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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t i s r I lust Edition ry VOL 1 NO 142 WINCHESTER KY MONDAY 29 1909 ZjEHTSACOPYlICprrsAwt i ALL ARE NOW HUSTLING FOR THAT DIAMOND STICK PIN 1SMany Mehlre Now Busily At Work Adding To Membership Of The Commercial Club You might as well get in the band wagon first as lust You will have to join the Commercial Club sooner or later These indefatigable canvassers are out early and late and they are each and all securing for midable lists The rivalry between the men at work is intense And a dark horse threatens to enter the field one who says the diamond stick pin offered by President Bowen is in his scarf if lIe just goes to work The betting is about even so far M D Royse says he is going to win that stick pin if he has to work night and day and go without three squares a day J W Chambers says they will have to go some if they beat him His arm is already tired entering names F C Murphy says it isa downhill pull that he calf lose Its an easy pin- G Lee Wainscott announese that if any man wears that diamond he is the chosen one H V Scrivener prides himselfon being tall enough to look over the top of the whole crowd theyre all in the rear now Jeff Stewart pleads that while he isnt doing much he can tell you allI about baseball Anyhow he is like herIJup trade is brisk and he wants to wear that pin at the first meeting of the new Council SUMMER GARDEN ABOUT READY Work on Auditorium is So Far Advanced That it Will Be Opened Saturday Night The work which has been going on at the Auditorium for the past month getting it in shape for a moving pieI ture show and summer garden has about been and will be opened Saturday evening The improvements which have al ready been made have so changed theI looks that you cannot tell it is the same building A steel ceiling has been put in from the front to the back A partition will be put in in the center of the room The front will be used as a sum mer garden and the rear as a moving picture show The moving picture machine will arrive Thursday and the electrician D B Scobee thinks he can get it ready for Saturday YOUNG KENTUCKIANKILLED NEW YORK NEW YORK March 20 Although the police have wore edunceasingly they have not succeeded in learning the identity of the occupants of the flying automobile that Idled Inwood Trimble the 13yearold son of R J Trimble ea wealthy Kentuckians in Morning Side Parkon Saturday night i 1 1 i t i 7 i ii L 11 THE WINCHESTER NEWS T l The BUSY WEEK FOR THEFARMERSN- early All Ground For Spring Crops BrokenSowing is to Be gin Soon During the last week the farmers have spent the busiest week of time year so far and at present nearly all ofthe ground to be broken for the spring crops has been plowed and the sowing hemp andoats will begin shortly The corn ground will not be worked down until the middle of April and as said by one ofour farmers when the dogwood blossoms the farmers will have their work so well in hand that they will have time to go afishing The weather has been good on wheat the sunshine being just what it needs If the weather had been wet the wheat would have almost jumped up and the stalks would have not stooled as they have during the warm spell Banner Year Promised The prospects are that this will be a banner year and the farmers will have ti chance to make up for the time and money lost last yearthrough the beeginning to swell and in another week the air will be laden with their perfume giving the people a thought of pickedduringual thing the peach trees blossom at this time of the year but for some notrblossomThe only fruit crop not promising is the strawberry which was hurt by drought last fall The present pros pects are that he strawberry the earliest ofall fruit will be scarce this year During the dry weather last summer it was for the old plant to start a new one which would bear fruit the coming year Dotted With Canvass The country is dotted here and there with white stretches of cqnvas covering the tobacco beds and from the number of them time coming crop will excell all previous records of the Blue Grass Much of the grass land has been broken and it is said that grazing for stock this summer will be scarce The average for the corn crop will bn above the average this year and if a good season prevails the sale of the product next fall will add much to the income of time farmer GUNNER ON BATTLESHIP WINCHESTER Mr James A Laughlin of Spring field Ky is the guest of his cousin Maurice Stroud Mr McLaughlin was a summer on the Ver mont which was in the cruise around the world He brought back with him many interesting relics and pictures which he colected from everyport at which time ships stopped A AAA The Merchant Who Advertises Ipaftol1agdeserving to have YOUR attention in return They are on- t 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 I the necessity to make goodto meet live competition to so wisely buy as to be able to sell to your profit as well as his own alwaYswithyour approyal ever in mind He must find for yoU extra value things for you he must protect you on styles oinquaHtkc on prices He is limed in your service And the nonadvertising merchant tipT V vVi i J L r J i f j t l ii t fJtl tt tn 7 S ct C e 1 p RULERS OF AUSTRIA AND SERVIA WHO ARE READY FOR WARSERVIAN VOLUNTEERS News from both Vienna and Belgrade regarding the threatened war between AustriaHungary and Servla con tinues of a disquieting nature It is now believed that only the prompt interference of the other powers of Europe will avert a conflict Servia is making almost frantic for war while Austria already is prepared to throw a large force across the bdrdcr The action of Prince George of Servia in relinquishing his right of succession to the throne has served to further stir up the war party in his country King Peter can cull to his standard about 200000 nhut such rail army ronhl Off 1 littlo osistnnro asminst the legionsof Emperor Franois Joseph IMPERSONATER ON WEDNESDAY Ladies of Christian Church to Pre sent Gilbert A Eldridge March 31 The ladies of the First Christian Church are fortunate in enlisting the services of Mr Gilbert A Eldridge the wellknown impersonator who will appear at the opera louse Wed nesday night Mr Eldridge comes to Winchester with a wellknown reputation having given his impersonations in nearly every State in the Union find receiv ing flattering endorsements as a mas tor in the art The speaker presents a widely Aa Tied artistic and popular repertoire of costumed interpretations of a high order changing quickly from humor ous to sentimental representations His line of work reaches all classes from those who like the subtle humor of good old David Harum to the tragedy of Julias Censor In the last two years he has filled more than two hundred engagements with scarcely an adverse criticism Some of his iuipersomiKons are Mrs AViggs of tho Cabbage Pnleh Josiah Allen1 Shploek Saman tha Allen Enoch Ardon und chjuv actors from SienkicAviez Dickons and Barrio URGE SALE OF- LAMBS IS MADE J L Brown Sells 400 to W M Roub at 6t LambsSale Ever Made in Clark Mr J L Drown sold lo Mr W M Robb 100 lambs kt G1cemmts both taken June 15 undJnly 15 tht JThfe is one of the largest andfiflesfc lamjj sales eieivmafl in Clark county 7 ofr t t II r f t I Vf r t MAY VISIT i8EREA IN MAY President Frost Invited President Taft to Plant a Tree President Wm Goodell Frost of Berca was here Monday morning on his way homo from tho I3at Yr061 willibeidry to complete the four hundred thouasnd dollars endowment for the Lincoln Memorial School for colored people Mr Frost has been so pressed with duties pertaining to Beaea College proper that but little has been done in raising funds for several weeks While in Washington Mr Frost had an interview with President Taft and extended an invitation to the President to visit Kentucky memorial day May 30th It is possible that the President will como and plant a tree on the Lincoln farm The Taft family have been contributors to Be ron College for many years ILl1ERY IS MADE CUSTODIAN OF SITE Upon Which the Postoffice Building is to Be Erected and Ground Cleared Time Secretary of the Treasury has Peny1ustodianOf post office building isto bp erected iii this city The debris of time old church is on the ground and also the residence of Dr Shirley all of which must be removed before any thing Avill be done bx the Gbvcrnniout The Office and the FooL When a king creates an idence at once creates a big to T1 7 rLGOlberL S i WOODMEN TO HAVE SMOKER R it Twenty Applications For Membership Are Made at Last Meetingc of Order i That Winchester Camp NorWoodmen of the World has taken on new life was shown at their regular iheoting Saturday night at which four n hv candidates were initiated into the mysteries of the order twenty applications were made 1ndI membership The attendance was so large at this meeting it was seen that a much larger room would be needed at once and a committee was appointed t secure larger quarters It was als decided to hold a meeting every Friday night instead of the second Friday and tho fourth Saturday nights of each month as heretofore At the meeting next Friday night the work of organizing a Uniform Hank will be discussed and a large attendance is desired A smoker will be held after the meeting SENDING OUT I CENSUSBLANKSi County Superintendent Tanner Mail s ing Required Forms to School Trustees County Superintendent C A Tant gier was Monday mailing to the trusI tees of the county sehdols census blanks on whirl the trustees must take a census of the county school during time month of April Under the no- wifw requirmnOIlQfjp the trt n t s f Gtt- pr A Trf a r SIXTY THREE SUITS FILED t SINGE LAST TERM OF COURTs Daily 5000 From Louisville And Nashville Railroad Alleges Q IShels A White Woman And Was Compelled To Ride In Colored Coack About sixtythree suits have been IIthethe cases which will come up during sessionMrs issuing the L N Railroad alleging that she purchased a ticket at Elkin to come to Winches tel and that she is a white woman and that he conductor in charge of said train wrongfully and unlawfully compelled her to enter and ride in the coach set apart for colored people She says she suffered great hu milia lion and insults and asks damages in the sum of 5000eAgainst Street Car Companya Belton Owens in his suit against the Central Kentucky Traction Com pany alleges that a horse which he was driving in a funeral procession on December 6th last became frightened at a street car on Main street and owing to the negligence of the motorman the horse ran off throwing rim out of the surrey and seriously injuring his right hand and disabling him from using it for there months and asks damages for 1000 A Tobacco Deal Dr W Miller has filed suit against Willis Golden stating that he and Golden had entered into a contract a to raise a crop of tobacco on his place on Four Mile pike but that defendant failed to do so and that he was not aware of the fact until it was too late to plant his beds That he had to purchase the plants a thigh price andI that he did not get time until in too late to raise a good crop He says that he sold the crop for 600 und had Golden raised it it would have brought nearly 3000 He sues for the difference of his part in the crop at which iras soligaud what lie would actually have received and also damages to his mace which in all amounts to 1120 Mrs Susan G Anderson on the last day filed suit against T M Hampton to collect rent she alleges isI due her The total amount of the suit is 459164A Petition George Grey a colored man has written a petition and filed it as his own attorney The suit is against R Perry Many lawyers have read but have been unable to figure out seemspin St Paul Minnesota and had borrowed some money and that 1of the association sued him In some way R R Perry went his bond ItJappears from the petition that he suing Mr Perry for going on his bond MOTOR HOSE WAGON IS EXPECTED SOON Departoment May Be Here Monday Or Tuesday No doubt now remains in the minds of the firemen that they are tp have the motor hose wagon Word was whispered around this morning thatI it was sure to arrive either Monday or Tuesday and in any case not later than the middle of the week Councilman Hackett and Dinelli were also busy trying to rent a room near the engine house in which to keep it while it was being tried out It is thought best not to move the and team out yet as the hose wagon might not prove satisfactory and then they would be ou all the extra expense for fixing for it The wagon will be kept in the Sco bee forbthirty days or until the Couucilmen l arc satisfied that it will give and then it will be taken to engine house No arrangements yet have been made for the old wagon and team after time new one is installed but in all probability it will be sent to the north end and another engine house established Looks That Are Deceptive Dont trust the fellow who haa a vacant look in a poke Rame He sear erally has a full oiM PMladalphla Record f 7r1 d 1 y rt 1 i A TJ IMi J l- r1P a TilE WEATHER 1ioaara1y Fair TIlllilllt a MfMfcr CMMT Prtrtly TIV MARCH completed especially impossible VISITING battleship bargains DRILLING preparations Memorial Mrs Wants oldwagon satisfaction c EXONERATES i HER HUSBAND 1 Mrs Farmer Faced Death in the Eecr tric Chair Bravely and Calmly AUBURN N Y March M lS Farmer was executed at Q14 this without any sensational in She faced death bravely nd declared her husband IpuQ gt Auburn N Y March 29 irs Mary Farmer made a statement Which she believes will exonerate her husband who is also under sen tence of death for the same crime the murder of Mrs Sarah Brennan at Brownsville I of Mrs Farmer prepared the stater ment in the presence of a notary pub sic and Father Hickey her spiritual 0 adviser Father Hickey had told they condemned woman that if she could truthfully make any statement that would exonerate her husband she should do so Mrs Farmer replied that she had no desire to make any confession but that she would make statement concerning the case It MRS MARY FARMER was however at the suggestion of Mrs Farmer that the notary public was called in Facing death with the dawn the wretched woman showed no evidence collapse though the last words Between herself and husband separated their parting interview by heavy bars and an impenetrable screen were affecting to the two women attendants and the captain of the guard As the law does not permit It there was no farewell embrace when the time came for separation After the steel door of Mrs Far mers cell had closed and James Far mer weeping had been led away the woman fell upon her cot and cried for a few moments and then began to pray Her attendants did not tell her of the death chair in the next room Father J J Hickey pastor of tho Holy Family church visited Mrs Far mer Sunday and prayed with her Shuts Out Opium Washington March 29C After April 1 next neither opium nor mixture or compound containing or represent- Ing opium in any form can legally tie brought into the United States or any of its outlying possessions except for strictly medicinal purposes Carrying into effect at law passed at the last session of congress embodying this restriction the secretary of the treas ury Issued regulations in which it Is declared the term opium shall coverall of its forms Drownedt Vistula river has overflowed its banks and flooded 13 villages NearTDemblin In the province of Redom a dam col lapsed destroying nine miles ofVraII road and three villages and drowning 30 persons fjjPassenger Train Wrecked ff Atlanta ta March 29 A fcewtrar of Georgia passenger train from Ma con to Atlanta was wrecked at Eif ssenp4 gem were injured V i 1cWest t t By the explosion of the gamine reWr voir following the ditcfciBgfpf anijtu M tomobtle James Abrams wirqiited to Oath sari G C3co bMW l rL t f 1 i 3 i11 i fit cit ifM Vt I wai 4k5 tiv r r i t J 4 t 19 4e I v r l bItlLTWI r d k THEWICHESTERNEWS I TE WIICIESTER NEWS r J iMbfMndmt Nwvspapir I pUsh Jy V 1 TM Wineh ter News Co jfooorporat- edvicV38uthl Main Street Winchester Kentucky l Daily Ext Suncay t f EaUredta secondsclass matter WwlMr 38 1008 at the pwst office it Stmchwter Kentucky tinder the c kt of March 3 1879 uascRIT1OwRATES t Itt Carrier Delivery I tt QiPayable at fficir t to collector ivery week Mall Delivery 39 year X 300- J bc months 150 25IIiePayable rin advance f ADVERTISING RATES DlsplaYPer Inch 4Je tune any edition 2 r ffarjw times within one week 50 n week continuously LOn andar month 300 floor weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 1 80 pr weeks1two times a week 120 JuV 1JekEione tin6 a week 75 4 Tjie discounts3 months 10 pelj- t11 6 mQnths 25 per cent OD igNir 31PrCfltSi lleiidng Not cesper Line ItHUiees notices body type 7chuce reading news headings 15u r oth phones No91 t MONDAY MARCH29 1909 r T TBE COURT HOUSE l Theo der of the Fiscal Court Saturday authorizing Judge Evans toI J repairi ivarnish and put the court I house insifirst class condition is an k important one The court house is badly in need of these improvements f R ris almost impossible td keep it jj cleansin dts present condition r tiQIaris a rich and prosperous couniyjvand it can afford to spend uildtv t that the1 amount so spent will be s judiciously expended VyeVbeheve that public sentiment 4i1justiCy and support Judge Evans in nJakiriga liberal expenditure and Ninseeing that the courthouse is real shapet are made iand a goodS fire proof vault is iu I stalled we cab feel that we have a I court house that is really a credit to tlTe county t i BECO1EA HUSTLER t f tTJie campaign for new members for the Commercial Club is warming up strivingfce lUtJiOfld stick pin An- dtrespones so far receivedare Ivery encouraging 1The Comm fc nr QluBistlie center I Of the pushinglif for our city It is 4he bodjj that originates things that has its eyeaUvjays ounew ventures for Winchester It goes out after 0ej ry new enterprise that can add I1o t14bush4sJifcof the city Do not hesitate when approached Let the solicitor pin on a blue button Becoe one of the Hustlers for a Greater Winchester j 4 JKR SEWERAGE SYSTEM c J l itThe old bond issue for sewers seems to be dead There was some S question of their legality Whether they were legalor not the city is well out of tile last bargain Nowizjas JRrcbetter Capital is in die itharket for bonds Maysville oldsclipj5lkbronds Paris sold bQnd- sdJiertowns pf Central Kentucky hif d doife fho same f And all of themr KayeVinadeTtne sates atpar or better t 7Jft r rov ing toh vc a Sev- crsSudt we need it badly it is twi9ihR 6 preliminary steps be taken r Jto secuie i new issue of bonds We 4COflfljtj matter to Mayor Hugh pc and the4pnciL t 11 I t y LEttERS FROM ALL old IA 1 Nof openLe say lld5antitosayitwrltetot11eedi- l U kr I 1 s JIP1 utt i httuerne keWitkoI4pznot fe l d J Kt j I I ri Ily publish it All lie asks is that yQ give him your nme as an evidQ c of good ftlithTI n m9 vill be used or not asjoih please You do not ahvays approve of the io1rcrof tPl5 Revsr Foiir cnn say so in these columns if you wislff You think nnrfivili improvements ofTrtiilMln noadejin mil cityor cpunty JwitorW- rthtspap r about it JLWe alre publishing a pnpertfpij tlii a community We want to rehGh alt sides of it We want toJmprcfvc cor f t j t de lt1i tQ get at iuktf whfttjbur ad want j How canwc do this unless vo lici ftom you SKX ACCOMPLICES Mercer County Officials on Trail of More Kidnapers fiercer Pa March 29Alter a week intense with excitement James H BOyle and Mrs Boyle hive had one day of rest It was thorotfgWy appreciated by r them and while the woman spent the Tater part of the himjsmoking Tie gave the sheriff money with which he purchased a quantity of tobacco and those were dealt out to him at breakfast dinner and sup per Mr McDermott the retired fireman of GhicagOi id not come here to see the womaayShg laijsipes answers the description of his missing daughter Anna It is the opinion here that there aTe three more accomplices to be arrested aDdi that efforts have been begun to locate them in this countY as wen as in OhiO Dis trict Attorney jM Llningeri when seen said he had no information lie could afford to give Out on thft pojnf at present Former Judge Samuel H Millei probably will defend Boyle when his ease comes to trial Boyle has opened negotiations to retain Mr MUle Ab yet his woman companion has secured no counsel to defend her On the trip from P1ttsbujthE woman made a escape from the train moving at the rate of 30 miles an hour qut was stoDped by brakoman MUCH PLOWING DONE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY MT STERLING Ky March 29 Considerable plowing was lone it Montgomery county last week and farmers hustjal i3dbrii ground Lit t soil is in good woJlt and if this week is a favorable one ground will be gotten iu shape for corn plant ing Gardens were broken nIl ovei the city and county and potatoes and onions put in rapidly Tobacco bcd are ding well hud pjants sown early are beginning to show All beds han beeii sown A small amount of oats has beeu sown but most of the fanners arc waiting until a little later Hemp blinking continue breakers gettin 110 to 121Q pounds When t and rye arc Qpnig iyily fairly well and the crop in the county taken as an average offiffil =to what is was last year ps refilijing ut400 and 425 pibhre1 and there is not an extra larj e mrvomit for sale at that pricb Young ielovbrlsnofc in the best of timelPasturesBdmaiulfor grass is greater than fpr and it loolns if farmers tiavobrokeii too much soil in their eagerness to raise tobacco As a result must of them are going to be ovcrsjtockqd with Battle and grazing prices the cgii1 t be so high that the price xchlizcfl when stuff is fat after dodncting what the stock cot will not libt TIUICJJ if any profit Most of the cattle men purchased higher thatIu market justified Lambs rjftJcg6lHflgretcadily sit fiom 5 cents to P3wit1 25 cent per pound being paM for clean wool and 20 bursJPThis is alfJ lTe rice than last year W 1lr4pf this city has purchased ijaoni ipidO flcecoe believing the prices vill advance to 30 iIogJi irliJjgIrnnFsell readily OPERArToNOrfMRSC H B RYlANNECESSARY Pevii8one Brbke and ether Se 3Xvcre jn t Accident 1 LEXJNGTONr Ky Karoii 29 Mrs Charles Borryman was removed to St Josephs sHo pital yftstrday afthippoiiakiftvc ocjook and tos re ported to be in a serious nfiitioii It developed in the examination that tilE pelvic bon wasbroken and that there aret otUon injuries of a severe character An operation will be per formed h9Jope of nile viating her sl1fforiIg and to make re covery sure Mrs Bcri inait wa s ticliuAikP p1ini Tlie t1oIPi htfal n 1 t j t SENDS TROOPS r AFTER CRAVES ipyer jr Baskelt iias Up rI risifigroii Hands t t cftiis St IS CAPTURED til Is St WJup by Neck Until He Dis IiicloSeS Whereabouts of Crazy Snake and His Band of Creek Folloyersr Trouble Started Last Thursday and Has Already Resulted rn Death of Six Men and Wounding of Many Others Oklahoma City Okla March 29 Pire companies of Oklahoma militia are marching against Crazy Snakes band of Creek Indians halfbreeds and negroes entrenched in the Hick ory Hiila seven miles from Henry sUa A bloody battle is regarded as in ritable the heavily armed troops havtpg set out either to capture or exterminate the murderous band which since Thursday has caused the death of six men the wounding of ninny more and brought about a con dition ot terror in ifenryetta Pierce and all the surrounding country Crazy Snakes men number about 200 all armed with modem rUles antI plentifully supplied with ammunition They had been preparing for this for two months their final stand against lawful authority They defiantly sent out word that they would flait to the death Of course there cnnv fta only one outcome to the clash butit is ertain to be a murderous affair 86 tlie mili tiamens officers have declared tuey will shpot to kill from the first Craay Snake is in personal colA mands This was established by the testimony choked out of his college bred son by means of a new inefey rope Young Harjo was strung up by the determined deputies until nearly dead Then he gasped out that hW lather was in command named the Indian who killed the deputies told the officials how to trail the band and did everything which a stoical rod man is supposed to do when in the hands of his eneniids This first real Indian uprising of years has held this portion of he ter ritory on edge for three days past It has been plotted and prepared for two UKHiths It broke out IseC Thorsdivyj wheu some ddeputy sheriffs went to Henryetta to arrest some negro cattle thieves They were fired on by negro and halfbreed friends of the crimi nalsand forded to beat a hasty retreat A few hours later they return ed with additional forces and were fired on by the band then augmented by a number of Crnatf Snakes Inj diana In this tight thre were killed and five wounded according to the official reports although it is thought mfttry more Indians were wounded as scores of shots