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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 44 CX i gI 1 iii I Last Edition 2jf THE WINCHESTER NEWSVOL 1 NO 145 KY APRIL L 1909 2 CENTS A COry II GENTS WEEK I Movement On Foot To Have Congress Construct ic j Canal To Connect Winchester With Kentucky River X350000 Will Build Water Way For City and Reduce Transportation Charges Per Cent Kentucky Congressmen Favor Measure Winchester has always been noted for doing things in the Winchester way i e of accomplishing results by quiet earnest effort and without any blowing of horns in advance This latter remark doesnt of course apply to the baseball fans nor to a few individual bazoo blowers The very latest and one of the greatest of these efforts for the future of Greater Winchester has been going on for weeks and so quietly that only a very few outside of Tlt News people and the engineers an even their identity has been kept secret owing to their official position Makes a Scoop The News has as usual made a scoop on the details of the enterprise that means so much fo the future growth and prosperity of the city of Winchester and the county of Clark The News today gives a few of the details for the first time to its thousands ofreaders In brief Winchester is vow the premier city of the fourthclass h the State in wealth and population It is also the Gateway City of East enl Kentucky and it its railway cen ter Freight rates in consequence arei lower than apycitYsimilar1Ysituated in the South Other Advantages Sought Many of our enterprising citizens however grave for some time felt that still further advantages in this line should be accorded to us In further ance of this idea it was decided some weeks ago at a little meeting of a few of those who make things happen when they get their heads together to discuss ways and means for adding to the future glory and greatness of the Gateway City and tine grand county of Clark that additional facilities were absolutely necessary as well as additional water advantages- It is well known that Kentucky River sweeps along the southern shores of the county for about 25 miles and it is also known that it has been locked and dammed from its mouth to the Lee and Estill line and that another year will see the completion of this great system to the Three Forks of the river in Lee counj ty and up these forks for many thus opening up of practically milesI IIyearnati St Louis New Orleans Mem phis and Pittsburg to the southern borders of the county Mean Much to CityiTo have these great natural ar teries of reach Winchester would mean that Winches ter would quickly jump to the po sition of being the third or fourth city in the State and leave Lexington and other outlying suburbs so far in the rear that they could not catch Winchester even with an uptodate moving picture machine To enable Winchester to do this alockcanal from Kentucky River to the southern suburbs of the city should be constructed Three fcasc ible routes presented themselves for consideration and a quiet reconnois anco wits requested by engineers of experience andall three routes were pronounced practicableJLiberality of Land Owners The liberality of the land owners along the different lines should de termine the location as the cost will be about the same in each case and it goes without saying that land values along the lucky line will be greatly enhanced so much so in fact that each owner wound be justified in donating this right of way It is proposed also to have a roW of trees on either side as well as asC boulevard along one bank of the canal At the terminus near the present t J a J f2 l j1 bi J4J tb t A si i f i k wnJmax f v i Joj t t y 7 i i rr Z r THURSDAY A 50 g transportation transportation j city limits would be the principal pool or harbor basin with the usual wharves and docks for loading and unloading unda belt line railway track to connect with the railway lives on the north side would follow A beautiful park and driveway would also surround it on three sides The basin and the canal would also be stocked with fish from the Govern ment hatcheries The Cost of the Canal turndpassages latest style barges and boats includ ing the now celebrated Lomb system of steam and electric boats as adopt ed by the Ohio canals would be in Asrcan bonds on a 2 per cent basis as in the case of the Panama Canal the interest would be only 7000 per year while the tolls will easily meet this and at the same time reduce freight pernEffect of the Eenterprise- The effect of the completion of this great enterprise on the already won derful progress of Winchester can Inirdly be estimated even by the most optimistic citizens To bring about this most desirable consummation it was decided to interest our Congress nan and Senators and the following billwas prepared and sent on for which they hope to secure an early passage Whereas it has been represented to the Congress that Winchester Ky being now the largest city of the fourth class in said State and that it is situated within eight miles of the Kentucky River which stream has been locked and dammed by the United States nnd- tWllCreas it is represented that the commerce population and general business of said city would be more than quadrupled in a short time by the construction of a lock canal for boats and barges from said stream to said city therefore The Proposed Bill Be it enacted by the Congress of the United States in special session assembledunder call of the President Sec 1 That the sum of 350000 appropriated for the construction ofn canal by the most feasible route from Kentucky River to the environs of said city conditioned ofcourse that the right of way for said canal donated by the land owners along line and that said city of Winchester furnish without charge to the government a tract of land sufficient for a harbor basin wharves and suitable Roadways from the principal streets of the city to the basin wharf Sec 2 Charges for boats and barges passing through the locks and thong said canal shall not exceed the minimum tolls now allowed by similar canals in the United States Sec 3 The county of Clark shall exempt said canal from all county district and school taxes and jurisdiction over said canal shall be ceded to the United States Government Sec 4 Surveys for the location of said canal shall be completed and work begun on said canal on or before 1st 1910 Sec 5 If any landowner shall refuse to donate the right of way the city and county authorities may condemn enough land for such purposes as provided by law and at the expense of said city and county Sec This act shal take effect and be in force from and after its passage Splendid Possibilities That this bill which is fraught nth ouduchContinued on Page Fpur t Ct 1 CHIEF CRAZY SNAKE WHO LED CREEK INDIAN BAND TO WARPATH IN OKLAHOMA Chief Crazy Snake leader of the band of full blood Creek Indians that took the warpath in Oklahoma and fought the sheriffs of several counties and the state militia has given the authorities trouble for years Ten years ago he went on the warpath and was captured after a hard chase by a detachment of United States cavalry He never became reconciled to the dissolution of tribal government he and his followers maintaining that the United States had not kept faith with the Creeks In regard to tribal government and the allotment of lands Crazy Snake who Is otherwise known as Wifton Jones is fiftyeight years old His grandfather was a chief and a party to the treaty with the United States in 1832 in which the Creeks were invested with tribal rights ln what was then the Indian Territory = === u 1BREAKS INTO STORE AND m Burglars Steal From Roc Winans and Scott Wednesday Night The store rogm of Roe Winans and SILott was entered by burglars Wednesday night and about 6 in cash and a chock for 160 was taken from the safe The burglars entered the building by unlocking the front door They also worked the combination of the safe and prized the cash drawer open and it is thought by the authorities that spme one who is well acquainted with the place did the job Of ficer Tanner left this morning for Lexington with a warrant for the ar rest of the suspected party GOVERNOR GENERAL IS TO RESIGN General Smith to Leave Philippines For San Francisco to Practice Law Special 4o The News SAisT FRANCISCO April 11 jernorGeneral Smith fof the Philip pines AKill resign r and sail for this city Ilttr t15th to icsume bee of thelaw- J thlU 7 ii Py dr Jt1 COMMERCIAL CLUB PLANNING IMPORTANT BUSINESS MOVES Membership Committee Working For Diamond Pin and Adding Many Members to the Club The Canvassing Commit Ice of the Commercial Club is meeting with great success but there are yet many good citizens who have not joined The club is doing great work for the city and they should be encouraged by rounding up at loasflTfour hundred membersThe Railroad Committee met Thursday tobtake action in regard to the L K depot If they cannot gotthq oflieinls to begin thoir new building they will appeal to the Rui road Commission as the club feels thu ttlic present shanlyboatj winch is called a depot for lack of a bettor namet ife raft sushi a buildhigas Winchester has the right to demand The Entertainment GowinittuQ has decided to give an opening session of the club at the opera house the latter part of this month when a full report of the workmgsrof the club will be made Distinguished speakers from home HUn abrouxlwilktake part The Committee has ujot yet perfected their plans bttttlny will get Up a most enjoyable entertainment will be free to ally uiil la liwill be especially iirviled to atcudJ J c j 1 ff l CHIEF YQEMAN NOW AT HOME Mr Ernest Paynter Visiting His Rel- ativesI After Naval Cruise Around World Mi Ernest Paynler of the United States Nay is here on a visit to his inptlier on Winn avenue and to his brothm Harry Superintendent of the Moiinwin Central Railroad Mr Paynter has served nearly eight year ill the navy and occupies the posi tion of Chief Yoeinan on the battleship Rhode Island He was on the cruise jirbiuid the world Wliqu asked what he considered tho most interesting country visited he answered HJapYlltud the two most interesting cities Yokahoma and Tokio Japan Mr Paynter is a graduate of the Winchester High School and has at all times been very popular He thinks that there is no place like Win chester andexpectsto return here at tine expiration of his term of ciilist JIl4tlt which will be In about eight months j i rra LAND SUIT IS FINALLY COMPROMISED fOR 30OaO CoL H P Thomson Secures Settlement With Harmon in Cwtrowiy Over Sale of Old Ballard Farm Property Made in 1890 In 1890 Col H P Thomson was the owner of the Ballard farm The old farm house was near Boone av I antic and what is now South Maple street The farm was south of the residence and extended on the Boonesboro road for nearly a mile the south part extending through to the Two Mile road now known as South Main street On this property is now located the best residences in the city At the extreme south end the Fair grounds are located In February 1890 Col Thomson sold to Harmon and Tal bott a twothird interest in the prop erty at the rate of 600 per acre This Was Beginning of Boom This was the beginning of the Win chester boom Streets were laidout and some lots sold When the bottom fell out of the boom Harmon and Tal bott refused or failed to make good In 1891 Col Thompson filed suit and got judgment for 35000 but was unable to collect Harmon went to London England where he be came prominent ris a promoter Among other things promoted by him wits a railroad in Ecuntdor that he carried thrqugh to completion Carried Case to England VjCol Thompson caedhits case to London where he secured judgment against Harmon Talbott having taken the bankrupt law Recently CpK Thompson wHIr attorney Ls Pendleton went to New Yorkand through attorney DT Armstrong and a bankerE Hope Norton who represented Harmon a compromise was effected for the sum of 30000 which has been Judge J M puidIcame Circuit Col Thomson and later Pendleton