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II t j f 1 II Last t iitionj t 251909I tints A cm iI ns Lw VOL 1 NO 139 WINCHESTER KYThU1DAY MARCH f I EXTRA PAPERS I THE NEWS IS ABOUT TO- t I ISSUE AN ILLUSTRATED IN 47j I DUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL I EDITION WHICH WILL BE A SOUVENIR OF WINCHESTERS BUSINESS ENTERPRISE AND WILL SET J FORTH VERY COMPLETELY HER RESOURCES THE IL LUSTRATIONS ARE FROM NEWLY TAKEN PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS AND POINTS OF INTEREST AND NEITHER MONEY NOR PAINS HAVE BEEN SPARED TO MAKE THIS ONE OF THE FINEST PAPERS EVER PUBLISHED IN THE STATE ANY PERSON WISHING EX TRA COPIES OF THIS PAPER SHOULD NOTIFY THE NEWS OFFICE AT ONCE THAT PROPER RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE THE COMMERCIAL CLUB OF WINCHESTER HAS OR DERED ONE THOUSAND COPIES OF THIS ISSUE TO MAIL OUT OF THE CITY YOU CAN SECURE AS MANY COPIES AS YOU WANT BUT SHOULD LET US KNOW TO DAYCALL UP THE WINCHES TER NEWS BOTH PHONES q 91 NO- WJUDGE BENTON IS AFFIRMED t l Court of iRRWU Saytcision W SI 4TeCt4fl w Amine iiuntyt r The Curt of Appeals Wednesday Maroh 23 in the case of county vsY Campbell from Jessamine county affirmed the decision of Judge Benton who heM that an ordinancp passed by the Board of Coun ilmen of Nich olasville making it unlawful for any person to take more than one quart of liquor into the city ofN was void and unconstitutional as an undue interference with the rights of a citizen r VALUE OF ADVERTISING IN COLUMNS OF NEWS Mr H H Phillips Says That He Was Bothered To Death By Applicants The advertising value of the classi fled column of The News becomes more Up1aJCl1tCVCiy day Mr H JI Phillips pu in a smvllad for a boy to run for three or fouy times He got his boy as the result of the first appearance of the ad andof course it ran for the remainder of the time Mr Phillips finally said Cut that u3 out quick Im bothered to death with applicants r c ti t iii idi i fiair i J fJi IT f r Jr 11 w 1 WlNCHliTERJL NEWS 2 WANTS TWO MORE MEt Manager Horn is Trying to Secure a Pitcher From the Southern League Manager Horn writes that tuG team will be completed when he secures two more men One is a pitcher with Southern League experience and on is a hard hitting infielder from the Michigan State League The management of the ball club expect to have the main entrance to the grounds at the first gatc after leaving Broadway They will erect a ticket office there where the tickets will be sold while the ticket taker will be stationed farther down near the grandstand wheer those holding tickets to the grarfdstand will go through one entrance and those to the bleachers will go through a differ ent one Neither small boys npr any one else wit be permitted to hand around the ticket office nor will any onebe perm tted to remain in the pastures be tween the ticket office aucfBroad way If our club is ta have a nickname why not call them the Hustlers Collegians tmd Manufacturers seem too long for us but Hustlers just about suits our ton iie The management is trying to get a game with the Louisville Association team about April 11th aV the boys come from their training grounds in Nashville here WOMAN DRESS CATCHES FIRE Mrs B F Wright of H rdwic- kcreekoweIJQuptyies From Burns frsrB F Wiiglit xof Hardwick Creek Powell county was burned to death Tuesday MaTch 23 Mrs Wright was burning brush in her garden when he dress caught on fire She rim in the direction of a pond with a view to jumping int but before she got to the water she was overcome bye inhalation of the flames and died Her husband is a Methodist minister WERE MARRIED IN SHELBYILE WEDNESDAY Popular Clark County Couple United 1in Marriage By Rev Mr Willis Mr Virgil Hicatt and Miss Minnie Lyslc both of Clark county were named in Shelbyville Wednesday night by Rev Mr Willis Mr Hieatt isa prominent young farmer and is the so nof Mr W P Hieatt His bride is a beautiful and accomplish ed young lady who has a host of friends to wisli her a happy future MARRIAGE LICENSE r A license was issued Wednesday night to Mr Frank Harrison and Miss irnett Walden who were married in n Maysville Thursday morning sstMerchant Who Advertises rThe Is Working For YOU IIi The nonadvertising merchants of this city do not seek your patronage your attention or favor 50 wliy should youconfer them The progressive merchants pays attention to YOU thus deserving to have YOUR attention in return They are on- t I PoO their iiia1 all he titueto seeure values fo yon thatwill stand 1 luspectionTthatwill stand ADVBRTISUjsTG Par th facE that he advertises pacs upon the merchant the necessity toniakegoodtomeet 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 Ir with your increasing friendship He must work for YOUwith your approval ever in mindHe must find bargains fo- ryouextravalue things for you he must protect you on styles on Dualities on prices He is enlisted your service Arid the nbnadvertwing merchantis NOT VVf fr V 14- l ii I i f- cLk t tt O tM P tiktin J MW1 O SCENES ATTENDING THEODORE ROOSEVELTS DEPABTUBE FOB illS AFRICAN HUNT The upper photograph shows Mr Kooevelt and his son Kcrmlt going aboard the steamship Hamburg in New York bound for their big game hunt The lower picture shows the former president superintending the placing of his gunsand ammunition on shipboard The sailing of the ship with the distinguished hunter and his party was j attended by abig demonstration As the Hamburg swung gutjnto the riyerfrohi her pier In Hoboken every Bteam yeaseUnvsteht of tho big liner joi led in a deafening chofUs iMvlisTlesI jSlfthe way dbwiithe bay the whistling continued and was taken up by the factories on the Long Island and New Jersey shores Mr Roosevelt stood on the promenade deck smiling bowing and waving his hat in acknowledgment of the cheering and dipping of flMfcs until the Hfu burt was lost tn vlpw down the Narrows FINED FOR H OBSTRUCTION Of Sidewalks On Main StreetFive Merchants Are Found Guilty In Police CourtjFiveidirins were and coin Police Court Wednesday night fbr allowing their empty goods boxes to remain out on Main street in front 0f their placcj of business and interfering with traffic Those fined were CB Ross Todd Bros A Feld W Friedman Allan Murphy Warrants will be issued Thursday for other merchants who ore violat lug this ordinance Judge F P Pen dlcton ordered the police department to strictly enforce this law and ar rest any who arc not complying with it FIX SALARY UF SUPERVISOR Road Superintendent is to Receive 100 Per Month For His Services The Clnrk Fiscal Court held a short meotinir Wednesday evening and Tliursdily morning At the Wednes day ufferhobn session the Road Sup ervisors salary was fixed at 100 per month Thursday morning the irfera bars County Judge Evans and others went to the County Parm to make the annual inspection trip antl took dinner with the keeperSquire Ed Kissenpfer The court will bin ses sion again Friday morning when the county lofiicers will make their re port Mr Henry Gilkey has let a contract to Wafd Stevenson to build ahand sOme twbstory residence buliding on his l h on Hickman street Work i to at once z 5 1 J rJf J4J t G STUAR1 EXALTED RULER Winchester Lodge No39 B P 0 E Elect Officers on4Wed nesday Nig i Winchester lodge N39mD P 0 E elected officers Wednesday night as follows T G Stuart lixallG ftuler C E Gibbous EsteendLeadingK- night EsteeniedVLoyalj J A Hughes EstcefrJ1Oturing- Knight ljJ W Stapleton ScgyiMatt Dean J U Evans DclcgJitQ to Grand Loa frel1Thos J Smith Dislnct Deputy Grand Exalted HulorJi 4ispwserit and delivered a fine address tTime new officers are inch of time highest type and we iqyJt01f for a prosperous ndministrjiUoli v t EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Of Burley Tobacco Sqciety Settles Controversy With Collier and Son =it Tie Executive Comniittere of the Burley Tobacco Soeipfr vadjburiied Thursdaynf tcnioon p two days session Time only busioNmpor tance transacted was tueseltlement of the controversy between the society and the independent bji ers over the portion taken byQollier Son of Louisville Vt The most of their tiniefwas spent at the warehouse Ioolan after the grading of the samples of tobacco- coming in arid the funked tobacco that was thrown b 5 tne1 hands andwhichwili hf treapprima- d and sold agaht a f ilewlvalue f JiI rj AI ifrtr RATS CAUSE SMALL FIRE Get in Box of Matches But Flames fire Subdued Almost Immediately A small house belonging to Mr R A Scobee on Broadway occupied by Amos Guest colored was set fire to by rats getting into a box of matches Thursday morning entailing a small loss The fire department was called out but the fire was extinguished by the occupants before the department arrivedi RENOUNCESTHE THRONE Press Drive Prince George of Servia Frcm His Position as Heir Apparent Special to The News BELGRADE March 25George the crown Prince of Serviar noun ces his right to the throne as the result of a bitter press campaign against him The Prince is accused of being the cause of Servances death MR GEORGE II TODD MARRIED THURS AY Seventy Years Old Benedict From Madison County Takes Wife From Winchester Mr George B Todd aged 70 years of Madison county arid Mrs Hattie A LOMof Winchester were mar ned at theresidence of his son T L Todd on fEast Broadway by Elder J wm5Harding Thursday morning j j r t w NEFUTURECURE Will Stand By Their Original Demands and sk Presi dential Aid Scranton Pa March 25 Reafflrm Ing the demands already presented to the operators the anthracite miners voted to remain at work after April 1 allowing the district executive boards of the hard coal ftelds of Penn ylv nia to continue their efforts to get an agreement satisfactory to the men- The miners were instructed by the convention to continue at work until such time as they are otherwise notified by tbe official representatives of the three anthracite districts and the FREDERICK B UNDERWOOD Head of Erie Railroad and Prominent- In Pennsylvania Coal Trade executive boards were instructed to negotiate an agreement upon such basis as the boards in their judgment believe the conditions warrant A resolution to ask President Taft to appoint a commission to arbitrate differences was adopted by the min irs convention and deferred to tbs executive bordst putMtMnto effect at their discretion Meeting Is Postponed Indianapolis Ind March 25The executive board of the United MInE- Workers of America will meet here on Friday to consider the situationinti- me anthracite district instead of to day as had been announced Tljis announcement was made upon receipt of a telegram from President Lev1s saying that he could not leaye Scran ton in time for the proposed meeting today t ti NEWSPAPERS BARRED T Can Not Publish Testimony In Louis iana Murder Trial Amlte La March 25Judge Ellis Issued peremptory orders forbidding newspaper representatives from send ing out the testimony of witnesses In the trial of Avery Blbunt for the kill Ing of Benjamin Breoland his wife and stepdaughter He reinforced this order by the dec laration that If itivere violated all newspaper men would be barred frOm the courtroom and if necessary sent to jail Valuable Horse Killed Lexington Ky March 25Slr Dix on one of the most famous thorough bred sires in America broke his hip while running In the paddock at Colonel E F Clays RunnY eie stud in Bourbon county