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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rrY 1 t jtEditionlt i4 THE WINCHESTER NEWShvOI 1 NO 127 WINCHESTER KY THURSDAY MARCH 11 1909 2 GENTS A COPY 11 CENTS 1 WEEK LARGE AUDIENCE WITNESSES INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS Woodmen Of The World Adjourn After Successful Session liladison lie Is Chosen ftsPlase For Holding Next Biennial ting The second biennial meeting of the Head Camp of the order of the Woodmen of the World of the State came to a close Wednesday night af ter the installation of the newly elected tHead Camp officers which was held in the court house at 8 oclock and was witnessed by a large crowd The feature of Wednesdays porgrjutijiwas the election of the Head Cancun officer which resulted as follows Hon Raney T Wells of Murry Ky was elected Head Consul to succeed Co1J H Brewer of Louisville William Reed of Marshall county Head Advisor Atkins Cole of Fulton county Head Clerk- T D Higgins of H01 kin ille Head Banker W T Bradb nyr of Louisville was chosen as delegate to the Sovereign Camp meeting The following are the officers chosen by the ladies order which is the Woodmen Circle Mrs So Roeder of Paducah Worthy Guardian Mrs E Maxwell of Paducah Ad- visor Lieutenant Miss Lucy Wood of Scales Head Clerk Mrs Anderson of Wingo Banker Mrs Rhodes of Wingo Delegate to the Supreme Forest Mrs Hunter bf Litchfield Attend antMrs Edwards and Mrs Embry of Paducah Inner and Outer Guards The f611owine were chosen managers Mrs Mance Mrs Brown Mrs Fields and Mrs Cummings all of Paducah v B Kinsey of Mayfield Escort- J M Cross of Paducah Watch maini SpntryijelvdAshland H V Leitchfield Martin Builerj of Louisville IT L William sOli1of Paducilhand Guy Dunning- of Wilona After a spirited contest with Bowl Green Madisonville was chosen biIcnmilThe ilea meeting will be held the second week in March 1911uThere were about 200 delegates attendance during the meeting A good many of them left for their homes on the late train after the installation Wednesday night but most of them remained until Thursday morning HAVE ADDED HANDSOME TRAPTO BUSINESS Ratliff and Strossman the New Real Estate Firm Are Up toDate aRatliff and Strossman the newly organized real estate firm have added to their business for the accommoda tions of their patrons one of the handsomest city traps has been t brought to this city The entire out fit in eluding the horse was purchased from Mr Matt Bean the well known carriage dealer LAST BROOM BALL GAME OF SEASON Tobe Played Thursday Night Be i r tween Richmond and f Winchester r The last game of broom ball to be played iii the Central Kentucky broom- ball league will be played at the Aud itorium Thursday night between the Richmond and Winchester team The game will be called promptly at 9 oclock Skating before and after the game STATE BANKS ARE CLOSED Special to The NeWsIBALDWIN Wis Maich 11The stat bunks of Baldwin are in the hands of the State Banldng Commis si Hers Tfie fundsaie alleged to be impaired by unfortunate speculators who carried two hundred thousand dolarsin deposits f tI i J t S 1 r r I ct StfF r R i cd i J B ed m 4 1w7 4 r 1t R err r t Mfi lug that MANY IMPROVEMENTS IN A BUSINESS BLOCK Mr Matt Bean Has Changed and Added to Old Brick Building Made Modern Offices Probably in no other section of Winchester is there more enterprise and business being shown by one man as there is by Mr Matt Bean one of Winchesters most energetic young business men at his place on Lexington avenueiMr Bean has just converted the first floor of the brick building ad joining his office into one of the most uptodate physician and dentists offices to be found anywhere The rooms will be occupied by Drs Val ter anti Howard Lyon and are about completed and they will move into them about the fiat of next week The plan of the rooms and the fixtures light plumbing and heating is particularly designed for the purpose that they will be used for The building has been divided by an eight foot hall with four rooms on each side The first room will be used as a reception room the second room will be used by Dr Walter Lyon dentist and the third will be used as a consultation room and the fourth as an operating room Each room except the reception room is furnished in white and puts up the appearance ofa first class hospital Mr Bean is now negotiating with several contractors to add another story to the building mid make a first class flat building Work on this will begin with the next month or six weeks The automobile garage that is located on the opposite side of the building isthe latest metropolitan enterprise to be added to Winchester by Mr Bean assisted by Mr Owens This consumes nearly allof the build formerlyloccupied theaument is one of the most uptodate and best bowling alleys in the State As soon as the weather permits Mr Bean will put in a twelve foot con crete sidewalk connecting with the one in front of the fire department and continuing to Court st etIIn the rear of these s where there has been a public dump for the past fifteen years Mr Bean has had all the trash cleared away some grading done and wipes laid to carry off the surplus water to the town sewer Together with the many other in dlstriescarriec1on in this business little block Mr Bean still conducts his carriage and harness business which is one of the oldest and best established businesses in Winches ter Mr Bean handles all the latest and best makes of vehicles and har ness from a Name string to the finest of Piaue harness NEW PARTNERSHIP IN REAL ESTATE BUSINESS S B Tracy and J T Stokely Begin Business Together and Maker Good Sale Tracy Stokoly agents for C B MeCord sold his residence on College street to Mrs M E Price for 4500 Messrs Tracy Stokely have just recently formed a partnership in the real estate business Mr S B Tracy having recently retired from the farm implement business and Mr J T Stokejy from the grocery business They are two hustling energetic and popular business men and though in business only a little while have be gun to make good sales THE DEV AND TOM WALKER This unique Proverb will be Dr Porters subject next Sunday evening atT7 p w rat the FirSt Baptist church tJ r r WI JRLAMPTON ADVERTISINGON ays That The News Should Take Business From Whatever Source it Comes New York March 9 1909 My Dear Mr Beatty I have read with considerable interest your inlorvj w iTh News with Mr larch ofLexingtOlion the subject of outside advertising and also your supplementary remarks theretoAs who has pronounced views on the general subject ofadvertising and the ethics controlling advertiser and publisher I would like to say that in my opinion the publisher owes no more loyalty to the advertiser than the advertiser owes to the publisher It is a fair business proposition all the way round what the publisher having to sell being no less a market able ware or product than the good of the advertiser As for the sentiment that the publisher should give the advertisers of his own bailiwick outsWeIIt is theduty however o fthe pubI lisher not to give a better outside advertisers as is the case with some country editors Make an equal rate for all and sell to the advertisers who want to buy The ad vertisers conduct their business on pubIlishcr1goods to any resident of Paris Lex ijngton Mt Sterling or Richmond lie would not and by the same token hisIHe should not Perhaps1 it is none of my business to thus butt into the business of other people but I feel like it is time for me to say something and I am taking advantage of a free press now that Brer Roosevelt has gone into retire ment As a sideline remark I should al so like to commend the action of the base ball authorities in cutting out Sunday playing There may be a great many people who would like to see a game on Sunday but the bettci sentiment of the community is it and if base ball can not ngninstI cept in opposition to the better sen timent it had better perish With best wishes for the continuedI prosperity of The News I Very sincerelY i BrerBP SThis is my privato opinion and if you want to make it public you may do so I shall write an article on this subject for one of the advertising journals I do such things for and will have a copy sent to you My passionate remombran ces to R R The News is a blamed sight better paper than I thought Winchester was equal to BOARD OF EDUCATION Of Kentucky Wesleyan College Meet To Plan For Year The Conference of the Board of Education of Kentucky Wesleyan Colege Winchester is meeting in the parlors of the First Methodist church Lexington today to elect teachers and map out the work for the College for the next session The Board is made up of the fol lowing fourteen men Rev John R Deering President OReartFrankfort Rev E G B Mann Lexington lion Tim Needham Williams town Messrs David Thornton Ver sailles W A Sears Nicholasville B J Durham Danville Rev J P Strother Danville Rev J R Savage Covington W W Ball Maysville Rev W E Arnold Carlisle Rev I L Clark Highlands Robert M Smith Louisvile Rev W F Taylor Phoe nix Arizona Rev Mr Taylor was formerly pres dent of the Board but resigned and went tp Phoenix for the benefit of his health He did not attend the meet iiig today Pres Taylor left this morning to attend with his head full ofrplaus for the upbuilding of the college it j Y t 1 ita 9 Jfwl JJACOB IdG DICKINSON WHO IS TO BE TAFTS SECRETARY 1OF WAR Judge Jacob McGavock Dickinson who Is slated to enter the Taft cabinet cs secretary of war Is a resident of Chicago but Isa native of Mississippi Ho also lived many years in Nashville He was admitted to the Tennessee bar in 1S74 and in 1893 was chief justice of the supreme court He took an active part in Tennessee politics as a Democrat and in February 1891 was appoint- Ed assistant attorney general by President Cleveland and served to the end of the term He represented the government before the Alaskan boundary commission in London In 1903 L J HIGHEST HOE KNOWN IN YEARS LIN THE KENTUCKY RIVER t Millions Of Feet Of Logs Are Being Delivered At ForlVDay Good Reports All Along The River IRVINE Ky March 11The best tide that the Kentucky River Juts seen in years is now running It is es pastjthisered at Ford High at Jackson JACKSON Ky March 1YThrec days heavy ram resulted in the high est tide iu the North Fork of Lien tucky river for this year the highest point being reached yesterday afternoon when the twenty foot stage was marked The flood of water flow ing swiftly past theiity is Covered with saw logs both loose andrafted JMs timber going down the Kentucky River to market represented 1tlargely dependent on their timber and the spring tides foi a living The swollen streams have intoner red very materially with the progressIof the Circuit Court which in session by preventing the arrival ofwitnesses in the city THREE WORKMEN BURIED ALIVE Sewer Trench In Hamilton 0 Caves inAll Are Believed to Be Dead Special to The News HAMILTON 0 March 1LThice workmen were buriedalive when a sewer trench eared in here All are believed to be deadt BAD ACCIDENT Mr Cecil Parkk of the Strode Drug Company is rrafteung from ah injury caused by running a nail in iiisfootseverela davsiagb v J J r rrty ri cii rtt I f t NO WORK FOR HIM HIS CRY Vagrant Blows Into Town Gets Arrested For Abusive Language and Lands in Jail H J Gore a member of the amal gamated order of the Sons of Rest hailing from the sunny State of Flor ida arrived in this city Wednesday morning enroute to the North to spend the winter He missed the next northbound freight train and had to remain in the city for some little time and in the meantime was taken into custody on a charge of vagrancy He was taken to jailand on his promise to leave the city or crack down to some manual labor he was released from further imprisonment The next seen of Gore he was OJI the streets selling pencils shoe strings and matches Business was not as brisk as Gore desired and when anyone refused to buy he would get rough amiduse some very abusive language He was arrested again and given a fine to work out on the streets which he sternly refuses tp do What to do with him is a proposition that is puzzling the city authorities to no small extent FLOODS HOLD UP COURT rFRAN FORT Ky March 11 High water yesterday prevented the a arguments before the Court of Ap perils in the case of T S Anderson the convicted bank cashier of Owens born here on appeal The court passed the case until Thursday March 18r a ti JI 4 tfJ n 1 r iiv SkI r 1 t tjI J 4 il1if l TIKEWIEAThER Lthreahiak rrl JUDGE ANDERSON FREES THE STANDARD Oil CORPORATION The Company Is Free From All Fear Of The Repetition Of The Gir tic FineJudge Instructs Jury To Acquit Ander1sonStandard Oil case to find the com pany not guilty The decision of the court was an nounced at the close of argument by Assistant District Attorney Wilker son ana the jury was Immediately summoned and instructed to return a verdict of not guilty This means that all but two of the pending in dictments against the Standard Oil company of Indiana are void and will be abandoned by the government The two cases not affected by the de- cIsion are cases involving the ship mont of 1915 carloads of oil from Whiting Ind to Evansville Ind over the Chicago Eastern Illinois The question whether or not the celebrated case should be continued hinged on the introduction as evidence of tariff 24 in the application to the Illinois classification issued in 1899 making a rate of 18 cents on oil from Whiting Ind to East St Louis and which attorneys for the defense contended had been superseded by a later classification Judge Anderson in a 15 mInutes discussion of the case to the jury ex plained his position and announced that if the case was to go to the jury and a verdict of guilty was returned he could do nothing but set aside the verdict There is absolutely nothing upon which a conviction in this case could stand before any court In thisIcountry the court said in ing his charge to the jurors The government has failed to prove its contention that the 18 cent rate was the lawful rate between Whiting and East St Louis and the defendant had wilfully accepted a lower rate and there is therefore nothing to do but for the jury to bring in a verdict of not guilty The prosecution which has ended in failure afterhpving once been tried by Judge K M Landis whoso decision was reversed by the court of appeals and the case remanded to the district court for a second trial had its beginning Aug 27 1906 when the indictments were returned