Bush and Bush represented him The property over which the con troversy arose with the improvements is now worth nearly a million dollars BARK BLOWS UP AND KILLS 12 French Oil Tank Boat From Phila delphia Explodes at Marseilles Special to The News- MARSEILLES France April 1 the French tank bark Jules Henry from Philadelphia in the oil trade blew up and was totally wrecked Twelve of the crew were killed and many injured TO PREACH AT THE- PROVIDENCE BAPTIST Rev B J Davis the Regular Pastor to Speak Sunday Rev BJJ Davis the regular pas tor mill preach at the Providence Baptist church Sunday morning It is his purpose to preach a sermon that will be of treat benefit to the members and he desires a full attendance YOU WILL FIND THAT THE ADS THAT APPEAL TO YOU MOST ARE OF THE STORES THAT WILL APPEAL TO YOU MOSTARE YOU A JUDGE OF AD VERTISINGOF THE IN IMPORTANCEi MENTS r ijf ff tt cqt r s s 1 l q f raIlIIEwEnJea 1 by Beey sad JIiIIIIIr wsilMsr i ttJiIIIt MIl FMyj WINCHESTER BIG s I t ti CHIEF SHOWS WILY mm Soldiers Unable to Locate Crazy SnakeWeather is Wet and RawI Pierce Okla April 1 Repbrtsithat Chitti Harjo Is hiding in some seclud ed gulch in the Tiger mountains about six miles from here have bees confirmed His surrender It was said might be expected within a few hours It was learned that Crazy Snakes inquiry as to protection in case of surrender was not official but was communicated in a roundabout wa characlerliUcisent it On Monday night an Indian boy came to the home of Dr M K Me Dhenny at Brush Hill six miles from here The boy said the old chief find suffered slight gunshot wound la the calf of his leg last Sunday but was able to move The lad declared that the fugitive wished to surrender if Dr McDhenny would guarantee fair treatment Then the messenger dis appeared as mysteriously as he hal come leaving the physician an old resident and friend of the Creek lead cr to wonder how to reach the latter with an answer Since that time it has it is said been the inability oftColonel Hoffman to find where to liver his assurance of safety that has prevented the surrender of the much sought red man Even Crazy Snakes sister could not or would not indicate his whereabouts The weather has been raw and we and it seems certain that Chitti Har jo despite his years and his wound has been exposed to all the severities of the weather as every habitation and shelter has been searched for Ida in vainThe expiring bluster of the month is expected to hasten the further scattering or the surrender of other Creeks They are not well clad and have no provisions save such as may be obtained surreptitiously Colonel Hoffman called to his aid a well known and respected Creek of Checotah John Thompson Thompson who is a hardware dealer Is a friend of Chitti Harjo and was given Colonel Hoffmans authority to prom ise the Creek chief perfect safety and a fair trial if he would surrender Colonel Hoffman spent the entire day in searching for his hiding price Detachments of troops and squads of detectives scoured the country in every direction despite the rain and short rations INDIANS IN REVOLT Mexican Tax Collectors Killed When Property Is Confiscated El Paso Tex April 1 Rebellion at the attempt of the authorities to collect taxes and confiscate property the Temosachic Indians in the state of Chihuahua broke into open warfare killing several officials terror izing the town of San Andreas and cutting the telegraph wires The Indians then sent out a general call for reinforcements to resist the enforcement of taxes and the confie yofaua to quell the rebellion King Offers te Sell Threne London April 1 Circumstantial reports continue to emanate from Vienna concerning the probable fall of the Servian dynasty It It alleged that King Peter has Informed tlw British minister at Belgrade of w intention to abdicate If he fc gvaraa teed a yearly allowance otM6 At the British foreign pfllce It was tate that nothing is mow of seek a prep osition ij tjs P 7 f= d r rI Ill jr I b c j L tSt i iiis b 7 iic t r t r tI i jJi THE WINCHESTER HEWS j f r T1WTE tewS1 ijlllWtAt p I 1 1 iiisfer WI Ci r x irporatd 1 osth MaTn teNt fuluclty iiiiy Excl Suntay airad as secondclass matter v8li t28 1Q08 at the post office rt WinShefiter Kentucky under the 18t ro1rtI d 1Mt 4II4SCRIITIQN RATE s g Oefivery 9n yr 52O tlg wik 10- p f ciffior to iUIietV rj week Mall Deliverv 2 jfiir 300 Ii 1othH L50 t QKIttk v 25 Pi iiIjQV f i 4DVERTISING RATES JHspfoyrrPer Inch + tr 4 tmj edition 25 krw fc within one week 50 Tiif wfck coitiriapttsly 100 calendar month H 300 F wfefcii four tunes a week 240 Witkgjr tfcce times a week 180 tar wMlbr twt times a week 120 fpiur W ieb one time a week 75 y countsrS months 10 per iwtt jj niontlis 25 per cent one tiiip 3 13 per cent lUSdinn NoticesPer Line tineas notices Body type 7cPtrt wading news headings 15c t fiotfuPJiones No 91 THURSDAY APRIL 1909 THE HOME PAPER 1 In it I A paper in the home is worth a tlJbui n on the highway is a quota tibh from the millionaire merchantjys Marshall Field who was one of the itibst successful business men of the cfplt1jae believed an adveritse flii lI a paper which reached the loelil homes was ten times more val uftbld mail an advertisement placed in hiwreq of newspapersthat sold on r t tHtt highways t r over tIle counters of ifits aglnfs binds The News goes into neatlyievery home in Winchester Eirht carriers leave the office every ipfn delivering The News into peoplerTne press room and circulation books iare pep fo the public Any advertiser is t liberty to call at The News tifflCtf any afternoon and watch the f 1drcuamfn manager start the car iirs We want no doubting Thomas fcome see for yourself that The 3 NiwslJas the largest circulation in t1icit of Winchester of any paper Mshredr fercnants cannot go astray if they fbljow iiarshal Fields advice and WinVChester IT IS NATIONAUITY Meditating upon the things he had seen aim 1eardin America Ferrero t Italian historian summed up the- liveliest 6f his impresions in the one wpri t uniorinity J Where is the difference hetveen ri waTi a Chicago in comparison hhwhich differentiates Paris fro mrlome Vienna from St Peters Q J iitr1fri from ciscoWJMa rid from Copenhagen There is the dif fence between Massachusetts and Virginia between n Illinois and New SYk if theyj Ee compared with tie differences which are found in Europe between state and State between Pr1e Mjjjd Spain between Germany and Fratid I1niformality It iS lie of the brightest jew elsmKe diadem oi the Republic iiuBsfcifylocal prejudices domestic t Ktvttiotfs narrow and ignorar tlt iira W t viie s of dema gogues oven the terrors of war have beerf exertea ih vain r The iramework of the greatest na tionality in the world Was here from lebegitnrng anc in spite ofsome drawlqkstirne has serve only to IJJt t add make it more impres Ssive wficrb ihgfe IS essential uniflfi f 1ity thet must be cohesion and I peace and progxewi t TOY A MEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT A r t t I flJ 11 R WA1S 01J Whites Dytiamfte Negro Ou rtcrs off Arkansas Vjllage Tif 1lfk Ark A rll i1oubl e between the white and negro em ployes of the H Sffrey heading fac tory at Hope Ark it is claimed re sulted in the dynamiting of a cabin in the negro quarters killing one ne- gro amd Totally injurlngfanotTi6r The white opIeit is said arc making an effort to rid he tp the pedro rl andfurtherVtrdif bio Is expected Reports reached here that the heading factory d been blown P and Governor Donaghey of fired a reward for the capture of the miscreants J Editor Mack Retires Sandusky 0 April 1Isaac Foster Mack r tired today as editorinchief of the Sandusky Daily Register after 40 years of continuous service in this capacity The Register Publishing company Incorporated succeeds the firm of I F Mack Brother John Ti Mack brother of Isaac Foster Mack and president of the Associated Ohio Dailies assumes editorial and business management QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE PEOPLES STATE BANK At the 31stDay RESOtJRCES Loans and discounts 20391756 Overdrafts unsecured 549981 Due from na tional banks25498704 uefromState banks 23050 25521754 Specie 60d0i yurrency 2436lOO 306149 Otiiejil items carried as cash 95561 Eurnfture and fixtures 500000 Current ex penses last quarter tl69658 109058 f t 50204259 LIABILITIES Capital stbck paid in in cash Tvi 100 00000 Jndivided profits 1439648 Depots sub Sect to chLIon which interest is not paid t38 3 9a6 Deposijts sub i tj ieLt thb t r7ron which interest is paid 300000 38638936 Due national banks 30692 30692 rundtdtp 4fuxs 94983 50204259 State of JJentucky County of Clarke 3jjj f Hodgkin Cashier of Peo ples State Bank a bankorganized May 31st 1905 located and doing business at No 102 Main street iL the city of Winchester in said coun ty binluiy sworn says the fore going report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of said bankjat the close of business on the 31st diy6f MSich 1909 to the best of his knowledge and belief and fur ther says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the lo cation named and not elsewhere that no branch banks are being conducted by said bank and that the above re port is made in compliance vith an fficial notice received from the Sec retary of State designating sist daj Of March 1909 as the day ou which such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by J Mi Ho dgkiri the 31st dayoi March 1909 J Newj Kcnaker Notary Public My Commission expires January 29 1912 i JMv EODGKIN Cashier Ii BJCOCIffiE L Director E 13 DOOLY Director at PROCTOR Director j The British Press Not a littlo world wisdom lies In the conduct of the Britiah press It f01i1of how IKigs salTin heat look in cold They9onottheir foreign critics Boston Transcript 1r It SubSRra3JBor Jhi Kdwi Beauty at tIle Breakfast Tahle To look her Dest a woman should rise slawly dress lVby degrees make hftz toilet iiTlt UnaV were at a stand still and stroll down to the first meal of the day without tile slightest trace of havimg iurriedof being In a hurry IthW forrefres merit or aewa ailwBiit fronT ffiKEbstel p fritot view It liriot to tie recommended Ladies Pictorial I s tj rf f WAR INEVITABLE Five Central Amerlcar Republics Weary of Peaceful Relations Mexico City April 1 RumorlB of an impending general war in Central America are again current in this capital and despite denials from the five Ifttle republics it is generally be Jieyedf in well informed circles that ttf6 clash can not baverld A cable received here says Guatemala has movedla large jfdrce of infantry artil lery irfd cavalry to the Honduras bor der The Honduran minister has demanded an explanation of this appar chlly hostile act arid has been in formed toy President Cabrera Unit the troops are being rushed eastward to ciieekthe culmination of the revolu tionary plot hatched by Honduran ex lIes on Guatemalan territory having for its purpose the overthrow of Pres ident Davila of Honduras This version is little credited here It is be lieved that Cabrera is preparing to check an invasion and that the long expected and oft heralded clash between Cabrera and Zelaya is about to occur Ten Hurt in Wreck Springfield Mo April 1Ten per sons were injured when Frisco passenger train No 9 left the track ht Ritchie Mo J N Purham Montpelier Ind and Mrs Maggie Bechtel and daughter of Womelsdirf Pa were among those hurt PREMATURE BLAST BURIES FIVE MEN I West Virginia Mine Scene of Disaster Charleston W Va April 1Five men were entombed in the Echo mine of the Beury Coal and Coke company at Beury Fayett county as tile re suIt of an explosion Two others were taken out shortly after the explosion slightly injured The entombed men are Samuel Melhorn and brother Charles Jones Andrew Sydenstrinker and Smith Injured George Lynch and his son Orv lle Lynch The men are entombed nearly a mile from the entry of the mine within a few feet of the scene of the explosion and all are thought to be dead Mine officials are unable to account for the explosion as the mine is ilot gaseous and has shown very little