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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I a r11last Edition 11 VOL 1 NO 136 d WINCHESTER KY MONDAY 22 1909 CEMFS COPY GETS WEfl S TiAPRIL TERM OF FISCAL COURT OperiVltfpnday Morning Only Bus- iness is Appointment of Vv Committees j The Clark Fiscal Court began its April term Monday morning Judge J IT Evans presided and all members of the court and County Attor- neySy A Jeffries were present As this was county court day the only business transacted was the appoint meat of cqminitteeslby Judge Evans The following are the committees appointed White pauper committee Squires Hcnick Dooley and Ramsey Colored pauper committee Squires Goodpaster True and Wills Public building and miseelaneous Squires Richards Dooley and Good paster Committee to fix tax rate Squires Wills Renick and True OLD UNION SCOUT DANGEROUSl Yilt Captain JC Creed is 83 Years of A geSick at Home in the Country Captain J C Creed is reported to be seriously illat his home on the Muddy Creek pike Captain Creed was a scout for the Union armies during the Civil War and rendered distinguished service Owing to his advanced age of 83 years his frionds are fearful of the result SMAll BLAZE ON- GJTREET SUNDAY Hole Burned in Floor of the Resi 7hence of Mr Charles Alexander The fire alarm at 1035 n m Sunday wags caused by a slikht blaze at the residence of Mr Charles Alexander on C street in the west end The property belongs to Mr N T Taylor A bole was burned in the floor Less than10Q will cover the loss RAIDS CRAP GAME Officers Ballard and Azbill raided a crap carriedbon iri a building in Bucktown Satur day nel arrested Jerry Green Char les Gratz Orange Moore and Milt Lowe all colored- CONFEDERATE VETERAN IS SERIOUSLY ILL Reports From Home Indicate the Sick mess of Captain Tod Hall s A Triesr the from the Confederate home af lewee Valley reports the HnlJ1Captainone the most popular men that ever lived in this county In politics he is known as the Harmonize frieneis hope for his reeoeryI r c i LJ i t f f J fcG r c i 1j f i lf 1 t it 6i1 iit 1w z Ni if i 1t r t j i f it THE WINCHESTER NEWS MARCH 2 II A ELEVEN MEN NOW AT WORK rWinchester Ball Team Rapidly Get ting Into Shape at Nashville Tennessee Eleven members of the Winchester- base ball aggregation consisting of Horn Peck Toneyv Chapman Har wood Campbell H Schmidt Catig nani 0 Schmidt McAllister and Ellis in charge of manager Horn began active training on time Nashville Southern League ball grounds in Nashville Tcnu last week i They played one game with the Cumberland University team which went eleven innings resulting in a tie of two to two Toney pitched and struck out fourteen men Manager Horn writes that the boys are fast rounding into form and all will be fit for a fast and furious fig tt for the pennant when they leave Nash ville on April 12th Manager Horn thinks that he had better bring the squad here for a couple of weeks before the season opens so that the boys may get accustomed to the grounds and climate Nashludicnant in the Southern League last year and manager Horn writes that the boys arc feeling fine and getting some good pointers MRS WM HULS RENTS HOUSE OF SEVEN GABLES On Washington Street From Dr M S Browne and Will Take Possession April 1st Mrs William Huts has rented the louse of Seven Gables on Washington street from Dr M S Browne and will tifrke possession on April 1 The house will be conducted us a first fJass boarding house JAMES BRANDENBURG CATCHES WHITE HAWK Onjy One Ever Seen in Captivity in This SectionCaught in Steel Trap Mr James Brandenburg was exhib itingou the streets Saturday a white hawk which he captured at his place about two miles from this city on the Four Mile pike This is the first white hawk even seen in captivity in this section and probably the onlyone in these parts Time hawk has been seon at various times and parties have tried to kill it but without success until Mr Brandenburg succeed ed in capturing it The hawk was caught in a sleel trap Mr Brandenburg noticed it darting down to the ground and went to sec what it was after When he arrived at the place he saw that it hadcaught a young rabbit but had left it when frightened away by his approach He set steel traps around the spot and baited it with the rab bit and it was only a short while until he had caught it Uncle Jack Reid has returned from a two weeks visit to ills sister in Paris IIThe Merchant Who Advertises Is Working For YOU i The nonadvertising merchants of this city do not seek your II patronage your attention or favorso why should you confer them The progressive merchants pays attention to YOU thus deserving to have YOUR attention in return They are oil their metal all the time to secure values for yon that will stand inspectionthat will stand ADVERTISING 3 Forthe fact that he advertises places upon the merchant the necessity to make goodto meet live competitionto so wisely buyas to be able to sell to your profit as well as his own He is placed under a perpetual testand he must emerge always 3 with your increasing friendship He must work fotYOUwith your approval ever in mind He must find bargains for youextra value things for you he must protect you on styles on ualities on prices 3 He is enlisted in your service And the nonadvertising merchant NOT 7 ltC nn nf vwv- ctX t f P xa1 a 4 1ri z2 u 9 r 1 SUNNY DAYS FORFARMERS Sowing of Tobacco Beds Well Ad vance Growing Grain in Good Condition Although there has not been much growing weather during March tin farmers claim thatlthis is best for the crops us it will keep grain from fall ing before ripening as it does whei spring opens up early in the year The grain is looking good for tit time of year and it is the genera opinion that the coming crop will bi one of tie best in years The worl of getting the sheep ready for tIll shearing is now on Bud some of the farmers arc dipping the sheep to cure the scab and to improve the green wool Much work has been done in plow ing anti as soon as the ground is dry enough it will be prepared for planting In a few weeks will come the time to sow hemp and oats It is the opinion of the fathers in general that there will be a large acreage oi hemp corn and tobacco this year The work ofsowing tobacco beds is now well advanced and from the number of beds sown this crop will be a record breaker Many cattle are be cs1ortbcattle will be ready for market by the middle of June and the number this year will run as high as usual RAISE MUCH TOBACCO IN MONTGOMERY CO AIT STERLING Kr7 March 22 A good deal of plowing has been done and many tobacco beds sown Another good week will see all beds lout in Montgomery countv The crop promises to be an unusually heavy one A good deal will be setout right in the city limits there being at least thirty acres broken for tobacco cul ture within the city Growers are optimistic about prices some believing that a large percentage of the crop will be pooled and others predicting that a smaller crop will be housed than that planted One grower has already sold at 10 cents and others have beets offered that figure but have declined to sellwanting 12J centsMost of the Equity tobacco has been shipped and nearly all has boon paid for- Wheat rye and grass arc in good shape and indications point to an early start at grazing Young clover was not injured to any degree by the cold and freezes recently and seems to have an excellent start Hemp breaking continues in all sections and is proving of good qual ity Most of it is being delivered here at a local warehouse to a Psujjis buyer who secured nearly every crop grown in the county There will not be much of it raised this year Gardens are being cleaned and plowedand early vegetation is looked for as the soil is in fine condition for early planting Lambs are coming fast and as the season has been goood most nil were sawed and arcin good strong healthy shape There have been a number sojd at 5Vi cents Examination shows that the fruit is not yet injured and at the present time there is no reason why there should not be a good crop KENTUCKY HORSES ARE IN DEMAND PARIS Ky March 22The de mand for Kentucky bred horses for shipment South and East both for driving and gaited horses is unusually strong G W Jordan of Hawesyillc Gaj was here last week and purchased 20 headof fancy saddle and driving horses at an average of 250 Mr Jordon shipped his consign ment South Friday night Mr Fritz purchased and shipped from Bourbon last week a carload of medium to high grade trotting and drivinghorses for which he paid good prices The shipment was made Sat urday night YoG McClintock shipped Saturday night to the Cincinnati market a mixed car of hogs and cattle the former at 5V2 cents to 0cents per pound Ben F Buckley sold Friday to J C Berryman of Fayette county a pair of 7yearolel mare mules for 425 W G McClintockshipped a carload of mules and horses to the Cincinnati market Saturday night A G Jones of North Middleipwn has bought of pal tie a rand orc111 fora50 Ir v d 5 1 1 JOSEPH PETEOSIKO NEW YORK DETECTIVE SLAIN IN PALER MO SICILY The murder of Joseph Petrosino the noted New York detective by Mafia plotter in Palermo Sicily roused the police of the entire country against Black Hand and Mafia outlaws Wholesale arrests were made in Now York city and the immigration departmental once begun a rigid inquiry into the cases of suspected allensarriviug at Ellis island Petrosino was the one man in this country that the Black Humid Mafia and Camorra desperadoes feared He was sent to Italy Ito arrange with that government for the protection of honest Italians in this country n Unst the blackmailers that prey upon them through threats of death MULES HIGH ON COURL DAY At Farmers and Shippers Stock Yards There Were 400 Cattle On the Market There was a good crowd in town court guy and business did not seem as rushing as it was on February court day Mules were high and thorc were only about 75 tout 100 on the market an dfew had been sold rip At the Faixnicrs arid tillllOOllI Stock Yards about 400 oil tho market Following are the morning sales Jonas Weil bought of Wilmer Berryman 3 steers weight Yeillofcents and 3 hcufers weight 510 pounds at 44 cants W P Trendwuy sold to Chas Scott 4 500u und hoif rs at 4 cents Yorrreudway to Frank Mughler IeICluretie at 412 centsI T3 Treadway to J J Dcnison 10 heifers at 13 per head WE Little bouglit of Judge Taylor one pair mules for 350 W P Ilicatt sold to McOlintock of Paris one pair of mules foi 340 TRUSTEES TO RfNT ROOMS Masons and K of P to Hold Meeting Regarding New Fraternity Buildings A joint meeting of the trustees of the Kof P und Matson Ibdges will be held Moyday to artfajige for the renting of the rooms in them now frater nity building hard ptlieu matters of importance lie linoleum isboingput down on the fourth floor in lha Ip0ge room his week and it is the intention of the lodges to hold the first inoetings in the new building about the first week in April IYV ANOTHER CALL ISSUED STANFORD Ky March 22 Democratic committee qf this judi cial district is called to sheet at Dan ville Tuesday Time ohajntien of all the four cdtm t csXI1j be prey ent y fI ry t tn YO f STOCK YARDS Farmers and Shippers INCORPORATE Articles With Capital Stock of 4810 Articles of incorporation of time Farmers anti Shippers Stook Yards Company were filed in the County Clerks office Monday morning The article states that the object of the incorporation is to carry on a general stock yards business which shall in elude handling taking care of stnb hiulr pasturing buying and selling and deseriptionIany exceed 5000 The following are the names of the ineoiporators and their residence ad dressZado Hodgkin 1fClark enmity S K Hodgkin Clark county Z T Conner Clark county D W Soot Riyotte county W B Wills Clark county Jolt Daniels Clark county J W Pace Clark county JT Cockrell Montgomery county William Little Clark county William C Gaines Clark county J F Horton Clark county William Ilobb Clark county J D Rees Clark county and G W Leiws Clark coun- tyDIVIDES HIS mm fQUAllY Will of Schuyler Blackwell is Filed For Probate Monday Morning Time will of Schwi riJn l wall w4s field for jrdbntc Monday morning Af fur all his debts halve beon paid he requests that his son Dillard be repaid viijeb monies as were expended on him eiuring his illness and aJter that th remainder be divided Oqaatly bctwcem his six children and appoints Dillard Blackwell as executor with out bond LOOKING OVER FINE HORSES- W A McGibbon and FL CKMcIl vajniof Now Yorkand Godfrey Pre cCt of England yisited tile stables mf SUropshire dud ll ttIn k JI1St iweekiboking over ffieip fine Irprsesf r1l I 1 t t WILL THROW OFF YOKE OF TRUSTS Oklahoma Farmers Are to Pool Their Products lan Many Elevators Oklahoma City Okla March 22 Asserting that the time has come for the people of Oklahoma to fight to rid themselves of the socalled trustsf which they assert control time output J of grain and cattle of Oklahoma and make practically their own price an experimental cooperative company known as the Grain and Stock Grow ers association has been organized by a branch of the Farmers union in Oklahoma The headquarters for the new association will be at Enid and J Y Callahan formerly Oklahomas territorial delegate to congress hasJ been elected to head the organization The new enterprise will have the dip rect backing of the Farmers union In opposition to the packers the association will it is stated erect a packing plant To finance the plant the association will accumulate a fund of about 500000 Shares in it will be sold at 1 each and no person may own more than one share In the handling of Oklahoma grain the association proposes to build a co grinshippingsell its grain for export NAVAL CODE PUBLISHED Result of London Conference An nounced by State Department Washington March 22The decla ration of principles regarding the law of maritime war agreed upon by the conference of ten of the principal maritime nations of the world held In London durIng the past winter and known as the maritime conference were made public at the state depart mentProbably the most interesting fea tures from the American standpoint are the declarations regarding what constitutes conditional contraband and what is free of contraband Many of the declarations had not been pre viously made public The principles enunciated in the declaration are to act as a guide for the government of international prize court to be established at The Hague Ohio Chicken Men Incorporate Columbus 0 March 22The Ohio State Poultry association will ha In corporated tomorrow witha nominal capital stock for the purpose of hold ing an annual exhibition of fancy game and breed chickens In this city The incorporators will be W A Hague John Hizer EJ M Campbell Charles F Fisher H B Lark and C L Stiles PARIS STRIKE COLLAPSES