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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r If Lr r ffi Last dftion r V9L1 NO its KY APRIL 1909 CHITS A COPY II COTS Wm 3t ILOCAL WOODMEN Jn HAVE SMOKER r r- tlWitl Occupy New Quarters in Fra V ternrty Building on Fri day Night t Saving Bi6ved their new quar i terson the fourth floor of the fra the local camp Wood men of the World will hold its regz tialai meeting there Friday night for- tlieflrst time At the regular meeting Friday night about eight or ten new members will be taken in and a large number of applications for membership will be voted on and a large attendance is desired After the meeting a smoker will be held- YOIITDFUL HUNTER IS SHOT BY HIS Heel May Be Amputated as Result of Wound in the Foot Heel is Full of Shot GEORGETOWN Ky April 2Apri acG occurred here yesterday afternoon one to be added to the long record of the shotgun and youthful hunters Ira Shuhart known as Boots Shuhart was the victim and his friend Luke Abbett the unfortunate user of the gun The two are friends and were out snipe hunting When out about ten miles in the countrv Luke started to pull the trigger of his shotgun when he espied Boots in direct line with his aim He tried to swerve his aim bit it proved too late anti the latter was shot in the foot so full of shotthat it feared that amputation may have to be resorted to Dr Harry Johnson was jn attendance IF YOUR TENANTS HAVE SPECIAL TALENTS FOR BEHIND WITH THEIR RENT PAYMENTS GET SOME ONES THROUGH ADVERTIS- iNG IF YOU HUNT FOR THE RIGHT MAN FOR THE PLACE THROUGH THE CLASSIFIED ADS YOU WILL FIND HIM IF HE IS TO B EFOUtyD POSTMASTER A KENTUCKIAN The Boston Globe of recent date contains tie following complimentary notice of Col Sam Moseley who is postmaster of Hyde Park Mass and who visits Winchester oft n He is u nephew of Judge 11lI Beckuer and Miss Elfcid Brown who is now visiting Mrs Ed Clark is his neice The not ice is asfollpws- TIlc postmaster of this interesting wideawake town is Col Sam Mose lcy a real live Kentuckian Col Moseley has held office as postmaster of this town under Presidents Harrison McRinley and Roosevelt and he lias allowed it to leak out that he is willing to serve eight years more uder William Howard Taft Col Mbsclcy is also the editor and proprietor of the Hyde Park Gazette the local papqr and he is brae of the solid men of the town He takes pride in serving the town as its postmaster and everybody likes him so well that nobody would think of being a candidate against him for the place Beside the main postoffice Hyde Park has three substances Over all floats old glory night and day of the 365 days of the year Postmaster Moseley pays for these flags out of lies own pocket and he delights in do ink it The stations are all equipped with modern postofiice pharaphernalia aid lit leas u fotce of 25 carriers and clerks assj tini Jiim in collecting and r deUveriiigitheimail to his towns peo postmasteras Moseley cn dearinglyr callslt and no Hyde Parker woul k nf rmiicr to Kentucky and not look tip Postmaster Moseleys an cestrMl hjome ill Newport Ky just across the Ohid river from Cincinnati Col f Leos leys father by the way knew Prdsiqeat Tafts father well then Pre tdeht Taft was in Bos ta year a go 11e and qol Moseley over oldtimes in Cincinnati it tr f l f r THE WINCHESTER NEWS 2 2 C FIVE YEAR OLD CHILD BURNS Mamie Daughter of John W Hall Dies as Result of Dress Catching Fire Her dress catchimr fire in some manner while playing around a burning brush pile Wednesday morning Mamie the 5yearold child of Jno W Hall who lives on the farm of Mr A Renick was so badly burned that death occurred Thursday morning The burial was in the Wincliester1 ceemtery Friday mornin- gFOREIGNERS WITH CONSTABLES One Killed and One Fatally In jured as Result Plttsburg April 2One man was killed and another probably fatally Injured In a riot between a crowd of miners formerly employed at the Mar wick mines of the Allegheny Coal company at Cheswlck Pa near here and two deputy constables at that placeThe dead man Is Mike Strenyard aged 20 Norwalk Bulterge aged 24 has two bullets in his back and was removed to tie Allegheny general hospital here where his recovery Is said to be doubtful The trouble started when the crowd of miners attempted to rescue a com rade who had been arrested SCULPTOR IN JAIL Perry Prefers Prison Cell to Paying Alimony to Wife New York April 2Because he re fused topay his first wifes alimony to the amount of 1000 Roland Hin ton Perry a sculptor and painter was committed to Ludlow street Jail for a six months term By going to prison Perry is relieved of the alimony obli gatlon or at least of the Imprison ment as the penalty for failure to pay as the state laws provide that six months is the limit of Jail confine meat for the delinquency Getting Ready In Butler Hamilton 0 April 2 The Ohio AntiSaloon league has opened offices in the Sutherland building removing Its supplies from Springfield where it made a winning fight This forecasts an election in Butler county in June This county has a larger popu lation than dark county and many more saloons There are 157 saloons and three breweries in the county Wheeler at Youngstown Youngstown 0 April 2 Wayne B Wheeler state superintendent of the AntiSaloon league came here to consult with the county local option committee on the SgM which will waged in Mahonlng count He de elated that the work of ivassing the voters has not reached such a stage that the result can be given out Had Right to Draw Mileage Columbus 0 April 2lt was per fectly legal for the legislators to col lect 12 cents a mile each way for two trips home a month during the time the legislature was in session An opinion to this effect was rendered by Attorney General Denman to Speaker Mooney of the house Splits Wood With Dynamite Dayton 0 April 2 Because he used dynamite and powder to split his wood as an easy means of sidestep ping the nourish of the ax Alexander Biggs a Hungarian was heavily fined in police court for disturbing the peace of his neighborhood and fright ening his neighbors Indict Diamond Match Company Wilmington N C April2rA grand jury in the superior court here found a true bill against the Diamond Match company and its traveling re resentative Walter Buoy of c arlotte- N C for alleged violation of the state antitrust law THE MEAT Of IT Speech and hearing was restored to Miss Bernice pooler a deaf mute of Philadelphia by a sudden plunge into the Pacific ocean at Balboa Beach CalRev James S Dickson secretary of the college board of the Presbyter ian church is dead at his home IK East Orange NJ Because Hulda Klener would not talk to him over the telephone Ma thias Mannes of Toledo 0 killed the girl and then committed suicide 1r li r FOUR OF THE CONTESTANTS IN WORLDS MARATHON DERBY POLO GROUNDS NEW YORK CITY Six of the fastest long distance runners representing five countries entered for the professional Marathon Derby at the Polo grounds in New York city The four best known in this country are Shrubb the fleet English runner Longboat the Canadian Indian JohnHayes winner of the Olympic Marathon and Dorando the Italian Henri St Yves the French runner came over expressly for the race Matt JMaloneyf whose performances in various ama teur Marathons made him a much feared man frbm the start was the last to enter WINCHESTER TO HAVE NEW DEPOT BUILDING Lexington and Eastern Railway Planning New Structure For Clark County Under the above heading The Lexington Herald of Friday pubiish ed the the many improvements that the Lexington Eastern Rail way Company will make along their road between this city and Jackson will be the erection of a handsome new passenger depot at WinchesterThe are now being prepared and will be complete in about a month when work on the new building will commence The new building will be of concrete and brick and modern in construction and when completed will be the finest on the road outside of Lexington The present one at Winchester rather old and dilapidated and the Commercial Club of that place has made numerous requests for a new one which General Manager W A McDowell says will be grant ed in a short time pIFFBILLTO PASS WEDNESDAY j I ywRepublMean House Leaders Have Canvassed r Bill Will Pass Special to ThcNcAtsv v WASHINGTON April 2Thc Re publican house leaders aftera care ful canvass expressed their confidence in their ability to pass the Payne tariff measure The decision now is tp put the bill oil its passage next Wednesday t i i J i C I IJ T LARGEST CROP OFjTOBACCO IN t Forecast of Commissioner Rankin in Frost Bulletin Issued For 1909 v FRANKFORT Ky April 2 Commissioner of Agriculturq JI C Rankin has just issued his first crop re port bulletin for 1909 being a statement of conditions throughout the State up to April In his introduction to the statistical table of percentages the commissioner says The percentages given for corn and tobacco acreage are prospective toIbaceoBurley and dark and an average corn crop will be planted Wheat is not in as good cbiidi = tion as it was at this time last year but with favorable weather it will make a fair yield Live stock wintered well and the prices of all arc fairly good horses and mules being high The percent age for fruits are based on the present outlook and the present pros pect is for Ii good peach crop BUYS CARLOAD OF HOGS R P Taylor sold to YolI Robb Thursday afternoon a carload of hogs weighing 200 to 225 pounds at 6y2 cents lOOOOO DAM IS DYNAMITED Great Mermentau Dam BuiItBy Rice Gr s To tallyDe royedl Special to The Nevvs v4 LAKE CHARLES La April 2 The Mermenlau damfit Grand Chen ire was dynamited last night presumably by cattle raisers and totally destroyed The damwa erectcjd at a cost of hundred thousanu dollars by 1 the ricegrtrers r 4k ili i tr t i fi J fii r I jr I iios ARE TO BE RECEIVED FOR WORK Of Surveying and Plating the Site of the Government Building A newt item referring to the Gov eminent site in the Winchester Dem ocrat o April 2 is unintentionally misleading No survey has beets made by anyone representing the Government The status of the case is this The custodian has been instructed by the Treasury Department to re ceive bids from competent surveyors to survey and plat the ground giving elevation and other details The custodian will bo glad to receive bids from any competent sur vcyor for doing this work- FALSE ALARM OF FIRE An alarm of fire was turned in from Mt Abbott Thursday night The fire department responded but there wtas nothing doing The key was in the alarm bpx but no one was around It is supposed that some one turned it in who lead not seen the new hose wagon in operati- onEATHQUAKE VIRGINIAI Two Distinct Shocks Are Felt But ReIsportedHfF it WINCUESTJgafV4u Vpiil 2rTwo distinct earthquakes were felt at 230 this morning Quake was also felt in Charleston and Harpers Ferry No damage is reported MARRIAGE LICENSE A maniage license was issued Friday to Clint R Richardson to marry Fannie Hisle Both are res idents of this county 