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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iIH w wyJ j J t J i r astiditinII 34rr4JrTIlE WINCHESTER NEWSEEE VOL 1 NO 140 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 26 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS WEEK II EfflA PAPERS THE NEWS IS ABOUT TO ISSUE AN ILLUSTRATED IN DUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL EDITION WHICH WILL BE A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR OF WINCHESTERS BUSINESS ENTERPRISE AND WILL SET FORTH VERY COMPLETELY HER RESOURCES THE ILLUSTRATIONS ARE FROM NEWLY TAKEN PHOTO GRAPHS 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 EXTRA 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 DAYCALLr UP THE WINCHES TER NEWS BOTH PHONES 91 FAITHFUL OFFICIAL RESIGNS POSITION MrO P Evans to Sever His Con y nection With C O and L ticket Office Mr 0 Pi Evans who for the past four years his been the efficient tick et clerk for the C 0 and N railroads here has resigned his position to take effect the first of April Mr Evans hits been one of the most courteous and obliging men who has ever filled this position here and his resignation will be learned with regret the traveling public and all those whose business or social relations brought them in contact with him During the entire period of this long service he has never been absent a day missed a train and when the long hours of this trying tion is considered it will be see- nliofaithfully he has performed his duties Mr Evans will enjoy a much needed vacation for a few weeks be iqraiengaging in other business He will bh succeeded after April 1 by Mr 13 J Teed who is transferred from the freight departmentI PROF BOSLEY TALKS ON FRATERNALISM K + qf P Lodge Confers Degree of Esquire on Prof Dalgety The Kof lodge met Thusrday t night and conferred the rank of Es quire upon Prof Geo S Dalgety After the initiation Prof John L Bosley delivered an address on Fra- ternalism which was enjoyed by the members present d i 3 i tii Y 1 A A N L or P BYWlNCNESTERI New Vault ToBe Built lv County Clerks OfficeTax Levy For Year Is Fixed At 50 cents On The X100 The Fiscal Court was in session nearly all of Friday morning The first matter transacted was the dec tion of a treasurer The bids of the banks were opened and the Winchester Bank was the best and it wa elected The bid was 2035 There was sharp bidding for th treasurership The Peoples Bank of fered 1503 the Citizens National 1531 the Clark County National 1890 New Vault To Be Built Hon J M Stevenson appeared be fore the court and made a statement in regard to the inefficiency of the present vaults in the County Clerks oflicein which records of deeds mort gages and other valuable papers are contained and asked that the matter be looked into The cour made an order directing the County Judge to secure plans and specifi cations for a new vault Committees Appointed E B Dooley and F F Goodpaster were appointed to ge tbids for tak ing care of the town clock and Squires Renick and True to get bids on coffins for paupers An order was passed donating 50 to the Childrens Home in Lou isville The tax levy for the year was fixed dollarsIIThe following sheep claims were but cannot be paid untilnext January as the fund is now exhausted J J Haggard 12 IaWilbert Berryman 50 Rolie Devary 10 J B Martin u 15 24IC J BoswellGI N Osborne 40 F A Ecton 15 J B Martin 10 SH AND GAME CLUB IS TO MEET FRIDAY Night at Peoples BankMay Offer Reward For Violators of Fishing Laws The Board of Directors of the Clark County Fish and Game Club willmeet at the Peoples Bank at sev en thirty p m Friday It is rumored that the purpose of the meeting to s offer rewards to secure the con viction of persons that may violate the fish and game laws MARRIED AT PAINT LICK On the 17th inst Elder J M Rash- was called to Paint Lick to officiate at the marriage of Claude Spilman and Miss Margaret Pullin two prom inent young people of that section ORDER FOR MONUMENT Mr L B Ford while in the city placed an order with the Winchester Monument Works for a fine monu ment to be erected to his mother Mrs Ball l The Merchant Who Advertise rIy 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 inspection that 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 forYOUwith- your approval ever in mind He must find bargains for youextra value things for you he must protect you on styles on qualities on prices He is enlisted in your service And the nonadvertising merchant NOT r ii f 7 o r 2 n f RETURNS FROM 5FLORIDA TRIP Mr Vic Bloomfield Reports Fine Time And Good Fishing Buys Winter Home Mr Vie Bloomfield returned from Daytdna Fla Thursday night where ho has been several weeks recuper ating Mr Bloomfield shows that he has been in a warm climate and ex atgreat as very sun burned Mr Bloomfield was very favorably impressed with Daytona and enjoyed his stay very much Daytona is on the beech and has a population of about 5500 It is a great place for automobiles as the roads are good and Mr Bloomfield says there are any number of them there While on his visit Mr Bloomfield bought him a winter home in Day tona The place is situated in one of the prettiest parts of the city and has an orange grove with about one hundred trees in itrfhe trees are now bearing and he has sold the entire crop to the hotel in that city A frame house is now on the lot but it is Mr Bloomfields intention to tear it down at once and build him handsome winter home Mr Bloomfield does not claim tp be much ofa fisherman but fishing is good and while there he with Mr Resin Scobee who was there at the swine time fished quite a good deal 0not so much for the fish but just to pass the time away One day he says they had fished all day and had only been getting a few small ones but about four oclock in the after noon their luck changed and he got a 52inch trout on his hookwhich took about seven men to pull it out It weighted about forty pounds und he says it made a meal for fifty or sixty guests at the hotel Mr Bloom field says you do not have to believe this fish story unless you want to MONTGOMERY JAILER FALLS OVER A CLIFF Charles T Wilson Drops Forty Feet Dislocating Shoulder and Sus taining Severe Bruises 2GrCbunfy Jailer Charles T Wilson had a narrow escape from death last evening While waking on the Fitz patrick farm near Howards Mill Jailer Wilson stumped his toe and fell- ovcr a cliff a distance of about forty feet He was rendered unconscious and resuscitated after about twenty minutes He was brought to town by Dave Fox and after an examination by Dr Willis it was found that his left shoulder was dislocated and his arm and side badly bruised His condi tion is quite serious and he is suffering intense pain Jailer Wilsons escape from instant death was mi raculous Police Arrest a Fugitive Policeman Turner and Jailer Charles Wilson arrested here yester day and lodged in jail a negro named William Foster who is wanted at Carlisle on the charge of cutting an other negro in that place Sunday Th ofiicers will return Foster to Carlisle When arrested by officer Turner Fos ter admitted his guilt School Teams Organize The boys of the High School and the Mt Sterling Collegiate Institute have organized their base ball teams for this season and are busy at prac tice There is considerable rivalry between the schools and some hot gamep will be played The High Schoql team will play the Carlisle Flemingsburg Winchester North Middletowii and other College club s dirin v the easoo J t MRS MARY D FARMER MURDERESS WHO IS SENTENCED T DIE IN THE ELECTRIC CHAIR Governor Charles E Hughes of New York havIng refused to extend clem puttomer and her husband were convicted of the murder of Mrs Sarah Brennan near Watertown and both were sentenced to death The womans pcndlngbeforeSingprIsonrefused to Interfere == 7 =RECOMMENDS RAISING STANDARD OF THE WINCHESTER HIGH SCHOOl Prof Siiipp Says Graduates oueeoueueeior- e I Further a School Census To Be Taken The Board of Education heM its regular monthly mooting Thursday night The members present were J N Hisle IL W Scrivener oA Adams J B Cornctt Harry Ecton N K Fostr C II Rees and Zono Bruce In the absence of the chair manG W Strother who is ill Mr J N Hisle was elected duaivman pro tern Mr J B Cornett yas appointed Census Taker for the white children coloredichildrenA committee was appointed to in vestigate the matter of purchasing nJ lot adjoining the Washington street building so that the grounds can be enlarged The lot that they are in vestigating faces on Highland street A rCI ort showed that there are now thirtyeight paid pupils from the county now in school Prof Shipp stated that owing toi the crowded condition of the schools more teachers were needed and roc omrnemled that two more be employed for the term of 19000 He also 11Highout further preparation A committe was appointed fer with a committee from thb ChlisI tian church in regard to Hickman street hill which they think will be a great improvement NO OPPOSITION TO JUDGE JH EVANS Briniger Says He Cculd Have Won in a Walk But Expenses Ye1 It now seems possible that the present County JudghtJ H Evans will have no oppositicm ill his race for renominatidu to tie office whith he now holds Mr L Briniger who has been the only one to announce against him withdrew Friday morn iug Mr Briniger says that tie felt sure he could win the race in a walk as he had many loyal frieiids butfthat lhe was not able to stan dvthe heav entrance fee and othervixpensesat lathed to campaigning fM t tf f 4 r pt c ARRESTED FOR- BRASS STEALING Trot Robinson and Tom Glass Ar Alleged to Have Robbed Old Brick Yard werethaving had a hand in the brass stole from the old brink yardof whie Jaim Dewiro was tried several weeks ago and held to the grand jury by Judge F P Pcndloton The