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TIft iet ii f t E Last Editionl OL NO 148 WINCHESTER KY MONDAY APRIL 5 1909 I2 A COPY 11 GEM1S t WlEI IT CURE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT EiH CONVENES FOR APRIL TERM Judge Beolon Instructs the Grand JuryCalls Attention to Pool Rooms r and Sale of Liquor in Local Option Districts Tlie Clark Circuit Court convened its Aprir term Monday morning number ofimportant cases are on divisiontfieMcCullum and J D Jones are set for Tuesday of this week The case of Trot Robinson John Dewire and others for stealing the brass from the engine in the old brick yard and Claude Bush for breaking in the gro cery store of B T Burch are of much interest The grand jury is compos ed of the following J W SwopeLJ Ramsdy H L Stevens S T Prewitt Allen Dykes James T EC ton Jame- L Powell Jr B A Tracy YoE Walden Asa Dooley W T Gorden ST Prewitt was selected as fore men jInstructsIn his instruction to the jury Judge J M Benton said t hat he did not know of anything of great im portance to come up before them He called their attention to the new law in regard to gambling on race horses in pool rooms as passed by the last Legislature and read the act in full In case an indictment is returned for a violation the operators of such a business is to a fine of 1 000 and six months in jail as the minimum and the limit is 5000 and twelve months in jail Each day th- businessis e run mpybe termed a sep arate offense He also calledatten tion to i the saleof liquor in local 1tiiefuJ are the petit jurors rjXM AidridgeW N Sewell C J Scot4 tBooneJ H Williams W E Bush SH Shepherd H B Scrivener B ff FlYnn T M Hamp ton Gr Robinson Sam Crawford T C Rawlins W R Gordeh Kirk Duncan EC Ramsey P E Allen W C Brock Frank Flynn S M Mil SMilerAt noon Monday court adjourned until Tuesday morni- ngSUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS MEET Executive Commitee to Hold Session at Methodist Church April Twelfth The Executive Committee of the Clark County Sunday School Asso elation will hold a meeting at the Methodist church April 12th It an allrday session beginning at 930 a JJVaughnvpne of the State fie workers will bPresent to help committee lay plans for the advancement of lire uailaY School work in the county Tlfecommlttee is request ed to attend this important meeting The Bethlehem Mission band will give an Easter cantata Sunday April 11 at Bethlehem church at 11 oclock All are invited T1 i t J F2iL1h4Yi ir v7t- Lr WINCHESITR p L THE NEWS1 f j TOnMEET TUESDAl West Lexington Body to Assemble in SemiAnnual Meeting This Week The Presbytery of West Lexington Presbyterianschurch of this city is a member meets its regular semiannual meeting with the Versailles Presbyterian hurchon Tuesday April 6 at 730 p in The Presbytery is of the nat ure of a court and on that account it is not possible for it to announce in advance the full program of its pro ceedings since it will follow a docket that will consist chiefly of what may be on the clerks desk and such other of church business as may arise dur ing its sessions But there are cer tain things that may anticipated as certain to form a part of the coming meeting either because of the fixed custom of the Presbytery or of the definite orders taken at previqus ses sions Rev Wm Cumming and Judge W M Beckner will represent Winchester The program in its chief features will be as follows Tuesday April 730 p mOpeu moderatorIiitcWednesday 7 9 a mDevo tionalexercises 930 regular docket 1100 Presbyterial sermon by Rev W C Cochran D D of Georgetown subject The Scriptural Basis of CalvinismThis is really introductory to the program of the next day which is given over to the celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the birthof John Calvin and will there fore offer the mopt marked feature of the meeting The program for that day is as follows Thursday April 8 1030 a m Life and Times of Calvin Rev L Muller D D of Lexington Character of Calvin Rev E W McCorkle D D of Nieholasville At 3 p mThe Theological Debt Rev R A Webb of Louis ville The Intellectual Debt Rev C F Moore of Cynthiana April 8 730 p mTho Civil Hon Samuel M Wilson of LexingtonThere be services on Wednes regularson ternoon All the sessions are public and everyobdy is invited to all The FridayThe delegates will be entertained at the various homes from their ar rivel on Tuesday evening until