Men Sue For Peace and Return to Work This Morning Paris March 22The great strike of the employes of the postoflice de partment which has practically iso lated Paris and cut off Fance from communication with the outside world for the past week collapsed The strike committee decided to call oft the employes and made the first move to effect a settlement virtually suing for peace The government met the committee half way agreeing to all the terms proposed by the strikers except the demand for the resignation of M Simyan undersecretary of postsThis morning the strikers returned to work but it will be some days be fore the congested condition of the postoffice is relieved THE MEAT Of IT Four firemen were injured in a fire which destroyed the Wright wire plant at Worcester Mass Loss 100000 Robbers secured 2000by dynamit ing a bank vault at Coldwater Okla Twentyfive Cincinnati manufactur ers have been arrested for alleged violations of the child labor law Henry C Wheatly confessed wife murderer committed suicide by hang ing himself in the Culpepper Va jailFred Pearce of Boston is under ar rest at Cincinnati charged with at tempting to pass checks to which the name or Congressman Longworth had been signed Marriot Hutchins president of jDr county Mich hoard of ed was buncoed out of 1000 by London Eng sharpers W S Gilbert after a long rest is writing a new opera which will bo fanciful in character and deal with miners were illled In amino explosion near Evansville Ind Governor Harmqn has Vetoed the Woods bill providing d a bipartisan sanddepartments 4 gt Hi i mr i i i fv t Dlr y4 t I l W1 it Sttr TilE W111LTI1E1 J CrraM fl cHI tIllltt awil Trsadart ts a Nt rs zkgt I FATHER LEAVES MONEY IN PARK Kidnapers Fail to Call For Big Raiff som of IOJOOOPolice Mounted Guard 5V Cleveland 0 March 22Mter faila ing in an attempt to negotiate a set tlement for the return of his kidnaped on Willie in a park atgfctabulm P Whitla has returned to his borne in Sharon Pa Whitja was instructed in a letter from the kidnapers to leave IOQ00 in Flatiron park If no detectives were about the kidnapers promised the would secure the money and fie liver the boy safely to the father In a hotel at Ashtabula Whitla depo ited the money as requested hut tHe Ashtabula police learned of time plans to pay the ransom and went totho park The kidnapers are supposed to have seen them for not a man reached the spot at which it had been left Whitla had a score of detectives in this city to start a search for the kid napers as soon as he had safely se cured the boy A conference is being held In Sharon and plans are to be made to attempt to capture the kid- napers with the boy in their possession Whitla believes the failure to effect a settlement with him will frighten the kidnapers and they will not communicate with him again The police of Ashtabula are unwil ling to believe that the kidnapers have left that section of tho country Although Whitla has instructed them to discontinue their search as he believes 1 it is useless they are attempting to find the hiding place of the kid napers WHITLA GOES HOME Disappointed but Not Discouraged Over Fruitless Trip to Cleveland Sharon Pa March 22 Weary and worn and showing in his face the ter- rIble strain under which he has been for the last three days L P Whitla father of Willie Whitla the kidnaped boy returned from a fruitless trip to Cleveland where he expected to find a trace of his missing son Upon what Information the hope was based was not given out but the conference was held at Mr Whitlas office after which Mr Whltla Gilbert B Perkins head of a detective agency in Pittsr burg and B F Ward of a Philadel phia detective agency left Sharon without making their destination known In fact their departure was taken so quietly that it was not even known here that Mr Whitla was in the party But a few hours was sufficient to convince them that all the Cleveland clews were false and sor rowfully they returned to the home of the missing lad where the mother and sister awaited the news of their missionWe know no more now said Mr Whitla on his return home than we did before arid we seem to be no further along with the search than we were last night And yet in spite of all his efforts having been in vain so far Mr Whit la and his family have not given up hope of recovering the boy It Is the general belief here that the abduc tors realizing to what an extent the public Is aroused over the kidnaping will not dare open up correspondence with Mr Whitla at present but hoping that something may divert tho public attention will then communi cate with the father privately and await his assurance that the whole matter will be kept quiet till after the boy has been returned the reward paid and they have had time to get away The terrible anxiety and uncertainty as to their little sons fate has had Its effect on both the parents of the boy The father refuses to sleep at all and he keeps up through sheer will power The mother who will not allow her daughter Salina out of her sight is showing the effects of the rorry and physicians have given or ders that she be not allowed to see any visitors The squad of 23 of the state con stabulary which arrived here under Lieutenant John Van Vorhis Is un dergoing an enforced idlenes Owing to the state laws prohibiting an arm ed body of men from one state entering another the lieutenant will not allow his men to cross the Ohio line without permission He does not read ognize the authority given by Judge B M Wilkins and is awaiting authority from Governor Harmon of Ohio In the meantime the men are chafing under their InacthityoJ Moves Against Lynchers f Elkins W Va March 22 stiare being taken by Commonwealth Attorney Klump to puniak the Beia implicated in the lyncM ag oil JwJef Brqfirn Klump weal to Wfrftwer tW scene of the lynching to start a tMorv bugh Invcctigatibfl It is felteYftd Rstbyif g y ryr i if 1 r Jio s F t Y- It ar r rI I Ij4 r J 0 II I t tf 4 C 7J 4 j t tc c h + I = i 15 10 T co J t z4 V M 1117 1n V f t r t1 rrr T i 4 E WIMft EneiEW i r it 1 iJfI r I fEiiictsm NEWS t nIWQIPII J JXttLt Co t Incorporatedc steet okKtMY Kentucky P4r SUntay J Tnjriijjgiifl as vecoatLclass platter M Jstomee1rilit oi rel13J 1 79n j f illflCRlPTiOM RATES i Carrlr PVIrY t JTeal 520 b 10 at oce or to collector ttiikf Mall Diilviry X1 300e if iiI iL50e+ ii e 25 r 1 inadance 4fERTlSING RATES bSP 1 PtlncH tW fny edition 25 I tis1 within one week 50 ytt i continuously LO- U1hdir month 300 ir iicB four times a week 240 flw jiijcs three times a week 180 t fjyx two tunes a week 120 rj 8 one time a week 75 f jcbunte 3 months 10 YlniontsJ 25 per cent perI i3 l3 pet cent Biidfriji NotiesPerL1nen- oticesMb1 M body type 7e ffmre rekiiling news headings 15- ilph f Phones No 9l MdfipAYMARCH 22 1909 t A STRIKING CONTRAST vlittle 6ver twelve years ago Grov ferCleveand retired irom the presi djbiicy of Jfhe United States probab Ilie hestfjiated man in America He iVhad own party and was re organizaWBe tVtfier day on the anniversary o iiis1 birthday two great memorial meIingerehe1dm N wYork City Atjtbne ofthem addresses were made jJktllgiRublican President of the tlmted States arid the Democratic C1fJ1e of the United States Su pine C9 irt At th6 other addresses yere rti4 e bV eminent Democrats rind byVthe SbpubUcan governor of New YprkandaRepublican United States jtSenator zrom the Empire State he pdpular verdict of 1897 has been vrevSrsed Among thoughtful eh dr411 parties Grover Cleveland hibetiAwarded a place among the 4 judgite fina judgment Qf history Mr Cleveland held tenaciously to qflTfasijoued notions about the pow QB dignity and responsibility of his ojfccp Jje belie veU that it is a sol tIDP Ihiiig to be President of the Wtfti Stateso He had no gift of public brawling or sensational p1e ink ot class agitation He had s4lgenius for acclaim and self fat ot Whit he believed he oiiiito 4 pas President of the Unite Slates he did Whether it was fol lowfH1 by applausQ or condemnation ent his way doing his duty as liw It und mending his mIStakes apfHsB 1coild Dreading rib blame aiMjlebkihg no adulation Th 1897 1t would have seemed im j1ble hafin tweic years Demq crp and Republicans alike would b- eteyint6 Grover Clevelands mor al and political greatness1 hut his tqj plays many pranks with qonlem pdtilryliiitlgm itslana the Cleveland yesterdaySeft1r3 Htii oWn tesson t THE oMM RCIAL CLUB i ign of the Commerciil ctIfoc this years membership is- jetthiguhder way The committee in iiirg is Maturing their plans It il to belioped tHrffMhe response will be evfet iribre cordial and universal tK litsIlatctrear I n1Je 1 li 8 done uehor WTn tiNKter It UMI continue its good- tt r1i i iflnext fw years 1ne rjiicirbiiiss In the citys 4rr W h8k17 is bound to grow- ithecity1neverC grew before if prop eih kar s are taken Whr nowthcbotadtcr- ti l tyr I thc S t An illstr r r I 1Ct j tltihi 5S i tion ofAatis seen In a remark made by one of the delegates at the recent Head Camp meeting heieThy he saidhad heard so much of Win chester that I thought it must be about the size of Cincinnati lloidi they stir up 56 much fuss 7 And we mutcontinic to stir up that fuss if we expect to take our proper place in tke onwardmarejfi pf progress and development THE ROAD AMENDMENT The following is the proposed amendment 16 the constitution that will bu voted on thjsd all The credit of the Commonwealth may be given pledged or loaned to any county of the Commomveiilthlorj public road purposes and any county may be permitted to incur on in Bythecentury of the value of the taxable property therein for public road purposes in said county provided said additional indebtedness is sub mitted to the voters of the county for their ratification 1 or rejection at a special election held for said pUt pose in such manner as may be pro vided by law and when any such indebtedness is incurred by any coun ty said county may levy in addition to the tax rate allowed under section 157 of the Coz titution of Kentucky an amount not exceeding twenty cents on the hundred dollars of the assessed valuation of said county foi the purpose of payiugthc interest on said indebtedness and providing a sinking fund for the payment of said indebtedness TRADE AT HOME youintCJldplans have you to aid in the growth prosperityGrass 1 In what way can you aid most to bring prosperity in which you and every other citizen will share These are questions that well asked of every citizen of and of Central Kentucky LexingtonI Many of our readers differentPlansjas ers can do to be of the greatest ser vice in building up this section There is one thing which every citizen oi this section can do which willaid most in iJerc duIeutthe Blue Grass That is to spend every dollar they spend as far as is possible with home merchants for home products and where it is impossible to secure home products still to buy from home mer chants that the retailers profit ma remain jn the Blue Grass There are many products which are produced or manufactured in the Blue Grass equal or superior to those produced or manufactured anywhere else which are not purchased by the people of the Blue Grass so generally neIcesmalls and engines paint and chewing and smoking tobacco and cigars and whiskey arc a few of the different produces which are manufactured in purIIchases Blue1Grassarc made here and under all circumstances every citizen ought to pat ronize his home merchants The columns of the daily papers of Lexington are full of the advertise ments of merchants who carry stocks equal in quality and in many cases in quantity to those carried by the stores in the cities selling for prices as low or lower than are asked in the cities The columns of the weekly papers published in neighboring towns arc full of advertisements of local merchants Every citizen ought to purchase everything that he can se cure from his home merchant and if he cannot secure that which he wishes there to patronize the merchants of that town nearest to him If each man and woman in the Blue Grass will follow this principle for one year it will make such a differ regionthatstomTheLeington ChangeiI said prayfergwiife t rgtt down on whats lefVer my poor knees an ax de good Lawd ter make me rlcht J reckon datll be a Ws surprise ter de angels ez dey Mttt lopldn fer dat rum mebut Igwine ter qualify it ez you may say by axin de Lawd ter make me rich an hurnlileAtlhta Constitution rrashy ldl5ncIetEbentim music jn onV o1 deslierc talkiri goesIIIwhem it comefoutH Wmihinttoa Star l 4LS r f i PAYNE STARTS TALKDNTARIFFI- lonse Begins Serious Work 1f Revision i NO LIMIT TO DEBATE Champ Clark to Make Second Speech and Will Oppose MeasureN Ree publican Members Have Announced Intention to Speak andVotlng Stage Expected to Be Reached In Two WeeksSenate Will Tackle Census Bill During Present Week Washington March 22rthe house Representatives this week begins the serious consideration of the busl ness for which the session of con gress was called the revision of the tariff The Payne bill which has only been read in the house will today be laid before that body for discussion and Chairman Payne of the committee on ways and means will make the first argument in support of it This will be the beginning of the general debateon the bill and it is expected this order will proceed for several days Mr Clark the minority leader will follow Mr Payne with the first speech in opposition and these twp representative members will in be followed by other members of their respective parties until all whoso desire shall have spoken So far Messrs Underwood Origgs ind Ransdell of the Democratic side iave given notice that they de ire to be beard but no such notice has been received from any Republican mem ber except Mr Payne Mr Dalzell has frequently stated that he Avould not make a set speech on inc bill It is not expected that the general discussion of the measure will be pro longed and on this account Mr Payne thinks it will be unnecessary to bring in a rule for its limitation Apparently he Is not so hopeful regarding the consideration of the bill for amondments When this order is reached the provisions will be dis cussed in speeches of not more than five minutes duration but there will vbe so many suggestions that unless a limit is fixed the debate could be ex tended indefinitely So far nothing has been said as to the program for this limitation gut it is considered in ovitableSIt Is the Intention of the Democrats to offer innumerable amendments and It is understood that many Republi cans will also suggest changes In all probability therefore after the fiveminute speeches shall have con tinned for a reasonable length of time an order will be introduced fix ing a time for the final vote It is not believed however that the voting stage will be reached within less time than two weeks hence The senate will