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Digital page images are linked to the text file. kiJ i fiii Edlbonll M VOL 1 NO 144 i WINCHESTER KY 3L1909 I2 CENT A COPY 18 CENTS A WEll SETTLED THAT PROF TAYLOR WILL JF RETIRE fROM THE PRESIDENCY Of Kentucky Wesleyan CollegeCommittee from Winchester has Con ference With Board of Education Terms Could Not be Made Th resignation of President Tay 10101 the Kentucky Wesleyan Col l e will o into effect at the clos matIterPresident Taylor has done a good work for the college Meeting at Lexington A nfeeting of the Board of Edu cation was held at Lexington Tues lay The following members were present Rev J R Deering of Lex ington Rev E G B Mann of Lex ington Hon D L Thornton of Ver sailes Rev J R Savage of Cow iugton Rev J L Clark Fort Thom as Mr J B Durham Danville Hon Timothy Nce ham WilliamsloAvn Rev J P Strother Danville There appeared before the Boar representing Winchester Rev Wil limn Cumming Mussrs R R Perry J Edward Grubbs and M T McEl downey Holds a After a conference and the ex pression of good Will on the part of all conderned the Board agreed to fix the salary of the President the same as last 2250 cash and 250coiii1itranal Taylor over the phone agreed lo accept 2400 and 100 conditional The Board declined to accept the terms and the matter is closed FORMER WINCHESTER BOYS BADLY HEftlER By MobOf Fifty Who Object to Their f Calling on Some Young Ladies A dispatch from Mt Vornqn Ky fated the 30thsuys Charles Parsons Frank Parsons R R Parsons mid C C Montgomery mechanics engaged on the Cox building were attacked by a mob of 50 men and boys at Livingston 10 miles cast of Mt Vernon late yesterday afternoon The young men lead been to Livingston calling on some youn ladies and there was objection to their attentions The four men were at the station to leave for Mt Vernon when the mob arrived and with rocks and clubs began to bent them Nearly 50 shots were also fired Robt Parsons was severely beaten anti is in a condition His comrades were alto beaten in a terrible manner The four men mad their into the hillsI escape hotly pur sued and completely exhausted ar rived in Mt Vernon this Robert Parsons had to be carried which made the journey all the mar difficult for his three companions Casper and Hilton Adams of Livingston AvhoSntroduced the strangers to the young ladies have been threat cued it is alleged and are barricaded in their home Excitement is running highand further trouble is The Parson boys are sonsfcaredI and M 1sC H Parsons who y lived here o- J yrr s T i r jftF c14M L1 7 z J THEWINCHESTER J WS INfORMATION ABOUT SITE Of New Postoffice and Proposals For Survey Sought By Department R R Perry custodian of the post oiliee site has received the following letter from the U S Treasury de partment A copy of the specifica tions can be seen at the postoffice Postdoffice building Winchester Ky SirYou are requested to aid this office by securing from the City En gineer and from persons in your equally technically qualified cityI als for furnishing a survoy and tain data or in relation t othe land secured as a site for the proposed public building in your city in accordance with the specifications hercwth enclosed Respectfully J K TAYLOR s Supervwiug Architect EBENEZER PRESBYTERY To Meet at Washington Street Pres 4 lVtenan Church Tuesday v April Third It was stated in News that the Ebenojser Pienbytery of the Northern Presbyterian Church U S A would convene with the VntJIing ton Street Prosbjtermn church Thursday This was an error as the Prcsby lery willnot meet until TuosdayAp arbe expected at this convention The program will be published later in the News CONFERS THE FIRST DEGREE ON MR CORNELL Masons Meet For the First Time in BuildingeThe Masons met in the new fra ternity building Tuesday night an 1conferred the first degree on Mr meetcing held in the new building and a the lodge room pn the third floor int not been completed the meeting was held on the fourth floor GRANDPA POYNTER NOW IBorn to Mr and Mrs Wiley Poyn elevenpoundboy to SAVE SOME THE MONEY THAT YOU SAVE If you in a special purse or deposit in a special fund all of the moneys saved in the course of ayear because of your reading and- answeringads youd be surprised at the sum total The pennies and dimes on groceries table supplies thefdollars saved on clothes furniture furnishings objects ofart china silverwareall in a years course would amount to a tidy sum indeed Why dont you try the experimout for nfeAVAVceks of SETTING ASIDE the amounts saved in your purchases on account of your study of the ads Then invest in something you have long need d and say Hero is something Ive bought with money ACTUALLY not theoretically SAVED You will fwd that all of this adviae we have been about reading and answering ads bas been sound busi nesslike advice And you will let the ads take a real partin yourbuying and your selling hereafter which will be a fortunate for you and for the town in which you lives xqD Jre to tc MME HELENA MODJESKA FAMOUS ACTRESS WHO IS ILL IN CALIFORNIA Mine Helena Mod joska who Is at her home In Newport Cal vas one agoShupowski In 1SGS She made her first appearance on the stage in 1861 and coining to this country In the early seventies created a gnat furore by her work In various Shakespearean roles TOIET ON THE MARKEI j Suhdjvftstan to he Knowi as Gei ftg iAddl ion is to be Divided In to Lots and Still Q tate of Ute most real es tate deals recently conducted hi loess suburban property was the purchase last ycek from lrG O Graves otj tlIj1nin cltMse proximity to the Wesleyan Collogo grounds The purchase Uiado by ijr A T Byrd of the local unCl1theuunolmcod btlit is understooda gplvesforrecognized as an exceedia 1 Valu able tract especially adaplctfliues idenlial purposes f Businessl1ln are well known real estate men in their section liifvinjj for yours boon in the cCtreln1S r towns They have an excellent rep utation as to financial standing LndI business methods and it is that this property hits fallen into competent hands for its development The property will bo immediately subdivided into lots and a consid erable sum of money will be spent iu installing sidewalks antoilier im provements before lots are offered for market College Addition The subdivision will be knwon Us College Addition to Winchester owing to its nearness to the college PlOP erty and the name is avery appro priate designation The handsome residence of Mr Byrd Adjoins the tract to be develop ed and Mr Byrd is greatly interested in securing a good clays of im llcighbOr8fupon hOUlc11select steady and substantial our city and the favorable opinion people elsewhere have as to ite future opment and commercial importance GOES TO B ATTYVILLEI Mr B R Jouett loft WednesfV c morning for Beatty nO to fittei Il to a dbnrt case pending rcIi c ICOHVENTIOS I 1B ftpyt tf t Are to Heel at Weh mond IIo Ii Pollard hand Cbmieell tand Ja W Curter Jraud Kt nlerI and dIli thc Keufuek Knights of Pythias have the schedule fur holduitr eon veil iy each of the twenty districts into which the Stale has been divide fur flee year 11M9 The time set for holding ono in this district hat been set for Tuesday May 13 at Rieh niond Mr K W Powell of this city is the district deputy slut the fol lowing lodges are in tile district lau rard 29 Lancaster Ivanhoe 48 Winchester Pilot 78 Ford Diadem 81 Stanford Paint j k 423 Pain Lick Kstill 15JI Irvine Madison 1BO Valley Viwva nip Dick 161 Bryantsville l jijal Chi 163 Rich iiHind Iteren 17Berea BRICK PANT IS OJ- UlliGFUft BLAST Granite Brick Busy Wit Northtand South Mr J lorry Allan went to the plant of the Granite Brick Company Wednesday morning Mr Allan is general manager and has to go oftell now as the plant is running in full blast They are now filling rders in the North and South and several ar chitects have been here in the lus few days looking at houses that Have been built out Of tluir material with the view of using it in the future TELEPHONE liNEMAN IS ALMOST ELECTROCUTED Mr John Reeves Sustains Fatal Injuries While at Work LEXINGTON Ky March 31Mr John Reeves a cable soHcer in the Teleewas r a telephone pole at High stret and yesterday after jwoornwidavenue in contact with an sustaining injur 4 of which it is fearadlie will die s J I r CRAZY SNAKE HARDTO FIND Sentcii In Vain Foi Rw belliou Indian S dour Oklahoma Hills W Hickory Staniping Grounds Okl- aMarcht3lCrazy Snake leader of the uprising of has clan of negroes half breeds and Indians of the Creek nar tton is reported sultat large al though it is bettered that his ca tare can not be delayed much longer Ho is likened uy thosa who know him to sitting Bull in point of rntclli gcnce and determination and upon his death or apprehension Mie outcome of the present disturbance rests One hundred mn of the First reJ mrnt OJclahomd National uardaposses of deputy sheriffs arts seoUrifl the hilla and river bottoms for score of miles in every direction Colonel Joy Hoffman who is i command of the troops lure set out in heavy marching order each man carrying 24 hours rations and 4C rounds of new Springfield ammUnI- tion During the day tine prisoners were brought hack to the base hero but none seemed of importance Up to date over 40 captives have bee taken and placed in Jail Many of them coming from a distance to at teitda powwow called by Craz Snake to hetr ills rtport on his misImonto Washington during the did not know there had been an upIrising A trace of wonderment to be seen on their stolid faces wet the news was given them They wcro placed under restraint howe r fo fear that tlwymiKht be just as tvillin to fight as to listen to the they had come to hear There seems to be no reason to he tnolcounterimpossible although Major Barrett and other officers left charge at Camp Hickory as t ot of tents hat tber this timo I V c Secrete ntetic ItNe 1rr t i for foci imn trou uthoriUes he affair puce rp tt C rRO V r Prescrv 11 e Tim Unit l watching very nu f yonwT President Cash pla That the United Stat ic 5teelf a factor in preserve c o of Veil ezuela is general nod I1tftI England the Nettu German Y and France are natu eked upon as likely to be in Sw1th any proper action that th ted Stat s may take to prevent vcinent in ji the interests of Castrt ery effort expediItlammunition Taft and the Judgeships Washington March 30 Prfsldent Tatagain stated to callers that h e did not consider the appointment of judges to be a part of the patronage of United States senators The pre 5 ident thinks that judicial appoint politlcahpetent to pass upon the fitness of them for the bench and will do no At the same time he said he be glad to receive suggestions fro senators and representatives as t their knowledge of the of applicants Political Gossips Busy Columbus 0 March 3LWhit Governor Harmon continues noncom mittal as to the appointment of a newI gossiptr R W Butler of Cleveland or Tim Jones of Ironton with chances slight ly favoring the former owing 4o hi a prison reform record AntiSaloon League fencoufagect Columbus 0 March 1Itwasan nounced at AntiSaloon league ajat here that foHowingathe successful out oue of the contest iu Clark county the antiliquor caw paign would be carried iext Jhto ftpep and Maboning counties Montgo y and Crawford roiCtie are likely to have option elections Soon Women Suffrage In Wisconsin JlaJiscr Vs March uTkewoman suffrage bill passed The semi ate with rtrfcrendtun attached to K the hill is ratified by a vote of th people then xrr nen suffrag would becoai op rativo The measure jaow goes to the assembly dj J i t Ii i NfWMUTOR FIRE WAGON IS NOW THE CENTER Of ATTRACTION itH 