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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J y i 1at1 1Jf TW irL i l stditiOn f ln T T h1tt fl VOL NO 133 WINCHESTER KY THURSDAY MARCH 18 1909 CENTS A COPY 11 CENTS WEEK II NEW TRIAL IS GRANTED BY f JUDGE BENTON IN BURNS CASE Against Clark County Construction Company In Which Plantitf Secured Yv Verdict For 5001 Damage Judge Benton Thursday morning granted a now trial in the 10000 damage suifc of F L Burns of Lex i i gtQn against the Clark County Construction Company which was triedVatjUhe last term of court and resulteeXin a verdict for the plaintiff of 15000 It will be remembered that Mr Burns is engineer a Chesapeake and Ohio train No 22 that passes through this city at iuoon each day and while making his run through this city in September 1907 he was struck on the arm in his engine by a flying rock from a blast that had been set off in a quarry of the construction company adjoining the railway prop erty in the northwestern part of the cityb what he claimpd a permanent injury The case was tried at the last term of court whichr was heM in January and resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff for the amountstatedabove No reasons for the new trial are given MR SAM JETT RETURNS FROM WASHINGTON TRIP His Son Hansfcrd Takes His Place As Page in Congress Mr Sam Jctt returned Wednesday from Washington He reports that his son Hansford took his place Monday Page in the lower house 0 Congress We predict for that 11111othcriinr 1rooilCe bfwetrlrerr 8ftnn 1 rind it was because of his interest in rIne contest of Mr Cannon against the ihiuiigents that he was prevented from coming to Kentucky Mr Jett says that Mr Langley is the busiest man in Washington tliw MERCHANT TAILOR OPENS IN WINCHESTER Mr John Adams has opened a merchant tailor department with a full line of foreign and domestic woolens over J H Keyes clothing store mid proposes to cater to the Win chester and outoftown trade BUYS SPRING GOODS Mr Matt Bean returned yesterday r from the Kauffman Buggy Wdrks at Columbus Ohio where he lias been lot Jcing after the interest of his bus iness While there Mr Bean purchased his spring line of harness and vehicles which is the handsomest and best line of their kind ever brought to this city The harness will be ready for sale court day and Mr Bean will be gald to have his cal and see him i t Jl ti i t j r j 1r Mii l A 1 Jl t 1Et Jt rj bz11k 111All at6r ytt a ht fd THE WINCHESTER NEWS1 2 A 4 ii I A an on as ALL READY AT- AUDITORIUM For Crack of Starters Pistol in the Indoor Track Meet Fri day Night All is in readiness for the starters pistol in the athletic contests that are to be pulled off at the Auditorium Friday night The number of entries has far exceeded all expectations and a new event has been added in the running broad jumpThc men have be practising on the course at the rink over the hurdles and have been doing splendid work in the high dive and high jump Some new college records may be hung up The audience will have their first chance to See tlie tent of the im provements that have been made on the building which will be a great surprise to most of them The entire area under the roof has been arched over with steel sheeting and the soft tints of the coloring and the neat appearance of the whole house will be a revelation to old pat rons The sides of the building have been coiled ill and without narrowing the skating surface one foot the place has been made wonderfully more attractive Tomorrow night will 1Q the first time for some days jtliat skaters have been all wcd on the floor and will be the last night but one lor skating tins year The proposed list of officials for the contests is as follows V I Moore manager George S Dalgety Clerk C lIe Bowen and Austin Reeves timers D B Scobee Jeff Stewart and Jas Phillips judges The contests begin promptly at S p 111amI will close about 9 There will be skating before and after the feature events and the general admission price will be 25 cents This will of course include privilege of skating CLYDE GAINES BACK AT THE OLD STAND Stable Destroyed By Fire Has Been RebuiltNew Outfit Put in By Owner The stable on Court street that was occupied by Mr Clyde Gaines that was damaged by fire some time ago has been repaired and Mr Gaines has moved back to his old stand where he will be glad to have his friends call and see him Mv hones buggies were all destroyed by fire and he has stocked himself fwith r earsriages and harness t rTo Advertise Enough I sYJNot Always Po slbleRut l Some Progress in That 0 Direction May Be Made 4 Enough advertising would give yourbusiness an immediate jumpgive it an impulse forward which nothing couldcheck J If therefore you COULC advertise enough your prosperityproblem would be quickly solved k What you CAN DO NOW is to reach out in the advertisinbgsacrilice t Jithe best and the biggest advertisers In your line you make other things pay for the adver tising up to the of partial adequacy after j thinsjp it fS 5 Li j CxrwJwJ th rj17 f Iif ifJ j 1i 1 i iI m llit I h a t1 fl 1 fi t l 1 MIr l 1 1t i t J DOUGLAS RQBINSOX THEODORE ROOSEVELT LAWRENCE F ABBOTT MB ROOSEVELT ON THE WAY TO THE OUTLOOK OFFICE IN NEW YORK WHERE HE IS Ali EDITOR Mr Roosevelt was not long in taking up his duties as an c1ltoron the Outlook In New York after his retirement from office On his first day at the Outlook he reached New York froni Oyster Bay at 9 oclock in the morning and was at his desk dictating to a corps of stenographers before 10 He would not talk to newspaper reporters but the camera artists were on hand and made snapshots of him as he was about to enter his ofiice The accom pan lng illustration was reproduced from one of these snapshots The man carrying the overcoat is Douglas Robinson Mr Roosevelts brother inlbw and the man with his hand up la Lawrence F Abbott of the Outlook TWODuflotH ARE DESTROYED Fire Starts in Boys Dormitory at WilmoreLoss is Not Yet Known Special to The News WILMOBE Ky March ISFire started in Music Hal a portion of true boys dormitory and rapidly spread to the main building of As bury College and both buildings Tore burned to the ground The Methodist church and parsonage became ignited but were soon extinguished About forty boys occupy Music Hall One boy limb was badly crushed 1a piano falling on it Xo other injured The loss is not yet known WARRAtn SENT TO JUDGE EVANS T Reimburse Clark County in the Sum of 272705 As Provided By Last Congress r The warrant on the Treasury of the United States to pay Clerk coun ty272705 for the bridge over the Kentucky River which was provided fur in the bill urged by Judge Evans on Congressman Langley and which the latter succeeded in having pass ed at the recent of Congress was received by Judre Evans Wed nesday f OLLIE JAMES STANDS BY MINORITY LEADER Refuses Committee Assignment an Cannon Releases Hint Though the House Votes No WASHINGTON Marcli 18Mes srs Bartlett of Georgia and Ollie James of Kentucky made good their caucus pledge not to accept commit tee appointments unless first approved by their minority leader Sir Clark and flatly refused to serve on the committee oil Mileage the mem bership of which was announced bS the Speaker No objection was made because of BartletVs attitude nired the mote eftlfe House lelrpOiUe Janies s was excused by baker al tio b it was mi rotewa 5 H1 1 IB It r l f 7 yir fFfJ i a KtNT C ll AJSIAfLE Will Be Well Represented at the Great AlaskaYukonPa cific Exposition JSpecial to The News SEATTLE Wash March 18 The S ate of Kentucky evidently realities Unit the AlaskfttYnkonPacific Exposition to open at Seattle June 1 will be an excellent means of ad vertising for the totfornor has appointed a tioministiion to arrange for participation at thin Pacific oxhibition and the Blue Grays SQfcp will be well represented This wns r encouraging news to thousands of former Ken tuckians now residents of Washington Oregon and CJalftoinia who de sire to see their State represented in some manner at the ox position Kentucky at Seattle Kentucky is following the lend of several Eastern sand Middle Western States in this matt iiaid when the exposition opens iuI a couple of months this grand oUt Southern State will be there with flying colors and will join with the Western States in extending a welooma to the world at large on the shores of the Pacific r Kentucky will have 110 need to be ashamed of represoniatifln at Seat tle for the exposition has long ago been pronounced as ie of the most jbeautifll1ever plannedand it will be a 1y a month before the opening entIpo as a whole is now more than ninety per cent complete and there still remains two months to add the finishing touches Government Exhibit The United Station government will have more space at Seattle for cx indrecent years not oxqeptihg the gren fairs at St Louis and Chicago The government structures are fast nearing completion on Uncle Sam will have separate buildings in which to house the displays from Alaska Han waii and the Philippines The building will show the exhibits from tIm various departments at Washington and other buildings will be used by the government fisheries and the biograph department yr Among the larger State buildings OIl the grounds will be the handsome structures erected by Oregon Wash ingtoiv California iild New York Canada leas a magnificent building and the Grant Triiitk railroad a dig jiified iQokujg sli ctttreliiear The ai is Mi iMvAltlw i1Utoto t r t iJ iftI L c1qJII 4 1 f r j COMMITTEE IS- INVESTIGATING Site For New City Hall Building and Will Report to Next Councili The committee to which The matter of purchasing the Court View Hot property as a site for a City Hal building at the last meeting of the City Council has the matter undei investigation but no particular new item has developed in the transaction yet The committee is to report the result of their investigation at the next meeting of the Council TO OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT i ThcAlH1itorium Skating Rink will open for the last time this season Saturday afternoon and night and all requestIcdSaturday as all left after that time will be boxed up nntjl next scasonI AN EASTER BAZAAR The ladys of the congregation of St Josephs Catholic churchwill give a bazaar ill some of the vacant store rooms on Main street about Easter time the proceeds of which are to go towards help building a new church forestry building Arctic Brotherhood perIUniversity of Washington Many Buildings Finished The manufactures mines fisheries foreign place oriental building as well as the group of government buildings form the main picture of- the exposition and surround the Cas cades and geyser basin the main oriental features of the fair The majority of the buildings were finished three months ago and the structures now iu the course of con struction will be Complete in several weeks The landscaping of the grounds is progressing and every street rind walk has been paved with asphalt The amusement street at the expo sition is called the Pay Streakand there will be assembled some of the greatest shows in the history of the amusement world The departments special events has set aside July 3Das Kentucky Day when it is pro posed to have as many native Ken tuckians possible assemble oh the ex position grounds to do credit to their State Appropriate addresses will be made and a social prbgramj carried r r 1I 4r- i t L iipt a kw itJitfj 1 f- It 7 t f t Ji4 n i WEATHE i PAYNE DESIRES PROMPT ACTION i ON II NEW TARIFF SCHEDULES V House Committee Tackles Bill ThursdayThe Dftaie Will Besti Monday In The tee J Washington March 18 The full membership of the house committee on ways and means including Demo crats as well as Republicans will today take up the consideration of the Payne tariff bill It is Chairman Paynes desire to get the bill reported to the house at the earliest possible moment but it is not likely that the general debate will begin before Monday Minority Leader Clark announced that he would make every effort in the committee as he would on the floor of the house to have the bill amended and for that reason would ask for longer time than proposed by the Republican leaders He added however that he would not press for more time for the preparation of a minority report as that could be formulated as well after the bill had been reported as before Mr Paynes inclination is to get the bill into the house at the earliest practicable moment and his plans are so complete that It is not believed he will yield for a mere plea to offer amendments which the minority as well as the majority know will not be acceted It is probable that a compromise will be reached and that the Demo cratic members will accept a proposition which will permit them to pre sent their amendments on the floor Mr Clark Indicated that his principal plea would be for that privilege He said he did not consider general de bate as of nearly as much importance as the discussion of the bill para graph by paragraph with the oppor tunity to suggest changes in the vari ous schedules It is therefore prob able that if Mr Payne and his fellow Republican members of the committee concede this privilege the Demo crats Will accept it In lieu of a semi = lar privilege in committee and make no serious protest against the immediate reporting of the bill No announcement as to the length of time that will be given for debate has been made and Mr Payne is quite wary on this