police rave been working o the case since Dewire wits arrested under the belief that Dowire was no on the deal by himself but had been unable to get any thing definite until Thursday when the arrest followed The prisoners were arranged before Judge Pendleton Thursday wasIand his trial was set for Friday nightThe only other case to come up i riaPolice Court Thursday night was that of John Rallins for being drunk Rallins was fined 660 SIGNS GOOD INfiElDER Friday mornings mail brought to Secretary Phillips of the ball club the signed contract of Chas Krouse of Detroit Krouse was highly rec ommended to the local management by Sam Thompson formerly of the original Big Four of the Detroit National League Krouse is an infielder played with Charlotte Mich an independent team in 1907 an 1908 his batting average in 1907 being 348 fielding 944 in 1908 batting 356 fielding 97l The manage moot has been in correspondence with him for sometime and are much elated over landing him He will leave Detroit April 8th When manager Agnopwill beicom1Leto I r r+ p r f ef tJjJj r ci r STARTS ACTIVE CAMPAIGN FOR NEW MEMBERS Of CLUB Many Are Already In Contest To Secure Diamond Stick PiR 9fkreiaL For Most Work Done For Commercial k rAn active campaign was startod Friday to increase the membership of the Commercial Club President Rowou has offered a diamond stiok phi to the person getting the greatest number The Membership Committee held a mooting in the morning and appointed Messrs G L Wainscott J T Stok Icy Frank Murphy Harry Scrivener J W Chambers and M D Royce a committee to make a canvass and to have charge ofthe campaign Aii member of the club who wishes to enter the contest for the diamond stick pin can do so It is hoped to get as many as possible to work Tli dues arc two dollars a year so Iiav your money ready and getsinto the club if you do not already belong If you do pay up for the present year COMPLETE LIST OF 0THE ELKS OFFICERS Men Who Will Represent Winchester Lodge B P 0 E in the YearnThe following is a complete list o the officers for Winchester lodge No 530 B P 0 E In the former list published some of the names Avere omittedT Stuart Exalted Ruler C E Gibbons Esteemed Leading KnightG Wainscott Esteemed Loyal Knight JA Hughes Esteemed Lecturing Knight J WStaplotyft Secretary George 0 Tcbbs Treasurer Matt Bean Tyler GrandLodgeJiI Benton Delegate to State meetingTrusteesJ H Evans 0 S Johnson R R PeLtry Board of GovernorsJ H Cleland T G Barrow A Renick G L Wainscott 0 S Johnson D S Gay eBAATIIITT CONVICTS TAKEN TO FRANKFORT Two Other Prisoners in the County TherehPending AppealI Depny trotfgone 0 place James urner and Kinzie Ar nelt in the penitentiary Both hav lug been convicted for short terms jllstIffor the of William Nathan Ar 0rouvwood and Arnett fur shooting Sherman Cope There are two other prisoners i the jail here under sentences to serv life term at the State prison The are Mrs Amelia Belle Allen for the murder of Mrs Fanny Tutt and Jeff Davis for the murder of Andren- Bush Both have asked for a neu trial and have appealed their case to the Court of Appeals LECTURE IN OLD KENTUCKY j The second oiu series of lectures will be given at the court house by Fridayiers Dean of the Womans ment of the Transylvania University will deliver her lecture In Old Ken tucky There is no admission charge and those desiring to atetnd can securer tickets from any of the teachers of the City Schoolor they can be pro curediit the court lloje llie nigh tof the lecture 4 t tf i5 5T ft j r J THE ItiFairWEATHER al Warmer Saturday r Club Depart i INSTALLS II NW PLANffif George Brothers Make Own Ligftoaml Have Put in Water Sys ri tern of Their Own George Brothers have just coma pleted overhauling and remodeling haveetodate hotels in the State They have installed two tenhorse power Hagan engines and two dynamos which makes the lights for the entire building The capacity of their light plant is 250 lights The engines are so arranged that both can be run if necessary or just one as the occasion demands Usually in the forepart of the night when the load is heavy they run both but later use only one They also have the plant so ar ranged that if one machine breaks itJlerfof lights They have also installed a complete water system to be used in cas of arrangedthatfrom the building in any direction On the roof they have placed a water tower so that the upper part can be flooded in a few minutes The building is heated by steam and liras a telephone system throughout f ARE TAKEN TO PENNSYlVANIA Whitla Kidnapers Waive Extradition and Return tp Sharon Thursday Night CLEVELAND Ohio March 26 Waiving extradition rights Jaules H Boyle and the woman who claims to be his wife the kidnapers of Billy Whitla accompanied Pennsylvania officers and members of the Whit la family to Sharon last evening They were in a special car The prisoners will be given hear lags before Justice J J Gilbert at once The Mercer county grand jury Aprilnand court opens April 19 Despite most vigorous sweating the police were unable to pierce tbe veil that conceals the identity of the woman in the case In Bitter Fight SHARON Penn Marcb 26 Mercer county Penn and Cuyaboga bitternHelenetheYAccording to leading attorneys Mrs Boyle cannot be placed on trial Itvno crime in this county and that tire only charge oh which she can be held is conspir acy She may be returned and tried in Ohio if not in Pennsylvania for of Sharon are so incensed by tire case that they tfre demanding N r thrft the death penalty be meted out to the prisoners iJ IS MUCH BETTER d v e The many friends ofMr JoImjR Pace will be glad tolmow thaknevwiil soon be able to beout fterfo r weeks illnessi ryJ i FIRE A YEAR AGO TODAYSr jOnefch iEldwas in flee building a td ctTtrything was burned No Ire in this city ha cae4 sa m eli r v- f t 1 1 IJ J t b 1iL d 5 J h T f JE t t mTt1tff 4f 7iQ p 2 itfy t f J t ft11i h si nf t l vJ 11 Fr n v I it d T1ThWI3IESiR1WS 1 1 r itE LIOEThR IEWSI IiJnrlUIRt Mr-L t14 PUMfWM 1 Till WtachHlir lis Ct Toipori jf o tevth Mr trt 1Witer Kentucky L t Un y fctirfi art del matter ftftifidbtr 28 1008 at thst office WizcEt r Kentucky uiider the brh 34879 JgwfmpfiQN BATES ttr arr1e Delivery bnI year 52- Oiw i 10 jph M ofBcJorl to collector m11t L I Mall YeryJw 30D 8 ionth iJM xiohth X i 25 Payable in advances JADYERTISIMG RATES SfbispiayPir Inch b time apy edition 25 fort times within one week 50 DM wr continuously 100 0 tfalendar mouth 300 four weiki four times a week 240 tweekstkree times a week 180 toUr weeks two times a week 120 fornij weeks one time a weeks 7- 5jjojeountg3 months 10 per IMJ 6 riaonths 25 per cent one fMT 334r3 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Smsnees Notices body type TMsc Pirti teading news headings 15u f Both Phones No 91 FRIDAY MARCH 26 1909 T t THE MAINE f AL I JWe pkeaa paper the other day illustrating the embarkation of the American troops from Cuba an inihe foreground was an outline thee dllfated Maine We saw the pjtller day two postcards which are sold in the stores of Havana are bought tby tourists and mailed to the four quarters of the globe- tsc more stinging comment wa ever written to characterize a sore sjgofc than is contained in two lines I written by an American army officer irfc Cuba in explanation of those two JTpicture postal jjards T1One showing the illfated Maine entering Havana harbor bears the inscription This Ship Once Belong edt the United States The other illustrating a mass of gnarled wreckage carries another PropJe tyof the Republic of Cuba I The late Congress which appropri ated millions oil millions for battle uind seacoast defenses found no sumIof money for the recovery and hon orable interment of the bodies of the crew of the Maine still imprisoned iif the wreek in Havana harbor JThe memories of the Spanish war are still fiesh jiii ipur minds All re f call the thrillof honor that follow theM4ineWe1 ourselves were on the Pacific Coast during the Spanish war We Teeall the fierce exaltation ofoir people when they assembled by the hundreds of thousands to see the first- California Volunteers leave on their sea voyage of thousands ofmiles to 1 tliedistantrPHiUppineThe tears came to our eyes as we saw the troops of C jRkntuckyv and of Tennessee march k through the streets of San Francisco ijrernembered that they were icans all going forth to die if iiecessary fitr tlie daroffiag And the coinn t sltaItofthlI was Remember i the Manq We axosediuing Jthafc memorAble tune and with countless thousands ttt u Sffltlvlngtd breadth of this goocllylitnd stood iith uncovered hjd1rAnniciphire1 by theband yt no Smr SpanlcBannt coy ersUhe pall of the MaineV deadj nc plpl in Arlington Cemetery is set vasiae upI1 v their lives under the flag TJnhonored andSunsung they rest in the wreckage in HaTinii brarbpr fobd for the fishes and forgdthnbii grateful ountry75 TfM JVKen GerVjira cavt to die the oth i fy d aalouprhiV lat thoughts were and appiciatioh of the- tII qRresj 9floureopte 1 J t X J t it c SS I followincr the destnietion and cap Y4havethe deadIf iss1 fft GOOD BUSINtsf ttHSE ThV actioit taken byHlic Fiscal Court this morning in regard to the TralBurygliip of the county and the buildiflg ISf fir fofvmtl s fbr the co thouseCdh t be too highly commended and in regard to the lat rfermuch cre 1iJo bft giseii to the Commercial Club v In Januaik0p ih OBresident of the Commercial Club in his annual message i9thll9Pp Arecpninieiuled that they take this question up with the Fiscal Court and urge them to build fire proof vaultsfor the courtr house and poidttJithc dangers which menaced our records The committee appointed by the Commer cial Club liasil this matter with the members of the Fiscal Court at each term sinch and in January of this year President Bowen again called the attention of the club to