and waa killed He was foaled in 1885 and was the sire of many winners Mr Clay was Olice asked to put any price on him up to 100000 but declined the offer CLEVELAND MAN KILLED Shot Down In Kansas City Fer Alleged Attack on Woman Kansas City Mo Mardu25 Leon H Brady a mining engineer shot rod killed Joseph E Flanagan a mining promoter The shootlngtookplace at the Brady home Flanagans home ts in Cleveland 0 where his family re sides Brady was taken into custody He told the police that Flanagaa attacked Mrs Brady in the hall of their home While Mrs Bradywatoitrug gling to free herself Brady ran to her naganrDeneen Refuses Ssnat rshlp Springfield March 251t WU not necessary to elect Governor C 8 Deneen to the Vs4edStte senate to ascertain IflIe accept the honor that it had been planned to thrust upon him As fast as the mew bers arrived each was ushered late private sanctum where he will not tied that under BO circumstances would he aeceptthe honor With his tpthe deadlock by electing De etHi was out of the questWm t 1 I v tt v I rtr 1 rf 4i tor p l J iriJi tJf j t 1 l f k Ir 4 fJr 4 7 AI4 T d = j REBELS REFSE To BE3UBDED I J J Uncertainty if THA rAtfltitfi jHfjgts Regskt thfr LJv fi Hiisetf Cw yrt t WaskiakUn March jSJAke a- outhAIeareIut1 twire- ction Ik the Republic 4raEM the house refuses to be iHiMttte While there Isio iP remt fiill i of say abvenmfht s tbz rt itt4ln- surgent t8 reopeteirkta Is ktiowzi that no rulej0 limit a i monte to the tariff bill hal bVtfc kroughtin because of the u certaiity of the intentions of RepreMntatlH Murdock of Kansas and the ot1t riisurgents It is understood t ft te rules com lttea is merely awaillagv a favbrable opportunRyito brlng Iii a rule which will limit the ck li the Payne bill to OmmlttMJments L This rule which probably w1llbe presented before next week wilIsts- hut off the reading of the taHt Wl under the llv minute r1l enit11 posed ua means of necessary delay in brlnhtsga4gijt4ti- passage As several RepublcaiIBle hers have announced l of forcing record votes oa ceiitalaprf posed amendments it alik j purpose or the rule to preveajf1 mtcjk votes belag taken The proposed rule wouli bef posed by a large number pt JLejali cans and Democrats alike titalfU would preveat votes being tea far the purpose of putting irstarecord with regard to certialBySjkjSf ules It might receive tho e Rcpubhlcang Who dil tiramendments to the bill Clark anti tkf mhrtrRy njembeis of thewys aj1ia- itep f have announced their lrtetja- of pppoeinjff any rule whlekwiUtra4 to limit the offering otiamtnSflieau TJiePez1oclaZIc Iea tN Vlattb- y c le exp ctth fRI tlle T1 conIdk fLt1iiI ZMle aiod rMitaDcTMlcJbplters to go on rt o The insUrgentat bi lQ tHt J tie stitbT rn- tdrthe Oc ttzgerA1d Jii ivotei with their fellqw I ClARK AUACKS IilL I Presents DmocratcViw nPrpef Tariff IevJsItn Washington fit 1 UDlIrlia- mong ottrefflii1i tiWt a iatirt ilw was madein t1e Pfltz1tbUl71n- c arranging the ryIqs i basis ofValHlBg reTeii a oily e every Item Mr Clark of ErJtke ijf norlty leader keJd the tteriue the house for more than trkofcrriii discussing the meajsHre Incidentally fce point out that much time would have DHn saved In the consideration t the hill haf the DemQCr tJc m P1bJi be rntte been consulted fclKta lbs yin OUB provisions ef Uie roj w4 law Mr Clark poce In characteristic style and frequently BOjeJitft tfow to applause aad c elusion of his remark ke received an ovation from his D ia cratie col leagues He was followed by Messrs Wash burn of Massachusetts M Alkmiee of Georgia the former AtCwcktBC tlM Inheritance tax jrovjslwr if tiMwhile Mr Adamson ofld tke ac tion of a tariff bill sailh as to pre vent the people of thtTIteditsb- uylagln all the markeu ot Uie world u well M dlsjiai of tfceir surplus products TARIff fXPfRT TAltC if F ar No Bad Eff ct Frm FrM Lum bir anrf HlJ i Washington Marck 3ITke tarjk bill to be recomen4i4 Viy tks ii ate committee om flUice jfll be ready to be reported dfc tley the Payae bill pai iftMF tei 4 Ing to preaemt ikteBtiojiMi 1tlteije publicam azernbersoC tke co iHKtM who are noldtmg daily 4f tiI T Few contrdversIB 4twimli Wi can members of the ihMincr c itttee ate anticipated As t1g e perts in theemnployof ike etppil t it U said regard stfcIi nHttOsIs those of free lumber apllfree hides as purely ratUieBt being eft vinced that placing tBfeJi M tlief list would subtracrTefy IlttVe frite the rivenuesof tke cotifttgy ZaC tat the importation wpui 1t w lwlml teslmal as net to sates ayfrecfmkljr into competltie witk JmrRa IKH her and Amertcak JeW As a remit et tkt kihiiiwr wkkk exists behiB the kKtt eiWtt JcecOllmittHt 14 3s- sto 1s 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on ina chineknit stockings gloves andS g iI StiieJes Qf the commoht like f Why keep the weal ratsisp high thai the poor mlf m sfcidifls in shdddy Will not the maximum and mini mum provision in practice rob the qpnsumert The madmum5ate musl Jbqqngrced fagainstJBrasil hecaus fjiotjias ftn x pTttCQifc duty That poundiaxitl rjege So f t tbIP Yncbillreduc s th tHriIE upon important staples as ii file ste l and papalschedules it ist- Mp r l ll1tbe rightditootion We should like to know what Pies iclent 1afznd his confidential adr vjsers think b tQe bill We i bel licve thby afq honqstlydeRirious rUOtipniUa the tariff But arc shspifciotig of tl1 that comes iron IfcynejBalzelljL Qnnuphi and lha awdSivTheyfflre representatives 0 ajU tliftt isieviUn ADierimtPOliticatot lay Maybe thi sbill but they willhave to prov j 14jt f jtrr dBSTRUTING111ESIDEWALKS The action of Judge Pendeltoji ant thE policQiin enforcing the ordinance againtrobstructing sidewalks iff tff be cominendeti It has got to bti ajiUisance to walk along Main streejj undo especially when crowdedan4 ilodgQ JjpSQS and barrels ItlmsUeeil reported to us that several ladies haV e had valuable dresses ruined by piojectitig nails ftdnithe boxes ttQ1C01fl1ipelled to inload iu fronts as therd theirstorestTleipuse for allowing the barrels an boxes to remain after they arc cmp tiedn fIlqWo Sincerely trust thtit the polic Will etifprcfc Judge Pehdietons order and arrest every man who obstructs the 1id imtu 1Wrlessi rI1j TOr NON AD ERTISEftSI IJeVe is a joke to set thb nonad vertiser thinking i A little chap in Philadelphia whose father is pfomiheiit Tnerchdnt and as such never loses an opportunity to aecanf updir tKetvlrf ues bf a veHisi ing one day asked Ms mother May Ducy and I play at keeping st fe in the front room1 uY s1 assented tfib nldter fbu6 yotVmusrbc yefy very qliiet All iiitaid the youngster well pretend we dont advertise1 Lippincdtts 11agotmo WINCHESTER ROLLER MillS Si The oldest oh3 1iest Institution iu the co nyiS the Vihchester Rollei Mills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr perfection and WMtaPenrlfldurlfasritrequaL 1 c t t Irf tjf ritI tforflat WQ At ta la1Q reUS- ilr fri hiiir ketcWe A h youn Ktn1JhlijJh tl summer thosttte1 buttons fer rttt 8 ferlhe babies but in the win it5iiEgV1hCiWQQdtn 44t J 8 VfI 11lha 4 ioqorkcc1 I iilft bv ti5ic Is thr6F1i I okei at her tdhgtja ah4r M4li decIio ifla luia5t f 4P4 bs rh t Ysx t x5r t yg5d ifl1gbtb- edfl64 r s be J atJa p nda bug1z k fl1 4 tvela- boit thq Country alw lyiirby stealing qr btfiipll i on freight trains aHt ttieiV p ratiotisaifi generally con Ihed to bKkB or poatoaaces 1m tile murtqwi ftrVc rrrj Ct 1M tC1tlr- IrlXeIa rn iRDHe r a c mlo- uon1 1 llnQ l ifi trfiw1u fI tIy rritlt tfr efc fht 1It1lt1 Jm ulILfDrl iip for God1toattUs Uefilpl and he didnt catch it Delineator IU pj FOR THE NEWS r R4XJS TH RSY 5i1ed4Ien TKftateh to KMrfoftt cannon and Whltlbck Toledo 0 March 25 TKreftp to kill President Willlim H Taft Mayor Brand vWhitlock Joaeph5Cannon speaker of theJioufa 0f representa tives andt McCarran state senator from Brooklyn were containec in J1rslti fp life Voter iirho letter 5wa returned to Toledo e maypf py L VWhlte BU8bey secretary to Cannon a personal rfeAc of m lyhitiock TJa WSmay bQ a harmless crairk j jlr ubyor he may be iiqiis Wng worse The speaker pyertqjheoffice authorities You will know better hoW t6 banjlle It than any one hereJi p CanComplete Theater 25Bylpg Blgn ton iSYllle Alayor J mes IV 0ririBtead made It possible for the Gaiety the aterjo apply for lpermit to complete stopPadbycajmo t finished Rudolph Hynicka of Cincinnati is the owner of the Gaiety l i GOVERNOR OPPOSES FARM PRISON PLAN- HarmonMakeTripThrough Ohio Penitentiary ff i GolUIihi t 0 Starch 25dove b rYwftmemlfers of the legislative advisory committee named to assist the pent tenti qy board in the proposed remod eling of the penitentiary let it be known that he didnt think much of the plan to use part of the state farm at Morgans for penitentiary prisoners He thinks the farm too far wayIt- Is 19mllesand thinks it is too small However the governor is said to be in favor of the plan to have the levee of Darby creek running along the farm repaired by prisoners He does not think it dvlabIe to putXhem at farm work The governor while at the penitentiary expressed approval of the plan to have the convicts do as much as possible of the proposed reconstruction work within the walls HOMDYNAM1TED jel oTattempttodeCkonq of the most prominent Italians of this city was made Macaluso and his family of four Were thrown from their beds by1ne explosion of a bomb but were otherwise uninjured Macaluso is a labor agent represent Inga steamship company and does a countryihA year ago Black Hand extortioners began writing Macaluso lettenf demanding 5000 For the last two months his horrie has been guarded by detectives but their vigilance lapsed r Masked Honors Requisition Guthrie Okla March 25Governor Haskell granted the requisition of Governor Harmon of Ohio which al lows Frederick D Prentice secretary an d TilisB Hope eag r department rriahager of the Ohio German ItisUr nnce company to be returned tQ To tedo Both are under indictment in1 Ohio for alleged perjury In making false statements to the insurance commission- THE MARKUS i ILChicago Catife St ers 5 OOJ1 00 cows 4 005 75 h ifer 3 256 00 HillsrS3 7G5 Sa stdckcfs and feeders 13 iSOQt 40 Ca1ven3 508 35 Sheep aritf1 iLamos Sheep t3 OOG 60 lambs 0 60J yearlings 5 607 50 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 856 90 butchers 806 90 light mixed 6 65 6 70 choice light 706 80 packing JtfTtftg g SOrpigs 2SQ6 3St Vliedt No2 red i1 23t1 COinN 8 l5Vi65ic O tiNo 35414 East Buffalo CattlQ Export cattle 00ff 7t Dipping t ers6 00 6 25 butcher cattle J5 506 50 heifers 4 506 00 cows 3 505 50 bulis3 5 25 Calves Besf 9 09 75 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep J5 7565t- jw Ui iS 25l Dewcs 5 15w6 25 tfamBSlT STlO yearllngsj ff 0072s Hogs Heavies 57 307 mediums 1 25i7 5Yorkert yi OOt 2 plg- 50id60 TOUghs H WQI6 35V stags Hvoo P1ttsbur Pa Cattle Choice JG 50 rSgTrlme 56 2006 46 f tidy foatcherV 55 0035 85 heifers 53 005 50 cow bulls and stags 2 505 25 fresh cows 525 0050 60 Calves Veal 56 008 75 Sheep arfdLfiffibsifrimSwath n 25 6 50 gSod ttlxed 5 0 6lS lambs 56 007 S5 yearlings 5ff007 5H gSL Prime heavy hogs 57 2O7 25 mediums Tl5jjT2b heavy Ybtkers 57 057 15 llgtt Y0rk fsi 56 756 pigs 56 00c G30 V Cleveiand O Cattlcr1 Prime dryfed cattle 56 006 25 fat steers 55 756 O- 0Iielfir14 25 25 feows 2 J o3 50 bUlls 53 u i4 25 mllfcergand sjlringers 525 OOi65 OOCalveS IS 75U Wn Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 