1m to lis CapacitY Wednesday ant mvent a TioroUgh TryOut enIterhose wagon has Arrive L This is the Stet motor hose wagim to be mstalledi i l a lire departrnenyin tile State air Id jhas attracted wile attention not only iuthi city but department in the Htite fire wa tailing it closely and if it prutl u success Ihey will adopt th tnOnow seems that it will only he a short time before the horses which Udpurposes u Dlcut installsed ill their IeattL nIK Ills wtFull arrived yestetd md il tray lal when tluy got it ti tin Ia ill iioHiinj in thWHY ufn test lias been inade Wednesday the wa jfiMi will piohjibly be loaded with iiose to its rapacity which is 1O iVet anll11e Chemical tank har inlnWhirlie lcr is always ahead progress and much eredit should jriven the city fathers fur this ar vjuieed step and in their jrivinjr thol IJlttfllIii IGETTlNG READY J MAKE Bm Expert Is Here Looking Over Iteel in the County ClerkssOffice iunarvr plt l nt wit y t i w toItake measurements and look at the Omiplilhspecifications and making a hill for orIiThe County Jnde vas IrchnolIf ilhr last iiiceiing iif tho Fisefl Court o god plans and spccifieations for tiiis Avork wliieh is badly needed as till urdur all deeds nuutt and other valuable papers Twrta ill iiU tcl IIfOlli1tvs affairs are IP ynd lily ones now fn use have 1x ofIears jJHd Kvans will get bids from eoncenis hforotilt coniracl let nnl just how soon before the turktrill commence cannot be told H8CJ REfS IS REPORTED SETTER She is Still Very Nervous But Rested Much jNight It VUi reported from the resi ednelclma woasto hiimed by the explosion of gtasoli Monday is very much improved e first niirht after the accident she wasI geht verry Rees is still Arery nervous und the family have been un chic to talk to her and learn all the particulars of the accidentso far Ir IMPERSONATOR IS TO OPAe HOUSE Wednesday Might lieder of Ladies of the First Chris tiara Church Gilbert At Lee Kldrid e the i OpCnljhon Sgeieeof the First Clistian Church For ucn different churaoters wilt be reseuiod 4 a THE Fair WEATHER totiigkt aiid TinrsI I Iiday frost te ehht WEDNESDAY MARCH Conference President preparing dangerous information Tuesdays OF conlffplace ACTUALLY givingyon circumstance Important growthof jKeeords completed Company Probably Militiamen qualifications headquarters Prollab leaded Auspices TARIF f DEBATE I BECOMES WARM il and Lumber Schedules Are Under Discussion Ohioah Among 1eSpeakers Washington March 3tWhen the session of the houseot well under e warmffwere met that the proceedings would bo reInlOr0bed schedules was like setting a redmatch to both products for tho subjects proved of absocblng interest ton the members who entered generally 14into tlio debate jTo dir Vreeland of Now York was accorded the privilege of explaining 1the position of the independent refine ers who want the counter lf k duty on crude petroleum retained while Mr Kitchin of North Carolina in an exhaustive treatment of the question pleaded for the placing of lumber on the fre ellst He got into frequent collontiies during iris throe and a half hours talk with both Republicans and Democrats Others who spoke Avere Messrs Cox 0 Sterling TIt Hughes Ga Bates Pas Parker N J and Rich ardson Ala In his remarks Mr Cox 0 plead for a reduction of duties on sow machines bicycles and computing He argued that by reason of the favored nation clause German was enabled to manufacture and ship intottcount lesat 4itoiltUtL thUnttf Im posed on the saute articles of meri can manufacture Because of this fact the American manufacturer was handicapped in extending his foreign trade Unless the tariff was reduced he said the manufacturers of rho pro ducts mentioned would be forced tot build factories abroad which would employmntfmen Referring to various witnesses before the ways and means committee Mr Cox said A prohibition tariff soldlmen comp swear helltcense to rob the people MAY DELAY fARlffBlLL House Leaders Have Trouble In Keeping Members In Line Washington March 31 There Is Imminent danger that the Payne tariff bill may be seriously delayed in its consideration by time house President Taft was in conference with Speaker Cannon Representative Payne the floor leader and Renrosoritative Dal zelk It is understood that the houso leaders impressed the chief executive with the difficulty being experienced getting Republican members In to vote for a rule which would expedite the passage of the measure It is conceded by several Republican loaders that it would be impossible to amendmentsYthe bill until some time next week demandsthat certain important schedules be open to amendment Those members who oppose the holding of a caucus do 80on the ground that it would attract the at tendon of the country to the fact that the members of the majority in tile house are at odds regarding the bill An a means of settling the differences that exist and securing general support to a rule which would restrict amendments entirely to those which the ways and means committee will otter they propose that the commitrtoe should recommend changes that would tape the countervailing duty clause on coffee out of the bill and strike out the tariff on tea GOES TO PENNSYLVANIA SEr Ira G Turner left this morn f pointsrnthe Haj an Gas Engine Company CHURCH OF CHRIST trElder J W IItlydini at the Church of Christ Fnlrfpk tfeet Sunday motHngi tend v J ir f Qi i t I I t n t I IJ i T rp I7 f 4Tws I J rHEWIJlCHESIEREWS ir yckI tC t TM WMMKSTER NEWS f JhWsPIillro- 4N i bjiidb t st1ieWI C r Incorporated fiflloi 3oLtih Main Street Vffc tJ entucky it ce l Sunta 7wtjMfl a secondclass matter ttiyilDiV a J9Q8 fct tfieppst office 4WiEter Kemtucky under tiet i Ut o Jikroh 3 1879 SICflIPTIUNRATES tajr Dsttyery 1iiI oo year j f52Q Mweek 10 Payable at office or to collector a Iiilrj wL I fM ILDeli r Jt J iIiI yN i 300 J Months i5Q h 25 II Hiiifin advance i APVERTISING RATES V ispiayPer Inch JS JI ny edition 25 50to fa calendar month 300 240tofa wttfar two times a week 120 fcfcir weekS one time a week 75 JKnie isUscounts 3 months 10 per if it JB bnts25 per cent one riijcy 334r3 per cent l Riading NoticesPer Line SMinfceB notices body type 7cPmwyaBgj news headings 15o Ia Bith Phones No 91 TUESDAY MARCH 30 1909 THE AUTOMOBILE HOSE WAGON 4wr TThei new automobile hose t wagon has7 arrived and is now being tried 1 LIfthe thirty days trial prove Ysugcessfuljrit Is our understanding that city will keep the machine If the Council decides that it is sat ist4ctpy then will come the ques tibn jif the ouT wagon We believe f tliatit should be placed in the North ena of town ZA1fur big manufacturing interests i nrp in ffip Nnrfli end andour gravest 1pgeiofA big fire comes from that f vicinity ItiE entitled to the best prQtecbon the Council can afford VTATE WIDE PROHIBITION i t L aavP slliJ Jo us that the newspapers opposed to prohibition are simply adding fuel to the flame in ar ticles against it that they are stirI ring tip the sentiment of even the saloon4susHtl3CWe are nqt nosy jwde prohibition but we must confess that the long editorials and news ar Jtieles ini the Courier Journal gets our b i Jup- There sso little excus for the of the saloon in recent years In nearly every city of the country th salqbn keepers have mixed in po 1htiqiffturs and always for the rsV presentvmovement in favor of Statewide prohibition throughout the Sibttth has not been successful in so iiy States because of the votes of- iftpn l prohibition The moderate h joined with them because rvF Tile nnltPF ttmt honest government fflftde necessary tIle putting the sa wi oub of business The day of jepiconing seems to be at hand and no promise of Heing good will go It is our opinion that the bitter JigbX against the county unit law mqeby the liquor interests has has t1 ned tbe day of the submission oft a Wide question f YOUR AD SHOULD TALK FOR YOU WHEN THE MAN WITH SOME MONEY IS LOQK iNS FOR A BARGAIN Jit Bliisi NESS EDUCATION Ten rthttheide1 that ni boy has been edudated for business he Kar devoted no time or whenj jT afe ft advertising will place gmong jcurrent absurdities o adyertismg permeatjes all business pwadaysa the impelling JEorce that makes business go jEvejcy per onrfybung or old Sll01 dfkilovt things about adver- jfti n jshmld knqV how to use it vis 0fbrce in bringing things about iu niald ttsks easier quests surer 6rwach This gtow edge ia edu- CatonQdueatioii for business nndtorliiiig under modern condi 3Hfi Ticijls dQ nQt teach it Jl J tIe big school ieac feitrtlifebjg s6hool of dailyjlif i Urifl sHllfrfflA andearly in life oir I ery person should begin to acquire a kriowledg of it Even ifat first jo rexperienC is cQnfinecLtoan ji l r k r i I ff t s ering an adr it will be valuable Yous viil learnttfie yeaning bfibarc gaining and bartering you will learn sopietiiing of human nature rsome thing of values something of the value of promptness in going after what you wantsomething of the lshqrt cuts tp which fr ex ample the clasiiiied this furnish Yqur business education in ad vertising should begin early for the reason that it will never be entirely finished You will keep on learning year lifter year And you will find that in whatever you undertake in a business way your knowledge Vof ad vertisiug will be your reliaiicein chi fItvillm l tilings euibr feasiblehopesviIt be a worthwhile time MONEY IN MULES Av ragerceyearoitls Brinq4200 Each Larger Animals as Much Raising mules fpr the markt1s nu jl JustiX yjjicjiwivrome reason is almost entirely cleted in the East era Mia Ue BMeir yet there is no safer surer method of raakius money especially4 fox the srnaJl far me The notion that one needs bound less acres of a ranch covering half a countv to raise mules successfully has been threshed out and exploded long ago rrhdfetue no extoijsivt1 mulebreeding plants in Missouri yt this State raises the largest and finest mules in tin whole world A farmer with a InU11redacre oul frais1acoilple of mule every year When 3 years old ifa fail size they will briug him 20p each Ifextra large and well shaped they will bring almost as much more There is alwjiys fa lemandand a ready market for any mule and the biggoi the mule the bigger the price One man with a farm of 200 acres keeps 6litMviiTg horse and tei mares Each one of these mare raises a mule colt every yqir besides doing all the farm wqrk and on thjsii jiartiQulqr farm there i plenty for thorn to do The colts are allowed to run with the mares until 4 months old Tluy are then placed in a pasture by thnn selyes and are never allowed fo stop growing uatil they haveattamcil theii full growth From the time they leave the mare until they are shipped to the market they are never ft d hay or oats Sowed corn bean fodder cornstalks and straw mwinUiV and rass in summer is their diet My experience writes this far mer in Cpuntry Life hi America has taught me that mules thrive best on coarse foodnot fence rails and the windy end 4 fw barn but any olhei food than hay or oats My ration for sixty mules engaged in heavy rail road construction work are six quarts of coiiI ijday for each and one bun die of iyo straw for two mules at nightI It would bc hrd Lo find a smoother slicker bunch anywhere nail they have not lost 51 weeks work in five years Tlrny aiC grdftmed and curried every night the shine as any valuable working horse and the driv ers are never allowed to whip any abuse or overloading results in the quick discharge of the driver for a mule is iofginllij nvorkin animals the niist ri iiiiiiWshy They will go any place and dp anything ill they know it is all right and if they do not knovrit 4will not do it and drawbacks