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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d t 4 a- yL i L Last Edition THE WINCHESTER NEWS VOL WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY MARCH 13 1909 i CENTRA corf ii cianrs irai I PRESIDENT H1K1TAYLOR OF KENTUCKY WESLEYAN 4 COLLEGE HAS RESIGNED AS HEAD OF INSTITUTION Resignation OfWell Known Educator Has Been Accepted By The Board Of Edocation Universal Regret IAt Action Is Expressed By The Citizens Oi Winchester And Clark Countyother h Professors Are Said To Be Preparing To leave College Jr Editor of tltws As you and others in the Community have asked me AvhetliQr Jj have thebPresidency of Kentucky Wesleyan College I take this means of answer ingnIl jmqiuries by saying that I hire done so and that my resigna tine Jia S hgen accepted as I have bcGal i lUifya member thoughnot oHicimiy notified I think it is also due those who are interested to say that this resignation is duo entirely foihc fact that I could not accept a salary less by 100 than the one 1 shall receive this year Very truly H K TAYLOR President Taylor has resigned The resignation has been accepted by the Board of Education of Ken lucky Wesleyan College There was universal rcgVct ex presser by the citizens of Winches ter and Clark county when this news spread Saturday morning And not a citizen but hoped that some way would be found to bring the Board of Education and President Taylor to gether again Here Three Years President Taylor has been at the head of Kentucky Wesleyan for about three years During that time he leas made for himself an enviable plane in this community lIe has come to be regarded as one of the leading men of the city And helms e Kentuckycsleyan is felt by all that a grave mistake will be made by the Board of Education and an irreparable injury Aonethdicollego unless some means ti bemind to et Pr Sldelit Jay JQr tuwit itdraw the resign a Hon Came From Louisville V President Taylor came here about JtlFfee years ago from Louisville where Jje was the principal of the Louis ville Training School He made tnsiderable pecuniary sacrifice to lake up his present work He has Jwfrked here at a financial loss to nmself ever since he came IThe professor refused absolutely fo be interviewed and stated to the reporter for The News that all he had to say at present was con fined to his signed statement which appears at tbe head of this column Income Doubled During his incumbency the college income from the students has more than doubled Three years ago it was 2200 a year now it is over 0000 The number of students in Clar- kHallthe dormitory has more than tripledfrom 15 to 18 to over 60 Every room is now taken some are lQd1ling outside and applicants are placesf 1rI 1 t t 1 i- 1I t f d WJ v r129 A It Discipline Has Improved The entire tone of the college has changed The discipline is far su perior to what it has over been be fore The spirit among the student body is loyal to the institute and extremeI has in salary of Pros ident Taylor to 100 less than this year although the income this year will exceed last years by over 700 During this administration aries of many members of thesalj ty have been increased from 300 a year and no single one has bqon reducedBroom Factory Under President Taylor a broom tIingmade this year that it can be run at a profit and supply work to needy young men About 500 has been put in the Athletic Field which has added at least 1000 to the value of the campus Course of Study Two additional processors have been added to the faculty and two new departments establishedEn- glish and History and Elocution and Oratory Formerly one man taught all branches of the department of science chemistry geology astronomy biology physics moral and mental philosophy and English Now Prof Hedges in English mind History gives a course comparing favorably with any college in Ken tucky und large classes in elocution land public ProfbPujgctys qoursefThere is now on the roll between 180 and 190 shu1 nfsrrhe curricu hun of the college hits been raised and represents now at least two more years advanced work until the col lege is now on a par with any other More Resignations There is a rumor in the city that there or four other resignations from members of the faculty are in the air but inquiry at n9 college could not verify this fact Board ofj Education It was impossible for The News to get in communication with Mr Dear ing chairman of the Board of Education as he was not in Lexington Saturday and Rev Mr Mann a mem ber of the Board showed much dis inclination to an interview He said that he was not prepared to speak for the Board that there had been some difterencies of opinion between President Tailor and the Board of Education but that these had all been threshed out and simmered down to the single question of salary The Board felt that 2400 a year was a good salary and that they could not t IYJY- JU r t To Advertise Enough Is iNot Always ossieuT Progress in That JDirection May Be Made Enough advertising would give yourb sine s an immediate Jumpgiveit an impulse forward I twhlchlnothmg could check you COULD advertise enough J your prosperityproblem would be quickly i solved J What you CAN DO NOW is to reach out in the direction of adequacy in your advertisingUsacri fice other things inyourdesire to keep pace with ifthe best and the biggest advertisers in your line you make other things pay for the advertising up to the of partial adequacy after that the advertising vill pay for the other things for ALL of the other things 1 i r rwr 3 wr rwrs rt L J11 S r 0iJ j i i f tr 4 afford to pay more In hiS opinion the action on the resignation was a finalone Following are some expressions of opinion on the resignation from a few of Clark countys leading citizens Prof John L Bosley Profl John L Bosley The loss of President Taylor to Kentucky Wes leyan Winchester and Clark county at this liine would be a signal calam ity During two years I have had op portunity to observe closely his methods and the results Ho is un questionably one of the most efficient and affective men corrected with education in Kentucky His influence for masculine Christianity for broad culture and civic righteousness extends not only to the college but time entire community- If President Taylors resignation is due as is announced to a mat ter of salary I have this observation to make Such men cannot be overpaid He is now in the zenith of his usefulness If he is ever to lay up a peony for a rainy day it must be now I sincerely hope that an ad justment may be made at once and this calamity averted Rev Wm Gumming Almost nothing has come to my attention in years that causes more disturbance of mind than the information that we are in danger of losing our President of K YoC Very largely through the influence of the general public Igum in Winchester today When what seemed a much larger opportunity came to me two years ago end I had decided to go the reiteration that the community in general were so ooppsed to my leaving Jhahgcd my decision So while I fully recognize the ight- IOfthe Board of Education to settle matters without regard to my opinion I do feel Its one represent ative of the general public that I should make most respectful and ear nest protest ajrainst their permitting President Taylor to leave unless there be differences of vital import ance between them It means much to me personally to have a good col lege in Winchester Iam proudof the personal honor conferred of the prospect that mv oldest boy shall have a degree from them this year and having four others coming on feel that an A B or B S from K W C is a big enough thing for them to hold as certifvin a sufficient college training It had always been in my mind to send them to a Presbyterian College that its degree might be their credentials but I consider now that the Kentucky Weslevan College prom ises to have sufficient name and fame that they shall ever point with made to their degree therefrom We Intro had three years of excep TayIlorford to lose himTC pray you brethren of the Board of Education adjust matters so that we may look forward to a future of signal pros perity and successWM GUMMING Pastor First Presbvlerian Church Judge W M Beckner Judge W M BeekuerI regret exceedingly that President Taylor has resigned because he has proven himself a very efficient head of the col lege I have known him for thirty years or more and appreciated his energv fidelity ability and zeal He has hind the confidence of this com munitv in a high degree and was making himself felt more and more each year The college has certainly sustained a great loss in his resigna tion and it will be difficult to find a successor who will be his equal Mr B F Curtis B F Curtis President Taylor has done a great deal for the city as an educator and as a citizen and I hope that he will reconsider his res ignation and remain at the head of the college Mrs J M Hodgkin J M Hodgkiu President Taylor- is a great worker both as a Christian and an educator The college has grown wonderfully undjauhia admin J Continued on Pjhvo ti ir t j7 r JIM JEFFRIES IDS SMILE AND HOW HE LOOKS IN TRAINING Will you fight Jolnfonr is the question hurled at exChampion Jeffries everywhere he goes The big Californian only replies Wait until I see if I can get into condition Jeffries weight now hetiseems to be in perfect health In his vaudcvill Berger boxes several fast rounds every day and does other training stunts His most ardent admirers believe lie could get Into shape for a championship battle with very little difficulty and they expect him to do it Jeffries measurements now and when he won the title are as follows When he won title Today feet 13i Inches height feet 14 inches Inches fir chest normal Inches 43 inches chest expended 49 inches 34 Inches v waist 38 Inches 17 Inches i neck Inches 17 Inches LleCt bleeps 17 inches inches right bleeps 16 inches inches 1 thigh 2iY inches inches calf 17 inches Inches forearm inches inches wrist 8Y inches SITE PAID FOR BY GOVERNMENT District Attorney Davidson Pays Over 14000 to Mr Prt T McEidowriey Assistant District Attorney Goo M Davidson was Imcre Saturday und closed the purchase qf time Christian church and the Dr 31jrluy property When the deeds were acknowledged and lodged for record Mri Davidson turned over a cheek for 1400 Un less an extension is given everything in the wry of bYiiUliqgs on the grounds must be removed in 30 days The total amount appropriated by the Government is 70010 14000 for site leaves 54000 for building We expect to get an additional