5 506 00 wethers 55 5006 26 6W6s 5 502 5 75 lambs 56 508 10 Hogs Mixed 56 95 700 heavIes 57 00 mediums 57 00 Y dftert 6B6 9i pigs 386QTOtighsT 16 25 fctagrf 55 25 l redIiaN4 3J754g54HeJRytiNorJ sea 87i1fCaitlei52 15ui5 Sie4 3 25J5 75 Lambs5 OO8 00 Toledo O7Wheat 51 27corn 68c oats 553c rye S3c clov eed 55 50 J ft t t CJUiCiL IStl wtD 3ir5Secretary f Wr Ahnowncts Prsen nel of Brovns le Prohers Waiitpgtn March 25 Bccretcry of War bickinsbA announced tlie re tired army officers who haxbeen ap pointed members of Uie court of inquiry 16 investigate the discharge of the battaliotf of the Twentyilfth in fantry colored for aged jcomplicity In the affars at Brownsville ihf906 as provided by the iraker reifjqlu tjop The officials fol iow Lieuteuant Jpneral S B M QupMa1ck Gen GeneraljTheodore Schwan Brigadier General Butler p Ericaand Brigadier General John J Wilson nIy Kentucky Ba kerDJes LouIsyille jy March 2 E C fiqhne vice presIdeutaftii Southern Nauonal bank and a flnancie largely interested In mary important ente- rpretdIdat his tome ot angina pec tqris ilt Bohne was 69 years of age 9ermanygrant familyt Ills father Johann J J Bonne was an officer under Hapo leon and later counsellor pt CassL Mr Bohne was one of the most wider Icnpwn and active members of the- meIcnDajikersA association DENVER IN GRASIK1S OF WINTRY BLASTS Snow and Rain CUt City From Outside World tfj15It Denver Colo March254Elgl1t inches otwet snow tollo- w1pgseyil hrs of steady rain did damage Jn Denver estimated at from 200000 to 300000 and cut off all communjcatlon with outside world Every wire of the Western Union nlcseverypany was carried down by the heavy snow along with hundreds of poles the citys flre alarm system twas al most destroyed 6000 telephone wires in the city were rendered useless and hundreds of trees in the parks and the boulevardere badly damaged Four Lives Lost Fort qrth Tex Mar h 25 Reports received here from Wise coun ty 30 miles north of here say that a terrific electrical storm swept that county and that four persons were burned to death in a lire which followed T1e town of Slidell is report ed practically destroyed by the storms fury and only two houses were left standing Tornado Strikes Texas Town Laredo Tex March 260ne per son was killed four others were in jured and property damage estimated at 75000 resulted from a tornado whi hript through this city and vi cinity destroying all wire communication to the north of Laredo Village StormSwept Topeka Ian March 25The Rock Island railroad reports a tornado struck Brewster Kan The wires are down and details are not available Brewster is a village In Thomas coun ty near the Colorado state line Farnum Weds Leading Lady FarhumMlsS Mary Bessie Cbnwell leading woman in his company The cere mony was performed by M M Man gasarlan lecturer of the Ethical Cul ture society sfAPSIS COLLEAGUE Nebraska Legislator Loses Temper IDurfng Debate Lincoln Neb March 254V J Taylor of Custer county author of the woman suffrage bill during a discus sion of that measure in the house struck Representative shoemaker of Douglas county and called His colleague a deceitful liar The Incident threw the house into confusion although later Representative Taylor apologized Will Discuss Passenger Rates St Louis Miifjch 25 Braise in passenger rates will JakE ei ct In Mis souri until after attempts tOjarj ngp a conference between state and fail road officials have succeeded or fail ipadeheredaIs 1ji iii l THE MEAT OF IT Pollcepian Scott Qbjcago has been held on a mahslaughter charge for Wiling a laborer whom he had mis taken for a fleeing burglar- Death rate among anama canal employes during year 1908 is given as 1301 per thousand iri the report tf Chief Sanitary Officer GorgaS President1 Taft has accepted an In vitation tp attend the Iecklenburg celebration at Charlotte N C oil Way 20 v f T VhiteHousechair 1eforijJo fie had been in offiCe a lo ftn Wllil tqC If Kalel oldest engineer in point of santee on the Big Four Ilifes was k1lId dng struck b wter crane ttlrrfiens ug1ndiiCpolmefa of a forew onjan preyened- g1r300 in a Chicagci millinery estatii iishment being thrown into a panic When fire was discovered In the building 3 = y viS i OPERA I HOUSE MONDAY MARCH 29th CHAS W MERCER Presents a Metropolitan Company Supporting the Popular Young Character Acto- rCMhTM16 GUY IN A REALCOMEDY DRAMA THE CRY j BABY Hear the Hells Neck Quartette W t h PRICES Downstairs 35 50 and 75 cents Gallery 25 ce- ntsGARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an tiptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester Ky orner of Broadway and Highland W S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Gleaned Pressed fs Repaired- We do rrench Cleaning and Guarantee Satisfaction Ladles Party Dresses a Specialty Give Us a Trial and we do the rest All called for and delivered 24 W Court St Home Phone 645 Winchester Ky CoDkiriflH Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Furniture Pianos Etc a Specialty NOn N6rth Main Street Both Phones ESCAPED PRISONER IS RECAPTURED t Milton Lowe Who Ran Away From Street Gang Is Returned to Prison Milton Lowe thd prisoner who 6s capdd from the street boss while at work in Poyntorville was captured and returned to jail Wednesday CV- Ciiiig irrfplements of thenglit kind J ft fllARTIN COAL SUPPLY COM PANY at MfcCord Tracy and McCormick 3174t Your Liver A bad liver is 41spublfcenemy1t Is morose and groWly picKs faultin everything It breaks up families and creates dissensions among neighbors It is suspicious envious and quarrel some There is nnothing the state- n ed to get after on the score of the general welfare mom than the bad vile and riotous livers which occupy the landOhio State Journal International Inquisitiveness We are all engaged In an effort to learn more about the rest of the world The Germans are curious about the French the French are trying to understand the British the Americans are striving to find out wherein we differ from Europeans in general Saturday Evening Post Heaven The desire to get to heaven would be more general than it is if a good many people werenot of the opinion that the gold with which the streets there are paved must be nailed down Chicago RecordHerald Worlds Largest Fountain Tfce largest fountain in the world Is that established by the municipality of Geneva at the entrance to the port of that city It Is 300 feet in height and at a distance looks like a great white sali Everywtere i ir 44 Costly Incense Sticks Some of the incense sticks made in Thibet cost from one to two dollars apIece 4 I fiClark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo 1IThink of the mud and hilt climbing tax paid each Iyear S D He R M can c ttk Far mrs as much a a pre On the Basis of Equipment and the mp plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds andIT1 conditions of roads public or pri = vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed L I HAMPTON I JrnA LD Get a can of JAPAIAC today atour Paint Department and see for yourself how wonderfully itwill rejuvenate an old chair or in fact any piece of furniture that is badly marred- It comes in 3 colors and has a hundred uses Oak Dark Oak Walnut Mahogany Cherry Mais BlackNaturalAluminun All Sizes from 15 cts to 250 LACE CURTAIN CARPET CLEANER and All Spring Cleaning Requisites Phillips Drug Co Prcs GOf VPres 5 r CURTIS B O FITCH CashierI Clark County Natl BanK tSTithLII1FD I litiS BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35000000 PUT IT AWAY You might as well as to let some inexperienCed man try to make the repairs We carl fix your rigs satisfactorily Prompt attention will be given t010 any business you may favor us with T STROTHER SCOTT nI Peoples State Bank CAPITAL OOOOO THis bonk began business less than three years ago jast in the beginning of the financial depi s 4on Notwithstanding the hard times there has en- I steady growth fro the start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume of our business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business J M HCDGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELU Viet PrcfWmt m it ri jl THE WINCHESTER NEWt uPThrK ll ANEW THINGS J Hr Belts Pins Hat Pins Waist Sets Collar Pins Hat Pins Neck Chains and Lockets 1We have a very large and well assorted stock of I the new designs for spring and summerJust inI ICOIne and Look at them Ic H BOWEN coc p L SOCIETYMrs Edward Clark has issued in vifations for an U At Home on Friday afternoon in compliment to Hiss Brown of Boston Mass The D A R meets Friday after noon at three oclock with Mis J Gt Johns Mrs S V Nuckols of Lexington will be present and address the meeting onurIhe Pioneer Preacher who established the First School in Clark county J Congress of D A R The Congress of the of tbe American Revolution whicht will be held in Washington during the week beginning April 19 is arousing even more than the usual interest among its many hundred enthusiastic and patriotic members Mrs Donald McLean the president general is not eligible for re election as she has served several terms and among the many inter esting features of the Congress will ethf Action of an officer to sue cLean in the exalted po bairTSrs Matthew T Scott of Bloomington Ill has been mention edaa a candidate Mrs Christopher D Chenault State Regent of the Kentucky D A RMwillattend the Congress and be accompanied by her young daugh ter Miss SarahChenault one of the prettiest and most charming of our girlsMrs VanMeter regent of Eart Chapter expects to leave for Washington April 15 and her alternate will be Miss Anna Croxton They will be at the Ebbitt House during their stay there i r Mrs V W BuEh entertained a few friends most beautifully W ed nesday afternoon at the home of her mother Mrs John Reese on South Maple street with a sewing party There was a profusion of jonquils buttercups and other early spring flowers while many beautiful ferns added charm to the scene Thw color scheme of yellow was carried out throughout the house Late in the afternoon a most deli cious meat luncheon with punch was served after which the guests re paired to the dining room which was profusely decorated in jonquils The table was covered with an ex quisite Mountmellick centerpiece 1 tfernflell Pure Foods Jeweler and OP iCian1 with a huge cut glass pitcher of jonquils in the center and dishes of yellow mints were placed at in tervals about Here Miss Theo Nelson served the guests with coffee and sandwicBes Mrs Bushs guests for the after noon were Mesdames Henry Phil lips Ella Rounsavall Carrie Buck ner Platt of Asheville N C Er nest Bean Charles Rees James Winn T W L VanMeter Gus Brooks Strauder Goff L Hampton Bush John M Hpigkin Andrew Hampton Dfrigirt Pendleton Wil liam H GarnerEd Mitchell Misses Theo Nelson Sara Buckner and Miss PendletonPERSONALS Miss Sara Peak returned to her home in Louisville Thursday morning after a most delightful visit with Miss Allan Crutcher Miss Crutcher accompanied her home for a short visit Misses Mary and Rose Mann are visiting friends in Richmond Miss Ada Belle Linville of Hedges is the guest of friends and relatives here v Mr John Winu of Mttc NjKng was here this week theff his aunt Miss Lucy IMiss Cornelia Page was in Stan ton Wednesday on business Miss Hattie Grundy of London was with Miss Kate Rash Wednes day on her way for a visit