Friday andon Wednesday and Thursday all the visitors will be the guests at a dinner at noon in the Harris building on Main street served by the ladies of the church XX t t Il SAVE SOME OF THE MONEY II THAT YOU ttSAVEiIf you could placo in a special purse or deposit in a special fund all of the moneys saved in the course of a year because of your reading and F answering ads youd bo surprised at the sum total The pennies and Idimes on groceries table supplies the dollars saved on clothes furniture furnishings objects of art china silverware all in a years course would amount to a tidy sum indeed l Why dont you try the experiment fora feAV weeks of ACTUALLY SETTING ASIDE tIme amounts saved in your purchases on account of I your study of the ads Then invest in something you have long needed Iand sayuHera is something Ive bought with money ACTUALLY not theoretically SAVED You will find that all of tins adviae we have B I been giving you about reading and answering ads been sound busi nesslike advice And you will let the ads take a real part inyourbuyingIand your selling hereafterwhich will be a fortunate you and for the town in which you live 1 IIIII IIIIIIIIII-a a i f 0 Ilt Menu s Caviare and Oysters In Ice Cream of CkickeaalaBeiaeHorteue- Poapano a 1Americaine Saddle of Lamb a la Priatanlere Poularde Heine ClaudeLettaeeliep- aragus Sauce Xoutelise Probes Melba Pastry Cheese nit Coffee DECORATIONS FROM MENU CARD OF FAREWELL DINNER TO ROOSEVELT ON THE HAMBURG theteamshlpevent Ip anticipation of the dinner a menu card or rather fn menu booklet gianthlppopotamusgesting the former presidents African hunt The list of good things to eat and the mnalrnl iy ti keeping with the spirit of the occasion WINCHESTER PflSIOFFICE SHOWS INCREASE OF BUSINESS FOR YEAR r For Term Ending March 31 1909 There Was a Net Increase Offl 22337Would Have Been larger But For The Fire The postal year closes March 31st All calculations by the postoffice de partment are made for the preceding twelve months Ollices are graded on the pOtalreceipts For the g postofIficeending March 31st 1909 they word 1481839 A net increase of 1 22337They would have been several hundred dollars more but for the fact that for fifteen days following the burning of the postoffice practically no business was done KIDNAPS THE TWO- KENTUCKY OFFICERS Steamboat Captain Carries Sheriff to Illinois Out of StatesJ- urisdiction PADUCAH Ky April 5WhcrS- heriff Boshop and Deputy Sheri Champion of Livingston county Ky boarded the steamer Liberty Bell a CaptainHurrywere kidnaped and carried down the oppositePnducuh had no jurisdiction Captain Davis was arrested when the boat landed at Smith Lund on charge that liquor had been sol oboard the boat recently while it was landed there He Avas fined 50 and asked the officers to accompany him to the bout so he could execute bond When they reached the cabin tho boa pulled out Deputy Champion took the wheel and in trying to guide the boat to the Kentucky shore the tiller rope was either broken or cut Time boat finally landed fn Illinois opposite here where serious troubl was threatened between the crew and the Kentucky officers who were the out of their jurisdiction Botji side had pistols When the sheriff Avent into the engine room two shots were tired outside and he got out ftLater th officers returned toKeiitiu I itor t t I t r T r tr r STANDS SOME SEVERE TESTS Motor Hose Wagon Makes Long Trip to Suburban Towns on Sunday Another test of the nowdniotor hose wagon of the fIre dpjfrtment waa made Sunday evening Chief A IK Baldwin in company witli couneihiien J Q Boone G D McCullum H H Hippy Maurice Stroud Austin Reeves Vernon Hisle Albert Baldwin and a reporter for The News left Win chester at 215 for Lexington The trip to Lexington was made in 45 minutes From Lexington the party went to Paris over the old Maysville pike thffe us rt streetts county goodtrod it would be in structive for them just to make one over it rThe made in about 35 minutes In Paris they went around to the fire department where every courtesy was shown them by gasolindc 1ueAery va indncss9fDIished and not a cent was charged vitr e party stopped in Lexington for sup per leaving Lexington at about 8 15j the trip being made back to Winches tor from Lexington in 40 minutes sevcJestlrotput in commission iSSlkwk C Flynn of Cia i spent Frida y C Flynn ofCalyx n 1 at Friday in Lexington r t 