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Ir f r last EJition 911 NO 147 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY APRIL 3 1909i rCEHTS A COPY 11 COOS AWE ISTREET RAILwAY is mN AN ccMciI in iegolar Session Insists That Central KentUGky Traction Lives to Its Contract The City Council met in their regj nlr inOnth1y4meeting Friday i yoJIlghspresld da1d all coun cilinen were present with the excep p tin of 18ft T L Todd who was out 1or3ttieity The police officers reported 29 cases tried dnnng the month of jtfarch Pines were imposed amounting to 91 cost rendered 13730 t making a totalof 1522830 cash col lected 5820 old bonds 10 Com monwealth fines 42 The Treasurers hpok showed over draftof 4806 in thc general fund and balance of 2600 in the siring fund C taxesk1730 collected for license R D Ramsey City Collector re ported a total of 9907 collected for taxes during thejnonth of Marchof which 3395 was on white property nnlt455 white tithes and 1562 k2tv co property tax d195 cof or eg ppointedatthe last rning lpWto list and moimt of d =JI reported a totifiof ql1ent and recommend vCollector be cr dited with tis unt The rcport was ac cptnde Co1kiethr credited vtlth O1Df fJTfii pjtYHJlpsn T cQrnitte91 apointed itat tWft t nvetigate with a VII urcIittsiiig thb did Court cpedyifocIty building site iareport They w ted c inyestigate otbei- rp Y WJIll jine bn offer u AAi w1icJLjs ju a better 1L4fOI1 hy think iifI ottliaH w1Jnt the OffeedPTht r Tjfe cbttce appointed to exam IW 1 r Clerks books reported thaei ere found to be correct 1nisreport will be published GeoriW Jewell was rebated 120 and R H T H Copeland 150 for- teshIegaIly assessed 4 Tlie following accounts were al i lo Ved but will not he paid until after the middle of next month ara nan Royce 21 15 Q H Hart Jailor 129 10 Jfp ies Gartland 15J fardmanji1 Royce 38 797 p Jf LQtJOGrant4 C F Attersall r 25 00 Cerfiral Kentucky Natural tX3as Company 1C 65 Central Kentucky Natural VGas Coraany 4 28- C6ojr Gbbper 7f 1 OQ WilTliester Paint and Wall i 951ParScrivinerros Co J 3vr 82 WincleJr Electric Sup p1giny pJ sLucien Villon ML 139 f66J W9ncchserRaiIway Z14ltt andJce company f 554 40 1ty Li1iorph Cot J 3100 jGRufusllUuitoO 1 25 fOhac1e4iigMi 1 00 NW 2 10 19 00 1 j w r j t ti ilJt r o J tj J F J fv til o 5 il f t crt i r itt rs ii iii r rfi THE WINCHESTER NE DAYSwUp J A Hughes 6 00 Charles lingua 3 25- StrodcDrugCo u 43Q s Total fJJv a2 Pay Roll Street Hands JH Hopper 31 95 George Adams v i 19 25 Gorc Broning 41 14 87 George Gravitt f 2187 J A Taylor j t 16 35 QgJyGqrge i1e 45 00 Leon Maitin r W 49 80 Luke Ol ilCY f 36 00 r J wI83ITotal in full 1340 65 The regiilar pay roll of the city of ficials paidGive Time lepresentil1gthepany appeared and asked that this company be granted another six months to begin work on their line into the city and six months in which to complete it but as the Council thought they were not living up to their contract only thirty were given them if the company jyilf re pair the streets along their linesiana rrn4ngtheirprobably extend the time as cd rcquestI May Extend Water The Water Committee was di reeted to investigate the advisability of extending the water main on Shorts Elm Walnut treets iioyntei1lcT- heCiyEngineqr was diiecthd to give the- iiigton Jtop rtY91V s nWasu streets between Highland and Main Street a grade for their pave mentsThe Light Committee was ordered to investigate the advisability of placing u light on Washington street between Main and Highland It was ordered that a license of 10 per year be charged for a two horse wagon 3 for onehorse wagons This includes all grocery delivery and transfer wagons The rCbmraiCfe appointed to rent an oiIrthpuipso of oiling the streetsieiorted t litt they had rented one anVlr thejjrj e ged was 2 lrdQY wh- enSCHOOLTALS Jrinileil 1 ONDiGESTION G F Clark Addresses Pupils of v Ninth Grade of the City School Dr G F Clark delivered an ad dressn digestion before the students of the ninth grade of the City School Friday afternoon The lecture was fullof informal ion that was both instructive and practical This lecture was the first of a series of addresses that is to be given by Dr Clark Ninth grade students are anticipating much pleasure in listening to these talks 1 S SOME OF THE MOLEY tLI 1i THAT YOU tSAV- EJ eouldplaceinsspcal1rnrseordepositinasicial fuud all qt ysaved rn the course of ayer because of your reading an- dMidfVQUd be surprised at the sum total The pennies and jpxxje nppUes tlie dpHars saved on clothes furnitureJ ifmiiiphinfs objects t rTrtchina alverware all ia years course 1ttoa tidy ind ed Wi rnjfi you try the experiment fora few weeks of ACTUALLYy JMyLJLIJfS ASIDE the mounts saved in your purchases on account of M yot tlieirnds Then invest in sonxetliing ionhave long needed I t Hero is something Ive Tioughtwith money ACTUALLY not Uh setw1y SAVED You will fincLtliataU of this adviae we have i ving yyu bout reading and answerinlds has been sound yourbyg1tStpu aad for Will town in which you live- f v 4 vut SS Jyi f tt J i 7iILf i f ijt iJ t 15 I 61r k J J COURT CASES ON DOCKET April Term jbf Circuit Court Convenes on Monday MorningQuite a Busy Term The Clark Circuit Court will convene in its April term Monday About G3 new cases are on the dock et besides a number that were heM jip from other terms which will make this term quite a busy one fallowing are the cases set for trial Cases Set For Trial For April Term 1909 Third Day fox Eurnace Company vs G N Wasserboehr B P French vs D Y combs W Ct Biser vs W Ml Anderson W A Yoiing vs L N Railroad Company Page Woven Wire Fence Company vs J P Lowry etc Leonard Robinspn vs R S Spill man International Harvester Company- Vs J W Oliver U S Owens vs Harry Crawford Fourth Day Austin Millers administratrix vs L CompanyD e R B Hutchcraft etc No1 D S Gay etc vs R B Hutch craft etc No2 David S Gay vs Ford Brentctc F H Haggard vs W H Tucker etc 4 J M Stevenson vs John G Lock nail etc Fifth Day L 1C Blackwells City of Win chesteiy jiillatdDennis vsTi N Railroad Comptlriy triPrank Colthan 9 i4 wii11 Chester rfSevththDay slrtl IDJ 1BlirCkV WJlGi 1t ch B100m1fieldEighth Day Charles Craig vs p Q Railroad Companv Rodney Ragland atc vsi JBt F Tapp etc Appeal Susan Austin ctcMililre1 C Taylor Ninth Day Lewis Linville vs J Hood Smith- R C Prewitt vs City of Winchester etc Tenth Day Sarah Naff vs James Win1t01iver Clark County Construcii Corn- pany vs J H Smith Price W Irvins admihwIHiix Ws L N Railroad Compan r Thirteenth Day F L Burnes vs Clark County Construction Companyt UIJRIOM OPENS c 8JUORDAY NiGHT 1 AH jn Reaelfness Fcf the Openjng Great Motion Pictured Show On v 11itStmJD- er 4 The Winchester A Garden and inotidji piCture theatre frnns to the piiblitj Saturday April V jj 1909 aVT Oclotifcp m Summer Garden ilUbe openey ery day from that late from 70 lock a m jtp 10 clock pm except Sun lays Admissions to the garden frcd with good mYtsic all the timQ We have ad uptdidate soda foun tamand will serve all kinds of soft drinks and lees at popular prices We vant you to come to the Auditorium and make that your headquarters j Iiave your friends meet you there The motion picture theatre will op en every afternoon from 3 oclock p m to 530 p mj nightfrom 730 p n to 10 p m except Sundays Ad fission 5 cents except on Satur jay nights when we will run 30db Ceet of Jm when the admissions wlH se J0 ctnfls 4 We want every lady gentle l1n xndcbikl to realize that they 4iaVe i public place in Winchester to come o andfrtl athome Qiirpicture maT huiie is the best that can b boukht vvewi1lcnp our pictures every a YJwbi will be the pest that can- 1e H4 with illustrated sonjjs tluitic qeassure you ldlfnd po IitT eatiaent We are sure we will 01M r PB SCOEE Maiiager 1 1 Jj Y 2 t f r k IGt rEiM K LEADERS IN MINERS WAGE tiONFEBENCE COAL RESERVE IN AKTHEACITE DISTBKiT- i The coal operator tbevanthraclte district did not prder a lockout as the miners expected vjien age agreement expired on April 1 announced that the old sc4leof wageswould continue In effect until after the Philadelphia confermt Seen repre3ntatiyes of the coal operators andSv en delegates tjOm the Ine in the conference The oper ators will by 6eorge F Baer and the miners by Torn 1 Lewis The operators have 12000 000 tons of re sen coal above atfSttleclnre they are well prepared for n strike Vi DRI FMr THOMAS ISMETIONEDF- or i ifr i President of KenwekyW sleya CollegeM fjlm s Y 1 IlII t v tr- f 1 4 4iiieO- fuli 4AA St1l ofK ntn I1 siuce it t lJCTCJaoWr jtl r Taylor is m itf c ideney of Kentucky yVesle seeking to hrirfg befofft tlioI35arTLofj Education a mnnojh lability to fill this vacancy DfcFrfink M Thomas = of Morganfield Icyr of Louisville Conference is mezitiondil for the pla epr Thomas feirCgognizcd as an land one with executive nbiloO LOCAL BANKS IN HEALTHY COill Quarterly Statement oX Winchester Banks ShVw Pros vv per1tY J cfua fs f the tw tMclt etcr Uiittlhb il iinh ftbanoniiyof ilic khi13tltT- hinc1ihtciT3kh43 n i tiiplfts- Ju1If13t rntc Ulnr113lTOOO unil iii prrl30 1 r 1CliJi nJlk i a le 1t iloutislung n tin Th is khilqH oveI astefl- U KeJb 4J jrri posit from maiiy jvagts the ey y TheMPeopW St4tql3iThk isa hal thy yoitngsleiv 1tjioih BeAh in htiiness a few y h midyeJi it siipws 4he nndiyi Wrofitii to bi 43904B wi1 deports of 380 38036 anti loaii 6f 203917 0 iE SOME lM ESONf PUB iC TiON OF AiTOLFT1 AdVvIS ENOUGH SOMETnilES ITS liALF ENOUGH jGAlK ITi miGHt NEED EVEN MOR- EPERSISTENCEEU1 THE IMPORTANT FACT48 THAT I IT WILL FIND TIlE TENANT NOT TO USE tAE CUA SI FlED ADS IS tor tiElHAllt OLDFASHlONEDi tLIN A NEWFASHiONElYTOW Blfr BROKER SU3U NDEDr v c Sp ciaIto the Newl CHICAGO ApiIJolin Djckin son add CQl1 an lcr1fnpastbrokers1snspertd 0cSSItissr iS f f Vr t j1f frSf w18Y t N torlftt xQa w toMlffW1Si but be let ground State MOToR WAOON ON lONG IFf TryOt r tRlJrr exIiigton and hfrnMifft ai Jr ll l IM d4L17 lNIes 74 i4 eVrnoor lioWl w1ifori ii- ffiK