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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Z t 4f stikJ h o last lditio I THE WINCHESTER NEWSVOL 1 NO 134 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 19 1909 2 GENTSA COPY It CENTS A WEEK IBURLEY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE EtASTER SOME OE THE INDEPENDENTS Past ot Pooled Tobacco Has Not Been Paid ForSpecial Meeting 0 Committee Is Called For Next WednesdayJ A meeting of the Executive Com mitee of the Burley Tobacco Society will be held Wednesday for the pur pose of adjusting some irregularities among the independent buyers in complying with their contract under which they purchased tobacco from the society some time ago Some of the independent buyers have failed to come to time with their money for the tobacco which they purchased and whether the society will extend the time for payment or nullify meeting sale will be decided at the Wednesday MRSIJil P H- IDEAHHLAY CITY Winchester People Regret To Hear of Her Death Formerly Lived In This City News of the death of Mrs J P iHazefcigg at Clay CStJy Thursday night was received by friends here Friday morningaformerly lived in this city and is well known to a large number of Win chester people who will regret to hear of her death Mrs Hazelrigg is the mother of Mr Clarence Hazelrigg of this city and the motherinlaw of Judge E C ORear of Mt Sterling Judge of the Court of Appeals Mrs Hazelrigg fell several weeks willijeFISCAL COURT TO MEET HEX TMONDAY MORNING The regular meeting of the Clark cbunty Fiscal Court will convene Monday morning with Judge Evans on the bench Nothing except the t transaction of routine work is on the docket for this term GOVERP FAVORS COUNTY LIMIT BILL Will Not Call Extra SessionDoes Not Believe in Prohibition For the Cities FRANKFORT Ky March 19Ina letter addressed to Rev Leonard W Doolau Chairman of the AntiSa loon League Petition Committee Gov emor Willson yesterday afternoon set the seal uPou his determination riot to convene the elgislature in ex passmgThe Governor says that while he is anearnest advocate of the county l unit bill he does not believe iu pro 1 hibitioh for the cities Althoughrefusing to convent the General Assembly in extraordinary r session he promises to bring the question of more temperance legisla tion to the attention of the next reg ular body The Governor goes over the situa ion very thoroughly and expresses himself fully on the subject in his letter to the Rev Mr Doolan Special to The W Va March 19Two immense water tanks con residences persons were fat ally hurt The are believed to have been dynamited The dead bod ies of Mr and Mrs Walter Wagle and child have been found in ruins of v homeVir i i 1 J Y 5fr v 7i t l 4 J v vyY41ra r r i x GREEKS START One Man Armed With Shotgun- Put Them to FlightMore Trouble Ky March 19 Damn Merica damn Merica Fleeing for dear life his face literal riddled by a charge of bird shot an at every jump yelling Damn Mer ica Joan Lirys a Greek laborer o the Columbia Gas and Electric Com panys pipe line a few miles south this city rushed into Camp No2 followed by 50 or GO Greekswbo dropped shovel and pick and ran before John Johnson an American win was pumping lead into their from a repeating shotgun The ba tIe occurred yesterday and thr Greeks were left upon the field dangerously woundedone at least- mortally A dispute arose over a hamme- when the foreigners attacked Johnson who after a very narrow escap- from being beaten to deathwith shovels and picks made his escape- and ran to a dwelling near by H was hotly pursued by the foreigners but procureda repeating shotgun and met them shooting as he came Fo men fell but the one who was shot i the face arose and ran with the uninjured ones a mile to their camp Friends of Johnson armed themselves and acted as his bodyguard all after noon It is feared the Greeks wi returnin which case a bloody battle is expected two BIG FIRES YORK i Dozen Are Injured in Burning of a SevenStory Apartment k House Special to The News NEW YORK March 19A dozen were injured in a fire that destroyed- a sevenstory apartment house in Central Park south this morning The building on lower Broadway occupied by Dunlap the hatter burn ed to the ground today ON PROSPECTING TRIP Mr Chester Bean has returne- from a prospecting trip in Nelson county Mr Bean contemplates purchasing a farm there some time in the near future and locating there MR LYDDANE QUITE ILL Mr C E Lyddane editor of t Winchester Democrat is quite ill his home on Lexington avenue u TWO IMMENSE WATER i FLOOD CIT iyiiamjfe s Believed To Have Been Used In Blowing Up Water Sup v At Parkersburg West Virginia News- PARKERSBURG supplyburst ProspectHillFour tanks their ONARPATHB- ut Feared- CATLETTSBURG JNJW TANK- SBURSJAND THE CATHOLIC CHURCH NOTES The young ladies Sodality of St Josephs Church will receive Holy Communion in a body Sunday morning at the 730 Mass Lenten Devotions Friday night at 730 oclockI Miss Pearl Rutledge has returned from a visit Jwith friends in Bowling Green a r H Irjo Y fj1V j l c qIrrI tM f IQ j0IJ = BLACK BASS FOR COUNTY Government Will Send Supply at Re quest of the Fish and Game Club The Clark County Fish and Game Club in stocking its own waters with fish has been a potent agency in stocking Kentucky River Each year the club gets fish from every source that it can and spends hundreds of dollars in the work Each year a limited supply is gotten from the Government Fish Commission and this year will not be an exception as shown by the letter below address ed to the President of the club There would be no necessity for restocking but for the fact that a large part of the fish go out over the dams during high water 1909iShrom your de believednmost anofbetweeno datoessentundertrrumbceeservo as stock only and it is expected that proper pro tection will be afforded them until reproducerGEO M BORRIS Commissionerh ROBBERS TERROI1 TOn a so AtsBaldi tISpecial to The News BALD KNOB Ark March 19 Robbers terrorized the citizens of this city this morning while making an unlu DewayBald Knob The building was wreck ed WHITE CONVICT TAKEN FROM JAIL AND HANGED John Brown Who Shot the Chief of Police of Whitemer Va Killed By Mob Special to The News WHITEMER Va March 19 Joseph Brown an alleged exconvict who shot Chief of Police Scott white was taken from jail by mob here last night and hanged to a telegraph poled BENNETT HAS A ROOD ofSHOW ColhetJudge Burname RICHMOND Ky March 19 cityhase he attended the inauguration of TaYin ft in the Class of 78 Mr Bennett is seeking the appointment to the Col wiiym His opponents are the incumber- Collector Denton and a Mr Wiseman of Danville Mr Denton is bein urged fo rreappointment by Co erressmaif Edwards Mr Wiseman s strongly endorsed by Senator Bradley and Mr Bennetts interests at going looked after by himselfand Judge A R Burnam of this city National Committeeman from Ken tucky and brotherinlaw of Mr Bennett f Mr GeorglijHuuV has gone to Va teviii3f i as s Vih Ande so n tityk Iii GF ETHEL BARRYMORE JUST MARRIED TO MILLIONAIRE RUSSELL GRISWOLD COLT CAPTAIN SAM BOONE WRITES OF DAYS PAST IN CLARK COUNTY Former Resident Revisits Winchester After An Absence Of Thirty Seven YearsFinds Many Changes In People And Conditions Capt Sam Boone is in the city on visit to his brother Henry Possibly no man living has in his mind complete a knowledge of Winches ter and Clarkcounty In the very beginning of the Civil War he enlisted amlwas made cap of Company D First Kentucky Federal oolfordsCavalry regimen t He served through the war with distinction Returning at the close of the war he filled the follow g offices Deputy County Clerk puty Sheriff City Judge and Count Attorney Well Preserved at 73 Capt Boone is a well preserved man of 73 and resides at Ashland Ky At our earnest request Captain Boone has prepared the following for publication Not the Same As Long Ago The Winchester of today is not the same place it was in antebellum days Spreading out in all directions- it lies assumed proportions that to the beholder who has been away for thirtyseven years is truly wonderful When the writer came to make his home in 1856 it contained population not to exceed seven or eight u tiiuibu PeoP1while now there must be from ten to twelve thousand The old houses and land marks of the long ago are to be seen no more Substantial and upfo date improve ments meet the eye in every direc tion and the busy limn of industry greets the beholder at every turn all this is a matter to be proud yet there comes a tinge of sadness to be found in the fact that all the great and grand men who lived here in the garnered years are gone some of these I note the nam of Simpson Bickner Hanson Winn Allen Smith Flanagan French Moore Hampton Hood Bush Hus ton Downey and a host of others which space forbids mentioning here These men present to the reader of today a galaxy of names who for sterling worth and integrity may be justly termed the peers of any livings dead See Some of Their Descendants Now and thou as we plod ofnsome of their descendants bu t change is written every where and younr have crossed the river It is good and exceedingly pleasant to revisit earlicrycaisdwe have not seen for years No man ofwoman born loves with more sin cere gratitude and forndness the der good people of Clark county or wishes more success for Winchester and her people than does Yours truly S Mi B00NE J 2 h trf1 j UNION STATION LIED IN RUINS Five Louisville Railroads Are Without I a HomeWill Get New Buliui NtLouisville Ky March 19JJy the destruction here at a loss of 400000 of the Union depot the local terminal for five of the countrys chief rail roads Louisville will probably bene fit by a new Union station This was decided by the Commercial club half an hour after the building at Seventh street and the Ohio river was a massy of smoking embers and debris Crossed wires in the attic of the big structure which was erected by the Illinois Central in 1890 are charged with the responsibility for the blaze which has made an empty shell of the depot before the entire fire department of the city had arrived Chief Clerk W G Roach and Superintendent Egan of the lamois Central fell through a skylight in an effort to escape and were badly in jured All other occupants escaped unhurtThe building was valued at 900 000 Only the walls are left standing The train shed was undamaged and the schedules of the five roads are unhamperedA coach is being used as a ticket office The rescue of a woman telephone operator from the fifth story by firemen and the great height to which the flames rose made the fire unusually spectacular JURY SEEMS HrO BE HUNG Sharp isFound Not Guilty Body Sent Back Again on L Coopers Special to The News NASHVILLE Tenn March 19 Judge Hart summoned the jury into court at 1250 today The foreman reported that the jury finds John hopelesssup as court discharged Sharp from custody an dsent the jury back for furthe- consideration Messrs Johnland Flpyd Day and onIbusiness ThursBayv JJ Y cSi fflC 1 f t t MEETINGS OF CITY AND COUNTY BOARDS OF EDUCATION SATURDAY Joint High To Be Discussed Arrangements To It lads Appropriation