1 X t r i r lANGLEl SAYS INDUSTRIES OF THE SOUTHLAND ARE SLIGHTED Measure is Not in Accord With Republican Doctrine He Declares Calls Attention to umber Coal Hemp and Her Schedules WASHINGTON D C April 5 Representative Langley of the Tenth Kentucky District who is taking a eadiug part in the fight now going on in the House for a more equitable distribution ofthe protective features dftlle Payne bill made a speech in the House from time standpoint of the Southern Republicans which is attracting quite a good deal of at eiltion He called atention to the fact that the leading industries of his section are either placed upon the free list or given inadequate protec tion He referred more especially to lumber coal iron ore hemp and fluor spar and contended teat the provisions of the bill regarding these in du tries are not in harmony with the doctrines of the Republican party as heretofore expounded by the leaders partyIre for the retention of the Dingley duty of 2ou lumber and said that he thought that this duty should be increased rather than de creased if it was the purpose of his party to give proper protection to this industry His discussion of the lumber question was especially point ed He showed that it is the sec ond largest industry in the United States and more important even than the iron and steel industry in the sense that the ownership of timber is more diversified embracing almost every State and Territory in the Union and that therefore any legislation that would tend to injure this industry would injure a greater number qf Deople than adverse legislation touching any other industry in the country Opposed to Taxing Tea IHe sail that he was unalterably opposed to taxing tea and coffee which are two of the necessaries of life and added that a tariff on these articles could only bp for the purpose of raising revenue as they did not need protection and declared that he yas iiffavor of putting min additional tax upon beer and whisky rather than on those articles He did not say that he would vote against the bill but warned the committee that if the billwas defeated it would be due to the fact that it hadnot been framed in accordance with the Republican platform nor with the traditional partyHethat raw materials should be placed upon the free list and contended that nothing is raw material which has been touched by the hand of labor Tie said that he had been criticised for insisting on protection for the industries of his own section without regard to how it might affect the balance of the country and declared that he regarded this as the pri imiry purpose of representative government and that whenever ho found he was unable to stand first by the industries of his own congressional district for which purpose he was sent lucre he would no longer desire to remain in Congress rTwant protection he declared not only for the industries ofmy own section but for the industries of any other section in which labor is employed I wantprotection not only for the men whose hands and faces are scqgclied before the seething fires tsidesfor those who yorkin the factories but likewise for those vho toil in the clamp and darkness of thttmnilmines rshiPstto the 1Putslaughtersapplause at the expense of Chairman Payne when he referred to the snggcstion of the latter in the Repaought to climb up on tot of one of the Kentucky mountains and see the needs of the b the by comparing the sugI thelSuyior offerebe worIaIFff 4ttc f 4 j J party has made in the Southern States is due primarily to the fact that the people of that section are rapidly drifting back to the ideas upon this question of Henry Clay and of the old Whig party of the South It was the doctrine of protection fRepublicanIt was the doctrine of protection that has made Maryland doubtful State It was the same doctrine that mad Missouri and Kentucky Republican and that lass created the magnificent Republican armies in Tennessee North Carolina which at no distant day will lead them also into the Republican column J beg my Republican brethren of the North to consider this phase of the question which in my judgment- is not only politic Ito do but thief duty to do in dealing with the industries of the Southnot the New South as some gentlemen have termed it but the Old South emerging from the prejudices and passions engendered by the war and the questions preceding it and getting back to her