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TVJL v n 0 1 If- w Fh i h Lastdition tF THE WINCHESTER NEWS VOL1 NO 138 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 CENTS COPY It CENTS WEE1 ITHIRD ANNUAL GATHERING OF KENTUCKIANS AT CLEARWATER Largest Crowd Yet Assembled At Picnic In FloridaMany local F PresentFlow Of Wit And Wisdom t The following account of the an ijual picnic of the Kentuckians at Clearwater Fla taken from the West Hillsborough Press will be of interest in Winchester The third annual picnic of the entucky Association took place on ie Island across the Bay on Wednesday and was in every feature a eligh ifulsuccess The weather in the early part of the day was not us promising for a pleasant outing as many desired but the weather man after causing con siderable anxiety on the part of those who looked forward to the occasion as one to be greatly enjoyed assum eda more pacific attitude and dealt put to the sons and daughters of the Blue Grass State a much better sample of picnic weather than they would probably have had in the laud of their birth The wives daughters and sweet hearts of the sturdy sons of dear old Kentuck must have used their best culinary skill in preparing the great variety Tempting dishes that grac cd the heavily laded tables which had been specially constructed for the occasion for nothing more palatable 1or more satisfying to the appetite Ilan awaitingicompany was ladies of the Association Several of the gallant sons assisted as coffeemakers fishfryers and as waiters in serving those who sat at the tables The number and amount of the tips they received from those whom they served was not reportedand will not Jikely be spread upon the records of the Association VlellaU were seated around the bountifully latfen tables Rev Dr W H Felix offered an invocation of r r thanksat the conclusion of which a general attack was made by tine guests on the jedibles before them not hurriedly not boisterously but in that pleasant happy mood that ren ders such occasions enjoyable As the feast progressed sociability increased and before it was concluded there was no siof restraint but each one was on easy visiting terms with his her immediate surroundings and conversation story and repartee became infectious and brought all within the scope of good feeling that was socially manifested At tits conclusion of the dinner Dr Felix mounted bench and call ed those present to order with a few general remarks concluding by read ing the following poem arranged for the occasion BACK IN OLD KENTUCKY Pardon stranger did you say youre from Kentucky 7 Shake rBoni were youi Well guess were about of the same make And Pnvjnighty glad to see you stranger for the sake Of the love I bear to Old Kentucky Whats that Youre from the Blue- Grassi Well shake again by Joel From the Blue Grass of Kentucky where the hemp and barley grow r ti c L + i 7 t Ii vtk V q r1J i i 11 ht A J oqiCaii ed i n i f z r7 J Xr t J iciv l fc I I 2 A A People so or I Y I havent been there stranger since two long years ago But my heart is full of Old Ken- tuckY In the Blue Grass Played there many a summer afternoon Sat and dreamed there too on many a night in June Looking oer the meadows I could see the rising moon Shining white down on dear Old Kentuckyiw Two long years of wandering among the haunts ofmen Two long years 7 Ive seen a lot of this old worM since then j But tonight Id surely likeMo wander backagain Back into the Blue Grass of Kentucky Sweetest times are the old times like those we used to know Sweetest scenes and sweetest dreams are those of long ago Down there in the Blue Grass where the meadow daisies grow Back at home in fair dear Old Kentucky Still her spell is on me and her mu sics in my ear Still her memory shines to me al though it be through tears Still my heart goes back to her across the lapse of years Back into the scenes of Old Ken tucky Theres no better State than her upon Gods rolling earth Theres no better people got this side of birth y Of more real bottom and more hon csjty and worth Than the folks wliore born in Old KentuckyI Boasting am J7 Well thats a Blue Grass failing but + The home of Clay and Breckinridge has got a right to strut Read the names of soldiers and of statesmen that were cut On the shaft of fame by Old Ken tucky Mighty glad to see you stranger it does a fellow good Fills him with a sentiment of kin and brotherhood Makes him feel as if hed met a fellow of the blood When he strikes a man from Old Kentucky Sweetest times are the old times the days of long ago Sweetest scenes sweetest dreams lire those we used to know Down there in the Blue Grass where the meadow daisies blow Ten thousand miles away in Old Kentucky This was followed by a short address by Judge Robert L Stout who deprecated his own ability to enter tain on such occasion but no one agreed with him on that point judging by the pleased countenances and hearty applause given him at the con Continued on Page 3 1J ivv n wnnnin i The Merchant Who Advertises T Is Working For YOU The nonadvertising merchants of this city do not seek your patronage your attention or favorso why should you confer them The progressive merchants pays attention to YOU thus deserving to have YOUR attention in return They are on their metal all the time to secure values for yon that will stand inspectionthat will stand ADVERTISING For the fact that he advertises places upon the merchant the necessity to make goodto meet live competitionto so wisely buy as to be able to sell to your profit as well as his own He is placed under a perpetual testand he must emerge always with your increasing friendship He must work for YOUwith your approval ever in mind He must find bargains for Vyou extra value things for you he must protect you on styles qualities on prices e is enlisted in your service And the nonadvertising raaerciiarit is NOT r ww vTvty V w i 6of i it rJ t- POLICE SAID TO HAVE KIDNAPERS Two Men and Woman Are Caught In Act of Leaving Cleveland Special to The News SHARON Penn March 24Jm es Wliitla and his son Willie left at noon for Cleveland to view the suspects The names are believed to be Mrs Helen Foulkner and James Boyle The woman is reported to be a relative of the Whitla family Cleveland 0 March 24fwo men and a woman were arrested here by Captain Shattuck and Detective Ward on Ontario street having in their pos session 984550 in currency To the police they explained that they were on their way to the Balti more Ohio railroad depot but they declined to reveal their identity or their destination Part of the money was found in a satchel which was carried by one of the men and upon being searched at the police station more of the money in currency was found secreted in the skirt of the woman At the police station the woman appeared to be the spokesman of the party and said You have got the goods on us and there will oe hell in Sharon tomorrow Captain Shattuck and Detective Ward were attracted by the movement of the trio and approached them with a view to learn their identity Whither are you bound in such haste inquired the police captain The man carrying the satchel drop ped his precious burden and started to run The remaining man and wom an stood their ground Shattuck took up the chase for the fleeing man and captured him only after two shots had been fired while Ward stood guard over the others Chief of Police Kohler and Inspector Rowe are confident that the possession of so large an amount of money warrants the suspicion that the trio may have been implicated in the kidnaping of Willie Whttla SHARON BOYS EVEIOUS Most Any of Them Would Trade Places With Willie Whitla Sharon Pa March 24About 5000 citizens of Sharon last night paraded the streets headed by a brass band and two military companies to the Whitla home where a demonstration- was made in honor of the kidnaped boys return home Willie Whitla does not yet seem to what he and his parents PlayIIngbicycle played marbles and assisted in flying a kite He is the object ofi the childish envy of every boy Sharon any one of whom would be glad to have had his experiences Boy Fails to Identify Wess Youngstown 0 March 24An Im mense crowd gave Billy Whitla an ovation as he arrived at the Erie sta tion here He was driven in a closed carriage with his father and detec tives to the central police station where he failed to identify Joseph Wess among a crowd as his abductor Kidnaping Scenes Barred Detroit Mich March 24Al1 mov ing picture shows in this city were notified by the police that they would not be permitted to show any scenes hereafter of the kidnaping of chil dren DIES BY ROADSIDE Aged Woman Stricken While Seeking Aid For Dying Son Winnipeg Man March 24A party of Odd Fellows on their way to the home of William Brash near We taske Alberta found the dead body of his mother 82 lying a quarter of a mile from home On reaching the house they found the son sitting in a chair dead It is thought the son became ill and that the mother was stricken while going for assistance Lead Producers Enter Protest Salt Lake City March 24 At a meeting of the lead ore producers of Colorado Nevada Idaho and Utah resolutions were passed protesting against a reduction of the tariff on lead It was also decided to send a representative to Washington to represent the producers during the con sideration of the tariff bill Missing Youth Is Located West Liberty 0 March 24After a search in all parts of the world Glenn Prater 20 son of a wealthy farmer of this place has been located in an asylum near London England and will arrive in New York accom panied by an attorney who discov ered the young man and cabled his troubles to the family Tliefa isnone of us are tted crSi1ell t ii 1 F II ItI ultf WILLIE WHITLA IDNAPED BOY FOR WHOSE RETURN 10000 RANSOM WAS PAID r u BEGINS OILING STREETS SOON Street Committee Has Received Sev eral BidsMayor to Prepare Several Streets The dry condition of the streets and the high wind that was blowing Wednesday morning have caused the question about oilinS the streets to be agitated The Street Committee of the City Council has received several bids on the oiling tIle streets but nothing further has been done It will prob ably be a mon tIt or mare before any thing can be done as the Mayor will wait until the weather warms up He also intends before doing this to spreada layer of metal on Main street and probably others that will be oiled BANDY A FfW- COMPLIMENTS Chairman Payne and Congressman Langley Have Sharp Tilt On Lumber- WASHINGTON lI24LnepMa 1 resentative Langley had it handed to him pretty hard by representative Payne this afternoon Mr Langley is an ardent advocate ofa 2 duty on lumber while Mr Payne defended the course of the Woys and Means Committee in reducing th eduty to 1 as tending to reduce the price of stumpage and check speculation in timberIf the gentleman from New York lived in the backwoods he would not want to reduce the price of timber land said Mr Langley 0 well rejoined Mr Payne if I lived in the backwoods I think I would climb to the top of a high peak and learn that there were other people in the United States besides those in the woods There were laughter and applause at the expense of Langley who took both good naturedly UNKNOWN MAN KILLS TEACHER Miss Anna Mangano While on Way to School Was Shot in the Streets Special to The News NEW YORK Match 24Tuna Mangano a School teachers vas shot and killed by a man while on Jier way to school this morning The murderer refuses to give his name or motive for the act Doctors often doom henl to death and the doom dbesnffc materialise 1 r 1 tJ iti 1 t t 1 HAVE DECIDED TO ORGANIZE Uniform Rank in Connection With 1Local Camp of the W 0 W At a call meeting of Camp No 82 of the W 0 W Tuesday night was decided to organize a Unifon Rank in connection with local camp Major T S Nclligan of Louisville is here thbcamp and is meeting with some encouragement He has also had th charter of the lodge opened afev days so that members could be ac ccpted at the regular charter fee IMPERSONATORTO Next Wednesday Under Auspices Ladies of First Christian Church Mr Gilbert Alice Eldridge the im personator will appear at the Winchester opera house under the aus pices of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian Church Wednesday night March 31st Mr Eldridge presents a widely varied artistic ant popular repertoire of costumed in terpretatioris ofa high order anc comes to this city recommended bj press and patrons COM ITIEE IS- NOW IN SESSION Burley Tobacco Society Considering Case Where Tobacco Was Not Taken The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society are in ses sion here Their meeting so far has been secret and nothing has been given out but it is understood that it was called for the purpose of taking action on the tobacco that way bought by W P Collins Son of Louisville and which they have de clined to take and also for the sale of the funked tobacco which was mentioned in the daily papers recently The purchase of Collins Bro amounted tp about 1800 hogsheads which will probablyfall on the other independents who were partners in the original purchase but it may be that the committee will decide to sell this amount again to the highest bidderThe sale of the funked tobacco will amount to about 250 hogsheads of the 1906 crop which were culled from 3600 hogsheads which have been graded and delivered The Executive Committee spent the morning at the warehouse where a large force of graders are at work J i ht t Ii 4t Vt x 1- ALDRICH FAVORS STRICTEST ELCONOMY IN GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Suggests Method Of Making Both Ends Meet Is Apiist Special Tara Says United States Might Reduce Expenditures Washington March 24That a de termined effort will be made to reduce public expenditures to such an extent that governmental needs may be met by revenues derived from du ties on imports and without resorting to anyof the special taxation schemes that have been suggested in connec tion with tariff revision is indicated by a remark made by Senator Al drich chairman of the senate committee on finance During the recess of the committee Mrs