in Maysville Mrs Harry Strossman left Wed nesday morning for a visit jn Louis ville Miss Nettie Batson was dn Mt Sterling Wednesday Mrs George Hon spent Wednes day in Mt Sterling the guest of rel ativesIMr Ben Buckner was in Mt Ster ling Wednesday on business Mr Clarence LeBus of Cynthj ana is here on business Mrs Green Garrett left Wednes day for a visit with Miss Daily Garrett of Georgetown College SOMETHING GOOD Come to the opera house Saturday night and see the moving pictures Admission 10 cents 3244t SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS PHenominal 5 H Prices Offered on Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets aont 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 I Quality and Quantity We have given special attention to our Garden and Flower Seeds and know we car y the best to be had Do not be misled by cheaper and inferi ior grades Remember Our Prices ARE RIGH- TR11Wlzounsava G Go SOLE AGENTS Huylers Candies IIPricesBOTH PHONES No 4011 i VISVSV t i1 i v t l MILTON YOUNG FARMV SCENE OF ACTMtY t three New Tobacco Barns Will Be a Built to House Eighty Acre Crop PARIS Ky March 25 Extensive farm operations Tire in progress on the Milton Young faun of 1000 aeres on the Ttates Creek pike four miles from Lexington which recently was purchased by a number of prominent Bourbon farmers The name of the firm is Joe Coons Company Mr Coons being general manager W A Thomason of North JVIiddletqwri one of the members of the firm was in Paris today Mr Thomason says his company will grow 200 on says his company will grow 200 acres of hemp 8 Oacres of tobacco and 120 acres of corn besides fattening 100 head of export cattle Mr Thomason says they have let con tracts for the erection of four new tobacco barns and that the amount of money spent this year for labor and material in putting the different crops on the market will aggregate a goodly sums- STATESMEN OF SOUTH AT THE WHITE HOUSE Senator Paynter of Kentucky Among Those Who Paid Respects to President Taft WASHINGTON March 25 Southern Senators and Representa tires were in the large majority among the Congressional callers at the White House yesterday The entire Arkansas delegationin Congress called in a body to pay their respects to President Taft Senators Stone of Missouri Payn ter of Kentucky Bacon of Georgia and Hughes of Colorado were among the visitors SUFFERING FROM INJURED LEG Gov Willson Unable to Leave Bed and May Have Strained Tendon FRANKFORT Ky March 25 Gov Willson was unable to leave his bed this morning so intense is his suffering from his right leg which was injured in the runaway accident Dr N M Garrett his attending phy sician thinks that he has strained a tendonMrs Willson continued to show improvement but will not be able to get out for some time OPERA11011SFA- lthough Lena Rivers has been in Winchester many times and was presented here about six weeks ago a large audience greeted the per formance Teusday evening at the op era house Everyone has read this popular and interesting drama by Mary J Holmes and the story full of pathos love and comedy is known to all The play was highly enjoyed throughout and the cast good There has been some changes in the troupe since the play was last seen here The men taking the roles are the same T but the women have all been changed Miss Leone Ball in the character of Lena Rivers is young and at tractive and received much applause The cast was as follows Rastus J Wilson Dwyer Lena Rivers Miss Leone Ball Caroline Livingstone Miss Pearl Shay John Livingstone John E Sanders Durward Belmont Oswell L Jackson Mrs Graham Miss Louise Crolius Harry Graham Edwin Weaver Granny Nichols Mrs Rena Sanders Joel Slocum Phil McCarthy Nancy Scovendyke Miss Florence Gates The Cry Baby The theatregoers of Winchester are to have a treat next Monday night in the way of a real comedy The Cry Baby which is full of sparkling wit of a quiet legitimate nature Mr Guy the star of this new com edy is a comedian of the Joseph Jef ferson style and was stared for sev eralseasons under the management of the Metropolitan Theatrical As so ition The principalcharacter in The Cry Baby is a slowgoing southern er who finds himself dropped suddenly into New York society and Miv Guy in his own quaint way takes advantage of all the opportunities offered him for genuine refined com edy The last two acts are laid in Texas far away from the glimmer of electric lights out in the open under the blue canopy of Heaven and Gods own light plant VISITS HIS FRIENDS W C Webb formerly of Winchester now of Corbin visited his friends in Winchester from Saturday to Wednesday and then returned to Corbin SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HEWS CIi y4 0 iF i t l r tii Y i j V F 5 iii Inauguralof Spring Business 4 O Fln CLIFTON B ROSS1 f i I 1 We extend our heartiest greeting to our patrons ancfi 1 f and to all the ladies of Winchester and Clark County S announce that our Stock of 4ro rIJress Goods and SilksYajloeatT Suits Skirts Waists Tea Jackets etciJtJd Which have been bought especially to meet the requirements of J this section are larger and more complete than ever before and t we offer the advantage of the BEST PRICES With anticipa tion of the biggest season in the history of our house we lave laid in such a stock as will meet the requirements of the most it v careful and the most economical buyer Come in and every courtesy will be extended You need not buy Just examine our SPRING GOODS 4 Vi We have been successful in the past because THE QUALITY A FOUR STOCK AND OUR EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES i r HAVE ALWAYS BEEN TWO IMPORTANT FACTORS CLIFTON B ROSSr Main Street Opposite Court House Winchester r r OX r KentuckynW l I i4 j TRIP THROUGH KENTUCKY Negro Business Mens Leaque Wants Great Educator to Obsenft Con dition of Colored fit An effort will he put forth by the negroes of Kentucky to have Booker Washington the noted educator visit the State and make a study of the negroes with reference to in creasing the spirit of industry and thrift among the race Dr L G Jordan corresponding secretary of the Negro Business Mens League of Louisville is head ing the movement and he hopes to haev the distinguished educator travel- a week through Kentucky prior to the meeting of the National Negro Business Mens which meets in BMAugustWord was received here that Booker T Washington and a arty are traveling through South Carolina making a personal inspection of what the negro is doing and encouraging him to engage in honest and indus trious habits for a livelihood PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES SUR ROUNDING SUICIDAL THOUGHT Driven frantic by the severe pains accompanying a badcase of rheumatism of 10 years standing M C Rogge of 217 West Eighth street al tempted to commit s ficide it 1the circumstances surrounding it have just been brought to light He said when seen Tuesday Three months ago I was confined- to bed with what I consider the worst case of rheumatism a man ever had My pain was unbearable and when a person would come into my room I would cry out with agony Many times I was on the point of ending it all Finally as a last resort I tried Rheumaline Twas like the sun bursting through a cloudy and dismal sky In one week I was walking around arid in a month I was entirely well This was broughfclibouk only thrpugh t t f t lIi M Yf r L DEATHS AND FUNERALS e Mrs James Henry Scott The funeral services were held over the remains of Mrs James IIen ry Scott who died Tuesday morning at the residence of her daughter Mrs Henry V Thompson on the Lexington pike Thursday morning at 1030 oclock The services were conducted by Rev 0 J Chahdler and the remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery Notwithstanding the fact that Thursday was a bad day a large crowd of friends and neighbors at tended the funeral and followed the remains of this beloved woman toI the ccmct ryIModest Modern Man Whatever may be said of the mod ern man he cannot be said to be lack Ing in modesty While the ancients did their utmost to prove that they Issued from the gods we do our best to demonstrate that we have descend ed from monkeys Paris Journal ko = the use of Rheumaline Rheumaline Capsules and the Rheumaline Tablets the latter relieving a chronic case of constipation The Capsules stopped my pain almost instantly No one fdels more grati to the Rheumaline Remedies than I do My pone num ber is Canal 1407R and I would like to have all sufferers from rheumatism call me up- Rheumaline can do the same for you as it cures all kinds ofrheuma tism lumbago sciatica neuralgia gout and kidney liver bladder stom ach and blood troubles caused by uric acid Rheumaline Capsules do stop the pain and Rheumaline Tablets re lieVe constioation All may be pro cured at Phillips Drug Store Get Rheumaline It removes the cause 1 ir J tl 0t r rl Ti j i frifr Vt IELECTRIICTV I Efl IflYIcleanU night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let us ex plain the of this new and beautiful light to you and the saving mtheconsumption of electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL r I Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 73Q Repair wroK a ltjIcmilty i Winchester Ejeptric SupplyCo aka I t 3 ir r Yrr slv JC 10 x Maiai 3 4 r4 If ftAj JJj r J rM I r i i II j 1 H iTI WC1E1T w I tI 01 T i11 l 141J lIjl II BILOO Wurlci1 US ThATb FIiOYlwHT w7 Y W vernon by virtue of his speecn r hid assumed the championship of the bfijan suffrage resolutiori and he felt- It necessary to forego his customary visit Id Chicago that week and remain over Sunday in Springfield He devoted the day to composing a long letter to Miss Greene in which he described tie situation in detail and suggested possibleMonday and stay until the resolution had beeri adopted He gave her in- closing such pledges of his devotion to the cause of womankind that she could hardly resist any appeal he niight make for her presence and as t slstance f On Monday he wired urging the io necessity of her presence Tuesday morning brought him a reply thank ing him in behalf of women for his disinterested devotion to their cause t assuring him of her own appreciation of hIs services and saying that she Would reach Springfield Wednesday morning vareanwhlle he had had no letter from Amelia and he began to wonder at her silence He was not only dis appointed but piqued He felt that his achievement deserved the prompt eat reqognition from her but he found a consolation that grew In spite of him in the thought that Maria Greene jfoiild soon be in Springfield and to i his heart he permitted Amelias si llnce to jiistfy him in a freer indul fascinatingWoman J Tuesday evening the crowd that grows larger as the session nears its close filled the lobby of the Leland The night was warm and to the heat of politics was suddenly added the heat of summer Doors and windows were flung wide to the night and the tall Egyptians used as they were to sultry atmosphere of southern theI strode lazily about under their slouch hats with waistcoats open and cravats loosened delighting in a new j cause for chaffing the Chicago menV Who had resumed their customary complaints of the Springfield weather 4The smoke of cigars hung in the air rJ1e sound of many voices the ring of heavy laughter the shuffle of feet over tetl1es the clang of the clerks