old status againfLet us help b highway of progress and even i some of her Representatives do protest against it let us treat them in the spirit which found expression in the beautiful words of the MasterI Father forgive them for they know not what they do TROOPS GUARD FIRE RAVAGED DISTRICT Fort Worth Tex Suffers TwoI Million Dollar Loss Fort Worth Tex April 5State troops continue to guard the burned district in South Fort Worth to vent looting A relief committee wa named but because of the fact that the burned residence district was pop ulated largely by those in comfortable circumstances the monetary retie needed is small To a party of small boys and a carelessly thrown cigaret is generally credited the fire which destroyed property valued at 2000000 caused the death of one man J J Newton a bank employe the serious injury of six others rendered 300 families homeless and will cause the tempo rary idleness of several hundred workmen employed in the manufacturing plants and business houses burned The fife originated in a barn near the corner of Petersmith street and Jennings avenue Driven by a gale blowing from the southwest the flames quickly spread to adjoining buildings After eating its way through the residence district and reducing to ashes 300 pretentious dwellings three churches and the Walker sanl tarium the flames attacked the man ufacturing plant of the Sawyer Elec trical company This building was quickly destroyed and five large warehouses and several smaller busi ness houses suffered a like fate The yards of the Texas Pacific railroad company were In the pathway of the fire The roundhojise repair shops coal chutes and several tire boxcars were destroyed andI 20 locombJyes were reduced to twIst- ed masses di and iron The burned 4af a is approximately a mile and a half ingth and a half mile wide and while itwill require tays to accurately computSJr indi viial losses a conservative eStiiZ ate itOOOOOljsT MAKEb RECORD TRIP Walter Ifhop and Sara rLiPseomb on mua Robt Bot kin on his motorcycle madflccord ahavlugin ton nt 2 ocock Arrivi r at 10 oclock Sunday night tllCi ft wallda very tired H Highsla greet attemjHta it Ii fiprloHs TM to faULorgiaii i M liYfi Tx Partly IE WEATBIBR closely tIt tU Tuesday celrTJ GENTS subject Officials country MOST CHARGES ARE SUSTAINED Federal Officials Are Guilty tf Per nicious Activity Rwsevettj is Exonerated New York April 5The report et Ytheleague to investigate the matter of political activity on the part of fed pubIgathered current press reports of al leged undue political activity and sifting out the more serious accusa theeparties involved and by detailed inquiry into the circumstances sought to determine the truth committeetare sustained A notable exception is reported in the allegations made during the last campaign to the effect that Mr Roosevelt coerced certain federal officeholders into the support x miomtmnation With his permission the lists of the presidents appointments for a considerable period prior to the national convention were scanned by the committee which finds that the evidence to sustain the charge Is wholly lacking On the contrary Mr Roosevelt is credited with having ad- anced the cause of civil service re orm by so amending the civil service thefc in political campaigns On the broad questions of per- nIcious activity in politics of federal officeholders however the committee finds thatamost undesirable situation exists Of the more than 300000 fed eral officeholders onethird are not amenable to civil service classification a These officers often exercise a powerful influence in politics and consti tute in the opinion of the committee a menace to free institutions The remedy is to be found the committee believes in an extension of the clas sifted competitive service and a clear er definition of the executive order governing political activity In the un classified service It Is also suggested that the civil service commission or some other body free of departmental dictation be empowered to investigate cases arising under the executive order BOYLEs r Pennsylvania Kidnaper Refuses to Admit She Is Columbus 0 Girl Sharon Pa April 5Mrs James Boyle held as an accomplice In the kidnaping of Willie Whltla Is believed according to information received here from Columbus 0 to be Miss Helen Richards of that place When asked in jail at Mercer If her name was Richards before