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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti L- J j t J r JRu r Y f x J f Y F if Last Editiont 4wTHE WINCHESTER NEWS VOL 135 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY 20 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEK BOARDS OF EDUCATION DECIDE NOT TO BUILD JOINT HIGH SCHOOL Cjiy Members Are Afraid Of Complications County Board To Ask f 7000 From Fiscal Court For Their Schools At a joint meeting of the city and J county Board of Education Meld r Saturday morning it was definitely decided that the city and i7 should not unite in building aiHpli r School ras required by the l v school law Mr N K Foster and Miv J N Hisle repreesnting the city Board Tfre present Mr Foster stated that at a call meeting jf the city Board held about ten days go with six members in attendance the prop o ition was put up to them and he decision that the city Board should- not unite with the county Board wfw unanimous Each County Must Build When the somuchtalkedabout new school law was enacted some time ago it required that each coun ty should builda High School where t the advanced grades could be taught such as are taught in the city High Schools so that the country children might have the same advanced edu cational facilities that the city chil dren do Hisle representing the city Board conceived the idea of uniting with the county Board in this movement and asked for a meeting with them which was held in February at which the matter was thoroughly discuss ed and a committee was to investigate the legal appointedI which they did and reported back at meeting that was held about three weeks ago Obstacles in Way The report contained severalob stacles in the way of the two Boards uniting in building the school that couldnot be gotten around andwhich would have ultimately caused dissatisfaction in the way the schoolwould have to have been conducted and af ter a thorough discussion of the mat ter it was decided best to let the count build the school alone- r County Board Meets This was also the regular meeting day for the county Board which was held after the joint meeting land much business was transacted The one most important mat gr of business was transacted The one most important matter of business before the county Board was hearing the re ports from the members who had made a canvass of the needs of the school and deciding on the amount that they would ask the Fiscal Court to appropriate The report of the committeemen showed that some of the schools were in bad repair and needed attention For the other expenses that will come up during the year and for two new school houses that will probably be erected during the year 7000 was the amount agreed upon to ask from the Fiscal Court for these purposes Aside from the transaction very little except routine business was transacted The county Board took no steps regardingtheit was decided definitely that they should go it alone and when this will be1 is not known yet GOOD CROWD AT FIRST GAME Entire Squad at Lexington Finished Fiftt Weeks Training With Few Muscles Special to The News LEXINGTON Ky March 20An excellent crowd witnesses the first game of the season between the vets arid Colts Ganzells squad this af vjtertfbon Ganzell was unable to be in the line upon account ora yattack of la grippe however he was fr6 nlhe grounds and umpired the contests day was an ideal one for th game All the squad finished first weeks training in good shape Thq worst effects of the first weeks work were a few stiff muscles Gan 3eil is well pleased with aVa training grounds and said today tluit he would probably come bail here next year i 4 f t4r ri- t k41KE 4 FtutNat r r u rnt jf Yv w 1 NO u a lone Stiff I OLD YALE BOYS- LENTERTAIN TAFT President Is Dined at the Waldorf Astoria and Old College Days Are Recalled isevr York March 20With songs of the football field and the boatrace c ursrW1th a6eafening cheer and rousing chorus of Heres to Good Old Yale Drink Her Down Presi dent Taft was greeted as the first Yale president of the United States by more than 1500 graduates of the famous old New Haven university They ranged from silveryhaired oldJ gentlemen whose degrees bear the date of 53 down to the youth who left their alma mater only last June The dinner one of the largest ever given in New York was served at theI WaldorfAstoria The immense balliroomwas decorated with a lavish wealth of flowers From the vaulted ceiling countless chains of pinki blooms fell in graceful loops The balcony guards and the side walls were twined with roses The speakers table at which President Taft sat with President Hadley of Yale and other distinguished graduates of thetuniversity was canopied with arti ficial representations of the elms of old Yale Back of the table was a huge drop curtain bearing a painting of the old brick row which was atreality in President Tafts days but which is now mostly a memory only Connecticuthallthe curtain and back of the speakers was a replica of the old Yale fenceI The representation of the old barrier was complete down to the last details Many of the initialsJncluding the W H T of Mr Taft and the A T H of President Hadley were faithfully reproduced President Taft was probably the happiest man at the dinner which was given entirely in his honor Ho was not hailed as president however but as Bill the salutation which punctuated the cheering as he EmI only set speeches of the even ing were made by President Taft and President Hadley The latter spoke first responding to the toast Neath the Elms while the former speaking entirely extemporaneously Lad for his subject For God For Country and for Yale There were other in formal speakers MUSIC FESTIVAL ATLOUISVILLE Hughes Martin a Hopkinsville Prod uctto Sing the Tenor In May Gathering Kentucky does not make a habit of porducing grand opera stars That is one reason why there isso much interest in the appearance at the Louisville May Music Festival of Riccardo Martin the Metropolitan opera house tenor who is to be one of the leading singers at the festival Martin is a Kentucky boy and is the first native of the Bluegrass State to achieve fame on the grand opera stage Highes Martin is the real name of this Hopkinsville product but Hugh es gave way to Riccardo for reasons of the stage manager who didnt think Hughes artistic enough Mar tin left the Pennyrile a good many years ago and went to New York to study under the late Edward Mc Dowel the famous composer Then he went abroad learned the lan b uage of grand opera German French and Italianand won the ap provalof Sbriglia and Carelli thee former of whom had discovered thee fatuous De Rezskes It wasnt long before he was acclaimed as the best tenor on the Italian stage His first appearance in this coun try usa grand opera star was in New Orleans where sang with the San Carlo Opera Company die did sd welt tliat many astute managers s j 4SV5 r t SVSSSSV HON CURTIS F1 BURNAM DEAD One of Most Distinguished of Ken tuckys Sons Passes to His Long Rest RICHMOND Ky March 20Hon Curtis Field Burnam one of the oldest and most prominent public men in Kentucky died at his home Bur namwood in this city Thursday midnight aged 89He had been ill since February and on account of his advanced age his death was not un expected by his family and friends He retained consciousness up to within a few hours of the end As an instance of his remarkable physicrl and mental vigor notwith standing his more than four score years he attended to his law oractice and refused to retire from active life until ho was taken ill a few weeks ago The Closing Hours The closing hours ofthe venerable roan were consoled by the presence of his r1i itrQ and grandchildren who have been JI1 constant attendance at his bedside His surviving children are Judge It Kiirnam formerly Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals and present Republican National Committeeman from Kentucky Hon E Tutt Bur nam former State Insurance Commissioner Robert R Burnam cash of the Farmers National Bank T S Bnrnam the wealthy distiller Waller Bennett and Miss Lucia Burnam an unmarried daughter all of this city Part of History of State Major Burn m S public career ib of the history of Kentucky and nation He was Assistant Sec retary of the Treasury under Presi dent Grants administration and since then has been repeatedly honored by people of his native State He represented Madison county several times in the State Legislature and later was elcctedwto Il =State Sen use Ire was also a incmuer onlrt State Constitutional Convention of 1890 He was strongly indorsed for Justice of Supreme Court under Pretlent Hayes administration but the appointment went to Judge John M Harlan Friend of Lincoln Major Burnam was a lifelong Republican and a personal friend of President Abraham Lincoln He was a graduate of Yale and belonged to the frame class as that of President Tafts father He was an able law yer a conscientious and faithful public official a wise and prudent statesman a ripe scholar a cultured Kentucky gentleman of the old schooland a citizen whose public and private life was an honor to his State The news of his deathwill be heard with regret allover Ken lucky Major Burnam was created a Knight Templar in Webb Command cry No2of this city May 18 1848 When the Richmond Commandery was organized he transferred his membership there He was the oldest Knight Templar in Kentucky lie will be buried in Richmond Sunday tl 230 p m and Webb Com mandery will attend in a body Mrs Jarnam died upward of two years ago the first death in the family WINTER DIES TODAY This is the last day of winter and the hoaryheaded old man of snows is doomed to die with weeping skies and then a last flash of his strength according to the weather forecast to the calendar spring is to be officially Ushered in tomorrow The days and nights are approxi mately of the same length now March 22 being known as the vernal equi nox The days will continue to lengthen until June 22nd the summer solstice attempted to secure him but he fin ally went with the Metropolitan where he has since been His ability is shown by the splendid way in which he has handled the roles of Caruso when the noted tenor was indisposed Next gear he will be the leading tenor at Covent Garden London The record Martin has made is sufficient to insure a warm welcome for him from Kentuckians and his neighbors from adjoining States but particularly from Hopskinsville and the Pennyrile r r t r l i- Jf ft l J4 f EDWARD PAYSON WESTON VETERAN WHO UNDERTAKES 4000 MILE WALK l Ed wardpayson Weteon fie IMTrTarf whose eats at dfaffcecewalkt startingtothe distance In 100 days His walk from Portland Me to Chicago two years ago attracted the attention of the whole world as the veteran clipped several hours off his record made over the same route forty years before hu n JURY FINDS COOPERS GUILTY OF MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE And Fix The Punishment At Twenty Years In Penitentiary For EachBai Will Be Allowed Pending Appeal In Sum Of 25000 Special to The News- NASHVILLE Tcnn March 20 The jury found Duncan and Robin Cooper guilty of murder in the sec ond degree this morning and fixed the punishment at twenty years for each The Judge fixed the bail bond at 25000 pending an appeal Prominent citizens signed the bonds of tie CooPers and they were liberated Arguments will be heard next week on a motion for a new trial MAY INSTALL THREE MORE EXCHANGES East Tennessee Telephone Company Planning To Extend Business- in the County Plans arc now under consideration by the East Tennessee Telephone Company to install three more exchanges in the county The company already has one at Wades Mill and the three new ones are to be located at Ford Becknerville and Pit ot View Solicitors are now at work at there places and if the necessary amoun of business can be secured work on installing the exchanges will begin at once Mr Bridwell the local manager says that the work of the solicitors so far has been very flattering and he thinks the proposition will be a go Time exchanges are being installed to enable the company tQ cover the county more thoroughly =MissMattie McCullumhasreturn- ed fromt a delightful visit vith friendsin Mt Sterling i f3l tJ Ii F v tH X i J NEW RAILROAD FOR MOUNTAINS E S Jouett is Member of Board of Directors of Carolina Clinch field and Ohio Articles of incorporation of the Carolina Clinchfield and Ohio Railway of Kentucky