Aldrich was asked to give his opinion of the plan erroneously ac credited to President Taft to place a tax on dividends declared by corpora tions Mr Aldrich replied that he had not given thought to it and add ed that he would not concern himself with any of the various plans to raise revenues Dy special taxes until it could be ascertained how much reve nue could te produced by levying du ties on imports and whether the run ning operations of the government could not be decreased so as to make special taxes unnecessary Great significance is attached to the remark made by Mr Aldrich It Is asserted upon what is thought to be accurate information that a major ity of the members of the financt committee regard with disfavor the proposed inheritance tax feature the proposed income tax levies upon div idends of corporations tax on coffee and practically all forms of stamp taxesIt recognized that in the form in which the Payne bill was reported to the house from the ways and means committee sufficient revenues to pay the running expenses of the government at least upon the present basis of annual appropriations can not be collected from duties on Imports alone The inference drawn from Mr Aldrichs expression therefore is that the revision of the tariff must curtail the tendency to expand annual appropriations at each succeeding session of congress No credence is given at the capital to the story that President Taft and Senator Aldrich have disagreed over any of the features of the tariff bill It is true that Mr Taft has discussed several of the special taxation fea tures that have been discussed pub licly by tariff experts in congress but it is generally believed that the pres ident will welcome any plan to avoid imposing these taxes if they can be avoided without raising the existing duties on the necessities of life and by lowering the duties on some art cles that hebelieves are now too high DISCUSSES INHERITANCE TAX Representative Payne Says It Is Bet ter Than Income Tax Washington March 24 Following an elaborate explanation of the ad ministrative features of the Payne tariff bill Mr Payne discussed the inheritance tax proposed We want ed some more revenue about 20 000000 more he said We wanted to make ends meet under tale bill and therefore we provided for an in heritance tax He stated that a proposition for an income tax was be fore the committee but there were strong doubts about the constitution ality of such a tax He was interrupted by Mr Clark Mo with an inquiry If it was not true that President Taft had intimat ed that an Income tax could be drawn that the supreme court as now consti tuted would declare constitutional Mr Payne replied that he did not believe President Taft ever made such an as President Taft did make such a suggestion was the contention of Mr James Ky In 1907 at Colum bus 0 he said Mr Taft incorporated that proposition in a speech which was taken down stenographically and printed in the newspapers Mr Payne while not doubting Mr James statement said he did not know whether Mr Taft took that view or not I dont think how ever he said that there is any au thority for such a law Both Mr James and Mr Clark pointed to the fact that certain por tions of the income tax provision of the Wilson bill which were not held to be unconstitutional could be en forced and inquired why something was not done to enforce that law Mr Paynes response was that it was not believed an income tax law was constitutional But even so he said he would prefer an inheritance tax because an income tax occa sioned perjury and fraud unending With this discussion Mr Payne after being on the floor for five hours and ten minutes closed Before to sat down lily Garner T4erji reaeAid- J i trB 1 C 1iii r i jplf if s x j 4 1 s L f J t 3s TIME E TKA pac 1IItNIy lrsnaer tIIIIM Well Miieyr sllllr 1IIIwn r I his question If opportunity ifould HIOI given to amend the bill I am more hazy now than I THW yesterday replied Mr Payne aali applause He declared twaate4tke bill put through as quickly as poMi ble The country is waiting theac tion of congress he said Trade is waiting The wheels of industry are stopped pending the action of con gress upon this bill Men eager to work for a fair days pay are looking anxiously for the passage of this bill Business interests of the country nay throughout the whole world are waiting for the action of this hones I believe it will open the ports of otk er countries I believe it will not stop the labor of a single hand 1 believe it will start up industries throughout the United States I believe that good and blessings to the people of the United States will came from the passage of this bill and my anticipation and hope is that it will be the earliest possible moment this bill will go over to the senate on its way to become a law This peroration coming as it did unexpectedly roused the Republicans to a high pitch of enthusiasm They clapped their hands thumped their desks and patted their leader on the back Mr Payne modestly bowed his acknowledgments Today Champ Clark of Missouri Is expected to discuss the new tariff measure from the viewpoint of the minority party in congress ELLIS LUTO RETA r POSITION v Ohio Man Will Continue as Of ficial Trust Buster t Washington March 24The attar t ney general has asked Wade H Ellis of Ohio to continue in his present position of assistant to the attorney general and it was officially an nounced that Mr Ellis had agreed to do soThe investigation and prosecution of violations of the antitrust law are especially under the direction ot the assistant to the attorney general la view of Mr Ellis experience In dealring with such questions while he was attorney general of Ohio Attorney General WIckersham says he consid ered it important to continue him id charge of that important branch of the work of the department of justice Mr Ellis appointment according to the attorney general insures a vigorous and intelligent prosecution of offenses against the antitrust law1t REFUSE WAGE CUT Employes of Reading Iren Company Notify Superintendents Reading Pa tart 24 A com mittee representing the 3Moe ployes of the Reading Iron company appeared before the superintendents of the different plans and laid before them the decision of the employes not to submit to a reduction in wages of from 7 to 15 per cent No answer was given to the men The cut in wages takes effect next Monday Cincinnati Manufacturers Fined Cincinnati 0 March 24The Ohle state department of workshops and factories won its first victory in the fight against Cincinnati manufactur ers charged with violating the child labor laws when In Magistrate Mid lers court the H Strateraeyer company pleaded guilty to four cues of employing minors and was flied 25 and costs in each case J ADMITTED TO BAIL Are Three Men Under Indictment Ftr Murder at Linden LONDON Ky March 2 f=George Miller Taulbee Mille and Ben Millerlwho were indicted at the rec itt term of the Laurel Circuit Court fer ttt murder of John CKadwiek OH Christ sadmaswho have been confuted in the Lair county jail here ever wnoewittoiit Ire were brought before Cb Pennington yesterday tti writ of habeas g sad aftkn iKeboniwas fixed at5JOOO arid Ben Alec 12000 1 r flpif ti ffiV y rt y f 1 1 J 1 h t i fttlijl s ITo t r Jr PT iP k t IIW c 4 tJfifio IIIBIt t v Ill WIICIEgTEI PEWS j AftJni 98 IWUiPW al J i fII8 JtilMfI JCO Incorporated otI 4 eJUlfillD Sir tetI Winchester Kwtlicky Daily ExciJl iwK ay ft f k iff is seoonaclase matter vmTe2li Tl90ff at the post offe il iVitoHeitef Kentucky under the 1st of March 3 1879 i1I g39IPJJoM RATES r Cafriif Duly one y arT 7r 520 jtaft weekt 10 Payable at office or to collector qyEry week f 8 Hstil Dilivery vv 3 00i iiibD11 1i KU moJ t r 25 PikbiI IlL adia3e j f 1 ADYERTlSlHG RATES f Jiv D1piyac Inch piM ti toy edition 25 BxiaHie8i within one week 50 8iww oontinupusly1 100 cblvjtisr month 3QO Ipoor ijreeEs if ir timetfa week 240 tOW weeksi ttiree times a week 180 zrweeks tyo times a week 120 fiir wea te8 pne tithe a week 75 Ti diacbuiita S months 10 per MlP Dth8 5 per cent one yiar 33 13 per cent i lng ffQtl per LIne fiMtt tice8J body type 71hc urir reading new neadingsl5t n ojhphneSiNo 91 WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 J OIL THE STREETS It is already gettincr dusty and N within a very short time the dry weather will be on us and clouds of dirt jiwil beJJying Let us therefore g t busy early and make preparation to oil the streets Do not let us post pone the matter until Jt is too late tp dp much good VPe wino it ultimately It is bet- t r to start immediately and get the full benefit d fejuj street should be i1edits full length Lat year the part near the Lexington and Eastern depot was not tpucKe J Tlje result was that everyone Who cametothe city or who left pye r that line was compelled to travel through If pfcloud of flust thing adds to tim beauty ofa city so much as good streets wellI tnkfinucare pf We have not the best- strpetsiinthe wprld But we can at very small costniake them pelasant totraveLoverratherthan the reverse And it is a matter of economy In a few daysblpw enough goods will be destrpyed and damaged in the Main street stores by the dust to pay for the oiling many times over 4 Some of the county roads shoul- dlpi1dthisk year The Fiscal Court should look into the matter and see if theyAcannpt spare the iupney Not- hingddsto theHattractiveness of Lex ington and Pfivette more than the weji pa djxpads which surround tha- tcityhey invite visitors and add loS the comfort of the farmers who usetKeinf rLJOIN THE PROCESSION liIjtoa pampaign for new members to tliippinterjial Club and for the col lections jf ues for the current year begin tbis mJJ Eaing eyeraIare al rey aJkwprlo trying to add to the listv The campaign is made doubly interesting by tile offer of a diamond pihby the President Mr C H Bow en to the jtnemoer who secures the most flew membrs and collects the mbtjn current dues The clubhthi1d number 600 mem bers this yar It h SlOW on its r Jti iJtgerprQPortiQof the good ciiihiip of this city and county thikd f any otHer clubin any city of tbStM v Silt wflLsKquld not be satisfiedwith that fc jwrAnt every citizen of the i VThe clpt has prob6roflduef rtjctipbuilding Of W altll Q kpJ19 n ty than flrhla WJlUllO itougbt thir tobe o thaty and our 1 tptlif r 1ttHem ans in onrtwrf iff CLEAN THE CITY mntter with the Civic 1 SWatflie y jJ lIlA r ri t j t O SII- League Committee Danvllli5aiid Carlisle and Cjntkiana and Richmond have undergone or tAr t litlergoing their spring clenning and Wineliestel is still asleep One John Garner is Chairman of thatY committee We have heir him accusedof many things but we have not yet heard it said of him that lIe was asleep The house wivesare cleaning up in side1 Let us gqt fq work and have a yard and sidewalk audfallcy cleaning Now is the time to do the work Wc heard Mr Garner solicit ther iJjr chairmanship of that committeeand- prte of Ins strong arguments for ap pointment was that he could get thc ladies to help him Now is the time to prove that assertion In all seriousness letus all get to iwork Tile editor himself feels ex ceedingly virtuous in giving this ad ivice because his wife engineered the isodding of tile front and back yard the other day and so he feels that he has done his duty OPERA HOUSE The Cry Baby There is nothing so refreshing as an unconscious comedian that is o man who ca1iTbdfcfiTtffiy witliout an effort Mr Cjtrltoh Guy the star in The Cry Baby fltthe opera house next Monday night March 29 is n natural comedian mid the author of the play being a personal friend has dealt with his per ntiIityand fitted him perfectly The story deals Avith va western Cow Boy sudfleniy finds himself staiddidedy is refined and wholesome and does not smirk of the vaudeville but is portrayed so natural and easy by Mr Guy that ymirjpvc and sympa thy goes put fOTiinTtlfrough the en tire play THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM- L j was seen in tho red face hands and body of the little son of H M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the pois oned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writ es his mother seven bottles of Elec tHe Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Only 50c Guaranteed bv Phillips Drug Company WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal Origin Bf the Mennonites The Mennonltes grew out of four ects of Dutch Flemish and German Baptists They derive their name from Menno Simons a Catholic priest wbo became a leader of theAnabaptists in about 1537 Simotis was born in 1492 ChrisbanBelieffore his death Following the death of the leading spirit the sept underwent divisions and changes of creed The DIfferencev ItjJ funny what a difference It makes said the woman whether we are eating dinner with the man in the little blue kitchen or at a table dhote If he feeds his ear with his poott In the little blue kitchen we go into fits but look At huh now Eating kisf spighetti with his bread sUck and wiping his fingers on the table cloth antf zrd it fcire at all Do you V TRY A NEWS WANT- h ADVEftnSEMEHT fjjttJfc f SSykS 5I t jt SING PEAGE SCN6S New York Society Will Celebrate at Carnegie Hall Tonight New York March 24in Carnegie hall tonight the Peace Society of the City of New York will hold an international peace festival The festival will be chiefly of a musical character Singingsocieties of the city and eminent soils Is will represent the different nations by music appropriate to the occasion and characteristic of the nations represented Several ot singers will appear in national cos tume His excellency Wu Ting Fang min lsterto the United States from China will peak briefly as will also Andrew Carnegie the president ofJne society who returned frpm his southern trip in time to preside Most of the embassies and legations in Washington will be represented Seeks to Oust Company CiIjeinnati O March 24Henry T Hunt prosecuting attorney of Hamilton county filed In the circuit court quo warranto proceedings to oust the Union Gas and Electric compny from the city and annul its charter Hunt- charges that the Union Gas and Electric company Is