her marriage the woman answered No Im Just Mrs Jimmy BoylemAlthough Mrs Boyle waived exam- Ination several days ago it Is probable that she will be given a hearing the last of this week as her lawyers claim she is entitled to one Denied at Columbus Columbus 0 April 5Chief of Police OConnor denied that the local police had identified Mrs Helen Boyle in Jail at baron Pa as Mrs Helen Richards At the time of the Whitla kidnaping reports were published that the Boyles were believed to have been arrested here sitar hear ing St Louis a year ago but search of the police records here has failed to substantiate the reportv Governor Harmons Policy I Columbus 0 April 5 Governer Harmon will tackle each state insti tution department and commission within the province of his control as a separate problem He will et well enough alone if he finds It If he finds bad enough be will demand wholesale resignations and install new batches of trustees managers officers and commissioners He has riot adopted a general policy of firing alli the present institutional boards and has disproved wild rumors that pitch wahis intention w l Insane Asylum Burns iward Okla April 5Six hunv 9 ts insa QpertOfls were in startdanIng from aralrie sex y e state insane pY behumt were ofafterluttendants The mains g was not touched by the fin J Dentists Office R t= nTeryumft t earade ol c Itzgera14 iYposy des tlMs 1 t y Weir lie p icbb alaM roIMMt of gOIl said to hen worth n30 PlIIs cash J t i- r I I1it r A 1 f1t J 1 1 f 4t 1 Jg tSI T + f v I tTho THE WINCHESTER NEWS tSS t iTjffjW1MGN SJER NEWS 4n ident Nspaper Published by the WinchKter News Co Incorporated OfRct Seuth Haia Street J IWuTchesier Kentucky t OtIIy Except Suricay er as jgecondclass matter oTfoiber 28 3908 at the post office tV WjacNpeteij Kentucky under the f ilSt March 3 1879 7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES- CarrierDelivery Jaiij forifc ysar 520 m wei 10 Payable at office or to collector ry lfHkIMail Delivery M yIr 300 Jx Laaonths 150 S month 25 aatfte in advance o ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch ji tinijB any edition 25 ke iaiaes within one week 50 D weekcontinuously 100 Mfc calendar month v 300 four weeks four times a we k240o- J p fpia weeks three times a week 3 80 four weeks two times a week 120 roiir weeks one time a week 75 iedispounts3 months 10 per 45 ri itMS months 25 per cent one 1Mr33 IrJi percent l Reading NotlcesrPer Line- nMii1eM notices body type 7c1re reading news headings 15n Both Phones No91 FRIDAY APRIL 2 909- NEWSPAPERMAKIG t The present trend in newspaper i w Kng Jstoperst1wie leadcrs tQreicl aricl answer advertisements and to I iBuyradyertised things The News a isVcorrying on a regular campaign yiththat end in view If we succeed 1 infeducating a score or more a month j 6 let the advertisements in these col It ttrmn inntel theirp 1rdh Segt Have added that number tb our cir cuTaHdn to that lpart of our circula tibn which counts vith our adverlis gpaaJifns tjObvipiisly people who read and an Sjver advertisements are the kind of people advertisements ard written fDr c And we fbiiVfr duty after selling j spaceto an advertiser to try to make his use of that spacejust as valuable tb hiriras possible to make his returns J qUick mId genelousas they swill always be when he used a news w aper tfi at is constantly telling its readers now important the advertise jmentsfare tYouShave all read the various ad t vertisernqnts and readers which have appeared in these columns of late toIJ increase the interest of our readers in i aolvertising J this efbrt is bearing fruit already It has resulted inI quickening interest in the advertise is5pntsandhascnabled usjto make new use of our advertis Afg space It is influencing people to buy advertised things It is teaching Jhem that the merchant who advertis escpntiniiftusly and aggressively has passed the spot light test t ThisY campaign of education will gradually revojutionize business in tihgtclty vltvill make it easier for the progressive store to prosper ami impossible foi the nonprogiesshje oho to thrive It is to be an advcrtis igietliis store growth matter HTiDthMOiNES EXPERIMENt f V JDesr M ineims just finished the t 1 first year jLoveInment uu ac J COlt ssI n 5fhaii 7 Vthe pfahas given tlffe city the mgs i5crncient and economical admi stta t liti n ilht-lp it A thfJQr 4he1timjjndts history Dshas 1ived