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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- r rzi tta Last Edition 1 NO 143 WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY MARCH 30 1909 2 CENTS COT II WITS A WMI ISTATE ev JL t Wi r Held at Covington May 19 20Large Attendance Expected The State emmeamp Cut Grand Ar my of the Republicfor 1909 will be held at Covington May 1920 In a circular sent out the Post Com e4t inander Le Vant Dodge of Berea iays yWe shall have the use of the large an commodious Odd Fellows Hall corner of 5th and Madison streets prt of the room will be reserved for those who are members of the Encampment Besides this there will be scats for other comrades who are in possession of the countersigns The opening session is set for 9 30 a m of Wednesday May 19th In or der to economize time the method of having the Committee on Credentials do most of its work meeting in two sections which method worked so successfully last year will again be adopted This committee to be an nounced hereafter will hold a joint session to arrange preliminaries at the hall of James A Garfield post southwest corner 5th and Madison streets at 730 pm of Tuesday May 18th The committee will sit in two sections for giving out badges the same place Wednesday morn ing at 730 sharp The Council of Administration of which R R Perry of this city is a member is announced to be held mt the G A R hall southwest corner 5th mid Madison streets Covington Tuesday May 18th next at 130 p m The Department accounts for the current year will be audited bus iness points put in shape for action at the Encampment and matters re lating to future policy discussed andI formulated PLANT BEDS INDICATE A LARGE TOBACCO 4 CROP Agricultural Commissioner Counts 312 From Winchester to Maysville FRANKFORT Ky March 30 can get some idea of the tobacco crop which going to be raised in time burley district this year by the sample that I saw on a trip I made from Maysville to Winchester on Sat urday said Commissioner of Agri culture M C Rankin today I counted exactly1 312 plant beds in sight of the railroad as the train moved along and I wont be certain but that I might have missed a few however 312 for that distance and they only the ones in sight of the railroad are enough to convince that the crop this year is going to be the biggest we have ever known and that it will be hard work to keep up haveAcropsvCommissioner Rankin believes that the only way tliis can be done is for JJthe society tosecurc over 50 per cent the pool makes its deal with the American Tobacco Company and then let those on the outside take what they can get for their product He believes that this offers a feasible plan and one of the very few that can be successfully carried out to maintain high prices The Commissioner of Agriculture today received from Ed Valentine of Ready Grayson comity a sample of Angora goat wool which he clipped from his hcrdJ Mr Valentine says that if there is a market for tie wool in Kentucky he believes that the far mers will find it greatly to their in terest to raise the Angora breed for they clean up a farm better than any thing he has ever found Time sam ple of wool which he sent in is long fine and of asilky texture and con tams a slight kink or curl Mr Valentine also asks the Commissioner about a certain kindof grass which irrew up in his new to bacco field which remained green long after everything else had dried up during the drought of last falland hich he believes will make a good feed DIrr deli is able to be nn illnes of several outy1F i tfj t tof I I f rv t y1t t iu ra t r l tiy THE WINCHESTER NEWS IITVOL R- aENCAMPMENT FRATERNITY BUILDING Now in UseFirst Lodge to Meet There Will Be the Masons The lodge room of the fraternity building Jms about been completed and the Masons and Kof Ps are moving in Tuesday The first lodge to meet in the new building will be the Masons Tuesday r The trustees lava closed a cod tract with th eWoodmeri of the World to use their lodge rooms and also the Modern Woodmen The Masons will meet on Tuesday nights of Ps on Wednesday night The Woodmen of the World Friday night NEWSPAPER BEST FOR ADVERTISERS Manager of Bankers Publicity Bu reau Says They Are Best From Every Point of View That the daily newspaper is abso lutely the best medium which an ad vertiser can use has again been dem onstrated and in the words of T D MacGregor manager of the publicity department of the Banking Magazine who lately addressed the Bunking Institute His subject was Advertising Results and in it he showed how much is spent on advertising not only in magazines but in newspa pers showed their relative value and told why He styled newspaper advertising as greater than almost any other industry In part he said Millions For Publicity The business this advertising produces undoubtedly is many timqs the amount expended The advertising ten representative magazines last year amounted to almost 8000000 It is probable that if statistics were available covering the advertising expenditure in our 23000 newspapers and periodicals in the street cars on the billboards by letters circulars booklets calendars and in many other ways the figures would exceed those ofalmost any other business or in dustryThe two most important factors of resultful advertising are right dimns and right copy The daily newspaper is the most valuable adL vcrtising medium for any bank sock lug local business There is no better way to reach a large number of persons cheaply and effectively The newspaper is a part of the daily life of the American people goes everywhere Everybody roads it Every day it comes entirely fresh and new If lie is wise the advertiser in it makes his message fresh and new daily too The daily newspaper can best give the constant repetition that wears away forgetfulness and forces atten tion enables the adversary to tell his story quickly Daily Advertising Best It makes it possible for him to reach many whom he could reach to advantage in no other way as everybody who reads at all reads Biome newspaperSize circulation is not the only thing to be considered in choosing an advertising medium There is a qual ity as well as a quantity factor which enters into the case For some kinds of advertising 50000 of a highclass circulation is worth 100000 ofapoorer class The editorial policy and tile char acter of the news columns of a news taper have an important beating upon the advertising value of the medium A wideawake paper which is clean well edited and progressively mining ed is a splendid place for an advertising bank present its announce men is In such a paper your advertise ment will be good company An honest and fearless newspapers in spires confidence on the part of its readers and this confidence is giv en likewise to those who advertise in it If its editorials carry wegiht and its newS matter is well presented the advertisement in its columns have the best kind of environment for satisfactory results It is better to use smallbr mod eratesized space regularly than larger space spasmodi91lrThe gen tr i r QUEEN WTLHELMIITA OF hvLLb WHO is EXPECTING AN HEIR Queen Wilhelmina of Holland who is expecting an heir to the throne was born Aug 31 1SSO became queen when ten years old and reigned under the regency of her mother until she became of age She became the bride of Duke Henry Frederick of MecklenburgSchwerin o i Feb 7 1001 KAIDEX CLUB r IS ORGANIZED Number of Young Men Have Formed Social and Lounging Organization The Combs flat on Lexington avenue has been leased to a nunibor of young man in the city to be usod as rooms for their social club which they have just organized The name the Kai ex Club and the object is to have a place of loafing and mingling with each other social ly There are five rooms and they will have a reading room dining room sitting room bed room and bath room They have bought a nice lot of furniture and wero busy ar ranging Bailie Tuesday morning The dominating color will be green touch ed with silver All the furniture will be mission style and the picture frames will correspond At their first mooting held last night the following officers wore elect ed Yor Lano President H E rcntworth Secretary and James French Treasurer Regular monthly meetings will be held at which all matters pf business will be transact ed REFUSE THE PETITION Special to The News COLUMBUS 0March aOhc Supreme Court refused the right to Fred Lied former member of the Columbus Board of Public Service to file a petition in error Lied was con victed of accepting a bribe from a paving company oral reading pages of a paper rife better than the financial page bocausQ those wino read tine financial pago likewise see the other pages buts all those who read the goneraJ pages do not read the financial page Three insertions a week is better than one insertion a week and every dayMs better still t i f f r SAYS REPORT Is FALSE Roosevelt Goes Ashore at the Azores Nothing in the Assault Story Special to The News PONT DEL GADA Azores Marcli 30 Roosevelt ennui ashore here today Time report was denied i that a steerage passenger aboard the Hamburg attempted to assault the former President RS C H REES is RESTING EASIER t Physician Says Wounds From Gasoline Explosion Painful r But Not Serious Mrs C H Rees who was burned Monday b3 the explosion of gasoline is getting along us well as could be expected She was resting easier Tuesday morning Mrs Rees was colaniug some lace ill the bath room ot her home Mon lay afternoon with gasoline In somo way Mrs Roes IS unable to tell the gasoline exploded enveloping her in flames Ilor armp and hands were painfully burned and she has been suffering a great dual but the physi clans think the wounds are not serious IS ITO MEET IN LOUISVILLE 10 HI Flynn With C E Lydtiamf as Alternate to Represent Local Council The ninth annual session of the Crawl Councilof Kentucky Royal Arcanum will met i in Louisville Tuesday April 2Qtib Daniel Boone CcMncil of this eity wiUVbe rdprefiont cd by 0 M Flyhn Represauttiyivc or CKL3 daane Alternate ft i f i Jj FAVORS HIGH LIQUOR TAX Congressman Langley Would Like to Vote For Tax of Two Dol BeeriWASHINGTON D C March 30 In colloquy with Representative Sis son of Mississippi Representative Langley of Kentucky said he was in favor of protection on everything while SiS SOIL said he was not in favor of protection Referring to Langleys statement Mr Rucker of Missouri asked him if he favored protection on everything Did he favor increasing the tax on beer whisky and other liquors I do replied Mr Langley and I would be glad of the opportunity to vote for tax of 2 on beor instead of a tax on tea and coffee ORDER NOW The extra copies to be printed o the illustrated industrial and com mercial edition of The News are going rapidly The Commercial Club bought one thousand copies to be distributed widelyScores of orders are coming ih daily If you want copies telephone or send in your orders immediately Both phones 91 FOUND DEAD IN BED L R Blanton WellKnown Richmond Merchant Expires of Heart Failure RICILIION Ky March 30L R Jlanton one of the most prominent foundIdead in bed at his home bore Sarly yeate rday His Heath was due to iheoirtr fallure v r r 1i r r fj1fi 1 Vf r I TAFT WILL NOT DICTATE TARIFF President Tells Congress What He ThinksWants Little Fric tion on Subject Washington March President Taft it is stated intendsto leave all