7 n lfJ 1 q f 4rA REDS f FASTER HuISEAaQN Tryouts Show That Six or Seven Pitchers Have Hade Gold So Far By C H Zuber CINCINNATI 0 April 2LocatJ followers of base ball have been get ting a great deal of satisfaction out of the performances given by the Reds since their return from the promIbiseding the Southern training trip and in every instance the reports have been corroborated at least up to the preseent time It begins to look as if Manager Griffith would have no h trouble picking six or seven pitchers of National League calibre from among his hustlers and that the shortstop job would be better attend ed to than it was last season In the matter of sneed too the far ahead of the aggregation of 1908S a fact which will add greatly to the fielding and base running strength of the team Manager Griffith is making excellent progress in the mat ter of instilling team work into his players so that when the first game of the season is played on April 14 he willnot have to handle a bunch ofraw uus in the battle with the Pirates Anson Great Player The evanescence of base ball fame was exemplified here during the week in the games played with the Reds by Ansons Chicago Colts In his day Anson was the greatest base ball leader in the country It was said of him that he could take nine cigar store Indians and make them play ball Banking on this fame of the days gone by Auson is piloting a hunch of youngsters around the country playing exhibition games trading largely upon his name to draw audiences but at the same time thebNational game But the scheme doesnt seem to appeal to the ever aL base ball public with thejraJt seems to 6ea case of It dbesrit matte what you were its what yon are today for less than 100 people were out to seetlie first game Of course the cold weather held down the at tendance but as the Vets and Colts had a colder day on Monday and drew tout five times as many peo pie its plain that the base ball pub lie does not indulge in sentiment it wants the uptodate article all the time Opening Game of Season Just how much chance there is for the Reds to beat out the Pittsburgs slightargumentseason between the locals and the Pirates Reports from Hot Springs where Clarkes men have been training do not tip off any particularly classy additions to the Pirate squad It looks as if Manager Clarke would have to depend upon the same tal eat he had last season to win him a position in the race and this fact snakes the Reds prospects look brighter Of all the National League teams that have been working in the South this spring the Reds except ed New York appears to have made the greatest improvements in strengthening the pitching and catching departments If Donlin does not carry out his threat to quit the same and joins the Grants McGraws bunch will be atuuch harder proposition than they were in 1908 Pugilistic Atmosphere While the pugilistic atmosphere re garding the heavyweight championship has not been cleared during the past week it certainly has taken on more interesting aspects The walloping which Stanley Ketchell gar Jack OBrien and his subsequent challenge of Jack Johnson the colqr ed champ snakes a fight for the honor look among the things of the jj futurcv Ji1 Jeffries apparently waiting for some white man fo on JohnSbnand as Ketcliell has fallen in with this place one probably will not hepr much fla JefiiesJohn- son fight for some time For which the gods be praised Racing Commission The decisionof Judge Harbison o Covlngton declaring the unconstitutionality of the Kentucky Racin Commission means that there will racing practically all summer at th Latonia track provided the highc- courts take the same view of the matter as the If anfed judge In his de vision Judge Harbison tookoccasion to flaifcto the bookmaking svstein as r I t Jjtffi tjii rt t j J Tf a r irJi 16e WEATNBft J IiiAr aarf sl Attf twr r IIiWINCHESTER FRIDAY A to ternityJbuilding FRIEND rHisheelis is lGETTiH6 BUSINESSLIKE KeutttctyfBomi FIGHT be following- Among is MembersCertain f YEARS NARROW ESCAPE IN RUNAWAY HerseTakes Frliht Mr Ixl Dawson is Thr rmar ii the Wig 1 About ten oclock Friday morni g Harlan Dawson of the firm o Powell and Dawson had a narrow escape from serious injury He was driving a young horse north on Main street about opposite the Elks Club n The horse became fright and began to plunge at Grubbs and Bentons corner at Broadway He struck their delivery horse and Mr Dawson was thrown out striklijig the curb line and one wheel of the JWhenson was suffering considerably arid was very nervous but did not think that he was injured seriously 1 IXTY RURAL ROUTE f PATROn CUT OPF e Failure of Fiscal Court f Mont gomery to I3rovidc Iriilft the Cause r H MT STERLING Ky April 2 Failure of the Montgomery County Fiscal Court to provide a bridge at the crossing of the Rogers Mill pike caused the Postoflice Department at Washington to order part of the rural route No 3 to be discontinued and hereafter about GO patrons who limo been used to getting their daily moil will not have that luxury The route will now go to Judy thence to Bunk I ers Hill thence to Gidenew and return to this city The Fiscal Court erected a bridge over the creek near Rogers Mill but not at the crossing to and as they could not obtain land for t lfathere absoultely worthless to thei citizens of the neighborhood and the count in general There IS COnsid Arable J ckinP dyer Jhe matter v Y Telephone M nager s t Mr Dillon Owen who has been manager of the Old Kentucky T eTe phone Company in this city forsey 01 years has tendered his resi nation to take effect on April 15 My Owen and family will move to Wiii Chester where he will engage iiri the automobile business and will open a garage He was popular at telephone manager and increased the business- of the companyyCity Land is Sold Mrs Retta ORear has sold to Mes srs Allen and Ollie McCormick of this city the Mockie place contain ing a small residence and eleven acres of land on the Spencer pike The price paid was 1818 Messrs Md Cormick will cut the place into buildf ine lots and erect a number of small cottages To mach Baccalaureate Smuifl Dr John L Weber pastor of the Methodist church of this city kiss been invited and has accepted an in vitation to preach the baccalaureate sermon at the Kentucky Classical Business College at Middletown on the evening of May 16 Will Erect New Building Green H Strother has purchased Qf E L Gilliam a building lot front ing 35 feet on Bank street for which he paid 3500 He will at once tic gin the erection bfa nice twostory building with storeroom on first floor and modern flat upstairs against the parimutuels but thisvwill hardly influence the Latonia mariagc ment in the matter of theft betting arrangements and the chances are andcparimutuels As the racing game being blackeyed in almost every otli er section of the country Lutoniu can enjoy much prosperity proviHetl withJThe recent tinkering with foot ball rules will not hurt any one much The reduction of from 4 to 3 points for a field goal Seems to be a sane imporyement as it d esnjt seem reas onable that there shpuld be much re playsfas there car agiseareary of having opposing- players penaliied for alleged offside plays that are due fo this delayed passing h t I tJ 11 I f f AFt r prWf t t t l tct4 t r tt ttI H 1f t rat t lye 4tifj r fe f J r kJt 1 ttk t i j t iL 1 YITwo 1WINCHESTER NEws K 1 Rr JeST RECEIVED1 r i Ije tttiftft Line of Ladies Wash Suits in Taii t 4a jinii itBles BiJkan NOve t stripes rang r ing in prices from 350 to f llOQQ per siiigr nfr I w r- tsJJQi t fI new afict Beatitifal iinl of EMies Dress I Sfefs in Voiles Panamas and v Ko ellsr v r BiiGea range from i 250 to 1500 5 r i 4f y lf adies Cordially incited to call andinspect JJ same i rI f ra 7 ll r f t I JESSE tf OWENS 01 MAIN 1 I 11r1 r GrownUp Children pit Is not only the frivolous whom the sjMrit of efciWtehness is just now leading astray Silliness is the fash ion even among the wise Women especially affect a kind of childish 8K ewdB9ss in talking of serious sub iictei Liket children who have the afcito imactag they lose the jWMu 4tTfllty and because they nev ertalk exactly as they think they be tim io think exactly as they talk Loa daa Spectator ri irJaACeO TARIFF SCHEDULE 11 JfCJSrqm A Sof E Tobacco News The most important features of tJi Payne bill relating to tobacco are tke facts that few changes have been Tnacfe that free trade with te Philippines up to 300000 pounds vrnpjpprper annum features as set oiitDslow ln section F which refers tote theleqof practically no change at all has- made It reads as follows f Tobacand Manufactures x 217 Wrapper tobacco and filler toccoJVhen mixed or packed with tort ttian ifteen per centum of Wrapper fqbacco and all leaf tobac co the product of two or more coun tries or dependencies when mired or Ticked together if unstemmed one perMunljif ty c its per pound filler tuba eco riot specially provided for in this Art if tin temn edJ thirtyrfive cents tjlgcr pqundj j if stemmed fifty cents per Mnn d v 2i8 The term wrapper tobacco ail se ip this Act means that qua ityj pf1ai tobacco which is for cigar wrappers and the to filler to cco means all other lea tobacco Collectors of customs shall not permifc entry to be made except tinder regulations to be prescribed Uy the Secretary o the Treasury oilany lpaf Job CQO unless the invoices of the same shall specify in tobaccoipjjjami quality In the examina v itpportealcafbf x or package in every ten and a least one in every invoice shall be e personhou2ed aJ tionhndat least ten hand- allflh be exjamiaed in each examined Je ox or package t i4n AU QJthert tobacco r manufaCt ujqdj unmanufactured not jirqyi ed for ui spqtions one or tw qtc4 and scrap tobacco fifty cents j err ppund 220 Snuff ani f snuS flour manu f turOcJ tdbacco ground dry o clamp andj jpickled scented or other we ofall descriptions fiftyfivq C ptsPGiGppund 221 Qi s cigarettes cherop s of all IfivfLsi fgr dollars and fif tY genj pfr jpuftd itfd twentyfive per copTum ad YI10xemianP paper cigars aril cifjiyetjtes indudhig wrappers alts be JeQj tp the same duties sAJte h rei fppyose upon cigars Objiqfid ste meerschaum jrurQr4unmanMa tiiiedj amber and xio p r u ntifQcrtred pr crvide l In continued oa the free litThe duty on matches remains the sjfaiera8 does theduty on pipes and smokers articles which reads as fol lW i c l Sf t S I Orr t o BIG DEPARTMENT f STORE I NORTH STREET Have Use for Old Piling There has been secured by a New York state pulp company an option on 600000 cords of sunken pine piling now lying submerged in the Rideau river and lakes back of Kingston Ontario Canada The piling was sunk about 80 years ago when the Rideau river was a center of commercial activ tty The piling will be converted by chemical process into the finest grades of stationeryr THE NEWs nv man S3 a year r Its Comfort Work I that half the time and the cost R lCOINCORPORATED 467 Pipes and smokers articles Common tobacco pipes and pipe bowls made wholly of clay valued at fiftyfcentum advalorem