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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf c 3 v 4 1ArtiditIon VOL 1 NO 126 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEK ISCHIDUlE IS TO lBE REARRANGED Winchester Base Ball Clubs Decision r Renders Change Nec r1 essary t President Gorge I Hammond vof the Blue Grass League has called a meetingof the directors of that or ganization to take place in Lexington IM JsiyTjlf lernoon at 1 oclock when severaT important matters will be dis cussed fVOne thing to be considered Alvillbe the rearranging the sehed no for Ifext season on account of the recent decision of thelWinchester SundL1Yorarnes rotiu The efcll for the meeting was sent out yesterday morning by President Hammond and fully twenty of the most prominent men connected with the league will be present At this meeting the uinoiro question will al so come up and the final selections of the indicator men probably will be made Visit League Park Time visiting members will be taken to League Park on North Broadway After the meeting is finishedand shown this nary park and the splendid improvements that have been made there by the local management It is said that some of them intend to mod cl their fields after the Lexington park and that they will take their ground keepers with them for the ex presspurpose of letting them have a look at manager Sheetsplnce Jeff Elgin Jeff Elgin manager of the Paris team was in that city yesterday and held a long conference with President Hammond Jeff has not yet received 1 Jiis release from Dayton but hopes to have it within a few days and his confab with President Hammond was on that subject Preparations for the reception of the Rochester team are being com pletedIvorythingg possible to make their stay plgajsant will be done by Manager Sheets and his assistants w1Ii RTE STABLE IN ARGENTINE REPUBLIC Jas B Haggin Has Made Lucrative Offer to J 0 Keene to Train For Him Special to The News- LEXINGTON Ky March 10 Jas B o1paeration ofa stable of thoroughbreds accordsing to information revealed here to r day in a telegram from California iWhieli stated that he had made an offer to J 0 Keene to train for him in the South American country Keene t laid contemplated another invasion of r tip Russian turf the coming summer because of the great successful year Jby him there several years ago but if the offer made to him by the master of Elmendorf is more lucrative he will abandon the Russian trip He will go to New York within a few days to confer with Mr Haggin YOUNG WOMAN 10 NURSED COOPER HERE Miss Elizabeth Cockrell of Nashville Tenn is the Guest of Her Uncle Miss Elizabeth Cockrell of Nash villc Ten and her brothers Mc Kinjey of Jamestown S D and Sam J of Jackson Ky arc the guests of their uncle Sam Jett Their brother James was assassinated at Jackson several years tagb They have oncf sister in Japan and a brother in the Philippines JJ Miss Elizabeth is a trained nurset She wait l pn Robin Cooper after he was shot in 1tl in which Senator CiumitcliiAskilJedund for which Cooper fginow being tried for his life FLOOD JN ALABAMA Special v MONTGOMER3Ala March 10 A int Alabama River here drotititnedtliicc whiles and three- w y r Ia J t 1 Ji xri1 t j it i ilf fif Rra i 1 J ii J G r li 1 j L f l r1 ittl 4 l1 f f fi 9 r C i 11 7tl r M rf L THE WINCHESTER NEWS TITLE FOR GOVERNMENT BUILDING HAS NOW BEES APPROVED Mr MIT fEldowiiey Receives Letter Wednesday Stating That Check For 14000 Will Be Sent At Once letter received by Mr M T Me Bldowriey Wqdnesday from the legal department at Washington says that the title to the site for the govern ment building has been approved and the Treasurer instructed to send a u PROF MOORE WILL DELIVER LECTURE Members of K of P Lodge Request ed To Be Present Thursday Night Prof Moore of Kentucky Wesleyan College will deliver an address at the Kof P lodge Thursday night at 8 oclock All members are earnestly requested to be present COMMITTEE FAft1 TO MATERIALIZE Committee is Composed of the Chair man of Respective County Committees DANVILLE Ky March 10rThe Democratic Committee of the Judicial District composed of Boyle Mercer Garrard and Lincoln counties which was called to meet here Monday af ternoon for the purpose of naming the time and mauler of nominating candidates for the Circuit Judge anti Common weal Uifs Attorney failed to materialize The committee is com posedof the chairman of the respec JamesHamiltonunable to attend on account of being engaged in court and D Lee Currey of Mercer county refnsed to attendwith Hamilton absent so the meeting had to be called pff as G L Penny of Stanford and Chenault Huguely of this city were not suf ficient to constitute a quorum for the transaction of business There is no contest over the posi tion of Commonwealths Attorney Hon Charles A Hardin of Harrods burg having made such ljui efficient official that the people with one ac cord desire to retain him There are three candidates for Circuit Judge two of whom have already made their official isareCounty Judge J S Owsley and M C Sauflcy both of Stanford Hon W C Bell the incumbent states that he is a candidate but has not yet of ficially announced Saufiey has de clared in favor of a primary but it is not known what the other two candidates desire- SECRETARY OF WAR MAKES FIRST ADDRESS 1J M Dickinson Explains His Status as Democrat and What Caus ed His Appointment CHICAGO March 10 Secretary of War J M Dickinson nppcared be fore the Iroquois Chib a Democratic organization last night and made his first formal address since bis ap pointment by President Taft Sec retary Dickinsons presence in this body was objected to last week by former Mayor Edward F Dunne on the ground of inconsistency In his remarks the Secretary explains his status as Democrat and told the club thcIpoint hire T CHANDLER BIBLE CLASS W S Duty invites all the members of the Chandler Bible Class to meet with him Friday evening from 730 to 9 30 This class meets the second Friday night in each month for the purpose of cultivating a closer friendship between its members Mr Duty will be pleased to have all the members Avith hint at his home on Maple street Friday evening 4 i LyiIr t Cll I 0c OOOItian church site and the residence of Dr Shirley Mr McEldowney has thirty days in which to take everything off of the lot == c==lAST GAME OF BROO- MBAll OF THIS SEASON Game Between Winchester and Rich mond Teams is Booked For Thursday Night The last game of broom ball to be played this sea ol1 will be played at the Auditorium Thursday night be tween the team rcpreesnting this city und the one representing Richmond Skating before and after the game The rink will reopen next Monday night and remain open until the fol lowing Saturday when it will close for the season This will positively be the last week of skating The nov ing pic pire theatre will open about the firslof April FINAL CONFERENCE IS PENDING Night Rider Case Will Be Held in Louisville Ti1ay At One Oclock PADUGAII Ky March 10WJmt is expected to be a final conference between thQ attorneys and principals til the nightrider suits pending in the Federal Court here was held in Louisville Monday at 1 oclock The plaintiffs and their attorneys met here Monday night and it is under stood decided upon terms they will accept as to Compromise Absolute silence is maintained by the attorneys as to the terms but it is stilted tliiit Henry Bennett has been promised a larger sum than any of the jther plaintiffs The de fendants demand that all the suits be settled and it is upon the amounts to be paid the other five that the compromise Notwithstanding the offer of com promise it is said that threats of death have been made if Bennett returns to Dycussburg to live Sena tor Wheeler Campbell left Tuesday for Princeton to confer with the at torneys for the defendants FORMER STATE AUDITOR- DEFENDANT IN SUIT Acting Attorney Lockett Files Suit Against Mr Hager and His Bondsemn FRANKFORT Ky March 10 Acting Attorney General John F Lockett vice Attorney General Breathitt today filed suit in the Franklin Circuit Court on behalf of the Commonwealth ninst Former State Auditor S W Hager and his bondsmen the United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company of Baltimore for 3114704 being the amount of Judge Chas E Booes peculations of State funds during Ilagers term as Auditor Suit was also filed in the same style against Mrs Hester D Coulter ad ministratrix of the late Gus D Coul ter Auditor before Hager and Cou- lters bondsmen for the sum of 6 037 being the amount unlawfully fak en by Booe while Claim Clerk under Coulter broughtforject tOa credit of l48i83 repaid by Booe STIRLING GETS DIVORCE EDINBURGH March 10In the Stirling divorce case the court granted the husbands petition awarding him custody of the chiWr nand de riying his wifes crossf0 ion J 1i 1 il 4 t J 4 GOVERNOR GILLETT olJ CALIFORNIA WHO AIDED DEFEAT OF jANTIJAPANESE BILLS When the antiJapanese bills were knocked out in the California legislature Governor Gillett expressed himself as being highly pleased He believes Japan will keep its pledge to the government and the people 5f California and restrict emigration as mjuoh as possible The governor at once set about tak ing a census of the Japahese In California If the figures show that an exclu sion act is necessary the governor will urge congress to adopt such a measure DEFENDANTINSIN Ethel Tudor Was Thrown From Horse and Asked For 10000 Damages- NICHOLASVILLE Kv March 10 Thc suit of Ethel Tudor by her next friend A B Tudor against C A Roy and the Standard Lumber Company for 10000 Homages was tried jjefore Judge Benton yesterday the defendant winning I Ethel Tudor the tenyearold daughter of A B Tudor was thrown from a horse on January 23 and her arm was broken In her petition she alleged that the horses of the Stan dard Lumber Company and Mr Roy which were returning from the lum ber yard to the stable frightened her hrose causing her to be thrown and she asked 10000 The name of the Standard Lumber Company was stricken from the petition by an order of thecourt and the case Was against Mr Roy and B M Arnett The testimony was concluded about 3 oclockand the arguments were made by ROil JIh Welch for the defendant and Hon Robert Harding for the plaintiff After being out about ten minutes the jury returned a verdict for the defendant Hon J IT Welch represented the defendant and lIon Robert Harding of Danville and Judge E B Hoover time oalintiffThe jury made its report and was dismissed PRIEST ASSASSINATED Special NEWARK N js arch1QRev Erasmus Ansimcurate ofr the Polish Catholic church here Svas assasinated in the rectory by three men Housekeeper was also shot The assassins escaped t f MURDERER SUICIDES i Special I MUSCAT NE Jru lnrch 10 Urey Jones who iS nTtnalr heiefor the murder of Mtfantl Mrs Van Winkle suicided Vtlu5yl niom tiin7 Jjy- hangjngJiimselfiii1iiscell r J r 3 z i f t0 j GOOD CITIZEN PASSES MY Mr Joseph L Jackson Dies at Home From Congestion of Lungs Iand Throat Mr Joseph L Jackson one of the oldest and most highly respected cit zeus of this county lied at his home on Lexington avenue Tuesday night after a short illness of congestion of the lungs and throat Mr Jackson had been in declining health for some time and although his deathwas rather sudden it was not entirely unexpected He had been ill for some time but his condition only became serious Monday night Mr Jackson was born and reared in Madison county Where a young man he moved to Powell county where he had lived for the past thirty years Mr Jackson had been married twice His first marriage was to Miss Annie McKinney and to that union four children were born J D Jackson of Georgetown N B Jackson and W B Jackson of this city and Mrs Mary Bailey of Champaign Ill His sec ond marriage was to Miss Eliza Duty who survives him Of that union five children were born Joe Linville Charlie Emma and Lizzie Jackson all of this city The funeral services will be held at his late residence Tlursdayafteriioon at 2 oclock con ducted by Elder J W Harding The burial will take place in the Winches ter cemetery The following are the pallbearers Matt Bean Waller Bean F II Jack LipscombGMrs Bailey his daughter of Illinois was notified and arrived at noon Wednesday to attend the funeral JOINT MEETING The joint meeting of the city and county Boards of Education to decide definitely on time matter of the city and county jointly building a High School in this city will be held in County School Superintendent Tan tiers office Saturday morning jThe Compensation of Amusement v When one has no money it is mUS- ing to wk Alfred de Musset t i L j f f i G ooL rzt Jof TiITT1 CRUMPACKER TO KEEP UP FIGHT Has New Census Bill Ready For Con gressMerit System Is Also Urged Washington lI rchlOThe pas sage of a new census bill during the special session to take time place of the measure vetoed by President Roosevelt previous to his retirement from office is confidently predicted by its friends in congress Representative Crumpacker of Indiana chairman of the census committee of the last house and author of the bill disap proved because it did not provide for competitive examination for the tem porary census clerks prepared the new measure He believes it will not only meet with the approval of the special session of congress but will receive the signature of President Taft The plan for the selection of clerks by noncompetitive examinations as provided for the vetoed bill has been abandoned Judge Crumpacker has sought to apply the merit system of selection modified to meet the exi gencies of the census work The new bill provides for special test exam inations prescribed by the civil ser vice commission The selection would differ from the ordinary selection un der the civil service in that the director of the census might when the ex igencies of the service required give preference to eligibles immediately available instead of selecting the appointees according to rating as is otherwise provided The language of section 7to which President Rooseveltobjected has been changed to read as follows Section 7 That the additional clerks and other employes provided for In sec tion 6 shall