unjustly discriminating in the rates it charges for electricity natural gas and artificial gas and that the corporation ia engaged in other businesses than are specific ally provided for in its articles of in corpqration STRIKE OF MINERS NOT ANTICIPATED preIpared Scranton Pa March 24WIth the preliminary work of organizing the tridistrict convention of the anthra cite mine workers out of the way and with the delegates ready tb take up the question of a new agreement with their employers the impression grows among those who are watching the developments in the hard coal fields that the mine workers will not call a strike unless something not now on the surface develops National President T L Lewis pre sided and in opening the convention made a brief speech In which he ap pealed to the men to stand together and to carry into effect any policy that may be decided upon In the con vention Several committees were created the most important of which was that appointed to define the pol icy of the anthracite mine workers President Lewis was named by the convention to head the committee the other members being the officers and national board members from the districtsIstated the reeling hereabouts is that the men will not go to the extreme of calling a strike An inkling of what is to come if a question of strike is brought before the delegates was had in the convention when one delegate said he was unin istructed and that his people are un prepared for a strike while another said that he had been instructed to stand by the leaders In whatever they advise CURRY CHANGES MIND Withdraws Resignation as Governor at Request of Taft Santa Fe N M March 24Gover nor Curry refused to make public the elegram he received from President Taft saying publicity must come from the White HouSe if at all It is known however that the message contained an expression of President Tafts confidence in Governor Curry and of his support and requested the governor to reconsider his resigna tionI withdraw my resignation because President Taft desired me to remain said Governor Curry and because of the hundreds of telegrams received from my friends throughout the territory urging me to reconsider my res- Ignation Wise to Succeed Stimson Washington March 24The presi dent announced that he will nominate Henry A Wise as United States dis districtL Stimson whose resignation was accepted by the president Hoppe Again Triumphs Hoppedefeatedthird block of their 82 billiard match here by a score of 400 to 192 i THE MEAT OMT Archives and records for 25 years were destroyed when the building of the chamber of deputies Mexico City was burned to the ground Mrs I N Newberger wife of a wealthy Chicago merchant was fined 100 and sentenced to jail for 10 days for shoplifting Frederick Lang was hanged in the jail at New Brunswick N J for the murder of his niece Kitty Gordod who had refused to roarry him The Australian commonwealth has receded from its determination to BritishtavyMaurice Barnler second captain of the steamer La Savoie Is under ar eSt at New YorK charged with smig- liuir 2oOO worth of diamonds into his country TI f40 ft p i i i f 5 WORLDS RECORDS BROKEN Cyclists arid Aulolsts Have Great Sport at Daytona Beach Daytona Flu March 24Tbe sev enth annual Dayfona automobile races opened with one bicycle one motor cycle and two automobile events and in each event a former worlds record was annihilated The first event was a quartermile dash bicycle in which there were 10 starters By a fast sprint Fogler of Brooklyn flashed across the line a winner closely followed by Root and Mitten Time 30 15 The second event was for 200 miles open to stock cars The race however was reduced to 100 miles by agreement Louis Strang drove a great race going the distance in 13401 15 lowering the worlds rec made by Burman on the New Or lord track last February- The next event was for the Sir Thomas Dewar 2000 trophy one mile best two out of three There were two entries David Bruce BroWn the millionaire amateur driver and Ralph de Palma Brown on his third heat hurled his great car across the line in 33 seconds flat for the mile and breaking the worlds amateur roe ord held by him of 35 35 seconds The fourth and last event of the day was the one mile motor cycle record trials William Wray Jr of New York rode the mile in 45 sec onds flat lowering nis own record JLf 45 Seconds MUELLERS PARTY HOMEWARD BOUND Aeronauts Have Thrilling Ex perience In Mountains Los Angeles Cal March 24After one of the most harrowing experi ences In the history of ballooning Captain A L Mueller and nis five companions who ascended in the big Ferris balloon America at Pasadena last Saturday afternoon and became lost in the Sierra Madre mountains arrived on foot at Switzers camp on the slopes of Mount Wilson un harmed The men passed through a series of hardships the details of which have not been learned At Switzers camp they were provided with horses and began the descent from there to Pasadena over a tor tuous and slippery trail The balloon was in the air less than two hours it was carried by the strong wind over the milehigh ummit of Mount Lowe and swept on across the Intervening peaks and canyons to1 the lofty summit of Mount Gabriel Crossin Strawberry peak in the third range at a low altitude the balloon encountered a strong current of cold air which brought It rapidly to earth A successful landing was effected on the north side of Strawberry peak in what Is known as Little Tegugga canyon less than two hours after their ascension at Pasadena The distance covered was less than 15 miles in a direct line but by any possible foot route many times that distance They wandered through the moun tains in a severe blizzard until they became snowbound at Colbys ranch After the blizzard had spent its force they proceeded to Switzers camp where they were met by a rescuing party and provided with horses Rbosevelts Chum Dies Cincinnati 0 March 24Just as Theodore Roosevelt sailed from New York for Africa one of his comrades at San Juan Hill Major F H Brown died of apoplexy at the dinner table at Fort Thomas Ky Major Brown was 54 years old He was captain of a company of the Third infantry in the battle at San Juan Hilf and he and Colonel Roosevelt were fast friends Brown later went to the Philippines and won promotion by his gallantry FIGHTS IllS RESCUERS Philadelphia Man Saved From Suicide by Crew of Traction Car Philadelphia March 24A man giving the name of Joseph Kent at tempted suicide by hanging He was found suspended from a limbe of a tree by the crew of a suburban trol ley car When placed on the trolley bar he regained consciousness and fought his rescuers Pleads For Womans Lifet Cincinnati 0 March 24Dr Sarah Slewers president of the Susan B Anthony club of Cincinnati sent a personal letter to Governor Hughes Of New York asking that the death sentence of Mrs Farmer of New York be changed to life imprisonment on the ground that the prisoner was a jmarried woman and therefore was not a free agent but was controlled by her husbands Influence In the murder they committed Boston Kicks on Tea Tax Boston March 24We earnestly protest against a tax on tea in times of peace was the text of a resolution unanimously adopted ata meet- Ing ot representatives of nearly every tea importing and jobbing Chouse in Boston Photographers In Session Toledo 0 March 2i1lore than 200 delegates are attending the an nual convention of the OhioMichigan Photographers association which is in session at M poriai hall IS QUILTING PAnTY I This Old Fashioned Amusement tAfii fordsLots of Fun Old fashioned parties always mean a vast deal of fun and eniojment and as a rule they are more successful than the ordinary affair of today Every one appreciates a change from cards and similar forms of amusement and for this reason an old fashioned quilting party will have more than its share of success The hostess must try to borrow an old quilting frame If she has not one herself and on this the quilts must be stretched ready for tying when tie guests arrive After the quilts have been tied refreshments must be served in the dining room The table should be covered with a spowy cloth that has beejufolded and- refolded and pressed hard so that when It is placed on the table the small squares will show up distinctly to simulate an old fashioned quilt de sign In the center of the table have a square of delicate lavender material the edges of which have been neatly hemmed Decorate this centerpiece In each corner with a tiny square of dainty flowered chintz Use place doilies of the same lavender material and decorate each doily with a small dia mond patchwork design of chintz Use silver or glass candlesticks and shade them with lavender shades crowned with a little wreath of pale blue forgetmenots If you procure the right shade of lavender you will find that the blue and lavender will blend exquisitely At every corner have little lavender sprigs and forget menots Pin guest cards to the bouquets with long quilting needles threaded with lavender ribbon and write on the cards some bit of quaint stilted sentithei- ltTABLETTOLINCOLN Womans Republican Club Unveils One at Cooper Union New York On Lincolns birthday on the plat form from which President Lincoln made his famous speech In the Itfrgc hall at Cooper Union New York city In I860 the Womans Republican club unveiled a tablet In his memory There were appropriate exercises The presentation of the tablet waSfacknowl edged with thanks In a speech by the Rev C R Richards The tablet is of white marble flanked by two Ionic pilasters with massive bases and capitals on a background of black marble Lettered In gold upon the tablet are these words Let us have faith that right makes might and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our duty as we understand it Abraham Lincoln On a metal plate below is engraved the dedicatory inscription This tablet Is presented by the Wom ans Republican club of New York to Cooper Union Feb 12 Erected on the centennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln first Republican president of the United State on the platform where he made his famous speech of which the above Is part Feb lE60 The tablet was desir ed by Charles IL Lamb and executed in the studios of the Messrs Lstmb at the request of Mrs William Cumming Story presi dent of the Woman Republican club Babys Bed While Traveling- I have a tiny Infant with whom I have had occasion to do considerable traveling said a writer recently My first thought was naturally to make baby as comfortable as possible This I accomplished in the following manner and any one of you who will once try It will always afterward travel the same way- I secured a twentyfour inch market basket covered the bottom witlf a soft pad and added a dainty pillow for ba bys head Here he lay covered light ly with blankets and was as comfort able as though at home In his own little bed Furthermore I made It more attractive by painting the out side of the basket with white enamel and winding the handle with light blue ribbon with a bow on one side It is needless to say that baby was the center of attraction wherever he went This is as useful for short trips pnVhe electrics etc as on long railroad jour neys as the basket can easily be held on your lap Then again It answers as a bed whenever you stop for the night Everything which you need for baby for the entire day can be carried In the basket and you can do away with the extra bag Cardinal No Society Gossip Dexterous in debate Cardinal Gib bons administered a delicate rebuke to a social leader who entertained him at dinner In Baltimore a few evenings ago This woman was Intenselyeager to know Inner facts about the AbruzzI EJkins affair and she thought the car dinal might tpll If questioned adroitly At the dinner she brought the subject around gracefully and enlivened the company with details of that particu tar international near match The cardinal seemed frankly interested and even asked few questions The host ess was delighted She told other de tails and then trained her guns on the prelate As every one admitted the two young persons were In love what did the cardinal think was the reason of the rupture That was her ques tlon The cardinal has a wlnninr smile He said softly You must real Ize hojv many burdens my position entails and what responsibility rests on me Surely you do not wish to add t them by making me a society reporter A Useful Hint To fasten shields Into the waists of gowns sew a small piece of taffeta binding rjbbjm to each end of the rnields and others to fhe arm cyes to correspond Then tie them fii It E a great savlug of time and trouble especially for wash gowns and those WB Ifl wajrwTre tb r L 1 f 11 tat V c ft f 1 c rI Clark County ConstructionCo I NCORPORATED Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year Radiac- esttksFac much On tfie Basis of Equipment and the application of Economical Business SSgftlethods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions ofroads public or prir 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 specialty and satisfaction guaranteed Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 1OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial dcprcsr don Notwithstanding the hard times there has been i steady growth fro the start in the number of our depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business J H HODGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L COCKRELL Vice President WEST BEND Sanford Everman left Monday for bis home in Indiana after vis iting here for sAveral weeks Mill Rose and Rosa Thacker of this place were married Mon lay George Powell has moved from Cluy City to th Ware place near here Uncle Ben Hall who is staying at the Soldiers Home at Johnson City Tennessee is visiting relatives and friends here Thos Ogden bought a boundary of timber und from Chas Swope and is havipg the timber made into railroad ties Andy Ledford of Snow Creek is very ill of smallpox Sam Eyerman has movedrfrom the Pine Ridge to the Elmer Tliaok er place Rev M M Roundtree wenttff Owen Chapel Saturday to fill his regular appointment I EGYPT Jeff