other pipes and pipe bowls of whatever material com posed and all smokers articles what soever not specially provided in sections one or two of this Act in eluding cigarette books cigaretteI book covers pouches or chewing tobacco and cigarette pa per in all forms sixty per centum ad valorem Philippinestes free trade with the Philippine Is lands 4 n all articles but limits the tb 300000 pounds and pounds of filler tobacco and 150000000 ci gars in any one fiscal year the ex toopay exernp tion from duty is confined to the growth or products of the islands rNEAR DEATt IN BIG POND It was u thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense sufferin writes and several times nearicaused iny death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Riii Newb Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Cough aiid Golds Lu ezxAsthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial Gnaranrteed by Phillies Drug Company 1 H The Woman Who Works The woman who works is Inevitably a woman who is broad in her views Her opinions are not riveted to any one spot Her viewpoint is movable Her experience in the business marl gives hersympathy for other womar workers She has learned to accept every friend new and old at an hon est valuation She learns to enjoy the society oj people who have made something out or life Exchange qibscribll For Tlie News a to with ourmillspecialties Every post arch capcr easilyinto planingThat as well as a satisfactory one And quic k n e s s spells economy So if you plan any building repairing or improving come here for mill work will cut in bow P SCOBEE SON grosse for for dutys3000000 she Sore 13M and x350 The price stays dovmy the quality goes up while most things shoes included are go ing down in quality and up inj fricc thats the great difference betweenBeacon Shoes and other shoes today Made to the standard of shoes that sell notlyou ter material workmanship and style Union made Goodyear welt handsewed process uppers in all leathers shapes are IIVevegotyou comfortably and in upto date Sold from maker- towearer by HiIE The ieJan And Bftees hundred otter exclmlre ages throughout the United States and Europe Man Always OmniVorous It used to te held that primitive man was a vegetarian but the an thropologist Ortvay hat made carefu and extended investigations wicb Indicate that primitive man like thf modern savage was omnivorous s I FINDS HAN BE OFSENTIMENT flarrimantalksofTiisWest = Jr Tsera s flp CHANGED LiWS NEEDED Blames Ats Aimedat RqiIroadsfF6r AH of Nations Ills end Says Trans portatlon Interests Await Opportu nity to Develop Resources of West Describes Opening of New Road In Mexico Where Thousands of Acres Ayaltt American EnterpriseI Nelv York April 2Bronzed by his soJodnunder southern skies and brimming over with vitality andj geniality a H Harriman reached this city to all appearances a rejnyigorat ed man after his long combination vacation and business trip over the network of Harriman railroads in the west thusotithwest and in Mexico Im all rigHt now was his terse rejoinder to a question as to the state of his healjthfw I have been made tb say that we were constructing a line down the west coast pf re lco1Ihe said What should have been said was that we already constructed it The line is now completed from Nogales Ariz on the Mexican line to Mazatlan Mexico andn reality a new country has been discovered by this railroad construction In one tract opened up by irrigation 600000 acres of the best of land are made available for culti E II HARRIMAN Is Back In New York After Health seeking Trip Thtough West j vation and opened to a market Auiei ican help needed in the developm ii Yes in a directive way Th is plenty of labor but American initia tive and texeputive ability will count here as elsewhere Mr Harriman said he found in the west and southwest a vastly changed sentiment toward the railroads With such a sentiment predominant there would be encouragement for the rail roads to go ahead with development work he thought The trouble ia however he said that changed sen timent has not been repres1sivebooks and until they are altered there will abe no really practicable basis to work n Contending that the Sherman anti trust law was never intended to be applied to railroads Mr Harriman urged as imperative to the prosperity of the people mid the country the re- pEal or readjustment of existing na tional and state laws aimed atrail roads Hecomplained that in recent years the interests of the shipper were the only ones considered and that those in con rol of the railroads could hardly even meet to discuss their mutual interests without render ing themselves liable to the drastic penalties of the Sherman act Mr Harriman said he Had heard little talk about the tariff in the far west They arc considering the pending changes very little there he said They are devoting their atten tion there to building up the country with they helpof the railroads he added with a smile All the same a speedy settlement of the tariff matter will be decidedly helpful to general business and I hope to see ft brought about Asked aV16 possible wage reductions by the Railroads Mr Harriman said We have not even considered the mattecJn the offices of our roads and shall not so long as we can afford to pay the present rates We want the best and most efficient men to be hat and we a pest to pay them well for their efficient work Murderer Gets Reprieve Columbus 0 April 2 Harry E Crooks condemned Dayton who was to fiavre been murdererI April 3 has tjfetn June iiy Gove ir Harmon that his case may he reviewed by the Montgomery Jaunty circuit court Long Wedded Seeks Divorce Lima 0 April 2Mary Av Mauk iris WgijS8dnSS fox divorce fQ W Mauk to whom she was married In 1860 She alleges her husband leas frequent ly accused her of stealing large sums of money from nim L l T OHIO Of ORATORS PROTEST Want Railroad Comnrrtsin to Fix Soft Coal Carrying Rates Columbus 0 April 2Itis now softcoallake will have to be settled by the Ohio railroad commission and the operators who have failedto obtain re lief from the railroads will now de pend upon the state commission for an adjustment of the differential between this state and West Virginia Nothing satisfactory to the Ohio operators was accomplished by the conference of the operators with the traffic men of the Goal carrying roads in New York city West Virginia operators it is understood decided to accept the rates as proposed by the railroads at Cleveland and the operators of the Pittsburgh field will also accept these rates but the Ohio oper atora refused to abide by them and preparations are being madE to carry the complant before the state railroad commission and ask that body to fix a fair proportional rate from Ohio minen as compared with those from West Virginia points Cuban Village Burns Santiago Cuba April 2rThe little town of La Maya 20 miles north of this city was practically destroyed by fire So far as known no lives were lost The Joss is placed at over 50000 AMERIGANSHEIDIN JAIL r Send ValuabJes Horne to Prevent Confiscation Galveston Tex April 2 The schooner Caroline Vought measuring 48 tons net and having as a cargo an ironbound box said to contain 5600 in Peruvian silver and five trunks contents unknown were offered to Collector Lee to keep safely until their owner E O Griffith formerly of Missouri Is released from a Hon durqn jail- According to the statement of Cap tain Decker Griffith had been en gaged in the general merchandise business at Belfatti Honduras with a Miss Beauchamp and last winter went to New York where he purchased the Caroline Vought the schooner sailing In ballast for Honduras Early in March the store building and living rooms at Belfatti DeauIthe building was not insured Fearing that his money and valuables would be confiscated Griffith hastily had them taken aboard the Vought with instfrictious to proceed to Galveston rrJOB FOR HARRISON Ohio Man to Help Ellis Wipe Out Nations Trusts Columbus 0 April 2It was announced here that Former State Sen ator Orla E Harrison special counsel In the attorney generals office had accepted an appointment to a similar place in the attorney generals office at Washington He will be under As sistant Attorney General Wade H Ellis with whom he served in the latters campaign against violations in Ohio of antitrust statutes Mr Har risons home is at Greenville O He will receive a salary of 4500 Beat Steel Corporation Pittsburgh April 2 Beating the United States Steel corporation which It is said had intended to secure the property a deal was closed by independent steel concerns for 100000 acres o the Pittsburg coking land lying In Greene Fayette and Washington counties Pennsylvania iat a cost price of 50000OoO Lynching Io Feared Pomeroy 0 April 2 Everett White shot and instantly killed John Fisher liB fatherinlaw and James Rayburn at Mason opposite Pom eroy Fisher had gone to Whites house to secure some of his wifes property and was accompanied by Rayburn Whiter Is under arrest and a lynching is feared Postpones Mothers Funeral Gibsonburg 0 April 2 Fearing her mother is in a trance Mrs Zada Burrows has delayed the burial of the body of Mrs Joel Unger Mrs Unger his supposed to have died last Thurs day Mrs Burrows says her mother had often gone into a trance which resembled death Rogers Defeats Mahmout Cleveland 0 April 2 Yussiff Mahmout lost in a handicap wrestling match with Joe Rogers Mahmout agreedo throw Rogers twice in in hour but the Turk was unable to secure a singe fall in the limit Rogers outweighed Mahmout 40 pounds Laborcra Cremated IFive 2A fire broke out in rican steanier Sar was lying alongside her pier The fire was in some cotton and kerosene between decks and tne quartermaster and five West Indian laborers were burned to death Taft Draws First Pay Wsahlngton April 2 President Taft daw his first pay as chief executive atreasuryWhite Kctttt being 5G25Q1 f t l ti oilJ You WE t- Are Interested in WEARING Good AEetnteF SELLING lcm r We are soleages in Winchester for Adler Rochester Clothes THEY HAVE Clothesi MADE BY l ADLERBROSICOI ROCHESTER N Y MAKERS OF GOOD CLOTHES SINCE 69 Ot YOUNG MENS MODELS For Springy and Summer show that and so eagerly soughtfor by the rank and file ofcollegians THE FABRIC CUALITY THE UPTODATE COLORINGS THE JAUNTY CUT THE SNAPPY TRIMMING WE ARE ONLY TOO SAPpy TO SHOW THEM J H KEYES Winchestersr u 1I i AN ANSWR iIi lTOYOURQUESTION rt im on have probably asked yourself many mtimes what will be the most comfortable and stylish shoe worn this season ti 1r Lire Popularly illI rl Of all the different leathers to be worn this J aretI m We hare the Tan Eclipse Ties Tan Ankle f I Straps Tan Pumps and Tan Oxfords f These same shoes are the latest craze in York today Try a pair of our tan pumps that i tl dont slip at the heel l l BUY TANS AND YOUBUY RIGHT r iMcCORD IJiIt 4 1 r r Merchant Tailor ITO individuality exclusiveness the People of Winchester and Surroundings J L IHaving opened a merchant tailor department r111 fall line