now unde foduplicafoTire little bokt with which Hudaon trIed disc ierJnOrthwest paa sage and Iut ad ran into the Hudson piboraremJns her water line was nl I- U70 et ho b8394 b 1 Jnkt over liE 7454 eet111fdherde th feet The e t afeetuptheJonkheer Roell ii retired viceid miraipf the rtyal Dutch navy acting IsHolIaspcommislonstruct the replica of the historic ship without cost to the HudsonFulton commission jDther members of the connnliEiJon a e Dr A BreIiuM C G HooftVpr Wf Martin D HudJg an DrE W s According to the pWienl plans the Iflf Moon accom panied by Du ch battleships will en tar the Hudsc n river on tho mornin of September 7 JjHundred fawhOMary8 and who is a direct descend gantants has applied to tile HudsonFulton commission for permission to go to The Hague antf nka the trip across the AtlantiejajSpna bf the crew of theI little fat rho application of Mr Brpwfhas been forwarded tolthe HolE land Samnlisajon jjIn drawing the plans for the a Cvsimile of Fulton Clermont the com mission had difficulty in finding rec ords of the boat of 1807 but accurate measurements liayiribw boon f obf talnepdue to a groat extent to the the terJWJt dm1aLJoBeph O Coghian and Naval Constructor W J BaXter who is stationed at the New York na VY a BreokIii so tbjfit the boalliicK Mn fake part In Ui dcolebratIowillJ pracUcally an exact reproduction the original Clermont The naval parade which will escort these two boats up the river when the celebration la formally opened will be composed of United States battle shl 1sfroII foreign countries modern merchantmen and river craft This convoy will accompany the boats ii p as far atf Newburg whore they will be met by another escorting party from the upper river which will go l wifli the two little ships to Albany See Large Markers for Brlejuets Iii cpmuiBnting on the briquets made in Swansea Consul Jesse Hx Jphnson sttyiITher are mountains of coal dust in the anthracite districts of Pennsylvania lna there is no refespn why these7 gli6uldjnot be utilized JSueh an industry would benefit the Ameri can coal owners and the briquets would find a reay sJala in thg home market awl abroad particularly to countries where favorable freights could be gecureo rIRents In Berlin hive greatly In creasd In the last 30 years ahdathe old building put up 20 years ago Jhe tenants pay SOper cent lelow the pnt rate JXait1j tI T t i Ak1 ri t I Jr iit1J fit j 71 7 fto qIof 1Iifpq N fARM 4w J l IhoFtp the henhoiise shouli 1 nth dry l goodsl1eep introduce newDi6bdiht6your flock this year Breed up not down eSheeppaymoney invested In them if properly handled it 0 The trained brain as wen as the hardened muscle are needed upon the farm Wheat bran and a little llmeal together with an occasional feed of roots is good for the brood mfire thiecpmb hasprobably been hurt by cruel or careless handling Be sure that the th TiawayprqJflemdeviceposstble and to so simplify th works to bable to get along wit ss outside help 1If you have jiot already done sottime for you tog all over cubator Clean it up and test it out for a couple of days before putting the 0 ggsinjt The man who says there Is no mon in pure bred poultry needs to be pouUryIago a r r 500 and another for 1000 laroughs forthe sheep save lots a ifagrain Eaisy tov nail two boards to i gether In a V with a couple of short eces across th ends to keep them J i vght side up it is one t I toiaJse stock and Ifc is another thing to market them profit bly Be wise in breeding and feed ng but be wls6 also as to riiarket conditions tIThe best stove you cariputin your poultry house to keep the hens warm a lot of litter in which grain Is rinkled and for which the hens win ratch and sing in the crisp air Read your farm papor as well as Meatiowbrook Farm Notes We give you hnuggetsyou need also the longer articles on agricultural science to be found In your farm papers aKlted out of him by rudeness on the art of others It Is just so with the rm animals You Jolt them Vflth a rough word or a blow and they just et out of the notion of being thrifty tnYou can arrange the box in which you keep your hatching eggs so that the entire box can be turned over and save handling each separate egg ut remember that the eggs should b e turned everyday or two to prij ent the yolk settling Cultivate the apple orchard In jthe opinion of Bomebf the most sue tcessful d chaVdlats the grass mulch system is an Invention of the devil tdjtemDt the lazv The roughest Ijtndcan be tllledDont let a few stumps and rocks scare you out 7The cfiemcAtliBiififtyr wHiah may prove a good protection for the fruit trees when made in right proportions may proyo verv injurious when not so made We heard of an orchardist the bther dapjwhp had heard that axle grease wgood to keep rabbits away from youpgfruit trees It kept the rabbits away all right but it killed the trees Know what effect the treatment will have before tryingtgenerally upon your orchard tWhen the clouds hover remember the silver lining Ta the farmer there are lots of dark days seasons and weather conditions threaten iU sometimes and even utter failure utre member the brjghlness just ahead dt ls neVer as bad as We fear The farmer needs to remember this Ho must leard to be friends with the weather to be an optimist and to fit swhlchDamev potatoeson the production untlflt is said the agricultural department fears a potato famine in the United States wJU turn its attention to the roh lem of the bug and the blight The Blatter foe of the potato is proving mOre dangerous than the beetle which yMiflonsi we can learn how tu Icombat1 the bilgbtv L fi itn P r J Sheep Kid other farm aniBls w He wft i reitlan1tto i rthe be ie t FtI if 5bl wkibilIiiiratrdba airMs juV as 1nJuriorlf5 for theT stock as It i6 ill d be for you i Kindly treatment will win the confi dIc of your poultry and Ill ffip them hi thfe laying mood th1Countrypr ljdeht meiiag 6ii the same It is tWjrdo ft a Ute topic i iflift tp j the horse down whilo lie 1tl the watering trough 1t 1o tr i hiried he will often drink aifiiiiia5 ghance J crtG6ibustness tyour own lor yo41ittePuC ybur stamp on It an oods are right ybu will nevSrlamt fofigood payifig customers 0 lnotiftandichicken cholera germs may remain in the soil for mouths After an attack of either disease bet te thinew location if possible If this is not possible sprinkle house and roundir with airBlacked mine The feet of the colt need looking after If neglected the hoofs grow crooked and cause a stralninJJor the ligaments in tho fetlock Joint or a t thwistingused oil the bottom of the hoot is the only thing necessary to keep the feet g throwingThe agric lturnJ department reports e milk production of l sty ar as worth 80006000p A goodly sum to be sure but how much of itwas over and above the cost of production hat Is a good question for every I1Jer toavskr himself Do you know w jatj your cows are doing for you VAvbidJ too much fattening Lifo ods to tlie brocidsow See that she g plenty of exercise Jog her up bccaslonally by drawing her attention o some tidbit and then throwing o t the far corner of the pen compelling her to get up and go over afterit Root crops are the things for broodmares sows and sheep but for cows corn silage is the best form of succulent winter food Sheep will also do ratIonbutwould prefer to have root crops siich s carrots for mares and beets and JAangel for sows Finely chopped roots of any kind are fortherptjts if ypirdp not want to chop them flhe Is4 to suspend the roots frOm the cel1ng of the hen house with a string anITietthe hens jump fora bite They enjoy the exorcise and they get the root all right t Try this for mending bags Get all- yo r patches cut out then make a good thick hour paste few expbr- t i m Onte will determine the right co s sten y Have some hot sad irons ready Cover the patch with the mix putthehotmended Cheap onion seed is notsafe to lise a it mean mixed varieties lack ot- uniformity in the crop or the produc t vlonto germinate and the little plants aro delicate and slenderrooted at first The fresher and more vigorous the seed the better the germination and germlnatlvequito rapidly with ago bIternment hasboughtfrom an Indiana farmer a hickory tree which measured38 inches in diameter and 1 clear over the water to make carriages for cannon We are not informed what the old man realized r iris tree but It was iio small sum Again we pleafwith our farmers to set out moro trees Any kind that will grow n your lo hlitlFillevett vacant space on your farm that cannot be used fe r regular farming purposes with trees Then ltf4ow 4ndaett yourselfgrbwi into prosperity V At the Indiana experiment station iyn Aijderson has carried through two tests to determine the value of skim rnljk for growing chickens The two lots received the same treatment excevt that lot two was given all the skim milk they could eat in addition conbiiuedtfsumed18Qpoimds grain and thsaver age weekly gain per chick was 262 ounces L6t two consumed 217 pounds grain and 90 pounds skim milk and tho average weekly gain pet nick was 446 ounces1 fftHogs rtliatare raised right need forage cro sRalse the pigs in tho Nfleld providing suitable shelters mpv able cbtcAj doing nicely Donot depditlntiiefr gathering their living frpmgrasspsstureB or from following fattening steers but raise such crpps as they like anil let them harvest the crop Much corn Scan be saved by such a course and the hogs will be health ler Exercise Is absolutely Indispen sable to the pregnant brood sow and oathtocernor of her pen covered with litter aiIsc8tIJ cise if She is not too liberally fed Tfie exercise will cpipe from turnins 1Over the Utter to et he Sfy 1 C i ii I I K UPIHG BOjJlON THE FARM ir ii One Mans M ith Ba of Miktrti 1 Life At traevet8 kLs A farmer fcoee son is aJ a farmer is writiiis hlg auitebiography for the Worlds Work Tie editor has asked him tp tell particularly how bje BOAcanie to ehjbarin life and not hanker after the allurements ot the city Rrorn the veryllrstJlJaYS this ruhii phiiosopher thy partaer andY I fchildrenThee follow tales of pprterhpusQ appetlzedthedentM and of huge bOwls of straw fctoriafellows the fortunate young fouls of this farm had calves colts horses pigs pigeons Angora rabbits dogs birds guinea pigs I and even a white rat Boys and girls do not enter this world of their own desire The corn mandmcnt which bids them honor eir fathers and mothers has an unwritten corollary Parents must honor and comfort their children pte farmer in the magazine didthim aetting forth the best he hiad in thought and food It Is likely jthat many a son has gonefurtheraslray than off the farm for lack pf uch a keen1 sense of loving responsibUIty at the head of e home Anyway the boy is not kept to the acres by the selling of the besl joints to the cJty markets while ijchuck steak is served to the family GAVE BIRTH TO MICE IN TRAP Male Parents Devolpn Rewarded by Freedomof Brood eS1Al Ianayunk woman going to her mouse trap the other morning found a ilouse in it with sIx little mice as 1 ItThey had ef ourse been born after their mpther5i 3apturetan amazing tiling But more amazing still was the fact that they lay in a small round nestrllke a birdga nest made of bits o f paper thread straw and shreds of Nl dtheforthwith the mother and her brood retired and from tile next room watched the trap secretly Her watch soon was rewarded Another mouse t s atrawmoments later returned with a shred ofplnk calico The captive mother with these contjrj iitlpns proceeded to complete her nest t hiUtthandsome piece of cheese in the trap and opened the tiny dQor When she c edowntint 1 morning mother eregonctl1enesttruth of her tai Blucher Lost Opportunity VJnIThe emperor reQeiVed the general at the Castle of Inkenstein while ho DanzigHstory and patdJiirn compliments bn h y1taway delighted described the inter vfew to his aidedecamp What a hance you missed exclaimed the l tteruYou nil Ilt have changed the whole course of historyuHow Whyyou might have thrown him out of the window Confound It re onlyICrusty Old GentlemanISome people U uNoVI Isechfld mydear thecare ta crusty old g nU man with side fwhiskers eachHcandy got stuck In his sido whiskers he becarnovel fiory and told the conductor Wasnt udeU A Rem rK ablc Race The Lapps are very fond of stimu latlng drlnk8 1hey thlnk nothIngtdrinking fifteen or twenty coffee a day while their consumption of punch is oaji vastscale It is no uncommon thing to see numbers of helplesslYdrunknatlves in the streets of Tromso especially when thesale of reindeer flesh has been profitable Yet robbery anduindeed crime in general are practically unknown among them the innate ipnesty pf t extraordInaryVIde r CharityWe a thancIt needs the love that can only be found la a home The success of the whole depends entirely upon the sue cesj of the unit arid this can only be achieved by recqsnizing each unit though it bo merely a puny little child of want or crime as an individual with individual characteristics and an Indivldualyear1lrig ibr love Do lntAttractIPeleg Haw vows we aint had no cold weather to speak of sinc hEl bPugfit a therijorner Well declaVfld Deacon Gripes Pelq oughter know lta the r4 ttpmeter won TactVilke a lightning rd Iuck tti i I j TO AVOID ILLNESS kv ral Simple Health Rules That Make For Cerrifort 1 There reJl few simple nileslor health that carefully pbs rvediare money in the rxxkct and peace in the household Avoid wet feet That is alwtaepld saw thatIItbe best place for a chest protector is on the feet It IS not hard tp keep the feet dry but should they get dmp change tho shoes quick ttlligshbesthan in other If yourfeMntes nsIUve tb damp ness it Is better to Wear cork soles when walking These are mora sight and less apt to draw than the habit t some vomen have pf donning sandals or overshoes In the fall and wearing them steadily until warn weather There are several waterpropf mix tures than can be rubbed on shoos without injury to the leather They Bhpuld be used by all women who have the overshoe hatred Avoid living in tocrwarm rooms or if you do be careful when first going into the cold outer air to keep the mouth closed and to Inhale slowly through the nose p gotUcoatlOssorder and If you take cold easily do not adopt the prevailing net sleeves and transparent yoke It Is not specially attractive te sensible people to see girls and women on the Streets in winter weather with low shoes and unlined yokes The former are even more Injurious than the ttremelySCI1sitlvc Do not exhaust yourself either men tally or physically The strain of over- cxerUonIeavesone less able to throw off any microbe that may come your way SIT DONT STAND Get Comfortable Chairs For House hold Tasks When Possible sayTherehas roekinhairs being tired Why ont they set in thorn That is not a half bad question for many a weary housekeeper to ask herself She would find life much easier would fight the wrinkles off longer and would generally be brighter nd happier if she Could learn to sit own whenever she gets n chance Standing unless one is trained to it- sl very wearing on the average woman She becomes worn and peevish a burden to herself BeOdgbffher feet It Is worth while to get comfortable chairs for almost every household task Save sweeeplng scrubbing and bed making thcraPe few things about a house thatcakinotbe done Justns well sitting as standing sayshercould sit over her ironing board she c harrIesllght high stool jut the right helght to give her good purchase on her iron Get the rocking chair habit about surprisedhowthat work is doing and done If you can get your chair out on a porch or beside a sunny window so much tho better Whatlf itdoes take a little longer to get a chair than to stand Saved time Is not tho chief requisite of living If you have not sense enough to see this fpr yourself try the sitting down cure nd see which the family votes more Important lost mlnuto or saved tern per Sit down not grudgingly and half apologetically when tired but unless you are In training for your flesh stand Only when you have nolpnger an excuse for sitt1ng Arrowroot Use arrowroot to thlckgn fruit juices I t dimofithe fruit t EALTUANDBEAUTY The nervous patient should have eight or nind f ep To get the full valuo ot cold cream t must im let dry on the face akes trmdforth Bk n tp absorb It In indBsaglng wrinkles use the tips of The fingers and thumb always working across the line Never follow the lines of thq creases dconditionred corpuscles Al goOd iron tonic Is a necessity to improve such a complex Iou breakfaSttire system For an oily greasy skin sqUeeze half a lemon intothe water arid drink wlthoutn din sugar For a soft painful corn try the old fnshlonedrcmedy of binding it tightly In common baking soda moistened with a little water Tile most stub born and painful corns will disappear after three weeks of this treatment There is probably no more effective agent for producing the effect of a soft clear kin than a sheer white chiffon or mallnes veil Worn beneath the usual face veil Women who arc conscious of a few wrinkles are taking note of this lctfIf you wear corsets Oil day rem9vcIthe side stools and you will spcci1lIythe sewing inchlno or desk all day reGtj c 5 1 r t County Construction INCORPORATED t I thetclimbing tax pa4each year II Road On the Basis of Equipment and the plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing all kinds and conditions of roads public or pri vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale JSandsame in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed4 L = 1 I I Peoples StateBanCAPITAL 10OQOO This bank began business less than three years ago deplcsionh steady growth fro the start number pf pur depositors and the volume ofour business Wo enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially invited an account with usI Personal attenion to all business J M HCUGKIH Cashier J L BROVJ rJ President B GOCKRELL Vice President u t w ADVERTISE INrNI CHESTER IA NEW FEATURE AT- ARRETTS PHOTO mm Owitig to the i creasing calls up on me to rnakepHouse Views and Photographs in the homes Post Cards etc I have arranged with Expert View Ph anIa fine o utside Camera work and finish up the work in the gallery I will make sittings for Post Cards at my gallery getting out FINEST POST CARDS made in this city All work will be- nderu my personal supervision and MADE JUST RIGHTtand as fully guaranteed as though made wholly by myself B S BABKETT 22 North Main St COUNTY COURT DAYS I Below is a list of the days Count Courts are held month in cpun t l1esAnderson Lawreiiceburg 3rd Mon ay Bath jOwingsvillc 2ml Mpnday Efburbpn Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Bfcntliitt Jackson 4th Mondayi day CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mont Irvine 3rd Monday Fayclte Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Mon lay franklin Eranlcfprtr Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Mon ay Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monty Jessamine NicliolasyUle 3rd Mon day Lee Bcattyville 4th MondayILincoln Stanford Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysvillc 2nd Monday f JMerccv Harrpdsburg 1st Mpnday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rcI N IICPcndleton Fulmouth lst Monday Powell Stanton Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday r fVIYways a sIgn of good will ft the Philosopher of Folly 10 a man whose wife was Jng bouquets at Mm but she Obsarvel remove them from the pots SUBSCRiBE FOR THE 1 Jj r r r 4rm i T r 1 2 No can cost the Far mrs as much aa a poor en0J ap of in the in to open L N each Estill 1st 1st THE VERY BESTr Have any of our readers seen aid WeeklyEnquirer for a copy if fci so other pur ose than to note its present greaf thingshat onIments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social lifer where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the Income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts Q questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged to pWiIThe Grand Idea being thatIe As are our Homes so will be tfie COm- munity State and Nation A most desirable helps is anon sectarian sermon