wore fired t close quarters This clash resulted in 41 arrests Meanwhile Crazy Snakes followers determined lupon an aggressive cam paign The chiefs plans had to beI prematurely sprung on account of the unexpected raid of the deputies on Herivydjtta Deputies fanned the flame luy ntinttug strenuously for the lead rtt and Crazy Snake forced to the wall determined to strike a hard Wbwih an effort io escape S nigfit part of his band was turdllfI cover by deputies in a search for the leaders of the fight Marshal Baur of Checotah and Deputy Odom of Eu faulapaid their lives as a price They were shot down according to Crazy Snakes son by Charles Joker a Semiuole Indian This event aroused the state authorities Governor Hns tell ordered out the militia and the word was passed out that the must be captured or killed antlI Not till Sunday did the people Heuryetta realize die serious tion Thieatened by raids by some Crazpr Snakes men they otI armed paTrolled the roads leading the town sent to surrounding towns for arms and ammunition and app a1t1 to Governor Haskell to hurry the ijiilitia to the scene Not till the soldiers arrived was the peoples ap prehension relieved Then the Indian bands scurried away to avoid n clash Llwith the military preferring to cast Ueir lot with the larger band entrenched under Crazy Snakes corif mand on Hickory lulls andtake part in the larger light which was regard od at that ime asj Inevitable ARt PRlmVC RACE SDakevln4i9ins Have Never Forsaken borlglnal Customs QJdajipnia jCityiOkla4 March 29 qiz K rSll uwhosexname is Qhittl Harjo and whose English Ufvme is W Ps n Jo isthg Deader of Snake Raud1f Cek Indians baud unnblo to speak En gush have never turned their faces from the old days and the old cus toms They are as primitive as the- ilieyeinias or the Sioux They were opposed to the division Of their lands by the federal government and re fused to take their allotments Un able t6 escape the change they per sistently reistedthe taxation of their property They relied implicitly upon tli6 old treaty of liSS under winch thl came west of the Mississippi fiYer Crazy Snake 6r flarjo has pleaded t v fcf many vith the county olflcittjs forth restitution of What hebel1evod of himself and h- istr14ibIo instance of big efforts in l ciof his band was made at Tiitea Ot on Nov 23 f906 whar he a utn jxd a committee of United Stie senators that was ia vestigatiag matters connected with 4flkfr8 in tfc e1 Indian Territory I am hero and stand before you today my fathers eloquently ulead od Crazy Snake as a man of misery I am here appealing to you to have the laws carried outIHe recounted the loyalty and a11eI glance of himself and his followers to tile federal government in the civil war He saul that the Indiana were not concerned in tho question of ne- gro slavery and that none of their trealks was Involved yet becuuad of the sacred compact with the federal government he joined with the latter against the enemies I left plY home and my country and everything I had and went roll ing on toward the federal army said the chief with emotion I left my laws and my sworn ment I left my people and my country and ny hjpme I left everything and went with the federal army for my father in Washmgton I left them all in order to stand by my treaties I never agreed to the exchanging of lands and I nev r agreed to the allotting of my lands I and my people great masses of them are unen lightened and uneducated I am no ttfying you of those things because your government officials have told me and my people tliat they would take care of myrelatlous1with the government and I thiak they ought to be taking care of thorn as they prom ised The great father snjd that if any one trespassed on my rights or questioned them to let him know and he woald take care of them and pro tect thorn I always thought that thisI would be done I believe yet it will be done BELIEVES THAT HE vJ- CHARLIE ROSS Says His Body Marks Prove He Is Kidnaped Lad burg Pa March 29 William Grant By ester of Me Kees Rocks a suburb formerly a coal miner at ShAmOkm now a brakeman on the PIttbuife 4 Bake railroad announces that litt believes he is the Charlie xBpctu Icidii dfrem v Germantpwi Pa 36 yeai ago1 and never recor ered He said he learned early in life that he was not the child of his supposed parent and hKt many things they did led rhim to believe that he was Charlie Ross He said he tallies in every rospect with tho description otKCharlia ovbn tO moles on his body MernQx1es of his early homo he said agree with tloscrUptions of the Ross homes Ills foster parents who lived at Shamokln aro dead and he has noI evidence of his identity and is not making any effort to prove his claim with the families in the case because of the notoriety it would give him Ministerial Changes Announced Columbus 0 March 29 Announcement was made here that Rov John H Bickford would leave the Wesley E church of Columbus to become pastor of the Epworth M 35 church at Toledo and that he would be succeeded here by Rev W F Wharton of thu Smithfield Street M E churdi at Plttsburg Rev W B Armington of the Toledo church will succeed Rov Mr Wharton at Pitts burg City Auditor Dles Suddenly Newark 0 March 29 Frank T Mnuratlv city auditor died suddenly here He liad been sick but was not condoHon i I MURDERER ENDS LIFE Confessed Slayer of New York Hotel Clerk Strangles Himself I New YoVkMttrch 2DJames Van go a young negro who after his ar rest in phicago confessed that ho had murdered Isadore De Valiant night clerk in the Eastern hotel heteIrpr the purpose of robbery strangled himself in bin cell in Tombs prison Lashed to Tiny Craft Atlantic City N J March 2ICoast guards from Shark river sta tion who rushed soaward to reach an overturned skifffloating at the mOth 9flSh Tkjiv r near Long Branch found ICarl Anderson and Otto peter- son two Seabright fishermen lasted to the tiny craft Their beat turned turtlQkundir the shjaek of a h a1 Y oa b rae fastened theinseives to the lipttorn Dies In ChOrch at Praycrf Sandusky O March 29G1 stave Gremmhiger 69 died of heart failure while attending mass at St church MarysI efifed o lie In usual health be entereS the clnTrch but a few mo mont slater was stricken while kneel in 1fl4raxer Will 3o Into the Gutter Belief dntSihe6 March 29May r jlven Iros Tttleavthat hereafter no liq uor taken fronj parties who appear in his court after visits to wet territory will be ttttfitedr Tbe liquor will bs poured Into the gutter by thj police f I- EXPERIMENTS MADE IN CORN cut TURE Mrl C Rose on Ecton Pike Try ing Out Seed FurnIshedt By Gaxernment AI jrr L CBosc at his farm on tiha- Ecton rikiIlll ptrimcnt in the juo duclion of jjoni this season The Government furnishes Uiesaed andlt is eiiltiyaled uuder spleeific instruc tions td tliovGoCcvuiiienl bajys the polree atlin ath5aiit c 6f Uic nnrkct t A2price The purpose of the Agricultural Department is to iiuproVe the ximility of seed corn TheVct is a department devoted to this special vorlc iwo FAIL TO TAKE THEt ALLOTMENT Recent Newspaper Reports Were Exaggerated Says Executive Committee The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco out to u rowspnperrcpresentative the following concerning the alleged difficulties with the independent man ufacturers The coinrtiittae feels tlitfti injustice has been done the independent manu aoturers as a body in rocbnt jiews paper reports concerning thofAihirc of independents to take tobacco al lotted b them in the niirnlinfin made by independents from the Burley tobacco Society It is due to the inde pendents as a body and to the public that it be made known that only two have foiled to receive their allotment To one of the two was allotted tent per cent of the amount sold to the independents and to the other wa allotted only one per cent by the in dependent purchase s that only n small part of the entire amount sold ta the independents is affected There is no failure or irregularity with any independents except those two American First to Buy TJie American Tobacco Company bought 75 per cent of the pooled to bacco and bought it first and this tobacco first to be delivered It js Y icceitiy2i1ie hY 91y j the American Tobco giapjMly it well under way Unit the independent have been pressed to take their to bacco Mr Hugh Campbell of Richmond Vn president of the Independent Manufacturers Aa oTUion was iu Winchester Wednesdivy and in con fercucc with the c Committee of tine Burley Tobacco Society Afr Campbell expressed himself as pleased with his dealings with tho society Big Sums Paid Out ITor the week cutting March 12 the Winchester office paid out lOU OOO for the twenty days ending Miirbh 12 it paid out 2655000 Up to March 12 the office had billed out 80480 hogsheads of the 1107 tobacco and 13500 hogsheads of the 1900 crop All the tobacco in both crops will be delivered at an early late RANKIN ARRANGING FOR CORr GROViNG CONTfST ELKMINGSBUKG Ky March 2J Coipniissioncr of Agriculture M C Rankin has arranged for a corn growing contest which is to be con duoted as follows Ho has olected ten counties in this State to make this oontost itlFlem hug county being one of the ten and in ouch of these counties in connection with the County SiiperhijLolideiit of Schools of that county ho will select ten farmers boys to make the con test in that county Tha hays how over will be selected entirely frohr school students Comniiiisioner Raukiii will then send to each county about one bush el of biseed corn to be distributed among the contestants all Uie corn that each contestant raises to be hip own5kffopt ten aitlntclt1s to 1i4 used nlxtffflI irrnr ccrolest with the tith nWcifutstti5its fJ Din t county and the winner will then be awarded 0 prize of 10 The qpnijuapd in this opunty contest Fitli Ujfti other nine counties which XJonJnissioner Rankiij has selected nil of ihcse samples thgDup priIseed corn and seepnd tivation and Commissioner Rankin soys that he bejievea that the yield of corn poi acre could be snore than doubled if the farmers of Kentucky vould use the proper care ih the se lection of their seedcorn aud after Jttd i the nullhatiqtiof t qoin- ciy j it t1b r I s r J rOr v7 n I mAwI HAMMONDS- HANDYITLAS OF THE rWQRLD 4 J l JZZW Jii = FRE 13 YITH THE NEW YORK TBUNE FARMER m HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is the most complete book in ti compact publishedIt maps with data up to the minute Historical sketches of our Presidents from George Washington to William H Taft Articles aud illustrations on the Panama Canal etc etc You Need ItSo D6YoirSaas and Daughters Friends anil Neighbors Tell Thsm Abut It Send one Subscrip tionto THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER at our regular price of 51 00 per year and we willsend you HAMMONDS HAN- DYATLAS OF THE WORLD FREE postage prepaid J most read Do Now Is r nyigFaja tfrtyQ fiSiy s JWt 6 t I THE ugricnltunil contains iLtutE ZAILET unexcelled VSmead Not D1ayOrdcr Our Supply Limited FAPMFPVY154 Nassau Street York City VLr1PtlNitprc5 SD6DFrVPrcs that Jwve right time oIfIIlil4t I 365 THE OLDEST BANK IN THE of and on All Points m l H l ifi fwJr r11ifIftr This bank began business loss three years jnst the the the hard times there Jja bcpa i steady growth fro tilE start ill number the volume business We new names every week want yours You are cordially invited open account with Per sonal all business Cashier l BROWN Vice ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution the county the Winchester Roller not use home flour the best made Kerr and Write Pearl flour has m eQual DEAT3 Iri BiG POND wits a thrilling Mrs Ida Soper face dentin intense suffering she writes several times nearly caused nay All failed said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New brought quick relief and nI cure so permanent that I have not been troubled twelve years Mrs Sopor lives Big Pond Pa works wonders Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages La Grippe Astlntfa Group and all Bronchial affections DOC and 100 Trial bottle free Gu ran teed by Phillips Drug One Worthy The brightest spot in along and Intimate with the telephone that once some one called the roRn b mistake iiToiinmb 1 I f NEWYORIC TRIBUNE FARMER is the practical and holpful i11ustr tel jwrpe- rpublished Every up totlate farmer should it It tha MOST ItS tEPOltrS Special lprltes votodtb oliclibrouoh of fuLmitUllUtIy Our VETBiiiNAity DK partment is veterinary mrgeoii in America Cost of Subscription 100 New 5 ut11lll L TO HAVE YOUR BY EASTER YOU HAD BETTER IT TO US AT ONCE Then