appropriation TO OPEN NEW STORE IN BOURBONS CAPITAL Mr John Guy and Mr Maurice Hag gard to Run Racket Store In Paris Mr John Guy and Mr Maurice Haggard both well known business men have rented a zoom on Maui street in Paris and will open April 1 a first class hardware and racket store Mr Uag1Bard will continue his business here and Mr Guy will take charge of the new store 3T BUYS ON JACKSON STREET Lorfinza BrpokshiVe 4bought Friday from Tv IS Wells a residence on Jackson street for l5pj It tI V3M G l SSS 0 POLICEMAN IS SHOT IN ITAlY New Vork Lieutenant Is Assassinated By Unknown MenWas a Ter ror to Black Hand Experts Special to The News PALERMO Sicily March 13 Lieutenant Joseph Pclrosino of the New York police department was shot and killed in the street here by unknown assasins Petrosino was here on ail important mission He was a terror to tile Italian criminals and black hand experts in New York RETURNS FROM CAMPTON Mr Grover Fluty of this city has returned from Campton Ky where he had been taking depositions for W F Neikirk State Fire Marshal of Ky who has been investigating the hotel burning at Campton HEARING IS POSTPONED The trial of John Dwyer on a charge of highway robbery that was to have been held in Police Court Friday night was postponed until Saturday night on account of the abr sence of some witnesses MEDICAL SOCIETY The regular meeting of the Clark County Medical Society was held Sat urday morning at the court mouse Drs McKinley and Worthington read papers on Pneumonia arid Entero colitis s Aim High In great attempts it is glorious even to fail = Longinus r V v r i 1 t MUST PLAY SUNDAY BASEBALL OR GET OUT OF THE LEAGUE Board Of Directors Give Winchester March 20 To ReconsiderJKO Action ILStBrllog Or iidiolasville May Displace This Cif l4 LEXINGTON Ky March U3 Unless the management of the Winchester team decides before March 20 to reconsider their decision not to play Sunday baseball their fran chise will be taken from them by the directors of the Blue Grass League and offered to Mt Sterling or Nicho lasville This was the decision reached at a meeting of the league directors which was held in this city yesterday when they directed President George I Hammond to confer with the fans in these two towns to see if they Would be wiling to take up the Win chester franchise and play out theJregular schedule should either them be awarded the team Given Until March 20IThe above action was a result ofIthe resolution recently adopted by theI playSundayschedule for the season had been made out and ratified by every team in the league and adopted It includ ed games on Sunday for the Winchester club The league directors are of the opinion that if Winchester does not leagueteamsThe Clark cojunty people were given until March 20 when another meet ing will be held in this city to change theyhavebe transferred Regular Schedule Will Stand QStewmtj ter club expressed a willingness to call another meeting of the stockholders in their club They will re port to President Hammond as soon as possible Iiratfy eveftfthorfegular schedule willstand Mr Frank Bell assistant cashier of the First National Bank was elected treasurer of the league Those present nt vesterdays meeting were M C Kellogg of Richmond B R Jouett and J Q Stewart of Win chester J W Bacon and J E Bald win of Paris YoJ Kennedy of Frankfort and Thomas Sheets Lexington ofII REAL NOBILITY Mayor Hughes Celebrates Victory ByI Dining With His Mother The real sentiment in a mans heart crops out under trying circumstances and betokens natures nobility when ever it occurs This was illustrated on the evening of the primary elec tion when Mayor Hughes friends were congratulating him on his biIumph Mr Highes modesty is equal led only by his merit as a man His big heartedness for his fellowman and his love of home and duty come out when one of his friends asked him how he was going to celebrate the evening Quickly the response come thlslyI I am awfully grateful to friends for their support and will try t to deserve their confidence and es teem and have none but the kindest feelings for my opponents and their adherents and am simply going up to take supper with my good old mother and rest in her presence like I used to do when a tired boy Now wasnt that the real man in this hour of victory It recalls those lovable lines That boy will do to depend on For I hold that this is true From lads in love with their brothers Our bravest heroes grew Earths proudest hearts have been IovingheartsrSince time and earth began And the boy who loves his mother Is every cha manS PAYS X1500 FOR LOT Dr Glenmore Combs bought Fri day from the Old Kentucky Tele phone Company tho lot just in the rear of the Chuieh of Christ and f t facing on Maple street for 1500 i JSii4 0J t ettfi r r JIfr rf r i yq jh j lTHE WEAT14ERc r uHttw vMtMf eMIiMM t n Until MAY HAVE TO SPANK ZELAYAI Uncle Sam breaks relations with Nicaragua Gregory withdraws Washington March 13 Owjtng to the continued disturbed conditions in Nicaragua and President Zelayas failure to make serious efforts look lug to the settlement of the Emnerry claim the state department by withdrawing Mr Gregory the American charge at Managua and ordering the legation placed in the hands of the consul who will have no diplomatic capacity practically broke off diplo matic relations with that country Affairs in Central America have been closely watched by the Ainerl can and Mexican governments both of which have now come to an understanding that the time has arrived when drastic measures should be eii forced to insure peace in the Central American republics Ambassador LaBarra of Mexico spent some time at the state department in conference with Assistant Secretary Wilson and the determina tion was reached that if the Amerl can warships now in Nicaraguan waters and to be sent there are not suf ficient to impress President Zelaya that the treaty of peace entered into between the Central America republics is not to be lived tip to moo radical steps would be taken to accomplish that result The impression was given that if need be intervention would be reported to The gov ernments of iheUnit d Staten and Mexico it was stated are in ftlll accord as to the policy to be pursued toward Nicaragua and are now any ticipating Zelayas further moves So far as could be ascertained no official information has been received here of a reported naval engagement between gunboats of Nicaragua and Salvador MR R W TANNER IS GRADUALLY SINKING Has Never Regained Consciousness Since Stroke of Last Thursday The report in yesterdays News that Mr R W Tanner wasamuchim- proved was a mistake as he liasiiev er regained consciousness rsince fall ing from his chair Thursday afrjiqon and the report this morning states that he is gradually sinking j LECTURE COURSE STARTS It WEft Prof Fairhurst Speaks To a Large Audience Friday Night The series of lectures that are to be given here under the auspices of the City School begun Friday with an address by Prof Albert Fairhurst of Lexington on the subject ofllJJCO nomic Value of Science There was a large audience in attendance and the lecture promises to become very popular BASKET BALL GAME MONDAY AFTERNOON Preps of K W C Are to Play Lexington High School Boys Dont forget dratthe Basket Ball Team of Prep Dept K W C has a game on Monday afternoon in the College Gymnasium jUt thevHilfk School Team of Lexington Jxfck for good sport tickets Ij5 cant r to defray expenses ef ykritiiig torn J Game at 330 nProof of rffiIbls eipylat tty1 7 JUIguages r s t fl rlL t i itJT f it itjii frs g r f f I o a LY br 1kT THE WIKCETER NEWS r r l t iliH I 0 I Iip- m iirptJIc ffJt1LMift r l 1iIWittter News C- sVThiipFited 5jkIr W5f r ky Diktf bpt ditfaY i1tPIr atter1 oj r 28 dfeia a tepoitoffic thedJJ J iL1io1PTIoi RATES Carrier Delivery bily tfne year j 5 29 1 i Pay1i1t f oMce or to colleclor vsryI4 ii aI Mall Delivery haYr 3 00 tX riontks t t 6nt H r H2pPsyabletm advance ADVERTISINGRATES tA4yPor Inch JKu mel any edition 25 rare times with lone week 50 Dekozitinuon1y LO P pplourtour weeks three times a week 180 four we bitwoim S a week 120 JTiir weeks one time a week 75 rTinie discdunts 3 months 10 per Mat 6 months 25 per ceptone f arjy33 Ir3 per cent fliidlni NitictsPer Line Ituariess notices body type 7cPurt reading news headings 15o 1 MewfPhoneHo SaTURDAYMARCH 13 1909 TWO FRIENDSL At times the average editor gets f discouraged in his work He labors n1daytissue the best paper his owiu Capacity and the capacity of hiplisint will allow and within an hfnrc qrtsoafter tbe piess sjtpps riui- nirif his work is dead an drhe must begirt agaiiM br tlC pert days lakorI- t4SC1flSpJtflrCfld1OSS taskwith Jittle goodresulting yYpur 1e ders seldom think to say a kin11yword Yioumust rest saUsj- fied because you have heard JIG iqgkSr Tor if anything is wrpng yeusrimmediately rhear from the man affectedk Wet- raPJle i ted therefore the lit tlzsquiQ infMr W JLamptons l tterpubhishedin Thursdays News in which he said The News is a blamed sight betterpaper than I thoughti iWinchester jwasi equal to Mr 4 Lani toijs an oldnewspapCJi man andjia word spniejthingu l r Andin the mails yesterday we re iyed thefoil owing tletter from Prof AndersoniOfi Kentucky Wesleyan Col lege which put niw1heart into our labors Y4nchester News Winchester Ken tucky De SrsPerbllps I should say to roiuvthat4 appreciate your efforts to giyp tft Winchester a daily paper I judge from statements in The News that you have been having your full 4sbare of difficu1tesbnt J cannot but admire your vigor t in meeting the- uianyurfaiUi in building for the futiire Jof vojir giiowitig city Most heartily do J commend you for your vigorous approvaUof all that mfckes for civic bettennent A cldan honest fearless publication such as Sbelieve you are trying to give to jyjnehester will rbe oh inestimable Valuq to the city rI jendorso ieekfor520 to be credited on subscrip ipn y 1 yejyjqspectfully WSANDERSON ITHERECALL Loa p 4nees was the first Ameri can city to adopt the recall One oSt t 1etitykc boodling Aldermen has since beiscuturHjetLout Qaitjie car pet lately has been Arthur C Har ie1i 4 Major Los Angeles did no like sbmeipf his appointments a 9e J hisffl ia1conn tiWI aJiflp cts andia p titapn was present ftdwhWi ieompelloa him vjto face an 4 otMfr tfeclion ta holdhis office In 4 consequence of which lie handed in Wsresignatioii N JW t publ4c offlcal to 3incI hisvsteps is ofjjourge thejvotlier side to the Question The t i fz fn 4J r1 I t 71 P7 unfavorable bne is that It in yIJe used tdiitiisk c raril1ft cpn scienti9ei1tiSoffice oraijpeYtaitf