dust The only theory advanced is 4hat of premature blast A rescuing party 6f 20 headed by State Mine Inspector Laing is trying to reach the entombed miners CELEBRATE THEIR VICTORY San Francisco Gives Banquet For Conqueror of Plague San Francisco April ISan Fran xiiscO celebrated officially the close of its campaign against bubonic plague by giving public dinner to Dr Rupert Blue of the United States marine hos pital service and his corps of execu tive officers Four hundred citizens gathered in the big ballroom of the Fairmount hotel as an expression of their appreciation of the work done by Dr Blue and his assistants At the close of the dinner Mayor Taylor on behalf of the citizens otSan Fran cisco presented Dr Blue witia hand some gold watch Mrs Boyle Arraigned Mercer Pa April LMrs James Boyle when arraigned before Justice McClain waived hearing on a kidnap ing charge and was held to the grand jury bond being fixed in the sum of1 25000 Ip default of bail she was remanded to jail to await the action of the grand jury- CASTRO IS fOXY Refuses to Accept Invitation to Land on Home Soil Bordeaux April lIt is reported here that when Cipriano Castro vas informed at Santander that the Vene zuelan government would permit him to land in the republic he told the captain of the Guadeloupe on board of which steamer he is returning to the West Indies that he would carry out his original plan of going on to Colon and await developments there Tough on Poor Firemen Cleveland 0 April 1 Should a fireman marry Judge Babcock said he shouldnt an opinion in the di vorcc suit of Myrtle Morbach against her husband Julius of Engine House No3 No fireman can marry and expect to lje the protector of his fhpme said Babcock When a fire man joins the department he goes to- liawayfrorn home To Abollsh Trading Stamps StlaulA Minn APr111The House of the Mihnesota legislature passed tile senate bill prohibiting 4he giving of trading stamps under restrictions that Will practically prevent the car rylfig on of the trading stamp busi ness The hill provides that each trading stamp must have a face value and be immediately redeemable May Debate With Rose possibUttween Dan R Sheen of this city andxilayor Rose of Milwaukee is not a probability according to a state men made by the former The event will probably take tflacQ In the call seum during l iLU5 tart o2 April t csiiwPOMINATD moth Parties SetIet Conirasldrial Candidate at Cleveland Cleveland 0 April IJathes H Cassidy was nominated out of a held of four as Republican candidate for congressman from the Twentyflrst Cleveland district Matt B Excell Democrat was nominated without op- positiOn The vote for the Republican candi dates was as follows James H Cas sidy 5862 Fred L Ti1ff 3998 James W Holcomb 2048 Major Charles R Miller 820 Excell polled 1189 votes The election was a special one caused by the resignation of Former Congressman Theodore Burton who was recently chosen a United States senator from Ohio The selection of Cassidy was sanctioned by Senator Burton TripCh1cago a lo cal balloonist announced that next September he would carry a message in a balloon from Los Angeles Cal to President Taft in Washington Jle intends to follow an air current 15000 feet up AMERICAN VS BULGARIAN Joe Rogers to Meet Yusslff Mahvnout on Mat fn Cleveland 6 Cleveland 0 April iTwo of the worlds best and biggest wrestlers will meet tonightin this city They are Yussiff Mahmout the Bulgarian who has been taking falls out of some of the best American grapplers and Joe Rogers the American whom Prank Gotch champion of the world failed to defeat in a handicap match Rogers lost to ackenschmidt in Eu rope Rogers Says he gained a clean fall fr nt Mahmout in practice in a Newi York gymnasium and has been lug the Bulgarian for some time There is considerable bad feeling between the two men and their match should be fast and furious Dry Vote Grows Springfield 0 April 1 Suspense in regard to the result of the wet and dry election was ended when the board of elections completed its can vass and announced that the dry ma jority iIi qark county was 139 PROJjIBITlONs DEFEATED Iowa Senate Disposes of Question For Two Years at Least Des Moines la April 1Constitu tional prohibition for the state of Iowa was postponed if not defeated permanently for two years by the ac tion of the state senate in votjng down a motion to take up the ques tion The ffOje stood 26 against and 21 for The Prohibitionists admit their defeat amf declare there is no hope of reviving the matter durng the ten remaining days of the session of the Iowa legislature Whltla Family Threatened x Sfiaron Pa April IThe federal governnen Jhtp the VhitIaI- ddnapingCocase when postofflce inspec tqrs began to hunt for the author ofI threatening letters received by J P Whitla the father of the kidnaped boy all tf which promised to visit dire vengeance upon him if he doesnt drop the prosecution of the Bo les or furnish 5000 for their defense More than a score of such letters have been received since the arrest of the Boyles air and Mrs Whitla depart ed for Atlantic City Decision Affects Engineers Columbus 0 pril 1 Chief Ex aminer of Stationary Engineers Ken nedy of Cincinnati announced that between 7600 and 8000 engineers in Ohio probably would have to submit to reexamination as a result of the attorney generals recent holding that no renewals on certificates can be given under the unconstitutional law of 1900 THE MARKErS 6hicaio Cattle Steers 5 OO7 35 cows U 005 75 hollers 3 256 OOf bulls 3 755 25 stockers and feeders 3305 Cnlves3 5O8 00 Sleep and Lambs Sheep 3 Oti7 00 lambs 7 008 30 yearlings 55 607 35 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 7 007 10 butchers 957 05 light mixed 75 R6 80 choice light 6 8506 05 packing 6856O5pigs 306 40 Wheat No 2 red 1 25Mtl 27 CornNo3 659iG6i4 Oats No 2 55c East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tle OOfl 75 shipping steers 6 000 d 25 butcheS cattle 5 G06 5t heifers U SOSiG 00 cows 3 505 50 bulls 3 50 5 25 Calves Best 5010 25 Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 256 50 wothers 506 85 ewes 6 006 35 lambs 7 008 40 yearlings 7 007 50 HogsHeavies 7 35 mediums 7 30 7 35 Yorkers 57 007 25 pigs 6 70 6 75 stags 15 25 roughs 40 Plttsburg PaCattle Choice 56 50 6 65 prime 206 40 tidy butchers 35 SO5 85 heifers 53 OO5 50 cows bulls and stags 2 505 25 fresh cows 25 OO50 00 Calves Veal 56 009 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers 56 40 6 good mixed 5 505 90 lambs 56 00S 50 spring lambs 510 0013 00 Hogs Prinie heavy hogs 57 35 Q7 40 medfums 7 30135 heavy Yorkers 57 257 35 light Yorkers 56 907 05 pigs 56 256 50 Cleveland CCattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 25 fat steers 45 75G 00 heifers 255 25 cows 52 253 50 bulls 53 004 25 milkers and springers 525 OS055 60 Calves 59 00 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 55 OO5 50 wethers 55 605 75 ewes 55 005 25 lambs 55 0007 10 Hogs Mixed 57 15 heavies 57 207 25 mediums 57 20 Yorkers 57 jSpigs 56 256 50 stags 55 50 roughs 6 2506 50 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 S335l ComNo2 mixed 69g 69c Oats No 2 mixed SoCSSSSc ReNo 2 82083C Laid9 90010 00 Bulk MeatsT59 8n Bacon10 50 Hogs 55 5O7 25 Cattle2 7506 25 SheeDi 2505 75 LthgS5 2508 00 Toledo Wheat 129 corn C8o Oats l5c rye S5c clcxferseed 5 st Its Your Business to hfivo the best modern Plnmbing installed in your premises Its Our Business to dd just this very kind ol Plumbing andwe dol Its Your BusinessSto employ whom you plocso to do your PlumbingS Its Our Business to ask for your order and trade andwe do Phone 162 GRANT WITT 8 co 30 North Main Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 rH- WiochesIerBallk or VINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON cJ RESIDENT IWRSPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR I AccouNTsS 0 I F lGILBERT BOTT FOR Fresh 6 Cured Meats J IFISh Vegetables Country Produce i BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK 5 W S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed 6 Repaired- We do French Cleaning and Guarantee Satisfaction Ladles Party Dresses a Specialty Give Us a Trial and we do the rest All called for and delivered 24 W Court St Home Phone 645 Winchester Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEVENStNS Attorney At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky CALL OIS- TNELSONJheTransferMaD by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Phone 339 A Thousand Heads For Two Thousand Hats Wanted You can have your choice if you come early enough to pick out the best sample Hat at SOc on thex Dollar Just nosyjoceived from leading mann factnrert at the SAMPLE SHOE STORE- 24 NMainSt CIN CINNATI TAILORING CO PIHI MANN Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYEING SPEOIALTYS STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BIDS WJHCHESTER KY PhONE 528 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HEWS f 1 1J r 1 YIPARCJ jAPAkAC day Paint part incnt wonderfully illrc iuvenate chalrj piece furniture that badly marred comes colors hundred Oak Dark Oak Walnut Mahogany Cherry Mal BlackNaturalAluminun t All Sizes 15 LACE CURTAIN CARPET CLEANER Spring Cleaning Requisites Phillips Drug Co rClark County ConstrucfcionCo INCORPORATED Think of the mud and bhi- lclimbingtax paId each year a OF THE Is maps up to tim of our from H and the etc etc You Need Do Your Tell Them About It SI P S D D a at our E see for yourself it an or in any of is J It in J 6 has a from cts to 250 and All I I at of SI 00 we OF NR f cost the Fa- rmsrs a I On the Basis of Equipment and the ap plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or private streets or alleysS Crushed and Building Stone Always oIl Sale purchase Dynamite Powder Cement r Sand in car lots and be pleased to sell same in quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete especialty satisfaction guaranteedJ 1S-HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLDFREE WITH THE IIcompletebook publishedIt with data minute Historical sketches Presidents George Washington- to William Taft Articles illustrations- on Panama Ganal ItSo Sons and Daughters Friends and Neighbors I VPrcs Get can to and how old fact and usesS THE NEWYORK FARMER our regular price per year and will send you HAMMONDS HAN- DYATLAS THE WORLD FREE postage prepaid TON Prs Mican as- nnich is poor 8e We and will any and TRIBUNE is the most practical and helpful illustrated agricultural paperI- mblishec1 Every up todate farmer should rend it It contains the MOST RE LIABLE MAKKET REPORTS Special pages are devoted to each branch of farm industry Our VETERINARY D- Epartment is nuoxcollod It is edited by Dr O D Smeud the best known veterinary iurgeou in AmeriCaI Do Not Delay Order Nov Otxr Supply Is Limited I NEWYORK TRIBUNE EARNER I 154 Nassau Street New York City 1 q SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS SUBSCRIBE FOB THE NEWS GOf B F CUBl IS Cashier R L 0 FITCH Asst Casfcier I IClarK County Natl Bariil ESTABLISHED 1065 THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY IiAccountsCollections Made on All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35000000 I IIVJ IlcF4LaFR N Y I t1 c J r r I ii- T Th- r S if 1 l u 0 i t THE WINCHESTER NEWS u P rllAL HllBHHI 91IHBH HHBHIHHHHHilHHHIHI 5 S5gjMrfra iI CI2IF TON H ROSS1 1rlt + f mI J 1 11 Silk Department Ask to see the new Salome Silk the = Rajah the Indro Shantung and the Shah Beautiful line Foulard Silk 49c up Seco Silk dotted and plain in all shades Chelsea Silks in bordered styles white grounds with fancy figlresArnold thingsatiJf N Dress Goods II FinishDresslt dress All shades in fancy stripes and solid colors White ground Suitings in Serge and Batiste with black stripes TailorSuitingsBeautiful are all the rageOJ II New Neckwear 1mJabots Dutch collars Stocks Irish g Bows Lace Bows and Ruchings R Coves it In Silk Chamc vd Kid Gloves all ii J bestKidI for them J 5 The Jadid of Hi iapust hurcti will have MI Exchange Saturlay qt Biisbfr store M j lid rue i ea tis plna ed