be subject to such spe cial test examination as the director of census may prescribe the said ex amination to be conducted the United States civil service commission the examination to be open to all applicants without regard to political party affiliations Copies of the eligible registers so established that the examination papers of all eligi bles shall be furnished the director of census by the civil service commis sioner and selections therefrom shall be made by the director of the census without regard to the law of appor tionment in order of rating provided however that when the exigencies of the service require preference may be given to eligibles who by eason of residence or other conditions are im mediately available and that prefer ence may also be given to persons having previous experience In census work whose efficiency records are satisfactory to the said director who may in his discretion accept such records in lieu of said examination- In the vetoed bill the beginning of this section read That the addi tional clerks and other employes pro vided for in section 6 shall be sub jected to such noncompetitive exam ination as the director of the census may prescribe the said examination to be conducted by the United States civil service commission provided that they be shall be selected without regard to the law of apportionment or to the political part affiliations of the applicants ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN Engineer Sees Obstructions In Time to Avoid Disaster Oil City Pa March 10 An at tempt was made to wreck the Pitts burg express on the Pennsylvania railroad 30 miles north of here Six ties had been placed across the track The obstruction was seen by the en gineer in time to stop the heavy train which was filled with sleeping passengers Several previous attempts have been made to wreck trains at the same place Screw Driven Into His Head Bloomington March 10 Frank Gary an Italian section hand was found dead In a Chicago Alton box car with a screw driven into his head with a mallet Samuel MIsono a com panion with whom Gary quarreled is missing On Garys breast was pin ned a bloodstained note signed with Misonos name saying I killed Gary because he attempted to rob me I am afraid and am going to Chi cage Local Option Bill Defeated Harrisburg Pa March lOrhe local option bill which authorized the electors of any borough township or ward of any city to vote upon the Question of the sale of liquor was de Itf ed in the house 4f Jfomerlcan Suicides In Vienna BrayanA1Bcam re studios has committed suicide He waS suffring from a geripus nervous a11 it11 Ii iiyJiJ tirllY J Iy i r SIr t TilE 1fEATIlER- sPalrtenlAkt acid Tllrwday about Ir8zllli tai bt NO CRIME TO Kilt EDITOR s General Meek Says City StreetsHave Run Red With Blood of Defamers JBasr8T 7 Nashville Tenn March 10 Th unwritten law was extended to cover editors who attack private or pwWlc men by General Meeks of counsel for defense In the CooperSharp trialVfor the murder of Former United States Senator Carmack Theseeu was sprung during General Meek 9iyt cir to the jury Previously W iMil ex pressly disclaimed the belief UM Miy editorial attack justified killing thV f writer But when warmed up t6 his subject with a burst of loquence he said You talk of the liberty of the press Why gentlemen rio mart lveV who believes more firmly In the lib erty of the press than I do Biit when a man in an editorial position turns the liberty of the press into license and undertakes to defame and defile you and your family what are you going to do The prosecu tion will tell you you have your recourse in the courts Yes and you i get a judgment for 25000 against a man not worth the price of a plug of tobacco Is that satisfaction- Oh gentlemen I tell you that the streets of this our city have run red before with the blood of men who improperly used other mens names in public prints General Meeks devoted five hoars to the speech He painted the defendants as the finest type of south ern aristocracy and breeding declared no crjme had been committed wheu jjenator parmack was shot to death and closed with a dramatic plpeal to the jury to turn loose this gallant oldi soldier Colonel Cooper SAY HE WILL ACCEPT John piczhiardsCincinnati 0 March 10i John W Warrington of this who hai keen tendered the posiUoD of tlmi t5 States circuit Judge to BUqceSfed the late Judge John K Richards declines to make a public statement hilt close friends say he will accept the appointment Mr Warrington has been employed as attorney for the Cincinnati Street Railway company and the Cincinnati Traction companyfor 35 years He is 62 years old a na tive Ohioan and was graduated from Cincinnati Law school in 1869 Pope Much Better Rome March 10The pope wlio has been suffering from a cold Is much better The beautiful spring like weather has a good effect on the patient He has not yet been allow ed to come down to the state apart meats but as he Insists upon resuming his audiences he received In his own private apartments Cardinal Richelmy archbishop of Turin and Monsignor Trobec bishop of St Cloud The pontiff expressed the desire to descend soon to the throne room to receive Cardinal Mercier archbishop of Mechlin with is here with five Belgian bishops and a Bet gian pUgrimageI Thought to Have the Right Man Chicago March 10AftIr a seven year hunt the Chicago police declared that the murderer of PolfcemanPat- rick H Duffy has been found Vincent Briscoe alias Brlttpn who 18 j serving a sentence for robbery Imvthe San Quentin penitentiary in Callfor nla is thought to be the man Ar rangements have been made thecure his release through Governor- Gillette and he will be brdugkt hick to this city Gold Going Abroad New York March 10An engagement by the National City bank for export to London of all the suitable gold here at the assay office Marked the first actual transactfoas looking toward a movement of gold to Eu rope which bas been forecasted fey the recent rise in sterling e haage The amount engaged by tile ojlkMial City bank while not exactly stated is estimated to be somewhat usher 2000000 Traveling Man Drinks PelskHi r Hamilton O March 14L p7SMy der a traveling salesman ef lij 0 committed suicide 1m a too at XBya bought in Dayton Skiers sfcfeidet evidently resulted from a qr 4 wkk Miss Hilda Powell a jfote adiiiiae i to her and referring to a re eit carrvenation being found at his side Iowas Oldest Atferneyr Iowa City 7a 1Jqe J Si Irairallpracticing aftorherlxlowa- for 50 years is deiMitHe WMttM odeaf HvlHg mimiie of the lenc asoefatioat I JiI t- i1tt jit l r 1 t fr i fi y 7L j c t I I 7r U I PITwl t 7 t i T q1HEWINCHESTERNEWS n tIE WIIEsTEI REWS lfI IPR It Nswspapr t1 Jo lJ rii Ja r iin Jt LgS tii tl Iinstreit oIe1tsrL Kstcky- r1yitI ikun Y 4 tif4CObaflU fatter Wi iiber j 1OO8ithe post office In Winceiter Keitucky under the- oA Xck 3 1879 7 i JICIRlJiPTIp RATES Cafrjfer Delivery tJitl one year n 520 week 10 Tarabltf at office ortoV collector iv J 8 l mry week MalD6Hvery 00JlaakiFoiitli i f 150 1DIOJith 25 aybiin advance I r AtiyERTISlNjB RATES Display Per inch DSC time any edition 25 Jkree lime within Tone week 56 Dnivweei continuously 100 Ocalendar month 300 Qnz weeks four times a week 240 fdjtir weeks three times a week 380 ron wee b till times a week 120 f jari eksone time a week 7- 5ieounts3Ti e months 10 per MMt 6 months 25 per cent one fiirj33 13 per cent T BeatflnB NbtlcesPer Line fewness notices body typo 7cPIM retiding news headings 15 NeW Iljone No U WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 190- 9BOLUOR Difv SCHOOLS OF SKILL JIhe exhibition fW 6rk of the arts an Lcrafts classes in the schools has comrtm r the5 movement have reason to be 1l1 cdrffThe tft of the Metropolitan i Museum was impressed by the taste and skillshowiIby the pupils and by thteVid capJable teaching Onl the rudiments of design and decoration are taught but 4here tliofoiirnlations ofcraftsnmii ship mytiei laid whichwill prove usefuUiri many trades In the case stimulusmtflhe artist AprtfroJn their practicaluseful ness as technical training the course ay Sir Purdbn Clarke says are valuable in giving boys a sense of artistic appreciation they would otherwise lack It is only the A B C 6fart bi t what schoolboy of the last gieration learned even a letter of tfit alphabet The value of such 1tralilitig in the schools is insistedup ohv in England where Lord Milner IJdt Stanley and others have been prpbihg the industrial situation They Ul1emply4ulh for after years Boys of eiglite npassing from meL chnical tasks come out into the world with ho qualifications for siecihtrales Thy swell the ranks f of unskilled labor are employed at nricerfain times and low wages and ri r Igo to tlie wall5in the first period of stress v Such products of economic error account for the startlirier pro porthji of mere youths figuring on Briiish relief lists This evil is present in America tl tight it has not become the feature of a crisis in depression Th most important of tlia Mihier commissions r flpnimeHdaiidns bears on the de- systemiwhtre children may enter early upon trkiuing for skilled industries We J liajreHhe lair liegjnnings of such a syBteni The English investigators prbpose to supplement the workof the schools by tfiat of committees iirtjiSli shall secure suitable places for cl1iiiLinktlie clses- r t ioJ d FQRESljLANDS f ri i j TIiforest land m Nevada Sout- hDikotCaloiii J N5ev it ico 1i11d Aini pvQexvii to the people by theyla pfScial Acts of Pre- saI1 D ve1t itggrsat 4980736 a qiisi a forest dom wnhtrger tKiiiOtnn8 andDlaware corn lt7 tPk i i f Ul national forest area is 195013 980 acrer equalto all Texas the largest State in the Tfniohj plus ICon tueky it wouldmake sec States F as large as Obio Thns forest- empirehas been saved from the axe to posterity is one of the finest achievements of statesmanship It remains to save it from firm AIHEWIIHDU9EMEMT Houston Texas is advertising hers lK She states paying out good money at so much per word that Her city hall is a business house sue has no wards 116 ward politician ho graft Her city officials are public work experts growing in the service and kept there as long as they make goodnolonger To have a citys aspirations lined up in this fashion is a sign of changing times It is a new and enlight cued ittduceinent to investors and homeseekers The old order is pass ing away and a better idea bf government is at hand AN EXPLANATION No one unacquainted with the con ditions can appreciate the difficulties under which we have labored for weeks past TIm pbenominal growth of the paper during the first month demonstrates that our mechanical facilities were inadequatg to handle the circulation After careful consideration we de cided to equip the office not only for bur present needs but for the future having full confidence in the growth of the city To put in and have gb ing a printing press to run by elec tricity and print six thousand papers an hour has required farmore time than we anticipated First we had difficulty in procuring the right kind of a motor While we have a fine electric light plant our workwas in advance of anything ever attempt ed here before and it required much loss of time and an expert to get everything adjustedin fact we are not sure that it is permanently ad justed yet An accident to the press gave us another delay We have missed the L E train several times from one cause or an pther but we have never missed connection because of any fault that il was possible to avoid We have lit tie patience with excuses When a subscriber fails to get his paper he is not concerned about why lIe did not get it hejust knows that the fact existsThis morning so far as we can see or know everything in perfect or der and we have every reason to be- Have that there will be no more delay Status of Korean Miner The Korean miner possesses all the good qualities of a miner with very few of hIs defects tteing physically strong and very easy to handle As regards the amount of work done it Is estimated that two Korean miners are more than equal io one white miner Right Does it do any good to worry It chancetmaker of dyspepsia dope a chance to work off his truck upon your system and eventually it gives the gravedig wprryLosHusband Owns Wifes Dresses The question otWho owns the theBrompton Thehusband moneytothough they were not paid for It was decided thatthev bOnedtO him Garnets Production The nations prqductibri 6t abrasive garnet In 19r07 7058 short tons was the greatOston recordeiceoding the prevlbua years production by52 per centS Herrings Used for Manure Japanftceeds 165000 tons in this fertilizer Should Not Be Ridiculed Don t scoff at humble beginnings gotIllsspoils NewsSNapoleonWhen was of fered the Swedish throne Napoleon bitterly opposed the idea It wag a simple answer which quelled the rm perbrs antagonism What said Jer nadotte would you have me greater tan yourself find retuHcrQWn M y f F t Ii Lhe Qtage Strongheart The very pronounced success scored by William C De Milles play of Strongheart in the past three years popnIhtriLycity wii be regarded as one of the Jefferson Stock Company The Jefferson Stock Company that holds the boards at the local theatre all this week opened their engage ment Monday night by pulling on the clever little Western comedy drams entitled Wyoming Time Jefferson Stock Company is one of the largest and best stock companies that ever visited in this city putting husI some highclass phivs that are loin presented by repertoire compa flies at popular prices lu spite of the bad weather that urevailcd Monday and Tuesday night the attend ance was good and all seemed well pleased with the show Specialties are introduced bptweon each act and FOFI3SDr D J Williams was in Rich mond one day the past week on a professional call Mrs Matt Dykes is visiting relatives in Richmond Mrs George Ogden has gone to Paris to join her husband who has a position there Mrs Maud Bode of Bethel Ohio is visiting her mother Mrs Joe EadsMr Virgil Tudor who has been in Herndon W Va since Christ mas has returned to his home at this place Master Preston Boles celebrated his eighth birthday last Tuesday night with an