we can give your work the same careful attention as our iuvairable rule So cllisy9ur now in order we can jt ready and for you in J SGOTT T l t cis I 0 HTCh AsstCashlcA I ClarK County Natl BanK- 1AU1R BEING CITY Accounts Merchants Farmers Traders Solicited Collections Made CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35OOOOOO fU 3tfr lIau 12 Ptoples State Bank 100000 than ago in beginning of financial depros ion Notwithstanding the ofour depositors and in otour enroll We to an us attenion to J M HCDGKIN J President L B COCKRELL President WINCHESTER in is ll1IsThIy perfection NEAR It espcri0noe to to Fo- rycpavorelnng 1fotib1gatQ me ttandI remedies anidoctors Discovery in in It in Whooping Cough Company Rerhembrancei experience Is up bIamtWToritWsiato are dp is CARRIAGE REPAIRED SEND se GARHIACJB STROTHER CUPTI5eS1iicr CAP2TA1L Its Your Business to have tho best modern Plumbing installed in your premises Its Our Business to do jusb this very kind of Plumbing andwe dot Its Your Business to employ whom you please to do your Plumbing Our Business IIts ask for your order and trade andwe do Phone 162 GRANT WITT 8 co 30 North faim IsolsCRI QLTF NEWS t Ico T J r r j ry Jit iyter i f if irf t ry f 1 T1iriiIpWE KNfOVV That always taken out and never puttini in soon rtens a long purse But as an argument in favor of your wallet thatsnot- f the argument thats set forth by always trading With atnd on the thirty day basis You wont have to take it all out at onetime j m SEE THE POINTm HBOWEIM jiSOCIETYr Aiii r Impersonator Yr Gilbert Atlee Eldridge Imper r WednesdaydMarch 31 under the aupsices of the JLadie Aid Society of the Christian church Mr Eldridge tomes highly TticdmmBnded and presents a wide ly taried artistic and popular repertoire of costumed in interpretations a JtighOTder changing quickly from humorous to pathetic and from dra aufcc to sentimental representations y LectureRecital ThctLadie8 Home Missionary So aiftyof the ME church South TftUipreseot for the first time to a KentuckyrWcflleyan Lecture Recital Male Q rtCompany at the courthouse Tuldsay evening April 6 This will bje Jone of the few remaining times that our people will have of hearing President Taylor should he decide to leave the city A crowd ed house should greet him not only for what be is and has been to Winchester but for what he can do as a lecturer receivingaowyt mblemention from the different places where it has appear ed Already it is receiving calls for more engagements than can be i ItdIhe entertainment consists of a lecture by Pres Taylor read leclioDstiythe HainesQlover aadA J Rosser is doing splendid work The of the lecture recit al win be devoted to charitable pur Itygivenrw ali cause by good people lJ Two Views of Marriage 1 Two Views of Marriage was centuryMarriedread the lines as they are written single ones are to read the first secondaThat man must lead a happy life Whog freed from matrimonial chains i wifecjAdam could find no solid place When Lye was given for a mate Jeweler r and Optician l ITntilhe saw a womans face Adam was in a hapry state In female faces doth appear Hypocrisy deceit and pride Truth darling of a heart sincere Neer known in woman to reside What tongue is able fourfold The falsehood thatin woman dwells The worth in women we behold Is almost imperceptible Cursed be the foolish man I say Who changes from his singleness Who will not yield to Womans sway Is sure of perfect blessednessAuthor ReadersILittle Cplonel The Little Colonel Readers a most delightful erertainment in the form of an amateur peformance- of U An Imitation Sweetheart on Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss Julia Gaitskill on Lexington avenueThe house is nicely arranged for an enertainmerit of this kind The drawing room curtains were drawn and the audience was seated in chairs in the hall Between acts Miss Ida Walden rendered souls very attractive and catchy selections The play was quite a success and the young ladies realized a neat little sum which will be used for charitable purposes After the performance the girls had their regular program and a de licious luncheon was served Cooking Club r Miss Catherine Hughes had the Cooking Club meet with her on Saturday afternoon Games were indulged in until a late hour when the guests repaired to the dining room and the lunch they had pre pared was served in buffet fash ion Those present were Misses Marie and Gertrude Bloomfield Vir ginia Baldwin Mary Frances OgI den Dorothy Porter Elizabeth Stewart Ora Gaines Allen Kathleen Earp Mayme Scrivener Rosa lind Stevenson Fannie Combs Scott and Elizabeth Beckner Sewing Party Mrs V W Bush entertained on Saturday afternoon with a delightful sewing party at the home of her mother Mrs John Reese on DONT FAIL TO SEE US 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 and see for yourself that we can save you money f As we have warned you before don be mis t1edby cheaper and inferior grades j Both Phones No 40 t I Bring us your Eggs wewillv rtle highest market price i RWRounsavall O Go SOLE AGENTS FirileU Port Foot Chase SSanberrfs Coffees Inylers Giddies Prices Lard and SnQsate L eis X i 1 t r 1155- South Maple street T he attractive home was lavishly decorated with jonquils and yellow narcissus and these tint of Springs arrivals were artistically arranged in old fash ioned silver pitchers and low sil ver bowls During the afternoon a most tempting luncheon was served to the twenty guests The needlework was very generally laid aside and the time taken ap in reviving uthe lost art of conversation I I PERSONALS Mrs B I Adcock and two chili drenof Paris are the guests of Mr and MrsJ M Woodward Mr J Taylor Day and Mr Charles Hurt of Hazel Green are in town on business Mr J C Rogers of Lousville was in town Saturday Miss Jane Gaitskill and little Miss Rebecca Boswell are in Ow ingsyille the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Hampton Mrs Charles Duty of Mt Ster ling was in town Saturday Mr James S Winn was in Cin cinnati Friday on business Mr and David C Hunter of Lexington were the weekend guests Dr and Mrs R C Hunter Mrs Gleamore Combs and Miss Ethel Combs were in Lexington Saturdaye Miss Susan Buckner will entertain at Bridge Tuesday night in honor of Miss Brown of Boston who is the guest of Mrs Ed Clark Mr Charles Ramsey was in Lex ington Saturday Rev Wyatt was in Lexington SaturdayMr Mrs Clarence Boswell returned Monday from a visit lo Mr and Mrs J B Hampton in OwingsvilleMr Davis of Paris was the guests of friends here Sunday Mr Levi Thomson who is at tending school at Berea spent Sunday here with his parents MlBi andMrs Dave Thomson Mr O D Hoskins was in Lexing ton Monday on business Drs Willis and Einnaird of Lex inglon were here Monday to see Mr Harvey Rogers whose condition it alarming Mr James Phillips chartered alj garng1Sundayball game at Lexington After mans thrilling experiences they finalh reached their destination and on ac count of the inclemency of the weather were compelled to return over the C and 0 fit OPERA HOUSE The Cry Baby But few actors on the stage today can boast of as large a variety of talents as are possessed by Carlton Guy the wellknown young comedian who comes to the opera house Mon day night as the star of The Cry Baby the new comedy drama which was written especially for him In addition to being one of the cleverest character portrayers before the pub lie Mr Guy is an artist whose pen and ink sketches and water color drawing are to be found in many of the public galleries a writer of short stories and plays a chemist of no mean ability and a horseman and allaround athlete Mr Guy how ever does not boast of any of these things When one enters into con versation with him his pet hobby is readily divulged if one but mentions farming Mr Guy is the owner of a large farm the pride of which is his apple garden Asa grower of apples he rivals James Zion tin apple king who is also the Inde pendence party candidate for gover nor of Indiana Specimens from Mr Guys orchards have been awarded prizes at the State Fairs jn Kentucky Indiana Pennsylvania Ohio Illinois and Missouri As soon as the theatrical season is ended Mr Guy hues himself off to his farm where he spends t111entire hard at work theatrical plans for the next season entirely to his managerC W Mercer UNCALLED FOR LETTERS r Alexander Hirman Anderson Mrs Lane Barnett Milton- Cunningham A Frank Gus Hampton T S Kirk Mose Kratzer Mary- MoiiceyMiss Lizzie Pace Rev Thomas Simons Miss Myrtb k Williams Anderson f rtWhite Ed White Will Sy R R PERRY Postmaster THE HEWS tef nan KlityMrv r l 1ir- to f s 1 UNION TO BLAME OPERATORS SAY Issue Statement Relative to Anthracite Trouble COMi1SSts IfiNORED Claim 11hat Constitution Has Net Been Revised In Accordance With Recommendations of Men Appointed In 1902 by President Roosevelt to Adjust Dispute Also That Bitu minous Operators 4Can Advance Wages Through Anthracite Strike New York March 29xrhe anthracite coal operators who have refused to recognize tne United Mine Work ers of America as an organization officially representative of the mining employes have issued a statement setting forth their attitude on the present issue The statement follows In regard to the question of recognition of the miners union the following statement Is Issued on behalf of the operators committee of seven When the demand is made that the anthracite operators shall enter Into a contract with the United Mme Workers of America it is pertinent to ask what has been done by this or ganization either as a whole or in the anthracite region to carry out the plan proposed by the strike commission of 1902 The commission appointed by the president of the United States considered thoroughly the constitution and character of the union and expressed their opinions about it with complete franknes The commission said distinctly that the constitution of the United Mine Workers of America was not such as to encourage the operators to make a contract with it and with cer tain changes that might make satis factory trade agreements possible wefe recommended to the mine work rers During the six years elapsed since the commission did its wqrk the mine workersihawe taken no steps tocarryout these recommendations On pages 6068 ot its official re port the commission decided against the demand for a contract between the operators and the union and gave at length its seasons therefo t crit Icised various features of they organ ization and said The present constitution of the United Mine Workers of America does not present the most nvitlng inducements to the operators to enter into contractual relations with it Following this statement the com uission made definite suggestions one of which was that a separate an thracite department would remoVe some of the serious objections then existing Other practical suggestions were made The mine Workers have made no move to adopt any of them By not doing so they have failed to do their part in carrying out the object of the strike commission to establish the relations between employers and wage workers in the anthracite fields ona just and permaJintbasis utmosttothe letter of the commissions award pot only In respect to the direct rec genrhfvantage of the latent Inventions for the protection of life have improved ventilation and drainage and have sincerely endeavored to make work Ing conditions better both inside and outside the mines In 1906 the mine workers renewed their demand for a contract with the operators In reply the operators quoted the strike commissions report calling attention to the criticism of the constitution and the practices of the and other objections found by the strike commission to such an agreement said the operators com mission in reply to the mine workers committee in X906 exist today It is possible for an organization control ling the bituminous and anthracite miners so to shape its course that the bituminous operators can increase wages and recoup themselves by an advance in price through a strike in the anthracite mines Again in 1909the suggestions made by the strike commission are still disregarded None of the reforms which it proposed to the mine worker has been put into effect A com plete answer to the demand for recognition of the United Mine Workers is that the strike commission composed of fairminded and capable men tit elded against It and that the reasons which they gave for their decision dfifSfnow as they existed six and three years ago It will be an ill day for our Industries when the entire supply