To Be Estimated The meeting of the city and county Boards of Education for the pur pose of deciding definitely on the matter of the city and county jointly building a High School building that was to have been held last Sat urday morning but which was post poned on account of the death of County School Superintendent Tanners father will be held Saturday morningThe county Board will also meet separately and will hear reports from the members of the Board who have made a canvass of the needs of the county schools and the amount which they will ask the Fiscal Court to ap propriate for maintaing the county schools for the present year when they meet Monday will be decidedon Arrangements must also be made for taking the census as of the firstt day of April The census of eac subdistrict is to be taken by thebeTrustee of the subdistrict or some one appointed by him The census taker will receive five centei for each pupil listed and will responsible for those omitted LOVELY YOUNG WOMAN PASSES TO HER REST Mrs Myra Ogden Quinn Died Friday Morning of a Complicationl of Diseases Mrs Myra Ogden Quinn wife of Mr Robert Quinn died at 3 oclock Friday morning from a complication of diseases aged 27 yetis She died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs B A Ogden She leaves in ad dition to her husband and parents three brothers Messrs John Stoner and Robert OgdentThe funeral services will be held at he Ogden home at 10a m Satur day By Rev J H Mac Neill and Rev J W Shepherd The burial will follow in the Winchester cemetery Mrs Quinn was a noble youn woman and a niversal favorite I BUYS CARLOAD OF HORSES 3 Mr G W Jordan Jrof Hawkins ule Ga was here Friday buying horses for the Southern market He was assisted by Mr H S Caywood of North Middletown and Mr Tom Davis of this city He secured ata carload from this section K Each one of the ten separate events in the athletic contests to be held at the Auditorium tonight wil be hotly contested The number of entries justifies the prediction that the se lection of the all round athlete will be a most difficult job and the probability is the man can pile up as many as 20 ponits will win out easily The 50yard dash is perhaps the most popular event avid this will be contested by a field of as fast sprint ers as have ever been gotten togeth er in this city The winner of the dash yehrJ J Godbey is entered again but will have to cover the distance in very few seconds to beat men of the calibre of Rains Taylor Larrimer and others whose records are not so well known This dash is always a chance for the dark horse and it is quite possible that a medalrIn the jumps Hams Taylor Lath mer Godbey and Combs are prom but will have plenty of high class The pole vault has three entries will interest as this is one t t f vy dv J 7 W1 v X 2 ll vi t 1 fl 1 1 i r tI Till WEATKLR O aIl hewers T ulbt3 Satariayci der School Census County aspirants competition TO MEET ATn c ESTILL SPRINGS Kentucky Press Association To Hier Summer Meettoy at Well Known Resort Estill Springs will entertain the members of the Kentucky Press As sociation again this year At a meeting of the Executive Committee held in Louisville Thursday Estill Springs was unanimously chosen as meeting place for the association summer Mr E A Jonas made n motion to the effect that Henderson chosen and presented a telegram from the Commercial Oiub of that town urging the editors to come there When he saw however that Estill Springs was the favorite he moved to make it unanimous Man alter Riddle of the Springs who was present with much tact began discussing spring lamb young chickens freshvegetables etc and if there was any doubt before the tide waS quickly turned in favor of that pop ular resortiBy motion the Program Committee lin charge of the winter meeting was authorized to arrange the program for the summer meeting This committee is composed of Mr Edwardr Shinnick of Shelbyville Mr Rr W i Brown of Louisville and Mr H A Sommers of Elizabethtown On motion of Mr Perry the Pterideal of the association was authorized to name delegates io the meeting of the National Editorial Association in Seattle July 19 The datesof summer meeting were fixed at 29 30 and July 1st WEST ENDERS WIN AGAIN The Maple street base ball team deg feat at the hands of the West Enders on the Maple street diamond Thurs day afternoon The score stood 5 toJ at the finish BatteriesWest End Bryan Reed Maple street Bean Talbott and Taylor WILL PREACH SUNDAY Elder J W Harding will preach the Church of Christ on Fairfax street Sunday morning and night BEST ATHLETICS OF THE CITY T WILL CONTEST AT AUDITORIUM Friday NightEntries Are All In For The W C Indoor Trac- kMeet Hot Contests Promised best that who last bu- tattraeat rof the most interesting events from the spectators standpoint Two other events introduced to night that are new to the people who will witness the games are the high dive and the pull up In the high dive J 1 the contestants dive over a Kigu tbuck and may reach six feet tonight tThe pull up is the old chinning stunt with whichall are familiar The greatest interest at the college t centers in the halfmile and this is isure to be an interesting race f i In thehurdltwtiae will be made th euh alI bf tants tare handicapped by last o flit y tin the fiftyyard distance Skating will be indulged in from fy f p m until the meet is begun at 8 and will occupy the latter half ef the ey Jreia the lose of tke meet until ilp a so that all Will r have one more to enjoy this popular amusement to thou bHrtsI content tonight The many improvements tlUit havetJbeen made at the rink liar n a fairy land of tHe old iliaad it r will be8J1IIost pitMiiamrprMf to those who have iiotbantkuzstriaei the alteratiwwiKae M suuie V t fl I ft 11f ij lJ ft r ortV r 4 sicA vi VWTli i y N I1 J if rl r f N l ayti val 0c3 rA s r i h rAr+ p ClOt 1h M i I J f roL it l r I fj trtJ r lU thklI THE WICHEStED NEWSy 0i y j ijrl Tr r L r l WMTEiEW1 Ai I iil 1 ritlllip a Plaid ybV rO 1Ii jiliciuiteilNews Co t tr JDItt ltpvl a l 9 tSQIIdMIA Street 4w t WIriihettirKintiicky i DailY Exc t Suncay 9tte ia4 Qndc1i natfer lT ir1itoojit the post office 4 Winchester Kentucky under the Aft of March 3 1879 b uicoiimbir RATES Carrier DeUvery Billy one year 520 W reek 10 Paykble at offic8iror to collector trotf week T Mill Delivery year s3o0 aiiidatlit t eo 150 4flth i 25 P8bi8 D adv1ncas Both Phones No 91 fIt FftlDAY MARCH 191909 1 I A GROWINGEVIL cJ fTr Tiftf nt hlg from our worthy neigniortKe Winchester Democrat is la vannng against a growing evil I lswQffKy pf serious cohsideration Qnef lung cannot escape the not i e of tHpse wljb attend the sessions oftour courts and that is the great damageosu a J stu s on a Bnckvapd sk Ifs his knee forthwith the pity is sueivif an employe of a mafiuf pturier gets hurt much or lit= tle ifcisma3e the basis of a damage firaU if jily quarrel results in a separafioha suit is brought for alie m sneaksasl hli o mion a o con cgniihghis neighbor he is at once tKie defeiidantin a suit for slander anlflf a poor newspaper with no in t ration to offend publishes something suedjMany pF them are wholly without merit Tinny of them are due to lawyers wlio bring suiton the shares asnaiinatfer of speculation and with little or no cost to the plaintiff An- osier cause is the tendency of the acxadamagesta Guist a n or co or anon without ni hcoisideratidn of tie Justice of the claim Some of this may be necessary otherwise great corporations in their greed for gain Would grow careless of the live and welfare of their employes and promptsMeinwatcfiiulnes of the comfort and ifJt femploy s The fact re nmins However that a great per broughtsgelting damages in a greater or les ser amount LOGICAL ECZEMA CURE ENDORSED BY PHYSICIANS 4 After treating eczema for years a a1 incurable blood disease the medical world is greatly interest ed in the discovery that it inot a blood disease at all but is due to a parasite in the skin itself This par its le is easily destroyed bv the ex- terndl i Beaton QEacOlppound of of1 wintergreen YDol glycerine etc This will quickly kill all eczema refreshingWelskmf iDr R A Folkerts of Dul th Minn tells of the success in treating patients There was a man here suffering fron eczema for the last ourtcen y rs and I applied the DD D treatment falsbrapplied it to a man oWetittDnlutb Mimi who haS been saffenfig ithRlieuinatism for four teerf y ars and Eczema in his feet nod t ejSpnjd treatment in both absoTutcbalw add its SOptlline effect is be ber1t it and slidlluse it am on- oiytpatiehts alt ether No matter hew terribly you Buffei ringwormia d tBe itcli allayed at once when a r few dronS of this oil ofwintergreen jt cote l und is applied ied The cures all e mtc be permannet We rQcom i aendxiit wibllD DI Soap Phillips rn r li 4 RLook he for xresh vegetn les ttnaai B leomo phone 11gJ G 11 1 i HUMPHREY SON 318 1t- tr q 1 iv n rv 1q t o ithIX rofep r an7 particuiar oncanbetf7ri f ticul- jL 6JJabout7 t Jiz y ou 0 MM friends a douhl like to t1Ipt1 nerve nece Mary to give you 4Jot bOthbarrQiH tahiiia Globe ft fi k + r i bq IJ i B J t v f yr HOOOYNJRcurtr LHEAVTRSNSQff fJ ldiidnaping akes Place at Sharon Pa yGALLEDFROM ilLS STUDIES i Stranger Takes Lad Into Buggy Tell Ing him He Js Wanted at Fathers Office and Is Traced to Warren O Where Rig and Chiltfs Cap AreRe coveredMother Recerves Note In Sons Handwriting Demanding 1O 000 For His Safe Return II Sharon Pa March 19Ten thou sand dollars ransom is demanded for the return of William Whitla AtVor ney James Pt Whitla s eightyear old son who was spirited away from school here by an unknown man fur wishing a mystery which the detec fives of the country are being apked to solve Accompanying the demand for ransom Is a covert threat that the boy will be killed unless the money is produced Hundreds of telegrams and teie phone messages have been sent to the police of various cities asking their assistance in the search for the boy and his abductors The first fruit of these came when Chief of Police Grain of this city received word that- the rig in which the lad was taken away had been recovered at Warren 0 with the childs hat on the buggy seat Ah the zeal of police and de tectives is now being centered at the region lying about Warren and those in charge of the chase think the kid- naper has but a slender chance of escape A stranger drove up to the East- Ward schoolhouse where young Whitla isa pupil and told the jan itor Wesley Sloss the lad was want ed at once at his fathers office Sloss conveyed the message to Mrs Anna Lewis the boys teacher who dismissed the child As she was helping him put on his overcoat she remark ed half jokingly I hope that man doBBjnot kidnap Willie When Sloss appeared with the boy the stranger smiled and helped him to the seat beside him He then drove off in the direction of Mr Whitlas office Several persons say a confederate joined the kidnaper before hq had left town Later in the day a letter directed to the mother was delivered at tile house by a mail carrier Mrs Whitla at once recognized the handwriting on the envelope as that of her son Opening it she found the following communication written in