Boone was the pleasant guest of his parents Mr and Mrs C W Boone Sunday and attended church KiddvilleMrs Finney has been quite ill for some time is much bet terIMiss Nellie Rash began a spring school at Kiddville Monday S22 Rev George Suepherd of Richmond began a protracted meeting here Sunday night j Mrs Mary E Rupard sold a small tract of land to Dr C M DriverMiss Florence Rupard who has been quite sick the past week is able to be out again 4t COLBY STATION David Prewitt is on the sick list The little child of Mr and Mrs W H Klauk has been seriously ill- butis now somewhat better Rev J N Culton of Richmond pent last Friday night at the home of J S Jones en route for Log Lick where he preached Sunday Little Ray Walker of Winchester spent part of last week with his cousins Misses Nancye Lane and pony Mullins Mrs Mildred Henderson of Lo gan Lick is visiting relatives in this community Miss Mary Culton of Richmond is the attractive guest of Miss Nancy Steven I Mrs C P RObbins and three lit tIe sons Loyd Lawrence and Jacob visited her parents Mr and Mrs Barnes near Winchester last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Andrew Thacker of Winchester spent from Saturday until Monday with friends in this neighborhoodProf E Lanter spent last Tlrnrdaynilt lyitliJ S MqUini iPS jjjjj5jjjjjjjj No n mers as as a poor on a open B both who I= IOPERAHOUSE MONDAY MARCH 29th CHAS W MERCER Presents a Metropolitan Company Supporting the Popular Young Character Actor G CARLTON GUY IN A REAL COMEDY DRAMA THE CRYSBBj Hoar the HelPs Neck i Quartette PRICES Downstairs 35 50 and 75 cehijg Gallery 25 cents 4f r Jonas R Bush of Winchester Ade Wetb apd E T Jones brougtihfrIuiust cal instruments and etihsfturday evening at the hoinepF SA oXijcellentenjoyed ocaLOCKHAC Millard Oaboine spenttj Suday with Berry Sams M t Mies Flora Vaughn of JCpjfiLick is visiting friends andle thYS near Winchester Miss Ivy Raglanii is visibng friends and relatives at this place Mr and Mrs J L Witt spent from Friday until Monday with friends and relatives at holbyville anti Lexington =Miss Qracie Tipton spent from Saturday until Monday with Miss Cora Burgher Mr and Mrs John Grefr Mr and Mrs Gus Aldridge Mr and Mrs Tom Hays and family Mr ancL 1tps John Greening Alva Resin Ida B Hays and Millie Witt speidt Sunday with Mr and Mrg BelJfLGreening Mr and Mrs Everett W lSIHnt Sunday night with Mr and Mrs en1 Burgher Have Faith In V ura ff Vergil They conquer hvbelIeTe they can i pv c THE WiNClfESTERltWSI Pass TbcM I GsIIIWe have a very large and well assorted stock of m all the new designs for spring and summerjust in I It IComte and Look at them I Ic H BOWEN L vJ SqCIETY tf The Summer Capital NOTEPres Taft and his broth ers ire looking for a uiUible loca tio Ton the New England coast for a summer colony which will become the summer capital ofcourse With apologies to the late Felicia f Hemons h V highonAnd the woods against a stormy sky Their giant branches tossed While rumors fill the air As the Tafts now calculate Which site theylj Noose an fanners 1 nook For booms in real estate farFromthe white way I es foam And the rocking pines of the forest roar- Around the summer home Of the Tafts to be and real estate Will Soar like the eagles when The farmers get a thousand for What didnt cost them ten t The Yankee coast guard now Is resting on its arms Anti digging into methods how To advertise its farms To catclrthe trade of Taft et a1 And whoop the price of laud For wliidhnopower on earth but Taft Could start a big demand The isacred soil of sacrifice The lbWill rise in glory and jn price When summercapitalijed And they will call it holy ground Where Uncle Sam has trod For every Yankee on the spot Will realize a vai W J LAMPTON w rt rMrs Edward Clark has issued in yifatibns for an At Home on Fri day afternoon in compliment to Miss Brown of Boston Mass PartyMr Crutcher entertained a few friends Monday evening at their elegant country home with cards in honor of Miss Sara Peak of Louisville the charm ing quest of Mies Allan Crutcher The entire lower floor of tie house was attractively decorated in jonquills and ferns Euchre was played until a late hour and throughout the evening dainty confections were served Jeweler and Optician At the conclusion of the games a delicious and refreshing lunch was served at the small tables Those present for the evening were Mr and Mrs John Clel land Misses Sara Peak of Louis ville the honor guest Mary and Allan Crutcher Florrye Smith Anna Stoner Rash Ella Pendleton Nancy Hodgkin Messrs Fleming Quisenberry Dr David McKinley Joe Kunneley Will Lane Clay McClure James Phillips and Jesse Bonde Mr W M S Reed of Nashville Tenn and Miss Minnie Mae Horns by of this city were married in Nashville Friday March 19th Hart Chapter D A R Hart Chapter D A R will hold its regular monthly meeting with Mrs J G Johns on Maple street Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Boys of Church of Christ The boys of the Sunday School class of the church of Christ held another very interesting meeting with Mr John Rice on Cook Ave nue Tuesday night They decided to hold the next meeting with MI Archie Hammonds on South Main- stret PERSONALS Mr Stuart Tracy of Lexington is here mingling with his old friends Mr Allie Jones of North Middle town was a visitor here Monday Mrs Lizzie Dudley spent Tues day in Lexington Misses Anna and Margaret Clay of Mt Stlerling were the guests of Miss Emma TUrI bull on Tuesday Mr Chenault Woodford of Mt Sterling was in town Monday the guests of friends Sara Beverlv Jouett has re IMiss home from a visit to Dan ville and Lexington Mrs C H Loveland spent Tues day in Lexington Miss Pattie Moore returned Tues L6xingonI was in Lexington Monday night Mr Lindsay Cockrell spent Mon day and Monday night with his brother Dr Allison Cockrell of Phenommal PricesSt 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 4Quality and Quantity We have given special attention to our Garden and Flower Seeds and know we carry the best to be had Do not be misled by cheaper and inferi prgrades iL Remember Our Prices ARE RIGHT RWRounsavall Go SOLE AGENTS Fernd ll Pure Foods Chase 6 Sanborns Coffees Huylers Candies Prices Lard and Sausage BOTH PHONES No 40 t t 2 Jc ikc i Ltii s t Lexington and attenddPoly of iheCircug r Mr JbarkSj ofFordtliJjent Tues In town j MrsDavis of i Mayslick spent Tuesday here as the guest of Mr antI Mrs Gus Brooks Mr A J Earp was in Stanton Tuesday to take of the col lege theretDr Henry Nunnlely was in Stan ton Tuesday on business Mrs John G Cramer of Lexington stopped over with Mrs Rufus Lisle on Tuesday enroute home from Richmond Mr and Mrs Ben Cockrell re turned to their home in Mt Ster ling Tuesday morning after a visit with Mr and Mrs Calmes Miss Joe Boswell has returned home from New Orleans La where she was a bridesmaid in th e ThompsonClarke wedding Mr C B Ross of Lexington was in town Tuesday on business Mrs Prweitt VanMeter of Lex ington spent Tuesday here with Mrs Beverlv Jouett Mr James Buckner of Paris was a guest here Tuesday Mr C B George is in Louis ville on business Rev 0 J Chandler was in Paris on business FORDiMrs Mablt n Flynn has returned to her home after a visit to her brother Dr I A Shirley oft WinchesterMiss Bush of Madison county visited relatives here dur in the past week Miss Maud Moberly visited her aunt Mrs A R Mai tin of Win chester from Wednesday until Sat t Hiday Mrs Burdella Smith of Berry visited Mrs J J Eads last week Dr J H Jelfiies was in Win Chester last Wednesday Miss Hattie Kirkpatrick of North Carolina ia visiting her sister Mrs D J Williams Mr Vernon Rice was in Winches ter Friday on business Mr Sam Ramsey of Winchester visited Dr J H Jeffries during the past week Mr Fleming Griffith who is at tending College itt Berea visited his home at this place from Fri day until Monday Mr R S Tucker was here a fewt days during the past week Mrs Eb Eads was in Winchester Saturday Mrs Maud Bode has returned to her home at Bethel Ohio after a visit of two weeks to her mother Mrs J J EadR Mr and Mrs Worth Thompson have returned to their borne at Stanford Ind after a visit to the latters father Mr S P Witmer Miss Odie Stevenson of Winches ter was the guest ofMiss Ruby Hubbard from Saturday until Monday 3 Misses Carrie and Bernice Belcher have returned to their home after a visit of two weeks with Miss Hattie Turner of Paris Jess Elkin visited relatives here SundayLeon Lisle of Elkin visited relatives here Sunday Mrs Ben Hurst of Richmond visited relatives here Saturday Mrs E L Ellington left Mon day for Curtin W Va where she will join her husband who is employed for a lumber firm Mr and Mrs W T Jones of Richmond visited friends hereI rfaturday Mr and Mrs F J Lipscomb of Richmond are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs Matt Dykes Married March 20th at the residence of Eld J W Harding in Win chester Mr Wash Dykes and Miss Daisy Lamb of Richmond We extend congratulations Mrs Joe Myers of Richmond visited relafives here Saturday ELKIN Ernest Lisle of Covington visited his parents Saturday Mrs Nancye Jane Lisle is the guest of her daughter Mrs Reed at Ford Mrs Shelt Elkin is visiting in Win chesterMrs Lena Moore was the pleasant guest of friends and relatives at Lex ington this week Mrs Annie Ql1isen berry and two daughters Minnie and Alice and Miss Minnie Ford were the guests of Mrs Jessie Hodgkin and family one day last week ==r=Jouett Lisle was the guest of James Daniel near Winchester- S nday and Monday = y 1 t COLTS ARE SHOWING STEADY IMPROVEMENT otto Rochester Hustlers Byra 1 Scare of B fo3 LEXINGTON Ky Marsh 24 Playing a game much improved over their exhibition of Sunday manager Sheets Colts went down in defeat again yesterday afternoon at the hands of manager Ganzels Hust lers by a score of 8 to 3 Although only a small crowd was in attend ance both sides played as if a pen Want depended upon their work and the Colts assisted by only one big leaguer Howard GuyndidCsome excellent work If they continue to improve at the preesnt rate they will bein splendid form when the league season opens Call here for f resh vegetables fish oysters and fruits Home phone 118 j P HUMPHRIES SON 323lt OFFICERS ARE TO BE- ELECTED FOR YEAR Thos J Smith Deputy District Grand Exalted Ruler of Elks To Be Present Wednesday Night Thos J Smith Deputy District Grand Exalted Ruler B P 0 E will be present at the meeting of Winchester lodge No 539 Wednesday night All members are requested to be present Oflicers for the ensuing term will be elected- COMMODORE RICHARDSON DEAD C P Commodore Richardson died at his home in ifexiiigton sev eral days ago Mr Richardson spent he most of his life in this county and probably knew as many people as any man that ever lived here He represented the Singer Spwing Machine Company and in that capacity visited nearly every home He was a kind openhearted generojis man lie had faults but was an to no one but him elfINO CHANCE FOR THE BOOKMAKERS Governor Determined to Prevent Gambling in Defiance of the LawfFRANKFORT Ky March 24 Gov Willson can be depended upon to prevent any violation of the Ken statutes on the subject of rac thebhigher courts of the ijuestions presented in the Latonia Jockey Club case In a conversation he started out by saying that he hates every form of gambling and that he will seethat every law it is enforced He has not kept closely in touch with the Latouia matter and would not express an opinion regarding its legal phases This general declaration of the Chief Executive is taken to mean that wide open racing with the books on at Latonia will be halted shortly after it Starts and that this will be true also if such is attempted on the Louisville course FORCES TRIAL Of Men Indicted For Alleged Night Riding MARION Ky March 2JThat Judge J F Gordon of the Marion Circuit Court intends to force a trial of the men indicted here for night riding is certain The Commonwealth has elected to try four then and the witnesses 100 of them were recognized to appear Wednesday Many of the witnesses who are themselves under indictment are already heer Sanford Hall arrived here yesterday afternoon under military guard He was accompanied by Walter Krone County Attorney of Lyon county Among the Commonwealth witnesses now here are Tom Stevens and wife of Louisville and Henry Bennett now living in Jeffersonyille An attempt was made by attorneys representing the defense to have the cases again continued but Judge Gordon stated in open court that he would get the absent witness and appointed several special bailiffs to get them to Marion by Wednesday Precautions have been taken to protect Hall Bennett and Stevens Virtue for Its Own Sato One ought to seek out virtue for its own sake without being influenced by fear or hope or by any external Influence Diogenes Mr Clayborne Lisle has been on the sick list Ethel Merritt was the guest of Ruth Daniel Sunday and Monday Mrs Jeff Hilland daughter Lucy T and Bee Hill of near Winches ter were guests of J R Lisle and J W Hill Saturday and Sunday ti tI j 9 mmm jit CLEARAIERC- ontinued from Pose 1 elusion of his ad lressILoud calls were made for Judge W 0 Davis who followed in much the same strain as Judge Stout Ho an nounced that he was too full for utterance and then proceeded to upset his own statement in regard to his gastronomical condition by enter taining the company by racy corn ments on various subjects wise and otherwise illustrating some of his points by amusing stories one of which was ofthe old darkey who was found lying on his back sound asleep with mouth wide open Some one slipped a quinine capsule into his mouth and when it had dissolved he awoke and declared that his gall had burstedDr Felix proposed that steps be i taken to erect a pavilion on the is land for the comfort and convenience of gatherings such as the present one and for private parties and suggested that the Kentucky Association contribute 25 for that purpose on- condition that the citizens of Clear water contribute a like or greater sumThe amount was raised and placed- in the hands of Dr T Phillips president of the Association Mr K L Pearce read The Mulli gans in Kentucky