probably consider and pass the census bill during the Week but it is not believed the meas use will be discussed at any length The disposition in the senate is to accept the bill as it passed the house That measure eliminated the noncompetitive feature of the bill which was objectionable to President Roosevelt and which it is understood was equal ly so to Mr Taft and it is believed the senate will follow the example of the house in not again raising the question YOUNG MAN DEAD AS RESULT OF HAZING While County Indiana School In State of Anarchy Indianapolis Ind March 22The authorities of White county have learned that a youth named Charles Stintson is dead as a result of hazing by fellow students at the White school who it is alleged strung him up by the ankles to k sapling near the school building and left turn hang- Ing so long that he died a few hours after he was taken down Several teachers of the White school have peen driven away by the unruly students A few days ago new teacher was employed that was more determined than his predeces Mrs and he whipped the rebellious young men They blamed Stintson for their humiliation It is said tbat arrests will follow Scientist Touches Live Wire Pasadena Cal March 22Whlle working in the Carnegie solar observatory Dr Henry Gordon Gale a University of Chicago scientist came In contact with live wires from the transformer and was hurled to the floor Dr Gale was found shortly after the accident He was removed to the hospital where it was found he had been severely burned about the hipa and lower parts of his body Machine Shops Burn New Brunswick NjVJMarch 221 Fire fanned by x l1iga Tvind spread from one bnildiig te another of the Herman Broesel machine shops here until all six of them had been burned causing a low of 100000 t IL NEw tANmDAJE FUR GOVERNOR Allie Young of HoVehead Said to to Want Democratic Nomination FRANKFORT Ky Mardi 22 Democratic politicians who think they arc very much onthc inside of the organization as it exists nowa days in Kentucky and who look upon Congressmen Ben Johnson of the Fourth distretwsley Stanley of the Second district and Big Ohio James of the First district as the three from among whom it will se lect the next candidate for the party for Governor of Kentucky had better wake up an dbegin to look about them i A junketing party to the West has recently been ananged by certain men at present influential in the par ty organization and it would be well for the knowing ones to keep their weather eye upon them and if possi ble get on the real inside of the party organizations In this party whose itinerary is rather indefinite arc State Chairman Henry It Prewiltjt of Mt Sterling John II Wlmllen of Jjomsville and Judge Allie W Young of Morchcad How it All Looks The purpose is plain though there are many who win not see Judge Young wants to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor and both of the men who are to decide whether it is advisable that he run arc among his closest friends and political advisers In fact he not only wants to run but he has well nigh made up his mind that he is the available man for the place How He Stands While known to time liberals of the State as a liberal man Judge Young has a record tUiii his friends say is held byno qfhcrOirquit Judge in the mountain cpiinliy where blind tigers flourish like land patents on somebodys else land Throughout his district the tpmpcrancc laws are strictly observed ami there is said to be not a tigerin the brush Summing up iisituation from the viewpoint of thop who are partial to Judge Young he will have behind him in a race for ternocratic nomination the influence the State Chairman and the coinmittceincn from his see tion Also the influence of the Lou isville organization or that portion of it controlled by Wlmllcn coupled with the argument against Ben Johnson whom other knowing leaders are boosting just at present that Nelson county should not so soon be asking that another Governor be given it and lastly that the eastern section of the State is entitled to consideration in matter of time Gubernatorial nomination especially when it pre sents a man of time force ofcharac her of Young the hurricane Route Hes tong wanted to leave the couu ry says a I3ihlvillc exchange but he aever could afford the railroad fare JUt just as he had given up all hope t hurricane came along and gave him and his house free transportation It was providential and he pulled through at last4AtJnta Constitu tion r Practical Labor George spoke his better halt you are interested in the temperance movements are you not Why certainly I am he answered Well suppose you go out and make a few of them with the pump handle I am in need of a pail of water right away BohemianS Rainbws The rainbow is caused by the raye of sunlight breaking up into their seven colors when they strike the fall lng r ludrops The observer must be between the sun and the rain to see the rainbow When there Is a double rainbow the jnner one is the primary and theN outer one which Is the fainte- rs the secondary ona- Poultryin India Poultry Is of very poor quality In India One American egg is considered equal to three of those laidby the hens in Hindustan and Chickens only a few weelis old are almost too tough to be eaten A few turkeys are raised by Europeans in the foothills of the Himalayas At Christmas time they sell in Calcutta for from 5 to 10 apiece Rell ffor Cough To prevent a dry tickling cough when lying down rub the nostrils well with vaselinq or any pure grease It will save tho patient much annoy ance and broken rest MDout Gossiping beinggossipSiald day W1teamy husband and two or three male friends get together no mans reputation Is afeDetroit Free Frew SUBSCRIBE FOR THE pEws v r Tri i Vfv i cv 1 FIRsT BASE HARD POSITION TO FILL PIRATES HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO FIND SATISFACTORY SUCCESSOR TO BRANSFIELD SEVERAL PLAYERS TRIED OUT Eight Men Have Held Down Initial During Past FOUIJ Seasons and New Man Will Be Given Chance This YearAmerican League Teams Have Also Made Numerous Changes Since the Plttsburg club made a present of Kitty Bransfield to the re organized Philadelphia club Barney Dreyfuss has practically been without a firstclass first sacker although he has tried out eight men in that posi tion and it is more than probable that It was the presence of either a weak sticker or fielder on the initial sack that caused the Pirates to lose out in the grueling race for the National League pennant and the right to play tIle Detroit Tigers for the worlds series last season When Pittsburg first disposed of Bransfield who had been a member of the Pirate championship organiza tion Clancy Howard and Hillebrand were tried out at first Howard who took part in 90 games and who is now a star utility man on the Cubs did the best work but in comparison with Bransfield his best was not considered good enough In Nealon the Califor nian who was secured the following season it was thought that the va cancy had been well filled Nealon looked like a world beater for a time and lasted throughout the season of 1906 He fell off in his playing in 1907 though and Swancina and Storko were given a chance to show what they could do Then Nealon became homesick for the Golden Gate and remained in the yest That left it to Swancina to fill the bill last season but he proved unequal to the task In fact he was not good enough for Louisville to whom he was sold After Swancina was disposed of Storke Kane and Gill were utilized at the first sack That none of the trio did his work In a manner to sujt Dreyfuss is shown by time fact that Absteln the Providence first baseman is sfated for the job for this year Gill had a perfect fielding average but batted only 224 Thus in four seasons the Pirates have experimented with more first basemen than any of the American league clubs has in six years seven being the American league record for first basemen since the league has been composed as at present Cleveland and Washington are the eaders each having had seven men on the initial sack exclusive of men who have been shifted to that position for a few games as the result of acci dents which necessitated a shift Cleveland had Hickman Schwartz Carr and Stovall in 1904 Stovall and Rossman in 1906 Stovall and Lister in 1907 and Stovall Hickman and Hinchman in 1908 the last two only being sent to first on account of in juries to Stovall Washington started off with Bill Clarke and Carey in 19p3 while Jake Stahl and Clarke turned the trick in 1904 Since then Hickman Altizer Anderson Blankenship and Freeman have worked on the first cushion for the Nationals Ganzel Anderson Chase Moriarity and Stahl have been the New York first base guardians while Detroit has been forced to call on Carr Hickman Beville Crawiord Lindsay and Ross man Isbell Dolan Donohue and An derson have been the only ones that Chicago has been called upon to use while St Louis has been content with Anderson Tom Jones Sugden and Davis is practically the only regular first baseman the Athletics have had since they entered the league Seybold subbed for 16 gamest in 1903 while Mullih played 26 games there in 1904 Shreck and Powers have also subbed there a little but Davis has been the only regular Five first basemen have been found necessary for Boston La Chance served there in 1903 and 1904 while Grimshaw and Buck Freeman wgr e the regulars during the next two years Unglaub and Grimshaw turned the trick in 1907 while Stahl and Ung laub looked after the first cushion for the Red Sox during the season of point of service the American league first basemen rank this way Davis Jones Stovall Donohue Stahl Chase Rossman and Freeman Western League Adopts Schedule The Western Baseball league has adopted its playing schedule for the coming season There will be 154 games and the season will open April 29 and close September 28 For the opening games Topeka will be at Lin coIn Omaha at Denver Des Moines at Pueblo Sioux City at Wichita Doubleheader holiday games are dis- trIbuted as follows May 31 Memorial dayOmaha at Sioux Sity Lincoln at Des Moines Wichita at Denver Topeka at Pueblo July 5 Omaha at Denver Pueblo at Des Moines Sioux City at Wichita Topeka at Lincoln September 6 Labor day Denver atOm a Pueblo at Des Jfofees Wichita at Sioux City Topeka at Lin coIn Sioux City is fo close the season at Omah Lincoln at Des Moines Denver a Toneka and PueVk at Wichita I r T J J To Advertise Enough Is z t 1 Not Always Possible But i s Sterne Progress in That T f C Direction May Be Made c iii 4J tf Eitough advertising would give your business tdIt If therefore you COULD advertise i your prosperityproblem vould be quicfily it solved k What you CANDO NOW is to reach out in the e direction of adequacy in your advertising sacri ithiJthings SPRING TIME AN- DSHOE TIME As the tree sends forth their budding branches we prepare to serve your Spring shoe wants We pride ourselves on our excellent selection of pumps and oxfords from the farfamed Eastern factories Styles to suit all feet all eyes and all purses HAVE YOU SEEN OUR WINDOWS SiSO TO 400McCord Smith Phillips Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 142000 I WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Will give youcoutteous treatment and attend promptly and rar fullvto all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres I T F Phillips V Pres BYALLODDSATBMTrS is the best place to get the Largest Value for Your Money in Well Made PHotograpHs Old Pictures Enlarged at Spec ial Rates for This Season Everything ill Picture making and Made Just Right Gallery Work Home Pictures an d House Views City or County By BARRETT 22 No Main St WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest anti besf institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal Dreadful PossibilityI One day small Elmer observed five funerals pass the house After the last one had passed he said Mamma if we donthurry up and die heaven will be so crowded we cant get In SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS NEAR DEATii IN BIG POND It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Sopor to face death1or years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said r was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Spre Imngs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough awl all Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Gnarapr eedbjr Phillips pucQThpr I i j AH Hampton J W Poynter CashiIA MATTER OF ECONOMY A plethoric stocking baskctis n neverending problem to tiiuma1i boys mother and one vhiii lhif the few appended Hints do iioUgole at least may help to simplify A good plan to strengthen the knees und heels of childrens stockings is by darning them for some distancc on the wrong side before they are worn Stockings often go into holes quickly because they arc too small If they arc too large they make the feet tender produce corns an raise bbs ters Cheap black stockingst re neither safe nor economical They arc easily worn ilto holes and the cheap dye may cause blood poison jug Thin places should bc darned with worsted while a hoIc which would require hours toaatnill khe usual way may be mended by trijjk ing a piece of heavy net across it4iiud then running threads Iwpkwnrfl tand wparthemNever wash stockings in soda wa ter Use mgclcrately warm water for both washing and rinsing Have the soap dissolved in time Water dejnt rub it on the stockings Rinse in bicezelandSilk should be w iicd tpPEinsethCJit well and dldLhitoSdry Afterward stretch Ucm ia shape I C IT SAVED HIS LfeGT I ICAU Iebwrites J A Swcnson ivYk7eriown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure haxl jaC last laid me up7 Then Buckkas jfrntca Salve cured it sound aiulViretL IM fallible for Skin Eruptions Eezetaa Salt Elieum lils Fever Sores Burnsj Scalds Cuts and Jittfc 25c tuip Prw Stft 1j i si t f IJr4 S 5 THE WIMCHESTEff HEWS X k i t Z F r NEWS OF NEWNESS Just received large assortment of the newest novelties inIJewelery Not only are the goods new but so are the designs and patterns We extend a broad invitation toall to visit its not I necessarily to buy you know but to See We like to havea chance to show our goods andit isnt possibleto do this in an ad So call j I C h BOWEN n I I Salomes Status I should like to know what mor altiy really isRichard Strauss Its hard to answer that Indeed Morality depends on creed And what it is to some extent Is measured by the sentiment Which may prevail for there are rules Propounded by all sorts of schools Therefore to say just what it is No one may claim the right as his But what it isnt that is clear And one may say without much fear N Of contradiction over here That this unchecked Salome child Of Richard Strauss and Oscar Wilde Is vicious to the last degree And thatis not morality The