congressional matters to congress and does not iritend to dictate to that body wha it shall do At the same time he takes advantage of the calls by senators and representatives to state in response to their requests for suggestions his own position and the policy to which he believes the Re publican party is committed- It is too early in the fight it Is said for the president to feel called upon to present specific views as to the various schedules The broad general policy of reducing the tariff on the gotomasses of the people is the one that appeals to the president and the one which he is said to feel hopeful that congress will adopt- Representative Hinshaw after his interview said that while he was not at liberty to quote the president he felt sure the chief executive would not object to the statement that he favored the lowerinjjof duties on the important necessari of life President Taft it is said believes that the system of taxation to be adopted to meet the growing deficiency in the treasury should be one calculated to cause the least friction It is for this reason he strongly fa vors the inheritance tax idea The collection of such a tax is easy and comes from unearned money The fact that several of the states have got ahead of the national government in adopting the idea is the only draw back to the scheme The govern ments adoption of the principle would mean double taxation in some states and might cause some friction between the national and state govern ments This is the argument made to the president against it The president does not believe that a stamp tax would be a great turden upon the people A stamp tax at this lime would not go to the extent of the war tax Imposed In 1898 Such a tax would be far better it is claimed at the White House than the Impos ing of such a tax or duty on food stuffs as would cause unrest and anx iety on the part of the general people President Taft has let it be known that he approved the Payne bill in principle and that he believes more schedules in the Dingley tariff should be revised downward than upward if any should go upward at all Fire Destroys Two Piers Havana March 30The two piers of the Havan Central railroad were totally destroyed by fire It is said the fire was of incendiary origin The total damage done Is estimated at 1 000000 which is covered by insurance ROOSEVELT ASSAULTED London Paper Hears of Attempted Assassination at Horta London March 30A dispatch to the Standard from Horta says that when the steamer Hamburg arrived it was learned an attempt had been made aboard to assault exPresident Roosevelt but that it was frustrated and his wouldbe assailant placed in irons Assailant Was Italian New York March 30 GiuseppI Tostla steerage passenger on the Hamburg is the man who threatened exPresident Roosevelt according to a special dispatch from Horta This Incident happened soon after the Amerfpanions in the steerage and started for the upper deck where Mr Rouse volt was standing with his son Ker mitUHe let them take away my child Tosti is said to have shouted in EngHslluNow he shall pay for it Sailors seized Tosti quickly mastered him carried him below and by the captains orders put him in irons The incident it is stated is known only to Mr Roosevelt and a few of his fellow passengers Murderer Wants Wifes Insurance Columbus 0 March 30Elmore- G Fillmore of Springfield colored has appealed to the supreme court to collect 230 industrial insurance on the life of his wife whom he pushed into a lake and drowned He is serv ing a sixyear manslaughter sentence in the penitentiary for her death Rear Admiral Converse Dies Washington March 30Rear Ad histon retired list several years ago he was in active service at the time of his death being president of the board of construction of the navy 1 i i iJl T t F l Ad r 1r r Titus WeAT lPair ttadMkt asd ay frUillt A A at is me K in me It It to in is 30 INDIAN BRMES HIT THE TRAIL Crazy Snakes Band Scatters Irite the Halls Fight With the Deputies Oklahoma City Okla March 30A detachment of Crazy Snakes band of belligerent Indians was surrounded by deputy sheriffs near Crazy Snakes home and a lively battle ensued i More than 200 shots were fired and one Indian was killed Eight Indians were captured and the remainder fled with the deputies in pursuit j There were about 15 Indians ifi the band that had taken refuge iuahouse The deputies had tracked them for some distance and were informed by a farmer of their location Advancing from all four sides tine posse fired a volley at the frail house The Indians rushed out scattering among the trees and made a valiant defense The posse firing all the while steadily advanced and soon routed the band None of those cap tured is seriously njured but it is known that a number of Indians were hit by the posses shots Crazy Snakes band apparently has broken up into numerous small groups It seemed that each was try Ing to accomplish his own escape without regard for the grand dreams of the chieftain to realize which they were called together by the smoke of signal fires All efforts at organized resistance seemed to have been droppedThe seemed well able to cope with this latest phase of the situation however and they too scattered out IntS bands They Invaded the hilly and wooded districts of tine Creek nation in a determined effort to hunt down both leaders and mem bers of the war party The wisdom of this policy at once became evident for they soon had captured the fol lowing prominent members of Crazy Snakes forces Little Tiger a sufi chief Esley Larney Jimmie Roe W E Taylor Tom Jeffreys John Lewis Abo Burgess and Simla Harjo who is not related to Chittl Harjo Most of these were heavily armed The captives were started for the camp at Hickory Grounds under heavy guard Orders were Issued that the search be kept up and numerous parties went out to rourid up the ren egades As fast as they are captured they will be hurried to Hickory Grounds which will be established soon as a By this means reconcentradtcamp s expect to but regard it as certain that numerous small engagements will be fought The Indian killed by the posse was the only fatality reported to Colonel Hoffman There are numerous rumors of engagements here and there with varying numbers of fatalities One story told that a posse of farmers near Checotah fought with a large band of negro renegades and killed 20 This with similar reports can not be confirmed A very disquieting condi tion exists throughout the troubled district however arid almost anything in the way of a fight would not be surprising j Crazy Snake Surrounded Oklahoma City Okla March 30 Latest advices from the set of war are to the effect that 300 militiamen have surrounded Crazy SnaKe in the North Canadian bottoms near tierce and his capture is expected at any momentS VOTE ON BONDS Cincinnati Council Authorizes Special Referendum Election Cincinnati 0 March 30ILcity council adopted the necessary resolu tions and Acting Mayor Galvin im mediately signed them to place on a referendum ballot for a special elec tion to be held May 11 1909 the question of issuing 8074500 bondSat 4 per cent to run from 10 to 50 years for various city improvements Among the items are Parks and boulevards 1000000 city hospital 2500000 streets and sewers 1250 000 to abolish grade crossings 185 000 new house of refuge for boys oil cottage plan 500000 Mall Pouches Robbed Georgetown Ky March A daring mall pouch robbery In the alleged thieves secured Whlcii more than 50000 in checks was made public by the locally postoflke officials when Iron and f charred leather of two pouches were found by a boy near the crane from which they had been taken ol Four Trainmen Killed Eagle Pass Tex March 3Four trainmen Engineer L Hoagland for I merly of Bowling Green O H D Ritter a brakeman and two Mexicans were killed when i 3Iexlcan lnt rnt J tional freight train tell throughf a burned bridge near Mimic t a kfl t rkrxy y I JT1I fl I c g4 c I 7 iiWINCHESTER NEWS a 4ryf iifeiESTER NEWS AR t PuIs1iodhy WtothHttr N ws CII l neorprated t QtljSCtb Main Street Winchester Kentucky TDaiiy I Except Suncay Botarad as secondclass matter r ybr 28 1908 at the post officer LitYester Kentuck under the 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery piuly bM year 520 8 week 10 Payable at office or to collector twry weak Mall Delivery Tfc yr 3 00 I1x Jib hs 150 aonth 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES a t Display Per Inch te tune any edition M 25 tkr times within one week 50 jifif week continuously 100 rik calendar month 300 floor weeks four times a week 240 few weeks three times a week 180 our weeks two times a week 120 6w weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts 3 months 10 per- t 6 months 25 per cent one UI 33 13 per cent Rtatffni NoticesPer Line maines notices body type 7cPure reading news headings 15u Both Phones No 91 f TUESDAY MARCH 30 1909 L t PACK UP THE NEWSPAPER vJWe commend the following clipped from a temporary to some ofour business men who do not advertise jfentourage in any way their local V papers f if the people of any community ywge as loyal to the interests of their tpjyn or qity as the neWfjpapers what t splendid competition this country TYouTdsee rlBut they are not Nor is any con siabrablejpart of the people Nor are all the business men or the man ufacturets That town succeeds just inproporhon to the zeal with which itsjeading citizens backup the pat riotism of its newspapers The true newspaper aevotes col fiitr S umns and pages of space to boosting illcity in which it is published The most loyal and devoted boosters of any city are found in its newspaper offices There isa sneering class of v Jteople in every city who finding no good ia anything decry the newspa pers as mongers of sensations and as destroyers Qf character They da mandthe news and the newspaper that is a faithful mirror holds up to ifejreaders the reflection of their own doings If the community is bad its newspaper pages will show it If it isgpod its news articles will show it But the paper itself it is far in advance of the procession With here and there a yellow exception it Stands for the better things stands t unceasingly for the betterment of business conditions constantly seeks in bring r business to the town Better than that it stands for the moral upbuilding of its citizenship sMnds for better civic conditions E111many cities the editors have an uphill task anda lonesome pne There are times when the most dc v tel newspaper man will lose faith in the value of publicity But honest publicity never fails and in the end honest and enthusiastic devotion to citys interest will awaken suffij dent spirit among the people actual ly to accomplish things THE WilTED STATES SENATE j i Periodically during each session of Copgress the members of the United States Senate set aside a day to eulo glze themselves and Senator after Senator tells his brethren how up right pure and statesmanlike they nFanti how grievously the Senate is misunderstood and maligned be a tfpre the country jThe usual defense put forward for f the Senate is that it renders invalu to aBfe services to the country at every session pf Congress by acting as a V breakwater for the Lower House twgJ a I years and Senators for six it is claimed that the Senate is lessVre sponsheit illconsi3ered public clamor more conservaji ei in framing legislation and more careful in ex