t3t as to its durability on a long dnVo The Mayor anti un 11a- mbaC thc ther city officials left this for Lexington late Friday and returned about six oclock The trip to Lexington was made in about 47 minutes and the return was mule in as good time Those in the party were Mayor J A Hughes Police Judge F P iJendleton City Attorney F H Hag gard Councilmen W P Hackettfcand G D McCuilum Woodson rdy John Ballard Maurice StroucTnttJ BRippey CLARK COUNTY LiSCHOOL48OARD et jn Regular Session Saturday t Buys SmaI1Trat if i1undSSVLV Jr lie G rkb i liY13 ttroefilIle I tliool 1fftLttlebIOI r thO tl 2 TIle 1aLICOkbnSP 1UFJihl or oiiniy- resQntatiVCl sct Ql Ji 0tlJie W5t- 4nif ur1 tur ei0 Y nfj li 1 i WS Fujtuc Qolwc1eFcsu- I but t- hltiet J iteir ineehng f- oiTipnl 1 t abidt ifarfpurcha olvliie purpose tnld9S Ui0tuhlsoLthe Ciak lW Tlid was s IiF i40Ppttom ol thc 1ppeLie1 bfIJ the mp t1u3 iKLLL1 tot ait1foif- lew bi- a it A Qtft Suprujtiideut Time1 YlI 5i L P A were i Stpwvesiigate tKinllterland t p tijact Ii the l1tdmelihg J NEWSWlNsGAMEland WSa1uajmor iiig b twMi th- eiebstiNews boys tam gnd U- seBdwt s the t the tars by tb 16 f 1 i uII 18 j ij1f1 t SENATE P1ftW t PLEASE i JJ is Itlmprov ieL 3 l Features With At Washington April 3PresldentTatt was informed of the senate program for the administration ot the new tariff bill It provides that a minimum tariff shall apply to all countries for one year At the endxof that time aximum rates thiO into eJfecjt jajnst all coinifrlar hi iilntIt rt hent N- otUittte l kr best tArik rofiidfent Is understood to fa ngyt11i lda oi application s maximum audmininium jirjn xsipleand it Is b lieved4ifwillbt- hO plan finally agreedupon fTtife plan of administering tile minimum and maximum rates fn the house bill as it now stands is said to be more indefinite and less effective than the one proposed by the senate finance committee Prior to the cabinet meeting President Taft had a conference with Chairman Aldrich of the senate com mittee on finance and Secretary of the Treasury AlacYeagh Senator Al drjch assured the president that the committee Is making most satisfac tory progress with the tariff bill and said there would be little or no delay injtaktng up the matter in the senate following a Vote in the house The administration features of itSe senate bill were then taken up for discussion which will be resumed at the White House next week Senatbr Aldrich left for New York an4 th finance committee will not meet dur ing his absence CONTINUE THEIR AUACK- Dmocrats Apply Many Sarcastic Terms to Payne Eli Washington ApriL3Tho the Payjie bill was filled with Tlotpus Im rfe visa false pretense was 3eigne f fo eSi f up t1fitr va- gances of the Republican administra tion that it did not redeem party pledges and that if sounded the death knell of the dominant party were some of thecriticisms passed upon the measure by the Democrats in the houseAn interesting feature cf the debate YLeonwho attaksd t frf t trade W- JFromtf i 1t views tardJngpro ecn Xrnado Idnsiana pleading for it onOslt of the Industries of his tatebWe Mr SpJght of Mississippi and Mr ClaYton of Al abama wanted free lumber hides boots shoes bagging and cotton ties The speech of Mr Claytpn was of considerable length and he engaged in several colloquys with members on the Republican side Praising William Jennings Bryan for having published Democratic cam paiga contributions prior to thejecent presidential eieciibn Representative Heflin Ala OTntended that the Payne bill was framed to satiety the trusts which he said furnished the campaign funds of the Republican patty From the Republicans came sugges trOD of a permanent tariff commlst iCon and whileVall of them supported th bill in general none apPeared en tirely satisfied with it v ii t TjiIftGETSViN r w C uss Trouble For jPawn broker Who t Cheated HIwrHn Deal roledoyi O April JlJ AJbert Fraser deayhurglar who jras caught ina Toledo residence and is had ijo take a JlQptenceol15 years Im the pensa fie can learn a trade hai been the means of returning stoleniewelry G Detroit residents Praser qonfessed to the police he had robbed residences in Detroit and sold the plunder to Barney Werbe a iUPifound that Werbe had paid him but U tndewas forced to stop in lo- tdo to eat Here he was jyreirtfca while burglarizing a hoiv He lmes Werbe for his predicament taW confessed to the fence Detroit police forced Werbeto bring In the iBlry and it war returned to the iwnirs Eliot Declines Ambassadorship WMifeton April 3Both at the state department and the White House it was officially aBttovxeedlkat Dr iCharre W miA the retIring ident of IIHvarlunlYerrtfty udDefinitely HBal decided that ke could not a c43pt the tei4ejiot the atbiorsbU Rr eat k re- aIt iaft is tsm nb oe fei the cki- 5ttss 1 Ji i JJ h NfA f iif rr r c 1 IiiIt j rII I i7 ZjiikI IFirtoijtkt 2 rlll ate Ira bfraI JOSEPH LITER J 1 LOSEIft UIT4 1 Must Moe4fDealTrial tt satiinal jjNew York AprH 3A jury lit the supreme court decided that JoHJ1iL Leiter and Joseph H Hoadley Mea I well known In financial circle mMt pay Franklin Scott Coitiibrokers 9248565 the sum lost by the firm with interest as a result b 1YiithCyrusP yn the interest of IrlternaUwwl iOw rThethird In the case has engaged tke court since March 1 It attract d Much public attention a fewcliLy aewhen Mr Hoadley in tet1fyI4icharged that he paid JHmwbfMooney counsel for the plaiatlflijj UM sum of 2500 on Mr MooneyV refriK sentation that he could atop the JjHiiik lication in a local paper of articto which were deemed detrimental to International company stock Mr Leiter also testified to this traaste tion Lawyer Mooney ienottjfe H ftlf charge as infamous nd1a1efldi- his address to the jury he feehijly- referred to the matter 4 He Hoadley knew ant Jeeefk Leiter knew i said Mr Mosaly Hhat the story he ft ait io tell was false as neilaiid irfio4tt that elJlieread the booirti4 a was a staf bjlsMh Lifter- which llVO l81ac Jiossible sto l th4jotIiIei w on to tell kdiand in this ue tJiiit aVhad never seen AlrMboaej urilHk came into court in 1 Q5Thef8re these en knew the story could not be true t1utIswornblow thetwp men otome Mr Mooney IntimAteftbit Hie Mat ter would not end here Tbf another Jhpe apt aiiotkbr he concluded an I a jfchjciply telling you this so fiat 011 know the circumstances W1ei1P4oke of bat founddfftingtbroii4 and wjktwill 1fc iojie When fhe Ve d been render ed the jurymenhurtled to where Mr Mooney Jkood And congratulated hif- 1yOcTared Jithey put BO credcnse 1 iiithassertlons of witnesses for the defense rr 1i f RACES BEGIN SUNDAY American Entry Makes Good Showing In Trial at Monaco Nice France April 3lhe international motor boat races jm which boats representing several nations are entered will begin at Monco tomorrow and will continue until April 11 This years Monaco motor boat races are the sixth annual event of that character and eclipse in interest any of the preceding meets Tece are two American entries the Dixie Tl and the Standard for the bij race the Grand Prix international event which will bfi sailed pA t11 I A repo6wM Hi t relattoll ttfat fhl 1 American motor boat StandaYd had been withdrawn front the internation at rades which will begim here torn r row on the ground that tte craft was unsafe This however proved unv true The Standard inade a splendid into Vlllefranche and WM greatly admired by the motor boat experts t BIG CUT IN WAGS r tIcorporatiorl Will Make An nouncement In Shert Time New York April StBefiMmiHgMmy jl the wages of the 2000employji- of the 17 subsidiary conipnfee ei UM United States Steel corporatkmlMtisr known as the Steel tmetari tefe eit from 10 to 15 per e u1ceoritag to reliable information Tke proposed cut it was leariied Is to be m nouYcea about the middle of April1 f No strikes areexpct4as a reavlt of this proposed actkMi A great majty of the employes of die trwit are al1 stockholders and by strflcimj It WM said they would tow tol ef t9r holdingsS v r Geverner aMfpfyFiakfoV Ky rIL 2190rorWlll kas granted a fiItJ para to Colocel Garnett RIp ey Meietiutt a4 Jutant general who mU S arreeUd 1 fftr1WfTInHaxtett against Walker Dnaaui iov ernor win uid It yrea cz tht the warraat ss lsead ierpeg than ttie end ptjato Would Dot Und for tbaasiIctlcf it I- tte tMre i i- 4t4 3r ft f t lpi f Jtf jY I fiJt tG jt 1 Tr- I l I r V t 9f rW THE WlKCHESTER NEWS q I iirilI lr r IJSijl d ii f hlly4f t 1 L f h Jlr w tn ML t MlIt atrJe J M KW1Ck t uncalyN r 4 1 t T i 1 tjjffJ1 ttu r tle Stotl1a Jint1J4q Wider the H 1 f t t fIfiu 1fftAi e D illver- yJ1 thX520 t 1f 34Zee 1U Pa able at office or to collector 1 iiry week i 7 MaJlDeliverv 300 t a lIibthSiiio j j L eiwtk I x 2p a in iaYP9e i r1 7 JADY ERTJSlPW RITES y bfiPfaIdo t rlO h l n 25 thinone eek 50 IIc week contnMoiisly100 r theO 3O lbBrilrs 1foiues a week 240 lro IXI a fhrc84nmes a week 180 9r iWQ foie a week 2P r oi onet1mt a week 75- Qo1u1 tft j i t s3 thtioliJ monfl1g 5 cent one i trv JroQ rr Yila mtIjIIi tH tiffsPer Line I r a otiCes body ype 7crM1aj wg ell 15c- r I 4J thrlhOneS Kp91 i n 1809u l diT ztf t oi ISA LIVEONE yerjPteazrdui1t tfit the Win jtcitester Commercial Club is a iive oiier f eryoac admits that the Win sIr G inmercidl Glut liar dQue thin sanjisixlpm ftbings r 4 lie ltfestrdK now isj how Ito peon 9 t to keep hthva 11ow to ee Every t i JjhI r citizen shouldtakea title in t pwjIl b1 Fin jsfOr ti iseach rlitizens bus iiiesfe iiiHifectly audshcfuld Be boost dtby yeohe J hreCoercialtylubcanliot ru- n 4inorie The only way the duetttan4s mcmbers J tit should rIot only PPlt1i diitysbut n pleasure for evexy eve rY citizen jf Clark 1e aj a its dues eeenfidly keve r Ii m3 o Piiiey should have pride in tlie t ra iit cluD alId helP push the l6kd albtig jif KOUld like to go Ra9k to ol W ncjibster when she had no Commeri- ci i ciiip LeslpwiOld way of doing 3igstIiW lda and depot the1 oH water iworks theold street caij f tir old dirty iaperstre f s tfJ do7witlioitahe new mod