entertainment for the little folks Games were played and a nice lunch was served Misses Carrie and Bernice Belcher are visiting friends in Paris Miss Mattie Richards visited Mrs Bruce Wade of Winchester the past week Mr Christopher who has been visiting his sister Mrs Henry Tuttle hSs returned to his home near IrvineMrs A L Cannon and Miss Mattie Wailer visited their sister Mrs Bruce Wade of Winchester the past week Mr and Mrs Jack Brown of Winchester visited relatives here the past week Mis D B Goodwin of Winches tter visited Mr and Mrs Dr Jeffries Friday and Satturday Mr and Mrs A R Martin of Winchester are visiting the lat ters parents Mr and Mrs Tandy MoberlyMrs F Dunn was in Winchester Friday shopping Miss Betsy Honn who has been visiting relatives and friends in Winchester and Richmond has returned to her home Mrs Oscar Weaver of Hayden is Visiting her sister Mrs W A Brown Mrs Richard Quisenherry and babe have returned to their home at Richmond after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs E E Qusenberry 22Mrs Einma Smith and little sons Roy and Robert of Winchester are visiting the family jof W If Smith Miss Jessie Belcher entertained r iL v t 5y r I I t important events on the amusement calendar Slrbngbcarl has been surrounded with a splendid company Time play will be senatt1Lc Winchester opera house Thursday March 18 they are alone wcllwqrlli the price of admission The company has its own orchestra of 12 pieces which renders popular selections during the iI1tcrI11L9SioisS ThO strongest winy that the com nnny has will be put on Friday night play is drawn on entirely new lines and will be arcyeijjonto the patrons of the opera house The nlay is laid in Frisco after the earthquake and in the new Chinese district and is very picturesque all characters are true to life The comedy is a little street waif and is n picture from life and the production is in the hands of u cdmpetont company her Sunday School class last Wed nesday night Little Mis3 Sadie Howard delight fully entertained her little friends with a birtdbay party last Wednes day A nice supper was served and all reported a pleasant time Mrs J C Bowman and son Barry Aulick visited relatives at Red House the east week Mrs E E Quisenberry enter tained her Sunday School class with a candy pulling Saturday af terncou Mr and Mrs J C Wilson have moved vto Winchester where Mr Wilson has gone into business Willis Golden has moved to the farm he purchased from Mr Ewing Dan Insko has moved to the house GoldenIRobert Parker had a cow to die recently by being hung on a wire fenceRichard Parker has moved to the house he rented from J J Haggard Mrs J Haggard of Blooming dale was the guest of her daughter Mrs Richard Parkerfrom Saturday until Monday J J Haggard bought a cow from Will Tucker for 40 W F Tapp has moved to the house he rented from Mr Ogland Mrs Mollie Abner died Februaiy 21 of catarrh of the head She had been an invalid for the past three years She was a true and devoted wife a loving mother and a good Christian woman We extend to the bereaved ones our heartfelt sym pathy Mrs J Johnson was the guest of her daughter Willis Branden burgh the past week Injurious Only to Pedestrian The white car tore very smoothly along the straight road between the fields And they sayher red lips curled in a disdainful smilethey say that the jar of automobiling is Injurious to the nerves Pooh he sneered it is only foot passengers who say that And he steered with splendid skill straight at a fat old man with a sack of grain on his back Olive OH for Books Olive oil rubbed over the library shelves will it vis said prevent the mildewing of the books = t ijiL i rr h ARRANGE fOR MATCHES National Riffie Association to Use Camp Perry Range Washington March 10 Arrange merits were perfected with tho Ohio authorities for holding the annual matches of the National Rifle associa tion of Ameri a on the Camp Perry range immediately following the national matches about Aug 27 next at a meeting of the executive com mittee of that organization Two new matches were added to the program one for annual members and an Individual rapid fire match The committee also accepted the offer of Colonel John Jacob Astor of a trophy for the interscholastic in door championship match the trophy to be kept In competition 20 years and then given to the school winning it the most times Fifteen universi ties and colleges have entered in the intercollegiate indoor rifle match to be held March 25 to 27 and about 20 school teams in the interscholastic in door championship match in April Morris Will Fight For Job Youngstown 0 March lOJ C Morris lately ousted member of the state railroad commission left for Columbus after several days stay in Youngstown having been called hereby the illness of his mother Before leaving Mr Morris affirmed the report that he would begin further contest to regain the scat to which he was appointed by Governor Harris A suit in the nature of quo warranto pro ceedings will probably be Instituted on his arrival in Columbus JOHNSON READY TO FIGHT JIM JEFFRIES Colored Pug and White Wife Re i turn to America Victoria B ct March lOJack Johnson the heavyweight champion pugilist and his white wife a former Philadelphia woman who threw In her lot with him after his fight at Sydney and Sam Fitzpatrick who is no longer manager of the big black champion having severed relations with him arrived by the Canadian Pacific Australian steamier Makura f 0lI Sydney Johnson unreservedly declared his willingness to meet Jeffries or any other man In an interview just before leaving for Vancouver Johnson said I am willing to meet Jeffries I am willing to meet any man in the world and I dont think any oie can get a decision over me much less put me out It tires me to hear this talk about Jeffries claiming the cham plonship When a mayor leaves of flee hes an exmayor Isnt he When a champion leaves the ring hes an exchampion Well if Jef fries wants to try and get the championship back Im willing to take him on JEFFRIES GETS SUMMONS Gotham Authorities Want to Probe His Sparring Act s1Jnm9nswastired heavyweight champion pugilist and another on James Solly manager of the theater where Jeffries is ape pearing directing them to appear In police court today and explain why Jeffries indulges in a sparring act on the stage of the theater in violation of the antiprizefight law Jeff Merely Grinned New York 1arch lOVnen James J Jeffries was seen at the theater where he is playing and shown the interview with Jackson in which the negro champion declared himself ready and willing to met Jeffries or any man in the world the big fellow grinned and said nothing Prohibits Sunday Amusements Springfield Ill March lUA bill was introduced in the house by Representative Lantz providing that no theatrical show baseball game or similar amusement shall be played in any inclosed place on Sunday and also prohibiting the sale of intoxicat ing liquor in any park or amusement place on Sunday It was referred to the committee oh municipal corpora tions Alabama Town Is Flooded Montgomery Ala March 10 Heavy and continued rains have wrought great damage here and the situation is serious Several homes in North Montgomery have been abandoned and inmates carried to paces ofsafety in boats The Grand theater a handsome new structure Is flooded and the damage will be heavy Arkansas Senators Are Hissed Little Rock Ark March 10Amid the hisses of spectators who were packed into the gallery and lobby of the senate chamber the senate adopt ed a submission amendment to the Gann statewide prohibition bill which practically kills the measure which was passed intact by the house after- a fourdays fight in that body Goes to Supreme Court Jefferson City Mo March 10At torney General Major stated he would take steps immediately to carry the twocent passenger rate and the maximum freight rate issues which wire decides against the state to the supreme court of the United States A3TA P J e I Dtstixittion I the Court Houte i rlf il do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one UL a time when you cnn stretch out in a full bath tempered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 1 2Why pump and carry wat er for Your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for tbe a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the beat filter plant South of the ilivcr 7 Street Time Waste Agassiz expressed surprise genius should remain moderate erica thscp rf i f5 Marks the SteinBloch new spring Two suits may be cut from the same cloth one designed by high class tailors the other run r tiLgraInOne good the other in fabric At first glance they may In identical but the suit made skilled hands has that undefinable thing called distinction and retains I their shape until worn out The second suit isustclothes that all The Hr cost more just fc tile long less Ask the new spring ft patterns theyre very nifty Allan ll Murphy s r Sign of Little Man r Opp Winchesterc IIIYou Cannot Answer Those Questions Li1Why turningof Ohio clothes SteinBlochclotllcs 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when have with groen grass blooming flowers tfnie of dust in streetS5Why suffer oIlmen incon veniences when have everything comfort health of your family right in house 6Is that is lack of money lack of economy enterprise indifference to getting most of ATTERSALL Superintendent J Winchester Water Works COi INCOKPORATUD At cor Maple Street Lexington Evenuo youali about Youll be surprised at inexpensive these privileges are Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 This bank began business than three years just in beginning of financial depres Notwithstanding hard times been is steady growth vlhe start in number of ourt Jenrollare cordially incited to open an account with us sonalattenion to business u It J M HlDSKIN Cashier rfJr At Old No when friend that man same time First 71 j is is is as i I I Cs in run to see you filled and and tho same get rid the the you for and the not true the swer not but and and the out life C F and how will tell r less ago the the lion the there has fro the Per all 17 his with the men the Air the SC 1 I is I no I can can at can the Aof carriage is all right his an ca fyv matter to put new running gent ouit Or Just time other is lllmff us We know how J repairing in all its branches Powell O Dawson 1DEALERS IN Coal Sand Cement Building MJaferial 9Latp J We Sell Corn Oat and Hay d1j Agents for GUANO FERTILIZERS J A McCullum Piggs Stand NorthMain MoneyMaking contented suit than cloth If wayIt todotili- ngo Lime FEED and HITCH STABLE Winchester Ky a East Tennessee 27HotnePnne 728 JJ1a to a a of noltime1getat Choice emiie ry fT f r J r I 1 by i i it it an I J it Bodya terial to nhIiIirubber 7 f tklTo Save Time r A small machine glass with nark r Ings indicating different umbers of drops will be found a great saYing f time to every mother while the ao curacy of measuremeflts by means of It Is well worth taking into considera tion T Money and KnowledgeI Money and knowledge are wholly unlike In that the less knowJee Hhas the easier it is to pick lip MOT Chicago R0dHid r 1 jf I p 1 YC2Y iL r rr THE WINCHESTER NEWS r Lro i 1lItM v f I fe Woodmen are Here so are we and we are ready to take care of all your wants desires and needs Can we be of any use to you today I 11 C h BOWEN cd =i J L tSOCIETY I iThe young ladies basket ball games Jjmich were to have played at the College Gymnasium last night were hostponeduntil next Monday night on account of the bad weather pjTlm Circle of the Flit Christian lurch will have a candy and apron leiatMr T S Bushs storeou Sat urday k1av Daughters of the Confederacy will Ji with Miss Marv Grtitcher oft jSafnrday afternoon at 2 oclock it PERSON AJIS Capt George Strothor 1SJ home much improved in health tiMessrs Qejorgo and EdwinLun cas erj wjio are making their homer r thesummer with their grandmoth er in Sit Sterling are spending this weekAvith their mother Mrs Walker Lahcilster guestIy o hug Mrs J D Poynter speir Sunday ihMt Sterling with Mrs Halnline Miss Edna Strider spent Sunday iii lIt Sterling the guest of friends t Mrs Troy of Memphis Tenn and Mrs Platt of Asheville N C who have been visiting Mrs Carrie Buck ner are visiting Mrs J L Weber of Mt Sterling Mrs Gus Brooks has returned lioine from a visit to Cincinnati vMrs John Bqnde of Georgetown ris the guest this week of Mr Jesse Bonde Juilge E S Jouett is in New York WlrhusinessIvMrTB R Jouctt has returned from a business trip to Louisville vt Rev Joseph Severance of Frank fort is in town 1 Mr and Mrs June Hunter and children returned yesterday to their home in Danville after a delightful YisitWiUi Dr and Mrs R B Hunter yMrSiNmiiiicbykes has returned to Danville after a to friends here 11frs Lee S Bowden of Louisville ts thQ guest of President and Mrs H 4Ic Baylor Mrs Ella Rounsavall spent Tues tliw evening in Lexington Miss Julia Graves left Tuesday for a short visit to Lexington Mrs Ella Haggard returned last evpriing from Cincinnati DiJ Tom Price has returned to Ills home in Harrodsburg after a visit to Mrs M E Price and family Mr II P Thomas was in Lexing ton Tuesday Born to Mr and Mrs Wm White i a boy J I Huylers Jeweler and Optician Mrs Hume Clay has been ill for the past few days The friends of Mrs John Tanner will be glad to know she is recovering from an attack of illness Mr Ira Tanner has suffered a relapse from pneumonia Theodore Phillips Jr has been cry ill for the past few days Avitlr chicken pox Mrs Mary Cook is recovering from a serious illness Mrs Gilmore Sims is suffering from blood poisoning Mrs Lula Mansfield and son Lyn wood are visiting Mrs Hugest Hunt er- Mr VCTerhune deputy Stitte Revenue Inspector is in the city on official business t VALUABLE BOOK State Superintendent of Public In struction J G Crabbe at Frankfort will next week issue from the press his lately compiled pamphlet onwfhe Improvement oi Rural Houses in Kentucky The little pamplilet which will be mailed upon application will contain a of good as to how to build a modern school house at moderate cost how to equip it ill least expense and how to stir up interest in one of the best moves