penditures These are the claims but they are notborne but by the facts It was the Senate that held up the country fpr many weary weeks during the misery of 1893 during the zcjchlof tIre Shermairiiet It is in the Senate that the interests hope to butcher the pending tariff bill Nor is it true that the Senate is morecarefiulwith the peoples money than theliower Hou5ev On the other hand the record shows that i4is much the more extravagant body of the twoI J The New Tork Tidbnne has made an examination of all the appropria tion bills as they passed the House and Senate during the last three years Th6 following is the show lug In 19078 the House made the appropriation bills 732583000 the Senate 786400000 In 19089 the House made the appropriation bills 787087000 the Senate 801993000 In 190910 the House made theiap propriation bill 873j93G000 the Senate 887908000 The total for the House was 2 393006000 while the total for the Senate was 2536 307000 Thus in three years the Senate has increased the countrys expenses ovei what tthe honsd House had deemed suflicieit142701000 or an average of 47567000 year In many ways the United Status Senate ia somewhat expensive luxury THE EDITOR The editor is a man ithn soft snAp He rends the papers and mag azines writes most of things lIt knows least aboutlmL1moejs the peo plo who desire to know him He loves them because they are so for get ul pf sdf and so solicitous of Ins well being They all want to help him OhaJuUf of th m want him ti print news which he does not recognize as news and the other half want him to suppress what he recognizes as good news because they do not regard it of any value or importance The editor has more people trying to help him do whjit Jie doesnt care to do than any otherindividual earth In the midst of it all he keeps his poise seldom reveals the fact that he has any mind to speak of and lets his visitors leave him with a feeling of having achieved something which they havent Thatis why they say he doesnt do as l e agreed when he agreed to do nothing They do not realize how independent he can keep by being agreeable they still have to learn thauibeihg agreeable is not akin to being a foolGirard IHj Anchor ADVERTISING POINTERS Advertising is bread cast upon the waterDont be afraid to leave a little white space in your ad1 v A good ad writer must have plenty of imagination An especially designed signature cut is a good trademark The editorial in the ad gives a per sonality grfincd in no other way Dont be afraid to increase your spAce when you have su good thing A specials border enhances the at tractiveness and pulling power ofan ad It depends upon what kind of business you are in what style of ad to adopt Dont advertise your competitor in your ads Let him pay his own bills Practical Advertising DEATHS AND FUNERALS Ben Williams Ben Williams formerly of this county died at the Lexington Insane Asylum Friday afternoon and was brought here the following day and the remains were buried in the Win chester cemetery with services at the grave by Rev Gumming He was about seventyfive years oldand came of1 a distinguished family Some time ago his mint failed and he was sent to the asylum where he re mained until his aeathv And LIsten toIt Dictates Washington Kejalive inS your breast that little spark of celestial fire called conscience J f 0 MANS NERVE FAILS Kills Wife and Child but Balks rt SelfDestruction Grand Rapids Mich March 30 r George Hoopfer who killed his wife and infant child en their farm near Mancelona and who was later cap tored in the woods has confessed the cnma He said that he and his wife talked all night about how nice it would be for the tl ree of them to die together Finally according to Hoopfers story itwas agreod between them that ho woularlaTrthem all XWith a stick of wood he thereupon this wife and baby over the heads until they were dead He then chop ped their heads off with an ax When he saw them dead he says that he Jost his courage and instead of ki1- llilthibis ft fled into the woods The rMancelona authorities think Hoopfer is insane Wants State Named Lincoln Washington March 30 Represen tatLve Kinkaid of New Jersey one of the Democratic members of the house proposed in a bill he intro duced that the next state admitted to the Union shall be named Lincoln MINE OWNERS WILL ENFORCE DEMANDS Threaten to Abolish Sliding Scale In Anthracite Fields Shamokin Pa March 30 From local oporators In close touch with President Baer of the Reading rail way and Morris Williams of the Penn sylvania Coal company it was learned that imless officials of the United Mine Workers of the three anthracite GEORGE F BAER districts signed another threeyears agreement the same as the one now in force the coal companies would in sist on all conditions reverting hack to 1900 This would mean the abolition of the sliding scale and a reduc tion of 20 per cent- CONFRNC ANNOUNCED Coal Operators and Miners Will Meet In Philadelphia Next Veek Indianapolis March 30Thomas L Lewis president of the United Mine Workers of America said that a con ference with the anthracite mine op erators would be held in Philadelphia the latter part of next week Asked as to the attitude the nation al union would take toward the declaration of the operators that they would recognize only the anthracite districts of the union JUe said That matter I shall not discuss until we meet the operators in Philadelphia THE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 35 007 15 cows 4 005 75 heifers 3 25G 00 bulls 3 755 25 stockers and feeders 3 305 40 Calves3 508 35 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 3 006 60 lambs 7 00S 25 yearlings 6 007 35 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 7 007 15 butchers 957 10 light mixed 6 tIc 85 choice light 80g 95 packing 8086 95 pigs 5 06 35 Wheat No2 rod 251 27 CornNo3 6H4 65Vlc Oats No 2 54Jic East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tie 6 006 75 shipping steers 00 6 25 butcher cattle 6 006 50 hollers I 506 00 cows 3 505 50 bulls 350 5 00 Calves Best 9 009 50 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 50 006 50 wothers 6 506 75 ewes 00G 25 lambs 7 008 40 yearlings 7 007 50 HogsHeavies 40 mediums F 30 7 40 Yorkers 7 107 30 pigs 4O6 roughs 25C 40 stags 55 25 Plttsbiirg1 PaCattle Choice 50 r C5iprime 56 206 40 tidy butchers ip Q5 85 heifers 53 005 50 bulls kgs and cows 52 505 25 fresh cows 525 0050 00 CalvesVeal 56 008 75 Sheep and arnbsPrImo wothers 6 40 3 6 50 mixed 56 00G 35 lambs t5 0O7 OOSriiSpring lambs 510 0013 00 Hoss Prime heavy hogs 57 357 40 mttlirtrtv 17 307 35 heavy Yorkers light Yorkers 907 05 pigs W25r 50 Cleveland 0Cattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 25 fat steers 55 756 00 holfdrilI 5 cows 5 263 50 springersiAii55and Isimlj t j zheep 6 255 75 ethers 5 ewcs 55 50575 lambS Iie hogsMixed 7 20 hoovles t rdlums 7 257 30 Yorkers 7 iitr 2ijG35stass g ron il 06 40 Cincinnati i Vhoat No 2 red J OJIUL t j r ItSqSW- COatsrNp 2 S Ac nyeXo 2 83c Lar1990il0 Bulk Ments9 aiy Bacoiv + 510 00 Hogs 5 lID7 3o GattJej32 75 RC 25 Shep2 255 75 008 00 TotUo d Wheat 51 29 corn 680 oiL iTye 6So clovcrseed S5 IS t r fORMER OillOAN DIES Dr CanfihidWac at One Time Presi dent of Ohfo State University New York March 30 Dr James H Canfield librarian of Columbia university and distinguished as an edu cator died in St Lukes ospital after a short illness from apoplexy His illness was brought on by a serious shock following a streetcar accident last Saturday A brewery truck struck the car in which he was riding and the pole of the truck went through the side of the car within a few inches of Dr Canfleld who was taken to his home In a state border ing on collapse Dr Canfleld was born in Delaware 0 in 1847 iud had been librarian of Columbia college for ten years Be fore being elected to this position ho was president of OhiQ Stae univer sity fpr four years He was a graduate of Williams A chair of history was created for him in the University of Kansas and he afterwards became president of the University of Ne braska Before entering upon educa tional work he was admitted to the bar and practiced for six years in Michigan Gans Has Tuberculosis Denver Colo March 30Joe Gans former worlds champion lightweight pugilist has developed tuberculosis of the lungs and may never again be seen in the ring Referee Charlie White is quoted as being responsible for the statement WOMAN KIDNAPER TO BE RELEASED SOON Mrs Ma Said to Be Opposed to Prosecution Mercer Pa March 30 The pre liminary hearing and safe return to the Mercer jail of James H Boyle and the rumor that his woman companion may escape prison and soon regain her liberty are the latest developments in the Whitla kidnaping casb The opinion is spreading that Mrs Boyle will hot be prosecuted and that she will soon be allowed to depart There is said to be no local proof to connect her with the abduction and as she absolutely refuss to sid the authorities the supposition Is that she will soon be free It is said her prosecution is not eagerly desired by Mrs Whitla whose wishdS are likely to be respected No results arc known of the at tempt to 1oitethe alleged accom plices and i appears as if Boyle is to bear the entire punishment for the abduction Boyle waived examina tion and was held to the grand jury in 25000 bail Mrs Boyles Defense Pittsburg March 30News that Mrs Boyle may never be brought to trial for her alleged part in the ab duction of Willie Whitla was received here with interest Detective Harry Perkins who has been very active in tbp ease declares that the woman will have a very plausible defense if she is given a hearing From what Mrs Boyle has told me said Mr Perkins I believe she will have a straightforward story to tell on the stand She will say that she had been sick for two or three weeks previous to the kidnaping of the boy and that her husband Jimmie Boyle had come to see her and told her that the boy had been placed in their care by its father Her story I think will continue that she understood the boy had been exposed to smallpox and that they were to get a large sum of money from the father for taking care of it DEATH COMES SUDDENLY Lieutenants Wife Expires After Vis iting Disabled Officer Washington March 30Returning from p visit to Lieutenant Semmes Read military naval aide to President Taft who is lying in the naval hos pital here suffering from Injuries received recently by a fall from his horse Mrs Adelaide Snowden wife of Lieutenant Commander Thomas Snowden of the presidents yacht Mayflower was taken suddenly ill and removed to the Emergency hospital where she died about 15 minutes later The cause of death was given as cerebral hemorrhage Two Robbers Captured Trenton Mo March 30Every road within a radius of 15 mile of this city is being watched in an e11ort to capture the last of the three robbers who looted a number of stores in Spickard 12 miles north of here and later seriously wounded Marshal George Caraway in a fight at James port Two of the men have been captured and are now in the Gallatin jail THE MEAT OF IT Qn its plea of guilty to the charge of rebating the New York Central Railroad company paid a fine of 10 000 in the United States circuit court at New York Three men were killed by the sud den collapse of a wall they were tearing down at Los Angeles Gal All marriages solemnized during the past 50 years at the Church of St James Bradwell Eng