rem bttHilingsj toildo without the up t fiiSte jousiness lious s and to do fht tikenew College buildin g9 rWM iwdiild want ito go back i tfhe nhershi Committee of th cl b isnQr oat tryjingito do all thee ipotcilje8t the dues The Pres Jn V a rjizepf a diamond i1 pjj1Jot to radverjise lfunselfo r i busi iSbnt to stimulate tin 3ife ijlrs of Jhat committee ip work thevIpj causedn bintotoifnd i rshould ilie the personal pride of eitch eambnr of that committee to r wor ca ettliBvrenejvals for onorl ke club DDr than for th 1tfmeocHlleeU a a 1e rDE 11iaLcolnuutte e Papprac you with a certificate fo- Miesar r 1909 jlist go down in r iln and sheloutL j ftsfpr cdxrS d forthgogd pf the town- f flt6dd hof tvcryliti2en pf Ja1il utiyYQ- eNiiitke l handawa on ff ii t fOf 2 r iCi j 7 E CONSUMERPAYS ThE TAB t llun warrIc iue tax off tsa poundwa s levied on tobaccos rto sexC Elie conyen enee of t Y deauthoritywas giventfW thP Isf of 1lie sizes of the paclc 4 13outcesithu ei ktr lifrt r to prtocure a aeritox l 1 iLf jpApkiige of tobacco payig i it4a form ofa reduction lii ia4 the 4 i 651111 t arlt es wens jklished rthat is by Tfo But6fdin tJat t iaf tQ thisithe redii ed piilcagts haw been sold on the tformerbasismeansthatllce- Tobacco Trust since 1902 has in this form been cQlleeting the war ax from the fipnsumers of jtpbaceq Us ing tlie fi RnrBs obtained rom the Commissioner bf Tnteraal Revenue as to thenumber of paoknges gold ilur pg Ihe71astesisfyears40 different siz SjTRepresehtatiY Bawson figures that the piuchaser of each small jjaokage hasbeen taxed 1 cent nd ills purchaser of the 3flrger package 2 cents and tbuj in this time therefore the Tobacco Trust has taken from the tobaucp consumers 45 mil Mibns or dollars though the device of reducing the size of the packjigb fat Wc time the taxv7vasimposed Iii jseelang therefore for new totes itjnight be well for Congress tc pul this tax on these tobacco packages requiring thc mama icturgrs to main taui the size as at presept T histax thenyavould come from the trust to whom it has all along 17een paid bS the consumer CA EFOR THE STREETS The rlust 9i Brjday wa jliglu1 It was as bad as a summer day The Maiii street jtpres vere fullof flirt The streets near the G and O au6 the Jj and E depots were probably the worst itffl11city Some provisions should be made to oil xightrarwaY and if this cannot pro fitably be done a sprinkling carte should bevborrrowed and Main street fe Ieas1i sllqu1cd lie ifiad passable The Main street merchants will be damaged in t1 vo or thrge days like Friday enough to pay for oiling for the tar And when jve think of the impressIon the sUlloudnbrs of fife depots will give visitors the prose pective in jury camioi be estimated y THE LEXINGTON PAPERSrY i The controversy behveen the Let mgt l pal ers over the public print ingrd 4ntract was amusing at lit now andtmighty tiresome to their readers The sum of the whole debate is that the citj council should see to it that tlie inteies s of the tax payers of Lexington are protected nod that the printing should be done as cheap netivspapcrproryii w o they can getfor a job dint thCCbun fiil is at the other end of the bir gain and ought represent theJjuy plii f GOING WHERE To the courts Jiouse Tuesday 6that 8 oclock to hoar the lectu recital by Prof H K Taylor Brpf Dalgety and the it W C quortcjtej tinder jnanagemerit pf the Home MiSr sionary Society of the Methodisl church Admission pcents dhil 4rent i5 cent 42it r Marletsr In the United Kingdom for American cotton seed cake and meal as well as other Imported oil cakes takes annually be tween 55000 and 60000 tons of American cottonseed cake and meal Large quantities ofoake and meal are sold to other Brltlsb ports by the Liverpool agents Origin of SJImon Pure Simon Pure is a character In Mrs Centlivres comedy A Bold Stroke aeterfplted by an impostor succeed d in ieBtabllahlag bs identity proving him self to be the Simon Pure iTheex prejon then cazne to 4 e used to hieair the real article or something gea uineJ I lace tEective Markham We have committed the ojden ru e to memorynow let us cgpimltitto lte a it v Vessels Trial Trip s5V3ien a ttessel is on hnr trial ihe riinsrfojir tils over a measured- wiceswitl4i aid twiee against the tide Her average sp ed is tliuswar rived at leGld rise viLowjiJ5f4rj iJyJ eel make artoilttas rMme ww At a stand j ttpastl the ntDuHII lQJ itls de YkvPit4utythpl test3 traCe iaf Itarig hurried or dt aging an a- berry itlker toxefreshmeatcsi npwe WomoM fftia follow tkli plan are air 35 ya rihq e who are most admired blttJroltehQ t ppimt ofvie 5t is not to be recommendedLadiesP- ictccriak a 1 L j i tt L TV SLOME ARREf- lEANTWNFJDM JPSjcjals and Clergy Unite fnProtest IS GONSIDEREP IMMORAL t iff N r f1 Mayor Hibbard Notifies Lessees of Theater ThatHe Will Invoke Legal Rowers to Prevent Production of- Opera by Manhattan Company and Director Hammersteln Decides Ito Cancel Holy Week DateGovernor ProductionTBoston April 3The opera Sa loins which the Manhattan Grand Opljra company intended to present at the Bpston theater net Thursday will not be given because of protests from Governor Eben S Draper May or George A Hibbard Bishop Lawrence of the Episcopal church Vicar General Patterson of the Roman Catholic church Rev Dr George A Gordon of the Congregational Trini tarian body exGovernor Curtis Guild and other leading citizens The clergy objected to the opera on moral grounds and many of them J50RSIER GOVERNOR GUILD Wh6 Helped Close Bostons Grates to Oifeh a of Salome consider that a presentation of Salome next Thursday would be a profanation of Holy week Mayor Hibbard notified the lessees of the Boston theater Frohman Harris that if the Manhattan com prQducingsuch power as he possessed to atop 1the presentation Governor Draper informed the representatives of the company that he hadno authority to atop the production but he hoped they would not present it s2 result of the numerous pro tests Oscar Hammerstein director decided not to present the opera SON TABS FATHER FeweFeet of Parents Dead Body Niles 0 April 3 Jlichard Law 24 murdered ills father Samuel Law 65 while the family was seated at the supper table The boy stabbed his father with a butcherknife Law Sr felj forward with his head on the table anp died in his chair Apparently unconcerned about his deed the son calmly seated himself in a chair less than two feet from the body of ais parent and resumed eating His mother summoned the po lice Law Jr seemed surprised when placed under arrest and asked the policewhat reason they had for lock ing him up Mrs Law says she believes her sons mind is affected She will ask that his mental condition be inquired into before any step is taken to pros ecute him on the charge of murder r 1 LAKE CARRIERS ACT Import Nonunion Engineers and Fire men to Navigate Boats Buffalo N Y April3The arrival here of a carload of nonunion engi neers oilers and firemen is looked upon as the beginning of the fight be tween the Lake Carriers association and the various unions of the Great Lakes The Carriers association determined some months ago on an openshop policy and the contracts sent to the marine engineers for this season were returned to the lake carriers Unsigned WrestlerGotch Hurts Toe Chicago April 3 Frank Gotch the wrestling champion of thjp world suf fered an injury to one of his toes in his training work but it is not thought serious enough to hamper him in his preparation Jorr his match with Yussiffi Mahraut Jvovylcr Is Released ufiusta ga AprU8 Qfficers from Boston declarrrd that W W Fowler who has beeh3t under arcest hire was not W D Owen who is wanted in Boston on charges of fraud fowler was at once released J 2 Je 7 = c ==fI The Door is Unbolted H z I GILBERT FOR BQTTft jAa BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK W S DOLPHINTAILOR 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 24 W Court St tome Phone 64S Winchester Ky PROFESSiOKfiL CARDS J M STEVENSON n Attorney flaw 60 S Main KyrPENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky A Thousand Heads For Two Thousand Hats Wanted You can have your choice if yon come early enough to pick out the best sample TInt at 50c on the Dollar Just now received from mann fdoturert at the SAMPLE SHOE STORE 1 24 N Main St CINCINNATI TAILORING CO MANN REDMON Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDIJORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER IONE 628a WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE ILL For One Night Only MR CHAS W PICQUET Presents The Celebrated Herald Square Comic Opera CoI- n the Merry Musical FunFrolic ATRIP V TOIn- terpreted INDIA By Distinguished Cast of EMINENT LIGHT OPERA STARS Supported By An INCOMPARABLE BEAUTY CHORUS PRICES 1C I5G 100 ra CAttERY 25C Reserved Sett Sale Opens Monday Morning APRIL 5th at 1 Nunnelles v i Olive Oil for Books Olive oil rubbed over the library she vcs will ft is said prevent the Inilde ragkifitriit xo k + f tQ I a comeiexamine our line of doors sashes wainscoting and other high grade mill work It is work of which we are proudI Every detail carefully constructed by mill experts the sawing planing finish and general cabinetwork is unsurpassed Our prices are pretty low cOu ideringie ask your inspectionI i T u == =J the You for for less you pay You get the of Iii etc r we you that you to get this m o t you like to in f get ou J the X try v i1i i- ir 4 t 1 i 1 4 e t Tf1 E- i oft KY N I It D a = W CASHIER V I- ph C SkM ON t by daaY or if YOu want your baggage ni 94 Phone 339 f r 1 f 1 J y r t IterwijisueJJJ dui 1 jVhy do you your knees and elbows one 1l1 time when you can ina full bath tem to suit you and can dOsp every if you wish 1 2 Why pump and carry water for your and laun dry work when you can it at for the of a take on wax er when you can get it from a large filtered the best filter plant South of the Ohio River J take tiine to think of your for your next and when you do