point The Ding ley bill was under discussion in the house for only ten days and of that time four days were devoted to general debate It was considered under a rule fixing the hours of meeting limiting the time of debate and pre scribing the method of offering amendments The Democrats still remember that under the regulation concerning amendments they found no opportunity to force test votes on particular schedules Under the rule the committee could present amend ments at any time but individual members could only suggest changes in the schedules under consideration As the entire six days were devoted to the first schedule dealing with chemicals and drugs they found very little opportunity to make effective suggestions They probably will re sistsuch a rule for the consideration of the present bill Whether there will be any rule reg ulating the consideration of the Payne bill remains to be seen It Mr Paynes present purpose to begin the general debate before asking to have a rule brought in and whether any will be ordered probably will de pend on circumstances He expects also to give somewhat more time for the consideration of the bill by the house than was given to the Dingley measure It is recalled that the debate on Mr Dirigleys proposition was begun on March 22 twelve years ago the same day of the same month on which the general discussion of the Payne bill begins On the former occasion all discussion ended and a vote was taken on March 31 Senator Aldrich chairman of the senate committee on finance which will deal with the bill In the senate called a meeting of the Republican members of the committee for today with the idea of immediately begin ning consideration of the house meas ure The finance committee suffered seriously from the defeats of the recent elections and as a consequence the Republican membership numbers only four senators They are Messrs Aldrich of Rhode Island Burrows of Michigan Penrose of Pennsylvania and Hale of Maine Mr Aldrich says however that they can take ui the bill as a subcommittee and he hopes to have them do so Mr Aldrich declared that he had not looked at the house bill and he declined to make any comment upon it It Is known however that many senators make serious objection to the changes from the present law and the hope is now hero expressed that the bill will not be materially amended before it leaves the senate Senator Hale chairman of the Re pxblieaacaucus Is among those who find the bill objectionable ultrbt i V yycl iiiJvK 2 q M 7 foj 1r f j h 1lTilE sIotrCI t war Is- eitht takt late tIIiJIt sd fsiley is a L paIour state and we shall resist the chang with the utmost possible vigor Mr Hale authorized this statement but while ho found many of the fea tures to be objectionable from his point of view he declined to specify them He predicted that tile bill would be before congress for the nextfthree months or more The committee on finance will not grant any hearing but will consider any written or printed statements which may be presented to It One of the most significant features of the Payne bill is the new drawback provision It extends this prfvI- lege so that an Amerjfcan manufacturer need not use the material which lie has imported in order to secure the refund duties which he has pald on his material It he uses materials produced in this country in equal amount wits the material which he has imported he will be entitled to the drawback benefits provided tke domestic materials are of equal productive manufacturing quality and value The inheritance tax provision of the bill is similar to the New York state law It provides a tax of 5 per cent on all inheritances over 500 that are collateral inheritances in which strangers are the legatees In cases of direct inheritance the taxes prescribed are On 10000 to 100 1 000 1 per cent on 100000 io 500 000 2 per cent and on those over 500000 3 per cent It is estimated that 20000000 annually will be derived from this tax The Inheritance tax provisions ex empt from taxation any property bo quested to any religious educational charitable missionary benevolent hospital or Infirmary Incorporation Personal property other than money or securities bequeathed toa corPo- ration or association organized exclu sively for the moral or mental im provement of men or women or for scientific patriotic or similar pur poses is made exempt from the tax A discount of 5 per centum is provided for if the tax Is paid within six months from the time it is due An interest will be charged and collected at the rate of 10 per cent a year If the tax is not paid within 18 months from the time it accrued If an es tate is tied up in necessary litigation 6 per cent interest will be charged A special agent to conduct Investi gations to secure the efficient enforce ment of the inheritance tax is provided for at a salary of 3000 a year In order to prevent the confusion which attended the enforcement of the DIngley bill oti the day on which it became a law the Payne bill Is not to take effect until the day after it Is enacted The estimated revenue under the tariff duties prescribed In the bill amount to 300000000 This Is1 an r increase of about 16000000 over tHe Dingley bill The principal changes in the existing schedules are as follows Coois left on the free list No chang Is made in the tax on beer A tax of 8 cents a pound is levied on tea coming from the country where it is produced and 9 cents on tea coming from other countries Tea is on the free list In the DIngley law Wood pulp coming from coun try that does not have an export duty on certain forest products is to be admitted free Printing paper duty is reduced from 6623 and 50 per cent according to value The tariff on lumber Is reduced 50 per cent and the same is true of steel rails and nome other steel products Coal is placed on a reciprocal basis ImJlcmeptsTheycountry thaladmts free similar art cles from tills country i Wool of the first and second class Is unchanged The same is true of oil A reduction df Scents oer 100 pounds is made fa refined sugar Iron ore llpliedon the free IllstI Hides are fre and shoes reduced 40 per cent The greaerpart of the increases have been placed oft luxuries and cuts have beenmade where it was thought they would increase the revenue to the best advantage To provide against panic conditions there Is reenacted the provision for the issuance of certificate to lum one year to replenish the treasury vale Ing the amount front tlOOOWjOjWio 250000000 the amount suftctemt to provide at any tiiM acftiMt tWO three years of PTMWMI WllBMi con t1OM d Ii SUBSCRIE OR iTHE EWivrK i JL f r 1it it t ftI r j i pA 2 I 1 JA1t1rlJo Jijl J t l 4 i h j s k i iJ i t i A IjjiIi j cI AfN Kir rY t rPn r Qc yt 4 T1 r w4 e it i i 6 f r rw10k i ag I iJy WIwr THE WINCHESTERr tt T liiSfW tlM TK 1 Cter JIW1rI t orllteiL i gf4tcrWthchester Kentucky I 1f txet S fay r lji a4at seco1class matter ji ila ler 8 OOS at the post office lls1t yit1ea Ketuckunder the fj1t ti 3 1879 IiItCMpjtJ ti AT S carrf D 11vry y oniyear520ifiie- ekt rW1t4 vv 1o PiyaiJ1e aft office or to collector lj1rMk Mail Delivery 0 300 Slr montls i h 150 tJi Pa1ab1e in advance i i ADVERTISING RATES fiispIay Per Inch y v tao tie anedition 25 Kkree tiniest mthin one week 50 h4iwk continuously Loll jBirtf lndar month 300 ToiTweeksi four times a week 240 Four Weeks three times a week 180 Tefcr wtoeks twp times a week 120 Iou weeks one time a week 75 jTfeiwdi8C01ntsr3 mo the 10 per Mat 4 months 25 per gent on- eMrf3313peJeentj fleadfnfl ftbtlces =Per Line hoar ioiipes body type 7cPert ritding news headings 15u h Both Themes No91 1909cI VOTE FOR THE ROAD AMENDMENT ik tThere ife no question before the peoplecif Kentucky equal to that of iJood roadB Ifpartof the money now being expended by the gov ernmeiitviaie States and the coim ties was spent on the roads the re turfcs in substantial progress would be touch rgreaterAs a missionary agSncYi there is nothing equal to good roads We use the word mis sibnary in its broadest sense Good roils will enable the people to at tend the churches and the children to get t6 the Schools and thjs far mrS tk get their produce to mar keV Fein lands will be wort more Trade will be increased Social life will be improved Tbere Sii6thing that is good but wtokt wiik be made better by the establishment of good roads To getf a thorough system of roads it i itifeeeifeary to have Cooperation with all of the authorities and par Jt fij interested Government Bid iotily rquefltion of time At the election this fall an amendment to the Staie Constitution will be voted ail Sbitib features of our present Qbiistitufipn will appear to have lien adopted with the idea that tHe pebjpie cannot be trusted As it is X iid ran be given by the State in any form If the amend wont carriei it will give the Leg ialktuie tlievpbwer to enact equi table laM that will put on foot a comprehensive system for making ndwTroad6 where needed and im prdvibg those already established Vote for the amendment f A FLVELFO OT SHELF OF BOOKS tyre rnafse theKvOluineXhe would put on his Jfive fjopt shelf of books the reading wKicli for ten minutes a day would griFe any man a liberal education but the Space assigned could be made to inblude approximately three fourths of the 1unatE d Best Books listsofhicli have been drawn lip by Sir John Lek refteric Ham rson aiidrotner dualiftld judges Of lit 4 r 11cbound in one1 bf the liBrariSs of clrea preprints they would cost perhaps 20 less ttfan a collee tiutiori fcofon one term it wouldbe a sshelfful bf very sub stkntiallitefature not a best sell 0 t rer in the tot but Greek dramatists aiid fiistorfeHS Latin poets and oia tqirs JJajfje doethe Shakespearer Mife e rvGer antes juThe Pilgrims t Pt ri46fert4nd Tbl laid Ho doubt afonp with the works hf the great jnwrtars of ifunce strong meat for metttal digettions enfeebled by cur retV ietioii Y tin these books con salad reaaTlies tlieliasis of a wider cutr than is repjresentiSi by aB A i 7r J iJi lf2 t t y t i degree These are thebOQks that may profitar h1yybe read 11d reread sixteen flumes if necessary as MacU read Sir Charle Jrandison1 Such b tblsare not discussed at bridge luncheons The enormous sale of the libraries of cheap reprints in dicates the existence of a truer pop itlar taste for reading than is general believed Lights for gas and electricity We have what you want TS BUSH 318eodImoa- r r OPERA HOUSE StPonghekrtl A decidedly important theatrical offering of the Winchester Theatre on Tlmrsday March 18 will be the ap pearanc of Strongheart the reflex of college life which has proved such a great success for the past three Years The play which is a comedy drama of the best type vas written by William C De Mille and has earned columns upon columns of earns appreciation from the best critics Montana When Harry D Carey wrote Montana lie koew his subject ImvI ing spent several years on his ranch in Montana He understood the spirit of the West and how to stage it In a plot full of dramatic situations he has given a picture of the honesty lawlessness and daredevil humor of the Western cow country inter mingled with a beautiful love story that is essential to a playof this type Mr Carey has surpassed all former efforts in placing Montana before the public this season inasmuch as he has had entirely new scenery built added new and greater effects massivehwould not seem ot to untiring efforts The play will be at the opera house Saturday matinee andnight Lena Rivers Lena Rivers a dramatization of Mrs Alary J Holmes novel will be presented at the opera house mati nee and night Tuesday March 23I The presentation of the play has been awaited with a great deal of interest The comedy comes with the glitter and eclat of its New York and Boston engagements Those who witness the play will find in its scenes that are likely to be remembered for many days One of these the little bare footed Lena and the faithfulold Granny bidding farewell to the old home in Slocumville Mass as they start on their journey to their new home in the South Another is that of the party which brings together the heroine and her handsome South ern lover and serves also as an op portunity for the wearing of some of the most beautiful gowns ever seen in this city Burton Nixon has given the play a thoroughly adequate pro duction and the company is described as being one of much strength and cleverness it being identical to the engagef10000 FINE AGAINST REFINERY SUSTAINED FRANKFORT Ky March 18 The Court of Appeals has adjudged that the Indian Refining Company must pay a fine of 10000 for polluting the waters of Elkhorn Creekwith refuse oil caused by overflow from ScottYcounty The refining company was indicted in the Franklin Circiiit Court Resi dents along Elkhorn testified that the water was rendered unfit for dlrinking and thousands of fish killed by the oil in it The case was very bard fought in the lower court and attracted much interest The Difference Its funny what a difference ft makes said the woman whether we are eating dinner with the man la the little blue kitchen or at a table Abets If he feeds his ear with his sPoon In the little blue Jdt hen we Eatinghiswiping his fingers ll the table cloth and I dont care =at all Dp YOlI IIE i- 71T ift t 1 l the fAW1nchest rI Matinee and Nflgltt 1 SATURDAY1 1ARrtH ti j J r t u J i Of i Several Citizens For the Bali To the Editor of The News The club has decided to call their team The ersthis year owing to the fact