this matter and requested the committee to appear before the Fiscal Court and urge4 that iie vaults bfe built The Fiscal Court has made an in vestig tion of thb condition of the present vaults in the court house andr has come to the conclusion that it is time more sput9iuus1cp1oef vaults with better ventilation and light bo built and by proper order this morning appointed the County Judge to secure plans and specifications fo the building of such and report to tle court at a meeting to be called in April or May White this action jts pku1cl1 im portance to the county yet the man uer in which they jl etl 9f the treasuryship stumps our Fiscal businesfIan rs sl1 possessed by iio oflier count in the State For years the oflice of treasurer of IlieMCojiutv has been givv eii to first ono Ifank then another in rotation and for this appointment t the banks thus apponited have paid to the county 150 ppr annum and a few years agd the amount was 25 But at this term the Fiscal Court determined to let this office to the highest unit bestbidder and this morning the biftothAal11nr haute were opened tfhvePeopesi3ank bid 1503 the Citizens National Bank 1531 the Clark County National Bank 1890 and the Winchester Bank 2035 per annum for a Iqrm of two years This shows what the treasuryship of Clark ouni Ypjtirto thc banks taxlpayers a f business sagaituicli should commend itself to every other county ii the State anlltaibt only to the coun ties but the example set by this Fis cal Court should be followed by the city fathers of Winchester and the Board tCpm1cil should see that the treasuryship of Ih6 city is sold in the same manner to the highest and best bidder lWffluWlwis picked up 2035 per annum for two years b its business acumen and the should dispose of its treasuryship likewise If the city treasuryship is ofvalue to the bank holding it it should pay for same and the money thus derived from its sale would be for the goodoffiof tile tax payers alike We commend the iiclion ofI ourFiscalCouihai4rommcnd it to the other counties ci1 city Councils 11throughout for emulation WINCHESTER ThLLERMcLLS JJ n The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller JMjaisii I not use home flour thd beiLmade Kerr perfection and White PearlflourI1 TeQua1j NEW PAPER FOR JACKSON Mr G P Cole iipromment lican politician of le tenth Di tlictj was in the city this week He wasI on new his Way tcCbWinuali1t9 purchaset publican papeiafJhokn It is 11nj deystood that ineirprojniienfr in Na and Stte publican affairs are backing the enterpriser MDJplomaUc CtonsldGrins the annoys of life a patient man or woman is entitled to a great deal of cred1tAtchjbn- Glob f t if I r 05 Jf rt1 i DIRECTORY Kentuckyt j t nlucl1yThe area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water Ths streams within the State as a rale head in tile Southeast and ihrv in a Northwesterly direction j this fact jre tarred the con strtiction of railroads and the Jdeyelr oprcent of our resources foV iuany yeprs The early railroads were built from the East and went over thmore level territories North of the OhiQ River and South of tfie Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only aljinitod demand for coal and lumber Npwlhat the demand has in creased It wouldseem that kind providence has Jield in reserve our almost inexhaustible uti itics until a time when they are most needed by the country Our supply- f timber is limited but there is nough to lass for many years to omc We have a coal area of over fifteen housand square miles Other min Natural gas and oil in paying quantities are being developed in many loc3IitiesIThere are no more bad people in Kentucky than m other States in proportion to population Good people regardless of politics qr religion are always welcome Blue Grass sa natural product Uncultivated land will set itself in blue grass Crops of timothy and clover can be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oats are the grain crops Tobacco is raised in large quantities Clark County Land acres158176ILValue of real and personal prop erals await development rty including franchises 12004 370 Tax rate for all county purposes 50 cents on the hunared dollars The foothills of the mountains are on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance of twentyfive miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has cx tensive lumber mills Three railroads go entirely across the county Chesapeake Ohio Lpuisvjlle Nashville and Lexington All fruits that are adapted to the climate can be raised with profit The census of 1900 gave the popu latiori at 16Su Circuit Court First Monday in April second Alonday September first Monday in December J M Button Judgq B L Grutcher Attorney County purttoFourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court Thild Tuesday in each month County Officers J IL Evans Judge S A Jeffries Attorney Upward Haumton Sheriff Leo Evans Deputy John Bedford Deputy J A Boone County Clerk Sam Powell Deputv Clerk W T Fox Circuit Clerk Roger Quisenberry Assessor 1C A Tanner School Superintend ont I W R Sphar Treasurer George Hart Jailer Justices of the Peace First district J C Richards Second district J Scott Reniek Third district Eli Dooley Sixth district F F Goodpaster Fifth district Robert True Fourth district J E Ramsey WillsyCcunty seat area a circle one and a half miles in fliameter Population census 1900 5904 The city has overlaped the corporate limits and ow has a population of near ten thou sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Lick fog Rivers has water works elec tric street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is Jpcafed at Winchester The fire department is one of the best in the State The assessed valuation of all property including franchises 4692499 The taxllteop the hundred dollars s sixty cents foiiity and fifty cents schools The C 0 L N and L E railroads center at Winchester the geo aphicallbatiori and shipping facilities mate the a desirable location forfactories New cpncerns aregiven five years exemption from taxation The Commercial Clubwill take pleasure iti giving informatiun tir Officers J A Hughes Mayors B Tracy Clerk FH Haggard Attorney F P Pendleton Judge V CblhejtorJL Briz gar Coroner N H Witherspoon Trea1 IJ ruS PoliCI t1TiituiierBoard oft Council viFirst ward ShkleyHadden W P Hackqtt Second ward A R Martin T L ToddThird ward Doe Pigg J Q Boone Fourth wardJ D Jones Fifth ward D McCullum Sil Dinelli Board of Education G Wv Strother Preaidenr C H Rees Secretary H W Scrivener Treasurer Harry Ecton J B Cbrnett W A Adams J K Allan James Hisle Zena Bruce N K Foster Fire Department A R Baldwin Chief- VALIJABLEPOSTAL INFORMATION J S MalQialey of Orient Ohio ErqidcntPostmasters 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 withji load pencil see that the address is plainly written Most letters lost are improperly addressed you had bettor use a pen and ink When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the town cor regtly Many postoffices have similar njimes Dont write Gin for Cincinnati or Col for Columbus When you address a letter or card leave rtfpm for the stamp and post mark in the upper right hand corner Pthntkoften blur your address Do not put writing in newspapers r packages if you do the matter becomes firstclass mail and you must pay letter postagetwo cents an Dunce or you are liable to a fine od 10 Written or typewritten letters pIne ed in unsealed envelopes are subject to the same rate of postage as whc- isealeatwo cents an ounce Post cards in transparent enve lopes will go at the rate of one cent if unsealed provided there is nothing more tha nthe address of the one to receive it and and the name of the sender Stamp must be placed on envelope an 1not on card when enclosed in transparent envelope Post cards containing writing and inclosid in transparent envelope whether sealed or unsealed must boar n lwoccnt stamp and the stamp must be plaedon the envelope in stead of the card Send money by postofilce money order for if it is sent in this manner if lost in the mail the Post Office De partmcnt will issup you another order Send valuable papers or merchan disc by fifstclnSs registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 2r Patrons of postoflice can got better service by renting a box If you have a box the postmasters work is light ened and your mail is not handled looked over like it is in the genera delivery The Post Office Depart mont makes great conveniences for you so do not hesitate to help in re turn When you mail a letter or package see that it is substantially done up The rapidhandling of the mails some times destroys a poor envelope or coVeting of a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name postonice on the package and ifnot delivered it will be returned to you but you will have to repay the post age unless it is firstclass WJien you move to another post office notify the postmaster from our former postoffice to forward lour mail and notify the publishers your papers that you have chang ed ppstoffice Letters from the pension agency personIauthorized to receive the mail If you have friends visiting you have their mail sent in your care Use an ordinaiy size envelope and have on it your return card if it is not delivered it will be returned to you and not go to the Dead Letter Office as thousands of letters do If you receive A letter bv mistake and it is not yours dont open it but return it promptly and if you dc open wrife on envelope opened mistake and sign yot name Kilts WOULDBESLAYER IfFA merciless murderer is Appendi eitis w4h many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by pre vention They gently stimulate stom ali liver aiicTbawels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Con tipation Billiousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indi