which have been filed at Frankfort show that E S Jouett of this place isa member of the Board of Directors This rail road begins at the Virginia line in the breaks of the Big Sandy River and runs north forms the connecting link between a line of railroads which ex tend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Lakes It is said that construction work will begin at once TWO YEARS IN PRISON Breathitt County Man Must Serve Term For Kiling Companion JACKSON Ky March 20The jury yesterday returned a verdict of two years in the case df the Commonwealth against James Turner fo killing William Arrowwood last sum mer The jury had been hung up since Monday Turner is the sonof John P Turner a very prominent citizen of this county and Lancaster Milinery was called to Cincinnati Fridays by the death of herd grandmother bat ill return MondayVsr h ftrp r Xr r J + l11tellWct HOTLY CONTESTED TRACK AT AUDITORIUM FRIDAY NIGHT Larrimer Secures 22 Points And Wins The Gold Medal ConfelJi A Close Second With 20 Points A very interesting and hotly contested indoor track meet was held Friday night in the Auditorium Prof Moore of the college conducted the meet and it is due to him that it was entirely successful and that it prov ed to be a rare treat to lovers of sportAll of the events were made in good time or as in the case jumps fair records stood at the closeI The 50yard dash brough out the largest field and was very close The pole vault was heartily appreciated by the audience as was also the high dive Medals Are Awarded- A silver medal was awarded to the winner of each event and a gold medal for the best all round man The gold medal was awarded on the basis of five points for first place three for second and one for third The following is the summary 50Yard Dash First heatTaylor first Henry second time six seconds Second heat Combs first Larri mer second time 5 45 seconds Final Larrimer first Combs second Taylor third Broad jump standingCombsf- irst Goobey second Lanim thirdl0 feet and onehalf inch High jumpLarrimer first Combs second Hams thirdfive feet and three inches 50yard hurdle Larrimer first Ruggles second Combs third time 7 15 seconds Running broad jumpTaylor first Combs second Henry third 17 feet and 9 inches Pole vaultCombs first Taylor second Larrimer third9 feet PlllllUJ chinning the barRugg- les first Tii TaYforbblthird1G times High dive Larrimer first Taylor second Ruggles third5 feet and 11 inches Half mile run Henry first Rug gles second Sousley third time 2 minutes and 29 seconds Junior 50yard daslmK Taylor first R Cummings second J C Taylor third- Larrimer Gets Gold Medal The standing for the gold medal was as follows Larrimer 22 points Combs 20 Taylor 13 Ruggles 12 Henry 6 Trigg 3 Goobey 3 Sous ley 1 Haines 1 The medals were awarded during the chapel exercise Saturday morn at the college Officials were as followsStarter Prof Moore Judges Jeff Stewart G Williams j Timers Austin Reeves Jas Phillips Clerkof course Prof Dal getyOPEN SESSION OF TAM OSHANTER SOCIETY Crowded House Greet the Effort of the Young People Friday Night The open session of the Tarn 0 Shan tel Literary Society held in the chapel of the Hickman street build ing Friday evening was greeted with a crowded house The program throughout was excellently rendered After the opening chorus by the soci ety came the debate subject Should the United States Annex Cuba I Grant Hammond represented the affirmative and Wheeler Hag gard the negative Each young man ably presented his side of the ques tion After deliberation the judges Rev C E Crafton and Messrs W A Adams and B F Herriott by a vote of two to one decided in favor of the affirmative Miss Carrie Belle McPherson was greatly praised for the manner in whichshe rendered the Lost Ship butrspace forbids special mention of each in detail This was the last open session of the term fFound Live Squirrel In Snake Grant Worley of York Pa say ira killed a blacksnakeieven feet long laifjio of the body of which was a atSScel not quite dead t rA iS j i Ii 7 r k it ctI rir1 ir tJ t1 i4tt4 in i i t Tllt w aTetldRr MARCH Lexington teredThe According MEET T HOT ON TRAIL OF KIDNAPERS r Cleveland Police Think Thy Have Right ManSaid to HaveI Confessed Sharon Pa March 20Frank HI Buhl the millionaire uncle of William Whitla the eightyearold son of At torney James P Whitla of this city who was kidnaped from school and taken away by his abductor or abduc tors in a buggy left for Cleveland It has been reported from that city that two men and a boy answering the description of the kidnapers and their victim have been seen there CORM quently the supposition is that Mr Buhl has received word which makes him believe his nephew is in Cleveland or that vicinity Mr Whitla the father of the miss ing boy was away from his office for a time and returned bespattered with mud as if he had been driving over country roads He said nothlag had been learned regarding the boy or his captors Mr Shilling who is use ciated with Mr Whitla in the search for the latters son gave out a statement with a request from the bereaved father that the papers use it in full The statement follows Nothing new has developed The rig in which the men carried the boy away was found in front of a livery stable in Warren O Where the par ty left the buggy is not known as no one saw tnem in it at this point The buggy contained a new cap which had apparently not been WOrn It was not the cap ofyoung Whitla as first reported The police tn the near cities and towns were promptly i set to work yet Mr Whitla is not pushing matters vigorously his great wish being to get his boy back He is hoping that the parties having the boy in custody will at once open negotiations for his speedy return The lawyer and his close friends and assistants in the kidnaping inves tigation refuse to give out for publication the letter received from the kid napers It is said however that the letter contained some striking sea tences in addition to those made public One alleged remark is Our per ceptibilities are as keen as yours and we have brains to help us It threatened instant death to the boy should the letter be made public or shown to detectives according to reports here CONFERENCE MAY BE HELD AT FRANKFORT Committee of Governors to Meet in September to Decide en Meeting Place FRANKFORT KY March 20 Kentucky stands an excellent chance Conferencees and Frankfort has already made the first move toward landing the meetin gfor this city Opposition is expected from Louisville which will probably try to secure the meeting but Frankfort being the first in the field with an invitation to the Governors to meet here will stand the best chance Then too Frankfort has a new Capitol in which the meetings could be held as an extra in ducement to get the conference heretl Time time and place for the met ing of the Governors will be selected by a committee of five Governors Two of these Governor Sw1nsoofV- irginia and Governor Wilton of Kentucky will select three other Got ernors to make up the full committee The other three members of Ute cost mittee are to be named by Governor Willson and Governor Swanson is a few days In a short time thereafter a meeting of the lye Governors will be called probably to be held m Frankfort when the tine and place for the next D1Htmgwill be cfociited upon Maya Whit Stpw- it la a womaiis way to then- lsalways eosetgood is WHo Hrs awhite TMtPFewir I 1i I I bIf oQr t F i 1Y IfSjs r r r l tYrjtf iii l a i lMY F y i x s etirrtery 5 Cw vcl pPT r T AIW i ddto ti pi 4r THE WINCHESTER NEWS Ip t iJ TIE WI TER fi ITCWS tAiFtniiijiiM1i1frrlWsper = lru by IIi fctochwrter Niws Ci MiferatrtMct I trkt- Winches KentltckClrr nally Except Sunc ay f f t titt as jerond class mater- 2t lQOa t thepest office t Winchester Kentucky under th iet of March 3f 1679 raifiWftirfi it R IES Carrlir Diliviry c r f Daily one year Viv5i20- ft weekj rP yaWikt llioeor tocollector svery weep L r t Mall t 1cliv8MI i i 11 oi i i300 150- a 25 if ltli sdvt oa 11 ADVERTISING RATES f tDIii l PIr Inch 11M tiJiiany edition 25 frw tins fdthin b1me week 50 OMwakcont ly 100 Dfti M gagnmontJi W k fHU wwhg IpuT times a w ek 240 f Rr eka teetimsa week 180 rotiweeks two tinies week 120 fm w ekes one a week 75 discbuhte43 months 10 per sintttlBniSnthB 25 per cent one ar13Per centi- ritl Pj Rpinil Nq IcesrPer Line 71heP SATUR1 j t PbQI1 Q U AY MARCH 20 1909 l f A REAL TARIFF BILL t iffStii rGhaiman Paynes tariff billy shows evidence of tHevcrbsspurposes of contending interests In these re7 spectsifetisaiot likely to be improved in theturradilbfxa House debate nor initht jdelib rai n s of the Aldrich Wl i committee iinr the Senate Yet as r shcif it Hoes upon The whole fulfil t the arty ledge of a genuine revisio- downward in tile interest of the Gov consumeraI yEayne willnotfind general agreementwith his definition of cocoa spiic si and chicoryroot as luxurie- soracutfascence r in the need of rais ingfthe tariff for protective reasons lemgnnandptneapplesaon machineknit gJoyes envelopes coat edpapers arid wallpaper He will noteasily e pkunwhyhe reduces the tariff on gypsum but increases that o cendent niadO of gypsum xlfutithereiare great compensations in free iron ores free hides and frees ra- soft coal from reciprpcptuig countries jm thereduction of the borax and tinplate ratesuwhichit have been halfM4ojper ceritcuton structural girders and cottonties in free wood pulp and a ruductionof from Q tQ2a ton on itfeiJcheaper grades of print papery in the admission of lacemak 1911Ittriideiilix s5igl df9bjccts ofart tw- entyyft qon eaiony ofmuch ed ucatraetvalu- eIrcsFayrnannounces w a return to- the principlo of reciprocity inr0 ihr for maximumrates Iiereis to beno rep4Ci ronn QNhefarce of send irg Mr Kas on abroad tg 1 ti- tradtreities Jprthe Senate to pigeon iifle4 the reciprocity feature is to b i 1 i1bihJr ESecutive under Aftcfrfloiir Decisions i EJ lnttse oftire bill is sug lawdesigneMhre fiJ leio roteete f byf letters Rat tetl tv I J o + rA91ifA ixalilefeature is fife r im ife dht Federal tinhcritau- eetiJfrfii6ili shouldRi ifAbl constituri a t L eincome tax s iad4j J l7 a raof pomprabooslefis cal mess t 1aYJl consid i r reQarafJ Jt t1J1 e enue roln- r t tHQItlO 1iv + jij cottonseed oil has an ugly o tt tg the South but isbardly a I min ie a region producing three totrri4t ofth e r9rld supply 4reE 1 r i pt y 1rt r r tatesrbut supported by shoe men find liar ncs makers TbcJiigher dutiespror poked for fruit will please Califoniia ands Florida Perhaps no great op positipn may be looked fOffmthe steelinjen They realize tl t gas 1r Carnegie told Ilremat fire thrift hear smg the jigiSUpJV And they ar gtiUrV qll protected in tithe Payne projects A reduction ofi 350 a ton- finrailroaC bars and proportionally on other specialties with the boon of free raw material does not give d trustwtIqJ1g 15 a ton profit on all its roduct art excuse for reducing wages virat revenue the bill may neitherJr PaYJcnor anyother mar may say But ie errs in taking the extravagant boom year 1905G as normal one Upon which to base liis predictions of receipts and Ins Jtariff scheme is not except in a few partic plans framed upon a revenue sisA further advance in Government t expenditure must next yeflrbe provid pd for More money than this bill wi yield may still be needed It can b procured through income and inher 0stance taxation From the standpoint of the house holder and consumer the tariff is of course disappointing Shoes may be cheaper gloves dearer Lumber and building stone and hence posts may cost less but fruit more No substantial relief will be found in a reduction of half a cent a pound on fresh meat or two cents on a carving knife or a trifle on threads carpets and window glass or four onehundredths ofa cent on sugar Tea is taxed but not coffee The rc ductions on shirts colllnrs and cuffs and on woolens goods are more sub stantial but the rates are still high i As the tremendous tax upon the people involved in the protective tariff has been indirect and not easily calculable by the individual consumer so will be the benefit resulting to hi from the proposed reductions Ye biltis jobbed in the Senate or in its fins maxinmumrate prolnsiorrisjuggled into i means of sly exaction The rate cannot be so materially reduced upon teel products lumber stone and rhelpingnot know just wljerq and how AVORABLEtBut Retail Trade Lacks Buoyancy of Settled Conditions New York March 20RG Dun Companys weekly review of trade says Most of