lthof tiae with reftponsibilitynofc to please lhe majpnt YJl tlw3time but t9 dojighjt and be wise as shall be decided by the P 0plj4mth ejr bettejr se QPd IhQUght I Tjie Constitution of the Unit- hdSfwaiade 7bnthe assumption that not every immediate impression ofythe majority ought to be put into practise The rahlis built on the opposite theory Probably it would wort well in some places and badly in others like mpre than Qne device of government THE STAr DARb OIL CASEI The collapse of time Governments case against the anadQilfora cepting rebts1vJiichiwas on trial before JudgcAndcrsonwiI1 cause general disappointment When the most1powerful and unpopular trust country was convicted in JudgeI Landiss court the public was believe tliaL at last justice had over taken a corporation notorious for its illicit business methods and politi cal influence Th setting aside of the 29000000 fine by the United States Circuit Court of Appeals was a grave setback As it proved now by the outcome of time second trial time GoveniraenVs case was defective What course the 3oYernment will pursue with the indictments still pending is not announced If tilE Administration believes that it can prosecute them with success no iioubt it will press them But there is no denying that the moral effect of the attack on the Standard Oil has suffered by its successive Jail ursIn spite of this disastrous defeat time fight against rebating will pre- vAil The large number of offenders competed among shippers and railroads remains a warning that m interestis safejf it ventures to make light of the Jaw CLAY CITY r Mr and Mrs Clan Carr left last Saturday for Miain Texas to make that place their home Mr Rodger Bryan of Winchester was in the city Friday Mr Albert Johnson the marshal spent the day in Stanton Friday Mrs J N Yauglin of Lexington and Mrs George Anderson of Mf Sterling are the gu sts of their par cuts Mr and Mrs E N Wilson Mrsi R A Irvin left this week tc visit her son Rev Logan Irvin at Americus Ga Mr Lempn Henry of Mt Sterling vas in the S Mrs WTTBusiriias been ill foi the past two weeks but is much bettei now Mr and Mrs Morgan McKinney Spent Wednesday and Thursday in Winchester Mrs Fitch of Lexington return ed to her home after pleasant visit to relatives in this city Mss Nora Rich has ientered Stanton College for the rest of the term Mr Wm Morintz left for Cincinnati this week and will accept a po sition Mrs Josephine nazelrigg who fell and broke her leg and arm is im groyingIThe guests at the Red River Hotel the past week were Messrs Joe Wai kins John Wescott George Brown of Lexington McCort of Knoxville Tenn Noah Rose Rodger Bryan of Winchester Beart Daniel of Mt Sterling Thomas Wilson of Camp ton Frank Pregoff of Tomsville C B Bailey of Stanton TVIr John Henry is very low with typhoid fever Miss Leona Garrett was in the city Friday 4 Harry Shallock visited his family at the Red River Hotel the first of the week Why1Shs WasChanged iedtheticed recently that she had had a different and a very swe tejxpiesslon They said Perhaps so but what would be the reason 1 She replied Well thoughts of Jesus and then the new way IdoPiL haljV DeUKeatojv Cheer for the Industrious rnduatrxjlceeps the Jbodyifcealthy the mind clear the l1art whole the purse full Simmons f o Doubt thatIa wejlQ eltNews N r r i 2i I- r r jIs DISGUSTED jThlpft50ooo Begf rly Stimtb Offir Fight Wlth14egroIr1pr ew ork March 43 Whyoly 50000 asked James J Jeffrifts scornfully when told of Hugh Mclri toshs proposal to give a 50000 purse for a Jeffriesjjphnson battle Jeffries also took exception to the Australian promoters suggestion tba theflghtrtake place In Ehiglana This offer of a 50000 purse doesnt look Very attractive he said How about the 200000 offers Why a syndicate in Seattle backed by re sponsible men had made a bona fide offer of a purse of 150000 for a contest at the Seattle exposition But it Isnt i matter of money wIth me All the money in the world wouldnt drag me into the ring if I thought J was going to be licked If I got into shape and thought I could heat John son Id fight him for nothing Housekeeper Identifies Murderer NeWark N J March 13 William Olsefski one of the men arrested here in connection with the murder of the Rev Erasnus Ansion was Identified by the dead priests housekeeper as one of the trio who did time Legislature Votes Relief Little Rock Ark March 13The lower house of the legislature passed a bll appropriating 10000 to the Brinkley relief fund SENATE PROVIDES TAX COMMISSION L 1reIgnores Harrnons Ap peal For More Revenues Columbus 0 March 13Just before final adjournment Friday of the extra session of the general assem bly Governor Harmon sent a mes sage to the solons in which he called attention to the fact that proposed ex penditures for the next year for state purposes exceeded estimated receipts by about 1000000 The governor addedfir have heretofore both in the inaugural address and by mes sage recommended measures which I believe would bring the revenues up to lhe demands on them One of these measures was to secure more jus and effective enforcement of the present laws for the taxation of cor por tions on their gross receipts and otherwise Bills have been introduced accordingly but thus far they have not been made laws I can not Injustice to the people of the state let you adjourn leaving matters as they are for another year without once more urging on you the Importance of action to prevent further drafts on the public savings Senator Clevenger of Clinton coun ty introduced a resolution authorizing the appointment by the lieutenant governor of a senatorial committee of three to investigate the subject of taxation and report to the next gen eral assembly The resolution was adopted the minority voting solidly against it Lieutenant Governor Treadway appointed Senators Cleven ger and Patterson Reps and Sena tor Alsdorf Dem to the committee Former Senator Foraker on invita tion made two brief addresses to the members of the legislature one in the house and the other in the senate He congratulated the assembly upon the work it accomplished during the session In the house the speaker apnointed Black of Ashland Democrat nnd Le Blond of Cincinnati Republican on tile commission to study the canal question and report to the next house After cleaning up the odds and ends of legislation the special session adjourned sine die GANS DEFEATS WHITE Bout With English Champions Slow and Tame Affair New York March 13Joe Gans former lightweight champion of the World easily defeated Jabez White the English lightweight champion in a tenround bout at the National Ath letic club It vas a tame exhibition and the crowd was disappointed as the men were slow and lacked force behind many of their blows white was knocked down once in the sixth twice In the seventh when the bell saved him by one second and once in the eighth bans Vfas far from being the Cans of even two years ago He missed several blows misjudged distance and failed to take advantage of many opportunities that themselves Kilbane Gets Decision Columbus 0 Iarch 13 Tommy Kilbane did all of the leading In his slxr und bout here with Kid Saginaw of Michigan and was awarded the de cision At no time was Kilbane able to floor his opponent Hart Wins on Foul New Orleans March 13 Marvin Hart was awarded the decision on a foul In the thirteenth round of a 20 round bout with Tony Ross at the West Side Athletic club Carrie Is Homeward Bound Montgomery Mo 1Ia c1113A message from Mrs Carrie Natfon says she is homeward bound and will go to Arkansas for a months ret before beginning a lecture tour of the United SlateoShe Is pleased with her reception in the oldcountrv t j r WATER SUPPLIES MENACED Gqvrnment1MatDny Cities RlgKtJo 5Fror OWp Slyer Plttiburg MarCli IS Thatjhe tak IBS of j municipal water supplies from the Ohio river may arfect the stage of the water so as to ImiifSte naviga Hon especially in the Jaw water periods Is apparently the view of the United States en ii eers i a jor Henry C Newcomer of the United States engineers has begun time securing of data showing the amount of water taken from the flyer at various points through municipal water plants Should it be proven by the statistics that the use of the river Is interrupt ed by the pumpjngof water to supply cities a serious question as to the niglitto use water from the Ohio riv er anil fhoj mothpd supplying water for the use pf persons In cities would arisea Mississippi Negro Lynched Jackson Mjss March 13 At dis patch from Cruger Holmes county announces the capture and lynching of Joe Gordon a negro who on Mon day afternoon s1iofand blinded T B Smith a planfatipn manager Fatally Wounds Foster Parent Des Moineay la March 13At Elk hart Albert Carney ar wealthy farm er was shot and fatally wounded by his adopted son Edward Willard who then disappeared i TRAINS HEAVY GUNS ON THE PROSECUTION Judge Anderson Argues In De fense of Colonel Cooper Nashville Tenn March 13 The 16inch gun of the defenses batteries was trained upon the state with telling effect when Judge Anderson he gan his argument In the trial of Co onel D B and Robin J Cooper and John Sharp for the murder of Former Senator E W Carmade Judge Anderson who is considered the ablest criminal lawer in the state is chief counsel for the defense Anderson is not a dramatic orator He adopts no theatrical devices He does not speak in metaphors nor indulge in sentimental appeals Only once did he refer to Colonel Cooper ns the old soldier and not once did he appeal to the sympathies of the jurors He boldly disclaimed any idea of pleading that any editorial or speech could justify the slaying of Carmaclc and declared that his clients case rested solidly and alone upon the first law implanted in human beings the law of selfpreservation The law gave them this right he declared whether Colonel Cooper had threatened Carmacks life or not And even if Robin Cooper had gone over there and struck Senator Car mack in the face with his open hand he would have had a legal and moral right to have killed him if the senator had attempted to draw a revolver Judge Anderson declared that this was the law that he quoted it merely to show how strongly the courts pro tect the right of selfdefense and to make manifest Robin Coopers reluctance to shoot until he himself had been shot r REfUSE WAGE CUT High Priced Engineers Quit National Tube Company Pittsburg March 13Rather than accept reductions In salary varying from 500 to 1500 a year between 15 and 20 expert engineers and men high in the mechanical departments Including the chief engineer of the Na