Some pebble tire left money just IK the nick Dt time and make good use of It it is ruinous to others to receive money that they have never earned good many people would never do any work at all if it wasnt for the fact that they had to and so a wise Providence decrees that money shall not come their way except by the sweat7pf their brow The Captain w One Worthy Remembrance The brightest spot in a long and in timate experience with the telephone Is that once1 some one called up the wrong number and got us by mistake and didntblanie us for itohio State Journal 0 CoatICllIof Winston Salem N C After a long and exciting chuse Mr Clinard with six hounds had tired Reynard out and In1 doubling the fox came so near Mr Clinard that he threw his long overcoat over the animal and succeed ed inficapturingit just befor thedogs arrivedrFur News A Prayer Teach us to know the healing Iriflii enceof beauty and so to realize the Insidious evil of all that mars the landscape comprehending too that opposedtomans and to the of JThy re tloiEdwrdIrVlng Tarring ton I PatienceUnccnquei4t- eHetht has patience may compass aythingRaa1s Pf 1 tl7if 1 STORY IS DENIED No Attempt Was Made onLife of Former President Roosevelt Ponta Del Gada Island of San Mi guel The Mores March SlrThe steamship Hamburg with exPresi dent Theodore Roosevelt aboard ar fived here unexpectedly The vessel stopped briefly to give Mr Roosevelt an opportunity of seeing the beautiful scenery of the island with its springs and gardens There was great excite went among the people all of whom HferB ag rto obtain a glimpse oft Mr Roosevelt While the Hambuig was at Horta a false rumor to the effect that a steerage passenger had at tempted4 to assault IrRoosevelt was circulated Mr Roosevelt came ashore A large rtittdivassembJed at the dock and gave him an ovation He was greeted by Edward A Creevey and William W Nicholls respectively the American consul and vice consul at San Michaels with whom he drove around PpntaDel Gada in an automobile On this trip Mr Roosevelt was accompanied by the members of his party Investigate Ohio Railroads ColumBus 0 March 31ln order to ascertainfthe relations existing between Ohio coal arrylng railroads and the companies operating the mines Interstate Commerce Commis sioner E Ei Clark is conducting an investigation More than 100 wit nesses have been subpoenaed from all over the stat- eDAWSON DISCOVERS REVENUE JOKER Says Jpaecfl Consumers Have Been Cheated Washingtoni March 31WlJ3t lo designated as a joker that cost the consumers of tobacco in this country nearly 45iOOO000 was found in tho existing revqnue laws of the United States by Representative Dawson of Iowa who at once introduced a hill to correct the error the Dingley tariff law thGUnder twoounce packages of tobftccasell to the consumer at 5 cents each and the fourounce packages for 10 cents In 1898 a war revenue tax of cents a pound additional was leviCdon to bacco At the same time in order to serve the convenience of the trade authorization was given for the reduction of the sizes of packages from two three arid four oun es to one and twothirds two and ondhalf and throe and onethird ounces thus enabling the smoker to procure a 5cent and til IDcent iiitcltageof tobacco rat the store in due time the war revenue tax wag repealed Somebodyforgot Mr Don believed to restore the pack ages of tobacco to the original sizes and hence ever since 1902 the con sumer of tobacco has been paying the equivalent of the war revenue tax to the manufacturers of tobacco I Negro Minister Arrested Ashtabula 0 March 31The Rev R Wallace Christian a negro Metho dist minister who cameto this city a few months ago from Sharon Pa and established a mission among the people of his race was arrested for embezzlement the complaining wit ness being Mrs Oliver W Henson who participated actively in the church organization It is alleged that Christian failed to account for money collected at dinners given for the benefit of the mission He was released on 500 bond ROOT BOOMS ELIOT New York Senator Wants Harvard President Sent to England Washington March 31 Senator Root of New York speaking at a dinner tendered to President Charles W Eliot of Harvard university at which President Taft was also a guest indicated the choice of Dr Eliot as the new American ambassador to Great Britain Mr Root declared that before whatever monarch he Eliot shall repubiIsented by a true American gentleman Colored Students Lose Out Lansing Mich March 81Two colored students who were dismissed from Grand Rapids Mich veterinary college some time ago following the objection of white students to their presence wore denied a writ of map damus by the supreme court to com ipelrftli0r college to let them pursue their studies Th ee Hoosier Counties Go Dry Indianapolis March 31Tliree In dfanacounties Bartholomew Vermil ion and Jennings voted dryin county optibii elections ma1drtg the total pt oiiatids from which the saloons have been ousted under the option law 41 Reopening of Feud F ared Jacten Ky March 31A reopen ing of the feud between the McIntosh ana nttle factions is feared as a result of the killing of Albert McIntosh wasIshot jive times and instantly killed New Bridge Is Opened New york March SlThe new l5boOflOO Queensboro bridge con necting New York and Long Island edesltriahs c- ii J1J SQANDA1NARTtffD- Two Inmates of Girls Home at Dela ware Said to Have Been Betrayed Columbus 0 March 31The fact that two inmates of the Girls Indus trial school nqar Delaware were brought to this city and placed in the Crittenton home was brought to Governor Harmons attention by Pro bate Jt dge Black The girls are each 19 years qge one being sent to the industrial home from Darke county and the other from Athens county According to the information fur nished the governgr these two young wpmpncQuid no longer be keptamohg thQ pf the school be cause of the Special medical attention soon to r lie neceaeary in their cases According Jto the statements of the two unforJLjinate pupils in Ope case tile man involved is employed in the school In a minor capacity while in the other case a visitor to the institu tion from Troy is mentioned Governor Harmon will order a thor ough investigation of the affair Catholic Church For Negroes Cincinnati 0 March 31 Through the generosity of Mrs Franklin Drex el of Philadelphia a combined Catho lie church and parochial school for negro Catholics of Cincinnati will be erected Mrs Drexel purchased the site and will erect the building which will cost about 25000 There are 500 negro Catholics in Cincinnati who will benefit by Mrs Drexels munifi cence IERVIA FORMALLY ACCEPTS FORMULA Will Not Protest Annexation of Her Territory by Austria Bolgrade March 31The formula agreed upon by the powers of Europe and AustriaHungary for the settlement of the dispute between the dual monarchy and Servia was accepted by the Servian government The formula was presented at tho foreign office by the British French German Russian and Italian ministers and Servia through her minister at Vieu na1 delivered to the Austrian government today a note to the following efot Iii First Sepia declares that her rights h vc been violated by the annexation vby AustriaHungary of Bosnia and Herzegovina and accepts the powers decision to annul para graph 25 of the treaty of Berlin second Servia will not protest against the annexation of Bosnia and Horz igovinn thir3 Servia will maintain peaceful relations with AustriaHun gary fourth Servia Will return her military forces to normal conditions by discharging the reservists and vol unteers and she will not permit the formation of irregular troops or bands Oil FeVr Strikes Belmont Martins Ferry 0 March 31The leasing of 5900 acres of land in this vicinity about 1500 acres of which Is within or borders upon the corporation and the promise that a number of test wells will be drilled for oil in the near future has gotten the town in a fever of excitement FLEECED BY WOMAN Aged Man From Illinois Proves to Be Real Sucker Soutlr Bend Indf March 31WIl liam J Lacey 70 of Harvey Ill has asked the police of this city to help him find Anna Thode 40 years his junior who he alleges took 400 of his money and disappeared Lacey says that the two went to St Joseph Mich to be married and that he left his fiancee at the hotel handing over to her the money for safe keeping While ho went in search of a minister When ho returned he alleges Miss Thode had gone 7 Abies In Prison Cell Dayton O March StNo one responded to the name of William Ad ams when Prbsecutor Phohnan called out the case of the state against him in the police court and an immediate investigation of his absence was made by the olerk Returning from the cell rooni1 he clerk announced that Adams had dletl just a few minutes before his case was called THE MEAT OP If William OBrien Irish Nationalist leader has resigned his seat in parlia mont Despondent over ill health JW Schaub civil engineer of Baltimore Md ended his life on a Michigan Central train as it pulled into Law ton Mich Philip Rising 84 banker of Lancaster 0 is dead Because he wrote a note to n white woman George Reddin colored was lynched by a Waco Tex mob Fred Lied former official qonvieted of accepting bribesI having been refused new trial by su preme court has given himself up and will serve his fouryear term jn the penitentiary Rev Charles W Dane of Waterbury Cairn has eloped with Mrs G N Proctor wife of a prominent mer chant othiabc1ty Jan Pouren the Russian fugitive who has begn held in the Tombs prison at New York for six months has been discharged by order of Unit ed States Commissioner Hitchcock 7 = 1 I Husband Owns Wtfcc Dresses thedressBrompton county court of Maryland re cently and the judge decided that the husband is the owner The man held that he had given the wife the money to buy the dresses in dispute and although they were not paid for it was decided that they belonged to him QtlnrryStones lltfcog raphersall over the world in making cqloredV pictures are found in a iittl district not rnprfi than four orfivi miles long by two or three broad me- nN4renbqrg in Germany Quurryinj has gone on there for racry than century t When the Sea Flows Into the Seins A strange phenomenon takey plaw at little Caudebec twice a year Tbe sea announces by a thundering soUP and an undulating swell that roji along the rivers face comes up froir the channel and flows into the Seine Tranquil and hitherto unruffled the river receives this violent visitor ir one undulous wave thet rushes like a tide along tlc surface of the water Harpers Mairhly Magazine i GILBERT BOTT1 FOrt Fresh S Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK W S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Gleaned Pressed 8 Repaired We do French Cleaning and Guarantee Satisfaction Ladles Parrv Dresses a Specially Give Us o Trial and we do the rest AH called for and delivered 24 W Court St Home Phone 645 Winchester Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS J STEVENSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 160S Main St Winchester Ky CALL ON- NElSONJherrahsferMar by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Wight Phone 339 Thousand Heads For Two Thousand Hats Wanted You can have your choice if you come early enough to pick out tho best sample lint at SOc on the Dollar Just now received from loading mann facturort at the- SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main Si CINCINNATI TAILORING COP MANN Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENOH DRY CLEANING DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER PHOSE 