thinkof us If you dont know us get acquainted at once for we are folks you ought to know and our too Mfe will be to you vit1tfv grade at the n WINCHESTER L IIINCORPORATED I delivered leading WIDNESUAY Get a Free Piano SAVE ON YOUR PURCHASE offerskyou opportunity can purchases here cash money than elsewhere best selection the newest designs Papers Borders Room Moulding grid with cash purchase free certificates will enable youJkt oflf Wouldnttw it your Do trading saveiHlljthe certificates you can and your friendsto helAFou get Jlanof ye11 will 4l iSJr Our New tiuesofGoods This Spring Surpasses H rh emrY fWINCHESTER PIINT AND WALL PAPER GO F1NORTHMAIN STREET Capital 100000Ii Undivided Profits WinoliesterBank WINCHESTER WITHERSPOON riREsiDEnxs RSPHAR tiSOLICITS YOUR t ACCOUNTS t- NELSONThetfansferIa night transferred OFFICE E4oii1eP tsnc Night You Cannot Answer These QuesM continue bathing stretchout pered morning have hand turning faucet 3Why chances drinking germfilled cistern reservoir lumber supply contract qught lumber happy supply fairest figures make your Wall every give hane home your ordy kitchen through toknow 4 4LWhy have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filledwith green grass jisil blooming flowers and can at the same tme get rid of the dusnt- he street t- J5Why suffer other imeo ve men ce s when canjfrhave everything for the comfdrfaix3- hedi thof your family rightSi the horse T 6Is it not true that thewC swer is not lack of t lack of economy and enlerpiie and Indifference to getting t7i- emostout of life fC F ATTERSALLf Superintendent Winchester Water Work jINCORPORATED At corrltfaple Street and Lexington Erenue wtll tell yon all tlfJtTmllvbesurDrised at Jio iu8xpwi8iveth e privilege 8if5 V ADVERTISE IN t l MI INQ TCR E I t f g y 3 t t i f 1i 1r rlrl I f t t t ui f3t t rJ IHANDBAGS I I e n OWEN dl SOCIETY I The ladies of thA Baptist church wilNiave an Exchange Saturday at Bushs store- The GirlsrieBiory Society o ther Methodist church South soil Satta irYn buildingtnjr i Cat1olioo Dinelli building formerly occupied by The Winchester Paint and Wall OperaHousewent of fancy work candies cake s H oWejnesday7 eachdayLectureRecital soIcietythe first time to a Jeweler and Optician Winchester audience the Kentucky Wesleyan Lecture Recital Male Quartet Company at the courthouse Tuesday evening April 6 QurLlor and everybody should come The following notice is taken rfom the Bath County World published at Sharpsburg Ky The entertainment given at the bytheLecture Recital dud Glee Club was TItje th the College colors and potted plants and a good audience greeted the veryinterestinglyin Cuba at the beginning of the flu Americana intervention and at the close of the second ten years later Prof Dalgety delighted the au ofI f jh fif V 1THE MII tCHESTER MEWS Itheremetwhich is fo be used for repairs about the churcbi Dinner in the primitive sense is somethine to eat but in the higher social sense it is something to sit over uncomfortable clothes peck at with six kinds of forks and be altogether bored by Dinnei is often saved- by wine because win is a mpcuer and makes you thin of things to say which you wouldnt think of saying otherwise There are men who know when wine has made them just fools enough to dine with grace but they are not many Most of them ke they1ureas some suppose thatihe prohibition movement is largely due to a great peo furyIdinners after all their moral sig nificance It was inevitable I charby3Ii enepayfortheThe Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian church will have an Easter market on Friday and Saturday April 9 and 10 They will have Istlpiesarticles and homemade candies eadich ofGThe Clark County PostGraduates j ioi T j 1 t 3 met with Driv Brpwne Thursday Ydin Those present were Die Bush1 and Hush Worthington Dicginl Rankin Browne and Browne y PERSONALS Misses Aliyia and HeniieHar Gardner are visiting the family of LexingtonMrs Fridktin guished lawYai of New York is the cify on business Mrs Eva Reynolds of Berea was shopping in Winchester Friday James Congleton of Estill county was in VinCheat Friday onbusi ness Mr and Mis Fred Farmers and son are visiting the families of Mas JonesMisshome Tuesday from an extended visit to her sister Mrs H J Bra WLrlhMiddletown icyofof Miss Sara Beverly Jouett wasthedaughters UmatiUaFlathe winter Miss xington= MattGarrettcinnati 0lit t til d Jt F t s tt fr T Y a f t Mrs HH Lamport of Lexing tcm isthagueet of her sister Mrs A R Bal vin Dr and Mrs H D Stubblefield AliseElizabethewere in Mt Sterling Friday LexingtonMk Clarence LeBus of Cynthi ana is in town on business psburltlromants Monday apMr Coleman S Moffett of was in town Tuesday inand Wednesday on business The Pied Piper A New York normal school examin tisPiper of Hamelin A wouldbe teacher answered A Pied Piper teaches especlallyThe Unattainable Seeking the unattainable is for a man to try to find a corner in the lngwithout YorkPressInterminable Leaveiaklng leasttimes the 17 andhasgate Atchison Globe Cheer for the Industrious Industry keeps the body healthy themind clear the heart whole the purse full Simmons neNinetenths annual sugarcomes The Laplander Rapid TransitImiles a day on his z c 4y cIJ Lt 7 t Aa r 1 i bif1J ri 1 ItrQ jJ 11t 1 i 1 tP4 11IIIrft DONT FAIl TO SEE US Judging from the tremendous sales we hate Had the past two weeks on Seed Potatoes and Gardes v ivjt iSeeds we know we are cheaper than anyone Compare prices and quality and see for yourself that wev can save you money i r tAs we have warned you before 1 dont be vmis ed by che peraiidihferior grodes 1 Both Phones No 48 j i Bring us youc Eggs we will V a the highest J market price J O 3 i RWRounsavall Go SOLE AGENTS Ferndell Pure Foods Huylers Candies e IEgotismfrom the great river of humanity with our quills and imagine t ourselves that we have caught floating Islands at least Goethe Ufiise A Sanbdiras Coffees r Prices Lard and Snst e INecessary Optimism the chronic optimist who says he thePhilosopher ihto4southr flRNITUREI We will Begrln a Ten Day Big 4 Reduction Sale of Furniturer i Carpets and RugsHouse Cleaning Time is Here The Busy Housewife will needr You will find in Our Stock Everything that is kept in Something New in House Furnishings this Spr ja first class andAT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES We uptodate Furniture Store can furnish your house from parlor to kitchen this Great Sale Better and Cheaper than at Iwas ever offered in Winchester youbefore We r r especially invite young housekeepers to comp and see our bargains SALE BEGINSVMONDAY MORNING APRILS Lace jj i = J r Curtain t offering that day For One Jay Qnly 500 Pairs gl Lace Curtains at I v ONEsHALF PRICE rrFrom a value i fstandpoint this Sale will surpass vio s Sale w fe onent I+ t i c n duplicate 100 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains 3 12 yards ng assorted Paterns 1 I 250Safe t AbO 1 4lpair Nottingham Lace + Curtains r3Jf2 yarcsion whit s ti3 rwRegular ii JSale Price c r rlOO pair Nottingham Curtains 3 12 i r 125 titJ200 t j 225 I fpair Lace Curtains extra fine Ie weaveoo r v it Regular Price li yT L11 f 4600 l fSale Price 3 OO t0 By Buying these Goods im Large Quantities to tJ supply the demand O- fT my three Stores Winchester Richmond rand Pars Stores enablesme to sfcil einrat Greatly Reduced Prices J LUMAN IIiL x 20 North Main Street k iL V4 i WinchesLn Kentucky f tJj i t J n s stSrj f 4fft vr f t v z I 4t t c f N jpw v j f y v wi I I c Li v j Air if3i ie 4 j Itft71 f r s Rrr q tSiSKfflfT J i r t i A IA j I Vt Jto t aJ f r JL I I t d4 i i JL t rr tMEWCLUTRJEW tlifrt q I oTm f yrlrwyHarftHrn Selects Waphn tPII1iOnrbftenManz tr Cpltigftftjfti Q AII 3 dovejcnor Harmon has announced the appoint l ent gfefQiojyjg jiyJx ardof ent ntIary VmanaRers Democrats I J1lel P Torpy MariettaW WI3DurWn Kehton JLemuel Neyk St jHarys Republicans O B Gould r acfc Mi Hgory JRichter Columbus MrljCpiild ir now warden bf the pr1nSw Warden Gould sent to members otIj h1dhozdbis jre tgnatlon as war den effective Mat L He probably Jyill not ilt as member ot the t new bo until after he retires from his ot1Ge Yernor on new bard a man thoroughly familiar with tHe operation of the prisoh So could 9t have retaIned either of the olds lptemberswlthout casting reflection tkisie did not Ish to i W aoftJopect forcuse instead of continuing as a place t f custody under the contract system Tie reque tBfor resignations have Rowfa1s o and Ed jnund W Crayfep of Newark and Co Bucyrus1Dof Warren had expired Wednesdays inJCudehlm p l c WJTHESSADMITS HEit PERJURED HIMSELF ilpSiSedsational Testimony In i Scandalv r CMadisonc game n gave Ben HJulSnai teatrmphy before the aena jtprial primary investigation committee having confessed to perjuryln that his testimony when he appeared wejksgotr1butI2iidf25OOofthe Stephenson addlWoncommittee that the game wardens raised a sum of 1200 which was given toGovernor James 0 Davidson for his campaign fund When Chief Warden Stone appeared about three weeks ago he told the commission he gave Deputy Wardenp 11A Bowman 500 when in fact hfta I4Ior iHnfrom showing that he received a large sumiThe presented a list showqing how he disposed of over 2000 which was materially dif ferent from tIle list which he offered When lie first appeared before the committee uExplainsI j 3 t a tSambassador from the minister of finance of the department of Sao Paulo in which the present status of the coffee industry of that country IsE tI explained at great length any taxt governfuprice jof that product to the American consumerJfi iMPORT TRADtthCollections at New York Break AllhRecords For That PortbNew York April 3The of nlferciffandiso and the duties coflecVed fire for the month of March were the largest of any month in tha history Cf the customs Service at the port ofc valueqr 3 lion and a half dollars in excess of 7 ihV previous record in March 1907 george W Wanamaker appraiser a