tional Tube company at McKeesport Pa are said to have resigned their positions and others are expected to do likewise in a short time Say Adieu to Roosevelts Oyster Bay N Y March 13Ex President Roosevelt and Mrs Roose volt were the guests of the town of Oyster Bay at a reception held here in their honor in the town hall The expresident and Mrs Roosevelt stood behind the justice railing in the town clerks office and the townspeople filed by shaking hands and extending farewell greetings THE MEAT OF IT Major Guy Edie of the United States army medical department is to be President Tafts family physician Count Zeppelin attained a record height of 3000 feet in his steerable balloon at Frledrichshafen The body of the woman found in the canal at Dayton O has been nclsDoolittleThe Chesapeake bay steamer Du pont burned to the waters edge at Lone Point Md No lives were lost Fifteen hundred horses at Philadel phia are under quarantine owing to a serious outbreak of mange Mayor A Co Harper of LOS Angeles Cal has resigned under threats of exposureof alleged questionable official acts A bust of Former Vice President Fairbanks has been placed in the senate chamber at Washington Judge O S Deining of Warren 0 addressed Confederate and Union vet erans at their Fitzgerald Ga en cam ment r Three workmen were fatally In- Jured by an explosion at the open hearth furHace ottiAmnericanstgel1- and Wire compiinyj Cleveland O t I ii I IPRotH K TAYLOR k W 1 k IGNE- DiContinued from Pase 1 istration and I think that his resig nation would mean an irreparable loss to that institution and I hope that ho will reconsider iti Mr X W Poynter x J W Pyiitem1 Jn lnot heard of President Taylors resignation un til this morning and I regret it very much Ithink he has made ono of tie best Presidents time college has ever had and I hope he will reconsider his resignation Mr J G Johns J C OhlSuI am vcrv sorry to hear of President Taylors resigna tion His administration at tIme col here has been more than satisfactory and I sincerely hope that ho will reconsider the matter Judge J H Evans Judge J II EvnusThie college is in fine condition and I think it would be unfortunate to make a change rtll the presidency County Clerk Boone County Clerk J A BooneI heard of President Taylors resignation Friday night with great regret I think as a Christian gentleman he is one of our very best and as an educator he is one of the best in the State lIe has taken more interest in the work of time college and 1ms done more for it than any of his pred ecessors The college now under his administration is in a most flourish ing condition financially as well as from the standpoint of attendance und I think that his resignation would cause a vacancy that could not be easily filled B R JouettThe Board of Edu cation has made the crpwning mistake of its existence if it permit Prof Taylor to resign This community and all who have the welfare of tlic college at heart will be the losers if hopeIMr R R Perry R R PerryUIam loth to express an opinion without knowing the facts I have great confidence in the Board that controls the college also in Prof Taylor I have ben impressed with Mr Taylors practical ideas and his force of character- I will regret if we should lose him as a citizen Mr Vie Bloomfield Vie Bloomfield From my obser ration Prof aylor has been time most energetic President the college has ever had As IlCfllof the institution he has given eminent satisfaction and brought results that none of his pred ecessors have I like every one else with whom I have talked regarding President Taylors resignation regret it very much and hope that he will see his way clear to reconsider it Mr M T McEltlowney M T IeJ much to hear of ricsidenthTaylor resignation I think the college has never had a more energetic President than he has been I think his resignation means a great loss to Win chester aud Clark county Railway Copany Incorporates Frankfort Ky March 13 The Cumberland Northern Railway company with 100000 capital stock filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of state The road is pro posed to run from Artemus Knox county through the counties qf Clay Owsley and Lee to Beattyville a dis tance of 75 miles HUNDREDS KILLED Steamer Brings News of Land3lide In Island of Java Victoria B C March 13News of landslides burying three villages In volving the loss of hundreds of lives probably more than 1000 at Pend jolo Java was brought by the steamer Empress of China A part of Mount Kentjana fell eliminating the village of Tgiboeboehan and the towns of Wardengsite and Telokban goe But one man one woman and two children escaped to tell the tale Tons of earth was slipping as the vessel left VETERANS SUBDUE FLAMES Michigan Soldiers Home Threatened Wti Destruction Grand Rapids Mich March 13 Rapid work saved the Michigan Sol diers home from possible destruction when fire broke out there In the ad ministration building Calls were sent to this city three miles distant but by the time the firemen arrived the veterans hal subdued the Barnes None of the 1100 Inmates were in danger Ball Player Fired St Louis March 13A special from Marlin Tex says that Cy Sey mour center fielder of the New York National l ague team was discharged by Manager McGraw following an en counter between Seymour and Arlie Latham coach of the team Latham claims that Seymour knocked him down1 without provocation T Speed of the Dolphin The dolphin can travel 40 miles ar 5t nour 7 4 r S r 1 y e1rkCotntvConstrtictinCo IIt I ORPORATED Think of the mud and hill clImblntaxpaid yc N caR cost the Fe- cmers as much On the Basis of Equipment and the ap plcstlois of Economical justness constructiorandreparig prijor Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car tots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting en of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction L I guaranteedoJ I Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 42000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Will give yottcour ieous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us l D Simpson Pres IIJ T F Phillips V Pres KHd ae a- pOoreNsa A H Hampton Cashier I J W Poynter Asst Cashier I o ADVERTISE VVINOHESTER NEVV I ELECTRICITY 1 WIn IJIYhome when you can put clean healthful tights at a very lampTungsten I as day therefore makes reading at night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let us ex plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and The saving in theconsump Lion electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 73O Ropair wroR a specailty I Winchester Electric Supply Co s HAMPTON Pres IOBS D GOBT Vpres KerrBoq3I 1 10 N Main IIImgB F CURTIS Cashier K O fITCH Asst Cashier I Clark County Natl BaIt ESTABLISHED 1 895 BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points 1 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35000000 Peoples State Bank CAPITALS 1OOOOO This bank begat business less than three years ago just Jn the beginning of the financial depres ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has beeny steady growth fro he start in time number of our depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially inted to open an account with us Per t sonal attenion to all business J M HQDGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President If A rBodyof a carriage is all right itisimCasy matter to put new running gear onItl Or Just the other wayit is imrnaItonal to usc know how to dpAQar liege repairing in IL its bii4-We also do fine carriage jiaTntiffirlanll rubber iirmg w OIROIHER sc i Jt i J f jjo t I Pe i li Jt1l THEWIN NESTER rrtoNEWS1 p T111il r r iI THE POPULAR THINGS in Jewelry for the Spring and Summer are the new Necklace and Festoon Neck Chainsf WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINEi Why not get one a6d have the newest thingout i y IL 1 CJHBOWEN wrSOCIETY I The Basket Ball team of the Preparatoiy Department of the College will play the second team j of the Lexington High school Mon day afternoon at the Uollegegym i nasium at 330 oclock Admission 15cents Denies Report fMi Eleanor Robson actress de med Thursday night the report i that she was engaged to wed Au gust Belmont Through her managers she issued the following statementMessrs Liebler K Co announce on behalf of Miss Eleanor Robson that the published port to the effect that Miss Robson is engaged to be married to August Belmont has not the slightest foundation in fact and is untrue jMr William Robb entertained rids night Messrs A Gnadinger UackLinihan Geo Dickey and Sid At f ney Sprake of Cynthiana and R R Perry of this city Mrs Robb is in Florida and the Catherinesacted as hostess Tosay that the guests enjoyea themselves would be superfluous GossettHicks The Cynthiana Democrat gives arthe following account of a wedding of much interest here The bride has frequently visited Miss Mary iRehaker and is very popular with a host of Winchester friends J Preston Hicks and Miss IAnnie S Gossett both of Harrison county were married at the resi dence of Rev J R Savage in Ccv ington Wednesday night The bride is a daughter of Mr Reuben Gossett and sister or Mr Edward Gossett of the Dsposit Bank She is HarrisonI woman of personal charm ing and lovely bright and viva cious Mr Hicks isa son of Mrs Susan Hicks of this county Ho is energetic and prosperous farmer and a good business man Their friend most heartily congratulate them Mrs Reine Mid leton has accepted a position with the millinery I Pure Jeweler and OPtiiJ firm of Poynter and Lancaster cor ner of Main and Fairfax streets and will appreciate the patronage of her friends Mrs Middleton is a very charm ime and popular lady and is pecially competent in the business she has selected PERSONALS Mrs J L Keyes and daughter are visiting relatives in Paris Mrs Carrie Mills will leave soon She will join Mr and Mrs R McKee Scobee and the trio will visit all places of interest on the East coast Mr and Mrs Sam Ashbrook who have been members of Mrs Carrie Buckneis household have moved to the home of Mr and Mj3 J Rhodes Viley on College street Mr and Mrs John Bean who have been housekeeping on Hickman street will move Monday to the home of Mrs Carrie Buckner Mr and Mrs Vic Bloomfield have just returned from a visit of several days to Mr and Mrs Hays of Louisville Miss Lulu Stivers of Paris is the guest of Mrs J M Woods The friends of Mrs J W Patton will be pleased to know she is recov Bring Little Buster Denney has returned to the country after spending a with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Geo Wells Mrs A M Burgher