a satirical poem which was folowed by singing My Old Kentucky Home and America- A general social time followed while the good ladies were packing up the large amount of eatables that hind been left It would be inviduous to make special mention of those who so acceptably performed the pleasing task assigned them in arranging the tables and tfiq burden of good things which they bore And then without formality the third annual meeting and picnic of the Clearwater Kentucky Association was concluded all the members carrying with them pleasant memories of drays enjoyments and the hope that at the next annual meeting not ime place filled at this gathering may then be vacant The following is a list of those who legistered Dr and Mrs T F Phillips M- randlIrs J D Simpson Mr and Mrs D T Matlack Mrs Southgate Mrs Kerr Thos L Phillips Winchester Mr and Mrs E L Pearce Danville Mr and Mrs Dixie M Hol lins L A Mason Mr and Mrs T D Kelly Jr Misses Annelle gad Virginia Kelly Lexington Mr and Mrs John Peleher Louisville Mrs B F DanIville 1lIrs1Bergmanvine Mrs Eugene H Pierce Aline and Lillian Pierce 1IissesJ L Knight Nicholasville Dr Julian Mrs Julian Miss Lillian Julian Lexington J J Mendeuhall Mrs Mendenhall Misses Lida and Florence Mendenhall Clearwater Mr and Mrs M II Felix Miss Anna Brad Felix Mrs Mattie Bain hiss Marian Bain Mrs Earl Shropshire Lexington Mr and Mrs Ed Weathers Aron Mr and Mrs W 0 Davis Miss Lottie Davis Mr Wilt H Edwards Jr Versailles Mrs C M Phillips Miss Nancy Phillips Louisville Lewis Fields Mrs Lewis Fields Fulton Mrs H G Whitesell Clin ton H W Engman Mrs H W Engman Mrs Clare Hill Draper Lexington Mrs Rose Custer Armstrong Master Custer Armstrong Louisville Mr and Mrs H T Simph son Winchester Miss Marshall Miss Annie Bell Shelbyv lle Mrs William Rodes Miss Mary Ford Rodes Master JaUell Rodes Lexington Mr and Mrs Ike Par rish Dr Ben Parrish Midway 1IrI and Mrs Ike Wingate Versailles i CARLISLE MAY GET A HOSPITAL CARLISLE Ky March 24That Carlisle may have a hospital in the near future is probable The suc a cess of the enterprise now depends upon whether the Nicholas County Medical Society which is backing the proposition can get the cooperation of the city and county authorities and enlist their support in the matter MERCHANTS IN POLICE COURT Warrants were issued for five merchants on Main street Wednesday for allowing goods boxes to remain out on the street and obstruct the passage over Sunday j Their cases will be tried in Police Court Wednesday night Kiy I- 1 0 t to r fclt i fr r i tJ skLrL ft cOT SVpvvY v t 1 r ARTIS TURNBULL 4 Newest Styles ate Herel Tailored Wool Silk and Linen Suits for the most fastedious ladiesf t Pretty House and Evening Gowns Latest Spring Dress Goods and Silks 4r RTIS TURNBULL X00 GXOOX g oorraooioooofr and of I as we do large we i are able quote the very lowest prices con sistent with fine Co We Give S i H Green Trading Stamps HORSE SALE AT LEXINGTON Mr Harbison president of The Sales Co at Lexington as just returned from the where he reports a heavy deman for horses of all classes and w Iie these buyers were advised that a Spring would be held at Lexington April 27 28 and 29 several of them promised they would be on hand for carload lots Never in the history of the horse business was demand better and the sale at Lexington is expected to be a record breaker even surpassing the ojie there in February when nearly 500 head averaged over 300 Quite number of entries have already been made to this sale and as the numbers r absolute limited parties having horses ready for the market should list them with The Kentucky Sales Co at once in order to insure lo cation in catalogue Do not delay as the limit may be reached at anytime Address The Kentucky Sales Co Lexington Ky- SOMETHING GOOD Come Jo the opera house Saturday night and see the moving pictures Admission 10 cents 3244t i it 4 tooiif jP b k J t i t r i IFr THE ELEGANCE and variety represent ed in our present stock of Furniture claim the attention consideration all- FURNITURE BUYERS Buying in quantities to quality The Winn Furniture Sale held tJ I t PRESIDENT ELIOT FOR ENGLAND w President Tafts reported intention i of offering the post of Ambassador to EliotdIiarvnndnwill occasion general satisfaction Dr Eliot is eminently fit in character culture and personal charm for the highest of diplomatic missions He is seventyfive years young and menf ally in his prime No living Ameii can possesses to a greater degree tlfel confidence and respect of the nation irrespective of party None is more worthy to continue the line of am bassadors bf letters from the New World to the Old to use Thackerays happy phrAse among whom wereEv erett Banc oft Motley and Lowell The appointment of Dr EJktt to the Court of St Jamess wonldbca gratifying return to the okUtraai tions governing the selection of oiir Ministers to England in whom wealth has been tIe least of qualification y President Eliot in London would Hit personify the attributes whisk kite made the American tfinieter next to the Premier the meet mterMfauff v figure in Britishsocal and p 1 life F SUBSCRIBE FOR TEi l J rJ I I j I I c c t F F THWIICHESTERNEWS f II fIl f eR I I TWINITbv cZISJ1Cllaughed and Vernon did not note the bitterness there was con ceiled hi the laugh to him it seemed politedeprecationa personal 1 cafl sympatKizV with you thereI hadiI9tPerhaps it was Vernons own need of gylfipathy or his feeling of the need t that made him confess that his own family and friendshad never sym pSthizefi With him especially with the called his work in politics fce fli at any rate that he had struck tiferight note at last and he went on t tpjissure her how unusual it was to publicqtli m And it may have been his curl pajty that led him to inquire How did tOur people feel about yplir taking up the law tMIss Greene said that she did not VernonsriIlc n sense of her evidlng him lve felt pretty lmuch alone inmyi wprk he said The women I know wont talk with me about it they Wont even read the newspapers And Ive tried so hard to interest them iftat V Mrnoitdidrlpresence there close beside him Her gloved hinds lay quietly in her lap sXewas gazing out over the prairies Tile light winds were faintly stirring itswarmburnishing sun suddenly overwhelmed hiinV He stirred and his breath came hard fjpo you know he said In a new confidence that this has been a great day for me i To meet you and to know you as I think I do know you now This morning when I was streaking I felt that with you to help thingsMiss lips as if tolcompress their fullness she moved awSy on the seat arid raised her hand uneasily and thrust it under her veil to put baclc S tress of hair that had strayed from Its fastening Vernon sWthe flush of her white cheeks ciime and go Her eyebrows were d pawn together wistfully and in her blue eyes that looked far away t roug1l1i e meshes of her dotted veil tb re was1 a little cloud of trouble She caught her lip delicately between thee soher teeth Vernon leaned slightly forward as if he would peer iiitb her face For him the day had grown suddenly hot the spring had de veloped on the Instant the oppressive heat of summer He felt its fire he couldsee its intensity vibrating In the airmail about him and he had a sense as of all the summers voices droning in unison The reins dropped from his listless fingers the horse moped along as it pleaded f ti felt It vaguely Vei fibn werit on his voice dropping to a 1l tone and this morning it was suddenly revealed to ineiMiss Greene raised her hand as If to I draw It across her brow her veil stepped her Lets not talk about that now she pleaded LetSenjoy the air and thb- cbuutry I dont have them often HIT hand fell to fier lap The color half gone out of her cheeks And Ver Tfifiiti udien1y felt that the summer had gOne out of the air a cold wind was blowing as over soiled patches of sriow- leftflhshaded depfessibhs of the fields th earth was brown and bare the birdVwere silent He jerked the horse smartly and it gave an angry toss o- f1tlIddas it brolc tf IntO its tentative trbtw l dp Wish you could know the wpjtnen I know sald Vernon bbvi oufly breaking a silehce He spoke in auntIr different Voice uim ht ItoliitltthO ofher way rmeSutthat they Could know you and 1 jneah that they shall YOu would be a revel aUOR to them MisS Greene smiled though her face w is orcareworn almost old fittgh along the line of our consti t1 oiaI Kmendmeht now he saId witt a briskness do you think the womea wlllbecome interested The tfomen lour acquaihtance oiff inriie asked Mist Greene IVpure guying said Vernon and wli Mis Greene serjously protested saig he meant all be womenVrMon a4iiisciaa pr tend to mean all the pewite when they mean only the fPity Vpi mfejjid not she said They cpvjd v th e liajlpi tpmofrowvif tld oaly a t for it The trouble js theyAdotivant i tU lcVeiEwe OTUBt educate them saM q Vernon dr have peat hopes that the on whoa J kftpw willbe aroused b 1tWe are doJrijI st f ti CrL J J II f 4i iI J Vernon Had Left Her at the Hotel hI have no doubt they will said iss Greene There was something enigmatical in her words and Vernon glanced uneasily at her again How do you mean 1 he asked Youll learn when you see the newspapers tomorrow said Miss Greene Do you think theyll have it i- nullaskedf Vernon He was all alert and his eyes sparkled in a new interest On the first page she replied with conviction Have they your picture I dont know Vernon replied They can get it though he added thoughtfullyThey the portraits of all distinguished public men on hand Miss Greene said with a certain reassur ance In her tone Oh well I hope theyll npt print Itsaid Vernon as if just then recall ing what was expected of a distin- gUished public man under such circumstances Thats one of the penalties of being In public life she answered with a curl us smile A penalty the ladles will be glad to pay when our reform accomplished isnt that so said Vernon seeking relief in a light bantering tone I thought we were not going to talk politics she said turning and looking at him She adjusted her hat dud held herself resolutely erect The sun was going down behind the prairies the afternoon was almost gone as they watched the sunset Miss Greene broke the 3ilenc Its a familiar sigh she said and Vernon thought that he had a clue at list She must know the prairies It is Just like a sunset at seat she added When they had driven back fo the thehotelstable By Georg he said suddenly readAmellasHe tumbled in his coat pocket CHAPTER Vllh I Mfss Greenes predictions were all realized in the sensation Vernons speech created The newspapers gave whole columns to it and illustrated their accounts with portraits of Ver non and of Maria Greene Vernon thought of the pleasure Amelia must find in his new fame and when he wrote to her he referred briefly but with the proper modesty to his re markable personal triumph arid thtitf waited for her congratulations The legislative session was drawing to a closes the customary Friday ad journment was nPt taken but sessions were held that day and on Saturday for the work was riling up the pro crastinating legislators having left It all for the last minute The week toll wing would see house and senate sweltering in shirt sleeves and night sessions and now Ita bill were to become law it was necessary that its sponsor stay as it were close beside it lest in the mighty rush of the lat few days it be lost lTp Sei Continued Confounded Napoleon When Marshal Bernadotte was offer d the Swedish thrpae Napoleon bitterly opposed tile idea it was a simple answer whiclrquIed the em ie9r antagonism What said Ber Hadotte would havti me greater thauyptirseir anti refusal crOwn iJr tr t J i c Thft CAPTAIN MNS- 4BIEtI t RAFFlE 1 i r GALLANT GUARDSMAN TOOK r CHANCES AT JERSEY FAIR AND GEISHA WIFEM 1 HAD LONeKNbWN EACffOTHER r Robert BrUnrfer of Rutfierford Per uaded to Take Chancy on Steamship IcketsProposaI and Ro A mantle MarHariC Results New Tork Acrinii perhaps on the r theory that marriage iSaflottery Capt Robert Brunner of Rutherford N yon his bride ata raffle at a Masonic fair Of course the lady who was Miss Marion Brinckerhoff Klpp well known in society and church circles in Rutherford was not put up as a prize to be raffled for but she was won at the raffle just the same Capt and Mrs Brunner have just returned from their honeymoon trip to the south The fueL that they went south on that trip is an important part of their romantic marriageand the raffle Now as Capt Brunner commands Company M of the Fifth regiment N G Nf J is a Freemason an Elk and belongs to about everything else of the king in Rutherford and as Miss Kipp who was was very active in church and club work and belonged to about everything worth belonging to also they saw much of each other soclallyEut there was never a hint that they were to be more than mere friends until that Masonic bazar Miss Kipp was very active in help lug at the bazar She sold flowers for large sums and she persuaded gentlemen to take chances In rallies Among the prizes to be raffled for were two firstclass tickets on the Old DomlnloIi Steamship line from New York to Richmond and return Miss Kipp Who looked upon the young jew eler as fair game at the bazar made Oh Will Said Miss Kipp Laughing him take a chance in the roundtrip tickets to Richmond Pshaw said Capt Brunner I wouldnt have any use for them Im not going to Richmond and if I did go I could only use one ticket Oh take a chance anyhow pleaded Miss Kippfltonly costs a dollar iBut who will go with me if I win captainT Miss Kipp laugh ingly Out came the dollar from Capt Brunners pocket Ill take you at your word he said All right laughed the young wom an never dreaming that anything would come of it When the raffle came off Capt Brun ner won the tickets He put them caretVllyaWay in his pocket and the next afternoon drove up to Miss Kipps house in a buggy and asked her to go for a ride She went trfpdoesntthey returned Miss Kipp had an en gagement ring on her hand f The wedding took place in the Fht1- rCsbyteilazI church of Rutherford it was the biggest social event of the season The church was so crowded that fully two hundred