is auni rice lat t n ato His impewou Rtioms were extellen nndrfeinarka audthitw re MjjyUmded from tiniB to UinrtL V- The Hne Missouary Socety of tbeMetho is nnh willuoet wish Mrs Chandler Thursday 630 i tureRe4al The Ladifis Borne Jljeaiontiry iety the tiimb South will present the first time ndienccr the Wexleynn Lecture Recital Company the courthouse Tuesday evening Ttt Miiot iety DONT FAIL TO SEE US I Judging from the tremendous sales wehave had Hie past two weeks Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds we know we are cheaper than anyone Compare prices and quality and see ytfurself that vwe can save you money t r As too Jiiaivi irncd you before don be mis led bv Cluapir and erior grades Both Phones No Bring sour Lgg J win play the highest market price RWRounsavall S Go SOLE AGENTS Ji Ferndell Pure Foods Huylers Candies k rf1 t 1i O J at p m Ls So of Mo h ti for to a Wjurbester Kentucky Male Quartet at April 6 Girls iify do o i on for i vv t in k I us c oJ J i d y r Chase Sanborns Prices lArd and GoffeesI i ryx Ci 5 S t uer Towels Napkins and Table Linens tf Special sale in Towels and Table Linens this week Hosiery KNOTAIR guaranteed for six months black tan and light shades 200 and onehalf dozen This is the best silk lisle hose made for SOc CADET HOSE for ladies misses and especially guaranteed for children very elastic never binds leg knee very strong and durable rip proof and rub proofno seam to touch any tender part of toe 25c a pair Our line of Hosiery is the best to be had in this country both for ladies misses Taylorlines Wash Goods 2500 yards Gingeam A F C and Toil du Noid per yard 12 12c 1000 yards Cheviots and Ginghams go on sale atlOc1500 yards Novelty and fancy Wash materials the newest out25c I = Bracelets Necklaces Shirtwaist The care has been in the of line of and for I season t We have is new and in t and we for to linesj C BOWEN the Methodist church South will have a candy and aporn Hale on Sat infthe Lindbey building jMrs OlGr Sadden will be hos tess for the Euchre Club Thursday afternoon t Mrs O Q Hadden and Miss Nancy Stevenson will at Fortytwo Thursday evening The ladies of the St Joseph Cath olic church will have on sale in the Dinelli building formerly occupied by The Winched er Paint and Wall paper Company in the Opera House Block a splendid assort ment of fancy work candies cakes and other desirable articles on and Thursday April 7 and 8 Lunch will be served each day invited 1 PERSONAL Miss Annie Boyle of Paris is the guest of her sister Mrs H H Mc Donald this week Mrs H H McDonald was in Paris last Friday on business Mr and Mrs Weston Martin and children were the of Mr and Mrs James S Warren Mrs Nellie Riggs and children spei t from Saturday until Monday with bet uncle Mr James S War ren and family at Ruckerville The infant child of Mr Prewitt Crews bas been quite ill tut is now The many friends of Patton to know that she L rte i4j 32 E r t J 2 t j u t 500 yards Galatia Cloth all shades and stripes just the thing for suits for the boys and girls 2000 yards Percales light grid dark grounds iv 121r2c17 Seersuckers and Linens 10c to 12 12c Every shade of Linen both in solid color and stripes 25c to SOc per yard White Goods Laces and Embroideries 32inch Linons both sheer and heavy 29c3Sc104 Sheeting value 100 also 125 and 150 values Flaxon Dimities India Linon Waist SQcEvMuslin Underwear a A beautiful line of fresh new goods in muslin underwear onsale at bargain prices WE GIVE S H STAMPS s and greatest taken selection Necklaces Rings much that exclusive these hope your attention them entertain Wednesday Everybody guests Sunday improving YriJlE arR1ad Linen Bracelets and f improving alter a protracted ill ness Mr and Mrs Harvey Little returned Sunday from a visit to friends in Maysville Mr and Mrs Parker Denny and Master Buster Denny spent several days this week with Mr and Mrs George Wilsou Mrs R B Hunter and children left Thursday for Danville to spend several days with Mr and Mrs June Hunter Mr Fred Brutsche 6f Cincinnati vasin town Wednesday on busi nessMr C W Burt of Lexington was a guest here Wednesday Mr Allan Zaring of Richmond was in town Wednesday Mr John Peters of Owingsville was in town Wednesday for a shor while Mr Eatzelman of was here W dneday on business Mrs Louis D Hagan went to Paris Wednesday for a short visit with friends Mr and Mrs Prewitt Harris have moved to the Pirsall cottage on College street Mrs Ja i es Benton and Miss Sara Goodloe Benton were in Lexington Starling Tracy were in Lexington Wednesday Mies Lida Richardson has returned from a visitto her mother in C V Bridwell and T R Bright are in Ford arranging for a new exchange which will be built there in a short time Yr and Mrs Tames Ellis have returned inPp t i + i t ilt ifw 1f1 tt J Ji if after a visit with relatives here Mr George G Hall of Louisvillt- is here on business Mrs Love Scott of Avon is the guest of her aunt Mrs J R Stroud Mr fl C Thompson spent Wed nesday in Lexington Miss Carrie Morgan Graves Pine P Grove has been spending the week with Mrs William P French Mr Harvey Rogers continues crit ically ill Mrs Scott Renick returned from Martinsville Ind on Wednesday where she has been for her health Mr Phelps Renick is quite ill in Mrs Laban Cockrell spent Wed nesday in Mt Sterling the guest of fiiends Mr J W Chambers was in Mt on business Mrs George Green was the gue t of friends in Mt Sterling Wednes Jiay Mrs John M Jenkins spent Wed nesday with friends in Mt Sterling Mr James Jone left Wednes day afternoon for Louisville Mr Tom Allen returned home Wedesday afternoon Mr Skain of Lexington was here on business Wednesday Miss Hetty C Talbott has re turned from ac extended visit with her sister Mrs H J Bra zelton of Alabama Dr R L Willis of Lexington was in town on busi n cBS Miss Sue Buckner is the guest of Miss Mary Neeley of Lexington r Mr and Mrs Joe Brown and Mrs Ogden Crutcher spent Thurs day in Lexington Otd Heads ng Shoulders Our children are growing more In dependent It Is not the fault of the parents nor of the children we are not careless and they are not un grateful The conditions of life are responsible for the modern youth Famillen Zeitung Vienna Where Salmon Thrives Chinook salmon Introduced to New Zealand waters from the United Statea v mtJ DonitpassuSby when for Iiwillshowless than you can find Dont take our word but come and see us New received every day Silk Suits C lSuite fo 1500 r Wool Suits V25JOO 3000 and 4000 Silk Coats vvy875 up Cloth Coats f 5T5 to 13SO New line of Skirts all I s to 15P To out at Prices at Silk cols 375 to iSiSO Wash waists in tailor made and Lingerie 100 up m I CLIFTON B ROSS rIm 111Ii 40 Napkins 300per Rings Shirtwaist outI particular It Jeweler OPtjcia J Philadelphia WednesdayMr LexingtonMessrs tothtirjjiom rtffiT appendicitis Wednesday Lexington Wednesday theYIattain Suits looking m money elsewhere goods i1250toa3750- Wash Jl lOOQ m prices X495 Close Bargain Come Once PetticoaitsaU m m i caOTS- w t rttwt J r J 4 tat EASTER IS RIGHT ON TOP- of us So if you intend any banding or bythatall the CEMENT IflME SAND aid other material right hero- WhetheryourPlaasare large ar Small we stand ready to help oat with promptest delivery and faucet treatment WE GAIlY KERIKfi KKKIS AMI HIWEW JoR MARTIN COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY II FOR THE S SUBSCRIBE FOR THE w r iI ii 7T W 1- t 1j y t I 1 yJ 1e t Jt J i I 2 f fHk 4 THE WINCHESTER NEWS jftgII fJ C frDn if OBt fr A 4i I giveniMJf ilfewn wh it becomes known that I nffe follpwiii di Patch was received r aiout noon from Washington JEiatire Keiitticky delegation pledg urge r ftssage of Winchesters ealial iII Send official committee OILtOllgbt i Cwnmlttec td Leave Tonight t 15n Jpaipliance with this request it hjs l ifrFidtbitt flt1blliffiifte silthfCe to lie appointed jointly by tli Q l1n Judge and Pres lent of the Commercial Club late I I tjs afternoon in rlct that they may t stkrt fffr Wlfshirigton oil the 9 25 p ihcfl 0 train and appear before tlie proper Congressional Committee 1liday 1Of course this great coup wjll excite flie leafousy of our neigh litfrs but by this tine they should wake iip to a realization of the fact that whenever Winchester goes after anyilimg good ilIa united effort that w6 always win So just Watch us Spreadand grow and ill the language 6t th0S rfirjturesuGo Thou and Do Lilevs t 7o i i N WBlIl OF LAD1 THURSDAYWA il Gees Into Effect on Louisville and V5 Nashville Railroad April jj f t First J i JBeginning April 1 the standard bill ofladiflgofwhich so much has been lid during the last six months will go into effect on the Louisville and Nashville Tile new bill of lading is expected to eliminate many perplex JI propositions which have always bothered the shippers and the rail roads in the past All business firms who have been nding the old bill of lading and at the present time have a supply of them biriiand will be allowed to use them if t yare stamped Subject to the lading2iing which goes into effect Thursday as as follbws Features of New Bill y 1 One form for use in connection with what are termed straight con sginmeiits consisting of 1 Shipping L Oraer 2J BilLof Lading and 3 Memgrandum Acl iiowledgement all toTie printed on ivhite paper 2 One form for order ship ments consisting of the 1 Shipping Order to be printed on blue paper d 2 Order Revised Standard Bill of Lading to be printed on yellow paper and 3 Memoranduni Ac mol dgemen t to be printed on blue p prh This form shall be used 6iiltfOr order cbrisignmetits it will l1oiie perniissable to accept prder nofuy shipments on straight bills of lading The following notice has been stint out to the shippers of this city by the management of the Louisvillp and INashville railroad in regard to the liew bill of lading General Notice z Effective April 1 1909 the Louis vile Nashville Railroad Company will adopt the standard billQf lading oii ahd af ter which date the Chipper may Have the option of sliijtigprop erty either subject to the terms and conditions of the standard billof lading or under the liability imposed I upon common carriers by the common law and the Federal and State Stat iites applicable theretoic if the shipper elects to ship under the terms aim conditions of tile standard bill pf lading and shipping order the i rates provided in the respective classifications and tariffs yill apply If the shipper does not sign the ship ping order the property so carried r will be at the carriers laibility limit edVonlj as provided by law but sub ject to the term and conditions 61 the standard bill of lading insofar as theyfare Iot inconsistent with such common carriers liability Tlj e who wIsh to secure the new billof lading may get them Jjy apply inif to flie railroad offices mentioned Old But Wise Advice iAt the beginning of the cask and at the end take thy fill but be sav iag Jn the middle for at the bottom saving conies too late Let the price fixeS rith a frlenS he sufficient1 and Teadealing with a brother call in wit mewei Tant laughlnglyUeatod v i Heart and Brain The heart that husbands a desire to jet even with imaginary enemies i therhauKt of unhapplaoss and the bniia tfTat Strives to conceive means ro retaliation for a fancied wrong is t al ddSOf uifirer SUnaay Wtaca 1Zi i p Aljsitc Lamp Mcks In Vinegar st nt ip wicks in vinegar 24 f ih liefqe placing in tamp insure J z t I t t f r J t il J c rv r IJ 7 a ANTffT1iEELc site 1 i CnmnisierRankirl k UtnUlds Hs hemtSchool 8e15 h Jfntereittd FRANKFOT Ky April l In order toaLtke1inteiestin farming among s Kentucky arid also supply every cduutyJuthji State with the best jgade oseea corn M C4 Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture has tleylsedittrplan which he thinks will accomplish what he esires He will send out Ja bushel of Boonc qiyVt white Sfeed corri pure bred anti of the best quality t0 each f tt1Countics the corn to be distributed to the schoolboys The tecounties = weic selectedbyProf JG CrabblJ Superintendent of Public rtstniCtionv The corn willbe planted by th0 schoolboys