and son Shel by have returned to their home in Clay City after adelightful visit to her sister Mrs Mary Rose on Boone avenue Miss Sarah Peak of Louisville is the of Miss Allan Crutcher 3 Miss Nancy Hodgkin is the guest of friends in Lexington Miss Martha Rye will upend Sunday in Lexington Miss Hattie Mae Taylor and Son ny Mcore spent Thursday night inFrankfortMrs Hunter and children left yesterday afternoon to spend several days with Mrs Dave Hun ter of Lexington Mr Asa Sphar and family have moved back to their beautiful coun try home after spending the win ter at the BrownProctoria- Mr and Mrs E A Hadden left Plyenominal Prices offered on Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets= dont fail to see us before you buyas our stock is larger and better this year than ever beforeI and it is universally known that when you buy from us you are always sure of Quality and Quantity We have given special attention to our Garden and Flower Seeds and know we car ry the best to be had Do not be misled by cheaper and inferi or grades J Remember Our Prices RIG- HTRWRounsavall GO SOLE AGENTS t Femdell Foods Huylers Candies forFlorida month guest ARE IIIPricesI BOTIL PHONES No 40 11 r tri d if r t 1 Ii J Jv 1fI 7 f I the WinchesterONE NIGHT THURSDAYMARCH istnI RODE1T GAILLARDINI ST 19N GE ARTThe Great College Play Magically Transferring to Your Very Self that Exciting Life on the Football Field Friday afternoon forMuskogee Ok lahoma Mr H H Porter of Staunton Va was a guest in town Friday Mr and Mrs J C M Day left Fri day afternoon for Louisville Mr Vic Bloomfield will leave Sunday for a three weeks visit to different points in Florida Mr and Mrs Hugh Peyton went to Lexington Friday afternoon Mr Floyd Day returned Friday from Mt Sterling Mr Bruce Duty returned home Friday afternoon Mi Frank Couch man has moved from the country to Dr Vaughts house on the corner of Hickman and Main streets Miss Sue Scrivener is visiting in RichmondMr Nelson of Lexington was a guest in town Friday Mr J C Perry of Mt Sterling was in town Friday on business MOUTH OF FOUR MILE G M Mitcbi 11 sold eight shoats to Ben Lisle f r 13 Cliff Welchs ittle son who has been quite sick is somewhat better Messrs Mai Ferguson and Clarke Jones oi Mt Sterling are visiting Mr Geo Ferguson and familyMr and Mrs Geo Mitchell spent several in Wit hester with friends and relative s last week Miss Lizzie Brown of Lexington spent several days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Geo BrownMiss Burdeaux Ferguson who is attending college at Richmond came home Saturday and was ac companied by Misses Grace Limer ick Dessie Stamper and Libbie MorganMiss Armina Sewell who is at tending school at Richmond visited her parents from Saturday until Tuesday She was accompanied by Miss Nell Tribune of OwingE ville Miss Eunice Thomas of Tebbs and Mr Oliver Frazier of Winchester spent Sunday with Mr B A Thomas and family Messrs Ellis and Leonard W il hams of Renick Station visited friends in this vicinity Sunday Mr Kelley Poer of Winchester was numbered as one of the jolly crowd at Mr Geo Fergusons Sat lirday and Sunday Ben Lisle bought five shoats from Bill Blackmore for 78- RANICIN Zade Hodgkin sold to J W Martin a horse for 123 theyJersYtwo Jersey cows paying 60 for one and 7250 for the other W D Owens sold to John Daniel a cow for 35 Zade Hodgkin sold a pair of mules last week for 320 he also sold one mule for 200 Mrs James Guinn of Winchester is the guest of her daughter Mrs W D Owens this week Mr James Daniel and sister Miss Mabel spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Winchester Willis Golden of Mooresvill e has moved to the farm he bought here from W R Ewing Mr Ewing has moved to the farm he bought from Mrs Lee Allan at Bloorniugdalo Rubber Rubber is a queer product It thrives best in the hottest countries in the tropics yet it cannot stand heat In 1908 we imported 7000000 worth Modern Fashions Fashions are so peculiar that its a real treat for a woman to be unlovely and comfortable Only Real Failure No mans a failure until hes dead or loses his courage and thats the same thing George Horace Lorimer TRY A NEWS WANTADVERTISEMENT o1 ate GovxsAX P to eotU e ltT vt 01 OTthT- a aCa T 8Tc LOk eOY 1tta aY1 1t 5t fi h f II 1 5aF t r Pd f i Most Appealing Acting Ever Seen on the Stage A Play with a Big Heart and Big Idea A Delicious one of Surprises R PRICES 50c1and150Seats now selling at Cook and Nunnelleys Drug Store CHURCHtI The First Baptist Church Serviecs Sunday at 11 a nf Sub ject Christian Stewardship and Giving At 7 p m Subjectthe Devil und Tom Walker Dr IJprtftr preach ing Sunday school at Q30aJrft Midweek praver meeting Wednesday eve ring at7 p in Emmanuel Episcopal Church Third Sunday in Lent Service Sunday morning at 11 oclock The Venerable Rev Frank Wentworth Archdeacon of the Diocese of Lex ington will conduct the service All who desire to worship with us are cordially invited to attend Old Baptist Church Regular services at 11 am aml7 p in Preaching by the pastcay Eli der J M Thomas All tire wcl Come First Presbyterian Church Rev Win Cumming pastornwill preach at il a m and 7 Pln Morning subject Taking Orders From Headquarters Bible SchoolBible Classes at 945 Washington Street Presbyterian Rev C E Crufton the pastor will pveaeh Sunday morning at 11 and in the evening at 715 Sunday school at 945 ani Christian Biu1eavor at 030 p in a waniain j ScjpntisLRegular room Suiiday morning r at eleven oclock and testimonial meeting Wed nesday night at seven olofek The public is cordially invileiPio attend Silnday March 14J 1909 Subject tSubstance Golden Text Wilt jlou e liino exes upon that which is doll for riches certainly make themselves wings they fly away as an eagle toward heaven Proverbs 23 5 Responsive reading Luke 13 c 17 The public is invited to visit the fading room which is kepfe open daily Junk Evidently Built to Last Although 110 years old the Whangho a Chinese junk has since April 190C twice crossed the Pacific ocean The ship is but 121 feet long and is the first vessel of this size to accomplish the feat Its three masts are made of Formosan mahogany Mostly from Sugarcane Ninetenths of the worlds annual production of 2000000 tons of sugar comes from the sugarcane Can Be His Own Ancestors The first who was king was a fon tunate soldier who serves his coun try well has no need of ancestors Voltaire Make It Effective Markham We have committed the golden rule to memory now let us commit it to life As We Sow We Pep De Maistre The blessedness or Misery of old age is often but the extract of our past life Popular Names In Britain In England ant Wales out at eyerj 100000 girls and boys 6820 are called hiar and 6590 William i vN fi iE t V 1t I x I f 7aoTs VT e j tjtt t tl fit flalf Price t For Owe WeekBEGINNING I Monday 15th WE OFFER v 2 II 200 O Ivercoats 1FOR ONE WEEK l PLAINI TIT fRON OUR MARKED IN s FIGURES and STRICTLY ONE PRICE rITO ALL I No Foolishness on Our Sidepr CreitonYoursIi L We stand tb lose several dcdlairs J on each coat but we prefer to do that than to carry them anothejf season lDente ie soldat1 a sacrifice We prefer to have the money NOW I to buy newTprofit than to carry the stock until q t next winter ltois a simple business proposition an l S up to you Ifyou want an ercoat at Half Price er I Atr fqJMurphy p 4YitJ f t r il i A t iyj l fjiJi 1 r t r 1t ti A v f i1I it a 1i 1Jr J f 1 ffi i 7fit r 0r7 II I 4A Jt J JJ T I c f bo t LT TT TTiLijJLfL I w J IDJ v Ri- cI I 1 According to the last census Kift t1 has a population of 2147174 Tharc iJQ4OO sl arl3 miIs 40ofwmoh t1 rstrcims ithiuihe StatcasArule head in the So 1theastaiu1i1ir in a Northwesterly wl tionthu1ct jcpnv ctnlot1th+ lnietion of railroads opEent of our resources io nany ears QSif early railroads were built from ihirEast Iuldwentover the more feVei territories North of the hid River and South of the Cumberland Mountauis In those days therwa only It limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in crease It would seem that kind pi videiIce has held in reserve our almost inexhaus fcblq ujtil mostrif timber is limited but there is notion to last 16kmany years to- ome NWe have a coal area of over fifteen thousand e Jmilesj Other min orals awai9eveIopmen t 5 NajuraLas an4oil in paying quantities ire being developed in niauy localities There are no more bad in States1npr6hrtion pitregardless Of politics or religion arc Clark County t Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop rty including fianchises 12004 370 4 Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cents on the hundred dollars4 The fopthillsvof the mountains arc on tfie ESVCm Border of the cbuntyf tht Kentucky River on the South fprms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the rive vSputh of W ncTiester Jhas ex tensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across tie countyChesapeake Ohio Xtonisrille Nashville and Lexingtpn EasteriS oductUncblue grass Crops of timothy and OTJ can IKS raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain crOps Tobacco is raised in large quantities All fruits that arc adapted to the climate can be raised with profit 4The census of 1900 gave the popu inn at 16694 Circuit Court IKrst Monday in April second Monday September first Monday in December J M Benton Judge B A Crutcher Attprney Co hty Court Fourth Monday in each month V Quarterly Court MThird Tftesday ia etkhinonth County Officers rk H Evans Judge- S X Jeffries Attorney I ward Hampton SlienfL Leo Evans fl pi John Bedford Deputy rA Boone County Clerk- Sam Powell Deputy Clerk WT Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenberry Assessor 0 A Tanner Scliopl Superintend ent W R Sphar Treasurer H4d Jailer a JustiCes of the Peace First district J C Bicfiafds Second district J Scott Renick jlhird district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey FiftH ajric Robert fruV GoodpasterS WncitesterS County seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Pop aon census 1900 5964 The city has oyerlaped the corporate limitsnd oV has a population of near ten thPn sand It is located on the dividing Jo between the Kentucky and Lick ing Rivers has water works elec trio stLct car and lights UnUmited natural gasSplenda Graded S oo61Qa numerous churches TheKeniUck V6sleyan College is lo fit dat Winchester The fire de paxtment is oneoL the best P1 the St I r Assess d valuation of aHprop c y tnelu fraicluses A TJjc tax rte on J ebundredd91lars is ixiy c nts for city and fifty for aekbok e heOLNaiidL E f 1p ept Cir Winil tei the gmritphiQAlloc ti i1 and