persons were unable to get inside Company M attended in a body and all the Masons and Elks for miles aroundwere there It was In the evening and after the ceremony Company M headebyka brass baud and carrying torches es- Corted the happy couple to the home of the1 brides 1otherI That night Capt and Mrs Brunner took train for New York and they sailed at noon the next day for Nor folk 6n the steamship Jamestown All the way to Norfolk they kept getting wireless messages of congratulations Kills Self With Dynamite Warren Pa Charles F Hull of Grand Valley committed suicide in a way most unique He placed 15 sticks of dynamite in a hollow stump at tabbed a battery 4b it and sat on the stump while he touched the whole tiling off There is a hole where the stump was big enough to bury a big house The only nortioh of Hulls andtont a part of a leg yet re ov erefliwas1 found in a tree two farms away For some ithThihl Md boO- ndeondOnoOauss of financial loesis l Q z 11 rthe Poor is Unboltedi S V WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING I1 INCORPORATED CHESAPEAKE OHIO EasttTound No 26 DaUy ExSun 842 a m No 22 Dailyb41157 a m- No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m o 24 Daily 925 p m t Westbound to 27 Daily Ex Sunday 6 22 aIn- No 21 Daily 803 a in- No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 2 50 p in- To 23 Daily 438 p m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE f Southbound T No CincinnatiKuoxville lb al 1000 a m No CincinnatiJacksonville imited 1057a m No MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati cpneetiofc at Paris irrives at 632 at 635 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta Hmite 1123pm Ngrthb nd- TRAINSCHEDULE No 34 Atlanta Cincinnati Hinifc 506 a m No 10 StanfordMaysville loca ionecting at Paris for Cincinnaf 723 a m No 3 KnoxvilleCincinnati lo pal arrives 250 departs 253 p In No JacksonyilleCiuciEnati limited 5 45 pin Winnesteros y and 10 w ich are daily es eept Sunday LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound Stations jv Lexington Winchester L E Junction Clay City 00 Stan ton 001Campton Junction Natural TJridge Torrent 4 Beattyville JunO Athol 0 K Junction Jackson Westbound Jackson 0 K June Athol BeattvilleJun Torrent Natural Bridge- CainpfohJunc Stanton 00 Clay City 00 00 L E JunO Winchester ArLexington lDaili Ex Sun I AM 6 10 707 730 745 748 815 825 900 912- J955 INo2 Daily PM 1225 I 305 320 350 358 430 435 i 510 447 605 537 GI0 rDailyl ro31 r PM 225 220 252 320 341 1355 357 426 435 507 520 005 No4 Daily A1L- 735 813 826 902 910 93S 943 956 10 17 1045 11 15 1120 SunNo5 Onl AMeI 700- 705 730 754 815 828 828 854 002 931I 10 25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX PERT SUNDVY t iT t L E Junction Traius Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterlit g Campton Junction Trails Noar 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the ilcuntain Central By for passengers to and from Cumpton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will connection with the L i A Railway for BeattyvilLe Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos i and 4 will connect with tho G K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations W A MDOWELL Geal Mgr CRAB SCOTT G P A l7tL THe Minnesota GIrl It is said that every third Minnesota girl Is a breadwinner It is hoped that the other two girls are bread Jfierior4 jjjjjjjjj You are always weJcQmetdcQ t N 1 here and examine our extensive line of doors sashes wainscotibg1 and other highgrade1 raillnwork It is work of Hfchwe are proud Every detail is carefully constructed by mill experts t the sawing planing finish arid geiieral cabinet work is unsurpassH Our prices are pretty low considering I We ask your inspection a COUNTY COURT DAYStI tyCoiirtsties tributary to Winchester Andersen Lawrcneeburg 3rd Mon day MopdayBotirbori Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Brealhitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mon day Estill Irvinef 3rd Monday 1fondnyFleming day yGarrardGrant Williams town 2nd Mon day i V1 Harrison Cyntliiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee BeattyvillCj 4tfr1ondayILincoln Stanford l radison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday MondayMontgpmery Monday Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday BPendletonPowell Stanton 1st Monday Scott GeorgetoWn 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Wppdfprd Versailles 4th Monday KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9tb 6 days Rockcnstle county August 18 3 days Bourbon cpiinty September 7tb 5 days State Fair Lpuisville September 13th 6 days Lincoln county July 21 3 days Spencer county August 10 4 days daysKnoxEwing ICy August 10 3 days Shelby county August 24 4 days Laurel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 days kindlyfurfree charge RuindI am aout to commit suicide writes a friend Cant see any other way out of it You see I was mar ned about a year ago and 20 unmar rled friends sent nice wedding presents Well they are all going to go Igmarried this month y To Save Time A small machine glass with mark Ings indicating different numbers ofIdrops will b found a great saving time to every mother while the accuracy of measurements by means of it is well worth taking into considera tion It v d i Birds as Weather Prophets If birds In general peck at their feathers wash themselves and fly to their nests expect rain Parrots and canaries dress their feathers and are wakeful the evening before a storm If the peacock cries when he goes to roost it is a sign of rain Long andI loud singing of irobins in the morn Ing denotes Tain First Mention ofPlaylng Cards The earliest direct mention of play Ing cards discovered so far is in the History of the City of Viteirbo The author qilbte Covelluzzo who wro Iaboulthe end ofthe fifteenth centw teI In the year 1379 brought into Viterbo the game o cards wbich comes from the country of the Saracens and Is with then- cahiednalb a II The Rights of Roosters An Atchison county farmers Wite brought four dozen young roosters to town the other day Not a pullet in the bumch These rohlckens will bIfriedi Do the roosters get a squa theIJ rooster Ls toa pullet Atchison j Globe Pfc srTat tir j iiiiv s iiI st i M Jf fIMkl the Bustle of Buildin r my stock All no sale u the best place 16 get the Largest Value for Your Money in Well Made Photographs Old Pictures Enlarged at Spec ial Rates for This Season verything iu Picture making and Made Just Right Gallery Work Home Pictures and House Views City or County St Wastefuf Philanthropy Buddie thinks hes done something awfully funny and smart said his mother but he hasnt Look here Hes taken the buttons I had in my work basket wrapped them up in pa per and thrown them down to the lit tle Dutch hand in the court to make them think they were pennies Jt makes me tired There were about a dollars worth of buttons there KILLS A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with ninny victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it pro vention They gently sthIiulate stom deb liver and bowel preventing that logging tliat invites appendicitis curing Constipation Billiousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indi est oll 2co t Phillips Drug Store in a Washington paper thinks that widows make the best the weedwearing state is conducive to soul development that makes for the managing of other husbands than the one for whom she mourns She knows that a man is a contradiction before she begins and there is no danger of her losing her illusions ADOUt uossipmg Talk about women being gossips said a woman on the the other day When my husband and two or three male friends get together no mans reputation Is safeVDetreit Free Press IT SAVED HIS LEG laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve curedit sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Phillips Drustore found arid lost but an old friend can never be found and nature has provided that hevcanhnf easily b lost Samuel Johnson tK j X 7 j i 4r i Sfat r i t tt J ciK tlIne supply for your next bfractand when you do iikotusf you dont know us get acquainted lit once for We are folks you ought to know and you ought to kubw bur lumber too We will be happy supply you with any grade at the fairest figures j n CO I 2 J When You See Your Horse Ifftp whipping better every day You cVuf and grain and hell renay you liui1somely in both dispositien to yror sBd ability to do it Purina Feed Vulcan Plows Old Hickory Wan jsR Martin Coal and Supply Ci Tailor ITO IthKeyessclothingover work fit or JOIINAD4MSMerchant BYALLODDSATBARRETrS Iis BARRETTI all WOULDBESLAYER Widowsi areI car legI FriendsI t thikfyotr1be to = Gomgf supplyingyoull oitliercnyour Chicken Merchant guaranteed Capital Iu1 Undivided Profits 160000 THE Winchester Bank 01 WINCHESTER KY t N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENTB = W R SPHAfc CASHIER I SOLICITSYOUR ACCOUNTS i GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas HaganW- inchester Ky iorner of Broadway and Highland 1 W DOLRHlNfTAILOR SHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed 8 lenlred We do French Cleaning and CaarMttec Satisfaction I t Ladies Party Dresses Sbeclalty r Give Us a TrIal and we do the rest Xlf called for and delivered 24 W Court Sti Home Phone 645 WlBchestfer Ky Conkwriglit Transfer ad Ice Ca Crating Hutting anl Ha ngFiK fiHure Plaoii Etc a SadaRv NO North Main strICt IttJI l1I Implements of the right kind J It MARTIN COAL SUPPLY COM PANY at Mc6ord Tracy and Mc or mick1 3174t Money and Knovrit4 tf Money and knowlede jr wholly unlike in that the less knowledge on- etheeaatr1bad Js to nick up mora J 1I t I If I4v 4i k r J w 7 t I a I y c r t J i l c y A 3i Aft t iL J H JlL I tt t J f S1 c i AliTJPfJ t 1tit n w r Al ott lQ TfI r p si tr ffLt I i r iIttF J tw1Yt 1 t 1 fIrOv rJ t r wl t q l rL iT T l 1 t THEWI W HEJWIEWb tit TT t ji oW 4 T7 l TJ pj r I OFP1iIAL SCHEDULE OP BLUB GRASS LEAGUE c CITIES Lexington Iflicliiiiond Frankfort J Slielbyvilie Paris j rt 7 Winchester j 1 Official American League Schedule CHICAGOI ST LOUIS HETROITt CLKVELN1 WASH PHILA NEW YORK BOSTON AT HOME ABROAD At Lexington WE May 15 16 June 6 14 27 July 17 18 Aug 7 8 28 29 Sept 12 May 22 24 26 June 7 8 25 26 July 24 Aug 10 30 Sent 7 9 May 8 9 30 31 31 June 020 Julv nAug 1 22 Sept 06 May 7 13 18 June 22 30jJuly 5 16 28 Aug 9 Scot 4 10 11 April 30 May 1 2 23 29 June 5 13 July 4 25 AUJJ 14 15 Sept 5 J t I At Chicago WATCH Apr 25 26 June 29 30 July 3 Sept 2 3 Apr May 2 SC3l June 27 28 Oct 3 Apr 29 30 May 9 June 20 Sept 5 May 10 12 July 17 20 Aug 27 29 17iTitlirAug 30 Sept May 23 26 Tuh 13 H 1516AuS 22 May 20 22 July 9 10 12 Aug 25 26 Sat 17 Sun Dec Conflicting 2930 Jun2027 JulSept 5 Oct 3 June 17 at Boston July 4 at Clevelnd LAbdr Day at Clev 3 7 8 9 7 5 2 3 At St LouIs Apr 17 18 19 20 July 6 7 S Sept 8 9 10 May 5 6 9 June 20 July 5 5 Sept Si 12 May 2 27 28 30 June 3 May 16 17f July 22 23 25 Aug Sept May July IS 20 Aug 27 28 29 May 20 22 July 9 10 12 Aug May 25 July 16 Aug 2 23 S tdays days Conflicting dates May 2 20 27 Sep Decoration Day at Cleveland Labor Day at i DIRECTORY Kentucky According to the last census Ken tucky has a population of 2147174 The area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water ITlia streams within the State as a rule head in the Southeast and flow a Northwesterly direction this fact retarded tHe con struction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources fo luany years The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more level territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there oIly a limited demand for coal and lumber that the demand has increased It would seem that kind providence has held reserve pur almost inexhaustible util ities until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supply f timber is limited but there is- notigh iat for ninny years to ome Wo have acoalarea of over fifteen thousand square miles Other miii Natural gas and oil paying quantities arc being developed in many localities There areruo more bad peoplc in Kentucky tlfari other States in pr5 portion to population Good people regardless of politics or religion arc always welcome Blue Grass is a natural product Uncultivated land will set itself blue grass Crops of timothy and clover be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain crops Tobacco is rraised large quantities CirkCount Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop ehtfs await development rty including franchises 12004 B70 Tax rate for county purposes cents on the hundred dollars The foothills the mountains are DV tee Eastern border of the county th Kentucky River on the South irs the county line for a distance if twentyfive miles Ford on the liver SouTh of Winchester has ex tensive lumber mills Tfcrcft iMr ads srtf entirely across tie county Chesapeake iOhio LoujeriHe Nashville and Lexington jfr 4y f r I At Richmond April 27 28 29 June 17 23 July 123Aug 16 17 Sept PRINT May 10 11 12 June 17 18 19 July 121326- Aug 24 Sept 10 11 May 27 28 29 June 21 22 23 July 05 lU29 30 Aug 20 21 May345 June July Aug 10 11 Sept 13 14 May 20 22 25 July 23 24 Aug 30 31 Sept S9 THIS Apr Oct Sun Jul Jun Detroit in was Now to in in in can in all 50 of At Detroit Apr 15IG May 28 June 19 Aug IS Oct 2 Apr 29 30 May June 22 26 Sept 6 PAPER Apr 17 20 June 29 30 July Sept 7 9 May 25 July 13 15 AuS 20 20 May 22 July 8 9 Aug 25 26 May 12 July 17 20 Aug 27 28 30 May 17 27 July 22 23 Aug Sept 2 Saturdays Labor Day- Decoration Day at Chicago Jul 4 at St L 4 Sun at Chi F Sundays at St L At Frankfort May 6 21 25 July 7 21 22 Aug 3 4 Hy31 Sept 8IApril 30 May 12 23 June 4 5 13 July 4 25 Aug 9 15 Sept 5 CORRECTLY May 13 16 June 6 27 28 July 18 Aug 8 16 17 29 Sept 12 13 May 27 28 July 1 10 14 July 29 30 AUg 12 19 25 26 iept 3 Mav 8 9 18 19 30 June 9 20 21 July 11 Aug 12Sent 4 1909 2 Jul in- At Cleveland May 5 6 8 June 23 26 July 5 Sept Apr 21222324 May 31 June Aug 16 17 IS Oct 2 Apr 26 27 2S July 3 6 7 27 Sept 3 FOR THE May 19 20 July 8 9 12 Aug 2526 May 26 July Aug 20 23 May July Aug Sept 2 May 12 July 20 Aug 27 30 Saturdays