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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 f 1 iLAit rd r5-t VOL 1 NO WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY MARCH 1909 A COPY 11 CENTS A WEEK I REELECTED ROAD Court Makes Appropriation Not Over 1350 Per Mile For Turnpike From Ford To Boonesboro tThe Clark Fiscal Court down io business Tuesday morningI Judge J IT Evans presided und all memebrs were transacted The presentI Made for building a turnpike from Ford to Boonesboro The cost is not tQ exceed 1350 per mile ana County Attorney Jeffries was directed to draw the proper order On motion of Renick seconded by Wills to elect a Road Supervisor for the ensuing two years D Haggard was unanimouslyelected The Road Supervisor was instructed to pur chase quarries by private contract or by condemnation proceedings as he may desire Friday was set apart to receive the reports of the Sheriff County Firm keeper and Superintendent- V W Bush was appointed to set tie with the County Treasurer- It was ordered that the claims of 1908 be published At noon Tuesday the court ad journed to meet again Wednesday mornnig FINES CRAP GAME PLAYERS Judge Pendleton Gives Nine Men 20 Costs issues War rants For 16 More Judge P P Pendleton quite it bray ueelting in Police Court Mon day night The men who were caught in a game in Bucktown early Sunday morning were each given 20 and costs and warrants were issued for sixteen more who escaped when the officers went to make the arrest Charley Hayes col ored was also fined 5 and costs for disorderly conduct S HOLD MEETING And Rent Rates in New Frater nit- yJOINTSBOARDS Building and Elect Nec Iessary Officers The joint Board of Trustees of the fraternity building met at their Monday night and fixed the rates of renting for the store rooms office rooms an dlodge in the new building The trustees ratified the action of the Building Committee in all they 1bad done after which the Building Committee turned the building over to the Trustees will in the future look after the building The Trustees elected Mr J A Boone chairman and W Powell secrtary and treasurer of the board i c t it7 i t l s t p w JtJ tl iflir i t s f i 34r NEVst137 23 2 DISIHAGGARDUNANIMOUSLY SUPERVISORFi- scal Of first S and and held nine crap Fix rooms rooms who S CARPENTERS ARE NOW AT WORK On Baseball Ground of the Winches ter Baseball Club For Open ing of Season r Carpenters will begin this week building the fence around the ball park repairing the amphitheatre and building bleachers for the opening of the season which begins April 27th A steam roller is at woijk rollingthe ground and when the work is completed Winchester will have one of the prettiest ball parks in1 the Blue Grass League NEW fOUNTAIN IN OPERATION Phillip Drug Store Has Just Finished Installing its New Apparatus The Phillips Drug Co finished in stalling their new L A Baker Co iceless soda fountain Monday and are now serving drinks over the counter This is the only iceless soda foun tain at present in the city and is a great improvement over the oldones The cabinet work is pf mahogany finish and al Hhe metal trimmings are of German silver The counters are of the best marblot that can be obtained and in the center of the serv ing counter a beautiful electric can dolabro is stationed and on the back counter fruit stands full of fruit are stationed which makes the place have a very inviting appearance The only ice used about the foun tain is that used around the ice cream The ice around the cream is so arranged that it cools pipes which runs through the fountain ind in this way keeps all the syrups and water cool The automatic washer is the very latest and does away with all the slop on the floor behind the counter The glass is washed by turning up side down in the washer and pressing on it which releases the water valve and in a second it is washed clean Only pure fruits will be used in the syrups VICTIM OF ACUTE INDIGESTION MT STERLING Ky March 23 James R Corbin a prosperous far mer died suddenly near Flat Creek Bathcounty Sunday of acute indi gestion He was fortyseven years oldand is survived by his wife and several children Corbin ate a hearty dinner walked on the porch and was seized by a sudden pain and died be fore a physician could reach him j nnnn vv wnnnnni iThe Merchant Who Advertises Is Working For YOU yourIThe nonadvertising seek patronage your ajiyou conferIthem The progressive merchants pays attention to YOU deserving to have YOUR attention in return They are on their metal all the time to secure values for yon that will stand inspectionthat will stand ADVERTISINGt IItheS your approval ever in mind He must find youextra value things for you he must protect t YOUwithI lon qualities on prices He is enlisted in your service And the merchant is NOT f vL rwvvwvwvi vwv tfur jiF 1iikFI i i ritr 7r OFFICIAL CALL fOR PRIMARY Democratic Committee Meets and Adopts Rules and Provides For Assessment of Candidates the meeting of the Democratic IA for Clark county held on 22nd day of March 1909 it was ordered1st That a Primary Election beheld on Tuesday the 25th day of May 1909 for the purpose of nominating Democratic condidates for the follow ing offices towit County Judge County Attorney County Clerk Cir cuit Clerk Jailer Assessor School Superintendent Sheriff Rep senta tive Surveyor Coroner Magistrate and Constable to be voted for at the November election 1909 that for the purpose of holding said primary the polls shall be opened at eachvoting place in Clark county from six a m to four p m on said day and that all persons who are devoted to the principles of the Democratic party and desire to see those principles pre vail and who by participating in said primary will feel in honor bound to support the nominees of said primary and who will be legal voters in the precincts wherein they will offer to vote at the final election and whoI were legal voters at November tion 190Sj and such young men as will become tvcntyonc by the final election and desire to cast their polit ical lot with the Democratic primary shall be entitled to vote in said pri mary at their respective precincts In the city of Winchester the general law with regard to the qualifications- of voters shall be followed No per son who voted the Republican ticket at the November election 19 OS shall be allowed to vote in said Democratic primary2nd For the purpose of defraying the expenses of said primary the following assessments tire made Each candidate for County Judge 50 j for Sheriff 50 for County Attorney 25 County Court Clerk 25 Circuit Clerk 25 Jailer 20 School Super intendent 15 Representative 25 Assessor 20 Surveyor 5 Coroner 5 Magistrate 5 and Constable 2 andall persons desiring to make tire race for the nomination of any of said oflices shall pay the sum so assessed to J M Stevenson Chairman of this Committee on or before the 10th lay of April 1909 with the understanding that if the total amount thus asscsed exceeds the expenses of the primary the excess shall be ratably refunded and if the amount is insufficient the candidates shall ratably make up the deficiency3rd this Committee meet at the court house in Winchester on the llth day of May 109ffor the pur pose of selecting the officers to con duct said primary and if by said time only one person for any one of said offices has paid his assessment such person shall be declared the nominee for that office but shall not be relieved of paying the sum assess ed for that office 4th This Committee shall meet at the court house on Thursday May the 27th 1909 receive and canvass the returns rind declare the result of said primary 5thThat the Chairman and Secretary of this Committee be and they are hereby directed to give public notice of said primary election for at least fortydays prior to May 25th 1909 by posting a notice at the court house door and at least forty other public places in the county stating the date of said primary election the hours between which it will beheld the offices for which candidates are o be nominated and places at which polls will be opened at said primary 6th That the Chairman of this Committee be and he is hereby authorized to attend to printing of bal lots to secure necessary supplies and to have so much of the registration books in the various precincts in the city ag may be necessary copied as provided by law and to attend to the delivery of various supplies ordered to the election officers in accordance with law after they have been select ed at the same time specified by law and to receive the return of said pri mary election at the office of the County Court Clerk in the court house in Winchester Ky and within the time and manner provided by statute J M STEVENSON Chairman Democratic Committee LB COCKRELL Secretary T Mrs WJ Eckley is visiting Jn Lexington this weekr J Jt 1J i ft COLONEL GOETHAIS HEAD OF PANAIia CANAL WORK AND MAP SHOWING NEW SHIP CHANNEL The most encouraging news received from Panama in a long time was con famed in dispatches reporting William II Tafts visit to CuI bra On that occasion Colonel Goethals told the president elect that ships would be passing through the canal in January 1915 Mr Tuft found the work progressing so satisfactorily that he was inclined to agree vith the army engineer Mr Taft also saw the first ship steam out the new channel from La Boca The vessel was the Newport of the Pacific Mail company and the event was marked by a big celebration in Panama The dotted line on this map shows the direction of the deep water channel fron the southern end of the canal toward the Pacific ocean ENGLISH EXPEDITION IS SAID TO HAVE REACHED SOUTH POLE Lieut Ernest Shakieford Of British Hayy Succeeds In SearchLeft England JUly1907 Special to The News LONDON lIrcil23 = Information has reached here that tha Antartic expedition under Lieut Ernes t Slink leford of British Navy has reached the south pole They left England July 1907 TO ORGANIZE UNifORM RANK Special Meeting of W 0 Wto Be Held Tuesday Night atthe Lodge RoomsI Major T S Nelligan of Louisville Camp Woodmen of the World arrived in town Monday and will go to work at once organizing a Uniform Rank W 0 W here A There has been muChenthusiasm in the local lodge since the State Head Camp meeting have the first of March when the Louisville degree tema and Uniform Rankwere here A special meeting win be held at the lodge rooms Tuesday night at 730 Prm for this purpose and a full attendance is desired WORK IN IVANHOE LODGE Ivanhoe LodgeKnigjits of Pythias will have work in the se jpnd degree Thursday night PrCf J L Bosley will deliver an ad4ressa time close1 of the ceremonies and ye ytnembe ot the order lb requested to beipresenty bi y t 7 ft St CJ Rrizkp 1I ti d Jr r HOSE WAGON EXPECTED SOON Floor of Fire Department Being Re modeled and Strengthened To Hold New Apparatus Mr J W Wheeler has a large force of men at work at the fire depart ment remodeling the floor and doing some other work preparatory to the arrival of the new automobile hose Wagon which will be in in ten da or two weeks Word was received from thee factory by Chief A R Baldwin tins week that the machine was completed and about ready for shipment and he thinks it should not take more than ten days to get it hove ROCHESTER WINS BY ONLY SMALL SCORE Defeats Lexington In One of the Best Early Games Ever Seen LEXINGTON Ky March 23 The few fans who braved the chilly weather yesterday afternoon fo see the Rochester and Lexington teams inaction were rewarded bygone of the most interesting contest ever seen so early in the season in Lexington Led by manager Ganzel the local boys made a game fight for victory bu the Hustlers proved too much for them winning by the close score of- 2 a1 t i i 6 i ti f + 1 s t5 WHITLA BOY IS RETURNED TO HIS FATHER CLEVELAND Sharon Attorney Keeps Faith With His Sons Abductors M fajs Y6f Ransom Oem anded By Them v Special to The News OLEVELANDOhioirMarch 231 Cheering crowds escorted James Whitla and his son Willie to the sta fOrIhomethere were no arrests here in the kid napping case Special to The Ncws- YOUNGSTOwN 23xWhitla arrived hors at 942 this morning and was driven to the Po lice Station The boy failed to identify Joseph Wess as one of his abductors r Cleveland O March 23Llttle Willie Whitla who has caused the po lice of the entire country endless worry since he was kidnaped from school in Sharon last Thursday was returned to his father at the Hollen den hotel here In compliance with an agreement entered into between the kidnaped boys father and an agent of the kid papers here the boy was placed on a streetcar on the outskirts of the city and started to the hotel Two boys named G W Ramsey and Ed Maho- ney recognized the lad on the car and taking him in charge conducted him to his father who was in waiting according toa prearranged plan which he had followed at the dicta tion of the kidnapers The boy wan dered about the hotel lobby unannounced for several minutes asking bellboys for his