have been declared ifiegal by reason of the church having never boon authorized to sol emnize marriages r Capital 100000 Undivided Profits i6oo- ooWinchesIerBak THg OIe WINCHESTER KY H =t N tH WITHER POON PRESIDENTJ W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR COOUNTSI dW GILBER1 BOTT I J Fresh 6 Cured Meats J IFIsb Vegetables Country Produce PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK J W S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed 0 Repaired We do French Cleaning and Guarantee Satisfaction Ladles Party Dresses aSbeclalty Give Us a Trial and we do the rest All called for and delivered 24 W Court St Home Phone 645 Winchester Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEVEKSOK Attorney At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky CALL ON- NELSONJeTransferMap by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Thousand Heads For Two Thousand Hats Whnted You can have your choice if you come early enough to pick out the best sample Hat at SOc on the Dollar Just now received from leading manu faoturert at the- SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main St CINCINNATI HULORING CO P Hr MANN Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYEINQ SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER PIIOXE 528 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest anti best institution IB the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour tha best made KQrr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eQual FREEDOM OF THE PRESS IN EUROPE 1559 to print in France without special authority from the king was punishable by death It was not un til 1881 that the law recognized the liberty of the press and of book sell ing Liberty of the press was secured to AustriaHungary in the constitution of 1867 III both Germany and Italy what is called this liberty of the press begunui 1848 Belgium was a European pioneer Hr constitution of 1831 declared her press free r REAL ESTATE DEALS v Dr M S Browne sold to Mr Tom Robinson a lot on Burns avenue Ptfce 1500 r Mr Tom Robinson sold to Dr M S Browne four lots fln the west side of Bloomfield avenue at 375 each SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS i ftIf YSTEJrIs I The PennantWinning Clothes bfor young men are L SYS j TEM Clothes Theyre ultra smart and cut with that easy i J tgrace and flowing freedom that young men dote on J f L SYSTEM Clothes for Spring embody every fad and frill iofthe haughtiest custom tailors at nontailorish prices Dashing Distinctive Different they make the mediocre figure look manIy and Jhe manly figure Iqokomanlier Look for the Lon every gaM fr meat Its your warrant ofworthj dour pledge of perfection r J i Rupard Stewart rJ fp J I r HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD FREEWITH NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER I HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is the most complete book in a compact space published- It contains 75 colored maps with data up to the minuto Historical sketches of our Presidents from George 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35000000 II 1 ADyERTISINJiMT Wrr i ST- 5rs I 01 t F fr I t 1lt i f I TTHr WINCHESTER IiEWS 1II1hr IIlllmmmnmli lImmmlmmmm m Ie LI F TON HIOSSI will put on sale this week a big line of Dry Goods in Silks Wash Goods Dress Goods iii- m Kid Gloves and Notions Come and see the new uptothe minute styles m aII Silk Department Ask to see the new Salome Silk the Rajah the Indro Shantung and the Shah m Beautiful line Foulard Silk 49c up Seco = Silk dotted and plain in all shades Chelsea Silks in bordered styles white mEj grounds with fancy figures Arnold mE Spangle Silks in fact all the new things out are here Come and see them Dress Goods All the new things in Satin Finish Dress goods just the think for a spring dress All shades in fancy stripes and solid colors White ground Suitings in Serge and Batiste with black stripes SuitingsII IINew Neckwear iiiJabots Dutch Collars Stocks Irish Bows Lace Bows and Ruchings gGlovesIn Silk Kid Gloves all shades and all prices Perrin is the best Kid Glove made We are sole agents for themJ1 taW i Entertainment llr Gilbert Atlee Eldridge Impersonator will be here on Wednesday March 31 under the aupsices of the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church Mr Eldridge comes highly recommended and presents a wide ly varied artistic and popular repertoire of costumed interpretations of a high order changing quickly from humorous to pathetic and from dra matc to sentimental representations Huylers LectureRecital The Ladies Home Missionary So ciety of the M church South will for the first Winchester audience the KentuckyI Wesleyan Lecture Recital Male Company at the courthouse April 6 The entertainment consists of a lecture by Pres Taylor read ings by Jfrof Dalgetyand TO SEE US S Judging from the tremendous sales we have- had the past two weeks on Seed Potatoes and Garden we know we are cheaper than anyone Compare prices and quality and see for yourself that we can save you money tt As we have warned you before dont be mis led by cheaper and inferior grades Both No 40e us your Eggs we will pay the highest market price 8 Go SOLE AGENTS Ferndell Pare Foods Candles rIt i I r J jI4 i E present Tuedsay evening selections Seeds Chase 8 Sanborns Coffees Prices Lard and Susge J J I- rL f i 2 r k Towels Napkins and Table Linens Special sale in Towels Napkins and Table Linens this week Hosiery KNOTJlR guaranteed for six months black tan and shades 200 and 300 per onehalf dozen This is the best silk lisle hose made for 50c CADET HOSE for ladies misses and especially guaranteed for children very elastic never binds leg knee very strong and durable rip proof and rub proofno seam to touch any tender part of toe 25c a pair dr Our line of Hosiery is the best to be had in this country both for ladies misses and children We carry Lord Taylor lines in all goods Wash Goods 2500 yards Gingeam A F Can du Noid per yard1212c 100Q yards Cheviots and Ginghams goon sale at 10c 1500 yards Novelty and fancy Wash materials the newest out25c I CLIFTON ROSSmmmmWWlliatWmWWal lSOCIETY quartetI DONT FAIL Phones RWRounsavall Glover Walter and A J Rosser is doing splendid workThe proceeds of the lecture recit al will be devoted to charitable pur poses by the Methodist ladies It will be a good entertainment given in a good cause by good 1eo 1eI The College Coquette is progressing splendidly and promises tobe a most interesting play The Girls Missionary Society of the Methodist church South will have a candy and aporn sale on Sat urday beginning at 9 oclock in the Lindsey building HoseIand IHats womans cy things to wear It is no mistake to place the peach basket hat among the topmost topics of the present hour Touching the other extreme there is the proposal to increase the tariff on stockings although we are not the habit of cultivating fashions forI revenue only Despite the threatening duties there are to be many tints from violet to violent with or without ornamental designs from elusive to exuberant Mrs QI G Sadden will be hostess for the Euchre Club Thursday afternoonI Mrs 0 G Hadden and Miss Nancy Stevenson will entertain at Fortytwo Thursday evening- PERSONAL Mr Robert Guinn returned home Monday from Mt Sterling Miss Sara Beverly Jouett spent Tuesday in Lexington the guest of friendsMr Louis D Hagan is in Kansas in the interest of the Hagan Gas Engine Company Mrs J C Blackwell of Stanton is the guest of her mother Mrs Robert Prewitt Mrs Rowland and son James of Paris were the guests of Mrs Ped dicord and family A J Read of Louisville as of Meeers Tom and John i l d r= t X j t JI 500 yards Galatia Cloth all shades and stripes just the thing for suits for the boys and girls 2000 yards Percales and dark grounds 12 l2c Seersuckers and Linens 10c to 12 12ci Every shade of Linen both in solid color and stripes25c to SOc per yard White Goods Laces and Embroideries 32inch Linons both sheer and heavy the best values to be had at 25c 29c 35c SOc 104 Linen Sheeting value 100 also 125 and 150 values Flaxon Dimities India Linon Waist ings and Checksl0c per yd up to SOc Everything you can ask for in these lines ft Muslin Underwear A beautiful line of fresh new goods in muslin underwear on sale at bargain pricesWE S H STAMPS mmm tWJnb mmm tttEi Williams Bracelets Necklaces and Shirtwaist The greatest care has ben taken in the selection of our line of Bracelets Necklaces and Shirtwaist Rings for this season have much that is new and exclusive in these lines I Iand we hope for your particular attention to them I CHBOWEN e of Miss Emma Bush are glad to know that she is improving Emma returned IMiss afternoon from a delight with friends in Mt Ster lingPres H K Taylor was in Sharps burg on business Mr Robert Willis returned to Monday after a visit here with Mr Frank Rogers Mrs George Hon was in Leking ton Mrs Henry Nunelley was in Lexington Mr and Mrs M T MoEldwoney spent in Mt Sterlingi Miss Roberta Shepherd of Lexington is the charming guest of Dr and Mrs Nunneley at 138 West Hickman street Mr Wiley Taul home from Mt Ster ling Miss Anna Mae Hisle spent Mon day in Mt the guest of friendsJAMES A CURRY IS DEAD Aged Philanthropist and Churchman Victim of Pneumonia LEXINGTON Ky March 30 James A Curry aged eighty philanthropist churchman and leading bus iness man died of pneumonia after a1 weeks illness He was the senior member of the wholesale grocery firm of Curry Tunis Nor wood y Mr Curry had givenmuch money in benefactions and recently have 1000 tpjthe y Mt Q A here Id help IOt a dencit one of thelur gest single eftsever 1I efe localJbranch t ttil J J l r r i l t r r + J Jeweler and oPtici nJII RETURNS FROM MOUNTAIN TRIP Professor Taylor Delivers Many SpeechesPatronage Se cured For College President Taylor ims just returned from a three days trip into the mountains where he spoke in behalf of the college and did other work for the institution He delivered four ad dresses and traveled some 200 miles a part of which was almost unpass able Considerable patronage has al ready been secured from the mountains and the prospects are good for more On liu3p night he Prof Dal getYand the male quartette gave entertainment at Sharpsburg to anI large mid enthusiastic audience church was beautifully decorated the ladies with purple and white and pot plants and everybody wore the colors in honor of the college Ur gent requests were made fquj a repetition of the entertainment KT C has a strong pull on Sharpsburg HAS DECIDED ID SURRENDER Says He is Afraid To Do So To Local To Pro tect All Indians GUTHRIE Okla March 30 Crazy Snake has sent word to the of ficers that he had decided to sur render but feared to do so to the local authorities The militia is to be instructed to protect all Indians who will be broughti r I tSs j7 r = 1 Suits Dont pass us by when looking for ISuits for any and all We will show you some things formless money you can find Dont take our word but come and see mus New goods received every Silk Suits 1250 to 3750 im Wash Suits 1000 to 1500 m Wool Suits x25003000 and 4000 Silk Coats X iR75 up Cloth Coats 575 to 1250 New line of Skirts allfprices 495 to 1650 rtm ToClseout at Bargain Prices- Come at OnceMSilk all Wash waists in tailor made andI iL 13 u Imm mmmmmm m m WWmEimtb WR tnmt1W w Delightful Quartet Bring light Larrimer 1Mr rf light GIVE Rings WeathersThe