of foreign and domestic woolens over J H rve es clothing store Would be pleased to have you call and lool t Jmy stock over All work guaranteed fit or no sale 1 r I JOHN ADAMS Merchant Tailort i I 1- t I ri HEAaa ThzeI- f ffLTj T 1 r = It t u tY f 1fii t f f ti t 7a rd 9r Jtfr f 11 ELASTER fI r I Af HANDTlr i Waft YOU NEED YOUR SPRINGI c c In i A r Lit LnYu J r I rI t u ii L SPECIAL HAL3EHDASHEHY 1 J it L s- r t We andaaeEDERHEIMER STEIN CO Clothes We handle these clothes because they are the best clothes niadewfcestforyoutobuy l best for to sell i U t t its t Vv4v Jf J ts t itThey have style thats distinctive different l theyre made always ofall wooJ fabrics theyre perfectly tailored they fit theyll satisfy and we are ready tfthey don loltheyfac1e or get out of shape to make good A ft t r s1J JJThONGWO TH t II I 4 4 i erneimer steintk Co rfAKERSidAr u iA It Underwear J c We carry the largest line in the city and sell them cheapef than any of our competitofsV fC Mens Springy Suits i Our goesotfierhouses Nobby 2250 Suitsothers ask 2750 Twobutton Sack Suits for 1250 arid 15 00 worth easily x1850 and 2250 j ittt l h p Spring Shirts Just received50 dozen Fancy Dress Shirts worth 75 cents will behold at 50cents Each has attached cuffs te solid or fancy stripes t h 4I Iis1V ft L Li We are sole agents for YOUNG ROS300i hats in stiff or softrWe are also sole agent for the JTox hatsalls- hades soft or stiff worth 250 our price 200 John B Stetson Hats all shapes and styles 350 to 500 Dont fo get we have the nobbiest line l of boys hats to be found in the 4 I r Caps r io t Large line of Fancy Caps for old and young all shapes and styles Suspenders and Gloves i 4 Just anylineGloves in any shade from 50c to 5200a 3airT j Suit Cases and fags = J The very latest lines for the spritigtravelerOu 1 suit cases range frorp125 to X1250 J J h z L Pants See our 150 200 and 250 Dutchess Pants If a button comes off SlOe if they rip 1 0 cash or another pair- Handmade cuff bot tom and pegleg the nob biest going 350 400 500 and 600 Knee Pants We have received our spring knee pants in bloomers sizes from 4 to 17 Price 75c to 150 Call and see them L 1Easy11 Socks 1 Fancy socks shades silk mesh per pair b ly2c lOa dozen tan and black socks sold for 10G our price 8c 100 dozen boys and girls double heel Sand toe hose Ov size 612 to 10 other houses ask 25c weseli H them for 12 l2 cents L 11 Shoes CROSSETT SHOES t f Try a pair If you once wear them yoti will wear nd others 35Q 400 and 500 f j c Trunks 0 Large from250to15001 rrClothing 1 I vr C B L Q O 1VI FIE LOJ I w t f a r i i xt7 l ew1J3R v ij Ir Ii r4Jn l I SS I b J I Jot I fiiI tvrij k 4tr j T H THE WfUCBESTEB MEWS r q l t 1 x nr Hn OL TiE11II ftINrtilll tip lEt14 wit isir tyjw WlAcnesterHtWs Ce h Jucozporated ice Souffi Strett t Winchester Kentucky Vr bally Extent Stmt aYe r Entered as secondclass matter Q ember 28 1908 at the post office i Winchester Kentucky under the CBS t tt ilarch 3 1879 P r dtfllrS Carrier Delivery tibWbWv abal omcor th Milt toi 4 Jfc 1t ltaH ith 11 rfI 1Jca uUll 5l n1 nth 25 v bee in advance- ADVERTISINGl RATES v DisplaY Per Inch u time any edition 25 nee times athin one week 50 Mtas week continuously i 100 fie ccalendar month v 300 tdur w effour tiDEtsa Vfiek 240 iota Wceksthree times a week 180 Pour Weeks two times a week 120 our weeks one time a week 7 Tints discounts3 months 10 pent i6 mpntas r25 ercen1 f on r war 33 13 per cent f Beading Hotices Per Line 5 1f nn body typ1are oadin1 news ln YSr- tl v f iht r t rBoth phones no r RIDAY PI i190- r f IITHE EVER = FAITHFUL ISLE At 00 ooloekon the morning o ArllJ 1 the laSt American withdrew ironi the island of Cuba the colorswere hauled down and tlt yoiihg Republic for the second tim in a clreQuered existence was left to own destiny in its own W dhattra trIjoit t qn xe to the que3 bifiienAdop of Cuba more than it- u1iim s e Uio big brOther who irstitcitck off the bonds which protectediroadlof self help Cuba libre plain 11fYbecomefor ell if may serve as an encour agement coif no less likely it may achieve Uia notorietyof the awful example In the past its unprotected posit n would have stimulated flir tatibijs with European beaux butj here jhgaul tile big brother who is also teomethuig fh duenna acts as a derenent It is alone and it is no alone Though it may not cling to the oak yet hasTit something of theivy if only it possess its vitality and per ennial youthfulness much may be hoped for The beginnings are somotlnng mot thah cheerful they may be fairly described as felicitous an 1itwill b the Stater3 that an stability may com e to its ward jf I Fri and f Piillcolas seriousTjr jfo1h 1h cb 1Qgl anti mevelop into piietuno t Aohi tfnvIingdrug Sold by nIl thugs EASTER SUITSrv D it forget W cnJJ at Bloomfield if yot need a suit for Baster 42lk GOING WJIERE- f To tie court house Tuesday April 6that 8 oplock to boar itho lectere recittPl by Pruh H K Taylor Irof Dilgy and fie K W C quartette Uitt1 inanagcctiieptof the UomeMiS sionary Stfciety of the Methodist oburqh Admission 25 cents cbil vents 424tdrenf5 6 Fritts Oneonta tt trLitxaieand r think it is the best reme fistitch lia611f is1besta s spring rucdicine as cleanses the system and clears I itI complexion Sold byall dnicrjrists Come early and buy before the rush at Bloomfields s Get the first chance f J TRY K EWSiWANilt cr t ADVERTISEMENT 4f c t 4 f t I f TIT Ti wAUUIlIUft 6 I w Itf f7J tt Mrs W M bbb son Wil 40lit home Fri day from Florida where they have been spending the winter Mr James W Tanner has been quite ill afc Ms home on the Iron works pike f Mrs Fled Broaflburst his bee quite ill for the past week Mrs Eastland of Louisville is t of Dins Join Gl llaqti Eri1kfltexlDg on LouisUon Mr W A Price of Covington the uest oh his mothe irs rd J flAT TJi f E rlCa 1 r Harry T Mr DwightPe pl ntaveeturnei from a business trip to New York Hon Sam W Bailey formerly of this city wvTiprf5r the past twen ty years has qccupied the place of Assistaut Atotniey General of the Treasury has been traveling abroad forM hfeaUi for the past year and is now spending weral months in Constantinople Turkey Mrs OJ llirmtl r has returned inPariaIiM1S J C Blackburn returned Irvisit with her mother Mrs Roper Tivttt Mr G Ji t tcarthas returned t Cincinnatied kMiBS Sara Miller of Knoxville Tenn are itu guests of Mr and ji fJ D Poynter t Ju ge L4vis Apperton of Mt t ThursdayonVi Mr Lewis Hampton was in Rich mond this week on businessJI Mr Cateshy Woodford of Paris Thursdayrreturned Wednesday night from a delightful LouisvilleeMrs Hub Stevn8wns in Lexiug ton Friday Mrs Anna P Turley Miss Alice Nunnelley t aud iessrki iiTpbitunvi forigiven by Miss Mathe Feathers i CONDENSED STATEBIE OFei THE WINCHESTER BANK Of Wii1c s i r At the Close of Bjislhess March 3JI 199 d Liabilities Capital Stock 10000000 Undivided pro 6 fits 1287612 Srplus fund 2135760- t Taxcg paid to Re Id i 178705416798941 1 Deposits 63665199 IToh1 f 90464140 Re oorces Q10r3t5 banks 2Gifo kfI 969GOC3 I cidtlft5isTa 7h uv 663 1 SI ri wooqO Other toe lip I3b3 qt urnitttr 1i1t i S7 Susiser i tI r 1ji7 t IJ tO I Jt ii9046Jn 0 ZC H j ph 4 cafeii r of tht iilio vnjiiTT rbnnK do shmltl swear fhet theta a stjUment is trite to tliq best of my knowledge and beliejE W R PHI R Chu i SubsClibedal Vftiin to before i by W R Sphar this the 31st day of March 1909 My Commission expires February 9th 1910 tElJ7AB Ncrr Notary Public Correctr tte44 t iNj H H R P ON JAS wlIUNT SQNclifectors Claimsflecord Trip Clara Al G an employ of 1 o lq i buln gsltrn claims to have ma e a rdcor t oln London to- hew York and retifrnT She wa Englistc e1leyymadte sacted some important business in New York remaining in the city only 25 minutesNecessary Optimism The chronic optimist who says he loves the cold weather says theIPhilosopher or FoIISNtfufiuaily th man wnqhtis tnicptitittgihto Houth for the Mj ter u SubsnnD3 For The ltws s 1 Its Your Business to hovetilebest modern yourns Its Our Business r d 1klfloa1PlurnJingfa d = we Its Your Business t u t r to employ whoM jeapleae 9to do your Plumbing t Its QI x B 5i es to ask for 1u oa r and- trade and rwe do t O Phone 162 GRANT WITF SCO30 North Main i GILBERlBOTT1 i Fresh 6 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country ProduceA PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK i W S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed G Repaired We do French Cleaning and Guarantee Satisfaction Ladies Party Dresses a Specialty Give Us a Trial and we do the rest All called for and delivered 24 W Court St Home Phone 6+ 5 Winchester Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEVENSON i Attorney At Law GOSr mst Wine ester fey r PENDLETON BBUStl BUSH = Attorneys At Law 60S Main Sts Winchester Ky t =CALL ON NELSON JheTransferMar 1y dayor night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHomePhone94 r ti Night Phone 331 r A Thousand Heads For Two Ttiotisand Hats Wanted YonojinJiHve your choice if you come early pnoHRh to pick out the best iunpkilatat 50c on the Dollar Just tihw received from leading mari- nfndturertlaifthe SAMPLE SHOE STORF 24 N Main St CINCINNATI TAILORING CO MN S Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENCH DRY CLEANING i DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BtDG WINCHESTER KY PHONE 528 YOUR PICTURE IS YOUR REPRESENTATIVEBARRETTS liciirs clp e study and will interest you It shows that HE HAS STUDIED HIS BUSINESS and has under his control the forces that enter into the making of a Valuable and Pleasing Picture HE REPRESENTS YOU AT YOUR BESTin it is no chance lilt work with him a- t22NORTHMXI STREET LangQLgLnlpajQr lcyq dai1r3 21181 rIl1lt H During the s ngt C of vOltl be benefitted bjjNtaKingfj ley sisianey Remedy It fu nisiies a needed tonfr to the of kidnQYi3fterthccxtrastrainl causrto el the impurities from it Foleys Kidney Remedy im parfvnewv1ifl1aVig Pleasant tor take Sold by all druggists t tic 1tst- if It i l mf TARIFF DEBATE DRAGS WEARILY Democrats Characterize Re dnctiofls as Shams DEFENDED BY GAINES Itf r f r iIlit t 3 n tMcCall Wants Definite Provision Re sding alingSWIth PhilipRfst 1IIcanCourse to Be Pursued In Limiting Debater Mingtnity Member jof antate Committee Register Protest W aS1ilngtonfAprri 2 =Dragging itj self tediously along general debate on the tariff was continued in the house of representatives The Payne bill came In for its usual condemnation from the Democrats the reductions being chaff terized as pretexts and shams and the bin as a wnole as a huge Mephistophelean joke Messrs Gaines W Va and McCall Mass both members of the ways and meanscommittee defended their measure although the Massachusetts member vAe somethiiigf specific iAI it regarding Hie course to be pursued toward the Philippines The anticipatedaction regarding the a closing the debate was not taken in view of the complex situation in which the Republican leaders found themselves Mr Thomas of Kentucky a new Democratic member made his maiden speech iIJy quoting figures from Duns Review Mr Thomas