music Ah the master thought Thatfashioned it is geniuswrought High given though it be and strong To move the soul by chord and song It lends itself to things unfit Salome has corupted it W J Lampton Mr Lampton very cleverly makes adjoint about a much discuEsed subject Morality may indeed be hard to define but it is very clear what itis not An event of interest to many of our readers will be the marriage of Miss Sadie Carter and Dr Condit B Van Arsdale both of flarrodsburg to take place April 14th Mr William A Buckner of Memphis Tenn will be the best man Di Van Srsdale graduated here seve ral years ago from K W C and made hany friends here and is quite well remembered I The Little Colonel Readers had a most delightful and interesting meeting Saturday afternoon with MissTrances Pendleton at her home on College street After the usual program a most delicious and refreshing lunch was served Those present were Misses Julia Gaitskill Myrtle Spencer Emma Johnson Louise HelenaFord Ada Lee Boone Ida Walden Mr Edwin T Smith entertained Miss Florence Sympson Dr Howard Lyon and Miss Jane Gaitskill Ferndell Foods Huylers Candies Jeweler and Optician1 SOCIETYMr Austin Reeves and Miss Marga ret McKinley in his usual charm insrwayr with a dinner at the BrownProctoria Hotel on Sunday evening Cooking Club The Girls Cooking Club had a delightful meeting with Miss May me Scrivener on afterSnoon The girls gave a an at the completion of this many games were played to close the af ternoon and a very delightful and enjoyable one it was A dainty bandy these young ladies was served Those present were Misses Marie and Gertrude Bloomfield Vir ginia Baldwin Mary Frances Og den Dorothy Porter Elizabeth Stewart Ora Gaines Allen Katherine Earp Catherine Hughes Rosa lind Stevenson Fannie Combs Scott Elizabeth Beckner Mrs John Clelland entertains a few friends at cards this evenin g i compliment to Miss Sara Peak of Louisville the g uest of Miss Allan Ciutcher One of the most enjoyable affairs of the last few weeks was the FortY Two arty given by Mrs Henry Ramsey on Saturday atfernoon at her beautiful home on Hickman street The afternoon was ideal The house was attractively decorated in the early spring flowers The hall was artistically adorned in jonquils in a very pleasing manner The drawing room wa especially attractive with the festooning of asparagus ferns over the chandeliers window hangings and strewn in a most graceful way over the mantle The dining room with its sparkling cut glass and silver was especially beautiful with it decortionsof yellow and preen a mingling of beautiful jonquils an fernsMrs C E Lyddane Mrs Sam Jeffries and Misses Lucy Hart Elizabeth Bodgkin and Mary Elkin Hart sisted the hostess in entertaining Many exqusite gowns added beauty to the scene Mrs beautifully gowned receivedher guests in the hall with that modest grace and cor diality FO characterisfic of her Phenominal offered on Seed Prices 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 L ourGardenry the best to be had grades Do nbt be misled by cheaper and inferior Remember Our Prices ARE RIGHT RmWRounsavall S Go SOLE AGENTS Pure IPricesiBOTH PHONES No 40 I t r 7i i 1 4y i t l LLYSyYS l r v y f r Tb3 dainty anddeliciousluncheon of cream and Btrayrberree the fir rt of the season coffee and sandwiched and confections was served in two courses at the ten small tables Music throughout the afternoon added much pleasure for the guests PERSONALS Mr C E Lyddane is improving Mr W T Ogden returned Sunday night from a business trip to Indi anapolis Ind Mr Ol E Bush of Lexington is in town today mingling with friendsMiss Clay Groxton has returned from an extended visit with friends in ParisMrs Jesse Turney of Paris was the guest of Mrs J Ed Gaitskill for a short while Saturday Mrs J B Creed and two children Lexington are visiting relatives here Mr Creed came up awl spent Sunday s Mr rrank Haggard has returned from Pittsburg Penn where he has visited Mr and Mrs Alvin C Coch ran Miss Georgia Boston has returned from a visit to friends in Paris Mrs Charles Duty of Mt Star lug spent Saturday and Sunday hereMrs John Gilkey and son Marl on of North Middletown spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mrs John McClure and Miss Elizabeth SKill manMrs James Henry Scott is seri ously ill- Tho many friends of Mrs E C Thompson are glad to know that she is improving rapidly Mr Harvey Rogers is much better speednrecoveryMiss spent Sunday in Lex ington the guest of rflends Mr Outten spent Sunday in Ver sailles with friends Mrs Bettie Anderson was called to Georgetown Saturday afternoon by the serious illness of Miss Anna Mae Shropshire Mrs John Pace will be able to be out in a few days Mrs Sty Swift is improving- Mr Harry Tanner is somewhat better Mrs Mary Cook is able to be outs after a few weeks illn eRS Mr W E Singleton spent Sunday af homo from Corbin Mrs W B Hodgkin has been for the past few days Mrs Ibzan Powell is ill Mrs Ernest Goodpaster who has been quite ill is convalescent Miss Ethel Azbill is ill of append dicitisMr W J Burke whose were hurt so badly recently that i was thought amputation would be necessary is now improving and the operation will not be required Mr Coleman Harris of Lexington came up Saturday night to seen Sunday with Mr and Mrs Powell Messrs Edgar Turley and John Arnold of Richmond were guest here Saturday Miss Elizabeth Mann of Paris IF the guest of friends here Mrs Prewitt Harris has returne- from a visit to Lexington Mrs Harry Strother was in Lexington today to attend Polly of the CircusM Garrison of Brooklyn N Y spent Sunday here the guest of friendsand left this morning for GeorgetownR of Lexington was in townyesterday Mrs Broadhead is spending a few days at the BrownProctoria HotelI OPERA HOUSE Lena Rivers The sale of scats for the presenta tion of Lena Riffs at the opera house Tuesday matinee and ccning promises to break all local records This deduction is drawn from tli number of inquiries which have been made regarding th3 play It would seem as if every one had read Mary J Holmes Lena Rivers and de cided to see the play taken from be tween its covers Consequently the interest taken in the coming of th play is out of the ordinary The comedy is said to be the best seen by the public this season Since its production it has been praised as the best dramatization made in years and it produces in a marvelous fateful way all the principal scenes chara- ters and incidents of the book Y of its scenes are described asyex c ticiatin fug The wlroundA 0 x i yd aI THEIPIUMCURSEREACHING WHITE RACES OF WORLD Victims of the Seductive Drug Not Alone Found In the Flowery KingdomAn Alarming Condition While China is endeavoring to rid herself of the curse of opium the white races of the other parts of the world are falling under its seductive- spell Figures prove this and thos who arein close touch with the Chi nese populations of our cities know i by observation The Chinaman smokeless opium than he used to do an the population of the Chinese quarters Is dwindling so that there are yellow men to convert into pungen smoke the product of the poppy On hundred and fifty thousand pounds o smoking opium were imported fnt the United States last year and th small Chinese population in this country consumed nothing like tha amount Where did it go The only possible answer to tha question is that the white men an women who are becoming to this terrible habit consumed the drug and the realization of this fact is the reason for this country combin ing with the countries of the world to discuss ways and meansof stamping out an evil that threatens dire consequences to the nation The important question will be cussed at Shanghai China the Fehr- sentatives from this country being Bishop Brent Dr Hamilton Wright an authority on tropical diseases and Dr C D Tennoy the interpreter o the American legation at Peking th Chinese capital Originally the Intention was to dis cuss some means of regulating the Importation of this drug because of its generally evil effects It was no 1A Fair Slave of the Drug realized at that time that the very affectesd When the figures were brought to light by the Americans appointed to meet the foreign delegates at Shanghai and it was seen that this was not meettfriendly conference assumed very dIr ferent proportions and now some step will be taken to strike at the root of the deadly poppy plant and keep i excepdmeat The opium Is smuggled across the border from Canada it is brought here from India as well as China and it is a thriving and increasing industry despite the fact that the act of 1887 forbids the importation of forbidds ican citizens One hundred and fifty thousand pounds of opium imported to this country in one year proves that the law is more honored in the breach than the observance The British government watching the Chinese experiment with some suspicion but willing to cooperate in any honesteffortat reformation prom ised to restrict by onetenth each year for three years the amount of opiu exported from India If at the end o that time it appears that the Chinese are making genuine efforts to stamp out the curse then the British au thorities promise still further restrictions on the exportation If these two producing nations play fairly with each other and are sincere in their determination to root out the evil then ten years should be the limit to the time when the opium Imp will beat liberty to rampage around and destroy men and women eJews Strong In New York In New York city alone there are more than 900000 Jews making the metropolis of America the greatest Jewish center in the world The prop erty holdings of the Jews in New York exceed 900000000 in the single rte of real estate their wholesale trade is rated at 1000000000 per annum and with few exceptions all the b3 department stores are controlled b the Jewsand yet they are not the money power in New York which the are popularly supposed to beWall Street Journal cMore to Be Desired Brown is trying to invent a no refillable bottled v Hed do better if hq could anon bre kabl willr1Detroit Free Press xTy 1r J t f 1iA r i CUE EXPATS MEE- TTournament For 182 Championship Title Begins Tonight New York March 22Seven of the worlds greatest billiard players will begin tonight a two weeks tournament for the championship title at the eighteeninch balk line game two shots in Six of the men are Ameri cans and the seventh is Louis Cure the leading player of France Among the contestants is almost every welj known American professional billiard 1st except Willie Hoppe and Jake Schaefer Willie Hoppe decided not to enter the tournament because of differences with the company in Schaeeplayt atdcently lost the 181 title to Slosson amateurt andftonighteapiecet EXPELdOHIO MEMBER Flumerfelt Accepted Office From BoardeColumbus 0 March 22At the pareGeorge Flumerfelt of Fostoria as ordered by the state committee was af firmed Flumerfelt accepted an ap Fosttoria This was a departure from the Socialistic rule that no member of the party shall accept a political office unless elected thereto by Socialists Flumerfelt defended his action on the floor and declared he was under no obligation to do anything derogatory to the party It was charged how ever that the only reason the place was given to him was because oneof the capitalistic parties expected him to turn over Socialistic votes to it The Socialists decided to make Columbus permanent state headquarters and to create the position of state chairman Nominations for a state executive committee were made as follows the names to be submitted to a referendum J G Willert Cleveland Frank Midney Dayton W J Millard Cincinnati D J Farrell Dayton C H Bristol Byesville T J Devine Toledo C E Wharton Ken ton Aiba Ely Columbus George A Stark Lorain A L Hallenbaugh FostoriaCharges against State Secretary Willert of Cleveland are to be refer red to the state chairman who is to report an investigation committee of three to look into them CALL IS ISSUED Transmississippl Commercial Con gress to Meet In Denver Aug 16 SecretaryfArthur F Francis of the transmissis 5sippi commercial congress nas Issued the official call for the twentieth ant nual session of that association to bet held in Denver Aug 16 to 21 inclu save of this year Added interest at taches to the meeting this year the fact that President Taft will be present and take part in the proceedings A large attendance of representa tives of the LatinAmerican countries is also expected in the interest of the movement for closer commercial re lations between this country and the republics of South and Central Amer ica and Mexico POWERS TAKE A HAND Invite Servia to Declare Question of Annexation Settled Belgrade March 22iPeace Is regarded as assured It was semi officially stated that the powers today questionfzegovina settled and to disarm and discharge its reservists Further more it is said that the Servian gov ernment will accede to this request thus opening the way for direct nego tiations between AustriaHungary and Servia for a commercial agreement Austria Delays Note Vienna March 22The Austro Hungarian government has decided to postpone sending its note in reply to Servia in order to enable the powers to intervene at Belgrade Baron von Ahrenthal the foreign minister ac cording to the Neues Wiener Tage blatt has expressed the belief that war will be averted Coopers Out on Bail 22Pendlugonel Duncan B Cooper and Robin J degreeyator Carmack are out on bail in the 1sum of 25000 each- Organist Drops Dead St Louis March 22tlrs Georgia Wheeler organist at the Gibson droppednas organ lAS soon as it was discovered thatjife was extinct the congregation was dis missed 1 II t r L v fTJZ i Z 1i i o3i b r 1 R o i 7 t t t i d yc c iv L- 1c ca T i T X tct t h f peISI ARTIS eX TuRNBULL t 1 Newest Styles ate Herc IT iI9re Wool Silka dLme tats- or the most faste sous s Pretty House ami Evening Gown Latest Spring Dress Goods I and SIlks 1i RTIS TtJRNBULL and as we do we are able to very with fine We Give S H Green No Heed Paid to Begging Letters As nearly as can be ascertained the wealthy persons of New city receive 35000 begging letters a day from strangers and the writers stand a better chance of finding money than in getting from for even the most liberal of do not dispense their charity excepting ac cording to careful plans and after in- v stlgatfon THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in tho red face hands and body of the little son of H M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and barred the best doctors who said the pois oned blood affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writ es his mother seven bottles of Elec trio completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Only 50c Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company Is Sure A man kin allus fix