against the company PRIEST IS MURDERZD Assailants Fatally Wound House keeper In Making Escape Newark N J March HThree men whose features appear to have been concealed by their heavy over coats and slouch hats walked into the study of Rev Erasmus Ansion pastor or the Polish Church of St Stanislaus and opened fire upon him Three bullets from their three revol vers struck the priest killing him in stantlyThe trio turned to escape and found their way barred by Mrs An tonio Sewrzytska the housekeeper Without an instants hesitation one ofI the visitors fired at her inflicting a wound which is likely to prove fatal Then all three rushed into the street and disappeared r Special to The News FRANKFORT Ky March 11In an by Judge Hobson the Court of Appeals today affirmed the Clark Circuit Court in the case of Mose B Feltner against Felix Felt ncr etc This suit was brought by hose Feltner to recover 1000 which lie alleges he gave Felix Feltner for safekeeping and which was depos ited in a Winchester bank This 1 = 000 was the amount alleged to have been given hose Feltner to go to Ohio and not appear as a witness for 1rs1 Abrelia Marcnm in her damage suit against Jas Hargis for the murder of her husband The money was put in Felix Felt nershanda cousin of hose who was to pay it to the latter when he lived up to his agreement Felix re fused to pay over Ihe money when hose did so and suit fallowed In refusing to order the money paid to Mose the court there was f Y tSti v V + At t J c t Irf 9J71 trY J1 1 a s ll t h 1 rh1 rtad MINORITY Is- ji APPREHENSIVE Democrats Fear Power of Shaker Cannon and Believe tie Will Ignore Leader i Washington Iai flII1H4t iilBiuri gents and Democra Were iHdulging in much speculation at the cap ih1AS- to what would be the policy of Speak er Cannon in selecting the commit tees of the next house in tho event he is successful in the present fight over the organization of the houM la the Sixtyfirst congress The Democrats are apprehensive that the speaker will assumes the right to fill the minority as well as the majority places on the commlt tees Several Democrats have ap pealed to the speaker directly for ap pointment on certain committees When John Sharp Williams was ml nority leader Speaker Cannon referred all such applications to The mi nority leader He has taken no such action this time Minority LeaderSClarks friends say he can interpret this course of action in but one way Another possibility that is worrying both the Democrats and the insurgents is that Speaker Cannon may classify the insurgents as minority members of the house and make up on that basis That would reduce the Democratic representation on the committees and might proveA embarrassing to the the future Minority Leader Clark had A con ference with Representatives Nelee e and Gardner of the insurgents AK iclaimed afterwards that the ficht fJthe rules Is not to be abandoned aid it was denied that the 1ocrafi and insurgents haVe entered JntbVan agreement as to voting fur any slier chic rule According to present j s the Democratic caucus is to bekoli next Monday before the house convenes and will adopt a resolution in favor of carrying out the pledge of theDeii ver platform to reduce the pDwer of the speaker It is understood that members will not be pledged to any specific amendment however The opposition of a large number of Democrats to the election of a committee to select tho house com mittees will probably defeat thatplan of the insurgents if an opportunity arises to consider that amendment on the floor The proposition tohave the on rules elected by tHe house and barring the speaker tfon rfromr Mr R W Rounsavaliwasr Lex ington Wednesday night COURT OF APPEALS AFFIRMS T 1 THE MOSS FELTNERt fillir Says Muse Cannot Compel Fellow Conspirator To f1Him 100 According To Unlawful Aggrement Between fheiii opinion I herevsays f I committees committee a criminal conspiracy td defeat the course of public justice by running a witness away from the court SIItbe eve of the triaL We have here an action by one of the conspirators against another in which he asks the aid of the court to compel KiB fellow conspirator to suirrexderto himV conspiracyTime such matterscFAIR DATES FIXED V DANVILLE Ky March UfAtaTmeeting of the Directors r Ce tral Kentucky Fair Association of this city August 4 5 t5ani 7 were decided uppn as the dates for tie Danville Fair this ycarTe Har rodsburg Fair will be heldth foilow ing week At a resetinc of tutee JDi rectors there yesterdiy aiteni Rodman Keenan wasfcf R Secretary to succeed Prof liiE sfmin rrw10 has ye ld thairpoett ormiuiyyeat J wt J t 1 J h i k f I p I IeJI fir k 0 ytt 2 r 4 i tciit i j jfY 4 c I c f I 1MiTW I THE WINCHESTER MEWS 1 e r 1iLIJiLWU liWS M1 k PuWiV 4 1W4fI ifIM rfIj l ttJW4 J CY- t t taY fttrsd as seepncUolaae mattixy J64br28 1908 at tte poft office M Winihster Kentucky under the AofrMtcch 3181 U t mT1pN RTES- Carrftr Delivery ky one year i5t2T 10I Pyb4e it offlce or toco11ecpr riky weak Mall Dtifver- yj 3 WJart wfMidnths 150 month XV 25ii Payable in alvanceV AlVEflJISUft RAtES t i j uisjtayrer Inch DM tie fcny1 edition 25I lire timea thin one week 50 Dm week oontinuous1y LOn flfcfoaletfdar ioit1 3 ooj four weeks fburiinnes a week 240 fbnr weeks three times a week 180 tOur weeks two times 8 week 120 Zor weeks a week 75 TiMevdjffl4quafe3 months 10 per wty 6 jmontliSj 25 per cent one FBM SS 13 per cent J diflgHotIcesPer Line uii ifOUcOs bddy type 71h- cPue1aain pewS headings 15u New PhMrNt 9Ii THURSDAY MARCH II 1909 THE TRUCEJN ITALY Premier QioKttig success in the Italian elections insuring the Min istry more than twothirds of the Chamber is the firs t fruit of an event of worldwide importance the recent Ifrucbwcen the Blacks and Whites btetween the party of the P pjanL tile party of the King The feud began in 1871 with the occupation of Rome by Victor Em manuel and the assumption by the Popelofstherole of a prisoner of the Vatican For thirtyeight years rionexpedit Kas been the rule of th- echurchthatit was no expedient for Catliolist9 take part innational elections The tendency of this ab stention was to deprive Italy of the votes and political services of some I of her best citizens The rule was never strictly enforced Ildid not apply to munici pal elections yet the vote cast at- theevas sometimes only 5 per cent greater than that cast for Deputies For some yarsabetter understand ing befweeh the two parties has been noteo and even in tIle last Chamber there were seven Clerical members The riile of abstention is not yet fully abolished put its suspension in sev entytwo districts shows where the sympathies ofthe Vatican lie Church and State are after a gen oration of misunderstanding united against the Socialists and tiCler icals Socialism in Italy has never gained life support of so many business menas the Social Democrats enjoy in G so lIin rf i tellectuals as inbermany France and Eil llqd11e Italian dynasty wliilvisa leader in political re 1 forms ata time when the Austrian Emperor and Prussian Kihg were shooting or diiving into exile their best citizejnsifas earned the affection Qf the peolle Inl utting aside absolute pOv er it gained in influence Tiljs VftiqnlUls been largely de termined to make political peace with the Jdngdomua Italy by its disastrous strugglpin France Ihe nation and thetiirch are bo1h strongerfoi their heifer 4rsthng IrTbNGIJEs QF9ANAMERICA Under no qrderg pfr Urn Minister of Education English is to be taught in Uthe public schools of Gaute mala frpm the primary to the univer sitygrades Bides being an in etingitemo language jiews this Is a niatter of Plnme can impor tanc Gauteisabju has always been g th readie totour southern JieigttbbrS ftv sekclOser friendship aPlttei trkde relations ti8 population of Gaji temala a- pprohetwo t nilhons1while its tern flfZ r Jilit il sV1p 1 7 i tory is but little rgerlian tfeat of New YoriM Ifr iever is thi signilcawce of its En gUshteftcltmg ordrtb be measured by these statistical details Sho lslWe respoifd to advances ironi tile south liy giving the Spanish Ibngue a better place in our school ihirri ull1msiomit trade point of View at least his would be good pol icy Spanish is one of the three languages English and Russian being the other two which are dominant in any great proportion of new lauds It was spoken by 40000000 people in 1901 and only 18000000 of these were an Spain It is the living grow I ing tongue of these nations of the other Americas with which som day unless destiny is a rogue we shall have interests peculiarly intimate German we teach in our schools to mmercial and literary purpose Jrencli we have as a language of cul Lure and still to some extent of diplomacy The PanAmerican call is to a tongue which in the year 2000 according to a daring estimate will be that of countries having an aggregate population of 30btiOO000 souls or 8 per cent of the earths total rStt Chicago Cattle Steers 5 007 35 cows 3 60 ga 50 heifers 256 00 bulls 40135 25 atookers and feeders 53 205 30 Calves3 509 00 Sheep and LambsSheep 3 OOG 40 lambs OO7 75 yearlings 5 C07 00 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 6 806 90 butchers J6 756 S5 light mixed 5S 55 gG 65 choice light G06 70 packing 6556 80 pigs 55 256 30 Wheat No 2 red 51 2031 23K CornNo3 6565c Oats No 3 5354 c East Buffalo Cattle Export cat lie 56 006 60 shipping steers 55 757j 515 butcher cattle 506 50 heifers 55 005 75 cows S3 505 00 bulls 52 50 g 5 25 Calves Best 0010 00 Sheep andLambs Mixed sheep 55 255 75 wethers 55 75G 00 ewes 55 255 50 lambs 56 50 iy7 85 yearlings 56 50i 00I Hogs Heavies 57 15 mediums 57 10 7 15 Yorkers 907 00 pigs 56 75 roughs 56 00 stags 54 505 00 Plttsburg Pa Cattle Choice 56 50t 6 75 prime 6 306 50 tidy butchers 56 505 90 heifers 53 50g5 60 cows bulls and stags 52 505 25 fresh cows 525 0050 OOCaJvesVcaJ 56 OQ9 50 Sheep and Lambs Prlrce wetiiers 55 85 6 00 good mixed a 505 80 lambs 6008 00 HogsPrime heayy hogs U 257 30 mediums 57 157 20 heavy Yorkers 57 007 10 Jlght Yorkers 56 6 85 pigs 56 006 25 Cleveland OCattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 OOQ6 25 fat stefcrs 55 756 00 Tieifers 54 255 25 cows 52 503 50 bulls 53 0084 25 milkers and springers 525 00055 00 Calves9 00 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 54 505 50 wethers 55 756 00 ewes 55 255 56 lambs 56 007 75 HogsMIxed 56 90 lieavles 56 90 mediums 56 90 Yorkers 56 856 90 pigs 56 50 roughs 56 30 stags 55 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 251 26 Corn No 2 686SC OatsNo 2 555Gc RyeNo2 S3c Lard9 9010 00 Bulk Meats937JBacon 510 00 Hogs 55 507 10 C tUe2 756 35 Sheep 52 255 50 Lambs 55 25S 00 Toledo Wheat 51 20Y corn GSc oats 56c rye S2c cloverseed 55 223k A Modern Instance whallyinversity of Pennsylvania who has so wisely communed with the great spirits of old that he Is able to train a tendollar monkey to serve him as a valet even to the blacking of the disciples boots They say no man Is a hero to his valet Wonder what this particular monkey thinks of his jnas ter1 Charity and Lover i Without dew and light flowers fade Charlty and love are the dew and light of the human heart Mine de GenUsl New Yorks Coal Consumption t New York city has consumed 14 400000 tons of coal In the last ii months Lava River Lava from the volcano of Savaii In the Samoan Islands which has been Jn constant eruption for over three iyearsy has formed a river eight mlles wide flowing Into the ocean t And the Others f The other peoplesbuslness man persisted In trying tt extract informa tion from a prosperous looking elderly man next to him in the Pullman smoker How many people work in ybur ofllcp he asked Oh said the telderly man getting up and throwing away his cigar I should say at a roligh guess about twoUhirda of them iI WJW4 t Mrs J Robt Adtrnscontinues ill Master Asa Reeves of Blooming ale is visiting his grandparents at this place- J Di Wills bought a cow recently for 48 isslowlyimprQYin Miss Lizzie Watts hag returned home aftera pleasant isi with Miss Anna Kindred of Ford Mr and Mrs Robert Gruse of Bloomingdale yisiteicltthe latter s par p tsvafr this place J3a hmlayaud Sun cfcy Jfcobt Aj3ams rented ihisfarm tafmng 70 acres to Jesse Warren fQr200 H JU t rfl t ftE2ROAD9J1LB14 J of Experimental Work ofthe Agri cultural Department ALWAYS READY TO INStRUCT GaverRnient Anxious to Help Any Community That Wishes to Improve Its Highways How to Obtain As sistine of the Department The office of public roads of the department of agriculture Is making its influence felt throughout the United States and in no place is it more con spicuous than in the vicinity pf Wash ington The District Columbia Maryland and Virginia each have something to show for the work that has been done in the way of road improve mont and while comparatively little comparisanlto bun an interesting object lesson to guide local authorities in the extension of the good work which has been be gun and in which instruction has been given by the agents of the government The work of road Improvement was begun by the government in compli ance with a law directing the secretary of agriculture to furnish expert advice in road building In their effort to comply with the law in an efficient manner the office of public roads has offered to local communities through out the United Strites the services of Its corps 6f highway engineers and experts who are prepared to advise witl persons in such communities as to the best methods of construction to be em ployed in any locality Any community desirous of con structing an object lesson road will find the office of public roads ready to act as instructor In the good work but the office has had to make plain to people in various sections that while it will assist In such work the communi ty itself must take it up in a substan tial manner The office undertakes to provide both highway engineers and experts who go over the ground and consider the questions of available ma terials for road construction as well as a plan for the road to be built They prepare plans with proper grades and all details indicated and also in many HIE FOUNDATION CoURSE OF A NEW ROAD IN VIRGINIA CONSISTING 01 TWO AND ONEHAM1 INCH BHOKEN STONE GRADE 4 PER CEN- Tinstances furnish machinery for the work The people of the community to be benefited are expected to furnish common labor and teams and to have competent men on hand who are to be taught methods of road construction under the conditions that prevail In that community After the piece of experimental road is built it is expect ed that