endeav ored to show that the price of labor has decreased 30 per icent instead of increased 9 peel cent as claimed by the bureau Of labor He based his contention on the claim that liie cost of living has increased 49 per cent Stating that he desired to supple ment the remarks made by Mr Gaines of West Virginia Mr Hughes of the e u qntate discussed the reci procity provision for bituminous coal That the coal schedule of the Payne bill is based upon misinformation was claimed by Mr HugTies who gave many figures regarding the cost of production of coal In the United States and Canada JiTJie Republican n embers of the wafpand means committee in the preparation OiSthife bi aimed a delib erate and premeditated blow at the American woman declared Mr Bur n ttof Alabama Mt 6ufriett dis cussed false teeth apd other apparel fo he said tuese c gentlemen IudwonlJ blushingly put in the UI be recreant tp duty to American womanhood wenlf I hot4o4teld tke+ njandsome of ffie 4ti e a cient members of the committee e said he was- shgcked at the unprovoked treatment accorded women all through the bill by rtho princely y mug1 geptlemant fr5nr OhioMr Lon worth e l and chivalrous gentleman fronfj west Virginian M f the fier r and impetuous outh from Michigan Mr Fordnoy nd the commit tee baby from Washington Mr Cushman i WILL PRESET RULE Republicans Get Together on Details of Tariff Measure Washington April 2That a rule which will permit aniendmeritsto cer tain schedules of thp Payne bill will be brought in on is now prac tically certain TheJways and means committee to take off the duty on tea an strike out the CUUULCl Wll coffee at 1kdealb llioiie provisions of the bilj has vanished As it has been agreed to permit a vote on hides and lumber there are only a few provision1 remaining about which there is any considerable contention The reciprocity provision for bituminous coal and the Pia c iron ore on the are ingOfI stood to have frerlist house leaders propositions upon which the rule will permit vote aI When the rule for controlling amendments to the tariff bill gh ih a heatedjdiscussion is IsI tain to take Place There are indica tions thatthoser members of the ml- nority who voted for the Fitzgerald amendment to the rules may vote with the Republicans on the tariff bill rule j x WorktThe work that a man likes to do le too often done by somebodXOlsa i v h Wear Maxwell u I Clothes and be Well Dressed Jr J rr r t it trFor Easterf OF Texts from tr tr Talkin bout Brother Williams my house I makes him welcome in db way Isez ter im I does Here you isfc an dar you is take all de house ter yosef An den I takes ter woodsAtlanta rf The Language English IB ine Only form of human speech of which it can be said that it Is not sufficient to know it in order to be able td use it The Frenchman in England will find it better to speak In French The Englishman prefers body elseParis Opinion IBeauty at the Breakfast TableV t t her best a woman should rise slowly dress by degrees make her toilet ts if time were at a stand still and stroll down to the first meal of the day the slightest trace of having hurried or of being in a hurry either for refreshment or news Yomen who follow this plan are al ways who are most ad red but froin the hostess point of view it t i 3yE REPAIRED L hE l YOJl lr So send us your CARRIAGE pow in order that we can have it ready j and right foryou in time i T STROTHERSCOT jr t d dtoY y t be wearing CLOTHES but every man wearing Maxwell Clothes will be well dressed Why not be one of them we are very anxious for you to see the many new models and shades we are showing for Spring j If you have never worn our Clothes then you are the man we are very anxious to show the many satisfied customers I that came to us every season is evidence that pjir gOods arefv7 right r TO P New and in Hats For Rupard Stewart Co THE HOME GOOD CLOTHING WilllatnsI Constitution listenI without pcoJDJ1endedLarliesFktorl1 JQHAVEYOUIRCAR fsr ITiIIthe Ji 0ri lqressedMAXWELL 1650 35OQ Shades Shapes Stetson Easter HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD FREE I WITH THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER Ii HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is completebook space published It contains 75 colored maps with data up to the minute Historical sketches of our Presidents from George Washington to William H Taft Articles and illustrations on the Panama Canal etc etc You Need ItSi Do Your Sens and Daughters Friends Teal ThemAbout It 4 r Send one Subscrip tion to THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER at our regular price of SI 00 per year and we will send you HAMMONDS HAN- DYATLAS OF THE WORLD FREE postage prepaid THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER is the most practical and helpful illustrated agricultural paper- published Every up todate farmer should read it Itcontains the MOST RE LIABLE MARKET REPORTS Special pages are dented to each branch of farm industry Our VETERINARY DE t parbnentis unexcelled It is edited by Dr 0 DISmead the best known veterinary surgeon in r America Cist iSilsc tier Is ticCI Do Not r IsLimited i dT8l7riUf f 1 154 Nassau Street New York City If IN r lNINCHESTER NEVV J J P t 3 i 4y i 1 i 1 e H it I r t P t 1 f 1S J ryi JIT i x l iTTf5 THE WINCHESTER NEWS t i I 11W LJ I H p 6 lfAr j 4 SPECIAL sA E l J 1 I F 4 1pRiI NG FUNIThRE- 1 F lWoNDAVi APRIU 6 5L 4 rt tt J t VVe iiWili Begirt a Ten Day Big Reduct1on Sale Ituhiture p t i 711 tb Carpets and Rugs4j jLj 0 If J House Gleam Time is Here The Btisy Housewife will need Sojnething New I in House Furnishings i t SSIf i g You will find in Our Stock Everything that is kept in a first class and uptodate Furniture Store i 1 r AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES We can furnish your house from parlor o kitchen at I this Great Sale Better and Cheaper than was ever offered you in WinchesterItf Lfir ft before We especially invite young housekeepers to come and see our bargains v Mli 4 t s t P ito i j fe tU 1 SAtE BEGIPltfNDAY MORNING APRIL 5x Lace Curtain offering that day For One Dy Otily WQ Pairs of IaWrCais rat f ONE HALF P V ICE b t Hf fh iTA t Ic r i 1 ji ti5 i From a value standpoint this Sale will surpass any previous Sale we ever conducted The Curtains are all new stock purchase r for theiSpnrig Trke from one of the largest mills in Philadelphia and bought in large quantities at grices so low that no other tv merchant in Central Kentucky can duplicate I 11 iPlIf7 JoCJvr rI7P 300 swellest Axminister 9 x 12 Rug artistic coloring best i qualityfamous makes 2298 250 Axminister Rug 9 x 12 latest patterns for 1998 Lace Curtains 100 Pair Nottingham Lace Curtains Z patternsRegular Sale Price 125 100 Pair Nottingham Lace Curtains 334 yards long white and cream Regular Price 250 Sale Price 125 Lyards Nottingham Curtains 37 long extra fine patterns Bigvdleat 3 sale price 225 200 pair Lace Curtains extra fine weave Regular Price 600 Sale Price 300 BED ROOM SUITS 100 Bed Room Suit for 6998 70 Bed Room Suit for 5598II 44 Bed Room Suit for 3498 40 Bed Room Suit for 2998 435 Bed Room Suit for 2798 30 Bed Room Suit for 2298 J20 Bed Room Suit for 1798 hftVJj1l IJjtJli n w f 2000 Velvet Rug 9 x 12 well known wakes of Beatty and Megee same rug sells else where for 20 our price 1598 1800 Tapestry Rugs 9 x 12 9 wire for 1398 Buffet Sideboards 65 Buffet Sideboard for 5298 50 Buffet Sideboard for 3998 30 Sideboard for 1998 20 Sideboard for 1298 Folding Beds 45 Folding Beds for 3298 35 Folding Bed for 2998 30 Folding Bed for 2298 20 Folding Bed for 1598 15 Folidng Bed for 1198 Odd Dressers 25 Odd Dresser oak 4x30 glass for i 1798 20 Odd Dresser oak 24x30 glass for I 1598 18 Odd Dresser oak 24x30 glass for 1498 Vis Odd Dresser oak far 1298 12 Odd Dresser for 998 IS L 15 30 Tapestry Rug 9 xI2 oJ for 1158 1250 9 XII feetTapestry Rug for 998 36 x 72 Velvet Rug for248 Dining Tables 35 8ft 48in round Table pedestal large flakes claw feet for 2998 25 topfoot 1798 20 6ft Cluster Legs 45in round topfor 1498 18 45inToppolished 6in leg forl 1398 66ft 42in Top five legs for 398 Mission Tables 498IStandTables s 800 Stand Table Quartered and Polished 598r800 Mahogany Round Tables imitation inlaid for 598 300 24 inch top Tables Oak for 198 200 24 inch top Tables for 148 100 6 inch top Tables for 85c Davenports 6500 Davenport just like cut Genuine leather Quartered and Polished with large Wardrobe for 479 3500 Chase Davenport Large Wardrobe for Bed Clothes for 2598 i f Rockers 1500 leather Rocker Quartered and Polished best of leather Price A 1098 HighlyPolished 1000 upholsteredalfover inB9sioiii Xetherr Largean r Hoomy For a large Gentleman forlv 698 709 Rolled Seat well braced Rocker large and roomy Qiiarteredand Polished 498 6ob Roll Seat Rocker for 3 8 800 Wood Seat Rocker Sale Price 598 600 Cobler Seat Rocker forvv jM98i 3ooCobler Seat Rocker vrY v T 248 3ooWood Seat Rocker for 248 Iron Beds 25 White Bed large chills weight 240Pounds2in vase i 4m post for 1598 20 Iron Bed for 1398 15 Iron BedJfqr y 998 10 Iron Bed for 798 750 r Iron BeSdfor498 5 Iron Bed for 298 n Carpets I f v 65 Carpetsfor 65 Carpetfor4955 45 cenfper for r RiCarpet 40C v fory rv 35C T 35 cents per yard Carpet forvgAr f l 30 Carpetfprt K OrganI r 8500 highrgr4fde Orgap Qakcas0 by Gep T Bent fCo to closeoutr Vv 5600 Vti Mattresses I 1250 t5lb Felt Mattress Art Tick for 58f 700 Wood Wool Mattressfor 498 500 Combination Mattress good tick 398 t 400 Cotton Top Mattress for 298 300 Cotton Top Mattress for 118 Chiffoniers 30 Chiftdnier triple swell 26x24 heavy plate glass polished22W 20 Chiffonier triple swell front lass 20x2 bevel pjitCfqtfftrtefei and poi sHe r t V 1191 t 1 8 Chiffonier triple swill froliC large8lass 1418 10 Chiffonier straight front tI jlts 49 i1 r 198 Gocartsi iooo Collapsible Gocart forv 7ili to o Reed Folding Goicart with Parasol 7IS- i 800 Reed Bolding G6cart with Parasol J i IW 250 Gocart Folder for lJSf f i Piano 35000 highgrade Piano Mahog aiiy case made by the Star 2tIIM I f If 1 5 Mattingsi tf r t I iocents per yard Chinese Mattinr l for 3ica fI35 cents per yard Chinese Matting j for I 31c I I 30 cents per yard Chinese Mattiag f for v2ie 25 cents Peryarh Chinese Mattiny for 2C tl 1 I PricesBI 5 fA Cyrr 1 L iiJI i J T LUMAN t r7 it J it i J 20f4orth Main StreeetJI Winchester KentuckyI i iff ti t I rt ro l 7 7ftJ i M L J i ji iI I nl t5 I r J 1 yf j t 1 F Ijt I j r n iCn t t rfI AI I I V1 r 0P J rage ow i IIiEWINCHESTER NEWS t t I I br Nt d t il jl 1 r t 1 0 7 i ti L lit ft 4 t 0iIA t4 if t 1 a I Rl 0 S S1 4ef I t r fj r will put on sale this week a big line of Dry G pdslin Silks Wash Goods 4 Dress Fc Goodsf rt Kid jirldves arid evrstyles mr 1 Silk DeFarfinent Ask tdsee the new Salome Silk the OF IC ShahBeautifulSill dotted and plain in all shades m Chelsea Silks in bordered styles white ArnoldSpangleout are here Com and see them Dress Goodsz FinishDressdress All shades jn fancy stripes and solid colors White ground Suitings in 1 stripesBeautifulBeautiful line Mohairs solid