and the result of then farthing will be exhibited at trio county farmers institute where ptes Will bjiroffered foi the best corn grown for the samples The corn from these ten counties will be returned to the Commissioner pf Agriculture and itfis expected that at least thirty bushels will be gathered from the ten that are planted The next year thirty bushels will be sent out and the same programme followed In this way the entire 119 counties in the State can be supplied with the corn and not only can the far mers get seed corn in this way but the boys of the State can be intei estcd in agriculture and perhaps be led to stay oil the farms iristead of goinc to the cities to live The counties selected by Prof 3raUbe are Pulaski Christian Graves- 0Mihilei1bt0HnrV Caldwell Fleming Johnson Shelby and Warren Each of these counties will receive a bushel of corn and the school teachers have promised to see that the corn is dis ributed to boys who will plant In explaining the plan Sir Rankin said today Realizing the great imbortance of the teaching of the elements of ag riculture and real object lessons in our schools I offer this plan to the citizens of Kentucky and show my sin etity and desire to help by start ingsthis moverrieiitp hich1 predict will be a source of increased rev ernie into the pockets of the farmers and the laying of the foundation stone in many farmers sons successful life in agriculture Knowing that I must haye the co operation of the school authorities to forward this movemeiit I will ask the State Superintendent of Public instruction to select the counties in Kentucky covering all the different sections of the State that are pro gressive and will help in this movement Then Iwill ask the county schodl superintendent to select one district in his county which is the most progressive and for him to ac company tle representative of the agricultural ttepartment at Frankfort to this school district and enlist the school trustee of that district in the work These three persons to go to that school and make the following tffter 9 The agriculture department representative will take a bushel of pureI bred improvedseed corn and give to the tlmt signify their ihteu tion of planting the corn cultivating it and show ten ears of this corn harvested from this planting at the county farmers institute to be held in that county at a place and time designated by the Commissioner of Agriculture and under his supervision For this purpose the Commsisioiier of Agriculture appropriates 100 from the money appropriated by the State for the Bureau of Agriculture Labor and Statistics for the ten schools selected 10 benig given to each school to be divided as follows For the best ten ears of corn grown from this distribution a prize of 4 will be given for the second best a prize of 3 for the third best 2 and for the fourth besfl The judges of the contest will be selected by the county institute being threin number andshall not here latedin any way to any child growing and exhibiting this corn The corn t4engricto be distributed the following year in sirnilar manner as above If this plan proves satisfactory and the school authorities and pat rons of the schools will take hold oi this proposition in the right way ri three years every school district iil the State will be supplied with pure bred seed corn as a result of this m VemcutSOur Wives One of tiemoat worthless men in I Atchison has a wife who thinks he la simply grand When a woman loves a man she loves him and that is all there is to it it makes no difference how shiftless or worthy he may be Napoleon one of the few really great men the world has produced had two wives aW both of them were unf ait fnltQ Wnr tehjon tKnO Globed jj i t r t t JWILLIE WHiTLA HIS FATHER AND THEIR HOME The kidnaping of Willia Whltla of Sharon Pa was the most Sensational episode of its kind next to the Charley Ross case that ever occurred in this country The chUd is heir to millions and his father readily agreed to tlie demands of tile kidnapers and paid 10000 in cash for the return of the lad Charley Ross who was stolen in 1874 was never heard of after he disap eared from his home in Germantown Ba CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE WINCHESTER BANK Of Winchester Ky At the Close of Business March 31 1909 Liabilities f Capital Stock 10000000 U11hiViIOd p i Ifits 12876127 s fund 2l35iGO Taxes puid 4 andtoctpqit1 yrY 178705410798941 Deposits V 03005195 3otal ivL 1 90 04140 Resources Loans and discounts 59130738 Dub fronT4 banks 261 7050 Cash and cash items 3ODiteV 20C9GOGB Overdrafts 1006331 United States b46ndsj 100000 Other stocks tnlboiids 283750 Furniture a dfixtures 17779 Suspense 9379 904f4140IWabove named bank o solcnmly swear that the above statment is tiue to tho best of my knowledge and belief yoR gPH R Cashier Subscribed and sQthto before me by Yoit Sphar tliinilie 31st day of March 1909 Ify Commission expires February 9th 1910 ELIZABETH D FRENCH 0Notary Public Correct Attest N H WITHERSPOON JAS W HUNT J W JOHNSON Directors ECZEMA A GERM DISEASE Myriads of Microscopic Animals In fest the Skin of the Sufferer1 When the skin of an eczema suf ferer itches and burns in untoUl ag oily do you know what is going on within the pores of that skinl Myriads of microscopic animals are gnawing at the flesh breaking down the fine cells and causing fey ters thick scales and that terrible itch The germs multiply Nature can throw them fastertlianI Now there is only oile rid of these germs they must be killed in their lodging places Dosing the stomach or trying to cure the blood will not of course kill time germs and that is why all the blood remedies fail in eczema that is also why salves which do not penetrate can do no erly OrdinarypelmancntgoodI penetrate the pores of the skin and kill the eczema germs If properly mixed with thymol glycerine and othoringrdients as jn D D D Pre scription this wash will buildup the tissue of the skin andpromote its healthy growth giving Nature a chance while killing the germ faster than they can multiply Phillips Drug Co of this city car ries D D D Prescription ilso DD D Soap in stock It Appsciation courtesy were expensive more people might bs irnecf to regard1 It as a good thin Unconscious Socialism IIt Is one of the moat notorious ten dencles of human nature mobeliea that when you havo maHe use of other peoples property for a sufficiently lonGiperloa ou arc Dsol tel entil1cJI j5th cxclUsi n bfi ilhe eaidwn r9j Esit R1Gtiet P71 i 4- i t J NEW BUilDING AND SAVING ASSOCIATION Many Leading Cilizens Decide to In cornnratp The HomeSdJ ncitois uf Work Winchester is to have another Building and Saving Association Messrs T G Barrow S D Goff Vic Bloomfield V W Bush R P Scobee B A Tracy Isaac Drown T W Bruck Jib Allan B R Jouett Wl S Duty James S Winn Glen inore Combs R P Taylor Newton Powell D L PendletonJ W Wheeler QWGII Fitcli Sam K Hodgkin ParnR Murphy rD Royce S T Prewitt and D B Hampton who are backof time new enterpris met Thursday morning and decided to organize and iircorporate at once the new Bmliij AslaOcfation which will jeknpwn as The Homo JBuilding and Saving Association and will have an authorized capital liinit of three mil lion dollars Solicitors for slock wereput to Work lnlrSdaYiriD ling and already several hundfe l shates have been asiiliscribed Iwiis thougllt that there will be at least five thousand shares Subscribed ly4thc middle of Ap iiiat which time the new company expQ ts to begin operation Time ar tides of incorporation fire being prepared and wilt roidemnong other things that t1fttbck shall be paid for at the rate of 25 cents per share on jaeh Saturday night except the first Saturday night in each monthwhen the dues will be 30 cents per share the additional 5 cents going to a sep aftiie fund known as the expense fund The money is to be loaned to the stock holders at the rate of 6 per Cent per annum to be paid monthly and when th rc1S any surplus in the treasury the company will be authorized to invest same in good paying bonds and real estate securities The charter will furtUov provide that a membpr may withdraw by giving mir ty days notice atyhmichi time he will be paid the full antount pmiidbyhiim less his portion of the losses if any and expense fund Time greatest number of shares that any one class may have will be five thousand and the highest that cnn be hold by any one stock holder in N single class will be 100 It is the intention of the company to organize ode cla S each year until they have as miniias six clashes in operation andas soon as time articleS are filed with the Secretary of State which is expected to be done on Saturday of this week Jjv meeting of the stock holders will be held at which time the directors and officers of the asso ciation will be elected Time men behind this movement are our best citizens and business men and assures tho success of the new association from the start It is such enterprises as these that builds up a city and Winchester gladly wel comes this new enterprise discouraging Vagabondage The Euxemburg government Tstreat Ing incorrigible vagabonds to badand water for the first four days of their Imprisonment and to the lowest scale of ordinary diet fwico a weak aterward The prisons arE said to Je emptying fast Man Always Omnivorous It Used to Jej held that primitive t man wasa getarian but the anthropologist Ortvay has made careful J1n eten4leI I lye tf 11on hf h indicate tHat primitive man like the ifnoderpravage Was omnivorous TRY A NEWSl WANT t 1JV RTiSEMEt tdi i I fS Yf Gvr QejI Dr PrO otD law N Hfti Celumfrus Ot Aprjl iIt was announced lollowlng a j coaf eteiice he tweCn Governbr Harm n and Superlh teadeiij Dye of the state industrial School for girls that theta would be npinveEtijgatiotf bthe ex ecutive as a result of two girl resi dents being brought to a local home for medical treatment The governor i as satisfied with xplaaations made by the superintendent Prosecutions against men acqused by the girls maybe made in Delaware county where the bottle is located Tile goterribr was informed that the institution owing to tfiS large numBer of ca S s taken up under the new juvenile court act was now crowded tgudoubla its anticipated capacity ThlriksVlctim Ohio Man- Columbus 0 April lT W JIo Govern secretary of the Lillqy Shoe company of Columbus said he feared the body found along the railroad tracks at Bloomington Ind might be that of a traveling salesman employed by the firm W H Reichel whose home is in Columbus Mr Reiqhel wrote the firm Sunday from Evans yule and is believed to have been in Vincennes Tuesday Air M Govern thinks he might naVe gone from there to Bloomington AMEND ANTITRUST ACT SAYS HARRIMAN Railroad Magnate Giyes His Ideas of Model iGoYertiment Sj Chicago April 1 Edward H Har riman arrived here and while his car was in the switching yards waiting to be hitched to a train for New York he submitted to interviewers Con corning tariff reform Mr Harriman said If the government had revised the tar rlor given the country a good currency law or both we would not have had the Landis decision and we would not have had all this wasteful prosecution of corporations nor all of this hostile legislation against rail roads and the country would today be going along swimmingly He said the government should amend the Sherman antitrust law to meet the changed views or tne people He also advised the newspapers to quit talking about the regulation of peopleicgulatethat the new administration should hot wring more money out of the people before it has learned how to expend- it wisely Mr Harriman spoke strongiyjnfa- vbr of tariff revision and favored combinations of railroads where economy demands them SAILS FOR NEW POST Canton 0 Minister to Work In- North African Missions New York April 1 En route to Algiers where ho is to assume the duties of his newly accepted post as superintendent of the American mission in North Africa the Rev Edwin- F Frease D D of Canton 0 bailed for Europe on the steamer Adriatic dutybEpiscopal bishop for