the good work shall go on One of the recent works begun by the office of public roads is the con struction of a road from the station at Occoquan Va to the old town of Oc coquan a distance of two and a half miles The road was a good sample of up hill and down dale with mud almost any depth until the experts in road building got hold of and improved It In order to obtain the assistance of the department application must be made by the properly constituted local authorities who have legal control of the roads in their community The assistance given is Intended to be purely educational The ability of the depart ment to furnish machinery Is a great help to many communities as in that way the local authorities get a prac tical demonstration of just what they are expected to purchase for a continu ance of the work The department se cured funds for the purchase of ma chinery which it shifts from place to place as it is needed in Its experimental work The department has begun experimental roads in ninny parts of the country from the Atlantic to the Pa cific and from the Canadian line to the gulf Each section requires a some what different plan of improvement and each time experts make plans for a community they add to their fund of Information on the conditions affecting road building In various secjtions It Is expected that In the course of a few years the effect of this campaign tec good roads will be seen very plainly throughout the United States There are advocates of national aid for road building and it is not unlikely that a strong effort will be made in the next congress to have an appropriation for this purpose In many localities in which instruction in the building of good roads and education as to their desirability are most needed the peo pie are unable to secure enough money to do their part toward the construe tfon of the object lesson road It is Relieved that If such communities were given one piece of road as an object lesson it would not be long before they would provide means for continuing the work on other roads This Is one of the arguments that will be used in favor of national aid and there are a good many people who believe that congress will take up thjs work and put It through to a conclusion so that a great impetus toward road construction whllbe had all over the United stateS ro r- L I I p COWLING EXPERTS TO TOUR ro1i1yri Crak FjlvV ta Play In M Y ctie4 Bowlers from allectloiMS of the coumtry are deeD f interested In the proposed tripof the crack Brooklyn five man team whtyh Is composed of the best tenpin artists that could be secured id Greater Ncw York The men are to roll In eight different cities winding up at th6 American bowling congress tournament in Pittsburg March 15 The dates that have been arranged for the team are as follows March 0 Albany N Y March 7 Syracuse N Y March 8 Rochester N Y March 0 Buffalo March 10 To ronto Mar h 12 Cleveland 0 where the second half of the bowling match for 500 a SmlthFrnnzI rolled March 14 15 Pittsburg to roil in the American bowling congress tournament Every one of the bowlers on the team is a man of national repute in IMM4V 6MJT TWO STill aiEiTBEHS OF TIIE JUIOOKLTN TkAY tenpin circles Foremost is Jimmy Smith who has won the champIon- ship pf Greater New York three years in succession with an average well above tliQ 200 mark Smiths record as a bowler qf championship caliber is too well known to need much dealing with here He is considered the peer of eastern bowlers and has always shown up well In individual matches Only recently Smith took on four of Brooklyns expert bowlers and defeated them one after another rolling the highest possible score of 300 in his very first game The tour of the Alt American trio some years ago will never be forgot ten by followers of tenpins and the remarkable work of Johnny Voorheis on this occasion will stand for a time Voorheis has beet Smiths most formidable and popular rival in the east for several years and although he has been unable to take Smiths measure to any extent his work has been superb Recently Voorheis rolled tho perfect score of 300 He did the same remarkable stunt four years ago in an eastern league series Fred Egelhoff was the first man to win the championship of Greater New York when the titular competition was organized He was the holder of the worlds record for six games until a year ago That year he averaged 21000 for 175 games in the Greater New York Individual championship George Haller 5vhose nickname is the Old Reliable is another one who will make the trip Hailer has been showing greatly Improved form this season and has done excellent work In the National Interstate league He made an average of 10823 for 104 games on twelve different alleys two years ago As a match bowler Hailer is unusually gopd Otto Helitas the Brooklyn student has a big reputation In the east and is able to hold his own5 with the best of them WESTERN GOLF DATES Annual Contests For Amateur Title to Be Decided uly 2631 The western amateur golf champion ships will be derided at the Homewood Country club Chicago July 2G to 31 according to a decision reached recent ly by the directors of the Western Golf association In addition to the western championships the Homewood club may be awarded the final match for the Marshall Field trophy There Is some opposition to the latter award however and it may go elsewhere Chicago and Skokie are the only other neutral courses available but both of these clubs have big events the former the national amateur cham pionship and the latter the western open It is probable all three clubs will be asked if they are willing to handle the Marshall Itfeld event and as soon as their replies are received a decision will be made The Glen View club has applied for the week followlng the western ama teur chanipton3hipj t lfs tournament h tliG MOQRf IS HWHY iDefend Fair Weather Pridtctiorx r InaufUration Day Wuhlnif B March 11 Hyster ical abuse is tie stormy Engliaa which Willis L Moore chief of the United States weather bureau hurls at the newspaper critics who have found fault with the weather bureau for predicting fair weather for inauguration day when the day turned out to be one of the worst imaginable due to what the forecaster later termed a flareback Mr Moore de dares that the same forecast would be made today if similar conditions existed In upholding the work of the bureau Mr Moore says that in the past about one prediction out of ten failed to be verified and it may be expected that the same ratio will be maintained until meterology can be made what it is not nowan exact scienceDOw Receipts Show Slump Columbus 0 March 11Figures complied by Auditor of State Fulling ton show that largely as a result of the operation of the Rose county local option law the revenue derived bY the state from the 1000 Dow tax adfendingJanuary settlement shows a net de grease of 3708S5 28ascompnred with the settlement for the preceding January semiannual period JOHNSON SDESTEPS ON JEFFRIES FIGHT Refuses to Be Pinned Down to Details Vancouver B C March 11Van couver hotel proprietors drew the color line very strictly when Jack Johnson the black heavyweight cham plan attempted to secure accommo dations Coming up from the steam er the colored man with his white wife and friends went to the St FranI cis hotel Johnson was politely told that the hotel was filled to overflow ing The fighter took the turndown with good grace the first time but when it was repeated In five other hotels he was abusive He said very little but was much disgusted at the turn of affairs They finally obtained accommodations at the Dominion a downtown hotel Sporting men here are inclined to comment on Johnsoas lack of defi niteness in making possible arrangements for a fight with Jeffries He invariably replied Oh yes will take on anybody But when It tame to pinning down the black man to de tails that brought up in mind a vision of himself in the circle with the big boilermaker Johnson sidestepped across the Pacific to some more or less irrelevant story as to his treatment in Australia Time and again he refused to talk about Jeffries Howard Guilty of Murder New Bedford Mass March 11 Guilty of murder in the second degree was the verdict of the jury In the case of William G Howard of Seiverville Tenna private in the United States coast artillery wt Fort Rodman charged with the murder of his wife Ida Howard at Charlestown ICE SKATERS TO MEET Five of Countrys Best Professionals at Cleveland Tonight Cleveland 0 March 11Five of Americas best professional ice skat ers including the present anil past holders of the championship title with others will get together here to night tomorrow and Saturday in a great series of races Some of the best contests in the history of ice racing in America are expected Among the cracks who will compete are Baptie champion of America Wood the former champion Neilson Sinnirud and Belief uille It will be the first meeting of Baptie Wood and Neilson As the championship title may depend on the outcome of the ra es they are sure to be close and interesting EXPLAINS HIS FLOP Representative Votes For Hopkins After Hearing From Roosevelt Springfield IiI March 11 During the ballot for United States senator Representative Ton explained a shift in his vote back to Senator Hopkins He prefaced his remarks by declaring he had believed Senator Hopkins not in harmony with the Roosevelt ad ministration and that he had written to President Roosevelt for informa tion He had obtained permission from Mr Roosevelt to read the letter which he did It staled that Senator Hopkins had at all times stood for the policies represented by President RooseveltSPrize Committee Reports Pittsburg March 11 The prize committee cf the American bowling congress which is in session here made its report to the executive committee recommending a total of 562 prizes with a total amount of 21331 Telegrapher Stricken at Key Columbus O March 11 Charles J Ashley 52 telegraph operator in the general offices of the Peunsylva nia railway was stricken with apo plexy while sending f a message He died within five1 hburt V Tj I 11ELECTRlcrT t tIW J JIputting put yourself in lights by in yoiirlibme xvlicn you clean healthful lights at low cost to you That canputI Turigsteh11 inakcsnight as day therefore makes night a pleasure Wont you drop 111 and let us ex f plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and the saving mtheconsumption ofelectricityV EvEiymjNcjELEcTiucAj Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 73O Ropair wroK a specailty I Winchester Electric Supply Co w B HAMPTON Prcs ID S D GOFP VPrcs 10 N IAsst Clark County Natl Bank 5TAIjflp395 Il tBEINGon All Points CAPITAL SURPLUS 35OOOOOO J Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 1OOOOOV This bank business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been steady growth fro the start in the number ofour depositors and in the ofour business Woi enroll new names every week We want yours t are cordially to open an account with us sonal attenion to all business s M HLbGKlK Cashier t L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President Body f Powell lDawsonDEALERSINV t Sand Cement Building MfaferaaEs9llatts We Sell and FlayV4Agents GUANO FERTILIZERS At McCulljim t Old Stand 17 NorthMain Street IEast Tennessee 728 DWfLLING HOUSE INVENTORIES FREE WE WILL SEND A SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO iRAKeYRITTEN APPLI CATIONS FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR TO ASSIST IN MAKING THE INVENTORY IT IS A VALUABLE AKP BOOK AND ALL W INSURANCE N THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS SHOULD ONE IflHLTTO INSURANCE AGENCY h of Columbia The District of comprises air area of 69245 square miles The government consists of two civilian commissioners appointed by the resident and confirmed by the senate and one army engineer officer detailed by the of war the three consti tuting the board of commissioners tot three years Junk Built to Last Although 110 years old the Whangho Chinese junk has since April 190C twice crossed the Pacific ocean Tile ship Is but 121 feQt long arid ig the first vessel of this size to accomplish the fthLIts three masta arexmadV of VTV4 1i fly misery bad or inferior Herr Bloc Main I t f CURTIS Cashier ft O riTCM Cashier 1 J AND began t h volume Ypuii invited Perf V J J HAKU WILL HAVE District r It Aof is all right it is an ea yrmatter to put hew running gear on itIOr Just the other is terial to us We know how to do ear Tinge repairing in all its branches We also do fine carriage painting and rubber tiring T STROTHER SCOTT Coal9 Lime Corn Oats l for Piggs and srKy Phone f J USEFUL CARRY Columbia secretary Evidently a Fonnosan mahogany j B a carriage wnyIt FEED Winchester HITCH Bqqjf II27Home 1 i HA3AII 11II16AS AND- ASOLINE Enqines SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantei 1IWRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE r m cl f INCORTORATI0 WINCHHSTHF KLV PROFESSIONAL OARDf 11 J M STE1iSONci ttOrncy At Law j i eo s Main Wnchest KyVENDLETON aUK fc By Attorneys At im MfJ S Main St1 Winohtye 7 l r fcSdfS vst tfI irt v t THE WINCHESTER NEWT d i l p 1w he i Woodmen ff ii J are Here so are we and ve ar read y to take care of all your wants desires and needs Can we be of any use to you td day f rC H BOWEN jISOCIETYf VThe Circle of the First Christian cliurcli Avillhafeu candy and apron fsale at Mr J S Bush s store on Sat urayn y i jDuifrhters of the Confederacy will Xmee wilhMi4a Marv Cruteher on Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock J h V Jl C Club l TheM C Club had another pleas- Ant meeting yesterday afternoonl r with Mrs A R Baldwin at her fhome on South Maple street Mrs Garnett in her usual inter jesting manner gave a talk on Greek Life which was thoroughly enjoyed by all present Mrs Clyde Gaines made an ex cellent talk onuTbe Enchanted Isle of Sicily Mrs Tqm Allen delivered a most realistic talk on Americans in Rome The musical feature of the after noon was the rendering of Cho piiis Polonaise and Schumanns Eraumefei by Miss Cora Baldwin theifj During the afternoon delicious isdikes meringues and mints wereserved PER8QNAIS i JVIiss Rose L Baldwin is in Cin jnrinati on business Mi Albert Eubank left today for Chicago lIiSsfuasIi Shearer has return ed to heri home in Richmond after a dttlifjtliful Visit with Mrs J W Shearer Mr Harvey Rogers has beenquiter ill Miss Mattie McCullum is the guest of mends in Mt Sterling Mr Ji H Burgher is suffering with a