528 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and host institution it the county is the Winchester Rollei Mills Why not use home best made Kerr flourtheI White Pearl flour has no a FREEDOM OF THE PRESS IN EUROPE l 59to print In France without speoial authority from tlie king was punishable by death Itvas not un til 1881 that the law recognized the liberty oflho press mid of book sell ing Liberty of the prs was se cured to AustriaHungary in the con stitutiou of 1867 In both Germany anti Italy what is called this liberty of the pi6ss began iu 1848 Belgium was a European pioneer Her constitution of 1831 tjeclared her press free v REAL ESTATE DEALS fDivlf S Browne sold to Mr Tom Robinson a lot on Bumsavenue Price 1500 Mr Tom Robinson sold to Dr M S Browne four lots on the west aide of Bloomfield avenue at 375 each SUBSCRBEFOITTHE HEWS f t J 15 cts All of tho mud and hill climbing tax or in to in in of a OF THE Is r with data up to the of our Presidents H Taft and the etc etc You Need Do Your Sons and Tell Them It fAPZIIII NCGCITY leAI- tOU3CUOLD JAPAL Paint yourselfhow in tl1iturethat It comes in colpr and has MahoganyCherryMaiactiite qndAluminunAll Sizes from 250 LACE CURTAIN CARPET CLEANER and Spring Cleaning Requisites Phillips Drug Co r J I Clark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo I Think paid each yearOn Get tile Basis of Equipment and the application Economical BusinessfWethotfs we solicit the construc tion and repairing all kinds and- conditions roads public private streets alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand car lots and will be pleased sell same any quanitydesired The putting all Concrete specialty and satisfaction guaranteed rnHAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD FREEWITH THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER I HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS WORLD completebook publishedIt maps minute Historical sketches from George Washington- to Articles illustrations- on Panama Canal ItSo Daughters Friends Neighbors About can our Depart old 16 classes Send one Subscrip tion to THE TRIBUNE FARMER at oUrregular 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citizens s2cascichtifie curiosity tendepcyc bianm scaljlol annoyIngly jnqUlsitiZe ITcT iFX day chair hundred NEWYORK prepaid Fa- rMers NEWYORK helpful paper- published Every contains Special VETERINARY Street CURTIS CAshierI Made Points Elizabeth proposed Give the Eyes a Rest It Is a good plan to close the eyes for five minutes every few hours This will not only rest the eyes but pre vent the wrinkles known as crows feet from making their appearance as early as they would otherwise SUBSCRIBE fI 1TH WS r I I q rk l r r j r q ZZr rr wyLff1 ra ii v dxl qs lfltri r IS 3 00f kL q 1 Jr nt TIE WI CElTEtJ tWs g + 1 r6 It it I+ Iu tt Ji Jo tt oh iiP JKM Bracelets Necklaces and Shirtwaist Rings the greatest care has been taken in the selection of our line of Bracelets Necklaces and Shirtwaist Rings for this s asoniWe have much that is new and exclusive In these lines U 1 end we hope for your particular attention to them IJeweler tI f soc= ErrYIv I The Girls Missionary Society of j the Methodist church South will have a candy and aporn sale on Saturday beginning at 9 oclock in the Lindsey building b t Mrs Ol Q Hadden will be has Thursdayfafterhoon mffcf rtjf Mrs 0 G Hadden and M6 Nancy Stevenson will niFortytwo Thursday evening Dont forget the lecture A t the Opera House tonight under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Crhistian church by Mr Gilbert Atlee Aldridge Impersona tor The ladies of the St Joseph Oath olic church will have on sale at the Lindsejr building a splendid assort ment of fancy work candies cakes an ptheVdesirable articles on Fri IIIdaygnd Saturday Lunch wIll bo ach day Everybody invit ed The Home Missionary Society of tbflMetho3ist caurehlrilLmeetwii b Mis0J Chandler Thursday at 28dpm i Easter Decorations As Easter drawsnear the minds of the men as well as those of the Alrdnjen turn tow rdg the beautiful things to wear i Already many of the merchants are dressing their windows and the city is pre P atinhforagala day 7M Coid Smith and Phillips has an especially attractive window r- rsThe background is a lattice work of soutlaern smilax and here and there r viteria from the smi l xif 7anYUptodateand beautiful stride of Easter footgear add charm tofttie artistic decoration Baldwin Bros have just gotten their store improved aurlpaperedI many ex unite ajy are to be seen there Phillips Drug Store is about completed ifd vyJll be one of the most uptoriale i crr te and next week the city will be beautifulin her new dress Ferndell Pure Foods Cannes 11 1 itt y aril Optician PERSONALS Richmond Climax says Mrs Harry Scrivener and children of Winchester are visiting relatives hereThe Mt Sterling Advocate says Miss Ilia Stewart of Winchester is visiting her sister Mrs Ro- gBarnesW er fl Strossmau of heress lei s in town Mr Bo R Jouett is in Beattyville on business Rev 0 T Brooksbire of the Louisville Seminary was the guest of Miss Kate Ramsey Tuesday Miss Sadie Nolcini spent Monday inLexingtonMiss Renaker has acce ed a position with C B Ross aud will be glad to see her friends Rev and Mrs Sam Bradley are the guests of Mrs Benry Bradley Mr Jesse Bonde was in Cincin nati Tuesday Mr Sam Parks of Ford was in town Tuesday Mr and Mrs Virgil Hieatfc have returned borne and will go to house keeping at once in the country Mr James H Martin left Tuesday afternoon for Louisville MrJ Ray Patterson has returned from a visit with friends in Owings ville Mrs Carr Calmes spent Tuesday with friends in Mt Sterling Miss Kate Howard of Ford is the guest of friends here Mr Dave Prewitt was taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital Tues day His many friends here hope that his condition is not serious and that he may be out in asbort time LITTLE STONER H B Wiseman made a business trip to Virden Saturday Mr and Mrs Bob Henry and two sobs spent Sunday with Mr a Mrs Everett Burgher Mr and Mrs Nesbert Hiley ofof IMt Sterling are visiting t e f mt rtf mother Mrs John Hiley Miss Agnes Br dl y spent Sa day iiigbt an Sunday with Mis WInnh Mr and Dirs Will Wlseman and children of Renick visited the family of H B Wiseman Saturday DONT FAIL TO SEE US t uggfrom the tremendous sales we have h ad the past two weeks on Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds we know we are cheaper than anyone Gompa5epiijceJanlquaHty auSee for YOU if iliaj we can save you money t As we have warnedyou before dont bemis led b cheaper and inerior grades Both Phones No 40SI Bring us lour Eggs we will pay the highest market Trice RWRounsavall G Go N SOLE AGENTS Huylirs 1t t 1 t Chase G Sanborns Coffees Prices Lard and Sausage N j g f rl p t i1 1 t F JIyr 1 t 3 and Sunday Mr and Yrs Barnes Castle and son Clayton of Montgomery county were guests of Mi Sand Mrs J R Lee SundayPILOT VIEW Mrs W R Stanhope is able beout again after a serious atta of throat trouble Mr and Mrs ML Conkwrig attended preaching at Dunaways and were guests at the 11Sunday John Rankins and Mrs S A Niblack an family were the guests of the formers patents Mr and Mrs H B ibalckof Pine Ridge Sunday- S A Niblack bought a pair mules from McEldowney and Brock fovfSQO DODGE Mr M E Murphy and family have gone to Hamilton Ohio make their home Mr and Mrs Dave Sims and famI ly visited relatives in Farmers from Friday until Monday Mr R V Northcutt has beeni suffering with rheumatism but better Miss Ida Rainey was the guest of Miss Lizzie Combs Sunday Mr Clorine Lowrey bought from Mr Ira Wills six fheadMr and Mrs Abe Denison was gStokelyMiss Eva Yeary of Wades Mill YearY7ItMrs James Williams and ts little children were guests of Mrs Stella Yeary recently Mrs Bell Howard andtwochil dren of the Levee visited relatives here the past week IRON MOUND Charlie Williams is on the sic list Miss Sallie Stone who has teen quite ill for some time is able to be out agin Tinker Puckett sold to Phil Puckett two horses for 150 Mra Ollie Wills was the guest ofa Manda Stone recently MrsMalinda WiStoneMrs Mike Wills visited Mrs TackDar Wills Tuesday Willie G Stone made a business trip to Ford MondaytJMi ses Amtnda and Ella Vaughn visited Mis Ida B Stone recently Tack Wills bougut some hogs from Franklin Stone price unknownAI Mrs TSallie Williams was the tuofSTATIONndGeorge Lewis Jr was the guest friends at Pilot View last Satur CoorEld Benry Clark of Madison brurfooesjme f J S Jones MrsfJ B Morton of Richmond visited at the home of S T Tevis of last week we Willie Emerson of Winchester bought a twoyearold horse from George Lewis Jr for 100 Dr Kimbrough and floss Ecrain In of Winchester made a profes ta signal visit to this neighborhood last week is Mrs Etban Jones will begin a spring term school at Salem next Monday Mro L P Robbins and familyM will leave in a short time tor Washington to make that place theirfr home NORMAL ILL Alf Weber is on the sick list Benjamin DeVary has a severe Ma attack of stomach trouble Mr and Mrs R C Leeher anm baby were the pleasant guests of has Mr Leshers brother Ben DeVaryi and family recently Born to Mr and Mrs Ed Daw son March 27 a fine boy Miss Giace Frost is ill of the u ing matiam On Wednesday March 24 the wedding of Miss Sarah A Byrd S to Mr James B DeVary both Bloomington was ilemnized at he marriage parlors of Justice TJ W B Hendryx They were attended by Miss Winifred Gaines and Mr Lucien Bobbett The young couple went to house keeping at once in a beautifuJ residence at 1306 Mason street which Mr DeVary had prepared for his bride J u WILLS J B Noland is seriously ill one Mrs J R Adams is slowly im proving A VV Jtal stvi 1 rt11-r Jf 1 i Il Ja ei Finnell pfjay e count wMjia Our vicinity hat welc Mr and MM lPm Bodies Tiited inioiir vicinity recently Mr and Mrs Jesse Warren visit edjrelatives near Winchester sn ckMiss Pearl Allan of VineBest here this week schtB C Kimbrell sold three shoats to Bud Woods at 5 cants per pound Dr J A Snowden had a yearling dcalfto broak its neck last week G W Everman of West Bet was in this vicinity last week familyjfKimbrell and family MrsFredweek atond spent Sunday with Dr and Mrs J A Snow den birthlratlzan Howard and daughter Rebecca of Trapp visited rela Stiand MrsT W Abbott of Indian Fields visited thee liters mother Mrs J C Johnson recently Misses Janie and Ida Williams brother Jam ei of Log Li Miss Mrytie Conkwrghn brother Clay of Pilot View spent with Miss Earl Parrish FORD Miss Nell Tudor visited relate at Irvine from Saturday until Mona day Miss Hattie KirKpatrick has returned to her home at North Caro lina after a visit of two weeks to her sister Mrs D J Williams Mrs Harry Tudor was in Win Chester showing last Wednesday Cincinnk ate wee Miss Ruby flubbard was inW in alChesterMi Ault of Cincinnati was he recentlyiMr J C Bowman has accepted position in the B and B store Miss Maud Moberlv has returned aftosr a inieand Mrs M F Quisenberry ofRed House were th e guests Ifof Mr and Mrs J C Bowman during past week haveIfniohere havestrned to their home at Lexington atfer a visit to the latterscister I Dirs C P Bales Mr Clarence Richardson who is employed for the B and B Lumber mpany dropped a piece of heavy timber on his foot one day last weekj eaking a bone and bruising his t considerably Mrs J R Smith and little so Roy and Robert visited the fam W F Smith during the past ektMr Leslie Edwards of North Mid dletown visited here last Sunday Dr F W Terhune of Lexington Ford for a few days doing den his workMiss Beiry of West Bend the guest of her aunt Mrs A beIIIS Merritt