gsion 2cc nfphillips Dru Store TRA KEWS WAKT ADE TISE E l A dFOR MEN 300 andThe 310 price stays down P the quality goes tip while most things shoes included are go ing down in quality and up in fricc thats the great difference between Beacon Sho s and other shoes today Made to the standard of slioqS that sell for 2 and 3 more but do not give you a cents worth ofbetr ter material workmanship and style Union made Goodyear welt handsewed process uppers in all leathers shapes are the latest New York styles Weve got em allcan fit you comfortably and in upto date style Sold from maker to wearer by MASS It The l1oe Man ADd fifteen hundred other texcloglve west throughout the United litatoa and Earopo GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester Ky Corner of Broadway and Highland Coiteight Transfer and Ice Co gratIng Handling and Hauling Fur nlture Pianos Etcla Specialty 19 North Main Street Both Phones Womanthe Power Any publisher will tell you that lt is the approval of the women of the country which makes the big sell ers that to be a paying business in vestment the magazine must cater to the women It is the women of the country who read The men read the newspapers and the articles in the magazines which their wives recom ment to them Appletons THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in tho red face hands anr body of the litOe son pf n M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awfu plight from eczema lund for five years defi d allremeflicsand baillcc the best doctors who said the pois oned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could gave him But vrit es bib mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed bj Companyt COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of tho days Count Courts arc held each month in counties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrencehurg 3rd MOD lay Bath Owinjrsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mon llyfEstillj Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th5fon day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williams town 2nd Mon dayHarrison Cynthiana 4th Mondaj- Jessamine Ittcholasville 3rd Mot rday Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Alercer Harrodsbnrg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Stdrling 3rr Monday Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Oweaton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monda Powcll Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shclbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Verwulles 4th Monday 1 French Proverb An ounce of favor goes farther tkar an ounce cf justice jL I The PeiinantWinning ClothesS for young men areC L SYS TEM Clothes Theyre ultra smart and cut with that easy grace and flowing freedom that onIeeL SYSTEM Clothes for Spring embody every fad and frill of the haughtiest custom tailors at nontailorishprices Dashing Distinctive Different fthey make the mediocre figure look and the manly figure look f manlier 1 Look for thLu on every gar Imet Its your warrant of worth our pledge of perfection Rupard Stewartk IL GoI L AVIPTON Pres- I S D OOf P VPrcs I TO TO HAVE YOUR CAR RIAGE REPAIRED BY EASTER YOU HAD BETTER SEND IT TO US AT ONCE Then we can give your work the same careful attention as our invairable rule nONinand right for you in time t JII STROTHER SCOTT ItClark County Natl Bank ESTABLISHED 1565 BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35000000 I H I Merchant Tailor the People of Winchester and Surroundings 1Having opened a merchant tailnr t1narfmnt with a4 Keyessclothingmy stock over All work guaranteed fit or no sale i +x JOHN ADAMS Merchant Tailor Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 This bank began business less than three years ago depresionsteady 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 coidially incited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business jM HCBGKIN Cashier J Lq BITOinW President L B COCKRELL VM PrMjMtut i v I 1A j v + THtfWtJCMbTER 4 iaaI t o PIle TIne 1 irf VV THINGS T 1 fiN jPins Hat Phis Waist Sets Collar Iliril Hat Pins Neck Chains and Lockets 3Ye tiea very large and well assorted stock of jipltie Yew designs for spring and summerjust I I m Come and Look at then inI i C H BOWEN I Ij arf OCIETY S1iaJ ij Impersonator Imper4ator Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church Mr Eldridge comes highly recommended and presents a wide ly varied artistic and popular reper toire of costumed interpretations ahigh order changing quickly from humorous to pathetic and from dra mite to sentimental representations Inheritance Nb more absurd statement ever calme frbm the lips of man than the oiie which declares there is no in heritance You had might as well say that no man ever left a son a fortune as to say that no man ever transmitted his virtues and vices to his children But when a son inherits a fortune it is not that fact but the use he makes of it which counts to his credit or discredit- If your father left you a gambling house or a dive and you continue tp draw revenue from them you are slaying your own soul and help lug to slay others If yon turn them into model tenement houses or establish kindergartens and baths orother moral institutions in their places you are- buiidingfyour own character If you inherit a violent tern pe aid indolence from your parents ajid make that an excuse for your yourate merelY allowing the grounddfT Ifryou control those tendencies kith your Godgiven will you can dear out the unwholesome territory and make it a garden spot of auty bir and Mrs Ed Kissenger enter members of the fiscal tarCurtin a royal manner at th Qbunty Farm Ihuisday- rtA substantial dinner of turkey ham chicken oysre s salmon cro 4uettes chicken salad salmon salad potato lad cranberries prunes celery pickles deviled eggs jellies baked ajjples baked peaches corn sweetp tatoes Irish potatoes mac aroni muffins and biscuits milk- coffeecttetard banana cream and eight varieties of cake was served A huge bowl of frappe was kept to serve during thb day a 1 irn Pure Huylers i f t fttt ttllr T rty lit rI Jeweler aid Optician J The gentlemen were highly pleas with their reception the conditioned of the farm and the care of the inmatesThose present were Messrs Abe Renick Scott Renick Eli Dooley Robert True John Ramsey Felix Goodpaster J C Richards Ben Wills John Ballard Albert Tanner Woodson McCord Herbert Scrivener Starling B Tracy J T Stoke ly Will Franklin MD Boys Charles Sullivan James Boone George Hart JM Aldridge Walter Ecton and D Haggard The cast of The Cullege Co quqtte meet this evening at the courthouse at 8 oclock Mr W M Stamper and Miss Anna M Nickerson of this county we married by Rev C E Crafton at his home oh East Broadway Wednesday morning Tho happy couple left at once for Olympia Springs where they will spend their honeymoon PERSONALS d son Wendell are the guests of Mr and MrsW E Singleton Mrs A N Lyman Lexington parents Mr and Mrs W E gleton Mrs S Nuckols came this Jogh n G Johns I141s Henry Bradley return edill le in Williamstown Sam Cotterill of Latonia is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Bradley Mrs J V Logan of Louisvil- was in town Tuesday Miss Elizabeth Smith of Rich or a short while enroute to Frank fortMrsJ Crews Rash of Clay Ci is spending this week with M- Alice s Nunnelly Dr R L Willis of Lexington i was in town Thursday on business Miss Alice Bradley has returned from a visit in Lexington J Mrs Chars Duty of Mt S f ling was in wn Thursday J Mrs Will xJayless of Lexi on was the guest of Mrs W T Ogden t DONT FAIL TO US fit IJI Judging from the tremendous sales we have had the past two weeks on Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds we know we are cheaper than anyone Compare prices and quality andsce for yourself that we can save Y011thney 1 As we have warned you before dont bis mis v led by cheap Pand inferior grads tjf Phones No 405 BKx Bring us your Eggs we will pay the highestr v itfarket price x t f nsavail G Go SOLE AGENTS dell Foods Ii Candles 4r tri cAS S will arhrS V uacsMrs fe SEE Both RW Ron Chase 8 Sanborns Prices Lard and CoffeesI 1 Z Z y ti1 ooTh1ilM1 y Pill Dki iwart ie the xnest of Mr JtbjRWBiinrM 6f tSterI 1rDrr Mr OscAr Lyne Trai in town Thursday ilr Vic Bloomfield returned1 home Thursday night from a trip to Florida ilr Charles McCord who recent ly sold hiss residence on College ofMrWstreet Mr Azbill and family will leave about April 1 for Texas where they will spend several months Mrs Harry Clay of Paris visited her sister Mrs Sam Willis recent ly and Miss Margaret Willis returned home with her Mrs Sam Willis is seriously ill Mr Ira D Sumpter is able to be out again after a very severe attack of lagrippe NORMAL ILL Mrs Jennie Devaryts ill of in flu enza and rheumatism Mr Duard Curtiss of Kerrick familySaturday familybavemoved a position from the Phoenix Nursery Company Mrs Nettie Jewell who has been ill with grippe is somewhat better Mr Price Watts was in Normal on business last weekIMrs Joe was operated on two weeks ago is get ting along nicely reMr and Mrs Shelton Devarys coughMaster grandparentsMr Miss Julia Larson who has been confined to her bed for about 5 upMrs to Leroy on account or the serious ill ness of her daughter Mrs Frank Whistman Benjamin Devary purchased of hoesrWiller ow street The prop brothermDevary The son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Milton died of diphtheria Four other members of the family were of the same disease Mr and SpatSplirigs FORD Mrs Mahlon F1y nn has returned heleo Winchester Miss Sallie Bush of Madison county visited relatives here dur inthe past week hettn cheater from Wednesday until Sat urday Mrs Burdella Smith of Berry visited Mrs J J Eads last week Dr J fi 