and fancy are all the rage I New Neckwear IrishCrochet Gloves J In Silk Chamois and kid Gloves all shades and all prices Perrin is the best agentsfor JITbJ ladies of tba Baptist church Afypill ljave an Exchange Saturday rfnt Bushs store JjTh Girls Missionary Society of the Methodist church South will havecandyndfanorn sale on Sat arclayr infthe IHndgey building 7t CathkdllI building formerly occupied i Pure ib n t1 by The Paint and Wall paper in the Opera amsortIment of fancy candies rakes and other articles on Wednesday and Thursday April and will be served each day Everybody invited MissRosalind Stevenson will have the Cooking Club meet with Saturdayafternoon Y Bridge Miss Susan Bucknei entertains DONT FAIL TO US i r t if Of Jc1ging tlictrcmeadous sales we havejfcivi i i the past two weeks on Seed Potatoes and fGarden Seedy wS ndw Weljafev cheaper than t t anyone Compare ati duality see ifor yourself that we can save you money As we Jiaye warned you before don tv be mis r led by cheaper and inferior grades 1 thPh nesNq 40iit J ff Britfe us rofir Ej g Wc Utp a the hi hest n wiRounsavall i SOLE AGENTS F riidell Foods Huylers Candies t tt it ta 5w9t f SSr t c I t 4l Winchester Company desirable work 7 8 Lunch h a from had prices and s j i Chase GSanborns Coffees IIPrices ardand Sausage j r a 11 I J I ffla i AII Tdmls 1 and Tablex srSu li t t 4U r p Linens A s t V yir Special sale in Towels Ndgkiiis aril Table Linens this week i vT 3 rc Ls S t- V Hosiery r i KNO TAIR guaranteed r forrsix shades2X00is 50cCADETespecially guaranteed for children elAstic never binds leg knee very strong and durable rip proof and rubproofno toe25chadinTaylorinest Wash Goods 2500 yards Gingeam A R G and Toil duNoid pei fard2 12c 1000 yards Cheviots and Ginghams go on sale at10c1500 yards Novelty and fancy Wash materials the newest ouf25c CLIFTONi ROSSmmmmm mlfJ ll mw fiIWf 1 lSdCEETY SEE t care has in the our of for this v have is new and in and we for particular to 1 C h BOWENt hfew friends evening in compliment to Mies theIClarktBridge was played until a late hour when a delicious luncheon was served at the small attractive in their apPoint- ments i j Johnson Goodpaster An engagement much interest here is that of ljfs Ann Jbbnsou of Mt o Mr Sherman Goodpaster of Ovwnggville The wedding to take place the first week in Miss Johnson has frequently visited here and by her unusual attractions has won many friends =Euchre of the most beautiful of uts given here for soave time was the Euchre party by Mrs OQHaddentoii Thursday after onIThe guests were greeted in tEe hall by Eunice gowned in a pink crepe de chene especially typeiJin a blue messaljrfd passemen terie and blue silk in a graceful and hospitable manner The ina and very exquisite From the doorway kid liver ttidvwindow hangings were roea of gold With the black and red hearts diamond spades and clubs ove r if kra i Olta I t 500 yards Galatla Cloth allshades anct theboysmOO yards PealIighfand darkj 12c Seersuckers and Linens lOc toi2rl2c Every shade of Linen both in solid color and stripes 25c to 50c per yards L White Goodsf Laces atfd Embroidesies rJ i 1 32inch Linons both sheer and heavy 29c35c104 Linn Sheeting Value 1 0also 125 and 150 values Vaistings SOc Everything you can ask for in these links Muslin Underwear- A beautiful line of freshnew goods in muslin underwear on sale at bargain prices WE GIVE S H STAMPS Smmtmmluma im mmlllmnllm iemm marketrprie r r Napkins Bracelets Necklaces and Shirtwaist Rings j The greatest been taken selection of line Bracelets Necklaces and Shirtwaist Rings season a- We much that exclusive these lines hope your attention them tables especially Sterling is June r iOne tm MIss Earp with embroidery decorationsori suspended r Jeweler Lind OPtiCi811jj he lights The curtains aver drawnj and the Vatican candle sticks Wand the brass candles shed a mel jlow light over pllln the drawin room were vase i ofpink and white carnations while in the dtinin room which is all white were vases of roses which gave a most pleasingcolor and fragrance Euchre was indulged in until late hoer Miss Mary Bryd Fox i white chiffon with valenuiennes lace trimmings and Miss Lucy art in a me saline the color of the heart of the American Beaut rose and passementerie to match marked the progressions The luncheoii was most deligh- ful The sandwiched wpre in shape of hearts clubs diamonds and spades the httleEasterchickeJ was in the ia small nutshell tied with ribbo- was an April fool sweet viole wired to a toothpick and stuck the toasted marshmallows were especially dainty and beautiful Those present for the afternoon were Mesdames Win Rule War r Bush feufus Hisle John M Jen fins Ray Patterson George Green W H Strossman SnsSn G Anders n George Clkrk Harry Strother Sam Jeffries 3 W Ishmael Charles Parrisb Harvey Franklin John ClellandrEoif tfatlifi E Ei Kidwell Bruce Duty J T Becknei Lucien Beckner Hare Eobinson 1 Donaldson Phil Hodkgin Misses Edna Gaitskill Evelyn Price Jon Maryttonerfissti LucqSfeivart Mary Bryd Fox Eunice Earp and Nanc y Stevenson t c Jo z1j i J jt the evening Mrs Hadden and e ster Miss Nancy Stevenson entertained at Fortytwo Mrs Hadden gowned in blue messaline Miss Stevens in green clothem pire style and Miss Eunice Earp in lavendar received the guests in the hall w bilo Misses Lucy Stewart in brown and Fox entertailJ1menvenson Louise Eohlhassi and Elizabeth Beckner all in white t cariyjng carnattions Passes the tallies and marked the progressions evegames a most delicious and refresh ing luncheon was served 1Those present were Mesdames John McClure Philip Hodgkin Leo 7EWihn Henry Ramsey J H Macj Neill Joe R Martin W S MaEsie N E Foster Floyd Day T J DlnWill BushwDi WaileryGeorge kohlhass Misses Elizabeth OrthSilamsrence ulia Frebdh Booking Sassnnere essienStevdnson Louise Kohlhass 1indt beth Beckner Mary Bryd FarpLOjd Heads on Young Sjioulders Cfiir children are growing more In dejpohdoht It IS not they fault of the parents nor of the children we aro not careless and hey are not un grateful The conditions of life are responsible for the modernyouth Jamilien Zeltung Vienna 1 Atrciatfonr Affectation Is that spirit which Doee when you know right well that Its tniJk you aro passing and mighty thin milk at that i t J = mSuitsv Yo ill r S + it ill 1Suitsi fa m elsewnerelDont MWash IIISIlkCloth Coats v 575 to 1250 New line of Skirts all prices 495 to 1650 m TdClose out at Bargain Prices Come aLOncemtSilk Petticoats all Wash waists in tailor ma 3eand IILingerie 100 up IJ1 Ta tStW tttttu ARTIS TURNJLLLL4 Easter is Nearly Here We have prepared liberally even lavishly 9 ofaU that is newest and best in the way of EASTER WEAR THINGS CHARMING NEW SUITS The Very Latest in Dress G rds and Silks COME AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE t ARTIS TURNBULL w Peoples State BankCA 100000s3rThis bank agojustbeenjdepositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll newv lamest every week We want wars You are cordially im ted to open an account with us Peranal attenion to all business i I J M HCDGK1N Cashier PrestdetiISUBSCRIBE FOR The NEWS SJUBJCfUjJE FQRTHE NEWS luaslftIBE FOR H E t f Uv Jt 4fo f4 ra J w VM I j rti trt Yfr d f rr ry t f iK t t = = I I f HE WJ qtithESTER11lEhlt 4I yw vnr +1 w + MKSOIVBBURLEY Hilturi is Trying to Grow Bur I Icy Tobacco From ASof E Tobacco News A The folowing Interesting account oIftbe newly discovered Burley dis Jrici in Missouri appeared recently in St Louis GIabeDemocrat and thatiease yet it gives sushi a good idea of the Burley situation ia Missouri what the OJrust is trying to d- oI there thai we publish it practi y in full omitting the methods which are ttiejsjime as ours of no especial interest to us al news to theuIvEssourians in fact the Missourian has to bo down It is just beginning now this to bacco business in Platte Buchanan Nand Jackson counties near Kansas City Last year the only place where tobacco was raised was in a small portion of Platte county But this year the white pine of new tobacco barns will appear in two more counties and possibly three for Cass county to the south of Kansas City may also try the raising of tobacco Last year near Weston Mo just 30 miles from Kansas City 500000 rounds of white burley tobacco was xaised and shipped to Louisville where the top market price of from 16 to 20 cents a pound was paid for it But this year in Platte county alone the crop will be said the yield will bo more than 20001000 pounds Just what Jackson Cass chanan counties will do hasnt been determined yet for these counties have never raised tobacco before But it is believed they too will raise aibat 2000000 pounds Weston Mo Excited But is is aft Weston Mo that the excitement is the greatest rigoi now 1for it was near Weston that itwas m red that the land isac even better than that of Kentucky for raising tobacco and that the laud would produce a greater yiod cf the WQed to ihe acre than the faonjus blue grass soilx MQbacco State Kentucky ruC rpm a thousand JLo eighteen huiidl tb ends of tobae tJ to the acre30Itc leverage yield of MissourisoilI fat the lowest 2000 jipunds to the acre The land which produce tins yield rims oil both E 2S of the Missouri River from the stern part of tU State to the cast nir and everywIiitfjNisv that ollof yield11lcould be possible from any other crop The jEutufe of Missouri is in tobacco Kentuckians say and the Kentuckians ought to know for they Gome from a State where they Jdjjye v4tccoeverIn Weston now are more than tkree hundred Kentuckians Of tobacco tobacco experts raisersI and workers They have since the tobacco troubles tueky in the last year or two and they say that they do not intend to return for they have found a new bonanza a place which will bear the same relation to the tobacco indus L try that Alaska did to gold Than Kansas City rjeston by the way has gone tobacco crazy So have the towns of ttCity De Kalb Dearborn and gib rtYOncef not so very long ago thcce tows which were made long fortf JjSmsas City was thought of wee nt Ujcted unheard of But now jwTfivityv alias come The onetrack switche That once stood empty are now filled with freight cars loaded with lumber for the building of tobacco barns Along the dirt streets wagons creak under the loads o- fF woflu1 and in the meadows that were silei except for the lowing of cattle comers the sound of hammers as the Unfinished barns mount higher and higher in the air This is the work of z year and a half since the discovery of the to bacco powers of the soil Figure then what the result of 10 years will be At present there are 30 tobacco burps near Weston But next sum i mer there are to be 100 Each tobac co barn represents 10 acres of land under tobacco cultivation for the barns are built to accommodatc7ibout L 20000 pounds of the weed Quo hundred barns will means 1000 acres of tobacco or 2000000 pounds j This year Westons tobacco sold in- Louisvillereadily tpoat an av erage price of 18 cents a pound At that Iatethe tobaccooutput from the country surrounding