hipph- igfi11tikRhfO1Ly a desirab1- ooon viir at Hes jr oncms iirp 1Y 3un fieirs empUotifroin- tajation The Commercial Club will tit pleasura in giving infomatiori tlt4OceIiS JA a i Traey ler 1tJ Had Attorney ifJrij J1 1J liCoUi t9r j t A iV itfi 1t t t J l1s iiu itir i BriAarornJf N IVitheJmi r iCIefITal Trpy- Ueputics Caixar AzbiD Albert Taiiner John BaHard tJ II ot rJ2irt Wt1Sby 4 w p Hackett Second vardA Ik Martin T L roa4 d wir4Doo PitgjJ Q Boone FourthwardJ D Jones Fifth wnrlGp McOullum Sil Diuclli Q Board af Education 0 w 5trithiipqLG II Reds Secreary H Wlcrivener rfc surer Harry Ecton 3 B Cornett WA Mauls J K Allan James Hislp ZiBieN K Foster Fici DepaHmint A B Baldxinj Chie Jno W Harding Secretary tt t COOREUCUUMN Lcave our news at 122 West- Brofdwayand write j plain I4 ihVokalnnej the deposed negro queen of Hawaie is in Washington Dayton Ohiosan exclusive negro park Robert H Terrdllcolored of Washington D CJias been appoint ed udgeof the Municipal Court of the District of Columbia TR T Berryj poiored editor at Ow cnsboro Kytis an applicant for Register of the Treasury The colored Fair at Louisville will be held at the Kentucky jState Fair Grounds this year from September 22 to 26 1argestolorcdThe undertaking establishment in ihe Siei conduct ed ya woman Mrs Lavenia Wat son Cooper at 10th and Chesnut streets Louisville The National Negro Business League of winch Booker T Washington is president wilt meet in Louis ville in August and as such we would suggest the organization ofa league here and thus be represented at the meeting With the advantage and privilege ota colored column all lodges churches business houses and indi viduals should show their appreCIa Lion for the same by having this pa per to do thejr pointing Miss Fannie daughter of Henry Jackson will attend college his fall PresidingElder L M Haggood of Indianapolis will preach at Clarkes M E church iornorpwzQrning afternoon and evening Rev T Timberlake is engaged iaseries of meetings at Versailles hay ing declined an invitation to conduct one at Paris and at Middlesborough- Rev Geo D Miller of Harrods burg is preaching at the First Bap tist church What tf jIOGivc your subscrip Lion to J W Deck leaVe your news ata 122 West Broadway and carry your job work to the Winchester NeWs Printing Olive Rev Allen Harris of the Poyuter ville Methodist church has been in Versailles several days attending his sick familyrSMrs Moses Rends and daughter Mrs Ernest Bitch entertained at their home on W Washington street last Saturday afternoon and evening Fortytwo Whisl land other card games were indulged in and an ele gant fivecourse irepast served About fifty were present Robert Taylor will not dispose of his new house but has moved into it W E Franklin and Dennis Daniels will uarticipate in a rally at the 1tI E church on Sunday March 21 DrJ H Holmes subscribed 10 to the white baseball team Moses Mitchell has opened a gro eery one Spring street in Poynteir yille ifrs Cynthia Hamilton has gone Jto Richmond to live Being called to the pastora of the Pikevilie church Rev Taylor Rhome was ordained to the work of IthQ osEel ministry Monday night at the Broadway Baptist church The council was composed of Revs R A Strauss Jnp Broclapon T Timber lake Jas Ray Gep Tjolivcr and Green Dodgy The following were tmabie to be present H t Go era and J S Henderson being sick H C Baker otifc of thecir and John Fsheryeugagedin a njeefihg ii the members of the U B F lQdt rG rel ted toTh t at their halll on Monday niffhi March 15 by Srtler of Jessie Eees tfcJi W EL Allen Secretory bnsIm uth y IVm FieId atv 4pB Pearlstreet will add anotlier story and otherwise imr springZn0 Fr Np 2077 are lequcsied to meet at kwrvliaU pn Tuesday tiiglit Marcii 16 Jjyorderol uhasIMrgan N tC E Colerane P S rg P H riiEiibtinksitc- 1Hr tt Wo anl re reportetl as z 0 tJ II11YFt bdise1ctBder J m Hash white preached at tie ccjlprikl Christian churcli aga- iniuJd3 f Ui pLiz Daniels of iLshland is tke fuijit of Mrs H C Baker on WoodforH street Ber Joh 1 Saunders has closed his returnedrp11 9g91lgQ con t ference Dennis Daniels spent Tuesday in Lexington SThe 1rfstitJ1 church State Con vciition will jnect ihCariisrc July 20 All the members of the Kof P re iested to meet at CAS Ue HjailvWcdncsday night March 17 by order of J I Bmner C Cand G Bv Colerane M of F Our ciry how has fourcolored doc torsDr Travis Perkins a Winchester joy who has beeii practicing in Louisville registered here this week to practise his profession His office is at Map eDnd Washington The UoedSaniaiitan lodge had six applications for membership at their meeting Wednesday Tom Dcdmari isLrldng at Parrish and Bradleys grocery store Thomas Green from the county took the entered apprentice degree t in the Masonic Ipdge Thuiday night The meeting at the CaM E church continues with twelve additions to date Miss Kittie daughter of Mrs Fannie Harris is here from Cincinnati The jCuneral of Nannie L daughter or George Hume was preached at the M E church Thursday by Rev S G Turner JK V JP1The Jr colored passed the civil se4ricbxamination that was held a W ve ago R B Woodford T M Berry John W Bush Ernest Birch and Carrie B Lane Mrs OT Bates will visit her son Ernest this summer who is out West Ef A Bradford soninlaw of John Boone who is a prominent under taker at Birmingham Ala was in t YeekCfias will not move into the Copeland but intovMiss Cad Wills house She will leave shortly for ChicagoSThe following is the order of ser vices at Allens chapel tomorrow Rev OB IJevelow will preachat 1100 p m but the estor the day by Rev J WT rry EverlastingDestrnct in AnnihilationNight is Christianity Rev R A Strauss will preach at Brpadwiy tomorrow Clarkes M E church Quarter ly meeting Sunday Preaching by the District Superintendent L M Haggard 11 a m 3p m 7 30 p m Sunday school at 9 30 Epworth League at 6 30 0COUNTY COURT DAYS BelOw is a list of the days County Courts are held each month in coun ties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Monday tl1JOwingsille2nff Monday Iiouib Piiris 1st Monday Mondaynrcat CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mon day Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fiyette Lexington 2nd Monday d fanayFranklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancastei 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon dayStLe Beattyville 4th Monday I Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday- Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt terling 3rd Monday Nicholas ClI1lisle2rtdMonda- Owen Hendletonj Fatoputh 1st Monday PpwJU jSUajiton 1st Monday ti SrqolShelHyj Shelbyville Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday At Dinner WlkQ wp little boys were walking through a wood they heard some hees buzzing JIb8 hollow tree One Joy held his Head cJoiteto a hole w listen Sfer ynlty be Jumped quickly away nyt90soheeScause one stuck biG fork in my earV Rather Severs Denunciation Tberei 18 a story at Carlyle dnhls old age havlHg taken the following farewell in his broadest Scotch of a young friend who had had him in charge Jgg walks and who while al ioN8 idptIg hirne1Z to Car s mopdbadon a wigif occasion jIWouldbeingthert I MercylnJrinness The t 1tith6 gret- mtmeicyontehlow MrS rI E 2 4 n rS The Door is Unbolted l Mid ihe BusUe 1 of Building grade proud cabinet price pretty 55S SSS I By t Mayor of Ohio to a eastern critic is one of is to a style of The This Story Will in This It and Ice Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture PI3nos1Etc a Specialty NO 19 NorthMaln Street Both Phones J M Law 60 S Wain 3EKDLETON At Law uC S Kaln St 1jI SHOE ECO We are for shoe economy neIand old Let us fit the old now and measure en for the future also SAMPLE SHOE STORE N Main St I Persian pr A wound inflfcted by weapons ured1but nevera wounds inflicted A i ii t i 1t S X You are always welcome to com- e1re and examine our extensive line of doors sashes wainscoting and othtrJiigh millwork It is WOrkOf which we are Every detail is carefully construct ed bymill experts the sawing planing finish and general is Our are low considering We ask your inspection CQSINCORPORATED D === ==A NEW SERIAL Her Infinite Variety BRAND WHITLOCK Toledo ppliticsbyAccording literary Mr Whitlock the writers who helping establish distinctive American fiction Opening Installment of Interesting Appear Paper Next Week Watch for ConkwigM Co PROFESSIONAL CARDS STEflNSONttorney VJinchesterKv UK iH Attorneys WInchesX OIlYI have your onesI 24 verbImay- be the tontre5 rl work unsurpass2d prominent Transfer GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester Ky Cor Broadway and Highland EE GILBERT BOTTO FOR Fresh 3 Cured Meats a Pith Vegetables Coufltry Produce iBOTH PHONES OPERA HMISE ILooKf Mosquitos HIPPY Hunting Grounds A visitor to the canal zone of Pana ma can have the privilege of an In troduction to not less than 83 specieS of mosquitoes 30 of 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STAGE SCENE FROM STROW6HEART THE GREAT COLLEGE PLAY At Opera House Thursilay March 18d4sSinonghearl There isalltTl excitement ofn rejrtilor iootbiill jfome in Hlronj IjesUvt ruSVoiio cts every hi tor the entliu iisiH over the ouconnter which lakc ificiin the second act of the playt9c1hltr almost as if in the Stadium miJlWateluii g the athletes as they oiip And dovn the gridiron r rr LTHE AMERICAN PRESS POSTAL WFC tMAT1ON T JS McKinlcy of Orient Ohio Dresidcnt of tHe Ohio State League of has prepared and is s cdt4e following iiifUrination with vregard to the postal service how the people may help When jou address yoiir letters or cat SAwilir see that the adilresl Is plainly wiition 1ibst let ters Hostearo improperly addressed you hftvljbelJer use a pen and ink Whenyou address a letter see that yqtfcppoll cqnsre ft t r Jiave namcs Doiitr write Cin for Cincin i1atior tot 1fiCo umhns Whin you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and post mark in the upper tight hand corner Postmarks often blur your addi Ass Do 1JotPIt1itin in newspapers t i you o the conlLS first bkass miil and yduy mttstl pay c=two cents ituI ounce or ybivTuwj liable to a fine ll J J Written ofCypG riUchiletcipplaq t 4 fcIlI r rw til L awn t r t it battling for the ball It is perhaps one of the most thrilling moments of the entire play everywhere has been conceded the climnx of cnlloge realism as shown on the stage Evervwlicje audiences go wild in cutliusiasm over this scene and there is little question of the l reception which sSlronsfhearl will receive here u f and ed in unsealed cnvoldpes are subject to the same rate of postage as when