father before the lat ter knew his son was in the big foyer The moment the anxious parent heard that a strange boy was in the hotel sauntering in aimless fashion he rushed across the lobby grasped him In his arms and smothered ais face with kisses An attempt had been made to din guise the lad He wore a pair of molted glassesand a large tan cap which was pulled down over his ears and the father said it would have been difficult to recognize time boy in Such a garb had he passed him on streetWillie in perfect health He says that he has been well treated and ever since his capture has been constantly indoors He believes he was taken from Sharon to Warren and thence to Newcastle Pa It is his opinion expressed in a happy school boy way that he was in Ashtabula Saturday night at the time his father was to leave his 10000 in Flatiron parkWhitla senior refused to state whether he had paid the ransom or not He said that he received a let ter from the kidnapers at his home in Sharon saying that if he called at a confectionery store in the east end of Cleveland he would be told how to secure his boy unharmed and well fedHe at onto left Sharon for Cleve land He was unaccompanied His immediate family and the private detectives he apprised of the proposed secret meeting but insisted that he make the trip alone Every one of them was warned that he must be allowed to go unheeded and no at tempt at the capture of the kidnapers be made Whitla was certain that if he spoiled the plans of his sons cap tors he would never seo the lad again His experience at Ashtabula served as a warning He went to a candy store in the East End Witn him he carried the 10000 expecting that it would be demanded of him there He was met by a woman who detailed to him the theceagerness of a distracted parent Whitla agreed to them immediately Detectives in his employ said that he paid the money but on this point the father declines lo commit himself Half an hour later he returned to the Hollenden hotel and awaited developments In the meantime little Willie the kidnaped boy feeling comparatively safe in the hands of his kidnapers for he was treated kindly and even at this time does not realize what terri ble danger he was in eras being pre pared for his return to hisfather the woman tit the candy store had done her duty She communicated with the captors of the boy and told them that the father had made no attempt to trap them The kidnapers were satisfied But Whitla Sr declines to name the woman in charge of the confectionery store aid almost dares the police to locate her So the boy was brought from his hiding where it 1JU noon vlraows thetcitywhfch would brhag hint top tom quickly Tie ldcLar accermlin to- j1f t ftJ t G tv i tJ OAr f tU Vff if b itJ L l tt tj II THE rxty oNdy =wx1Mr p K CENTS IN t 15WilPe 7Tho mysterious one and the youngster skipped in schoolboy fashion toward the trolley line jesting In the mean time 5t A few rods from the Car line the man stopped the boy Pulling a pair of smoked glasses from his pocke + he adjusted them to the lads head with the remark Youll look better in these The sides of the black yarn cap were pulled carefully over the boys ears A slip which Willie was to hand to the conductor was put iii the boys pocket It read Send this boy to the Ho lend hotel double quick Willie says the magi told him that If anybody asked him who took him to the car line to tell them It wits Mr Jones Just tell them your namo Js JOIf 0 s toqif you want fo said tile kid naper All right Mr Jones said Willie f Presently a car came into view and the mysterious Mrl Jones dreg the boy closer to him Well Willie you are going dpwh7 town now and you will see your papa pretty soon hesaid i This delighted Willie He swung onto the car quickly accordingRto paldtoboysand disappeared after waving 4a friendly adieu The boy gazed about the car for a familiar face He saw no one lie knew Presently Edward Mahoney who is a 17yearold boy of jolly visage came into the car He sat down in the seat with the boy Maho ney like most every other person In Cleveland last night was looking for little Willie Whitla the lddnaped boy ISo when his eyes righted on Willie ihe a conversation Whats your name he queried Jones answered Willie true to his s kidnaper friend But Mahoney wins not to befooledV He called his friend Ramsey over from another part of the car and I showed him Willie He suggested that it might be the missing child Then Willie showed them his transfer slip saying that he should be put off at the Hollenden hotel and they were convinced had accomplished more than hadall the sleuths In the country The boys now willing companions l took Willie to the hotel Ho skipped through the doors ahead of them into the lobby The boys partly lost track of him in the crowd so anxious was the youngster to catch agllmpae of a face he loved And then again Maho- ney and Ramsey were not surebC their abilities as sleuths when they got in view of a crowd Willie did not see his father mother or sister in the lobby Walking over to the clerk he asked Have you seen my papa 1 Who is he boy he was asked vOh Im Mr Whltlas Willie he t replied The crowd nearest the boy who heard the words rushed In around him The lad was shoved up against the hotel counter and the scene close ly resembled a panic Across the lobby the father hla eyes red from weeping heard the piping voice of his son Frantic with joy at the sound he rushed through the office corridor and In a moment was fighting his way through the spectators Plunging and squirming knocking bystanders right and left the frenzied parent made his way to the bewildered boy In 1mi keJ OCKers standing solemnly with automobile goggles in front of the clerks desk The kidnaped boy saw his parent coming He qpened his Ups to speakl The words were never spoken Grasping Willie in his arms the hapjJy father lifted the boy into bis arms and planted a score of kisses on his lips uIts my boy my darling Willie he cried r i Tears gushed from his oyes He pressed the child to his breast and hugged him tightly Willie smileo a little He was glad ta see his papa but he did not realize what all tHe fuss was about h When the crowd realized that the r kidnaped child had been returned tq its parent a cheer rang out Fortthrefi minutes the handclapping and shout ins continued There were cheerS for the boy and then cheers for tfce fatherzV Stripping off the laos cap aM tlM smoked glasses Whitla revwrie flx r boys bare head lot the first tile lie lifted the lad high about kisMiM that eyy one might get a i4 yfcn the now famous ytnYnMir x1of e near to rlrsdli t Ross oika a largos 1 tr ft r tt J if rf 1 It i t t 1 y r J i i i 1i mCW 4 TfJ11 oJJ J f l I Lof Itftff ItAX t 7 n ir r i J 0 i f iJ x TTT THE WINCHESTER lNES 1J 1 IC tl WS iil iiJ IL Ir b t JUS Wfoctoitef Ntwi Co rIiM iWi Niiti Main tieet t jKI Y t fota Ext suhciy jJtr d assmatter1SWi at the omce i tj x ticki1liideftJi 9 + 7j1 SlilSCFUPTIQN RATES ViKonJitai wek 19 ijable at office or to coUicter1 iiiwibk 4 Mall Delivery M jftur 300 ii iionthii 150 n5 YayabIn aviidd f DviERTis1NQ RATS CbII1ayPPer Inchs bMar qljo1Ji 25 iur within one week 5Q yrwtifc Continuously 100 M dildar inonth 300 iteii ioiif times a week 240 IM WfeS ihree times a week 180 1i20cJrperiiiiJ 3 i3 pir tent- dR1UflU Notices Per Line liiiftMii notices body type 712c fii rJMiing news headings 15u q J2Otk Phones No 91 fLJAYMARCH 23 1909 rp RALliYtiF THE REACTIONARIES a44 Jf Friends of progressive government an iguarfed ai policies everywhere gjipul take note that the strongest ahd jnost determined effort yet made byjthe reactionaries to regain their Jost advantage jg npw under way systempIWB widespread Jt is heavily finan cjed If M zeAching ontfor allies in ithexpected places And what is mor tiias4maae- some gains Theodore Roosevelt was the cre htorandproIIiofer of many of these Ijfcie q long af his power was unkampered bV the set limitations ofjhig fficial service the country xmadet substantial jprpgress toward higher ideals in business in politics and i gyen IDs ciJtl ethics His en tliusiasm or national rightepiisness manyiii14P1 l s lljii ent that eyen a reluctant Congress Avjis forced to make im fj v butTJIIJTTr to people VThe1 flit organized movement to bnbgabo it natipnal reaction was the ejEqrt to prevent the nomination of In p ogjessive Republican to succeeds ft RpPsevelt But the people would I a haV iti They chose Mr Taft 4Hp based his candidacy on the Roo 1iciS1 and ands pledged to thfint But the reactionaries he spared no means that money ajfit cunning and deception and mis- ejxesenhttion could employ to con- fWet1i eole and the new admin iiil4qjj4ey linvo taken tlio nf mast advantage of every conserva tiiyact oc utterance of the nev Pres idfntjto dictet1t a new xapiqn ary7order is at hand They have frferidijiaitariff bill that on its face d4ipjtes ubstantial reduction in lID port duties but which is so based lh reference to appraisement and t rapjBUQatlon pf Iheina3dmum duty that no one can satisfactorily show h0 l faritinay be an improvement over the present law- ieleqiQtis CrY for rest and prosperity which falsely implies s Hiatjtiievprogressive activities of Pfe idieht Roosevelt were opposed to 0 PR1n set up It has b eiifpromulgatcd in ways calculated tpjdeeeiye gppd men mid enlist them in jUiet ctionarymociinL Theo rporations have naver been more r llth1l arepoV in the tiHiir jirvState Legslatures Jiaj fiMWthg deteloprnents have IpUlS of Missouri j arid Kai eii which Stgtepypresumed ay had eloeted progressive Legis fttureS Certain court rulings have sufgtstad thissam reftctioriary ten meyV All along the line the fullest y J lJrt 1i LIOr 1J1t = f 7 t p ibwlij 1 fthe ciitn e in the national adminis Vtrahoij to convey to the public the idea that this change means the end 9ipToZrQyo policies The struggle again Cannon in the lower House re sulted iu an almost complete victory for the allied interests t All this arrogant assumption is grossly unjust to the clearly defined J stand of President Taft and if it is hot also unjustto the people at large then the nationwas merely aroused to- P feverish impulse not to strong assertive determined conviction The raJtipf fhereactipnaries must be mqt with an overwhelming rally of the progressives THE QUESTION OF COPY MrnbO hV lr r1el ihavc written editorials in advance for sev eral months to appear in the Outlook after he has gone to Africa Editorials to serve their true pur pose ought to come straight from the bat They should be the product of an inspiration that liasnot had lime to cool off One can always tell h newspaper man who is known to the profession as a good provider by Iris editorials They are written in a tyle that will make them do just as jvell three weeks from now as today They dont mean anything in particu lar and are really designed to fill pace They have a way of shooting at a deer and killing a calf There are some writers though whose stuff is always freshno matter when it is used An editor who strikes straight at the bulls eye is bound to be interesting Truth doesnt change and error is affected little by a change of date The exPresident belongs to this Class He dials in vital things and in questions whose moral import mak es them always timely No matter how much COpy he may l avc on tho hook for the Outlook when he goes away to Africa it will be worth read ing It will be like Roosevelt and ammgull of the people who have suffered discomfort throuerhthe exPres ident none of them have ever ac cused him of being stale WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best 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 Lights for gas and electricity We have what you want T S BUSH 3i8eodimp HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA Oil of Wintergreen Thymol Glycer ine4Etcf Used as a Simple Wash It really seems strange that so- many people stiffer year in and year out with eczema when it is now no longer a secret that oil of winter green mixed with thymol glycerine etc makes a wash that is bound to care Old obstinate cases it is true can not be cured in a few days but there is absolutely no suffcrcr from eczema who ever used this simple wash and did not find immediately that wonder fully soothing calm cool sensation that comes when the itch is taken away Instantly upon apulying a few drops of tie wash the remedy takes effect the itch is allayed There is no need of experiment the patient knows at once x Instead of trying to compound the oilof wintergreen thymol glycerine etc in the right proportions ourselves we are using a prescription which is universally fotind the most effective It is known as the DD D Prescription or Oil of Wintcrgreeri Compound It is made by the D D CootChicago and oiir Jorig ex perience with this remedy has given us great confidence iir its merits Phillips Drug Co S Main st Agood cook needs a good cooking Rage The t Favorite ranje beats ten all T S BUSH ilfIt M f Slfteodlmo The stumbllng Block Td tell