Westonnet bestpartthird pf this amount will be profit to the growers 1 The American Tobacco Co too r begun to realize the power of Jiissourrs future as a tobacco State SPms established a warehouse at L tQIln111 placed ar bur C L there Before Head clime had a buyer however in W A r an independent tobacco man j and one whom thetnigkt rider troubles of Kentucky caused lo come to Missouri Now he is glad he came When the pools and independent trusts were formed in Kentucky Gray was a warehouse owner in Flemings burg His warehouse was and for the rest of the threatencdI warehouse was guarded by Winchesters The crop was finally sold Then Gray came to Missouri I came on a shortvisit first to in vestigate he said tIle other day in this town and it didnt takenje long to decide I made a flying trip back to Kentucky to get my family Then I came out here bought my ware house and Im here to stay r Its the tobacco country of the future he said enthusiastically Why Ive seen tobacco land ever since I bras old enough to kiujw what tobacco looked like but this is the best that I ever saw for the growing of white burley tobacco Within three years this county alone will be raising 10 000000 pounds of tobacco a year And when that comes there will be other counties that are raising just as much for I believe this land prevails throughout the State Then tllc tobacco market will be divided Of course Louisville will remain the to bacco market of the world but there will be others The principal one I believe will be either at Kansas City or St Louis As St Louis has now one of the large tobacco factories it probably will be there unless independent fac tories locate in Kansas City But it will be at one of the two places Ken tucky in its good years raises about 350000000 pounds of tobacco Within ten years Missouri will be raising nearly as much At Grays Warehouse In Grays warehouse about a mile from Weston men were pressing tobacco into hogsheads and preparing it for shipment Near them was an other man rather short and sharp eyed who critically examined every handful of the cured tobacco as he took it from the huge stacks and threw it into a pile on the floor for the packers 4 Thats rather poor isnt ittz the visitor asked as he looked at a pile of dry crumbling tobacco That wont bring more than 7 cents a pound will it f The sorter J C Browning a loaf dealer of Louisville before the night rider troubles began smiledwhile the three men Avho Mild been turning a large press stopped to listen Itll bring nearer 1 7i dents he said Theres some of the finest tobacco for granulation Iever saw Other tobacco may be prettier but its plug tobacco He walked to a stack of tobacco and pulled forth a dark brown silky leaf Theres your fine grade pIng leaf he said Kentucky never grew finer This kindand he pulledout an theICheaper a tobacco State As an evidence Nof the yields neat Weston last year the 14acre farm of J Stanley Morris and Lee Murphy yielded 29311 pounds of tobacco At Louisville the Trop sold at 18 cents a checkforL B Benner received 4537 for 24Gj50 pounds of tobacq he raisedJbn 41 acres of laiiuV Gorge Abslier received 20 cents a pound for 24000 pounds from a farm of 14 ucreshlic 27 other farms averaged a yield of 2000 pounds to the acreand the price was from 16 to 20 cents a pound While Missouris tobacco raising qualities were only discovered about two years ago there was dime who knew of them many years before that and whose work with tobacco finally brought theyfact to notice lIe is R J h druggist of Weston Coffey Was Knowing Coffey saw the tobagco and alsp saw the opportunities He lot it be known to the ones in Kentucky who were dissatisfied with conditions there that out here in the Vest was a State that could do just as wellas the Bluegrass State could And it was he who persauded the men to come But before him was Canby Hawk ins the tobacco pioneer It usI IInwkipsII t Weston planted a few rows of white burley tobacco in one corner of iris harden Perhaps it was the climatic conditions buts Canby never before saw tobacco grow like that even back i Clilnefromafter it was cured So the next year Canby planted lust a little morer for his own con sumption Again the long elephant undIcame a For about eight years this continued and then Hawkins decided to go at it on a larger scale So he plauteg an9cr9 aud again rt i r i f A f1r Clark County NCOftPORA C structionCOI IP Think of the mud and hill climbing tax Raid each yaty IINo mers poor IOn IIIilstionofMethods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or pri vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and g Sand in car Sets and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteedJ 9 I ELECTRICITY I will home when You can clean healthful lights at a low cost you That new putI Tungsten esnight as as day therefore makes night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let ex plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and the saving intheconsumption of electricit y EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring new and old houses neatly done PHONE 73O R pair wroK a specaiIty+ r Winchester Electric Supply CO- t ftr 11 SV JIIP19itII PTON Prs I S D GOf F VPres ClarK County r atIBank ESTABLISHES i865 OLDEST IN CI Accounts of Merchants Farmers Traders Solicited Collections on All Points CAPITAL SURPLUS 35000000 ia l success rJJho next year lie planted a more few Hawkins wagons were JianUn niysteiiousap dttpseempct1Coffeytie invostSga ted fbniul that Ui hatjlwassaw the for i7 sad advertised the His is already beginning to be notice- and in 10 more that wprk Avill a of JiistoryV For Hawkins and otT ortltfc ers of the Missouri tobaccoinlu bo 1 11 la h cost the Far as as a one Iputting to us in t Kerr 1O N Main rf J B tR IS cps R 0 FITCH hierI BEING THE BANK THE y1 t and Made AND good littc and hua ycSars mid Coffey chance Missou place work years have become mutter fpth much Bloc CUB EASTER IS RIGHT ONTO of us So if you intend any building or improving which you want finished by that timo better get at it You can get all the CEMENT LIME SAND and other bundling materials right here Whether your plans are large or small we stand ready to help you out with promptest delivery and fairest treat ment WE DEERING BINDERS AND MOWERS J R MARTIN COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY THE LURID GLOW OF DOG I was seen in the icdface hands and body of the little sore of H M Adj dins of Henriettac Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors wlm said the pois andano save os his mother seven bottles of Elec himySores and aIr Blood Disorders and sitdpreme iPhiUips Drug Company TRY A XEWS7 WANT ADilERTiS EHT it i 1 1f Time orMore 1 t f Printing a t J me your automobile for or 1 have a nice for Chas JKy- orner of Broadway and REAL f Bargains Transfer CD CralqlHanding nilyre Etc J z fI Ifll1 0 f t tai tfaa- nJj 5 IT is high time that I businessmen of of this vicinity were that we areS with Down to Outfit the City of Wincliester It time they were awaking to this fact they would reach the ear and catch the eye of thtj public they must come to us the ti11ting with which to do it We offer these ads vantagesThe Machinery and Down the I Minute Type the and the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MORE I We vain enough to believe that we have line of samples that will eclipse anything of its I kind in this section of Kentucky and gives us more pleasure than to exhibit outproduction to the users of printers ink We would like to call and Jshowyoutthat we can deliver the goods t 5Le 7 WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED Printers Anything S Main SNew Phone 91 l irJGARAGE Bring repair storage Waiting Room Ladies Hagan Winchester Highland t STROSSMAHRATLIFF ESTATE AND See Us For Cenitwrigli and Ice aaIIaMFII Plants aSpec1altYI sIt 1il the finding out the Only Modern Printers Date in is If for New to Largest Stock ate nothing of withan INSURANCE IVew FirmWe have leased the J W Oliver property on OtfjlIMain street and want to call the attention of the people of Winchester and surrounding country to the fact tha wehave put in a Full Line of r aiI4IaOatsI o We are Agents for the EAGLE FERTILIZER and we weal also be pleased toshpy you the celebrated Webber Wagons anysize + tsfaWe conduct a Feed and Hitch Stable Special attention and ItYeIne and Our Motto isHQne Hundred Cents to the Dollar QnickSn1f and Small Profits r ttPoWeIIalDawsonHome Phone 738 l1 North Main Street rlfBehind every big accomplishment there Is always one bl taanV Hub bat c st e- y j J 0 I East Tenn Phone 27 IWinchester Ky We alone can kev lt the true record J1relli t J1 t EiwS J Ar n r t 1 xa tti i + 094 rmow + j ri P t t tHEICHEITE1LrWS l if4THEI1METO lVSUPPLY YOURSELF WITH y I E NA I M EL w ARE We have a beautiful assort ment of nice large pieces of ONYX ENAMELWARE that we are offering for FRIDAY and SATURDAY at the Special Low Price of 25 cts For choice YYTou had better come early before the assortment is broken as they will not last long at this price GRUBBS AND BENTON t iLisHkI G IS Goon nEAL TUft jNo Truth iii Report That Edward is SufferingFrom Apoplectic 3 v v Stroke f aiSpecialtpf The News BlAfeRITZ Aii12 =There is no truthan the report tliUt King Edward apoplectictroket TRYAo MEWS WANT AQVERTISEMENT t ff SURE CATARRH CURE 17 1 7Brln s tn o Forests ofPine ayd EUj calyptUl to Your Homec f Germs cannot live when Hyomei pronounced Ilighpmc is use You just breathe iu is soOthingI Ifmost owerfulantiseptic air and d relief isimineaiate It isexactly tli- s ml air as you woitid h in the foVits of pine and eucalyptus of Australia where catarrh or consump ton Was never known to existjIf ypuVhaye catarrh and arc con fantly embarrassed because you liiust liWk spit and siiuflle sorely you will give Hyomei the ilttentionit dgseryes when Phillips Drug Co pany will guarantee fiii i pleasauj to cure all this distress and lihniliatioiioz will giVe you yoiir n1ol eyback f1 J Hyjomei kiHs catarrh germs it re lieyes the ot hess and distress ii ofiyc minutes It stopsr hawking and mufimg and makes ypu fggH like newmaif in a wceko ItiLtfefikSurcst ail mos sati f afirhaceaf- meat lG8W1 11i1 mtW it mid td soua s a liiefcoinPc1Wa r cUfdi 1tuthnler e fQO lnc1xtra bt if atjienyard needeftoist but Q tants Afewv mimUes iiijfels cach ay is a11 you aced to quicdyvcuve thc mos t chrbnie case Hyomei ig oldb b leading Itfc istsV i A 7h r I HkfE ROLLER MILLS t it irho Q1Ppst ant bet institution the ourt Y chester Rollery Mills Why not li Be Jome ourt1- f b fit made 1 perfection and egpaLyil yfltf have bacwfche and urinary i tibii should ke Foleys EJd ricfy Remedyto strcngiheri and build ups the kidneys p they VnUi JtfdK roPerlYgas asel7pu Tkidneytrouble- mSy develop 3Qyi by all dJGgisls l tt c t ROOSEVELT IR 4 11 GIBRA1TIR iI 4iPres- ident 1 Arrives Friday Morn i9 and Leiyeslmmcdiatcly I Ftr Naples ik Jp Sl ltLieNews rr 1 h11l t Aptfi2 1l steamer iu With 1tooeve1L boar Cd 9 r 1J1l heIessel t3 IIsa 94W t j t A citIr jfn0 