x Mrs Tyra Lovitt is on the sick list Andrew Lisle went to Frankfort onday on business Miss Bettie Flynn has return ed m Cincinnati where she hasall been for the past few weeks p u rgives chasing her spring and summer stock of millinery Mi S P Witmer leftFridV for rtinsville Ind Mr Witmer has been suffering for the past two onths with rheumatism and gone there with the hope that h6may regain his health W A Brown was in Winchester Monday Oscar Fielding of Irvine is vis it Henry Tuttle SEWELL SHOP Miss Nannie Rupard who Las been no neofmonths will return to W nchestertIJ mMisslsluFaulknerMiss Carrie Rupard and Cliff Yeary went to Kiddville Sunday D Clinton Hedger was the guest of M Sewell andfamily from Sat ardor until ondayVMr and Mrs J T Sewell spent we day last week with Mrs Jim Rijgs Mr ITelson C ump was inlIt i C r S fl I jS uagrmedty last W kOD bu i risesrMiac Came Rupard will begin a prirate school atTracY schoolhouse n ear this place next Mpnday InMOUTH OF FOUR MILE Dioergerson s Miss Joan Sewell came home from hool very ill but Is somewhat better George Ferguson visited his brother M G Ferguson of Mt Sterling recently- d Mr and Mrs Dee Baber of Lexington are visiting Mr George Brown Mrs Josie Wilcox is visiting rely tives in Winchester Mr Ance Warner is atching logs at Lock No 11 Mrs Lucy Kidd has returned home after a visit to her daughter in Winchester Mr Croskman of New York is visiting Mr Tom Kidd Miss Burdeaux Ferguson of Rich MtSterlinghome a few days The little child of Jonathan May berry is very sick Mrs J D Hukle is quite ill p HUNT ckMts Joseph Hall continues quite m School closed at this place March 12 with Miss Mary Hollar as teacher vesConnie Gaines had AS her guest recently her sister Miss Eva Baugh of Mershons Mrs J E Lanter of Blooming dale and Mrs Jefferson Webb of this place are very ill of Jagrippe Jas Reed is improving after an illlness of about two weeks Mrs S G Jewell was the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Wilder of tFord recently Henry Johnson is visiting friends this place horseeor tlrPriceUIiknoLemon Burton hasiejairned from Berea where he has been attending schoolMiss Mary Frances Ecton is visit ins her grandmother Mrs Tuttle Paris FOLDING CHAIR BREAKS FINGERSends Are Caught in Frame When He Leans Forward and Both Injuredre1VIAYSVILLE Ky March 31Mr fVpall an employe of the Mays villiQ Telephone Company while re dining in a folding chair uthis home thoughtlessly leaned forward with both hoods on the frame and they were caught in the frame Two finis era on the right hand were broken und several others badly mashedon the left As a result he now has bandagesaNOTICE OF APPRECIATION We wish tp thank our many friends und neighbors for their kindness to oar brother John Hamilton dunug late Illness ani also for the beui tiful floral pieces at the time of his death SISTER AND BROTHERS The Ruler of the World IWhen we pet behind all the circum stances of our dally life we find the thinker the man with Ideas He Is the Itrue ruler of the world He gives us things from the clothes of our to the clothes of our minds He us coats and commandments mutton chops and morals He gives us our policies our religion all In short that we have London yally Dispatch INSTANT RELIEF FROM ITCH I The 1Refresfiedlr Instant Relief from that itch jAndic- Jiista crop or two on the skin and more of that torturing endless in itch Can you imagine how it will feelwitching agony swept away in- omcnt4 a a dljustexternal liquid remediesoil of wintergreen as compounded in D D ler Prescription We positively know that it alle viates the itch immediately =we ch for this and guarantee it for have seep it used in too manY cases and the cures that follow far s as we krnowseem to be p rma ofWent Phillips Drii Co mpaa r ti Ir t t i f Jif f r r 7 1 3aOT5 pr the 2 enthw ARTIS TURNBULL r Easter is Nearly Here 9We have prepared liberally even lavishlyof all that is newest and bestin the way of EASTER WEAR THINGS CHARMING NEW SUITS v The Ver Latest in Dress Goods and Yr Silks eOMEAND SEE WHAT W HAVE ARTIS TURNBULLL and of n as we in we are able to the very with V We Give S t H The Japanese Baby The first name is gi = en to Kim with great ceremony when he and takes a new name upr on public dtit1 shetakes another same name he happens to have at iat time he must change it again he iust also change It when he marries and when he dies it is changed for the st time and inscribed upon his tomb Notes A Modern Instance The higher education is not wholly vain Here is a student of the Uni versity of who has so v with the great valet even to the blacking of the boots They say no man is hero to his valet Wonder what this particular monkey of his mas He Wanted Some The banquet table wa spread arid the guests about to be summoned Art you sure that there are no re porters present anxiously asked tiU lost of the butler Ive made certain it air Then UotIt and tots tow rejoinedd the host yr- r Jkf j fV l 3 THE ELEGANC t and variety represent ed in present stock of Furniture claim the attention consideration all FURNITURE BUYERSI Buying do large quantities quote lowest prices con Sistent fine quality The Winn Furniture Co Green Trading Stamps iPlimonth upuswnesEntering everystep Home Pennsylvania communed trainathinks iiiL our Action of the Magnetic Needle The magnetic needle comes to rest pointing north and south because the earth acts as if It were a great mag net A compass needle would come to rest pointing lengthwise of a br mag net placed under the compass needle just as It does under the influence ot the earth For this reason we think of the earth as a great magnet The north pole and the north star have BO influence over the compass needle ii T nv Reeds InhuatICHIl jOnce when Thomas B Reed WM with the late Senator Wolcott of Cola ratio and Joseph Choate Mr Cheated when asked to take a drink said that he never drank never smokedto excess and never gambled in his life- Wbl colt who was a sinner in one of these lines looked padietlcally at Reed and said L wish I could say that Say it said Reed Cheat did The Law f Spcculatftfi Big men are given to taking profit while smaller niea ate a baaft for biIsslMwn The Law of tfct akesr in th s applies U sptciidaUo The bf4 tfatirrespetiyesafe whe UM hirer sis are sal klIY 41y t rt it tt J r t t t rr7 211 t i n1lh I t rl 1Tr1Nrtrr tii 2 hANDWwtocro I f JlY tLLUT1lAToNA COPYRIGHTaW7 eY Oo ILL CtE offieand How unpleasant said she You know possibly said Mrs Overman Hodge Eathrbp regaining something of her position l TIncleed I do Miss Green assented It sweetly but where it is in the line of ones Ssion duty obscures the- unpleasantness i One cannot you i know always choose ones occupation Good morning v And catchirfg her skirts with a smile and a bow she left r The successful lobbyists stood in si Ieucei4n6ment looked one to another atrspoke ill Morley she said J do wish YOU yourji J yCHAPTER XV l Just before dinner Amelia and Ver 7 no1i sat in the little waiting room of the hotel Mrs Overman HodgeLa TLthrop and her ladies had gone up to suite they had taken and were engaged in repairing the toilets their ti s political labors of the morning had cmithey and had joined Vernon waiting = forher below They sat in the dim little room where Amelia could look across the corridor to the elevator expecting r every moment the coming of Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop Now that they fund themselves alone and face to face with the necessity of recon dilation a constraint had fallen on them Amelia constantly kept her eye on the elevator Men were passing and repassing the open door going to or coming from the barroom and thelbJ loud talk and laughter beat in v sintothe dim little retreat of the lovers f t As Vernon sat there he imagined that aUVthat taut was of him more than all that all that laughter was at ofeither the legislators came over to the hotel for their big nooa dinners At last Amelia turned to him r Youve got the blues havent you she said It would seem that some how he did her an injustice by having the blues rNo he answered Txhen whats the matter she de J manded Vernon glanced at her and his glance carried its own reproach Oh she said as if suddenly re calling a trivial incident Still wor rying about that5 tWell Vernon answered Hit has some seriousness for me Amelia sitting properly erect her hands folded in her lap twisted about and faced him You dont mean Morley that you are sorry it didnrt pass do Vlt puts me in rather an awkward position he said i suppose you know that iir dont see how Amelia replied Well Vernon explained to stand for a measure of that importance and then at the final critical moment to fail AfcOh Is qSld Amelia moving away from him on the couch Of courseiif you regret the time if youd irather have been over in the senate than to have been with me why of t t course She gave a little deprecat V lag laugh Vrpon leaned impulsively toward her Brit dear he said you ont un derstand jrAhd after your bogging me to come down 0 Springfield to see you Amelia said Her eyes were fixed on the elevator and just at that moment tlie car came rushing down the shaftI and swished itself to a stop just when It seemed it Should have shattered v itself to pieces at the bottom The ele vator boy clanged the iron door back and Maria Greene stepped outIThere she is noWsaid Amelia r raising her head to see Miss Greene parsed a moment to reply to the greetlng of some one of the politicians r r4who stopped tor speak to her A neiias nose was elevated ndso thats the wonderful hair you all admire so much is It she said j 1 r Yfelireplied Vernon almost de liantly dont you think it is rather v excejptlpnaliiair Amelia turned on him with a look Y of superior and penetration Does that shade dceiyeo she asked She smiled disconcertingly as jLfche looked away again at Maria Greene Thatwoman lawyer wag just leaving the olUlciang r hatxwentQnho j r a ra J t 4 t r iO i F r d deep meaning it may originally bav been the right shade the poor hat cant e expected to change its color Vernon had no answer for her I wonder what explanation shell have for her defeat sald Amelia in a tone that cauld not concealits spirit oftriumph Im not worried about tbatsaId Vernon Im more concerned abbu the explanation Ill have Dearest exclaimed Amelia swift ly laying her hand on his Her tone had changed and as she leaned toward him with the new tenderness that her new manner exhaled Vernon felt change within himself and his heart swelled Dearest she said In a voice that hesitated before the idea of some ne essary reparation are you really so badly disappointed Ho looked at her then suddenly he drew herInto his arms and she let her head rest for an instant on his shoulder but only for an instant Then she exclaimed and was erect and all proprietyYou forget where we are dear she said rIin all directions he kissed her Morley she cried and her cheeks were red anew and happy red They sat there looking at each otherYou didnt consider you dldn t really consider her pretty dM you Amelia asked Why Amelia what a question But you didnt Dont evade Morley Oh well now shes not bad looking exactly but as for beauty vfell shes rather what Id call handsome Handsome Amelia exclaimed drawing back Why yes Dont you see dear Vernon was trying to laugh Can you see the distinction We call me handsome dont we Not pretty or anything like that But women Ah women Them we call now and then beautiful And you darling you are beautifulThey were face to face again bot smiling radiantly Then Amelia drew away saying Morley dont be ridiculous But Im dead in earnest