sealed two cents an ounce Post cards in transparent louver lopes wilLgp at the rate one cent if unsealed provided there is nothing more tha lithe address of the oiic to receive it and and the name 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 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if water is free from organic pollution place a lumpy of suiffar in a bottle nearly fullapcarkup If after thus and keeping the bottle in the light for fll1apparent roJll1IISarcastic jftierv Taks H sdl FreHcb Toosharpsa catsthe scabbrdE t rdi i f d t 1w r zaatrl x f rr Capital a i SjooiooeI UndividedRrofits Sidoood i THE WinebasIerBankt3 i f WINCHESTER KY I N HIPPWIC HER PQONi1 ioPIU 1J iJI j j W R SPHARrt r tCA4tWti j j Q0TSqqR Ti t lO 1 t r r Ift CIW PtIt isLNo maim dares d ate taTied woiaan Ji iIi HM4tii ietfi ro tiliR jk 4 i jf a i t o r Jf + ok d4t r i 1 tP lr l Pk J J l f I tt i T t i C j PaSixS THE WINCHESTER NEWS OPERATORS ARE STANDGs I Persist In Refusal to Treat With lewis irrr lINERS WILL MEET TODAY wiarl Convention of Three An jthraclte Districts to Consider Prop Position of Mine Owners to Renew Present Agreement For Period of Throe Years Workers Will Insist on Recognition of United Mine- Workers of America r Philadelphia March 13Tie con ference between the subcommittee ofI tha anthracite mine workers and op l erators to arrange a new agreement toVgo into effect at the expiration of the present working arrangement cane toan end without result While the prospects are not as bright as they were for a peaceful settlement there is still hope that radical action by either side will be avoided The executive boards will today sue a call for a convention of the miners of the three anthracite dis iricts to be held jn one of the mining towns for the purpose of considering plans for further action and then will follow another conference with the operators before March 31 The coun ter proposition of the mining compa t nl 8 to renew the present agreement- for another term of three years will be placed before the convention by the executive boards of the workmen National President Lewis of the union said that the suggestion for another conference came from the oper ators After the conference the following statement was given out The joint meeting of the mine workers com mittee camg to an end without an agreement being reached Mr Lewis made another clear statement of the mine workers position He reviewed the various demands giving special emphasis to the question of recognition He maintained that he and his committee represented the organized mine workers and that if not recog nized as representative of the organ ization they had no standing and could venture to sign no contract- which would bind anybody He said that the committee was speaKing strictly In the interest of the anthracite districts and were not attempting to subordinate the anthracite to the bituminous interests The operators repeated their intention to deal with the committee itS representatives of the anthracite mine workers and not as officers of the union They renewed their offer to continue the present agreement for a term pi three years and this was their final proposition Mr Lewis requested that it be put in writing and the operators answered that it could be considered as an exact duplicate of the one made in 1906 Tney called atetntlon to the number of the page of the minutes of the meetings in 1906 upon Which the proposition ap peared 6 It was understood that another conference would be held after Mr Lewis and his committee presented the operators proposition to a con vention of mine workers The miners leader before the con- Vention stated positively that the miners representatives would not sign an agreement unless it was ex plicitly provided In it for recognition of the United Mine Workers of Amer- Ica There Is a possibility of the men continuing at work without an agree ment and striking at the various col lieries as grievances come up if they are not adjusted by the superinten dents of these mines This it is pointed out would be a return to tho chaotic conditions that prevailed prior to the strike of 1902 when there were strikes every day in all sections of the anthracite regions making the amount of coal production from day to day uncertain NiGht RIDER RETURNS I Herschel Hogg Tires of Hiding at Home on Reelfoot Lake Union City Tenn March 13Hir sch l Hogg a confessed member of the band of night riders who killed Captain Quentin Rankln at Walnut Log and who escaped from jail at Dresden has returned and voluntarily surrendered to the jailer Hogg was one of the star witnesses for the tate il the recent night rider trials and his value as a witness in the coming trials is of the utmost impor tance Since his escape he had been in hiding at his home on Reelfoot 4S ilake i J r SMITH CINCHES VICTORY vNew York Bowler Easily Defeats CtevelandRlval Cleveland 0 March 13One of thegreatestfndivtdual bowling contests eyer held was concluded here yhen Jimmle Smith champion bowler of New York was declared the win ner over Louis Franz champion of Cleveland Ina series of 30 gamest final score was Smith 6360 Franz 51995 giyfng Smith a victory of 567 pins and a grand average of 21tlipi s a game Franzs grand avraleper g1IM 5wu 193 31O- Ii 1rT4 k J rtJ T t t IT I B0THTfACTIONSCLAIMVICTORY Insurgents and Democrats Form Alliance COMPROMISE IS REJECTED Senator Cummins Fails In Effort to Heal Breach In Republican Con gresslonal Ranks Bolters Promise 30 Votes to Minority on Any Proposition They May NameWill Not Oppose Reelection of Speaker Can non at Tonights Caucus Washington March 13Three Im portant developments occurred in the insurrection against the adoption in the house of the rules of the Sixtieth congress to govern the incoming con gress A compromise fathered by Senator Cummins of iowa and presented to the regulars by President Taft failed to unite the Republican members What is pronounced as a satisfac tory working agreement was entered into by the Republican insurgents and the Democrats The name of Theodore Roosevelt was introduced as an insurgent sympathizer The compromise was one the in surgents have had under considera tion ever since the report became cur rent that President Taft desired a postponement of the fight on the rules lest it might delay the passage of a tariff bill It provided for the reelection of Speaker Cannon and the adoption of the rules of the Sixtieth congress for the special session After the organization of the house on Mon CHAMP CLARK Leader of Democratic Minority In House of Representatives day it was provided that a resolution should be passed authorizing a committee to investigate the rules and report on proposed changes at the regular session in December It was proposed that the insurgents should be allowed to name four of their num ber for the committee the Democrats six and the regulars five The latter five were to be represented by Mann of Illinois Currier of New Hampshire Kiefer of Ohio Smith of Iowa and Stevens of Minnesota For the regulars Former Represen tative Watson of Indiana replied that the compromise was acceptable if amended so as to allow the speaker to appoint the committee due regard being given to the insurgents in its composition The leaders of the insurgents subsequently declared they would accept no such suggestion It is believed President Taft will exert his Influence to bring the two branch es of the party together however For more than two hours the steer ing committee of the insurgents were in conference with a committee representing the Democrats Repre senatives Gardner Madison Nelson Hubbard and Hinshaw were present for the insurgents and Minority Leader Clark and Representative Un derwood of Alabama for the Demo crats The Insurgents it is said con vinced the Democrats that they could deliver 30 votes for any proposition they desired to propose on Monday The Democrats promised to furnish 170 votes against the previous ques tion motion on the adoption of the old rules This is the full Democratic strength less two there being one vacancy on account of death and one member being seriously ill As 195 will be a majority the allied forces claimed the victory The regulars claim to have the promise of several Democrats not to vote with their party for the various amendments and deny that the in surgent forces will number 30 I have never yet as whip fallen down on a poll of the house de- dared Former Representative Watson The organization will win in a walk Both Democrats and the insur gents say that no serious attempt will be made to defeat Mr Cannon for speaker The insurgents will be left to follow their personal inclinations along this line At the Republican caucus tonight it is planned to bind the party to voteI for Mr Cannon and for the adoption of the rules Several Of the insur gents will not attend At the Dem i lMJ- 5c h r 4 f I CAPTAIN QUALTROUGH OF THE BATTLESHIP GEORGIA WHO WAS TRIED BY COURT MARTIAL AT GIBRALTAR Captain Edward F Qualtrough of the United States battleship Georgia preferredbyand for twenty years has been considered one of the most efficient officers In the service He Is a native of Rochester N L The specific charge made against him was that he was under the influence of liquor while attending a reception at Tangier Captain Qualtrough entered a general denial The CaptainKossuthtain Joseph B Murdock of the Rhode Island Captain Hugo Osterhaus of the Connecticut and Captain Charles E Vreeland of the Kansas Major Dion Wil llama acted as judge advocate =c= == == = = == = = = ocratic caucus Monday morning it Is intended to bind the members 10 vote against the rules WILL FIGHT COFFEE TAX Democrats May Urge Inheritance Tax to Embarrass Opposition Washington March 13The Dem ocrats in the house will oppose the establishment of a duty on coffee and the provision of the new tariff bill for the reestablishment of the stamp tax on checks bonds and stocks If the Republicans do not provide for an inheritance tax in the new bill the Democrats declare they will fight to have an amendment made to the bill which would assess a tax on lega cies and it is said would in this way embarrass the Republicans on ac count of the recommendations of Presidents Roosevelt and Taft J iBryson Succeeds Herrmann Pittsburg March 13 Robert H Brys6n of Indianapolis was elected president of the American bowling congress to succeed August Herr matinSbf Cincinnati who declined reelection because he is a candidate for grand exalted ruler of the Elks j CHILDREN CREMATED TWO Tots teurn to Death in Absence I of Parentsj 13Whllehome two