gong 4the incessant clutter of a telegraph In slrinnent that sped news to Chicago oVerrthe Couriers private wire all hese influences surcharged the heavy air with a nervous Excitement that made men speak quickly and their eyes glitter under the brilliant lights of countless electric bulbs There was In that atmosphere the play of myriad hopes and ambitions political social financial Special delegations of emi nent lawyers leading citizens and prominent capitalists were down from Chicago to look after certain measures of importance Newspaper cor respondents hurried from group to group gathering bits of information obe woven into their nights dis patches i Late in the evening the governor came over from the mansion and his newJwas side and they mingled awhile wIts the boys as the governor called them after the politicians manner Haifa y dozen congressmen were there think inbtor his high hat tilted back on his perspiring brow A group of men had drawn their chairs about him they laughed at his stories = One was aware that the speakers apartments upstairs were crowded One could easily imagine it the door of filsMnlfer room as men came and tftfti filing now and then andgiri lug a gllmpse of the speaker himself tired and worn under the strain that would tattoo sorely on him before an btfrer week could bring lila labors and hislfowerY1 an1 his glories to an end intielevators throbbed the fascination of poHtfcfe which men play ndt so much for iticends as for its means 1 V rnrpn wiUi of this crowd moving smoldiiglauJbeen a little Sore eLtthe thought of AnlSfiai TstraSge npglecldf him but the fWreHe H had subsided until noW it wasbiit a slight numbness which he cbuWfofget t times anti when he did thuik df it it but gave TSIm resolution to pay the game more fi rcelyt He knew that it was incumbent on him tomake surer the adoption 6f the resdlutibrfon the morrow He had- a1readyspe1ato the lieutenantrgov ernornd had promise of recognition Bat fce leUadthat1t would be wise teiifatre i Me cmnvais though he lia no doubt that all wEs well and that by tIle iext night he could teihgld wltk tills pwdHtene ad happy jn tkf thOUM ta31swerk cIo1M eiei spend Uie ven r iri i fflr Ji 1f f t J 7c1i 1JI I V4 M S rt fr fz jf I His heart gave a little leat at this new and happy thought and If the re inSmbrauce of Amelld came back just at that instant its obtrusion only made his eyes burn tlJe brighter 0 He found it pleasant as he threaded his way through the crowd to halt sen ators as he met them and sayr resoluttionfor it of course It gave him such a legislative and statesmanlike importance to do this As he was going leisurely about this quest testing eof the sensations of a parliamentary leader Cowley acIthat odd smile of his asked if he lutlon cared to1 say anything about thereso IOnly that it comes up as a special order in the morning and that 1 have no doubt whatever of Its adoption by the seriate Have you assurances fromf From everybody and evely assurance said Vernon Theyre all for It clganYThey stand and whenthey had lighted their cigars Cowley said i Lets go out for a little walk I may be ableto tell you something thai will Interest you CHAPTER IX j Vernon was glad enough of a breath of the evehihg air1 anS they went down the steps to the BldSwdlk Along the curbstone many men had placed chairs and in these cool and quiet ed dies of the brawllftg stream of politics they joked and laughed peacefully Sixth street stretched away dark and inviting Vernon and Cowl y turned southward and strolled along com panionably The air was delicious aft er the bfale of the hotel the black shade of a moonless night was restful their cigars wOre fragrant TVe1 just got hold of a story be gan Cowley after they had enjoyed the night for a moment In silence Ive just got hold of a story he spoke of course as always from the detached standpoint of a newspaper man which you ought to know What isitaskedVernonP- orter and Braidwood are against your resolution CoWle spoke these names in a tone that told hew futile any opposition would beAndWright and his fellows are against Itj too he added Nonsense said Vernon Well youll see replied CowleyJ But they told meOh well thats all right Theyve changed in the last day or two WliS1IWell they say Its risky from a party standpoint They think they already have all the load they want to carry In the fall campaign Besides theyIt WhatV They say theres no demand for such a radical step and so see no rca son for tatting It No demand for It2 f No on the contrary Cowley halted an Instant and in his palm sheltered a lighted match for his extinguished cigar On the contrary theres a lot of people against it1SInce when Theyve been getting letters in the last few daystheyve just been pouring in on emand theyre from women too From women Yes from women the first ladles in the land Cowley spoke with a sneerVdt1iohtlugIfedi1a p Fra 1Ad All right said Cowleyin the care less tone of one who has discharged a duty Wait till you see Mrs Overman HbdgeLathrovland iff here tomorrow rMrs Overman Hodge Lathrop Vernon stopped still in the middle iof the mI Walk and turned in surprise and fear to Cowley Cowley enjdyfcd the little sensation he had produced Yes shes coming down on the Alton t night And shes bringing some of her crowd with her The womens clubs are all stirred yp abdAt the matter r Vernon was silent for a moment then he wheSleitfn1fcailci saidi Well Im much obliged to you Cow ley but Id bitter bb getting badlc tt the hotel i Toe Continiid i StrawGaston d t8 Upon his friend Alphonse Will ron be my witness t be criedj Going to fight No going to get marriedl inqufredtoCiilt Fri61chjlr J l l S2Ji iO sn 1 J t lt1 i k yt iRkTORY 4ct l According to theut census Ken lucky has a population of 2147174 t The area JLs 4pj400 square miles f3OofwJiich is water Jrhrs streams withijuthiStaje Jris 4ViSiw head in the Southeast and how in a Northwesterly lir c this fact retarded tne con Suqtibn of iilroadand the devel pprcent ob our resources tof manv- Ye f t J1 The early railroads were built from the East and went over the more lever territories North of the Ohio River and South of the Cumberland i ftpnfaihs In thdse days there Wafe only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in ras1 JtH would seem that kind providence has hqld in reserve our almost inexhaustible util tticsnntila time when they are most needed by tne country Our supply f timber is limited but there is n ugh to last for many years to ome We have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square miles Other min Natural gas and oil in paying quantities are tiding developed in jaaiiy ftfcolitieS There are no more bad people in Kentucky than in other States in proportion to population Good people re al of polificfe or religion are always welcome Blue Grass is a natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in bluegrass Crops of timothy and clover can be raised with profit Cornj wheat rye and oats are the grain mops Tobacco is raIsed in lrge quantities Clark County Land acres 158176 Value of real and personal prop orals await development- rty including franchises 12004 37pr r Tax rate for all county purpqses 50 cents on the hundred dollars ijlie foothills of jhc mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of hventyfive miles Ford on the river South df Winchester has ex fensive lumber mills Throe railroads eo entirely across De Chesapeake Ohio LotiifvlIJe Nashville and Lexington All fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised wit The cencns of 1900 gave the popu lation at l6G3i Circuit Court First Monday in April second Alonday September first4Monday in December J M Bdnton Judge B Crutch r Attorney County Court Fourth Monday ineach morith Quarterly Qourt Third Tuesday in each month County Officers hH Evans Judge- S A Jeflfries Attorney Howard Hamoton Sheriff DeputyJbhh i J A Boone dounty Clerk Sairi Poweli D iib Clerk Wl T Fox ChctiitClerk Roger Quisepberry Assessor- C A Tanner School Superintend nt W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart JailerS r Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Renick Third district EliiJopiey Sixth district F B Goddpaster Fifth district Robert True r fourth district J E Ramsey Seveith district Ben E Willsi- WIncIiester County seat area j a circle one and a half miles inVffiametfeii Population census 1900 5964 The cityhas overlaped the corporate limits and ow has a population of near ten thou diVidiIlgrldgbg Rivets hits water works elbc tric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at WiHchester The fire de partment is one of the beet in the StateThe L1Ssess valuation of all prop brty ih luding franchises 4J92499 The tax rate on the hundred dollars is sixty centsl for nity arid fifty cdnb for schools The C 0Ii k N and L E railroads center at Winchester the geographical location and shippnig facilities make the city iv desirable lo eafioh for frfctdlies New concern aird given five yeas ex niptioh from taxation The Commercial Club will take ijleksliro in pifl5 inforatiuBV OltvOfBotfs J AHtfghes Mdyof It TfadyCe kt i iF 11 rv= ftf lrI1atuIpsi j tKlsttji D kai Colfctor J S Rets Assessor I I Biin fir Goroner N HWitherspoon Treasured p 11 1 rChi tKiat Tlrpy n i s AzbiD Albert Tanner John Baflora WFIHackettw Todd I Third ward Doc Pigg J Q BOOne FourthwardJ D Jones Fifth wardG D McCullum Sit tDinelhV Board ef Education G W Strother PresidentI C H Rees Secretary H W Scrivener Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cornett W A Adams J K Allan James Hisle Zena Bruce K IN K Fosterr ftre Department A R Baldwin Chief- CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 842 a m No 22 Daily 11 57 a m ijiNoiWestbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 6 22 n nv ko 21 Daily 803 a In Nq 25 Daily Ex Sunday 2 50 p m No 23 Daily 438 p m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southboundj No CincinnatiKnoxville to al 1000 a in No CuicinnatiJacksonvilte imited 10 57 a nu No MaygvilleStanford local with Cincinnati conecthm at Paris ifrives at 632 departs at 635 pin No 31 CmciunatiAtlaata limitr 1123 po m J i Hsrthbound i TRAIN SCHEDULE No 34AtlantaCincinnati Jtmitt 506 a m No 10 SfanfbrdMaysvill loc conecting fit Paris for Gincinnaf 723 a ra No KaioxNilleCincinnati 16 calr arnves 2 50 departs 2 53 p ni No JacksonvilleCincinnati limited 645 p m f All of these trains will stop at Wia nhester alb are all daily exet1- Nos 9 and 10 which are daily tex cept Sunday LEXINGTON EASTERN RYCO Time Qardin Effect June 21 1908 East Bound Stations 4V Lexington Winchester L E Junction Clay City inJ tipqanton Junction Natural Bridge n Torrent Be ttile June Athol OKJunctionrJ- iiOksont WestbQundI I tIr jv Jackson 0 BI June JAthol Bfiattyyille June i Torrent Natural Bridge Cardpton June Stanton Clay City LEJunc WhieIIeter ArEexingf oil Exr Sun AMa 615 640 707 130 745 745 815 825 000 9 9 55 INo 2 Daily PJL 225 305 320 350 358 43a 4i35 447 510 537 605 610 Ii220 l 225 252 320 341 355 357 4t26 435 507 1p12d No4 IDaUjf 735 8 11 8 90k 9 1- 93f 949 5Iioi7 Imf Sun No5 QnhA1L 700 705 730 754 815 82 82k 854 9 02 93J94t 10251 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY tL E Traiud Nos 1 md 3 will make connection with th- C 0 Ry for Mt SterHxg Camptoh Junction Trails Non 1 i 3 and 4 Mil connect with th7 Afcuntain1 Central Ry for iassengerj