a strange hand We have your boy and will return him for 10000 Will see your adver tisement in the papers Insert in In dianapolis News Cleveland Press Pittsburg Dispatch Youngstown Vin dicator A AWill do as requested J P W Dead boys are not desir ableThe penmanship and spelling of the note indicated it had been written by a man of fair education Mr Whitla decided to comply with the conditions of the letter and sent for publication to each of the newspapers specified the note it directed him to insertSuspect Arrested at Warren Warren 0 March 19A man said to answer the description of the one wanted ajt Sharon Pa on a charge of kidnaping the Whitla boy was arrested here The janitor of the Sharon school will arrive here today to see if he can identify him THE MARKETS v Chicago Cattle Steers 55 007 25 cbyrn 53 60jJ5 50 heifers 256 00 bulls3 755 25 stockers and feede- rsJL35 30 Calves 53 508 25 Sheep and LambsSheep 54 506 30 lambs Choice heavy shipping 80685butchers 56 75685 light mixed 3- 5ff60cholce light 56 606 70 packing WheatNon64365e Oats NpvS33i53c East Buffalo j Cattle Export cat tJeS 00fl 75 shipping 56iObf eJCersUr 25 aJv s= st 8 859 Sheep 00iHogs Heayies 5J 207 257neaiumg 57 157 20 Yorkers 57 OQ7 10 pIgs 56 406 roughs 006v25r staffr 54 5 J5 r PKl burfl PaCattle Ch61ce J6 50 8bprime 20 t butcher 55 OW 85i hWfersAW Wt50fCO tiullf aha Jtagrti3tJf 25 fresh cows 050 00 dalves VealU 008 75 sKeeptand ZiaYnbs Pjihe wefhere 55 90 6 19 good mlxedr 6dff 85 lambs 60918 75 rrlinge 500 7 15 Rows Heavy 572 meafirms 57 15 7 9i heavyYork4r 57 tlS light Yorkers 56 609 85 pgs6 OQg6 25 leveiand OCattle PJf e dryted cattle EOOA125 fat steers ltelters 756 GT T4 25B25f coos 52 50riJ 3 bulfs 53 W54 25 milkers and springer 525 QO5b n Calv 58 down 50wetlatsbs 69007 85 bogsMixed 56 95 heavies 5T Ot mediutns 957 00 YorKewr 56 WfR s5 pTgs 625 stags ir2S roughs S5 26 riJ1IiCOcfstNoN c RntNo 2 5Lard = Oe 19 If ijUk Meatsa s7 B tfrar Kfif =Y5tz To5- Cottle12 76fi8 26 Sieep42 25fi 59 Lambs JS S6S liTeJefde AvhMit H22 corn 67- coat66fe rye 824e i otpY rseea 63Oi tA i r i4f y f 2 tJ f i wrdf lt ffC r r t h fl BIG TEN DAYS SPECIAL SALEi4 q A1F tir r i I 2C f Jesse Owens Big Department Store 1 Opp St George Hotel N Main St Winchester Ky J From March 20th Until the Close of March 31st 1 IMY stock of DRY GOODS SHOES HATS and NOTIONS is now complete and for I IITEN DAYS I am going to make some very interesting prices and save you money on your purchases My stock is all new No Fire Sale goods No auction trash NoI job lots but all Strictly FirstClass Merchandise You need goods I need Dloneyjso for the next ten days visit the Big Department Store of Jesse Owen and see what a saving there is in buying from ine o Miens Blue Denim Overalls without Bib always soc sale price per pair 40c Mens Blue Overalls with Bib always soc sale price per pair 40c Mens Blue Overalls with Bib or without always 100 sale price per pair 85e Jackets or Coats to match all of the above at 40 and 85e Mens regular soc Work Shirts all sizes sale price 40e Mens 100 Fine Dress Shirts sale price n85e Mens Fine Dress Shirts regular soc value sale price 40e Mens Black Sateen Shirts 500 value only 40c Mens Extra Heavy Suspenders value 250 sale pricef1ge Mens Special Lisle Suspenders 5oc value sale price 25p Mens 500 Shoe 400 400c 300 300cc 240 2 Soc 200 U 200 150 Mens 300 Pants 235 225 185 200 165 150 H x us- i 25n ruv 100 ioo 85 Mens Work Gloves 100 value 75c It 75 It50eIe It H 50 40c 2519cMens Cotton Gloves 8c Mens 25C Socks 19c ISCcc IOC 10Cc 7c Mens Linen Collars value IOC and ISc all styles and sizes 8- ciThe season for Overalls Pants Work Shirts Shoes Glove Etc is at hand I have made some very lucky purchases and can save you money on your purchases Come and see me- opp St George Hotel i 1Jt RichesFora Idone had so much Brother Dickey dat fer sbmepin new in de new year I gwine ter git down on whatVlef er my pb ol kriees an ax de good Lawd ter make me rich I reckon datll be a big surprise ter de angels e dey aiflt lookin fer dat turn mebut I gwine ter qualify itez you may say by axin de Lawd ter make me rich an humble Atlanta Constitution circumstances Circumstances The man of genius creates them the man of talent uses them the fool looks at them without seeing them Charles Narrey F n r I earners Simpsons American and Columbia brands of Cali- cos all standard was 6c sale price Se Best Brands of Apron Ginghams all checks and colors sale price Sc Hope Bleach Cotton sale price 8e tL Sea Island Sheeting worth s1 cents per yard sale price 7c In Percales Madras White Goods and Dress Ginghams you will fincL a beautiful line to select fronii and at very low prices India Linon 250 qual sale price 20c II20C II15cII II 15C II12e 1I IC lOc II 10CIC 8e sct 67c Carpets and Mattings Rugs Floor Oil Cloth Liuolium Window Shadesall these things you will need for Spring house cleauiug Come and get my prices Remember I give tickets with all purchases and when you have spent 20 with me I will have your picture or any one you may want enlarged FREE as a present See samples of work now on display at my store Buy from me and save money and in addition thereto secure an enlarged portrait of yourself or friend Be sure to call for tickets when purchasing goods THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM J was seen in thb red face hands nUll body of the littlesoil of H M Ad amsr of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema hind for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the pois = oned blood had affected his lungs aiid nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Uheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Electric Bitters is su preme OntyVoOe Guaranteed by Phillips Dnlg Com ian 1 + rl- tf J I r SPECIAL SALE DAYS SATURDAY AND MONDAY On Saturday and Mon day I will place on sale 650 pairs Lace Curtains ranging in value from 50c to 650 per pair Special sale price will be from 40c to 400 per pair The line consists of Nottingham Mission Bonne Princess Snow Flake Cross Bar and other patterns Here is your chance to secure your Lace Curtains for Spring at a big saving TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Special prices on Towels Linens Napkins Bed Spreads and Rugs THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY On Thursday Fridey and Saturday I will conduct a Special Sale on Laces and Embroideries 20000 yds to go on sale at the follow ing prices LOT 7Lace and Embroidery of all kinds special sale price per yard 5c LOT 8 Embroidery and Insertions always roc to i2j c per yard sale price per yard 73 LOT 9 Embroidery and Inser tions sale price lOC 8rLadies here is your chance to get your trimmings way below value Thursday Fridayand Saturday TIME AND I 1 N Main St Opp St Hotel i Rheumatism Table THE Rest for Our ntelUgenceII Ignorance considered alone and aside from truth with which it is o sweetly harmonious is rest for our Intelligence it maks us forget our past evils dissimulates the present ones in fine it is a boon since it comes to us from nature Barnardin de SaintPIerrc rIAII Meteors Sly exclaimed the citizen Who had been sitting up with a friend gazing wonderingly at the heavens ithish must be a great night for stronomers Never saw silo many meteors in my life Kansas City Times sUa caiB Fogy TNc pws Ffji n DI j Fail toI Visit i the Big DepartmentStore Owen This Big 10 Days SpecialSale Opposite q St Hotel ii 101 North r Main Street tJKyREMEMBER PLACE Jesse Owens Big Department Store George Winchester Ky = r hageI of- Jesse During George The St mbJjngBlockI Id telLniy friends frankly of all my faults says the Philosopher of Folly but for one thing Theyd believe what I told em rKillS WOULDBESLAYER IA merciless murderer is Appcndi fIb vcntion They gently stimulate stom itch liverand bbwct preventing that t clogging that invites appendicitis ion tiPanon Billionsness Chills Mataiia Headache and IndiI gestiou 2 4i PJullipg Drug tolt1 Xi i tt y 1 t ltItalways some good in a man irfio IIs a white vest Galyftstos NiTwlT i L It IT SAVED HIS LEGrJ 4 Illll thought Id lose fnyt le J Al Swcnson PatertoYwn t Wis Ten years of eczema t R f5 1JlaidSalve curcrit sound and wellt lItfallible for Skui Eruptions kJi SSf Salt Rheum Boils Pcrer Spr s iBniTis Scalds Cmts axe FiIM 25ei at Pkillips prwr 5U r w i v t v 1 fc J I rII t k i t F a c Ii J it j H i f i 2 a J t t t THE WINCHESTER MOMSx i aTbrsiH Ji r Personal Liberty risalonethe art of discrimination knowing what I Now we you want n you want it TRY US LIC H BOWEN L V The ladies of the Baptist church will have anLxchange Saturday atM T S Bushs store Mrs Henry Ramsey will enter tain at FortY two Saturday after noon r The Little Colonel Readers will meet with Miss Frances Pendleton j Saturday afternoon 4 Charming Entertainment r Mrs Ernest Bean entertained a few friends in compliment to Mrs Plattof Asheville N C and Mrs Troy of Memphis Tenn the charming guests of Mrs Carrie Buckner on Wednesday morning at her elegant home on South Maplu street with an informal needle party The morning was delight fully spent and dainty refreshments Were served Euchre One of themost delightful social affairs ofthis week was the Euchre Club meeting with Miss Allan Crucher at her home on Boone ave nue The house was decorated in ferns and huge vases of jonquils Miss Crutcher and her guest Miss Sarah Peak of Louisville received the guests in a most charming way Many beautiful and exquisite gowns added charm and beauty to this oc casion Misses Mabel Shipp Mar garet Brown and Cora Baldwin ex quisitely gowned marked the pro gressions At the conclusion ol the games a most delicious luncheon was served with coffee at the small tablesMiss Crutchers guests were Mesdames George Green Harry Strothof SaUl Jeffries Lucien Beck ner J W Ishmael George Clark Harvey Franklin Charles Parr ish John Clelland Ogden Crutcher Susan G Andreson O G Hadden Curtis Evans Roll Ratliff Harry Strossman Ben Crutcher Rash of Clay City Mann CrewsII Jenkins Rufus Lisle Clark Rand Baldwin Lewis Flynn Anna Turley Frank Pendleton Misses Florrye Smith Hazel Cor nell Ella Pendleton Kate Rash Evelyn Price Anna Stoner Rash Mabel Shipp Golden Day Edna Gaitskill Jane Gaitskill Sara Peak of Louisville Lisa Brown of Bos Ferndell Foods 1 Huylirs ewekr and O ticiJ I SOCIETY ton Mass Miss Ritehie of Cincinnati and Miss Cornell Course Dinne r Mr Walton Rounsavall entertained with a delightful last evening at the home of his mother Mrs Ella Rounsavall oil French avenue The house was beautifully decorated in ferns palms and exquisite pink roses while the dining room was the scene of rarest beauty The room was lighted by six candles with shades just the color of the American beauty rose which were placed at equal intervals down the center of the long table and cast a mellow glow over the charming scene The two taller candlesticks were near the center of the table and wide red satin ribbon was caught from these in festoon effect to the lower can- dIes In the center of the table was a large vase of magnificent American beauty roses A delightful six course dinner was served Covers were laid f Mr Walton Rounsavall and Miss Calloway Squires of