of coal in the country anthra cite and bituminous is put into the power of any organization to do what It will in withholding or curtailing our fuel supply Rounding Up Swindlers Chicago March 29Agan of tam directory magazine and com mercial guide advertising swindlers is wing rounded up here by private de JftiVY employed by the United hates Directory Publishers associa tion The gang is said to have swim ferGi aatif JIIl rIii other Itcoat of 10010 duriitc ilie peat Tears silo t f tJ t I f r tt TAFT m DEMAND j Prasiderit is Deluged With Invitation to Visit Communities Washington March 29 President Taft is being fairly smothered by in vitttlons for Tlslts and speeches in every part of the country curing the coming summer The president la unable to say at this time just what his plans for the summer will be His first thought upon entering office was to spend the Bummer months in travel making long tour of the western and Pacific states with a side trip by steamer to Alaska one portion of the United States territory upon which he has not yet set foot But the western frlpis hed in abeyance by numerous reasons a paramount one being the matter of expense To Mrs Taft has fallen the task of selecting a summer home for the presidents family So far the only place considered is Manchesterby the Sea a resort near Boston Mr Taft is makingno speaking en gagements at this time because of the doubt as to the length of time COIV gress will remain in session Famous Physician Dead Cincinnati 0 March 29Dr PSConner one of the most prominent physicians and surgeons in this city and known to the medical profession throughout the United States died suddenly from an attack of heart die ease He was born at Westchester Pa In 1859 He had served as presi dent of the American Surgical association of the American Academy of Medicine and of the Ohio State Med ical society Before coming to Cincinnati he served as professor of surgery in the Dartmouth medical school at Hanover N H No Interest In Castro London March 29The report that the British government has been in quiring concerning the intention of Cipriano Castro the former president of Venezuela to land at Port of Spain Trinidad is not true The foreign office at present shows no active in terest in the movements of Castro It prefers to await developments JOHNSON IMPATIENT Says Jeffries Must Hurry or He Will Take on Corbett Chicago Ma lr29Unless Janice J Jeffries gives Jack Johnson a definite answer as to whether be will fight in ten days the negro champion will give James J Corbett a chance for a bout This announcement was made here during a conference be tween Johnson and Corbett There was no haggling over terms Between Corbett and Johnson the only financial end introduced being the display by Johnson of a cable gram from a Melbourne Australia syndicate asking them to fight the night before the Melbourn cup day in November Wrote His Own Obituary New York March 29After carefully preparing a long obituary notice and handing It in at the office of the Herald for submission to the city edi tor Aquilla Chase a son of the late General Daniel Chase and a cousin of Salmon P Chase secretary of the treasury under President Lincoln stepped out into crowded Broadway at Herald quare and shot himself in the heart He died in a few minutes Chase was 60 years old and had been ill and despondent for some time i Valuable Documents Destroyed Mexico City March 29Valuable documents were destroyed by the recent fire that spread from the assem bly room of the c amberof deputies to the vaults near by Investigation shows that the original constitution of 1811 signed at Chilpancingo the act of independence of 1821 when Eturblde entered Mexico and the con stitutions of 1824 and 1867 were burned Clubhouse turns Newark N J March 29The Bal tusrol Golf clubhouse three miles from Summit was burned to the ground half a dozen Club members and the servants escaping scantily clad The Baltusrol golf links have been the scene of many famous matches The clubhouse cost some thing like 100000 Found Dead in Woods Masslllon 0 March 29James Appleby 66 a prominent official in the coal miners organization was found dead in a lonely woods Heart disease is given as the cause Newspaper Suspends Chardon 0 March 29The Geau ga Printing company announced the suspension of the Middlefield Times at Middlefield The paper was estab fished in 1886 THE MEAT OF IT Four Greeks were asphyxiated at a West Side boarding house at Chicago Miss Allen Gladys Emery daughter of Archdeacon Emery of the diocese of California and Gunjiro Aoki a Japanese were married at Seattle RHuh Students at the University of Fort Worth Tex waylaid Professor WIlt- s y on the campus and relieved him of his long beard Mrs John Lynch of Des Moines la killed her two children and herself while despondent as the result of con tinued illhealth Tow men were killed in an explo shin at the plant of the Illinois Steel cempaxy at Joliet Ill The Serviam cabinet has accepted the jealgnatlbn of PrlBce Gor e as crowa urisce 1 t i fi v rj1 I t t r fo4f T J t m 41 a 1 l r t1 Mf V t d wt 1 7 i t j J a OT i T t 3t0 t i LI r ARTIS TURNBULL Easter is Nearly Here We have prepared liberally even lavishly ofall that is newest and best in the way of EAfRER WEAR THINGS CHARMING NEW SUITS The Very Latest in Dress Goods and Silks COME AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE i V ARTIS TURNBULL and variety represent claim the and consideration of all- FURNITURE BUYERS Buying as we dq in large quantities we are able to quote the very lowest prices con sistent with fine quality The Winn Co We Give S I H Green Trading Stamps U ITo attentiqnI YOU MAY NOT NEED COAL mIYAtto have a good supply in your cellar Besides Easter ia about the cheapest time in the year in which to buy coaL and as it doe spoil you might as well make the baying any way Think it overIOUR BRANDS INMAN M6UNTAW JaUCO YEllIW JACKET JWHITE HOUSE JR Madii Coal atSipWy CIA IMerchant Tailor THES ELEGANCE presentstock Furniture the People of Winchester and Surroundings IHaving opened a merchant tailor department with a Ifnllline of foreign and domestic woolens over jMH Keys store Would be pleased to have you call and loch my stock over All work guaranteed fit or io sale JOHN AM- erchantGi TaibrTi i 1 J r1 I i fo lfi Wt F J 1y 7TTT 7 IiTp SI 7j I f 111 tEt 4 0 I Ia FlM tTHE WINCHESTER NESf ic 4 II 117elb e INrlNIr I YAPrFYBRANDWIIITUlCK i dZUTR TiON I Y A riJIqHT I7 Y 5 Ant if that were not enough iki oninexorably withthat4 yer She spoke the word female as if it 6 conveyed some distinct Idea of reIproach She was probing another chop anIg j the Valter to teU the cook that sbatewas accustoaed lo drink her coffee hot t And now Morley Vernon listen to 4 teihVarteruIf you have any spark of honor j 1cft1n you yOu will undo what youjini PoII am down here to see that it is done We go to the State House after break fasfand these ladies will assist me in laying before each member of the sentI matter hi its true and exj i act light As for our right paused and looked at him fixedly sheI JforQ jrights I think we are perfect y capable Pf preserving them Her look put that question beyond i all 1Ispute And now he resume you would better take a little breakfast t yourself you look as if ypu needed i strength vx Vernpn rose He stood for an in staht looking at Amelia but she Iglanced at him only casually UI suppose Amelia I shall see you 2 later in the morning grrrejoining your companion She was f qutfiaIry and lifted her coffeecup with one little finger quirked up high er than he had ever seen It before He went back to where Miss Greene sat and where his breakfast lay c seaiinghi4 I sholdmagtneosaId MIr s Qreenel She was just touching her napkin to 7 Yopushedthe table i VI J9tir lardonjhe star rn reJgetting up himself Ill see you after brehkf ant ftJ t Miss Greene bowed Then she left f therdi g room y CHAPTER XIII I t Morley Vernon came out of the din cangfromthat he had worn when he went in His breakfast after so many vi- cIssitudes was sure to be a failure though John striving against fate had tried to restore the repast to its orig inal excellence by replacing each dish onicheerfulnessi too but the cheer was hollow for his experience of men and of breakfasts must have taught him 01that such disasters can never be re pat Vernon4 however had heafer things on his mind In his new position as knighterrant of Illinois womankind be had looked forward to this day as the one of triumph now at its begin ning he found himself with two of fended wpmen on his hands and two hopelessly irreconcilable mistresses toWserve He began to see that the lot ol constructive statesman is trying he would never criticise leaders again The of the hotel was filling rafjlynnd iii J with their hafPstill damp from the morning combing were passing into the breakfast room wilh newspapers in their hands In the center 6r the lobby however lie sa w a group pf senators and but of the middle of the group rose a dark bon nf tth flowers onthe bonnet lClJ now and then decisively Around it were clustered other bonnets but theyIwere motionless and as it were sub ordinate Can you tell me who that is 9 vasked Brooksof Alexander jerking his thumb at the groupeyjnsaid Vernon thats Gen HodgeLathrop Shes on her Vaytt1e front assume command 1Oh Said Brooks I saw some t thing in tIle papers And he went away reading as he walked yernbn Jddked everywhere for Miss Greebe but he could not find her The tports at the Capitol avenue entrance that she had driven over to heState HoUse a few minutes before iVernon yas seized by an Impulse to f l1owbut he remembered Amelia He could not let matters go on thus between them If only Mrs Overman commanditaway er f r1i while if he could see her alone JiE feitthsil explanations would be pcs sIbh Helooked at his watch it washalft fi4 ast nine the senate would convene at ten the resqluUpn would not be treacelq fore halfpast tell at any vei1 6 JJ Fi cb rf L 1 t t Mrs verman Hodse5Latnrdp hgaTn He turned back into the lobby there dshe was hobnobbing with men she did not pass from group to group aft er the of bu astmi err whinglyBraldwood the leader of undtee and Porter the leader Of the sen ins matructionsShe had set her committee on less important game the ladies were scat ed over the rotunda reach talking to little set of men When Mrs Over man flodgeLathrop saw Vernon coinwishe turned from Braidwood n sorterangely enough Braidwood and Por ter stayed where they were as if she had put them there And Vernon re fleeted that he had never known them as doubtless no one else had ever known tliemitodo such a thing as that before Wheres Amelia he risked befo b she could speak I have sent her upstairs said Irs Overman HodgeLathrop poor child Vernon wondered why poor child Its really too bad Mrs Overman HpdgeLathrop continued What is too bad 7 demanded Ver noru He had grown sulky Mrs Overman HodgeLattirop looked at him pityingly Morley she said in a vasf solemn tone that came slowly up from her eat stayS I can make allowances coursL I know something of the nature of man I will admit that that Greene woman is remarkably hand some and of her cleverness there can be no doubt I dont altogether blame you Shfi paused that Vernon might con prehend to the fullest her marvelous magnanimity But at the same time It has been hard on poor little Amelia I sawo other way than to bring her dot Inou must go to her at once apdPortleft them When you have done Ill see you with reference to this miserable reso attHefirst of course V She smiied with a fat sweetness And Morley she said order two rriages for us at ten oclock You drive to the capitol with us And she went away Vernon ordered the carriages Cld in turning the whole matter over in his mind he came to the Conclusion that he must deal with these complications e at a time Miss Greene as events woul4haveState House ICHA XIII tlhotelwindow She was resting her chin in her hand and looking down Into Qap itol avenue ahalHe sat down beside tier mid Sought to engage one of her hands in his ownpbut she withdrew it and pressed it with the other and the handkerchief In both to her lips and chiJ Vernoi glanced about the respectable parlors maintained in instant readiness for withhisShe continued tpjook obdurately out of the window Amelia he said arent you going to speak to me Tell me what I have done Still there carne no answer HeI flung himself back on the sofa helplessly yitthe last hour but its too deep for me it He flung out his hand- stoiiiustrate his abandonment God