3effties was in Win chester last Wednesday Miss Hattie Kirkpatrick oQtfqrth Carolina is visiting her sister Mrs D J Williams Mr Vernon Rice was in Winches ter Friday on business t MrSan Ramsey of Winchester visited Dr J H Jeffries during the past week Mr Fleming Griffith who is attending College at Berea visited his home at this place from Fri day until Monday Mr R S Tucker was here a few days during the past week Mrs Eb Eads was in Winchester SaturdayMrs Bode has returned to her home at Bethel Ohio after a visit of two weeks to her mother Mrs J J Eads v Mr and Mrs Worth Thompson have returned to their home at Sf ford Ind after a visit to the latters father Mr S P Witmer Miss Odie Stevenson of Winchester was the guest of Miss Ruby Hubbard from Saturday until Carrie and Bernice Belcher have returned to their home after a visit of two weeks with Miss flattie Turner of Paris Jess jSlkin visited relatives here SundayLeon Lisle of Elkin visited rel atives 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 i employed for a lumber firm Mr and Mrs W T Jones of Richmond visited friends here Saturday Mr and Mrs F J Lipscomb of Richmond are visitingthe latteris aCh i I i rji p t I tboo = l 1i1atJgtJral ofSpli2gBustneiT 0 m44 1 JIlV 0 FTj CLIFTON B ROSSt ctendour heartiest greeting to our patrons and Ito a11 the ladies of Winchester and Clark County f and announce that our Stock of i nleSS X1 100d Silks Tailored Suits Skits Waists Tea f t itPd Jackets etcS t iZ Which have been bought especially to meet the requirementt of J this section are larger and more complete than ever before andaz we offer the advantage of the BEST PRICES With anticipation of the biggest season in the history of our house we have l c tA f 6ifaid in such a stock as will meet the requirements of the frost careful and the most economical buyer V v 1r Come in and every courtesy will be extended You need not 1I r r f VjV buy Just examine our SPRING GOODSdv We have been successful in the past because THE QUAIliTY7 OF OUR STOCK AND OUR EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES v HAVE ALWAYS BEEN TWO IMPORTANT FACTORS I I CLIFTON B ROSSJ Main Street Opposite Court House Winchester fr rv Kentucky t mc JI ARTIS TURNBULL I NewestfStvlesareHetel ToreJV olt Silk andLinenS itsI for the most fastedjious ladies I Pretty House and Evening Gowns Laest iSpring Dress Goods r 7 and Sulks f ARTrS TtJR1VBULL I 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 congratnlationi J sMrs Joe Myers of Richmond visited relatives here Saturday The Office and the Fool When a king creates an office prove dance at once creates a Sodl to buy Jez901Iert at i I t I f Ji 44 t i 4 1 f Ib 4 t Modest Modern Mart Whatever may be said oihe mod ern man he cannot be said to be lack- Ing in modesty While thei ancients did their utmost to prove that they besttoed from monkeys Paris Journal Olive OH for Books t Olive oil rubbed over the library thejmlr r t ft tl 47 t ip wv ft J c f t r I l cJ aoTsi LWt 3 tz t- I r THE ELEGANCE 1 ahd variety represent ed in our present stock of Furniture t claim the attention and consideration of all- FURNITURE I BUYERS Buying as we do in large quantities W e are able to quote the very lowest prices i coni sistent with fine quality The Winn Furniture Co We Give S H Grtin TrwKnt Sttmps c J Ifto l1r t 1J7r tS It I r l k 1f Y 7 f ii f Ir 7 fJ it F j t I 1 J p h 7 Iy1 Th 1 i 7 r Li 2Il t TJ NiQME8ER ME L IE1ieiI WrnflocxI I iLWTR4TJON oeRRmrno7 D c1PfLL cii thCweysit theres danger and rthought Id prettyIiiMcir the Chicago end from the office inflWfterefh well you know they nev tSeltf the thing very seriously justti t4onment They didnt think It jppuld amount to anything BurleyGiet Well shes a pretty woman thats ifcjVy Toiubet she is said Vernon and s b Ml be ipwn here again tomorrow tOOv eagerly1flttXeBb look here Charlie Ver nj n exclaimed dont you go mixing 1tlfOhand he laughed significantly R hen Vernon reached the hotel he wet to work In earnest He tramped about half the night until he had seen every senator who could be found He nptfldheWJio allay his fears and to restore in afmiasure his confidence and he fell ajleep thinking of Maria Greene hap Pr itt the thought that she would be the with her charms to offset the vMiqp of course the very spiritual aversion of those women to such a ociIn point of fact his regard in an In sfint had ceased to be gtneral and had become specific having Amelia for its objective She sat on the right of heir cbtntnander a rather timid aide and sjijerseemed Spiritually to snuggle more closely under her protecting shadow witfc each passing moment She semed to be half frightened and had sacry Her jgray figure with its hat of violets above her dark hair was on the Inntant half pathetic to Vernon She sat facing him her face downcast There was no conversation at that table it was to be seen at a glance therewouldSaving been prearranged for them Vernon noted that Amelia seemed to him more daInty more fragile thi she had ever been before and Ii heart surged out toward her Then heTaised her eyes slowly and held hint until frOth their depths si sbbed with one swift glance a glance full of all accusation indict ment antI reproach The stab went to hlj heart with a pain that made him exclaim Then perceiving that the complicating moments were flying he rose hastily and with halt an apology fdining XIJVeranQns approach Mrs Overman Hodge lf p lekst of all On the contrary she seemed to swell into proportions that were colossal and terrifying and when Vernon came within her sphere of influence his manner at once subdued Itself Into an apologys bthropMrs Barbourton Mrs Trales Mrs L dpeOman HodgeLathrops side the hetrIsconce Amelia gave him hers coldly vithout a word and a look He grew weak InaiuC aid laughed i easily 1 lighifuiitninge said this cOuntry ar dbwn hire is Morley said Mrs Qyerman thatsHe obeyed meekly The ladies h- etioht from tiie rustle of their Skirts ffl drew tkeniieivessubtly The bniy ga ces they vqUQhsaffed him were f9UndJtlplpnot recall having experienced fijmllar sensations since those menac t occasions of boyhood when Tie bad- bHi1 sent to the library to awaIt his fAthers coming- Deligtful nsiotfliilg indeed Mrs5 pve1W1Il l HodgeLathrop said il tlDoct e1et to1Delightf i morn iiSs to bring us poor old ladles down Jut the countryl it briR ytt dq iU ejac ilated Ver f rii donbwSiiiitbiyebn YMMirtiKr Yr5tAl t iih4kaicuA trouble enough agr idoiittyei j1i tiij i ff l e1iltof uP v Vernon shrank Morley Vernon MrtN Overman yourlltNo Mrs HodgeLajthrop he af a very little voice v youetVernon shot a glance alt her Oh you needht look sir she con Please Do Not Compel Me to Go Into cRevoltlng Particulars UntIed you neednt look It wouldnt bethe first time as you well know nditisnt so many years ago and I have your mothers fun permission too The chain of ladylike sympathy that eclaratlonconverged on Vernon Even then they to pinch him 14rsOvermansisted indeed on coming down her self but I knew she could never stand such a trip I told her and here Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop paused for an instant Jytold her that I thought I could manage There was a vast significance in this speech substanlsHodgeLathrop began eating deter minedly r esocial influence of Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop i iiisir CHAPTER X Vernon went down to breakfast the next morning wearing the new spm mer clothes his tailor had sent to him rom Chicago the day before He had flower in his buttonhole a red rose indeed showing his Colors for the final t jThethe litter of the night before was clean anq cool and the morning air of a perfect day came In refreshingly at the open doors The farmer mom bers confirmed in the habit of early rising were already sauntering aim l about but otherwise statesmen till slumbered tired out by their la ors of thexnlghtt before Vernon in the nervous excitement which arouses one at the dawn of any ay thattJ to be big with events had Jl thaI was his wont He hastened into the dining room and there at the first table his eye alighted 6him1and she greeted him with a brilliant smile With springing step he rushed 5eagernesstheir greeting silenced the early break fasters for an instant Then he sat down opposite her and leaned over with a radiant face as near to her as might bei considering the width of the tablecloth and the breakfast things he ftween exiHis eyes quickly took in her toilet remarkably fsli it Was though it h ad been made on the Springfield sleeper It give hone of those evidences of bIng but the late fiowerimif Qf a toilet tbat had beefi made the night before as So the toilets tit some ladles under ll1ilar circumstances- She wore this morning a suit of broytml tailored faultlessly to every flat s atn a a little turbztn to match It Be sfc1her plate iSy her veil her gloves and a brass tagged key And her face clear and rosy IIi ith richufi0aity wasIgocd tp fun 1ke waiter just brought her strawberries t To1jeConUnued1- vi I f t tl i t j CHEiAMJAKE 01410 ElStJMWHl j 2 I Daily Ex Sun 842 a 2Dily 115- 7o28DailyDSunday6O a f p kf i JiJy 1O25p Ill Westbound No 27 Daily ExSunday 6 22 a m No 21 Daily 8 03 a In mNfLOUISVILLE Ii NASHVILLE tt Southbound 1io31 ChicinnatiKnpxville To al1000 a m No CuichinatiJacksonville imited lp57 a m No MaysvilleStanford local Paris41rrivesNo 31f Cincinnpti Atlanta Hmite U23 p m Nlrthbound- TPAIN SCHEDULE llInit45ONo 1OStanfoMaysvi11e loca conecting at Paris for Gincinnaf 723a m No 38 KhoxvilleCineinnati lo nNolimited 5 45 p m Art of these trai1S wjl stop at Wi excepNoscept Sunday LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound Stations Jyo Lexington Winchester L B Clay JUnction1 Stanton 1Natural BeaUyyille June Athol 0 K Junction Jackson Westbound Jackson 0 K June Athol Beattyville June