each weekas preached by that ibhical Stu4ent Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem porat rewards gained by rig1jteous- living as preferable to a Godless life that rio but nuser to the homeiOther departments and features are above the ordinary the unanI- mous verdict of its readers being 1tWSample copies may be had by writing to theENQSlKJiR Ccft unf Cincinnati 0 JSI M Popular Names In Britain f In England and Wales put pf every 100000 girls and boys 6 820 are called Mary and 6590 William IfIT SAVED HIS LEG jAll JIt t laid mdup Then Bucklens Armchvlt Salve cured It sound and well JJfnlijble for Skin Eruptrons z a t SaiL Rheum BoIls Fever cfi Bun s Scalds Cuts and PiJ tt 5 3 Phillips Urnll Store f tBefore All Things Humiltn Humility is thO A D C o- tlifeSt r iJVInqct t1 h 1t1 i q1f I r 1 j ieI- or l p l t et +J w ri1r t = 1ifI ci THE WINCHEsTE1ti NEWS K iie sevfil Tlje Home Departmentt F YOU want to lend a slaves life I start out by singing your baby to sleep eYMynight Maay women do this because they like todo it It is certainly a pretty- ictii4 to see the young mother c leriiag her first baby to sleep and one eajC hardly blame her for giving way fir the fascination and charm of these Mile moments when the baby drops tt to sleep to the sound of his mothers soft voice But a life of martyr tom te certain to follow such indttjiloee and when baby grows older is perfectly able to sleep- without accompaniment he refuses to lo UYHi demands to be sung to and slkot to and crooned to and some asiketsso interested and excited tnestaysawnke just to hear the rand finish of the story And mean while the evening is rapidly passing and any pleasure it held in store is lOllIng Its value Provided a mother is certain her baby Is not sick she should put the child to bed and leave it not taking it up to induce it to sleep She should avoid sitting In the same room and If baby never knows any other way than this of passing into slumberland it will make n6 unnecessary demands- It is better for a newborn baby to sleep In Its bassinet For one thing curtains may be fitted to shade its eyes and a bassinet Is apt to be warm erthFa crib besides giving l child more support at the sides And by the way a good bassinet may be made from a large oyal clothes basket If a crib Is used the sides should bo carefully lined to keep off the draught- It Is most Important that the babys bed be properly aired after It has been slept in But It Is also Important to have the bed clothes warm before the baby Is laid between them to sleep As soon as the baby is taken from the room the bed clothes should be stripped from the mattress and with the mattress well aired at the open windows for an hour or more When the child Is put to bed If the weather is cold the sheen should be warmed before the fire If this Is done there is no reason for the child being placed between blankets Blankets used In this way are not apt to be as fresh and sweet as they should Tempting a Child to Eat THE guardians of a finnlcky child that mealtime is often more than a matter of table setting and food buying Theorists say Make n child eat but mothers know that this Is often Impossible until the little one is reduced to sickness- It will be found easier to tempt the fitful appetite rather than to scold or punish Delicate children can often be coaxed Into a hearty meal when force work would mean a scene Make the meal a play time Serve bread and butter cut Into thin slices and piled up log cabin wise Into a house and pretend the child is an ogre to eat it up- Name dishes for different rhymes as Jack Horners pie for hollowed out rolls cooked like croutons and filled with the nourishing poached eggs Po tatoes can be molded into the form of a wall with an egg parched on top to represent Humpty Dumpty the child will quickly eat up the egg to i I prevent the great taU Boiled rice can be molded into snowballs floating Island can have u all sorts of delightful fancies woven about it vegetables can be cut into odd shapes and nourishing custards if put In Individual molds of animals will be eaten without a protest Beet juice usually causes a struggle but if the child pretends he is Jack the Giant Killer hurrying to get rid of the delicious juice lest the giant think it the blood of an Englishman it is swallowed without a murmur The game becomes of interest to mother as well as child as the neces 1 sity to Invent new stories and fresh forms to tempt the little one to eat demands Ingenuity Insensibly the child learns to eat so that later the practice can be discontinued A trouble Yes but not half eo trou blesome as to sit up half the night with a child cross from back of food or as to see dear ones dwindling from insufficient nourishment that a little effort could supply Plants for Children youngif1any and nature study and want to haVe flowers of their own It Is fool ish to give them expensive plants They may tire of them at any moment or forget them and let them die They can have just as much fun with a homely sweet potato or a hand ful of mustard seed with the added pleasure of trying an experiment Take an ordinary quart jar and a sweet potato of sufficient size that it will not go more than part way into the Jar Put enough water in to cover the bottom end of the potato and keep the water at this height Roots will come out at the bottom and green shoots at the top and presently there will be a pretty vine hanging out from the jar The mustard seed Is pretty too and takes up less room Put an old sponge in a saucer make it thoroughly moist and sprinkle It with a handful of mus tard seed Keep it wet Thjs seed will come out all green and will look like some fresh growing ball Do not use a flower pot saucer The moist ure comes through that to the table or whatever the plant Is placed upon t a ti Z dt dresses show coat effects 1New bouquets are a fad brims are narrowing for day time wear Latest handbags are patterned after mail bags Crows wings trim some of the fully felt hats Dark colors dominate In the spring suggestionsSome ornaments are mounted on combs A great many border linens appear on the counters Violets and gardenias are among the favorite flowers Fancy hosiery grows still more won derful every day GuImpes are now made of cambric as well as of net A jeweled band may be worn back or front on the hair An Improvised Rack One ingenious housekeeper has hit upon a novel rack for her back bath room much used by the children She unscrewed the curved wooden handle of an old umbrella bored a holo through the upper part for a hanger and stuck small screw hooks In the handle at Intervals A large wooden spool was slipped on the cut off part of the handle for an ornament and was covered with several coats of gilt paintThis rack when hung on the wall made a convenient holder for towels washrags and some of the smaller hooks were even utilized for tooth brushes Drees in a Good Light Try to arrange the light In your bed room so that it will fall directly on you as you stand In front of the glass It Is very annoying to go from a badly lighted drawingroom or place of entertainment and suddenly dis cover that something unnbtlceable in the semidarkness is decidedly amiss with ones toilet Side Closing in Skirts A marked feature of the new skirts Is the shifted position of the closing They almost invariably fasten on the left side of the back though the bod ices continue to close In the center sUtchTheytle touch is needed 1t r 1 I BIG SIXDAYRACE1 Best Pedestrians of Europe Entered In New York Event DORANDDS CONQUEROR IN Runners From Great Britain France Holland Italy and Germany May Compete Igorrotcs Training In PhiladelphiaRace to Start March 7 The pairing of the men and the elimination of ithe weak and untried athletes for the six day goasyou please race beginning March 7 In New York have progressed to the point that only twenty teams the foremost of the list of more than 100 names received are under consIdera tion of the officials of the contest The purpose of thEY race managers Is to hold the contest down to a field of not more than twenty picked teams The final choice df teams still re mains to be made but the management has accepted the pairing made by some of the more notable long dis tance men subject to change for cause before the entries for the race are announced definitely The tenta tive pairings include some of the leading foreign teams as well as tho teams from which most is expected from among the American and Cana dian entries the combination of fresh young Marathon race runners with veterans of six day races and road endurance trials Of the foreign teams that have sign ed the agreement for the race the combination of which has aroused the greatest share of Interests is that of Eduardo Cibot and Louis Orphee selected after careful trial and thorough strongestjthatPrance Clbot is an endurance performer of good reputation and accept ed as the champion of France in his special field and his choice of partner was Orphee a contestant in the 155 kilometer road race from Rouen to Paris last fall Another notable for elgn entry is that of Ferri known asj the champion distance runner and walker of Italy who has signed the matelsubjectone man he wants to pair with Ferrlt1 has a long record of distance races and competitions on the road through about all the countries of continental Europe and among his best performance has the record of having beaten Dorando Fletri the famous Italian Marathon runne The Igorrote team selected by Cap tarn J IL McRae who has charge of the men is composed of Nu Newt and Ma Lee Dan both Bontoc Igorrotes from Luzon They are now in Phila delphia where they have entered MurphysImade a strong appeal to tho Igorrotes as they long have been accustomed to severe trials over mountain roads SIMPSON WANTS RACE Qjibway Indian Anxious to Meet Longboat In Marathon Contest Still another rival of Tom Longboat the professional Marathon champion looms up In Fred Simpson an Ojib way Indian of Hiawatha Canada who ran sixth in the Olympic Mara thon of 1908 and finished