to ward hotter educational facilities the State has made in years The booklet will contain iUustra lions of modeltype buildings and among others will include a good pie lure of the new Lesiugton High School The Winchester News declines to accept Lexington advertisements Wo wonldnt accept them either if OUT merchants would got busy and fill up- the spacer coxild run from a page to two of Lexington adsi every lay in the your but we will not solic them because it would hurt our Iit merchants Frankfort State tr- ii m Well Put At one time there were two memo bers of the British house of commons named Montague Matthew and Mat thew Montague the former a tall handsome man and the latter a little man During a session of parliament the speaker having addressed the lat ter as the former Montague Mat thew observed that it was strange he should make such a mistake as there was as great a difference between them as between a horse chestnut and a chestnut horse Advertise In Tilt views PHenominaly Prices offered on Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets dont fail to see us before you buy as our stock is larger and better this year than ever before and it is universally known that when you buy from us you are always sure of Quality and Quantity We have given special attention to our Garden and Flower Seeds and know we car ry the best to be had Do not be misled by cheaper and inferi or grades Remember Our Pricesi ARE RIGHT RW Rounsavall G Go SOLE AGENTS Ferndell Foods tJaiidies School number pointers Chase S Sanborns C ffeesIPrices Lard and IBPTH PHONES No 40 I Lttij = t dLjf t J i F L i1t 1 WITNESS BALKS Stone Refuiea to Tell How He Invested Stephensons Money Madison Wis March 14State Game Warden James W Stone re fused to enlighten the legislative committee investigating the senator ial primary as to what he did with 700 in Milwaukee on the day he claims to have received 2500 in cash at the Stephenson headquarters for campaign expenses Stole said it was a confidential matter and that he would not divulge any names unless compelled to The committee by unanimous Vote decided to certify Stones refusal to answer to the legislature In addition to the 2500 Stone admits having received 34950 from State Chairman Ed- monds Fired From Soldiers Home Sandusky 0 March 10 Charles S Ely an Inmate of the Ohio Sol diers and Sailors home was dis charged instantly by Commander Cline when he confessed that it was he who for some time has been annoying the wife of a comrade in Bow ling Green Ot by sending her improper postcards Campbell a Sound Sleeper San Jose Gal March 10 When George Campbell was rudely awaken ed by the members of the fire depart ment he discovered that both his wooden legs were merrily blazing Campbell was sleeping in the American hotel when a fire broke out MUELLER ADMITS HE KILLED SWEETHEART Now Denies Story of Sensation al Baltimore Holdup Baltimore Md March 10Under searching questioning by the police John J Mueller confessed that It was he who shot and killed his sweet heart Miss Regiuia Reed and that there was no truth in the story he told immediately after the shooting to lid effect that he and Miss Reod were hold up at a lonely spot near Mount Washington by a highwayman who after securing Muellers money demanded a necklace worn by Miss Reed Mueller originally stated that in response to this demand Miss Reed slapped the highwaymans face and that thereupon the fatal shot was firedMueller declares the shooting to have been entirely accidental His story however is not accepted by the police whose theory is that the kill ing was premeditated They believe that Mueller wished to break off the engagement with Miss Reed The wedding was set for April 14 tilt BY CYCLONE Portion of Cuthbert Gaf Laid In RuinsOne Man Killed Cuthbert GarMarch 10 The northwestern section of Cuthbert was struck byla cyclone and almost total ly destroyed Many buildings are in ruins and it is exceedingly difficult to get details as total darkness pre vails oing to the damage to the electric light system It is known that one man has been killed ana many have probably been injured There Yere about 30 loaded freight jca s pn the railroad track and these wore all destroyed Suicide Had a Grievancet New York March toA man believed to be Charles Loefiler of New ark N J entered the hat store of A Wheeler at C90 Broadway Brook lyn shot and seriously wounded Nor man Bush 23 and then shot and kill ed himself A note found in the dead mans pocket indicated he had had a grievance against the store in which Bush was employed as a clerk be cause of a purchase he recently made there McMahon Disclaims Liability Cleveland 0 March 10Rev William McMahon filed answers to two suits against himself in connection with P J Kieran matters in the Unit ed States district court disclaiming liability to payment in both cases Town Votes Wet Mannington W Va March 10By- a majority of 13 votes this city went wet at the local option election al though all but two candidates on the dry ticket were elected Last year the city voted dry by 42 votes Expect Report Today Chicago March 10It is expected that the grandjury investigating government charges against the packing industry will submit its findings this afternoon THE MEAT OF IT Latest figures show that 30 are lead and injured as the result of the tornado and fire that destroyed Brinldey Ark The threeyearold daughter oft Oberlin G Brooks Columbus 0 died three weeks after swallowing a hat pinPresident Zelaya of Nicaragua has called a conference to arrange a per manent peace pacts between Central American republicsL Mrs Mary M TlTlfrs of Springfield 0 died of heart disease on a Penn sylvania train beteett Newark and Columbus 0 while returning from the inauguration at WaiHington c R p t tYf 1 LABOR LEADfcSHOT d i OIlie Shirley Kills In Dispute With Wealthy Citizent Roswell N 3kTJ March 10 Olllk S Shirley a local labor leader well known in American Federation of La bor circles was shot and instantly killed here by W T Wells a wealthy resident of Roswell as a result of aIquarrel over the employment of a nonunion man on some construction work being done for Wells Demand was made that Wells dis charge the man When Wells refused eight union men struck Negroes and Mexicans were engaged to fill their places This brought Shirley to the scene and the shooting followed Flood at Louisville Louisville Ky March 10An un ceasing downpour of rain in Louis ville and vicinity since early Monday indicates a local flood which may cause the damage and inconvenience of that of three weeks ago The en tire lower end of Jefferson county is submerged Four lines of streetcar service are paralyzed hundreds of cellars flooded and Bear Grass creek which did so much damage in the re cent visitation of precipitation is again out of its banks Miller Gets Kcalings Job Washington March 10 Senator Beveridge formally recommended to President Taft the appointment of G W Miller former attorney general of Indiana as the successor of United States Attorney J W Kealing of In dianapolis The president promised to makes the appointment Michigan Entertains Blizzard Menominee Mich March 10The worst blizzard of then winter prevails in this vicinity The snow Is piled in great drifts and telephone street car and railroad traffic is tied up MYSTERY UNCOVERED Indiana Woman Found With Head Crushed Gardener Arrested Indianapolis March toThe police uncovered a mysterious murder when the body of Mrs Mary Nichols 52 residing south of the city was found the head crushed in from repeated blows of some heavy instrument Gustave Eaton an old gardener who made his home with Mrs Nichols was taken in custody pending an investigation Eaton told the officers four strange young men tied him in a shed and beat Mrs Nichols to death This Dream Came rue Napoleon O March 10After dreaming threo nights in succession that a valuable diamond pin could ue found on the Methodist church lawn where it had been lost several days before Curtis Snyder went to the place revealed in his dreams and picked up the ornament Posses Search For Murderer Nogales Ariz March toExcite ment Is still running high here over the murder of Don Luis Proto the millionaire rancher who was shot and killed from ambush In Sonora Posses are searching for the murderer and it is believed certain that he will be captured Two Indicted For Bribery Pittsburg Pa March 10TruQ bills were returned by the grand jury in the cases of Charles and John Col bert accused of attempting to bribe jurors In connection with recent coun cilmanic graft trials Mrs Leavitt Gets Divorce Lincoln Neb March 10 On the grounds that her artist husband had failed to provide for her and their two children Judge Cornish ranted a divorce to Ruth Bryan Leavitt THE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 55 007 35 cows 3 85 50 heifers 25q 00 bulls 405 25 stockers and feeders 3 305 30 Calves3 509 00 Sheep and Limbs Sheep 54 506 00 lambs JC 007 65 yearlings 5 607 25 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 706 80 butchers GO6 75 light mixed 6 50 6 choice light GOG 70 packing 6 506 pigs 5 25QG 25 Wheat No 2 red iil22 CornNo 2 6465c Oats No 3 53Vi54c East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tle 00G 60 shipping steers 5 75 6 15 butcher cattle COG 50 heifers 005 75 cows 505 00 bulls 350 f 5 25 CalvesrBest 9 009 25 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 255 75 wethers 5 756 00 ewes 5 255 50 lambs 6 5O4gi 85 yearlings 507 00 Hogs Heavies 57 15 mediums 57 10 7 15 Yorkers 6 907 00 pigs 56 75 roughs 006 10 stags 54 505 00 Pittsburg paCattle Choice 50 6 75 prime 30C 50 tidy butchers 55 505 90 heifers 53 505 cows bulls and stags 52 505 25 fresh cows 25 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 009 50 Sheep and Lambs Prime wetile J 55 85 g 00 mixed 55 505 lambs 56 OOS 00 HogsPrime Heavy hogs 7 30527 35 mediums 57 207 25 heavy Yorkers 57 001st 7 15 light Yorkers 56 60 6 85 pigs 56 00G 25 Cleveiand OCattle Prime dryfed cattle 50 00G 25 fat steers 55 75G 00 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 503 50 bulls 53 00 5 425 milkers and springers 25 0055 00 CalvesS 75 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 54 505 50 wethers 55 756 00 ewes 55 255 50 lambs 56 0007 65 Hogs Mixed 56 90 heavies 56 90 mediums 90 Yorkers 56 7o iU6 90 pigs 56 50 roughs 56 10 stags 55 00 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX 3435c X 2233c No 1 wash ed 3839c No 2 washed 3839c fine unwashed 2324c blood combing Sic shlood combing SOc Ablood combing 2flSOcr delaine washed 38 40c Kentucky and Indiana iblood 29 30c blood 529e Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red Jl 251 28 CornNo2 6S6Sc OatsNo 2 5656VJc Rye No 2 84c Lard 59 SOJ 90 Bulk Meats 59 37- gBacon10 00 HOga 55 507 1- 5Cattle2 75G 25 Sheep2 005 2- 5Lambs525S 00 Toledo Wheatlv5120ji corn CSic oats BCic 9 c d 5 t 1t ti i rs y o VJ ATHENS Mrs Edward Stivera closed a sue jCeseful term of school here last Fri day L B Schooler bought of Mrs El len Couchinan one milch cowx for 170 George Hariis sold to Mrs Anna Christian one mulch cow for t 0 Miss Bessie Watts has returned to her home at Winchester after a weeks visit to Mrs Chas Lind sayMiss Ethel Porter of Winchester who has been with her sister Mrs J J Gibson for the past month has returned home R M Squires sold to Dudley Wil son one half acre of land on the Sulphur Wells pike for 125 Porter Gibson who has been ill of pneumonia is convalescent Mrs Harry Moores and Miss Laura Payne have returned fromAr kansas where they have been spending several weeks They were accompanied home by their sister Mrs Katie Campbell who will make her home in Kentucky Mrs Mattie Simpson of Madison county visited relatives hero re cently EGYPT Willie Rash bought one pair of 3 yearold mules from McEldowney and Brock of Winchester for 300 T B Rupaid bought from Charlie Rupard of Pilot View some corn at 325 per bbl Mr and Mrs John Golden and little daughter Mildred Allan of Turkey Creek and Ray Rupard of Pilot View spent Sunday with T B Rupard and family Sam Tread way of near the Levee has moved to the place vacated by Ernest Hadden Mr Willie Rubaid and family of Pilot View spent Srfuday with Mr T A Rupard and familyf this placeMr John Eubank who has been quite ill for some time is reported better JASPER David Prewitt is in Martinsville Ind Mr Willie McKinney and daugh ter Miss Jennie Green of Winches ter made a business trip to this place last week J S Jones bought a 3yearold filly for 150 He also bought twelve head of cattle at 3025 per head IT P Barnes of Ecton was in our neigh bordood last week Mrs Thomas Webber who has been critically ill is somewhat betterCharlie Combs went to Jackson last week to attend the funeral of sisterMr Masterson delivered his crop of tobacco in Winchester this week Mr Abraham Webb of Hunt is in this neighborhood on business P B Foer moved to the farm eh bought near Winchester Pleas Hill to the one vacated by Poer and Geq Lewis of Pilot View to the Johnson farm LOCKNAHt Mr and Mrs Henry Greening s ent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Witt Mr Brown Witt will leave soon for Leroy Illinois Mrs John Rainey is quite ill Mrs Tom Hays improving g slowly AMr sow and six shoats from Bnd Warren for35 Mr and Mrs John Greening spent Sunday with Mr audMrs Oliver Greening ELKIN Miss Noland of neai Richmond vas the pleasant guest of Mrs C H Hodgkin peveral days the past weekBorn March 3rd to Mr and Mrs J W Hill a seven pound boy Mr Rufus Lisle has been the guest of h is mother Mrs Catherine Lisle the past week Mrs Johnnie Elkin and her little son Ray of Winchester were the guests of her mother Mrs Allie Christopher the past week Mr C M Guy was the guest of Mr J R Lisle and family Sun dayMrs Clint Dykes has been very ill but is now improving slowly Mr D A Thompson will not conduct school this week as he fell and bruised his left arm very badjy Misses Arrie and Lula Lisle were shopping in Winchester Saturday Mrs Jim Eubanks children are aU on the icklist V J y p I t 1 ij r j r it r T t t C- TSa J 7VT ttrttt I i t The Quality The Quantity v The Price are three very essential things in the selection of the Furnishings for your