dear ti went on And I think you ought to make some sort of amends for allthe misery youve caused me You poor boy she said with the pity that is part of a womans tri umph I did it he said just because Jove you arid have learned in you what women are capable ofwhat they might do in politics In politics Morley Can you Imagine me in politics I thought you had a more exalted opinion of women I thought you kept them on a higher planesBut you Vernon laughed and shook his head at the mystery of it but did not go on Why Morley would you want to see your mother or your sister or me or even Mrs HodgeLathrop in poll tics Well he said with a sudden and serious emphasis not Mrs Hodge Lathrop exactly Shed be of the state central committee fro the start and well the machine would be a corker thats all The elevator was rushing down again in its perilous descent and when its door flew open they saw Mrs Over man HodgeLathrop come out of the car Vernon rose hastily There she is he satdIIVC v mustnt keep her waiting Amelia rose but she caught his hand and gave it a sudden pressure But you havent answered myques tioushe said with a continuity o f thought that was her final surprise for him Are you so very badly disappointed after all Well no he said I dont think it would do It would well it woul complicate Mrs HodgeLathrop was standing in the door peering impatiently into the dim little room Tiiey stared toward her Anyway dear heart Amelia whlsr pered as they went remember this that you did it all for me THE END 7oa cJtUsIYou ran into an hour ang kp c said Jthe court That pr a little better rsuppose answered the chauffeur J slow do n 1 t1Merepiecautton your honor Onpt I shut off speed and hit a man so gent ly that he Pas able to climb into th e machine and give me a licking A 7t r i r HEllAt OF FEUD IN 1PERRYCOUNTY FEARED LittleHepe For Recovery of Henry Ingells Who Was Shot on the Streets JACKSON Ky March 31Tele pphne reports from Hazard Perry county indicate the probable renewal of air old feud on account of the assassination of Tfenry Ingells In gells wits Shot down on Main street in Hazard yesterday immediately af ter his arrival there from the peni teiitiary itFrankfori where he Imd just completed serving a term in pris- On on account ofn shooting scrape he had with M C Eversole now Sheriff of Perry county The shooting of Ingells was done by Combsethat there is ho doubt of Eversoles connection with it Ingells was shot through the body with a heavy rifle and there is Hftlehope of his recov cry lMODERN WOODMEN WILL MISREPRESENTATION PAY- r injineliesterway to Succeed is to misrepresent the ascwfijl as to deceive as to the true mcr its of their own organizations This is n serious mistake Everyorgan ization has sufficient merit to attract without practicing either misrepre sentatfon or deception all are good curd many armgreat hence there is no 7everthelesscertain or wilfully misrepresenting the11 Brof Avtlie greatest of tlie great societies to gain a temporary ad vantage For one thing they are saying the 11of A has no stir plus and can have none This is false on its face The Modern Woodmen not only al ways has a large surplus but its rates are nil the way from 30 per cent to 80 per cent less than its three nearest competitors Not only this but it actually collects off each member each year over 50 per cent less than these competitors and still lias a large stir phis left- The v fact is the Hoddrn Woodmen threetofnits said competitors has accumulated in its entire lifetime and still has left on hand itt the end of each year a large surplus This being absolutely byhUnlike other Societies the M W of A is a cooperative institution and ncedeclfor absolute protection it is left in the pockets of its more than a million members for the use and benefit of their families many df whom are at times in sore need JJ momIit can collect from them at its much lower rate and still hate a large and safe surplus left why should other societies object Certainly then members never get any more benefits than an M W 9f Amember ROY E SMITH Clerk By order Local Camp M W A 4 331lt EQUALIZATION BOARD RAISES ASSESSMENTS Central Kentucky Counties Subjected- to Tentative Increase on Farm LotsmFRANKFORT Ky March 31 The State Board of Equalization yes terday announced the following ten tative raises of assessment on coun ties in Central Kentucky the first fig ures being the per cent increase on own lot second on farm lands CarIroll 5 5 Rockcastle 0 2 Jessamine 0 4 Bourbon 2 5 Voodforcl 2 0 Jackson 0 8j Boyle 5 5 Garrard 10 0 Butler 5 5 Edmonson 4 4 Graysonj 3 3 Hancock 0 10 lien dorson 2A3 j Logan 2C2 Franklin od 56 ACRES BRING 3200 W Smith Rutledge sold last week for Tom Moore his farm of 56 acres on rifer Bybbe pike to Clyde Gainos for 3200- MERCHANT LOSES 225 ON ROAD CA VEPTON Ky March 3iJ T Bailey a merchant of this city while retiirning from Rogciswhcre has a branch store lost 225 in a bill book which worked out of his pocket 1 The Last Straw I am entirely friendless remarked the man of gloom Why do you knbw today I owed to the Inevitable and 11 cut me v f 1 t tmrm m rmrmrmrmrm rm IS t I mrI I Spring fl 1 Clothes E m for Men m j fi e JtI m f E 11 t r c Iort ilss1 sora aua dup oqj pun suns srua A8J 0191 SlY pus ojuj suns lSJJ guf 9UIBU su sear urns eqi As by life did the the did the Tim we are our of It of we are by the are Bad are has the last more eat and not and The for more air fad All the who had the for saw sho my man near kin out who loaf the tie tdlmtdQ e By Steinloch 1909 1t SCS TEINBLOCfl have distributed to the best clothiers their I 1Styles for Spring and Summer 1909 Wherever in America you happen to live these are there for you to see m They have not been createdno sfyles are t Imm some 1U t some ImSteinBloch have made the rounds for you and adapted flie best of these dictates of the fashionables As your clothes com J missioners they can give you at your own home and at mod i season erate cost the best t ftase and have produced for the 1 It II IIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM 11 J1U The Door is Unbolted I Upul UJ jpBtu suiisnra XznjeS jo ajuojiap m SS9U9UU ni IBAJJ sunsnra epsraqsji juasaad uI pnTJiSua tUB 90UBJii UJ 92JBI UJ mloUJnQum lI PJUMJaun V uj pUBiSng of iqSnoaq Bjpui pgonpojjui I aaain mojj Tjjsy qspian trf lnssnolc lo lnsoW w apnut aq uiojj sgAjjgp IJI jo rcJai ra a1JJoU slgZ- ullsfW JO ulBIro Success Is Measured Success is measured appropriate service Widow OCallaghan made a success in so mother in Birds Christmas Carol so mother of Tiny Success means filling a useful place in so ciety Prevalence of English Language world written n English X t j You always welcome to come here and examine extensive line doors sashes and other high grade mill work is work which proud Every detail is carefully constructed mill experts sawing planing finish and general cabinetwork is unsurpassed Our prices pretty low considering We ask your insp c ionj Healtn as conditions today great progress been made during 20 years People are growing careful as to what they drink There Is no city that is bestirring itself to improve its water supply its system of sanitation demand fresh is almost a In progressive communities Meteors Shay exclaimed citizen been witting up with a friend gazing wonderingly at heavens thish must be a great night stronomers Never many meteors in City Times Frjvoluui Person A about town as as I figger It remarked Uncle Goahall Hemlock Isa feller wants to around from pillar to post Aint satisfied to takeup a daces with solid citizens every Yafcn roy ir i71 rm rmrmtmirmtrd III I 1 I IJiC IS t 1 styles good I I m swealth t SOpHUOnb wainscoting I Mid the Bustle of Building I No Heed Paid to Begging Letters As nearly as can be ascertained the wealthy persons ot New York city re ceive 35000 begging letters a day from strangers and the writers stand a better chance of finding money than in getting from them for even the most liberal of do not dispense their charity excepting according to careful plans and after In- v stIgaUon IToo Much Gravity a Bad Sign is a false gravity which is very ill symptom and it may be said bottom so a solid stiffness in the ron stant course of a mans life is a sign of a thick bed of mild at the bottom of his brain Savillc Tartars Manners Wheni1TJtar Invites an honored u4 u him he will take she guest ead lead hi etto the table C qr tf 2 I take time to think of your lumber supply for your next contract and when you do think of us If you dont know us get acquaintedat once for we are folks you ought to know andyouipught to know our lumber too We will be happy to supply you with any grade at the fairest figuresn JIWINCHESTERnLUMBER MANUFACTURING COU I T whichss IlfeKansas philanthropists slowlyhave A CrosSEyed Hit boYIrecitation whispered one whose eyes are straight He seems to be to impartial They think he Is looking at them all at one and the same time when the fact of the matter is that ho cant look a single one of them straight in the face- Thoughtful Child They are considerate youngsters In England as most people know lit tIe boy whose grandmother hadjust- died wrote the following letter which he duly posted Dear Angels We have stat you grandma Please give her a harp to play asshe is short winded and cant blow a trumpet London TltBJts Should Net Be RIMIcukiL Dont scoff at humbls Tiagliihlhgs gotltlsslartapoliS News XjX i i j J t1I fY t tvT c r t c c c hd i Or YI4 v 7 w tHE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Five EIGHT KLLEDW KilNEXPLOSIGN r r Dynamite Lets 60 In Rail = amppWAS MlNft TMWED OU- r f MenWere engaged In Blowing O siaHbf Lalge HJH on Norfolk West rr Right of Way Near Chill cothe Ohio Whole Countryside ThSah a Score Seriously Injured T Victims Unidentified Chillicothe 0 March 31 Eight men were killed and 20 or more seri ously injured when 400 pounds of dynamite exploded at a Norfolk Western construction camp near this dPride Charles Buchanan Columbus conduc tor of the work train Newton May colored Chatham Va Charles W chams colored Martinsville Va Jo seph Miller colored Salem N C Two other colored men were killed but their bodies were so scattered by tho explosion that they nad to be weIre At the point of the accident the railroad is constructing a double track and the mel were engaged blowing out the side of a large hill dynamite being used Four hundred pounds of dynamite were laid around a campfire to thaw out and men were sittlrig around the fire A few min utes before the explosion Foreman George Davis came to the fire a told the men to be careful of the dy Iihiea warning began to spread out ihe dy namite Davis had hardly reached a point 50 yards from the fire when the explosion occurred and he was thrown 20 feetin the air The whole country side was aroused by the explosion aml came to he rescue They found that out of the 30 men in the gang nearly every one h been killed or injured A relief train rushed from this city to the scene ot the accident with doctors and the injured were brought to the hospi in this city MINE IS THREATENED w Armed Americans Prepare to Resist Attack of Hungarians Jasonville Ind March 3kSouri- ng of the distress whistle at t Bogle mine collected 200 armed men vin Jasonville in response to the port that the Hungarians who w driven out had returned with dyi mite to blow up the mine The wiresbHungarians Accept Inevitable Terre Haute Ind March 31 Hungarian miners employed at Bogle colliery at Jasonville vho gaged in a battle with the Amerlc miners in which 11 persons w wounded have accepted the inevit able and scattered indifferent parts of the country Many