ahead of Longboat Tom Eck handler of many famous cyclists and who trained Long boat for his run with Dorando has FLED SIMPSON WHO IS AFTEB TOM XiQKG BOATS SOALP Simpson under his management Eck say defeated Johnny Hayes in Canada and points to the fact thati in the recent twelve mile relay race in Madison Square Garden Shrubb the winner did not gain while the red skin wd doing his bit of four miles Eck also says Simpson will run Longboat Maloney Dorando Shrubb or Hayes tiny distance from fifteen miles tip to the Marathon route over any gccd truck either on turf or a board floor or that the Indian will take pSii In the proposed Interna tidnhV Marathon which nib be held in New T6rlc next month and that if he dces not finish one titer three be- will not ask for Il shared of the purge artens a luarant e ft OILED ROADS How the Highways In Southern California Are Made Dustless Roads are now kept free from dust PtrcaItlonIn condition through the use of oil Is cheaper than maintaining them In half condition during a single season sprinkling with water And when aE road has once been put into condition with oil It requires but slight addition expenditure to keep It so One hundred barrels of oil per mile spread over an area eighteen feet In width will put a road condition along the extent of the oiled surface and give an excellent roadway adequate for ordinary traffic The oil Is tfut on In three applicationSthe first at the rate of sixty barrels per mile and the two subsequent treatments at the rate of twenty barrels per mile eachGreat care must be taken In deliver ing the oil It should be hot when dis charged and poured upon a hot surface so that the worK of the oil sprinkling Is confined to the heat of the day The oil cannot be poured on indiscrim inately but must be drilled Into the dust as wheat Is drilled Into land pre pared to receive It If It Is not so ap evenlyIIn order to meet the requirements a machine has been devlsed A big tank mounted on four wheels drags a sort of tender box supported by two wheels Into which Is rUnfrom the tank a supply of oil This box has a furnace beneath It which heats the oil and at tached to It Is a drag looking something like a ba Take A number of curved rods or fingers go out from the bottom and these are drawn through the dust and along the road They mark little furrows In the dust and Into these furrows through a series of pipes Is discharged the oil A second finger or sort of thumb ar rangement fixed farther back turns the dust over the oiled furrow and the surface Is then left to absorb a process which requires about an hour to effect A roller Is then drawn over the oiled width and the first treatment Is completed HOW AUTOS DAMAGE ROADS Injury Already Done InMsachusetts Estimated at 5tfCW It Is hard to say what will be the ultimate damage to the roads said a member of the Massachusetts commis sion to a representative of the Boston Globecbut It has recently been esti mated by the board that 0000 dam age has been done already jjy autos This Is small In proportion to the cost of the roads but unless some new method of applyingsurface is adopted the damage is likely to be contlnuous that is repeated as fast as it is made good There Is something about the broad rubber tires of motor vehicles on wheels of small diameter peculiarly damaging to macadam roads A vacu um Is created by the tire which sucks the surface or binder from the road and It is blown away leaving the stones exposed The commission is experimenting with tar surfacing which has been used lu France successfully Experi ments have also been made by the park commissioners with an oil having an asphalt base Something new must be adopted and I have no doubt Massachusetts will not be behind In its adoptionICongressman Hobsons Campaign Captain Richmond P Hobson re cently elected to congress from Ala bama has completed a very Interesting trip through his district in the Interest of forestry drainage road building and Improved agriculture lit general says the Good Roads Magazine Sam uel Hill of Seattle tVash and Samuel C Lancaster consulting engineer of the office of public roads and other experts of the United States depart ment of agriculture accompanied Cap tarn Hobson on this trip It Is believed that much good will rfcfcult front his campaign and that as soon as the benefits resulting from It both to the district and to the congressman are made known other membersof con gress will Inaugurate similar cam palgns in their districts The Future American Highway The future American highway ac cording to an Inventor whose pam phlet is reviewed In Engineering News will be a paved roadway 120 feet lu total width divided by longitudinal curbs Into eight separate roadways four for passage in each direction He provides two sixteen foot roadways for animal traction vehicles and a four foot walk at each side for the stray pedestrians Who may still Indulge In the antiquated method of locomotion that nature furnished The rest of the width is devoted to automobile roads As the cost of this rem tk blehigh way would mount up to between 100 000 and 200000 per milithe inventor does well to call it a highway of the future To Build Automobile Roads In Nevada A good roads association is reported to have been formed In t l Xor the purpose of stimutatingthe build ing of roods exclusively for the use of aUtomobiles In the southern part of the state where automobiles aye becoming the means of rapid transit across the deserts It Is proposed to build among others roads Tdno pah to Goldfield to connect the mining camps of lTnhfittan and Biifirand other small ii mining camps later extending the roads to TVnller Lake reservation and then net ch 1 i pc U rf i iTime More Printing I Jt If do I 1 JIt J ii o i to t fl u a of of o f 1 1 j in q our of to vl can II the fl d 0 1 rt 4 n v IK A iu Jt jt v k w + e mss I S St i- Cut Flowers To keep the water fresh and sweet In vases of cut flowers add to it a small bit of sugar This Is successful oven In the case of such things as wallflowers I Notice j 1 A London man attempt angry husband from ojuslngBhis wife whereupon tho wife hotUand killed the good Samarifoa v jit Honor to Old Age Not to do honor to old ago is tpj e i 9 v 7 Sometimes the Jess thejB3tter5 We have noticed that qYTI u Thoughtful Walter r careful of thee soup gentlemen It is sb hot that it has scalded both my thumbs Meggen darter Blatter His Occupation A big brawny fellow in answer to a in a justice court utwhat he did for a living said Well sir in the spring I ketches anuUs young mockin birds in the i mostly sells rattlesnake buttons fer rattle fer the babies but in the wia trOL fometimwi his to chop wopdi 5 t r r i l rteIT high time that the business men of- of this vicinity were finding out that we qrethc Only Modem Printei s with Down to Jatev Outfit in the City of is time they were awaking to this fact they the eats and catch the eye of the public they must come to us for the printing with which to iit We offer these ads vantages J The Finest New and Down to the I Minute Type the Largest Stock and the Mo tSkilledWorkmenMoneycanobfaig IUCOULD YOU ASK FOR MOW Ware vain enough believe that we have line samples that will eclipse anything MlT kind thus sectionof andnothinggivgs us more pleasure than to exhibit to the users printers ink We would like call andshow you that vie deliver gpdd 11WM Gn TTWWINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED Printers of Anything Main New Phone 91 iJ 1nlpravent- an houseiherein f71AWaiterBe question summer Winchester wouldreach Machinery Kentucky production Evil Wrought by Want of Thought r Lack of thought Is often at the root of our mistakes in this world Eren our most serious mistakes over which we have prayed In anguish could in all probability have been averted if we had given to our problems a little gift of time and thought mKillS WOULDBESLAYER A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life pillS kill it by pre vention They gently stimulate tom ash liyer and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis outing Gonrtipatidn Billiousncss Chills Malaria Headache and Indi gestion 2o tit Phillips Drus Store Jimmys Grievance After Jimmy had attended school a fete days he begged to stay at hone Because said lie teacher says we mustnt talk and Im lid tired of whis pering y Useful Homo Remedy A Turldsk nth is skchan excellent tHing remarked Miss Tartan tfttft I have often fished three TurKs who Hll candies at expositions would take ofla oocasioBaily rStIsyl lien i- An article In the London Spectator on Bores has called forth the fPT lowing definition of a bore which wen given by the late Bishop Mackarnejw of OxfordUA bore is a man who w talk about himself when youawaai tea talk about yourself Sydney Smith Is said Ho be responsible for the o4tnal definition vW J s YHIsHard Position Gyer There goes a man then er seldom agrees with MyW Sfc Who is heT GrercHes a goTtrm went weather forecaster NEARDEATh IN BIG ROHDi j It was a thrilling zpcrieace J Mrs Ida Soper to race detk Jm years a severe lung trouble jveiir intense suffering she writs u several times neatly e ued my tkidfe All remedies failed and doe ien saiiij was incurable Then Jr Kites KeW Discovery brouhtqwisk reC a care so pcraaaefit ikat I lucre iiibeen troubled in twelve year Soper lives ia Big Eoeai Pia f lF kJSmieAatkta Croup Wh opte 0 ffk Mil ill Brotifiial atnffectietw c4 aa4 100 bottle free 111 bJr Ph1k C l j r IJ i Ll- J l I 1 j iP t f I I-I r I 1 5S 4S l SS IS h jiyYi L il Jif 4 7 i SH t tf ii tI Pi to it K i rI fDan Eiaht I THE WINCHESTER NEWS UNKNOWN MAN MURDEREDfr Body Found In Field Near Washington DC JOBBERY NOT TilE MOTIVE CNameon fraveieniCKeck Found In Pock DoubtcoOwing to Conflicting Adrdesses on Cards1a34 Have Been Inauguration Visitor Lured to Lonely Spot Killedand Body Dumped Into Field s Washington ilarch SThe body ot a ondressed man partly covered Itfi and a ragged wound in the found near Alexandria Va- Pasdistance from Washington 35f the packets of the clothing were travelers check for 300 