Africa Councilman Sentenced Ashtabula 0 April 1George Aunger vice president of the city council was sentenced to 18 months at hard labor in the state penitentiary by Judge Reynolds Aunger was convicted on the charge of soliciting a bribe of 1200 from the Ashtabula Gas company THE MEAT Of IT F Marion Crawford the novelist is seriously ill at his home in Sorrento Italy The body of the late Rear Admiral Converse was laid to rest in Arllng ton cemetery Washington with full military honors The wife of Bishop John H Vincent of the Methodist Episcopal church died at her home in Indianapolis Ind Miss Myrtle Latham of Daytonv 0 put a burly assailant to flight by stabbing him with her hatpin Mrs Mary Louise Crapo of Columbus 0 is dead as the result of a fall from a streetcar Russian police have jailed 70 men on a charge of providing arms for a baud of revolutionists in the Cau casus i H C Brown of Columbus Cv was elected recording secretary liy the National Dental association at the Birmingham Ala convention Dr William Jones of Chicago noted anthropologist was killed by natives while conducting researches in the PliJlpphieso O9 APL 9o9 121 YUIIOEW Z71913CE ZM rk 7 t l IIiYQUJ 1Wbyidm youconhnuc- batliinCur knees and elbows one Avi time whcff yjjii c4ne stretch out ina full oath Urn pered to suit you and can doso every morning if you wish t 2 Whypump and cdrrywat er for your kitchen and ltfnn dry work when you can ltaeit- at Hand ifor the turningoIa faucet SS 3Why take cbhngfcs on drinking gcruifilled cislcm wat er when you can getitfiiotha large reservoir filterell tllrough the best fihtezplant South of the Ohio River YJ1 httie- jtfihled eirs injfoii- venicnces everything cothfbid rigHtii indifference C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works Ct At tfijY1 Electric Current Furnish tric Current Day Night for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current Motors Do Your Washing Your Sewing Machine VRunSoldering Do Soldering t We Furnish Current Purposes Sell Ttingstezi Lamps for Less = MoneyThan AnyotHer PlantKentucky Winchester Railway Light Ice Co 1NCORrORjrFI1 R iiiIi Will attend to to D SimpsouPres T 14 Pres Old Thoughts Be A thought Is original though you It a hundred times It has come to you over a new route by an express tran of associations Holmes t f SAVED HIS LEG rii i t Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Wis Ten years of eczema Clint dootfors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bueldens Arnica Salve cured sound and well Infallible for Skin Eczema Rheum Boils Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c ht Lrmr I Deducing AVeJsjjt Racelibrse OwnWiiliath you are too heavy Cant you take some- thIng o Iio Jockey Tm wearing my tightest suit and tasled food all dny OwIiirThii goodness sake go and gcit shav6dTIL- Sits Texts from Brcr Williams Talkin bout fribulatl ns said Brother Williams wen he comes ter my house l him welcome hi dis wayl sezter lm 1 does Here ou Is an dar you51 is lake all dc tef yoscf An den I takes ter d1 woods v Atlanta y Tfbrcfors Cxj String Pi VTiUi vgj5 linsnitftft and doui rr dcr uzicGhicr than despair 3fi j u t r oI l 7 d v SSSc- t t A 4Wh dmiil looking youjcon with iii- bImhg flowdrS nTi can at Uie same ime get rid of the dnst it the street f I 5 Why suffer when you can jiavi for health of your family the house g 6Is it not true that t1Ta swer is not lack of money Vut lack of antI ntorpns rand to getting tlft most out of life li f f We Ele and for to Run Run Iron To Your Jfor All We All EKr in I V have uttered SIT 15 it Salt Fever Store havent makes house gr then TO HAVE YOUR RIAGE REPAIRED BY EASTER YOU HAD SEND TO US AT ONCE can give your work same careful s our rule So send us your CARRIAGE now in order that we canrhaye it ready and right you in tit J STROTHER SCOTT Citizens National BankP- aid tip 100000 Surplus 142000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS give youcourteous treatment and promptly carefully all entrusted usand IJ Phillips May New often All thought Watertdwn Eruptions Phillips for Constitution are Do bh the economy CAR BETTER IT Thhwe the attention mvairable for Capital business A 11JLanguageI f human itjbe able to use it The Frenchman in England will find it better to speak in French The Englishman prefers UstenIrather it be that of some body etee Paris Opinion KILLS WOULDBESLAYER merciless murderer is App ntli IA with many victims But Dr Naw Life Pills kill itby pro venfion They gently stimulate stora cob liver and bowel prevenfing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Billiousness Chills Halaiia Hpulncho and Indi giastiou 2e ot Phillips TDraj Store Stamps and Sentiment A monument to Burns has been erected by the people of Scotland beside the auld kirk where his fathor thpcoungeInterior is gjven up to selling postcards A thriving business ts ione by the postmaster hpre 3stfntHcrnld t L WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS lioldest and best institution in tlie county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home ulourtlie- best made Keri tidhand White Pearl flour has no equal 4iSt 1 vuiv 4tV Fc1 I f pIJK 04 r d o r 41 t d tr = 1 r i L 2j 2 f i tT u sLTHENEsTRwJto tt JlEJS i1fMJ h f J IfECL4ES HE IS BANKRUPT a 4 Ceveland Priest Files Yol= gun fa Petition TiMlv DEBTS DOUBfcE ASSETS ill s Rev Father McMahon Was Director of Fidelity Funding Company and lndocer of Many of Its NotesIm possible to State His Liabilities In Connection With Affairs of P J Kieran Owing to Ramifications Through Two Sets of Books Cleveland 0 April IRev Father William McMahon filed a petition in voluntary bankruptcy before Judge Ta ier in the United States district courtgivlng his liabilities at 1500 000 and assets at 75000 His insolvency is stated to have grpVp out of the failure of the Fidel ity Funding company of New York which was promoted by P J Kieran Rev McMahon is said to have been a director of the company and in dorsed many of its notes ACCOUNTS ARt MIXED Receiver Is Busy Untangling Affairs I of Fidelity Funding Company New York April 1From information gathered in circles familiar with affairs of the Fidelity Funding com pay and P J Kieran it was learned- tl t the direct liability of Rev Father 4frcMahon through the failure of the Fidelity Funding company as appear ed on the face of the accounts was about 20000 It was stated however that until there had been a complete audit and comparison of the companys books and the private accounts of P J Kie ran for whom a receiver in bank ruptcy had been named it would be impossible to ascertain the extent of Father McMahons obligations Even then ft was said it was doubtful If the exact status of the account could be learned as the transactions were involved and hard to trace n their ramifications through the two sets of books TAFT ACCEPTS BID President Will Attend National Turn feat at Cincinnati In June Cincinnati 0 April IAugust Herrmann chairman of the turnfest committee of the North Cincinnati Turner society announced that the committee has received assurances from President Taft that he will at tgnd the national turnfest to be held in this city in June The plans for the big fest have been completed It is expected that from 2500 to 3000 active turners fr uaU parts of this country and from Germany will be there They will be talen care of at a military camp to be established in the Carthage fair grounds Fire Destroys River Town Cairift Ill April 1 The town o- fBirds4int Mo which was nearly the cutting of the MI- sslssippirrirer bank a few months ago was wiped out by fire The hotel sev eral store buildings and a number of residences were destroyed fLIGHT A fIZZLE Chicago Aeronauts Experiments De layed by Broken Carburetor dbawrenceburg Iri April tThefirst trial of J F Scott of Chicago to fly his aeroplane here was a failure owing tQ a broken carburetor The overliitulcjustments perfect Professor Scctt de cfIed itb put the car to a practical Pest The engine was started and the 1i foot propeller made 100 revolutions per minute as the car sped over the alfalfa field Suddenly the carburetor gave out and the car was stopped be fore theipanes had caught the wind fairly il Cincinnati Team VIns Cincinnati 0 April IIn a game featured by the participation in It of Cap Alison and Clark Griffith on opposing teams the Cincinnati Na tional league team won from Ansons semiprofessionals of Chicago in easy style Score Cincinnati 15 21 3 Ansons 4 7 3 WATCH THE SUSPECTS NaplesWill Try to Protect Roosevelt During Visit- Naples ASril 1 The Naples au- thoritlesare taking extraordinary precautions to insure the safety of ex President Roosevelt during his short onlykwho have returned from the United States or who have relatives there but alsq bathe foreigners of different nationalities who are now here TurfmanJournalist Dies Cincinnati 0 April 1 Kirby Sub W knoll this city aid throughout t is dead 5Vir several years he had engaged in rwspaper r work but kept up his interest in turf matters and for the last ten years pfeslded Ovfer the press gallery at Xa tonla irack Heywae at VHlton Ky 54 years ago v 4J c t ii t WAR ON BILLBOARDS Cincinnati Conducting One of the Most Successful Fights SIZE OF BOARDS LIMITED Why Municipal Regulation of Out door Advertising Is AdvocatedHow Illustrations Are RestrictedValue- of Crusades Effective Methods From many cities in various parts of the United States the American Civic association has received recent reports telling of the progress of the campaign against obnoxious billboards This work of the American Civic asso ciation and affiliated organizations has resulted in a tremendous public senti ment against objectionable outdoor ad vertising and the progress is in spite of the Increased ebergy of the adver tising interests One of thB most successful cam paigns against the offensive billboards Is that in Cincinnati where the Business Mens club Is seeking a reasona ble control of the billboards One of the most active in the movement is Murray Shipley prominent manufac turer and a member of the executive board of the American Civic associa tionTwo restrictive measures have been proposed one now pending before the Cincinnati councils for a proper regu lation of billboards and the other to be introduced in the Ohio legislature In the new municipal building code it is proposed that no billboard shall be erected without a permit that a fee of 10 shall be paid for a board 7 by 10 feet with 5 for each addi tional seven lineal feet or fraction thereof that billboards of wood shall not exceed two feet in height that all in excess of two feet shall be of metal and that no board shall exceed 500 square feet in area By the terms of the proposed state measure It Is provided to have munici pal regulation of billboards with pow er to license the erection of advertising boards This bill will exclude for advertising purposes parks and the res idence parts of cities in which sections a majority of qualified voters favor prohibition of billboards It proposes to limit billboardsto 7 by 10 feet not less than twentyfive feet from the street and provides that each board shall have independent supports Illus trations depleting or describing in words or characters or both the com mission of any crime or misdemeanor are forbidden as are obscene and im moral advertisements Mr Shipley who advocates billboard regulation said tWboldlywhether It Is a great work of art or a beautiful hillside which Is threatened with billboard desecration and let us insist that wo arc entitled to look and see the landscape as nature made Itt and not as disfigured with wooden cows or halt made highballs Aside from this one all suf ficient reason there are many other reasons why billboards should be under rea sonable control First upon the aesthetic ground we are entitled to have our sense of rght not offended against any more than our enso of hearing or smell Billboards detract propertyHearHenchman Davis president of theTJen tral Trust and Safe Deposit company One of the Illustrated cards you inclose