the port said in speatobg oihe 56 increase Buslness men haveen No buying in smaller quantities glaring the last year and now tKat trifte js t tii do itr 6 iib1the tariff laws are undergoing re vision 56 1Uhfladelphiaslo nal baseball seasotf in 1utladelphia wSs n d the local r senlatWes tioftheiladelphia Americans in a close 54 LtoiaU 2 9 JLAmericansjRl SiaWytGetS SUff n 5T New Orleans La ApEr3Robert- J4lonQy 6 lawyer aNd former notary cMvictcd of detrauding clients of 1clkttmN4 years iii the state prison by fgeBaker 51t Is claimed tnat Milo neysv defalcations amounted to mOrew thko 100000 Tafts Vacation Plans irasliingtoni April 3 President Taft hg fo get away from Washington aJNfftt the middle of June He has de fl that he will be agreeably sur n r pMfthe tariff law js ready ior B b tat bc brJu l 10 t e iCy ulXt bHMlTMfprisiOra t IJj ti ir iv jq 1w aa r 1 + f j l 4 rsifVtff ftAYrb Mhiiki1p Hambul WfU N CReaolv Naes Utlrnd f 5NIprII 3 ScW thrmhs- teamshipagent here announce 1t theHamburr wAifih i4ue iomtrrow will not arrive at Naples until Mon day owing tp lh bad weather Djjk spite twill they 3tthe steamer Ad miral on whIchMr Roosevelt ijill g passenger to Mombasa Will leav R9qeveitthefore to spend here and this fact has up all the plans of the pedicle M Napfw to receive hlmj Jit Will Not Meet Roosevelt Rome AprIl3Thc Tribuna prints an official dental tJat King VIcEr Emmanu l will meet Mr Roosevelt take him tp Messina r iIsMeemsito- e confirmed by what the thov reIgn aid to Ernest Bicknell national xn rector of the American Red Croi Thjp k ng told Mr Bicknell Jathevjras going tp Messlna but that be could nol decide when hbwould po so since it was very difficult for hini- o leave Rome His majesty during MrBlcimenwould forget the generosity of Am ica during the earthquakeS 1111IINEWfATl1fR Reports JFrom Leading Cities Sh w Better Trade Conditions L New York April 3R G funi Companys Weekly Review of Tri e says The stimulating effect of finie weather is shown in there principalitiesard better things in iron and steel although conditions as a whole ic- malnveiy unsettled The continued certainty as to prices in some fin shed lines Is the chief drawback Widely circulated reports of further price cutting have a depressing effect The best Tuatiire is in the structural division the low prices named result In a heavy movement while or ers pending aggregate a substantial UBAN HEBEIS GET v DEATH SENTENCES f f 1 KJ Gflyrtmsiftlal Den sibn However May Be Modified Havana April 3The decision ol the courtmartlal which tried Sergeant Gortes and his son Vicente on a charge of military rebellion and Cor oral Ricardo on a charge of conspir cy in connection with the recent- evolutionary uprising at Yueltas wjas announced Sergeant Cortes and his son were found guilty and the penalty was death Ricardo was ac uitted of the charge brought against him The findings of the courtmartlal were approved by General Afonteagu bjlfowingto take cognizance of extenu ting circumstances it is probable hat the death penalty will bere mittedi Threatens Judge With Gun r Toledo O April 3Judge Charles IChittenden who Is presiding r he criminal branch of the common pleas court was threatened with aore volver In the hands of an unknoWn man In front of the Masonic temple udge Chittenden is Inclined to treat incident lightly He mentioned e patter to the secret service ofll cer jof the county legal department owever and an investigation may e made TUE MAR KtisIChlcaao Cattle Steer J5 507 i5- ows J4 OO5 75 helfera 3 256 00 buns 3 756 25 stockers and eodeji 305 60 Calv S3 50iB 00 Sheep and LambsSheep 53 007 00 lamb O8 40 yearlings 5 607 50 Hogs Choice lieaW fshlpplner 7 057 15 Kuleliers56 95 l Ifght miked 1680 6 85 choice light J6 8587 00 packing 507 00 piss 55 306 35 Wheatr 2 red 51 271 30 Corri N6 66c OatsNo 2 53053 c P4tt6 brgpli atUc Chotce6 Q65 prime 206 40 tidy butchers 50 85 heifer 53 005 li0 cows ftnd tagB5l25025vfresh Sows 0050 Calves Veal 009 00 Sheep and Lambii Prime wetliers IG 40 6 50 good mlXe 55 505 90 lambI008 spring lambs 510 ootwl3 00 Hogs Prime heavy hogs 57 407 45 dfimsU935T 40 1vtrkeI925tr 40 light yorkers 8907l5pissV 6 70 East Buffalo Cattle Export cat e 56 006 75 shipping steers JfiTOO 25 butcher Ue5 506 50 Jielfera 506 00 53 5005 50 bull 5350 25 C l5tYi9 00950Sh p Lambs rMlxod sheep 56 256 50 ethers 56 506 75 ewes 56 006 35 mt 576d8 50 yjeaflings rboz 50 Hogs Heavies 57 407 45 mediums 36tW7 40 Yorkcris 57 107 30 pigs 70 roughs 5S2o640 stags 58 00 5- 0CleytI3ndOctttte Prime dryfed attle 50065tatJIeers 5 758 40 lters n 55 25 coWs 52 25g3 50 ngetlIrLambs34b d ahoep 54X76 5 ethers 55SO 6 75 ewes 55 0085 25 lamb 5LOO 7 00 Hogs Mixed 57 20 heavies 57 257 30 mediums 725 Yorkers 57 i5ig7 20 pigs 56 256 roughs 56 236 40 stags i5Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 3G13ih CorN 2 JrlxedC9 69c D tsrNp 2 mixed t55i4- y0Xo i 2 S2Sc Lat U 01O eL- ttk et3 87 BonHogi Atp 1tr 5 L tL 7 tlf i T Ied i Wheat t3 oretj1Jt r c0 njiw5A- 1S S t f UHUR CU1I WsJIinthSJrf Pr JJIrJan 1qktgt1FqrterIrli li be held Jrdtt Iiing 411 the evening nL715 SundayhtIiboiatv9 45 aridvChristih1 Endoav 01 at 6 30 V members rme reqtietcd to bo tJtrane ChurchV of Christj vrElder James W Harding will at the Churcli of Christ oil Fairfax street Sunday morning and ev6nhig m the usual hours A Special Sermon Bdv B J Dttieispator of Provi deiice ChUichV expdcti to preach a sermon next Sunday April 4th which he hopes to make of especial benefit to jQvery member of the churdh rind ife very desirous that all who possr bly wlllberpresent oif Tthal pc casfori jRegularroom Sunday morning at eleven 5clock and testimonial meeting Wed u sday night at seven ocldck The publiu is cordially invited to attend Siinddy April 4 1909 SubjeQt Unreality Qolden Text 9Vhen the wicked spring as llie gratis and when all the Corkers of inicuity do flourish j His that they shall be destroyed forever But thou Lord art most high forevermore Psalm 92 7 8 Responsive readingJob 21110 i HTherending room whi h is kept open daily T Firt aPujblicooCk a m and 30 p m Dr Porter preaching at both hours The Lords Supper will be observed i after morning service tf jrMidweek jinHave Use for Old Piling alNewYork a EOO000 cords of sunken pine piling now lying submerged in the Ridea river and lak sback of Kingston Ontario Canada The riling was sunk about 80 years ago when the Rideau i was nUychemical process into the finest fades of stationery n To Cure Love Madness lr Berillon of Paris says that love Is simply a fixed affective idea and the symptoms are an increased sen Eitlveriess othe left side band wrltiand left temple To eurO it al has to is to set up a counter irrltsr Uontlv the boy or girt physical exercises that will bring into play the muscles of the right side anSi behold to the madness iscurei nThejust retUraedfrom aris where she lad studied under Marclsi and Uncle Walsh who had served hero ks sence befoh de wah was in YHedInto the fPrlortto hear Her sing When she con luded her first aria he remarked Miss Lucy yo sho equalizes a martingale uoiuio BfaBj osie Xpoq mos jo 1UIloqn Jatiei PlltOAaq tlqilUSUattesji 01 UBq aaqjea qouao 8m L3tJ I JJ ua aqL H ieads o xonaq II pug njAi puBiSu Ut iremqouaJj aqjt n osn oj aqw aq Siitreuinq JCmJOI Aao eq g qsu2uawI5elauI ti1lIlUtg UIL Quit Yourselves Like Men Oh doiiot pray for easy lives Pray notayJoitikSpowers equal to your tasks Then the TEveryself at the richness of life which has come in you by the grace of GodLTfie Late Philllpii Brooks IrlsfiThe squirrel fish has acqujred its bytheftshresembles the bark of a squlfrei ThY o seahorSe which is quite common hfalntclkkfnday Magazine Women Then and NOW t9k 9fH ly new to rufeanaliaavan ear- though we be may do not manage to wield so muclL power on IJje whole as the clever womfea ot geneia Lions It miwt txs tgat our EetOti are at t1JtRavages of Flejd Vermin The deprtmentof africuitart esti matSa that he Tavagea btfftferd mice aiid rats entlla direct 1ost 20080 t4iat17 J1i f l UOLORED UOtUMM BookorT Washington is a Baptist A c Portd Methb3ist church costing 54006 was dedicated at Pittsburg last Sunday A colored bahkhas been started PhiladellJliafx paiiy is the name ofa shoe factoiy recently started by negroes at hay cHiill Mass 5VIr and MrsJacob Aiiderson cob red of among brated itheiIW1dS Xis Millie Alexander coloredof Iri iinapolis has opened an establishment for the manufacture of ne gro hair goods The colored Public School at Cov ington recently installed a bath in the building The Zion Baptist church at Louis illehada 78 rally last dayDown RevHin Christian county Alejiiswortli has served as for several terms Ed V Glass is a member of the city coun ciiof Hopkinsville and now E S Porman has announced himself as a eand data for the Legislator subject to the action of his party The First Baptist church baptized tWD candidates in the Christian church pool last Sunday Mrs Wm Franklin entertainedat a birthflay reception last Saturday night She received fortytwo pres ents Mrs Annie Walker of Mt Ster ug whs the guest of Mrs Annie May m r last Sunday Tlie Behevolerit Society and U B ApIiion Tuesday night the 6th Hub Rogers is building on Wash ington and Spring streets Revs T Timberlake and Join Fisher spent last Monday in Lex ngton on bifiik ss George jbheiiijftlt who died at Lex was biuifed at Pine Grove Sue Bell Lon Ella Bates and nnie Rome attended Decoration Day May 30th comes on Sunday this year and as such all the lodges are preparing to havc joint celebratiou and mmmothja- dc tRobert Haggtird came up from Paris last Suny to visit his family and church Through the kindness of Miss Sar lt B Bosley we arc pleased to have he following news items from Beck j jjProfXGhome after a delightful trip to In = dianapolis Ind Mi Thos Greene Sr went to Frankfort Friday to visit hisson who s attending the SNJ L Mr and Mrs JAmes Bosley JujVcj come to the country to live Mrs Howard Brown Jr has gone