tbinJt incombit not singleatp- prppraioa J1agsbeen esceeded and thre are su g left over in a number bfthefuOld debts were pail by iU but none of the money1 v rmsedby selfuigbon s was appbV i urrait expenses Eycry dc- t rtmnnt was it is sadefficient rhr Among theotiimi ach1eeiiuth vwjiich the coj0Mohksj i credited arc 5 ys deq jMgs with pub- S licservice cop uous Rates on stre etVee tnc lili ts were reduced c rtyear and water L ratcswcre lowered from 30to 20 cenjtsppil000 all6ns Il v Bhe ffirhstona ld Houston experi nowsfamiliar Des Monies which is en gig J in testing the jjlanin North em community where there is no great negro vote is worth watching PUT YOUR CITY ONTHE MAP Loyalty to ones home may he either active or passive assertive or merely defensive But the American spirit abhors passive loyalty and de mands that ever man makeIntelligent 4Suse of jevery opnortiinity tOspied the fame of Ins cmmmmily abroad Selfinterest also would demand this even if loyalty had nothing to do with it The influx of new citizens and new enterprises into a city means greater gpjiqrtunities i for wealth to- allto the old residents as well as tOtiiemicw coiHers Teep your city on the map by paying up your dues to time Commercial Club and join if you are nqt now a member t 41SYd UNCLAIMEDLETTERS- Blunt C G Bomer G W Nt Bailey John V Elli UWilrt L I Hukle Jim Hinds Mrs Bessie Ilillard Sliss Essie Jones James E Johnson J H J liibM t i1i1rfif Keys J B Mason Miss Allone North Edward A M D 2 Poc MrsAnir 1atton Miss Ernie R Pace Milton Rice Oscar Rash Mrs Howard Stanficld Berry Thomas G M iiomasMr Hobt White Mill PcarL IL IL PERRY Postmaster NEAR DEATi IN BIG POND It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death Foi atSiivere lung m intense suffering slip wlitesJnb Sevoral9imcs nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said was incurable Then Dr icings New Disco very bought quick relief and cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa li works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croiipj Whooping Cough nut all Bronchial affections 50c anc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company MOST UNFORTUNATE The Mountain Echo published ai London Laurel county reports tha tit heard a young man that wants the Republican TipmmAtiQn for County Clerk rehearsing the following speech I pave been more unfortunaieflian my opponents in that I have only one and one mother at the time Ilwas bom my smother was sicl in bed I liudno teeth for manj months which required my taking quid nourisnniehf Fir almost a year I was unable to walk and for two or three yearsj never had a pair df trous ers to my name If my distinguished opponents can beat this record of trials and ill1mPesI will withdraw and leave them a clear field so far as 1 am coucerned buti they heat it I feel that I am caunotI your suffrage3J v v GtflNjfWpRE J To the cpjirt house Tuesday April 6that 8 o lock to hear the Iceturjv recital Prof H K Tl7rfquiirtettoUnder siqnaiiy Socictof the Methodist churcUjAtOnssjon 25 ccnts llts p fu sale at PJnhpslwS stand- I r THE LURID GL94FDODM was S e1Ld face hmls r d odofH M Ad7 amsW t a Pa His awful vtomSecz6ma had Lot five years4fiedt41 remedies and baflled t1ocst who said the poised blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writ es his mother seven bottles of Elec tricf3ditfcers rjp5Mjpiotely feured him For Eruptions JSczeEfia Salt Rheum Sores aid all BlDod Disorders and Rheumansm Electric Bitters is supreme Onlv 50c GuarauteU by PhilipsDrnifCiti rtY J1 ThYAWSWANT da RI fPr n f IiIIIIlI fiODY OF BOY h FOUND IN POND Mystery of Harold Moons Disappearance Solved i S15 DROWNED Wmi SKATINfiI Lad Disappeared From His Home In Flint Michigan In February and Was Supposed to Have Been Kid naped Large Reward Had Been Offered For His Return to His HomeRecovery of Remains Pliiit Mich April 5Inst ad of lhaving been kidnaped when he disappeared from his home here on Feb 27 10yearold Harold Moon broke through thexice of Thread pond and wasdrownedThe for the boy which has been prosecuted in all parts of the country ended when his body was found floating in the pond by Bert Robson who had been searching for it there for days A pair of skates fastened to the feet bore mute testi many to the manner of the lads death The hands were covered with the mitten the boy wore when he went through the Ice Suspicion developed soon