Lo and froin Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Non and 4 will connection with theIj A Railway for Bbattyvilli Ky 0 ic3uiictionTrainos 1 ind 4 will doiJnficl with the 01 JC aailway for Cannel City Ky and vay st tti9iisltl IW A LIOWELTJi3enl Mgi JHAS SCOTT UP I r17tfj j a I UriSSltarft AUthof 4 J Wish ASiifa 1d dieaVith all his rifts la his bidy BoudicaUlt f r q1 LYIRMP1S Ip llEAt1JIIURDER Carbolic AclJ V Iftrced Down a Womans Threat and Jaws jfZ h Ate TfMltfo i Sne irtrto The JTews NCINNES Ind Starch 25 jfrs CulbeiutSpn died this morning as tier shltof dreadful assault on her Vincennesf ind March 25 Mrs Jessie Overton Culbertsdn is in a dying condition as the result of hay lug arbbtlcac1a forced down her tnrpat After the acid had been ad mirifslerea the womaus jaws were sd ci rely TabiiiiH She vVaa foiind in a tsneidat the rear of her hbirie Revived for a feY Seohdshe said iA maIt and a woinan dragged me into the woodshed and poured some thing down my throat The police attribute the crime to jealousy They have held a letter pufporting to be from a jealous woman since Monday The letter placed under Mrs Culbertsons doorstOp warned her to give up her husband on penalty of death FREMONT LOSES JOB President Taft Approves Sentence of Cuban CoUrtrtjaftiai Washington March 25 Major Francis P Fremont Fifth United States Infantry is to be dismissed from the army as a result of his con victibu by courtmartial in Cuba on the charge of insubordination President Taft having approved the sentence of the court Major Fremont is son of the Pathfinder and is now stationed at PlattsbUfg Barracks N Y APPOINTED TO BIG POSITION Richard Reid Rogers Formerly of Mt Sterling Made General Counsel of New YorkJTraction Trust NEW YORK Jlarch 25 Ilichard Reid Rogers formdr Deputy Attorney General of Kentucky has been appointed general counsel for the lo cal Tractibii Trust Mr and Mrs It llil1gidIlehOnor He has also been for some years associated Avith Theodore P Shbhts in various ways Injurious Only to Pedestrian The white car tore very smoothly along the straight road between the fields And they s yher red lips curled in a disdainful smiletheyi- ay that the jar f auto iobiilng Is in jurious to the nerves Pooh he sneered it is only foot pas engers who say that And he steered with splendid skill straight at a fat old man with a sack of grain on his back And the Others The otherpeoplesbuslness man per- sIsted in trying i extract informa tion from prosperous looking elderly man next to him in the Pullman smoker How many people work in your office he asked Oh said the elderly man getting up and throwing away tys cigar I should say at a rough guess about twothirds of themSOnly Question of Time alldayall night it Is only aqu stonol time speedlimitGalveston MythologyIn is a beautiful youth a son of Cephissus and the nymph Liflope metamorphosed Into a flower For his inseh sibillty to love he was caused by Nemesis to fall in love with his own image reflected In the water Unabl to grasp the shadow he pined away and became the flower which bears his name The nymph Echo who vainly loved him died of grief Of Art Artists nhY prbauce Excellent de signs but they will avail little unless the taste of the ublfc is sufficiently cultivates to appreclatetheniiiQeorge OMasoai r Bores An article in the London Spectator on Bores has called forth the fol lowing definition of a bore which was given by the late Bishop Mackarriess ofOxfordrTAi bore is a than whowiU talk about himself when you waucio talk about Xyourselfi Sydney Smith Is Bald to be responsible for the origi nal definition Very Thin operatInga doorway and It was promptly christened Graham WaIfer Its the arinl S Ihgside of an incident that In itself isnt amusing but there may be a tot doing when that boy becomes big enough to resent being called a crack er Detroit Free Press How LoreUa Was Interested While the visitor told how he had ridden 30 thrilling miles on the cowcatcher of a locomdtive fiveyearold Iiorfila listened attentively As he iSSlcItJded site Asked 1 fDld you catO the cow MrBlaHk qJi lip J j r i y J otcCurrenIiWFuiiih NigHt for all Domestic Purposes IbWeDoYour Washing I Run Your Sewing Machine I Jtan Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair Run Smoothing Iron To Do Your IroningfRun Soldering Iron To Do Yonr Soldering We Furnish Curreflt for All Purposes We Sell llTungsten Lainpsfor bessMon y Than Anyother PIDnt in Kentuckv Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED tf Paid Will give Pres Pres are 80 you your knees and one time when can stretch full bath tern suit and can do every wish Why pump and carry your and dry work when you can hand for of3 take chances cistern wat when you can get from filtered best plant South River o You See nib the feed grain youll know why works without better every day can not work poor food Neither your horse Jive our kind feecl and grain heUl repay hand somoly both work and ability Feed Vulcan Plows Hickory Wifim JIR Coal and up Capital S1O0OO0 txrplus 142000 WE SOLICIT BUSINESS t J youlcqurteous treatment arid attend Iand carefully to allljusiness entrusted tous D Simpson IJ T F Phillips V SPRING When Horse Going supplying dispoaitiin Chicken Martin SLNIIiCI Citizens National Bank1 YOUR promptly 1909 Hampton Cashiers W Ass Cashier We have a pair of shoes for you y Just your size and better fittin thaii you ever had before njflYes all Eastern made That means a whole lot rvv Days getting warm enough for trow Shoes t v Drop into our store and wellshowu the most attractive array of womejcSaiid i11ifiton your JDart to buy MENS 350 600 WOMENS 150 to lMcCORD SMITH PHILLIPS 0 QuesBsTTjieseVJi wt it IWhy continue bathing elbows at a you out in a pered to you so morning if you 7 2 eater for kitchen have it at the turning faucet3Why pn drinking gennfilled er it a large reservoir through the filter of the Ohio 1 Youi or of our he whipping You on vu m him of and in to to do it- Purina Old A H J Poynter t i to L r i n i5Tktlooking it filled with green grass Snd bloopiing flowers and cSh t f same linc g t rid offlt a rJthe streett i5Why suffer i oIlier iriconr vcniences when you can have everything for the cdnif6rtAnd health of your family rigtttpjin the house t 6Is it not true that fi nri- swerHs not lack ofmoneit ilack of economy and enteripipM and indifference to lli mostout of life 1 T I cg F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works Co INCORPORATED lAt cor Maple Street and et Evonue will elljoa alt Hutli Youll be 8urpr2reda b6wlni8Sp thiesopth1legis are L f II l iU I 2iJc I I I 1 c i jVij 1t t r e 2 J t j 31 7 rT k f Iuti JFAJ TfH WIMGHEifER NEWS w r 1C WIW 1IWt OFFICIAL SCHEDULE OF BLUB GRASS LBAOUB CITIES jLexington 7 t t vt Richmond Erankfort f r Jf yShelbyville e I Pansm J I r 44 Winchester H e fi Iira j A Lexingto0 WE May 1516 June 6 14 27 July 17 18 Auff 7 8 28 29 kept 12 May 22 24 26 June 7 8 25 26 July 24 i Aug 10 30 Set 7 9 May 8 9 30 31 31 Juno 9 20 juiv n fug 1 22 Sept 6 6 May 7 13 18 June 22 30 July 5 16 28 Aug 9 Sent 4 10 11 April 30 Nay 1 2 23 29 June 5 13 July 4 25 Aucr 14 15 Sept 5 ASSOCIATION COUNTY COURT DAYS tis tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawfeuceburg 3rd Mon day Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday dapEstill Irvine 3rd Monday 2nd Monday- FlemingFlemin sburg 4th Mon day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Harrison Cyntliiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicliolasville 3rd Mon day Monday Voodford Versailles 4th Monday VALUABLE POSTAL INFORMATION v J S MeKihley of Orient Ohio president of tliftOliio State Lcagueof Pfastmastdrs lias prepared and issued the following information with t When you address your letters or cards with a lead pencil see that the ttdjres is plainly Wjttejl Most let At Richmond April 27 28 29 June 1 2 3 July I 2 3 Aug 16 17 Sent 3 PR HTt May 10 11 12 June 17 18 19 July 12 13 26 Aug 24 Sept 10 11 May 27 28 29 June 21 22 23 July 15 16 29 30 Aug 20 21 lfay345June July 6 7 Aug 10 11 Sept 13 14 May 20 22 25 July 5 23 24 Aug 2 3 30 31 Sept 8 9 At Frankfort May 21 25 July 6 7 21 22 Aug 3 4rll 31 Sept 8 April 30 May 12 23 June 4 5 13 July 425 Aug 9 15 Sept5 CORRECTLY May 1316 June 27 28 Julv 18 Aug 8 1017 29 Sept 12 13 Mav 27 28 July 1 1014 July 29 30 Au r 12 19 25 26 ept3 May 8 9 18 19 30 June 9 20 21 July 11 Aug 1 22Icnt 4 PRESS tors lost are improperly addressed you had belter use a pen and ink When you address a letter seer that you Spell the name of the town correctly Many postoffices have similar names Dont write Cin for Cincin Col for Columbus IUUtior you address a letter or card for the stamp and post mark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur your address Do not put writing in newspapers n packages if you do the matter be comes mail and you must pay letter postage two cents an ounce or you arc liable to a fine of 10 Written or typewritten letters placr cd in unsealed envelopctsarc subject to the same rate ofp postage as when scaled two cents an otuice more Ilia nthe address of the one to receive it and and the name of sender Stamp must be placed theI envelope and not on card when closed in transparent envelop Post cards containing writing and inclosed in transparent envelope whether sealed or unsealed must bear a twocent stamp and the must be placed bnrthe sta1PII stead Of the niirdr Send money by ppstofllce money order for ifit is sent in this manner if lost in the mails the Post Office De partmcnt will issue you another order Send valuable papers or merchan dise by firstclass registered mail for the Post Office Department wilk make good any loss in the mail riot exceeding 2K Patrons of jjostoffice can get better service by a box If you have box the postmasterwork is light cuedmud your mail is not handled or looked over like it is in the general delivery The Post Office meat makes great conveniences you so dow t hesitate tQ help in forI At Shelbyville May 345J- une 1011 12 July 121314 31 Aug 23 24 May 17 18 19 June 24 25 26 July 21 22 Aug 5 13 14 April 27 2829IIJune 1 2 June 29 July 5 5 17IAusr 28 to frt 12 THE f JJfn1 liiri- Mt1Y 10 11 12 26 June 17 25I Aug 3031 Sept 7 8 9 twfJ11 If May 7 June 7 8 July 78 Aug 11 12 An IQ in 25 26 fl a turn some times destroys a poor envelope or covering of a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and postofficc on the package and if not delivered it wilt be returned to you but you will have to repay the post age unless it is firstclass When you move to another post office notify the postmaster from our former postofficc to forward our mail and notify the publishers of your papers that you have changed your postoffice Letters from the pension agency can be delivered only to the person- o whom addressed or to some member of his or her family especially authorized to receive the marl N If you have friends visiting have their mail sent in your careyouI Use an ordinary size envelope have on it your return card if it is not delivered it will be returned to you and not go to the lead Letter lOfficej as thousands of letters do If you receive a letter bv mistake audit is not yours dont open it but return it promptly and if you do open write on envelope opened by mistake Mid surrt ywiiHnic r the first daily newspaper in the world In LonI Ion March 1702 she published and edited the Dally