up argument to quiet his conscience said EbcBbnt taint no use No matte how much you turns de clock back sundown gInter c njH deaanle- rJ I t jt 4 f i 1 t t t1i M 111fr r THE and variety represented in our present stock of Furniture claim the attention consideration of all- FURNITURE BUYERS Buying in large quantities quote the lowest prices consistent quality The Winn Furniture Co Trading Stamps York them philanthropists had Bitters Salt Sundown TJncl 1r ELEGANCE GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with nice Waiting Room for ladi- esHaganChas 9 Winchester Ky orner of Broadway and Highland W S DOLPHINTAILOR SHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed 6 Reftirii i We do French Clearing end hMTMtee Satisfactten Ladles Party tresses a SfrecWty Give Us a Trial and we do the rest All t called for and delivered 24 W Court St Home Phone 645 Winchester Ky Miritfl Trwfer aid lee c Cr aIi Fwy uMflBlbMRS JIt Mr State SIsi GPs rr Tl r t fJllt rt tC r 1 fi i 1 w i i j t 1 b I MeFRs f r 1 h TTII icwr NEW T L f J fJ II gII 1NfINIT4 ef I DRAW Wtll1tJCJ I i ULUTRAProN v t iIicop rpbrn7 19Q7aY U c briefly he proposed to outline for them the legislative steps by which womans right to equality with man had been gt least partly recognized He fumbled fora moment among thepapers on his desk until he found one of the pamphlets Miss Greene had glvpn hits and then he saldhe wished to call the senates attention to the employment act of 1872 the drainage act of 1885 and the sanitary district Set of 1890 Vernon spoke quite fa jnillarly of these acts Furthermore gentlemen would he was sure instant ly recall the decisions of the courts in which those acts were under review a1 for instance in Wilson vs Board otTrustees 133 443 and in Daven po4vs Drainage Commissioners 25 92 Those ainong the senators who were lawyers ats most of them were looked up from their letter writing at this and nodded pr foundly in order to jow their familiarity with Vernons citations although of course they never had ieaid of the 6ases before This recognitidn of womans natural right Vernon shputed thIs rec Oignition of her equaUty with man aiil not be overestimated in importance He shook his head fiercely and struck his desk with his fist But then hay icg used up all the factsjie had marked In Miss Greenes pamphlets he was forced to become more general fn his remarks and so he began to celebrate oman ecstatically He conjured for the senators the presence of their mothers and sisters their sweethearts andwlves and then some quotations fortunately occurring to him he re minded them that Castiglioue had tru said that God Is seen only through women that the womans soul eth us upward and on He recounted the services of women in time of war iheir deeds in the days of peace and In the end he became Involved in an allegory about the exclusion of the- o s from the garden The senators had begun fg pay at t ntion to him as soon as he talked about things they really understood theyS1loutabroad over the third floor of the tdt hOe that some one was making blg speech in the senate and rep resentatives came rushing over from tl1eh useThe correspondents of the Chicago newspapers came over also to see if the Associated Press man in the senate was getting the speech down fully AU the space on the floor was soon crowded and the applause shook the desks and made the glass prisms on the chandeliers jingle The lieutenant governor tapped from time to ttoe with his gavel but he did It perfunctorily as though he enjoyed the applause himself as vicariously texpressing Ills own feelings his eyes twinkled until it seemed that were it not for certain traditions he would join in the delighted laughter that made upmost of the applause Once a page came to yernoii wfth a1 glass ot water and as he paused to wipe his brow and to sip from the glass he glanced again Ia Maria Greene Her facewas solemn and a wonder was growing in her eyes Be side her sat old Poe Ames scowling fiercely and stroking his long white Goion on But Vernon not accustomed to Uiinldng on his feet as talkers love t9 hrasi it and having stopped could holihslantly go oil and that awkward halt di conc rtei him He was con Bclousthat tile moments were sUpping by and there were ofher things many other things that he had in tended to say but these evaded kim floated off tant3lIzhlglr out of rWch And so for refuge he rushea halfFprrnedWftsouade up mostly from a toast to which he had once responded while In college entitled The The wortia came bjick to hIm readily enough he had only to apply them a ItUe dlffprently and lo change his figures Thus it wits easy to work up to a negyrl in which Illinois stttdd tfjf uabeautiful woman leading her s ter states up tov new heights of- pabObZ yutueando concord He had a rapt yisipnBf this woman by Jier swe tand gentI influenc settling vail aiaputifte ani ringing heaven GOWn Ibeth1jasL The senate was in raptures v j1I I tli eflce he cried that f ricbda thousand ships and burned the toplen tower iof Illiini she Ia wholly flk In feature to the tHgodaesscs1 So he werit oi AgB cannot wither nor custom taleWr Infinite rarretyJi V w aiy H already showedibe ImprtsBtve exhaustion bf tl piratIou iehad sacrificed Ii col larafd driiii all 1iifl water from hlsj Is He fingered itlieinpty Hntblee 4for moent andtheL iirtIti it on- k1glMIehe fit i 2 tlki n r B 4rrI 1I Jwd 4 l TPr oc tFifJ liJrclf i L tI t3 i upisexI earth there Same more of such a franThat life might be all poetry And weariness a name i IWhen he had done there was a stillness then came the long sweep of applause that rang through the chamber and while the lieutenant governor rapped for order men crowded around Vernon jand wrung his hand as he wiped his forehead with his handkerchief And then the roll was called It had not proceeded far when there was that subtile change in recIthe sense of political aerqscepsy the qnitheIbeard was stern and serious He whispered an Instant to Porter the senate lOader Porter rose Mr President he said The lieutenant governor was looking at him expectantly The gentleman from Cook the lieutenant governor said Mr President said Senator Por ter I move you sir that the further discussion of the res tlon be postponed until WedneSd3yQrnlng one week from tomorrow and that it be made a special order immediately following the reading of the Journal If there are no objections it will be so ordered said the lieutenant governor Bull Burns houted a prompt and hoarse Object But the lieutenant governor calmly said And it Is so ordered 1 The gavel fellI HsSlf F CHAPTER yi Vernon1soughtwith her down Capitol avenue toward the hotel He was prepared to enjoy her congratulations but she was silent spokeagainhad caught up with them He was still scowling I was sorry you didnt finish your speech as you intended sir he said with something of the acerbity of a reproachWhy began Vernon looking at him I fYou laid out very broad and com ground for yourself the old man continued but unfortunately you did not cover it You should have developed your subject logically as I had hopes indeed in the beginning you were going to do An argument based on principle would have been more to the point than an appeal to the passions I thihlf Miss Greene will agree with me lam sorry you did not acquaint me with your Intention of addressing the senate on this impor tant measure I would very much have liked to confer with you about what you were going to ayIt is not contemplated by those in the reform movement that the charnjs of woman shall be advanced as the reason for her right to equal suffrage with man It is purely a matter of cold abstract justice Now for instance the doctor laid his finger in his palm and began to speak didactically as I have pointed out to the house whatever the power OF the principle that gives to man Jils right to make the law that go4vejns hlnj to Woman tgives the same right la 37 states the married mother has no rjghtt her children in 16 hewife hasno right to her own earnings in eight she has no separate right to her prbnerty in seven Vernon lQJed at Miss Greene help lessly ute was nodding her head in acquiescence to each point the doe tor laid downin Ms harsh palm with that long forefinger V rn9nhad no chance to speak until they readied the hotel She was to take the midday train back to Chicago and Vernon had insisted on going to the station wilh h rJustas she was about to leavd him togO up to kef rdorn she said as on a sudden impulse Do you know ttJhwqnen of America yes the pcopieoE America OC OU adcbtz v Verhdn assumed ji most modest at titude If wq are successful shejwent on- 1tla advocates qf equal suffrage over the United States will be 9teverwheretttq To iCiifluiu Implements of the rightJdnd J R J4RTIN COAL SUPPLY COM McGorVi f 1 ct J Vlj 1 J i v k J r J J I a JAiAJ c t w tw TO APPEAR ON THE STAGE r 5ForCentur e8 rhcy Have BeenBarred from Appearing In Theatrical ProdiictiohsrSchool of Act Ing Opens rxadltldnad the prejudice of cen ituries has been broken down and j Japan is to have wbmen actors In the theatrical productions A school of act Ing has n d In the Sakuragawacho at Tokyo by tile Duse of the past Sada Yakkb wife of the Japanese the get reformer Otajoro Kawakami and aheady has so far about 15 girls rang Male Actor as Female Character Ing in age fro n16 to 22 years All the wouldbe actresses are from the cultivated classes one indeed being the daughter of an official I The opening of this school is the latest proof of the growing tolerance In Japan of the western ideas espe daily as regards the theater It was abput the year 1C30 when QKuni a singer of the lower classes performed before the Shogun a song in paste mjme that women were prohibited from the stage and the theaters and males took the parts of the gentler sexf The theater became so Immoral that it was finally entirely banned And it was not until the appearance of astorMtrtinotocratic Japanese again became Inter ested In the actor Once the ice was n notabilities in Japan did not close their doors to the profes sional It was left for the merchantactor editor Kawakami and his wife to legit imatize the appearance of the female together With the male 6n the stage Since the edict of the Shogun In the seventeenth century Sada Yakko was not the first woman to appear on the stage she was however the first to appear with males To Sada Yakko and her husband is also due the reorganization of the Japanese theater for they declared war on the old regime and called for a free theater in Which were to be reallstlcal1y produced the latest western productions When Kawakami married Sada Yak ko1edeCided to modernize his native theater For this purpose the couple touted Europe successfully and after a season in London embarked for Japan There a large following of friends tried to persuade the pair to organize ii company Sada Yaftko howeve declared that she could not play fn the Japanese fashion because European ways were so different Finally Baron Kaneko persuaded the Sada Yakko J FafhoGs Japanese Actress actress to try to please her country menNevertheless some have remained tFelo ther ldj1U at r although the number is steadily growing smaller especially since the organization of lhe TeikokuGelt Kabushikikai sha or Theater association by Marquis ltd and QUiet noted person ages The two largest theaters in Japan the kabuki In Tokyo and Ka w amIs house in Osaka have been rebuilt after the European style Although In the old native theater the noted actors ijalko Shlkwan Elk ugaro and others continue to reign in their female roles still the academical Japanese Qf the new era will be sure sbpn to dedicate a stately numbet of female stars and thus bring the oljitimers to recognizes the moderp asandtQ applaud their oldtimg1 pajie artfsts in modern male dos 4j N i F 1t s r WVJ DIRECT6RY I 4ysf 1t aJ KI y 4I t t 1j t + According to ihs Jaat census Jven tucky has a piplJilt6n of 2147174 1 The area is 40400 square miles r 400 of which 1wafer Tha streams within the Stated tis 4 rule head uVthe Southeast and flow in a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded the construction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources fo iiiany yejvrs i The e rlyrli1Qa were btirt jjrpm the East and went vovev the more level territories North of the Ohio River antf South of the Cumberland Sfountaine In those days there wits only a limited demand for ptfal ariU lumber Now that the demand has in creased It would seem that kind providence has heM ju reserve our almost inexhaustible utilr itics until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supply f timber is limited but there is noiigh to last fojrvmany years 16 ome We have a coal ariea of over fifteen fUousand square miles Other min Natural gas and oil in PLying quantities are being developed in many localities There ore no more Bad people in Kentucky thanin other States in proportion to population Good people regardless of politics or religion are always welcome Blue Grass is fi natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy arid clover can kOrthsedyilk profit Qornj catrye and oats iare tie grain crops Tobacco is raised in large luantities t Clark pom1i Land acres 158176 Value of rqal and personal prop orals await development rty including franchises 12004 370 Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cents pn the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains are on the Eastern borcferof the county the Kentucky River on thQSouth forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive biles Ford on the river South of Winchester has extensive lumber mills Three railroads goo entirely across tie countyChesapeake Ohio Louisville Nashville and Lexington All fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profit thepopuIalion Circuit Court First Monday inApriI second iUIDecemberr County Court Fourth Monday in each month Quarterly 9ctht Third Tuesday fai dhh month County Officers I J H Evans Judge g S A Jeffries Attorney Howard Hamotonj Sheriff Lee Evans Deputy j John Bedford Deputy J A Boone County Clerk Sam Powell Deputy Clerk W T Pox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenberryr Assessor C A Tanner SchoolSuperintend- nr W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F FGoodpaster Seventh district Hon E Wills Winchester County seattr nb circle one and a half miles in diameter Pppuiation census 1900 5964 The city has overlaped the corporate limits and ow has a population of near ten thou sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Lick lug Rivers has water works alec tric street cars mid lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is locatedat Winchester The fire de partment is one of the best in the State The assessed valuation of all prop erty includingfranqhises 4692499 The tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty cents for city and fifty cents for schools The C L Nt and L E railroads center at Winchester the geographical location and shipping facilities make the city a desirable lo ca tion for factories New concerns are given five years exemption from taxation The CO iitnrcinlOl b will take pleasure in givingioIthatiuhi dity Officers v 3 A Hughes Mayor S B Tracy Clerkf F H Haggardf Aitprnev F P Pendleto Judge tt j f 1Ti i ltiltna D RamaeYIc l1i l9i J p Ior 1 L Brine Crort i Ht Wttbe 4 Trii3 r tPllb j Chielal fpyT r D pntesi rr Azbui Albert Tanner John Ballaroh Board of Council First wordiShirley Hadden W P Hackett Second wardA E Martin T L Todd Thirdtward Doc Pigg J QBoone Fourth wilrdJ D Jones Fifth wardti D McCullum Sil Dinelli Board of Education G W Strother President XC H Rees Secretary- H W Scrivener Treasurer arry Ecton J B Cornett W A Adams J K Allan flames Hjsle Zena Bruce N K Foster Fire Department A R Baldwin ChiefI Mixed Population theIworldJslana There is admixtuce pr French InIfALUABLE POSTAL 1NFCUMATION J S McKinley of Orient Ohio President of the Ohio State League of Postmasters has prepared and is ued the following information with egard to the postal service and how the people may help When you address your letters or cards with a lead pencil see that the address is plainly written Most let ters lost are improperly addressed you had better use a pen and ink When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the town cor kxisilliT Many postoffics have similar names Dont write Cin for Cincin iatior Col for Columbus When you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and postmark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur your address Do not put writing in newspapers or packages if youdo the matter becomes firstclass mail and you must pay letter postage two cents an ounce or you are liable to a fine oC 10 Written or typewritten letters plac ed in unsealed envelopes are subject to the same rate of postage as when sealedtwo cents an ounce Post cards in transparent enve lopes will go at the rate of one cent ifunsealed provided there is nothing more tha ttthe address of the one to receive it and and the name of the sender Stamp must be placed on envelope and noton card when en closed in transparent envelope Post cards Containing writing and inclosed in transparent envelope whether sealed or unsealed must bear a twocent stamp and the sfamp must be placed on the envelope in stead of the card Send money by postpfiice money order for if it is sent in this manner if lost in the mails the Post Office De partment will issue you another order Send valuable papers or merchan disc by firstclass registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 2r Patrons of postofllce can get better service by renting a box If you have a box the postmasters work is light enedmld your mail is not handled or looked over like it is in the general delivery The Post Office Department makes great conveniences for you so lo not hesitate to help in re furn When yon mail a letter package see that it substantially done up The rapid handling of the mails some times destroys a poor envelope or covering of a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and postoffice on tile package and if not delivered it will be returned to you but you will have to repay the post age unless it is firstclass When you move to another post office notify the rjpstmaster from our former postoffice to forward your mail and notify the publishers of your papersthatyou have chang ed ur postoffice Letters froth the pension agency can lie delivered only to the person o whom addressed or to some member of his or her family especially authorized tor ceivc the mail If you have friends visiting you have their mail sent in your care Use an ordinary size chvelbpe and have on it your return card if it is not delivered it be returned to you ahd not go to the Dead Letter Office as thousands of letters do If you rOceive a letter bvmistake and it is ndiyoursd ntoen it but return it promptly anoVif you d6 open write oh envelope rr opened by fiistake ancl sign yoiir name TRYA NEWS W T Df fISE E t I S f ifIIIt Ni 7 fLiark Count J W INcORPORATED tI4 ConstrtictionCo r Itlilhk fthf inuri and hil- iclmblngt x paid each year On the Basis of Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business constructiOn privateCrushed and Building Stone Always on andSandsame any quanitydesired The putting of all classes of Concrete specialty and satisfaction guaranteed Peoples State Baiik CAPITAL 100000i toinstNotwithstanding hard times there been ourdepositorsenroll names every week want yours You cordially incited opqn account withusPersonal attenion business HCDGKIN Cashier ROMR President COCKRELL Vice President QUICK REWARD FOR DEMHCRATICTRAITORSI Fitzgeralfl and Broussard serters Are Put Gocfl Com mittee Speaker From Washington Correspondent CourierJoimial WASHINGTON March waste time energy CourierJournal correspondent fret fume result House contest rules which should govern jpwer house Congress Although minority House headed Represent ative Champ lark splendid opportunity with thirty dissatisfied Republicans your correspondent satisfied that that effort would meet with disastrous failure Such always been fate Democrats House whether they majority nority whenever tariff front Fortyeighth Congress when Carlisle Speaker been since There always sufficient votes obtained from theDemocratic side defeat genuine reform tariff schedules Randcll protectionists House other have today story intelligent reader need told that contest House simply tariff issue Louisiana wautCdsugar pbrtec tion went along forgetihg that Fitzgerald New York sonfelh5ng sleeves that desirous tecting also otlicrs whoj voted against Democratic leader House Champ Clark good Democrat lived devoted heart Vs6ul principles party tariff revenue only Speaker rewarded Fitz Ru1esIsugar plum Louisiana put upon Ways Means Committee other little bolters taken your Uncle charges rules made QMItyabsolutely anA givellie Speaker illYfio i i ftli C No RedcaR cost mers as m chas peor L Sale in in a ron the has are to an to all J M J L L B the De oh By of 20 Its a of and the to and over the in the over the on the the of the in the by had a to win out ail of still was tho it did the of the in the were in the or the mi the is at the It was so in the was and has so ever were to be to in the Sir had his cot erie of in the as Its the same old The not be the in the was a The men so it aJI the line not 6f had up Ins ho was of pro and time the of the as a man and as a as ever and and to the of the and a for The of is the and and the will be care of by Joe The in the do l Iwi 4IfIIc 4 c tt is 1X li JW f r the Far a ene new We for the has has xTrtwlS When You See Your Horse Going Into supplyingyoullwhipping better every day YOU Cannot work on poor food Neither can your horse Give him our kind of fdM and grain and hell repay you handsomely in both disposition to work and ability to do it JOJ Purina ChicKen Fetid Vulcan Plows Old Hickory Wagons J R Martin Coal and svjipJyl fyr amVa great deal more foi Ue relieve him of a vast amount of trOll blo in making his recognifron of inciu hers to get action on their favorite bills He is still in the saddle and is Indian enough to reward his friends and punish his enemies i The insurgents who stood up man fully for a revision of the r 119mo to be commended but they made a great mistake They should have fc fleeted a moment that the Democratic party has no leadership no organiza tiun no discipline and cannot lclivcr the goxuls no matterthow profusef I IiWItri has in its ranks in and out of Coui tglefstay in the party to betray itIIicftl- the occasion arises if6ynmltlilOl1ghont wonder that the Repubhictvcp- all the States when the elections 06 cur No bright thinldngmair cares to belong oi owe allegiriitnee to 4 jutrifealty I true v IKILLS WOULDBESLAYER tA merciless murderer is Appndi eitis with many victims But Iii Kings New Life Pills kill it By prevention They gently stimulitestdnL ach liver and bowel preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Cbnstipation Billiousnesar Chills Malaiia Heatlacho aneiIhcft gestion 25o it Phillips Drujc Store ia American Burial Caskets in Demand American burial caskets incoBilo erablo numbers are now x1l to ilngtneand England South Africa and Aur tralia t iEvbeen married afcw years he allur spedks of his wlfetO other folks her or sheLoS Angeles l3 Press Spotjas is ii practice ithe territory bf th4i Mtlofi t4longbor9in an embassy the police could enter lh premises jjrithoutfc per mission lOJ r p su fstR r F n THE iiEWS J T t L i r o 4trn LJ of1 vr 7 lt n IJI 7 fc I 1 fI w t 1 sJp tI g ti lit I j- j ji jV 1q r v A X Vi r y 43 X fv StVV if rjL zcirz jar T i 1 Y T t 3 T f jar IIfFf THE W1NCHESTERKEW I i P rIr OFFICIAL S llEIJULE rl BLUgWlASS LEAGUE I clTThZHLc- thigton H Richmond t Fankfor jrSiielbyViile f cl Paris Winchester 1909 BOSTON L NEW BROOKLYN YORK PII fPITT rinG CINN r CHICAGO HOLIDAYS ST LOUIS 5U Home- HOUIDAYS Abroad Sat Abroad Home Sun Home Abroad IAt Lexington 1l1 rn WEn JlrA a U9W May 15 16 June 6 14 27 July 17 18IAtig 7 8 28 29 Sent 12 May 22 24 20 June 7 8 25 26 July 24 Aug 10 30 Sept 7 9 Mny 8 9 30 31 31 June 9 20 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sept 6 6 May 7 13 18 June 22 30 July 5 16 28 Aug 9 Sept 4 10 11 April 30 May 1 2 2B 29 June 5 13 July 4 25 Aucr 14 15 Sept 5 OFFICIAL At Boson ALL Apr 20 3LAug 10JuySept 15 Apr 15 16 28SeptMay 25 26 27 July Aug Sept 2 May 12 13 July 17 20 21 Aug 27 28 30 May 20 21 22 July 16 Aug 20 21 23 May 15 18 July 8 9 12 Aug 25 26 Patriots DaIMemorial Da1at 12 i3 September 13 J5 Brooklyn Apr May July THE Apr June May June Sept May July Aug May Aug May July Sept May July Aug Day Boston Memorial Day None COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is list the days County Courts are held each month coun ties tributary Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Monday Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday ondayBreathitt CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mon day Estill Irviner 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flcmhjgsburg 4th Mon yFrank1inFrankfort 1st Monday Garravd Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Mon day Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysyille 2nd Monday Mercer Harroflsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Monday Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday l1d1cton Falmouth 13t Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Slielbyville 2nd Monday Wobdford Versailles 4th Monday KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 County August 3rd Days Scott county July 27th days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th days Rockcastle county August 18 days Bourbon county September 7th days SeptemberlIercer county August 12 days Knox county August 18 days SEwing Ivy August 193 days Shelby county Aucust 24 days Laurel county August 24 days Boone county August 25 day If secretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dates we will carry them free charge Mexican Cual Fields Mexicos coal fields cover 300000 acres and produce average 3000 toni per acrecach year At Richmond April 27 28 29 June 1 23 JuIyl23Aug Sept 3 PRINT May 10 11 12 June 17 18 19IJuly 12 13 20 Aug Sept 10 11 May 27 28 29 Jung 21 22 23 July 15 1629 30 Aug 20 21 May 4 5 June 7 8D July 6 7 Aug 10 U Sept 13 14 May 20 22 25 July 23 Aug 2 330 31 Sept 8 At 30 3 5 5 7 Oct 2 5 22 23 2 29 Jul 2 3 Oct 6 7 5 6 7 8 10 22 z 21 7 17 IS 19 15 27 28 30 20 22 July 8 9 10 25 26 3L 25 27 17 20 2 3 22 23 20 23 DayLabor Patriots at at Boston 12 6 a of in to 7 d P l t 4Lai1c 4 4 6 3 v 5 rv 3 3 4 4 4 o an of i 24 3 5 24 9 At New York Apr 26 28 29 June 22 Sept 6 7 Apr 1516 June 25 20 Sept 8 9 10 1- 1LATEST Apr 17 19 20 May 28 9 3L Oct 2 2 4 5 May 20 July 9 9 12 Aug 26 May 17 IS July 16 Aug 20 23 May 12 July 22 23 Aug 27 28 May 25 26 27 July 17 20 2L Sept 2 3 DayLabor Independence Day at Philadelphia 7 12 G None At Frankfort j May 6 2125 1 July 6 7 2122 Aug 3 411 3V Sept S April 30 May 1 2- 123June45 13 July 4 25 Aug 9 15 Sept 5 CORRECTLY May 1316 June 6 27 28 July 18 Aug 8 16 17 29 Sept 12 13 May 27 28 July 1 10 14 July 29 30 AUJT 12 19 25 26 Sept 3 May 8 9 18 19 30 June 9 20 21 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sent 4 At Philadelphia Apr 21 22 23 June 29 30 July 1 3 Oct 7 Apr 27 28 July 26 27 28 Sept Apr ro May 3 July 5 7 Aug 17 IS 19 LOCAL May 13 July 17 20 Aug 20 May 25 26 27 July 22 22 23 Sept 2 3 May IS July 8 9 12 Aug 24 25 26 May 20 22 July 16 Aug 27 28 30 Independence Day Memorial Day at N Y Labor Day at Brooklyn 11 None Art Now nature Is not at variance with beingbothArt is the perfection of nature Were daythere InIIBrowne A Death Each Second The number of deaths in the world annually is 33333333 or 91954 per lay 3730 per hour 60 per minute or one per second It is estimated that the population of the earth at the present time is being increased at the rate of about 16500000 annually Wfth Humorous Intent The sense of the comic is much blunted by habits of punning and of using humoristic phrase the trick of employing Johnsonian polysyllables to treat of the infinitely little And it really may be humorous of a kind yet it will miss the point by going too much round about ltGeorge Meredith in An Essay on Comedy All Men Subject to Error A man must have a great deal of vanity who believes and a good deal of boldness who affirms that all the doctrines he holds are true and all he rejects are false Benjamin Franklin Oh Quit Here Is the way to quit smoking recommended by a man who failed to make It work Instead of quitting off short quit gradually Dont smoke in the morning until you cant stand it any longer Then smoke a cigar and then quit again until you are compelled to smoke or go crazy By degrees you will learn to do without smoking Atchison Globe Inhabitants of the Museum Little Dorothy had been taken by a friend to visit the museum and was very much interested in the stuffed animals in the glass cages and also in the statuary On returning home sayinglive stuffed animals and sOle sam pIe people Sincerity and Accomplishment Lowell No roan can produce great things who is not thoroughly sincere with himself Womans Remarkable Feat Though the compiling of a diction ary Is a task that even a corps of trained editors undertake with no slight hesitation a Washington woman Mrs George H Gorharn finished the remarkable feat of writing an idiomatic FrenchEnglish English French dictionary entirely unaided At Shelbyville May 3 45 June 10 11 12 July 12 13 14 31 Atur 23 24 May 17 18 19 June 24 25 26 July 21 22 Aug 56 13 14 April 27 28 29 June 1 2 3 14 June 29 30 July 5 5 17 Aui 28 THE 1fl i- r Uf May 10 11 12 25 