issued 1 y the Wells at nLosF Schultz a card bearing the same name but with an address of 1314 Bpuglas street Sioux City Ia and another card which bears the name bf Mrs Alma Hume GilletteCThe theory that the suicide is not credited because of the cSthe fact that no weapon of any kind was found near his body The police thatiqbberycash and a gold watch were found in tIre pockets of the victim- After working upon all sorts of clews the Alexandria police arc stilI in doubt as to the mans identity and the manner of his death One theory Is that the murdered man was an In augur tlon vlsjtor who was lured hIsbOdfound about 4Obyards from the Alex andria railroad station I R Lntt ANGERS SUITOR F tilW6uWldow and Makes 4r Sure of Own Demise Plttsbufg March 8 flaking from tS e at her home in Beaver 30 jiyesjjwegt of here Mrs Mamie- MqKge jj gridQyr found Wm G Wll i1r1ajrejected suitor standing at her bedside and when she declared again in answer to his question that she did not love the man he fired four bullets Into her head Wilner killed hiniself by taking poison and then sno9jting iimself- Mr36 CcCS living but with no cKanpepf tKeqjpvery Wilner was 26 l arM ldJfhsivictIm is 30 Fri Routs Out Guests New SZrSktMarch 8Fire that- fgfrilteitn tHS basement and vsias qmmuIcated to the elevato- rShf1t na1balls caused the wealthy residents of the sevenstory Gramp lOll tfpartmbnts to tumble out of bed and In lhefr rifght clothing rush in a panic to the hans and fire escapes DlscbvormVtbe fire when every per bscmasleep Loiis Herndon the color elevator conductor lost no time n determining on a course of action Fifty families occupy the housed McCracken Found Guilty Mbundsville W Va March STho jury in the case of Dr Charles M McCracken of Cameron W Va who last Christmas eve shot and killed his twoyearold child arid seriously wounded his wife returned a verdict finding him guilty of second degree murder He can be sentenced to the penitentiary from 5 to 18 years Mc Crackens defense was Insanity JORDON IN CUSTODY Captured In San Francisco and Will Taken East Tomorrow San Francisco March SEmU Jor dan who is said to be wanted in New York tfn several charges including the murder of a policeman jailbreak ring on Ellis Island forgery and bring ini young women from France in vio lalion pf the immigration laws was captured here by secret service oil scersJeayo for New York tomorrow in cus t oayvQt secret service men J1 FiSt Denree Meadvnie PaMarch 8Alton V Hoover a young business man of At lantic Pa was found guilty of mur dervln tho first degree for the death ofl his Wife Nov 27 1908 When the verdict was announced the defendant wits apparently unconcerned but his aged father Dr T jL Hoover fl a lf Thwart Attempted Train Robbery Des MoInes Ia March 8pAn attempt wnsmadeto up and wreck Burlington train No S from the feast in a secluded spot in the local yards A switch was smashed SAn the lock broken Suspicious characters were scared away by yar jjl ectives The trail carries much curl ncr I tEI4ct G ronnios Successor Li fttQnOkla1rarch8At an in- ifprmit meeting of more than half oi 1h p c e prisoner of war at Fort Jill eliRible to yote for a lebie to sue d 9 t1 e J te sroM1mo Aaa flekii gte in otWhot of the Nednl brancb tIie5trIbiaA ch en cIiif L l j S l t COL GUNMHi NOW HAS HIS FARM BACK Walter L Church Alleged Purchaser Has Disappeared From the Vicinity PARIS Ky March 8As a rgsult coitliitiducted before Judge Dcniiis Dundon in the county court room at 10 oclock Saturday morning CoL was restored to the possession of his farm Roscdalc near Bscondida this county and Walter L Church the alleged purchaser of the property has disappeared Colonel biJudgeWhile County Attorney Tl E Moore at whose instance the proceedings were brought looked after the interests of the Commonwealth Judge Chcnault made a statement to the court that Friday Mri Church Im lmadQ a deed of transfer of the property to Mrs Laura Fran ces sisterof Mrs Cunningham who i turn hut rcTConveyed the prop rty to Col Cunningham leaving the ownership of the property as boron the allegedsale The question of the appointment committee to take charge of Col lillgluun find his estate and inquiry into his mental condition was continued by Judge Dun on indefinite y t COWARDLY ATTACK IS MADE IN WOLF COUNTY W palachalhaps Fatal Assault Saturday LEXINGTON Ky March S News has reached hdre from Hazel Green Wolfe county that Walachai perhapsfaSaturday The wound which was in the back is thought to be fatal although Spen cer is still alive BUSINESS PROPERTY ON NORTH MAIN SOLE Mrs Emma J West Buys From Wm Wooclcott Valuable Property on North Main Street Mr Wm Woolcott has sold to Mrs Emma J West the business property No 24 North Multi street The lot fronts ht feet four inches t NUilIt has on it a frame building The first floor is occupied by Friedmans Sample Shoe Store the second uiochy Barretts photo studio The named in the transaction is one dollar and other considerations It is understood to be about two hundred ohl rs per front foot MISS FOLEY IS SELECTED QUEEN OF CARNIVAL Beautiful and Popular Girl is Chm en By Students AsnQueen DANVILLE Ky March 8AAt a meeting of the students of Central University Saturday Miss Kathleen Foley the charming laughter of Mr and Mrs Jlichard Foley was chosen to be Queen of the May Carnival a university event which is looked forward to as one of the big society functions of Central Kentucky The Queentobe is one of the most strikingly beautiful girls and she isb as popular as she is beautiful The students have been congratulated universally for their splendid elec I nonr tyIMiss Foley Jwll known laud greatly admired licre1iOrc she Imp visited frequently How Lorelta Was Interested While the visitor told how he had ridden 30 thrilling miles on the cowcatcher ofa locomotive fiveyearold Lorella listened attentively As he concluded she asked Did you catch the cow Mr Blank iKitesThe Molteno Cape Colony farmers have hit upon a novel plan for dealing importediscaring locusts from the crops Mr and Mrs George Hon leave Monday afternoon for Cincinnati As to Friends A friend may be often found and IJst but an old friend can never be found and natur has provided that he cannot easily loat Samuel Johnson il si r Jt SUIT IS FILED AGAINST ALLEGED NIGHT RIDERS Frank Eckler Former Resident of Kentucky is Plaintiff InCase BCINNATI 0 Harelip 8STh auk Eekheifonner sideutof PailSmQutJI Ky now of Cincinnati suit in the United States court at C el facycuII muuarrisonthc by EUieir4tctsforced Mm to give up the tobacco hiinessnnd flee from the State He asks 25 imiiLiai Joseph Aulick Jams Lang Alfred Collier Fred Coin Tod Jones Charles Jones A 11uhickIn his lullof particulars Eckler stated that on the night of March 25 1J08 defendants and several others to him unknown attacked and drag gcd him from his home in Harrison county and kept him a prisoner In Peiidietoii county for sonic time BOLD MAN SURRENDERS TO SHERIFF OF SHELBY John W Thomas Jr Barricades tiHimselfAuthorities SIIELBYViLLE Kv March S hoiimihimself in his homo in the Marchalls recinct neighborhood and fully armed had for several days defied the officers who sought his unrest on charges of threatening the life of his brotherinlaw W J Thomas the wealthy banker and land owner of this county droyc into ShelbyyilleJ omiatteudedcd fThomasJudge Davis who fixed his bond at 3000 and that of Keel Roberts an alleged confederate at 100 The examining trial was set for next giyetheSUIT IS FILLED FOR ACCOUNTING OF AFFAIRS E N McCormick Prays For Appointment of Receiver For Big Oil Corporations LEXINGTON Ky March 8IMcCormick Saturday filed suit at Owingsvillc Ky against the Mt Sterling Oil mid Gas Company cor ormi lions and the individual stock raying for time appointment of a receiver and an accounting of affairs Mr McCOrmni k is a stockholder und Owns 500 slmrcs of 100 face value These companies have been KaglandOil House Richardson Mr Stephen D House of CIa y county and Miss Martha Richardson f Pinola Madison county secured a marriage license here and were mar od in Judge Evans office Saturday afternoon ELKS HEAD IS ON DISPLAY Elk Weighing 1100 Pounds Killed and Head Presented to Messrs Ha den and Bloomfield There is on exhibition in Bloom fields Clothing Store the head of an elk killed in the mountains of Wyom ig by Mr A E Hadden a cousin of JIr Shirlev Haddcns and was mind to him and Mr Bloomfield It Js said to be the head of an elk abput nine years old and is said to hav0 weighed 1100 pounds whon killed tI is said by all who have seen it to be the handsomest speci- mpiiLof its kind ocr seen in this part billAO country Time man Who monnt ed4tin New York says that he never seen but one other that was a finer ishlhWdlIrt Ijtadden would be glad to have all their fHcndcall and see it AVhile its there PONY SOLD J Newt Reriaker as agent for Dr- C H Rees sold his noted pony stal lion Scrim to MrT B Hodgkin for a fancy price Safety In Eminence Even in case of an acpident says the Philosopher of Folly the man who has climbed th0 highest is pound to fall on top of the heap ir f WT tT 5ii r7 C 1t I JAMS H WHITE ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY Prominent Equity Leader is to Run For Sheriff of Montgomery County MT STERLING Ivy Match S ames W White of Judy this county tmday announced his candidacy for Sheriff of Montgomery county rulLpopnlarfarmer has been identified with the Board of Control of Society of- quity in this cburity lie has never ofTeinid as a candidate for of lice Mr While in his announcement says if he is olcctod Mr IL C Rob son one oftho best known men in the county andformer Sheriff will b his deputy Up to the present time Mr White is the only announced cur 1110 for Sheriff limit two other men are mentioned as candidates Suit For Damages j In Mcnifec1 county suit for 25000 damages has boenjilcd by JN Beat ty admr vs Licking River Railroad Company and Yale Lumbur Company for the killing of Mr Beattys son G W Beatty which occurred last May The suit is tIme largest ever filed in- that county for loss of life or