happens to be directly in point as Illus trating actual financial lops to the prop erty owners caused by the expensive and unsightly billboards fQr It Is affecting the rental value of property ap control sit uated in that neighborhood After exhaustive inquiry Into the subject the Cincinnati Business Mens club received a report from its special committee to which was nnp aded an extensive of irt1SingInadvertisers and requests for the cooperation of real estate owners have been the main features of the cam paign begun eighteen months ago As an example of the success let ters were sent to billboard advertisers who were asked if they vtould not agree with others to abandon the boards and sixty advertisers so agreed The advertising thus termi nated affected 300 boards Illustrated postcards showing some especially offensive boards were mailed to club members and one of the results was that several property owners voluntarily agreed to remove the objectionable boards from their propertyIn campaign for a state measure the cooperation of civic associations in other municipalities of Ohio was so llcited and most of the 130 such organizations promised support- J W Rogers superintendent of parks forcibly removed 1000 feet of billboards twelve feet high standing on Inwood park property after repeated notice to the billboard owners A prominent builder showed his sympathy with the crusade by notifying bl owners that he would not renew contracts The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra association betided to encourage the fight against boards to advertise its concerts In the campaign for the restriction of billboards In the new building code a significant case of reduction of values Because of billboard Intrusion was shown The Stribley property in Gilbert avenue was purchased for7w1 000 but when sold after a vast of s1gshnd been erected facing It only 4000 could be obtainediWhen Mr Shipley conducted the crn sade for municipal regulation of billboards lending to the councilmanic hearing dozens of prominent men of Cincinnati Nr d the restric tion of billboardsSftalLnnmos of In dorsets as publish retjaliring almost of the CiaeteMKi newspapers lit t ZV u HORSE JACK Cards andI Folders PRINTED AT THIS OFFICE FirstClass Work Reasonable Prices The Columns of THE NEWS reaches nearly every home in county reachjyourr TheWinchester NeWsto Incorpor- atedADVERTISE IN THE NEWS All Men Subject to Error A man must have a great 3al 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 falseBenjamin Franklin NEAR DEATi Ir BG POND It was1 tWpiing espdrifcnco t6 Mrs Ida Sopor to facjq death For ye ars a severe trouble gave me intense sufferingshe writes and several times nearly caused itiy death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve yens Mrs Sopor lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Cdlds Sort Lungs Hemorrhages LaGnppe Asthma Croup Whooping Coughand all Bronchial affections 50c and 10QV Trial Lottie free Guaran tccflJbyvPIullips Drug Company C l y Have Use for bid Piling There has been secured byva New York state pulp company an option on 500000 cords of sunken pine ptlln now lying submerged In the Ridea- river and lakes back of Kingston Ontario Canada The piling was sunk about 80 years ago when the Rideau rrver was a enter of commercial act uSorhe piling will be converted by a chemical process into tho finest gradesbf stationery THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Ad ams of Heririefta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writ esfiis mother seven bottles of Eleb tric Bitters completely cured him RheumI811tprCI1ePluUlipg iun1t T TTr I TimeFor More II Printjn repair or an for AND Bargains f Grail Fr EtC1aSpedaMy WH Ittk t c t t IT L4 high that the Business menu of this vicinity finding out that are the Modern Printers with Down to Date Outfit in the City of It is time they were awaking fact they would reach the and catch the eye of the vublic they must I for the printing with do offer these ad vantages The Finest New Down to the 1 111 Minute Type the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MOREl i We are vain enough 4o that we Mve a f line of samples that will eclipse anything of its kind this section of Kentucky andnothing gives more pleasure than exhibit our production the users ofprinters ink would like to call show youtf that we deliver the goods L t LLLLJ t Ae14z4Lr WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY Printers caT Anythingr Main Stj New Phone 91 GARAGEBring for storage I have uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room Ladies gnWinchester KY Hiilhlandv STROSSMAN RATUFF REAL ESTATE INSURANCE See Us For ConSwfiilii Transfer ami Ice Co KMrthis ltd KMt FlItIr Plaaw Strwt NMMS ir 1c tf Th fine of were we Only Winchester i to this If ear come to us which to it We Machinery and J believe in us to to We and can INCORPORATED S New Yorks Consumption of Tea New Yorkers drink tea as well as other things and it Is estimated that one pound of the herb Is consumed by each inhabitant yearly Oltl Briffrj ON OlD SOLR1ER rvJ JohnGoodall ofthe Io Soldiers Home Grand Rapids Mich firmly happinessfthis bottkis a happy end to all his former troubles He made a state intent which is giciiword for word 1 wish to let th s tfre ng with rheumatism knowwhat Rlfetimaline has done for me 1 have hail rheumatism for about six years anti have tried a number of rheumatic remedies without getting any benefit I am happy to say that one bottle of Rhenmahne has done me more good than medicine I have ever taken ram Ircan recommend it to anyone buffer ing with fheiiiaatism Six years of Itrc1in cn e tw l HWf r k- Ji i I or FoooWhen nf l itsubstancedeath RESULt of it If it can kill rhoweiitism of 0 years standing hi n Mfin whose rheumatism has undoubtedly been brought about by years of severe cx Usetreasonovercome your belter judgment Rhen nlaline cures rheumatism liitmbaco sciatica neuralgia gaut andrlacliiey liver bladder stomaeli ant blood troubles caused by uric aewf Rheu maline Capsules stop pain imme diatelyand Rhcllm line Tabjeis arc tHe finest thingfor constipation sold RItfl1mn1inecured bnlr at the Phj 4JJ m ptius Who Nils the M tier hire GetRh lic is Ute c fI t lAJy 1 ftj 0 v rIIf o c r 4 4 r S i vv j 3L ti IvV i t sft 3i 4 ir rr c iT tzr i t 4 i i v i T f1f 7lc O THE WIHCHESTEr NEWS 10WIS THE TIME TO SUPPlY YOURSELF WITH ENAMEL WARE We have a beautiful assort ment of nice large pieces of ONYX ENAMEL WARE that weare offering for FRIDAY and SATURDAY at the Special Low Price of t 25 cts For Choice earlybeforebroken as they will not last long at this price GRUBBS AND BENTON AUDITORIUM ANNOUNCEMENT All is Ready For the Opting of Show and Garden Saturday Evening The Winchester Auditorium summer garden and motion picture theatre will open to the public on Saturday April3rd 1 09at7oclock p m The summer garden will be open ev cry day from that date from oclock um to JO clock p in except Sundays Admissions to the garden free villi good music all the time Wo Jiae an uptodate soda fountain and will serve all kinds of soft drinks mid ices at poplar prices We want you to come to the Auditorium and mjike that your headquarters have your friends meet you there The motion picture theatre will open every afternoon from 3 oclock p m to 5 30 po inn ht from 7 30 p m to 10 p m except Sundays Admission 5 nightsIe run 3000 of film when the admissions will be 10 cents We want every lady gentleman and child to realize that they have a public place in Winchester to come to and feet at home Out picture machine is theVljest that can be bought We change our pictures every day which will be the best that can be had with illustrated songs and music Come we assure you land and polite treatment We arc sure we will please you v DB SCOBEE Mg COOPER REEVES Mr J W Cooper arid Miss Glorciaa Reeves were married at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Jerry Reeves in the county Tuesday afternoon at three oclock by the Rev Richard French CLARK CIRCUIT COURT Jerry Taylor Plaintiff vs Notice Burl Turiier J A Hughes Shirley Hadden W H T61cini Hardman Roycc and Winchester Bank Defendants Theaboyo parties to this action and T L Nunan and Hadden Tobin are notified that Ias Master Corn missioner df the Clark Circuit Court will at my office in Winchester1 Ken tucky beginning on April 3rd 1909 hear evidence as to the in4ebtedness of the firm of Taylor and Turner as of April 3rd 1907 preferences oi any assets of said firm at said time fheTelative1ightsof the parties to set1tlinlue to heAivoyidenco as to said ques tioiis till jrillTHi 190 LE LAND HATHAWAY t MCCCC I r Ter me out of this paper put me in your watch pocket I will reiBind you early in the morning t and fera trifle your home your business and your income will be i protected Do you know when your present policy expires V W BUSH 6 COME ANY want your busi news Get one of ourgood old corn paaies between you and fire and youwill rist e4sy Office M Si MamSkt Telephone No 145 i JJ N p44S f + r 1 M H 11500 POUND CHUNK OF BORNITE ORE Almost Pure Copper is to be Brought From Alaska to the Exposition Special to The News VALDEZ AiaskaAprii 1Tbring from Niigget Creek a 1500 pound chunk of bornite ore almost pure copper for exhibition at the AlaskaYnkonPacific Exposition in Seattle James McCarthy started this morning for the mines Five men accompany him with camp outfits and he expects to be back in three yejaks with the nugget It will bet il niitom the Valdez claim fon which the principal development work has been dOne on the group belonging to the Alaska Consolidated and to the McCarthy Third Holding Company Mr McCarthy will bring the nugget to the Fairbanks road and from there Ed Wood will bring it to Valdez The Committee of the Valdez Chamber of Commerce which has charge of the work of assembling an exhibit from all parts of the mineral district tributary to Valdez is anxious to have the speciments brought to town at an early date as the timQ is near when theexhibit must be taken to Seattle Some very fine specimens have been brought in and a larger havc1notto send out a last imperative call IK OF PTO CONFER RANK OF KNIGHT On Professor Geo S Dalgety at Meet ing Thursday Night For the first time the Kof P lodge will meet in the new fraternity build ing Thursday night and will confer the rank of Knight upon Prof Gco S Dalgety Fr Married Men Dont expect to have your own wa in life You must yield onehalf ai least Let your wife nave her way once In a while and experience a throb Of generosity Exchange lUniversal Patent Costly h each of the 64 countries Issuing them would cost an Inventor 15000 exclusive of the at torneys fees light Does It do an good to worry It does It gives the doctor a ehaace to earn the price of n meal ticket the maker of dyspepsia dope a chance to work off his truck upon your system and eventually It gives the gravedig ger a job Of course it says to worrj Los Angeles Express Extreme Caref lness Ribson is the most careful man T ever met Indeed Yes The evening he was married he requested his best man to carry thhring and then askedhim for a receipt 1ev ft Have Equality In Rank In the Turkish the crew and officers of a warship form a regiment and the officers hold the same rank as on land lhe captain is lieutenant colonel and so 00 i J tti c f1 ni STANDPATTERS YIELD A POINT Make Concessions to Oppon ents of iag Rule X f TO TAX ALL DIVIDEND Reported That Ways and reaF1Com mittee Will Recommend Amend ment Calculated to Raise Revenue Originally Intended to Come From Tax on Tea and Lumber Jamei J Hill Holds Conference With Cannon and Other Leaders on Tariff Washington April 1 A compromise is to be agreed to by the various factions on the Republican side ot the house regarding the consideration of the Payne tariff bill and it is con fidently expected that the measure will be voted upon on April 10 There was a noticeable disposition on the part of the standpatters fol lowing their conference with Presi dent Taft to accede to the wishes of those who have opposed anyUgag