home These are the watch words in our buying Twentythree years of business success proves our position is correct COME IN AND SEE THE NEW THINGS FOR SPRING The Winn Furniture Co We Give S H Green Trading Stamps INI L Bush has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORlf STOVES BEST in the World BUSH ontheCorner DWELLING HOUSE INVENTORIES FREE WE WILL SEND A HANU SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHOI WILL MAKEINR1TTEN APPLICATIONS FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OURI SOLICITOR TO ASSIST INIMAKING THE INVENTORY IT IS A VALUABLE ANDI USEFUL BOOK AND ALL WiCARRY INSURANCE ON THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS SHOULD HAVE ONEI JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester KyI Cora Broadway and Highland Give the Eyes a Rest It Is a good plan to close the eyes for five minutes every few hours Till wm not only rest the eyes but prevent the wrinkles known as crows feet from makinytheir appeara c0 U early as they vovld otherwise Tt I 4r J llEy r qJ1 i 1 l I1 Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE WinctiesterBank or WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT R SPHAR Iw CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR I AGGOUNTS Q PLUMBINGHurry Jobs demand mighty quick action We try hard to meet all such calls We are not infallbile but reputation in this respect is decidedly in our favor Inran emergencyTEST US GRANT WITT a Gp 30 NortH Main iWI IGILBERTjBOTTO Fresh S FM YtfritMM 1PIi1UCKINTi tmmt 1 fyI e t t t t ik 2 t4 uc rfi 3r t c I J vl 1 Jif I TLII i llz l r Lc JfcElfe lA d r i I BimECTQRY t I t y t f Ktntucky y d4I 4f j 7 2 i v ACQprding to the last census Kon i q1iS a pppulatibix of 2147174 o urea is 40400 sguave miles of iwater The streams 1ScBoutkettst4ir9 lip tinsJact retarded the conT iBtraejbh of and the devoir pptpeflt of our resources pr many C4TSJ 7 ri TBa arly railroads were bpiltfrom qi1t jiM went over he jnofej- fev territories North of the Ohio RiVdi jind Soiith of hU nbeiland1- JCbuntains In those days there was only a miteddemand for coal and l mber Now that the demand has in creased It would seem that kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util ilios Hiitil a time when thy are jnost n 4tiabythcountry Our supply ttitber is limited but there is noi1 to last for many years 16 omk We have a coal area ofjpyerjfif teen ihpugand square milesi Other ininr eralsVawait deyelopnleniL RAtvxalgas aniioii in paying quantities are being developed in taafay localities There are no more bad tpeopl6 in Kcnttck than in other States portion to population Good people regardless b pO1iUor religion are always welcome XJIark tiiunty Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop rty inciuding fraficKiBes l2OQ4 370 Tax rate fonall 9 purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars The foothills 6f the mountains are on the Eastern jjoyder of the county the Kentucky River cn the SQuth forms the county line for a distance of twentyrfiytf 1nilesFordori the livery South of Winchester has ex tensive luinber mills Three railroads go entirely across t iib c uzityChesapcake Ohio Louisville NQshvi1IeaI1d Lexington iater Blue GTrftss is a natural product Uncultivated land wJU set itself in JjjluV grass drops of timothy and cl0yr can be raised with profit Corn wheat rye rind oats are the grain crops Tobacco is raised in large quantities All fruits that are adapted to the cliitiate cafibe raised with profit The census of 1900 gave the pop- ultiZtat icG94 Circuit Court rH First Monday in April second Monday September first Monday in December J M Benfon Judge B Ai Crutcher Attorney County Court Fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court Third Tuesday in each month County Officers JTH JSyans Judge S A Jeffries Attorney Howard Hamoton Sheriff Lee Evans Deputy John Bedford Deputy J A Boone County Clerk Sam Powell Deputy Clerk W T For Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenberry Assessor C A Tanner School Superintend W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second distncfr J Scott Renick Third district Eli JDbjaiey Fot thVdistrict r Ea1ney Fifth disMc JBbb ri True Sixth district t 1 Goodpaster Seventh distriptEn E Wife Yitooi ester qua1eata circl one and a haIf miles in dijaimeiterj Population ce rHc iann 5984 The city has oyerIaped the corporate im tsnml ow has a population of near ten thou sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Licking EiverSj Has water works elec trie street Oars and lights Unlimited natural gasSplendid Graded Schools and numerous churches TeK Wesloyan College is- locItcdt Winchester The firede parhnent is one of the best in tho Stkte r Thn esso valuation of aM prep ertjrvihcluSwlg franchises 46924991 The Iks ride on the hundred dollars is jxcWt for nity and fifty cen- tsforlk4 Tji Qjjj itN jmd Ir JB raiir0ads ccnier at Winchester jhe- eorphtcal location ana sHpping b facilities make thV oifera desirable Ip oiition for Iaeorie i New concerns ativcn Jltejyajir jixemptipn from ia atinT1i Cpmmejcial Club will take pleasure irt fyna bnnation eitvp1cr J it Hglie Miyor S JiSl Jr Crk J IggalAttori4I PPPditd1eton Jud Mti4PRam jq r S Rtoe J r l4 ic t g 4ftLf s L tg r ciiii i t Brinegar Con i 0 N EL Withroonrenrr PiUct Jiif 1lIlr t l BeputiosOKra1 Azbil Albert Tauneiv John BallaYtf or council f Jrirst 44hirlqy 11dLThn w jIg3 cU Spcbntl W r44 E Martin T ii- ToL ut1 wardDoe Bigg j J R Boone- Fqurtlr wjrd JM DV JoncsV- Flf jli widG DvtKpDiiiuiri Sil Tf elli J 7 A1BoardGVy SfroUier Prejidcnu D Hv Rees 5 W Scrivener Treasurer Hairy Ectbn j B Cornett W A Adams J K Allan James Hisle Zena Bruce N K Foster Fife department AB BaidninrOhiefiv Jnb W Hardinsr SBcretaTy VALUABLE frftStAjjiW XtIOk JrS Me1eyif Orient Okiq president of the Ohio State League of Postmasters has prepared and issued the following information with regard to the pestalscrcice and how the people may help When you address ypiir letters orj cards with a lead pencil see that the address is plainly riteS Most letters lost are improperly addressed j you had helter u eLi n and ink When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the town correctly Many postofficfcS have similar names Dont write C4tfor Cincinnati or Col for Columbus When you address a letter or card leave room for the tamp and post mark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur your address Do not put writing in Dr packages if you db the matterbcji comes firstclass mailnnd you must pay letter postage1 two cents ant ounce or you are liable to a fine oft 10 Written or Tjewritten letters plnc cd unstAlcdeilyeloprlsare subject lo the same rate of postage as when scaled two cents an ounce vei10RCSif unsealed provided there is nothing inorc tiia nthe address of the one to receive it and and the name of the sender Stamp must be placedon envelope and not on card when enclosed 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 placcaon the envelope in stead of the card Send money by postpffice money order for if it is sent in this manner if lost in the mails the Post Office De partment will issue you anOther order Send valuable papers or merchan dise by firstclass registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 25 Patrons of postoffibe can get better service by renting a box If ybuTiave a box the postmasters work is light ened and your mail is not handled or looked over like it is in the general delivery The Post Office Department makes great conveniences for you so do not hesitate to help in re turn When you mail a letter or package see that it substantially done up The rapid handling of uie mails some times destroys a poor envelope or covering of a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and postoffice on the package and if not delivered it will be returned to you but you will have to repay the post age unless it is firstclass When you move to another post office notify the postmaster from yonr former postoffice to forward your mail ind notify the publishers of your papers that you have chang ed your poStoffic Letters from the pnsion agency can be delivered only to the person towhom addresspd or to some mem ber of his or her family especially authorized to receive tile mail If rpu have frien ls visiting have their mail sent in YOlleare Use an ordinary size envelope and have on it your Return tl1djif it is nok deliyored it will be Returned to yon anil nbt go to the iead Letter Office as thousands of letters do If yOu receiye a lOIter bv mistake afadnfeis notyotPd6n t Ont b return it promptly rand if youdo opeft writfe o i enVelojJe fop ned by MsTtaFe and sign your name J r c KI LLSWOU LOBE SLA fER I A mefciless inurSerer is Appendil iit1s5WitLflfly But Dr ii gS New Life JiUs1qlll typre YQn Thy gently stitilate sthtn n lifer arid bPlvelR jhreventing that ojjf that invtts app daicilfe1 Billinritibiiiilsgestipn2Ic arPhillips DrujgjStore i J k r i f W i PQUIlTi jCOpT PAYS BeijRW is a lilt A tie days Iponnty couiJtfjtodefgpnji Laipfenceburg 3rd Mbn day MondayBourbon Boyle Danville73rd Monday BVeathitt iTabkson 4th Monday pLAillv WC CHESTEE 4th Mon Estilj Irvnic 3rd Monday ttp Lexington 2nd Mohdjiy- Fleinin Flenimgsburg 4th Mon rday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday arraid Lancaster 4th Monday 0raht WiIiaDis town 2nd Mbn day MondayJessamhie day Lee BeUtyyijlo4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Mon Mondaypason Mercer H rro sotlfg 1st Ifonday Mon 19 melYi Mt SteiKrig 3rd Monday Nicholas CarUle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th M Jday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scptt Georgetown 3rd Monday MondayWoodford KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 CrlcCotirity Aug st 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th 6 days nock astle county August 18 3j dayS s Bourbon county September 7th 5 days Septcmberl13thLinColn county uly21 3daja Spencer county August 10 4 days Mercer county August JL2 3 days itnqx county August 18 3 days swing Ky August 10 3 days Shelby county Aucust 24 4 days Laurel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 days If secretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dates wo will carry them free of charge fEAR DEATH SN lUG POttD t it was a thrilling experience to Mr Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave mej intense suffering she writes and denthjAUrewas incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and aj eurO so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Phillips Drug Company Passive V1rtueDJcxdted I cannot praise a fugitive and clols tered virtue unexerclaed and un breathqd that DeTer sallies out and seeks her adversary Mflton Universal Patent Costly To secure a patent in each of the 64 countries Issuing them would cost an Inventor 15000 exclusive of the attorneys fees Can Be His Own Ancestors The first who was king was a fortunate soldier who serves his coun try well has no need of ancestors Voltaire THE LURID GLOW OF botrtfc was seen in the red face liands rind body of the little son of H M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful pUghtflrID eczema 11ndforfive years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the pois oned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save 4imuBut writ es his mother seven bottles of Elec tHe Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company AfrJciri Butter Tree The butter tree in Central Africa Froth the kernelof its nnt is obtained nice rl ii butter wiliest may be kept a year oV more I Thimbles of Lava ThlmbfeiOt lava are used by the W n or Italy IT SAVED HIS LEG I All tlioiglitId lose my leg rtowniWis Iesftcured it soUnd ario w llP Inl ifalhiiie for Skin Eruptions EczeTD4a Salt Itfieumi Soil Fevter Sores fiu nsi Sciag GM and Piles 25if ilhiij t1N TRY A NEWS WANt ADVERTISEMENT f iLL f fl 1tt ti rfficsi jr I IIU J J JO o PInOOQI al II IL 10 mtiij Mil1 r LeaBasebaS- GhdUks n fbi SeasonI9O9sSSS- SISSSd SSSSS300 O OOtSeLLuSSSSSU H AT ON AL LEAGUE Wr N okILAlrU Yay I 3 4 Julv 51 ri 1 Oct 2 45 At Nffvi J Jf27 38 29 June zr23 Sept f 7 At Phla lFiJit April 21 2228 34 June 30J Y 2 aQc 7 7iAt Clhcln Atlv JUJVS7 S 9 10 Aug 12 13 41 pt 1tUtO i At ChloarpirrJuhfe 1112 18 14 Ant 3 Bept 2t ltIoiIs3une i7 9 20 July 3031 Aug 1 2 sept U950 BROOKLYN At OBiQnAprll 17 1ft 19 May 3131 Mig vo At New ybrkAprIL14 15 16 Juno X 25 ts Sept 89 10 Uo At PhlUdClpnta April fSf12s29J- uly 26 W 38Sept413 14 15 SAt Pittsjiurs Jane n12 1415 Aug 3 4 lt 6 Sept 17 18 20 At CinclzinatLJuno 14 5 6 July 10 Augr 12 Sept 2 80 At ChlcagoJwiei8 17 19 20 Aug 7 8 9 10 Sept 22 AtStLO June 7 8 9 Aug 12 13 1415 15 Sept 24 26 WoKAt Boston May 5 6 78 10 July tf3i 27 88 S t 13 15 At BrobklynAprU fa 24 June 2 2980 July 128 Oct 67 At Phnau IphlaAprii 30 May 1 S 4 July 5 5 1 Aug 718 19 At Pittsburer Jun6 17 18 19 July 30 Slt Aug 2 Aug Sept 29 30 At Cincinnati June 12 13114 Aug a 45 Sept Ht 26 JU Chicago rune 78 9 10 Aug 12 13 14 Sept 18 19 20 At Sti LoulsJyno 4 5 6 Aug 7 8 9 1011 Sept 22 PHILADELPHIA At BostonAprU 14 1516 June 2526 28 Sept 8 P10 11 At Brookyn May 5i 6 7 8 10 June 22 2324 Sept GS 7 At New YorkApril 19 20 May 28 29 Oct 2 Z 6 At PlttsbUrgsrUno 78 9 10 June 2L July Sept24 At dncinnatiJuno 16 17 19 20 Aug 7 8910 Sept 2223 At ChlcngoJune 3 4 5 6 July 80 81 Aug I 2 Sept 29 80 At St LouisJund 12 13 14 Aug 8 4 5 6 Sept 18 19 2 PITTSBURQ At flostonMy 24 27 July 22 23 24 24 Aug Sept 2 At Brooklyn May 15 17 IS 19 July 1314 15 16 Aug 28 30 At New York May n21 22 July 8 91 9 10 IB Aug 2526 At Philadelphia May 11 12 1314 July 17 19 20 2lAug a 23IAt Cincinnati April 14 15 16 17 25 May 9 July Sept 15 16 Oct 5 1IAt Chicago April W 20 May 2 3t t 80 Sept 5 Oct 2 4 At St Ixiuiis ApHl 96 27 28 Juno 22 23 24 26 27 Sept 12 13 1- 4CIINNATL At n stonMay 12 13 14i July 17 19 20 L Aug 30 911O124ew 45 17 18 19 July 13 14 16 16 Aug 2123 At PhlladelphiaMaK24 28 27 July 22 2324 Sept 12 8At Pltt8burgrApril22 23it July 6 6I6 July 28Zl S Septlll At Chicago MayS 67 8 June 22 23 24 38 27 Aug 17 18 At St Loui8 April 80 May 2 a Juno 80 July 2 Sept 8 7 CHICAGO At Boston May a 21f2 July 13 14 15 18 Aug 20 21 At Brooklyn May 24 25 26 