Turnbull Monday Lexington Monday Monday Monday returned Monday afternoon Sterling yesterday rf CRAZY SNAKE AuthoritiesMilitia r m occasions beautiful than fMa day Petticoats Lingerie f I 0c aOT ST T I Electric Current We Furnish Electric Current Day and Night for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current for Motors to Do Your Washing 4 Run Your Sewing Machine t Run Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair Run Smoothing Iron To Do Your Ironing Run Soldering Iron To Do Your Soldering We Furnish Current for All Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for Less a Money Than Anyother Plant in Kentucky w Winchester Railway Light Ice Co L INCORPORATE IHe Wanted Some The banquet table was spread and the guests about to be summoned Are you sure that there are no re porters present anxiously asked the host of the butler Tve fnade certain of it sir Then hustle out and get a few rejoined tie host- l f i t t t fl f i ttl 3 J jJII i r TfTaiJ 1 1i r 14 i r rI A Mans Birthday We do not know whence a raaa comes nor whither he goes yet we choose his birth or death day to cele brate his recurring century We should choose his day of artilcV neat London Saturday RetfiSr I f t r ri t Lt1I t I1teDJ TNflN1Ti- I 1ijgry- I r BlMND WmTOcii I rDJUTRA7rOlV A 1JlT CPYRIGUrD7 l 5O5 ILL jrddn7t cavshe cried ltFs You couldnt stay for my dinner but you could come down here andS covered her face with her hand and burst suddenly into tears Ver ion gazed at her in astonishment Why dearest he said leaning over and trying to take her in his arms She drew away from him and sobbed Vernon glanced about the robin helplessly He pleaded with biuVshe MQUld not listen neithe would shebe comforted but continu y tosob Vernon in a mans at guts with a weeping woman stood up Amelia Amelia He bent over her and spoke firmly You must not T toSuddCnly d out his watch Heavens he cried Its half pas t ten She tried to control herself then and sitting up began to wipe her eyesI gk now rshould have been in the sen lute alt ten oclock I hate to leave you getiiHe wafted an instant then he went oz Ii Arent you going to say Good byV I Amelia got up tJig o too she said She was still catching little sobs in her throat now and then Vernon looked at he in some surprise Why he began incredulously- She musthave divined his surprise I have to help Mrs Hodge L explanUonButOh nonsense dearest he said Impatienjtiy Come on Lets start waysheand standing before a mirror wiped her eyes carefully then arranged her hat and her veil Would anybody know she asked facing about for his inspection onIThey went out and down the clays tor When they reached the entrance I Never Come On Vernon looked up and down the scree- but there was no carriage in sight The street was quiet and the hotel b wore an air of desertion telling th all the political of Illinois ifl4b en Transferred to the state house A Vernon looked around the corner but r the old hack that always stood the postTflWelV he said Itl take too long for them to get a ca riage around for us Its only a fe ks anyway The airwill do y rgoodt As they set forth in i the bright morning sun they were calmer and x havingcome out into public view for the time being they dropped their d If ferepces and their misunderstandings sand began to talk in their common ordinaryfashion Did Mrs HodgeLathrop ask y ouDirs to change me en the Ames amendment Vernon asked her The what The Aires amendment that q tin woman suffIage measure didntWhatjSbesaid she wanted me to work against it thats all nt sho say anythingVaboiit ask r ring me not to vote for it V yell yes but I toldherhatrVv v That J wouldnt try to influence you In theleast Vernon eno reply t shovent on Im to war- agaipst k i it ofcourse Theywere silent then till sudden if hefujale tohim Pr tt 1 j it J t r t T 3rl f J t I1 r f Oh Morley Ive got to askStrang men men I never met tovote against it How am I riveri Sh shuddered sIts all very strange Vernon sald r CHAPTER XIV IThcY walked briskly down the slo t under the railroad bridge whereorn see the big flag high upon th ddome standing out in the prairie wind and the little flags on the house win and the senate wing whipping joyous ly sprightly symbols of the sitting of both houses Now and then they heard cheers legslativeI ready beginning They passed into the dark and cool corridors of the state house then up to the third floor where members and messenger boys correspondents and page boys rushed always cross from one house other swinging hurriedl tIaround the brass railing of the r tunda It seamed that the tide of settinginOh Morley whispered Amelia forgetting his offense and clingtn- close to him I cant go in ther gereally I cant Nonsense said Vernon come on rIll deliver you to Mrs HodgeLa throp in a minute then youll be per yourlobbying entrancena senator opened a way through the crowd for their passage There was confusion everywhere the nervous and excited themgall ries from all around And just as they stepped up to the raised floor whereon the desks of senators are placedthe gavel fell and stillness with it They saw the lieutenant governor leaning over his desk studying a slip of paper he held in his hand On this question he said the yeas are 30 and the nays are 17 and twothirds of the memberselect hav affirmativeIVernon stood transfixed The whole thing was borne in upon him he saw Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop and the expression of calm and lofty satisfac tion that had settled On her face told him that it was the Ames amendment that had been lost But some new thought seemed her for when Senator Porter looked around with something like a smile of congratulation she beckoned him and he has tened to her side Move to reconsider and to lay on the table she said and with a look marIethe wasIOverman HodgeLathrop Ah Morley she said calmly you here And Amelia Shes here he saidand II did j not get here on time The shame and mortification on his face were pitiable though they could not have touched Mrs Overman HodgeLathrops heart timetWhy my dear boy said Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop I didnt ln atend that you should He looked at iherjfierplY angrily a second berefierce look on Amelia orleYrMrs Overman HodgeLathrop abut you neednt look at Amelia so was utterly innocent the dear little thing Ameliacame up She had seen Ver nons expression What is itwhat has happened 1 she inquired C Well r got here too late thats all said Vernon I was detained and HodgeLathrop has just now kindly told me thJat she had arranged that I should he Im ruined thats all Im lost No Morley saM Mrs HodgeLa throp ybure saved Youre saved from yourself She still smileS at him sweetly You might have made dont you know another one of your sp ech tfJVernon bit his lip and walked away He encountered Martin but could only look at him helplessly Martin returned his look wth one of surprise You here he said Well yesrx replied Vernon At lasttoo late it seems The surprise had not left Martins face to it was now added a perplexity I If wed known sail Martin but J L j I i ye thought that is teliearfl mat YOU had ducked Yertvon shook his IWIMI as with a painVthat would notJet him speak He rwa looking disconsolately across the chamber to where Miss Greene stood talking with Bull Burns As n a dream he heard Mrs OverhianHodgei Lathrop exclaim Ah there is that Greene woman Mrs Overman Hodge Li throp wa 5tlifting her gold glasses again f Verno was wondering how Be liras to face the dreene woman But at Mrs Over iman lot n ithrops words an idea came fni Tir goring her and introduce herb vsaiiTj He bolted away an tweet yafd her She was cold arid distant Fortunately Burns flea at his approach Can you forgive me he said Ill explain it in an instant And howshe asked with a cliil- rise In her tone OvermaHodgeLathrop n cant Jp v answeredeh l iermit me he said She lodgeLathroption to the rear of the chamber and there awaited Vernons return nibs Overman HodgeLathrop permit me to present Miss Greene Miss Ansley Miss Greene And so on in the order of relative rank he introduced her to the other ladies eYx nee a smile nicegme but what was the name LathrupVernon LathropsOverman HodgeLathrop seemed to the eye to swell You have a charming little cit here Mrs Lathrop We poor Ghi cagoans love to get down into the cquntry once in a while you know Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop back a little YNo doubt she stammered I have always found it so Miss Greene feigned surprise and affected a look of perplexity Vernon withdrew a step and with his chin in Stgother women the r Not So Very Strange Fancy Sal d Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop party exchanged glances of horror and Wrath Mrs Barbourton for her jMrsin Chicago she interjected Oh cried Miss Greene Is it possible How very strange that one could live in the city all ones life and not have heard Not so very strange I fancy said Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop Ones circle Is apt to be so far removed Yes said Miss Greene with that rising inflection Then you can not have lived In Chicago long All my Ute snapped Mrs Over man HodgeLathrop So long as that said Miss Greene incredlUilitMrs y colored You are enjoying ycmr visit inthe Springfield I trust You have seen the Lincoln monument and the homestead How very interesting th must be And the legislature novelty dont you find it so S hdrawButachieved a smileI We have not enjoyed the pleasur of sightseeing On the contrary we c ne to appear before the senate she said Miss Greene surveyed her critically with that look in which one woman inspects another womans attire S then extended her critical scrutiny the dress of the others To be sure she aidI should have known TJieiJdies again exchanged glanCe its Barbourton plainly could not bear that their position should be equivocal She doubtless had her little vainglorious wish to have their success known Mrs Qyerman HodgeLathrop came down to appear in opposti to the womans rights resolution She emphasized the word woman as if hot for worlds have been a woman herself Indeed i exclaimed Miss Greene I anijSuro her appearance must ha i a Very Convincing argument She gave her opponent another sea ing glance Mrs Overman Lathrop was having difficulty in get tinff her breath lTn To Coutmueff SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWSr nJt 4Yya v 2 v t tr 1 t ir DROOTH STRIKES CflRk COUNTY rfioesOvnevan WEdResult In DoubPUntll Last Precinct Is Hc rdFromGoodOrder Pre jILabored Ninetythree Saloons an shResultSpringfield 0 March 30With th heaviest vote in local history Clark ian the local option election The tot tilvoteThe election affects 97 saloons in th ic jjjThelast precinct was heard from The city had voted wet with a majority of 1846 The county returns However Mites for the drys and it was merely a question of whether the Nbighear from the wets had a majority of 107 votes and an impromptu celebra tion was held by toe saloon me thYe the last precinct was being counted on the edge of the town and tire drys forged ahead with a ma QJdrys11 votes Order considering the excitement attendant to the election was good GUiDED BY COMMISSION Qolonel Winn Discusses Kentucky MMeral manager of the New Louisvill- Jockey club made a statement garding the racing situation in Ke tucky He said The state commission will meet next Thursday morning at Lex ington at