that ve in point of fact arc the second in the State in the number of nIties We slave the ries Burt Brabb Lumber Mhfg Com pany The Ford Lumber Mnfg pany The Reliance Com any The Phoenix Company The Lumber The Scobee Williams Com The H L Stevens The Rol3 r Mills Com pany The Mansfield hill The Hagan Gas Eni The Eagle Casting The Crane Machine The Glove Factory The The D S Gay Seed Cleaner Fac tory The D SGay Hemp Factory The Ice Factory The Pop Factory The Broom Factory The Grass Seed Strip per Factorjy E L Proctor Ice Cream Factory The Concrete Vault Factory The Clark County Jno R Stuart Rubber Stamp Fac tory The McEwan Hemp Brake Factory The Candy Factory Garrett Day and Lisle Stave Factory The Ball Team man base hits and runs THE CLUB HOW ABOUT To the Editor of The News The Baseball cluba member of the Blue Grass League has been dubbed theU This name was given us by one of the other towns and The News ac cepts it as a most name for the club The names given the other clubs are Richmond The Pioneers Paris The Distillers The The Shelby Mil Jars So heres to Tile tIre pennant winners of 1909 uJr PROF PLACE t t Ky March 18 Prof G P Simnmos of the Madison Female Institute of this city has liis to accept the fective at the close of this term His a Ij 73 L 0 20th JVIOPMTANfA WITHWcvt MISS FRANCES HOPPER SPECIAL MATINEE Seethe Great Knife Dual The Realistic Mine Explosion SUGGESTIONS IIFOR WINCHESTER CLUB Interested Contribute Nicknames Players Winchester Manufacturer following CbmI Manufacturing Manufacturing Winchester Manufacturing Company panyIManufacturing Company Winchester CornPanY Company Company Woodworker Company 11TheWinchester Winchester Company Winchester Winchester Winchester McCormick Construction Company Wainscott Winchester ufacturers COLLEGIAN Winchester Collegians appropriate representing Wincjiester Lexington Thoroughbreds Frankfort Lawmakers villei7Thc Collegians SIMMONS ACCEPTS- CAMpBELLHAGERMAN RICHMOND tendered resignation Campbellg selcct1cd Br HAMPTON Pre- ssID RXiOPr VPres BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35000000 OFiBOURBON DIES AGED 90 Last Survivor of a Noted Family Passes To His Final Rest PARIS Ky Mardi lBMr Frank P Clay one of Bourbons most hi hIly honored and esteemed citizens died at sundown yesterday at his home on the Georgetown pike in the ninetieth year of his age Air Clay wns a natiof Bourbon born October 26 1819 and was the son and Henrv and Margaret Helm Clay his parents moving from Vir ginia to Bourbon in 1785 Mr Clay was the next to the yonnjrcst of elev en children and was the last survivor of a noted family His father was a veteran of the Revolutionary war Sir Clay was united in mar riage in 1842 to Miss Susan R Wor HISTORIAN OF THE- CONFEDERACY DEAD iT COLUMBUS Ga March 18Dr William Jones yhpby his historical works and close association with General Root K Lee and General Stonewall Jackson gained the title Historian of the Confederacy died yesterday at the home of his son Dr Asliby Jones aged 73 The interment will be at Richmond Va his mime ijcxt Saturday afternoon NO SOLDIERS jWiUBci Used To Protect the Tobacco Growers FRANI TORT 18rNo troops will be sent into the dark patch bdet use of time night rider outrages in that section On the contrary AdjutantGeneral John ston stated todmrytlutt the force often militiamen btil1ard near Eddy vine will be withdrawn today except four of the men The attitude of the State officials this year will be to letI I1tiesToot t a Strain Every once 1Ir a while the actor while taking time part of a dude in a play would spend large sums of his stage money On one of these occa sions it seemed too much for a cer tain person in the audience when a voice rang shrill fund clear through the house Hey Bill how about that five you owe me A CrossEyed Hit That handsome crosseyed boy makes a great hit when he gives a recitation whispered one whose eye are straight He seems to be IIi impartial They think he is looking a them all at one and the same time when the f ctott1e matter is that lie cant look a single one of them straight in the f ceI Subcerio3 irrTGa t s f ft y A Romance of the to Belascos Girl of The original New York cast f t Downstairs 75 50 3f l f 1t 25r Gallery Matinee Downstairs children 10 7Er cents 25 cents jII = t IfRClark County Natl Bank 1605 reported Western Plains Dnid Golden West Night Prices adults ESTABLISHED Squel PRETTY RUN Mrs C C Mann has returned home after spending several days with Mrs Burk at Richmond Miss MaryjMamr has returneJi aftel4spcnllii1gtwo weeks with her sister Mrs C C Griffith anti friends iii Winchester Miss Aleen Royer has been very ill but we Ire glad to know she is much improved Mrs John Mann and her mother Mrs Enoc Kindred was the pleasant guest of Mrs Will Snowden Monday Mrs Will Mann is spcndingscver al days with her parents at Clinton vine Mrs W E Florence will entertain with a social Monday night in honor of her friend Miss Carrie Talvor of New Mexico Born March 8th to Mr and Mrs Oliver Arnold of Edina Missouri a son Charles Oliver Miss Lelia Fielder and Miss Lillie Skiduiore were the pleasant guests of sirs Henry A Fielder from Saturday until Sunday Mr Woodier Fielder of Watauga Station Vas the guest of Lelia Fielder the past week Mrs W E Little has moved from Slate Creek to Winchester on Winn avenue Mr W C Little bought eight head of cattle at Richmond cpurfc day Price nofc stated JIiss Lelia Fielder is on the sick list Joe Fielder sold to B S Bartlct and others fifty barrels of corn at the crib for 350 last week Miss Cleo Eugle ha returned home after spending a vebh wIth her cous in Bessie Fluty There will be preaching at the Witherspoon school house Saturday ReInrotherFirst Mention of Playing Cards IThe earliest direct mention of play cards discovered so far is in the ling tory of the City of Viterbo The quotes Covelluzzo who wrote about the end of the fifteenth century as follows In the year 1379 was brought into yiterbo the game of cards wtAch comes from the country of the Saracens and is with them called naib Give the Eyes a Rest It Is a good plan to close the eyes for five minutes every few hours This will not only rest the eyes but pre vent the wrinkles known as crows feet from making their appearance as early as they would otherwise NmiKcning at a Straw Gaston burst like a whirlwind in up on his friend Alphonse Will you Ix my witness Lo cried Going tc fight No going to get married Alphonse after a pause Inquired Cant you apologizeFrom tEe French i J ii 7 1 IIIa mmn I rClark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo1e Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year canI On the Basis Equipment and the ap plication Economical Businessvg = Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing all kinds and conditions roads public pri vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on SaleI We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand car Pots and well be pleased to sell same any quanitydesired The putting of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteedJ You Cannot Answer These Qoestions 1Why do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretch out in a full bath tem pered tc suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 7 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laundry work when you can it at ha dfor the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern water when you can get it a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South ol the Ohio River One Worthy Remembrance brightest spot a long and intimate experiences with telephone once some called lip wrong us mistake blame uslor itOhio State JRr T IY i q ffr Road cost the Far mers as much a one of of of of or in in in have from didnt poor 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same t me rid of the dust iii the street 7 5WThv suffer other incoa = Vcniences when you have everything for the comfqrtomd health of your family right the house 46Isitsaver is not lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the most out life7 C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water WorksaINCORPORATED 1 At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue Will tell yon all abbot it Youll be surnrised at how inexpensive these privileges are iJ r The in the ig that one the number and got by and Journal j r too as get can in of iHow Lorelra Was Interested dpriddencatcher Qf a locomotive fiveyearIiGLorella listened attentively Ag be conclude she asked Did yeitcItcllr the cow Mr Blank k- r J t5 t 1L i o 1 It a i i THEWIMeHESTcREWS N tl f tP1irIM r r r PersonaILibertyis the art of discriminationknowingwhat t you do not want and leaving alone Now we haye what you want when u r 19 want it TRY USIIIC ii BOWEN JSOCIETY Tam OShanter Society t ahe following interesting program will be rendered by the Tarn 0 Shanter Literary Society Friday night at the High ScllQol chapel Jv ChorusClass- Debate Resolved That U S Should Annex Cuba G Hammond affirmative W Haggard negative ChorusGirls J Declamation Daniel iWebsters Supposed Speech of John Adams Arthur Adams tUigh School TimesAllie Heiisley T Vocal 1uetOowu Among the Lilliesi Bessie Mann Arthur Ad amrecitationAunt Pollys George Washington Narcissa Tuttle t ChorusBoys- RecitationTlie Last IJilnn Carrie B McPherson ScnigBy members of class Piano Duet Piny Wooin b Under Difficulties Cast of Characters M swell lull Arthur Owen t Henry Wheeler Haggard Frederick St Pauls John Shea lfr Worthyman Frank Ford y lfrs Hill Rebecca Browning J Matilda Glorenna Elkin g Kittie Katie Campbell ff Bridge Mrs Edward Clark entertained a few friends informally yesterday afternoon at Bridge in compli ineni to her charming guest Miss Elsa Brown of Boston Mass The house had huge vases of March lilies placed here and there to add charm and beauty to the scene Mra Clark received her guests in i er usual delightful way Bridge was played to close the afternoon tand a dainty and delicious luncheon vas served at the small tables Mrs Clarks guests were Miss Elsa Brown the Lonor guest Mrs Platt of Asheville N C Mrs Troy of Memphis Tenn Mrs Carrie Buckner Mrs John Bean Mrs Gus Brooks Mrs Bonde and Miss Susan BuCIcJ er i Noble Venture With Miss Anne Morgan daughter of J Pierpont Morgan behind it thefecloesnt really seem to be much chance that a restaurant to be started at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in May can be a failure The financiers laughter is goirg to start it so the government em Jeweler and I t ployes will be able to get something to eat without going to saloons out side the Navy Yard Miss Morgan learned of conditions at the Navy Yardwhen she made a visit a year agoThe entire Womens Department of the National Civic Federation is behind the venture Meals will be served at the very lowest possible cost just enough to cover the ex pense- Nothing Tight While woman in her most tanta lizing mood will number on her frock 500 buttons for hubby to toy with there will be nothing tight this season but the underneath says Mies Elizabeth A C White President of the National Dressmakers Association If the strings in the underneath slacken the whole of you slips every time you put your foot down The five hundred buttons are one of the accessories to the ecclesiastical gown To be strictly accurate a few hundred cases are merely ap plied and run up and down the straight expanse of woman like so many for a goal But from the neck to the hem of the skirt there are battallions that require the hook The ecclesiastical in many of its phases keeps close to the original The robes of Archbishop Farley in some church cere monial could hardly be distinguished membersIbeing absolutely guiltless of fullness at any stage gives the unpleasant suggestion that the lady has dropped her skirt somewhere by the wayside and is escaping in some phase of that mysterious underneath to which Miss White refers PERSONALS Mr Tom RutJedge bas been very ill for the past few days Miss Pearl Rutledge has returned from a visit in Bowling Green Miss Anna Croxton is the interest Lexingtonlthis Mrs Gus Brooks is in Lexington today IMrs T 1 Wills and Mrs Tom Holladay returned yesterday from Ptienonimalb Prices J offered on Seed potatoes and Onion Sets dont fail to see us before you buy as our stock is larger ahdbetter this year than ever before and it is universally known that when you buy from us you are always sure of Quality and Quantity Wfe have given special attention to our Garden Seeds and know we cart ry the best Ito be had ftDo be misled by cheaper and inferi or i Re ember Our Prices J ARE RIGHT I RWk Rounsayall O Go ySOLE AGENTSI I FerndellFueFoods idest r Optician racersmaking grades Chase 8 S hborn s Coffees IIIPrices Lard and Sausage i I 7l1 JOTH PHOcN S No 40 LJI J f t X i r l 1 i 0 lY1f M d 1in daughter- Mia Gaorge Jacob Hof saris v lira Steve SWift of lititf count is the guest of her mother Mrs John Conway far medical treat- Ment ilessrs Wills Jacoby and Lloyd Holladay of K W C spent Sat urday in Paris Mrs Tom Luxon of Lexington was in town Wednesday Mrs Thomas Holladay will le are tomorrow for Cincinnati to visit her husband who is at a hospital at that placeMr Marion Miller of Ashland spent several days with Dr Howad Lyon andIwas in town Wednesday on busi I nessJud1eE S Jouett was in FranK fort yesterday tin business Dr Robert L Willis of Lexing ton was in town Wednesday on bus iness Miss Carrie Lee Hathaway left this morning for a visit with