painful bone felon caused by an injury to his little finger which he recently received at Mansfields Mill of which he is anemployeMr Stokely is ill at his home on Lexingtonavenue Mr J W Chambers was in Mt Sterling Wednesday on business Dr HugStubblefield was in Mt Sterling on business yesterday Mrs James Evans is ill t Mrs Abe Renick left Wednesday from a visit to Virginia Ferndell Pure Foods I Candies Jeweler and Optician Mr and Mrs John Worth an little daughter Miss Betsy Wort leave today for Denver Col after an extended visit with Mrs Ed Clark Mr William Fristoe and Mr Bsrfc Smith have returned to Mayfield after a vvist with friends here Miss Mary Crutcher has returned home from a delightful visit to friends in Nicholasville OPERA HOUSE The Jefferson Stock Company win give a matineeSaturday afternoon at 230 Admission 10 ocnts for chil Idrcnj 25 cents for adults The Jefferson Stock Company ap pears again at the opera house tQ night lull for the rest of the week Strongheart- Stroiifjjliyart a comedy drama by Wiliam C do Mills with its scenes laid at Columbia University come to the Winchester on Thursday Mardi 18 I The authoi has provided the unconventional role of a collegebred Indian A football game furnishes an exciting and dramatic episode in this comedydrama which is certain to yank as the most unusual of stage dfferingsSlronglieaYl acquired wide pop ularity last season at tile Hudson Theatre New York n Hlutihc Purl Theatre Boston and recently played a return engagement in New Yor- lttlicSavoyi Theatre to undiminished pppnlsTrity Perplexity Beautys Mar The forehead filled with lines is not always p sign of years Often it is nothing but evidence of bad facial habits Do you knit your eyebrows when you are thinking of perplexing matters or are down on your luck If you do you will have a foreheads alI1ed with lines and several deep furrows between the eyes Nourishment In Sugar It is said that there Is 25 per cent more nourishment in sugar than any other food that can be purchased for the same money except wheat flour and CornThe Tartars Manners honorednostthe guest by the ear and lead him to the table If We But Knew How Whatever happens to anybody it may be turned to beautiful results Walt Whitman PhenoDlinal f Primes 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 carry the best to be had Do not be misled by cheaper arid inferior gradesI Remember Our Prices ARE RIGHT RWRounsavall Go SOLE AGENTS Huylers IPricesBOTH PHONES No 40 IIa bf I j J 4 i r f 3 t fr t J XIGTON DAft CLUB MAY flF INCORPORATED Plan Said To Be Under Way to Form Stock Company With 6000 Capital LEXINGTON Kyr March 11 According to rumor from a reliable source yesterday the Lexington Base- Ball Club will b6 incorporated within a few days becoming a stock company composed of local business men with Mr Sheets retaining a half in terest in the club lnstIseems to be well founded and a num ber of business men who arc said to be intereslett in the project have de becomehMr Sheets aldiic owns the club He began an uphill fight last year with almost every fan in the city predict ing that he would lose out and that the team would not be a moneymaker Capitalized at 6000 Despite this they all displayed a willingness to attenxl all the games with the result that the Lexington team made more money than another team in the leatrue and proved toJbca splendid investment The 1mnlucluding the franchise park site uniforms and the contracts is now valued at about 6000 and it is said that this is the amount at which the new company will be Mr Sheets has been capitalizedI number of times of late downtown business men with a prop osition that the local team be put into the hands of a stock company and has always refused to entertain such propositions daysswas by several en thusiastic Lexington business men who offered to take part of the stock and Mr Sheets then began to con sider the offer Complete Plan at Once currcntIyesterday the new company will be capitalized at 6000 divided into shares at 100 each half ofwhich heldrSheets as his interest The company is to be incorporated and run as any business corporation with a President secretary arid other of leers The arrangements probably will be completed today MRS BRIGHTS WILL IS OFFERED FOR PROBATE Estate of 23000 Divided Between Two Daughters of the Testator f MT STERLING Ky March 11 Tire will of Mrs Pattie D Bright was probated in County Court The will bequeaths her property equally be tween her two daughters Mrs M 0 Cockrelland Miss Louella Bright and Henry A leftrto Mist Louella Blight is left in trust of the Executor fo be used for hen benefit Marion 0 Cockrell and Hen ry R Bright arc named as executors of tire estate which consisted of farm business house und residence The entire estate is valued at about 23 000 The will was written in 1000 and signed in the presence of II K French and Roy G Kern as wit nesses Returns From Long Voyage Boyd McIIchat of this city has returned on honorable discharge from the United States Navy and is visit ing his hither Mr J B McMichacl here He was on the battleships in their recent tour of the world and visited all the foreign countries told his story of the voyage is both interesting and entertaining Mr Mc Michael will probably re enlist at tine end of four months the government granting him that privilege Mr Me Michael has manly souvenirs of the voyage Rounds Out 26 Years Mr James H Wood today completed his 2Cth yoar as agent for the Adams Express Company in Mt Sterling a service in length of time unequalled in the State He has giv satisfaction to the people and has see nmany changes in the city For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST 2lStf SUFFERS STROKE OF- PARALYSIS TODAY Mr R W TannerFather of County Superintendent Tanner is How ever in Little Danger sufIs home Thursday morning A report from his home in the afternoon states that he is improving and no serious rm 1intcndcnt t f I fh 4y r JUDGE I DlCTEDi BY GRAND JURY Michael Donnelly Held on Five Counts THREE CRIMES CHARGED As President of the Defunct Ohio Ger man Insurance Company He Is Accused of Embezzlement Perjury and Obtaining Money Under False PretensesUnpaid Losses to the Amount of 300000 Said to Have Been Covered Up Toledo 0 March ItAs a result of the probing into the affairs of the defunct Ohio German Insurance com pany the Lucas county grand jury has returned five indictments against Judge Michael Donnelly president of the company Two of the indictments charge perjury two embezzlement aud one embezzlement and obtaining money by false pretenses Donnelly is judge of the circuit court in the Third judicial district of Ohio I The company was barred from do ing business in Otiio last December after an investigation State Super intendent of Insurance Lemert Judge Donnelly is charged with falsifying the resources of the com pany to the tate insurance depart ment The embezzlement indictments specify that Donnelly applied funds of the company to paying interest on personal debts The amount involved is large tis charged that the reports submitted to the state covered up 300000 in unpaid losses TARIFF PREDICTIONS Washington Correspondents Hand Out Tips on New Schedules Washington March 11It was au thoritatively learned that the new tariff b11l which will be submitted to the house at the special session by the ways and means committee will contain the following recommenda tionsLead and copper no change sugar no change iron ore placed on free list rails and billets substantially reduced pig iron 2per cent reduc tion textiles graduated tariff on high grade cotton and silk goods an increased tax on medium grade no change on low grade a reduced tariff Two Hurt Iff Tornado Gumming Ga March 11 A torna do passed over here blowing down trees in a path half a mile wide A daughter of W N Pool was painfully injured when his house was partly de molished and a son of W W Ginnis was badly injured PARLIAMENT REOPENS Old Feud Between Germans and Czechs Breaks Out Anew Vienna March 11 Abe lower house of the Austrian parliament which closed In disorder Feb 5 after a scene of extraordinary turbulence arising from the old antagonism between the Germans and Czechs re opened with every promise of a con tinuance of the disorders The galleries were crowded wltn partisans and Immediately the minis tors appeared hostile shouts thun dered from the Czech and Radical benches Premier Von Bienerth amid tumult declared the nineteenth session opened Venezuela Names New Minister Caracas March 11 Venezuela is preparing for the resumption of diplo matic relations with the United States Pedro Ezequiel Rojas who is regarded as the most able diplomat In Venezuela will be appointed min ister at Washington Lincoln Bodyguard Dies Washington March 1LT F Pen del who was one of President Lin colns bodyguard during his term of office and has since been an employe of the White House died at his home in this citytSouthern River on Rampage Columbus Ga March HTheChattafcoochee river h reIs at high water mark and rising alt the rate of ten Inches an hour Mlls are shut down and the power plants are inter rupted i THE MEAT OF IT Within twelve hours after the pass age of the armory hill b 9the Ohio legislature Marietta offered the site for an armory to Adjutant General Weybrecht Mrs Millard Pittman Albapy Ky and two children burned to death in a fire that destroyed their home At Edinburgh Scotland John Alexander Stirling was granted a divorce from his wife who was formerly an American chorus girl Henry Senger living near Wapa koneta 0 killed an American eagle measuring seven feet from tip to tip James Sanford 20 was convicted at Dayton 0 of the murder of George Luckens in a street fight X LG Morse an American has been released from a tcxlcan prison where he was heldon chargQ of murdering an Indian r r a r f C ii jy ri I DENIES INSINUATIONS tYi t Dickinson Says He Has Sold Railroad Holdings Chicago March 11 Secretary of War Jacob M Dickinson left here this morning for Washington He an nounced that he had finally wound up his business with the Illinois Cen tral railroad and was ready to take up his new duties I have always been a Democrat he said and I al ways expect to be I have never voted for a Republican in my life end Ire gard my appointment to the cabinet as a tribute to thesouth rather than to myself personally Neither can it truthfully be said that I am going to Washington to represent the Illinois Central railroad or railroads in general I wish 1o say at this time that I have disposed of my holdings of stock In the Illinois Central and have resigned my position as attorney for the same road The charges that r am taking the cabinet place in order that i titan pre serve the interests of the Illinois Cen tral either on the lake front of Chi cago or elsewhere are so ridiculous that I do not care to talk of them Three Murder Suspects Arrested Washington March 11 Three young men who said they were from Philadelphia were arrested on sus picion of knowing something about the death of Walter F Schultz the Chicago artist whose body was found near the Union station at Alexan dria Va- OBOE GOVERNOR TO VETO SALARY LAW Democrats Gall Attention to Al leged Sleeper Columbus 0 March 11 Governor Harmon refused to commit himself with reference to his attitude on the Gillette bill increasing the salary of county recorders Democratic sena tors and others who have taken a stand against all legislation aimed to increase salaries or terms of county officials urged the governor to veto the recorders bill As an incentite in addition to the public sentiment against the measure which they said existed they urged the governor to take into consideration an alleged sleeper in the bill which it is assert ed guarantees to the recorders their salaries regardless of whether enough fees in the office are collected to pay themSenator Beatty declared he would introduce a bill next session to re duce the salaries of all county offi cials whom he said were receiving greater incomes than they had made in private life Members ofsae legislature will re convene tomorrow morning and It Is said to be possible that the senate will then resume legislative business There is nothing to prevent this al though the understanding was that Tuesday was to be the last working day of the session McLaughlin Brothers Win Santiago Cuba March 11The Baracoa court of first instance has handed down a decision in the Moa iron case between the firm of Mc Laughlin Brothers and the Juraga Iron company in favor of the former The suit was brought to secure title to and ownership of 11 iron mines in the Baracoa district covering 2600 acres APPEALS FOR HELP Mayor of Brinkley Ark Gives Result of Mondays Tornado Brinkley Ark March 11Mayor T H Jackson has issued an appeal for aid In an official statement he reviews the destruction wrought by the tornado Monday night places the number ofdead at 35 and says over 200 persons were Injured In his appeal Mayor Jackson says there is not a house in the city that has not been damaged the entire business portion is lost and only three buildings are left standing He suggests furniture bedding blankets tarpaulins shingles and oth er roofing materials as the articles most needed by the tornadosufferers Governor Guarantees Protection Des Moines la March 11Johr Tunken murderer of Clara Rosen must be arraigned during the day time at Ottumwa The law must take its course and all the militia neces sary will be furnished to prevent vio lence said Governor Carroll The governor so notified Sheriff Jackson over the telephone ROBBER IDENTIFIED Patient In Hospital Recognizes Man Who Held Him Up Toledo 0 March llVwle lying ona cot at a hospital David Brown Identified another patient Charles Roberts as the man who held up and robbed him Roberts was shot while attempting to rob a residence and Is under arrest at the hospital A watch found on him when searched at the hospital has been identified by Brown as one stolen from him in the holdup Attoll Floors Pierce Philadelphia March 11Abe Attell knocked out Young Pi of this city in the sixth rCtcOlored wasscueduled as a 15 before the Olympic Athletic association atEssikgton J iJr i r tL 14 iCVP 1 0 fv iVs tiKti i3ijLsr d f v 1i t t caoTs i iHVT TtW t ertLI- uuIIUIIuluIINllII A NEW SERIAL Her Infinite Variety ByIt j J BRAND WHITLOCK Mayor of Toledo Ohio politics6YAccording to a prominent eastern literary critic Mr Whitlock is one of the writers who is helping to establish distinctive American style of fiction The Opening Installment of