the tests by which trade activity is measured make favorable records Reports from the principal cities are of a generally hopeful character but the fact remains that there is still lacking that buoyancy and readiness to make long commitments ahead which are fea tures of a trade situation entirely free from unsettling uncertainties The week has witnessed the introduction of a tariff bill making large cuts In duties on iron and steel and other products but apparently less is apprehended from this than from a possible failure of congress to heed the words of President Taft and get through with the thrift business as soon as possible The coal trade is Confronted with a labor crisis WOUNDS YOUNG WIFE Jealous Chauffeur Then Disappears and Has Not Been Located Kansas City 1foMarch 20 Charles Hunter 19 shot and fatally wotinded his young wife Myrtle at the home of the girls parents and- thenied Hunter Js a chauffeur out pfwflrj and is believed to nave been- prompted by jealousy His wife waS 16 years old and they had been marred three months Explosion Damages Bufding Minneapolis Minn March 20 r Jfire tarting from an explosion ofI ichVmjcals Inthe Mfnnespta Drug corn nys pildltiz resulted in dam agti 10 fhe three tipper floork of the building of about fiODOOO Three hundred persons mostly women employed In the building were gotten out safely poss Pucsues Robbers Balfl v Kn6lbtlS Ark Marchf20A posse t f citizens 1siiJ hot Pursuitsot arband ot robbers that madee fuEile eifort Jto dyhirmitktH f srffe in the- BAalo ot Bald KnebvThe tobbers verb surprised at JWi work and in the skirmish that ensued one citizen was seribusljr wounded t Nokin1 ce F 1r g m yfM1 h 2Atv- ilyd ctQt nat KUI1 roe HicKimanhank Mcldronr at Harrisville TRY A NEWS WAMT pOAD ERT sEMENT raip t 7 isf i V t i PREJlJIER CLEMENCEAU WINS Chamber of Deputies Sustains Gov N erriment In Strike Paris March 20 Premier Clemen ceau and JhL colleagues faced the strike interpellations in the chamber of deputies with a determination to secure indorsement of the govern inenlsVposItion or retire from office rejectedesion t6 investigate the causes of the strike by a vote of 354 to 188 From the very outset it was appar eat that the chauibfer was with the governinent aa the attack of the op position lacked both vim salt cohe siveness The Socialists centered their assaults upon M Simyan under secret ry of posts and telegraphs but ClemeII tion since he had reached the other side of the barricade ofag ner voritism which he declared had been brought by the employes because he had refused to accept their recommendation Tumult followed when the undersecretary declared that the principal leaders of the strike had been indorsed by from 10 to 15 mem bers of the chamber of deputies membersthem repeated the Bight but when M Sinjyan turned in that direction and shouted that the indorsers came from the Right as well as from the Left there was no further insistence that names be mentioned Two Killed In Deluge Parkersburg W Va March 20 Mr and Mrs Walter Waggle are dead and a number of persons in jured three probably fatally as the result of the bursting of two water tanks at the city waterworks An Immense stream of water rushed down Prospect hill sweeping everything before it and completely wreck Ing 10 houses and damaging 40 oth ers It is supposed the tanks were dynamitedPATIENTS PANIC STRICKEN Seek Windows When Fire Threatens Washington Hospital Washington March 20 Panic stricken from fear 50 patients In the George Washington hospital rushed to the windows in scanty clothing and attempted to get out of the structure medicalmdepartment adjoining the hospital Doctors and nurses were compelled to do heroic work to quiet the pa tients The medical department vs con siderably damaged and there was loss of much expensive apparatus as a re suIt of the explosion in the chemical laboratory Prosecuting Witness Disappears caserof ed with attempting to poison Mrs Ida J Maynard has been continued owing to the disappearance of Mrs Maynard Mrs Cross at one time confessed that she gave Mrs May nerd poison while jealous of Mr May nard She afterward denied the truth of the confession Wounded Man Ends Life Fairmont W Va March 20Cap tain George Harrison Kidd 53 fell severely injuring his hip While alone for a moment after receiving surgical attention he got a revolver and shot himself in the head dying instantly PHYSICIAN ARRESTED Is Charged With Poisoning Wife With Strychnine at Roann Ind Wabash Ind March 20 Dr George E Snearly of Roann was ar rested on a grind jury indictment charged with murdering his wife by administering strychnine hypodermic- ally Snearly wholiass been held in jail here on a coroners writ since a short time after his wifes death ad mits he administered strychnine but contends he did so for medical pur poses Thieve Sfeal Ch rrh Bell Dayton 0 March 20Thieves climbed into the belfry of St An drews Episcopal church find sir rqa new bell that weighs 600 pounds and cost 100 How the feat was accom pushed no one knows Mme Modjeskas Condition Serious Eos Angeles Cal Marcn20lhe condition of Mme Helena Modjeska the famous tragedienne is considered critical and little hope is held out for her recovery THE MEAT Of At St Clairsville 0 D W Murphy pleaded guilty to murdering his sweetheart Miss Anna Rhoades by drownjn her in the Ohio river while out boating Plans are being formulated for an expedition to go In search of Dr F A Co kwhO Is stillbelieved to be alive in the polar regions- G S Clevenger local manage r of the Standard Oil company at Youngstown 0i committed suicide while ill from overwork Benjamin Gilbert 19 was electroj cuted in the penitentiary mond Vat for the murder of his sweetheart Miss Amanda Morse loeBrdwhraii SC convict who- fafitfi y woahdedJScott WHftV chifef bt pO ofWhltn1erW VaW8lynched by a party of masked riP The Illinois Central Railroad com pany has been Indicted by a Chicago grand jury for violating the federal quarantine law l c g 1 4 she WINCHESTER IIBURTON NIXON OFFERS i DELILAH eLFNA F OYNTERS BEAUTIFUL PLAY RIVERSFROM MARY J HOtMES NOVEL r ldett 8J vA PLAY H WITH f The Love Story sp dear to WO- mankind Romatic Picturesque and Quaint Characters Comedy Tears and Climaxes Beautiful SCENERY AND COSTUMES f I O lOc 25c 35 50 and 75c 25 Montana Montana which appears at the thrilling situations sail li maxes It is realistic of tlic plain and it resounds with the deep voices of rough nun The A SCENE Lena per oeU of the so called comedies nre failures lrn ruse of their absolute and to create a Lend has become notable through comedy sit nations which never fail to pldasoi even the most blase auditor hence its success with its audiences Tuo j I plot is cleverly conceived hud as portrayed by MIV Coreys well selected east shunld be pleasing i erfov inancc It might be well to add Mr Carey has hud an pro dud built for the with new und powerful fcets introduced FROM LENA RIVERS Rivers vapid laugh Rivers cast is an imirkcd for its nrtisiie attainment and the hit whiclt both plaY and company have made is attested by the continuous applause and laughter Avhich is heard at Qajfih The play will Abe at the opera house on Tuesday next ands our local will then have an of of the merits of ipny und play + IN N Q iti c I j A MURDER A A A A is A MATINEE Children Adults DOWNSTAIRS GALLERY the Stage IMONTANA typieuinspiring venturesome Seventyfive absurdity attempts perfectly legitimate unqualified splendid everywhere clltlel1eW clcdricalefI organization performance theatregoers personally opportunity juclbringI E5tERTisE 1w HtSTER yS t 1t ilrkSi r WITHOUT TUES AV 1MARCH 23rd SENSATIONALISM WRONGED WOMANF MORTGAGED FARM RAILROAD TRAIN HEADACHE PRICES ftiietriccurrenLWe t Night for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current for Motors to IDo Your WashIngr rRun Your Sewing MachinetRun Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair v Run Smoothing Iron To Do Your Ironing Run Soldering Iron To Do Your Soldering We Furnish Current for All Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for Less Money THan Anyother Plant in Kentucky Winchester Light Ice Co LuIRCORrORATRD lA4J S To Advertise Enough Is x Not Always Po sible8ut- I f Some Progress in That Direction May Be Made Enoughadvertising would give yourBusiness an immediate jutnpgive it an impulse forward Jx which nothing could checknY If therefore you COULD advertise enough ft your prosperityproblem would be quickl Y Vj f4 solvedr F1 What you CAN DO NOW is to reach out in tlic K e direction of adequacy in your advcrtismissacii K K fice other things in your esire to keep pace with K 7- f the best and the biggest advertisers in your line K VLOr a up AW that the advertising will pay for the other things n for ALL of the other things 7 1 v SHUT DOWN EXPECTED Anthracite Mines Work Full Time In Anticipation of Trouble Philadelphia March 20No word has yet come from the anthracite coal mining companies regarding the an nual reduction of 50 cents a ton in the domestic sizes of coal wnich for a Hurfber of years had been going into effect on April 1 Coal dealers and consumers arc anxiously waiting for rn announcement but none is ex pected until after the convention of miners at Scranton next week Every colliery in the hard coal fields is working full time and will continue to 4o so up to the end of the month The rumors that the mining comp nles will shut down for an indefinite period pending a settle ment of the labor troubles can not be officially confirmed but reports from several important sections of the coa1 region tend to support such rumors Infirmary Burns Inmates Saved Gardiner Me March 20Ylth flames against the rear wall of the Building 18 bedridden Inmates of the city were carried to places of safety by the attendants and half an hour later the building was in ashes True Bravery Frenck Proverb Cowards haste to die the brave ups na- SUBSCRIBE ITHE KEW r i THE POOR FARMER J11 If ther5 any class of citizens iwers Their condition is truly sali f They have nothing in which tfrujp but large handsome houses lpJttfdateNo way to talk to their ncighUp3 cxcipHjy telephone No way to get mail cxcept byfilluly rural delivery VV IlLrubhcrtiroNo way to pay thEir debts cr- by c n checks on their bank accounts nbyexcepinNo way to heat their dwcllii except by furnaces y No pleasure in travel ccepfc iie oitwo trips East or to Gplifoi 1iiachyear By all means let us do so Ir Tj to ameliorate the Condition 6iiWj armerAx t tf III f Heat from Wood CoalariQr Wood 7ield s o refoartfoC themhca4 of coal cbarecal about H a q hear u coil- r rdrJ i1 1 9I o Jwt II tJ3i T Itt f tt If i r lt r t JiI t z = i i 1r t J i it 4c4W i fIfI L MJ1 ii iWI tf f P L o i f7 t 1 r- tY r r c ii t 0 Ki1orr Iv r 1t f WiiJNEWS OF NEWNESS Just received a large assortment of the newest novelties in Jewelery Not only are the goods new but so are the designs and I patterns We extend a broad invitation to all to Visit us not necessarily to buy you know but to See We like to have a chance to show our goods audit isnt possible to do this in an ad So callIa1C H BOWEN IT ISOCIETY The Struggle of the Rich I I could have dropped omsome time ago but I stayed in for the sat isfaction I derived E fl Harri- man Thats whats the matterwith men of wealth t It isnt at all that they need The money for which they will peril their souls It is simply ambitions greed Theywant to be partof the mag nate push 4And to mix in a row to see Which one of the captains shall gain control Of the stuffthat spells Victory irts only to win a corpoi ate war That they stay in the game and play While a helpless and suffering world looks on With the blood of the bill to pay Theirs isnt the struggle that mil lions put up To secure their daily bread And give of their lives that others 1may live It is power theyre after instead For that they will hazard the best that they have Their health and their peace of mind Their consciences go with the rest as well For the pleasure they think they find It is po vel theyre afternot power of right That may count fora glory crown t rIti5merely the power to keep x themselves up 0 keeping the other man down If they struggled for wealth for the good they could do With abundance of golden might Their motives no man would dare to condemn And the world would applaud the fight Nobody denies they are giants jfstrength And each has a right to his As long as he hews to the line of thelaw But God what a shame iLls W J Lampton MIs3 Abmer Ewdards entertained