Winchester to visit relatives Thereivalof Good Samaritan lodge will close the fth Thursday ight itiApii- Miss S I Bosley spent Saturday in Lexington with hoi friend Miss IJFannie B Jones Mr and Mrs G A Bosley have moved to their beautiful home in Winchester on Burns avenue Mrs John Bosley was in Winchester Sat iit ay dri business The infant child of Jno Hopewell died this week to Garfied Bell has moved frOm 141 124 Vest Broadway The fbllowing is a brief aceotmt of l conference that met last week at this Ihdianapolis Rev S G Turner has been reassigned here and Rev John anders to Louisa and Clay City he next meeting of the conference co- ihile hold at Maysville Ky Revs W W Lock and Z Winchester wore new placed on the superanuated list This conference is kuowh as the Lexington distriqt though it embraced Ken tuck3 Indiana Ohio and Illinois Bishop Anderson white presided he conference is on the verge of ho- ounding a school Rev Jas Ross Winchester boy was assigned to o isilie while Revs Simmons and Riley to Lexington and Gonim to ails w Revv L M Haygood is retained as residing EldeV Miss Maranda Taylor has moved Third st etBeMrs Winnie Downey is visiting is ome from Bourbon Dennis Barnes moved on Burns venue this week I Mis JaneBlrch bag returned from Florida he Frank Bucloier has been quite sick tins Elder McRidley of Georgetown has been called to the pastorate of flnlttn o at fie fHiwpodrom Thursday h tt fI 4 t George Gray is arranging to go Wet next season and take up some Government land i- n5oa4Ai tosndall oZ- l X inentls ttt big southi5copjorTho 0 i III- do ticFORONEr5 V 0NEFORNOTHING A THE WiNCHESTER NEWSp AND THE A S OF E TOBACCO NEWSI BOTH FOR The price of THE NEWS is 300 a year by itself but we have arranged to sell one years subscription to both the above papers for the priceof3OO TAKEN AT THIS OFFICE CO Incorporated I up Capital SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS give youcourteous treatment promptly carefully to nil entrusted to us D SiI1PSOUPres T F Phillips V Pres News Order the extra copies now An engagement of great interest here is that of Mrs Frances Jackson Mr Andrew of Madison eoiiiily on April 22I Eight colored teacher will grad uate lin kindcrgafteh at Louisville spring In to Miss Willie dough r of George Frazier teaching in a college she has comjpleted urse in millinery Isaac Gordon is Avbrking at the confectionary Mrs Dan Gratts aiid Mrs W R arc quite siclfF Robert Tyler of Louisville is the guest of his brother Dr J H Tyler Wm Gratts lost a very valuable rse this week A Presiffing Elder p B Hev ldri moved here from Lexington abqut honor of preaching the installation sermon for the Rev AW Jones the new pastor of the First aptist churqh at Lcxlngto which one of the largest in the State Mrs Lizzie Hummpiis und Miss Jane Taylor will a few days for CaliforniaIDr J guest of Mr and Mrs VmTaylorI week w H colored of has announced his in tim tiYe twhiGh certain colored wards n the Louisville v Dr J1 Holmes was called to Ford thiiiteek on ptofesiomiitit- lss 5mtasheof y R e DTOolerane wiUpreSSjTai rod i 300 Year SUBSCRIPTIONS THE WINCHESTER NEWS tYrsjSallie EASTER IS RIGHT ON TOP of us So if you intend any or bythatIotherWhether your plans are largo or small we stand ready to help you out with promptest delivery and fairest treat inentSWE DEERING BINDERS AND MOWERS JRCOAL AND SUPPLY Citizens National Bank Paid Surplus 42000 WE Will and attend and business I Maupin addition Georgia l January tomorrow Wheeler Wright Jawyer LonisviHe candij hacyltorTlepresenfafive disirfet fiftiethI i7pasor A building MARTIN COMPANY 100000 Icaxjedn A IjJway tomorrowami Rev Jno Sanders at Clarkes Chapel Methodist churclu Dave Miller of Paris was in the city this week v Little Miss Louisia V Jefferson of Ccn terville Bourbon county is visiting her aunt Mrs Mollie Jones for merly of Paris The Pleasant Valley Clubenter tained Thursday night at Mrs Mary ljbnsa 1ts The oflieers fthe club ire MrMiry Pleasant President Mr4 Maranda Dickcrson Secretary Hoary Pleasant Treasurer Mrs Allace Pettiford and Miss Hattie White spent three 1uShiLdx ihgton last weekon business Mrs Mayme Dcdk is visiting in Alt Sterling this week Miss Anna 13 Wilson has returned from a twelvcday trip to Ciifichumti tlie gnest of Mtand Mrs Jeft Quis eilberry Mr E Wi Brooks gave a birthday supper at his nome at Pine Grove last Wednesday night To the GraveandBcyond iKim Yiinwlca a Chij fiian vas re cently made the sUbJect of a strange saIl sentence Aft being condeinned for life by a Chinese court he escaped and when captufed he was tried by another court gnd a farther term ofI punishment w s given him Texts fnbm Brer Williams Talkin tout tribulations said Brother WiUIams wen he comes ter my house Imakes him welcome 4n dis way I sez ter Im I does Here you Is an dar you is take all de house ter ypsef An den I takes ter d woods Atlanta Constitution r Iot ofih4esPpuiarlty The Iliw 1s nrlnfed i 5M JIL rr i LT W I O t CUBA T t Organizing Also in the Pearl ef the Antilles From A Sof E Tobacco News Our agricultural station at Santiago dc las Vegas has published a very interesting report about the fut ure betterment of the raising of the nicotine plant in Cuba by using only the best soil adapted for the same after a careful analysis of the soil and subspiL by employing only such parlliclilallyselecting only such seeds as will pro duce healthy and uniform seedlings Irrigs lion upon a scientific plan 13 another improvement which is urgent ly needed and which our goycrmnciity will have to undertake to help the farmers who arc not favorably sit uaicd- A league has also been formed by dealers and planters to help each other in the advancement of the cul ure of the weedas well as in the handling of it after it has been cured follbwingIhlnoo Lretiry of Agriculture Luis Perez SubSecretary of Agriculture Doctor Antonio S de Bustomante President Luis MarxReceipts From the Country JinunryI497 bales Vucltn Aba jo 5303 bales 22 bales SemiVuelta 2120 bales 24 bales Partido 1615 bales Matanzas 256 hales j 402 bales Remedies 10035 bales 837 bales Santiagodc Cu ba 2399 baits 21728fbalSsIduring the past week amounted lc- l9nni bates consisting of 416 Viifilfn JAbajo 475 Partido and 1200 Item tiffIUnitedbales Exports of Leaf Tobacci Fir tilt Week To United States 491fl bales To Europe 938 baks To South America 100 bales Total 5957 bales For the coming season the acreage will be much reduced but tfie quality Avilrie exceptionally good and there should be correspondingly good prices because the surplus of poor stock ha- sbn aborbedTobaccoWbilt1Affectation Affectation is that splftt wblc- hromptsyu to say togietca- re fer creak I lotiI iiiille r fSen duksw rljltt w H thai its milk you arc passlnf ad inlght y thin aIlkattha F7 i I t 1 j j j r b r 2i t Tl WW THE WINCHESTER NEWSru Tpsa F1vi w t 1r a oDbr T n KrSeand Quarter For April 4 1309 THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Memicry rae J315TG Iden Text Acts x 35 Comrpeltary Prepared by Rev D M tearns if tltIIt1Cspyttght1i1e c 1 ese Association Thla t aJI1 coves chapters and si 148 qi4the whole of that por tion Is dFQted tthe record of Peterk and It Is the story of the reception of the first gentile household 0 new company called the- ichurch and Peter Is the human instru inenfritn connection with angelic min Istrya vision and a special message trftm the Spirit As In the ease of specialingsoul The last we heard of Philip fithome8jt and we ctfnuot but wonder why he was Jot jised to help Cornelius but it was neither he nor Paul the special apostle to the gentiles but Peter whom The Lord chose for this service As comPAnyofithe flrst gentile for to him were given tbY our Lord the keys of the kingdom of heaven Matt xvi 10 We know butthekingdom and the church must bo gathered and this age close before the m can come iCornelius the centurion makes us greattcrucifixion Truly this was the Son of God Matt viii 510 xxvii 54 If any man could be saved by character as we hear on all sides today surel this man could for consider what is 31andhouselioldtot ihim of the death and resurreq tioa of Jesus of Kazareth and of forgiveness of sins through Him If tf jiiansowh doings can safe him then there was no necessity for the sufferings of Jesus Christ as the sinners ofb1oQdand there Is no sacrifice but His by which sinners can be saved Heb Ix 22Lev xvil 11 Heb i 3 Acts Iv 12 Cornelius was truly a devout man and Uved up to the light he had and to such God has respect and will some 1T send them more light even though t miniStryTne afternoon as ha was fasting praying a visitor unannounced before him clad in heavenly clothing gheardiwid that a man In Joppa for whom he should send would tell whatJie needed to know verses 3 to sentiwoana Peter Notice In this connection whereWeowners occupation and all other details of our life for all things are jaakedand open to the eyes of Him jWith whom we have to do The servants being on the road Peter needed tr retJt unlawful to come unto or keep corn tpany with one of another nation verse preparehimd d have eaten if anything had been ready hekUQUld be glad ofttimesif some of the woulddoIn ycrses 1110 and see if you have anointedeyes the church gathered froui Jcjvvs and gentlies Iwe are ll but the chur- cmi t begathered from such i Cor downIaboye The sheet was held in heaven VJeare by the power ofGo nn lad due time shah Je as a church i caught up to heaven The fine line suggested by the sheet speaks alwa huIpnssngett v is always to reveal something concern iVhilie e I vision the jnenfrom Caesarea were at the door ingulripg for him and the Spirit having Bald Behold three men Igegk t ee arise therefore and get doubtyinverses ip 20 all was clear an tplal forPeter Haying lodged the strangers over nIghton the morrow Peter and six of tcbrethren xl 12 a party of started for Saesarea Corrielius called gethcr his kinsmen and nea- friends r and awaited the