knows he suddenly ex claImed I was only trying to do something worthyfor your sake Please dont swear Morley Ame lia saidyHe looked up swiftly Well he began explosively I he didnt continue He relapsed It a moody silence He stretched his legs out beforehim id an ungainly attitude wjithohis hands plunged deep in Iii trousers t pockets Then he knitted brows and tried to thinkjI suppose he said as if he were thinking aloud that you expect some explanation some apology Ohnot at all she said lightly in tiiG most musical tone she dbuld coriimand Vrywelj he said I would nt Jcnow 7irnere to begin if you did ylm J iure tlol ttwJre of hifyitIg i f i f iJ t 1 v I Flung Himself Helplessly Back on the Sofafac She began to hum softly to herself it vere some tuneless air me whimbereden she wasangry It was Intended show the last and utmost personal concern In such circumstances thtthenewas apt to be an improvisation was never melodious Sometimes it de her easier to deal with some es harder he could never tellW areIat her She had no reply He fidgeted moment and then began drumminisheth his fingers on the fa Please dontdo that she said He stopped suddenly If you would be good enough kimSen In jutdicateto apddoto atImca to jgtoWell I Knirn something to say 0gIryou W thehyWhy have you treated me this way Thatswhat I want to know sc visionsstruggling within him one of anger almost hate the other of love an dcoust Ei quimilarityfelt like reproaching yet he knew that was not the way and he made a des perate struggle to conquer himself He tried to look into her face but she only turned farther away from him Ive spent the most miserable week I ever knew doomed to stay here unable to get away to go to you anil with this fight on my hands You seemed to be having a fairly good time5 the girl said Now Amelia look here said Ver n lets not act like children any longpr lets not have anything so fool ish and little between us ins tone made his words a plea but it plainly had no effect upon her for she did not answer They sat there then Jn silence Why didnt you write Vernon demanded after a little while He looked at her and she straightened up and her eyes flashed yy didnt I write she ex claimed What was I to write pray Were not your letters full of this odi ous Maria Burlaps Greene And as if that were not enough werent the papers full of you two And that seechTh oh that speech that H n Ittieflfrted waButyou misunderstoodjl meant all that fo atSheDidnt you see Why dearest IgIought that when you read the papers toHernoIthen added significantly this once jjWellhold me responsible for what the paw haSheIn tiherdow And she began to hum again And then he pressed on to come down here and not even let me know why you even called me Mister Veri tIroomYes she exclaimed suddenly wheeling about I saw yeti come into the dining room Her theHe regretted on the instanteIsaw you she went on I sawI ou rusnup to that Maria BurltbstOrt ene voman ndol It rid Her name srii Burlaps dear said Veruon iaHow do you know her name Id like to ltiowShe put her hands to her face He saw her tears Amelia he said masterfully if Qu dont stop that LIstbn weve got to get down to business fitomore and tapping the toe of her boot theon carpet though she was riot tap phig it In time to her tune ftlettingbut mYoumeoWarning she said with a keen sAmeliarled a rebuke jv i errTIiJ G othue tc Ifd 55I V1 1t I j s t CH1LTELLS TALE iic snuiGE VISION i GIRL AT PRAYER IN CHURCH IS GIVEN MEDAL BY FlGUROFNMYSTERIOUS WOIIIANNf HER EXPERIENCE IS REPEATED Supernatural SgmpThjnk While Oth ers Say It Was Act of Pious per1 son Who Wished to Reward Her Devotion Baltimore MdJHas the beautiful vision that thrilled Paris in 1830 been repeated This isia question in the minds pf nearly every one connected with St Johns church Eager and Val streets the school near by and in t L 1Itlethe second grade of St Johns sch6ol le kneeling at thealtar of the church claims to have seen a mysteri 9U woman in black and white whoI koned to Her The child apprpached figure and was handed d small medal similar to that shown in the vision of the Virgin Mary in Paris ago hen Margaret looked up after in specting the little medal the figure had dis lisHad had a vision and was thoroughly aroused On going to the front part ot the building she was seen by one of the priests who remarked on paleness he said nothing of fhe vision then on reaching home told her mother older sister Mary who Is a p the school She was told to give medal to Sister Mary Vincent who r in charge of the girls department the school The mother of the little l Mrs C J Lowenstein stated that medal had been placed in an envel and laid away in the church in the hope that something might come of it I dont know what to think of the Iou said the mother to a reporter ssed mother would appear in black but yet if It was a human being hOy ld she have gotten out of sight so ckly when it was light Margardt has bQen queer since her birth about seeing things and I dont C J e Child Was Handed a Small Medal does not seem likely that the ow what to think about this She s so young when her father died C she did not know him but she 2homei1atrl She Is very religious and attentive her church duties and jf she ha J t seen something she never would ve said what she has Sister Mary Vincent is loath to b FIsas a kindly act of some woman who ppened to be in the church and w to encourage the childs devo oti to her faith uIf it were not for the nj terial side of the case said Sister Mary Vincent ui would be inclined to believe that it as a vision but the fact that a real eda changed bands makes me hold se boeinggi amrlchildren were at play was struck with aprestot this taken place I might think icuas ti repetition of the vision the sis rs in Paris lad years ago when the es tJmFondThis medal given to little Margaret wpul4land R but the fact that it was a material medal causes us to hesitate The little girl is a most devout andTlthful child and her teacher tells at she talks remarkably well of re gious subjects especially so for one of her tender age VI have been led to understand that aargaretre of a woman but there was noE edal in the second vision It was probable as I say a woman f flesh and blood and partidularly warm heart but in any event It faweetand pretty Little Margaret has been Questioned repeatedly ahput the vision but sticks theofigna1 vcrslonoHt J A1fs jd tICHESAPEAKE 1 OHIO Eastitnd No26 Daily EX Sup 842 a ittNo 22 Daily r 1157 a m mNoWestbound o 2t Daily Ex Sunday 0 22 a ro 21 Daily 8 03 a m No 25 DlltIy Ex Sunday 250 p m No 23 DailyH 438 p in I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CiricinnatiKrioxvillo lo al 10 00 a in No 33Cincinnat Jacksonville inied 10 57 a m No MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati nectior at Paris irrives at 632 departs at 635 p m No 31CinciiinatiAtizinta limite 123 p m tNgrthbound TRAIN SCHEDULE No 34 AtlantaCincinnati limiU 506 a m No 10 StanfprdMaysville loca conecting at Paris for Cincinnat 7 23ahi No 38 KnoxvilleCineinnati 10 jNo545 p m All of these trains will stop at Win hester also arealr daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday LEXINGTON It EASTERN RV CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound Stations JV Lexington Winchester L E Junction Clay City Stanton Campton Junction Natural Bridge1 torrent Be tty ieJun Atholl6 K Junction Jackson Westbound jv Jackson 0 1C June Athol Beattyville June Torrent Natural Bridge Campton Junc Stanton Clay City L E June Winch st r ArLexirgton t IpailYI Noll Ex Sun AM 610 615 640 707 730 745 748 815 825 900 912 955 No2 Daily PM 225 Is II430 435 14471 605 610 220 225 252 320 341 355 357 426 35 507 520 6 05 No4 Daily IAM 735 81 8213 90 910 93E 943 956 1017 1045 1115 1120 Sun No5 Only A 700 705 730 754 81G 826 82t 85 90 93J 946 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY j L E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 3 will mnke conhedtioo with thf 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Caaapton JunctionTraiis Nos 1 thiMcuntainto candBeattyville JunctionTrains No and 4 will connection with the L f Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos i and 4 will connect wilwayway stations iW A MCDOWELL Gen l Mgr H vASTHE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands an- dy I of the little soil of H M Ad s of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said thc poi ed blood hud affected his lungs as nothing could save bmiBut vrit his mother seven bottles of Elec c Bitters completely cured him RbeuIlbSoresRheumatism Electric Bitters is su byPhillips RY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT When the Sea Flows Into the Seine A strange phenomenon takes place t little Caudebec twl e a year Tbt ea announced by a thundering soumj and an undulating swell that rous along the rivers face comes up from the channel and flows Into the Seine Tranquil and hitherto unruffled the river receives this violent asitor ir one undulous wave that rushes like tide along the surface of the laterHarperVMdufhly thgaii e rlL45 j Jt4 1 t Yi c i1 i t J it Jj rClark County INCORPORATED ConstructionD f i Think of the mud and hilt climbing tax paid each year ii On the Basis of Equipment and the aj plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or prI- vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale andSandsame in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed I rDA Dpjrt yKJ1fhow fact furniture and Oak Dark Oak Cherry Mak cfNaturalAluminun a ATil Sizes from 15 to 250 1P and AH Cleaning Requjss Phillips Drusi COP Citizens National iBank Paid up 42ooo WE SOLICIT YOUR Will give YOU treatment and to nil business etutrusted to us iJ D Pres T F V Pres Whole Race Condemned A native of Annam IndoChina sen tenced in Paris for theft wrote the H f employerAllmandarins secretaries literary men and others are born thieves It is a grave and deadily complaint andGWere is no cure for it 1 know do not like thieves in France but it be helped IT SAVED All thought Id lose rites J A Sycllsoni Ten eczema that 15 doctors couldnot cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica u IiiitllibleSalt Rheum Boils Fever Sores gurus Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Phillips Lrug Store Ipqafsltlvsness ncbuKed hithouseproposed to hold on tut gitiication1will be no ndenny o bisine him The Paul Pry with a scalpel is annoytngly inquisitivo And Listen Keep to Its Dictatesf breast tht little spark of celestial fire called conscience TRY A NEWS W3NT ADVERTISEMENT i JapaneseThe Baby to him with great ceremony when he Is a month old at 15 he Is considered grown upJassumes the responsibility of a and takes a new name Entering up on public duties he takes another a name which is with every Istep ic life if his superior o lcer has Pie same name he happens to have at that time he must change it again ho must also change it when he marries and when he dies it Js changed for the last time and inscribed upon hlStombTHome Notes r 4i Zr T t N m S MMCL psr CJ Ji Get a can pf J L day at our Paint iuvenate an old chair olrin any piece of that is badly marred It comes in J 6 colors has a hundreduses I Walnut Mahogany p cts LACE CURTAIN CARPET CLEANER Spring i Capital 100000 Surplus BUSINESS ICOltIteous attend promptly andtirefuul1v Simpson Phillips HISXEG myieg Watertpwn t Washington v changed i f t J A H Hampton Cashier 1 J W Poynter Asst Cashier I W S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Gleaned Pressed 6 Repaint We do French Cleaning and Qrtee Satisfaction I Ladles Party Dresses a S ccla1tv iveUs a Trial and we do the rest All called for and delivered 24 W Ceurtftt Home Phone 645 WlncKeftter Ky KENTUCKY FAIRS 19091 ir1IsIRockcalecounLy Anguh 83days t B urbon county Septembe itli 5 tState1 HLincolngjiencer county August 101 dara daysKnox1 yShelbydaysBoono lyfurnishfree of charge T ry SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS KILLS WOULDBESLAYER ft 1 rt ApijIitisKings New Life Pills kill it by pft They gently stimulate stom ch liver and bowels preyeiiting that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Billionsness Chills Malaria Headache and Ini gestion 2Efit Phillips DrusfStoJ i i RY A NEWS WANT C lii JliyEItJElt7i 25or 1 ft r ftpt Jo Jt ip q Pt t i illt t 1 I I 4 C J Jti S J r y s v X L Ir tJ THE WINCHESTER NEWS h PFve I LEAGUJjCITIES Lexington 1 Riclinioiul ckI- iankfort l Ih t Shelbyyiile i t 0 jZ J ifiJ 0 l Winchester At Lexington WE i May 1516 June 14 27 July 17 18 Au 29USet12 May 22 