in a most delightful way the Country Club on St Patricks Day The house was especially attrac Pure Candies Jeweler and Optician t II tive with its decorations of sham rocks and other emblems of the Pat a contest of words was very amusing and thoroughly enjoyed the winners being Miss Lawrence Osborne and Mr B D WittOne the most amusing features of the evening was a paper The Tanners Store Herald edited and read by Miss Lillie Martin Musio and games were indulged in until a late hour after which a delicious and refreshing lunch was served Among those present were Miss es Lillie and Ruth Martin Mayme and Eddie Osborne Nancy Mae Brock Nettie Pharis Lulu Oliver Nola Jones Mary Hastings Bertha Pigg and Sudie Osborne Messrs Harvey Brock Albert Pharis Leoni das Neal David Davis Cecil Harris Younger Osborne Beverly D Witt Lyne and George Edwards Married by Elder J W H arding this home on Hickman street Sat urday March 20 Mr George Wash ington Dykes and Miss Daisy Harrison Louch The happy couple left at once on their honeymoon trip PERSONALS Rev and Mrs Henry Clark ac compcsied by their little grand daughter Miss Emma Rice of Waco Madison county are visiting their daughter Mrs J E Black on Jefferson street Mr H arry Tanner still continues very ill at his home OD Boone ave nteMiss Stella Hendren of Lancas ter a teacher in the Madison Institute is visiting Miss Edna Hayes Mr Connie Lisle fofmerlly postmaster of this city now a prosper ious farmer of Bourbon county is visiting relatives and friends here Mrs Lucien Beckner and Miss Jean Warren left yesterday after noon for a visit to Mrs Warren of Danville Mrs James Tyler of Midway re turned to hei home today after a visit to Mrs William Cumming Miss Harkins returned to herS home in Preston burg after a lightful visit with Miss Anne Dud ley ii PHenominal Prices offered on Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets dont fail to see us before you buy as our stock is larger and better this year than ever before and it is universally known that When you buy from us you are always sure of Quality and Quantity 1 We have given special attention to our Garden and Flower Seeds and know we car ry the best to be had PO not be misled by cheaper and inferior N grades Remember Our 1c1 ARE RIGHT P RWRounsavall CO i SOLE AGENTS LIF rndell Foods occasionIntroducin Prices- Mn IIPricesBOTH PHONES No 40 t II H l J fc b P iibLljiS i 44 J1J I t I Mr Jacobs of Lexington was the guest of friends here Thursday Mrs J W Oliver has returned home after a short visit with Mrs John Smith of Lexington Mr Stuart Kendall and Mr Bruce Davis of West Liberty were in town Friday the guests of Col Tom Stuart Capt Sim Boone of Ashland but formerly County Attorney and Police Judge of this place is here for a few days the guests of relatives and friends FMrs Charles Wyckham of New ark 0 is the guest of Miss Lizzie Taylor Miss Ritchie who has teen the charming guest of Miss Mable Shipp for a few days has returned to her home in Cincinnati Mr Will um E Curry of the Curry Dry Goods Co isimproving Mrs Will Gordon and Miss Mary Agnes Gordon of Steele N Dakota have come to spend the summer with Mis J W Ballard Miss Edna Stricker of Poynter Miss Edith McGinnis of Emi nence came today to be wth Mrs Walker Lancaster for a few days Mr Charles Hainlainc of Mt Sterling is the guest of his sisters Mrs J D Poynter and Mrs Walker Lancaster Mr Ecton who is with E L March in Lexington was in town yesterdayMr Mrs Frewitt Harris were Lexington to see Polly at the Cir cus Mr Frank Haggard is in Pitts burg Penn the guest of Mr and Mrs Alvin C Cochran Dr D L Proctor of Mt Sterling was a guest in town Friday Mrs George Hon and Mr Alvin Hon left yesterday for Lexington- Mr Harvey Rogers continues critically ill Mr Ben Meyers returned home from Mt Sterling yesterday after noon Mr Sothern of the Business Col lege Lexington was in town Fri day Mrs W B Troy who has been the charming guest of Mrs Carrie Buckner for some time left for her home in Memphis this afternoon She made many friends while here and quite a number of entertainments were given in her honor- Miss Georgia Boston left this afternoon to spend Sunday with friends in Paris Mr G D Garrison of Brooklyn N Y was a guest here Friday Mr Nat B Sewell of Chicago here on business Mrs George Kohlhass and Miss Louise Kohlhass have returned home from an extended visit with Mr and Mrs Nicholas Winn of Flor ence AlaSCLAY CITY x Miss Tenord Gilbert of Cincinnati is visiting her aunt Mrs Clarence HazclriggMr Fletcher was in Mt Ster ling one lily last week Mrs A M Burgher spent several flays in Winch esterwith relatives last week Mi J C Allen has been quite ill for some time Miss Annie McMahan of Mt Sterling is the guest of her cousin Mrs Sam Carr Mr C F Thompson spent the day with his brother George Tomluison in Winchester T E Tipton of Millers Creek was in the city Tuesday Mr Amos Cain and family left Monday for Bloomington lit to make that place their home Mr J W Henry who has been quite ill for some time with typhoid fever t is improvingMrs Cassidy spent several days in Winchester the past week with relatives Miss Lula Derickson of Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with lies parents Mr and Mrs James Der isksonMrs Robert Blackburn of Stanton spent the day wilh her aunt Mrs James Derickson Wednesday Messrs Joins Gravett and Green Charles of Harhick Creek left for Bloomington Tuesday Miss Nannie Derickson of Rosstyn was tIre guest of her grandmother Mrs Bettie Maxwell Sunday Mr F F Kev of Mayfield has re turned to his home after a pleasant visit to her duusrliter Mrs J Crews Rash STILL CONTINUES ILL Mr C E Lyddaue wHo was taken ill Thursday continues quite ill and his condition is regarded as serious Mr Lyddane is the editor of the wi cheater Democrat and has alar1fc- bcleoffriends who hope for kiiW a speedy recovery t 5T t t BASEBALL SEASON TO OPEN AT lEXINGOTN Colts and Hustlers Are To Play at League Park Saturday Afternoon LEXINGTON Ky March 20 With the cry of Play Ball at the Blue Grass League park this after noon spring will be officially inaugu rated into its own in Lexington and the fans will be heard raving from this time until late in the fall on the merits of this or that player To the lovers of base ball there is no more welcome sound than the one which is used by the official in charge of the game to start all con tests and a Jarge crowd is expected this afternoon when the contest between the Hustlers and the Colts comes off Six Pitchers To Be Used The game this afternoon will be called at 230 and in order to insure a fast game three pitchers will be uspd by each team This will elim mate the possibility of any pitcher weakening under the strain und pre vent the scoring of many runs in one inning Ganzel said last night that he expected to see a hard fought contest as both nines in his estima tion will be evenly matched CHURCHES IF9IwtThe First Baptist Church Preaching by Dr Porter Sunday morning at 11 a m In the evening at 7 p in Dr Gray of Atlanta Ga will preach Sunday school at 9 30 in the morn ing Midweek meeting Wednesday evening at 7 p m Strangers especially invited Methodist Church Main street Regular services in the morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 7 P m J Morning subject The Worlds Evangelization Services conducted by the pastor Rev 0 J Chandler Preaching at the evening service by Rev Mr Weldon of Kentucky Yes leyanSunday school at 9 45 Epwortl League at 015 p Washington Street Presbyterian Morning service 11 oclock Sub ject Encouragement to Hol Song Evening service at 715 p m Subject The Thirsty Soul Satis fled Sunday school at 9 45 in the morning Christian Endeavor at 6 30 p in Strangers are cordially invited to come to these services to11IninglELKS ELECT OFFICERS MT STERLING Ky March 20 Mt Sterling Lodge No 723 B P 0 E elected the following officers at their annual meeting Thursday night for the ensuing year Exalted Ruler S Wood Esteemed Leading Knight W 0 Hopper Esteemed Loyal Knight Paul W McKenna Esteemed Lecturing Knight Ben W Hall Treasurer J Oldham Greene Secretary Earl W Scuff Tiler L H Arnold Trustee Charles G Thomp son Bourdof Governors W A Samuels L II Arnold G D Sullivan Delegate to Grand Lodge A A Haz elrigg Alternate Robin H White Delegates to State Reunion in Oc tober at Maysville Lewis 4Pperson II Clay McKee D U Young W P Titus George C Eastin and Earl W Scuff District Deputy Thomas J Smith of Richmond made his annual visit to the lodge and made an interesting talk for the good of the order Sheep Killed By Dogs Dogs made raids on the flocks of sheep of J M Bigstaff Claude Foley ncighGorhoodwounded about fifty This is the first raid on sheep for some months ol any consequence AN UNIQUE CHECK Mr J Newt Rermlcer it goodreal estate man but when it tomes to trad ing cows with Mr Dallas Powell he is not s9much He engineered one such trade this week giving ten dol lars to boot lIe delivered a cow to Mr Powell but the one from Mr Powell never reached him The following written on the check by w liich he paid the boot money will explain the untimely demise of one cow For difference in cow swap The cow I get I have not got She is somewhere in this wide universe Later the cow I was to get found near L N trestle south of Winchester quietly reposing never more to be disturbed and buried uy section boss Irvine Peace to her asLcs J NEWT RSNAKER tTRY A NEW WAN AVI8EMENT i 1 A Ai Morgan Approves Kings Plan Rome March 20T P Morgan the American financier has given his hearty approval to King Victor Em manuels scheme to wipe out the Black Hand societies in the United States by the establishment of night schools at the industrial centers of the ountry where illiterate foreign ers could be educated Mr Morgan also promised to contribute liberally to the fund being raised by the king for the financing of the project WILL BENEFIT CHILDREN New York Doctors to Meet Tonight to Plan Saving df Lives New York larch 20At a meeting of some of the leading physicians of this city to be held tonight plans will be made to enlist the services of the medical profession in the war being waged on infant mortality The doctors will confer on plans of management for the new Infant Science acadr ay of New York The aim of the academy is supervision of all infants from the time of birth and systematic instruction of mothers in their proper care The academy aims at reaching all mothers rich or poor Many of the doctors who devote their time exclusively to the study and treatment of childrens diseases are co operating in the movement Woman Manager Indicted Toledo 0 March 20That Frederick D Prentice former secretary and treasurer of the Ohio German Fire Insurance company and Miss Hope Yeager a department manager were secretly indicted by the recent grand jury has been revealed Sheriff J C Newton is at Tulsa Okla to se cure their return to Toledo to answer to the charges They went to Okla homa after the investigation began CONGREGATION DIVIDED Stoye In Which Rev Carmichael Cremated Victims Body In Dispute Port Huron Mich March 20The congregation of the Rattle Run M E church where the ReV J H Carmichael butchered Gideon Browning burning his body is split over the dis position of the church stove in which the pieces of flesh were partially cre faction wants to accept the of fer of one of the vaudeville houses or museums to buy the stove for 100 but the other wants to break it up and bury the grewsome relic Treasury Changes Announced Washington March 20The secretary of the treasury announced the appointment of Charles Dyer Norton of Chicago as assistant secretary of the treasury to succeed Louis A Coolidge resigned Charles Dewey Hilles of Dobbs Ferry N Yhafbeen appointed assistant secretary of the treasury succeeding Beekman Winthrop THE MARKErS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 OOi 00 cows S3 60Q 5 heifers J3 256 00 bulls 3 755 25 stackers and feeders 3 305 30 Calves3 50S 25 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 3 00C 30 Iambs 007 80 yearlings 55 C07 25 Hogs Choice heav shipping 6 806 90 butchers 56 75G 90 light mixed 56 ij6 65 choice light 656 75 packing 15 606 75 pigs 256 25 Wheat No 2 red 51 221 CornNo3 6465c OatsNo 3 5254 c East Buffalo Cattle Export eat tie 56 006 75 shipping steers 56 00 6 25 butcher cattle 55 506 50 heifers 54 606 00 cows S3 505 50 bulls 5350 5 25 CalvesBest 59 009 50 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 55 506 00 wethers 56 00G 30 ewes 55 505 85 