Courant which took up the cudgels for womens rights and during its prosperous career carried out the expressed determination ot its founders to spare the public at least half the impertinences which the or dinary papers on Jni lr i v q Strength The man who can cling to a good fesolutiohJs stfottgdr than the low brow whO is able to lift a kitchen SUpS CnIQE FOR TI E MEWS At Paris May 19 20 June 21 23 29 July 515 27r Aug 2 13 18 Ausr 20 May S 9 30 31 31 June 12 20 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sept 1 2 Mav 14 15 29 June 1b 16 July 19 20- Aug 5 Sc t a a April 30 May 1 2 22 23 June 5 13 July 4 24 25 Autr 15 Sent OFFICIAL s May 16IJune 25 27 July 17 18 Aug 8 10 24 29 Spot 12 15 At Winchester May 10 11 12 June 1771819- July 91OS July 2d 30 Selit 1 2 May 21 24 26 June 28 2Q 30 July 6 14 icy 20 Sept 6 May 3 4 5 31 31 June 10 11 12 Aug 13 20 21 23 May 14 15 July 172 3 July 26 27 28 Aug 910 Sept 1011 April 27 28 29 May 17- Jtfric 2 3 24 26 July 13 An 17 272S- CHEDULE I1f NOBODY LOVES A FAT MAN UntyCo 5IondayiMondayCLARK Mond MondayLincoln MbtidayJlason MondayMontgomery MondayOweni MondayPowell MondayShelby hpwl enIlopes packagci NewspaperElizabeth rangef IKENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 Clark County August 3rdK4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Bide Grass Lexington August 9th 6 days Rpckcastle county August 18 3 days Bourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Louisville Septembci 13th 0 days Lincoln county July 21 3 days Spencer county August 10 4 flays daysKnox ilaYsShelby Laurel county August 24 4 days daysIffurnish dates we will carry them flee cl charge Score Orfe for Mr Henpeck Mrs Hdnpeck Why Is it that bachelors are so more Crabbed andcross than married men 1 M- rHenpeckBecause theyre net afraid to say what they tb nkwNewArk Star 0Idlehessi tt is no more possible for an idle lan tb keep together a cdrtain stock of knowledge than it ila possible to etposedjstroys a fact a relation or tin influ ence and the only method of pre serving the bulk and Value of the pile is by constantly adding to It Sidney Smith Small Enedgh z Tbevlsitbr was trying ta be genial and asked the small maiden at his fslde Shall I ptpl your pear for you little dnev Bat the child replied No fank yilft its qul f small enough tiow TRY A MEWS WANT I ADVEfTIS Y E T i Time For More 1 I I Printing IsJigli business 4 vicinity finding Modern Printers with Date Outfit City Winchester they awaking to they would earandcatch theymustcometo us- forthe printing which Finest Machinery New I Type Largest Stock thefMost Workmen Money obtain COULD ASK MORE e are enough to believe that l of samples that eclipse of x in this section of Kentucky andnothing gives us to exhibit production to uses of ink would to and show youtl that can 1 deliver goods J J t5he 4 WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY Printers of Anything d L J s I New Phone t GILBERT BOTTfl FOR S Meats r t F i Yejetal4ks j Cwatrjr lOTH PH6N2S OPERA nOOSE ILOCfc PROFESSIONAL GARBS JMSTEVENSON 0 Attorney At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky- PENDkETONBUSH fc BUSHV- L Attorneys At Yi 60S Main St Winchester KyI Army Dogs The army flogs are so deadbodYli fib ono ydines they takjthe dead mans cap or some small article grid with this In their teeth gd on a huntIfor their trainer whom tOp l the spot If the man is wounded hi fives his cap to the dog and the same object is accomplished Animal World London r Jttt v f I r r I ft t IT time that the men off this were out that we the Otity Down to in the ot It is time were this fact If reach the the eye of thef public with to do it We offer these advantages The and Down to the Minute the and Skilled can YOU FOR W vain we have- a line will anything its kind more pleasure than our the printers We like call we the f INCORPORATED Main St 91 SEE ifftsb Cured Jrwlwer German we CALL ON- NEiSONJbeTransferMaff by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94- Night Phohe 339 A Thousand Heads For Twos Thousand Hats Vaated o1Jee sample Hat at 50c on the Dollar Just how received from leading maau faoturert at the SAMPLE SItE STORE 24 N Mania St Middle Cetirs the beet rLobster and champagne for IMIthats high jlafei 9liwitltt aB flear coffee for breakfastthats eue Between these two eminences how ever there roasjj nr apJa geauln7 ifhg- The J 1JSweetest ubetanee Saccbrhi is awWt tstalliM oata1 pound derived fin tiSHUBk a 6ei iUtlle ldtehiltlr Ths t coot modltj 1s300timehsweeter thin MM sugar 1 j itir t v Womans Remarkable treat dictionIuoslightan Mrs Geofge H Gorham finished the remarkable feat df writing ati Idiomatic frenchEBgliah English French dictlOMry tatirely wiaidod Oh Quit 7 Here Itt4he way to quit mokfngf recommended by a roan who failed to make it work t Instead otuitting off short quit gradually Doa t smoke in the morning until you cant stand it uldthenIto smoke or gd crazy By degrees wltJIHlIEiokf1lliv I t Useful Rime ftt idy 1 A Turkish bath is such an Cxccllcati thing remarkfd Miss Tartun rrhtt I hive often wisHed there Turks wfib sell cahdl s if ex lu wwfltaki oad ddcario ll1r x L i J Hf lteht oIr Oitii oMtw tk my tit la t Mii ratr il1MH iilUiii if1I tla1 J iUMiI lr i1MMMttert IMttWsjllrlfj Utek I clously take part Id I f Xrayn a 1 mutt xYlter OM qMoHHtoo Ires er l f ff l iIiyt 0 1 c N Ii t 1 r 7 t V 1 I itdI wr Plit Six THE WINCHESTER NEWS i Builders Attention OUR STOCK OF LOCKS AND HINGES IS COMPLETE We Can Please You in DESIGN QUALITY and PRICE i A tl- n yT ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK Of CABINET MANTELS GRATE FRAMES and4 TILING 1 We are Sole Agents for RICHARDS BALL BEARING HOUSE DOOR HANGERS On SCREW and STRAP HINGES and HEAVY STRAP HINGES for Barn Building we can Save You MoneyH1w i RICHARDS TROLLEY BARN DOOR HANGERS ARE THE BEST SEE US TO= DAY CASTRO ON I WAY HOME Says He Will ReEstablish His Power v In Venezuela By Revolution If Necessary Spe4iil to The News PARIS March 5Pomcr Presi jlont Castro left for Bordeaux today e declared he was going to return to Venezuela and to reestablish his flLQcr necessary K OF P LODGE IS TO r MEET THURSDAY NIGHT CPrpf Boyle to Deliver an Address V c f Prof Dalgety to Receive tRank of Esquire jJClip Kof P lodge will meet at iiidirropms Thursday night to confer he rank of Esquire on Prof 9CO S ProfiID1kJjAin L Bosley will deliver an ad lt 5 All members are requested to be present 0IVIC LEAGUERS GET BUSY AT PARIS i membersmarking aI personal canvass of the resilience and business sections of tlio city urging the importance of a gqTAial cleaning up of premises be fore April 2 Arbor Day They Ixi making a special effortxto induce lrjj8 planting l A NEWS WANT vlWi OVERTISEMErT i Tew me out of this paper put me I j4n your watch pocket I will rei i wind you early in the morning and for a trifle your home your 1 business and your income will be protected Do yoU know when your wJ1 HIUU bttwnn you and fire and I yiw will rot tsy OmGfk6lS Mtitt Street Telephone No145- vtUf 3 1J I i tiV ri1 r 7 Grubbs Benton Cor Main and Broadway Winchester Ky PLAYS KIDNAPER FOR CHILDREN Mrs Loos StealsHer Two Daughters From a Church in Toledo Special to The New- BARTLETSVILLE Okla March 25Mrs Hat lie Loos arrived herewith her two litthi girls DeliglU and Margaret whom she admits she kid naped from a Toledo Ohio church last Sunday Mrs7 Loos ig separated from her husband Her mother resid es here r DEMOCRATIC BODY TO MEET IN LEXINGTON Chairman Henry R Frewitt Issues Official Call From Lou isvilleIImpressed by leading Democrats of the State wit1itlic necessity for the speedy settlement of contests and wrangles local in character now pending before the Democratic State Central Committee State Chairman Henry R Prewitt of Louisville Tuesday night determined to call the body together on Friday April 2 instead of on Saturday April 24 as he hal previously announced ThtIm loiMee ivill meet at the Leland Hotel in Loringtou on the first named date It vvjli dispose of First All contests lowing out of the selection of committees in dis f1otablyt1ieKenhwky Second Deldfmine thfiidvisnbility oftt once establishing the jmina nent headquarters camnaign purposes which has been frequently disc t usseljThird The selection of a sub committee of whomJwill be delegated the direction and control of this permanent headquar ters which will be in charge of a secretary TRY ANEW8WANt AIrILERTI4FMENT 0 Tt r is i l 1 r f GETOUR PRICES t CITY nlunS- CHOOL LECTURE Dr Irene Myers To Lecture at Court- House On Friday Evening March 26 Dr Irene Myers Dean of theTo mens Department of Transylvaiiia University will deliver her lecture ourtIThis lecture is the secondof ape ries that is being given under the auspices of the Winchester City Schools and nil friendjof education are cor dially invited to attend same The evening exercises will begin oclockI i attend any of these lectures can secure tickets from any of the teachers of the City Schools If you have no ticket come to tho court house and you will then be supplied with a ticket The lecture is free ENTERTAINS HER FRIENDS Miss Etta Margcrson celebrated hot twentieth birthday Monday night She entertained quite a number of her friends about twentythree girls and about twentyfive boys The house was decorated with evergreens and flowers All reported a nice time NATURAL GAS CO- DECLARES DIVIDEND Two and OneHalf Per Cent To Be Paid Oh Capital Stock April 15 l LEXINGTON Ky March 25 Tine Central Kentucky Natural Gas Company has declared a dividendof two and onehalf per cent upon its capital stock payable April 15 1909 to stockholders of record at the close of business March 31 1909 The transfer books of the company will be closed after March 31 until the morning of April 16 Winchester Monument Worksih- ome 4 enterprise ask a share of your nu in s 3203t i TWO WHIM SUSPECTS ARE IDENTIFIED BY BOY WiLLIE It Is Believed That Female Prisoner Is Some Western Woman Who Married Boyle And ls Unknown In Sharon Special to The News SHARON Penn March 2oIt is believed here that the female prison er in the kidnaping case is some western woman wlrb married Boyle and is unknown to Whitla family It is apparentvriow t1att1c antici tit ed developments are not going to materialize Vji CLEVELAND 04 March 25 Jaraes Whitla is still here He stated today that the abductors should betaken to Pennsylvania for trial CLEVELAND 0 March 25The county grand jury returned indict ment against James Boyle and Helen Boyle alias Foulkner charging black mail Thomas Boyle arrived from Sharon and identified his brother James He knew nothing of the wo man f Cleveland OfJlMarch 25Wi1lle Whitla identified the man and woman held on suspicion by the Cleveland police as the persons who kidnaped him from the school at Sharon Pa last Thursday and held him for the 10000 ransom which was paid by his father Attorney James Pi Whitla Willie said the man who gave the name of James H Boyle was the one who took him from school and car rigid him through la tortuous route to Cleveland then to Ashtabula back to this city and placed him in the house in the East End wnere he was held until the money was paid Willie also declared that the woman was the one who earedfor him at the house where he was detained and who acted the part of a nurse Boyle said the woman is his wife The police have no other identifica tion of the