pot Nonal injuries Time suit was filed by Attorney J IT Williams The Swango Sale of Personalt- yT M Cravens auctioneer ieportstthe sale of the personal yr Swango as follows 35 ewes mid lambs 545 pot head mules from 93 to 14G pair twoyearold mules 200 yearling heifers 1325 per head yearling steers 2375 per ead cow and calf 4250 four standard hrod4 each corn 350 per barrel seed corn 300 per barrel hay 7 per ton pair pea fowls 4 chickens 840 per dozen farm i LGoodMisses Gfigsby of this city havo urchased from E R Little his farm pikCforfarm is one of the best located in the county m TRIAL ASKED f STOU Will CASt Plaintiffs lI ge tjhat Verdict Was Not Supported By Sufficient Evidence =LEXINGTON Ky March STlmi contestants in the Stoll will case which was Eriday sustained by the vevtlict oStii jury flied v motion in Circuit Court today for a now trial alleging as grounds that tho wsrdict was not supported by sufficient evi hence and that the court erred iu instructions as to the admission of certain evidence Judge Parker took the motion under advisement BIG NIGHT RIDER SUIT HELD AT DAWSON SPRINGS Amounts Sued For Will Aggregate 350000 Plaintiffs Have Strong Proof PADUCAH Ky March SAcon fcrencc between the attorneys and principals in all time suits for damages growing out of the itight rider depredations now pending In the Federal Court is beimig1ieldILL Daw son Springs but it is not bolipved final terms will bo reached for a few days yet though there is a strong probability that the cases will be sot lldd before the Federal Court moots here in April It is known fromjanthontiu sources that the plaintiffs have secured strong proof within time nast month whioli greatly strengthens their cae Timor are six laintifLs in the cases and the amouiits shed for will aggregate 350OOQ Before ana After Before marriage a woman is inter ested in the reflections in tho mirror alter marriage she is engrossed with the reflections in the mind The Last Straw UJ am entirely friendless remarked the man of gloom Why do you know today I bowed to the inevitable and it cut me Frivolous Person uA man about town as near as 1 UlcleGoshallwants to loaf around from pillar to post Aint satisfied to take up a place with the solid citizens every evenin in the grocery J A Paradox When it is khown that this country consumes as touch as 080000000 pounds of sugar in a year one wonders why there are not mare sweet tempered ones than there are 3 If t yS t I 9 2xG1i 29OO B 1 9 JtNtiiNJ wO UUl JACK JOHNSON IN HIS ENGLISH CLOTHES This picture of Jack Johnson the heavyweight champion pugilist and bis trainers was taken on board the ship that took Johnson from time scene of his victory In Australia to Condon Time giant will tour this country immediately upon his return from England and probably will obtain n match with Jeffries for next fall MINERAL SPRING IS TO BE DEVELOPED SOON II Capitalists Arc Much In terested in Spring Near Parks Hill CARLISLE Ky MnrQh 8 Lcx- inglqir capital will deyclpp the miner al spring which is loitec1On the Shannon firinnear Parks Hill Local pprsonWiiiiorostad in this spring went to Jjexinghon last week to cousnll with AEr Charles Jones ownpr of tlie Phoenix drug stdrc in regard to cs tablishhiff a botUing i lruil at the spring Ir Jones looked favorabi- mJoutiiu proposition but slntod that the plnnt would not bo built thisea HOII but that the water would hei hipped to Lexington and bottled there Time local tacit who arc interested in the spring feel highly elated ovti- thu ProPedtsS TOBACCO POOLED VON SIIEtIIYCllUTY CASE Damages of 3 Per Hogshead anft 2 Per Cent of Gras Pro ceeds Allowed SHKLJ3YVJLLE Ky Mareh TIlt enc nr the Shelby County Hoard of CcuiCrol against F rv Turner Cu charged with selling pooled to bueco outside of the punt WHS decide in County Judge Davis court am damages of 3 per bogshmoadand er cent of the gross T nroceeds al lowed Thoro were fourteen hogsheads I JdamI the Hoard of Control asked for 25 uddiiional allorueyt ffcs OPERA HOUSt J Jefferson Stock Otrrfjsy The Jefferson Slc k Ccnapajiy that is to be semi at he opera house nIl this week arrived in the city Mon diy morning with tioir troupe tjf twenlvtwo puuple ajul their chal lenge hand and orchestra On ac count of the rainy weather the parade that was to take place Jf noon was postponed with toujovrafr The JoiTarsciK Sft ek Gompanv i the only Stock goiitytiiby tivffi hastcVfeif come to this JU t flftirnwlrtbobr oii- Cli0stfft I o i Defense of Old atherT imtk We nil change but tats fwith Time Tim does hIs WQrk e Y fgr1l1incUse j aqd scorns to hny yOtiat at liisal vautageDickons IIInvention of Porcelain At a display of pQrceam In an exhibitor said that Chinese 01xaI ture ascribes the invention of 25cci1Q1reslbeford isnobefore the seventh century ofa SubsrFprISYhcre for e Be Cheerfu 1 German iiTrdyerbrA happyvhearf beger than avfullypurse sc I r l z h t OODFORD HOSPITAL IS INITIATED Two CliiWron Are Operated Upon Formal Opening Was Held Sunday- VFktSAfl4jjISRy MarcH Srlhfi- nst c patients adriiUUd to the uqT ciTolfortlaaes of Dr Stcudraan Tlie opera Hun WItS peifonnod Saturday aftciv noon for adenoids on Agnes Morancy liailey the 3ycnrrold daugliter ol iiffiPonsin II P Morancy Jr tile young yon of Mr audi Mrs Ilmiore Moranoy EXCONGRESS 1AN IS WaCOME IN LEXINGTON W P Kibmal Has Returned Home After Serving Term in Honor of Representative LEXINGTON Ky March 8BCongressmaii YoP Kimball clIO re tired on March 4 after serving one term in the National House of Ifeprc senJatiYes from the famous old Ash and Distri t retnm net home from Washington Saturday Admiring friends of Mr Kimball gave him a cordial welcome and arc arranging a banquet hi his honor which will be given in a few laysiIt is likely thtt a number of Onfcof own speakers will be present und he affair promises to be a liotablr me IISTE COMMENDS ACTION OF TEAM Cutting Out of Sunday Baseball Games is Commended By Ministerial Association At a meeting of time Ministers As sociation held this morning tho Pros ident WAS instructed to express the strong commendation apd apprecia t dm5ioiiBaseball Association iu enttuig out al Sunday han playing by the club representing our city Th6y recog n ize Ute deference paid therein to the OirwiUan scrirtjaoat of the community add consider that it should bo taken t4 but another frvidencp of time liigh morn sUmSing WinchosteiliUs and will continue to iitiiiUaan Junong to itiemPof Keutumoky it V 1 c Prcsident t LiveWelthe RresentvDayi Today well livfed makes every yes terday a dI3ptof happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hdpeFtozpr the Sanserif x I Tree Tenacious of Life The life tree grows in Jamaica It gets its name from the fact that if plantthe3grow Nothing will destroy heir life cxcCiit fire Costly lrcenseStIckbSpine of the made in Th cost from one to to dollar apiece l Vv r 7 J CLASSIHE COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per laser tion 5 cents per calender mouth Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of snrae item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used withi one year j4 cents a j lute FORS LE Building lotS oifFjtiioh uvciiuc Tho best Iocxli0l j tho city for a home SEf JITHE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE CR RENTTwo des able dwellings one on Haggarc street the other corner of Burn and Bcckucr V B AZBJLL 2Hlmo WANTED Tu take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col Iqge street Home phone 35- 4112lmo FOR SALE Cheap graphophonc and about 30 r cordalso large Morning Glory horn Address NIL B this office 10If- WANTEDSuwing at home or in families MRS HADDBN 21 Taylor avenue 215lmo WANTED To buy clean rags Apply at The News office- 217tf WIREFENCEIstill build all kinds of wire fence It in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Vim avenue Home phone 541 x 2lGtf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217itf FOR SALE Old papers for sale at this office 216tf FOR SALE 150 feet ofyard fence YoTIllfCOM 2lS S High land 31tf FOR SALEA good work horse Apply at News office or call 055 Home phone 2r25tf WANTED TO RENTOn shares 100 acres land acres for tobacco timid 30 micros for corn Address Y C BOWEN Stanton Ky 342t- WANTEDIAve energetic collector and solicitor in Winchester Sal ary and commission Married man preferred Address Au Box 4G5 Lexington Ky 34ft3t Sec demonstration of rtiHcit Buckle at Currys by trf Kate Moore Exia 334t DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COL L youTehavc planrJitcregarding our offer of ti free scud collegelddrEast 23nd Sticct JfqfcYis City g42t FOR SALE Onn Hood wprk horse cheap G D FOX Home phone G55 453t FOR RENT Roonis MISS CAR miK M WBLL 1N G6r7 Maple 32CL FOR RENT Cottage No 10 Hick man street five rooms and bath Write T L PmLLIPS 112 Dallas street San Antonio Texas or apply to JOHN C BEAN 3Gl T FOR SALE Three gas heating stoves for sale cheap Apply Nor 10 Hickman street 3f1ff- WANTEPA tinner Will pay250- per day Steady work to good man fainostLexington WINCHESTER ROLLER WlLLS =The oldest and best institution in the county is the WTunehcstrfloller- Mills Why not uhjkirthe andJV1iite 1fM Fir J r I rr- a j b jt t i4 j- vs ilL i tI t I trv i yitt 4 7 Yi + t 2 tfT banaEtht I THE WINCHESTER NEWS d L If UNKNOWNMAN IS MURDERED flI Body Found la Field Near fashington DC J vIROBBERY NOT TilE MOTIVE r rJrNameon Checfc Found In Pock et but ProisabTe Residence In Doubt Owing to pnflcting Adrdesses on cardspiay Have Been Inaugura tion Visitor Lured to Lonely Spot Killed tld Body Dumped Into Fieldt Washington March 8The body of a Ttfelltdressed man partly covered JiujiHMiw and a ragged wound in the I ckSyras found near Alexandria Va short distance from Washington In the packets of the clothing were travelers check for 300 i55 dby tileWe1J a Fargo Express company at f Los Angeles Gal payable 10 Walter F Schultz a card bearing the same name but with an address of 1314 Douglas street Sioux City la and another card which bears the name of Mrs Alma Hume Gillette The theory that the man committed suicide is not