DayJuly Labor Day- Sundays at Chi 4 Sundays at St L All fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profit The census of 1000 gave the population at laG 1 Circuit Court First Monday in April second Monday September first Monday in December J M Benton Judge B i Crutcher Attorney County Court Fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court Third Tuesday in each month County Officers J H Evans Judge- S A Jeffries Attorney Howard Hamnton Sheriff DeputyiA Boone County Clerk IIJ Powell Deputy Clerk T Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenherry Assessor CA Tanner School Superiutend len W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district Eli Dooley Fourth district J E Ramsey Fifth district Robert True Sixth district F F Goodpastcr Seventh district Eon E Wills Wincifsster County scat area a circle one and a Iialf miles in diameter Population hasIsand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentu ky and Lick in g Rivers has water works electric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College Is located at Winchester The fire dc partment is one of the best in the State The assessed valuation of all prop prty including franchises 4692499 The rite on the hundred dollars is sixty cents for nify and fifty cents for schools EIo l g fae make the city a desirable lo cati factories Now concerns liesare five yehrs exemptitin from The Cdmraercial Club will take pleasure in givinjr in t Ctv Officers OllUatiunl C t At Shelbyville May345 June 10 11 12 July 12 13 14 31 AUf 23 24 v May 17 18 19 Juuc 24 25 26 July 21 22 Aug 5 6 13 14 April 27 28 29 June 1 2 14- Juhc29 30 July 5 5 17 Auir 28 THE May 10 1JL 12 25 26 June 17 18 Aug 30 31 Sept 78 9 May 6 7 June 7 8 July 7 8 Aug 11 12 Ancr 181925 26 At Washington June 7 9 July 29 30 31 Sept 25 June 17 18 Aug 6 7 9 10 Sept 16 17 18 20 Juno 12 14 Aug 12 Sept 22 23 June 2 3 5 Aug 2 3 5 Sept 29 30 Oct lATEST Apr 26 27 28 July Aug 17JK Sept 3 Apr 12 May 29 31 S1 Jun lScp 10 10 Apr 16 17 19 20 Juno 25 28 Sept 7 8 9 Saturdays Decoration Day July 4 at Boston Labor Day at- Philadelphia At Paris Mav 19 20 June 21 23 29 July 545 27 Aug 2 13 18 Aug 20 May 8 930 31 31 Jtuie 12 20 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sept 1 2 May 1415 29 June 15 16 July 9i 1920 Aug 56 Sept 6 6 April 30 May 1222 23 June 513 July 4 24 25 air 1ft Sent OlFICIAL May 16 June 6 25 27 July 17 18 Aug 8 16 24 29 Spnt 12 15 J O i 6 tax u n At Philadelphia June 2 3 5 Sept9O Jun 12 Aug Sept 23 June 16 18 Aug 7 9 10 Sept 16 IS 20 June 7 8 9 July 30 Sept 27 28 May 5 0 7 8 28 Juno 22 23 Sept Oc24 LOCAL Apr 16 19 June 24 28 Sept 7 S 9 Apr 12 13 14 May 293iy31Jun lr Sept 10 IL Saturdays DayLabor July 4 at N Y J A Hughes Mayor S B Tracy Clerk F H Haggard Attorney F P Pendleton Judge Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor I Brinegar Coroner N H Vitherspoon Treasurer Police =ChiefMal Tarpy Deputies Carral AzbiH Albert Tanner Jolla Ballarfl Board of Council First ward Shirley Haddcn W P Hackelt Second wardA R Martin T L Todd Third ward Doc Pigg J Q Boone Fourth wardJ D Jones thwardG D McCullum Sit Dine Slard of Education G W Strother President C II Recs Secretary H W Scrierir Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cornell W A Adams J 1C Allan James Hisle Zena Bruce N K Foster FireS Department AiiR Baidwin Chief 8khVALUABLE POSTAL INFORMATION J S McKinley of Orient Ohio jrcsident of the Ohio SS late League of Postmasters has prepared and is sued the following information with regard to the postal service and how the people may help When you address your letters or cards with a lead pencil see that the address is plainly written Most let ters lost are improperly addressed you had belter use a peh and ink When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the town cor rectly Many postoflices have similar names Dont write Gin for Cincinnati or Col for Columbus When you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and postmark in the upper right hand corner Pcstmarks often blur your address Dcr not put wilting in newspapers n packages if you dp the matter be cpmes firstclass mail and you must pay letter postagetwo cents an ounce or yqu arc liable toa fine of t10 Written or typewritten letters plac ed in unsealed envelopes arc subject to tile salne rate of postage aiise- aledtwo rents an ounce JPolit cards in transparent J At Winchester May 10 11 12 June 17 18 19 July 9 10 July 29 30 Sept 1 2 May 2124 25 June 28 29 30 July 5 14 19j 20 Sept 0 6 L11ay 3 4 5 31 31 June 10 11 12 t Aug 13 28 2123 d Mny1415 July 12 3 July 26 27 28 Aug 9 10 Sept 1011 April 27 28 2D May 17 Juno 2 3 2426 July 13 Aug 17 27 28- SCHEDULE At New York June 12 Aug 12 Sept 22 23 June 2 3 5 Aug 2 3 Sept 29 30 Oct June 7 8 July 29 39 Sept 27 28 June 17 Aug 7 9 Sept 16 17 Apr 22 Juno June Jul 2 Apr 30 May I July 3 Sept 1- 5SPORTING May 6 7 8 July 7 27 Aug 16r17 Saturdays July4 Decoration Washington Lab Dy at Bostrt At Boston June 17 17 6 7 9 Sept 17 20 June 7 8 9 July 30 10ISept 25r June 2 3 Aug 2 3 4 5 Sept Oct Juno Aug 12 Sept 21 pr 30 May 3 4 Tuly 3 5 5 6 Sept tpr 22 24 rune 29 July 2 pr 26 27 rune 23 Sept n Oct 2 NEWS 8 Saturdays rune 17 tidy Janbor Day- onflIctIng dates Sept decoratIon Day at Philadelphia hopes will go at the rate of one cent if unsealed provided there is nothing more tha nthc address of the one to receive it and and the name of the sender Stamp must be placed on envelope and not on card when en closed in transparent envelope Post cards containing writing and inclosed in transparent envelope whether sealed or unsealed must bear a twocent stamp and the stamp must be placed on the envelope in stead of the card Send money by postoffice money order for if it is sent in this manner if lost in the mails the Post Office Department will issue you another order Send valuable papers or merchandise by firstclass registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 2f Patrons of postofficc con get better service by renting a box If you have a tfox the postmasters work is light ened and your mail is not handledor looked over like it is in the general delivery The Post Office Depart meat makes great conveniences for you so do not hesitate to help in re turnWhen you mail a letter or package see that it is ubgtantSaJly done up The rapid handling of the mails some times destroys a pjJpr envelope or covering of a package and your 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we i It I 4 S I r I FOR 6 Vegetables Country Produce J HOUSE f l CARDSI IM At Law f cis St Winchester Ky BUSH BUSH At Law 60 S St KVI Dogs The German 56i trained that when they find a dead body they set up a prolonged If no ono Iomes they take the dead mans Clip or some small and with this in their teeth go on a for their trainer whom they le the spot IrJne man Is he 1 his cap to t1iedog and the lame object is AataMl Word London i 1 7 H IT Is high time that the business men of of vicinity were findingdut that we are the Only Modern Printers with Down to Date Outfit in the City 01 Winchester It is time they were awaking fa this If they would the eat and catch the eye of the public they must come us the printing with which do do itWe offer these advantages The Finest Machinery New Down to the I I Minute Type the Largest Stock and the MostSkilled WorkmcnMoney can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MORE We are vain enough to believe that have line of samples that will eclipse anything of its kind in 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NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT C t N t t tty i f Its tour Business to hTe the best modern Plaibiiig l stalled in your preI1Iise3I Its Our Business to do thlsVcrT kind of- Plnrr1bmg andweO Its Your B nessIto employ wboipu ple HC to do your Plarnbikg Its O r K slneil to uk for yOarrOi aid trade uiwe del Phone 162 r t rf6 oR30t ai SUB tII FOR TMEJEft i LtL t J J t L 1f i I I Itii J r iC J j8fBW fl 4 t1 j f 7 + c f 1t c 1 jT t +I Pj THE17IMCHETEWr7 7 PLANTS BRITISH FLAG NEAR POLE J Shactelton Returns From Antarctic Waters GAME VERY NEAR GOAL English Explorers Travel 1708 Miles t9vr Ice but Were Forced to Re turn to Ship When Within 111 Miles of South Pole Ascend Mounts jErebus and Make Many Important Geological Discoveries No Deaths VAmpng Party London March 24 Lieutenant E H Stiackelton otthe British navy Commander of the Antarctic expedih tion which returned on the tmeNimrod to Invercargill Newaland although he did not a hleve his object succeeded in getting within ill miles of the pole The Nimrod expedition left New England in July 1807 and dafter reaching the ice fields and making elaborate preparations the main expedition started on a sledge journey which occupied 126 days and traveled 1708 miles south vward The explorers reached latitude 00 and longitude 162 eat vhfch- was estimated at 111 miles from the pole fAt the point where the expeditionn was compelled to turn trendingimountains being in sight c A second party pushed forward to the southern magnetic pole at latEn tide 7225 longitude 154 east The British flag was left flying at both points The ascent of Mount Erebus was accomplished with difficulty and geological discoveries of great impor tahce were made The results attained have thrown much light on the Jasthistoljoof the Antarctic conti neat The expedition suffered no loss oMife i RUDOVITZ IS BROKE Russian Refugee Wanders Chicago Streets In Search of Work Chicago March 24Christian Ru dovitz who was saved recently from extradition to Russia on a murder charge through the finding of Former Secretary of State Elihu Root was in found wandering through the streets looking for work to keep himself from starving He said he was penniless and had been discharged from J his former job because of the nterest lie had attracted throughout the country in his fight against extradition a His employers told him he said that they were afraid they would get into trouble if they kept him He said that everywhere he asked for work he was refused as soon as it was discov ered who he was Harmons Receivership to End Cincinnati 0 March 24Judgebturtoii of the United court dfeclared tnat the receivership of Governor Harmon for the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton railroad F must end as soon as possible and the road be sold This declaration was A made in an opinion denying the Brooklyn Trust company and others the right to intervene in legal pro ceedings against the road The court said the road was insolvent Gover nor Harmon has been asked to con tinue as receiver until May 1 and ittis believed Judge Lurton vill maketan order of sale before that Johnson Secures Manager Chicago March 24Jack Johnson the champion heavyweight who has been without a manager since his fight with Burns announced that Abe Arends of Chicago had accepted the position VILLAGERS ROUTE TIiWVSb Dynamite Explosion Wrecks Fixtures Sbut Not Bank Safe St Joseph Mo March 24The jfianK at Hemple Mo 20 miles east of GirsThe vault was uninjured but the fix tures were completely ruined The explosion aroused the villagers but the thieves escaped Sunset Express Wrecked Los Angeles Cal March 24The- aSunset express from New Orleans was wrecked near Bertram 30 miles west of Yuma Three cars two Pullmans and an observation were thrown from the track but it Is re ported that neither passengers nor trainmen were injuredS Knox Continues Reticent Secrgtaryiannouncement respecting the answer 6t President Zelaya of Nicaragua to the state departments demand for the arbitration of the Emery claim which has caused strained relations between the two countries Hughes Clears Jeromes Record Albany N Y March 24Governor jHugbes dismissed the charges filed with him Vaain 8t District Attorney Illiam T Jerome of New York city by William P King representing a committee of fitocjcholder otthe Met rojpoiliaii StiNMt Railway company ofeNew ITorlc jKW 7z r tel M i i 1 r 1 fi Is 15 I t MAY USE AXES IN CONTEST Col Scott Says if Phone Ordinance is Not Obeyed Will Have Poles Cut Down FRANKFORT Ky March 24 Mayor E E Hume of this city has called a special meeting of the Gen eral Council for Thursday night to onsider the ordinance fixing the maximum telephone rates in this city He stated today that he would not ign any ordinance that fixed the tel ephone rates at greater than 250 per month for business houses and 150 for residences The East Tennessee Telephone Company now charges 165 per month for residen es and 275 per month for business houses The Home Telephone Com any operating under an old ordin iice charg s 1 for residences and 120 for business houses Thiscom pany is threatening to suspend bus iness unless afforded relief The Council hsys on several occasions fail ed to act on the ordinance- A meeting of the citizens was held at the office of Colonel J A Scott yesterday afternoon to prepare for a mass meeting and protest tomorrow night to prevent a further increase in the telephone rates At a meeting of the Council Colonel Scott stated if the telephone companies did ot comply with the provisions of the ordinances regulating their rates he would order the police of the city tout down the poles Both companies are operating under sufferance as- either has a franchise FUNERAL SERVICES Elder J Yo Harding assisted by Elder MP Lowry will preach the funeral of Mrs Martha Sharp at Antioch next Sunday DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mr John Hamilton The remains of John Hamilton who died at the residence of his sisI tel Mrs Gordon Stevenson on Burns avenue Tuesday were laid to rest the Winchester cemetery Wednes day afternoon The services were conducted at the residence by Rev H MacNeill at 2 39 p m and the remains were taken in charge by the Red Men of whichorder he had been member for a number of years Mrs Mary James Scott The funeral of Mrs James Henry Scott who died Tuesday will take place at the home of her daughter Mrs Henry V Thompson on the Lex ington pike Thursday at 10 oclock m The service will be conducted y Rev 0 J Chandler and the burial in the Winchester cemetery Following are the pall bearers B Curtis J H Evans J Harvey Hunt J N Hisle J