aCer the little boys disappearance that he had been kidnaped Rewards aggregating 1300 were offered for the boys return and circulars were sent broadcast all over the United States Tu man N Moon the boys father has prosecuted the search for his son far anQ wideSHarolds 17yearold sister Marina was the first member of the family to learn that the missing boy had not been stolen but was dead She had gone to the neighborhood store and hoard the report of the finding of the body Thread pond Is a small body of ter about 36 by 40 rods in area is fed by a small stream known aiL Thread creek It is a mile Flint The pond Is used by tee men Cor their harvest Harold Moon was last seen on Feb 27 going in the gen Hal direction of the Flint river and this pond with his skates over his guldgr When he did not return home fpr supper that night his par ents began a sdajch for him There was no evidence along the riverbanks or about the pond that he had fallen through the ice Then stories became current that a strange man had been seen leading the boy away The police were notified and officers in adjoining ciUes were asK d to be on the lookout fur him i l JUMPS OVER fALLS v Unknown Man Ends Life In Presence V of Crowd atNiagaraSNiagara Falls N Y April 5AnSunknown inan about 38 years mis suicide by jumping ihto the river from Luna island in sight of a score of persons who saw hini swept over the falls He was described as an unusually handsome man weighing about 180 pounds with blaqk hair and mustache i The authorities hope to establish his identity by means of vv childs ring found in one of time pockets of his overcoat which he left on the bridge- Luna falls is the smallest of the cataracts but it has neyer given up its dead Artists Resume Partnership New York April 5Edward H Southern and Miss Julia Marlowe it is announced here have decided to resume the partnership which was broken at the end of tne season of 1907 These two artists will appear together in three possibly four Shakespearean dramas supported by players drawn from their present separate companies May 15 wil see their reappearance in the Academy of Music State Gets Fem Qt Park FremoPt v April SA deed from ColQutl Webb Hayes transferring 11 fCdres of Spiegel prove to the state of Ohio was file1 here The beautiful woodland tnsct tQ be known as Harrison Trail State park will be per manent1 cared for by tho Ohio Arch al9rffcal and Historical society The Mflof Former President Hayes and his wife now in Oakwood cemetery will be finally buried in this park Steamship on the Rocks San Francisco April 5 According Jio ad vibes reheiveaby the pacific rMailSteamshiiT ccMyarfy the steamer fndlana1 bound rout1 MazaUan to San Piancfsco went shSre dunng a heavy fogTnMagdalenabay arid isstill on the rocks The passengers and their personal baggage and the mail were removed by the cruiser Albany and the tugs Fortune and Navajo 5R50ss Drys File Petition Ghillidothe 0 April 5The drys filed a petltion askjng for a local op tion eleotion There wore 4372 signature Only jSSOO arerejiuired but it is believed some names will be elimi nated after the checking up is made The dts want the date cf olectipn 11red for Monday iApuiliSt but the uets wnld sJsi thtltltb he d ltpreceding Saiutday s1 b11h1Imlmtrdtrdlrnrralm P WiNCHESTER OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY On1ybHLMRtCHfSWPICQUETPresentsthe Celebrated ll I Herald Comic CO4c I In the Merry Musical Fun Frolic IJIJiI lit A TRIP TO INDIA 1 HfflHHHHmfflHE3HfflfflfflHHHHfflE3Sii3iSH iIi IiIiOOOOlililililililllJilIiIiIiIiIiOOIiIl I by a Distinguished Cast of I Y Light Opera Stars j IS in Supported by an fi3 t 4 rI1 EIf Prices5Oc 9 75c100 Gallery25c oj Reserve Seat Sale Opens Monday Mbfriin Ap f5ihaf idx NIi1 llYS tjitiirijii ijji ijjiijii iii ijjf ijji iki i m11ll1 l n l1gD D IJ D l1nJDt1 Jnrl rrrrVTrT Tr GREAT SOPRANO AT C i IE MAY FESTIVAL mltMJ Madame Olive Fremstad Will Sing For Louisville AudienbeV Next Month i Special to The News wolmcu Jlu rmtuidojcera today have so interesting jijers6nalilyahd so in pringi5i 1nst ry as has Madame Olive Fremstad the great soprana of the Metropolitan opera house who is to be thcJeajling singer at the ilfav- music festival to be held inuisw yule May 6 7 and SHcrs has been aI story ofQbhiclcs overcome and tn umphs ving until today she is regrtTiied as the greatest copjVano stagetof her ca withGI1LStliSlittleCot1uitF3t