26 June 17 18 Aug 30 31 Sept 7 8 9 May67June July78 Aug 11 12 Aiiff 18 19 2526 NATIONAL SCHEDULE CONBLICTSAt At Pittaburg June 2 3 5 Aug 7 9 10 Sept 22 June Aug 3 5 Sept 17 20 June 16 17 18 July 30 Aug 2 Sept 29 30 June 7 9 July 29 Aug Sept 2- 3SPORTING Apr 22 23 24 July 5 5 6 26 27 Sept 3 Apr 20 May 23 June July 2 3 Sept 6 6 7 8 May 5 7 8 May June I Aug Sep Mom Day Indc pent Dy Lab Dy 15 10 i None At Paris Mav 19 20 June 21 2329 July 5 15 27 Aug 2 13 18 Aur 20 May 8 9 3O1 31 June 12 20 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sept 1 2 Mav 14 15 29 June 15 16 July 9 19 20 Auer 5 6 Sept 6 6 April 30 May 1 222 23 June 5 13 July 4 24 25 Au jr 15 Sept OFFICIAL May 16 June 625 27 July 17 18 Aug 8 16 24 29 Sent 12 15 t v J I At Cincinnati June 7 8 9 10 Aug 12 13 Sept 18 19 20 Juno 3 4 5 6 July 30 31 Aug 2 Sept 28 29 30 June Aug 3 6 Sept 2125 26 June 17 20 Aug 7 8 9 Sept 22 Apr May 9 July Sept Oct 7 NEWS Apr 26 27 28 29 May June 2 Sept Apr 20 May 29 30 July 25 Sept 5 Oct 2 3 Memorial Day- Independence Day at Pittsburg Lab Day at St Louis 12 13 IT 2 None Score One for Mr Henpeck Mr Henpeck Why is it that bachelors are so much more crabbed and cross than married men Mr Henpeck Because theyre not afraid to say what they think Newark Star Solemnity and Stupidity Slowness solemnity ponderosity with or without a big bearddo not necessarily indicate the possession of wisdom and talent On the contrary they may simply spell Stupidity with a capital S Idleness- It is no more possible for an idle man to keep together a certain stock of knowledge than it is possible to keep together a stock of ice exposed to the meridian sun Every day de stroys a fact a relation or an influ ence and the only method of pre serving the bulk and value of the pile is by constantly adding to it Sidney Smith First Daily Newspaper Elizabeth Mallet established the first daily newspaper in the world In Lon lIon March 1702 she published and edited the Dally Courant which took up the cudgels for womens rights and carriedlouthalf the impertinences which the or dinary papers contain Merely Nagging It is surprising how many donts are said every day to children who are really doing nothing in the least harmful to themselves or to other people Be True to Thyself How much time he gains who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks but only at what he does himself to make it just and hOlyMarcus Aurelius A Womans Word In a case at Southwark his honor Judge Willis remarked I believe in accepting a womans word except perhaps in some instances connected with essLondon Standard Small Enough The visitor waftrying tobe genial and asked at his side Shall I peel your pear for you little one But the child replied No tank you its quite small enough low The hcr Iesst3llfl1flcky saysVa RHlvllfe P at if the world WPS blazing hed be shoved side and vnevcr get a chance totiaiiri his hands at the blaze hltl a l I At Chicago June 12 Aug 3 4 5 Sept 26 Juno 16 17 Aug 7 8 9 Sept 22 23 June 7 8 9 10 Aug 12 15 Sept 19 20 June 6 July 30 31 Aug i2 Sept 28 29 30 Apr IS 20 May 2 3 30 Sept 5 Oct 2 3 May 5 7 8 Juno 22 23 26 Aug 17 IN THIS Apr 1415 16 17 May 9 July 5 5 Sept ii- Independence Day Memorial Day at Cincinnati Labor Day at Pit tsburg 16 2 May29SOJnn2027 Sf OdilS A May 10 11 12 June 17 18 19 July 9 10 July 29 30 Sept 12 May 21 24 26 June 2829a 30 Jufy 5 14 19 20 Sept 6 6 May 3 4 5 31 31 June 10 41 12 Aug 13 20 21 23 May 14 July 26 27 28 Aug 9 10 Sept 10 11 April 27 28 29 May 17 June 2 3 24 26 July 13 Autr 17 27 28 SCHEDULE At St Louis June 16 17 19 20 July 3L Aug 12 Sept 28 30 June 7 8 9 Aug 15 Sept 2526 June 5 G Aug 7 8 9 10 11 Sept 22 June 13 14 Aug 3 5 6 Sept 18 19 20 Apr 20 1 28 Jun 22 ta 26 Sept Apr 30 May 1 2 3 June 30 July 2 3 Sept 6 6 7 Apr 23 5July 27 2829 Oct 5 6 7 PAPER Labor Day- Memorial Day at PIttsburg I n d e pond Day at Chi 12 M2 7 May 2 June 20 27 = Robtombor OPERAHOUSE TUESDAY MARCH 23rd BURTON NIXON OFFERS Lena Rivers MARY J HOLMES NOVEL DRAMATIZED By Beulah Povnter PLAY 1- 5Juy123 LEAGUE lnluckyBro Distinctly A WOMANS PLAY OF WOMANS EMOTIONS BY A WOMAN FOR A WOMAN Everybody goes to see LENA Direction BURTON NIXON MATINEE Children lOc Adults 25c NIGHT Downstairs 3550 and 75 cents Gallery 25 GILBERT BOTTO FOR j Fresh g Cured Meats j Fish VegetaWes Cantry Produce i iOTB PHONES OPERA HOUSE ILOCK PROFESSIONAL CARDS Ji HvSTEVENSON Attorney At paw 6Q S Main St Winchester Ky reWDLETON E SHiBUSHl Attorneys At Law 60SMamSt WinchesterKy 7 f t L p I Time I For I More I I Printjng iiiz Sigh tithe that business vicinity ofI finding Only Modern Printers with Down Date Outfit the City Winchester time they awaking they would reach catch public they must printing with which offer these vantages rNeTMinute Type the Largest Stock and the I MostSWHed Workmen Money obtain I COULD YOU ASK FOR MOREl are vain enough to believe that we have a of Samples will eclipse anything of kind section of Kentucky nothing gives us pleasure than to exhibit our production to ofprinters would to show can IJ deliver goods II 5he 1 I WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY I Printers of Anything S Main New Phone T tAction of the Magnetic Needle The magnetic needle comes to rest pointing north and south because the earth acts as if it were a great mag net A compass needle would come to rest pbinting lengthwise of a bar magI net placed under the compass needle just as it does under the influence of the earth For this reason we think of the earth as a great magnet The north pole and the north star have no Influence over the compass needle origin of Muslin This favorite of the sum mer girl derives its name from being first made at Mosul or Moussul a town In Turkish Asia From there it was Introduced Into India and first brought to England in 1670 A few years afterward it was manufactured in large quantities in France and England and in the present day Eng lishmade muslins rival in fineness the most delicate of gauzy muslins made In India An Emergency Exit illss Crichton pluckily 4he blaze while Herr EckhoW pulled the orchestra through a difficult sage London Daily Express Now is the time tp sow your clover 14lld and pats See us for fitsMaig seed JR MARTIN COL mlll SUPPLY CaiPANY T i 3n74t 3 jtV V I II I IT is the men of this out that we are the to in of It is were to this fact If the rear and the eye of the come to us for the to do it We ads can We line that its in this and more the users ink We like call and you that we the INCORPORATED I St 91 material extinguished s CAM ON- NELSONJheTransferMan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94INight Phone 339 WINCHESTER T ILORINfiCOHP NI H GC HMcKiNNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND- DYEING A SPECIALTY NPw Cor Main and Fairfax A Thousand Heads Fox Two Thousand Hats Wanted 1You can 1ve yOur choice if ojQome enough to pick o tth8be6t Hat at SOc on the Dollar Just ndw received froiri loadIng swum facturort at the sAMPthSHOE STOkE 24 N Main Ijit tJ 1lW1fresh1k It L jl al1 p f n Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE Winchester k ow WINCHESTER KY 1 N H VWTHERP00N gathni1I = W S IIAR utteR 1itiiOl j f T f I J jf Jr i i Large cakes 4ft r tfai ant caramel fqmMiUtk PIn- erBakry 3 r 1k r 14JJ c I ii r ij I Iv iI3 i I 4 ji I I qp srX rrii t-YTHtUINCHESTERWS 1cJ ioS 0 BOLTERS GIVE c c THEIR REASONS JYt Democrats Explain Failure I io SupprtClark jNTIMATE HE is A CZAR SayVTHat Minority Leader Applied Gag Rule In Caucus In Effort to BIhdJJMembers Support His Plant For Committee to Revise House RulesAlso Objected to His Favor i ltism to Southern Representatives In Selection of Committee Washington March 22 Another explanation was forthcoming as to the course pf certain Democrats In opposing Minority Leader Clark last Ipnday by voting for the Fitzgerald amendments to the house rules tRopresentatives Keliher and Peters of Boston and Representative Francis Burton Harrison of New York issued aistatement in which they assert that 1Q generally has the action of the Democrats who voted for the amend f ments been misrepresented and mis understood that they wish to present to those interested the facts The Fitzgerald amendments are defended as being very effective in the curtailment of the power of the speaker For six months Represen tative Fitzgerald acknowledged as the best parliamentarian on the Dem ocratic side had been preparing the mpndments it is stated but no op portunity was offered to bring them before the Democratic caucus for con sideration He was unable to do so because of the highhanded manner adopted by a few illadvised friends of Mr 4Clark ReproJthe floor of the caucus to bind the members to support the Clark plan 1for a committee of 15 to report next December on amendments of the rules It refused all an opportunity to amend the plan in caucus Refer I jrlng to the fight in the house the three members say that when Mr Cjlark offered his resolution he re iused1 any Democrat a chance to speak And then he did the very thing we Democrats have been depecating an- dtffighting against for yearshe moved the previous question they state Vlt is bad enough to be gagged by bur opponents but when the muzzle was clapped upon us by our friends we protested and successfully Then the Fitzgerald amendments were offered and in marked contrast to Mr Clarks action Mr Fitzgerald allowed free and full opportunity for debate and amendments In the de bate which followed lasting nearly two hours it was not contended that the amendments of Mr Fitzgerald would not remedy the abuses com plained of The contention of a cer tain element that the reforms secured can not be good because of the manner in which they were obtained Is manifestly too absurd to dignify with an answer The truth of the matter is that so enraged was the old Republican machine at its defeat that in its anger it would have conceded al most anything rather than surrender to the Insurgents an inch The Clark resolution is attacked because of the six Democratic members proposed by Mr Clark for the committee of 15 Not one came from Colorado Illinois Indiana Massachusetts New Yorkr Ohio or pennsylva- nia with nearly ime third of the Dem ocratic membership in the present house Every man except Represen tative Hitchcock of Nebraska repre sented a southern state it is said No encouragement to the Democ racy of the great states of Ohio and Indiana in the magnificent battles they are fighting the statement con eludes no voice to New York or the great middle west and yet we are criticised for not supinely submitting to such aWo- nYANKEE BIKE RIDERS WIN SIXDAY RACE Grpwn Prince of Germany Wit nesses Finish at Beriin j Berlin March 22In the presence of the crown prince and an immense throng of spectators the American earn composed of Floyd McFarland S and James Moran finished winners of the si day blcyele race and received a magnificent ovation the cheers of the crowd mingling with the strains of TheStar Spangled Banner The t Americans won by a full laJThe- J track measured 14 laps to tae mile St010fHolland and Berthet of France J finished second Thje total distance covered was 2425 miles 312 less than MqFarlaiid ind Moran made when V they won thesix day race in Newt York in 1908 VvThe Americans said they finished fresher thai in the New York race aid were never pushed to win Tile crown prince wili red1etheniat the acstoiight t j iJt t r I k Y i t 4 iv IS MeRE SPECULATION rNo One Can GUNs Outcome of Te morrows Meeting of Miners Philadelphia March 22fhe con ventipjr of anthracite mine workers Which meets at Scranton Pa tomor row is expected to make a final decision so far as the men are concerned In the matter of a new agreement with the coal mine operat rs to take the place of the present working agreement which expires March 31 All sorts of stories of the final outcome of the negotiations between the men and their employers have been circulated but Uis safe to say that no one can do more than speculate as to the result of the convention and of the conference with the operators which will be held after the Scran ton meeting The mine workers are not unani mous with regard to what should be done and therefore the operators are more or less in the dark as to the conditions that will prevail on April 1 The operators it Is known have a plan so far as meeting the demands already made known by the mine workers are concerned but it is not known to what length they will go in changing these plans if the workers conclude to recede from some of their propositions INDIANA PROHIBS PLAN BIG BATTLE Will Soon Hold Option Election at State Capital Indianapolis Ind March 22The great battle In the campaign of the antisaloon forces for the control of the state which thus far has been overwhelmingly victorious is announced in an interview with E S Shumaker superintendent of the Anti aloon league who says plans now are being made to bring about an option election in this Marion coun ty Indianapolis has over 700 saloons three breweries the stock of the prin cipal one of which is largely held in London and numerous brewery agen cies The liquor element will use as its principal defensive weapon a statement by County Auditor Sahm that an option election hero would cost 10000 and cutting off the in come from salopn licenses would ne cessitate raising the tax 20 per cent Many option elections in the state are scheduled for the near future To morrow elections will be held in Montgomery Benton and Greene counties Ohio county will vote on Wednesday Bartholomew Jennings and Vermillion counties will vote on Tuesday of next week Petitions for elections are being circulated In Tip pecanoe county which has 103 saloons and Knox county which has 73 saloons These saloons are all located at Lafayette and Vincennes the county seats of the two counties Fiftyfour of the 92 counties of Indiana already have voted dry and 497 saloons thus far have been put out of business Only one county Wayne has voted wet AMERICAN HORSES ENTERED Lincolnshire Handicap Opens English Races This Week London March 22The opening of the English racing season this week with the Lincolnshire handicap begins a season full of interest to sportsmen on both sides of the Atlantic Many of Americas best runners are entered in the big English events and leading native horsemen have given it as their belief that the foreigners will carry oft some pf the stakes Among the American horses who are heavily handicapped in the Epsom Derby the Liverpool Spring Cup the Great Jubilee handicap and other big races are Colin Ballot Fair Play Priscillian Sir Martin Norman III Delirium and other cracks NOTED CROOKS LANDED Cincinnati Police Have Man Wanted For Big Theft In East Cincinnati 0 March 22George Willard and George Carson two of the most notorious bank sneaks pick pockets and allround thieves in this country if not in the world