Zl July 17 1920 21 Sept 12 S At New YprkMay 12 13 14 July 22 23 2i Aug 27 23 30 At PhiladelphiaMay 15 17 18 19 July 811012 Aug At Pittsburg April 3 May 1 May 29 Juno 30 July 1 2 3 Sept G 6 7 8 At Cincinnati April 28 2728 29 May SI 31 June 1 2 Sept 12 13 At St JoulB April 22 f3 24 25 July 26 27 28 29 Oct 5 6 7 SST LOUIS At Boston May 15 17 M 19 July B D 10 12 Aug 24m 232Aug2022fl23At At Brooklyn May 12 13 14 July 221 25 S tTJuly 17 1920 2L Sept 1 2 8 At Phlh 161phfaMay 20 n 22 July 14 15 16 AUg 27 2830 At Pittsburg May 66 78 May June 1 Aug 17 18 19 Sept 4 At Cincinnati April 18 19r 20 a May 2930 July 25 Sept 5 Oct123At Chicago April 14 15 16 17 May 9 July 4 5 5 6 Sept 10 IL TURF OUtLOOK IN MONTANA Butte Course to HveForty Days of Racing Next Summer H I WlUson president of the Butte Jockey club has announced after a meeting of directors that a forty days race meet would be Ifeld In Butte next isummer The opening date will be ant nounced later President Wilson has communicated with the secretaries of the various racing associations of tho northweMt A feature of the rneetIngof the di rectors Was to eliminate Harry Stover lot Petaiuma Cal from tiny part what ve In the conduct of next years meejtlng A member of the Butte club will soon go to California to secure the best racing officials forth Buttexneet- lug together with stables II4JTmniy A ustini thenew infielder of tbe New York Americansi led the whote country In base stealing last season with ninetyseven steals Harry Welch of Omaha one of tije best hitters in theWestern league last season has Taeen signed by Manager Clark Grimttu According to PreskientJohn 11 Tay lor ot thfe Boston Americans he lias PottIn is one of the most talked of p1 yes In the big leagues Bill jpayefsjlerferally are predicting a great future for petfbit shortstbp Wilblir SmlthP thfe ydtiag D lrolt catcher at Louis front th PU1o cf bot1li cethn lyCe le to tOO rI verr 1womiroun1Ft 2 i 7 5r ii AERliAN LEAGtIE ciiAdO At St LuSAjll 17 18 19 20 July 81 s Sept 89 10 Jkt DetroIt April 14Ui 16 May 28 June 19 Aug 10 17 18 19 Oct 2 At Cleveland May 4 s Juno July 6 Sept 6 July2tAt Philadelphia Juno 2 2 4 5 Aug 2 3 4 6 Sept aI30 Oct L AugnAtJ3ostoHJuria 16 17 17 AugrB 7 9 10 Sept 16 1718 20 ST LOmB At Chicago April 2627 2SJune 29 80 July 3 Sept 2 3tAt DetroitApril 20 30 May 1 Juno 22 2321 Sept 6 6 13 14 At Cleve1andApri 2l22 2324 May 2At 6 79 10 Sept 1617 18 20 AugUAt New York June 2 3 4 6 Aug 2 3 4 5Sept233 Oct At BostonJuho 7 89 10 Juy 29 80 Sept 24 2521 1TBOIT- At v Chicago April 21 2223 24 May 2 30 June Qct At St LoulsMay 4 5 6 8 9 June 20 July 45 5 8ept612 At Cleveland April 27 tS July 2 a 6 7 July 28 Sept 34At Wsb1ngtonJuno 12 14 Aug U12 13 Sopt 2l22 23 At PhlladelphiaJune 16 17 18 Aug 7 10 Sept 17 18 20 At Now York Juno 7 8 9 10 July 29 30 8L Sept 28 At Boston Juno 2 3 46 Aug 2 3 4 6 Sept 29 20 Oct CLEVELAND At Chicago April 29 30 May 19 June 20 a July Sept 6 12 13 14 At St LoulsAprll 15 16 May 2 May 27 28 29 30 June 27 Oct 3 At Detroit April 1719 June 29 80 July L Sept 7 8 9 10 IL At Washington June 2 3 5 Aug 2 3 6 Sept 50 Oct 1 At PhlladoiphlaJuno 7 8 9 10 July 29 SO11Sept 2425 28 At New York June 16 17 18 Aug 6 7 910 Sept 16 17 18 20 At Boston June U12 14 15 Aug 11 12 A 14 Spt2L2223 WASHINGTON- At ChfcaguMay 10 12 13 July 17 18 19 M Aug 27 29 At St Louis May 14 16 17 July 22 23 2415 Aug SO31 Sept 1 At Detroit M y 54V25 28 July 13 14 16 Aug 20 20 23 At Cleveland May 19 20 22 July 89 10 12 Aug 26 At Philadelphia May 5 6 7 8 fa June 22 1 Sept 6 6 Oct 2 4 At Now York April 23 June 19 19 a Juno 30 July 1 2 At Boston April 30 May 1 8 4 July 81 5 6 Sept 1314 1- 6PHILADELPHIA At Chicago May 14 15 16 17 July 22 23 24 Aug 30 a Sept L At St LoUlsMay 10 12 13 July 17 18 19 20 Aug 27 29 At Detroit May 19 20 22 JulyS9 10 12 Aug 26 At Cleveland May 24 25 26 July 13 14 15 10 AUg1920 23 At WshlngtonAprll 27 2829 July 27 28 Aug 16 17 18 Sept 3 4 At New York April 30 May 1 sJuly 3 6 66 Sept 13 15 At Boston April a 22 24 June 19 1921 June29 30 July 1 2 NEW YORK At ChlcagoMa 23 26 July 13 14 15 16 Aug 22 23 At St Louis May 10 20 2222 July 9 10 11 12 Aug At Detroit May 10 12 13 July 17 19 25 a Aug 27 IS 30 At ClevelandMay 14 15 17 18 July 22 23 28 Aug Sept 1 2 At Washington April 12 1314 15 May 2981 June L S 10 10 11 At PhlladeiphiaAprll 16 17 19 20 June 24 2526 28 Sept 789At flostonAprIl 26 27 S 29 June 22 23 Sept466 g410nAt St LouisMay 23 E4E5 July 13 14 15 16 Aug ar 23 July2ZS23At Cleveland May 10 U12 13 July 17 1920 Aug 28 At Washington April 1O1719 20 June 24 25m28 Sept 789At PhfladelphiaAprll 12 13 14 15 May 29 31 Juno 1 Sept 10 10 IL At New YorkMay I a 7 8 July 7 27 28 Aug 16 17 18 19 SPEED MARVELS ENTERED Fastest Motor Boats of Several Coun tries to Start In Monaco Races The entry of two high speed motorboats for the International races at Monaco In Aptil has awakened much interest and the invasion of the foreign motor boat field Will exert a di rect stimulus upon the sport herO during the coming season With Dixie II whose remarkable speed has made her the wonder In motor boat circles of the wprfd and with the new 600 horBfeftower Stabdard designed by the same tiaval architect who is responsk bio for Dixie II Clinton H Crane Americas prestige In international mo boat building From the information received re garding the number and class of entries In the Monaco races it is clear that the finest speed productions of Italy France and Germany with a fair representation from England will be among the competitors As the two American bOth are entered in the most important events the In ternational Grand Prix being the big attraction a victory by either will bean acknowledged triumph for motor bdat building both in respect to hulls and engines in this country W Blellng of the Motor Boat Club of America has received a dial lenge from the Iot6r Yacht Cl bof Great Britain for the British Interna tibdal irfotpr iStet cUp This mikes it appear that for the secbnd time the race will be held Iii this country and in all probability ovfer the Huntington Day course eniJyfu Atfgust OxfordCambridge Polo Match rbe iinul polo match between Oxford abd CnnibrMge nniversitlesw411 take pla cat Hurlingham on JCne28 iL j tt 1 1jAIoJ H i SS1 iClark County INCORPORATED ConstrtfCi I IThink of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year I t r tt NdcaiitheF Rters as much M a psisrsRe On the Basis Equipment and plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion dre flfrinif all kinds and conditions roadSy public or pjfl Ivate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on SeT We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement ami Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in pf all classes of Concrete specialty and satisfaction guaranteed d r I MOTH is at to camphor to at pric month IrPHILLIPS DRUGS- TOElectricCurreii7 it t FurnIsh Electric Current Day hdrNight for all stl Piirpbetesl We Furnish Current Motors Your Washing Your Sewing Machiney Curling Your Smoothing To Your Ironing Soldering Your Soldering We Furnish Current Purposes We All Tungsten Lamps for L e 4 Than AnyotKer Plant in Kentucky Railway Light Ice CtINCORTORATSO jf OPERA HOUSE 8MondayContinuing weeK ch Jefferson Stock Company REPERTOIREwith High Class Vaudeville BETWEEN ACTS PRICES 15C 25c 35oi Seats on at Usual fth Remember the Date Conkwrislit Transfer and Go- Crafini Hf njUfli HaiXiig nlturJ Piano EtcJa Specialty NOir North street B tocJ For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST2 18tf SuUscrife PdW- ZiSSt s LiA jj 55S 5j AS I ct f 1 I TIME hand and a few ounces of oUtS moth preventatvies will bei6it1tW many pounds of you neglect take precaut i ions now carry balls cedar camphor and alt1estandara remedies keep your clothincletI of the pest reduced this XV We for to Do Run Iron to Curl Hair Run Iron Do Run Iron To Do for All Sell Money Winchester all IN sale Place t Ice mi Fur Mali PhMM For The cur proper We moth Run last Announcemupj for the SLATING SEASDftt Atitiit2ritiEiIThursday MARCH list dithe last BroomBall Game fj this season Richtnohd It 1 vs Winchester j1st TEAM d P Saturday afternoon Children Skating Saturday Night Skating March 15th and every ightth5- week t will be skating T1ie kti at the Auditorium will close Saturday night March oth for tl season Everybckiy caine and ha a good time while it lasts 5 SHOE ECONOMY ifl iI We are for shoe eco11oIw and okL Let us fit the JsiN- npwaicI have your measure tak en for the future also SAMPLE SHOE STdfe I2 N- TRYANEW Mf r Alr MVERTlEEITi t y- tttr is 5lt t J- 4 r f 0 Tr THIiUCJfDIIII 4l D IoL1 4I h PfeiroI c ucation tr O 1j mf A of the I cBy PRESIDENT Si C MITCHELL University of South Carolinas I II fS MITCH Jftischief 1ms been done by the doctrinaire in the education of the negro as in hisatteinpt to thrust politics ll pon him I should like to submit the wjiole question of jJjegrQ education anew to experiment 1f goes without saying that right habits are the first thing for the negro such as thrift love of home pjedience to law kindliness toward ones neighbor and general reliability We must recognize that the negro just now is of more con f cern than either politics or soFiaL identity with the Saxon k1 would converge thereoreall the energies of education upon the training of thc doneaThet s vet will depend upon our faith in human nature and the power ofvtrathvfo develop mans capacity and upon our trust in love as the supreme force operating in human progress 1 never falter in my belief that Mlle negro race can advance in character anti in social efficiency Tlicrfr hajQjbeQii some signal surprises in races of late Witness the Japanese the Hungarians and Finns Thcvncgrp problem in 1861 had simply two ends But today it is triangular 1henit was simply northern OpInIOn against southern opinion A new factor has arisen within the past 40 years negro opinion The negrorii e is becoming conscious has developed a leadership of its own is analyzing its life and projecting its own ideals More and more we must reckon with negro opinion of the negro problem The F African race in America is no longer to be regarded tts headless Moralization covers the structural factors in the making of the negro race If this be the right view then religious education holds the keyto the situation It must inform the church charge the school with the farces of light and love exorcise the politician and the press of hysterics and beget sane public opinion upon the race issue As to racial adjustment can religious education reduce friction teach to live and let live and in a word produce racial tolerance Racial prejudices spring OUt of racial differences physical andmental The only resource is to find an agency that can generate sympathy to offset pjrju ice Such is the task of religious education vibrant with morariergy arid masterful in its purpose Religious must not be here narrowly defined It must be broad as life and penetrative as love Teeth VictiOf MOde n- Qiet By PROF SIM WALLACE Holed Dental Surgeon ol Enjlasd YlJr By ew- ViewPoint Problem There is now more disease among chil arm than was hrtlicc in the past and as a result of this the molecular structure of the teeth is spoiled the teeth become formed The perfect tooth without fis sures or clefts or pits is rarely found ex cept among children who have been very carefully watched during their years of roaring Faulty molecular structure of the teeth is accentuated by the mischievou- sdietnrt of the children and the more de fective the enamel in point of superficial condition the more predisposed is the t tooui toyfittracfpinto thp pits orfi sures- tnosW v bacterial elements which eventually produce dental caries or rot tenrites Ofall tlie foods which have a bal effection the teeth starch and sugar foods are the i orst and those who have the care of children or who sire themselves addicted to eating starch or sugar foods should never omit to cleanse the teeth rllatfbr breakfast bacon or bacon and eggs leaked or toasted bread fresh fruit and only drink tea or coffee when you have finished your meal not uuringjits course For lunch or dinner a meafof some sort followed rby whichrvvilUhe presently explained For the last meal meatif again you musCL f f ships biscuit and butter and an apple Farinaceous diets such as Prand the like are objectionable for the reason that ifnofr followed bYIa fruit diet which cleanses the teeth from deposits of- food matter ult will be to nullify the action of the gastric juice glandB tJie immediate consequence of which will be to deprive the stom ach ahijthtdjgCtive organs of their lubricity with an ultimate reaction occurring in the teeth c Can IJjisbaiids R5 i Lovers AGNES A M LOWE i 8e as Despite opinions to the contrary in many ceases husbands still act as the lovers of their wives Some men will argue Itf is not necessary mwife knows I love her why therefore proclaim the fact from the housetops But on the other hand why be ashamed to own it The jiuptial bond is too sacred too binning a tie for anyone to accept it onthe chance of letting this mutual love cool As a natural consequence the life lived by husband and wife is so intimate so familiarly binding in every respect that it should be entered upon only after due mid deliberate con sideration andupon the basis ota true and lasting affection otherwise it is apt to pall the constant society of married people becoming unbearable and irksome as years roll on And yet it does not always follow that these strong attachments s great love matches always turn out the best on the contrary w often find that this absorbing love and passion which characterizes the courtship days soon dies out after marriage For like a laging allconsuming fire a great blaze burns out quickly the very ih ten iA of its heat and flame causing it to devour itself more rapidly It inaytbe t11atnrdent lovers expect too much and that when Angelina discovers tfriit Edwin is a bit selfish more careless of her com forts less t incline JD olizeanahumor her than formerly then instead of making tl1c1 st of things remembering that he has worries and respon sibilities nothat he cannot always be spending time mid money rr upon her as i their