rule which would prevent a vote on certain important schedules The ways and means committee has agreed to submit amendments to the bill which will keep tea on the free list strike out the countervailing duty on coffee and make the rate on barley 25 cents a bushel The Republican members of the Michigan Iowa and Wisconsin delegations held conferences each dele gation deciding upon the schedules on which they demand that the special rule shall provide for a vote Most of the members of these delegations desire an increased tax on beer and the lowering of the duties on gloves and hosiery Some wish the repeal JAMES J HILL Railroad Magnate Who Talked Tariff With Speaker Cannon of the provision for an inheritance tax It is said that the ways and means committee may report an amendment which will provide for a tax on all dividends from stocks and bonds This has been proposed as a means for raising the 10000000 which it is estimated the Payne bill would provide through the tax on tea and lumber The ways and means committee further considered the amendments yhich it will offer to the blllv The tariff commission committee met sev eral members of the committee to djscuss the proposition which they advocate James J Hill the railroad magnate called on Speaker Cannon and informally discussed the tariff with him and with members of the tariffsframing committee and Repre sentatve Tawney of Minnesota Mr Hill is understood to be in favorof repealing the duty on lumber but would not express himself for publi cation It is now believed a rule will be brought in Monday to provide for the consideration of the Payne bill under thq flveminute rule until the follow ing Saturday when it will be voted upon PICK BILL TO PIECES Many Representatives Discuss Payne Tariff Schedules Washington April 1 The Payne tariff bill again was picked to pieces in the house of representatives There were no prolonged speeches and in consequence many were afforded an opportunity to express their views Lumber coffee wood pulp and print paper tobacco coal zinc and the bill were generally discussed The arguments on lumber came from the south through Mr Pujo of Louisiana and Mr Thomas of North Carolina who did not want the pro te tlon afforded the lumber industry disturbed There was an interesting exposition of the wood pulp question by Mr Mann of Illinois who defended the proposed reduction of the duty on that product Mr Larrinage the Porto Rican commissioner made an exhaustive plea for a tax of 5 cents a pound on coffee from that colony Others who spoke were Messrs Morgan of Js souri Brantley of Georgia Douglas of Ohio Rothermel of Pennsylvania Lbverlng of Massachusetts Sulzer of New Yprk Mondel of Wyoming and Jfiezt of Pennsylvania fi FIFTEEN BONDS ARE NOW DUE County Judge Evans Prepared to Still Further Reduce Indebted ness of the County At the meeting of the Clark Fiscal Court last week bonds amounting to 16000 and coupons amounting to 4680 were paid and destroyed These were six per Cent bonds and were issued in 1885 Fifteen- m6r1of the same date and for the same purpose fell due Thursday of this week and will be paid by County Judge Evans as soon as they are presented The county has still 64000 4 percent bonds now out They were is sued when the county ook over all the turnpikes in the county and will fall due as follows 7000 in 1917 7000 in 1918 10000 in 1925 10 000 in 1926 10000 in 1927 10 000 in 1928 and 10000 in 1929 CHAPTER Of- EASTERN STARS Organized in Winchester Wednesday Mrs OEGrubbs Wor thy Matron A large assembly of Master Masons and their lady friends met in the new fraternity building Wednesday afternoon and organized and elected officers for the subordinate chapter of the order of the Eastern Star Mrs Ollie E Grubbs was chosen Worthy Matron and Dr G F Clark Worthy Patron There were fiftythree charter applicants and Mr F M Harris through whose efforts the chapter wife organized is very much elated over the success of his efforts The Grand Chapter officers will in stitute the chapter and set them to work on Thursday April 8that pm BROUGHT HOtlY HOME FROM HEW MEXICO 1 Robert Bradley Who Died From Tu berculosis Will Be Buried Friday fThe remains of Robert Bradley who died last Wednesday at Abu querque New Mexico arrived here on the noon train Thursday and will be buried in the Winchester cemetery Friday at eleven oclock Mr Brad ley has been living in New Mexic for a number of years He contracted tuberculosis about a year ago and has been ill since lIe is survived by his wife who was Miss Daisy Rug land father and mother Mr and Mrs Henry Bradley of this county and a brother Sam of Indiana and two sisters Mr4Sirapson Baker of Lexington and Mrs S L Gotterill of Latonia The services will be conducted by RcvMr Thomas of the old Baptist church and Rev J M Rash of the Christian church GETS ORDER FOR HIS ROXA COLA Mr GLee Wainscott Received Congratulating Letter From California Mr G Lee Wainscott a week or so ago sent out 1000 small sample bottles of Roxa Cola to drug stores and soda fountains throughout this country and Canada He has received a number of orders so far as the result and today received the following Mr G L Wainscott Winchester Ky My Dear irYour sample Roxa Cola at hand inclosed find 475 for whichsend via Express one gallon of Roxa Cola I wish no labels so deduct 25 cents as inclosed slipdi rects Respectfully VISALIA SODA WORKS By McDonald Manager Roxa Cola is thee best Kola drink ivc seen yet and Ive seen many and tried many I know a good thing when I see it and am placing this order very soon after sampling your sample p R MCDONALD MAY LOSE FINGER Charlie Scottwho Jives on the McClure pike Had the middle finger of his right hand so severely mashed by getting it caught ina corn sheller Thursday mqranagrtbatr amputation may be necessary r t1 e S ANITAIREBEDS Received A NECESSITY FOR A HYGENIC BEDROOM Why buy an unknown unguaranteed bed when the Sanitaire guaranteed for 10 years costs no moreis better finished better constructedand more beautiful in design The finish is durablehard as flint impossible to chip off PRICES FROM TO 2500 a variety of finishes to harmonize with any bed roomin sizes single double and the modern twin beds Come inlet us show you the beautiful Sanitaire Iron Brass Bedsthe only guaranteed bed on the market ON SATURDAY APRIL 10th at 230 p m we are going to give away one of these Sanitaire Beds there are no strings tied to it you are not required to make any purchase please call at our store for par ticulars SEE THE BED IN SHOW WINDOW HENRY H HALL FURNITURE UNDERTAKING SELLING ROXA COLA Mr Jack Poynter has accepted a position with Mr G L Wainscott auf left Tuesday morning for a weeks trip through the Kentucky mountains soling that ppoular drink Roxa Cola TO CLOSE CONTRACTS FOR RENTING ROOMS Joint Trustees of Fraternity Building y To Meet Friday flight t A joint meeting of the trustees of fraternity building will meet Friday night in the County Clerks office for the purpose of closing some con tracts fo rthe rental ofoffice rooms in the new fraternity building A number of the rooms have already been spoken for and the trustees think it willonly be a short time before they arc all taken GrownUp Children It Is not only the frjvolous whom the spirit of childishness is just now leading astray Silliness is the Cash ion even among the wise Women especially affect a kind of childish shrewdness in talking of serious subjects Like children who have the habit of romancing they lose the sense of reality and because they nev er talk exactly as they think they begin to think exactly as they talk London Spectator Possibilities a tywment We cannot speak a loyal word and be meanly silent we cannot kill and not kill in the same moment but a moment is room wide enough for the loyal and mean desire for the out lash of a murderous tbq sht and the sharp backward stroke of repentance George Eliot From Guesses at Truth Some men treat the God of their father as they treat theirs fathers friend They do not deny hini by iu means they only deny ihe selves to him whexihe is good enough to call upon thcmJ C and AW Hare Not Improbibje I dont know how true It is said the Irishman but they tell me that the dime museum bearded lady Just died and left a wife and four children Phllosophlqa A girl with freckles feels Just as philosophical about them as the man does about being in n stock market twlicNew York Pre s SUBSCRIBE FOR THE1HEWS q r i f r 1f A t L GUARANTEED US FOR 10 YEARS Another Car Just 500 In and The price stays down the quality goes up P while most things shoes included are go down in quality and up in jtrice tpafs the great difference betweenBeacon Shoes and other shoes today Made to tliGvtandard of shoes that sell for iand 3 more but do not give you a cents worth of bet ter material workmanship and style Union made Goodyear welt handsewed process uppers in all leathers shapes are ihe latest New Yorkstyles Weve got em aUcan fit you comfortably and in upto date style Sold from maker to wearer by MASSIE The Shoe Man And flfteea hundred other ercloitre aatBtI throughout the United States and Europe YOUR PICTURE IS YOUR REPRESENTATIVEBARRETTS bears close study and will interest you It shows that HE HAS STUDIED HIS BUSINESS and hitS under his contro the forces that enter into tho making of a Valuable and Pleasing Picture HE REPRESENTS YOU AT YOUR BEST in his photographs and it is no chance hit work with him at 22 NORTH MAIN STREET BRIDGE JUNK SHOPNo 26 N bcefIall goods PtI JW HISEL 41lmo TRY A KEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT if Sr ljt t t CLASSIFIED COLUMN you want to rent a home IIf you want to buy a home you want to insure your home FOR SALECheap grapaophont and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf- WANTEDTo buy clean rigs Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEIstill build albkrnda of wire fence If in tha market for same write or telephone mo for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541216tf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEold papers for sale at this office 216tf- WANTEDTo take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUGY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65J1 311lmo FOR SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 315rlmo FOR SALEEggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 3113174moJUNK DEALERChas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo STRAY COLTStrayed into my fly ery stable No 15 West Washington street a yearling hpfse colt bay long tail and mane BIRL TURNER 317tfi WANTAt once good reliable boy 1to learn the printers trade Apply to this office 327 tL FOR RENTNew 6room cottage on College street with gas water and bathroom Good cistern Possession at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College stre- et323eodtf FOUNDBy Frank Martin on Main street long black glove Owner can have same by calling at Citi zens bank 324St FOR SALE Plymouth Rode squabs to eat Fat dainty delicaons Try some Call up Home phone 5 W K GUMMING Lexington avenue 325Gf FOR SALE Eggs from bred White Legborns75ientpcr 15 Brown alspjVisit my yards PREWITT BROWN 23 East Washington street 325lrao LOST Pocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Re ward YoJ REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325tf FOR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs at 1 a setting best in the State Also eligible Berkshire gilts will furrow in May J C McOLURE R IL No2 Home phone7860 326Jroo FOR RENTTwo or three rooms for man and wife No 32 Fitch aye flue Home phone 721 i 3 770l FOR RENTThree rooms suitable for housekeeping Apply 136 Alabama street 3276t FOR SALEBlackLangshan eggs at five cents each NAPOLEON BARNES Winchester Ky route No 329linoi FOR SALEEggs from thorough hQrnsfOlTRAOY2q4 South Main sffceg 339 t5 LOSTBlack and white ticket fe male pointer dog one year oldmy name on collar Return atonce and get reward J H KE ES 3Q3b f r t1fetwcenMaple bunch of keys Finder eariJiaive same bypayipg for tl iTzd + tv 2t z i 1k i t f 1