my friends frankly of all my faultSt says th PhItopher of Folly but for one thing Theyd bteve itoat I told em if IYOUr library needs a light you will at T S BUSHS 3l8eodTmotat 3 LITRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTiSEMEfrr i i 5KS r 1L1 T Ho 1 tiYTbAICA t i Ship Bearing HUn and His Party r J 7 Sans Today DUE AT NAPLES APRIL 3 t H f Crowd Sees ForfnerPresident Off at Hoboken Pier = Youngsters Good Wishes Bring Sthilenlth His Face The Hamburg Carrying Him to Eu rope and the Admiral on Which He Will Sail For Africa Among the Finest Vessels Afloat v y New York March 23Out on the bosom of the ocean as the writers have it Is Theodore Roosevelt with his party of lion hunters They are aboard the HamburgAmerican line steamer Hamburg which cast off her lines from her Hoboken pier this morning and to the music of the whistles of numerous ferryboats tus and other vessels sailed down the bay with her distinguished passenger Accompanying Mr Roosevelt or Colonel Roosevelt as some wise reporters addressed him on the pier this morning winning thereby a smile are his son Kermit Roosevelt Major Edgar A Mearns medical corps U S A retired Edmund Heller and J Alden Loring The last named three men accompany Mr Roosevelt as rep resentatlves of the Smithsonian insti tution while the younger Roosevelt is official photographer of the expedi tion Crowd on the Pier The long pier to which the Ham burg was moored was jammed this morning with persons gathered to see the Roosevelt party sail 1ney made the pier ring with their cheers for the voyager from the time of his arrival from New York city until the Ham burg sailed He was mightily pleased with the reception and showed his gratification by his smiles and the fre quency with which he lifted his hat in response to greetings To a request for a formal statement of his plans Mr Roosevelt returned a smiling de nial It has all been printed over and over again he said and I have nothing to say- Among the most enthusiastic of the cheering crowd when the Hamburg moved slowly away from her pier was a small boy who had crowded to the very limit permitted by the authori ties of the steamship line His last cry Goodby Teddy take care of yourself brought a smile even to the face of the expresident who seemed then a little tired of smiling Two Fine Ships Carry Party The Hamburg Is due at Naples on April 3 Mr Roosevelt and his party will remain In the Italian city two days saling thence on the Admiral of the German East African line on April 5 The Hamburg is oneof the finest vessels of the HamburgAmeri can line and is the favorite ship of the German emperor The Admiral Is her equal in all tle comforts and con veniences needed for the not trip through the Suez canal down the Red sea and along the moist and sticky coast of East Africa The Admiral is due at Mombasa wnqre the Roosevelt party will disembark on April 22 On his arrival at Mombasa Mr Roosevelt and his party will go direct to the estate of Sir Alfred Pease a member of the well known English Quaker family which Is situated at Kilima Theki Kapitp plains British lEast African Protectorate and r9main there for three months during the heavy rains Will Visit American In Africa Afterward the Roosevelt party will go to Nairobi and pay a visit to the estate of Philip MacMillan who is head of an American company that has a concession of 100 square miles in the district They will cross Lake Victoria early in December and enter Uganda when the dry season com mences in order to do the 37 days march to Gondokoro in fine weather- It is expected that the Roosevelt expedition will complete its trip through the dark continent in the spring of next year reaching Cairo about April 1 1910 WOMEN AMONG CROWD Police Charge Saves a Band of Non union Hatmakers Orange N J March 23Women among an angry crowd of 200 persons played a part in an attack upon a dozen men who arrived at the rail road station here to go to work at the hat factory of F Berg Company where a strike Is in progress A force of 25 police was obliged to charge the mob In which were a number of demonstrative women when the arriving workmen were hooted and a serious attack upon them seem findMartinby one of the missiles and slightly in jured The police charge cleared the railroad tracks and square the mob being driven back amid shrieks of tIre women and some slight resistance from the men Balloonists Believed Lost Los Angeles Cal March 23No word Has come rtnirtthotsla then in the balloon America I Ituis feared they havt Den Jostin the moh 1talnJ in the lidst of a terrific blizzard now raging th re i I J 1 VtAOAlNPTEPR3 Ir ProfesrtrStarrAga in Predict Roose velts Death In Africa- N w York March 23 Professor Frederick Starr of the Ualvergity of Chicsgo who is at present in this city repeated the prediction which he has made several times before that Mr Roosevelt would not return alive from the dark continent Professor Starr said For two rea sons I expect Mr Rooseveit will not return from Africa his age and his quick temper No man can expect to go into the dangerous climates of the African wilds at 50 or more and come out alive The strange unidentified fevers which abound there are with stood witn difficulty even by the youngest and sturdiest blood For a man of the expresidents age the at tempt is suicidal Then the matter of temper In the tropics there is nothing more danger ous than a quick temper such as Mr Roosevelt has Sudden outbreaks of temper it is well known frequently result fatally in those regions The natives have a way of expressing it they say that a man dies from going into a rage fit would be much better if Roose velt would change his plans and take a trip up the Great Lakes Prospect Man Disappears Marion 0 March 2It is feared that Samuel Sylvester 40 of Pros pect unmarried who hits been de spondent of late has killed himself He left his home Tuesday nightto buy some groceries Shortly thereafter the roceries were found on the back porch but he has not been seen since GOVERNOR RESIGNS BY WIRE New Mexicos Executive WiippeEdI- tor of Santa Fe Paper Washington March 23 The tele graphic resignation of Governor Curry of New Mexico has been recejvfed at the interior department and will be acted upon today by President Taft and Secretary Ballinger It is under stood that the resignation followed a personal encounter between the gov ernor and AF J Loomis editor of the Santa Fe Eagle which published an article on statehood and the state- hOod lobby which Governor Curry considered a personal reflection It is said that Loomis was roughly han dIed in the encounter Veterans Plead For Kline Sand sky 0 March 23Through Captain J C Cummings of Marys ville a member of the board of trustees about 500 inmates of the Ohio Soldiers and Sailors home veterans of John T Toland post G A R will beseech Governor Harmon to use his influence In behalf of General J W R Cline the commandant of the in stitution whose removal at this time they contend would be prejudicial to thebest interests of the entire colony DISTILLERY IS SCORCHED Fire Consumes 28000 Barrels of Whisky at Danville Ky Danville Ky March 23 Fire starting in the main warehouse of Searcys distillery at McBrayer north of here destroyed 28000 barrels of whisky valued at 300000 Two ware rooms of the distilling plant were also destroyed The origin of the fire is unknown Lumbermen Organize For Fight Chicago March 23At a meeting of lumbermen held here it was decid ed to send a committee of 10 to Washington to fight tho Payne bill which contemplates a revision of the lumber duties Delegates from other states will join the Chicagoans in Washington The lumbermen declare that the Payne bill discriminates against tim west north and south in favor of the east i I Race Commission Illegal Covington Ky March 23Judge Harbeson Jn county circuit court ren dered his decision in the noted case of the Latonia Jockey club against the KeItucky racing commission holding the law establishing the corn- mission as unconstitutional The ef feet of the decision is to place Lato nia racing back tc its former basis Objectional References Eliminated New Orleans March 23All references declared objectionable to the south in readers which were recently adopted as text books for use in the public schools of Louisiana will be eliminated THE MEAT Of IT Joseph Swan for forty years ma rine reporter for the Associated Press at New York dropped dead in his office at the Battery Secretary of War Dickinson will sell all the junk acquired by the gov erame when it purchased the Pan ama canal The St Joseph Mo Star has sus pended publication after three years existence as an afternoon penny paper Point Pleasant the first town to vote under the West Virginia local option law went wet by a large ma jority Turkish troops fired upon a party of mutinous reservists at Jaman kill ing and wounding 15 of the number John H Starin noted steamship owner is dead at his home in New York The business enter of Vii 75000 was destroyed by BoydtonI Governor Hugheslias refused to in terfere in tho case of Mary Farmer rjlSa P1 ofJ r 1 r 7 4 t WHISKY W4REHQJUSE t BURNEP 10884225000 TwentyEight Hundred BrrtofLiquor at the Old Joe Distil lery in Anderson Con sumed- LAWRENCEBURG Ky March 2- 2tThe whisky warehouse of Wiley Searcy proprietor of the Old Joe distillery sIx miles from this city burned yesterday destroying about 2800 barrels of whisky aggregating a loss of something near 225000 of which the United States Government sustained about 150000 and the re mainder 75000 by Mr Searcy The origin of the fire is unknown This is one of the oldest distilleries in the county having been established in 1818 NEGROES WHO TRIED TO KILL OFFICER JAILED Dude Clark and Mamie Lewis Are Brought Back to Nich olasville- NICIIOLASVILLE Kv Mardi 23 Dude Clarkand Mamic Lewis the negroes who attempted to kill Chief of Police Andrew eobb last Septem ber and who were arrested in Day ton 0 last week have been brought here and placed in jail The negroes were indicted by the grand jury on the charge of malicious cutting and wounding with intent They will be tried at the June term of court Bishop Mites of the Covington diO- cese conducted the services at St Lukes Catholic church last night He had a large audience many protest ants being in the congregation ROAD AND FARM EXPERTS FOR FARMERS INSTITUTES FRANKFORT Ky March 23 Government experts on good roads and general farm management were promised Commissioner Rankin for this years farmers institutes throughout the State by D A Brodie of the frm inanp eineiit department of the United States Department of Agriculture here today Mr Brodie is conducting some experimental work near Versailles DESERVED COMPLIMENT FOR SENATOR PAYNTER WASHINGTON March 23Seii ator Paynrar has received a fine corn pliment from the Senate Committee on Committees which has recom mended that an additional place for a Democrat be created on the Judiciary Committee and that Senator Paynter be appointed there As there was no vacancy and none was created for him in order to give him a place on this important committee Sena tor Paynter cmiiiiot help feeling corn plimented STANFORD BOY INJURED STANFORD Ky March 23 Harvey McRoberLs Jr the fiveyear sldnof 11 J Roberts one of Stanfords leading merchants was so badly injured by attempting to jump on a moving wagon loaded with hay at his fathers residence near this place that his dea the resulted a few minuptes later befoie medical assist alice could be given him TO SECURE DAVIS HOMESTEAD Special Efforts Put Forth1 toi Establish Memoria- lHOPKINSVILLE Ky March 23 The project to convert info a public park the farm at Fairview lying ini the line between Todd and Chris lion counties on which Jefferson Davis was born as memorial to the president of the Confederacy is growing wider and more generaLday by day and everything points to the successful culmination of the efforts jiow being put forth to this end The options which are now held on the property desired will expire on April 27 and the chief concern of the promoters is to secure the neces sary funds s6 that these options may be closed at that time Time only threatening feature of the case is that the people not realinz the shortness of the time will be slow in making contributions and thus let the time expire Should the land not be se Cured under these options it is be lieved they could not a gain be renewed at anythinglike the low pric es how agreed upon To tIiiend special efforts arc being put forth to get the money by that time and se cure time property WITHDRAWS FROM RACE Jailer George 1L Hart has with tdrawn from the race for renomina tion in the Democratic primaries Mr Hart has made a capable mind efficient jailer The state of his health is one of time given out causes for his re tirement BOUGHT A HORSE CG Osborne bought a horse this week of C B Ecton Jr for 140 r i lSS f 1- 13LECTRII TV I IfJII c t W IIHYjnyour home when you can put clean healthful lights at a very lampTungsten