Torrent Natural Bridg Camp ton June Stanton Clay City L E Juno- Winchester ArLexiugton IExSun1 AM 610 615 640 707 730 745 7488th 825 900 912 955 INo2 DailyPM 225 305 320 350 358 430 435 447 510 5371 rDailyjrN LPM 225 220 252 320 341 355 357 426 435 1507 No tt Dail AM f 826- 735 8 1a 90 91QI 949- 956 10 17 110 45 U1iU rSun OaF i AtS 701 705 730 75 815 826 82g 854 902 934 94fi 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L B JunctionTrains Nos 1 1Uld 3 will make connection with the C gCampton Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to KyBeattyville Nos and 4 will connection with the L I KyOand 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations MgiErAS KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 iFiJr l Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th days Rockcastlc county August 18 3 days Bourbon county September 7th days State Fair Louisville Septemhci i3th 6 days daysSpencerMercer county August 12 3 days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky August 19 3 days daysLaurelBoone county August 25 4 days ifurnishreeoZ charge A DAHurrying out on hearing a comma tlon I found that it was my lIttle threeyearoI4 sister Murielwhose S caj and hair were oYeredt with blood As too M I hd batiie hr head afii qiiiiied HcrTaJiksAr ffieckug of the icedint 1 w that brick up fdij God to catch asi the reply aid ke dldht catchitDellaeatort tf X fJ t I I a l ULLsyr anthink thatI weve donb YOU a distinct II service if we onee get youi to wear ing some of thesek- A V t Ht Sehaffn tiX 01r iTand Marx I good clothes Thats the way we feel about it tOOt Were doing our bringingrhere such a fine line of these fmotlsg ods anct displaying them before you vifc OVERCOATS In all the latest models new fabric in colors oxfords black New colorings and pa1tterns in PINE SUITS Wtie and1 black suits all the spiartest models of the season f 5 ihtJI This store i the horn e of HART SCJMFFNER and MAR Clothes f iir vie BLOOMFIELD IIts a Comfort to Work Ii that will cut in half the time and the R P SCOBEEONaCO The Stumbling Block Id tell my frankly of all- ym faulty says the Philosopher ot Folly but for one thing Theyd believe what I tod em NEARDEATiIRBIGPONq testSIt wnsa tbrllHng expcrieuqc to oriytimes nearly caused my death ll remedies and doctorssaid I was incurable Then Dr Kings New- iscovery brought quick relief and a dura so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs lives Il Big Pond Pa It yow wonders in Coughs and Colds pe4stbmaall Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran t J I specialtiesEvery easilyinto planingThat as well as a satisfactory one And quickness spells economy So if you any building- repairing or improving come here for millwork both cost INCORPORATED friends failed eedbyPhullips DrugCompAny Word Painting Jimmy f readlngCasey swatted de leather into left garden for a brace of sacks an den pilfered thoid bake an dented de pan on Mulligans paloosa dat sailed over Outfielder Shaughnessys nut I tell yer Willie shakeipIT SAVED HIS LEG All thought I a lose my leg writes J A Swensori Watertown Wig Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bcklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c qt Phillips Drug Store TRY A NEWS WANT if gjii ii ADVERTI9EMENTi 4 w r j Clark County ConstructHMiCo Ia INCORPORATED Think ef the maid aid kIll climbing tax paid each Y IHe as- Msek as On the Basis of Equipment and the IIptr plicaiion of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construction and of all kinds andc conditions ofroaasy public or pri = vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Salei bandSandsame any quanitydesired The putting of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction p guaranteedJ PJt I todayyourself wonderfully iuvenate chair piece furniture badly 16 hundred Oak Dark Walnut Mahogany Cherry Mali BlaclfNatutalAluminun All to CURTAIN CARPET CLEANER All Spring Cleaning Requislg phillips Drug CQ New Firm NopMainof Winchester surrounding country the facfcthat wehave in a Line of V Coal iPlasterand Hay We are Agents for the EAGLE FERTILIZER andwe would1alsd bc pleased to you celebrated Webber Wagons any e Saturdayland oirlineand II 5 Powell Si Dawson738 17 Main Street S J Pres Phillips Pres The Woman Who Works The woman who works is a woman who is broad in her views Her opinions not riveted to any one spot Her is movable Her the gives her sympathy for other woman She has to ever friend new and old an hon She the society of who havemade some out Ufe Exchange tSdS f f 7 r J t ttlte Far Mrs a in in 7 ment see for how it will gr an old or in fact any of that is It comes in and has a uses Oak Sizes from 15 cts 25O LACE and and to put Fun show the Small Profits ft Home Phone North business workers learned accept people and East Tenn IwWhjn You See Your Horse Into the feed or grain onr supplying youll know why he worjcs without caninotyour horse Give him our kind fee4J and grain and hell repay you somely both dispositiin to work and ability to i- tPurina ChicKen FeecJ Vulcan Plows OU Hickory ast JR Martin Coal and SvpIi Cp t St Citizens National Bank Paidup Capital Surplus 142000 WE SOLICIT BUSINESStj Willgive qujcoiitteous treatment and attend promptly and carefullyto olt business entrusted to US D Simpson F V IT inevitably are viewpoint experience ia mart at faitvaluatjpn iasiioY thing of i 1i marred colors Going of of in do S1000DO YOUR A H Hampton Cashier J W oynter Asst CaliJ1JS i W S DOLPHIrNf TAILOR SHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed 6 Rtftoti We do French Cteantof WM IiHMtee- Sattefactlwi Ladles Parl v Brcsse aS Mi lty Give Us a Trial anil we 49 the rest AM aikd fer aicil deyt5 2 4 WCMrt at tleme Phase I5 Wkckukr Ky of j Vi L I it If I r i IIti V it vuaraJbaMtfy r t1 2 = THEM WINCHEws f 7 J p FIVe It J u vrrA JJV71 L SClf8JULB AF LVE rrRp D LI3AGUI3i y i r 4 r a CITIF- S1r7 1ry4A Lexington r- u1i i Richmond rI4 6I ii 1 f1 f Shelbyyille it 3 fF Paris 1 i 1 Winchester At Lexinctol1 k WE May la 10 June 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 Sept 79 May89303131Juno Julv 11 Aug 122 Sept May 7 13 18 June 22 30 July 5 16 28 Aug 9 Sept 4 10 11 April 30 May 1 2 23 29 June 5 13 July 4 2p Ausr 14 15 Sent 5 WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE I ICHAS W MERCER DRAMA to D D PEELE WRITES OP WESLEYAN Deprecates Any Agitation of the Question of Pies Taylors Resignation At alit request of a number of readers we pickup from the Sun of Thursday the following letter from Mr D D Peele with the comments of Mr Perry thereon Columbia S C March 22 09 My Dear Mr Perry Tile friends of the Kentucky Wes fan College and well wishers of Winchester have heard with deepest regret gf the resignation of Presi dent Taylor his adminiR tnitionofcthe affairs of that in stitution he has more than main tained his established reputation as an educator and made for himself an influential place in the citi zenship of the city All must lecbgnize the fact that his departure if he and the Board of Educa ti n cannot come to terms leaves the college for a short time at least in a trying condition of uncertainty The resignation of a much l tant member of a facultyI thorities keep to themselves until u worthy successor has been secured thus never allowing the confidence the public has in the to suffer the least dimunition And the meth od by which the Board of Education trijl the Faculty of Kentucky Wes yan College are trying to bridge- e present period of uncertainty aks well for the wisdom of those two bodies Your energetic report r sought interviews with both thoste bodies for his very interest nffg story on President Taylors in last weeks issue of j 4i fti Jr 1 At Richmond April 27 28 29 June 1 23 July 12 3 Aug 16 17 Sept 3 PRINT May 10 11F12 June 17 18 19 July 12 131JJ Aug 24 Sept 10 U May 27 28 29 June 21 22 23 July 15 HitgO 30 Auff 20 21 llay345June 9JJuly 6 7 Aug 10 11 Sept 1314vsssuoolMay 20 22 25 July 5 23 24 Aug 2 3 3Q4 31 Sept 8 9 At Frankfort May 6 21 25 July 6 7 21 22 Aug 3 4 JLLJl Sept 8 April 30 May 1 2 23 June 4 513 July 4J 25 Aus 9 15 Sept 5x CORRECTLY May 1316 June 6 27 28a July 18 Aug 8 16 17 29 Sept 12 13 Mav 27 28 July 1 10 14 July 29 30 AUP 12 19 2526 t 3 May 8 o1819 30 June 9 20 21 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sent 4 = c CC= I Sentinel During Ihe SunSentinel with the results that Rev Mr Mann of the Board showed much disinclination to an absolutely to be interviewed The last quoted words are sufficient to establish even in the mind of an absolute stranger the greatest con fidence in the fairness and honor of the retiring President of the col lege The contrast between the silence of the constituted authorities and the glaring headlines in the Sun Sentinel and it is probable that they appeared in the News also is suggestive of the difference in method of procedure by responsi ble friends working for the welfare of an institution and equally as warm friends lacking the poise which comes with a sense of respon it not appeal to your WIS- dom Mr Perry that wisdom of the Poor Richard type which finds ut terance in the Perriwinkles and delights thousands of readers every week that wisdom which dictated your interview in the symposium for the publication of that symposium that your reporter would have acted more wisely had he taken his cu9 from the silence of the au thorities and after having made that collection of opinions of the best citizens of Winchester bubmitted it to the Board of Education and to President Taylor hoping to bring them to an agreement Would not each party have been more likely to make concessions then than npw that the symposium has been published After an agree ment had been reached and it is t J 12 IAt Slielbyville May 34 5 June 10 11 12 July 12 13 14 31 Aucr 23 24 May 17 