tt tijl A Tt HL fe t tfI 1 q t BLOQMFJELD t Has the largest selection in Winches to piclc from v Call and see them r 42lt Did you see those 1250 suits BIa infield isselling Looks like they furrowsost 42it1 DEATHS AMP FUHERALS t Me Robert Bradley The remains calrM i t lblt or N r leg Jr t Yeiiesdii were bni ied in th Ylcs ercmetcr rJ1day morn llgtt elei ocelook En- actserere fi bnlluctedttt the gr yeI R J H Thomas and rl Ash 4 KltLS W U DdJESfYEtI 14 A Merciless attiiyend this lna DilYfc ills kiU itjy Pre I ven The geQt1y elate stow aclv liveiiaiidbqwelF preventing thaI clogglng that vavites appQndjci1i2 outing Constipation Rilliousnessv Chills Malnria Hjeadnche and Jndi gestion 2cc St Phillips Drug Store A TWELVErPOyjlD GIRL Born Thursday ApriMstr Joint girlweighmtvtelve pdundsv JANITOR IS OUT AGAIN Mack Butts tKo faithful colored f junior pf tllQ llickniun street fi libel l is out blithe street after an lllleSS i qfoverqm6ntU to timrctcligut tjftittit- ihci phjldien ui the scliooh J 6 fi E LS LOT F a u Jojr1 t Itt j itBlliQm1fei sol 1rut5da t tQIlplri In tJt iiaJ r ho4 9 t addition to Wiaclieste X Th 9twi onto the ei = Jt rquite popul r rind- lots U 1ltJ base b6en sold ti rCall uty fc2 IfieU Broadway ffl fresh fruit and atkinds Very lowest prices an prompt PJioiie lliSi Ja P 422tnWANTBbrEVery lady in Clan county w iP has not received a cou pon on the SanitUire bed that is to bc given away Saturday April 10th tp eall at our storeand one they are free i HENRY H HALL rt JIT SAVEDHIdEGt j l iI YeiAl thought J d l 1Jlt t vntesf J 44 Sw8Il t nj 1Pdoctorsnod me ali en Batik ni j S Ive curedli on i tri 1l In i ar 1hemSaltBurns Scalds Cuts and Pile- at Phillipsri oI r t Limit pf Tj c1V1thoutFdttY Whi th 1Ini ttit r flftfiediildeath 1J h KlQi faye 0 y Sy I i Jrrtti S 3t t S i ill kj s CHIEF PLAYS y WAITING GA- M Crazy Sfl5ke In No DarryJq Surrender J i wl fk KEBELIONLNI3KS ND t uska i en eecNew a er Refer twTrotrk blr With Cfe ktf aedmekedr ief Rebellion iU Yr it1 O ptfs 1Iijai digr JokelHoffrnh Hlft S Unpiitrfactory 1ntervtewWith4f- xIle fl tjnd lsues UtCiij Bef ore Offering Reward Pierce Qkla pr112 = What a- Muskogee paper calls the Smoked Beef Rebellion alleging the same tp be considerable of a Joke Is all ijuf over Ina day or two the niilitlait1 Is expected will be withdrawn Mc Intosh county will feed between 80 and 100 prisoners not one of whom resisted arrest and Chlttl Harjb oifi- erwfae known aa Crazy Snakewill exercise all due caution about appear- Ing In public l He was net captured neither did he respond to a widely dlstrlbuted4n- Titation to surrender Theptctr leavingtheQ Colonel Hoffman senb squids through the river bottoms and pre yiously unexplored gulches in this ivi- cinity w Ue Major Barrett spreading extreaaesIlythrough the filckary woods Crazy Snake however was elsewhere Meanwhile Colonel Hoffman held an extended powwow with the fugitive1 i sister The interview took place at Crazy Snakes former house on a I swell of prairie which the Creek lead r sr disdained to cultivate despite the example of a white neighbor whose are already turned and har rowed for tie seasons cotton cr J The Snake place is a oneraohijebal4tT- with fa rickety porch arid cnfon ney Tae ground around It pastrieyer Been plowed and lean dogs yeip mjid Jh weid i The Indtanlea ii jsiiter and tfmiiitlachlef jnet on theSporciU inform ally but the foFnei jucceXded in car ncUgaer quesU nel thatsbp knew nothiagAG ler brothers whereabouts V ry well respondedTlw jseloaeh ItlBvfr torbim IJfthas 24abtrait which ie putJ sl uflder our prd- LSctioa should do I a the step 4auhtedfyr will e Ute gftering r IjB d d or alive lidRd ttf tba4 = t didirktieir tTf ether his plji atu l aFb lts reek objectiv i in 11e bad hlsdsusplciontJ t 1ou13tedly II ta inS fdttd W alopg Wi h tJ1 Af91 ot ia i Jfcta MMltted that toe wily red xtheit eluded a pursuers IIe lQtifIr9W fJtnJ 8ft long he ehpeae s to renialn hidden The territory in which he may roam is to large for the military to cover tho oughly which both pursuer and pur sued well know Of courae the latter may conQJp at the lest moment of military oce- t pancy to give himself up but it is the generalbelifthe old warrior will do nog of thekindIt Is regarded mof likpl That he wnt Cait t public excitement alread r died has subsided cpm etfelyi the tt emerge from his VIWg BOOKMAKfRS B i 4M rktlist NotQ JI Cr iclca C0 hi thresIetrolled1 lie=1i gf 4Ct si lf rid t tire yrcllg rif led apcing rttcja pttd i4tfZ teYAR ways frinrte J t s t Y I Y Jt Ifte jilL ed N oJLf tdecide to pill i etvl a V1 4Jrnik comat 7I ioa 4mphaetz ed iittKtru it rim tMt be td 1lnl eiE jf eE Dl 9oolCinad k irolled irlr er con mmlronothln g r Jtt- question xegtrd fi Lalpnia a 1e raeiaommissio h1Cwaf fldcciebhcaswhteli habiseji appealed to tie court efajJfalB May ge Tlffih Murderer Napplepn 0 April 2 In AJC ti Ptterg Jrqtpa ervbns J e to 9JolPbJ1J w f o ke county infirmary the p ISAlketi i theY h ade t6e mender 1 f jatxxxtitSw eerdt iifth1i irb- wtiitiinI p k coiiplb ofs eari ag M kas xeoe assYtttoiit 45rgeai s rffl eiRl iic iitatwiaaeeembles e wa iMurdtrer He is Tjelieyed to b1 irAq kIi Ii I f I rQUra ne7JJ1I Iii 01fiJ 2 tr e hatlamtic lin rp dt iriln itzc o HW Jf Wjonm were2Irish i yrti4y tl1 recover ti Wf 1 t P meiQri Walter d i iwJna r y t i1 In Mia wS l eI rtwwire t fj o rVk4-ts Jr I 44 f f rt t + t If HfHi s 4j J k J r II 1 rV 1J iliEc1of ste Opeiillg h t Wednesday Afternoon and Evening r i APRIL 7th 1909ai We tJgt pleasure iianriouncing t t I our Baster Pperiiilg and invite our r f friends iiiWinchester and Clark county t 1fp be pUT Quests v kHnYf I e h we planned every way possi 7fr ble to make this a popular trade event We are going to do our best to imake your visit both pleasant and i l We will look fotyotV AlRfEL 7th afternoon or evening t it i Music By The Winchester Orchestra r Afternoon Program Great Dividiiarchj When Knighthood was in 4lower Waltz liJ Iar Dance of the Clowns f Hits of 1iO9Me1ey Overture i v Southern Beauties March h FesttvahBarnDancor i Flower Girl Indian Intermezzo Iiazareo Waltz XenrWi Two Step Scene Blue EyesMardiW- ing Sing Hours Ii i Afternoon th2 00 aclock to 500 Ocloqk t EVening from 730 Oclock to 9 30 Oclock 1 r During 9ieso hours light refreshments will be A Special Stock Display Worth Seeing 4Atrip througl a JdJrge store like this is interesting especially so aw when the whole store dress and you are urged to look to t your hearts eontntwithout in any manner feeling that you are taking f up any ones time pr xpected to make a J Stich a trip seducatioualt PJ in that you seoa of various t tesigas and all that iaf latesriii furnishings HALLWi EJ FURNITURE UNDERTAKING- 1 t 1 4 1 Fo1Vand 1 t 4Will cure dUghor cold no smatter how severe and prevent pneumonia and consumption Au Guarantee r This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys curelContainsdno opiates a yellow package SWSTITHTES CLARKCnfcuIT COURT r yr Vi ra t v ceJo B TutrlC1 0 TAg Les J if f hlIe itaa OIt r i I rrtWincf l kuffcniI j j lfo a lio arkieStt ilikuction and TLc n tfaHad Qe3bllare ndtiffedtlitittas Com missipn of lh Ciarfc Circuit Court wilt 8Ltmj PlBce 1nVi 1c est r Keii lucky begT riinVpU April 3rd indebtednessern as of April 3rdr 1tf07 reereiic sofany assets of said firn at staid tune the relative right pf the patties tp said assets vitii alie j5oseo set ling said Partiigi S1iiP villcon bueao Hear evidence as to said ciues tpus till April 1900 LEELAND tI r HC CvVdrt Vr s v gtrhLeverywhere else at 25 cents See BloPimfield jt1 421t1 jw v FOR jSALE Eggs from Pcrfce tionfv SG hitc Leghorns 75 cents per 15 Also eggs from Whitq3iegliornXeghprhs also rownc 23 East Washiftgiou Street i 32Q mo est 4 CItumftert tPJ J J ii 1 1 p r S i J 1 I 1 j l Evening Program Ssa Swing Mar- chAutumnReveroWaltz 0 1 Hunting Descriptive t Overture Red Wing nMarch Fascination Waltz NapaaneeIndian Intermezzo Sweet Tender Thoughts Waltz Two Tung t Chinese Characteristic I Reception served iifpn parade I purchase multitude rM fIr a abj 3 Prewitt t f r IF I x 4t ll iti 1 or I i 7i 1 C- aoTsZf t i F VT nt iqt t f ij r i 1 and represented stock Furnittife claim attention and qonsideratipn of lItBUYERSc tJBuying as we doin 1arge qutrties Vye 5i l are l le to quote the very paces ern Sstefrft with fine quality r c Winn Furniture Co s Hs Green Trading StampsI MO3A1Cures indigestion t m our tom llkstoma k dfe back bp d tabease or money fs60 cents Drofw m all tower i i ttt J tt4 4 1Ji i r L j t tt4 i ti4 THE 6 ELEGANt rvariety 1 in our present of ther i lowest fhe BRIDGE aUNK SHOP No 26 IT Maple street wants fyour eef hides wags iron metal and rub ber Will pay market prices for altjcoods JW fllSEL i 4 1 1 ts4t TTfif tit i P irt c ii t tSS rlr t CLASSIFIED COLUMN If you want to rent a lwmc rl you want to buy a nome If you want to insure your lom OR SALECheap graphopko e and about 30 records also htrje Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf- WANTED To buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf- WIRE FENCEI still build all lands of wire fence L in the market for same write or telephone mo for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf FOR RENT Two houses N T FORSALE01d TAYLOR 217tf- papers for sale at this office 216tf jWAHTEDTo take orders for mak s cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim tales and rosettes MISS LUCY Colra street e 311lmo FOR SALE Eggs from thoroughbred sin lecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E ITT 109 French avenue 315iimp FOR SALE Eggs from purekrod Buff Plymouth Rocks H H i3orieJn4onc X11 31 =lmo ZigmJinhhipf sold tel Best buyer in town Gprnej Main and Washington- s 317lmo STRAY COLT Strayed into my lively stable No15 West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay longbiilaqd inane BII TU NER311ttWANTAt once reliable bo to learn the printers trade Ap p yrtb this office 327tf FOR RENT New 0room cottage on- Cbllego street with gas water rind bath room Good cistern Pos session iat once Apply to YRS MA RIA BEAN21 College stre- et23endtfi F Nl1By Frank Martin on am seat long black glove btilex can have same bv calling at Cit zens bank 3243t FOR SALErPIymouth RPck squabs to cat Fat dainty delicious Try some Call up Homo phone 5 W K CIMfMING Lexington avcnjifc 3 p Ut- I FOR SALE Ergs from thoroujjl bred White Leghorns 75 cents pc 15 Brown Leghorns also Visit my yards PREWITT BROWN 23rEast Washington street t 325Imo sLQSTrPpckeJbook on Vand tit card OSCAR VESTs Iii a ard W J REED 101 AIgbama sireo Phopo 716 3 J 2itP FOR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs at 1 a setting best in theStacC Also eligible Berkshire ill ifarrow in May 3 C McCLUiIH VR R No 2 Home pfcpHftkSPO 4 2aQ FOR REMTTtitotor three r ms for do and wife 32 E Ix ave ueHoxne r Hope 72L M RENT Thlr eF w 84or Qusckee niltA trdet 2761 t PQ s oa e r1nL r rYrqi lhor y 1lCiixtx street Vyx iO f LO TBlaVap i hite tteerTTfer lo ljoiid li d c iyr q on collar Ret ia at attce iAA t regard J H KEYES I jPrF- OU IdAor bunch soma iy this A J