I as day therefore males readini at night a pleasure Vontyou drop in and let us ex plain the nieritsof this new and beautiful light to you and the saving intheconsumption electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly doneI PHONE 730 Ropair wroK a specailty I Winchester Electric Supply Co I You Cannot Answer These I Questiuns I IlWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one tit a time when you cnn stretch out in a full bath tent pered to suit you and can dp so every morning if you wish 1 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and lana dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances 6n drinking germfilled cistern water when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River Phillips Kerr Bioc I10 N Main 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you caitliavo it with green gra ft blooming flowers and duhaWlfe same imc get rid of the ifsftfh the street V It5Vhy veniences you aaa tiave everything for the comfort anS health of your family rightin the house GIs it not true that the answer is notlackof money lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting tlia most out of life C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works Co INCOHrORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all it Youll be surmised at how inexpensive these privileges are I litS a Comfort to workIf with ourmill specialties Every post arch cap or moulding fits so easily into place with little or no sawing or planing That means a quick job as well satisfactory one And quickness spells economy So if you plan any building repairing or improving come here for mill work that will cut in half both the time and the costI R P SCOBEE SON COINCO RP ORATED Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 42000 4 WJSOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Will give youcotirteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us D Simpson Pres IIJ T F V Pres filled when put about A H Hampton Cashier J W Poynter Asst Cashier I t 1 Electric Current We Furnish Electric Current Dayand NigHt for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current for Motors toif Do YoufWashingi rRun Your Sewing Machine Run Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair y IroningIWe Furnish Current for All Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for Less Money THan Anyother Plan- tS fV t f tKentucKy- Winchester Railway Light Ice Co t UCOXJOKATE J 21 hJ i Ji Jif J r FP 7 J r It j j r J jj tI THE WlkCHESTEfr HEWS p PM UlTM J themIinlII of t CHBOWEN 1 p = j SOCIETYCard Party Mrs John Clelland entertained a few friends in compliment to Miss Sara Peak of Louisville the interesting guest of Miss Allan Crutcher WIthcarda at her beautiful country home Mrs Clelland was assisted in en tertaining by Mrs Anna S Tarley and Miss Frances Pendleton who eftnothing undone for the pleas are of tbeguests- Eudue was enjoyed until a late hour when amost delicious lunch was served at the small tables Mrs Clellands guests for the eveIning were Misses Sara Peak Louisville the honor guest Mary and Allan Crutcher Ormie Hodgkin iTlorrye Smith Ella Pendeton Eve lyn Price Frances Pandleton Di and Mrs J Odgen Crutcher Mrs Frank Pendleton Mrs Anna S Tur ley Messrs Wallace Woods Tom and John Weathers Lyle Robb Eidd Allen Joe Nunelley Charles Clelland William Shropshire Lee Wheeler Baldwin Brs Howard and Walter Lyon have fitted up a handsome office suite on the recently refitted Matt Bean block on Fairfay street The rehearsal for the college play began last night Most of the cast were present The play will be called The College Coquette and will be very interesting They will meet again on Wednesday night at the Court House PERSONAL l L Ir Mr H iisonThomaslvasiu 1ea ington last night to see Polly of the Circus Judge Benton and Mr James F Winn were in Richmond Sunday Miss Goldie Perry attended Polly of the Circus last night in Lexiug tonIfrom New Orleans La where she attended the Clarke Thompson wed ding last week =Misses Jane and Edna Gaitskill Dr Ernest Cole and Mr Robert Taylor attended U Polly at the Cir cusl in Lexington last night Miss Julia Graves spent Monday in Lexington Pure Foods 1Ferndell Jeweler and Optician I Mr Harrison Scott of Lexington spent Monday in town MrsBen Judey of North Middle townis the guest of Mrs Louis Ha ganMr and Mrs wen Gibson of North Middletown are the guests of Mr and Mrs G T Bradley Mr H F Bradley received a telegram Sunday from Albugquer que New Mexico informing him of the dangerous illness of his son Robert Thp latter is very low of tuberculosis and his death is expect ed at any time Messrs Harvey Prewitt and James Bogie of Mt Sterling wore in town yesterday Mr John Bonde on Georgetown spent Sunday here Miss Edith McGinnis returned to her home in Eminence yesterday after a delightful visit with Mrs Walker Lancaster Fanine Suo Bush of Lexing IMiss the guest of friends here PayneIMr Jesse Hampton of Owings ville was in town yesterday Mr R D Gordon returned va from a visit to relativesin M 9tlickThe many friends of Mr Cecil Parks are glad to know that he is able to walk about Dr J L Weber of Mt Sterling was here yesterday on business I Mi Caswell Pretvitt of Mt Sterling was in town yesterday- Mr Prewitt VanMetor of Lexing tons pent yesterday in town Mr John L Talbott of North Middletown as in town yesterday Miss Pen leton is the charming guest of Mrs D wight Poudletonv Mr Will Crimm of Chilesburg was in town Monday Mr H G Garrett Misses Winnie Garrett and Besso Bryd spent Satur day in Clay City Messrs Haley of Fay otto county were in town Monday Mr James H Martin left for Louisville Monday afternoon Mrs Margaret Exium who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Andrew Hampton returned to her home in Lexington Monday after noon Mr M V Miller of Greenup was in town Monday Miss Willie Hieatt returned to 1 MIL = 1 b Z Phenominal Prices offered on Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets dont fail to see us before you buy as our stock is larger and better this year than ever before and it is universally known that when you buy from us you are always sure of Quality and Quantity We have given special attention to our Garden and Flower Seeds and know we ear s ry the best to be had Do not be misled by cheaper and inferi or gradesi V I Remember Our Prices ARE LtIC i- TRW1RounsavaII 6 GoI SOLE AGENTS Candies Chase 6 Sanborns CoffeesIPrices Lard and S BOTH PHONES No 40 I jf1 c y r J iiiC t 77 i Gteorx town Goll S Monday after noon after Oiafff1 ys at joieMfr James ByleiB Is quit jtat the home of Mr and Mrsr3 JET Allen Mrs Ben D Gbtrspenf Monday in Lexington t b T Congratulations tpDr and Mrs W C Worthington oh thearrival of a fine son atIMrs G H Farney is quite ill the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J C Creed Mrs John Stewart has been ill of lagri pe DEATHS AND FUNERALS 1Mrs Grace E Stipp 1 l MyrG B Stipp of the Pine Grove neigh horhood died at St Josephs Hospital is Lexington Friday aged nineteen years She loaves a child of two years and an infant two weeks old N Mrs James Henry Scott Mrs James Heuryl Scott aged sixltfrfive years died at the residence of her laughter Mrs Henry V Thompson ill the county Tue day morning Mrs Scott fellx some weeks since and broke her leg and owing to her advanced ago the shock proved fatal She is survived by her daughter Mrs Henry V Thompson and a Diontgornerycounty NO HOPE FOR DEMOCRATS AS LONG AS BRYAN RULES Declares ExSenator Lindsay Who Does Not Think There is Much Party Left WASHINGTON March 23In an interview here former Senator Wil limn Lindsay said- I doiit see much hope for the Democratic party There isnt in much of a party left They may jbrganmvtion but what is lC good or roorganizing when the Democrats forsake Democratic prin iples A true Democrat is a free thinker but nowadays a Democrat is tot permitted o think Bryan is willing tobe a candidate again and will be if there is any chance that he cali be nominated lIe is a candidate low So long as the Democratic party continues to look to Bryan asa leader 1 cant see that there i any i6pe url8i bYisonly fovtyiiine fears old it looks as if the Democrats will be in had shape for some years to come Call here for fresh vegetables fish jysteis and fruits Home phone 118 J P HUMPHRIES SON 323lt NO DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WINCHESTER Central Kentucky Towns to Have Same as Louisville L15X1NGTON Ky Match 23 Flee Lexington Brolroru punyhhas received a letter from Mr J P Tocher general agent for the C N 0 T P Railway stilting that the rate on transcontinental traffic from the Pacific to Central Kentucky towns will be the same as that to Louisville and Cincinnati This loiter is as follows Lexington Ky March 20 1001 Lexington Brokerage Co City Dear SirsI1or your information would advise that the next issue of TransContinental East Bound Tariff rates on traffic from Pacific CosYst Terminals to Lexington and other Central Kentucky points will the the saino as now apply and are in sired to LouisvilleCincinnati I should appreciate it Very much If you would consider the Queen Crescent route when placing ordors for freight to move from Pacific Cousj terminals Yours truly J P TOCHER General Agent YOUNGSTER Leaps Into Icy Waters at Washington and Saves Life of a Lit tie Girl- Ww1S11INGION1 C March 23 The latest candidate for a heros medal is Mylon Roche aged 13 years who heroically saved the life of Clara Biischer aged years by plunging into the cold waters of a lake near the Soldiers Home yesterday afternoon He rescued the lit tle gril after she had gone down for the second time The child who with several play mates was feeding bread crumbs to tIll swans slipped off the bank and was beyond the ai fof her ftan companions tiaI 7 J f r i i w l 4 Jnaixguraoi Spring Business OF I CLIFTON B ROSSm J t f Weextend out heartiest greeting to our patrons arid t 0 4 t to all the ladies of Winchester and Clark County 4 v and announce that our Stock of J Dress Goods and Silks Tailored Suits Skirts Waists Tea f 11 L J Jackets etc rf i V Which Have been bought especially to meet the requirements of 1 this section are larger and more complete than ever before and x weoffer the advantage of the BEST PRICES With anticipation of the biggest season in the history of our house we have J v laid in such a stock as will meet the requirements ot the most careful and the most economical buyer v J a- a Comejn and every courtesy will be extended You need not buy Just examine our SPRING GOODS J We have been successful in the past because THE QUALITY J y OF OUR STOCK AND OUR EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES r HAVE ALWAYS BEEN TWO IMPORTANT FACTORS 3 CLIFTON B ROSS Main Street Opposite Court House S Winchester v Kentucky d f j f 1 crtf 0 jr i 1 T SPRING 1909 We have a pair of shoes for you Just your size and better fitting than you ever had before y Yes all Eastern made That means a whole lot Days are getting warm enough for Low Shoes Drop into Otir store and well show you the most attractive array of womens and mens low shoes you ewer saw We will fit a pair to your feet without obligation on your part to buy MENS X350 to 64O WOMENS 150 to 400 McCORD SMITH PHILLIPS Yours Roche was near the lake at the time jump in the water and swam out to the clikl reaclur her just as sha was istjUggTiax and sexing od near jiiiikinsr for the third time- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS The Real Problem j A New Yorkerhas built a hospital 16 find out why liens do not lay when eggs are 60 cents a dozen He will Have to build an Insane asylum if ht wants to find out why they cross the Irbad t 4 ro r J 4y fif iI i k J it1 r J ONLY TWO BARRELS Of the Famous Old Joe Whisky Were Saved From the Flames DANVILLE Ky March 23The two warerooms at Searcys distil lery at McBrayer north of here burned Twentyeight thousand barrels of Old Toet whisky valued at JQO000 were consumed The origin of the fire is unknown The dcspcrateIwork two arrelsof the lllQus Old Joe whisky were saga from the flames t 5 4 y Jf y 4 f 1 r 0 h aOTS i- kyT t 5 t vkt v i IVe w FirlTlfWe have leased the J W Oliver property on North1 Main street and want tp call the attention of the peopl r ofWinchester and surrounding country to the fact that we have put in a Full Line of Coal Lime Cement Sand BricK LatH f Plaster Sewer Pipe Corn Oats and Hay We are Agents for the EAGLE FERTILIZER and we would also be pleased to show you the celebrated Webber Wagons any size i We conduct a Feed and Hitch Stable Special attention to Saturday Offand Court Day patrons We are in a position to meet the Lbwest Price onall goodsiiSur line and Our Mottoes One Hundred Cents to the Dollar Quick Sales and Small Profitsx tJ Powell 1 Dawsoni Home Phone 738 17 North Main Street East Tenn 4Sione2i Winchester jfJCy IADVERTISE INt 1NINCHEerT R N IISEJ y t ff t4 r iIId a r 4i- fA aJ t r iia rsr t Y ij pA lv l i i f kS IT 0 t t 