2126 June 7 8 2526 July 24 Aug 10 30 Sept 7 9 May S 930 31 31 VUlle 920 Julv 11 Ansr 1 22 Sept ql May 71318 June 22 30 July 5 16 28 Aug 9 Sept 4 10 11 April 30 MaYT2 23 29 June 5 13 July 4 25 Aug 14 15 Sont 5 COPYRIGHT S09BY AMERICAN Kentucky According to the last census Ielucky has u population of 2147174 The area is 40400 square miles 400 of which is water Ths sheams- withinthe State as a niie head in th years The early railroads were built from the East and went over the mor level territories North of the Ohi River and South of the Cumberla Mountains In those days there w only a limited demand for coaland kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util ities until a time when they arc mo needed by the country Our suppl qnie We have a coal area of over fiftee thousandsquare miles Other min Natural gas and oil in paying quantities arc being developed i many localities There are no more bad people ift Kentucky than in other States in pro portion to population Good people regardless of politics or religion aro- ulwnys welcome blue grass Crops of timothy and clover can be raised with profit Corn wheat rye and oafs are the grain Drops Tobacco is raised in large quantities Clark County Land acres 15817G Value of real and personal prop 370V t 7 t t i iup P11p b 1 y 1 4 At Richmond April 27 28 29 June 1 2 3 July 1 2 3 Aug 16 17 Scot 3 ro PRINT May 10 11 12 June 17 18 16 July 12 13 20 Aug 24 Sept 10 11 May 27 28 29 June 21 22 23 July 15 16 29 30 Aug 20 21 a1 erMay 3 4 5 June 7 8 9 July 7 Aug 10 11 Sept 13 14 May 20 22 25 July 5 23 24 Lug 2 3 30 31 Sept 8 9 At Frankfort May 21 25 July 6 7 21 22 Aug 3 4 11 31 Sept S April 30 May 1 2 23 June 4 513 July 4 25 Aug 9 15 Sept 5 v CORRECTLY May 13 10 Jure 6 2728 Julv IS- AUg8161729 Sept 1213lrM Mav 27 28 July 1 10 14 July 29 30 Autr 1219 25 2G Sept 3 llav89181930June July 11 Auj 1 22 Pont 4 I rj NOBODY LOVES FAT MANPRESS ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY Northwesterlyairecti9n develbpJ1ent illIcreased therenough producUncultivated afl 50 cents on the hundred dollars The foothills of the mountains arc on the Eastern border of the county the Kentucky River on the South forms the county line for a distance nof twenty five miles Ford on the river South of Winchester has extensive lumber millslThree railroads go entirely across Ohioyon All fruits that are adapted to the profitY u popIation CourteoFirst Monday in April seco MondayndJudgeas1 Crutcher Attorney Fourth Monday County CourtIIQuarterly Third Tuesday in each month OfficersyEvans Judge v S A Jeffries Attorney i Howard Hampton Sheriff i nLcc Evans Deputy DeputyJ rkI ClerknW T Fox Circuit Clerk Assossorf11teild 5nr v W R Spbar Treasurer George Hurt Jailer PeacejSecond district J Scott ReuJck Third district Eli Docley Sixth district F F Qoodpaster Fifth district Robert True RamseySeventh S cirr ai1900 5OG4 The fiity hits overJaped the corporate limits and tb9T At Shelbyvillc May 345J- une 10 11 12 July 12 13 14 31 Aug 23 24 May 17 1S10 June 24 25 26 July 21 22 Aug 5 6J 13 14 April 27 28 29 Juno 1 2 14 June 2930 July 5517- Am 28 THE llay1Q1112252G Aug 3031 Sept 7 8 9 May 6 7 June 7 8 July 78 Aug 11 12 A ue 18 10 9X 2n At Paris Mav 19 20 June 21 23 29 July 5 15 27 Aug 2 13 18 Aus 20 May 8 9 30 31 31 June 12 20 July 11 Aug 1 22 Sept 1 2 Mav 14 15 29 June 15 16 July 9 19 20 Aug 5 Sopt April 30 May 1 222 23 June 5 13 July 4 24 25 Aiur 15 Sent i OFFICIAL May 10 June 6 25 27 July 17 irAug 8 1G 24 29 Sent 12 15 sand It is located on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Lick lug Rivers has water works eloc talc street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches The Kentucky Wesleyan College is located at Winchester The fire de apartment is one of the best in thet State IThe assessed valuation of all prop franchises The tax rate oil the 4602499j s sixty cents for pity and fifty cents for schools The C 0 L Nand L E railroads center at Winchester the shippnmrg loBen conce are given fie ycara exemption from taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasure ifvgivinjr information Cir Officers aJS B Tracy Clerk F H Haggard Attorney P P Pendleton Judge Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor IBrinegar Coroner N R Vitberspoon Tieasurer Police MChiefA biz Albert Tanner John Ballard Boardof Council First ward Shirley Hadden W Hackett Second wardA R Martin T todd v Third wardDoe Pigs J Q Booue Fourth wardJ D Jones rifthwardG D McCullura Sittl1 nin IIi jitBoardG WStrolher Prostdait c H RSJ Secrete PJHdroc wt mT Tan I nm P1p11li wor deli MooJ i At Winchester May 101112 June 17 18 19 July 9 10 July 29 30 Sept 1 1a21 a 24 2i June 28 29 30 July 5t 1419 20 Sept May 3 4 5 31 31 June 10 LI 12 Aug 13 20 21 23 May 14 15 July 1 2 3 July 2G 27 28 Aug 9 10 Sept 10 11 April 27 28 29 May 17 June 2 3 24 20 July 13 Aug 17 27 28- SCHEDULE I ATHE PCItttiesCural N K Foster Fire Department A B Baldwin Chief COUNTY COURT DAYS CountCourtstributary to Winchester Anderson Law euceburg 3rd Mon day MondayBourbon Boyle Danville 3rd Monday MondayCLARK day Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Mondaynsday MondayGarrard Grant Williamstown 2nd Mon y MondayJessamine day MondayLincoln MondayMason MondayMontgomery MondayOwen Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday MondayP MondayL Money and Uv Drawbacks Some people are left money just Ic nick of time tad make good use of it is ruinous to others to receive earnedAany work at all if it wasnt for theIfact that they had to and so a wise decrees that honey shallI t come their way except by the sweat I of their browpie Captain Time For More 1 I Printing a andnothinggives we C Y WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY Printers Anything 91Ii FOR J i Fish Vegetables Produce S BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK tis law HavingThe coupledwell and the doing of which mankindThedore Sam Noticed the DistinctionI A rich man once visited his stahlea tad an old rOom favorite horse You have worked for me long time havent you Sam rejptledhave for you 17 years Ah tIedthriameyou doctor for th boss yoti docKed iny pay for th time lost foltr I HEWS j 1 TIT f c e l is high that the business men of of this vicinity were finding out that we are the Only Modern Printers with Down to Date Outfit in the City of Winchester It is time they were awaking to this fact If they would reach the ear and the of the public they must cometo us for the printing withwhich to do it We advantages I Finest Machinery New Down to the I Minute Type the Largest Stock the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD YOU ASK MORE We are vain enough to believe that wehave line of samples that will eclipse anything of its in this section of Kentucky ys more pleasure than to exhibit our production to the users ofprinters ink We would like to call and show yqutl that 1flJ deliver the goods F tine r INCORPORATED of 6 SEE GILBERT BOTTP Fresh 6 Cured Meats Country t worthily o watched currying a a 1 worked hired a I jgBSopiBE r t n time catch eye f offer these The and and FOR kind CALL ON NELSON The TransferMaJ1 IyourOFFICEHome Phone 94- Hight Phone 339 IIA Thousand Heads For Two Thousand Hats Wanted You can hMe your choiceif you come bendt Just now received from leading manu factnrert at the SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main Si PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1eIAttorney At Law eo S Main St Winc ster KyI PE8DlETO BUSH L IUSH Attorneys At Law 60S Mam St Winckttttr Ky VIFOR T Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 TH E- WinchesterBauk or WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON pxeslnetr4- W R SPHAR CAfit- xSOUOITYt r 0 JOCIIIITSi MIMMsMitka gkbMiw a 8 jJ i t I I I fl tiJ 4j r I I II 41 4at I 11 Jr I THE WI CHE8TD MEWS d Builders Attention t OUR STOCK OF LOCKS AND HINGES IS COMPLETE i We Can Please You in DESIGN QUALITY and PlUCE r i ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF CABINET MANTELS GRATE FRAMES and TtTILING 5r4 t We are Sole Agents for MCHARDS BALL BEARING HOUSE DOOR HANGERS t rirfW On SCREW and STRAP HINGES and HEAVY STRAP HINGES for Barn Building we can Save You Money RICHARDS TROLLEY BARN DOOR HANGERS ARE THE BEST SEEUS T9DAY l STARVATION METHOD APPLIED TO OFFICERS I Siays Federal Officer Who Went Out to Sumnion Defendants in Jiight Rider Cases y l ppUCAir Ky March 29Aftcr d1eeks trip through four Western Kentucky counties in search of def daiits in night rider damage suits ifTVthe United States Court Elwood jcpl Deputy United States Marshal returned to Paducah with a story of an to drive him out of two counties by starvationIr On the ride through Lyon county lf look rider along as a guide They Syere refused meals alidf ed for horSes at every home of a defendant or sympathizer and the first day did ngct dinner until 2 pm 1Atthat hour they cametp the home oTa law and order farmer They had intended to remain over night in the cjiiyitry but Stevensons frieiids a- dvd him to gqJop town because i tjiejewa such strong feeling against him that he would be in danger ofa nib They drove to Princeton in Caldwell county bepiity Ned drovje his horses alj day without feed iiub all he had to eat for dinner was w h the boughti ata country store liewill raaka another trip here be f1ourt convenes but will go disguised The negotiation foit compromise jfittlie of Henry Bennett haye been called off by the defendant atfd thcy say tl ey will fight it out hdsuitwiH go to trial at the April 11UpCOLTS AGAIN LOSE t TO ROCHESTER BUNCH 4 Lwal Tiam IslOtfeated By Score of cJ fb to rlsy Visitotsc it LJ NJqiji JCy March 29The- lclbliliaggrgatioii went down- iu defeat again yesterday afternoon I bUllch1iItyascore put ujva strong light ftrrfflie honors but w sre imp4xoutolassed by the Roch esret team l 1re oiloe madby the home teaai wa by nPerkins the local twirl iand tnootber stage of the game d aia1hance r j jn oil LJ dfJ l y I Grubbs it Benton Cor Main and Br way Winchester Ky SUES BRIDGE COMPANY FUR 25000 DAMAGES Wilgus Combs of Breathitt Seeks Compensation For Injuries Received iI T JACKSON Ky March29Til gus Combs filed suit in the Breathitt Circuit Court Saturday afternoon against the Empird Bridge Company for 25000 damages for personal injuries while working on the bridge recently erected a Lost Creek this county by the defendant company The accident occurred last December and Combs has been in the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington since that time until a few weeks ago The petition alleges negligence in the erection of the false or temporary workof the bridgwhIidlI fell and in jured Combs One manus killed outright in the accidQ feand another Kelly Hoskins was crippled for life Comps alleges in his petition that lies permanently disabled Gourley Redwinc and Gourley represent j the plaintiff Bla ton Hover attorIneysThe sale of the Jackson Electric Light and Ice Plant set for today has been called off until the ease against the concern can be vdetermined by United States Referee in Bankruptcy Chestery Gourley The claims against the company aggregate 12 000 The case will be tried in April Subscribe FOr Msr PLANS TO ORGANIZE EASTERN STAR CHAPTER Mass atjCourt t There will be a ifcacs meeting at the court house Wednesday afternoon at 230 for the purposeof organizing a chapter of the order of the Eastern Star All master lasoiis their why andINs j A 4 If It GETI OUR PRICES a MRS CHARLES S REES PAINFULLY BURNED Was Cleaning Some Goods in Gaso line and An Explosion Occurs Mrs Charles S Rees was painfully burned about the hands and arms Mondavnfternoon some goods with gasoline and wash inqr them in hot water and before she knew it the gasoline exploded enveloping her in flames She was jit loss as to the cause as she said there was no fire in the room The wounds thought painful are not thought to be seriousSThe room in which she vas work ing caught fire from the explosion and the fire department was called out After a few moments work the fire was extinguished The damage to the house is small fully covered by insurance Both young and old will enjoy the lecture at the opera house Wednesday night March 31st Tickets on sale Monday at the MartinCook drugstore 227IU WEDDING IS ANNOUNCED Daughter of LieutenantGoverndr Wj H Cox Is to Marry St Louis Minister in Maysville lIAYSYIIJLE Ky March 29 The weHUing of Mss Roberta Stpc tqn Cox daughter of LicutcnantrGov ernor aiidxSlrs W H Cox to the Rev Clayton Carl Wheat of t Louis 114 fy f iftbM ti to take place at the Church