credited because of the peculiar character of the wound and the fact that no weapon of any kind was found near his body The police also assert that it is improbable that robbery was the motive as S28 in cash and a gold watch were found in the pockets of the victim After working upon all sorts of clews the Alexandria police arc still in dOubt as to the mans identity and the manner of his death One theory is that the murdered man was an in auguratlon Visitor who was lured away frbfi thecity murdered rnd his bodtthroti into a field where it was found about 40t yards from the Alex andria rai1ro d station i 1REJECION ANGRS SUITOR fFataflly Widunlis Widow and Makes j Sure of Own Demise PlttsDiug March 8 Waking from asoncrieep at her home in Beaver 3gARYe 1 wegt of here Mrs Mamie lrcIce a ow found Wm G Wll nVnJ rejected suitor standing at her bedside and when she declared again in answer to his question that she did not love the man he fired four bullets into her head Wilner Killed hiniself by taking poison and then bo9P iimse1f- ct Js lIing but with no ch 0690 9f1overy Wilner was 26 yearp 1d1J1s victim is 30 t tf Vire Routs Out Guests New TorV March 8Fire that IglhaVeM xhtrio basement and was sbonqqmmunlcated to the elevator shafcah caused the wealthy residents of the sevenstory Gramp Ipri dart inti to tumble out of bed and in thefr night clothing rush in a TJariic to the hulls and fire escapes Discovering the fire when every per son but1 imself in the house was asleep Ldiis Herndon the colorva elevator conductor lost no time n determining on a course of action Fifty families occupy the house McCracken Found Guilty Mbundsvllle W Va March STho jury iri the case of Dr Charles M LljcCracken of Cameron W Va who last Christmas eve shot and killed his twoyearold child arid seriously wounded his wife returned a verdict finding him guilty of second degree murder He can be sentenced to the I penitentiary from 5 to 18 years Mc Crackens defense Was insanity Y JORDON IN CUSTODY Cpur ptn San Francisco and Will Taken East Tomorrow San Francisco March 8EmU Jor danwho ts said to be wanted in New York on several charges including the murder of a policeman jailbreak JI on Ellis sand forgery and bring ing women from France in vi- olattonpthe immigration laws was captured here by secret service officers and local detectives He will Jeao for New York tomorrow In cus l men tctserviceIn First Decree- jIeadvillei Pa March gAiton V Hoover a young business man oAtliintic paw s found guilty of mur derln the first degree for the death ofhis wife Nov 27 1908 When tie verdict was announced the defendant iwas apparently unconcerned but his aged father Dr Tf L Hoover l t Thwart Attempted Train Robbery Des MoInes Iaj March 8An at tempt waa ihVde to hold up and Wreck Burlington train No S from the least in a secluded spot in the local yards A switch was smashed and the lock bro en Suspicious characters were scarfd away by yard detectives The trail carries much cicy EIIct Geronimos Successor idOk1a 1farc 8At an i- nfrn1 14ieetm of mar bai bal i- ihk1pIc1e proner3o war at Fort ifllIeiIgIte to e for chief o suc ce ewt1M late GnIn Aa Den1t ofWboi c4hNedfli branch t ti t1i trlbeJw cletchiefsi k f t 1 MJUlWAMIiOW HAS HIS FARM BACK Walter L Church Alleged Purchaser Has Disappeared From the Vicinity PARIS Ivy March 8As a rgsult of Inquiry into the iminhU cohdisj tibii of Coll John ClJlinin ham coni dueled before Judge Dennis Dundon the county court room at 10 oclock Saturday i morning Col posIsessionEscondida this county and Walter L Church the alleged purchaser of the property has disappeared ColoMcl Cunningham was represented by Judge John Chenault of Richmond while County Attorney Tl E Moore at whose instance the proceedings were brought looked after the interests of the Commonwealth Judge Chenault made a statement to the court that Friday Mn Church had made a deed of transfer of the property to Mrs Laura Fran ces sisterS of Mrs Cunningham who in turn had reco eyed the prop erty to Col Cunningham leaving the ownership of the property as before the alleged sale The question of the appointment of a committee to take charge of Col Cunningham and his estate and in iquiry into his mental condition was continued by Judge Dundon indefin itely COWARDLY ATTACK IS MADE IN WOLF COUNTY Walachai Spencer is Victim of Perhaps Fatal Assault Saturday LEXINGTON Ky March 8 News has reached hdre from Hazel Green Wolfe county that Walachai Spencer was waylabiand perhaps fatally shot near there at daybreak Saturday The wound which was in the back is thought to be fatal although Spencer is still alive- BUSINESS PROPERTY ON NORTH MAIN SOLD Mrs Emma J West Buys From Wm Wootlcott Valuable Property on North Main Street Mr Win Woolcoit has sold to Mrs Emma J West the business property 24 North Maui Rtreetlhc lot fronts twentyeight feet four inches and extends west to the alley It has on it a frame building The first floor is occupied by Friedmans Sample Shoe Store the second floor by Barretts photo studio The price named in the transaction is one dollar and other considerations It is understood to be about two hundred dollars per front foot MISS FOLEY IS SELECTED QUEEN Of CARNIVAL Beautiful and Popular Girl is Chis en By Students As Queen DANVILLE Ky March 8iUameeting of the students of Central University Saturday Miss Kathleen Foley the charming laughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Foley was chosen to be Queen of the May Carnival a university event which is looked for ward to as one of the big society fUllclonsof Central Kentucky The Queentobe is one of the most strikingly beautiful girls and she is as popular as she is beautiful The students have been congratulated universally for their splendid elect on Miss Foley is well known and greatly admired here where she hap visited frequently How Lore fa Wa Interested While the visitor told how he had ridden 30 thrilling miles on the cow catcher of a locomotive fiveyearold Lorella listened attentively As he concluded she asked Did you catch the cow Mr Blank Kites for Locusts The Molterib Cape Colony farmers hav hit upon a novel plan for dealing with locusts A farmer has imported some eagle kites for the purpose of scaring locusts from the crops Mr and Mrs George lion leave Monday afternoon for Cincinnati As to Friends A friend may be often found and lost but an old friend can never be found and nature has pro hled that he cannot easily 1oLUSamuel Johnson 4 k i L 44 J10 h IIofyo C SUIT IS FILED AGAINST ALLEGED NIGHT RIDERS Frank Eckler Former Resident of Kentucky is Plaintiff InCase L4 CCJNNATJ 0 Marclv 8 Fragile Eckler former resident of Fat mQutli Ky nof Cincinnati filed suit ii the United States court at CoYingtou Saturday morning against elaycnrcsidcnts ofPcndleton and Harrison counties He alleges that thpdefmdanls banded together and bytliciracts and hispaly of fire arms forpcd hum to give up the tobacco bluiincssvand flee from the State He tasks 25000 damages The defend ants ruve John Riddle James Riddle Joseph Aulick James Lang Alfred Collier Fred Golvin Tod Jones Char lcs Jones Kirby Hamilton Everett Aulick and Jesse Allen Tn his hillof particulars Eckler stated that on the night of March 25 1U08 defendants and several others to him unknown attacked and drugged him from his home in Harrison county and kept him a prisoner in Pendleton county for sonic time BOLO MAN SURRENDERS TO SHERIFF OF SHELBY John W Thomas JrJ Barricades Himself and Defies Authorities SIIELBYVILLE KV March s John W Thomas Jr who barricaded himself in his homo in the Marchalls precinct neighborhood and fully armed had for several days defied the officers who sought his arrrcst on charges of threatening the life of his brotherinlaw W J Thomas the wealthy banker and land owner of this county droye into ShelbyyilleJ unattended Saturday and surrendered to Deputy Sheriff C S Bagkett Thomas was taken before County Judge Davis who fixed his r bond at 3000 and that of Keel Roberts an alleged confederate at 100 The examining trial was set for next Tuesday Neither was able to give the required bond SUIT IS FILLED FOR ACCOUNTING OF AFFAIRS E N McCoimick Prays For Appoint ment of Receiver For Big Oil Corporations LEXINGTON Ky March SEN rccOr11UCk Saturday filed suit at Owingsville Ky against the Mt Sterling Oil aird Gas Company cor pOJH lions and the individual stockholders praying for the appointment ofa receiver und an accounting of affairs Sir McCormick is a stockholder and awns 500 shares of 100 face value These companies have been operating extensively in the England Oil Fields HouseRichardson Mr Stephen D House of Clay county and Miss Martha Richardson of Pinola Madison county secured a marriage license here and were mar vied in Judge Evans office Saturday afternoon ELKS HEAD IS ON DISPLAY Elk Weighing 1100 Pounds Killed and HeadPresented to Messrs Hadden and Bloomfield There ton exhibition in Bloom fields Clothing Store the head ofan elk killed in tlm mountains of V yom ing by Mr A E Hadden si cousin of Mr Shirlev Haddens and was pie entad to him and Mr Bloomfield It js said to be the head of an elk Inine years old and is said to luivp weighed 1100 pounds when haojscenmpiiipf its kind ever seen in this part mountIIseen but one other that was a finer specimen than this one The head isI vaUed at 500 Mr Bloomfield Mr Hidden would be glad tpliave all tlieir friends call and sec it while it is there PONY SOLD J Newt Rcnaker as agent for Dr C TI Rees sold his notodpbny stal lion Scrim to Mr W B Iodgkin fora fancy price Safety in Eminence Even in case of an acpident says 1manwhoto fall ontop of the heap i1 1 1 jANNOUNCES Prominent Equity Leader is to Run For Sheriff of Montgomery County MT STERLING Ky March 8 James W White of Judj this county Saturday announced his candidacy for Sheriff of Montgomery county Mr White ia wealthy amid popular farmer and a lending tobacco man mal has been identified with the Board of Control of Society of Equity in this cbuiity He has never before offcvddis a candidate for office Mr White in his announcement