0 fj T 7 i Cik tN41tLEWL 7 = 7ft ji JIeR 1 tj I I t 1 I IfltTSTRATION WACOPIPJGITIW7JY D MLL ciS Lou will be down nexc yVeunesaay 11tBl the resolution comes up again won you asked Yen n hdeed I shall she saiduno you haVe any hope now Hopes laughed Vernon Why certainly well adopt it Ill give my 3rhble time to it between now and then If they dont adopt that resolu ton Ill block every other piece of legislation this session appropriations and all I guess that will bring them Ho time Youre very good she said But qL fear Mr Porters Influence I Oh Ill take care of him You trust it to me The women wirf be voting in this state n xteart11lAnd you shall be their candidate for governorshe cried clasping her lands f Vernon colored he felt a warm thrill course through him but he wayed the nomination aside with his He was abdul to say something m rebut he could not think of any thing quickly enough While he hesitated Miss Greene looked at her watch Ive missed my train she said Tjuietly Vernon grew red with confusion i I beg thousand pardons he said It was rail my fault and it was certain iy yerystnpid of me of no importance Where must igo to reserve space on the night train said Miss Greene i Vernon told her and proffered his services He was now delighted at the philosophical way in which she ac epted the situation it would have brought the average woman he re fleeted to tearsand then he went onto picture to himself the practical re- suits in improving womens characters thhis new measure as he had aI- r adycometo regard It would bring l about i CHAPTER VIIc Maria Greene would not let Vernon Attend to her tickets she said it was t a matter of principle with her but aen the afternoon when they had had luncheon and she had got the tickets herself she did accept his in ritation to drive The afternoon had justified all the mornings promise of a fine spring day and as they left the edges of the town and turned into the road that stretched away over the low undulations of ground they call hills in Illinois and lost itself mysteriously in the country far beyond Miss Greene became enthusiastic Isnt It glorious she cried And to think that when I left Chicago last- night It was still winter r She shuddered as if she would shake off the memory of the citys ugliness Her face was flushed and she inhaled the sweet air eagerly To be in the country hn EVmore she went on Did you ever lIveS In the country Vernon asked Once she said and then after a grave pause she added Along time ago The road tfiey had turned Irito1 was as soft and as smooth as velvet now that the spring had released it from the thrall of winters mud It led beside a golf links and the new greets were already dotted with golfers who played with the zest they had accumu Did You Ever Live in the Country t monthsEhi bfe it is if a1teadf1ti were tbe height of summer VAs the rolled nbtseleesly LtinLyernna4Mifs Greene were si waldndjjrwi that iii yer can become mere t ftlt1i hovvr much they be tilled o- rf4TVJ 1 rbrpwn eaHbV illv Its tJ t itr 4 Yl Jcto1 ix Jt If3 J h J r y tI y 1 MifIijift h tinge ot young green here anti there lfstenfJ1gandlike tne sea Far off standing out borlItrees that grew for the citys shade the convent lifted its tower and above all the gray dome of the State House reared itself dominating the whole scene The air shimmered in the haZe lpehedgessprang into theair and fled crying out its strange staccato song as it skimmed the surface 5f Ui prairies vernon idly snapped the whip as he drOve along neither of fheI seethed theyliearth trembled slightly Whats that said Miss Greene In some alarm It couldnt have been ihunder No said Vernon it was the min ers blasting in the ground underneath us She save him a strange look which he did not comprehend Then she blackbraway then at the golfplayers Do the mines run under this ground she asked sweeping her hand about and including the links in her gesture Yes all over here or rather under here Vernon said He was ud of hfs knowledge of the locality He thought it argued well that a legislator should be Informed on all questions Maria thought a moment then she said The golfers above the miners tie low surpriseThout of her eyes Drive on please she said Theres no danger said Vernon reassuringly clucking at his horse and the beast flung up its head in a IIverylarid the dull subterranean echoes of the miners blasts but Vernon felt that a cloud had floated all at once over this first spring day The woman sitting there beside him seemed to dlsIfeeling the need of speech Yes she said but she went no farther And you once lived there Yes she said again but she vouch sated no more Vernon found a deep curiosity springing within him lie longed to know more about this younij woman who In all outward ways seemed to be just like the women l6 knew and yet was so essentially di fheown life or its affairs At the last ho said boldly Tell me how did you come to be a turned to meet lila in qulsitive gaze How did you she asked Vernon cracked his whip at the roadWell he stammered I dont know I had to do something So did 1 she replied Vernon cut the lazy horse wftfi the whip and the horse the buggy as it made its prprsslonal feint atf trotting I did not care to lead a useless life he jjaid I wanted to do someJ thlngtp have some part in the worlds workf Tire faW leemed to tf a respectable profession and i felk that poll2ticsClass take as mucthInterest in pqlltfcs as they should And then Id like td make my own living I have to make mine said Maria Greene But yoii never thought of teach I1g9mUNok she roplfed did youiui thatrne n Of course you know I tilnkit fine yoUhaveouragements iTaTU Con inuea 1slt f s 1tsJGter notice that after a filler Tjai jjeen rifirrieda few years he allus ipeahs of his wife to other folks as I TRYA ExpiNEWS WANT APY TSEM Nt iI q t 11 x i W+ I lr f I I 1 1 i t rBgr4ff 11 I Sun Court Holds That Law CcQatfhg Ken tucky Racing Cemmissieir is Unconstitutional c CQVINGTON 1yI March 23 A Judge lImb soif of the KntonCOUil ty Circuit Court in his decision handed down yesterday declared that the act creating the Kentucky Racing Commission uiiconstiftrtional in the suit by the Latonia Jockey Club against the commission Judge Harbeson heM that the law creating the Kentticl y Racing Com mission gave that body power to regulate oply the running races that the trotting races and running races itiie under the same legal category nail that tlictforc the lIra was lass legisla tionandwas unconstitutional The decision is a complete victory for the Latonia Jockev Club TKo Racing Commission halt insisted that Latonia use parimutuel machines Latonia put in ffiCse machines but claimdd they were run at a financial loss slid then allowed bookmakers to operate The Latonia Jockey Club secured a court injunction preventing the Racing Commission from inter fering with the races while the book makers1 operated last season andran full time at the last meeting last fall The commission1 will take the case to the Court of Appeals Judge llarbeson declared the act of the Legislature creating the corn misinbit to be unconstitutional two grounds First because it delegated to the Racrng Commission unrestrict ed authority to make laws governing raciiig find Second because it ex empted trotting races from the con trolof the commission and was therefore in the opinion of the court class legislation The court before passing upon the question of the constitutionality of the Racing Commission act decided in favor of the Racing Cbmmisslon on several points notably the ques tion that the State had a right to control the racuig business by police pow r and to pass rules regulating race betting that would even gate the extent of confiscating the race businessIof the Latonia Jockey Club that their profitablyiQiice in the hiw of tiLe case The court said The right here claimed to be in terfered with and which it is claimed causes the plaintiffs business to be come unprofitable is purely a gamIbling privilege and not a property tight and such privilege can never be within the protection of the constitu Holt so as to take it out of legislative control LIVE STOCK IS ACTIVEr IN WOODFORD MARKET Good Prices Realized But There is Little Demand Shown For Mules VERSAILLES Ky March 22 The court square was weIr filled with stock though the crowd did not seem keen to buy court day Quite a num ber of mules wrein the market but few sales were reported Boharia Bond auctioneer reports the following sales Fourteen horses at 60 to 14750 sow and six pigs 2050 two sows and thirteen pigs 2350 John Gay of Pisgah sold forty hogs averaging 250 pounds at 61jl cents to Jonas Weil of Lexington to he delivered in June A and B Edwards sold tp Leu Tucker of Fayettey twentyone year ling cattle for 2650 per head pigsforcomity fBuyers WOre active trying to cli gage lambs offering 6 cents and 25 cents for wool Dr E B Woodward s 1It bay mare for loO and Jolm Ball sold a mule to Joe GrrtdfiyTof 165 Stallions Exhibited After 1 oclock there was quite a display of stallions There were about twelve exhibited harness and saddle The most Wtcworthy was List r Witliferspboris harness horse Silver Yiugs Johrf Meyers4 of Pihckar Hud on exhibit two Carter Nealone Ed Wilson of Anderson twotind Dr MarkWbll two tRredingTaken Is not a royal m1 to fortune i is all 9 ipihmlmigebahdgpme profi But it cannot be kept upi 1 ttn1ldeu out ef WyvcatS oai30ar riot allowing tor rent aad labor but as a rule I was out of pock tLadIesFjld i h t IjJ i PICK FLAWS j4T- ARIFFMEASURE si i iflorityrt Is Filed by Champ Clark t DECLARE TARIFF A TAX Many of the New Rates Said to Be as Prohibitive as Those In Din ley Bill According to Democrats Pal mer Gets No Relief and Additional Burdens Are Piled on Shoulders of Laborer Standard Oil Company Well Oared For Washington March 23 That the Payne tariff bill will increase the cost of living that it is crude indefinite sectional and prohibitive and that it is an open challenge to a trade war with every other nation on earth are some of the criticisms of that meas ure made by the Democratic memo bers of the ways and means commit tee in the minority report submitted to the house by Minority Leader Champ Clark The report is a severe arraignment of the revision which the Payne bill prOposes The countervailing duty provisions for coffee and petroleum the maximum and minimum features the Cuban reciprocity clause the woolen glass agricultural and sugar schedules are bitterly attacked There are many changes for the most part minor changes says the report of the Dingley rates some up and some down Most of the changes In a downward direction are reductions more apparent than real the Payne rates being as prohibitive in their results in many cases as the Dingley rates In some of the schedules containing the most exorbitant rates there are no changes giving any appreciable relief to the great body of a tariff is a tax paid by the consumer and that the onjV function of a tariff law is to raise revenue to supply the needs of tile government the minority members of the committee insist that instead of an increase of taxes or a new issue of bonds the correct remedy for the growing deficiency in the revenues is the cutting down of the expenses of running the government The report maintains that the tariff arrangement with the Philippines should be considered in a separate measure arid not in a general tariff billThe report continues The treatment of the farmer by this bill is along the same lines as have charac terized Republican methods in the past He gets practically no relief and the laborer and producer have greater burdens imposed upon them Every article of food the laborer must have to live comfortably is heavily taxed even the salt on his table is not exempt This schedule agricul tural product was evidently pre pared by the same mind which has dominated this bilrca mind certainly npt unfair to tile great trusts The Standard Oil company is as handsomely cared for in the Payne bill as in the bi1 ICY bill the report contmues and by reason of the pro vision in paragraph tiST popularly known as the joker continues to be protected bya tariff duty cent which enables It to dominateI and exploit the American market ana to levy tribute upon the public thereby piling up millions of dollars ot ill gotten gains- Criticism is made of the metal schedule and it Is contended that Hides having been placed on the free list the duty on leather shoes harness Und other leather manufactures should also be removed Increases in the chemical schedule are termed un justifiable and the changes made in theglaslit schedule the Democrats claim will not Increase the revenues appreciably A severe arraignment of the wool schedule is made The only note worthy change in the rates of manu- factureS of Wool the report says is that in the Payne bill a lower rate is put on tops than upon yarn as It should be- Claiming that this change will not affect the consumer the report de clares Uno man Woman or child