This Interesting StoryViil Appear in This Paper Next Week Watch for It NEW BOTTLING PLANT AT CAMPTON SPRINGyr Water At Junction To Be Used in Making Coca Cola Pop and Other Drinks The work on the new bottling plant it Ciun ton Jurietiqn on t1 eLf xihj on and Eastern Railway right of way vill commence in tine liaar future and yill 10111 operation by the first of Slay This plant Twill be different j from nask of the bpttlinj works of he country as tlic Vater will be used it the making of coca cola pop and other soft drinks This spring is nofetl for its prop j erties and has ilevcrbeeu known to itu dry and tncunen who are at pres cut backing the new project have a aiditpuny II jThe capital of the npv company is less than OOoO but will be ample for the putting of the establisljmeiif on a runenjbasis- Mr i B J of Lx 1 t dtndjtmJiuiKjfioii the water Itnra Feaslyentlet- to t maiiket vei4 JUeifl xiugton ialfd Eastern r t 1 jk4 4 iiIIiI r GARAGEf Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodaterae with s nice Waiting TZoom for Ladies ChasHagan Wiifcjifjstiiy Ky Cor Broadway and Highland I t EEi f I 6LBERTBOTTO JOR j Fresh 6 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country rro4uei 10TM FIONES GflXA KlUU MOCX J Thorned Perfection Perfection Is a thing EO bothersomeJr thalPOJten regret having cnre myself of using tgbaecoEmile Zola t Vn Being a Dory l j Its a fine Wind tabe a boyjBpys fari fussed al a good deal but It is x nevertheles3a fine thing foji a hy A boy getsniore aut life than a- 4girlDeaver Times i t 5 7 t r 7T r rFt t I rItI I x 7 I t Iplii 7 i j r i H I r iPrDIRECTORY i 11 Kentucky t 1 r ioording to thejast census Kn fu Qt2147174Wl j oqQfwhich is waterwTheistrpapis within the State as acxule lidn the SoitestnI d flow iu1aNdrthwe sterlx fact retaldedthe con stwiction of railroads and the devel oEjKtiit of our resources for mnjiy y 5 IJfic early rUilroadsvwere bujlt from t rEi5tanaWent over the more level territories Nptfh of the Ohio Biipic ajicC SPrttti o tko Gumhgrland Mountains Iii those days there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in creased ItwOnld seem that land providence has held in reserve out almost inexhaustible util itiuntg a tim glien41iey are most p Qqedby theeouniry supply fttimber is hUUtCdf utr there is npugh to last ot many years to ome We have a cbBlX4reaofi over fifteen thuiandsquaromi1cs OUter min er awaitdv ani- Nfctprai gas and ollj in paying quan es are developed in many locnUesY1tX t iv There are nqmoFcpadople in Kentucky thijheitatcsin proportion to population Good people regardless ofpolitics or religion are always1 welcome Clark County Land acres 158176 yatoe of real andpersonnL prop rty including franchiiaesj 127Q04 B7Q Trate for all county purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars The foothiUs of the mountains are ton the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky Riyer on the South forms the county line fOr a distanc- eS twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has ex tensive Jernillls Three railroads go entirely across tie county Chesapeake Ohio Louisville Nashville and Lexington E tern Blue Grass is a natural product Uncultivated land will sefc itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and clovor can be raised with profit Corn wheat rye mid oats are the grain crops Tobacco is raisedv in large quantities All fruits that are adapted to the i clunate can be raIsed with profit s Thoiens so19QO gave the popu latibri at 16G94i Circuit Court mrst Monday in April second Monday September first Monday in- December 3 M Benton Judge B A Crutcher Attorney- County Court fourth Monday in each month- Quarterly Court- Third Tuesday in each month- c61nty5tJ1TIce1 ISJEoKjard Hampton Sheriff lice Evans Deputy John Bedford Deputy J A Boone County Clerk Sam Powell Deputy Clerk W T Fot Circuit Clerk Roger Qifisenberryy Assessor A Tanner School Superinteudr W K SpharTrensurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick f Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district JE Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth dtJJ4GoodpasterSe- venth Ofr R a Wills WIresterICounty seat area a circle one and tiaoJl census 1900 Q fJThec ty has overlaped the corporate limits and- o hasu populationfofmear ten thou sand It is Idcatodoti the dividing ridgft befcweeii theijKejitncky and Lick inNSWQrkS7S elea street cars lights Unlimited f naturaiV gas Splendid Graded SeMbels andJiumejcdus churches The Kentucky Wesley an College is located at Wan hesicv The fira do- partmenj1V iie tile bet in the Stat C t The assessed valuation of all prop I cr yJ4r ipJtiaiiiscsJ j6f2499 The tax rttoonth hundrc dollars is jtixly centsJor nity and fifty cents I fOli sohooL- sTktvCi OL K and L E railroads ceritir at Winchester the ograpliienl Ibqatibn and supping facilities mke thiuqlty a desi able lo CUo hfrg iaotpr i Nejv ooncrps- ara 1Att + yorscxmption from a tixatimi Darcial Club will take jiieasuifn i1 vifli information Ilc k J1 J lighes Xuypr s a J oi 1LB4dkftorn f t P EellIftQDJ rRilili D iU ti Mlctorw I 1 7 ifr t r1 k cr t i t4I r jI iiaS5SS5 tini IvBrinegarrCorpner J N li Withfrfi5Kon Treuuru H Fe11eS IpPXi I DeputiesCarrl l Azbi2 Albert Tanner John rcI Board jf Council 15rst w rd Shirley Haddenj W P Ucktb COW1rR Martin T L Todd JJhlrd ward Doc Pigg J Q Boone Fourth wardJJ Jones Fifth wardU D4MqGuUumJ S1- Llino1lii IcRo r4 ef Education G W Strother President f cEr osSOOietary H W Scrivener Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cornett W A Adams J K Allan James Hisle Zena Bruce N K Foster Fire Department kRJlcw f Jo W Hardine Secretary VALUABLE hItPPTAL1NFOMATION tIiitb iL51JJX 4r S McKinley of Orient OMp resident of the Ohio StateLeague of Postmasters has prepared and is sUgd the following information with regard to tie postal service and how ihe people may help When you address your letters or cards with a lead pencils e that the address is plainly written Most let ters lost are improperly addressed you had better use a pen and ink When you address a lettersee that you spell the name of the town cor rectly Many postoffices have similar mimes Dont write Gin for Cincin nati or CoL for Columbus When address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and post mark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur your address Do not put writing in newspapers r packages if you do the matter be comes firstclass mail and you must pay letter postagetwo cents an ounce or you are liable to a fine of 10Written or typawrittenletters plac ed in unsealed envelopes are subject to the samU rate of postage as vhen- sealedtwo cents an ounce Post cards in transparent enve lopes will go at the rate of one cent- if unsealed provided there is nothing- more tha jithe address of the one to receive it and and the name of the sender Stamp must be placed on envelope and not on card when en closed in transparent envelope Post cards containing writing and inclosed in transparent envelope nether sealed or unsealed must bear a tw6ccnt stamp and the stamp must be placed on the envelope in tend of the card Send money by postoffice money order for if it is sent in this manner if lost iu the mails the Post Office De partmcntlwill issue you another order papers or merchan disc by firstclass registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 25IPatrons of postoffice can get better service by renting a box If you have a box the postmasters work is light ened and your mail is not handled or looked over like it is in the general Depnrtfuentyou so do not hesitate to help in re ttirnWhen you mail a letter or package see that it is substantially done up The rapid handling of the mails some times destroys a poor envelope or covering of a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and e on the package and if not Delivered it will be returned to you postIngcWhen you move to another pjast office notify the postmaster from yoUr former postoffico to forward your mail and notify the publishers pf your papers that yQU have chang ed your postofficeS Letters from the pension agency pan btf delivered only to the person to whom addressed or to somemem ber of his or her family especially authorized to receive the mail 5if you have friends visiting you have their mail sent in your care Use an ordinary size envelope and have on4 it your return cards if it le not delivered it will be returned to you tina notgo to the Dead Lettei Office as thousands of letters do- If you receive a letter bv mistake ana it is not yours don open itj but return it pfpmptiy and if y6u do open write on envelope topened by n t keland sigh your name 7hougt1ffiaIChl1dThiY ters in England as most people khow A li- teiZwho gradmoUierhad jE- dl d wrotsjth ng l r ch fi duly pptk4sDMr A npels r W- ehwet 741 ganima l a aly h8Ij AAr toPl u r w n 8datfqaIi Jjlow atumiet- TRt1L 5UBSCRIIE FOR THE NEWS r i It WI COOWflY4CUUft1DAYl Below is a list of tha days Gountyj t Gkurtsare held each montH ia Wun tstrThutary Winchester Anders n Iiawreiiceburg 3rd Mon laa r Bath Owingsyillej 2nd Monday Bourbon arisflstMonday 5pyij Danville 3rd Monday Rrefcthitt Jackson 4th Monday GLAEJ WINcHESTER 4thMonr dkyiEdtillf miner 3rd Monday Fayettp Lexington 2nd Monday Flemjnjr Fl xni g burg 4th Mon j aukhnKPjankfprt 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2ndon day Harrison Cynth1na4th Monday Jessamine NfcholasviHei 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Monday Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owepton 4th Monday Piendleton Falmputh 1st Monday IBQwell Stanton 1st Monday Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodfbrd Versailles 4th Monday KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 C1wk County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days I Blue Grass Lexington August 9th G days Rockcastlo county August 18 3 days Bourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Louisville September 13th daysSLincoln coUnty July 21 3 days Spencer county August 10 4 days Mercer county August 12 3 days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky August Ify 3 days Shelby county August 24 4 daysi Laurel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 daysS If secretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dates wo will carry them free of charge A SIi 11f3I The Appreciation of MusIctIf we would appreciate music aright We must remember that Its beauty de pends not upon the composer alone but jupon ourselves also Deep calls upon deep and the harmony of sound though appealing primarily to the outward ear must be answered by a harmony from within ourselves The more culture we bring to the hearing- of music the wider our sympathy the mbre exquisite will be the echoes which It awakens In the soul If we would understand the composers ni tage we must cooperate with him Ve must reach out to him with all our faculties If we do that the revelation of music will ceaselessly renew Its beauty ever turning unimagined aspects to gadden us Redfern Mason In AtlanticS Making a Fine Character The sweetest bread that any man or wOman ever ate Is that which is won by their own energy or deserved by their usefulness Whether labor be that of the hand or the head there is dignity In It Do not stand around with arms aklb bo until occasion tells you what to do dont live In hope with your arms folded Fortune smiles on those who toll up their sleeves put their shoul ders to the wheel and push To begin at the very foot of tho bill and work slowly up to the top maybe a very discouraging process but Itis precisely at this spot where so many begin to spoil their livesEx changeS Meaning of Cravat Cravator ratther the French cravate means simply Croatian HUme the historian for Instance speaks of certain troops as Cr vates and1 Tartars Hussards and COssacs But the French borrowed the Word for the new neckwear introduced among them In imitation of the linen scarfs wpm by the Croatian mercenaries whonitiiey saw during thje Thirty Jears war In English cravat has ranged in meaning from a tie to a comforter and has varied also In prounclatlon bdth Pope and Dryden accentlrig the word upon the first syllable English Money Coined In Canada English gold sovereigns were coined on the North American continent for the first time in 1908 when a limited number of these pieces were struck a tlfe newlyopened Canadian mjnt at Ottawa Eermlssion to strike these coins it is said Was given by the Bxitish authorities as a special privil egp tib mark the beginning of opera tfohs rand extended onry up to De cember 31 1908 after which the mint W S9 confine itself to makinfe silver and bronze coins 0Curc for MontafrDepression 1ient8Ld80r siplI may come trOll pbA1 t AA o rwp qr frgnh- I too mucH Idleness Go among cheerful friend takethe air a wholeabme diet and keep awgn from introapebtlbni Railroad Bridies of Mkrblei Several necraiiroa briasSs in MtcOr dPwkitemariilr of tHe beat grade dverUsi1n TSht i W V t f t A SECR OtAiZ J i f E Photograph copyright by Cllnedlrat WoshlnKtou C Philander C Knox of Pennsylvania secretary of state In the cabinet of President Taft Before accepting his present post Secretary Knox was senator from his state QUITS AD HUSBAND WIFE LEAVES HUSBAND PICKED FROM 1000 PROPOSERS Mrs Struvnez Finds Snags In Honeymoon TrailMore Joys In Single ness Than Brides Philos ophy Kenned Chippewa Falls WisJust one month ago Mrs Frances Livingstone Struvnez who was Miss Frances Liv ingstone leaned back in content and told a newspaper man It paid to ad vertiseSMrs Struvnez after 1000 proposals by letter in answer to her advertisement for a husband had changed her name that day Now she has recanted that sentiment and says marriage was a failure In her case A honeymoon trial of only 30 days sufficed to convince Mrs Struvnez there were more joys in single bless edness than had been dreamed of in her philosophy So she has left her want ad helpmate and gone back to her home near the village of Boyd From the great mass of proposers Miss Livingstone cnose Louis Struv nez of Dorchester Win a widower with two children After the ceremony the bride went to live with her hus band and his children The couple issued a statement to a local paper requesting that no more bo printed about them saying they were satisfied with their lot and wanted to live in peace Perfect bliss apparently followed the union and it was a shock to their neighbors when the bride packed up her suit case nnd announced she was on the point of departure Mrs