of them have go to Adeua 0- Part of Crew Missing Havana March 31 Fourteen mem bers of the crew of the Hambu American steamer Altenburg cvhi itJThe Xitenburg caught fire at the burninfe piers of the Havana Central railway MINERS ENTOMBED Beiieyed That ThirtY eight Mexicans Perished In Explosion Eagle Pass Tex March 31Th tyeight Mexican miners are entomb ed 1n the coal mine at Minor Mexico operated by the Coahuila Mining com pany as r the result of an explosi caused from firedamp Up t3 t prosenttime none of the miners have bqqn rescued and it is probable all are dead Holds Killing Justifiable Pine Bluff Ark March 30That John Day master mechanic at the Clio plant of the Bluff City Lum company was justified in killing D HV Duncan capitalist and vice presi dent of the lumber company was held Justice of the Peace harles- Roebu k who ordered the release of iDay from custody Duncan was shot ajndkilled while discussing matte In connection with the workings the frill with Day the latter ing tliat the shooting was in self fense v Insurance Losses Grow Toledo On March SlThe second partial report of Trustees Torgler and Marshall of the Ohio Germ Fire Insurance company show t losses of the company to be growing The report discloses a total of 3SO 91775 in unpaid loss claims a losses iu the legal department to f amount of 2241577 making an ag grbgate df 40333352 Ohio Farmer Killed Port Wayne Ind March 31Shman Strode a farmer living at Grover Hill 0 was killed by the explosion otn gas generator IIa body was i cfI throtgh tceiieutttiiilb j t 1 7 SILENCE Tiff WATCHWORD ade H Ellis Announces Policy of Trust Suatirg Department Chicago March 31 Wade H Ellis assistant to the at orney general of the United totes MRis here to confer with District Attirajby Sims in re gard to pendng federal prosecutions said that the government would go ahead with the prosecution of every Indictment against the Standard Oil company Judge Andersons decision in the ComTon cases said he except as it may have established precedents to coyer other cases that may come iiiup TUr Ellis said that silence would be the watchword of the new dmlnistratioas trustbusting ef forts OhioW An nouncement was made here that Al fred G Bookwalter of Boston Mass educationalsecretary for the Y M of Massachu setts and Rhode Island had been chosen as secretary of the Ohio State Y M C A committee to succeed R E Lewis who went to Cleveland to ay to succeed the late Glen secretary of the Cleveland associa tion Kidnaperil Twenty thousand American boys all members of a social and athletic organization known as the Sons of Daniel Boone have enlisted in the task of running down the kidnaper of one of their number Harold Moon a member ofI the Flint Mich chapter of the or ganization InWins Fourth Consecutive Game New York March StOra C Morn ingstar formerly of Rochester Ind but now of New York won his fourth consecutive game in the international 1S2 championship billiard tourna ment defeating A G Cutler of Dos ndrWOMAN PREVENTS DOUBLE LYNCHIN6 Pleads With Mob That Captured AadinCaof Mrs James Wood wife ota farmer living south of James port prevented the lynching of the two men accused of shooting arid mortally wounding Marshal Caraway at Jamesport The men had been sur odf procurehe e prisoners when Mrs Wood interfered peereialea prevented the lynching The jayesDaviess county 3Ranchman StNewther t inurdeanr n werenear Uiuu JHUUU uy luuir auumjtiw Richard Barton who killed them wit an ax after which the dispatch says ehe mutilatotl the bodies Barton watt captured at EdgomonttS D Dqmes tic trouble is supposed to have prompted the crime suchChicago Cattle Steer 007 cows 54 0025 75 heifers 33 25G bulls 3 75C 5 25 stockers and feeders 83 S05 50 CnhcI3 1jO8 00 and Lambs Sheep 5S 007 Otf lam 008 25 yearlings 55 607 36 Hogs 131butcherschoice light 6 861w7 00 packing 5500 pigs 5 300 40 Wheat No cirEast Buffalo Cattle Exiwrt cat tle 006 76 shipping steers 6 000 6 25 butcher cattle 56 OOQG i0 heifers 54 50G 00 cows 58 50C 50 Mills S3 Shehewothors 56 50G 75 owes 00C 35 lambs 7 008 40 yeatlings 7 ODQ7 60 Hogs Heavies 57 35i7 40 mediums 57 35 Yorkers 57 2607 35 pigs 75 roughs 406 50 stags 56 005 50 Plttsburg PaCattle Choice 56 50g 6 65 prime 56 206 40 tidy butchers 55 506 85 heifers 53 00j 6 50 hulls cowhers Shcqp and LambsPrime wetliers 6 46 6 50 good mixed 00C 35 lambs 5007 00 spring lambs 10 0001S 00 Hogs Prime heavy hogs 7 361 40 mediums 57 307 35 heavy Yorkers 57 257 35 light Yorkers 907 05 pigs 6 256 50 raCleveland OCattle Prime dryfed 0ainadeand Lambs Mived sheep clipped 55 t 1J 5 50 clipped ewes 5 005 26 clipped Brothers 55 605 76 clipped lambs 55 6 85 HogsMixed 57 15 heavies of 57 25 mediums 57 15 Yorkers 56 75 Q 7 15 pigs 56 256 roughs 50 40 stags 55 50 Ponnsyivhe h a ed 3S39c No 2 washed 3839c fine unwashed 2324c fine unmerchantable nd2s27c YIblood combing 31c 1blo 30hec i ed 3031c Kentucky and Indiana sblood 2930c 14blood 2829c Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 32i 33 Corn No 2 G869c p SCe2Lard9c iBacon 10 Hogs 55 256 40 Cattle2 75o 25 Sheep 52 265 75 Lamb 55 00S 00 TIMt f r IIa a r HORSE L t i 11 PRINTED ATTHIS oFfiCE FirstClass Work Reasonable Prices TheColumns of THE NEWS reaches nearly every home in and reach your 5customers The News Co u u IN THE NEWS TWO AR KILLED IN RUCKSUDE Union Pacific Train Is Ditched and r13urneil Near Salt Lake City Special to Tho News StUcLAKECllY Utah March traintslide near Castle Rock Utah today j id went ijto the ditch The lief- as Ininnhu Jii email Lowhan till J uerllallelhHUCKERVILLE FiP1d1ngAdams Lad a valuable horse to lie last week Miss Rosa Jones is teaching a ConkIwright bougho 11 house in Winchester from Andy itifsRev Mr Johnson of Estill sou tmJntlhele8Dirs Nancy Jones of Pilot View visited Mrs Millio Cox Monday W A Stephens bought a pair mules from Matt Thomas for 340 JACKSON FERRY Born March 19 to Mr and Mrs Jas Gravitt Jr a son Thomas Misses Luiy and Mollie Willcox and Mollie Aldridge spent Saturday night with Mao and Minnie Shearer Air Claud Chisrn and Miss Maggie Bnsh both of this county Won married in Winchester March 24 May happiness and prosperity be theirs Mrs Wm Gravitt who has bee ainailin tMrsnear Clintonville spentlastI week with relnthes bereIJesse Thompson and family vis iced relatives here Sunday Loula Woo lev has returned borne hoder brother an sister at Colby Cure for Mental Depression Mental depression may come from rohysicalm too much idleness Go among cheerful Mentis take the air a wholesom and keep away from introspection ietI AllEYttS WANT 4 ADVERiIS MENt r t JACK rJ Lards and FOIders countyAdvertise Winchester Incorpor- atedADVERTSE Why Not thusAllan metostars meInothingthatso ofjmelIontaigneri1if Womanthe Power itiscountry which makes the big solIIers that to be a paying business Inivestment the magazine must cater to ofthoucountrynewspapers and the articles in the magazines which their wives recom merit tothern Appletons The Dlfferenco itmakesweare eating dinner with the man in the little blue kitchen or at a table hisilook at him now Eating his spaghetti with his bread stick and wiping his fingers on the table cloth younNoticed the Distinction ISamman once visited his stable curryingg Samofman re plied the grdom Me an this host have worked for you 17 years Ah and I hope you have been well treat ed Sam said the employer Oh aint complainin none said Sam But me an th hoss was sick at th same time an I noticed that while youdaSpilt igogo after the cows at night Elbert Hub bard Deceptiven has a vacant look in a poker game Hegen erally has a full bousePhlladel- phIat Laughter Sometimes Out of Place Ouilitillian A laugh costs too much If it is bought at the expense of pro priety The Office and the Fool Wheria king creates an office Prov buyriColbert ISome Kea3ySwells Sdclety is like a wave comment inSISan Anfoaio Express j tCfuBE LSUE i X08 ifE MEWS 4k1 1 TimeI For l More 1 Printing i I i we in IKentuckyandnothinggives- us I we I iiI5he WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY i Anything j I lff GARAGE t me your for or I have l upt date with a Room for Chas Hacfan- Winchester Ky 3 landl t EsT E AND r See Us For Bargains I aid CIvCritliHlJaRillIiigandllaBllagFBr r like PEtcJiI j di M Mrli li i I 1itC Li IUtW Z is high tune that the business ttn of ofthls vicinity were finding out that we are the Only Modern Printers with Down to Date 5f Outfit the City of Winchester lids time they were awaking this fact If they would teach the ear and catchKtheeye of the vublic they must come us for theprinitiiig withwhich to do it We offer advantages Finest Machinery New and Down to the Minute Type the Largest Stock the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD YOU ASK MORE We are vain enough to believe that have a line of samples that will ellipse anything of its kind this section of more pleasure than to exhibit our production the users of printers ink We would like to call and IIshow t that cars deliver the goods II rj INCORPORATED Printers of S Main Stj New Phone 91 f Bring automobile repair storage Garage Waiting Ladies Corner of Broadway dH STROSSMAMRATUFF REAL INSURANCE Ittkirlitt Tracer SjfM 1liiis 1 IT In to to these The and FOR to you T Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000This bank began business less than three years ago deprcsionsteady ourgrowthdepositors and in the volume four business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us Per onal attenion to all businessr a jifiHJfcijJiifttij3j vsjJ l J M HCUGKIN Cashier J t BHOWH PreildentI L B COCKRELL Viet President n I Merchant Tailor ITO TTTT Ithefull line of foreign and domestic woolens over j ft K yeS clothing store Would be pleased to have you call and look my All overwork guaranteed fit or no sale JOHN ADAMS Tailort ir v H HI lWtsufc IItIC THE NEWS f 4 Sil T911 r k I j s j i Tr I 1 f 1 ls l v p 1if i iI F f artM1a2 pIItfr fi r 4ft i s f l 21 THE WnICHESTER WFWS Builders Attenitop OUR r STOCK OF LOCKS AND HINGES IS COMPLETE We Can Fleas You in DESIGN QUALITY aniPMBE i u ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF CABINETMANTELS GRATE FRAMES and TILING Y r 1 JIsf fi 3rFWefisJAi BEARING- HOUSE DOOR HANGERS a On SCREW and STRAPffiPGES and HEAVY STRAP HJNGES for Barn Building we can SaVe You Money RICHARDS TROLLEY BARN DOUR HANGERS ARE THE BEST SEE U r TOpAY WHICHEVER SAVING Ai BUILDING ASSOCIATION New Class Is to Start the First Sat s urday in May Afra regular meeting of the Win chester Building find Saving Association held March 31 1909 it was unanimously decided to start a new class to be designated class M to i begin the first Saturday in May next The officers of the association in eluding the directors are authorized to receive subscriptions for stock This association has been doing business for twentythree years and nine months and has never lost a dollar Its economical and conserva tive management guarantees safe investment to stockholders and afford- the accumulation of money by easy weekly payments Many homes have been built and paid for through the association Any officer of the also cfiition fill cheerfully explain the STEVENSONPPresident H W SCRIVENER i Secretary LOOK OUT FOR T 4E J PRETENDED OLD SOLDIERS D 0ras aUnon Veteran tdeadbeat drifted into town the early part of the week He claims tobe an exFederal soldier and wore a Grand Army button Tha first man hetstruck was Postmaster Perry who is eiFederaT sqldierVPerfy turns WoodttkpgstWood did likewise The nextf eras Mayor Hughes The Mayor kindly directed him to the road to Mount Sterling also to County Judge Evans when the D B SaiditTo hell with