were ar rested here Both Willard and Car son have a dozen or more aliases and have been arrested innumerable times and both have served time in prison They have worked all over this countr and Europe and have been arrested abroad for bank thefts Willard according to the Bertillon record is wanted in Washington D C for robbing a messenger of the Home Savings bank of 105235 on Dec 24 1907- JOHNSON ACCEPTS OFFER Is Willing to Fight Jeffries For Mc Intoshs 50000 Purse Chicago March 22It took Hugh McIntosh the Australian fight pro moter only a few minutes to get Jack Johnson the heavyweight champion of the world to consent to fight James J Jeffries the retired champion for a purse of 50000 The Au stralian promoter is confident he will get Jeffries consent and that the big fight is certain McIntoshs offer is a purse of 50 000 ta be divided 60 per cent to the winner and 50 per cent to the loser Each man will be required to put up a fcrjfeit cf oopo wheh he signs the rtt q z t4 IrItriv rlr13 i t t 1f j JItJf J KIDNAPED BOY REPORTED FOUND And That He Will Be Returned With in FortyEight Hours Details Guarded SHARON Peiii March 22Au other letter received at the Whitla home repprts at noon that the kid napped boy will be returned within fortyeight hours The details of the negotiation are carefully guarded NOT RIGHT BOY AKRON Ohio March 22The boy found in the Cuyahoga Pans Ho tel is not Billy Vhitla but is Craw ford Bowman of Curnensville Pa who is accompanied by his father MORE INDiCTMENTS I IN rITTSBURO Court Orders Many Men Held as Re suit of the Graft Probing Special to The New- sprflSBURG Penn March 22 Result of the graft probe the court ordered the following indictment Dallas Byers millionaire manufact urer Cashier Griffin of Columbia Na tional Bank Councilman Weber Klein and Stewart and II Bolger ho tel proprietor THREE SON IN FAMILY MEET VIOLENT DEATH Tusco Waters Buried in Lincoln CountyKilled in Louisiana STANFORD Ky March 22 Tusco Waters who was shot to death at Delta La bya merchant named Long was brought to his home at Kingsville this county and buried He is the third and last son of Mrs Sarah Waters to meet a tragic end Tecumsch Waters was shot to loath by Thomas Lee and Waco Vat ers was killed by a train at Ludlow John Yocum a brotherinlaw was run over and killed by the cars near Danville two years ago FINE COURT DAY DINNER ON MONDAY Ladies of the Christian Church Feed Crowd of Hungry Men The dinner given by the ladies of the First Christian church Monday was a grand success viewed from the standpoint of the patrons Too much was given for the money 35 cents It must have been gotten up by the Charity Committee to feed the hungry at little cost We hope they have made some money But if they have it illustrates the fact that we have always claimed that women have more sense than men LETTERS UNCLAIMED Alden W B Black Mrs Mary- Brmdenlmrg Miss Mat tic Bradford D W Blackwell B F Barnett Pleas Bailey George Coldwell Cohman Cole Miss Fannie Carlis Gideon Carr F C Denny Mrs Parker Ecton Mary G Ervin Miss Floyd Farraen Florence Fielder Nora Hobbs Mrs Mina 4 Hill Mrs Ida Hamilton Frankie- Hayden Bros Land Roy- lcClaiu v ArthurjMcDowell Jones D ODare Walter S2 t Snowden Miss Lizzie Shell C E Strange Jno W Williams Mrs Anderson Williams Miss Lou Webb Miss Rether- R R PERRP Postmaster FATHER IN JAIL On a Charge of Beating His Son to Death GLASGOW Ky March 22Jim Farris was arrested at his home in Edmonson county and taken to jail in Brownsville on a charge of beating his son to death The Circuit Court is now in session at Brownsville and an effort will be made to have Farris indicted and tried at the present term Winchester7 Monument Works a home enterprise ask a shave of Y9ur business 32O3t i l t t f BIGGEST TOBACCO CROPi ON RECORD INDICATED Kentucky Wheat However in Poor Condition and Fruit May Be Failure FRANKFORT Ky March 22 The greatest crop b t tobacco Ken Lucky hits probably ever produced scem forecasted by the first reports for 1909 which arc coining in to our Department from our regular crop reporters in the 119 counties of the State said Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture James W Rankin These are the first reports we have gotten this year as our first bulletin is not issued until the 1st of April Abcnit onethird of the counties have soni in their reports and from ho showing already mn1e1 a 150 per cent crop ofvburley and 125 per cent crop of lark tobacco is plainly indicated vhuh is probably the highest murk op record The 100 per ciitor full crop is very raiij the nearest ap proach to it in recent years being jn 1907 All records will he broke Ibis year however und there is no tolling just lion many thousand acres f Kentucky land will be planted in to bacco The first reports which are being made to the department show that the Kentucky wheat crop so fur is in very poor condition for this time of the year This asiijbcdby most of the reporters to the drouth of last fall delaying the fanners in their plowing and then to the remarkably open win ter and the scarcity of snow A far lOCI with broad acres of wheat always likes to see them well covered with snow luring much of the winter unl what few snows were hud during the past inter were thin and did not re main long on the ground Con derabc anxiety seems to be manifested by most of the crop reporters who have sent in their reports already as to the fruit crop in the State this year Here again it is said the effects of Ilie severe drouth last fallwill bo felt There seems to be little fear of a killing frost dining the spring for the buds were not matured sufficiently in the fall to become endangered by fiyxst in fact the drouth delayed their maturity to such an extent that it is feared the effect may be farreaching- VON C F BURNAM IS1UID TO REST Rev Mr Burnam a Brother Con ducts Services and Pronounces Eulogy Over Dead RICHMOND Ky Mardi 22The funeral of the late lion Curtis P Burnam was held yesterday after noon at the Baptist church the members of Richmond Commandery No 19 Knights Templar of Avhich ho was a charter member assisting The conPducted by the Rev Mr Burnam a brother and the eulogy spoken of the dead statesman and Christian gen tleman by his brother in blood and in the ministry was the most solemn mid impressive ceremony ever wit ncssed in Richmond The beautiful Knights Templar burial service Was read at tIme grave by Acting Eminent Commander Rodes Shackelford assisted by the Com nunUlcry Prelate Sir Knight Rev Hugh MacLellan The floral offerings were numerous and handsome Quite a number of Knights Templar from Webb Commnndery No2 of Lexington came over to attend the services as a mark of respect to the memory of Major Burnam who was made a member ofrebb Command cry in 1848 and held his membership there until Richmond Commandery of which he was acharter member was instituted The visiting Templars returned to Lexington last night BY THE GOVERNOR Editor of Santa Fe Newspaper Says He Was Assaulted EL PASO Texas March 22Tlw Santa Fe Weekly Jlaglc statedmi its front page today that its editor A J Loomis has been assaulted by Governor George Curry and ejected from the executive office in the Capitol a week ago The trouble arose Loomis declares over publication in his paper of a dispatch in the St Louis Globe Democrat from Washington in which it was stated President Roose velt had ordeedGuriy and his dele gtti nto return home and not touch any of the territorial money appro priated for the trip to Washington Governor Curry declared the story a lie t Monuments clancE without injury to the stone by mT6HESTER MON UMENT WORKS 3203t 1t if L 1 t I1 JfJJ C rejuvenate Oak Dark Oak Mahogany Cherry Mal IBlackNaturalAll Sizes from 15 cts to 250 LACE CURTAIN ClEANERand All Spring Cleaning Phillips Drug B HAMPTON Prcs ID S D GOf VPrcs CashiclI ClarK County Natl Bank ESTABLISHED v THE OLDEST BANK IN CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points AND SURPLUS I I Merchant Tailo liTOIIIIaviugfull line offoreign and domestic wooleus over J H Keyess clothing store Would be to have you call and look over All work guaranteed fit or no JOHN ADAMS Tailor LEXINGTON LOSES TO- ROCHESTER SQUAD Kentucky Boys Beaten By Score of 13 to 0 at the Sunday Game LEXINGTON Ky Munili 22 Presenting u combination by rchsdn of their advantage of a weeks training and also because of their su perior hitting and fielding ability the fast Rochester team simply crushed manager Tommy S heels rt03blts yes terday afternoon at TjCiigno Park winning by a score of lit to 0 Four hundred supporters of the national game saw time contest and although their favorites went down in defeat the crowd left the big enclosure after the game well pleased with the exhibi lion and With the fooling that Lexington will be this year by a team able to score with anything in the Blue Grass League jErrors and bonehead plays were mainly the cause of the size of time score Had the locals fielded as did their opponents time undoubtedly Vould have been a One irotirceable feature turns that Gnu zels sluggers did not knock the bsjll the lot as they did Saturday They did hit though and had it come to a pineh where a run wsjs needed there is no doubt but that they would have been able to a man around the circuit with a little efforti The same teams arc to line up again this afternoon KENTUCKY EDITOR DIES J S Stapp of Columbia Spectator Passes Away COLUMBIA Ky March 22J S Stapp owner of the Columbia Spectator andit prominent Republican politician of Adair county died at the residence of his sister eleven miles from Columbia He was a candidate for State School emit before the last Republican convention held in Louisville The ar rangements for the funeral have not yetbeen made He leavers a wife multi five children REPORTED SETTLED The sale by II E Ross Special Commissioner in the case of Huber Company against J C Scoheelhich was scheduled to noon at thejeourt houdid not lake placet It 15 ie ported that the t case ibeenpc jui promid f x it I I qThv h J 7 I a18A Get a can of JAP ALAC to day at our Paint Depart mentj and see for yourself fact any piece of furniture that is badly marred It comes in T 6 colors and has a hundred uses Walnut Aluminun CARPET Requisites Co B F CURTIS R 0 ITCH S865 BEING TIlE CAPITAL 35000000 pleased my stock sale Merchant better represented game choseeoafest about push Superintend Manufacturing Thas HEALTH MOVEMENT STARTED BY WOMEN Commissioner Scovell and Dr Mc Cormack Are Assisting in the Work FRANKFORT Ky March 22Im order to arouse public sentiment and start a general warfare on disease arrangements were made here Satur lily afternoon to have Mrs Caroline lB Crane of Kalamazoo Mich come to Kentucky and devote the entire mbnthof May to the investigation of health conditions And lectures on the same Her work in Kentucky will lie to educate the people to a better en forcement of time pure food law to beautify their cities and improve health conditions Those present at the meeting today were Mrs Lctcher Hiker of Harrodsburg Miss Lila Breed of Louisville and Miss Rebec en Averill of Frankfort representing time Womens Clubs M A Scovell pure food Commissioner and Dr Mc Cormitk of Bowling Green Secretary of the State Board of Health The work done by Mrs Crane will be under the auspices of the Womens Clubs of the State Dr McCormack who was here on his way to Washington announced that the entire summer will be de voted to an investigation of the sum mer resorts and hotels of the State with a view to determine health conditions there PROMINENT FARMER DIES James Corbin of Bath County Pass es Away- OW1NGSVILLE Ky March 22 James Corbin a prominent and weal thy farmer of this county died sud denly at his home near Rcynoldsville of heart disease Ho had many friends throughout this section Mr Corbin was one of the notable exam pIes of thrift starting with very little and amassing a great fortune He owned about 700 acres of the host land in this county lIe leaves a wi dow and one child 17 years of age Keep Busy There would be fewer empty hearts If there were morn occupied mind and busier bodies Both the body and the mind are restless when they have nothing to do Keep busy exer cisco stir around Activity Is the law of the universe Even the world has to take its daily exercise and turn Itself about TRY ANEWSWANT v v ADVERTISEMENT i i Zif r y j JF t CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer Ward Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less iHah 20 words No item charged books for less than 25 ceritst There continuous insertions of saina item at double the onelime rate For 250 lines or mpri used with one yearf4 nrline FORRENtt1T 7room dwelling 15 00 5room dwelling 18 00 6room dwelling 1230Htf Jroom dwelling 5room dwelling 12 00 E 11ITHE REAL ESTATE MAR SALE CR RENT Tvo desir IFOR dwellings one on Haggard the other corner of Burns andBcckncr W P AZBILTi 5 2lilmolt il V FOR SALECheap graplippttonaj and about 30 records also targje Morning Glory horn Address NV R B this office 1O tf t sL rIJfiWANTEDTo Irply at The News office 217tf li WIRE FENCEIstill build all Kinds of wire fence Ii in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217 f FOR SALE Old papers for saleat this office 21Pff WANTEDTo take ord rs for may ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Q61 loge street Home phone G5- 4311lmo uj1bredat 75 cents for 15 H EL WITT 109 French avjDnue 315lmb WANTED Refrigerator of good size secondhanded one preferred Apply at this office 316ot FOR SALE Clover hay good 8 pet ton in barn W J DICKEY Rural Route 3 3173t FOR SALE Eggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Tome phone 311 817lmby WANTED Young limit between 15 and 20 years of good habits de siring to work in or learn the painting business Apply FRANKRQY 14 North Maim 3iTm JUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and mill kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Maui and Washington street 317lmo WANTEDAt once an energetic boy between the age of 16 and 20 to clerk AI ply at this office aissk FOR SALE Plymouth Rock squaj s to eat Fat dainty delicious JEuy one Cull UD Home phono 5 W K GUMMING Lexington avenue 3193t LOST One enting horse cphtb hy color and of medium size Return to A F BYRD 510 Collego SJttde J 9qS- TRAY COLTStrayed into m m cry stable No 15 WestWasfung ton street a yearling hbESrcnlIir bay long tailamid nine BIRL TURNER 317tf WANTED A young mrin to learn insurance business Loafers need not apply Apply box 418t Win chester Ky 320qtl I FO J115sstreet phone 204 32tr3Fv If you have any lettering or other work to be done in the cemetery see us WINCHESTER MONUMENT WORKS 5203t Chinese Using Modern Uibrtf The Ch1Mzre giving Ki tKe UY of their olSISBpapar umbrellas and a great forelga ramie urn brelks WhiCh Germany- and nlOf the bulk4 t rJ ISj t t J 1cr