says if ho is elected Mr R C Rob inson one of the best known men in the county mida former Sheriff will be his deputy Vpto the present time Mr White is the only announced can didate for Sheriff but two other men are mentioned as candidates Suit For Damages In Menifee county suit for 25000 damages has boon filed by JN Beat ty admr vsv Licking River Railroad Company and Yale Cumber Company for the killing bi Mr Bealtys son G W Bently which occurred last May The suit is the largest ever filed in that county for loss of life or por sonal injuries The suit was filed by Attorney J IT Williams The Swango Sale of Personalty YoM Cravens auctioneer reports the sale of the personal property of W T Swango as follows 35 ewes and lambs 545 pet head mules from 03 to 14iB pair twoyearold mules 200 yearling heifers 1325 per head yearling steers 2375 per head cow und calf 4250 four standard bred 4 each corn 350 per barrel s edcorn 300 per bar rel hay 7 per ton pair pea fowls 4 chickens 840 per dozen farm implements and furniture high prices Good Farm Sale Misses Grigsby of this city have purchased from E R Little his farm of 8ilkwres lying on the Levee jiikc for 11500 or about 132 per acre The farm is one of the best located in the county NEW TRIAL ASKED I STOLL WILL CASE Plaintiffs jIIege That Verdict Was Not SUPP9rted By Sufficient Evidence LEXINGTON Ky March SThe contestants in the Stoll will ease which was Friday sustained by the verdict oiia jUIY filed a motion in Circuit Court today for a now trial alleging as grounds that the rdict was not supported by siiffleiezitcvi deuce und that the court erred in instructions as to the admission of certain evidence Judge Parker took the motion under advisement BIG NIGHT RIDER SUIT UD AT DAVSON SPRINGS Amounts Sued For Will Aggregate 350000 Plaintiffs Have Strong Proof PADUCAH Ky March 8Acon ference between the attorneys mid principals in all the suits for dam ages growing out of tho iTight rider depredations now pending ill the Federal Court is beinglieidat Daw son Springs but it is not bolipved final terms will be reached for a few days yet though there is a strong probability that the cases will be sot tldd before the Federal Court meets hero in April It is known from authentic sources that the plaintiffs have secured strong proof within the nast month which greatly strengthens their case There arc six plaintiffs in the cases and the nggrcgateI Before ana After Before marriage a woman Is inter ested In the reflections in the mirror after marriage she is engrossed with the reflections in tho mind The Last Straw I am entirely fri 1dlcss remarked theman of gloom Why do you knowj today I bowed to the IneviUulo and it put me Frivolous Person man about town as near as T kin figg r it out remarked Uncle Goshall Hemlock is a feller who wants to loaf around from pillar to post Aint satisfied to take up a place with the solid citizens every evenin in tim grocery jAWhen it is known that this country consumes as jnuch as 000000000 pounds of sugar a year one won ders there are not more sweet t tempered ones than there are lrti 1 T i J cQpyIcKt L9brc I 1 D flW DjWOIi H JACK JOHNSON IN HIS ENGLISH CLOTHES This picture of Jack Johnson the heavyweight champion pugilist and his trainers was taken on board the ship Unit tool Johnson from the scene of his victory in Australia to London The giant will tour this country immediately upon his return from England und probably will obtain a match with Jeffries for next mail ilEHAL SPRING IS TO BE DEVELOPED SOON Lexington Capitalists Are Much rh terested iri Spring Wear Parks v Hill CVJlLTsE K Mnroh SIexington capital will develop the miur alspJing which is 1cmtedon the Shannon farm near Parks Hill Local personWhiiorested in this spring went to Lexington Inst woek to conspll with Mr OhajUS Joucs owner of he Phoenix drug fitdrc ill regard to es tablishing a bottling plant at the spring itr Jones looked favorably upon the proposition but stated that the plnnt would not be built this sea HOI1bnt that the water would bt shipped to Lexington and bottled there The local mon who are interested ill tIme spring feol highly elated ovci the prosjpects TOBACGO POOLERS uVON SHELBY OOIIY CASE Damages of 3 Per Hogshead anti 2 Per Cant of Gras Fro ceotlsl Allowed 8HEL13YVILLE Ky March S The cascrof the Shelby County Board of Cantaal againBt F Turner Coehnrgodvith selling pooled to- lUC0051Sj2U of the pool WHS decirtei in County Judge Davis oonrt mt damages of 3 per bogshoad and f tel cent of the pruas proceeds al owed Thoro were fourteen Impshwads sold aud the Hoard of Control asked for 25 additional tOI1Y fees OPERA HOUSE rrr Jefferson Stock Nny The Jefferson Stcek Oompupy that is to beJ seed at he ouoru house all this week arrived in tho c ty Moo diy morning with thoU troupe df twenlvhvo people and their chaji lengc hand and orchestra On ac count of the rainy woaihorthe pa ride that was to take place aft noon was postponed until toiofoortvv The JoiMsdit Stock eompaii is the only Stock aouipnny jhtt Ittu eVer come to this thAt carded fthp own orchosti 7 rDefense of Old Father Tirrie VJlhllmIJine1Usehla d scorns to hav6 you at atised vautiige Dickcns 1 Invention of Porcelain At a display of pbrcejain in China an exhibitor said that Qhinese litlra ture ascribes the Invention of porcelain to a period some 25ceniirnsbef- ore Christ Foreign expertare by aifiexisjtedberore SUbs ten For I Ni t therefore tBefChefrful errnan A haPiYJe ar i betLer than u fuupuFse I VJOODFORO HOSPITAL IS INITIATED Two ChiWron Are Operated Upon pormal Openina Was Held Sunday Vl RSAILLBS KV MarchSThi first patients adrtiitUd to the Woodford county hospital were two cases of Dr Stcadmau Tile oponi tion was performed Saturday afternoon for adenoids on Agnes Mo rancv lillY the 3yenivold daughter oi Mr and Mis Irvin Railey anda unsin II P Morahcy Jr the young son of Mr and Mrs Ilonore Mornnoy fXCONGRESSf1AN IS NEECOME IN LEXINGTON W P Kibmall Has Returned Home After Serving Term in Honor of Representative LEXINGTON Ky March 8lixCongressman W P Kimball who re tired on March 4 titter serving oiu term in the Nutioual HMISC of Rcprc sentatiyeH from the famous old Ash and Diitriot returned home from Washington Ssiturdiy Admiring friends of Mr Kimball gave him a cordial welcome and are arranging a banquet in his honor which will be given in a few days It is likely that a number of outof own speakers will be present and lie affair promises to be a lioUblt one iiiiSTE cinsACTION OF TEAM Cutting Out of Sunday Baseball Games is Commended By Min isterial Association- At a meeting of the Ministers AIsociatiou held this morning tho Pres ident w h instructed to express the strong commendation ajjd apprecda lion of the action of Winchestor Baseball Association in owttiug out al Sunday ball playing by the club representing our uiiv fffi6y recog nize time deference pdaid thcrcii ta the Christian s ritilnoot of tlio community mid consiiler that it should bo tiiken as but another Evidence of the high mpral standing Winehostaivlihs and will continue to uniiatajn among the cities of Kentucky v WM CR DJl lr President Live WclJthc PrescntDiy- Today well liyfd nuikes every es terday a dre matJu ppfnoss and every tomorrow a vision of hdpe From the Sanserif x Tree Tenacious of Life The life tree grows in Jamaica It gets its name from the fact that if theileaves are broken from the plant they will navertheless continue to row Nothing will destroy their life excapL fire Costly Ircense Sticks Some 6f the inconse sticks made in fsap1eee Tr t t4 t f1o r CLASSIflE COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per ins r Lion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item chargcU on books for less than 25 ecrifsqf There continuous insertions o snrao item at double the orerate For 250 lines or Imor used withouieycar4 iceni yline FOR SALE Buihling lots cii liJf iou avenue TIme best location ji the city for a home GE THE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE CR RENTTwo des able dwellings one on Ilaggaiu street the other corner of Burn and Bcckucr VI P AZBILL 2lIlmo WANTEDTu take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rollis tim- bales and rosettes MISSLUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 21 Col lege street Home phone 5J 112jLiho FOR SALE Cheap grapliophone and about 30 r cordalso large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 10Ef- WANTEDSewing at home or in families MRS HADDEN 21 Taylor avenue 215imo- WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at Time News office 217tf WIRE FENCE I still build all kinds of wire fence It in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 v 2lGtf- FOR RENTTwo houses Nl T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers for sale at this office 216tf FOR SALE 150 feet ofyard fence YoTlIrrrCOlm 218 S High land 31tf FOR SALE A good work horse Apply at News ollice or call 063 Home phone 22o tC WANTED TO RENTOn shares ioo acres land 6 acres for tobacco and 30 acres for corn Address Y C BOWEN Stanton Ky iJ42t WANTED Live energetic collector and solicitor in Winchester Sal ary and commission Marricdman preferred Address Au Bj1f5 Lexington Ky 34 Sec dttinonstratidn of Safety Belt Buckle at Currys by s Mrs Kate Moore EXIJ 3 1 1t DOYOUWANTTOGo TO C01 LEGEirso woean help you Vc have already put hundreds throiigh Ili1myijteregarding our otter of a free schol cdllQEeAddress East 22nd Stileet Ney Xtfl City 3t2iF- OR SALEOne fiood worO Jiprse lllOllcG55T4 FOR R ENT Rooms MfesLJK R lUE lI YELIJS N 60N51ijfe3b FOR RENT Cottage JTo 10 Hick man street five rooms and bath Write T L PHILLIPS 112 DjlllaS street San Antonio Texas or aj ply to JOHN C BEAN 3G li FOR SALE Three gas hpugng stoves for fiale cheap Apply 1or 10 Hickman strc t3ftctri- WANTEDA F tinner Will iay24o tI1lnnILexington Ky 32 M 01 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institiftiomi ia the county is the WinchestlrRolter Mills Why not usa loiif tbc best made Kerr perfHiiH aSi4 SHiite Pearl flour has notqiial g krka Fer Tivr 4 i tiJT t