courtship days she reckons he has changed does not love her any mbr Thus it is the little rift within the lutc the first misunderstanding- is est Ulichicr and often enough never put right again For the fins and6 t1i1fsic18v3fing to the fact that his wife is not an angel shut a woman with many of the frailties faults and weaknesses of her sex Secins her but jealous exacting and badtemjidred ignoring the while that itis he who is directly responsible innot giving her at I least part ofthe love he voluntarily gave to hcr Bjijisweclheltl Y Ian l19ve is of iinurs life utliiiig apart v wiijJ l1iiY9liians wlinlo ovisfprpnw k 5iJl It B it 1tt r j c F s JS Gary agr TIME Ifi AUST LIA View of sailor vcn the Atlantic leetsCruiae- Sailors v on the Atlantic Jlect of bat tleafiij l which recently returned to Hampton Roads from ifev world cir cling voyage gave the following impressions of the places visited on their cruiseOut on the flagship Connecticut John Keller of Brooklyn ands his pal Jack Cniddcn of Taunton Mass sat on a gull sponson the other day talking about then cruise Take Itfrom its said Keller that Australia is the country We had a flnefc tune there than any other place we visited Those fellows In Mel bourne are good sports all right slid they have a dandy town You ought to shave seen Tommy Burns lick Squires while we were there Maybe t nit wasnt some fight That was the place to celebrate Maybe we didnt indulge in a few Whirls How about Japan 1 Keller was askedOh Japan is all right he replied Tljat JSa pretty good country but it cant compare with Australia Those Japanese think they are hot potatoes butthey treated us O K and weve gotno kick against them Say you know we went to Messina where they had the earthquake and those Italians think there Is nobody In the world like tin American They ought to for we did the best we could for them This talk about Italy roused Crud den of Taunton to speak his mind Sunny Italy they call it do they he cxclaime1 with fine contemptUl clever saw thesun there at all There lint any sunshine there any more titan there is here in this fog today isa cold wet place and thats all there is to Italy KelleffHowover there that will simply knock your eye out IYes growled Crudden and they have got some statues over there too what aint fit to be seen in public What are you talking about put in Keller You cant seem to remember anything outside of Pompeii You see Pompeii is n place what was bur ied by a volcano about a thousand Sears or more ago Jack and me went to see what it was like Sonic of the thinfjsjtl ICtye1Sot there I wouldnt let a see Afo ydu glad to be home the re porter asked TVjenyT should think exclaimed r dont call this home yet- I wont be there either until I strike little old rfew York Thats the place for inc W hen I land there Ill be homo all right SCHOOLS IN RIFLE MATCH jINational Association Arranges Com petition Open to Teams of Ten An interesting competition for school boys has been arranged by the executive committee of the National Rifle asS iatlon nt WashVugtori It will be known as the interscholastic rifle match and will be for the interschool gallery championship of the United StattThe match will be shot on the galleries of the varibxis schools which en ter the shooting taking place on any date between April 12 and 24 It will be open to teams of ten pupils from any public school preparatory high school or private school not conferring degrees Vyheijb the school has a club affiliated with the National Rifle asso elation ntfbhtranco fee will be charged Other schools may enter teams on the payment of S2 The distance will be fifty feerj amFthe National Rifle asso ciation target xwlth a one Inch bulls eye will be supplied by the National Rifle association Each strlqg will consist of five shots and ten shots will be fired In a stand Ing position and ten In a prone posi tion with two sighting shots for each position Any 22 caliber rifle may be used which has sights In front of the hammer The competition Is open to bona fide scholars only and a certifi cate to this effect must be filed with Lieutenant Albert S Tones secretary of the National Rifle association Washington which organization will designate a judge to represent It at each school The prize will be a handsome trophy to held by the win ning school for one year and medals to the individual members of the teams Motor Car For a Baseball Teams Use The time Is coming when the auto mobile will be used for practically all purposes where a speedy method of transportation over roads of all kinds Is desired A hint of the coming of this time is afforded by the action of the Indianapolis Baseball club in purchasing a twentyfour passenger motor- bus It will be used to carry the players to and from the ball grounds and to and from trains Its adaptability for other usesfor making trips to nearby towns for exampleis obvious Mufflers Needed The silent rifle now wo have By Maxim twas Invented The barrel mouth he muffles and All noise Is thus prevented But Maxim in your vqrk of peace r sAFor use In city flats That done Improve your leisure hours A Ipngfclt want to flu Invent a muffler for trombones Those awful blasts to still So that the amateur may blow And practice us he should Wlthout4dlsturbIns every ono Within his neighborhood Then If you can go further still To prove youre a magician Invent a muffler that wllI stop The yawping politician If from such sounds as this you can Aweary world release The Nobel prize should como to you As ones woo toiled for peace t DftSlrFi Press LOlff f o 1JIlly r IIWpt IYou are always welcome to come here and examine our extensive e line pi doors sashes aiuscoth g and other high grade millwork It is work of which we are pro id Every detail is carefully 9rI5trl1ct ed by mill xpertSj tile sawing plan finish and generalcabinctr work is unsurpassed duf price are pretty low considering We ask your inspection II A f 111fTdir a or 140r it r L J 6 d ifJt 1 F t j t V q t p 1 rj = 0 Xc i o r t iIIz r I- 1 take tuijfe to ydur for your next contract and when you do think of us If you 5 s don t know us get at once for we ought to know and jou our r lumber too We tall be to yW with af the i t fal r LUMBER MANUFACTURING CI- NCORPORATEDr U Ib J Ir 1 Ui= = GET t PLOV7ttt9 Lreak your Corn ground with Plai- L3Iack with HavkPlanter uV- NwDeparture with or BoaYi e CULTIVATOR 1 and then you will have to buy a- n5Ol d Hickory VVa0onto haul your relWe Carpy Them All in stock iRftin Coal and Supply fJ implements Seed eedi f4 1 Building Material iMcCordjrayMcGotmickOId Stahdjf Main street J j1 ji a t = 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prices v Sl1ecalPricIStbis StastnQ- U Portraits afcdPbrtfait frames the best Duality ot work of any scajpn at Bappetts 22 North Main St Call and see his new work w S DOLPHINTAYLOR SHOP Clothes Cfeintdj Pracsed liptirW We de French eaJittg aad aiilst Satiefactln lladles ptv presses a JMeTaUyv GrlyeiJs a Trial and we tkc rest Atcalled for aMtlelycreli 3tWdM rtifi tfome Phenc S45 11abesterICYF t Ungallant Author JI wish AftMh4Ml4M rWribs In Mis N 4y Boiaic lL ift t J LLii 2 ser i t Ii i7 I j r0 r r r t wwc 3 V nI F 1 t I r t414DIHS UKCENTSj ti CALL ON TAFT ri fantlo larnttitude ot louse Rules IlDESIEPS TIlE ISSUE r i Representative Gardner Says Presl 11 dent Is Not Opposed to Change In Rules but Is Fearful That Fight at Present Time Will Endanger Pass age of New Tariff Laws Given Assurance That His Wishes e ObservedwiWashington March 10 President Taft was given an opportunity to de clkre himself on the insurgent movement to revise the house rules s Diplomatically he sidestepped an I noimcing how he stood but in doing so he missed luncheon and about half of the concert of Mme Eames which J he was scheduled to attend in com pauy with Mrs Taft and their guests Representative Payne of New York chairman of the committee on ways MriI or of and the insurgents caase was advo thMssachusettsandNelson of WisconsincoThe visit of gation to the executive offices was a long drawn outaff llrThe three in surgents heard it charged that Mr Taft Intended to join hands with the house organization in the interest of getting the tariff bill through as soon catheseWhite House to urge Mr Taft to take s soft seat on the fence and leave the fighting to them When they came out of the executive offices Mr Gardner declared with an exhibition of confidence that the insurgents were no longer in a compromising mood Wc are firmly impressed that Mir Tart is not opposed to a change the rules said Mr Gardner lbut is a little fearful that a contest now would cross the line and interfere with the passage of the tariff bill An effort was made by Mr Madison toshpw that there Is no such danger in the fight they are conducting H eTsaid that he had told Mr Taft that and his colleagues were not disposed to interfere with the continuance of the present ways and means commild teegnd that he thought promise that no objection would be made to the continuance of the old committees on any subjects that the thtion1AnotherBur ent delegation was that they 5wouldtion if they made their fight and lost mTheyBrought to an end in one day By these tymciliatory promises Mr Madi tofightHe said the insurgents would walt however until the proper time to re new it Mr Payne was with the president only a few minutes When ne left the White House he said that he had told Mr Taft that the tariff bill would be ready to report on the first day of Vthe session but that he could not prophesy what would happen if the present chaotic conditions in the Jiouse were to continue theWhiteence and nothing was given out about the first meeting of the cabinet EXPLAINS HIS STATUS Secretary Dickinson Tells Why HIct Was Named by Taft Chicago March 10 Secretary of War Jacob M Dickinson appeared before the Iroquois club a Democratic organization and made his flrit for byPresldentMr Dickinsons presence befolithis body was objected to last week by Former Mayor Edward Dunne on the ground of Inconsistency Jn his remarks the secretary ex plained his status as a Democrat and BpresidentBrutal Belgian Sentenced Brussels March 10 Lieutenant Arnold of tile Belgian army who was denounced by the missionaries for burning and pillaging villages andI committing murders and other atroci1 ties in the Congo has been found guilty of a seiies of charges of this nature and sentenced to imprison mejnt for 42 years War Governor Seriously III Brattleboro Vt March 10 Former Governor Frederick Holbrook of mont one of three surviving governors and the oldest exgovernor in the United States Is dangerouslY ill with bronchitis at his home here He is 96 years old t Blizzard Hits Iowa St Paul Minn March 10 Reports received fey the Chicago Great West inltCateabiliiirdCfnIowiiand SoUthDakota and that telegraphic communication is inter Zeredw1tk iii i v f JUDGE JSWEBSTER ASSUMES HIS OFFICE Former Kentuckian Now On Bench lInWashington at 4000 a Year SPOKANE Washington March 1- 0J Stanley Webster a native of Kentucky born in Cynthinua Har rison county in 1877 took his seat as fifth judge of the Spokane county superior court by Acting Governor Hay yesterday He was chief dep uty prosecuting attorney of the coun ty until raised to the bench and is the youngest man ever appointed or elected to a similar office in the State Iof Washington The office carries th it a salary of 4000 a year and the appontment is for four years Mr Webster came to Spokane three years ago after serving a term as deputy prosecuting attorney in Kentucky and since then he luis made a brilliant record as assistant- to Prosecuting Attorney Fred C Pugh who was his classmate in th law department at the University a Michigan While in this office he handled several of the most important criminal cases in the history of the county He is married his wife being a Spokane girl Mr Webster was not a candidate for the office which was created by e legislature as an emergency to ndle the increasing business of the unty but was strongly recommended by exSenator Harry Rosen haupt of Spokane and eiidorsed by every member of the Senate After Gov Hay had signed the commission the document was handed to A C Edwards of Spokane Democratic ndidate for Lieutenant Governor a e last election for delivery to Mr Webster The new judges associates on the bench are Judges WtHuneke J D Hinkle E II Sullivan and II L Kennan L 0EXINGTONA GENUINE CREMONA Mr Charles Craig of Lexington has in his possession quite a valuable rarity in the shape of a genuine ere mona violin brought to this country way back in the eighteenth century ue violin is now the property of Mr Charles Craig and his sister Miss Florida Craig having descended to them from their father who loved it and played it for more than sixty years The case for the instrument is a curiosity in itself It was made by e handsomest rascal that the walls o the Kentucky penitentiary confined in the forties Mr Craigs father was the lessee of the penitentiary at the time and had a prisoner Lavine ake it It is a massive chest mahogany veneered and is almost as large as a small trunk A partial his ry of the instrument may be in retiug to the curious qfromone Captain Taliaferro commander ofa sailing vessel about the year 1774 This Captain Taliaferro married a Scotch heiress named Mary Craig who was a descendant of one John Craig of Scotland the col league of John Knox the prime minister of Scotland The violin was passed down the line of Mary Craigs descendants to Mr Charles Craig of this city ItI is the facsimile of the one brought to this country by Ole Bulland used by him in his first tour of America in he forties stAnoted artists both American and for eign have handled it and without ex ception have spoken of it in highest praise Among the number may be mentioned two recognized both Jiere and in Europe as world famous vio nists Ole Bull and Madame Urso both of whom have played upon it It is a very rare instrument and one of great sweetness LUE GRASS MENa LEAVE FOR TEXAS Party of Business Men Will Investigate Condition in Galveston and Thereabouts cMrcagSouthern Kailway for the South west with a party of ten or fsfeitbusiness men from Lexington as Fayette county