arrival of Pe ter Having received him all too reverently end told him all he added 4Nowmli therefore are we al1herepres ent before God to hear all things that are commanded thee of God 33 What a perfect attitude for congregation to be In and how th soPetermethrHis life and death and resurrec tion and of through His bloo- byltheforgiveneee d ofsinsand that all the prophets had borne witness to P31m and while Jie was spjaklng the Ghost fell oja all whpheard and Jteyspokewithtuti JLud1lJlgnlfled neceivpdI h 4 r7fiTT itiuv f 7 f i Aift tOYS f iJUmalni Mum When Mistaken Firs Standard Oil Manate Norfolk Va April 3H Ji lag Viers the StandardJOil magnate and Mark Twain the humorist who came lere to attend the of the West Virginiarailroadotwhich Mr Rogers is pr wereriguests of honor at a reception and luncheon at the bparjl of trade Mark Twain was first in the line and Mr Rogers was next They stood in the corner of the large green and gold room of the board of trade as greetingtMany mistook the humorist for the railroad magnate and as the visitors passed Mark Twain congratulating hIm on the completion of the Virgin ian railway he enjoyed the joke hugely but In slenceAfter the procession Harsco the crQWd l Jt self in the rear of the zoom crowding out into the hallway and in the corners Then came cries of speech speech and Quite as if he expected it Mr Clemens mounted a chair The appearance of his silvery shaggy head above the crowd commanded inn attentior Ttwas not urftil after he had thank ed those present for theIr hearty con gratulations on the completion of the road that they realized their mistake Laughter and cheers followed the discovery and Mr ftogers was forced to make a few remarks Boy to Walk With Weston Bellefontaine 0 April 3Pearl Mick of Hardin county started on a walk to Toledo where he will join Weston the worldfamous walker and accompany him on his walking tour to California CHARGED WITH USING MAilS TO DEFRAUD Cleveland Man Finds Himself In Gflvernmenls Net Cleveland 0 Apr1l3Samuel Neuman a shoe dealer was arrested here by United States Marshal Chandler on the charge of using the mails to defraud He is said to have been a member of a ring of men who purchased large quantities of merchandise disposed of the goods and then sought bankruptcy in order to avoid paying their bills Indictments are said to have been returned against several men one of whom is alleged to have loaned the use of leis name for the purpose of securing goods on credit and for this salaryiCleveland business man who has a financial rating Due to this in names no trouble was experienced in getting merchandise attorneysGA Philadelphia shoe house claims it shipped 28000 worth of goods to members of the ring and did not receive a cent in payment for the merchandise A safety razor firm claims to be the loser of 1000 worth of goods due to deals with some of the men said to be under indictment Internal Revehues Decrease Milwaukee Wis April 3 Receipts of the internal revenue department from taxes on beer and distilled spirits manufactured In the eastern dis trict ot sconsin in the nJne months ending Y fyT April 1 show an actua loss of 7 5as compared with the recelptthe corresponding period b s fiscal year HUSBANDnHamilton 0 Woman Tells Story of X Desertion and Abuse Sorhdeath by his wife Mrs Sorber told beennliving with another woman and that oldestdSorber attacked her with a chair policesno womantThreatened Fremont01prfl 3A Fremont attorney received a Black Hand letter and he does not know whether it is the real thing or a Joke The letter is written in French and demands that the attorney deposit 1000 in the mouth of the cannon Old IJetsy which stands in Fort StepHenson havingdturned over to the police and the attorney Is sot worrying ITaAn epidemic of scarlet fever has broken out among the crew of the battleship Missouri nuN at Charles to yn navy yard Boston att12000eTwo hundred granite cutters are on inewages from 335 to 350 a day Reports that KIng Edward of Eng BlarritzFrancficial circles John Woodall of Grove Okla shot his sweetheart Viola Lowery and then committed suicide Prince Albert heir presumptive tor thoiB elgiaatlyronehas started on anv j thewCongo i irEi = 7i iY f H AM IUO FSt t HANDY ATLAS OF THEs WORLD n ==F9EE11t i WITH THE P NEWYORK TRIBUNE fARMER 1 11 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aA Nirvana=lost in the great cwhpie of buraanlty thfnkiig of others c g for others admiriiis and loving othersa R SIlltv f t rr I it f r r t L llf cshferI t l Solicitedr 1Dolttjlast n Yltio bVtRigM + A boy was asked to explain the difference between animal instinct and buman intM 8 ce uu w e had 1- mstlacthetdd ire owJi noW everrtkfeiir sre needed tikaow willi out learning U brio weve sot reams Dnd so we jave I y OUrseW4C most blind or besiUnlYersat tit Leaderr 4Sr If We JWHew IiWhatever s to saytiedrk may lee tuiN athful Walt Wh r e J i1 4 t h 4 I IF z f t fr M k i 7YyIvt i Ji o k vitfo cl L1 t 7 t t 1 f i iJRtJ Iftftf +t J fJ 4J f r t 011 Y t h j J o f 4 ttrttt f t 1 ij ii7 Jt ft f tl t li f r h f1t J tt1 v fr i C 1 no q Y i P f tI i5r THE WINCHESTER EWt W W1S THE TIMEJ W SUPPlY YOURSElF WI- THENAMIEL l d WARE Divx We have a beautiful assortment of nice large pieces of ONYX ENAMEL WARE that we are offering for FRIDAY and SATURDAY at 10 Special Low Price 6f 25cts For Choice earlybeforebroken as they willaot 1 a st long at this price GRUBBS AND BENTON t 4 it t J n T aoirAt r jOsT BOY BEEN FOUND ljar MlchigaLakeBroke Was Drowned S ftIFFLINT Mich April 3The body of Harpld Moon the tenyearold bay who disappeared February 27th and was supposed to have been kid naped was found in Thread Lake to day The body was identified probably broke through the ice whe skating as a pair of skates was found fastened to his feet Father is Away CHICAGO April STuman Moo the father of the Flint Michigan bo- is at Detavift Wis in company a Pinkerton detective to which plac lie was lured by a letter demanding five thousand dollars ransom for hi lost on It is believed the write sought to extort easy money Ira a frantic father tl iJr 1tJackTour nearest rival gave me a gold bracjeletr boasted the pretfir gii1 d 1wkl iDd iresent toamorrw r edfaer bthjr r In cau AfcsbmeQinig go14I toe ot iti acI4tq test y r1 Vs WHeD r 1 I 1 1 l Had True favor of the See At a serv1 e of thanksgiving for the IieaChurchto end were draped with fishing n etc whlIelobittipoto and packing bar rely occupied the window spaces A Stampe and Sentiment A morrurutt to Burns has bees erected by tb people of Scotland be slds the auld kiwhers hti Jather wan buried bout talt a mile from the ebttage It Is an ugly affair and the atei rflllye up to selllngr pect cards A thriving business is done by tiw postmaster beteBnetoa HeraJd frA 0 r r S IBE ERECTED SOON Report is That Option Given By J C Patrick Has Been a IClosedSpecial to The News STANTON April 3fir JC Patrick announces that theoption dOut standing onhis cement plant has been uo and within a very shcrt time a large steel plant will bein op eration here A BOYSLETTERF writesnhis as Washington April 1 Dear FatherrI thought IStro nettnttiveY v Thise r hiss lce er vmY M rest nro hen I wont haveto write home for money I want you to put it in the Citizens Natibnal Brink and tell Mn rarer to put tlu tonmy nt and also tell him that this twe is Washington money Write and tell when Col Stuart is coming up here so Ieauo meet him at the train find show bun about floe know whereT live and cloejs he kb the city very well Has he been here heroe 4 If you Come b ng some of pleastamped enveipp swrll you eq It is mYbea new 0 rWlll clq Yours truly remain your son H4NSFORDJETT- Master Hahsfojrd is a P e in Lower House of Pdugtess and is only jthirftnyears of age y r T New Yerke Ceneumitlpjt of Tea New Yorketsdrin tea as ai other things aid 1stlmeted that one pound trftheiierDJ8 consHnaed by each Inhabitant yearly jF 1 i JRUSJffS FUR CLARK DOWDY re Requrt aton fiikr hUiOf Schfol Children DU ng Minlh ofApril The following are hirnstqes ot the several school district in Clark county Salem W E Fishback V r Beckne ill M F Hill Locust Grove Joliin W Moore Providence Dr R B Hunter Forest Grove W E Pinnell MundayBean Rock Hill S J Conkwright Ifcnick W M Wiseman WilhersppQn ws McDonald DooleySMt Zion W J Dickey Tracey R M Embank Sugar RidgeJ J Clover nberryftddville Franklip tC S Wills pbJlrgIndiBubbittown Webb Johnson Ruckerville W E Weldon Vienna James Snowden Pine Bjdge J M Williams Bush ft A JHnls Roundtree C C Johnson Epperson S J Shinfessel Buckeye J W Swope Moore ville S A Shepperd Harris Branch Thos Lisle Brock It T Wright Indian Creek Wm Gravitt Wills MikeRaker- Locknane Arnold Sams BrendenburgHvint Allensville R W Patterson Ford T K Ward The county Board of Education is composed as follows G A Tanner chairman K Wills secretary t rYAllenThe Tnistees In the several school district are required to tka census of the chifclren of school age jiliinng thetmonthfAppl They are com P oft five cents for each name Special census takerS are appointed by the citY Board o at a salary fixed by th Board t theJcolored iri Winchester All reports are Required to be in by May Ist HOME FOR AvlfEW DAYS Mr Garner Smith is spending a few days here after a business tri to Cleveland Dayton Buffalo an NewYork City in ties iittei est of the Prudential Casualty Company of Indianapolis CLAY CITY ji Mrs TW Anderson Jr has re turned to her home inMt Sterling after spending a few weeks with he parents Mr and Mrs EN Wilson Miss Moody Tuttle leffci Saturday morning for her home in Winchester after spending two weeks with her cousin Miss Patsy Bush Mr Charles Kimball pf India Fields was the guest of his brother Mrs John Kimball f Mr Sidney Maple and son spin Tuesday and Wednesday with his daughter Miss Bertha Maple V Mrs Cp a Stewart of Morehead was the west of her sister MrsE B McGlope the past week Mrs Frank P Adams has bee quite ill this week bufis