which time the New Lou Jsville Jockey club will apply f dates fore the spring meeting Churchill Downs We shall be guided by the action of the commission as in the past as tothe duration of the meeting and itsrules governing racing In this connection I emphatically deny any intention upon the part of the New Xoujsiille Jockey club to participate In conducting an allsum rater race meeting As to Latonia President Harvey Myers has indic aed that the meeting given byhe La tonia Jockey club rill not last long e han 30 days gaSavesAda 0 March aOMrs Mary Wil son 83 is at tne point of death with injuries sustained while trying toI avoid injuring a pet cat MrsVilson hter to save the feline from injury she fell and fraeI tured her hip onMIRYUnable to Stand Criticism Follows Daughters Marriage Oakland Gal March 30 Archdea con Emery has resigned His formal resignation together with a letter ex plaining his reasons for desiring to sever his connection with the diocese phandsThe notoriety coming at this ti through the marriage of his daught Helen Gladys Emery to Gunjiro Aa kii713 has been a source of great worry clergyman and because of the criticism it has caused he thought best to resign Lakess30Withhin cowbe Ptween the cities of Cleveland and steescan Cleveland will be put In wireless touch with other cities on the Gre Lakes By rune 1 at the latest the Great Lakes Radio Telephone com pany with headquarters here expects telephotone en 29 cities and 300 lake vessels Fired Into Crowd Sapulpa Okla March 30Tom Rivers a noted Kentuckian was fatal ly shot and Officer Clarence Rupert seriously Wounded here in a light in a gambling resort The room was ft of men and Ruper fired five tim into the crowd onHermit Cremated = Piqua 0 March 30JackWrenn known as Lone Jack and as Jack Wittnut a Handle was found dead Jn a houseboat the Miami burnedvedeath F rcCortelyou On the Job jCortelyoutreasury formally assumed the ofH of president of the Consolidated G tompany heie Y1t I II i 6 REAT OFCHLLDREN i CHORUS jar rf er 500 School Boys ands Girls to Sing at Louisville May Music FeStivalr The May music festival which is to be given at Louisville May 6 7 and chilelrcnse bnirltidlLQuffivillehave undertaken some of bedage and the owing already made indicates for u unique succe- sseInto the World Che great cantata of Beniot is the chief part of their program though Messengers of beaualThere is to be a specially her Americaesung b the armory will rise and join th ildren in singing the last stanza of the national anthem For the past six months the work of the children has been directed by ss Caroline Bourgard teacher of m in the Louisville public schools VaItcr Damrosch director of the ew York Symphony Orchestra who festivalheard nornprodilationThis action means that Miss Born hard will have it distinction conferred few women that of wielding the gild directing the workof Americas greatest orchestra and at the same time the singing of the tar = gest childrens chorus ever assembled- in this section They will appear at the matinee of Saturday May 8 COUNTY ADVOCATEDn MT STERLING Ky March 29 Amass meeting was held at the court house Saturday afternoon for tile Assoawas to order by Dr W R Thompson Pres ident of the Business Mens Club and L T Chiles was elected chair uiairAvith squire Tume Bruce Trimble and W H Wood secretaries The plan was putlinpd by Dr Thompson Mr1ChilesBlagstaff V v The following resolution was adopted Whereas It is proposed to or nize a company for the purpose of grounds and having a nt Mt Sterling Ky now we the failI dersigndd citizens lipreby su for the number of shares set opposite our respective names and which shares are for 25 each onefourth of which subscription is to be Mnid as soon as the company is organized efourth when work is begun on the and the remaining onehalf when work is completed ragTire following committee was appointed by Chairman Chiles Messrs Albert Bridges Squire Tume James R Magowan Dan II Young J II Gillispie Nick HaddSn Thomas J4 iBigstaff R Bruce Young who will incorporation articles and tomeon 113 at 2 oclockStoThe company probably will be iIi corporatedat 15000 This count is one of the leaflets in life Staid in highbred stock of all kinds ant years ago used to hold one of the best fairs in the State t 5TetS FIRST ONE Watdrug store The young man at the telephone therefore could be heard by all the customers who ranged about the soda fountain His face beamed as he talked Everything is all right he wa saying ccIfsam4IYesm Eleven pounds Belutif ful boy Likemc they say Maam Wouldesyou ught it best not to Didnt want to worry you lIIa am 1 Iessm Ill attend to all tliat Maam a9rutoaway boy Jlanm 1 looksjUitHe rang off and walked proudly obnse countenances pf hIs interested listeners ranged uj our the soda liain- i + + f I 7 0 tt 11 fClark Cpunty INCORPORATED ConstructionCa IITWfik 4f the muri and kill climbing tax paid each year F He Reali caN cst the I ar Much as a peer ell On IIpplicationMethods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds mnd Ipr1vats Crushed and Bunding Stone Always on Sale andSandsame in any quanitydesiredj eThe putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guanteedJ FJcrth Main mers J I Fr C todayment and see for yotjrelf how wonderfully it re iuvenate an old chair or in fact any piece of furniture that is badly marred h v It comes in 36 colors anti has a uses J Oak Dark Oak Walnut Mahogany Cherry Jfe1 achite Green Ox Blood Red Brilliant Black Dead Black JidAIv All Sizes from 15 cts to 250 LACE CURTAIN CARPET CLEANER and AH Spring Cleaning Requisites Phillips Drug lCor Ifs a con1dor1 specia1tiesEvery easilyinto planingThat as well as asatisfactorj one quickness spells economy ilyou plan any building repairing or improving come here for mill work that willcut in half both the time and the cst v R P SCOBEE SON 8l COINCORPORATED New FirmWe hiT leased the J W Oliver property on Nortli Main street and want to call the attention of the people of Winchester and surrounding country to the fact thatwehave put in a Full Line of Coal Lime Cement Sand Brick Lath Plaster Sewer Pipe Corn Oats T and Kay h e are Agents for the EAGLE FERTILIZER and we would also be pleased to show you the celebrated Webber Wagons any size Ve conduct Peed and Hitch Stable Special attention Saturday and Court Day patrons We are in a position iiieet the Lowest Price on all good in our ins and Our Motto is One Hundred Cents to the Dollar QU1c ales and Small Profits Powell SV DaWsonName Phone 738 17 Street Cai And Tenn Phone 27- Winchesters Ky Jtr Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 s Surplus M2000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Will give you courteous treatment and attend pro pl1yIand carefully to all business entrusted to us D Simpson Pres IJ T Phillips VPres i i f t1r as 15 vilk hundred i So to to East A H Hampton Cashier J W Poynter Asst CaShier Ji l lyS tt h CZ Ilb rt f- I I L Z c t r crf THE WINCHESTER JlEWw rt t BIItit a fM I OckTV OF EQUITY aIJROES A WOOL POOL i Circular Signed by President Cantriit and Secretary is Sent Out CALHOUN Ky March 29Tlu Kentucky State Union of the America l Society of Equity is sending out a circular to all members of the or ganizatibn for the different count union tosend delegates to a meet iugvAtfiicjh is to be held at Elizabeth tpwii on Thursday April 15 for tin purpose of organizing a woolgrow Aeia5 branch of the A S of E Fol ldwingis the call rt State Headouarters Kentucky State Union A Sof E Calhoun Ky March 23To all members of tin abovenamed society in Kentucky who are interested in the production of wool Please take notice that in accordance with a resolution adopted by the State convention held in Mad isonville on January 14 and 15 it ants become our duty to call a con vention for the purpose of organizing 4 wool growers department of the American Society of Equity in Kentucky said convention to be com posed of delegates selected from the several county unions of the State and in counties having no county or ganization locals malsenddclcgates the number of be on same basis as is provided for State convention A Sof E By authority vested in us as out lined ahpve we hereby call said con vention to meet in Eilzabethtown Hardin county on Thursday Apri 15at 10 oclock a m for the pur pose of organizing such wool grow cte department and for the trans acting ofsuch business as pertains toile full purposes as arc set fortl ip the Respectfullyb J C CANTRILL Jwlt President- S B ROBERTSON Secretary Kentucky State Union A Sof E- At the abovenamed time and piKentuckyare called to meet for the transac tion of important business pertaining to ihe organization workand othci maters that may come before tin board at that time J C CANTRILL President i liS B ROBERTSON Secretary Kentucky State Union A S of B- APPROYS ACTION OF THE SCHOOL BOARD In Appointing Committee to Inves tigate Purchase of Atldi x tional Ground T6 the Editor o fThe News- I see from your editorial of Mon dayVthat the columns of The Newt are open to the public so I wish tc avail myself of your offer to call the attention of the public tc What I consider a very wise action on the part of our school board in nplj inting a committee to see after purchasing a strip of ground just south of the Washington street school lot I know of nothinir that the wonldshforever protect this property from chenpdelliframe school building and in additioi totheI ahi deeply interested in the public Schools of this city and I hope the purchaseto the hands of some one else Yours for tIq good of the childrent A FATHER Have Equality In Rank In the Turkish navy the crew and officers of a warship form a regiment arid the officers hold the same rank as on land The captain is lieutenant coloneland so on y Some Heavy Swells Society is like a wave comments a contemporary lie then explains why but misses the main point which Is that there are some heavy swells San Antonio Express Sam Noticed the Distinction oA rich man once visited his stable and watched an old groom currying a favorite horse You have worked for me a longtime havent you Sam queried the rich man Yes sir re plied the groom Me an this hose have Worked for you 1 T years Ah and I hope you have been well treat ed Sam said the employer Oh aint coraplainin none said Sam But me an th hoss was sick at th same time an I noticed that while you hired a doctor for th hoss you docked my pay for th time I lost i i s MOON CUES BACK Tennesseean Denounces Colleagues Who Adoptfd Caucus Resolution Washington March 30The tariff question was again discussed in the house of representatives In a session lasting ten and a half hours Not one of the many speakers favored the Payne bill in Its entirety while the Democrats found much in it to criti cise and condemn The maximum proposious to them while Republicans urged higher duties on lumber iron pottery and zinc ore as well as a duty on coalMr Moon Tenn scathingly denounced those of his Democratic colleagues who adopted the caucus reso lution disciplining the 23 Democrats who supported the Fitzgerald amendment to the rules furnishing the only exciting incident Those who spoke on the tariff were Messrs James of Kentucky Cushman- of Washington Kennedy of Ohio Gil lette of Massachusetts Scott of Kan sas Peters of Massachusetts Deike ma of Michigan and Hull of Tennessee Swifts Son Insane Chicago March 30Herbert L Swift son of the late