the County Judge D 5 Is Gone In this cpnnjictidn we want to give jvord of warning Never never hell e aaa wkecIaitns to nave been aUnion stMria tie Civil Starfhe was a real soldier the urovi4for him if he was pOa fraii k 4liJvC jl tt1j i f o Grubbs Benton Cor Main and B r way WineltesterjEy f MRS BOYLES BAIL 25000 t Alleged Abductor Waives Examina tion and Is Held to the Grand Jiiry MERCER Pa March 31Mrs James Boyle was arraigned here today before Justice of the Pease Mc Clain waived hearing and was held to the grand jury Bail was fixed at 25000 wti Chance for a bandmaster Conway which Is In need of a band muter has issued the following adve tisement He must be a cornet player bse to act as a range minder inspector of hawkers boats and ca riages storekeeper and such other du ties as the town clerk 1ayfrom time to time direct Western Mall Abuse Of satires I think as Eplctetua did If evil be said of thee and if it be true correct thyself if It bes He laugh at it By dint of time and experience I have learned to be a good appointedailywho bark at me along the road Fred erick the Great All Men Subjecto Error A man must hive a treat deal of vanity who believes and a good deal of boldness who affirms that all the doctrines he holds are true and all he rejects are false Benjamin Franklin An Emergency Exit extinguishedthE 11aJjsageLondonDal1 Charltyiand Love Without dewarid light floweret fade charity and love are the dew aad light of the human heartYlle de Gentls perihOJlsIW MirtinCHkSdru S Z lj J 1 JIll l GET l OUR PRICES i i I i i I I I I 0 f I 1 I I I III I iII I MURDEREDa NATIVES Of Philippines Is Dr William Jones of Field Museum Chi raga Special to The News MANILA March 31Dr Villia oflhas been murdered by natives at Dumo bato Isbcla provinceC MACHINIST ENDS LIFE BY POIrSDN Found Dead in His Office in P rts Nr31FrankGrassyears committed suicide here yes ter wasjoundstreet in7 the Elks building shortly afternoonhaving busiisitting in a chair with his head in his hands as if in great distress He was for merly an engineer on the L N road ReIndeerIndeerde lease to w they please and when tkziosgaltoes begin to abound about midsummer collects his herd simply 1 Yc tchT gone deer fitting It with a bell and trusting to instinct gatherIntomad91Ito s e do the rest In a cool suntmer rhsuinosgtutoes are few this Instinct joegnot come into play brIngtheM eutModernMan Whatever may be said of the mod stn staff fee cannot be said to be lack ancientcTliMu 4 fros4 the gods we do our beet to iq6itrate that we have 4eeee DtJIJlIWi 7 J rf I IiiWinchester Lawyer Attorney in Sen sational Damage Suit Fited Jn Pans f IPARIS Ky March 31Asuit for damages in the cof 50000 w sifiled here late yesterday afternoon In the Bourbon Circuit Court James McClure cashier of theEirst Nation tal Bank against James D MeClin a prominent insurance man and director in the Agricultural Bank for allegedslander The American Bonding Company JjjJfore the complaints were made the plaintiff was appointed trustee for jjtoryan infant and that in both fiduciary capacities the codefendant bonding company was surety on the plaintiffs bond and on his bond as surety as Batikfeudant who was the local repre sentative of the said bonding com pany Conspiracy is Charged IThe plaintiff further avers in his petition that he fbrtned a partner ship with Roy P Glendenin a broth andIand that said partnership and said business being the same as that in which the defendant was engaged aroused hisilIwill and malice and caused the said defendant find his codefendants to maliciously and wrongfully conspire together and among themselves to injure said plaintiff in his occupation employ ment and business and especially in his fiduciary capacity as liereinaboveI set out and to ruin said plaintiff and deprive him of his position as cashier guardian and trustee by cancelling or causing to be cancelled without lnt cause or excuse the said cashier bond and by withholding from the plaintiff and from the directors of said bank the knowledge amVirifoYmaHon of said withdrawal The petltionwhleh was filed by At torney James Winri 6f Winchester and E M DicksoH and McMillan Talbott of Pariss for the recovery ofcots in the case and all proper relief Parties Are Prominent The plaintiff and defendant are two of themost successful business men in Purls tits fo mdi hav7ng seijyed1 as Sheriff of the county and in many capacities of honor and trust as well as being prominent socially and church circles while the latter for many years been prominent so chilly as a banker and as a membci of the Presbyterian church K WICs BOYS DRIIJof Drill Between Two Com panies Thursday After noon There will be a copmetitive mil tary drill between Company A and Company Bof 1C YoC Thursday afternoon beginning at 3 30 p m Capt G G Foskett will drill Com Osborneowill be Prof CL Lewis Capt H T Strother and Walter Taylor This is the beginning of a Seri of drills to be Held from time time between the different military companies of the college Rest for Our intelligence Ignorance considered alone a aside from truth with which it is sweetly harmonious is rest for our Intelligence It maks us forget o past evils dissimulates the present ones in fine it Is a boon since comes to us from aatureBarnar SaintPierre A Fortune There Is a fortune In It for the man or woman who can Invent a womans hat that can be worn so that every time she tries It on she wont have to say Of course it doesnt look well Just now My hair isnt dressed the way it should be for this hat Dally Thought Neatnen in moderation Is a but when it is carried to excess i shows littleness of mind Good tas rejects nicety it treats little things as little things and is not hurt Ipy tkeFeJo And Listen te Its Wotatee Wuhligtoei Kelp alive in yo reait abet little s iitof eelesu fire called eeemciexie v t 111 S t 4 8 A 5j 6 i ANSWERY- OUR II If M You have probably asked yourself many times what will be the most comfortable and most stylish shoe worn this season i ITans are Popular I I jOf all the different leathers to be worn this I season tans will be far in the lead if you arejtt looking for comfort and style combined llYehape the Tan Eclipse Ties Tan Ankle Pumps and Tan Oxfords S w mYorkW dont slip at the heel TANS AND YOU BUY RIGHT mBUY 1 y W v SMITH PHILLIPS j j 2 OCTOGENARIANJoseph WIFE Womans RazorToaday Special to Tho News BUFFALO N Y Jarch 31Jose- P11 Gabner aged 70 fatally np sainted his wife aired 77 and then slashed his own windpipe with a razor Both Till die 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 227It u Whole Race Condemned A native of Annam IndoChina sen therAll Annamitles whether emperors mandarins secretaries literary men and others are born thieves It is a grave and deadlly complaint and there Is no cure for it I know people do not like thieves in France but it cannot be helped The Highest Authorities eatentoto show that whisky aggravates the venom of snake bites ThIs is testi mony from a high source and leaves little to be done except to appeal the NorthndDemocra Reasonable shootLing elevateddinthem to the ground Arrah ex claimed his companion what a fool you are to waste your ammunition when the bare fall would lave killed PIckMeUp r Art Now nature IB not at variance with beIngboth uethere were yet a chaos Nature hath made one world and art another In tobrief all things are artificial for na turd is the art of GoSIr Thomas BrowneIA Womans Word In a case at Southwark his honor Judge Willis remarked I believe In wordexceptalwith dreM oodou f5tamd rt rmsr AN m T 9 QUESTION i u t McCORD r r Werethe YOU MAY NOT NEED COAL on Easter and then again you may ytocheapotimecoal and as it doesnt spoil you nrieht yThinkOUR BRANDS INDIAN MOUNTAIN JELLICO YELLOW JACK WHITE HOUSE J R Mirth Coal and Supply Co HORSE AND MULE SALE HELD AT IT STERLING Good Prices Realized and Five Hundred People Was in At tendance MT STERLING Ky March 31- 4t the public sale held here this week by Peed and Letters and Greenwade Company 78 head of horses a runbifromtire sale amounted to 9620 an av erage price per head of about 123 About 500 people attended the the largest crowd here to attend a hprse sale in years and bidding was spirited especially so on the mules Veryfewsale was a success The liigli priced horse brought 215 and highest priced mule 220 Geo r D Speaks of Paris was the auctioneer and W Hoffman Wood Clerk Gas Stove Explodes The gas stove in the kitchen at home of Harry S Bittinger explot without warning blowing a stove door througha door panel Mr Bittinger had just passed through the door when the explosion occurred and caped injury The damage slight Feasted Two Days and Nights returning re fil e dash for the pole in 1906 slaughtered HazenIland For two days and nights th snowhuvJthey had finished the pile of bo nesRoutside was as high as a tall mans chic ThingsYes toys friendshipsJoveswe do says a writer In Home We may occasionally regret some of them but If they were alw ours bow monotonous life would beIt hardly would be worth the living you know yihy She DecMred ladybusfastl en Is worth while to see the wonderful display of rhododendrons Is It replied her friend languidly I like look at great big clumsy bea too but it always smells sO uaptauK cagesLoNews riIIf you want to rent a bome If you want to buy a home If you want to insure your home FOR SALECheap graphophonjij and about 30 records also lar Morning Glory horn AddressN R B this office i9 tL V WANTED To buy clean rags Apply at The News office 21itf WIRE FENCEI still build all weds f3riI prices JOHN A TANNER Winnfavenue Home phone 541 21Gff j FOR RENT Two houses Nt T TAYLOR 217lf FOR SALE Old papers for sle at 21GtfIlWANTED To take orders for maic ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tihW bales and rosettes MISS LUSY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Ctil lege street Home phone God 3Hlmo FOR SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITTi 109 French avenue 315lmo parebredrPHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 317lmo JUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdealcr in old iron andall kinds ETof old metal Best buyer in town y Corner Main and Washington street31711rioSTRAY COLTStrayed into my jiv cry stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling bay long tail and mane BIRL TURNER 317tf WANT 11t once good reliable boy to learn tile printers trade pcply to this office 327tf FOR RENTNew 6room cottage on College street with gas water and bathroom Good cistern Possession at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College street 323eodtf FOUND By Prank Martin on Main 11street long black glove Owner can have same by calling at Ci i zens rank 3243t rea11eliable painters Apply to Frank Roy 14 North Main street 3243t FOR SALE Pymouth Rock squabs to eat Fat dainty delicious Try estsome Call up Home 5 W theK GUMMING Lexingfbn avenue 32oGteFOR SALE Eggs from thorough bred White cenfB r VisitthefedY Y Washington street 325lmo 2 moneyseSa easward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325t WANTED Dqy boarders Mrsf H PARRISH 235 ayen ue 3254fcV f ateea ereAlso eligible Berkshire gilts wili 1farrow in May J C McCLTIREj R No 2 Home phone 860 326lmo a FOR RENT Two or three roomlf1r man anrUwif No 32 Fitch d nue Home phdne 721 A r7Gte1 FOR RENTThree rooms smtfiBle Alaone ayenFOR SALE Black Langshan veggs at five cents each NAPOLEON iotieNoFOR SALEEggs from thorougli bred singlecomb White ti ghorns for 50 cents for 15 MRS B A TRACY 264 Soutji Main street 330rtf feetaone year eld my lname on collar Rftun ace and gets r J H KBYTESs v roo3t rt