Struvnez will not state the ex act cause for her latest step nor whether she will apply for a divorce Mrs Struvnez when she was Miss Livingstone had faith in the theory that everybody of her sex has somebody of another sex waiting around for him or her some place She fiddled around her home town until one day she made up her mind she wanted to get married Now of course there were unmarried men In and about Boyd and perhaps they were marriageable and manageable and even agreeable But they did not suit Miss Livingstone and still confi dent that somewhere the voice of love was calling for her she resolved to meet the calf at least half way Thats the rekson she advertised And thats the reason she was jubilant after the marriage ceremony was performed over having as she thought proved conclusively her idea that It was easy enough to find the right mate if you go at it in the right wayWhen she placed her advertisement In the local paper she didnt expect to get more than a dozen replies The press of two hemispheres took up the story and soon answers began pouring in When the number reached 1000 she began the work of classification and elimination By this method she became convinced Struvnez was the nearest to Jielng her ideal She sent for him he arrived the next day they went for the license and so they were mar ned Reaches Goal After 25 Years Canal Dover bWhen Harvel Barnhill took the office of probate judge of Tuscarawae county he ob tained an honor he has sought a long ttnia Twentjvfive years ago he was a candidate for the office and was t candidate either for the nomination orttite office sit every siicceediag eltc tion except where the inc mblb was a man belonging tp his PAtty th LDgin ocratic and wMnpfor reelection jl i F S5 BACHELOR HAS SNAKE IN HAT Believes It Drives Away Pain That Comes with Neuralgia St Louis James Barker a bach elor 72 years old living at Wlndom in St Louis county has a snake in his hat Others have had snakes in their hate and also in their boots but Bark er is a temperate although not a healthy man He keeps this snake in his hat he aays because it is a sure cure for the most virulent form ol he visited the courthouse at Clayton to get on the pauper list While waiting to have the blank filled out he took off Ills hat Reposing in the top of his headpiece was a snake County Clerk Rhul was frightened when he saw it Knowing his own so briety he wanted to test it on the negro Janitor and had him Investigate Then they asked the bachelor for an explanation He said he suffered untold agony from neuralgia which caused his face to swell to large proportions A friend told him to put a snake in his hat Now the snake is writhing inside his hat and he is bothered no more Barker says he would rather have the snake writhe on his head than writhe with pain himself In any event the snake slides down the incline of his bald pate inside the hat and now he has no more neural gia than has the court house tower SAD PLIGHT OF 24 VOTERS Little Strip of Cleveland Suburb Is Left Out in Annexation Cleveland OIf a community of in telligent ambitious American citizens is amputated unwillingly from the body politic of a village which Is In a hurry to become part of a big bad city what Is to become oftAbout a hundred ot the inhabitants of Cuyahoga county are wondering what is the answer So far the answer seemed to be nothing That is it said communityis to become nothing so far as being a municipal unit is concernedThe who live in the strip of territory bounded by Penn street the Nickel Plate railway and the Lake Shore tracks in Collinwood will be in just that plight when the rest of the village finally becomes a part of Cleveland Not only will they be in this sad plight but It is a question whethej they will ever get out of it It takes at least 30 qualified voters to make a township In the strip there are only 24 Some say It must be 23 That means no mayor no village council Jail constable nor anything else Worst of all no right to fire protec tion or power to build pavements lay sewers or issue bonds therefor There are not more than 20 houses In the area and not a school or church Finds New Plants for U S WashingtonN B Hanson who fox eight months has been traveling through Russia Siberia Central Asia Turkestan and northern Africa Inquest of new varieties of alfalfa and countryhasof seeds and plants He found two new varieties of alfalfa In a section of anditherenew plants in northwestern states Bachelors and Widowers Tax Sante Fe N MA pill has been In troduced in the New Mexico leg- Islature providing for the elsa siffcatlon of bachelors and Idbwers and the levying of tax against them Bachelors between the as of 25 ami 45to pay 10 annuaLtax and wldbwera Mil be roquirelto pay 2i annual tax The revenue from the source is ta provide support for unmarried women r 1 1 L y J t f N Clark County Constructi nC i INCORPORATED Think of tI1 mud and hill climbing tax paid each year cut tkFa aap- eerIN On the Basis of Equipment and the p4 plication of Economical Business S=Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and condition of roads public or pft SS vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sal t 0 We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and fSand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quaniiydeslred The putting in of all classes of Concrete a pecialty and satisfaction guaranteed S tPUZZLES THE LATEST CRAZ NOW ON DISPAY AJi + rt PHILLIPS DRUG sTORE I You Can Take f P SCOBEE SON OCX INCORPORATED A OPERA HOUSE One weeK Commencing 8Monday March Continuing all week T5he Jefferson Stock Company IN- REPERTOIRE with High Class Vaudeville- BETWEEN ACTS PRICES t 150 250 390Ir Seats on sale at Usual Place Remember the Date CoAkWriht Transr and Ice Cu Crating HinWug and Haying Fur IilureJPJannJ Etc1a Specialty u MIrra IIIIa Stfte ItCJI Pilla H TRY SKEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT tI Ir Ji 7 T s4SS5S N mars ls Much j r i your pick irom a large assortment of- moulding Ours is kilndried moulding ceiling balusters any where where you need good kimdrie wood that you tan A depend on come to us We have it Our prices help our sales R Last Aiouneitl SKAIINOGthSEA8U i at th- eAuditoHn1 r ON 4 Thursday Nigh MARCH list the last BroomBall Game of this season Jrt Richmond i tst Jrv Winchester i 1stTEAM Saturday afternoon Children e Skating 5r t ri 1fSaturday Night Skatipg i1 t4March isth and every night week will be skating The kati fat the Auditorium will close Saturday mghtMarth2oth for tfl seaSon Everybody come ndhtv a good tiniewhileitJasts 1 pSHOE ECONOMY Wear for holutoo and old Let us fit the eW minow and have your measure lik en Tar the fwtiwa1s- 1SAMPLE SJHOInQi 4N Ma1it 1t THWkMn3z Yc- 1 i Ix5E 4 f v r 4 i t3 N J r J t J 1 Y i THE WINCHESTER HEWS ft PtL 1ICk Th J1Of I7TI I 1 JW R H l111UJHl f Tt J i I IW One the small hats In violet velvet with full drown and band of jet cabochons atone side a 1 VIOLETS TO BE MODISH t Parisian M II1cry Already Indicates 3 thfeTrend of Fashion TfrajinllUnery now in process of ere atlonqithe rijddels In Paris Indicate thaflliere will be a large field of choice In shapes sizes heights and materials and thati there will be less excuse than ever for matron or maid rich or pdor to go unbecomingly halted the coming spring In flowers no less than in hats will numberless varieties he used by smart milliners The lovely violet in all Its shades will once more be placed to the fore arid In such various forms canJtiibqipresVjntedtliat it is safe to predict that it will assume Its old time place as a favorite with well dressed women From the fat double violet in satin or velvet to the single tremulous pur pIe flower nodding on its threadlike 4stalk as it grows wild in the fields the product of the handiwork of the Prencff1 flowermaker all sorts will be seefu pVomestic product equals the fine French Violets sP natural are the latter that one almost leans to in hale their fragrance Always are these done In the single flowers Of course some of the velvet gar don violets also come from France but the thicker clumsier flowers are alst made here Lilacs in white and their own lav enderJhuesapdin yellow as well will bemused with roses and violets Wistaria Is again to be much used and fine Tvistarialn natural tones Is one the most artistic possible trimmings for large flat hats Fine wistaria blooms are expensive the cheapsBould neverunder any cir s usedcuRlstaheesbe lare made In all colors Roses as usual will be used galore and pansies too in wonderful new toneswiirbe seen The Shirred Sleeve In this day of mousquetaire sleeves- it is a problem how to make them so that they will look shirred and- yee be quite secure Furthermore when Theyare made of wash net or other washable fabrics it is almost Impossible to launder them If they- aremadein the usual way One clever woman has found that the inside seam of the sleeve may be made like a French seam through which a tapey be run The tape should be a little longer than the sleeve is when pulled out to its full length The seam for the second drawstring may be taken up on the outer side of the sleeve and through this alto it tape may be run When the dress is worn the string may e 1drawn up to the armhole until the sleeve is the correct lengtn and then the cord may be tied up inside When It rs jtimo to lrxuiderthem the strings may lie untied thejsleeyes puJied out to their full length and the work thus made easy bi 1i Button Trimming iSuubnsViyvere attractively conspicu otis on ttj gray Ottp fan silk gown noted in the foyer JFoidied of one brefadtfi iotwhito silk seemed the skirt drawn about the sin figure to buttons at one side ul the back under large flat buttons coyeredywlth violet velvet A wide sash of violet silk circled the wniat at the normal line knotting at the opposite side of the back falling in long heavily fringed ends tb3 fringe siipwed nine or ten Jnches of netted heading Over the shoulders shaping a square back and front of the bodice over a tulle chemisette were bands ofsilk dotted with buttons and pointed with tassels From a Paris Letter to Vogue erAvey indoor acreeir idea is the irfSooC ss snBtjCer The glass Is mounted and hihseiKtq the inside of the window frame Kcciverfng about threequarters oft p lo ver sashas a more perma lars shortdcurtain Through the daytime the delicate c coiafSTire visible Iff the interior and when the room is lighted after dusk there is a beautif ulv iridescence from an outsfdo viewpoint To Renovate Kid Gloves Mix toother equal quantities of white of orecretnv Put the gloves on the hands knCHapplyjfthe com 9u d to the subbed jtrtNwItH a bit of flannel Kid joes my b treated In the same fiIfj t t tfh ji J i t 7 j J A picturesque hat in taupe felt with black satin strings nnd large faded pink rose with a cluster of leaves THE DIRECTOIRE A GODSEND Allows for Effective Display on Comp ratlvely Small Outlay To the superficial observed the di rectolre gown seems costly but girls who seek ways to dress themselves pronouncea satin princess slip of apricot or salmon pink or a delicate shade of blue and yellow and see what you can do said a clever girl recently Put over tine lining a blue tulle or chiffon and the shimmering effect is likened to moonlight Add pearls of crystals to the corsage and the result is a Doucet gown at a broadway price Black lace white lace and cream lace all look well over the satin With a few accessories the effect is varied for every occasion No girl can get on without six evening gowns Four may be made with one well fitted lining and with thought bestowed on the outer por tions Two others may be combined with empire dinner or reception gowns With yokes these answer for the afternoon as well as for the dance or the play With every gown the up todate girl has her hair ornaments and her gloves and slippers These trifles now count more for the well got up woman than the mere gown does To be harmonious down to the last thread is our ambition- IDEAIN BLOUSE Df4tN May Bed Made In VarioWays to Juit Individual Tastes This blouse may be made of the same material as dress silk the same color as skirt or fancy blouse mate- riaL The yoke an d tightfittingunder sleeves are of tucked net and Inser tion deep tucks are carried over the shoulders and the sleeves are also deeply tucked they are finished at el bows with lace frills Velvet outlines the yoke and silkcovered buttons trim frontMaterials required 2 yards 40 Inches wide 1 yard tucked net 18 Inches wide S buttons and 4yard velvet on cross Trimmings Many of the new trimmings con sist of narrow bands of thin white material embroidered in white flow ers mingled with a few Dresden tints This being new It ist quite expensive There is a Chinese embroidery for White waist trimming that is peculiar ly pretty yet not a delicate pattern The flower design is padded while the leaves are filled In with machine stitches of coarse floss almost as heavy as the finest soutache The pat terns are picturesque and the ma terials are suitable for combining with linens and white madras These em broideries are all white and would be pretty as a trimming upon a one piece linen suit They have the ap pearance of durability The colored laces are less popular than other kinds but still new pat terns are introduced in connection with colored allovers and they will be used as finishing touches to the jdress that borrows tint anti spangle for expect Rinse Lace ia Milk When washing lace never rinse it In blue water with the idea of Improving its color Reap lace should be finally rinsed in skim milk which will give it a soft creamy color Checked Velveteens One of the charming new winter materials used In imported suits is velveteen withshiail cheokherlittlelndian dei- gnss on diukgrounds I f i Z 5i r i TgERIC BY SOUNDI HowrBlfhcJfoIded PilotGijfdedTtig b WAS Submarine Bell Signals NOT DECEIVED ONCE Vessel Taken Over Three Miles to Ambrose Channel Lightship In New York BayNew Apparatus Will Help Shps In Fog A man blindfolded piloted the tug Eugene F Moran from a point over three miles out In the open sea to the Ambrose channel lightship in New YorlGJ bay the other day picking u the vessel by the sound of the sub marine signal bell and following the course by the guiding sound of the bell ringing some thirty feet below the surface The Eugene F Moran left pier 2 JSfortii river New York soon after 10 oclock In tho morning with shipping men and experts on board The tug bpafc James H Moran went along haying on board a signal bell apparatus