18 19 June 24 25 26 July 21 22 Aug 5 6 13 14 April 27 28 29 June 1 2 14 June 29 30 July 5 o 17 Aus 28 uswu rmiTHE fsf saoa oMay 10 11 12 25 26 June 17 18 Aug 3031 Sept 7 8 9 May 7 June 7 8 July 7 8 Aug 11 12 Aucr 18 19 25 26 At Paris 1 May 19 20 June h 23 29 July 5 1527 Aug 2 13 18 Aus 20 May 8 9 30 31 31 June 12 20iDuly 11 Aug 1 22 Sept1 2 May 141529 June 15 16 Julv L 19 20 Aug 5 6 Sept 6 6 April 30 May 12 22 23 June 5t 13 July 424 25 Aujr 15 Sept 5 OFFICIAL May 16 June 6 27fJuly 17 18 Aug 8 16 24 29ISoot 12 15 June1719July = = CcC Monday Marc 29th i Presents IPopular G CARLTON GUY IN COMEDY LTHE CRY BABY =i Hear the Hells Neck Quartette I PRICES KENTUCKY ronItinui school collegeI sibilityDoes resignationI 1tis DOWN STAIRS 75cIGALLERY 25 been prepared for the press which would have had a ling of triumph colored with the glow of bright future prospects for the institu tion and therefore for the city in stead of the note of dejection and gloomy forebodings for the col lege which permeates every line of the published story and which is likely to impede the authorities in their already difficult task of administering its affairs The motives which dictate tbisI lettar have their source solely an interest in educational work and educational everywhere and more especially in the welfare of a college which has received the best efforts of four years sof my lifean institution which has count less Very warm friends in the city and county where it is located as has been shown on many occasions but which is likely to suffer from the misdirected efforts of a friendly public sentiment t Veiy Truly D D Peele This was my interview on the resignation of President Taylor R R PerryI am loth to express an opinion without knowing the facts I have great confidence- in the Board that controls the col lege also in Prof Taylor I have been impressed with Mr Taylors practical ideas and his force of character I will regret if we should lose him as a citizen It will appear from this that my ideas are in line with those of Mj Peale I have been trying all of my life to get people to think right and act right I am not so presumptuous as to believe that I do so myself but of one thing ram surer I try fo think right and do the best I can with the light before mo I would not willingly OMJ injustice to the Board of Edmemtioiis btr f Tot I jt WinclieSter May 10 11 12 July 29 30 Sept lr 2 May 21 24 26 June t2829 30t July 5t 14 1920 Sept 6 May 3 4T5 31 31 June 1111 12 Aug t 1320 21 23 May 14 15 July 1 2 3 July 2627 28 Aug 9 10 Sept 10 11 April 27 28 29 May 17 June 21 324 20 Juty 13 Art 1727 28 SCHEDULE Z s A REAL f ieeignatipn 35cV50c iJ or Mr Tayloiv But the patrons of jtjdis paper have a right fo know all that we know of the facts pertaining fo this as well as other matters in Which the public wetfareis affected- I will say for toe benefit of Prof Peele and all other friends of the Coliege that a movement is on foot for a conference that will bring about a better pnderstandingofthe situation and I have reason to be lievethat good results will follow ECZEMA CUHrtBLE PROVEN Attorney at Moline nG nY iced 6y V0il of Wintergipn Corn pound tThere is iiothing tlidt will convince a lawyer except evidence r Now here is some rather startling evidence of a simple home cure for eczema which convinced one lawyer F G Entriken attorney at Moline Ill He tells how oil of wintergreen compound mixed with thymol and gly- cerine as iii D DD ere mciption cured him in thirty days after thirty two years of suffering 4c For 32 years wries Attorney Entriken Iwas troubled with ec bodylandmy ana covered with scales enough to illla basket I tried everything salves internal medicine XnayaU without result Just a month ago I was induced to D D D Prescmptiori T litcliwas relieved instantly so I con It is just a month now and I am completely cured I have not a particle of itch and the scales have dropped offI I can only say again CURE DIS allleczemaour stnut relief from the awful itchIPhillips Drug Company HS Pain trcet TRY A NEWS WANT AQYiERTISEWENT I r c Time i 1 For MoriPrinting i to a qf us to to r f Y i j i It SEE FOR Cured Fish Produce PHONES OPERA ROUSE LOCK J M c At Law 60S St Ky i At Law 60S Main St Ky To Protect the good It Is not meat alone quires to be looked to Our own home supplies more rigorous inspec tion and to this end we must have houses where meat can a central clearing house the Ip A NEWS 1 ADVERTISEMENT r t Zr iIIIr v 1 r s i1 IT is Mill tlJ the men oLy Tet itt of vicinity wt e fin li1gout are Only Modern Printers f with Down to Date IOirtffl In the City ot MiHch s elf i tItris time they Mere fvyak nctp I taottJf would the ir eat an the eye of thefH come to us oJe jilting which to do it We offer ad vantages The Finest Machinery New and Down to the I Minute Type the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled WorkmenMoney obtain GOULD YOU ASK FOR MORE ft J We ate vain enough believe that we have of samples will eclipse anything of its it kind in this section Kentucky andnothing gives pleasure than to exhibit outproduction the users of printers ink We would call and show you that we candelsver l goods 5 l i r r V WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED 6jf Anything r SMain Stj New Phone 9- ILT =GILBERT Fresh Meats Vegetables Country BOTH PROFESSIONAL CARDS STEVENSON Attorney Main Winchester PENDLETON BUSH kBUSH Attorneys foreign thatre calLfor public slaughter all be inspectedand possibly where riotmerelyTRY WANT 71 time tfIbusiness this that we this they reach catch Qufelicdtheyfausi with these can line that mote like Printers Winchester the CALL ON NElSON5TheTransferMaff by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 339 A Thousand Heads Fox Two Thousand t Wanted You can 4aY your choice if you come early enough to pick out the best sample Hat at Loa on the Dollar Just now received from leading manu facturort at the SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main St J lf Sam Noticed the Distinction A rich man once visited his stables and watched an old groom currying a favorite horse You have worked for me a longtime liat8Dt yen Sam Iqueried the rich man Yes slrP rt plied the grog Je an this kQsa liave worked for you 17 years Ab and 1 hopgjou have been well treated Ifie employer Oh 1 SamIme an o w famqfime an1 Jiwajtife that wjilk ou hireda doctor fer tUbosg yet docked mv pay forth tima I Iooit01 e iis i f Coo 1i dpcrY9i iftf Capital SM M I Undiviaed Profitst i6ooo THE I WInCheSIBEBaUKor VINCHESf Eg JCY N H WI HERPOONtPR- RSiDdcr4 4 W RSPHAR CASHIR 4 1 iSOLICITS YMM t 101l0UlTS I I i 1 r at rh rfterlPerfection isa lHJpo bothersoai ififti I olteM regret avln cared Ti K oc t hAZokt iSif t a i MV r FT i Jttw ijtiifjflVit JJ o I t drv v iry jyffiSN i f L zM Gt i f r y 1ry li Pa 4 t h gtfT 11 i t rTHE t f it r 1 tI si SWt STER NEWS t I Builders Attention OUR STOCK OF LOCKS AND HINGES IS COMPLETE WeJ3an Please You in DESIGN QUALITY and PRICE i t c rI ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF f CABINET MANTELS GRATE FRAMES rand 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 cam v V Save You Money RICHARDS TROLLEY BARN DOOR HANGERS ARE THE BEST 1 SEE t rwTJS TODAY VSEED CORN Mr Bamberfle Gives Good Advice Concerning its Planting and S Cliitlvatlenrt untilAli ea from which that grain came germinationstcngth only in the ear Dont buy shelled seen corn under any consideration Tested corn assures a good stand j a good stand assuresa good crop It is just as easy to have a good stand as- a bad one It is cheaper to cultivate a gtidd stand than it is to cultivate a baihoue Then why not have a good andIA convenient way to test corn is as follows Make a box the size of the paper partitions of an egg case but rpartili slid If no sand is convenient soil wilKnnswer Rotten sawdust will do Joggle down what ever you use Until yell packed and the sand or soil Is evqn with the tops of the paper Give a good watering Make a notch in tIe upper left band corner of the bJy so as toascertain where work is begin From one of the ears of corn selected for seed take six grains froin six different parts of the ear including the but and tip Place those six grains flat on the sand or soilj in the under the notch mid mark thelar from which the grain came No1 Do the same sixgrninsJmark that ear No 2 and so on lt6Gthe ears you have selected for seedjaro represented itrilie box or Ifottets if moro than one is necessary 1qhen thfe box is full spreatl a piece iifc ees cloth over the top of the warmK Itillrcquireofand x r soil place of adrafChinn let It remain 120 hours Then bring to the ligHt lift off the sand and cloth to examine the grains Save for seed only those ears of which the six grains in tile box have shown a full strong Kern4 anion Those ears which hays not shi wa a full germination sliojald be tlHxra into the cub for feeduii purpose By this saMj plproeess a perfect stand of eon ay be had After the corneas planted cultivate shallow and k the cur natonuntinn roast p J 0 a t r 1 iJOi Jf s rr J Grub sBonton Cor Main and Broadway h Winchester K r K KG 018i President Taylor went last Friday for a several days trip to Ashland Ky and Huntingtpn West Va Dr J L Cunningham of Vander bilt University was at the College last Tuesday to deliver several ad dresses to the students on different phases of Christian work The toileR7 hadV at the Paris Convention of the Young Mens Christian Association a large delegation There were five of the professors mid nine teen of the students in attendance Mr W D Weatherford of the International Committee of the Young Mens Christian Association and Mr E C Mercer graduate of the University of Virginia and a noted worker among the colleges of North America will hold a two days meeting at the college April 21 acid 22nd A great program is