Richmond Paris Winchester and Georgetown to Gal veston and the Brazos Valley Most of these men own lots in the town or farms in the county and are going out to see about the present condition of their property Rapid Transit The Laplander can travel about 150 miles a day on hisskatee f l lt1j W OODMEN CAMP ELECTS OFFICERS Numbers Are Pleased With Winches ter and Her Hospitality The feature of the second days session of the bienuial meeting of the Head Camp of the order of the W moodmentio ofnMurryKyceed Col J H Brewer of Louisville countyHeadAtkins Cole of Fulton county Head Clerk T D Hjggiiis of Hopkinsville Head Banker W T Bradberry of Louisville was chosen as delegate to the Sovereign Camp meetingprmore are to be elms en but this had not been done up to ess time prfThe following are the officers chos en by the ladies order which is the W reoodmenMrs S Rocder of Paducah Wor th thMrsvisor Lieutenant- Miss Lucy Wood of Scales Head Clerk Mrs Anderson of Wingo Banker Mrs Rhodes of Wingo Delegate to the ErMsantIH i tiiMrs Edwards and Mrs Embry of Paducah Inner and Outer Guards The following were chosen man 1a gors Mrs Mance Mrs Brovn Mrs Fields mid Mrs Cummings nil of Paducah There is a universal sentiment with the delegates that they have been we treatedand many compliments as bWinchesterOnly one chopper was heard to comnlain and that about the size of the town He said that it was too far from the south end to the north end The ne thwlythe court house at 8 oclock tonight The public is invited to attend REV EG B MANNIs DELIVERS ADDRESS Interesting Talk is Made to EmbryorT ic Ministers at College Rev E G B Mann of a thddressedevening in the college chapel The address was especially to the embryonic ministers and dealt with the qualifications necessary for success this calling Dr Mann handled the subject in a direct forceful manner His words were an inspiration to the young men The speaker showed the need ofmore ministers but more than th fiatp loartWhile law and medical students had increased in a decade from 300 to 800 per cent ministerial students hud increased only 130 per cent The field for real ministers was never so great as at present Literature col leges everything simply prepare the minds of men for the work done by the ministers The minister must do what these other sources cannot do By his personality his Godlike life he must the truths that are contained in these other instances Iam thankful that the world p mlacesminister It shows the respect and reverence that the world luis toward religion The people at large despite criticism have more tolerance for the minister than for any other profes man If a doctor or a lawyer ade such a mess of his first case s som ministers do of his first sermon they would be drummed out of town Dr Mann closed with an eloquent plea for better men men who arej broad minded who have the qualities necessary to be successful in ni walk of life and this strenghtened andI mul tidied by the grace of God would ount mightily in the success of the ause of Christ The reward he would be abundant here but n the vorld to come would be ines timable Our Wives One of the most worthless men int isia man she loves him and that is ill there is to it It makes no difference how shiftless or worthy he may be Napoleon one of the few really great vometwyes fii1l i p IS GREAT DESTROYEFF TINY WOODEN MATCH CAUSES GREAT LOSS YEARLYMr Foreigners Find ItHard to Understand Extravagance and Recklessness In the Handling of Fire by Americans moPhliadelphfaEightysons in the United States use as atches as the 800000000 in manlasres the world according to statistics just compiled by the National Fire Protective association on urtheCthattr wiItfir j1servationsources that President Roosevelt last year called together in Washington e governors of every state and im essed upon them the necessity for cooperation in maintaining these re so cobynferencecountrysfireduced To the match the simple little match is due much of the credit for lIethe world since first the lucifers were ro m Apeplace Matches are not wasted in the old world Centurie8 of training in thrift and economy have made the uropean conscious of tlie fact that matches cost money Where does one find them in Amer- Ica They are in almost every room In almost every building public or private The American breathes imprecation if he cannot at any moment of the day or night reach out his reposeinIIco at and waistcoat they arescattered tcerub sh they are so carelessly thrown bout that rats and e sodh iiiomeavailable supply extravagancehowever e matches themselves This bitt IcSt unknown until 1832 has been fitoofnpeopleIsp skeanpropertylosssouthern Europe is 33 cents in the nited States the average is 302 he reason for this astonishing condi a atreg eroodcigars in the hallways of their homes row the match in the general direc on of the cuspidor and go out to return in half an hour to see firemen rescuing their sleeping children from secondstory windows In Massachusetts last year there w n flugmatches that bduringpropertylossy to the parlor match t Thefires constitute a continuous performance at a cost of half a million dollars a year in one year of 446 fires from matches in this state 122 were caused by children 298 by the carelessness of adults and 26 by rats and micealso through carelessness of adults Thirtysix women and children were burned to death in Ohio through hav- Ing their clothing fired by matcllesI Of these who suffered death in its p talayingithin e 3ning match heads Among these are not included five mothers who were burned to death while trying to save the lives of their burning children The number of persons burned to death in the United States each year by the parlor match is between 800 and 900 and the property loss is more than 2000000 The parlor match is the common variety which can be ignited upon any hard surface as distinguished from the safety match which cannot ordinarily be ignited except upon the box in which it is sold Collector Makes a Record Clinton Mass What is believed to be a record for towns of Clintons size 15000 population has this year been established by Charles E Shaw town treasurer In that he has collected a tax levy of 163000 every dollar col le tibleHis report shows that of the total tax levy there Is now due the town 71 but since his c rlosedh DIas t e Cystatescourt and payment must await the settlement of the affairs of the two small insolvent companies The other wo estates ar found to be wrong Iectibler 4 n SUELBY COUNTY MAN DIES IN LEXINGTON James W Cantrill Passes Away at St Josephs Hospital Mr James W Cantrill of Shelby county who has been ill for three nths at tile St Josephs Hospital htsoldier in organs command and Col Breckinridges regiment The funeral arrangements have not been made but the services will be held at the home of his nieces Mrs Claude Forth and Mrs C A Thomas at 304 West THird street The burial cemeteryMrwas 70 years old at the time of his death His demise followed an operation and u complication of ailments He is survived by his sistertMiss Gertrude Cantrill and his brothsers Messrs ticountyris all of whom were at his bedside and Mr Claude Cantriliof Tennessee Mr Cant rill was a man of strong alIIlIeew him SECRETARY OF MILITARY RIFLES TEAM Capt Jackson Morris Appointed By President General James A DrainvFRANKFORT Ky March 10 Capt Jackson Morris Assistant Sec rotary of State who lists just return ed from Washington where he at isded the inauguration was appointed while there State Stcretary fo Kentucky for the National Rifle As ciation of America The appoint eit was made by President Gener al James A Drain Secretary Mor ris was empowered immediately begin the organization of a Ken luck ate Rifle Association and as sooi as the proper documents reach lila rom Washington he will issue a cal r a meeting hero for the formatioi such a body Its members wil be made up not onlv of army or mil itiamen who desire to further thei ill in marksmanship but by privat citizens and in fact anyone whc takes an interest in marksmanshh and desires to help the cause along It will be the rjlun of the State or iranization to obtain a State range which the crack shots from small local bodies will meet and in thi way it is believed that a team cai be chosen to represent Kentucky ii the next national rifle shoot whicl will stand well toward the froijt i the final standing of the States 0 he fifty teams which competed a ast years shoot the Kentucky lean sished thirtieth A number of handsome cups anc trophies are offered for good worl y the different States and it is be eved that a goodly number of thes prizes can be captured by Kentucky slmTOshooters METCALF BUYS FAMOUSARENOODea- utifulB Country Estate of Mrs Warren Near Danvill Is SoldnDANVKLE Ky March 10 Thomas Metcalf this morning pur chased the magnificent country estte irrenwood from Warren The place contain 80 acres and is located three mile south of Danville ton the Ilustonvilli pike It is one of the most desirabl farms in Boyle county The consideration was 32300 Mr Metcali gets possession the first of April Mrs Warren and family will rob ably move to Danville in which event they will be warmly welcomed Mrs Warren is the mother of Mrs Lucien Bcekncr of this city- NSURANCEI I AMOUNTSt TO OVER 10000 Burning of 0 F C Distillery is Cov ered By Large Insurance Policies- FRA1ICF0RT Ky March 10Au estimate of the insurance company yesterday is that the loss of he dryer house at the a F C distiller by fire will amount to 10000 Policies cover the property to the extent of 10000 The dryerlsouc is 100 feet from the distillery proper anhrerItrestarted r rt i ij J MONUMENT RAISED fo HORsE If Inscription Is Correct Animal Deserved Tribute Paid by Grateful Owner Thore are some very curious mOllttmelltstoanimals scattered over the countryside The One with the most remarkable story crOWDs Farley fountnear Winchefer Underneath it lies buried as an inscription on the exterior records fh orse time property of Paulet St ohn Esq that in the month oi September 1733 leaped into a chalk pit 25 fet deep afoxhunting with his master on his back and in October 1734 won the Hunters Plate on Worthing Downs and was rode by his owner and entered in the name of Beware Chalk Pit This inscription which is a cOPY of nighlHonin 1870 A duplicate is in the in enor which is provided with tisref- ea1s intended for time accommoda on ofwayfarcrsWide Awak Magazine THE AUCTIONEERS HOURd LASS An auctioneer of Philadelphia col pertainin2toamong other things an interesting set of auctioneers hour glasses The auctioneer a century or so ago con ludeda sale not by saying Goin going gone Iand rapping the counter with his hammer but it was his better method to turn up a free running glass toward the end of the b and to end the sale irre when the sands ran out This saved confusion and dispute The auctioneers glasses in the Phil adelphia collection are picturesque One is of tortoise shell and mother of pearl Another is of amber anil gold A third is of teak and ivory INVITATION TO HER WEDDING MAINE HUNTING STORY Dan Chaplin of Cornish went fox hunting one day recently in the vicinity of Trafton mountain His hound got on a trail andchased a red fox for some time and when within range Dan saw the fox had a gray squirrel in his mouth He shot the fox which released the squirrel It then ran up a small bush The hound after making sure that thIs fox was dead made a lea f Foristnnned and captured it The case is unparalleled in these partsr LeWiston Journal THE PEOPLEOH GEE The American people began the ew United States senator but the presiding tpffiqpr rapped him to order The senator will confine himself o matters of interest to this body The senate then went into committee of the whole for the considF eration of the anticipated dividends from their holdings for the coming yearPuckFDO FOR THE CHILDREN Ahmadamesaid the French maid lettie Fido wccll no eat 20 bonbonsThe dear intelligent little dog- gie exclaimed Mrs Swellman There must be something wrong those bonbons Yvette Give to the children Catholic Standard and Times INCOMPATIBLEI Prominent Citizen The trouble with me is that I am too much oc cupied My social duties are so complex His Physician Complex Try the simple life my dear fellow WHyWORRY Butray dear why should rou worry over a bill just after you Lave been married Well it does seem trifling jwhen one thinks olthat v7 J + t LS 1q 1 f Ir r CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per ins r lion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 ojibboks miitem fr rate For 250 lines or irifri used willu one year 4 cents k line f FOR SALE Building lotsan Drench avenue The best location in city for a home II1THE REAL ESTATE MAN p FOR SALE OR RENT To dij able dwellings one on Haggaii street the other corner of BmiL3f and Beckner VIP AZBTLL 2ILlmno i FOR SALE Cheap graphqpnpne lil1kel1ornIt B this office l9tfv-t V V1 rqihfamiliesTaylor avenue 215 5Lmg WANTEDTo buy clean rags Apply at The News office 217ti WIRE FENCEI still Luild all kinds ofwire fence Ji in time market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNJpR Winh avenue nome phpue 541 216tfL FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217 tf l fafthisFOR SALE150 feet of yard fence W A WfflTeOMB 2188 fliIi i land 3ltf bieJlbarred0 THOMAS corner E Broadway J und Jackson street FOR SALEA good work horse ApT 655HomeWANTED TO RENTon shares 100 acres land 6 acres for tobacco and CBOWENSee1 demonstration of Sjafety Belt Buckle at Currys by Mrs Kale Moore Exif n 334t 1Lj F idkMriJscheap655 45hS e i yr 4RRill326tt F Pittk2manWrite T L PHILLIPS 112 jaI M street San Antonio Texas or aji Iply to JOllN C BEAN 3Gr F histoves10 Hickuian street 3Gtf GEOiOXHome lt1 OR SALEio good 60 JjiM homegrown heifers AddreSSavEi ICyNo R J y i B IQtt F itfimrApplstreet 31d1t WINCHESTER ROLLER HILLSff niittthMills Why not use home t t i111ImWhite7 jthscrin For n if1i fiilSomebridges before they are reached to the trouble and expense q Uui ilcsr Bridges where there is never likely to be any water Limit Never R 11rfFiske The jm1rOraltlens most essential fWU are I ifa man is ila SUBSCRIBE FOR THNWS i F jX ri7 1t