lambs 57 00S 00 yearlings 56 757 25 HogsHeavies 5i 257 30 mediums J7 207 25 Yorkers 57 i07 20 pigs J6 C06 70 roughs 56 O06 25 stags H 505 Plttsburg PaCattie Choice 56 SOtj 65 prime 206 40 tidy butchers 55 005 85 heifers S3 005 50 cows bulls and stags 52 505 25 fresh cows 120 00 r50 00 Calves Veal 58 009 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers 55 90 6 10 good mixed 55 60g 5 85 lambs 56 006 10 yearlings 55 7 15 Hogs Prime heavy hqgs 57 20 mediums 57 05 7 10 heavy Yorkers 57 007 10 light Yorkers 56 656 85 pigs 56 006 25 Cleveland aCattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 25 fat steers 55 756 00 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 503 50 bulls 52 004 25 milkers and sprJngers 525 0055 00 Calves 58 50 down Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 55 00 g5 75 wethers 55 506 00 ewes 55 255 50 lambs 56 007 85 Hogs Mixed 57 00 heavies 57 057 10 mediums 57 00 7 05 JTorkers 56 507 00 pigs 56 55 roughs 56 25 stags 55 25 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 261 27 CornNo J2 mixed 67c OatsNo2 5454c RyeNo2 85c Lard9 859 95 Bulk Meats 59 87 Bacon 510 50 Hogs 55 57 05 Cattle2 756 25 Sheep2 255 50 Lambs 55 007 90 Toledo O Wheat 51 23 corn 67c oats 55 Vic rye 82c cloverseed 55 55 FIRE DESTROYS PIER Total Loss of 200000 Sustained by Lehigh Valley Company New York March 20Fire which started at the land end of an 800foot Lehigh Valley freight pier in Jersey City destroyed the pier storehouses and sheds and nearly 100000 worth of merchandise before it was flooded out by the combined forces of the Ho boken and Jersey City fire departments and a large fleet of tugs and fire boats With the damage to the pier the total loss will reach 200000 Beheaded by Train Marysville 0 March 20C F Beach 45 was killed in the local rail road yards He was going to the depot to take a train for Raymond and stepped from one track to the other and was struck by the north bound passenger train His head was severed from his body and one leg and thffiootot the other BSCR Q l1 NEWS t r- J it4 itC JjL ff1 y jJ r lJ l T Srif l i yi J 1 aoTsi- L r VT tte 5trtts j Jr You Cannot Ansr These QuestionL IVVhy cio you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretch out ina full bath tempered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Wny pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio Rive- rrrfl C it are cts V to J of the Christian of last of E for for the of he is Pres ident In the the bles were to It is io that the will be and met t d 1 s J 00 f v t f J have a dry dismal yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the T same tme get rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other incon when you have i dJhealththe house v 618 it not true that the an swer is not lack of money but f lack of and eriterprisr and indifference to the most out of life F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works Co INCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all about Youll be surorised at inexpensive these privileges request pocket prison 170 of be sellthil appeal can economy J I OU wcGet a can of JAPALAC today at our Depart ment and see for yourself how wonderfully it rer iuvenate old chair or in any of furniture that is badly marred It comes in 1 6 hundreduses Dark Oak Walnut Mahogany Cherry Mali1 achite Green Ox Blood Red Brilliant Black Dead Blck Natural Gloss White Flat White Ground Blue Go1daifd Aluminun All Sizes 15 to 250 i LACE CURTAIN CARPET CLEANER and All Spring Cleaning Requisites Phillips Drug CoII I ELECTRICITY t 1 kvTj night a pleasure Wont you in and let us ex plain the merits of this new and beautiful light you and the saving intheconsumption electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 730 Ropair wroK a specailty I Winchester Electric Supply Co WANTED BIBLES The officers Endeavor Societies this city weekreceived Henry Youtsey a Bibles society which the societyare men At meeting Washington Street Christian Eodeiuror ordered 1e hoped promptly liberally J7t 7i P I i rII 4Why looking veniences getting Paint an fact piece colors has a Oak from veBi and IHYIcleandrop 10 KorrBloccS NMain IDEATHS AND FUNERALS it it- Mrs Myria Owl n Guhm V The funeral of MrsvMyrm Og4aa f Guiniit who died Friday moaun wa held at the residenceof her parfiite I Mr and Mrs B A Ogden jMi Lex liJ ton avenue Saturday at1- 1Q cl6Cke 1acted by Iii lJI e Nill Qf UU CAis aIr k hebqruial took pla idif 4Ay I lot IrnttlM Wmeiiwtoir i ygv i rlVf i J iYy fwif 1t 4 Si- t r tt r I s r5 41t I rs V f 1 l t Y tl- y i w t et Pftlr r rfJi fV j rrVTMIrMIPVt itr r 1 t e rr i r i i t jf Withto GK 1 3T1U iJ JlV 74 rA rJCOPYRIGHT mi 8Y 5 LL df Oh not for all the world she prbtested B t 3 9U1icme and meet the UeuII tenuo1eiorr JucredulciuslyIuner qf Whyyes Vernon answered inhiW1yersSite leaked up at the desk b wifeli lieutenantgovernor hlndI BwiiSging gently in his swivel chaW y whil6 the s W rid senate bills bh tfeird reading There was a re luciaice inher eyes butvfcjien she caUght Vernon s smile she gathered berkIrts d said ilIf if I mustr Vv CHAPTER IV +Whiie iiss Greene sat chatting with the lieutenantgovernor who gladly negfected the diiUes of his high ounce 4 Vernon went out into the rotundaSr lighted ai cigarette glanced paiypblets and tried to arrange the hea ot his speech in his mind Aithe thought of the speech Ver zot grevcold arid limp with nevous ne8s His hands were clammy his knees trembled his mouth became dry jindparched and the cigarette he had lifted imparted all at once an evil aste Y FheBmokedoh and as he wandered abound the rotunda men froinbotii houses passing to and fro greeted him but they seemed to him llittingbyInthlBJfRtiAlf lt was pnJy as df envied behigllon a cctombir happy plane JOniwenBoyer lb the state librarj think big that its quiet wduld soothe but Whfen he stood among the tall stackstof Udoka he suddenly r me1 precinctsandsobgal6if6r ho must smoke He walked roiinii and round the rotunda pausing at Umbs to lean over the brass railing andlfopk far down to the main floor Where the red light glowed at the cigar stand lie sauntered back Into the dim and undisiurbdd corridors his miiid racing over all the things he niighjt say Ojice or twjce he glanced into the pamphlets Miss Greene had given him biifle cpuldnot fix hisIJ1hldon them theirutypeS danced meaninglessly be nforehlsb1t3a1llovjie at his best He haji poken be fore a hundred tIms he knew his audience and he had the proper con tempt forhjl8 colleagues He had uiavfer oer sure made a set speech in that presence seldom did any one edoshort and thpomptu and ttiere was no time for anticipation to generate nervous dread And yet his mind seeined to be extraordinarily clear 1 jiiillKen JtTseeihed if be able to corn oJceBithif thought ras the effect of tie speth aiready he c uIdsthe news papers aid5 the big Headlines they wth1d display on their first pages the nextmornlng lie couldhee his mother gf1im at breakfast and then he epiilcf t see Amelia Te11Mthem hercheeksh8rHahd and pitf b k ler haIr thitiprettyinanner1sm of hers then iihp jsi ely rOsting her arms on the tab before her she would eagerly rd they ongicolunus through while her mdth r reminded her that her breikfat t was getting cold Hpw she wbuld be of him She wtmji neverL chide Uim1 again she dundhtmiTft JSltons too wiJull read and hi- sabsce ffomTthteIr dinner would react on tiem impresaively And fifaria ladgSea m Until that very s fntht Amelias letter lay still un f hls deck back there In the oefd chamber Maria Greee I She heaxsli ld color us she l1irm and ligr eyes would gIoytjkaouidfelthewarm pressure t illiIAnd Itwas tB ansonie young Jj prqseice in the chamber that tv riaLp all tMRCrYOUSneSL Be- iaSNreihathe ouI nqt pave been ibeicsif AmehiEie Jte ther9 hvrhard 1ij 1sP n pu1tc1fiOlChe had fjd lJt iMa her to l1 of somehow the pltesw 8PJf eii iiethb to- 1w1la it woUld 0pold rio b ki4u1a J1i fbttlrd hIs tc B J4 Jlt tt oiU h tkfORe taRtb1 b oit the Ithe re woud bela bt i4wipeper+tr b1IIfstt owix 0 iI i 1 1 PtSr t j theitory and passed the womansuffrage measure It would be an event to eraIsaw his Miss Greene Come she said Its up Hurry She was excited and her cheeks chatterIo er But he stammered II didnt k nowI havent even arranged for recognition Oh Ill fixed ail thatthe woman proinisedmeskirts and almost running CHAPTER V As they entered the senate chamber Vernon heard the lieutenantgov rnbr say And the question is hall the resolution be adopted Those in favor will vote aYI those opposed will vote no when their names are called and thesecretary will call theSir PresVdent Vernon shouted There wasno time now to retreat he had munched himself on the sea of glory A dozen other senators were on their feet likewise demanding rec ognition thelieutenVernon stood by his desk arranging complacently the documents Miss Greene had given him Qnc4r1wice- eh cleared his throat and 1pOdhis- ipsl with his handkerchief The other senators subsided into ther seats and seeing that they therns ives were qUkeo the stieeclielLpf Phbrsi they turned dherslonsinhhPUrs of the session writing letters rending newspapers smoking Ver Greenewdsof a divan Her face was white and drawn Shegave a quick nod and a smile just touched her fixed lips Ahd thehVernon began HjBspoke slowly and with vaSt deliberation his Vpicp was veVy low He outlined Its Subject with exquisite pains detail by detail making It clear just what prop dsitidns lie would advance His man Ppeurely legal argument when It was clone the senate it it had paid atten Uonthough It seldom did pay atten Uonwouldlnlow all about the ques tldn of womdhsliffrage J v In his deliberation Vernon glanced wand then at Maria Greene Her yeh were sparkling with Intelligent Interest sif to choose the lowest point possIb1erornwh1ch to trace the rise and progress of legislation favor ale women Vernon would call the attention of the senate first to the de cision ol thje Illinois supreme court In re Bradwell 55 Ill 525 That was aWaV back in 1869 when the ae was virtually dark and that was the case gentlemen would remember just as if they all kept each decislon of the court at their tongues ends In which tile court held that no Woman could be admitted under the laws of Illinois to nractlcg as an attorney at law But and Vernon implored his colIeagtiesc mark long years afterward the court of its own motion entered a hunc pro tune orders reversing its own decision in the dwell case VernOiv dilated Upon the impoVtance of this decision he extol d th court ithad seta white milestone to mark the progressing e ninciptioii ol the race Then- L i IsRicjIfton oI4r EqtiiLItyCar- Iilj HTQyer stiinated ImDortanccl1 i teCouUni dj JT r 1tTfiY A NEWS WART lr1 ADVCRTISEMEM1 f Ht- r ftf r 2j tESUDkv SHOOt t tgW f tebrn X1L First Qtiarteiy For t M r h zi 9 HEIifeNATIONAL SERIES rec of the L gson Cothpi henlivei Quarterly RiWGoIden Text PreparedbYIC rlg i009TJy AmeHn PrcsBAsaodairoB- 3EKSOJiI Acts4f 114 the ascension of our jLord Golden Text Luke xx- 15Irt came to pass while He blessed th rpHc was patted froth them and carried up into heaven Dtiriug the lrtY days In which He appeared to tlie fllsciples thIS atleautteuilthes He spolfe of theilngdom of 3od and com mailed them to wait till they should have received tile Spirit that they might by HIs power go forth and heal witness unto Him in all the world LESSON ILThe descent of the Holy Spirit Ants 121 Golden Text John iiv 1C 17 I Will pray the Father nndj He will give you another comfort er that He may abide with yon for eve oven the Spirit or Truth Ac conilng to the type in Las xxili just fifty days after t tbe resurrection of Christ the new first fnilts began to be gPeterwhp cane as predicted by Joel but also promised by Jesus Christ Himself LESSON IIIpe beginnings of the Christian church Acts 2247 Golden Text Acts II 42 They continued steadfastly In the apostles dOctrincI andi fellowship nn din bread and in prayers By the Spirit of God through the word of God s3 moil Peter so preached Jesus Christ crucified ami risen again as Israels Messiah the Son of David that 3000 received Him as their Saviour ann Lorjl Vat all their possessions into a common fund 3i4ssONAct iL Golden Text Acts Iii 10 His name through faith in His name hatU made this man strong whom ye see and knowuThe risen and ascend andjohpRstrikingother opportunity to proclaim Jesus Christ crucified and risen again as the- o e whom Moses land all the prophets had foretold as the seed of Abraham