of the Nativity ili this bitgtthigli irounouThursdaj April 24 v i Dont mihel cture at the opera house Wednesday night March 31s- tTicketsont sale at MartinCooks drug store Monday 327 It Prevalence of English Language Twothirds of all pie letters which JNUM through the post offices of Uie werware written in Eagllsh b DAnniii Kfluto- AGAINST DEATHS Loser by Narrow arin Eight MimitesSpCed Rec V ord is Broken I Chicago March 29Frank L Van derlip presidentt of the 1 National City Bank of Ne w orcvbrgke all Amen can railroad records according toJ statements made by rthe New York Central officials in W effort to rea h the bedside of hIS mother here p1butexactly 28 minutes Mr Vanderlip in a special train covered the distande from New York to Englew od a suburb of this city in 15 hours and 5 minutes and when he leaped madly from the train he was met with the announcement that his mother Mrs Charlotte L Vander lip had died The strain of the past day caused the big man to almost collapse When Mr Vanderlin received word from Chicago that his mother was near death he immediately ordered the New York Central to supply him with the fastest special train at its command The notice was short but the company had a train ready to leave New York in a few minutes The train consisted of four coaches and the most powerful engine which could be secured in that short tithe The train crew were the only persons carried besldesMr Vanderlip but lt was necessary to add three extra coaches to give the train the proper weight for makIng such high speed Mr Vanderlips train was given the right of way over everything on the line The road officials expected to cover the distance in 18 hours but such a performance afc was accom pushed was b yond their Wildest dreams The run from New York to Buffalo 440 miles was covered in 399 minutes which included a threeminute stop for change of engines This was a wonderful performance but Mr Vanderlip was crying forniofe speed He had received discouraging word from the bedside of biSf mother and was nearly frahtTcT iri The distance from Buffalo to Cleve land 183 miles wad covered in 168 minutes The engineer threw the throttte wideopen and the mlles slipped by at a dizzy pace Leaving Cleve land the special coveted the 103 miles to Toledo in 116 minutes This was the slowest stage 8L ute mad dash across the country m The last 95 miles from Elkhart to Englewood were eaten up irix92 nifh utes Mr Vandorlip left the train at Englewood whjch was the nearest station to his mothers housel AGREEMENT REACHED Diplomats Avert Clash at Arms Be tween Austria and Servla Vieima March 29A cbmplete agreement has been reached by the powers with regard to the steps to be taken at Belgrade on the basis of the proposals made by Sir Edward Grey the British foreign secretary to Baron Von Aehrenthal the Austro Hungarian ministeroC foreign affairs for the settlement of the difficulty be twe n Austria and Servla The representatives of the powers at Belgrade today advised Servia to make a declaration to the administra tion at Vienna supplementary to the Servian note of March 14 In this note Servla referred Austria to her previous note to the powers dated March 11 and In the latter note Ser via while withdrawing her demand for compensation and setting forth that she did not desire to provoke war still ma IntIned that the ques tlon of the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina should be regulated by the powers Fatal Fire Cisco Tex March 29Flre destroyed the opera house the mer chandlse store of Mayhew Company and the residence of L Childs Bert Strickland was killed by a falling wall Fireman Henry Benham J B Paterson and William McGuire were seriously injured The loss is esti mated at 100000 Q Washingtons Governor Dies Paso Robles Cal March 29Gov erhor Samuel G Cosgrove of Washington died here suddenly of Brights disease Only a few hours before his death he seemed to feel better arid remarked that he hoped to soon be able to return to Washington and take up hisvduties AS governor Launch Goes Qver Dam RichmOnd Va March 29A triple tragedy occurred inJall river at South Boston wlion a pleasure steam launch owing to high water was washed over the dam Joseph Ma bane Easley Owen and Tames Clark 36 14 andd6 respectively were drowned4 n c J Too Much Gravity a Ball Sign There ta false grvtXwhth is a very ill symp toBi and t may be Kid that as irivcrs which iiin very slowly have always th most mud at the bottom so a solid stiff ness iDj the con stant course ci aisjijiiff IL a sign of a thlck bed of Hat the buttomof bl brl SaT cr I I NEXT SESSION IN THE SOUTH National Irrigation Ccngr ss May Decide t to Have1910 Meeting- Somwh4ereoifh SPOl AN5Vashi March 29 Delegates from the Southern States to the meeting of the National Irii gatibn Congress in Spokane the second week in August probably will make a concerted effort to have the 18thsession of the organization take c somewhere in the South James Cosgrove of Charleston S C secretary of the sanitary and drainage commission for Charleston county intimates this in a letter to Arthur Hooker secretary of the local board of control of4he 17th Con gress He says Iwould like to have you think over the proposition to have the ses sinus after the Spokane meeting somewhere in the South Personal ly I believe Charleston would be the right place an dl have no doubt that our people would arrange to entertain the delegates royally Mr Cosgrove says that it will be a pleasure for him and tlie residents of Charleston to take up with their representatives in Congress the matter of the invitation to the president to attend the Congress in Spokane add jug I trust we will be able to have President Taft attend the sessions- as recognize it will be of il1e tin able benefit to all who attend to have him deliver an address Regarding the reference to having 1910 Congress in the South Mr Hooker said byMrCosgraveone and if formally presented to the Congress by our southern friends J am of the opinion that the delegates would give it every consideration HANSFORD JEIt IS 7 DOING WELL AS PAGE Mr and Mrs Sam J eft Receive Conk mendatory Letter From Friends A letter to Mr and Mrs Sam Jett Erom Wutshinjlon reports that thqir son Hansford who is a Piigeiii the lower house is iloin well The lefc tfer is from Mr alul Mrs IJammerly the home where Hansford boards Mr and Mrs HairirneHy belong to old Virginia stock and are flue people Their report of Hansford is all that the fondest parent could desire SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS Just received 5000 yards of tobacco canvass If you need some come to the Star Dry Goods and Clothing house 329lt RECEIVES HER STATE TEACHERS CERTIFICATE Miss Adelaide Stevenson Gets State Certificate Also Salary For 19078 Miss Adelaide Stevenson of this county has received from the State Superintendent J G Crabbe her State certificate This certificate was held up on account of the complaint of Mr Charlie A Tanner County Superintendent of Clark county Superintendent Tanner wrote a letter to the State Superin tcndcnt and for the writing of which Miss Stevenson wits awarded five thousand dollars damages on the ground that such letter was libelous On the issuance of her certificate Superintendent Tanner paid Miss Stevensons salary for teaching in the public schools fo lhe year of 19078 which pay had been held up by him for a year The delivery of the certificate is regardedas a complete vindication of Miss Stevenson and she will again teach in this county j hi all probability- in the school that she has taught in for the past five years Feasted Two Days mid Nights party1turningdash for theppje in 1906slaughtered a herd of seven musk oxen on Haze Island off the extreme north of Green land For two days and nights thereafter they crouched inside their snow kuta eating continuously and when thY had finished the pile of bones outside was as high as a tall mans ckim French Proverb An ouace of favor goei farther tkW an ounce o4ustIde5 5T t Sj i r A I STROSSMAN RATLIFF REALESTATE AND INSURANCE Us For Bargains lSee YOUR PICTURE IS YOUR REPRESENTATIVEBARRETTS bears close study and will interest you It shows that HE HAS STUDIED HIS BUSINESS and has under his control the forces that enter into the making of a Valuable and Pleasing Picture HE REPRESENTS YOU AT YOUR BEST in his photographs and it is no chance hit work with him at 22 NORTH MAIN STREET CINCINNATI TAILORING C O MANN REDMOND Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER PHONE 528 OPERA HOUSE MONDAY MARCH 29th CHAS W MERCER Presents a Metropolitan Company Supporting the Popular Young Character Actor G CARLTON GUY IN A REAL COMEDY DRAMA THE CRY BABY Hear the Hells Neck Quartette PRICES Downstairs 35 50 and 75 cents Gallery 25 cents 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 orner of Broadway and Highland Conkmrifltt Transfer and Ice CoI Crating Handling and Hauling Fur nhture5Etc a Specialty NO 19 North MaIn Street loUt Phoaes WILLSON WilL NOT USE THE STATE TROOPS To Collect Taxes For Railroad Bonds in Carter County FRANKFORT Ky March 29 Governor Willsou will send no State troops to Carter county to help in the collection of the railroad taxes which though the road was never built have been held to be legal by the Federal Court the bondholders haying ob tained judgments in the United States tribunal These bonds are in the hands of Charles D Jones E A Dawson and Mrs Anna S Taft sis terinlaw of President Taft all of Cincinnati GbvernoiKWillson is well acquainted with the cap becmisc he was formerly tlie attorney for the Sinton heirs one of whom is lIrs1 Taft but he quit the case after beI became Governor Dont Know How to Live There are people who go about the world looking for slights and they are necessarily miserable for they rind them at every turn especially Imaginary ones They are morally literate for they have never learned fcoir tol1vcHenry Drumssoiid t S 4 CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifledPer Word Onehalf cent per word per ins r tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or mprt used witw one year 4 cents a line FOR RENT Three rooms Tiilh gas and fixtures for light house keep ing good location ItrTHE REAL ESTATE MAN IUR SALE =Cheap graphophone and about 30 records alo larger Morning Glory horn dressIN R B this office i9tf WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEI still build all kinds of wire fence If in the market ifor same write or telephone me fcfr prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541216tf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers for sale ai this office 216tf- WANTEDTo take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 2l8 College street Home phone 05- 4311lmo FOR SALE Eggs from thorBugh bred singlecomb White LegliijrnS at 75 cents for 15 H E TTT 100 French avenue 315lmo FOR SALEEggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H Hi PHILLIPS Winchester Kyj Home phone 311 317lmo JUNK DEALERChas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all lids ofold metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo STRAY COLTStrayed into my liv cry stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tailand mane BIRL TURNER 317tf WANT At once good reliable boy to Icarn the printers trade Ap ply to this office 327 tf FOR RENT New 6room cottage on College street with gas water and bathroom Good cistern Pps session at once Apply to MRS MARL BEAN 210 College tec- t323eodtf FOUNDBy Frank Martin on Main street long black glove Owner can have same by calling at Citi zens bank 3240h WANTEDAt once two good re liable painters Apply to Frank Roy 14 North Main street 3243t FOR SALEPlymouth Rock squabs to eat Fat dainty delicious JCry some Call up Home phone 5rK GUMMING Lexington avenue 325Gl FOR SALEEggs from thprpugli bred White Leghorns75 cerifepor 15 Brown Leghorns also isit my yards PREWITT BROW 23 East Washington street 325lmo LOST Pbcketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Re ward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325tf WANTEDDay boarders Mrs R H PARRISH 235 Lexington area ue 3254t FOR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs at 1 a setting best in the State Also eligible Berkshire gilts will farrow in May J C McCLURE R R No 2 Homc phone 860 326lrao FOR RENTTwo or three roqms for man and wife No 32 Fitch ave hue Home phone 721 3276t FOR RENT Three rooms uUaiIe for housekeeping Apply136rJiIi bama fetreet 3 276ti FOR SALE Black Langshan g1 NAPOLEON13AR No 6 v 329lmo Jr tdq otrt J jr