children of Granville Miller aged two years and one month respectively were burned to death at Normantown Gilmore county How the fire started is not known Puddlers Get Advance Youngstown 0 March 13Wages- of puddlers were advanced 12 cents per ton by the terms of the bimonthly settlement between the mill operators and the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers in Pitts burg The puddling rate is now 5373JOINT MEETING IS POSTPONED City and County Boards of Education to Meet Next Saturday On account of the serious illness of County School Superintendent Tanner father the joint meeting of the city and county Boards of Education that was to have been held Saturday morning was postponed until next Saturday Tliinfeejiug was to have been held for thcLcjtarposc of deciding definite ly Qf proposition of the city and countyJointly building a High School TRY A NEWS WANT v ADVERTISEMENT 4 i riSlr J i 1 t Hc TEACHERS ARE VERY- SCARCE IN STATE State Superintendent J G Crabbe Issues Bulletin of Ex animations State Superintendent of Education J G Crabbe has issued the follow big bulletin to those wjio may be Interested in beepming teachers The recent enactment of the State Legislature which provides for the establishment of one or more Count High Schools flu each county of the State will increase the existing sear city of teach tls In numerous coun ties of the Slate ninny of the pub lic schools have bucn without teachers for two years past ami the demand for High School teachers will increase the scarcity There is a splendid field in Kentucky and a great opportunity for trained teachers All persons irmst be examined and interested parties should write to the County Superintendent of Schools or the Department of Education Teachers in the ruralschools are elected on the last Saturday in June July and August A list of the State examinations with dates follows Examinations For 1909 1 Common school diploma white ind colored January 29 30 2 Common school diploma white land colored May 14 15 3 County certificate white May 21 22 4 Comity certificate colored May 28 29 5 Com tf tcidificate white June JL8V19 0 Stata certificate white June 1819 7 Countyi certificate colored June 2y2Gv ih 8 State certificate colored Juno 2520 9 State eliplonui white and col ored June 30f 10 County certificate white July 16 17 11 Cojiiity certificate colored July 23 24 t 12 Counly Superintendent qual ification July 3O31 13 County certificate white August 20 21 C 14 State certificate white Aug ust 20 21y15 State diploma white and colored August 25 16 Count Htw rintendent qualification August 2 17 County certficatewhite August 272S 18 Statec rtificate colored August 27 28 jThis list cyei5all the examina tions for the yearl909 and no special examiliation will be authorized4 ij 4 rs ttk j BOSTON UNION MEN PARADE TOMORROW Forty Thousand Will Protest Against Jailing Gompers Boston March 13The greatest labor demonstration in the history of Boston will take place tomorrow Forty thousand men members of the unions of this city will march in pa rade and attend mass meetings as a protest against the sentencing of President Gompers Vice President Mitchell and Secretary Morrison of the American Federation of Labor for contempt of court The announced purpose of the demonstration is to voice the prtest of the workincmen of Boston and vicin ity against the abuse of the injunction process by the judiciary the encroach ments by the courts on the constitu tional rights of free speech free press trial by jury and other rights guaran teed by the constitution and to take further steps to secure legislation to define and limit the powers of judges in injunction cases Members of more than 300 Boston unions have declared their purpose of marching in the parade The proces sion will be followed by big meetings in the afternoon In historic Faneuil hall and elsewhere Miners Want Pensions Massillon 0 March 13 Francis Savage of Justus executive board member of subdistrict No3 district No6 United Mine Workers of Amer ica startled the convention here by urging that a demand be made on the operators for a pension fund for the benefit of aged men who spend their lives in the mines in the employ of one company THE MARKUS 40IChicago Cattle Steers 5 007 cows 3 GO5 50 heifers J 25G 00 bulls 3 405 25 stockers and feeders 3 305 30 Calves3 50S 25 Sheep and LambsSheep S3 lOf6 25 lambs 56 007 75 yearlings 5 C07 25 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 85G 95 butchers 80G 90 light mixed 6 70 6 choice light 75G 85 packing to 75G 80 pigs 5 25G 10 Wheat Xo 2 red 51 21JZ 1 2Hi CornNo36- G iG7c OatsNo3 53 A55o East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tIe 00G 60 shipping steers 5515 butcher cattle 5 506 50 heifers 005 75 cows 3 505 00 bulls 3 50 5 25 Calven Best 009 50 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 5 505 75 wethers 5 756 25 ewes 255 75 lambs 757 90 yearlings 757 00 Hogs Heavies 7 25 mediums 7 10fj 15 Yorkers 00 pigs 40 stags 50t5 00 roughs 756 00 Plttsburg Pa Cattle Choice 650- 75 prime 6 30G 50 tidy butchers 5 505 90 heifers 3 505 cows bulls and stags 52 50f 25 fresh cows 25 00050 00 Calves Veal 56 50 Sheep and LambsPrime wetliers 55 fj6 00 good mixed 5 505 80 lambs 6 00S 00 hogsPrIme heavy hogs 57 107 25 mediums 57 007 05 heavy Yorkers 95clj7 00 light Yorkers 56 90 pgs 55 SOG 25 Cleveiand OCattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 25 fat steers 5 756 00 heifers 54 2ii5 25 cows 52 503 50 hulls 53 0001 IO milkers and springer 525 0055 00 Culvos 59 00 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 55 005 73 wethers 55 00 ewes 55 50 lambs 6 00ijJ7 75 Hogs Mixed 95 heavies 0J mcdlums 57 00 Yorker 6 506 95 pigs 56 25 roughs 56 25 stags 55 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red CSCSycOatsNo2Lard9 9010 00 Bulk Meats9 37V Bacon 510 50 Hogs 55 6007 15 Cattle2 756 35 Sheep 52 255 50 Lambs5 2S8 00 Toledo OWIlCnt 51 23 corn oats Bjc rye S3c cloverseed 5 32 MT STERLING WINS 2165 DAMAGE SUIT Court of Appeals Affirms Judgment of the Circuit JutJne of Montgomery MT STERLING Ky March 13 In the suit of Mr James C Elam against the citv of Mt Sterling of 2165 damages the city is the victor Mr Elaras horse ran away scaring at some stone which the city put on the sides of the Leeoike and he was seriously injured After his recovery he sued the city alleging the amount of damages named above for person al injuries and claiming the city re ponsible for the accident The city claimed the right to put the stone on the road and also that a horse which would scare at them was unsafe at any time The Circuit Court here gave peremptory instruction for the city Elam appealed the case and this week the Appellate Court at Frankfort affirmed the judgment of the lower court here and Elam loses out Good Prices For Land Dr J A Vansaut has sold to T J Thomas and M OCockrell 35 acres of lund adjoining their pIoperty on the Winchester pike for 200 per acre and then tmrchased from Mrs Dawsoa Thurston of JMinneapdlis Minn about 130 acres of land fronting on the Owingsville pike and being part of the old fair grounds property The price paid was about 93 per acre Possession of both tracts to be given at once For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST 248tf SubsnnD3 For The Fcws JJ sr t j = 1 IS 5j OPERA HOUSE CommencingMonday Continuing all week- fhe Jefferson Stock- Company IN REPERTOIREWith High Class Vaudeville BETWEEN ACTS PRICES II 150 25C 350 Seats on sale at Usual Place Remember the Date rme Winchetser Thursday March I8 The Mightiest THeat rical Achievement- of Modern Times ROBERT GAillARD IN Strongheart The Great College Play Magi cally Transferring to Your- Self that Exciting Life on the Football Fiel- dPRICES 5Oc to 15O Seats on sale Monday at 9a m at CookNunnalley Drug Store DWELLING ROUSE- 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having addressed the lat teras the former Montague Mat thew observed that it was strange he should make such a mistake as there was as great a difference between them ag between a horse chestnut and a chestnut horse Xt fL rJ SSS CLASSI COL Classified Per Wo Onehalf cent per word p tion 5 cents per calender Nothing counted less tha words No item charged books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime ra teeFor 250 lines or more used witlu one year 4 cents a 5line f Bo you want to buy Do you want to sell Do you want to rout lE ITHE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE CR RENT Two deSir- able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner of Buiiu and Beckucr Y7 P AZBILtT211lmo FOR SALE Cheap guapjibphpne JplgeMOlJ1R B this office 19tf WANTED Sewing at home orin families MRS HADDBtf 21 Taylor avenue 215lirio WANTEDT0 buy clean rugs Ap ply at The News office 2iLf WIRE FENCEI still build nil kinds Pof wire fence Ii in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf FOR RENTTwo houses NtTTAYLOR 2lTtf FOR SALEOld papers for sale at this office 216tf FOR SALEA good work horse Ap ply at News office or call 655 Home phone 225tf FOR RENT Cottage No 10 Hick hian street five rooms and bath Write T L PHILLIPS 112 Dallas street San Antonio Texas or ap ply to JOHN C BEAN 3fltf FOR SALE Three gas heating stoves for sale cheap Apply No 10 Hickman street 3Gtf FOR RENT One house GEO FOX ionic phone 655 392f FOR SALE16good 050pound homegrown heifers Address E R ALLEN Winchester Ky R R No2 Home phone 868 310Ct- WANTEDTO tike orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone Gp- 43111ruo FOR SALELadys sidesaddle 1 Stephens rifle and a lotyof house hold furniture cheap Apply at jlis office 313lt WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in RqhlcrMillsbest made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal Injurious Only to Pedestrian smoothl7alongfields And they sayher red lips curled in a disdainful smileuthey say that the jar of automobiling is injurious to the nerves Pooh he sneered it is only foot passengers who say that And he steered with splendid skill straight at a fttQldman with a sack of grain on his tiack He Wanted Some The banquet table was spread and the guests about to be summoned Are you sure that there are no reporter present anxiously asked the host of the butler Ive made certain of It sir Then hustle out and get a few rejoined the host District of Columbia The District of Columbia comprises an area of 69245 square miles The government consists of two civilian prosdentone army engineer offlcar detailed by nsttutlngthree years s Patience Unconquerable iHe that has patience maciipea anythlngRabelais t e r 1j 7 tt 5rt5lf c