Lexingto- Mr Jeff Stewart and Miss Ethel Thomas Mr Lewis Hampton an Miss Joy Daingerfield of Lexington Mr Thomas Hampton and Miss Theo Nelson Mr Withers Davis of Paris and Miss Sara Beverly Jon ett Mr and Mrs George O Tebbs Mr Jeff Stewart entertained tb same with a box party to see the performance of Strong heart Miss Ethel Barrymore actress and Mr Russell Griswold Colt o Bristol R L son of Col Samuel Pomeroy Colt for many President of the United States Ru ber Company were married at the of the Roman church of the Most Precious Blood in Hyde Park a suburb of Boston at 930 Monday morning according to an announcement by Miss Bar rymores Rev Chittick officiatedI PERSONALS Messrs B T Wade Rezin M Clure and B Frank Perry of Mt Sterling were here to see Strong heart last evening Mr Harry T Grooms was in iPhenominal Pricese offered on Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets i dont fail to see us before you buy as stock is larger and better this year than ever before and it is universally known that when you buy from us you are always sure of Quality and Quantity We have given special attention to our Garden and Flower Seeds and knowwe car ry the best to be had Do not be misled by cheaper and inferior grades Remember Our Prices V ARE RIGHT f I RW Rounsavall O Go SOLE AGENTS III Pure Candies course elegant company rectory Catholic manager our IIPrices1 BOTH PHONES No 40 I V Wr e i t r dhli J J L r P 1 town Thursday on tipsiness Miss Sara Beverly Jouett eft this morning for a visit Danville Miss Mary Adcock of Paris is theguest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs J M Woodward Miss Florrye Smith left this morning for Danville to attend the Masquerade Ball there tonight Mr and Mrs V W Bush spent several days in Cincinnati this weekMrs Artis and Mrs J W Staple ton have returned from cincinnati where they attended the Spring openingsMr Prewitt has returned from a sojourn in Florida Mrs Jesse Turney of Paris was in town Thursday for a few houis onher way to Mt Sterling Miss Joy Daingerfield of Lexing ton is the guest of Miss Ethel Thomas Mrs Bettie Anderson was in L ex ington Thursday on business- r Mrs J W Hugely and Mrs Rilla McChord ot near Red House are visiting Mr and Mrs J W Shearer and other relatives and friends Miss Eva Baugh of Mershon Laurel county is the attractive guest of friends and relatives in the city and county Mrs W D Smith was in Cincin nati for a few days this week Mr and Mrs Crews Rash have returned from a f w days in inch nati Mis John M Jenkins left for Mt Sterling this morning to attend an entertainment there this afternoon Miss Golden Day left today for Lexington to attend a receptions le tonight Mr Harry Tinnier is very ill Mrs C 11 West spent Thursday in Clay CityIarhiss Ida Feld spent Wednesday in Lexington AltnSterling on business Thursday acrdon Mrs J B Hampton of Owings ville is the guest of Mrs J E Gaits ldland attended Strongheart last night Mrs George Proctor went to Lexis injrton Thursday afternoon OPERA HOUSE Montana leafson and producer has staged the piece expectationsbbuilt great electrical effects added and staged by Mr Thomas McGrain Mr David Belascos stage manager Miss Frances Hooper wit be seen in the stellar role supported by a cap able and wellbalanced cast includ ring Miss May Crolius Mr Thomas J Fitzpatrick and ten others Mon tana as written by Mr Carey is a yp5cai Western play eliminating however the predominating gun play that is so usual iu the modern west ern play Mr Carey has gone be hastin its stead written a strong and pow orful drama Montana will be at the opera house Saturday matinee and night Lena Rivers What promises to be the Iragest advance sale of seats for a dis tinctly dramatic performance that has ever been known hi this city is that for the presentation of Mary J Holmes great novel dramatized Lena Rivers at the opera house next Tuesday There ino question ing the fact that extraordinary inter est centers in the production of this play As a story of life in the South the book has for fifty years had a tremendous vogue and the play adapt ed from it will in all likelihood find favor for many years Thus far the play has won much success and it contains many things that appeal to every theatregoer The story is pretty and simply told and its humor is fresh and quaint Its characters are deftly drawn and to readers of the book it will be as if they had just steppedout from the printed pages- of the book to the stage The pre sentation of the play is being awaited with much interest Everyone is anx ions to get a look at Lena Granny Durward and the other char acters Miss Beulah Poynter made the dramatization and the promise is made that theproduction will be found an elaborate one 1 Ter1 V en n 5am9er SVVdxv laye an 20 t16 uts nTe t1 f 1 j s f t 7rfI tt J t Inaugural of Spring Business A I OF CTLrrITOI1TB ROSS ti j1 l We ifendour heartiest greeting to our patrons and rv y v v to of Winchester and Clark County fir andannounce that out Stock of Dress Goods and Silks Ti1iloped wits Skirts Waists TeaIi ft t i Jackets etc WnJcn have been bought especially to meet the requirements bf this section are larger and more complete than ever before and 4 iwe offer the advantage of the BEST PRICES With anticipa v tionof the biggest season in the history of our house we have laid in such a stock as will meet the requirements of the mos tAcareful and the most economical buyer V iv Come in and every courtesy will be extended You neednot buy Just examine our SPRING GOODS f v We have been successful in the past because THE QUALITY OF OUR STOCK AND OUR EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRiSA ii 5 HAVE ALWAYS BEEN TWO IMPORTANT FACTORS t 1 Ii li L CLIFTON Bi ROSSt- i Main Street Opposite Court House r j fWinchester A + v y- x x Kentucky ro are eoI8o y nvbtecl ko I3Lttend th- eIttArtx 3vtc01 T 3atca T t8TC 19thand 2Ok Cor 180 n and Z8oT1801t Streets THE ELEGANCE represented in of Furniture attention and consideration of all- FURNITURE BUYERS as we in large quantities we are able tp quote very lowest prices sistent with fine The Winn Furniture Co We Give S H Green Trading Stamps A good cook needs a good cooking Range TheF yorite range beats all T S lUSH r 3l8eodlmo r TRY A NEWS WANT M 4 ADVERTISEMENT IJ I an txP 1 Att t and variety our present stock claim the Buying do the con quality them SPRING MILLINERY OPENING iThe opening of Miss Rosa Bald wins large and specially selected stock of millinery and notions will fc held March 19th and 20th In this selection will be found the very cream of styles cifors andmatwiais tL 1Y9- tT1 f a t 1 aOT5 t- 3LWbtCt e5teenthj9AlTOUSEt10LD C Get a can of JAPAIAC today at our Paint Depart ment and see for yourself how wonderfully it will ret iUvenate an old chair or in fact any piece of furniture that is badly marred g It comes in 6 colors and ihas a hundred uses r Oak Dark Oak Walnut Mahogany Cherry Mil ft acMe Green Ox Blood Red Brilliant Black Dead Black rtrA tNatural Gloss White Flat White Ground Blue Gold aidfiAluminunS JjAllll- 0LACE CURTAIN CARPET CLEANER and All Sprinf CI ltIc iJ i L 2 iAy 1fPhilllp DruQ orM ifl 4 I 7 t J It K tM rf l t jrk r W rr 4 Jl u iIi tf II o tf4 11 TIjJ f r r f I c 1 1 II t I 1 J q t 1 q jdl = 1 t L 77 J 4S s i f 3itE Sb SSSF ri 1 = 3c i w f gy 1fl T4rf Ia Vit 1 rtrA I rT ro rI r MNc= 2ktEr i J THE WICHESJER NEWSvS of w i I cSI II I s D d I INPIMT- hI VAPImY BRANDWlIlTIJC ULUTRA rON I 1l7 coPYRIGHT IO7 Y ILL ciS vutI aoa mniices nave you irom otfier ser5he asked Though perhaps I need not ask they have lorsIitheir roses Mlss Greene gave a little exclamation of annoyance DO you think I dont knowshea dthat I dont understand all that Biight have known that they would thoughtf1that I be spared necessity of buttonholing them It was a novel way of buttonholing them he Jaughed Ohl she exclaimed catching her 5btatii tlur wear the sesandia gatme Her eyes flashed through the mists ofvvexation that suggested tears v You are all alone then5 Vernon said this in a low solicitous Afcne as if he were dealing with some ieep grief HA11 alone And you represent no ohethat oI society no club Jlam not a paid lobbyist she said though I Relieve it is not beyond the properties of our profession hdowkat t do only from a love of princi pliol represent only my sex She Impressively and then with a quick little laugh that rec it Zd the theatrical that had been in heir atti spectWithoutThe ladles generally do not scra tobe interested Vernon acquiesced t ziQt she shook her head sadly noon the contrary I suppose most of thoppose the measure- rhave generally found them of that feeling Vernon observed oCtenJXiUUoned fie you will remember Miss Greene spoke with a bitter ness Then quickly she collected her elf But your objections Senator Ver I 1she said Really we must get down io business 4She raised the little chatelaine- witch that hung at her bosom and looked down at it And then sudden ly wjthout waiting for his objections Indahandr and said You will help me wont you 3Yerrion looked Into her eyes His gaze after an instant fell He tried to run the stem of the rose through his buttonhole The thorns caught in tb cloth Youll have to do ithe said help lessly From some mysterious fold of her iijjijrifhe topka pjtf tod then lean ver she pinned the rose to his coat pinned It with Its long stem- hanging as a woman would pin a flow er id a mans lapel iThank yptf He was looking into h reyes again Rather let me thank you she said mymeasureHIs eyes widened suddenly He had quite forgotten the resolution She shebius1iU nds iiI not vote for It he rushed Ja d 1pulilvelY but Ill make a speech for it He straightened and leaned away from her to give a proper rspecUve In which she could admire tiim He sat there smiling HOw splendid of you she cried I f6el encouraged now Then Vernbns face lengthened He tIini red Butyoull haVe to give tl1ngaoouftbej Phiihe laughed I brought some dlsP9iork Can you make any suggestions Pin you tell me whom I should see whom 1 should Interest who has the ahpulr I believe you call It UUr bring them to you Vernon said Youslt here arid hold court Ierose and his eyes swept the ctiamberf They lighted on Burns a4d 2 si Wea suddenly came to him He wid revenge himself on Burns for ail the slights of the session 6f course youll have to see Sam Porter but Ill egtn by bringing Sen ator Burns famiilarty known as Bull Burns x Ive read of him so often in the jiawjspapers she said It would ba- alrHlM1f i cit i ViSada went over tq Burnsseat and tpucl kkim on tfie shoulder 9 t Onne safe I fa tone of cowintand Speaking for once from the altitude of his s3lia inferiority Anti rheburlyti4ck4 Miiiriwiys dCOM with m VerD nsaldf rWhau 4W aad aiJnstigt littN Yii ltsd before71t1lssqtGfU 8 Thtju4 3U Wh had quIckly r i ru ik iJ t t Jiil Vt r5T1r1I r turned to her side made way and Vernon said Miss Greene may I present Sena tor Burns of the First district Miss Greene smiled on the big saloonkeeper who instantly flamed with embarrassment She gave him her bandandhe took itlnhisfat palm carefully lest he crush it I am delighted to meet Senator ofteniyou know I count it a priVilege to meet one of your