couplooithan the names given So far as the man is concerned the police believe the name is cor rect Boyle is said to reside in Shar on and is a plumber He is said to have a widow and mother four broth ers and a sister The woman who is accredited with being the wife of 3oyle declared soon after her arrest that her identification would cause sensation in Sharon When the identification was complet ed Mr WMtla Would say nothing regarding the woman He said he knew Boyle slightly Immediately after Willie Whitla had seen the man and woman at the central police station they were taken to the courlh Qse rand there appeared before the grand jury They were examined for the purpose of aiding the jury in its attempt to find an indictment against the two prisoners The charge under the laws of Ohio against the man mnd woman if an indictment is found will be blackmail This is based upon the payment of the 10000 ransom paid by Mr Whitla As Boyle and his wife are held by the police on suspicion only an in dictment will afford a means of placing them under arrest formally and then they can be held indefi nitely v As the prisoners have not waived extradition they will be hold here for two or three days until the necessary papers for their removal to Sharon can be arranged between the governors of Ohio and Pennsylvania- A woman known as Mary Dener who the police say may have been an associate of the kidnapers or was Im plicated in the plot committed Bul cide by drinking morphine The woman drank the poison while standing in front of a drug store in the East End not far from the house in which Willie Whitla was detained here She died in an ambulance while being taken to a hospital Two private detectives who repre sented Whitla first went to the police station in an effort to see Chief of Police Kohler to arrange for the iden tification At once there was a clash The chief would not admit the detec tives and stated that he would have nothing lodo with them and would deal only with Whitla and ills ton This was reported to Wthltla and another dispute occurred which prom ised for a time to stop the identifica tion proceedings Whitla telephoned to the chief from the hotel that he had arrlvediandthathe was ready to see the chief Chief Kohler replied hotly that he was at the police eta tion where the prisoners were being held and that Whitla could see him there if he cared to assist in the ot the man and woman in custodyeMr Whitla then went to the police station but was not allowed to see the prisoners himself He was in formed by the chief that the only identification he desired was that which only the boy Willie could slake The chief also told Mr Whitla that if he did not care to make the identification inlthe usual manner he could return to Sharon and the pris enema would be Prosecuted here on the charge of iWackBaafli TheatherolUt SYE was r- i len then agreed to have Willie see the man and woman An ouror- more later Mrs Whltla1their chil dren and Janitor Sloss appeared before the chief of poli elne man was the first One taken before them Boyle was a little pale and nervous There wasa faint smile Upon his lips He was seated before the party which formed a semicircle in front of him Chief Kohler asked Willie if he had over seen the man before Sure said Willie brightly why that is the man I left Sharon with He took me to Cleveland then to Ashtabula and back to Cleveland The boy was asked the same question spin to make certain ot Jala memory and again the lad declared he was postive Fie had a mustache when first saw him at the schoolhouse White supplemented but he must have cut it off later This is the way he looked when I last saw him In Cleveland Boyla smiled sarcastically through out the recital but said not a word He eyed his accusers defiantly When Willie concluded Boyle was taken back to his cell and the woman was brought in Shewas defiant and haughty in her demeanor Blankly she stared at Whitla and other members of the party Her only relapse from the in dignant manner was when she first saw Willie The woman smiled Immediately Willie walked up to her and extending his hand said How do you Hello Willie the woman replied as she placed her hand upon his head and caressed him for an instant The boy then stepped back to his father and was asked several ques tions by the chief of police Yos I know her he said she was tile nurse who took care of me in Cleveland ShE told me I was sick and in a hospital I saw her a whole lot ad she was with me most all ol the time Notwithstanding the womans for mer assertion that there would be a sensation when she was Jdentifiedor when Whitla saw here she and Whit la looked at each other without any outward evidence of recognition They did not speak with each other Neither did she speak with any of the other members of the party v After the brief examination by the chief the woman was taken back to the jail After leaving the police sin tion Whitla would make no comments regarding the woman under suspicipij The police were able for the first time positively to loeatetde house in Which the Whitla boy wa e hefd white in Cleveland It is the Granger a downtown apartment house of tnje better order It is a threestory build ing containing several suites mo t of ionProspectTwentysecond street TheDanand woman rented a suite xm the second floor Williesaid he spent cqnafdej able time at the front window and noticed the names ont the streetcars s which passed He also said he read a sign Across the street which he re membered It was through the kid of the signs and the streetcars that the lair of the kidnapers was located t SHARON GOSSIPS BUSY Await Further Developments In Ab duction Case With Efager Ears Sharon Pa March 25 Believing that the most interesting part of the story of the kidnaping of Willie Whit la is yet to come the people of Shar on were waiting in eager expectancy for the positive identification of all the persons arrested at Cleveland and the story of the other persons con nected with the case That others besides those who are now charged with the crime are Implicated in it is doubted by few here and the discovery of the others In the case prom ises a sensation when the facts be come known That there woqld be an effort to prevent the making public of names which may be involved In the case was surmised by reason of in certain lines but the probability is that the parties in custody will not be permitted to withhold the names of other persons implicated when the case comes to trial- Suspect Arrested Saratoga Y March 257A man who gave the name of William Mine and whose personal description Sher iff Bradley believes accords withtfiat oY one of tho kidnapers of Willie Whitja was arrested at StflJ water on a technical charge of carryiriga concealed weapon If you have any lettering or other work to be done in the c see us WINCHESTER MONUMENT WORKS 52C3t 3000 FEET OF moving pi ure at ahQ is Saturday ni tsomethbood lO cents admission 3244t injuifIfkI f 1 1- rI Y r i y jttQEL MAlT AYRES WIFE SEEKS DIVORCE Democratic Leader is Sued in the Montgomery Court By Mrs Ayres MT STERLING Ky March 25 In Montgomery Circuit Court here Mrs Mary Ayres wife of Cola Mott Ayres of Fulton Ky has filed suit for absolute divorce from her hus band and also asks for alimony the amount to be fixed by the eou tand for the custody of her daughter The petition makes sensationalcharges Mrs Ayres is the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs George E Coleman and has been here with her parents for several weeks She was married to Mr Ayres a few years ago after a romantic courtship Colonel Ayres is one of the best known men in the State and a leader in time Democratic party He was State Fire Marshal under the last Democratic adminis ration The suit will be tried at the April term of Circuit Court Death of John Hoskins Mr John Hoskins one bf the best known farmers in this county diedat his country home after an illness lasting 25 years as a result of a sunstroke After the stroke Mr Hos kins was never able to go out in the heat of the sun He was about 08 yeais old a mem ber of the Methodist church und an exemplary citizen Mr Hoskius was vived by his widow and several chil a native of Powell county He is sur dren Loses Fine Mare John W White of this city lost by death this week his fine brood mare by Aberdeen She was ono of the best in the State and Mr White had sold her for 000 when she died to Patchen Wilkes Stock Farm of Lex ington The loss falls heavily on the popular young owner- Appointed Custodian Postmaster Ben W Hall has just received notice appinting him custodian of th egrounds selected for a public building site and he has advertised for bids for survey work according to specifications furnished him by the Government Custodian HalLsays he is liable tow tnbtice at anytime to clean the lot arid make ready for the erection of the Government building Buys McDonald Chief John S Wyatt and A F Wyatt have purchased the widely known saddle stallion McDonald Chief by Rex McDonald from William it Wy att The price is said to have baeii L500 McDonald Chief is tire sire of the champion Dandy Jim and is himself a blue ribbon winner BREA1TT AND HARLAN MEN MADE CITIZENS Governor Willson Restores Right to Franchise to Two Ex Convicts w FRANKFORT Ky Mardi 25 Governor Willson from his bed in the executive mansion yesterday restored to citizenship A B Little of Breath itt county He was sentenced to the penitentiary for two years for forgery in 18Jl and since that time has been a good citizen Governor Willson says in granting the restoration 1 believe that when a man who has served a tem in prison has for a long period secured the confidence of his neighbors by making a good and uesful citizen after his release is en titled to his rights of citizenship The Governor also restored the citizenship of Jackson Gross Uardin county sent to the penitentiary for one year on a charge of shooting with intent to kill The crime was committed in 1905 After his release Gross went back home and has lived a right lif esince as has been shown by the affidavits of the citizens who know him TRAVELING MEN VISIT THE OFFICE Railroad Representatives Are in Win chester Looking For Bus mess t thick in Winchester Thursday Mi thick in Wiiichestre Thursday Mr C B Munyon travelling pagbenger agent of the Big Four from Cincin nati Mr Corivin D Harper District Passenger Agent of the Wisconsin Central from Cincinnati and Mr Ed Swift District Passenger Agent of the Wabash called at this office and inspected the plant They all report travelling business good Wit l the railroadst U Mis M E Brashear oWest Point Ky is visiting her dauhter1- Mrs JCLary on Highland street J SUb nrltu For The 1Nn bot1Y1Pa 6Y t i CLASSIFIED COLUMNfId Classliledper Wtti Onehalf cent per word per inser monthNothing words No item charged pa books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of semi item at double tho onetime rate For 250 lines or moe used within one year 4 cenfaXa liner I FORRENT 1 7room dwelling 1i Q9 0room dwelling s laoO Grroom dwelling 2 50 Groom dwelling jHO5room dwelling 1200 IKE f r ITHE REAL ESTATE MAN F ijaI1dabolltMorning Glory horn Address R B this office 19tfT 1 WANTEDTo buy clean rays J4 ii ply at The News offico 2Y7tf WIRE FENCEI still build all knifis of wire fence If inthe 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