LESSON VThe trial of Peter and Johfr Acts iv 131 Golden Text Acts lY piliTher were all filled with the Holy Ghost they spake the word of 1fenteredhave been against Godand on the side of the devil and religion so called has been more largely on the line c I Calh than of Abel the god of this world taking the place of the livings and true God LSSON VlTru and false brother hood Acfe iv 32 to v 11 Golden Text Prov xli 22 Lying lips art abomination to the Lord but they that dent truly are His delight With one heart and soul the believers lived to get ier In the bonds of a risen Christ counting nothing as specially theirs ow1 f bnl He might be magnified Imliestimbriy to the truth and got In some igdiSLESSON VII The apostles inipris oneh Acts v 1742 Golden Text Matt v jb Blessed are they which are per secuted for righteousness sake for OllgI6ners 0f Christ and beat them and forbade them to speak the name of JesUs but the Lord by an dngel brought thein outot prison and commanded them to- speqk to the people and strengthened thein to testify again before the rulers LESSON YIIL Stephen the first Ciiristlan martyr Acts vi 1 to ylil 3 USkIhenLorU Jesus receive thy spirit Not apostles ony but men willing to sere tables become faithful witnesses to tliisj risen lining Christ tidoli of ltgilius is not oiity d liar but a murderer LESSON IX The gospel In Samaria Acts Viil 415 Golden Text Acts Tilt 0 The p cfle with one accord gave hoed unto those things which Philip siiaie liearjng and seeing the miracleV which he dl 1Go l works In splteiQf all hindrances and makes evcn the vroth man to praise Him The Ijcr sedition scattered the preacbxirs and ga there dju re souls tq the Lord somq dQu tf l but majiy rea bpJieyerFapd 1t1 nef thljumbie committee of seSl wJs A cq soVhllp And the EthiOjjiai Ac4 tVH Sglp Golden Toxt John v 39 VSearch the Scriptures for inthelkye think e have eternal life are they whicii testify otlrc Soine tljirig Is wrbnfe In pie holy city when a can go tJeiy and to tile temple to worship a1i1 not learn of pim who is rater than the temple Some one In TieaVen cares even He who told thei It was a denof thieves and by an xBgcl and by His Spirit gave light by Philip to the eunuch ctslxAnd Peter said unto him Aeneas Jesus Christ naketh thee whole arise 1mtke thy vbed Vud he arose Jin media tpIyM War bn eartH ta make 19IjeiX1still the very same Tcsus giving llfo and e uslu erp meiiI4Odeeusarni wilfc InnSwnaM oflTrJ iuiTfJ p t 1 f t di H H Jfifl r I + lfi 11 fielOObr is ijio1eai U LUMBER b= =L == I t 1Therethis country Ai company of colpredv men have OrcnsboroSevcn colored men ser ecl on a jury at Win ton N C lust weekcOne of the text recently in tiotlucertinto the Public Schools of Loiusiana require the pupils to write an plionAmerican attended the St Paul Bur A fAme iof this Slate recently purchased OOO acres of coal and iron laud Morgan county Ky inI By a receiitactbf Congress ft Ogden of New York Jacob holland er of Ballinlore both white and Booker Tare commis sioned to go to Liberia tte Negro epublic make an investigation and report buck to this government its e jTheo gfPerry is principal is tic largest in s ifTheA M R Schoolat 0coil ain 350 acres of land nine brick and seven franle buildings withp60OdO Carnegie library all p A1oThe National Association of Col ored Physicians will meet at Boston August 10 Mis Est ia n ooksisat home from ovington The Baptist Church at Ford hada L1kvthe most eminent tlevihes of Virginia asbeell engaged to conduct the pro traqtetl meeting at Broadway Fricmls awuy like Jto Ujpar from home so send them The Winchester News i nTersaI1les fAndfriends of Rev John Fisher went to His home hia jody and as a cle inoivstratioh f 1019mid esteem pre senijed him and family with many useful and valuable presents TIme home of Miss Ann elll Yilso l on N1IIqple street was the scene ofa beautiful reception last Saturday night Willis BrQQkattencicf1 tile funeral of his brotherinrlaw iii Lexington lasthveek TJim ViIitrsoi iKanlas aiofSuuflay t Rbberi has purchased hli qutfit and will go iutothe transfer busihess Rev George Tolliver occupied the pulpit at the Christian Church last Gorge Jones is closmfir out his grocery t V Miller lia the pjVeumonTa- YAJford soil of ton Wallace lias retuhied from the Reform Sclibol yearsftlie Methodist Qbnferdnce at Indiana fiolis next week J P Mance ahd Ji lie Tlampf 6 u were initiafed jnto the UBF Lbctge Moiiday night Cliarles ArinStrbhg and family are an ngiiig Jo move to Oklahoma tfext J4 W DQe1i an applicant to take tile chool c nsu1f the city of Win Chester OWeli Aturidhy aJCltirk cpuhty prb Week The Red Cross Sanitorinnvjcol ote4 2423 Shelby s1q 9t wiJIioI its ponnnencement exercises April 9 Vt lHa t Baptist ch UD Stbll basbeIi niiyited to at i i de L tYou are always welcome tQ come here and ex mine our extensive line of doors sashes wainscoting and other high grade millwork It is work of which we are proud Evpry detaills carefully constructed by mill experts the sawing planing finsh and general cabinet work is unsurpassed Our prices are pretty low considering Ve ask your inspection cINCORPORATED 1= = = books Xenia hospitable Quisenberry l r nedy M Sand ky and Ora B Owens Ruby Thompson of cltiss 007 will deliver the alumnae ad recsCourierJoiirna1 o ter ifor Negro publications Iwillpertain mostly to the race The special train going from Cii- iiunati to the Methodist Conference at Indianapolis will leave lit 1220 Tuesday March 23rti Fate for the round trip 225 Parties contem going may govern themselves accordingly Aunt Ann Watts Ashley the- aithful laundress for the white Elks lub for the past ten years has been on the sick list The best of the season iAcolor ed sage from Howards Creek sug g psts that there be colored Post pastorate It may not be geuerajiy known but evs John Brock of this city is a randson of an African Chief who a Indathie Major was owned by Gov mes Clark of this county Services at Allens Chapel C M E Chitrcli tomorrow ias follows Rev J W Terrj7 Morning Hallelujah Alleluia fternoon Is Dancing a Ski- ight 7 Wan- Baptizing after morning service und confirmation at night John Brooks the popular Brown Proctoria porter has been confined to his lied for two weeks1 Rev T Timberlake attended the meeting of the Executive Board at LexlngtonMonqay Rev R Quads Financial Agent for the Extine Norton University at Cane Springs Ky was in tile city this week Mrs Hattie Strauss is quite sick Birt Higgins mid Miss Hester Yates were quietly married Monday ig1t Tomorrow will be Revr Turners last Sunday liefore goingto Confer ence andits such all members aunt are requcstetl o be present morning evening and night Rev II D Colerane will preach a special sermon at Brqadway tomorrow inorriihg onCnrch Discipline and at night on On Origin Qualifications and Duties of Dea eons Dr W D Tardiff of Stanford Grahd raster of the U B F Lodge was in the city Thursday night The many rneids of Mis Mary Curry were entertained at lien homo on Buriv Ave Thursday nighf The meeting at the First Baptist Church continues with increase in tercstIRev a G Turner will leave for conference at Indianapolis Monthly am us such will have time farewell seiyices tomorrow at Clarks IIoJ Church serviges morning evening und night Financial rally between W E Franklin and Dennis Daniels representing the sinneraud Christian The publicis cordially invited Ipiplements of the right kind J R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY COM PANY h4IcCoidTrtr and McCor mick 3174t jQuit Here is the wa to quit smoking recpmmended bya man who failed to make It work Instead of quitting off short qait gradually Dont smoke in the morning until you cant stand It any longer Then smoke a cigar and then quit again until you are conpelled to smoketor go crazy By degrees you will learn to do without smoking Atchison Globe rI Your library needs a liijjlit you will find them at Tl BUSHS 318eordIm6 JjTRY A NEWS WANT 5 v ADVERTISEMENT Tt trykv 4 J CiIr tT Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year tifxieto your your contract yjpu acquainted once you ought lumber will then WINCHESTER MANUFACTURING COU dCOORD Jlamiltol1O1li h11obac williceele Qompa1j getItheh rClark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo I cesttheFaimes the of Equipment and theptplication Economical Business Methods9 we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all anti conditions of public pri = vate streets alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always andSandsame in quanitydesired The putting in classes of Concrete a specialty satisfaction guaranteed 7 Peoples State Bank CAPITAL OOOOO agojustion Notwithstanding the hard there a steady growth fro start number ofourand the ofour business We enroll new every week We want Xou are tsonalJ M Cashier J BROWN President Vice I DWElLING HOUSEi INVENTORIES FREE =WE WILL SEND M HAhn SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO WHO WILL MAKENRITTEN APPLI CATIONS FOR SAME4 AND IF WILL INISOLICITOR TO ASSIST MAKING THE INVENTORY liT IS A VALUABLE ANDIUSEFUL BOOK ALL GARRY INSURANCE tIN THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS HOULD HAVE JEuyTs INSURANCE AGENCY CHURCH MEMBERSHIP The official directory of the stJtebeen man caa a goc qr1rowanrejsJ f 5 I ff= lr 1 F po 1t t tase tMot lumber supply for next and when you do think of us If dont know us get for ye are to know and you ought to know our too We to supply you with any grade at fairest figures d I No Ro d can i much is a Pooronl On Basis ap of kinds roads or or t on Sale any of all and i times has been the in the depositors in volume names yours HCDGKIN L LB COCKRELL President J J ALL pESIRED SEND AND ONE Protes itA folks bejiappy fSJWhenHorse Goin Into the feed or grain of our suppIyth- yvuIl know why he workswitboiu whipping better every day You cSii not work pn poor food Nither cill your horse Give him our kind fffeod and gr hinnd hell repBy you hand somely in both dispositien to work tufa ability to do it ioV Purina CHicKexi Feed Vulcan Plows Wd Hickory latHSJ JIR Martin Coal and Supply Ce PGARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I hea- n uptodate Garage vfiXjEjt nice Waiting Room for Ladies tLtit I Chas Hag rr Winch stei tfi orner of Broadway and HifHIanri W S DOLPHiNTAILOR SHOP S RefiireifcSatisfaction Ladies Party Dresses a Sfreclirity GiVc Us a Trial aVtf H ede the 5t Hf called for and delivered W SHomeThe famous Blue Ribbon IcHshffcieaninq all kinds of metal Th i BUSHL i i 4 3l8sdlAH OFFICIAL APPOINTHEHT Mr Curtis Eans luts 1 iippointed an inspector Jw the BL4IIeY lo 4rohtacmo c cl yaMDI Ills first nrrt ta1 tnptfH8fl flekl eL1 iAw Frunkfort iI JI V v 1r i r J LIt v1SI 2e3 i s1 4 rT j r ytyr vt v I 1 11Ir l TNlWIdCNFtTFRt s 71 litr1U cttl J c f t Jf 1F FF1CIAL SCHEDULE OP BLUE GRASS LEA GUB CITIES Lexington ls1 Richmond 1r t Trankfg t t t Slielbyville j p isrit4 7j Winchester At Lexington I 1 ttfI hSt WEM j r i May 15 16 June 14 27 July 17 18 Aug 71 8 28 29 Sept1May t 24 26 June 7 8 25 26 Juy 24 Aug 10 30 Sept 7 9 CMay89303131June Julv 11 Aug 1 22 Sept May 7 13 18 June 22 30 July 5 10 28 Aug 9 Sept 4 10 11 April 30 May 1 2 23 29 JuneS 13 July 4 25 Aug 14 15 Sept 5 I NOBODY LOVES A TAT MAN COUNTY COURT DAYS CountyCoties tributary to Winchester r Anderson Lawrenccburg 3rd Mon day Bath CKvingsvillc 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st MondayIBoyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK 4th Mon day Estill Irvine 3rd Monday MondayFleming day MondayGarrard Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison hiana 4th lonIdayLincoln Stanford 2nd Monday t Mondayluason MondayMontgomery Monday MondayOwen MondayPowcll MondayShelby Woodford Versailles 4th Monday Rich Land Unused Inthe mountain regions of Cuba there are ridges and valeysof exfr ferUle label nearly all un tpSched and existing tactically as they did before tba time of tho SpanJarda rue p es iSystemtlc investigation of the Phil thtCfQUCOpStsts before the American occupation ituO number Wall fisHniaJed J50 t t r At Richmond April 27 28 29 June 1 2 3 July 1 2 3 Aug 16 17 Sept Lrors f1RINTI May 10 11 12 June 17 18 19 July 12 13 2G Aug 24 Sept 10 11EMay 27 28 29 June 21 22 23 July 15 16 29 30 Aug 20 21 May 3 4 5 June 7 8 9 July 7 Aug 10 11 Sept 13 14 May 20 22 25 July 5 23 24 Aug 2 3 30 31 Sept 8 9 t At Frankfort May 21 25 July 6 7 21 22 Aug 3 4 11 31 Sept 8 f April 30May 1 2 23 June 4 5 13 July 4 25 Aug 915 pt5y r CORREpTLY r May 13 16 June 27 