packing pioneer Gustavus F Swift was adjudged in sane by the county judge at a hearing held at the request of relatives He was committed to a sanitarium at Kenilwortn NAVAL PROGRAM IS STRONGLY INDORSED iHouse Refuses to Censure British Government London March 30By a strict par ty vote of 353 to 135 the house of commons refused to express lack of confidence in the governments naval policy The motion on which the notable debate hinged was proposed by Arthur Hamilton Lee Conserva tive member of the house from Hants It set forth that in the opin policy10fling the immediate provision for bat tleships of the newest type does not sufficiently secure the safety of the empireIThe result or the vote on the ques tion was expected but the debate preceding it was one of the most mo imentous that the house has listened to for years The assembly of diplo mats and peers testified to Its international as well as domestic impor tance Leaders on both sides spoke besides several lesser lights A J Balfour and Mr Lee accused the cab inet of incompetency and demanded that eight Dreadnaughts be laid down Greys speech was by far the most notable contribution to the debates because of its remarkable candor He dwelt on the diplomatic aspects of the BritishGerman rivalry and the hopelessness of expecting any cessation of the race for armaments and he predjcted eventual European bankruptcy if it continued BURIED WITH PICTURE Electrocuted Woman Thought of Child In Last Me 1ltsAuburn N Y Ma JO While the physicians wen moving the clothing of Mrs M Farmer elec trocuted for the mum 7 of Mrs Sarah Brennan preliminar jo the autopsy the photograph of tie twoyearold son of the couple Piter Farmer now with his uncle in Watertown N Y was found under the corsage of Mrs Farmers dress After the autopsy Mrs Farmer with the photograph of her child clasped in her hands was buried in bt Josephs cemetery Missing Man Returns Findlay 0 March 30 Emanuel Thomas of this city who left for the big Michigan woods two years ago to hunt has turned up and tells a most peculiar story When he started for Michigan he took a hunters outfit Several letters were received from him telling vof his whereabouts and then they ceased He was mourned for dead as he could not be located He says that after he got through with his hunting trip he secured work in the big woods cutting trees One of them fell upon him and he was rushed to a hospital at Lance Mich where he remained six months in a semiconscious condition He says he wrote three times to his wife and re ceived no answer and he then mourn ed her for dead In the Senate Washington March 30In the sen ate Senator Hale chairman of the Republican caucus introduced res olution to confine the business of the extra session to the consideration of the tariff bill and the bill providing for the thirteenth censusbut he afterwards amended it so as to permit the Introduction of bills and the transac tion of executive business The sen ate adjourned until Thursday Andrews Submits Proposition Cleveland 0 March 30Horace Andrews president of the Cleveland Railway comp ny offered the city council an ordinance basing the rate of fare upon a 6 per cent earning for the stockholders The rate would be elastic but the extreme charge is fixed at 5 cents cash or six tickets for 25 cents 1 1F HORSE rl AD j JACK I Cards and I Folders PRINTED AT THIS OFFICE FirstClass Work Reasonable Prices The GolumnsofTHE NEWS reaches nearly every home in countyAdvertise and reach your customers The Winchester News Co dncorpor- atedADVERTISE IN THE NEWS c I ELECTRICITY II WIIHYin your home when you can put clean healthful lights at a very lampTungsten III as day therefore makes reading at night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let us ex plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and the saving intheconsumption of clectricit y EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 730 Repair wroK a specailty IWinchester Electric Supply Co KerrBlocJcI 2i Mannrvniv nnw nnnnrw AdvertisesIThe nonadvertising merchants of this city do not seek your patronage your attention or favorso why should you confer them The progressive merchants pays attention to YOU thus deserving to have YOUR attention in return They are on ttteir metal all the time to secure values for you that will stand inspectionthat will stand ADVERTISING 1theyour approval ever in mind He must find bargains for you extra value things for you he m stprotectYbUfon styles on qualities on prices He is enlisted in your seniice And the nonadvertising merchant is NOT J1 rSYOU MAY NOT NEED COAL mayAtto haven good supply in your cellar Besides Enster is about the cheapest time in the year in vhioh to buy coal and as it doesnt spoil you might wayThinkOUR BRANDS INDIAN MOUNTAIN JELLICD YELLOW JACKET WHITE HOUSE J R Martin Coil pippply Co r- iw1t tilAJ tff rtj TimeFor More Printing a its us of to I JJ I we the l St Bring mg your for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Room for Ladies Ky orner of Broadway and Highland ESTATE Us For Bargains Transfer ice Co Crating ud FIK nltttt Flats Etc1a Spfcttt NO 19 Mutt Mris Strut Seth Fh BM t r cr IT is liightii c that the business men of of this were that we are the I Only Modern Printers with to DateI Outfit in the City of Winchester It is time they were to this fact If they would teach theIand catch the eye of they must cornea to us for the with which to do it We offer these ads vantages The FinestMicbinery New and Down to the I Minute Type the Largest Stock and the I Most Workmen Money can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MORE Weire vain enough to believe that we have line of samples that will eclipse anything of kind in this section of Kentucky andnothing gives more pleasure than to exhibit our production to the users ink We would like call and show you that can deliver go- ods5heT r r WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED J Printers oj Anything S Main New Phone 91 iii GARAGE automobile Waiting Chas Hagaftf Winchester STROSSMANRATLIFF REAL AND INSURANCE See CofikwrieM and Ming Hurttoi vicinity finding out Down awaking ear vublic printing Skilled printers II1Wh bathing tio you continue your knees and elbows canio a pered to suit you and can do so levery morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laundry work when you can have it faucet3Why at hand for the turning of a take chances on drinking germfilled cistern waf when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio RIVe 3 v 4Wliy have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grasss and bloomingflowers and can at the same tune get rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other incoa veniences when you can have everything for the comfort and health of your family right ia the house T 61s it not true that the an- sWer is not lack of moneytbut lack ofeconomy and indifference to getting tfei most out of life J IC F ATTERSALL suprint mient Winchester Water WorksG rINCORPORATED At cor Maple Strtit and Leringtoa Evwaiw will UU yo UaW M Youll be sarijrited at bow in siTe these prime ss are L ItIJ Inwitrtlti fe The ilWsJ UBSQ OR fhE WI Pjr r l r j 4 t8i J r 1 ts iiJ J r it fr j If t L i cy i p e Irc THE WINCHESTER NEWS tIo L1ri Mri1Ji1IiU1MMJ Wriritiir1ir1ir1iriw2 BJ Builders Attention i13 8 8 OUR STOCK OF LOCKS AND HINGES IS COMPLETE B 8 fWe Can Please You in DESIGN QUALITY and PRICE 8 ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF 8 8i11v f It 8 N CABINET MANTELS B J GRATE FRAMES and 8 TILING 813 1 8 8 We are Sole Agents for RICHARDS BALL BEARING 8 8 HOUSE DOOR HANGERS 1f 8 On SCREW and STRAP HINGEs and HEAVY STRAP 1 HINGES for Barn Building we can B 8 8 J Save You Money i 8 38RICHARDS TROLLEY BARN DOOR HANGERS ARE THE BEST j R 88SEE 8US 3 TODAY ftJ 38 ii 8liUUII BOURBON TAX PAYERS MAY RECOVER 15000 Judge Southgate Sustains Demurrer to Answer of Defendants in Suit PARIS Ky March 30Before adjourning the March term of the Bourbon Circuit Court Special Judge BuUer Southgatc sustained with butI one exception the demurrer to every paragraph of the defendants answer as Amended in the case of James M OBrien vs J W Thomas Jr Consolidated with the cases of Bourbon county vs J W Thomas Jr etcI QiViippealfrom the Bourbon Fiscal Court The plaintiff suing for himself as a taxpayer and fpr Efourbon county filed an action iu the Circuit Court for the recovery of certain sums of money alleged to have been legally collected from the county by the mag istrates composing the Fiscal Court and aggregating 15793 h Actual Attendance Figures The paragraph excepted to was in reference to the amount allowed the dfe Hlaut for the actual number of days in attendance upon the meeting of the Fiscal Court By agrgement of the attorneys on both sides an order was allowed per rnitting the plaintiff to take judgment or the full amount less the amount for attending the meetings of the Fiscal Court aggregating 2116 and granting an appeal of the case to the jjurt of Appeals The effect of Judge Southgates decision sustained by the higher court the recovery of nearly 15iOOO to the tax payers of the county in eluding interest from thedate of the filing of the suit MODERN WOODMEN r I t ADD SIX MEMBERS Local Lodge Met Monday Night and Had Four New Appli v cations whY Modern Woodmen had an in meeting Monday night a Thereceresix initiated and four new JcppUcationS They Save secured quarters in the new fraternity build inga1d wilt meet dnvacn Monday night in that Vuilding hereafter v cc d- fj I t IIrt 1 w Grubbs Benton Cor Main and Br way Winchester Ky jLIJL1JLr4i RUNNING AT ARE- ARMEDWITH KNIFE Crazy Man Strikes Terror to Resi dents in Kentucky Mountains CATLETTTSBURG Ky March 30Au insane man by the nine of Warren whose home is in Lincoln county W Va esdaped from custody and is now at large in the moun tains near the Lincoln =Wayne line The fellow who is a powerful spec imen of physical manhood is violent and armed with tv huge knife threatens to kill anyone who comes near himHe was followed to East Lynn by his father and a posse of friends but outsprinting their rail 16 the top of a mountain took off his hat coat and shoes and continued his flight The pursuers lost trackof him af ter he removed his shoes and sent to Iluntington for bloodhounds At last accounts no one had caught sight of him since he was seen to disrobe and start through the woods FOSTERS WEATHER FORECAST FOR APRIL W To Poster the rioted Washing ton weather forecaster makes the following crop weather calculations for April In the great Central Valleys April temperatures will average above normal from March to April 14 and excellent prop weather will continue during those sixteen days April 15 to 24 will be unusurilly coldmaking ten days of bad crop weather tem peratures going uncomfortably close to the frost line in northern sQctfoiis as the eodl waves pass Rising tem peratures and better crop weather April 2e to May 2 with very little rainfall Most severe storms willoc cur during the five days of which Ap ril 13 and 19 will be central days Heavy rains in Texas 9th to 18th Drought in central sections operahouseTickets on salt at MartinCooks drug store Mondty 327 It SUBSCRIBE FOR THE flEWS t OUR GET I I PRICE 8 8 8 8fflEHHP COMBS AND ROBINSON CONFER WITH GOVERNOR President of International Tax Com mission Also at the Capitol- FRANfiFORT Ky March 30 Allan R Foote of Columbus Ohio President of