Mrs Burnett of Louisville Mrs Solomon VanMeter of Lex ington was the guest of Mrs Hen ry M Jones today Dr and Mrs Julian McClymonds have returned to their home in Lex intgon after a tiisit with Miss Emma TurlJ bull Mr R L David of Ford was in town Wednesday- Mr Sam Jett returned yesterday from Washington D C Mr Carpenter of K W C spent Wednesday night in Wilmore Mrs James Tyler of Midway is the guest of Mrs William Cum mingMr Walton Rounsavall was in Lexington Wednesday on business Mr G W Ramsey of Nicholas ville is the guest of relatlives in Clark county Overcoats at onehalf price the rest of this week ALLAN MUR PHY 318lt COOPER JURY IS STILL OUT e judge Hart Still Keeps Body Togeth erLittle Prospect of An V Argument Spueinlto The News- NASHVILLE Tenn March 18 The Cooper jury is still out Judge Hart adjourned court till two oclock announcing he would not receive tin verdict before than hour It is be lieved there is little prospect ofal agreementA cook needs a good cooking Range The Favorite range beats them all T S BUSH 3l8eoillmo STRONGH ART Good crowds greeted the play Slronghejirt at the opera house yesterday afternoon and evening Robert Galliardas Strongheart the Indian the central figure of thr play was greatly applauded The football bbSlronghwirt is very exciting Strong heart is put out of the game at the endof the first half beintr unjustly accused of riving the signals of his team to the other side As he stank in the dressing room with a crippled team mate watching the game hi relates the scenes to his audience In the end Strongheart proves the guilt of the villian and wins the girl he loves but is called back to his race to take up the place of his father who was the chief of his tribe He is told not to bring a white wife to the Indian villdge and after a struggle he renounces the woman he loves and goes alone to his people The performance is excellent und at nil times interesting The Lexington Herald CULPEPER MAN HAS FINE RECORD A bank itha most remarkable record of strength is the Clark Genii ty National of Kentucky It was es tablished over 43 years ago and has over 2000000 subject to check This bnnk has never failed declaring its semiannual dividend has never refused any check nor has a cashiers check ever been issued It has al ways paid all clieeks in currency Mr B F Curtis has been connected yearsIMr Curtis was formers peperThe Culpeper Vas Ex 1JonentLSUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS i 2f y t i t CORBET WOES 11 FIGHT CHALLENGE Is Willing to Meet Jeffries or Johnson on Any Terms 1 Wheeling W Va March IS James J Colbetthas issued a second challenge for a fight with either Jef fries or Johnson In it he says I am tired of seeing this fellow Johnson going around with his chest out and nobody seams inclined to fight him so I take the right that any man has and hereby challenge James J Jeffries and Jack Johnson to box me any number of rounds or to a fin ish in any club in the world I will forward from Indianapolis a check for 1000 to Al Smith the wellknown stakeholder at the Gilsey House in New York as a guarantee of my good faith- Cinclnnatians ff to Be Good 18rTwehty thousand Methodists in Cincinnati will try during the last two weeks of March to live as Christ would They will try to wipe from their hearts anger and jealousy and substitute love they will try to follow the golden rule fOUR ARE KILLED Southern Pacific Engine Crashes Into Montreal Station Montreal March l8Four persons are dead and 30 others were more or less seriously injured as the result of the blowing out of a washout pipe on the locomotive hauling the Boston ex press on the Canadian Pacific three miles out of the station Scalding steam filled the cab and the engineer and fireman were forced to jump The train without a guiding hand at the throttle dashed into the station through the granite wall into the womens waiting room and then into the rotunda where the locomo tive after demolishing one massive granite pillar was bj aught to a stand still by another Poisoned Milk Proves Fatal Ghent 0 March 18From drink- Ing milk from a diseased cow Mabel Baxter 11 and her sister Edith 9 are dead and J21arj 8 and May 5 brother and are said to bq dying attending physicians having given up all hopes of their recovery MRS RUSTIN BRINGS SUIT Widow of Omaha Physician Wants His Accident Insurance Louisville Ky Inarch l8Suit has been filed in the Louisville courts against five accident assurance com panles by the widow of Dr Frederick Rustin of Omaha found dead on his doorstep Iin that city on Sept 2 under sensational circumstances Dr Rustin who was a noted Yale athlete on the teams of 1893 1s tacitly ac cused by the companies who are withholding payment aconspiracy with an Omaha woman to have him self killed by her- Confederate Veteran Dies Frankfort Ky March 18 Captain Thomas C Jones 73 died at the home of his niece the wife of former United States Senator William Lind sey here He served in the Confed erate army and was afterward promi nent in Kentucky politics serving as clerk of the court of appeals six years In 1885 he was appointed by President Cleveland as consul to Fun chal Madeira Islands In 1889 he was removed by President Harrison but reappointed by Cleveland in the latters second term and held office to 1906 when he was removed by President Roosevelt Upp Signs With Columbus Sandusky 0 March 18 George Upp premier American association pitcher in 19Q7 signed a contract with the Columbus 10 team Costly Incense Sticks Some of the incense sticks made in Thibet cost from one to two dollars apiece BILL REPGRTSS TO HOUSE Committee By 13 to6 Decide Against All Amendments to Measure Special to The News- WASUINGTON March 18The House committee on Ways and Means agreed by 13 to C to report the Payne tariff bill to the House with out amendment All the Democrats save Broussard voted against the motion The minority was given until Tuesday to prepare report WOKKINGMEN ALARMED I Iron Workers Discuss the Proposed Changes In Tariff Schedules Washington March ISThe work ingmen of the country employed In the iron and steel trades view with alarm the Payne tariff bill according to a statement issued by L Lewis vice president and John Williams of Pittsburg secretarytreasurer of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers of North America The statement is as follows The tariff bill presents so many and drastic reductions in the iron and steel schedule as to be viewed with alarm by the workingmen em ployed in those industries included in the iron and steel schedule and other industries dependent thereon especially at this time following a long period of depression with hundreds of thousands of American workmen idle and actually asking for bread The bill as presented literally hands them a stone Employes of American tin plate mills will strenuously oppose the recommendation in the bill on the drawback feature as applied to tin plate as they believo they should secure the work now dtone in Wales and imported under the provisions of the drawbaclc feature Ve are satisfied that there will be universal protest against the sweeping reductions included in this bill hence we request that the consider ation of each and every item to end that American workingmen steal- be protected in their labor JUDGE HARTS CHARGE Holds That No Epithet Is Sufficient to Justify Murder Nashville Tenn March 18Judge Harts charge to the jury in the CooperSharp trial for the murder of Former Senator Carmack is declared by lawyers to have been one of tho cleanest and most comprehensive ever uttered It was exhaustive and included in the theories of the stat and defense a digest of the testimony of every witness who testified Judge Hart held that no epithet editorial or speech was sufficient to justify even an assault RAILROAD MAN MARRIED LONDON Ivy March lSA C Cherrin ton a well known railroad mina of Cincinnati who is at present located at Ueattyville Ky and Mis Linn Moses daughter of Mr Chas IL Moses were married at the home of the bride in this city yesterday afternoon Rev J D Reed of the M E Church South officiated The cou ple had an acquaintance of only a few months having met ut Beatty ville where Mi Chcrrington is cm ployed by the Louisville and Atlantic Railroad Company and Miss Moses was teaching in a college They wit leave tonight for Cincinnati and will be accompanied by Mi John D Cher lington brother of the groom Social icro in Sweden Socialism has ouiM many new ad herents and is making rapid growth in Sweden The labor conditions generally have been such as to bring dis content to many who had previously been apparently satisfied TmA t UnouseiioirD IS ft C Get a can of JAPALAC to day at our Paint Depart ment and see for yourself How wonderfully it will rejuvenate an old chair or in fact any piece of furniture that is badly marred It comes in 1 6 colors and has a hundred uses Oak Dark Oak Walnut Mahogany Cherry Mal achite Green Ox Blood RediNatural Gloss White Flat White Ground Blue Gold and Aluminun t All Sizes from 15 cts to 250 LACE CURTAlN b CARPET CLEANER and All Spring Cleaning Requisites V P oCor J 2 Ys 3 fi titJt t I r Arai fr riJ Q1 1fJ Jrj pt l 1ft Jr V 1 frx rti y f f1fi tt ijf in i J Jii f 1 0r S t t f L 1tf Rtcs t OT t 1 TIt t11 I tf v TiV j iJ f Pr 1rrliJ O UG 15s- i 1 The Curry Dry Goods CoI cordially invite you toJ-r attend theit r v 1Ii t SpringOpeningand Fashion Display IonL v and Evening Gowns Silksrl j i and Dress Goods Ftiday andh r x Saturday l t March 19th anaNo invitations sent Everybody invited IIo are et da nvti e o- en ep1tT v 01 PoTt2- Oks T a a T- 1tTe a tin 8X 3aT1 a Tee S IIeo SPRING MILLINERY OPENING The opening of Miss Rosa Bald wins large and specially selected stock of millinery and notions will he held March 19th and 20th In this selection will be found the very cream of styles colors and materials For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST 218tf Railroad Bridges of Mafrblc Several new railroad bridges in Mexico a fiol wkite Birble cif tke h4 ij te n 5stgradef t J iY Jtiwl i j r l I ttf it r VJfrY j 1 PUT IT AWAY You might as well as to let some inexperienced mate try to make the repairs We can fix your rigs OMtasatisfactorily Prompt attentionjjiiif oJtj will r be giventpayy business you may favor us with T STRotascorIt 1lt tl h t l t nI 1- a er btI ilXt ace ail Q I JJdcs NYC 13i fftRX A NEWS WAMT ADVERTISEUE tI f s t n a n I 4 t I t t 1 v H ft Isl 1 i vfeV ltttriA r I t4fiFw t i1trME JfIf4 Uws bo = 1 Ij4 Jf ii7PW1- mi1o1i IuxZUsiAiojvs A fll 4 Y Ltd U was u less t9t tie party mana gezto urge upon him the Impossibil ity of providing the necessary two thirds vote Ames said he could get tke remaining votes tom the other side And so the steering committee hacl given the word to put it through for him Then the other side seeing a chance to place tIle majority in an embarrassing attitude before the peo pIe either as the proponents or the opponents of such a radical measure whichever way it went in the end had been glad enough to furnish the additional yotes The members the steering committee had afterward whispered it about that the resolution was to die in the senate Then every one especially the women of Illinois had promptly forgotten the measure As Vernon thought over it all he IL1downTurning it over in his hand he saw that its other side was engraved and 41 he read c MARIA BURLEY GREENE Attorney and Counselor at Law The Rookery Chicago Then he knew it was the work of the woman lawyer Vernon had heard of her often he had never seen her He gave a little sniff of disgust Tie enate was droning along on the order of reports from standing committees andVernon growing tired of the monotony lose tad sauntered ba the lobby in search of com pany more congenial than that of the gruff Burns He carried the rose as he went raising it now and then to enjoy its cool petals and its fragrance On one of the leather divans that stretch themselves Invitingly under the tall windows on each side of the senate chamber sat a woman and about her was a little group jat men bending defer ntially As he passed within easy distance one of the men saw him and beckoned Vernon went t over to them Miss CreeneV said Senator Martin let me present Senator Vernon of Greene gave him the little hand that looked yet smaller in its glove of black suede He bowed low to conceal a surprise that had sprung incautiously to his eyes Instead of the thin shorthaired spectacled old maid that had always in his mind typified Maria Burley Greene here wasa young woman who apparently conformed to every fashion though her beauty and distinction might have made her independent of conventions Physically she was too nearly perfect to give at once an impression of aristocracy but it was her expression that charmed It was plain that her deVAs Vernon possessed himself hews able to note that this surprising young woman was clad in a black trav eling gown that fitted her perfectly From Tier spring hat down to the toes of her boots there was nothing in her attire that was mannish but she was of an exquisite daintiness wholly feminine and alluring All these superficial things faded into their proper background when at last his looked full in her face Reddish brown hair that doubt less had been qombed into some resemblance to the prevailing fashion of the pompadour bad fallen in a natural part on the right side and lightly swept a brow not too high but whJte aad thoughtful Her other fea turesthe