acknowledged influence in our states affairs Vernon stood back delighted beyon- dmeasirewith the confusion Into which Burns for once had been betrayed The senator from the First district was struggling for some word to say and at last he broke out with Aw now lady ddnt be trowln de con into me v The men in the little group on that side of the senate chamber burst out ina laugh but Burns becoming suddenly grave and dangerous and terri bletin his gravity they broke off in the very midst of their mirth The group became silent Really Senator Burns said Miss ahconfidenceIgraceful sWeep of her skirts Then she went dtf c If ybu will permit me I should llkejtoixpiaih iny mission to you I am down here to ask the seri- ate to adopt a resolution that will submit an amendment to the constitu tion permitting the women of Illinois to vote at all elections as they yote at school elections now If you can give It I shpuld like your support I should at least like to tell you my reasonsSlowly she seated herself again saying Will you sit down But Burns only stood and looked at her There was a trace of fear in her face Do you warit die resblution put trough he asked bluntly- I Indeed I do she said Is dere anytIng in it fer you he went on- Why Miss Greene said somewhat at a loss only that I am interested as a matter of principle in seeing it adopted It would be a great day for melt I could go back to Chicago feel ing that I had had just a little bit to do with such a result Den Im wit you said Burns and wheeling he went back to his desk Miss Greene watched him a moment and then turned to the men heir numbers augmented now by others Who had come up to see Burns in the presence of such a woman The glance she gave them was a question Oh he means it said Monroe of Whlteslde Hell vote for the reso lutionYes hes given his word said Brownwell of Cook Vernon devoted half an hour to bringing senators to meet Maria workI 1 t Den Im Wit You dOne and he found a riJoment alone with her She had given him some pamphlets on equalsuffrage 1Ah if you could only address the Seriate he exclaimed in open admi ration And then as if aft Inspiration haLcone to him he added Perhaps I could arrange itT it has been done She gasped and stretched out her hand to stay him fTo e eorittnrieaV I- Money and Ki1owedge Morter aicdwhollysnlMciHVili lte6 less Knowledge on- ehthe asisr tlso ulckr us more 1 L t1 J1- Cr4 fNf M H5iiNtLGflO S Roosevelt Says He Will Disprove Starr1 Gloomy Forebodings Oyster Bay N Y March 19Theodore Koosevelt received at his home on Sag moreHtll Roosevelts Neigh bore of N a County New York a delegation of 250 prominent znon Re puSileSnfe and Democrats whom he had plaimed to receive at the White HbUserotr Marcn 3ibutwhd failed on account of the storm to reacn Wash ington in time To them the former presiding made his last public utter ances prlor to his departure for Afr rica His remaks were mainly an appre ciation of the visit but he assured them he Intends to disprove the gloomy forebodings of Professor Starr who declared that Mr Roosevelt Wmnotcollie out of Africa alive If he follows the itinerary he has mapped Oat He promised those present if he proved he is right that in a year and a quarter they would celebrate together Suicides on Fathers Grave Indianapolis Ind March 19Miss Tillie Meyers 24 was found dead on her fathers grave in the Catholic cemetery She had swallowed car belle acid Her father died abouttwo weeks ago and grief over his death is supposed to have caused her to take her own life TEARS FLOW WHEN JURY FREES MANN Women Hug and Kiss Attorney In Chicago Courtroom Chicago March 19 Dramatic scenes accompanied the acquittal here of Luman C Mann charged with the niurdec of Mrs Frances Gilmore Thompson last June The evienc against Mann was circumstantial his defense an alibi With the words not guilty from the lips of the foreman vUie scene in Judge McSurelys court becam one of excitement bordering on hysteria Ive been a bad man but years from now youll hear of me as an honest citizen Mann said In thanking the Jury Tears were rolling down his cheeks and his sobs made it almost impossible for him to speak We knew you were innocent said one of the Jurors unabashed tears flowing freely Other jurors furtively applied handkerchiefs to ttiefr eyes as Mann returned to his mother throw ing his arms about her neck and cry ing like a child Women who have been constant attendants at the trial weeping and all trying to talk at once made a rush for Attorney Erbsteln who defended Mann Spheral of them tried to kiss him ana it is said some of them succeeded before he made his I escape Will Abolish Grade Crossings Akron 0 March 19An elaborate plan to depress the railroad tracks and thus eliminate grade crossings in this city Is bOmb Worked out by the chamber of commerce with the rail roads and city officials All this it is thought will cost over 1000000 CNSLJS5 Bill PASSES House Enacts First Legislation of Special SessionfWashington March 19 The first piece of legislation to be enacted by the house during the special session was the bill providing for the taking of the thirteenth census which was passed In its present form the meas ure gives to the civil service commis zion jurisdiction over appointments and provides for the printing of the reports by the government printing office As enacted at the last session the bill stripped the civil service commission of such authority and there was a provision allowing some of the printing to be done by private firms because of which President Roosevelt vetoed it A further amendment was made whereby appointments are to be apportioned pro rata among the states MRS ASTRO TRIUMPHS Persuades Husband to Change Plans For Return Home Dresden March 19 Ciprlano Cas tro the former president of Venezuela has given up the idea of going direct to La G air He will leave the steamer Guadeloupe on which he will sail March 26 front Bordeaux at Port of Spain Trinidad where he will take up his residence temporarily at least At Port of Spain he will await news from his friendsin Venezuela and will then determine what his course shall be General Castro yielded reluctantly to the persuasions of his wife his sister md his brother Carmelo not to land at La Guaira- SITUATIONMORE HOPEFUL Austrian Emperor Expressed Himself as Being For Peace Vienna March 19The situation in the Balkans is considered more hopeful The emperor expressed his he lief that H Ace would be maintained and in tke lower house the minister for defense again denied rumors of mobilizatiOH Itis believed that I- ntiIOni isfegotktlo nbwr going b- alInI4warthe aaablIng of a confenmc it the powed 5n 4 = g Ie j ro r t l Ss YOULL say and think that wrY don you a distinct xv i VS4 service iwe one get you towear- ingsomeof v ut these r vhtartII and Marx good clothes Thats the waywe I feel about itt o Were doing our friends a good turn by bringing here such a fine line of these famous goods add displaying them beforeyii J r Overcoats Th all the latest models new fabrics ThOdibrs1 oxfords black New colorings and patternss in fine suits blue and bladk rtiits all the smartest r V inomels of the season f V V V Jv y f x This store is the home fIrtSchaffner Mar iC clothesS vie BLOOMFIELD f IiSS TT k Its a Comfort to Workl cut in 1 Profits from Cat Breeding Taken all round cat breeding1 te not a royal road to fortune It Is all a matter of luck and some people may manage for a few years to make a profit but it cannot be kept up I myself mide about C out of my cats one yeftrj ilpt for rut aad tabor but asa rule 1 wax oqt ofSC i i 1 y J 1 r t J j I I with our mill specialties Every post arch cap or moulding fits so easily into place with little or no sawing or planii That means a quick job as well satisfactory one And quicknessI spells economy you plan any building repairing or improving come here formillwork that will half both the time and the cost R P SCOBEE SON 1 COINCORPORATED a handsqpae altowlny PUT It AWAY You migHt as well as to let some inexperienced man try to make the repairs We can fix your rigs satisfactpril3r Prompt attention will be given to any business you may favor us wit- h15STROTIIER SCOTt Why She Declined Rellj7 said the stylish lady en iuiiastically to her friend it ii worth while to see the wonderful dis- plAy of fhoddaeHdrdns Is liDre plied her friend languidly like toi look at the great big clumsy beasts too but it always smells so unpleas astIr around the cagssLb4idoa New H t i L r ItClark County INCORPORATED d ConstructionCo n r Jo1It Think of the mud andhlll- climbing tax paid each year RasI a On the Basis of Equipment and the ap Lplication of Economical Business=l Methodsy we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or pri vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction L guaranteedJ Peoples State Bank CAPITAL lOOOOO agojustion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been h steady growth fro the start in the number of quf depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll names every week We want yours Ydu are cordially incited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to business M HCDGKIN Cashier L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President Citizens National Bank 42000 WEJSOLICIT BUSINESS Will give youcourteous entrusted IJ SimpsoniPres T Phillips V Pres Its Your Businesst- o the best modern Plumbing installed premises Its to do just this very kind Plumbing and do r Its Your Business to employ whom you please to do your Plum iugjIts Our Business ask for your order and trade andwe do Phone 162 GRANT WITT 8 CO 30 North Main is the Oh QuitIrecommended by a man who to make it work Instead of quitting pff short quit gradually Dont smoke the morning until you cant stand it any Then smoke a cigar and then quit again until you are degrees1you Pavcrnenta Few us ate Interested tbosei famous pavementsmade of good inteaf tloBS as we expect to there MyhoW Chicago News iUISCRlBE FOR THEANEWSZ e 11cl N cail r cost the Far l- lmers is 4 much aS peoren new all J J When You See Your Horse Going Into the feed or grain our supplying youll know why he works without whipping better every day You can not work on poor food Neither can your horse Give him our kind feed and grain and hell repay you hand somely in bothdispositien to work and to do it Purina ChicKen Feed Vulcan Plows Old Hickory Wapns J R Merlin Goal and Supply Co Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus YOUR and treatment and attend promptly carefully to all business to us D F have in your Our Business of we to Here In longer cortpelled of in dont go of of A H Hampton Cashier isw Poynter Asst Cashier I II GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with la nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan 1 t Winchester Ky orner of Broadway and Highland wVVSDQLPHINTAILOR SHOP- Clothes Gleaned Pressed G Repaired We do French Cleaning and guarantee Satisfaction Ladies Party Dresses a 5 e Ityt Give Us a Trial and we do Ihc rest All called for and delivere- d24WCour i h fHome Phone 645 Wfnchester Ky DWELLING HOUSE 4I- KVENTORIES FREt WE WILL SEND j HAND SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILLMAKEJWRITIEN APPLICATIONS v FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR TO ASSIST INT MAKING THE INVENTORY IT IS A VALUABLES AND USEFUL BOOK AND ALL Wilij CARRY INSURANCE THEIR HOUSEHOLD gOfDSV SHOULD HAVE ONE v tI- I J iJOUHTSINSURAICE ItGY tt c i rJ 7 F fG nI- s r f ti r fit iJ i ir ri a Yr y nfr v a l1 r r3r r a 7z 4 i IaL + j eiV vj TJIERan ERzEWS 0t h g fir MR LINES TO- ELIMINATEDBE s V Congressmen Will Act Inde y pendenfly on Payne Bill r 1 FiVORHOME DISTRICTS Democratic Members Indorse Inheritance Tax Philippine Free Trade and Other Features of Measure but Believe Wool Schedule Not Suffi ciently Reduced to Produce Rev- enueFight For Free Lumber Prom Ises to Be Exciting Feature Washington March 19That party lines will be eliminated during the consideration In the house of the 7 Payne tariffbill was indicated by the i action of Representative Broussard of Louisiana Jn withdrawing from the meeting of the minority members of the committee because he differed with their views on the tariff With few exceptions each member of the house will fight for the inter ests of his home district There is little prospect of any lengthy general debate on the bill and the consider ation of the measure under the five minute rule for amendment will bo proceeded with as soon as possible probably by the end of the present weekUnless agag rule for the preven tion of unlimited amendment under the fiveminute rule is brought in the minority members of the ways and means committee will not report a separate bill Their report will be drafted by Minority Leader Clark and wjtf severely criticise the wool sched ule in the new bill It is contended by the Democrats that it has not been cut sufficiently to place it on a revenue basis There probably will be numerous amendments offered and heated Discussions affecting them are anticipated The Inheritance tax Philippine free trade internal revenue and maximum and minimum features of the new bill arerindorsed i the minority leaders and there has been much favorable comment upon the measure by Demo cratic congressmen Champ Clark declared that he had not had sufficient time to look into its provisions to enable him to comment upon them J tIt is understood that the minority leaders favor the removal of the restrictions on the quantity of sugar arid tobacco that can be admitted from tine Philippines free of duty On the other band several southern Democrats are endeavoring to have the free trade provision amended so as to exclude rice their contention being that rice could be sent from the Philippines to the United States mar kets and sold for 2 cents a pound if admitted free from the islands This they say would ruin the rice ndustry In this country A number of Democrats will join with some Republicans in favoring the continuation of the duty assessed by the Dingley bill upon lumber The fight for free lumber will be headed by Champ Clark itjs understood He has frequently expressed himself in bitter terms regarding the lumber sit uation in this country During the tariff hearings he arraigned the lum ber magnates and delved deep into the intricacies of stumpage and rail ryad land grants It is not thought 1 there will be any serious opposition teaI In its report estimates that the entire revenues to the government for the f fiscal year 1910 providing the Payne bill Isln operation will be 862165 885As the total amount for which revenue will be required for 910 is estimated at 872221701 it is claimed that they deficit for 1910 will be about 100bp 000 r SENATE TACKLES TARIFF Finance Committee Today Begins Consideration of Schedules 3VAshington March 19 Beginning today the senate finance committee will hold drIly sessions for the con sideration cf the Payne tariff bill and a variety of expert work which will be necessary fora consideration of the tariff schedules will be begun at once TJia four Republican vacancies on the committee will be filled by the appointment of Senators edge Cullom Flint and Smoot 1 Marriage Surprises Girls Friends London 0 March 19Miss Wanda Boyd of this city was married to Mr Hyman Ar Christy of Chicago while vjsUinfcion the Isle of Pines Friends otrMUsciBoyd were very much surprised tfr hear of the marriage as MiBS ioydiand Mr Christy had never ufettuntil the first part of this winter Thirtysave Suspects Arrested z HometMarch 19 Thirtjvseven sus poets in the Petrosino case were taken into custody They were at once interrogatqd by the authorities after which detectives were sent out Into the country around Palermo to search for persons mentioned by the prisoners p GrbundGlassKs Woman Toledo 6n MarekuiIFrom a com plication ot dissasesbrought on by swallowing several pieces of chipped glass which had fallen in some canned ruttalirsClara Buzzard i 44 is dead f f ri JAMS AFTER INFORMATION Kentucky Congressman Asks For Tafts Views on inheritanceTax- Washington March 19Represen tative Ollie James of Kentucky wants to know the present attitude of President Taft in regard to an income tax and he introduced a resolution to prq cure this information The resolution quotes Mr Taft assaying in a speech at Columbus Cs on Aug 16 1907 that in times of great national need however an in come tax would be of great assistance in furnishing i eans to carryon the government Mr James refers to the presidents tariff message wherein it Js estimated that there wouldbe a deficit in the treasury by July 1 of The resolution asks the president if in his opinion times of great national need have not come when an income tax would be of great assistance in furnishing means to carry on the government Etly Freed by Jury Louisville Ky March 19 After short deliberation a jury freed from a charge of wife murder John B Etly He had in a previous trial been con JermThehearing and the case was entrusted to Norton Goldsmith an attorney who is national president of the BNai BRith He was successf- ulNCAAA6UA BLAMED FOR DISTURBANCES Other Central American States Unanimous In Verdict Washington March 19 Nicaragua Is charged with being the solo cause of the unsettled conditions in Central America according to official statements made at the state department which are based on dispatches from its diplomatic and consular represen tatives The department had communicated with its agents stating what this government and Mexico had done to prevent matters taking a serious turn and requesting an expression show ing the opinions held in the various Central American capitals The dis patches indicate that military activity in Nicaragua is unabated The government is awaiting Nica raguas answer to Secretary Knoxs note to Senor Espinosa several days ago which contained the final terms on which this government would agree to its settlement of the Emery claim which the United States has been seeking to have Nicaragua arbi trate SCHWAB NOT DISCOURAGED Says Steel Industry of Country Is In Its Infancy Detroit March 19 Speaking at the monthly luncheon of the Detroit board of commerce Charles M Schwab declared that the present cut ting of prices in the steel industry woudl not be of long duration nor of great moment He predicted that in ten years the consumption of steel in this country which in 1907 was 24 000000 tons would reach 40000000 tons I The manufacture of steel cars had only begun he said and the building of steel snips had not even made a beginning in view of what he said may be expected when the next con gress has acted upon the question of ship subsidy It takes nearly 1000 tons of steel rails per day said Mr Schwabmerely to replace wornout rails TAfT ON CLEVELAND President a Speaker at New York Memorial Exercises New York March19rrhe life of the late Grover Cleveland and its in fluence upon our national progress and material welfare were the themes of speeches by President Taft Chief Justice Duller of the United States supreme court and other well known public men at the memorial exercises in honor of the late President Cleveland at Carnegie hall In the even ing exercises were held at the City college atSvhlch Governor Hughes Senator Root and several others were the speakers SCHULTZ MYSTERY CLEARED Four Negroes Held For Murder of Chicago Artist Alexandria Va March 19 Four negroes Henry Smith Taines Dordey Richard Pines and Calvin Johnson were held for the murder recently ot Walter F Schultz the Chicago artist near this city This step followed a vivid recital in the police court of the revolting details by Henry Smith in which he charged the three other ne- groes with having committed the murder and confessed himself to hav ing taken part in it NEGRO is SURROUNDED will Be Lyncietl If Captured by Vic tims Neighbors Muskogee Okla March19 Jienry Burtcn tne negro ho shot tindrtdlled A L McLemoreN wealthy farmer while the latter was planting fruit treed onhis m In surrounded hr the mount iiiln rtearSioueotiifii The oosse consists of farmer neighbors of ilcLeiEore and it Is probable the ne ovill be lynched i h r 7 r t The eeL Behind eeL SYSTEM Clothes vouches for the most advanced fashion and superlative tailoring Theyre easy and dashing in cut and virile and vigorous in style as befits this touchandgo ageEvery eeL SYSTEM gar ment for Spring is marked by an emphatic distinction and a subtle good form that irresistibly captivates the young man of the period Look for thecc L SYSTEM label Its your warrant of worthand our pledge of perfec- tionRupard Stewart Co FAYETTE CIRCUIT COURT Huber Manufacturing Co Plaintiff- vs Order of sale J C Scobee Defendant By virtue of a judgment entered ih the Fayette Circuit Court in the above styled case on March 1 1909 the undersigned Special Commissioner will on Monday March 22 1909 at or ubouMlicliourof noon in front of the court house door on Main streUj in the city Winchester Clark couu ty Kentucky expose tD 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 may be necessary to satisfy the plaintiffs judgment to wit 110523 1 25horsepover straw burner engine No 7327 with the usual ap purtenances 1 40x66 Huber separator 7902 on wagon with folding stacker belts and belts and usual appurtenances 1 Wind stacker No 1881 1 lank pumwand hose 1 40 Huber selffeeder No 2 790 1 perfection weigher Dakota style No 54010 1607 9 x 4ply rubbor drivebelt 1 tank 550 gallons trucks an dhose complete 1 550gallon galvanized iron tank and trucks complete 1 cook car trucks The purchaser is required to give bond for the purchase pric payable to the Commissioner with good and sufficient security bearing interest from the date of sale until paid Said bond to have the force and effect of a judgment upon which an execution may issue H E ROSS Special Commissioner Cinnamon mid Parker House rolls fresh every day at the Winchester Bakery 3116t NEAR DEATii IN BHl POND It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Sopor to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense andbJtseveral times nearly causcdmy death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that 1 have not been troubled in twelve years 118 Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds fore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrijipe sfhuia andrall Bronchial