the International Tax Association Senator Thomas A Combs of Lexington and William A Robinson of Louisville met here yesterday for the purpose of conferrim with Governor Willson and Atto llc General James Brcathitt regarding program and details for the annual convention of the International As sociation which is to be held in Lou isville in September Senator Combs and Mr Robertson are two of the three delegates from Kentucky which Governor Willson has appointed ttf Commonwealthlat a e is of the Kentucky Tax Commission named by the Governor some time ago and Senator Combs is chairman of the advisory committee so that they are exceptionally well qualiie- to represent the interests of Kentucky at this great gathering of experts on questions of taxation- I look fo rthe greatest convention at Louisville in September the Liter national Association has ever held said President Foote today and Mes srs Combs and Robinson agreed with him We have assurances that twenty or thirty governors will on haudjQgj4berjwith eminent states men and students of political and economic factions Governor son will preSide over our SCSSi01- 1after delivering the address ofwet come tHe iStgreatly interested in cm plans and it was for the purpose of discassmg theni with him that a met he91 taxGovono Willson is still confined to his bed at the mansion and the three visitors did not get to see him until in the afternoon The spent much of the morning in the office of Attorney General Breathitt going ove questions to bp brought up with him ITVA NEWS WAN r t ADVERTISEMENT 0 o SCHOOL GROUNDS AD SCHOOL BUILDINGS Is Subject of Interesting Pamphlet Issued By Superintendent- J G Crabbe FRANKFORT Ky March 30 Instructionabulletin from the Kentucky Department of Education being No 1 of the new series Prof Crabbe has made application for entry for this publication as secoiidclassmail mat ter at the postoffice here and intends- to make this the official organ of his department to CatTY the news of Ken tuckys educational awakening to those who are interested This months bulletin deals almost ex andawith a multitude of handsome cuts and drawings illustrating modern methods of heating lighting and ar ranging school rooms and for beau tifjing the grounds Twenty thousand of these bulletins are being sent out In his editorial foreword Prof Crabbe says There is a great demand among school officers to furnish plans or school buildings especially for country schoolhouses With great care I have prepared this bulletin containing modern plans for a one room schoolhouse a tworoom schoolhouse and a fourroom building instructions for heating venti lating lighting and equipping school buildings and for improving and beautifying the buildings and grounds suggestions to teachers and boards of education and a number of illustrations that will be valuable and helpful These pages are hot fanciful and the theoretical but entirely practical Next to the Scriptures I want you to read this bulletin constantly We must have better school houses and we must improve our surround ings As you read these pages and reflect will yoiu not begin a local campaign along this lincq Do spme thing this year WESTON IS NOW ON- WALK TO SEATTLE Although Seventy fears of Age Great Walker Expects to do it Handily Special to TheN ewso SEATTLE Waslt March 30 When Edward Payson Weston the greatest walker the world has ever known left New York City on his birthday March 1 it was to come directly to the AlaskaYukonPacific Exposition in Seattle Although seventy years old on the day given Weston declares that he is in as fine fetel fund as fit for a rec ordbreaking walk as he was when in 1907 he walked from Portland Maine to Chicago in 25 days coveting the same route in the same time that he covered it forty years before when he made the worlclslongest- walk YorkYdays In England in his younger days he defeated all comers by walking 5000 miles in the same time It has been Westons desire to view the big Worlds Fair in the Northwest ever since it was announced and as he had long planned a lecture tour he has decided to combine the two ideas and use the exposition profit ably speaking on physical culture in the cities through which he will pass 1The Exposition opens in Seattle on June 1 Weston will proceed by the northern route which should bring him to the Exposition city during the clearly part of July SEND PURE BRED SEED CORN FOR EXPERIMENT Dr M S Browne Will Cultivate it Under Direction of Agri cultural Department Commissioner M C Rankin has ptlresso for experimental purposes under tile direction of the State Agricultural Department Dr Browne will plant- J and cultivate the seed tight Does it do anI rood to worry It does It gives the doctor a ohaaca to earn the price of a meal ticket the maker of dyspepsia dope a chance to- work oft his truck upon your system and eventually it gives the gravedigger a job Of course it pays to worm Los Angeles Express TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENTc d It J A NECESSITY FOR A HYGENIC BEDROOM Why buy an unknown unguaranteed bed when the Sanitaire guaranteed for 10 years costs no moreis better finished better constructed and more beautiful in designThe finish is durable hard as flint impossible to chip off PRICES FROM 500 TO 2500 In a variety of finishes to harmonize with any bed roomin sizes single double and the modern twin beds Come inlet us show you the beautiful Sanitaire Iron and Brass Bedsthe only bed on the market ON SATURDAY APRIL 10th at 230 p m we are going to give away one of these Sanitaire Beds there are no strings tied to it you are not required to make any purchase please call at our store for par ticularsSEE THE BED IN SHOW WINDOW HENRY H HALL FURNITURE UNDERTAKING MR LELTON ASSfRTSj HE WILL BE CASHIER Selection of Judge Adams Ally Mr Mclin By Jackson Bank Has Been Suggested V JACKSON Ky March 30Va rious complications seem to have arisen to the embarrassment of the promoters and organizers of the new First National Bank of Jackson Originally chartered at a time Wjhjqiu there were already two banks op m1I NatiOnaldejtInyeI the established banks and now that that plan is no longer feasible and the organizers having resolved to op en up any way a new difficulty arises in the selection of a cashier As originally contemplated Mr JIII Letton Jr was to be the cashier he and his father leaving a considera ble block of stock in the concern but now that Judge JP Adams has been elected president and the majority of the stock is in the hands of his friends there is some talk of the se lection of J Blain McLin as cashier Mr McLin being a political ally of Judge Adams lIt Letton however stillcontends that there is no doubt of his being elected cashier The fixtures for the new bank were shipped today andI they will occupy the lower floor of theJ Masonic Hull together with the groc ery store of T II Bean- sDYNAMITE H KILLS fIGHT Explodes While Being Unloaded on Norfolk and Western5- Railroad r 1 Special to The News j CHIMICtiTHE Ohio March 30 Eight railroad workmen were kille and seven were injured when dyna mite exploded on the Norfolk anf Western railroad south of here Men were engaged in unloading the explosive when the disaster occurred The dead included conductor Chas Buchanan of the work train Jonathan Pride John Hayes and five ne r groes Jj di- j i SANITAIREBEDS GUARANTEED US 10 YEARS Another Car Just Received WAGONI IS NOW HERE Man to Instruct on Management of the Machine Comes in on Early Train The new automobile hose wagon for the fire department arrived Monday The man who will install the machine Mr J P Hippy of Vin cennes Ind arrivedat noon 1uesda and began at f oclock to unload th wagon and before dark Tuesday af ternoon the machine will be seen on streets in firefighting order The Jmacliine will The taken and placed in the Scobee building- of Lexington avenue until it has been given a thorough test and then fi will be installed at the engine house Both young and old will enjoy the lecture at the opera house Wednesday night March 31st Tickets on sale Monday at the MartinCook drug store 227lt EBENEZER PRESBYTERY- TO MEET IN THIS CITY John L Bosley and Dr Browne to Represent Washington Street Presbyterian Church Ebenezer Presbytery of the Northern Presbyterian church will convene Thursday with the Washington Street Presbyterian church and a very in teresting time is expected John Bosley and Dr M S Browne are local representatives The Boy and His Dad A boy who has the brotherly inter est of his father is lucky Sometimes a wild lad does not seem to have much In common with his father and it will be the mothers task to discover som thing which they can do togethe play dominoes chess read the saine Jook or anything to give a kIndred sympathy How to Have Bright Eyes There is nothing better for the eyes than simple salt and water lor salt is a stimulant and a disinfectant When the eyes are Inflamed drop a little aldthe inflammation out of them acidacid in warm water Extreme Carefulness Ribson is the most careful man I ever mett Indeed Yes rh evening he was married he requeste- his best man to carry the ring and them il ked him for a receipt foe It I r CLASSIFIED COLUMN If you want to rent a home If you wantto buy a home If you want to insure your home TOKE FOR SALECheap graphophone andabout 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf buy clean rags Ap WANTEDToe office 217tf I still Lund all kinds ofwire fence If in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541216tf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers for gale at this office 2l6tf take orders for mak biscuit rolls tim MISS LtJGY BROWNING 218 Col WANTEDTos Home phone 3111mo654J Eggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 II E WITT 109 French avenue 3151mo FOR SALE Eggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H IL PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 3171mo JUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 3171mb STRAY COLTStraycd into my livery stable No 15 West Washington street a yearling horse colt bay long tail and mane BIRL TURNER 317tf WANT At once good reliable boy to learn the printers trade Ap ply to this office 327ti FOR RENTNew 6room cottage on College street with gus water and bath room Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College stre- et323eodtf FOUND By Frank Martin on Main street long black glove Owner can have same by calling at pit 3248teWANTED At once two good re liable painters Apply to Frank Roy 14 North Main street 3243L FOR SALE Plymouth Rook sqjiabs to eat Fat dainty delicious Try 11someK CUAIMING Lexington avenue 3265t FOR SALE Eggs from thoroughbred White Leghorns 75 cents per 15 Brown Leghorns also Visit my yards PREWITT BROWN 23 East Washington street325lmo LOSTPocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Reward W J REEf 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325tf WANTEDDay boarders Mrs R II PARRISH 235 Lexington aven ue 3254t cbosFittea Also eligible Berkshire gilts will farrow in May J C MCGIRK R R No2 Home phone 320=lrrtii- FOR RENT Two or three roqms for eelr327Gt FOR RENT Three rooms suitably for housekeeping Apply 136 Ala bama street 3276t FOR SALEBlack Langshau eggs at live cents ouch NAPOLEON BARNES Winchester Ky rotate No6 3291mo thoroughdfor 50 rents for 15 MRS B A TRACY 2U4 South Main street 330tf LOST Black and white ticked fe mydand g EYES r