28 Julv 18 Aug 81617 29 Sep 1213 May 27 28 July 11014 July 29 30 Autr 12 19 25 26 Sept 3 Mav g9181930J- ulie 920 21 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sent 4 f COPYRIGHTIS09 BY AMERICAN WINCHESTER f FAIRS I90a IKENTUCKY County August 3rd 4 Days laysIiuc6 days Rockcastlc county August 18 3 days Bourbon county September 7th 15 daysi13th dayst daysSpencerMercer county August 123 days daysEyingShelby county August 24 4 dos daysBooneIf secretaries of fairs vill kindly furnish lat Swo will carry free Ql charge Garnets Production The nations production of abrasive garnet in 197 7058 short tons was the greatest on record exceeding the previous years production by 52 per cent Mind ls TwIce Limited The human mind Is twice limited i may tone several times and it may fully enjoy love but once Jean Jacques Weiss J Notice A London man attempted o prevent an husband frnw abusing hi sl wife whereupon the wife slot and killed the good Samaritan A Mans Birthday We do not know whence a man comes nor whither he goes yet we choose his birth or death day to cele brute his recurring century We should house his of achlecIment London Saturday Revie w Introspection Not for All onlyotheV SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS r At Shelbynlle May345 June 101112 July 12 13 14 31 Ausr 23 24 May 17 18 19 June 24 25 26 July 21 22 Aug 5 13 14 April 27 28 29 June 1 2 3 14 June 20 30 July 5 5 17 Auc 28 THE May 10111225 26 June 17 18 Aug 30 31 Sept 7 8 9 May 7 June 7 8 July 7 8 Aug 11 J2 Auf 18 in 95 21 At Pairs Mav 19 20 June 21 23 29 July 5 15 27 Aug 21 13 18 Aug 20 May 8 9 30 31 31 June 12 20M 1 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sept 1 2 May 141529 June 15 16 July Hi 19 20 Aug 5 Sept April 30 May 1 2 22 23 June 5 13 July 4 24 25 Aug 15 Sept OFFICIAL t May 10 June 25 27 July 17 18 Aug 8 1G 24 29 Sent 12 In THE PRESS ASSOCIATION many Clark then angry SG1= GILBERT BOTTO FOR jVI BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEVENSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky PENDLET ON BUSHc BUSH Attorneys At Law KyICOn r ightTfer and Ice Co FurI Specialtyt PhonesIMILLSIWINCHESTER ROLLER The oldest and best institution the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthc anId D yof 0 The only way to get any c mortis tc throw them all In the wastebasket t andto do the things we can see ly in daylight gft u SUBSCRIBE FOR THE tEWS sf flr 4 iiiIMttn9 May 10 11 12 June 17 IS 19 July 910 July 29 30 Sept 1 2 May 21 2426 Juno 2829 36 July 5 14 19 20 Sept Mny 3 4 5 31 31 June 10 11 12 Aug 13 20 21 23 May 14 15 July 1 2 3 July 20 27 28 Aug 9 10 Sept 1011 April 27 28 29 May 17 June 2 324 2G July 13 Aug 17 27 28- SCHEDULE OPERA H HOUSEH ITUESDAY MARCH 23rd BURTON NIXON OFF- ERSLena Rivers MARY J HOLMES NOVEL DRAMATIZED By Beulah Poynter A WOMANS PLAY A PLAYDistinctly IAN EMOTIONS Everybody goes to see LENA Direction BURTON NIXON MATINEE Children IQc Adults 25c r NIGHT centseGallery 25 sNow clover and timothy and oats See us for first luss seed J R1 MARTIN COAL and SUPPLY COMPANY I 3 174t nCinnrmonfreshever r day SJ tli Winzliesterp BRhery f Time ForJ More Printing high1 the then Were New Down the Minute Type the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR I We ate vain enough to believe that we have a line of samples that will eclipse anything of kind In this section of Kentucky andnothing gives us more pleasure than to exhibit our production to the users ofprinters ink We would like to call and show yotl that we can deliver the goods 1 Z5he WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED IPrinters of Anything t S Main StJ New 9L fti IHAGAN IGAS AN- DAOUNE Engines SIMPLE RELIABLt ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantor WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES DAGAN GAS ENGINE T MFG CO rlconrosnr- snWINCESTTZZ 1GY vl Totto do H6riorto honor to Oki oittfs to aV Ush In the morning the house iIghtAlhone11 e trv i qf h y III7 c T i i y r ntt 4rt IT is time that business of f and to I MORE Its Phone CALL ON NELSON The TransfetManI by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone94i Night Phone 339 WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY NS a H McKlNNEY Preps Clothes Cleaned frftsri arts lepafrid DRY CLEANING AND DYEING A SPECIALLY t N W Cor Main and Fairfiur A Thousa dUal For Two THousftnd Hats Wanted You can hareyoprohoice ifgdiico early enpngfi too piol out thV ikjf sample Hat at1 brio on thi Dollar Just now received frooiliMdiog aianii faotntert at the AM LE tt N Msiii1jtN v J a ayp r SiMila export a s 3eworth bi olIre all 4 Year nil t7or liff Hk Mrlfctiifc iirrest- J Ii I I t Capital Stooooe t undivided Profits SI6oooo- t rHE WinchesterBaakor i c WINCHESTER KY N HWIjHERSOON p e lViR SPUAR I ldi8S f tHUWr 1 iii if t dbdMa t jand tor t ttiiae eli fir 1fJ-C 1V t f- r ww 1 i II 2 i ii i f rZ Th y i 1 i 4 4 t 1 if fc l f t p zII i iY r r rpasJxt THE lirICHESTERJlEWS it 1 i WILL LESS TALK Representatives Want Time to Amend Tariff Bill EACH HAS AX TO GRIND cut rn Duties on Lumber Wilt Be principal lPont of Attack Hides and Leather Goods Will Also Come In For Vigorous Discussion South erners Op In Arms Over Prospect fFre Trade With the Philippine Islands Washington March 20There Is a general dispcsition In the house to eliminate as far as possible any ac ademic discussion of the tariff Mem b riof both sides are desirous o- fhalia1tit1e general debate as pos sible and as much time as is practi cable for the consideration of the bill fthder the fiveminuto rule for amend ment lWhen the Dingley bill was before congress less than a week was devoted in the house to the discussion of the bill under the fiveminute rule and while it is likely that a rule will be brought jn to limit the time for considering amendments It is believed that sufficient time will be al lowed for the consideration of the whole bill under the fiveminute rule Members on both sides are lining up and preparing to submit amendments to the sections of the NIl in which their constituents are interest edThe main contention is to be over the cut made in the duty on lumber It is understood that the southern representatives are almost t unanimously in favor of retaining the t present duly of 2 per 1000 feet They will have the support of many members from the northwest and Pa cine coast states Hides and leather manufactures also will be the subjectof considerable debate An earnest effort will be made by the Democrats to have shoes and other leather products reduced at least 50r 10 per cent and to have hides retained on the free list On boots arid shoes according to the new tariff will be levied a v duty oZ15 per cent ad valorem While this isa reduction of 10 per cent ad valorem it is contended by those who favor further reduction that the shoe men themselves have admitted they could stand a reduction of6 or 10 per cent more if hides were admitted tree The Louisiana delegation met to consider the effect the free trade pro vision for theThilippine Islands would have on the rice industry in the Unit edStafesThey will endeavor to have the minority report of the ways and means committee favor a small duty on rice imported from the Phil ippines or the quantity entitled to free entry restricted as has been done with sugar and tobacco In explanation of the retention of the countervailing duty clause on petrol 1 it is claimed that Mexico has developed large oil fields and that the provision limiting the free entry of oil to countries which do not im pose a tax on the importation of American oil1 was made to prevent the importation of Mexican oil free bf duty it that country should impose a tax on oil from the United States There has been very little criticism Inline house of the metal schedule but It is claimed that duty on wrought and cast scrap iron should be equal to the duty on pig Iron as is provided in the Dingley law In the Payne bill scrap iron is covered by a duty of 50 cents per ton while the duty on pig iron is 250 per ton In speaking of this schedule a mem ber of the house declared that its effect would be to reduce the importa tion of pig iron to practically nothing while all the scrap Iron that could be secured in foreign countries would be brought into this country SESSION MONOTONOUS Representatives Bored by Reading of f Payne Tariff Bill Washington March 20 For four and a halt hours the house of repre sentatives listened to the reading of the tariff bill which was concluded It was the only business transacted It was perhaps the dreariest legisla tive session of any held by that body in recent years Some of the members eany in the reading took to the cloak rooms and lobby back of the speakers fesk while others left the building lor the day Mr Sims of Tennessee injected a breath of life into the proceedings He wanted tie reading of the bill dis jenied with as a farce but objection was made Then he asked unanimous consent that me bill be put on its JpaJsfifige saying it was evident no opportunity would be afforded to i RBtecid tile measure in the house To thifs suggestion however Mr Mann of irilinols objected Collar Manufacturers Protest Troy N Y March 20The tariff committee of the Shirt and Collar Manufacturers association vissued aI S tement regarding the proposed tariff as affecting the collar industry It is v stated that the adoption of the- Y prpiMwsedJVschedule on collars and cuffs would up et conditions and ren i i ie f 1 rlt rnIL t f t tier Troy collar manufacturers unable to meet the competition that such a reduction would bring about Harris to dead Fight Columbus 0 March 20 Former Governor Harris is to join those who propose to make a vigorous fight be fore congress against the reduction of the tariff on hid s He will lead in the contest 4f necessary Probably he will go to Washington and appear before the house committee on ways and means To Tax Weapons Washington March 20A novel way of raising revenue was proposed in the nouse by Representative Sisson of Mississippi It is provided In a bill he Introduced that a tax of 2 be levied on every deadly weapon such as pistols dirk knives and brass knuck les manufactured and sold within the United States IHOW TO QUIT DRINKING Washington Physician Recommends Vegetable Diet For Inebriates Washington March 20It you have a strong appetite for king alco hol and tobacco and want to be cured of the habit just eat a vegetable diet for six months This was the advice given by Dr D H Kress of this city in an address entitled Dyspepsia and Its Rela tions to Inebriety before the American sodety for the study of alcohol and other drug narcotics He dis cussed the evil effects of an excessive diet and declared that overeating leads to drunkenness If you would not become a drunkard said Dr Kress then quit eating meat LEWIS TO ATTEND- SCRANTON MEETING Miners Resident Says Definite Policy Will Be Outlined Indianapolis Ind March 20Presi dent Lewis of the United Mine Work ers of America has ordered the national executive board to convene in Indifinapolis on next Thursday Acon vejition of the anthracite miners is to be held in Scranton Paoon Tuesday next and it is expected that the ex ecutive board will discuss the anthra cite troubles Mr Lewis said that statements had been made in some of the eastern newspapers that he probably would not attend the Scranton convention On the contrary he said I shall be there and shall also be back in Indianapolis in time to meet with the executive board on Thursday Mr Lewis said The tridistrict convention of the anthracite United Mine Workers of America to beheld at Scranton next Tuesday will be the most important convention held in that section of the country in the last three years The convention will adopt a policy to govern the anthra cite mining region after April 1 The anthracite operators are mis taken when they say that the bitumi nous miners dominate the anthracite men since the anthracite workers and they alon Will be represented in thd Scranton convention We ex pect intelligently to meet any issue and fix the responsibility on the op orators for any failure to reach an agreement governing wage conditions in the anthracite mining country Cincinnati Pug Knocked Out Savannah March 20 Stanley Pow ell of Philadelphia disposed bf Tom my McNamera of Cincinnati in the third round of their scheduled ten round bout here by a neat right to the jaw ROBBED ON STREETS Columbus 0 Woman Loses Valuable Gems at Martinsburg W Va Martinsburg W Vaf March 20 Mrs