affections 500 and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran teed bjr Phillips Pruf Conpaiiy l ri t L lI f 1 ji Opera House I SATURDAY MARCH 2Oth Matinee t IigI t cngMontana WITH Miss FrancessHopper AjRbmance of the Western Plains SequelHoDavid Beiascos Girl of The Golden West original New York cast SPECIAL 1MVTINEE First time at popular prices 4 See the Great Knife Dual The Realistic Mine Explosion Night Downstair Ices 75 50 35 Gallery 25 Matinee Downstairs children 10 cents adults 25 cents OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY MARCH 23rd BURTON NIXON OFF- ERSLena Rivers MARY J HOLMES NOVEL DRAMATIZED By Beulah Poynter A PLAY Distinctly A WOMANS PLAY OF WOMANS EMOTIONS BY A WOMAN FOILA WOMAN Everybody goes to see LENA Direction BURTON NIXON MATINEE Children toe Adults 25c NIGHT Downstairs 35 50 and 75 cents Gallery 25F I GILBER1BOTTO l j Fresh 6 Cured Meats j Fish Vegetables Country PrOducef BOTH PHONES OPERA BLOCKf iI PROFESSIONAL CARDS t J M STEVENSON Attorney At Law 60S Main St Winchester Ky PENPLETON BUSHBUSH- Attorney At Law 60S MainS Winchester Ky ConWitJraiisf8raHiIllceCo Crating Handtlng sand Raffling Fur niture Pianos EEOJa Specialty NOM North MstavSfrtct tbFko es WjNCHE TER ROLLER MILLS The oldest anti best institution ip the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use homo flourthe andyrnTows the timg 15 sov your clover aud tiiftotliyu aiidots See us for first elasst eedrJ R RssMARTINCOAI andSUPPCY COMPANY 31fi t1 i f tcc aO Time For l More I Printing I us AS SoW WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Aty t MfG CO WII KY HcrriHff bfOIMa Ufe ceed 590 tons tWt i Ia I1s that the men of this were out that we are the to in ot It is time to If the fid the to us for the it We offer these I The I and to I the Stock the can YOU FOR We are to that we have line of that will of its kind in this section of and gives more to exhibit our to of ink We like to call you that we can JJ deliver the goods l I t INCORPORATED S St1 New 91 t HA GAtI IG AND- ASOLINE Enqines SIMPLE UndtnaRositive Guarantee a i PRICES JMGAI GAS mm 1 I01IPSTFI ti U 1 in f liliaer J t if ilili gbtime business of vicirutyJ finding Only Modem Printers with Don Date Outfit the City Winchester they were awaking this fact they would reach ear catch theeyeof public tlieymusfcome printing with which- to do ad vantages Finest Machinery New Down the I Minute Type Largest and Most Skilled Workmen Money obtain COULD ASK MORE vain enough believe a samples eclipse anything Kentucky nothing pleasure than production 1hejftrs printers would andshow T7e WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY Printers of Anything Maim Phone RELIABLE ECONOMICAL JlCor CALL ON iNELSONiTfieTransferMani by day or night if you want your baggage transferred- O Fl CE Home Phone 94 1W1NCHES1 TAILORING COMPANY M ac IMcKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Kepaffi DRY CLEANING WAND DYENSAr SPECIALTY fN1 W Gor Main nc Fairfax A Thousand Heads For TWo Thousand Ha1sWated You can haY onrchlice if you come earjy enou h to polo out diet best IsampltAUat at oOc fraidetrdfngiaaiaa oij ths Deilar facturert at theW SAIMIP fw IsESHOJSIOREfRr d rnfpa Th Tf hakeeo rile Hi btirii i j who Mdse It Midirt a J E ir tI Capital 100000 Undivided Profits Si6oo- 0oWiflehesterBallk mHE OF WINCHESTER KY N H WJlTHEFtSPQQN pit 1SIOO ri Wo WSPfAR 0 s1 CAStHMCr I i 1ij UIIIJJ 1 J1 Itt Lard eakea arid caramel for saJo a is ds I at1 J q JrI 2 k4Flr n i 1 1Pajik i THE WINCHESTER NEWS j PAVES THE WAY i FOR ARBITRATION- Glemenceau May Force Resignation of Simyao- s rvI PARIS STRKUU ARE FIRM Business In French Capital at Stand siII Funds For Provincial Trade BeirgTJed Ups In Postoffice Gov ernment May Call Out Reservists Thus Forcing Striking Employes to Deliver Mall as Soldiers Under Pen alty of Trial For Mutiny ParistM rch 19There is not the slightest indication of a break in the deadlock between the government and its striking employes nor fs there any prospect of an improvement in the situation The strike however will be made the subject of consideration In the chamber of deputies to day and a solution of the problem may then be furnished The cfimax of the strike was reach ed when 5000 repairers linemen and mechanics decided to join strikers These were tne last remaining work men employed by the post adminis tration Despite the fact that the cabinet at a session passed a decree authorizing the dismissal of its late employes from the state service arid reaffirmed thesthe m eting also announced that many merchants have offered to lend to the government their employes to Insure the public service This is Indicative of the completeness of the tleup and the extremity to which the government has been forced The note does not mention the sensational rumor that the government intends to call the reservists to the colors thus gathering In practically all the male postal employ s and forcing them to work as soldiers un der penalty of mutiny This rumor although it gained much currency is discredited as it Is considered highly improbable that the government would go to such a length the rem edy being regarded as worse than the disease On the contrary the general olin ion is held that Premier Clemenceau seeks only to save the principle for which he las contended and that if the chamber today indorses the atti tude of the government the premier will be ready for the resignation of M Simyan the undersecretary of posts and telegraphs and thus open the way for negotiations to bring the strike toa quick conclusion The strikers have said that it was largely due to the attitude of M Simyan that the decision to strike was taken and they have refused up to the present to have any dealings with him on the questions at issue M Clemen eaus enemies it Is stated wish to seize this opportunity to overthrow him but the chances are that the premier will ride out the storm The last two American malls have not been delivered arid an evidence of the completeness of the mal block ade is shown by the fact that the Havas agency which receives thou sands of letters daily did not find any at the postoffice With the failure of Ithe carriers to deliver letters Paris the chaos resulting from the extra ordinary strike was complete The entire public service is paralyzed and business both public and private is in a condition of inextricable confusion A few days more of these conditions and Paris will be reduced al most to a state of siege so far as food supplies are concerned The funds necessary for the smooth run hungbup in the postoffices and the supply of eggs milk butter meat and country produce threatens speedily to cease Already numerous merchants have been obliged to send out agents to the provinces with ready cash to obtain supplies The banks are with holding payment on checks in the absence of advices from their correspondents and prices at the stores are soaring So far there has been no rioting A large body of strikers gathered at the central telegraph station and threatened a breach of the peace but when they found that the authorities had a companyof infantry in readiness IIi rooms adjoining the main offices they left the building without cre ating any disturbance POLICE CHIEF SHOT May Dies as Result qf Argument- With Escaped Convict fElkrns V Va March 19h Scott White chief of police of Whitmer W Va near here was shot and probably fatally wounded by Joe Brown an es 4caped convict while remonstrating with the latter aboit his offensive conduct Brown was pursued by possebNt offered resistance when surrounded and ina battle which fol lowed was badly wounded J Alleged Swindlers Held Portsmouth 0 March lSamR- Ich ari advertising man and a worn histtnVritiest Tey are said to dave sin dltoVracrchantr Lancaster JMarion andr CItiL r r 5V I t ii y r t MONTGOMERY DEPUT- YARRESIgA FUGITIVE James Moran Landed in Jail on Charge of Using Falsei Pretenses MT STERLING Ky March 19 James Moran who has been a fugi live from justice for some time was captured in this Wednesday evening by Deputy Sheriff Walter Crooks and lodged in jail Moran was indicted in this court on the charge of obtaining money about 447 from D C Tipton farmer at the time in Rogers Mill neighborhood Before his trial he escaped and has been at large Crooks was posted when he returned and captucd him without much trouble The trial willj come up at the April term Sells Land at High Price James Horton has purchased of G T Fox 34 acres of land near this city paying 125 per acre for same The land adjoins Mr Hortons farm and is a good piece of dirt Engages in Business A B Wise of Delphin Indiana has purchased a half interest in the jewelry business of L A Wise illI this city and has moved his family here going to housekeeping in the Arnold residenceBig of Hogs W B Greene has purchased this county 1700 hogs for April dcI livery paying from 5Y2 to t33cents per pound INDEPENDENTS MAKE EYES AT CINCINNATI Want Telephone Franchise In Queen City Columbus 0 March 19 At the annual convention of the Ohio Independent Telephone association here it was decided to start a campaign for admission to the city of Cincin nati This Is the only large Ohio or in fact central west city without independent telephone connections The independents according to reports made at the meeting have twice asImany phones in Ohio as have tne op position companiesSFrank L Beam of Mt Vernon was reelected president The other offl cers as follows also were reelected O O Welsheimer Columbus secre tary Ralph Reamer Columbus treas urer Frank A Davis Columbus and D J Cable Lima were elected as dl rectors of the United States Tele phone company representing the as sociation of independents HADLEY IS DEFIANT Promises to Do Things to Railroads If Rate Is Increased JefCerso City Mo March 18 Governor ladley in a statement de dared that if the railroads insist on the restoration of the threecent pas senger fare rate the entire machinery of the state government will be em ployed to retaliate on the railroads- If the special dispensation Is granted Illinois Kansas Nebraska Oklahoma and other neighboring states in the matter of twocent fares the state of Missouri will strike back at the railroads through various methods of litigation and legislation said the governor Seek Evidence Against Haskell Bellefontaine 0 March 19 Government secret service operators areIhere gathering evidence to be used in the prosecution of Governor Haskell of Oklahoma in the land fraud cases According to the allegations Gover nor Haskell used the names of Ohio people and got possession of 1300 lots at Muskogee in an allotment of the government THE MEAT OF IT Edward Hinkle a freight agent at Fairmont W Va has been convicted of stealing a piano from a Baltimore Ohio freight car At Baltimore Md fire damaged the New York and Baltimore Transporta tion companys building to the amount of 40000 Robert Tanner his son and daugh ter were asphyxiated by gas at Tojronto Canada The Argentine republic has an nounced that it will accept Charles Sherill as minister from the United States The commission to visit Liberia and report on conditions is announced at Washington as