for the trials The tug went down the lower bay to the Ambrose lightship and ran along sidetorequest that the submarine bell on board be keptringing- In a short time the man who had the telephone headpiece connected with the microphone receivers at the bow of the tug reported There goes the bell now The Moran continued to a point about three miles beyond the Hook and after Assistant Engineer Fay had been blindfolded the Moran was put out other course to confuse him while the receivers were put at his cars There was a short interval and then Fay said to Captain Reilly of the tug The bell Is off the starboard side The course was changed and then Fay reported the sound as coming from the port sides Again the wheel swung around and again Fay report ed on the direction of the bell A little to he ordered find then as the ttYfung over he said Now I hear bell from port and starboard The lightship lies dead ahead Keep that course captain So the blindfolded man kept her to the course Occasionally he would order a trifle more to port or to star board as the sound Indicated that the bow was swinging a point off the line to the lightship As the tug approached the lightship the test was made complete The tug swung from one point of the compass to another The blindfolded man was never fooled He called the bells as accurately as a hotel clerk calls the in dicatorNow weve got him said Captain Reilly as he pointed the Moran on one course j Now where Is the lightship de mandcd the scoffers Almost ahead said Fay listening intently lead ahead he corrected a moment later and dead ahead it wasThose who crowded into the pilothouse or who had obtained places at the windows watched the guiding of the boat with Interest looking out to see how true the vessel was going on her way to the light vessel So Fay brought the tug to the Ambrose light The company officials explained the working of the submarine signal and everyone on board had a chance to listen to the bell As another test the James H Moran was sent ahead about a mile and she fastened up on the far side of the schooner Goodwin Stod dard anchored off Staten Island Herr bell was put over the side and started There was no difficulty In locating the tug by the sound of the bell About 100 lightships are now equip ped with the submarine bell and of these fortynine are along our coast The lightship bell is hung by davits over the side It is attached to a case and is operated by compressed air fed through twin rubber hose The strokes on the bell are automatically con trolled so that each lightship sends out under water her code number Every lightship has its code number for Nantucket 45 for Boston bay 2 for Hen and Chickens In Buzzards bay 39 for Bretons Reef GS for the Diamond shoal lightship The receiving apparatus is installed In the fore peak and ns far below the water line as possible The receiving mechanism consists of two small tanks fastened to the skin of tho vessel In each tank two microphones are placed Immersed In liquid These microphones receive the sound waves coming through the water and striking against the vessels side From these tanks wires run to the battery box which supplies the power qnd from there to the indicator box The receiving telephones are similar to the telephone ear pieces now In use The Indicator box shaped like a clock is fastened to the wall of the pilothouse By means of a switch either tile port or starboard microphone can be connected with the receiving telephones A dial shows which side is connected It was explained that the bell works best at about thirty feet below the surface The sound of the bell has been heard eighteen and a half miles Worlds Fair For Canada Canada probably will hold the first worlds fair In its history the summer bf lOlS G A Glints a capitalist and financial broker of Winnipeg Man said at the Hotel Baltimore In Kansas City the other morning It will be In Winnipeg and will be en tine scale of the Po itland Ore exposition and wilt Commemorate the one hundredth annii v of the settlementrof the Red rivervalfey s i4C t i F r JAR IUUfl jjiftC ft i I AflFiFA O1E WAS TIRED OF LIFE SO BU RIyED i HIMSELF BUT DIDNT WANT TO SUFFOCATE Tokyo JapanAr thof Kobe who sought tocommitsuicide by bury ing himself alive rid paid an accom plices 25 cents to fpadthe earth upon his coffin h i SnG degree of notoriety even inn Japing where new things are happening every day He failed of his prigijiaJl purpose however r A policeman was strolling along the bank of the lIiI wa river outside of Kobe one day lastmonth when he happened to spya Joint of bcu boo pipe sticking a few inches above a mound of fresh Dearth Being a Jim anese and also a policeman his curiv The Policeman Dumped the Corpse Out osity was especially keen He looked down the bamboo pipe but could see he began to dig around the pipe Ho had a considerable wrench put on his nerves when a voice cameo t of the end of the pipe right at his earHonorably condescend to go away a peacefullynut He dug some more and finally unearthed a pine box the length of a mans body arid about three feet vIde The bamboo pipe led through an opening Into the box The policeman pried off the cover of the box securely nailed down and dumped the selfappointed corpse out t Xamada Katsutnro the man who would thus have diedtold the prefect of police that he had wanted to die In a seemly fashion because he was out of work The lack Of food had suggested to him the practicability of starving himself to dddthJbut In order to be sure that he should accomplish this purpose he had determined to bury himself In a securely nailed cot fin and await the ravages of hunger He didnt want to suffocate first hence the bamboo pipe t The before the policeman dis c vetedhlm Yamada said he pro cured the box and the services of a coolie Then he dug the hole out oh Egetamannd aft giving the coolie his obi and 50 s nhls last bit of money he was nailed up in his coffin lowered into the grave and covered under six feet of soil Yamada promised never to try bury ing himself alive again and the police let him go NEW SECT SHUNS CLOTHING Live In Woods Near Berlin Cold Has No Terrors for Them London A curious corollary to the recent debates In 149 German reich stag on the beauty of the Academies of Physical Beauty may be seen In the curious pamphlet throe jpr four copies of which have arrivedrln England describing a new German sect The cardinal lawof the new sect is complete abstinence from clothing of any kind This is observed for sanitary and moral purposes The fol lowers of the new faith l ave estab- lIshed themselves In a colony In a fprest clearing about twenty Miles from Berlin and in the Inpm diate vicinity of this lonely spot a stranger may casuallyrcomeacross men women and children not wearipgra stitch of clothing The pollcg are not Inclined to interfere as long as the colonists keep within their limited area The education of tho children Is said5 to be uncommonly good There are the usual a eitabflshnierits of masters and mistresses with domestic serv ants A high state of morality is claimed and it is declared the rigors of the Prussian winters have not the slightest effec on the peoplevholikve- grown hardy by exposure wind and weather and lead an outdoor exist ence A branch of the colony has been tablished in a secludedj nook at one- of the Swiss lakes Oil Jags Drive Him insane Palnesville OA victim of linseed oil drinking indulged in to some ex tent by numerous men denied their drink through the operation of the Rose county option law in Lake county Theodore Redlar of Kirtland was runt to the Newburg stjktehoapltal for the insane He was jailed here after a battle with deputy sheriffs and tore off his Clothes Awhile in his cell He drove his tipp175it the woman and rchild eti p = Lr jC7 t V i I r Time LIFor 1C Mare r PrintingI rI i lj4 f I t up f ou dk to all tb us ryJ D T F s r L xa frioof 100 i t il tr rt l kAri3 f J 1 rI7 l t L4 i V 4 iT high the bus n oavIcinty were finding out thaLwt are the Only Modern Printers with Down to Date r J Oulffl in the Cily4ot Winchester Itisjimel they wire awaking to this lii 0 t act Ifthey wotsldrea t rafdcatch the eye or he public they must comeJ9 M ifjjiit for the printingdto cIa it We of oferthtezatJ t vantages si 1IThe Finest Machinery New and Down to the I I Minute Type the Largest Stock and the- MostSkffledWorkmenMoney can obtain i GOULD YOU ASK FjRMOREllfPJ We are vain enough to believe that have a tine of samples that will ec11PseanythingoLits kind in this section of Kentucky nothing gives us mote pleasure than to exhibit our produetion to the users of printers ink We would like f to callr f f if and show your that wepfiti delivet the goods f r c e WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY rINCORPORATED Printers of Anything ht v S Mann St NeW Phone C- 5IL I i It TiJ xlu3T anne Il Citizens National Bank f Paid Capital J1QOOOQ Surplus 42000 r WEsJGLICIXYVR BUSi4 Will giv ccurteous treatments and tlet 1jfIy fand carefully busings entrusted f Simpson7 Pros Philli Ver 1 J rPT I t t is time that i1is ri1 of tills Ib YlL l j f we j ASS I AH JFnp 011 Cialtter J W Po nteri Cashkr 7 T t J l t f t if L 1 t rra CA1LL ltmi U NEISONTbeIT Jean by d or uigiitjidf yak want jtrb gglig f train fefed OFRICE H meUPhfiIf 4 heilV 33f P 1i tlTN C HIlcKllfIETIPrtPI RY M mot Pf U iM 1 ID C ANnfGijp 5i JJYEINGA SAG 1L- N W TCorJ IWain mVF Tafrfny WS DoipOt TA IJltiSHOPr C Cl Ar11 110We Io f reach HeSitJadfes r rrs 5ft6 fivevs a TrSfHtlW tle1he rut 411- coiled f daiIl rtRK j zPWCwtt1e sP1liIei4 tlid r r No Chance ttA1 1 ILtjt rlll 1iMaIr lilrt IA i 7r3f rK k J tot brt AJ I io f IS i i w 1 r t c 1i Ij tI1 v rarVlVlv 4W Paie Sbt t THE WINCHESTERiNEWSi EDITOR SCORED BY WASHINGTON- Says Carmack Had Scorpion Poison In Pen WlSPS STINfi IN WORDS onJPlea of Justification and SelfDe fense State Will Make Strong Play4on Theory That Robin Cooper Was Wounded by Bullet From Fathers Revolver and That Vic tims Shots Went Wild Nashville TeQD larch ItTwo things stand but bxthedevelopments in the CooperSharp trial for the mur der of Former Ohfted States Senator E W Carmack One1 is the theory of Jlthe of Robin Cooper They other ds the defenses defense T HIll GJITlistat announced through Attor 17DCYJt would con tend thatq010peJD13t1 Cooper fired the W his son and that Senatorrzc if he fired at all fired wildly r General Garner first declared that it would be a physical impossibility for Carmack to have shot Robin as the Coopers swear he did Next he declared that the reasonable solution of the problem was that Colonel Cooper opened fire on Carmack as Mrs Eastman believes he did and thai a bullet from his pistol struck the telephone pole was deflected and entered Robins shoulder He con tended that this theory is corrobora ted by the course of the bullet which penetrated the flesh only an inch and a half and failed to strike a bone A 38 liber bullet fired point blank at a range of three or four feet Garner contended would have gone deeper in flesh than an inch and a half General Garner made a brilliant and logical argument and it was with difficulty that a demonstration was prevented The court officials how ever were aided in this by the sud den fainting of Mrs Carmack The audiences attention was instantly di verted to the widow of the murdered man and quiet was maintained It became evident from the argu ment of General Washington of the defense who followed General Gar ner that the defense proposes to rely very strongly upon a plea of justifica ii tion as well as upon the plea of self tJItR idefensek Washington devoted the entire two hours of his argument to a denunciation of Carmack Utha man with the poison ofa scorpion in his pen the sting of the wasp in his words and the venom of the rattle snake under his tongue He Interpreted Carmacks words and his edi torials and he said they were meant just as Colonel Cooper had interpreted them and declared that the colonel bad no recourse in the world FOUR GIRLS HURT IN FACTORY BLAZE I Two Leap From Windows and Two Are Burnsd New York March ILFIre on theI fourth floor of a manufacturing build lug at Broadway and Broome streets caused a panic among 100 or more girls employed there Two young Wflmen terrorstricken jumped before Bremen could reach them One of these was caught in a net and escaped with a fractured leg The other fell into an awning which held ICor h moment and then gave way dropping her into the arms of a policeman tShe suffered severe internal injuries The only pthers hurt were two young women Hhtf were burned about the head ahd shoulders The fire loss did noUexced 7000 I ENTERTAIN THE ENEMY Aj DryiWorkers at Chicago Will Hear Roasted Tonight Chicago March 11 Chicago Pro hibitionists made a unique move in Inviting to their annual banquet to be held tonight one of their opponents The unusual guest of honor s Clar ence S Darrow the famous lawyer and author whose part in the pro gram will be a speech against prohi bition The subsequent proceedings will partake partially of the nature of a joint debate Reply to Mr Darrow will be made by Qliyer W Stewart former chairman of the national committee of the Prohibition party W PF Ferguson editor of the National Prohibitionist and others k Gun Totere Indicted I Fairmont W Va March ILFifty two indictments afainat pistol carry lag were returned 1y the grand jury of the circuit court the result of a cIuS d- erldbfprQl1 cutor Morris break S in the mining region and thus enthe numerous murders that have bebn disgracing the section for months f it t L At1h I rof JIt t YALE PReFFBSOR ATTHECOlLEGE Prof Wm Gilbert Anderson Will Speak Friday Morning at Chapel I Pro V I Moore has arranged for a lecture to be delivered by Dr Gilbert Anderson of Yale University in the college chapel on tomorrow morn ing at9 45 a m Dr Anderson is now in Lexington where he is ell gaged in making a series of lectures at the colleges of that city He is discussing particularly the subject of physical culture and his lecture at the college will treat exhaustively the subject of athletics This sub ject he is well qualified to handle having been for a number of years in charge of the department of physi cal culture at Yale and having been prominently identified with the work at Chautauqua N Y and other places There is no charge for the above lecture and all the friends of the college are cordially invited to be present and hear this Tare treat ARANGEMENTS1S FOR POOLING 1909 Crop Will Probably Be Con sidered By the Executive Committee