will ever have cause to thank the framers of the Payne bill for cheaper and more abun int clothes and olankets LUMBERMAN IS KILLED Henry DtincanCaited to Door and Shot Down by Mechanic iiie Bluff Ark March 23DHenry Duncan vice president of the Bluff City Lumber company was shot and instantly killed at Clio No mo tive for the killing can be ascertain ed as no previous troubl Is known John Day master mechanic at the Bluff City Lu ber companys mill ac cording to eyewitnesses called Sir Duncan from hrs boarding house and fired three shots into him killing Duncan instantly Day surrendered and was placed in prison at Rison Iricorporattlayton of 1ncrirtioi e the Dayton Astro oDiiiclscrrett were filed at Comm an or of whicR has been effected The society expects to erect an observatory and equip it with a telescope J DRtY IE F1dtRfFUSEn TOBACCO Question of Product is toRe Settled at Meeting in This City Wednesday Although there have been various reports that some of the independent buyers wfio bought part of the pooled tobacco have refused to accept their purchases it is only true in pqrt as only one flrmW D Collins Bro of Louisville who bought ten per cent of the amount sold the in dependents has refused to take the amount purchased by them The reason they give for the refusing to take the tobacco is that the firm for whom they bought this to bacco has refused totake it and con sequently they cannot receive the consignment fro mthe Equity Society One of the officers of the Society of Equity here when seen yesterday morning stated that there is a con tract that has been signed between this Louisville firm and the Equity people and that they will have to accept the tobacco they have bought He said also that as far as he knew no complaints have been made by the independents and that he saw no reason why there should be any anxiety as to the people receiving their money in due time for their tobacco The matter concerning the Louisville firms attitude will be taken up by the executive committee Wednesday at its meeting in this city and how they will proceed in the matter will be decided at that time NOTICE OF COUNCIL MEETING IS ISSUED Mrs Letcher Riker President of Kentucky FederationISends Bulletin Mrs Letcher Hiker president of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs has issued the following notv ice otiI1 W The MidBieimial Council meeting of the General Federation of Womens Clubs will meet in San Antonio Tex as March 31 and April 1st The council consists of the Board of Directors presidents of State Fed erations and General Federation sec retaries but all General Federation members are welcome to the meetings as this is an advisory body and meets to discuss topics of interest to all Those desiring to attend may take advantage of winter tourists rates whichmay be obtained upon applica tion to local railroad offices A trip to the City of Mexico has been arranged full information con cerning which may be had by ad dressing Mrs Edward McChmnahan 116 Goliad street San Antonio Texas The Monger Hotel has been select ed af official headquarters- The midyear meeting of the board of the Kentucky Federation will bc held in Harrodsburg April 1st Those attending are expected to arrive the evening of March 31st and will be entertained during their stay by the club women of Ilarrodsburg Sam Noticed the Distinction A rich man once visited his stable and watched an old groom currying a favorite horse You have worked for me a longtime havent you Sam 1 queried the rich man Yes sir replied the groom Me ah this hose have worked for you 17 years Ah and I hope you have been well treat ed Sam said the employers Oh aint complalnin none said Sam But me an th boss was sick at th Baitie time an I noticed that while hired a doctor for th hoss you docked my pay forth time I lost Shoplifters Clever Device When a woman with an infant In her arnis was detected In the act of stealing a shawl at a shop in Paris she pieaded that she was utterly destitute and had taken the shawl to keep the baby warm ButXhe latter proved to be a hollow tin doll contain ing stolen articles About Right A boy wits asked to explain the dif ference between animal instinct and human intelligence If we had in said we should know everything we needed to know without learning it but weve got reason end so we have to study ourselyes most blind or be a fool Universal tst Leader Thing Greatly Worth Having Tile one thing supremely worth the havini is the opportunity cQupled with the capacity of doing a thing well and worthily the doing of which is for the welfare of niankindTheo- dare Roosevelt Pay High Rent for Sajooivs- Of all the high rents paid in New York city the highest are paid fcy iahobns which are taxed aBout double what could be got from any other bash ness for the same premises SUBSCRIBE NEWS rJH- t bJ J J t l r f Clark County INCORPORATED ConstruclionCo Il Think of the mud ami kill climbing tax paid each year F- amrs On the Basis of Equipment and the ap- plicationS S of Economical Business =Methods we solicit the construction and repairing of kinds and Cll conditions of roads public or p7== vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete LsPeciaitYand satisfaction guaranteedJ Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 agojustiOn Notwithstanding the hard times there has been steady growth fro the start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour business We enrollnew names every week We want yours You are coHially imlted to open an account with us Per sonal atteiikm to all business JMHCDGKIN Cashier J C BRO iH President B COCKRELL Vice President pS3 and 350 The price stays down the quality goes up while most things shoes included are going down in quality and up inIprice thats the great difference betweenBeacon Shoesa- nd shoes today Made toIthe standard of shoes that for 2 and 3 more but do not give you a cents worth of bet ter material workmanshipand style Union made Goodyear welt handsewed process uppers in all leathers shapes are the latest New Yorkstyles Weve got em allcan fit you comfortably and in upto date style Sold from maker to wearer by MASSIE The Shoe Man And fifteen hundred other exclusive ageata throughout the United States and Europe The famous Blue Ribbon Polish for cleaning all kiiftls of metal T S BUSH 3f8eodlmo Strews Said on Frozen Streets Magdeburg Germany has bought from an Inventor a sandstrewing wagon built on the lines of a water wagon to be used for strewing frozen streets with a coating of sand The scheme is universally effective on asp haIr streets where horses have a hard time to maintain a footing in cold weather no Goose Considered Sacred Bird To many peoples the goose was a sacred bird and even to this day there are found many especially iii Asia who will not kill a goose The devout cherish a fond fancy that all gjeese perform an aerial pilgrimagp to the holiest of lakes in the Himalayas every year transporting the sins of tie neighborhood returning with a new sttfclf of Inspiration ft the en couragement of the devout v 4 Hdiz 7V4 T f I t3 j 7 N RatI Ci- iiotth as mwck a a peer ONS all L other When You See Your Horse Going Into the feed or grain of our supplying youll know why he works without whipping better every day You can not work on poor food Neither can your horse Give him our kind of feed and grain and hell repay you handsomely iirboth dispositien to work and ability to do i- tPurina Chicken Feed Vulcan Plows Old Hickory Wasms J R Martin Coal and Supply Co GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagait Winchester Ky orner of Broadway and Hiahland W S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP f Clothes Gleaned Pressed 8 Repair i We do French Cleaning and Guarantee Satisfaction eclaltyIAH 24 W Court St Home Phone 645 Winchester Ky Cookwright Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling ani Haaliii FIffniture Pianos Etc a SpciattY Nortk Main Strait IThau Implements of the right kinJ JR MARTIN GOAL SUPPLY COMPANY at MeCord Tracy and McCor mick 317 41 iCows Happy End George the fouryearold grand wi of an extremely pious and d vqt grandfather came rushing Jit the house a few days ago in a iiCate Tot wild excitement Grandpa Graiidpa he called Mr Bartons cow Ia dead God called her horn iThe Ideal School If you want to make a natlonJr bookies by all means cram tb boys and girls In your schools wftk plenty of arithmetic but If you wovM rather have a nation of good mea M4 chUirJlovein art all that la noble in life orua death The school pf the fatare will be a beautiful building in a beasUfal gardencian1onMuch Goes to Waste A writer in the London Tim e arti mates the yearly destruction 6f timber by rotting for lack pf uH in tlia great forest of Uganda Ii the regiori near the source of tha Nile at nd teal than one biHIon eiibfc tett J I q 1 V f i 1v ig 7 J 0 f r t t0 t t rft t + 1Ys h Y f w v Ia v ii A f t t6v f p1s i C7 L t r t f 9rcmfEYt ESTERNEW it i c Pye FhPtjwi ifXFflilltli4fj SCHEDULB OF BLUE GRASS LI1MWJ3It J etc G1TIESt t j texuiton o 1 iJ T Richmond i ir f 4 E ivw t EranHorl i j r yEtiS tj Shelljyvrll9 h rf Paris L f c t i fIifi Winchester J At Lexington i WE i m May 15 16 June 14 27 July 17 18 Aug 782829S- ept 12 May 22 24 26 June 7 8 25 26 July 24 Aug 10 30 Sept 7 0 May 8 9 30 31 31 June 9 20 July 11 1 22 Sept May 7 13 18 June 22 30 July fi 16 28 Aug 9 Sept 4 lOlLApril 30 May 1 2 2329 June 513 July 4 25 Aur 14 15 Sent 5 1 NOB MANCOPYRiGHT1909BY t JC COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days County points are held each monll l in coun tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawreuceburg 3rd Mon dry Edit Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle j Danville 3rd Monday tBrenthitt Jackson 4th Monday t CliARK WINCHESTER 4th Monday Fstill Irvine 3rd Mohdayi I 1IondayFlda3DitnklinFrnnkfort 1st Monday flGurrnyd Lancaster 4th Monday Giant Wiiliamstown 2nd Monday j Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon dayLee Beattyville 4th Monday MondayMadison Mason Maysville 2nd Monday t Iferccr Harrodsburg lst Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling3rd Monday Nicholas Carlislet 2nd Monday Owen 4th Monday Ie ndlt ton Falmouth lst Monday t Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodforfl Versailles 4th Monday =Woman the Power Any publisher will tell you that it L is the approval of the women of the 6E117svestment the magazine must cater to the women It is the women of the country who read The men read the newspapers and tle articles in the Magazines which their wives recom t0dm themAppleton- swtwA 1 HEWS WANT j ADVERTISEMENT df j TVfVrr At Richmond April 27 28 29 June 4 2 3 July 1 2 3 Aug 16 17 Sept3 = 2 PRINT May 10 11 12 June 17 18 19 July 12 13 26 Aug 24 Sept 10 1- 1aawomom May 27 28 29 June 21 22 23 July 15 16 29 30 Aug 20 21IMay 3 4 5 June 7 8 9 July 6 7 Aug 10 11 Sept 314i- 1jny 20 2225 July 5 23 24 Aug 2 3 30 31 Sept 8 9 At Frankfort May n25 July 6 721 22 Aug 3 4rli 31 Sept 8 April 30 May 1 2 23 June 4 513 July 4 25 Aug 9 15 Sept 5 CORRECTLY r rw May 1iJr JuneG2Z28 July 18 Aug 811729Sept 12 13 Mav 27 28 July 11014 July 2Di 30 Auir 1219 2526 ept Mav 8 9181930 June U 2021 July 11 Aug 1 22 Rent 4 KENTUCKY FAIRS I9U9 =Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th 6 days Iiockcastle county August 18 3 days Bourbon county September 7th 5 days N State Fair Louisville September 13 Ih days Lincoln dounfcy Jury 21 3 days Spencer county August 10 4 days Mercer county August 12 3 days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky August in 3 days Shelby countyAusust 24 4 days Laurel county August 244 days Boone county August 25 4 days Ifsecretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dates we will carry them free of charge tooitcy and Ity Drawbacks Some people are left money just iK the nick oftimeraad 9 good use oft it is runous to others to receive money that they have never earned good many people would never do any work at all if it wasnt for the factV that they had to and soa wise Providence decrees that money shall not come their way except by tho sweat of their browThe Captain Why NotWhy may not a goose say thus All the parts of tho universe I have l11ftostars have tiiei influence upon me I have an advantage by the winds and nothingthatfavorably as me I urn the darling of Nature Is it not man that keeps ant serves melI ntaifneIDlpionvsclc Conclusion Considering the annoyances of life i s patient man or Woman is entitled to a groat 26al df MrlitAtchison Globe ji vn i t t J fi t J h ip At Shelbyville May345 June 10 11 12 July 12 13 14 31 Auir 23 24 May 17 18 19 June 24 25 26 July 2122 Aug 5 6 13 14 April 27 28 29 Juue12 14 June 29 30 July 5517A- iut 2- 8ttmoarammsso tHE May 10 11 12 25 26 June 17 18 Aug 30 31 Sept 7 8 9 May 6 7 June 7 8 JulY78Aug 12 Ant IS 19 25 20 ts At Paris j Mav 19 20 June 2123 29 I July 5 15 27 Aug 2 13 18 ti Aug 20 May S 9 30 31 31 June 12 20 July 11 Aug 122- Sept 12 Mav 14 15 20 June