follows Robert C Ogden Emmett J Scott and Morgan Vbuster IS STILL QUITE ILL Mr H A Rogers who suffered an attackof heart trouble at his home on the Mt Sterling pike a few days ago still continues quite ill LEADING BISHOP DEADj GRAND RAPIDS Mich March 19 Bishop George Gillespie of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of westerIJ Michiganis dead ti 1ti r 1 i Il l BASEBALL DOPE FROM SOUTH Cincinnati Team is Rounding Into Shape Under Clark Griffiths ILkk Management f7rBy C H Zuber r ATLANTA Ga March 19 Shermans march to the sea which started in this mans town was a pro cession of white doves compared with the battles that are being fought out daily at Ponce De Leon Park between the thirtymore or less candidates for the regular positions on the Cincinnati team Theres nothing vin dicative or bitter in these fights but their earnestness and honesty cant be gainsayed With two men fighting for each infield position three for the shortstop job five outfielders battling for three positions and fourteen pit chers working their arms off to laudS in six or seven berths there is something of the belligerent and militant spirit in the air as the athletes trot out on the field for their daily workout Jikely Looking Youngsters And let it be recorded that manager Griffith has the most likely looking youngsters under his wing that any Cincinnati manager ever took South Its not going to be near so hard to decide whom to keep as it is to determine who can be spared This applies to all the positions alike and the season promises to be pretty well advanced before the team finally is cut down to its normal figure in the way of players Outside of the struggle for the pitching positions the most interesting fights are hose for the shortstop and firstbase positions Of course the followers of the Cincinnati team have an idea of how good Hulswitt is Last season he played brilliantly at times while on other occasions he did not quite realize expectations Looks Good All the Time Iweaknessestimes a vulnerable position However that isnt going to cinch the job for him as he has two as classy rivals in Bill Moriarity and Tom Downey as one would wish to see Moriarity is over six feet tall fast on his feet and- a quick as a cat in making throws and the way he has been stingingR the ball indicates that he valuable adjunct to the team for hisI hitting alone if for nothing else Downey is a husky lad who covers beautifully toward second base and seems to have a whip of iron As yet he has shown but little in the hittingD line Autrey and Hoblitzellalso a pretty fight on for firstbase Aut rey is a greatly improved player over what he was when he played with the Reds in the fall of 1907 He lies circus catches down to an art and it will be an extremely tight race between him and the popular Hoblitzell The chances are that the Jutting abilities of the men wil determine the victor Other League Teams While paying all the attention postsible to the members of the own manager Griffith is seeking as much information as he can in regard to the other National League aggrega tions To date there dods not seem to be any reason to fear great im fiprovementthe Reds expect to beat out and the reports from two of the training camps are sufficiently pleasing to the Reds to lead them to figure that they have a good chance to finish in the first division this year This deduc tion is based on the fact that the pitching and infield positions are so much stronger than they were last year Well show some class when we strike Cincninati for our first gameh on Sunday March 28 declares ager Griffith and after that well give the fans a run for their money right up to the close of the season Fight Between Champions Will some one kindly step forward with a real offer for a fight between Jim Jeffries and Black Jack TohnsonJ Both these disfigurers of faces are Ietheirwith all this hot air there seems to be a shying at the making of a positive match that leads one to doubt their sincerity Johnson has had tough sledding ever since he came back to America as the color line has been drawn strongly against him It remains to be seen whether or not he and Jeff are bluffing about a match when they get closer together in the East shortly In the Limelight The fact that Hon August Herr to man of Cincinnati declined to allow himself to be reelected president of the American Bowling Congress in Pittsburg last week does not mean that this prominent Cincinnatian will get out of the athletic limelight in the tujr future His base ball connec j fJ p h That Tobacco Money We are surely getting some of it as OUR TRADE IS LARGER iIi the HIGHER GRADES of WORK than ever before given- us in this City YOU WILL UNDERSTAND IT when you see our new work Special Rates on Enlargement PORTRAITwork House Views Home Pictures Finest of Post Cards and Photo Novelties B S BARRETT 22 No Main St Bush has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES I BEST in the World BUSH QntheCorner INTERESTING PLAY AT OPERA HOUSE The Cast Taylor a sophomore Ralph Ramsay oss a freshman J E Ludwig a grind Robert Lothian Thome a special CharlesDohcrty- Fred Skinner a sport William Stafford Frank Nelson a senior Richard Stoncliegh ick Livingston it junior v Joseph Yannen Billy Saundersa senior by courtesy Robert Lee Allen Seigfried a mascot By Himself Soangataha knovn as Strong heart Robert Galliard Betty BateSjMoIIys clam Nell Winter Strongheart the play of college ife by Wm C De Mille was the at- raction at the Winchester opera house Thursday evening A fair sized house witnessed the exciting and interesting performance Rob crt Galliard in the role of Strong heart the Indian was the central gure of all interest and played his part with intelligence and finish Strongheartis accused of giving the signals of his football team to the opposing side and is ruled out of the game at the end of the first half With a crippled member of the team he remains in the dressing room watching the game and relates in a thrilling manner the progress of the game to his fellow student This oot ball story as told by Strong heart is exciting and was greeted with much applause by the audience in the public eye but he also has on his hands the National Turrifest which will be held in Cincinnati in une and at which thousands of Turners from portions of the Unit ltibiIletic stage Nothing doing Long Distance Runner If there arc only long distance runners who may read these paragraphs let them prepare for an opporunity to capture fame mid more substantial rewards for the management of the Cincinnati Club is planning a big outdoor Marathon race to start somewhere outside of Cincinnati and finish with a number of laps around the Cincinnati Ball Park It is proposed bring Dorando Longboat Hayes Corey no other nousloug distance runners to Cincinnati for the event Negotiations now are on and if the necessary arrarigeirients n be made Cincinnati will have Marathon race that is a Marathon race before the base ball esaiifai advanced J r nr45L i lt rIt f o i t I I ARTIS TURNBULL I P Newest Styles are Here I Tailored Wool Silk and Linen Suits for the most fastedious ladies Pretty House and Evening Gowns I Latest Spring Dress Goods 1 and Silks m ARTIS TURNBULL I ra oK o3 ooooorao SPRING TIME AN- DSHOE TIME As the tree sends forth their budding branches we prepare to serve your Spring shoe wants We pride ourselves on our ex cellent selection of pumps and oxfords from the farfamed Eastern factories Styles to suit all feet all eyes and all purses HAVE YOU SEEN OUR WINDOWS 150 TO 400McCord Smith 6 Phillips NFew FirmWe have leased the J W Oliver property on North Main street and want to call the attention of the people of Winchester and surrounding country to the fact thatwehave put in a Full Line of Coal Lime Cement Sand Brick Lath Plaster Sewer Pipe Corn Oats and Hay We areAgents for the EAGLE FERTILIZER and we would also be pleased to show you the celebrated Webber Wagons any size We conduct a Feed and Hitch Stable Special attention to Saturday and Court Day patrons We are in a position to meet the Lowest Price on all goods in our line and Our Motto is One Hundred Cents to the Dollar Quick S le and Small Profits Powell Dawson Home Phone 738 17 North Main Street L HAMPTON Prcs IID S D COf P Vprcs Tenn Phone 27 Winchester Ky CashierII Clark Bank I T BEING THE CITY TaiorSAccounts of Collections Merchants Solicited I CAPITAL AND I Merchant ITO IIHavingfull line of foreign and domestic woolens over J H Keyess clothing store Would be pleased to have you call and look my stock over All work guaranteed fit or no sale JOHN ADAMS Merchant Tailor i 21 fY 1 Li t t ljf jx r 1 j CLASSIFIED COLUMN IClassiftedper Word per month inser less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 tents I There continuous insertions of sims 1rateused withi one year 4 Genista lineS FOR RENT 4OfI8room6room dwelling 1KOO 6room dwelling 12i50 Groom dwelling- J 1800 IIrI THE REAL ESTATE MANy FOR SALE OR RENT Two d elir able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner of Burns and Beckner W P AZBHjIi 2ilimo FOR SALECheap graphopjiipne and about 30 records ilsoJgeM- orning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19Yst yWANTEDply at The News office O I2J7tf WIRE FENCEI still build all kuiofwire fence It in the market for same write or telephone trie for prices JOHN A TANNER WJOI avenue Home phone 541 216tft 1 jiFOR RENTTwo houses Ni TAYLOR 21ffI FOR SALEold papersfor s Jeat this office 216tf WANTED To take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim- bales and rosettes MISS EUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 654 311lmof FOR SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H BWECTj 109 French avenue 315irno WANTEDRefrigerator of size secondhanded one prererrda- Apply at this office 31651 WANTEDGrass for 90 sheep E R ALLAN Phone 80833152t FOR RENTHouse of eight rQ nkr Phone 655 3152 tL FOR SALEClover hay good5 j 8 per ton in barn W J DICKEY Rural Route No 3 3173t FOR SALEEggs from purebied Buff Plymouth Rocks flB KYllfgniefWANTEDYoung man between 15 deI siring to work in or learn the painting business Apply FRANK ROY 14 North Main 3173t JUNK DEALERChas Zigmah junkdealer in old iron and all kinds iof old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street317lmo5WANTEDA- once an energetic boy between the age of 16 and 20j to clerk Apply at this ofilcevT r 3183t FOR SALE Plymouth Rock squabh to eat Fat dainty delicious Try one Call up Home phone 5 W i K GUMMING Lexington venue 3193L HAD r ANY CONVERSIONS s J The evangelistic services conduct ed by Dr R A Torroy at Bpreaj closed Sunday night with 56 cohver sions at the last service There were 242 conversions during the v week the meeting was held Statesmans Complaint Englands house of commons waiitiV ventilation Plenty of air Is purns Into the irItbank of the Thames river witk its syeInghis handkerchief to his nose Toil never know what will pass insideespluttered but you always knie whats passing outside a3ciiGrantkilled a blacksnake seven fe iiftoair Inside of the1 body of whlcji wiiia squirrel not quite dead f X4 j 0J ri s i cffl rItI fi 1iJ rpt v