some better courimgtYMr John W Hendrix passed awa ofsage eaves a Misses Lenoir Galbreith and Jose phine llazelrifg spent the day in Stanton with friends Tuesday hanths pastwe much im proved 1rrr H G Burgher is able to be out again a fer a long ifiness J ItiiondanttY a Curse in Clark county Claim fteeotriTrJ pfvr ma4a record trip from London to New York and return She irai gaglieoh city on ft certain day to release her medsetrip 16 days patted spm Mportant dalthe7Aiit1il fterrntdl fTo paraphrase a pro rblU1iLtm ers the PallcHropher of Folly one all ht lay that whet you are with tie Aypiams port should do thinks hiy t1M ADpifp Fa7 t7l i COLLEGE WEN PLAYAPRIL 7 K W Cant State Will Line Up at r GJunwV park Far Baseball Game i The college baseball season is al most at handv For several weeks the men Have been hard at work and now ofyfirst game Of the old men O P Henry re cently eieeted captain of the team for ties coming season is making the best isljowiiig He will be seen at short stop Stone is another who is doing OQqJwork Last year he played with Henry jit the outfield but will be seen onlje infield Norris is putting up secortdIandtvrll pjrobably make good Cald vfi l look food for the outfield The Inefvi mien who are making good are MillersUurgfirst base le who is stopping ev- erX- s thinfibehind the bat and throwing b s n Crockett who has a fair reputation as a pitcher and looks as though he earned it and Thomas iiun who also appears able to do a turn on the slab A number of men are working for the doubtfulpositions among whom are Cannon Cockrell Cuddle Craps ter Qoldsboro Green Ralston and DutyThe first game takes place at Garners Park next Wednesday April 7th against the strong State University team State has had the advantage LexingtonBlueter Eastern League teams and will be- ni the better shape but Wesleyan has strong hopes of taking this first game They will surely make State go the whole route to A1h out BASKET Ml MUNDAY NIGHT 1J i Offeelr Colleg t Gyps m What will undoubtedly prove to be tho best and m oS ieiterestin coftwilK be played by the ladies in the eveningApril5tbTl playeddare still in the same position This would be broken Monday night regardless of trine Both teams are confident of winning The Blues and againsteachgood contest The race of these teams for the pennant was very close fin teamrgame cuff should draw a large crowd Here gonetoThis time the money will be used to thenthe annual iste OXFORD WINS RACE Newsnd April 3fOford defeated Cambridge ineight oared roWing race on the Thames River by three arid onehalf lengths seedDEATHS AND FUNERALS John B Noland The funeral of John B Noland who died Friday afternoon will be held 1lsJjiwill be in the Winchester gravebyqrsrHoward Watts JJR Cole J M Aldridge Samuel Hogan LIt Raney and Jack Wills i r Perhaps Perhaps a wifes tenderness with a worthless hubancLIs governed by th prouegets at a bargain coiin tranterAtchiPOn Globe Ofr 1 it WI Advlce At Uw beginning oit the calk aai at tie eriia e Ji fill but be sv fag to the nrlildletorat the bottom saving domes toojate Let the price feel withaMead be sufficient and erift ealliigrwitk IKPtkel call la wit aeMei pat ku1irtiyUeiLad r 7 rf6t t T Electric Current WeFwnimH Electric Current Day andNigHt for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current for Motors to D0 Your Washing w Run YoUr Sewing Machine Hun Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair Run Smoothing Iron To Do Your Ironing Run Soldering Iron To Do Your Soldering We Furnish Current for All Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for Less Money Than AnyotHer Plant in lientucKy Winchester Railway Light Ice Co t 1NCORPORATEH REPAIRED te EAT PROCTORS CREAM The Cream Thats Cream quantity delivered promptly to any I of city at any time 5 Phone your for Chocolate Peach or Both 59 Brick Cream a Specialty OPERA HOUSE TriAp to India Miss Juanita Rush the prima don na of tlie Herald Square comic Opera Company which organization comes to the opera house next Wed tiesdqy night in the comedy song prefcededthemost youthful aiid at the same time capable operatic stars now on tour Although scarcely put of her teens iiiss Rush handles the most difficult of operatic parts like a seasoned vet earlyandviable musical gift j Previous to joining the v Herald Square combination Mi h was prima of the colonial Opera Company which was duet of the most tjtoured torfreshkuidsi lowest prices a rid prom Phone 118 J P HUMPHRIES SON 4221 SMOfCER V The smoker given by the of the World at their oldge room Fri day night after the regular meeting and the initiation of several new members was greatly yed by the number of members in attend ance Darlger8The on their receptacles may produce deadly poisons Acid fruits cooked in copper or zinc pots are a particular source of Int1imineral poisoning learned that the fine old brandy he carried in his back pocket had dissolved some of the copper in the sterling silver flasks Reducing Weight Racehorse Owner William you Are too heavy Cant you take something off Jockey Im wearing my Slightest sifit and havent tasted food all day Owner Then for TiGSitsrr Where Salmon Thrives todN grow about five times the size they attain in their native haunts Unconscious Soclallsfnv It Is one of the most notoHous tern deccles of human nature to believ tint when you have made use pfo peoples property for a aide tlr loan period you are absolutely entitled to it to the exclusioa of the alepa r Estates Gazette f IIh yl t l I cy r TO HAVE CAR RIAGE BY EASTER YOU HAD BETTER SEND IT TO US AT ONCE Then we can give your work the same careful attention as our invairable rule So send us your CARRIAGE now in order that we can have it ready and right for you in time J STROTHER SCOTT I All ICE Any part the order Sunday Vanilla Phones j donna pehvery WOODMENS Woodmen large good YOUR PRESIDENT THANKS DR HARDY FOR PIPE Clark County Citizen Had Presented Beautiful Pipe to Mr Taft Dr M Hardy of Elian this county has a national reputation for making unique pipes For many years he has presented to the Pres ident of the United States on his induction into office a pipe of origins design The one sent to President Taft is singularly appropriate In propor tion it corresponds to the size of Mr Taft The broad expanse of the bow is in harmony with the front eldIvation of the President In acknowledgement Dr Hardy has received the following letter White House WashingtonMarch 1909 Dear SirIam directed by th President to acknowledge the of your recent favor and to than you fo rtlie courtesy FRED W CARPENTER Secretary to the President CLARK CIRCUIT COURT Jerry Taylor Plaintiff vs NoticeIBurl Turner J A Hughes Shirley Hadden w H NolcmiFWinchester Bank Defendants The above parties to this action an- T d L Nunan and Hadden Tobin are notified that Ias Master Com missioner of the Clark Circuit Court t willat my office in Winchester Keri tucky beginning on April 3rd 1900 hear evidence as to the indebtedness of the firm of Taylor and Turner as of April 3rd 1907 preferences of any assets of said firm at said time the relative rights of the parties roj said assets with the purpose of settling said partnership I will contin ue to hear evidence as to said questions till April 17th 1909 LEELAND HATHAWAYE WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution U the county is the Winchester Rollei Kills Why not use home flour rthc est made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flourhas no ewiaLc SUBSCRIBEr FOR THE NEWS Aim Hlfh In great attempts it is gk Je ear JofaiL Longimw y t i h VliH x 7PT icb r CLASSIFIED COLUMN If you want to rent a pome If you want toba home If von want to insUre your hotL FOR SALE Cheap graphophoaej and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf WANTEDTo buy clean rap AP- ply at The News office 217 =tL WIRE FENCEI stilt 1uild allkinds of wire fence L in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf FOR RENT Two houses NT JTAYLORFOR SALEOld papers for sale at this office 216tf WANTEDTo take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tifn bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65- 4311lmp FOR SALE Eggs from thoroughbred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITTj 109 French avenue 315lnio FOR SALEEggs from purebred Bull Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 317lmo JUNK DEALER Chas findsofCorner Main and Washington street 317lmd STRAY COITStrayea into my livery stable No l5West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tailand mane BIRL TURNER 317ff WANT At once good reliable Boy to learn the printers trade Apply to this office 327f FOR RENTNew 6room cottage on College street with gas water and bath room Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College str et- 323cCldti OSTPocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Re ward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325tf FOR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs at 1 a setting best in the State lts will ipfarrowR R No2 Home phone 860 3261moeroomifk nue Home phone 721 3276f FOR RENT Three rooms suifoble for housekeeping Apply 136 Ala bama street 3276L FOR SALE Black Langshan pg at five cents each NAPOLEON BARNES Winchester Ky route No 6 320lmq r t ORt SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns for 50 cents for 15 MRS BiJL TRACY 264 South Main street 330tfc FOR SALEEggs from Perfec tion S C White Leghorns 75 frogsLeghorns 50 cents per 15 Brown Leghorns Iso Pfewitt Brown 23 East Kasfiirigton Street 13r251mo WANTEDruo PlyMoutli Rock chickens1I Honte phone 379 6 Df Vx42lf BRIDGE JUNK SHOPN oo 26 N Maple street wants jour beef hides rags iron metal and rub her Will pay market prices for all goods J W HISEL 4ihM WANTED Every lady ix Clark who has not received a ttpod tlieSaaitaire bed titlto be given away Saturday Ari114to call at fill store 44 oat tHY are free IEQYJt HALL THE IEIrItV t MI ytir r t f y