its iQ July 9 19 20 Aug 5 Sept April 30 May 1 222 23 func 513 July 4 24 25 Aug In Sent OFFICIAL May 16 June 6 25 27 July 17 18 Aug 816 24 29 Sept 12 15 Chief Justices Golf Stroke The lord chief justice on circuit at Birmingham had a curious experience while playing golf over the Edgbaston course with Walter Whiting the local professional At the second hole his lordship drove into a bunker the ball lying badly under the bank Taking hiss niblick ho hit hard The ball jumped into the air and dropped into his righthand jacket pocket London Standard To Protect the Food It is not foreign meat alone that re homEIlion and to this end we must have public slaughter houses where all meat cart be inspected and possibly a central clearing house where the in spection would bea realiity and not merely a nameSanitary Record Be Good Bow re of making your moral staple consist of the negative virtues ibis good to abstain from allthat IsJnirt ful and sinful But to make a ssr of it leads to emaciation of cfcrrac ter unlessVane reeds largely also tin actiyeIWendell Holmes Have Use for Old Piling There bas been secured by a New York state pulp company an option on 600000 cords of sunken pine piling now lying submerged in the Rideau river and lakes back of Kingston Ontario Canada The piling was sunk about 80 years ago when the Rideau river was a center of commercial activity The piling will be converted by i chemical process into the finest grades of stationery Word PaintIng Jimmy reading Casey swatted de leather into left garden for a brace of sacks an den pilfered thoid base an dented de pan on Mulligans lalli paloosa dat sailed over Outfielder Shaushnessys nut I tell yer Willie dats ordpaintin dat is Shake sj arenevcr could beat dot UBSCRBE ioRlwi IEWS t4 p f 4 J I lay 11 P2b 30 Sept 1 2 21 24 26 rjnne July 51419 20 Sept May 3 41 5 31 1Juno 10 llx 12 A t May 14 15 Julyl 2 3 July 26 27 28 Aug 9 10 Sept 10 11 441i127 28j 29 May 17 June 2 3 24 26 July 13 Aiil 17 27 28 OPERA HOUSE ITUESDAY MARCH 23rd NIXON OFF- ERSLena Rivers MARY HOLMES DRAMATIZED By Beulah Boynter fA PLAY 1ltiiii 1w1112 Julx910 82PJ30 23b SCHEDULE BURTON NOVEL Distinctly A WOMANS PLAY OF WOMANS EMOTIONS BYAAVOMAN FOR A WOMAN Everybody goes to see LENA Direction BURTON NIXON MATINEEJ Children JOc Adults s 25c NIGHT r t Downstairs 35 50 and 75 cents Gallery 25 J ILeft Them Thinking to the juryr Tho rind pal fault of the ei has been hl unfortunate Qjiaracteistic of puttini tibasestlrtjpjlcit r J CI Thne For More I PriihlFg to we a to to I fo f SA t k f i 9 r lis FOR f 6 J Fish Ve fetal eS Troduc BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK 1 r rM r At Law 60 S Main St Ky BUSH At Law 60 S Main St Kv Army Dogs The army dogs are so trained that when they find h dead body they set up II no ono yomes they take the de3 mans cap or some small article and with this in their teeth go on a himt- tor their trainer they lead to the spot If the man is he gives his cap to the dtigWand the object1s World London x l v I IIiI i j it IT is high that I the Business pf this vicimtyweflc t finding out that we the Only Modern Printers with DoWn to Date Outfit in City ot r It is time they awaking to this If they would and the ofjtie public they to us for the printing which to it advantages i J I Finest Machinery New to the Minute Type Largest Stock the MostSkilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD ASK MORE We vain enough believe lave line samples that will eclipse anything of its in this section Kentucky andnothing gives us more pleasure than exhibit our production the users ofprinters ink We would like andshow youthat we deliver the goods v J 6 e WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY Printers of Anything s St New Phone I i GILBERT BOTThV resh Cured Meats Country PROFESSION CARDS STEVENSON Attorney Winchester IPENDLETON BUSHI Attorneys Winchester German prolonged howling whom wounded 1jiccoiBplishii Li2 MimaII time meg of are the Winchester were facts reach the ear catch eye must come with do We offer these The and Dawn the and YOU FOR are that of kind of call can INCORPORATED Main 91 GILL ON NELSON The TransferMan by day Or night if you waijt your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94- Night Phone 339 WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY gapsIrks DRY CLEANING AND- tJYEmG A SPECIALTY v w COr Sut asd Pairfajr t ATliousarxd Heads For w TwoTHotasand Hats Wanted posn have your chqice if you come early enough to pickoiit the best sample Hat at sac on the Dollar Jwtnow renewed from leading main- fieotarert at the SAMPLE SHOE STORE MaiD1T1 ij 1 t i of t 111 x Jt tur i ell to have the beet raedern Plnmbiug instated iny r premises Its Our Business to do just this very kind of Plumbing andwe doj- i Its Your Business to cmplpy whom yeU tOd our I1e bii Kii fVI14ft1J Its Our Business to ask for r order P4- itradelnd w Ul Phone 162 I t COjSOV I r r l IIBE f tHE phi t ti Jt t5 r is- r r t 1 7 j r r r I I t SV r tAl t I t f f ii 4 c d Idr i l di fk 1l l i t 1j lk t J Pa t irXA t t fHE1YIICHESTERWS I f zt iy r it 1 SCOUR CAMS FOR AERONAUTS I J Captain Itieller and Party rL05t In Mountains WENT UP IN AMERICA Monster Balloon Was Lat Seen Sat urday Afternoon When It Floated- lntoCloLidst at Foot of Sierra Madre Mountains Only Hope Is That They Succeeded In Crossing Range and Landed In Mojave Qesert Knabenshue Leads Rescuers Los Angeles Cal March 23 Friends of the six men who ascended from Tournament park in Pasadena at 3 oclqck Saturday afternoon in the big Ferris balloon America have been without word of them or the slightest knowledge of the fate that has Overtakennthe intrepid aeronauts Asfaras information here goes no human being has caught sight of the huge gas bag since it rose above the park inclosure in sight of 5000 enthusiastic sightseers The balloon carried by a stiff breeze sailed majestically into the lowhanging clouds that lay far down on the mountainsides and disaopeared from view Tfie belief that some tragic fate has befallen the men which formed the party has led to the formation of many relief expeditions into various parts of the Sierra Madre mountains directly over which the strong cur rent carried the balloon when it had reached an altitude of a few thousand feet There are three distinct moun tain ranges before the Mojave desert is reached 50 miles north of Pasa dena If the balloon is able to sail over this 50mile stretch of mouptain chain and come to earth on the Mo jave desert there is hope that the occupants of the basket after tramp Ing many weary miles may be able t to reach shelter If the balloon was not able to cftoss the Sierra Madres and was brought down among the mountains only a miracle can save the men from death as all the passes are blocked with snow Reports from the relief party head ed by Roy Knabenshue of Toledo 0 which went to AlpineTavern near the summit of Mount Lowe is to the effect that no trace of the missing halloon has been discovered IItwas the intention of Captain 1Pq making the ascent to take but a short flight and to seek a land ing somewhere among the foothills above Pasadena He must nave found this impossible owing to the strong wind which sprang up unexpectedly soon after the ascent and in the predicament in which he found himself he may have attempted to rise above the storm and cross the mountains to the desert beyond a flight of nearly 80 miles TROOPS GUARD COURTHOUSE Trial of Man Charged With Triple Murder Begins at Amite La Amite La March 23 With the courthouse surrounded by state troops the trial of Avery Blount charged with the murder of Buzzy Breeland his wife and stepdaughter Mrs Joe Everett near Tickfaw this parish on the night of Jan 29 was begun here Garfield Kinchen alleged to have been implicated in the mur ders with Blount is still a fugitive from justice Youth Accidentally Kills Friend Cleveland 0 March 23 John Dowling 17 was shot and killed by Harry Plagenz 17 a friend at a masked ball Plagenz was placed un der arrest and admitted the shooting but convinced the police that it was accidental The shooting took place t at the home of Mrs OJ Pitts and Awhile Mrs Pitts was reciting Hia watha to all the party except Dow ling Plagenz and Grace Mann who were in another room Plagenz cos tumed as a cowboy erred in using a gun as part of his costume Wants National Tuberculosis Home Washington March 23An appropriation of 250000000 is provided for the establishment of a national tubercular sanitarium in the state of Colprado in a bill introduced by Representative Sabath of Illinois The Measure directs the secretary of the comprisinghoterect suitable buildings and supply complete equipment for the use and Itreatment of any persons in the United States afflicted with tuberculosis Steals Ride and Is Killed Akron 0JMarch 3F1fteenyear old Gorge Walters and two other hryi went to Warwick and returning deona Baltimore Ohio frreight train r jvhen they reached the South Akron yards they jumped off but Walters fell und r the wheels and was cut in two Ridiculous Says the Duke 51enoaMarch23The Duke of the AbrufezC left here for Marseilles pre irai to on his expedition to Ute Himalayas With reference to the report that he had made a will iMiTiBg his jewels to Miss Kath rine ElklM hrsaiSs That is simply ridic v Mkiua rH Liiy r i i p r 1 F i T J J TAfT NAMES BOWffiS New Solicitor General Is Counsel Fsr Chicago Northwestern Washington March 23 President Taft announced they appointment of Lloyd Bowers of Chicago to be solic itor general of the United States fill ing the vacancy caused by the resig nation of Henry Hoyt who has held this position in the department of Justice for a number of years Mr Bowers is general counsel of the Chicago Northwestern railroad and has long held a Jeading position among the members of the Chicago barWhile no announcement has been made on the subject it is generally understood among Mr Hoyts friends that he is to receive a federal judge ship as a reward for his work in preparing and prosecuting a number of important cases during his term of offico Millionaire Indicted Pittsburg March 23The council manic graft scandal was given a sen sational turn when Judge Davis au thorized District Attorney William A Blakely to prepare indictments against the following Dallas C By ers a millionaire iron manufacturer and head of the A M Byers company F A Griffin ve president of the Columbia National bank of Pitts burg Henry L Bolger a saloon keeper Common Councilman John F Klein Select Councilman Dr W Hi Weber Select Councilman Charles Stewart STRIKERS SEEK TO HUMILIATE SIMYAN Hotheads Succeed In Postponing Strike Settlement Paris March 23Although the chamber of deputies by a vote of 345 to 138 again sustained the govern ments position with reference to the strike of the postal employes and several members of thestrike com mittee consider the governments terms amply satisfactory the hot heads succeeded in postponing final action until today Not content with winning all the substantial points for which they contended including the elimination of Undersecretary Simyan whose retirement it is understood Is only a ques tion of hours the militant strike lead ers want to force the government to a public confession of defeat by the dismissal of M Simyan who is ex tremely obnoxious to the state em ployes One of the speakers at the meeting threatened that the move ment would be turned into a revo lutionary strike unless satisfaction was given on this point Wild Beast Terrorizes Community Harrison 0 March 23 Bright a farming community is wrestling with an animal mystery For some time an unknown beast has committed depredations According to some of the residents it is a wildcat while others are positive that it is a panther that escaped from the winter quarters of some circus The animal has up to this time attacked only poultry and stock but has become bolder and sev eral persons have had thrilling experiences with It in the past few days and as a result all schoolhouses in the neighborhood have been closed Moving Pictures Censored Chicago March 23Moving picture exhibitions of kidnapings in 5cent theaters were forbidden by the police department in view of the strong public sentiment growing out of the Whitla kidnaping case in Sharon Pa Two films were confiscated in the downtown district both portraying the kidnaping of a child THE MARKErS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 007 25 cows 3 C05 75 heifers 3 255 00 bulls 93 755 25 stockers and feeders 3 304 95 Calvei3 08 35 Sheep and LambsSheep O0o 50 lambs 008 00 yearlings 35 C07 25 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 908 00 butchers 85 gS 95 light mixed 6 75 85 choice light 856 90 packing 56 756 90 pigs 5 256 40 Wheat No 2 red I 22W1 23 CornNo3 G3464c OatsNo 5153c East Buffalo Cattle Export cattle 6 006 75 shipping steers 00 6 25 butcher cattle 5 506 50 heifers U 506 00 cows 3 505 50 bulls J3 50 5 25 CalvesBest 9 009 75 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 