The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society convened here in regular session Thursday The object of the meeting at this time it is said is for the purpose pi com pleting some routine work necessary to be done preparatory to the meet ing of the District Board which will be held next week Among other important matters that will probably comO up for discussion at the meeting of the Dis trict Board will be the matter of making preliminary arrangements for conducting the campaign for the pooling of the 1909 crop RICHMOND BALL TEAM WILL BE FIRST CLASS Number of Good Players on Nine Had Been Selected By Manager Kellogg RICHMOND Ky March 11The heavy showers which have been fall ing hers for the past few days almost constantly has caused much delay in the progress of the erection of the grandstand on the new ball park here but manager Kellogg has lost no time in getting a line on all good ball players available Gathering from the records which accompanied the contracts that have been returned with the names attached there is no doubt in the minds of the fans here that Richmond will put forward a winning ball team in the Blue Grass League this coming season In the number of contracts sent out by man ager Kellogg there are only three that have not as yet been returned Those who have signed and return ed their contracts are Harvey Par rish this county G E Williams Barboursville E W Brunei London and John Miller Anderson Ferry Ohio catchers Ade Thoss Coving ton first baseman Al Grohe Cincinnati and John Kelly Louisville second baseman A Stengel Louisville and B F Nolle Huntington West Va short stop John Wuebling Cincinnati and W G Vest Junction City third baseman Lyle Johnson Covington and Roy Lustuttur Carr ton out fielders W P Millard this city B D Burke Tullahoma Tenn and Leo Mills Bellbrook Ohio AI Grohe of Cincinnti who has been signed to manage the team will arrive here about April 1st and get his men together for the selection of a team MR SAM H CLAY IS MADE SECRETARY Former Representative of Gazette Now in Employ of Lexington Commercial Club Mr Sam H Clay who is well known in Winchester and who represented the Kentucky Eveneiug Gazette here for several months has just been ap pointed the new secretary of the Lexington Commercial Club He will as sume his nejp duties about March 15 5S Limit Never Reached Fiske ThJ most essential feature of a nnafl is his improvableness f f 1 31i tl J iI2 2Jioa fE1 s h i JOHN D SHARPE TRIED WITH THE COOPERS FOR COMPLICITY IN CARMACK TRAGEDY John D Sharpe the exsheriff who was accused with the Coopers of complicity in the killing of former Senator Carmack did not make a good Impression as a witness in his own defense On the stand he got badly tangled and contradicted some of the other witnesses for the defense His story and that of Carey Folk brother of the former governor of Missouri differed very materially as to conversations that took place a few minutes before Carmack was shot I JOHN W COMPTON GETS APPOINTMENT As Substitute ClerkCarrier As Result of Civil Service Examinations In the civil service Examinations for clerkcarrier for the Winchester postal service thirteen took the examination Five failed to get a rat ing Eight passed in the following order of efficiency John W Campton Richard B Woodford Thomas M Berry Sum A Ramsey Benjamin H Tuttle John W Bush Ernest 0 Birch Carrie B Laine Mr Campton showing ythe highest average gets the appointment He will be substitute for both carriers and clerks until a vacancy ocqurs or another member of the force is add ed then his position will be permanent Mr Campton is at present em ployed by Barnes and Davis grocers and is a worthy young man HOTELS DRAW COLOR LINE ON JOHNSON Negro Champion and His White Wife Are Refused Accommodations By Vancouver Hosteleries VANCOUVER B C March 11 Vancouver hotels drew the color line on Jack Johnson when he attepmtcd to secure accommodation Coming up from the steamer the negro man with his white wife and friends went to the St Francis Hotel Johnson was politely told that the hotel was filled to capcaity The clerk was very sorry adding Really Johnson it could not be helped we have no room and there is nothing more to be said Johnson said very little but was much disgusted at the turn of affairs Late in the evening they obtained ac commodations at the Dominion a downtown hotel The negro spent part of the night at the IU I11eof George Pnlisa boxing instructor This morning he could not be found Sporting men here tire inclined to comment oil Johnsons lack of defin iteness in making airangcments for a fight with Jim Jeffries He invariably replies Oh yes I take on anybody But when it came to pinning down the black man to details that brought up in the mind the vosi6iiof himself in a circle with the big boilermaker John son sidestepped across the Pacific to some more or less irrevelant story as to his treatment in Australia Time and again he refused to talk about Jeffries tRYA NEWS WANT I r ADVERTISEMENT L at J 1 J INDOOR TRUCK MEET AT THE AUDITORIUM Under Auspices of K W C Athletic Association Friday Night March 19 Arrangements hvegnst been comI pleted for holding the annual indoor track meet under ithe auspices of the K YoC Athletic Association The meet will be held on the night of Fri day March lJtlluml the first race will be at 7 30 p m The events will include a 50yard dash 50yard huirdle race halfmile run broad jump high jump high dive pull up or chinning contest and a 50yard dash for the younger boys Silver medal will be awarded to the winners of the individual events and a gold medal will be given to the athlete who wins the highest number of points The race for the younger boys will open to all boys 15 years of age and under The other events will be open to anyone whether he isa student in the college or not time only requirement being that he file his entrance blank stating the events which he expects to enter with Prof Moore on or before Thursday March 18th A small entrance fee will be charged The meet last spring stirred up an unusual amount of interest and the events will probably take place be fore a packed house next week LECTURES AT COURT HOUSE Prof Alfred Fairhurst to Speak Fri day Night On Economic Value of Science The series of lectures to be given at the court house under the tins pices of the City Schools will begin Friday night at 8 oclock with an ad dress by Prof Alfred Fairhurst of Transylvania University of Lexington on the subject of Economic Value of Science Anyone can on applica tion to Prof Shipp or any of the teachers secure a ticket for all of the lectures free of charge Rather Severe Denunciation There is a story of Carlyle in his old age haying taken the following farewell in his broadest Scotch of a young friend who had had him in charge for walks and who while almost always adapting himself to Car lyles mood bad on a single occasion ventured to disagree with him I would have you to know young man that you have the capacity of being Vie greatest bore in Christssdom t r i A Bag of Cement bought here will be found entirely free cheapeninggo father and last better than theHfill ed kind If you have baa experience you know it pays to buy the best build youllbeany other kind Vulcan Plows Old Hickory Wagons JpR Martin Coal and Supply Co PREPARE WARM WfLCOMEI East Africans Recognize Roosevelt as True Sportsman Mombassa British East Africa March 11 Mombassa is preparing ale ready to welcome Theodore Roosevelt when he lands here the latter part of next month on his muchheraMed African trip and the coming of the for mer president of the United States has given a decided impetus to the interest in the present hunting sea son The governor of the protectorate Lieutenant Colonel Sir James Hayes Sadler is getting up a program of welcome and entertainment for the distinguished visitor but in spite of these arrangements the greeting toI Mr Roosevelt will be more to great sportsman whose fame is well known to local hunters than to the former president Macks Home Burns Buffalo N Y March 11Time home of Norman E Mack chairman of the Democratic committee was de stroyed by fire Mr Mack and his family are in Atlantic City STEAMERS IN COLLISION Meet In Dense Fog and One Sinks No Lives Lost Chatham Mass March 11l3han keted by a dense fog and proceeding at half speed the steamers Horatio Hall from Portland to New York and H F Dimock from New York to Bos ton met in the middle of the narrow channel known as Pollock Rip Slue with a crash that sent the Hall to bottom within half an hour theI ciused the Dimock to run ashore sixIhours later on Cape Cod beach the passengers and crew of the Hall were landed unharmed Jury Finds Lumsden Guilty New York March lIJohn C Lumsden of North Carolina on trial for the murder of Harry Suydam a curb broker in the latters office last December was convicted of man slaughter in the first degree River Captain Is Dead Gallipolis 0 March 11 J Captain Samuel Clarke Coulter known in the coalcarrying trade from Pittsburg toINew Orleans is dead at Freedom He was a veteran of the civil war Cinnamon and ParKer House rolls fresh every day at the Winchester Bakery 3llOt DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mr Joseph L Jackson The funeral of Mr Joseph L Jackson who died Tuesday night was conducted at the grave in the Winchester cemetery at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon by Elder J W Harding Tho folowing are the pall bearers Matt Bean Waller Bean F II Jack son F N Burten S A Lipscomb G M Goosey Rochester N Y has a man whq holds the medal B Graham a streetcar motorman living at 57 Fulton avenue Rochester told this experi ence which all should read and talIheed thereof Ium a street carl motorman and have suffered with rheumatism six yens During that time I have tried remedies of all kinds but got no relief until I found illicit maliue Today after taking Rheuma line two weeks I feel so much imIproved that I am satisfied that very short time I shall be free from GIRL CHARGED WITH FORGERY Denies That She Attempted to Cash Check and Alleges Mistaken Identity- FRANKFORT Ky March 11 On a warrant bar Kith of Hugh Cohorn of this county was arrested yesterday and placed in jail but was released last night on bailsecured by her friends Her brother John Cohorn was also ar rested yesterday oil achargeof for gery and he remained in jail dur ing the night The Warrants were sworn out by Joint C Noel president of the Farmers Bank It is alleged that Miss Cohorn attempted to get a check for 35 drawn on the Citi r cuscd of signing his fathers name The young woman denies that slid f r i 4 1 9 tf Capitaliooooo Undivided Profits 160000I THE Bank or WINCHESTER KY N H W1THERSPOON PRESIDENT R SPHAR IW CASHIQR SOLICITS YWJR- CCOUNTSI I Z3he Winchetser Thursday March I8 The MigHtiest Theat rical Achievement of Modern Times ROBERT GAILLARD 1N The Great College Play Magi cally Transferring to Your Self that Exciting Life on the Football Fiel- dPRICES 50c to 15O Seats on sale Monday at 9a m at CookNunnalleyDrug Store q STREET CAR MOTORMAN TIED OP THE SYSTEM vcr1Scere prctIty Winchaster Strongheart ferer any information that I can as to what Rheunmline is doing for me And you are no exception Get busy and go down to see Phillips Drug Company at once and procure illicit jhialinc as they aie sole agency here Rheumaline cures rheumatism lum bago sciatica neuralgia gout and kidney liver bladder stoma haud blood troubles caused by uric acid Rheumaline Capsules stop pain and Rhoumaline Tablets relieve constipation The three form the Rheuma line Treatment Get Rheumaline It removes the causa I zeus Bunk of Stamping cashed at the Farmers Bank yesterday after rtOO IThc chock was signed Adam Cohorn Adam Cohorn is the grand father oil the young woman and it is herIhad anything to 10 whatever with the signing or attemoting to get aI check cashed during yesterday or at youngIcheck cashed it was some other per son by her mime and not she Slie is a right metty young girl with blonde hair and fair complexion net ibrqther js quite a citifiedlooking young man who claims to havq re fromlrploedm I i it t1 i WT i CLASSIFIED t COLUMN Classified Per Ward Onehalf cent per word per inerI lion 5 cents per calender raoath t Nothing counted less thaIi2 I words No item charged onv books for JirThereitem at double the onQrUme rate For 250 lines or mort used with one year 4 cerits t lmeS i Do you want to buy Do you want to sellSDo you want to rent lIKE tr JJTHE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE CR RENT Tvo desir able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner of Burns and Bockner TJ P AZBILL I 211 lIor t iFOR SALE Cheap graphophqne and about 30 recordalso tar Morning Glory horn AddrcssiW R B this office 19t tf 4rf i V WANTEDSejng at homeorin HADDEN Y 21 Taylor avenue 215linb WA1TEDp0 buy clean rags Ap ply at Time News office 217tf WIRE FENCEI still build all lands of wire fence Ii in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 2lGtf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers iorsalriat this office 2i6rff FOR SALE 150 feet of yard fnce HighlandFOR SALE Two choice pure bred barred Plymouth Rock roosters IT 0 THOMAS tojjgg g 13oady and Jackson I 1 FOR SALEA good work horse Ap ply at News office or call 655 Home phone 225tf WANTED TO RENTo11 shares 100 acres land 6 acres for tobacco and 30 acres for corn Address Y C BOWEN Stanton Ky 342t See demonstration of Safety Belt Buckle at Currys by Mrs Kate Moore Extfu 33Ut tch655 45t ii45mJ riSFOR RENTRooms lIi RIE M WELLS No 60 N4tbpiim 32 0 t FOR RENT Cottage No Itt gck man street five rooms and bath Write T L PHILLIPS 112 Dallai street San Antonio Texas or ply to JOHN C BEAN 3GifC i FOR SALE Three gas heating f stoves for sale cheap Apply No 10 Hickman street 3Glfl Jh JJioFORHome phone 655 392ti FOR SALEio good GoOpomul homegrown heifers AdditssiD- R ALLEN Winchester KyjJSjg No2 Home phone 80S 31OGt FOR RENT Cottage and Hafe Apply to T 0 WILLS lIigliIazid- street 3afllt WANTEDTo take orders f6r I 1ting cakes beaten biscuit rolls tin JfalerCOLEMAN BROWNING 218 College street Home phone 654 f 3U1inoi WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLSf The oldest anti best institution iti rthe county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourtlie best made Kerr perfection and WhitePearl flour has no equal Wasted Efforts Some people in addition to croMiftg bridges before they are rwkcbwl go to the trouble and expanse ot building bridges where there is sever likely tot watefany t I r I 4 i- rr z8tH r