E C Bright of Columbus 0 who is on a visit td here was robbed on the streets of jewels valued at more than S100 Mrs Bright who had been driving dismissed her cabman to find that her handbag containing several diamond pearl and amethyst rings and considerable money had disappear f Ohio College Presidents Meet Columbus 0 March 20At a meeting of presidents and deans of 20 Ohio colleges and universities held here a committee was authorized to bring to the attention of the legislature the desirability of enacting a law seeking to establish a high standard for college degrees Officers of the association as follows were elected President C S Howe president of Case School of Applied Science Cleveland vice president W M Montgomery president Muskingum college NewConcord secretary and treasurer Mary A Swayer dean of the Western College for Women at Oxford Two Bills Become Laws Columbus 0 M uch20The Gil ligan bill to establish municipal lodg ing houses and the Vaughn bill providing for twocent mileage for legis lators became laws without the gov ernors signature Governor Must Pay For life Birmingham Ala March 20A consent verdict fcir2750 against Governor Comer of Alabama for the killing of J D Bites by the govw nors automobile was awarded y c t jd1 Jf 7 r CALL MADE UNI STATE BANKS Secretary of State Bruner Wants to Know Their Condition on IMarch 31st FRANKFORT Ky March 20 In calling upon State banks and trust companies for reports of their condi lion at the close of business on March 31st Secretary of State Ben L Bruner has notified every one of the over four hundred of such institu tions in the State that he will in the future hold them to a strict compliance to the letter of the law governing the conduct of their institu tions and in the matter of making their reports Secretary Bruner says that lIe wishes the banks and trust companies which do business under charter from the State to know that he in tends rigidly to enforce in the future Sections 594 and 596 bothof which have been permitted to be something of a dead letter in the past This means that those banking in stitutions which do not have their rp ports in the Secretarys office within five days after they are called for will be subjected to a fine of 200 as Section 59G specifics- I intend that a mans money shall be just as safe in a State bank or trust company as it is in a national bank said Mr Bruner It was the noncompliance of the officials of the recently wrecked banks in Owens boro and the Western part of the State with these sections which caused the loss of so muchmoney to their depositors said Dr Brun er The Secretary was one of the principal witnesses in some of the Owensboro cases and he was much impressed with the causes of the trouble there It may be that I will call for the condition of the banks on some pastI date as for instance that on the 2nd of May say I called for the condition of State banks and trust COIn pathos This would give the in stitutions until the 7th of May to get their reports into men and being a back date would compel them to keep their books up at all times for exam ination an dnot enable them to make ready in advance for a report- I believe that by forcing strict compliance with the letter of Sections 594 59 and 612 this can be effect ed Wirrchester Banks The banks of Winchester do not come under the criticism of Dr Bruner Both the Winchester Bank and the Peoples State Bank have al ways sent in their report immediately when called for KENTUCKY WSLYANo LECTURE RECITAL Will Be Given Under Auspices of La dies of Methodist Church On April 6 Tile ladies of the M E Church will present for the first time to a Winchester audience the Kentucky Wesleyan LectureRecital Male Quartet Company at the court house Tuesday evening April 6th This will be one ofthe few remaining times that the people will have of hearing Prof Taylor if he leaves the city for coed A crowded house should greet him not only for what he is and has been to Winchester but also for what he can do as a lec turerThis combination is receiving very favorable mention from the different places where it has apocared Already it is receiving calls for more engagements than can be filled The entertainment consists of a lecture by Prof Taylor readings by Prof Dalgety and selections by the male quartet This quartet is composed of Leland Haines Glover Wil hams Walter Larrimer and A I Rosser It is doing splendid work The proceeds of the lecturerecital will be devoted to charitable pur poses by the Methodist ladies It will be a good entertainment given in a good cause and given by good people Come and show your appre eiati n of the cause the people and the occasion Kites for Locusts The Molteno Cape Colony farmers have hit upon a novel plan for dealing with locusts A farmer has Imported some eagle kites for the purpose of scaring locusts from the crops Lights for gas and electricity We have what you want T S BUS- H3l8eodImo Monuments cleaned without injury to the stone by WINCHESTER MON UMENT YORKS3203t J r 4 I ELEGANT 350 COTE PIANO FREE Your Friends Will Help You Get It We at our It be certifiIII III III Line Up Your Friends IIIyourIii A PIANO WORTH OWNING III It at more sociability is description Upright Piano It is a largesize instrument 4 ft 9 in in height 5 ft 2 in in length and weighs boxed ready shipment over materials and workmanship have produced in beautifulThecut as a mirror keyboard is a wealth ivory keys action is elastic responsive piano singing at deep tender capable of producing spectacular musical effects and of yielding solitiest dreamiest melodies It is installed in thousands of the homes conservatores educational tutions in is favorably recommended leading and instrumentsAskANDVLIKEWISE The Winchester Paint Wall Paper Co NORTH IVlAJflSJ STREET l I T 0 FAYETTE CIRCUIT COURT Iluber Manufacturing Co Plaintiff vs Order of sale J C Scobee Defendant By virtue of a judgment entered in the Fayctte Circuit Court in the styled case on March 1 1909 the un dersigned Special Commissioner will il Monday March 22J909 at or the ofnoon in front of the court house door on Main street in the of Winchester Clark ty Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest and bidder on a credit of months the priv to the purchaser to pay the following personal property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs judgment to wit 110523 1 25horscpower straw burner eUg lleNor the usual ap purtenances 1 Huber separator 7062on with folding stacker and belts usual appurtenances 1 Wind stacker No 1881 1 pump and hose 1 Huber selffeeder No 2 jt 1 perfection weigher Dakota style No 54010 160 x 9 x4ply rubber drivebelt 1 1 gallons trucks an dhose complete 1 galvanized iron and trucks complete 1 car trucks The purchaser is required to give the purchase pric payable to the Commissioner with and sufficient security bearing interest time of sale paid Said bond to the force and effect of a judgment upon an execution may issue iy H E ROSS Special Commissioner LAST OF BOURBON 1907 EQUITY CROP SHIPPED PARIS Ky March 20The last consignment hogsheads of the 1907 Equity tobacco allotted- to the American Tobacco Company by the Bourbon county growers been shipped to Louisville leaving only the portion allotted to the independent manufacturers Winchester Monument WorksVa home enterprise ask asliare of business S3r23ty r f with every cash purchase made st6re will easy for III Cote The most The The land well by i1 hour city three belts 796 No tank cook bond from date until have 430 has IID B HAMPTON Press D GOf F VPres IN of of h my no AT The Miss and was the the Rev The was a time tof R P Mr ney a son and a mer near a Mr and Mrs A fj ii ir ot GET FOR YOUR HOME This will more attractivefor for the and for will the the teach the a fine accomplishment the life the son the and mote and fellowship is on in Our Here a short this magnificent measuring for Soo Ibs experienced the easy and a fine full tone once and alike the best and religious the and and men women above about coun best with ilege cash tile with 40x66 wagon and tank 4017 550gallon tank for good crop your as as let some try the We can fix be any you B K O f 1605 Accounts Merchants Solicited Collections on Points CAPITAL SURPLUS I foreign over J clothing be pleased to you call over work fit or Merchant MARRIED LEXINTGTON marriage of Martha Smitha Farney quietly solemnized in of Ham ilton College at Lexington Friday Russell Booker officiating formerly student at Hamilton and is daughter of county Far is of of county is hjmself far Chilesburg The is of NEWS WANT r 0 t t 1ttv 1 t piano yourself the rest of family friends beautify parlor children daughter pleasant to entertain brighten lonely pro Piano Exhi bition Store Window of of genuine has public 550 PUT AWAY You might well to inexperienced man to repairs your satisfactorily Prompt attention will given to business may us with T STROTHER SCOTT CUITIS ITCH CashierIII Clark County Natl Bank ESTABLISHED BEING THE OLDEST THE CITY Farmers and Traders All 35000000 IliTOfull line and domestic woolens Keyess store Would have and look stock All guaranteed sale JOHN ADAMS Tailor Robert parlor bride Smitha Clark GJf Farney Fayette groom grandson John Creed TRY ADVERTISEMENT IT make your home your keep home make home your friends hours good This now finest The insti 7327 which IT make rigs favor BANK Made AND If you have any lettering or otner work to be done in the cemetery see us WINCHESTER MONUMENT 52031 IBUYS AN INTEREST IHaving purchased an interest in Monument Works located at 110 Maple street we will carry in stock such work as is us ually carried by a business of this kindand be prepared to show designs and furnish monuments from the best quarries in the country sand at reasonable prices We will hive competent workmen anti guarantee all work F IL JACKSON ih i j i 7 l h t 4 tifl CLASSfflED COLUMN ClassifiedPer IId Onehalf cent per Word per inser tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged J on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used withione year 4 cents a line FOR RENT 8rooin dwelling bath gas etc 1800 Groom dwelling 1500 Groom dwelling 1250 6room dwelling i 18100 GET- HE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALE OR RENT Two desir able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner of Burns and Beckner W P AZBILL f 2Ulmof FOR SALECheap graph ophone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 1OIf- WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEI still Luild all kinds of wire fence Ii in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN 4 TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541216tf FOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 217tf 6 FOR SALEold papers forsale at this office 216tf WANTEDTo take ordersfor mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tinl bales and rosettes MISS rLtlGY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 College street Home phone 05- 4311lmo FOR SALEEgs from thor kh bred singlecomb White Leghorn Iat 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 315lmo WANTED Refrigerator of good size secondhanded one preferred Apply at this office 34651- WANTEDGrass for 90 sheep E R ALLAN Phone 8683 3152t FOR RENTHouse of eight rooms Phone 655 31521 FOR SALEClover hay good 8 per ton in barn YoJ DICKEY Rural Route Wo 3317r3t FOR SALEEggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H jJH PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 317iino WANTEDYoung man betwe6n 15 and 20 years of good habits de siring to work in or learn the paint ing business Apply FRANK ROY 14 North Main 3173t ijumnkdeaierof old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo WANTEDAt once an energetic boy between the age of 16 and 20 to clerk Apply at this office 3183t FOR SALE Plymouth Rock squabs to eat Fat dainty delicious Try one Call up Home phone 5 W K CUMMING Lexington avenue 3193t FOR RENTone hqusc GEO FOX Home nhone 655 392L FOR SALELadys sIdesaddle 1 Stephens rifle and a lot of iiouse hold furniture cheaptApply at this office 313 it o LOSTOne yearling horse coltbay color and of medium size Return INtot 31716f STRAY COLT Strayed intflvc- ry stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tail and mane JBIRL TURNER 3ritWANTEDA young nmtntileirn insurance business Loafers need not apply Apply box Oi1il chester Ky vS v ftf AI FOR SALE Good orga4ftoM- iss Nannie Sewell 27 AlhWn street phon 204 33t f iI toJ J tn Jtt t j 1 T t o