delicate nose the full lips the perfect teeth the fine chin all were lost in the eyes that looked frankly at him As he gdzed he was conscious feared to hear her speakSut trshe 4 would betray mu ty She had seated herself again and now made a movement that suggested a drawing a de f h tkirtsto make a ilac for spmeone ather side xAnd then she spoke wit you sit down Senator T- ernoffao stdj a af rUptilousre gard for title unusual in a woman Vermw iwljce ib tfrertwf Senator J non you know Jshe Smiled On the J t other men about her Her accent im ilIid that thljB conversion was of the utmostiJmportantt The other men of sybyii ikp seetatd tobe quite sure J evidently felt themselves under the compulsion of withdrawing and so ftH twck in relwctamt fetreit CHAPTER III Thfc jmpiIl alItp8d to Vernons jte agafo t this fiaiiPiaffpraeeien of lerfecUoI jde byjor voiceandthe- s 9fjJQAtdeflected that91idIIvd for years hiwom Jiwe r and 1 o 1t J timeIin the face again after the others were gone Vernon grew suddenly bashful like a big boy He felt his face flame hotly He had been medi tating some drawingroom speech he hadalready turned in his mind a pret ty sentence in which there was a discreet reference to Portia Vernon was just at the age for classical allusions But when he saw her blue eyes fixed on him and read the utter seriousness in them he knew that compliments would all be lost I am one of your constituents Sen ator Vernon she began and I ant- down frankly lobbying for this reso lution iAndwe both he replied are I members of the Cook county Ibar Strange isnt It that two Chi unItnNot altogether she said It Is not so very strangemy practice is almost wholly confined to office work I am more of a counselor than a barrister I have not often appeared in court in fact I prefer not to do so I am well just a little timid in that part of the work The feminlnltyof it touched him He might have told her that he did not often appear ia courthimself but lie was new enough at the bar to have to practice the dissimulation of the young professional man He indulged himself in the temptation to allow her She Had Seated Herself Again to go undeceived though with a pang he remembered that her practice from all that he had heard must be much more lucrative than his Something of the pretty embarrassment she felt bt fore courts and juries was evidently on her In this her first appearance in the senate but she put It away her breast rose with the deep breath of resolution she drew and she straight ened to look him once more in the eyesBut about this resolution Senator Vernon I must not take up too much of your time If you will give me your objections to it perhaps I may be able to explain them away We should very much like to have your supportiVernon scarcely knew what tpre ply such dbjectldnsas lie rnlght found at otherS times the old mascu line objections to womens voting and meddling in politics had all disap peared at sighto this remarkable young woman who wished to vote herself he could not think tono ot them tryas he would His eyds were on the rose Berhaps yoir objections are merely pre judicesshe ventured boldly in her eyes a lat nt twtinkte that dis turbed him J confess Miss Greenes he began trying to get back something of hiss rtatoriol dignlty lich as stater sent torial dignity is tihtitI have not de voted much thought to the subject I am jndeed rather ashamed to acknowl dge that I did not even know the amendment was coming up to dayTin til I wasabso delightfully reminded by your r seSHe rilsddthe tosto inhale its fra grance She mltleno reply but she kept her eyes Bn him and brgee compelled him togq on It washad for him to soon for it was now but a struggle agaUst the formality ota surrender that had been inevitable from the beginning But his mans pride fprced Mirf WdelayMt as long as possible ITo fe GdritinuedO p J TherefprV Be Cheerful G rIn n rov rb A happy lh rt better n fall I 1 t Ljilft r ft A i ht t iJSaY OAsSOC tion ANNUAL STATEMENT Cldseo sMiessDec3rt f9O8 10d As Secret ry of tIle Winchester Building and Association I make the follovingstaicment of its condition at the close of the year ending Xcceniber 31flKi8- CLASS nJ Ban5Btsines November 1 1903 ASSETS Bi ls receivable from Stockholders 30950 00 Bills receivable from call loans 50561 97 Unpaid int rest on the above rf 327328 Unpaid dues 528 95 Unpiaid fitiesr IM 00 Cash in b kDcc 31st 1908 Uy77G 74 Total 97224 94 LIABILITIES 1047 shares of stock paid in Value 73656 45 Bills payable 14089 50 Net profits V 9478 99 Total 97224 94 STOCK Paid in value per share 7f5 Profits jeishurc 9rO5 rTotal 79 40 GLASS K Began Business February 4 1905 ASSETS Bills receivable from Stockholders 51144 20 Bills receivable from call loans 281OOO Unpaid interest on the above 1106 Unpaid dues 96 32 Unpaid fines 13 00 Cash in bank Dec 31st 95q 50890 Total 855411 62 LIABiLITIES 1326 shares of stock paid in value 70742 10 Bills payable 7512 50 Net profits 7278 52 Dues paid ahead 16 50 Total 85549 62 STOCK Paid In value per share 53 35 Profits per shard 5 48 Total 58 83ICLASSL Began Business April 4th 1908 ASSETS Bills recievable from Stockholders 45537 25 Unpaid interest 31 00 Unpaid dues 429 25 Unpaid fines 76 55 Suspense account 23 11 Cash in bank Dec 31st 1908 3J489 34 f Total to 49586 50 LIABILITIES 3345 shares paid in value 34119 00 Bills payable to Class t J V 10380 00 Bills payable to Class K 5087 50 Total 49586 50 STOCK i Paid in value per share 10 20 i tOlALsOFAlL CLeASSES 5S ASSETS Loans on stock mort Vages etc206O3 42 Unpaid dtcsmtridflnos 1278 07 Unpaid interest 4410 58 Suspense account 23 11 Cash iflbaflk 20355 88 JiTptaJ 2323GlTOG- l n 0 LIABILITIES j55 1tiU8 shares of r stock paid in value 178 534 05 Bills payable with in terest 37069 50 Profits i 16757 51 Total t 232361 06 Si5J H W Scrivener Secretary of the Winchester Building Saving Association being duly sworn state that the foregoing is a trtie aiitlcOr rect statement of the Association at this date t r This January 1st 19Q9 H W SCRIVENER Sit15serihLand swqrhVoeforme bvH W Scrivener thisJauuary 1st im toRAOEQtCOYLEl a v l S5s- 1 v5sS j My eorniok expired aiter iiexl- 9fioJi tbe i We the tmdersipicdstockhol1ers ofthe Winchester Building and Sav ing ssociatibnj1iave examined the foregoing rcportndfluidi to be cor rect 1 R R PERftY w M STEVENSON A R BALDWIN W P AZBILLz BECKNERV1LLET Mr and Mrs James Evans spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Bybee Mrs S rh Richardson returned home Saturday Batter a short visit Lexthgtonhr come to the country on business John Mason Steel Brown Jennie Harris and Mary rM Bosley are th sick list The Good Samaritan Lodge had nine appHcationsBentrin Thursday night Mrs Lillie McGee has gone to Lexington to visit relatives LOG LICK j t Mr and Mrs Joe Vaughn of Ruckerville visited Mr James Vaughn SundayS JB Adams visited relatives in Estill county the last weekto Rev Mr Par ishof Lexington filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday JS Adams and family of Estilii county visited relives here ttiig week Y J B Adams bought of J S Adams two head of cattle for 76 813 Kerr sold to Dr Snowden one combined horse r80 Cyrus White bqpght of Mr Calvin Ghism about 30 acres of land at 24 per acre 1Mr J mes Snowden has moved to the farm he recently bought from Mr Sunner Kerr Mr Robeit Eades has moved to his mothers place J HrMatherly sold to Jas Horn back a lotof shoats at 4 12 cents Bluford Fox washere on business Tuesday Died near here at his home on the 18th Mr Bud Berryman of paralysis He was about 45 years of age Mr Berryman was a man of fine chatcergnd a Christitn gentleman fle ieayes a wife two sons and one driugliter to mourn his loss The remains were laid to rest in the Log Lick cemetery FOX George Hunt left for Richmond Va Sunday night having been called there by telegram to see his daughter Mrs Mary Lee Ander son who was very ill Cliff Fox had a nice combined mare to die last week Grinstead Kissenger is building a residence and barn on their place near Stoner creek James H Thomson putchaged the lumber for his tobacco barn last week andrill begin building at once Dillard Hughes visited his sister Mrs James T Elkin last week Mr and Mrs Clay Hoskin of In than Fields visited her parents Mr and Mrs James H Thomson one daylastweekMiss Stevenson has re turned from a visit to Mrs Alice Cramer of Lexington Mr and Mrs James H Thomson have about recovered fromarecent spell of lagrippe Their eon Reed is quite sick with a second attack of this ailment i RED HOUSE i4istR TD M nti UeB lll Mies Sallie Green 4is teaching scnooi iti the Modern Wdodmad h nt tMiss Hazel Shearer of Ford is theguest ofislIIe Stewart this week j JMr Dave Marshall of Tampa Fla is the gtiest of his parents Mr axI Mrs JT Marshall Mr Willis Shearer who went to Florida a few days ago returned homfi Friday Mrs 11 P Dkd itfyliftifl grela- ti3mn Glmrk county l Miss Eliza Marshall turned t- otihton after a teeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J T Maffthiill f Mr C S Stewart tins accepted a position at Dobind F1L in a real estate office vfith Mr Tpta Arnold RichmondK t r J tcr L Cri Connie Taylor of Riehr mond was th e gueptof hfr sisfcer MraHorcelo25ier Sunday Mr Steve House surprised his friends by bringing in a bride a few days ago She was Miss Richardson of this county Mrs Lizzie Ballew of Washing ton Ind returned home last week after a delightful visit with rela lives here tyro Shipp Parke an old and re spected citizen of this place died at his home last Tuesday of paralysis The funeral was preached at the Baptist church Thursday morning by Reverend C D Stevens of Lou isville FORD Mr and Mrs Worth Thompson of Stanford Ind are visiting tim l tters father Mr S P Witmer Mrs Ike King visited relatives in Richmond last week Miss Ann Edwards was in Win chester shopping one day last week Andrew Lisle was in Frankfort business the past week Miss Flora Hnguely of Red Bouse Madison county visited her sister Mrs J H Jeffries during the past weekMr and Mrs Logan Bales of Lex in ton are visitingMr and Mrs C P Bales Miss Maude Moberly of Beass field aie visitingrelatives heze Miss Nora Ogden was in Winches ter recently Miss Maggie Moberly visited Mr and Mrs A R Martin of Winches ter recently Mrs H M Tudor was shopping in Winchester Saturday Clay Stone of Lexington is visiting his sister Mrs C P Bales J C Domoe and H M Tudor were in Winchester recently Mrs Millie Richardson visited Mr and Mrs Abb Clowers of Rich mond last Thursday Mrs J D Howard was in Win chester the pastweek Mr T P Tudor of Mountain Teiin visited his parents Mr and Mrs S H Tudor from Sunday until MondayMr H Wilson of Lexington visited friends in Ford Sunday Mr J A Edmunds visited friends inWinc ester Sunday Mr and Mrs Carr of Clay City visited the latters sister Mrs Grant Elkin during the past week A E Gibbens nf Hanging Rock Ohio was in Ford Monday Mrs F C Hubbard was in Win chester S turday- GrovprPaimar was in Winchester Saturday on business Mr Jas Belcher who has been in Jackson the past two months pn business for a lumber firm visited his family here from Saturday untill Monday Mrs Matt Dykes who hat been visiting relatives at Richmond tha past week has returned to her home at this placeI Tom Reeds Insinuation Once when Thomas B Reed was with the late Senator Wolcott of Colo rado and Joseph Ohoate Mr Choate when asked to take a drink said that he neverdrank never smoked to excess and nver gambled in his life Viol cott who was a sinner in everyone of these lines looked pathetically at Reed and said I wish I could say that Say it said Reed Choate did Idleness It is no more possible for an idle man to keep together a certain stock of knowledge than it is possible to keep together a stock of ice exposed to the meridian sun Every day de- stroyS a fact a relation or an influ ence and the only method ot pre serving the bulk and value of the pile is by constantly adding toUSldney Smith SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS The Minnesota Girl It Is said that every third Minnesota girl is a breadwinner It is hoped that the other two girls are bread makers Minnesota certainly has the flour Cleveland Plain Dealer Virtue for Its Own Sake One ought to seek out vlftue for its owns ke without being influenced by fear or hope or by any external influence Diogenes Times Changes In Venezuela Venezuela received its musical lame Irom the early Spanish rest dents who sawn resemblance to- Venice In the sites of the inland cities Thd Hands or bldak plains on which the llaneros live a precarious life have largely thanged their character since Humbbldt saw them Thea these great plains of gtay supported innumerable herds of cattle but civil war ted t4 the destruction of the beasts to reed the insurgents The Jlanos are now becomiHg a TwiwMtialfcource of limber r o s 0 Ii iP J t I r Electric Cnrrenl i WeFurDlshElectrlc Current Day andNightfor all Domestic Purposes i We Furnish Current for Motors to I Do Your Washing Run Your Sewing Machine 1IiRun Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair i Run Smoothing IronTODo Your Ironing j Run Soldering Iron To Do YOur Sdlflcririg t1 We Furnish Current jfor All Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for LeEs 2 Money Than AnyotHer Plant in Kentucky r Winchester Railwag Light Ice Coil INCORPORATED 4 I I ELECTRICITY 31 BS IHY put yourself putting bad inferior lights Icleatnight a pleasure Wont you drop in and let usx plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to JQU and the saving inthecon sumption electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done I PHONE 730 Ropair wroK a spefcal1t7 Winchester Electric Supply Co Kerr 1O N Bib Main cX l Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 00000This bank began business less than three years ago 4 depresion j ii steady growth fro the start in the number ofourdepository and in the volume ofour business We tenroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially inited to open an account with us Per sonal attehiou to all businessS J M Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President LJ t Citizens National BankS Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus J42000 t WESOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS I t jWill give youjcourteous treatment and aft nd promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us r j J D Simpson Pres- T F Phillips V Pre Cashier r4 You See Int supplyifgtI f better every day You cut not work on poor food Neither cin your lwrsfi live him our kind of f8id and grain and hell repay lian1 fomelJ n both tow rkadability to do itlf Purina IFeeel Viilcan Plows Old Hickory Martin coalandStWI ctrcoo =c DWELLING HOUSE 1 INVENTORIES FREE WE WILL SEND A HANDSOME HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILL MAKEJWRITTEN APPLI FOR SAME AND IF WILL SEND OUR TO ASSIST IN THE INVENTORY IT IS A VALUABLE AND USEFUL BOOK AND ALL WW- CARRY INSURANCE UN- THEIR HOUSEHOLD G01DS SHOULD HAVE ONE I JOUETlSINSURANE AGENCY THE 41EtS ly mall S3 a JWr c t9 fritr 1 t rf i r l1f 1 1 f r y jJtt 1 or in misery by 3 HODGKIN A H Hampton J W Poynfcer AstChi I When Your Horse whipping you CHicKen WM Jl DWELLING CATIONS DESIRED SOLICITOR MAKING GARAGE Bring ine your hutom6bU for repair of storage 1 J1iiIan uptodate Garage nice Waiting Room for Lmldiw Challgafl Winchester Ky orner of Broadly and HiQbi ill W S DqLiPH1N TAitOHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed Itle JitjcWe do french Ckaa1rg e d- Stfa t oii alLadles Party Rress R ri Ifys KGivecAll tl f lHIdeMveretl 7 2 WCMrtnrrie 5 i i 1 rSt 1X jlr c t I x r i u r y L lw f4i iHr t sL r 2 6 2 r rakrrt it tr F shoo and 350 The pricestays down the quality goes up while most things 1 snocs includedare go ing down in IJllalyand up in pricc rftcj the grc difference between BeaconShoes and other shoes today Made to the standard of shoes that sell for 2 and 3 moretbut do not give you a cents worth of better material workmanship and iftyle Union made Goodyear jmelt handsewed process tiers pall leathers shapes die the latest New York styles i Weve got cm allcan fit you comfortably and in upto date style Sold from maker to wearer by MASSIE The Shoe Man And fifteen hundred other exclusive BgestM throughout the hunted Utctua and Europo Winches e Thursday March 18 The Mi htic st Theat- ricalAchievement of Modern Tines ROBERT GAilLARD 1tN- J tronuheart MagicallyJSelf that Exciting Life on x the Football Field ji PRICES 5JOC to 150 Seats on sale Monday at 9 a m at CookNunnalley Drug Store 1 GILBERT 7BOTTO c Fresfr Cured Meats I Fish Vegetables Country Produce 1 BOTH THONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK f j PROFESSIONAL CARDS JM STEVENSON Attorney At Law 60 SMait Winchester Ky t j PEKrDLEjaXi BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main Sf Winchester Ky Crihtks1eraj1ceCg CnUgg Handling and Hauling fv nrttfrsr Pianos Etc a Specialty 19 JtorUt Waft Street Both Phoass WINS lR ROLLER MILLS t yiie oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the test jnadel Kerr Perfection an- White d Pearl flour has no equaL T pw istlie tine to sow your clover and timothy and oats See us for fitc1 9ssseed J11 MARTIN COAL AiuVSUPPLY COMPANY r 3174h T43Y A wtWSwn c i J 71J1rTISEuN f t rr N titYti r i r f f 1 LIrtTeri1fv8 Order of sale J r Seobco Defendant m11tlwdersigned Special Commissioner will on Monday March 22 1909 at or about the hour ofnoon in frontjpf about the hour of noon in frdntofI the court house door on in the city of Winchester Clark coun ty Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three months with the priv ilege to the purchaser to pay cash the following personal property or so much thereof as be necessary to satisfy the plaintiffs judgment to wit 110523 1 25 horsopower straw burner aItrpurtenances 1 40x60 ITuber separator 7962 on wagon with folding stacker belts and belts and usual appurtenances 1 Wind stacker No 1881 1 tank pump aud hose 1 40 Huber selffeeder No 2 79G 1 perfection weigher Dakota style No 54910 100x 9 x 4ply rubber drivebelt 1 No 1 tank 550 gallons trucks an dhose complete 1 550gallon galvanized iron tank and trucks completeI1 cook The purchaser is required to give bond for the purchase price payable to the Commissioner with good and sufficient security bearing interest from the date of sale until paid Said bond to have the foyce and effect of a judgment upon which an execution may issue H E ROSS Special Commissioner Wasteful Philanthropy Buddie thinks hes done something awfully funny and smart said his mother but he hasnt Look here Hes taken all the buttons I had in my work basket wrapped them up in pa per and thrown them down to thelit tie Dutch band in the court to mak them think they were pennies It makes me tired There were about a dollars worth of buttons there Made His Diagnosis What diagnosis did the doctor make of wifes illness 1 Said sho is suffering from overwork 1Ithat so Yes he looked at he tongue and reached his decision im mediately Only Question of Time When a woman who trots around alj day marries a man who runs around all night it is only a question of tim speeUmitGalveston Ruin I am sirout to commit suicide writes a friend Cant see any other way out of it YQU see I was ma ried about a year ago and 20 unma- rIed friends sent nice wedding presents Well they are all going to g married this month Statesmans Complaint Englands house of commons want- ventilation Plenty of air is pumped Into the chamber and it come through the gratings on the floor bu it comes from a spot just over th bank of the Thames river with its illfavored barges And the other even ing a member met a colleague with his handkerchief to his nose You never know what will pass inside he spluttered but you always know whats passing outside Birds as Weather Prophets If birds in general peck at their feathers wash themselves and fly to their nests expect rain Parrots and canaries dress their feathers and are wakeful the evening before a storm If tho peacock cried when he goes to roost it is a sign of rain Longl and loud singing of robins in the morn ing denotes rain Origin of the Mennonites The Mennonites grew out of four sects of Dutch Flemish and German Baptists They derive their name from Menno Simons a Catholic priest who became a leader of the Anabaptists In about 1537 Simons was born in 1492 and died in 1637 His True ChrisU Belief was published three years before his death Following the death of the leading spirit the sect underwent divisions and changes of creed Disillusioned Widows A writer in a Washington paper thinks that widows make the best wives and presents an interesting ar ray of historical widows showing that the weedwearing state is conducive to soul development that makes Tor the managing of other husbands thaU the one for whom she mourns She knows that a man Is a contradiction before she begins and there is no danger of her losing her Illusions The Rights of RoostcrsIAn Atchison County farmers wire brought four dozen young roosters to town the other day Not a Wallet ir the bunch These chickens will be squatdeale pullets live Isnt life tic precious to pulletAtcliiGlobe 7J 0 iXt t I t Tl8 ACCO PESTS f SPbf Et b1ir f N Ws t Government is Waging WaonThem For the past two years the Bureaut of Entomology Department ofAgrK culture has been studying the tobac co worth with a view of finding out by what means the extermination of this pest might be successfully brought about These experiments have been conducted by A C Morgan of the department Mr Morgan has prosecuted the work in the dark tobacco district of Kentucky and Tennessee dalloplots of ground at many other places He recently has issued a report upon fire work which is of deep interest andimportant to the tobacco grow ers everywhere The whichrwas caused in the spring of 1907 to tobacco plant beds by the flea beetle is declared by Mr Morgan to have lakayo bthated in at the sides or through torn places in the canvas He tells tIle tobacco raisers how to fix their plant beds so as to prevent a repetition of the loss However if the beetles d farmergels solutionofin the powdered dorm or one pound the paste to twclvve or sixteen gal lons of the solution being sufficient for 240 yards of plant god This solu tion is to be used in a spray pump ofwhich he describes several kinds Grasshoppers flea beetles tree crickets etc often attack the young plants soon after they are set out in the fields and here again the solution of arsenate of lead is said to bea sure remedy The cost is about thir tyfive cents per acre Mr Morgan says arsenate of lead is more desirable for use on tender plants than paris green and he gives several reasons for this Cutworms are also another source of trouble and he urges the farmers to plow up the fields in the fall that are to be put in tobacco the next numberes bothersome he says to mix one poop of paris green with forty gallons of water dip clover into this and scat ter it about over the field or a bran ffarmers throut Taking up the tobacco worm which is the most serious menace to the to bacco crops each year Mr Mprgan describes how themoth lays its eggs averaging from 600 to 1100 to each frodm perature and conditions how th larva or worm goes into the grows in about three weeks to pupate then finally how the moth fly emerges pyinrg g feor worms go into the ground in August and September willnot Tsthat if the fields are plowed up as fallta estrayeed says that another great Tire ventive is by poisoning jjimsom weed n blossoms with cobalt and thus poison the moths which fly about themfHe says paris green is the best thing for killing out the worms after they appear on the plants and he commeds that airslacked lime mixed with the paris green ago three or four pounds of lime to one pound of paris green and this be a plied with a dust gun It is best apply it to the plants while they are damp from dew or rain as then it adheres better He says that the operator need fear no danger provided he does not work facing the wind quartering to the wind and bat thoroughly the whole body when quit ting work is his suggestion The investigation will be continued during the coming summer and it believed that with tho start alrea elopned winch will entirely forestall and eradicate the tobacco worm and otli insects which prey upon tobacco cause a loss of thousands of dolla each year Garnets Production The nations production of abrasii garnet In 1907 7058 short tons w the greatest on record exceeding thetheprevious years production by 52 cent nCurious Trait Some women are willing to wear almost nothing on rue stage so that they may appear In fine clothes off the stage Masters of Our Own Destiny It is my owndeed which molds irncter If I semi oat hatred If etaliafe judge cniidemu or Yield to anotheVs gonnhatlng siicll tliei I con sctously take part In the tray ana must sirihe cciwfiifcttcwr IIra tie Uessdrs w fi t 1Y jt JrtJ SrEAMEi vfV if- rduo i of the most mportantandr- acticaldevelopmci1ts in r years in tie handling of leaf centI is the improyemen t andt P c the steam redryeiv BJ the use of these machines cOriiat once took taonths to do namely leaf tobacco in Sweet keep qgOlderis now done in minute vV These machines are bothsimple- and efficient They in capacity from 10000 to 10000b pounds per y The machine thh7 writer has rticularly in mind is a boxlike looking affair 140 fe t1l6ng 12 feet wiore and about 8 fQet high Its is fitted with a wiro vhich runs tnroughits entire lengthon rolls and also two parallel sets of moving chains Jfhe tobacco mabe either laid on this apronjar kept on the sticks movLing chains and carried through This tter is the method ffiostrjr employed hen redrying iinStemmed to acco The machine is dit filled intO seven compartments each 20 feet Jong The first three are linedwith many coils of pipe for cam oYTn Mejim heat AS the tobacco moye JUrough these it is thoroughly dried by the heat The first compartment Jl9s the high est temperature and is reduced as the tobacco looses its moisture Eachof these eonpartmeitt5 has Its thermometer so the operator always knows just that thdttemlirature is The fourth compartment is foT cooling the tobaccoiiftor it is hot and dry This is equipped with a large revolving fun iAvliijih draws coM air down through specially cotta strueted air shaf tsr v Here the tobacco is cool dsoy that it will case properly its the casing compartments V V Up to this tithe lIie tbbaecp has come in contact wJChnblhing girt hot and cold air arfdwhen it has gone through these four compartments it- is dry enough fo k cf1rffu ever In the last three compartments the tobacco is cased so tlint it can be packed in hogsheads t These are fitted with both watjoij land steam sprays However the slam and wa thedfrom which the vapor ri esTllUs giving the case but not discoloring the leaf When the tobacco emerges tllesecotniartmentseis ready to go intd the Jiogshcad Every