W Poynter and S Thompson TO TEST TAX LAW FRANKFORT Ky March 24 The legality of the statute compelling he insurance qorijpanies to pay into ue State treasury as a tax 2 per cent of the amount of rebates paid back to their policy holders under the pro visions of the insurance contracts will be tested by the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company of Milwaukee A petition was filed in the State Fiscal Court to recOver 8500 from the State that sum be the amount of lax paid on the re ates during tho last three years by the Northwestern Mutual Company ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS ov Hughes and Gov Noel Will Serve on Governors Committee FRANKFORT Ky March 24 Upon receipts of letters from Govs Hughes of New York and Noel of Mississippi accepting appointment s members of the committee of five Governors of States who willarrange for the annual conference of chief executives Gov Willson stated that these men and Gov Gillett of California had been selected by Gov wanson of Virginia and himself as such committee authorized by the last conference I After hearing from Gov Gillett the five Governors will meet at some convenient point and arrange for the conference It is being suggested that the meeting of Governors be held in the new Capitol here and Gov Willson will be aSked by the citizens of Frankfort to make this suggestion to the committee MOVINtTPiCTURES Something good000 feet at opj ra liousev Saturday Admission 10 cents 3244t A CI j ir 1 I 4 rt ASKS FOR RULES OF ROAD Wincchester Men Writes to Lexington Asking For Copy of Citys Ordinance LEXINGTON March 24The en forcement of the rules of the road in Lexington has brought forth com mendation from officials from other towns and Mayor Skain and Mr Shelby T Harbison are receiving let tore every day asking for copies of the rules in Vogue here Mr Harbison sent the following letters to Mayor Skain yesterday Winchester Wants Rules Winchester Ky March 20 1909 Mr Shelby T Harbison Chairman Road Rules Committee Lexing ton Ky My Dear SirWe are much inter ested in your movement for the en forcement of Road Rules even to desiring the same benefit for Winchester therefore we shall be very greatly obliged to you for a copy of the same so thanking you in ad vance I am Very sincerely yours M S BROWNE Richmond Investigates Richmond Ky March 20 1909 Mr Shelby T Harbison Dear Mr Harbison Would you please send me in the enclosed stamp ed envelope a copy of your road rules We need something of the kind here and if there is any expense attached thereto please enclose statement Thanking you I am most truly G MURRAY SMITH Rules Are Simple Lexingtons road rules are simple Briefly they are Keep to the right Drive close to the curb Give other vehicles a chance Don Iet1Ye your horse unhitched Draw up always to the right hand curb Use caution in driving at street in tersections Dont stop your vehicle in the middle of the street for conversations Dont stop on a crossing at any time Instruct your drivers to obey the road rules Turn corners carefully and with due regard for the rights of others Pull way round and do not cut through in attempting to turn Show some respect and considera tion to your fellow drivers Mind the policeman at the corner and do not try to run over people Slow moving vehicles should keep to the right Do not stop at the curb with your vehicle partly out in the street draw up close and give others fullroom to pass ANOTHER SPEEL1NG BEE IS GIVEN AT RICHMOND Miss Million Wins the First Prize For Team Backed By Mayor Woods RICHMOND Ky March 24The oldfashioned spellingbee given at the opera house here Monday night for the benefit of the new Christian church building was a most enjoy ible event A spelling team of 11 from the Caldwel High School speller against the Normal and Madison Fe male Institute teams while the law yers spelled the doctors and Mnyoi Woods with a team of his own rep resented the city Ministers spelled against the deacons of the churches Nearly everybody participated and the affair proved fo be one of the biggest events ever pulled off in this city Miss Isie Million laughter of Judge E C Million won first prize while Mrs J R Johnson won second Miss Million will be remembered as winning at the event at the court house last Monday night given by the C W B M Society of the Chrustian church Prof E C McDougle of the Normal School officiated in the capacity of giving out the words while the old fashioned blueback spelling book was used The same teams have again challenged each other for another match next Monday evening the proceeds to be used for the same purpose Miss Million represents the city team Winchester Monument Worksa home enterprise ask a share of your business 3203t 3ooo FEET OF moving pictures at opera house Sat urdjiy nightsomething good 10 cents admission 3244t f1 iz J+ 4 mmm eo TO AID YOUNG GARDNER Chairman Prewitt Justice ORear Col Whallen and Judge Young in Party MT STERLING Ky March 24 Heihy R Prewitt left yesterday morning for Louisville to perfect fin al arraiigqments for his California party consisting of Justice Ed C ORear Col Jolmll Whallen Judge Allie W Young and himself They will leave tonight over the Monon for politicaltrary notwithstanding They go to defend J Eugene Gardner a nephew of Judge ORear who is under indictment for murder in the United States courts there Young Gardner is about twenty years old was born in Mugflin coun ty and lived here for a short while He was always a quiet lawabiding youth and the news of his trouble manyfrieiilsinvestigated the case an delator he killed an Italian sailor in selfdefense on a United States war vesselwhile on the high seas The boy will be well defended und it is predicted that the members of the party will bring the young man home with them His trial is set for March 31st 1s ROBBED OF 1500 Letcher County Farmer Victim of Slick Ruse of Thieves LONDON Ky March 24Byrd Saylor who recently moved from this county to Letcher county and bought a farm on Robinson Creek five miles from here was robbed last night at his Jiome of 1500 The robbers made a noise in the chicken house and while eh went out to investigate they entered the house and got the money J THE MARKErS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 OO7 15 cows OO5 75 heifers 3 256 00 bulls 3 755 25 stockers and feeders 3 304 95 Calves3 508 35 Sheep and LambsSheep 3 00G 50 lambs 7 008 20 yearlings 5 607 50 Hogs Cnolce heavy shipping 6 JO7 05 butchers fU 8507 00 light mixed 6 70 6 80 choice light 806 85 packing 6 756 85 pigs 55 25G 35 Wheat No2 red 1 22yjl 24 i CornNoo 3 64G5c OatsNo 3 52544c East Buffalo Cattle Export cattle 6 006 75 shipping steers 00 6 25 butcher cattle 5 506 50 heifers 4 50G 00 cows 3 505 50 bulls 3 50 5 25 Calves Best 9 009 60 Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 35 756 25 wethers JC 006 50 ewes 55 506 00 lambs 57 008 30 yearlings 57 007 20 HogsHeavies 57 40 mediums 57 357 7 40 Yorkers 57 00W7 30 pigs 56 75 roughs 56 256 40 stags 55 00 Plttsburg Pa Cattle Choice 56 50 1 65 prime 56 206 40 tidy butchers 55 0O5 85 heifers 005 50 cows bulls and stags 2 505 25 fresh cows 525 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 008 75 Sheep and LambsiPrime wethers 56 25 50 good mixed 5 806 15 lambs 56 007 85 yenrlings 56 007 25 Hogs Prime heavy hogs 57 57 30 mediums 57 25 heavy Yorkers 57 107 20 light Yorkers 56 7u7 00 pigs 56 15C 35 Cleveiand OCattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 0006 25 fat steers 55 756 00 heifers 54 25Q5 25 cows 52 503 50 huns 53 O04 25 milkers and springers 25 0055 00 CnlvesS 50 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 55 255 75 wethers 55 506 00 ewes 55 255 50 lambs 56 00S 00 Hogs Mixed 57 10 heavies 57 107 15 mediums 57 10w 7 15 Yorkers 57 10 pigs 56 50 sUigg 55 25 roughs 56 256 40 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennsylva nla XX 3435e X 3233c No1 wash ed 3839c No 2 washed 3839c fine unwashed 2324c sblood combing 31c blood combing SOn 4blood combing 2930c delaine washed 39I3 400 Kentucky ant Indiana blood 28rd 30c Viblood 2829c Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 26ii 27y Corn No 2 6767jC OatsNo2 54054140 Rye No 2 85c Lard9 9010 00 Bulk Meats9 87 Bacon 510 00 Hogs 55 257 2F Cattle W 756 25 Sheep 52 255 75 Lambs 15 258 00 Toledo Wheat 51 25th corn 67Vjc oats 55o rye 83c clovtrseed 55 100 INDICTMENTS FOR ILLICIT SALE OF WHISKY VII LTAMSBUHG Ky March 24 The entire time of yesterday unI today have been taken up with the whisky cases of Jelico About 100 new indictments have been returned by the present grand jury and all the cases tried about one mouth ago in thc quarterly court were appealed The juries in most of the eases have been fixing the fines at 100 and Itwenty days in jaiL It is now be lieved that till the blind tiger men who kayO nsi been arrested will leave the State CHILD DROWNED IN POND MURRAY Ky March 24Asmall child of Will Enoch of the Edgehill neighborhood fell in a pond near the Enoch home and was drown ed The childs mother left it at play while she went to gather turnip salk and whn she returned was horrified to find the little one drownedtiii a pond in thc horsejot- j Monuments cleaned without injury to the stone byDTGHESTER MON- uMENT WORKSi3203t j o Easier eartjrihis Spring April Easter Never we splendid patterns in clothes SteinBloch styles we showing Spring combined careful tailoring styles desirable displayed enjoy appreciate garmentsCome Easter Window display we are showing ALLAN MURPHY JrDX C JAPALAC Depart yourselfhowjuvenate badly hundred Oak Walnut Mahogany Cherry Mal BlackNaturalAlumn All cts to CLEANER and All Cleaning Requisites Phillips Drug Co w- eI HAMPTON Prcs S D GOf f VPrcs 1865 OLDEST IN CITY of and on i DEATir IN BIG POND It was a thrilling to Mrs Ida to face deathuFor years a severe lung trouble gave me suffering she and several times my death remedies failed and doctors said I incurable Then Dr brought quick relief cure so permanent that I have been in twelve years Mrs Soper live in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs LaGrippe Asthma Whooping all Bronchial affections 50 j and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Phillips Drug Company II TRY A NEWS WANT t t f s r 7 fs i comes the nth It is time to think of that suit have seen such mens as the are this tints and weaves with and make them byfar the most for men that weI hare ever Men who fine will the value and ofthese and put one aside for See some of the many pat terns caused Get a can of to day at pur Paint an old chair or in fact of that is marred It comes in 3 6 colors and has a uses Oak Dark un Sizes from 15 250 LACE CURTAIN CARPET Spring u IIIJ B f R 0 TITCn Ca5hierI ClarK Cpunty Natl Bank ESTABLISHED BEING THE BANK THE Accounts Merchants Farmers Traders Solicited Collections Made All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35000000 NEAR experience Soper intense writes nearly JAIl Kings NewI troubled Hemorrhages Croup Coughand ADVERTISEMENT before The delicate tasteful clothes things beauty furniture CURTIS PUT IT AWAY You might as well as to let some inexperienced man try to make the repairs We can fix your rigs satisfactorily Prompt attention will be given to any business you may favor us with T STROTHER SCOTT ICLEANING UP DAYS April 9 and 10 Are Designated By the StreetCleaning Department 24IAPril the StreetCleaning Department as Days and the whole IUCleallingup and a number of addi will cover the whole city on these days Beginning April 1 the men in the department will be clothed in government khakii- DROWNS SELF AND CHILDREN The News SIMSBURY Conn Marjh 24 While mentally depressed Mr AolMiller clrowned bersclfand two cliii- dren i i f f r1i t i CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onehalfcent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of saIH item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used witbJ one year 4 cents a line FOR RENT 7 room dwelling 6 15 00 iroom dwelling i 18 o- oW12506room dwellinglGroom dwelling 15 00 5room dwelling 12 00 IIKEITHE REAL ESTATE MAN FOR SALECheap graphophone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf WANTED To buy clean ragS Ap ply at The News office t217JfWIRE FENCEI still Luild aUMdnds of wire fence Il in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541216tf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEold papers for sale at this office 216tf WANTEDTo take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 05- 43nlmb FOR SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 F E WITT 109 French avenue 3lolmo FOR SALEEggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H II PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 317lmo JUNK DEALERChas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo bay4colorto A F BYRD 510 College Stree- t317flt STRAY COLTStrayed into my liv ery stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tail and mane B1RL TURNER 317tf WANTEDA young man to IdaVn insurance business Loafers Jlqcd not apply Apply box 418 Win chester Ky 3205L FOR SALE Good organ Apply to Miss Nannie Sewell 27 Alabama street phone 204 3203L FOR SALE Folding bed suit of furniture mattress and t springs good as new Call Home phone 540 3243t FOR RENT New 6room cottage on College street with gas water and bathroom Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College street 323eodtf FOUNDBy Frank Martin oil Main street long black glove Owner can have same by calling at Citi zeus bank 3r243t WANTEDAt once two gotidt re liable painters Apply to Frank Roy 14 North Main street 3243t If you have any lettering or other work to be done in the cemetery see us WINCHESTER MONUMENT WORKS 5203t MR BLOOMFIELD SAYS ITS HOT IN FLORIDA Is In Daytona and Having Good TUne Fishing and Loafing Mr Vic Bloomfield sends a card to The News from Daytona Florida He evidently appreciates the paper He says Many thanks for sending me The Winchester News so prompt ly This is a fine place Only Jroublo is that it is so hot have to go round without a coutoam hAvinggood- old time Great fishing J ceioll ought to be here Regardsvto my fricndsIoV1CBLOOKriLD c Vi tifJ