being arranged for the Commencement at the college The Preparatory will also hold exer cises this year The Christian againasDav for the various athletic organ izations and there will be delivered at1 this Commencement lIiatY address es which will be announced later SOMETHING GOOD Come to the opera house Saturday night and see the moving pictures Admission 10 cents 3244 MRS BOYLE IDENTIFIED CHICAGO III March 2GWill- iam McDermott a Chicago fierman admitted Mrs Jfls Boyle the kid naper to be his daughter Ills story of the daughters life is that of a wayward girl stated that when she was a young firrl sire eloped and was married and has not been in Chi cago very much since McDermott has two other daughters who are married Y SUPPORTER ay1fing ear At the last ptocan ton pliut coW peas peanuts soy hearts and follow with sofiife otker crop than corboW H BAMfiERGB AgriculfuralSuperiiit nd nt Of the Q fc C Railr f i t + i jrl y t GET OUR PRICES r i 4I I j I BOTH EYES BLOWN OUT BY RAILROAD TORPEDO Employe of the Louisville and Nash value Terribly Hurt In the Paris Yard PARIS Ky lilarc1126Mit John Louisvillei by the explosion of a torpedo cap in the yards of the company yesterday morning Johnson assisted by u ne gro was cleaning up rubbish about the tracks and having set fire to a pile was standing warming his hands when the explosion occurred John son was hurried to a Lexington hospital on a special train Flying particles of the torpedo lacerated the hands and legs of the negro Bullet Strikes Boy in the Eye Rogers Moore the 10yearold so of County Attorney T E Moore JJ while engaged in shooting at a targ witha Hobert rifle was struck in tl eye by a rebounding bullet and stn fereda painful injury Young Moore was taken to St Josephs HospltaL in Lexington whene an examination of the injured member showed that his eye may be saved NO TROOPS NOW ON DUTY L stQf Night Rider Guard Ordered to Their Homes For the first time since the Preset it nffcamber 1907 there are notro6ps on duty for the purpose of sinPPresin ig night rider troubles growing put of differences between growers and buyers of tobacco crops Adjutant General Johnston yes terday ordered the last troops on duty four privates and anoncom missioned officer who have been sta boned at Eddyville back to their homes in Cynlliiana Conditions have become such in the western end of the State whitch has been the principal seat S turbance throughout alt the troubles partintLarge cakes chocolate coeoariut and caramel for sale at the Wincha- ter s Bakery 312Friimo i SOCIETY WOMAN- DIES BY GAS Mrs Pierre Lorillard Jr Kills Her self in the Bathroom of Her Home in Washington WASHINGTOND Ct March 2Gr Mrs Pierre Lorillard Jr was found dead yesterday in the bathroom of her home No 2030 Hillyer place in this city The illuminating gas was turned on and although Mrs Lorillard was known to have serious heart trouble and the cause T fdeathwas heart failure the Coroner decided that it was a ease of suicide and gave a certificate to that effect Mrs Lorillards friends refuse to accept the verdict and are confident that death was due to an accident The death of Mrs Lorillard was suddenandlluler circumstances so startling that tit has paused a great shock to Washington where was quite as well known as in the circles ofsociety in New York ahd Paris Mr anti Mrs Loriilard have lived several y ears in Washington some times with intervals of a year between in which they have traveled abroad JThey came io Washing ton on January 5 to get a house for the winter and stopped for several days at the Shpreham Hotel They finally leased the home in HillY r place of Joseph B Hornblow er They entertained elegantly and were frequent guests at the most ex elusive dinners and receptions in Washington a 1Itamong those who have met Mrs Lor- illard at dinners and receptions here this winter that she appeared to be having the hest time of any one present She was n iticeiblyb2eeiTdl anti gracious There f seemed to bej no cloud whatqveyjn her sky so fuV Ills oxitwnrd appearance wentVS ARBOR DAY BULLETIN In accordance midi the recent pro plantation of the Governor naming Friday April 2 as Arbor Day mid to encourage tlie feeling throughout the State that tArborrDay should be observed by every citizen the De partment of Education of the State under the direction and supervision of State Superintondent J H Crabbe has issued a special bii11l tin entitled The Kentucky Arbor and Bird Day Annua1nThis is the first publication of its kind ever gotten out in Kentucky and is calculated to do a great deal of good by calling the attention of the citizens throughout the State to the valuable assets Kentucky has in her treesand birds It is a handsome bulletin of 94 pales and profusely illustrated with colored plates and illlstratio In it are articles dalin with the history andcharacter of the birds and forests containing much valu able information Suggested programs for Arbor Day exercises fire al so published id the Annual along with appropriaGethese are two poems on the subject of Arbor Day written expressly for the annual by Miss Carrie D Nich ols and Mary Scrugham teachers in Schoolsnpoem o is of beautifctul manner 1ebliss Scrughams is an Arbor Da v pttblishen d Beautiful stately and grand are the rees That soring from this wonderful good old earth To music pleasure musings deep they give birth Oft you heard them whispering gentle pleas Againstannihilatiollby degrees What if they were all consumed on tile hearthYIThroughout the land thered be a dieadfuldearth Anywhere everywhere plant more trees That neer may ire lack quiet peaceful shabTe Nor eer b withoitt thjeir beauty in spring We want IusciousJruit they alone can give Lest the lessons they teach from tn fade And if thetewerenolllllyother thing For further generations let them live The article on the Native Kentucky Trees was Yrriften by Prof H Car giveaf s the State TRY A NEWS WANT T rt h fV- ERISEM ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IBARG INS IF SO HERE IT IS THIS COSTUME IS EXACTLY LDKECUT 49 cents Worth 100 ONE AND ONE ONLY TO A CUSTOMER SATURDAY and MONDAY March 27th and 29th LIMITED QUANTTY ON HAND FIRST TO CALL FIRST TO GET A BARGAIN LUMANV OIERAhOUSE 7 The Cry Baby Carlton Guy the star of The Cry Baby the popular comedy drama operajiouse1the best known daft also one of the most successful of the younger group stngeFbedded the famous Guy Stock Corn pony of which he is also the owner Mr Giiy while in stock work drew attention to his direful painstaking acting of every role which he uu pert ok and these are a legion His versatility is shown by the wide variety of characters he has played among them being the dual role in Dr Jeykle and Mr Hyde DArt agan in The Three Musketeers Jim in My Jim in John Storm in The Poor Relation The Cry Baby was written especially for Mr Guy The title of the piece being 4 nickname given the cen 4tral figure in the play the role taken by Mr Guy who has been sur rounded by an exceptionally capable company The production is mount ed with all special scenery and the electrical and mechanical effects are said to be excellent 3000 FEET OFI Sattu y cents admission 3244t4 Mr Robert T Bradley A telegram to his father Wednes day afternoon announced the death of Robert T Bradley at Albuqiier que New Mexico of tuberculosis He was the son of Mr and Mrs eityriandwasyears ago he joined the regular army and was stationed in the Philippines where his health was greatly impair ed by the unhealthy climate After his discharge he came back here and subsequently married Miss Ragland of near Grassy Lick Signs of in cipient consumption manifested them Selves in Mrs Bradley and they went to New Mexico for the benefit of her health but he soon showed signs also of the disease which finally killed him The remains will be brought here for burial but Mrs Bradley has telegraphed that she is unable to come alone and some one from here will probably go after her Henry Anderson Welch Henry Anderson Welch aged 13 years son of Mr and Mrs Jolla yelchof Mt Sterling and nephew of Mrs W W George of this city vas buried in Mt Sterling Friday morning at 10 oclock Welch died after a short illlness ofappendi citis i Those who attended the funeral from this place were 141and Mrs W W George Mr and Mrs B George Mrs Luke Glancy andMr and Mrs W P Hackett SU8SC IBE FOR THE MEWS F At1 cL fi t Its Your Businesst- o have the best modern Plumbing installed in your premises Its Our Business- to do just this very kind or Plumbing andwe don Its Your Business- to employ whom you please to do your Plumbing Its Our Business- to ask for your order and trade andwe do Phone 162 GRANT WITT 8 CO 30 North Main I i BY ALL ODDS AT BARRETTS is the best place to get the Largest Value for Your Money in Well Made Photographs Old Pictures Enlarged at Spec ial Rates for This Season Everything in Picture making and Made Just Right Gallery Work Home Pictures an House Views City or County By BARRETT 22 NoMain St KENTUCKY MERCHANT Made Defendant in a Civil Action Over a 150 Hat CINCINNATI 0 March 2Gh or over three hours last night Constable Ben Tebbe waited in the corridors of a hotel on Vine street for the pearance of J B Sternberg a pro t merchant of Corbin Ky who linen there The matter crony a hat worth 150 Co dealers on Pearl street brought civil action in Mag istrat Midlers Court against the Kentucky mercha 15Muller J and sent Tebbe on the trail Stern berg explained last night that the Pearl street people had sent a hat i tended for his brother to him ii steadand that he had refused to accept it The headgear he says was probably lost en route to the consignorBesides I dont wear dollarand ahalf hats subsaid Steraberg heatedly A number of traveling men in the hotel who know the Ken 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