compartment harf above it a rapidly revolving fnnwhich keeps tire air continually circulating pre venting scorching ajid insuruig uniform drying At jntervah on both sides of the machine are ittle doors through which tile operator lImy see or feel the tobacco as it passes TusevelY precautioiVjili allowed and goesdconditions This hiaclriiitf las a re drying capacity of 40000 pounds per daynThe tobacco is handed directly rom the machine into tltnlrogslieacl where it is prized by the Same mo live power that opOraies the rediycr he press so used is a ppwpr press with tare six flathiicks on which the hogsheads set as ley arer filled The hogsheads 1i PVSlied alter nately under the press and it keeps their packers and feifdelfe Busy to handle all of the tobTiccfo a5 it comes rom the redrycr 1 By this method Jsqffc winter order tobacco is redryed properly uses bebeutafterreaching the machine whichever desirest0 leaflltobaccoequal T ja During the Aviriter ofil907 08 the ahC1500 hogsheads for farmers Re ceiving the tobafcco in arycondition they brought it in keeping every prizingdper hundred During Vthe past two months over 130g hogsheads of this tobacco have been samplett Sand pass acceptedrssweet excepting oh6 oily Arid this one hogshead was not badly off probably was slightly tanked before highasgra s caine out best of condition Every county in the ioliajqep growing dis l should have a steam redrying plant own tied by the farmers them jJ t selves JOlIN EiBROYNIsly Yslielby illc ICy1 Vt y Cinnamon and Porker House rolls ncIiesicrIH JlfV t Herrhrgs Uaed for Manure Japanforceedg 1S5000 tons ia this fertilizer U- pJ oy l f b wx TimeFor More I Printing I a f t HACSAPs- AS RELiABLE i J Positive FOR MD S i W IirY- t New Yorks Coat New York city has col tiMd 14 tolls of coi Ihi the lait 01 r crs r Eoq 7 A cy w c i J IT is liigh tiietllat- thebusine y s- of s me of this vlc1nty iI rXAfindingOnly Modern Print w A l f6 Down to Dsi f- tOilttfi t i City Winchester It m they were awaking this fact they would reach the ear and catch the eye of the ctheymtJstl come to us for the printing with which to do it We offer these ads vantagesThe J Machinery New and I I IMost 1 COULD YOU ASK FOR i We are vaientigh to that line of samples that will anything of kind in this section of Kentucky andnothing gives us more pleasure than to exhibit our production the users of prints ink We would like to call andshow youtftLt we can deliver tie goods f Itn LL L vLe WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED Printers of Anything s Main Stl New Phone 91 11 iiii AND- lASOLINE Fnqlnes SIMPLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under Guarantee WRITE CATALOGUE PRICES HjffiHH MS ENGINE MFHlCh INCORPORATED tbTCHESTER Consumption E 7 1 itj iriirr 2i 44 with ec 1lhe pl is to If ubl Down to the MORE believe we have eclipse its CALL ON- NELSONJheTransferMan by day or night if you went your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- sight Phone 339 WINCHESTER TAILORING OMPAN1Vf- tf G C HMcKraNEY Props Ciottes Gieaiwd Pressed ani fiepairii DRY CLEANING AND- DYEINS A SPECIALtV- X W Cor Main ana JPiurffcr SHOE ECONOMY f We tire for shoe economy new and old Let us fit the oldones now and have your measure Jak en for the future Rise t SAMPLE SHOE StORE 54 N M ain St Sebrcln Her Position When a woaias wearii k Vsfcomkig gown It is easw TJwoiiilX3 her to Kf lleve tbltahe 1itCllr wAabdiitc- loithcsi r- 1 tI0 t IfIJ 4 o f Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 TJ4E WinchasBankWINCHT N H WIiHE SPOON rtJ D tgrt ji- Restnia l1 rrtr r J t tfWR PHARl CASH18R + t S lIClt iaOmt s c Ir Tr ex cao ii Ca Yorr1 Mlit Wiar- tEr i J2 2 fi 1 JJJSf rw rT 14 I 4f r asti li i l =rf v r 4TjVTVV vJ7V i II PasSJx i r THE WINCHESTER NEWS h u WHAT DID KNOX i TELL ESPINOSA ashiflfton Speculates as to K Contentsof Note IIi qnr IS TIREr OF TURMOIL W 16 J l jSecretaryof Istbte A7ixious to Remove f Menace tovFbfe gn Interests In Central At1eFcanfitates Proml nent 9fiJIays South American Countries ApgfcugjjFor Intervention of United sta ps and Mexico In Af fairs of States Having Trouble Washington March 18 Considerable interest attended with much guessing as to what may be its full import is attached to the note which Secretary of State Knox dispatched to S nor Espinosa the Nicaraguan minister and which is supposed to contain a statement of the American governments present attitude on the Emery claim which the United States has been trying to have arbItrated for years Secretary Knox declined to say anything about the communIca- tion The secretary has been discussing the Central American situation with public men and with his congressional callers daring the short period he has been in the state department and it is known that he wants to see an end in sight of the perennial disturb ances which are a menace to tbe wel fare of the various countries and a soUrce of annoyance to the United States That the permanentestablishm ent of peaceful conditions in Central America may be brought about by the United States and Mexico is the opin ion held and the wish expressed by the large South American countries according to a statement of a promi nent government official and a close student of LatinAmerican affairs He declared there had been a re cent change of attitude in these coun tries toward the United States an at titude which would not have been possible several years ago This is due he added more than to any other cause to the manner in which this government handled the Cuban situation gaining thereby the confi denc of the South American republics in the honesty of purpose and truthfulness of declaration of the- United States He pointed out that the administration papers In Brazil Argentina and other countries are fa- vorIng action by this government Vigorous enough to bring the Central American republics to realization of the fact that the welfare of all the American republics demands that they remain at peace with each other J WILD GAME PLENTIFUL Indications Point to Successful Trip For Roosevelt Mombassa British East Africa March 18 Interest in the prospect for good sport In the coming season stimulated by the coming of Theodore Roosevelt has brought detailed reports of the movements of game into Mombasa 4 Baron Tallyan de Vizent a promi nent Hungarian who has just return ed here from a hunting trip reports splendid sport with hippopotami on the upper Tana river and or the shooting of this game he recommends the district between the Athi and the Tana rivers The eland gnu and oryx stalking is perfect with the exception that hunters of this game are constantly interfered with by unusual ly aggressive rhinoceri Lions are plentiful but with some exceptions they seem to be timid f MINERS ARE BUSY Organizers Secure Many Recruits In Anthracite Field Scranton Pa March 18 Miners in this district are conducting a great campaign of reorganization and meet ings are being held nightly in differ ent localities for the purpose of get ting the men back into line Two large mass meetings were held one at Throopii Hdsthe other at Pittston at both PZd vtfeknlarge numbers re joined t1ieorani41on-w That thor lmrs in the field are leaving no on m irned is indicat edby the fact tffat they are out early in the nibrhlSg Vutfonholing all men on their way In work and again in the eveniag when they are returning h me f nf t f fARMflLASSASSINA TED Is Shot PtVVKtipyjWA at HIs Work suspected 5Mus1oge Okla March 18A L 14cl emdfe a wealthy farmer residing at Stone Bluff near Haskell Okla was shot and killed while at work on his firm A negro tenant with whom McLemore had quarreled over a set tlement of rent IS suspected FlrH Boat Crosses Lake Detroit Mich March ISThe big car terry Ashtabula has achieved the distinction of being the first boat to TheerryD1adevc plant of the Great Lakes engl ring works here in 20 hours after ard battle with fields of ice 1j ltt 1i i tQtdf t1 JL t i lWITNSS TALKS Man Who Saw Petroslno Killed Unable to Describe Assassins Rome March ISThe Italian gov ernment sent a telegraphic ommuni cation to the authorities of a large number of cities requesting that a vigorous search be instituted for the murderers of Linutenant Petrosino or their accomplices Especial vigilance Is being observed in Constantinople Tunis Marseilles Malta and parts of Egypt while detectives have been sent to places where the Mafia is known to have many adherents According to a than now in the hands of the police at Palermo who claims to be the only witness to the murder the crime was committed by two men who came upon Petroslno suddenly and tired at him when a few feet distant The assassins Immedi- at ly fled and the witness terrified at the tragedy also ran away Later he visited police headquarters and gave a brief account of the affair but he was unable to describe the mur derers except to say that they were both short in stature Newcomb Held to Court San Francisco March 18Charles- L Newcomb Jr son of an Ohio steel manufacturer who is charged with embezzling 3000 while acting as Pa cific coast manager of the Platt iron works of Dayton 0 was arraigned In police court His case was set for hearing on March 25 Meanwhile heI is at liberty on 1000 cash bond wired by his father LEADER OF CUBAN REVOLT IS KILLED Government Believes Trouble With Rural Guards at End Havana March 18The indications are that the government is now in a fair way to crush promptly the incIp- ient revolution which broke out in the province of Santa Clara The palace officials announced that the fatherof two of the members of the band headed by Sergeant Cortes of the rural guard had visited Gen eral Monteaguedo chief of the guard at Camajuani and told him that the insurgents implored the clemency of the government and were anxious to surrender on the promise that their lives would be spared General Mon teaguedo accompanied by a strong escort thereupon started for the in surgent camp It is declared on apparently respon sible authority that Cortes Is accompanied by fully 100 men mounted and well armed More gratifying to the government than the prospective cap ture of the insurgent band was the arrest and subsequent killing of For mer Captain La Vastida of the rural guard who Is believed to have been the principal instigator of the upris ing La Vastida was arrested by Major Arteaga of the rural guard and was charged with conspiracy and was killed while trying to escape BROKER IS MISSING Los Angeles Creditors Mourn Loss of 200000 by Browns Departure Los Angeles CaL March 18Harry- D Brown a wellknown broker has been missing since Monday and a felony warrant for his arrest is in the hands of the city detectives Browns liabilities are said to amount to near ly 200000 with his assets but a small proportion of that sum Life Sentence For Murderer Valparaiso IndMarch 18 William Gagle was found guilty of killing Liz zie Schroeder 11 of Tolleston He was sentenced to the Michigan City penitentiary for life THE MARKEFS Chicago Cattle Steers J5 007 35 cows 6005 50 heifers 3 256 00 bulls 3 75G5 25 stockers and feeders J3 305 30 Calves3 507 50 Sheep and LambsSheep 53 006 25 lambs 007 90 yearlings 5 607 25 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 6 857 00 butchers 56 756 95 light mixed 56 35 6 75 chcce light 56 656 85 packing 56 656 85 pigs 55 256 30 Wheat No2 red 51 221 2H CornNo3 65i66c OatsNo3 5354c East Buffalo Cattle Export cattle 56 006 75 shipping steers 56 00 6 25 butcher cattle 55 50 g6 50 heifers 54 506 cows 53 505 50 bulls 53 50 5 25 CalvesBest 58 509 25 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 55 50 5 85 wethers 55 75G 25 ewes 55 505 85 lambs 56 758 OOryearllngs 56 507 00 Hogs Heavies 725 mediums 57 20 7 25 Yorkers 57 107 20 pigs 56 50 roughs 56 106 25 stags 54 505 00 Plttsburg Pa Cattle Choice 56 60 65 prime 56 206 40 tidy butchers 55 005 85 heifers 53 005 50 cows bulls and stags 52 O5 25 fresh cows 520 0050 00 Calves Veal 58 008 50 Sheep and LambsPrime wethers 55 90 6 10 good mixed 55 605 85 lambs 56 008 15 yearlings 55 0i7 15 Hogs Heavy hogs S1157 20 mediums 57 05 7 10 heavy Yorkers 57 007 10 light Yorkers 50 50G 75 Cleveland OC1ttl Prime dryfed cattle 56 006 25 fatsteers 55 756 00 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 503 50 bulls 53 004 25 milkers and springers 523 00055 00 Calves 58 50 down Sheep and Lambs 0 Mixed sheep 55 OO5 50 wethers 55 756 00 ewes 55 255 60 lambs 56 0007 85 yearlings 56 256 75 Hogs Mixed 57 05 heavies 57 057 10 Yorkers 507 05 pigs 635 stags 55 2505 59 troughs 56 0006 25 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 251 Corn No26767cCatsNo 2 54054 0 RyeNo 2 8Sc 3714BaconCattle 756 25 Sheep 52 255 59 LambH 15 25S 10 Tojdo Wheat Jit 22j corn 67Kc oats ISc rye ISdpvtrsMiVJ 32tf ft i r jY f f MAIL CARRIERS JOIN STRIKERS Paris Cut Off From the Out side World- CLEMENCEAU STANDS FIRM Premier Says Government Will Not Recede From Determination to Force Dissatisfied Employes to the Wall and Latter Declare They Will Fight to the Bitter EndTroops In Readiness to Quell disturbances In Capital Today Paris March 18 The letter car- rIers have joined the strike of the telegraphers telephone operators and mail clerks employed by the post office department At a meeting they voted by a large majority to begin a strike this morning after the first delivery Eight hundred postmen em ployed In the delivery of newspapers and parcels went out after the distribution last night The strike movement is gaining rapidly