5 506 00 wethers 006 50 ewes 5 506 00 lambs 7 008 40 yearlings 56 757 25 HogsHeavies 7 30 mediums 7 25 7 30 Yorkers 7 107 25 pigs 75 roughs 006 30 stags 5 00 Plttsburjj Pa Cattie Choice 56 50 65 prime 56 206 40 tidy butchers 55 005 85 heifers 53 005 50 cows bulls and stags 52 505 25 fresh cows 525 0050 00 CalvesVeal 56 008 75 Sheep and LambsPrime wethers 56 10 6 25 good mixed 55 756 00 lambs 56 008 25 yearlings 55 007 25 Hogs Prime heavy hogs 57 25 mediums 57 1- 5i 20 heavy Yorkers 57 057 15 light Yorkers 56 75C 95 pigs 56 006 25 Cleveiand OCattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 006 25 fat steers 55 756 00 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 503 50 bulls 53 0054 25 milkers and springers 525 0055 00 CalvesS 50 down Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 55 255 75 wethers 55 06 00 ewes 55 255 50 lambs 56 50S 15 HogsMixed 57 05 heavies 57 107 15 mediums 57 ib Yorkers 56 757 05 pigs 56 406 50 roughs 36 25 stags 55 25 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 67i67JhcOatsNo 87WBaonCat1e2 75tf 25 Sheep 52 2S5 75 Lamfis 56 25e7 90 67coatt 14xJl yLI ij k J J i jc L tBlG NOISE IN STATE POLITICS Is Senator Bradley ami He Made it All Up With President Taft LOUISVILLE Ky March 23 Friend of Senator William 0 Bradley in Louisville and in Kentucky are throwing their hats in the air over the understanding which it is said the Senator and President Taft have had The announcement from Washington that General Lawson Reno Senator Bradleys campaign manager is to be appointed Collector of Internal Rev enue at Owensboro to succeed E T Franks is taken to mean that the Senator is to have a big say in the distribution of Kentucky patronage The Bradley men here say the Sen ator wjll name all the Federal office holders in the State except from the Ninth Tenth and Eleventh Congres sional District each of which has a Republican Congressman The fact that it also announced that Judge William II Holt is to succeed Brutus J Clay as Minister to Switzerland shows that the Senator is also cast ing about with the view of placing some of his friends in offices which cannot b6 said to beloner to any par ticular district or section Franks willingness to retire as Collector at Owensboro and his ap parent desire to acquiesce in Renos appointment lends color to the story whiun has been going the rounds for some weeks to the effect that Franks will probably have Bradleys indorse ment for the Republican nomination for Governor It is regarded as a certainty here that Lewis Walker of Lancaster Senator Bradleys home town will succeed James II Tinsley of Bar boursville as District Attorney of the Eastern District Walker is a man with a big voice and is the ora tor who made the delegates to the last State conventlun shiver and tremble in their seats when he nominated Bradley for membership of the Big Four But even the eloquence of Walker could not untie the Taft fet ters that had been welded by Rich aid P Ernst and William Marshall BullittLocal friends of Senator Bradley also assert with great confidence that Joseph Craft Collector of Internal Revenue in Louisville will be re placed either by Walter Glover of Louisville or Ludlow F Petty of Shelbyville TEN APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP Local Woodmen Lodge Growing Rap idlyArranging to Publish Monthly Paper The local Woodmen Lodge of this city held its weekly meeting in the Y 1f I Hall Monday night The order is growing so that the hall was crowded to its fullest capacity and the trustees are now looking for lar ger quarters They will probably rent a lodge room either in the fra ternity building or the new McEldow ney building Ten applications for meetingIthe getting out ofa monthly paper whichwill be used in boosting the order and arrangements have about been made for its publication The advertisement committee have been out several days soliciting advertisements and have already secured enough business to pay for the first issue They will endeavor to make it a live and interesting paper andwill send it to every family in the county free The first issue iwill appear about April 10 Following are the members who will have charge of the paper EditorialR C Prewitt A Floyd Byrd Camp NewsDr W C Worthing ton B F Hensley W J Walden FunDr E R Bush W H Woods CBLal IGeneralart Roy E Smith ClayBooneManager IL D110ce S Clay Boone 0 M Flyni The name of the publication will be the Loca Woodman Monutafeiits leaned without injury to the stone by WINCHESTER MON UMENT WORKS 3203t PROTRACTED MEETING A protracted meeting began last Sunday at Corinth Baptist church The pastor Elder R French is as sisted by Elder G W Shepherd 1IIIIIJql Liijt1JApV R f i t j i t itr r4E J t p MHQft DIES FROM TUMOR Popular and Industrious Young Man Passes Away at Age of Thirty Years John Hamilton aiedat the reSr idence of his sister Mrs Gordon Stevenson at90 clock Tuesday morn ing after an illness of several weeks of tumor on the brain Mr Hamilton was about 30 years of agp and waft a painter b trade II2 has ivod in inchestui for a number f yrras nid was a popular airl industrious young man liked by all who knOw him He is survived by one sisterMrs Gordon Stevenson of this city and three brothersLuther of this city Charley of North Middletown and Hoodof Irvine The funeral services will be con ducted at the home on Burns avenue by Rev J H MacNeill and the in terment will take place in the Win chester cemetery under the auspices of the Red Mens lodge of which be was a member Following are the pall bearers Franklin Ramsey Maurice Stroud Will Hukle Thurston Stevenson Sid Bush and Harry Scrivener NOT AFRAID OF LOW PRICES Big Crop of Tobacco Being Planted in Montgomery County MT STERLING Ky March 23 Tobacco growers of Montgomery county do not take much to the idea that prices for the product will below this year Some are confident that the crop will be pooled while others argue that such a large crop Iwillneverunusually heavy throughout this section and hundreds of beds have been sown Farmers will finish sowing the coming week It looks like everyobdy is going to take a hand this year and at least forty acres of the weed will be set out in the corporate limits and many farmers will even put in their garden spotsAs an indication that buyer and seller do riot believe the cry of 5cent tobacco it can be stater that 10 cents has already been paid for some crops and 1012 cents has been offered for others One buy er says that tobacco will bring from 10 to 11 cents rand fancy crops may reach as HigH as 1212 to 15 cents even with aii increased acre age The pool men believe the organiza tion will again control the output All tobacco growers are on good terms here and while an effort will be made to try and ontrol the crops there will be no special urging used Owing to the immense amount of the weed which will be planted the corn and hemp crop will be materially decreased and some farmers predict that corn will be Worth 4 to 5 per barrel the coming winter Gardens are being planted and gotten ready for planting Careful examination shows that the fruit crop is as yet uninjured and a good crop is indicated Wheat rye and grass look good an dcattle and hogs are in fine shape and are bringing higher prices than for some time About 2000 have been sold in the county at from 514 to 6 cents SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS NO CHANGE FOR BETTER Captain J C Creed still remains quite ill and word from his home in the county Tuesday morning indicates no change for the better Mrs G H Farney his daughter of Chiles burg arrived Saturday to be at his bedside and Mrs T B Creed of Lexington arrived the first of the week Mr T B Creed his only son will arrive Tuesday night from Lexington Winchester Monument Worksah- ome enterprise ask a share of your business 3203t ChristopherBrown Mack Christopher and Eliza Brown of Clark county were married in the County Clerks office Tuesday morn fng by County Judge Evans ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN 41oclocka campaign in the near future NEW PARTY FORMED NEW YORK March 23With the hope of carrying out the political program outlined last fall by the American Federation offLabor an organization known as the Working ments Political Party has been started in New York UJ OThSLWS 1iJ rjJaSiI hA i11 ii r14 Z 4 f j f jt The PeitnantWinning Clothes for young men arecc L SYS TEM Clothes They re ultra smart and cut with that easy f t grace and flowing freedom that i young men dote on L SYSTEM Clothes for Spring embody every fadand frill of the haughtiest custom tailors at nontailorish prices Dashing Distinctive Different they make the mediocre figure look manly and the manly figure look manlier Look for the Lon every gar menteIts your warrant of worth and qur pledge of perfection Rupard Stewart Co+ HH MPAirr C JAPALAC yourselfhowjuvenate chair furniture Oak Dark Oak Walnut Mahogany Cherry Mal BlackNaturalAlummnunIAll Sizes from cts 250 CURTAIN and Requisites Phillips Dr1lg Co HAMPTON Pres I S D GOf r VPres Clark County Natl Bank ESTABLISHED 8665 THE OLDEST BANK THE Accounts Merchants Farmers and Solicited Collections Made All Points CAPITAL AND 35000000 Lena Rivers While Lena Rivers as a play must necessarily be in a degree a replica tion of country life some of scenes are lain in the little village of Slocumville Mass it must not be tak 1en that the work belongs to that type dramatic production known as the drama Lena Rivers could never be a hayseed play in any game the word Country scenes shown in the comedy and country pes of character made but there likeness to rural plays ceas d1theDtmOSjphere atiand night at popular prices w jl iP At 7 f U tIOUSC1IOTJD NGGgS8ITY Get a can of today at our Paint Depart an old in factan V piece of that is badly marred It comes in 16 colors and has a hundred uses 15 LACE CARPET CLEANER All Spring Cleaning B r CURTIS R O FITCM CashierI BEING IN CITY of Traders on SURPLUS and its pf are ty are use of its r or to ITO PREACH AT GOSHEN BAPTIST CHURCH County Judge Stewart to Officiate Next Saturday and Sunday Rev James E Stewart of More head will preach at Goshen Baptist church next Saturday and Sunday at the usual Jiours Mr Stewart is County Judge of Rowan county and has been nominated for reelection He comes of a preaching family his- fatherhaving been an old school Baptist preacher for many years Renaker Henry C C Renaker and Miss Bessie IMr of Cynthiana were married city Tuesday by ldcrJ J Gilbert i 1f Ji jI 1 z 1 i CLASSiriED COLUMN ircent per word per instr tion 5 cents per calender Bionth Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime r rate For 250 lines or mdra1 used withi one year 4 centsa line f FOR RENT oPfjroomGroom dwelling 12 06 Gr06m dwelling 15 00X 5toom dwelling V 1 00 IIKE 6 THE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALECheap lurg1rMorning R B this office 19 tf J WANT juTo buy clean ragsAp iply at The News office y 21qtf- WIRE FENCEt still build allkinf iof wire fence Ii in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winm avenue Home phone 541 216tf FOR RENTTwo houses N TJ TAYLOR 2 17tfl FOR SALEOld papers for saleatA this office 216tf WANTED To take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUGJT COLEMAN BROWNING 218 a J lege street Home phone G54i 3rUlrao FOR SALEEggs from thorougti bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 315lmo FOR SALEEggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Kyllon r phone 311 317lmo JUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in fown Corner Main and Washington street 317lrap LOSTOne yearling horse colt jay color and of medium size Return to A F BYRD 510 College Street 3176t STRAY COLTStraycd into myliv cry stable No 15 Westshjngi ton street a yearling horse c ltbay long tailand mane BIRL TURNER 317tf WANTEDA young man to leai linsurance business Loafers neeclf not apply Apply box 418 Yjll Chester Ky 32051V FOR SALEGood organ Apply to Miss Nannie Sewell 27 Alabama street phone 204 3203t LOSTA bunch of keys key check x withname attached Finder re turn to News office WM SQO BEE 3233t FOR RENT New Groom cottage on College street with gas water and bath room Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College strc- et323eodtf If you have any lettering or other work to be done in the cemetery see us WINCHESTER MONtTMENa WORKS 5203L i BULLET IS SENT- THRO11GUHIS ARt By Man Who Said in Note He Left uNo One Believes Orj Cares For Me MAYSVILLE Ky March 23 Roy Thiedaman committed suicidfewt the home of his brotherinlaw JltRf Hirschfield in this city last shooting himself through the VkeH with a pistol His body was fiJa few moments after the shdbjywjf alongside his bed and a noterirweh read as follows was found oa a Sta ble INo one believes me no one Ssareis for me Iam tired of life USSa- bout twentytwo years 0kVKaBir ned and came here from Gin etniutti life was a newmeniber ot tWMays Knights of PytkiO 7f tJf 1 I i t 4