Paris being practically iso lated from the rest of France and France from the outside world Eight thousand strikers met last night and passed a resolution to maintain the struggle to the bitter end Premier Clemenceau declares that the government Is ready for a fight and will not recede in its determination to force the strikers to the wall A very serious situation however has arisen through the inability of the government to communicate with its foreign representatives the strikers having cut tne private telephone wires connecting the Elysee palace with the various ministries Troops are held in readiness at Versailles to reinforce the Paris troops in case any demonstrations of a serious nature occur today which is a holiday There is an alarming rumor that the secretary of the rail road employes union has promised to order out these men in a sympathetic strike DISCUSS OHIO PATRONAGE Republican Leaders to Help Taft Dis tribute the Plums Washington March 18A confer ence on the Ohio situation the distri bution of patronage being the chief feature was held at the White House It lasted an hour and a half Therewith the president were Senator Bur ton State Chairman Henry IL Wil hams of the Republican organIzation and A I Vorys There are many ap pointments to be made soon and too handling of these will be given close attention Mr Vorys said he wished it distinctly understood that he wanted no federal office did not expect to have one offered him and would give up politics in the future for his law practice King Witnesses Flights Pau France March 18Klng Ed ward witnessed two flights by Wilbur Wright and showed an equal amount of enthusiasm with the other spectators in the remarkable accomplish ments of the American aeroplauist FIREMEN TURNED DOWN Board of Mediation Refuses to Con sider Pennsylvania Case Washington March 18At a final conference between Representatives of the firemen on the Pennsylvania lines and Chairman Knapp of the in terstate commerce commission and Dr Charles P Neill commissioner of laborthe officials constituting the board of mediation under the Erdman actthe firemen were informed that such grievances as they had submit ted to the board did not constitute a ground for action by the board Maryln Hart Disabled Columbus 0 March 18Owing to a bruised hand Marvin Hart was un able to go on for his bout with Mike Schreck William Schuler of Louisville who took Harts place was knocked out in the second round Annual Bench Show Opens Pittsburg Pa March 18The an nual bench show of the Duquesne Kennel club opened here with 925 en tries representing 39 different breeds of dogs from kennels in all parts of the country TIlE MEAT Of IT Governor Warner in a special mes sage to the Michigan legislature advocates the abolition of the contract labor system in all the state penal institutionsThe Logan which went aground in Honolulu harbor has been refloatedThe senatorial deadlock re mains unbroken Senator Hopkins having neither gained nor lost strengthSTwo unidentified men were killed in a collision between two passenger trains ou the West Shore road near Little Ferry N Y The Ca bria Steel company has announced a 10 per cent wage reduction effective April 1 President Taft will touch the elec tric button that will start the forth comisg Southern Electrical exposition In Louisville Ky r J ACTIVITY AMONG CLARK FARMERS It Is Thought That Much Tobacco Will Be Grown in County This YearI Probably never before in the history of this county was there as muchactivity noticed among the farmers as there is at present The bad weather that has prevailed the last month has greatly hindered the workon the farm and very little has been done so far but during the past few days since the good weather has set in the work has begun in earnest and from now until late in the fall the blue grass farms will DO the scene o fmuchactivity At present plowing is the most im portant feature of the farm work that is being done and more of that is being done than there has been for some time which is probably due to the large amonntof tobacco that will be grown in this county this year It is estimated by some farmers that there will be as much as fifty per cent more tobacco grown in this county this year than ever before Tobacco is generally grown on land that has not been used for planting purposes for several years and the planting of such a tremendous crop this year will mean the plowing of many of the blue grass fields on the pikes near this city that have sp long added much Jo the beauty of this county Several large tobacco barns have been erected during the past yen to take care of tile large amount that is expected to be grown this year and several more are now under con structionIt said that farm hands are scarce this year and also tobacco tenants and it is feared that much suffering will be felt by the farmers on this account The famous Blue Ribbon Polish for cleaninq all kinds of metal T S BUSH 3l8eoillmo NO VERDICIIS FOUND IN THE TURNER CUE Seven Murder Trials in Breathitt To Be Heard at June Term of Court LJACKSON Ky March 18At a late hour yesterday afternoon the jury in the James Turner case had not agreed This is the second im portant murder case at the present term of court in which there has been a hung ury The criminal part of the court closed with this case Nearly five weeks of the term have been occupied constantly in the trial of felony cases the majority of which were murder cases There remains on the docket for tritlat the Tune term seven murder cases which were continued During the first ten days the grand jury was active in investigating local conditions and in returning indict ments over four hundred being reported The majority of these were for illegal sellhu of whisky one deal er being under one hundred separate charges Immediately following the return of these indictments the clerk issued benchwarrants to be served atonce but when the Sheriff went to look for his man he could not be found hav ing disappeared between two suns He is said to have taken refuge in an adjoining State to avoid the jurisdic lion of this court The fines would aggregate 10000 if he should be tried and convicted on all the counts against him The prsept term of court will close on Friday of this week IS SUED FOR 20000 IN ALIENATION CASE Mt Sterling Man Defendant in Suit Brought By Dentist Whose Wife Left Him MT STERLING Ky March 18 D E W Brown dentist of this city has filed suit in Circuit Court here against J H Kemper for 20000 for damages Dr Brown alleges that Kemper alienated the affections of his wife Clara Brown and destroyed his peace and Mrs Brown has left the cityfThe petition issbort but to the point The suit wil come up for trial at the April term of the Montgomery Circuit Court TRY A NEWS WANT V 2 ADVERTISEMENT t rj l t yri Qv I 1 t II Merchant Tailor liTO IHavingKeyessclothingmy stock over All work guaranteed fit or no sale JOHN ADAMS Merchant Tailor NO CHANGE FOR ANY NEW BUILDINGS Pork Barrel Will Probably Not Bel Opened at Present Session Of Congress- WASHINGTON March 18It will be a disappointment to Kentucky cities that are clamoring for public buildings to learn that there may not be any public building legislation during tile Sixtyfirst Congress which has just begun The capacity of the supervising architects office is strained to such an extent that Sup ervisor Architect Taylor will use his proIlHiatioEnough appropriations already have been made to keep my office busy for three years turning out completed buildings at the rate of fifteen every month he said In view of the congested condition of Mr Taylors office and the large treasury deficit it is believed the cherished plan of many Congressmen to pass an omnibus buildings pork bill at the session next winter will have to be abandoned Mr Taylors attitude is not due to a lack of sympathy for the plan of distributing public buildings over the county in small towns From the standpoint of pure economy the construction of public buildings in small towns cannot be justified said Mr Taylor but there is mother side to question It is well to consider both sides For in stance it would never pay the gov ernment as a financial investment to construct a public building in a Kentucky county seat town at a cost of 50000 The interest on that amount of money at 2 per cent is 1 000 a year The fixed charges would be 1800 a year Thus we would have an annual outlay of 2800 while the government could lease tile best quarters in the town for the use of the Federal officials at a cost probably of not more than 600a year Look here for freshvegetables fish oysters and fruits Prompt de livery Home phone 118 J C HUMPHREY SON 318lt THINK THERE WILL BE LARGE ACREAGE Frank Gordan Jr Has Returned From Seasons Work at Horse Cave Kentucky Frank Gordan Jr who represents time American Tobacco Company at Horse Cave Ky having finished the seasons wwk1ias returned to his home here Mr Gordan says that he bought six hundred thouasnd pounds more tobacco this season than in any other year and that the acreage of tobacco will be largely increased afrd that there is more money in the hands of farmers in Hart and adjoining counties than ever before He estimates that ten million Bounds of burley tobacco will be raised in the territory tributary to Horse Cave this year Implements of the right kind J R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY COM PANY at McCord Tracy and McCor mick 3174t BREAKS ARM IN TWO PLACES RICHMOND Ky March 18 While playing at the school grounds yesterday Robert Metcalf aged about 11 years collided with a playmate and fell breaking his arm in two places Willifind3l8eocllmo AMPUTATION MAY BE NECESSARY XRay Shows Bone in Mr Caleb Mar t tins Arm Decayed Dr John Seay of Stanton Ky brought Mr Caleb Martin who was accidentally shot last January to this city Wednesday to have a bulletin his limb located with XRay Af ter an Operation by Drs Browne and Seay the bone was found to he seriously decayed and it is thought that amputation will be nowI Miyv S c f cI Jp a Jvptk iaAV V I Opera House SATURDAY MARCH 20th Matinee and Night Corning k M0DI0DaWITH Miss Frances Hopper A Romance of the Western Plains Sequel to David Belascos Girl of The Golden Vest original New York cast SPECIAL MATINEE First time at popular prices See the Great Knife Dual The Realistic Mine Explosion Night Downstair Price 75 50 35 Gallery 25 Matinee Downstairs children 10 cents adults 25 cents OPERA j s HOUSE TUESDAY MARCH 23rd BURTON NixON OFF- ERSLena Rivers 9 IMARY J HOLMES NOVEL DRAMATIZED By Beulali Poynter A PLAY Distinctly A WOMANS PLAY OF WOMANS EMOTIONS- BY A WOMAN FORA WOMAN Everybody goes to see LENA Direction BURTON NIXON MATINEE Children toe Adults 25c NIGHT Downstairs 35 50 and 75 cents Gallery 25 Its Your Business to have tho best modern Plumbing installed in your premises its Our Business to do just this very kind of Plumbing andwe do Its Your Business to employ whom you please to do your Plumbing Its Our Business to ask for your order and trade andwe do Phone 162 GRANT WITT OCO 30 NortH Main Sg I CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per laser tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged om books for less than 25 centsi There continuous insertions of sarai item at double tho onetime rate For 250 lines or more used withi one year j 4 cents a line i i FOR RENT Sroom dwelling bath gtwtei8fl0 Groom dwelling f f OO 6 room dwelling 0 6room dwelling fl1800 lI w E jtjITHE REAL ESTATE MAN f FOR SALE OR RENT Twelsir able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner ofvBurns and Bcckner W P AZBtEte rf2J1 t FOR SALECheap grapb Je and about 30 records alsplarge PRWANTED Sewing at horifebiirt families MRS HADDBi 21 Taylor avenue 2i54- WA13TEDTo L buy clean rag Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEIstill build all kinds ofwire fence Ii in the market for same write oi telephone mo for prices JOHN A TANERWn avenue Home phone 541 2461i FOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 217tfF- OR SALEOld papers for sniaatt- his office 2lG tf FOR SALEA good work li6ieAp ply at News office or call 055 Home phonei 225 tf1 FOR SLEia good 650pound homegrown heifers Address E R ALLEN Winchester KYJ R R No2 Home phone 868 310Gtj WANTEDT0 take orders for inrfk ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col I lege street Home phone 6 3111tpo FOR SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E W IRT 109 French avenue 315Imo i ta5LOSTA il Yet belt pin Return to Nev i Of fice and receive reward rr 3162b- WANTEDRcfrigerator of Jgddd size secondhanded one prferred Apply at this office 3lG5h jWANTEDGrass for 90 sheep E R ALLAN Phone sosa 3ltit2t FOR RENT House of eight fooins Phone 655 3152t FOR SALE Clover hay good M per ton in barn W J DIGKEY Rural Route Wo 3 3173 LOSTA ladys steel colored imita tion Alligator leather purse between Citizens Bank and J A Bishop residence on Maple streetr Khder leave at this office and recefye reward l17 Lt 1 FOR SALEEggs from pjirebrcd Buff Plymouth Rocks if H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 H17lmo Dont forget our 1mlfprigeaie on ove coats Ute rest of tiircek20 coats now 10 15 coat noV750 10 coats now 5 AL MURPHY 38 t WANTEDYouug man bev15a- nd 20 years of good haie thejihtlug14 North Main 3hj73iJ- UNK DEALERChas Zijpnnn junkdealer in old iron and ahhlinds fold metal Best buyerjjtown Iyiifol1street fketicQoy j t 1ICp 31S3tiI t b5S 4 y J 4r t1 1 f I JIt