town of St Pet cri MinrfJ 21rnie must have been atmosphereiof1 that little school house judging by tliQ ltick mfd perseverance displayed by at least these two pupils q hough Madame Framstad is a native of Sw deu she is in all things essential American having come to this country as a girl She early- sii6wedaptitude for music and taught for awhile Finally she wont to New nfItelher way through choir singing re citals and concerts Then she went abroad and studied under Lilli Lehmann in Berlin begin ning her rand opera career in Cologne She sang with increasing suc cess and iiirlOOB she was engaged by the Metropolitan where she has been since She is to slug on the final qvening of the fetii1amid her appearance will be a notablcinjusical event MET HOpiST CrlJJRCH IAT JACKSON BURNED JACKSON Ky April 5TIme res idence of Wi S Jett and the Metho dist parsonage occupied by the Rev Mr Cook welre destroyed by fire here Saturday tIme fire originating in the kitchen flue of Mr Jetts house The loss was about 3500 which is par tinily coverec by insurance During the one would be beriefitted bytakmgFoleJs Kidney Rem dy It furnishes a jiceded tonic to thcladneys after the extra strain of Avfnlcr and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and caust ing theWo clcmihate the impurities fromit IfyleyVKidney Romcfly im parts newjifce and vigor Pleasant to takthky nlltbuggist 7S TRYANJWSWANTp 1NWqI1ffAtW 1 v V I VYV YV IIiJ RELATIONS STRAINED Rupture With Nicaragua Is Expected at Any Moment Washington April 5 r Indications are that diplomatic relations between this country and Nicaragua are near Ing a crisis resulting from the failure of President Zelaya to adjust the Em ery claim In diplomatic circles it would occasion no surprise if Senor Espinosa Nicaraguan minister to die United States should shortly be told by the state department that the present dif ficulty has gone beyond the range of diplomatic discussion in which event his request for passports would logic ally follow Vote to Continue Strike 5UnionIlasters strike at a general meeting voted to remain out of all plants One thousand people gathered at theINorfolk Western depot upon arrival of 15 strikebreakers from Lynchburg Va whom manufacturers met with automobiles No violence was attempted death of Mrs Fanny Friedman at the age of 112 years was reported to the health board She was born in Hungary Jan 3 1797 and had been ill only a few days Gives Drink Is Fined RIpley p April 5 William Young a fruit tree peddler was fined 50 at Georgetown for giving away a drink of whisky IT SAVED HIS LEG J leAIl thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt llheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at JPhilljps Lrug Store Chance for a Bandmaster Conway which Is in ne eiofa band master has Issued the following adv r tisement He must be a cornet player and between performances he will be required to act as a range minder inspector of hawkers boats and carriages Pvorekeepej and such other duties as tha town clerk from time to time direct Western Mail KILLS WOULDBESLAYER A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with ninny victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by pro vention They gently stimulate stom ach liver and bowel preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Billiousness Chills Malamj Brf teehe and Ingestion 2cfihPkiiips Dfctt tre J TRY A NEWSV WANe TiSEMIENI4S ItfflWtftllSWIfH tn1tn1tn1 m1tmt1 m April Ttli Square Opera SSD2GQDaffiiSi3aiHiasaiHD3EQlaElIHiHiHHiSHEarai5 lJIiIiIiIiIiIiIiIiIiIJliliil Interpreted Eminent Incomparable Beauty Chorus m1lmrmlllmllmJlllmllrmn ExpiresI IIi ywmyv mrv vyv rvyvpV rv rv w 1 ELiCTRICITY j i I W tIputt1ng Idea0night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let nsex plain the merits of this new and beautiful to you and The saving intheconsumption ofelecfrictty EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 730 Rapafr wroK a sp cailty III Winchester Electric Supply Co J I Peoples State Bank CAPITAL SIOOOOO This bank began business less than three years Ago just in the beginning of financial ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been steady growth fro start in the number of our depositors and in of our business We enroll hew names every week We want yours You are cordial1 invited open an account with us Per conal attenion to all business iLH HCDGKIN CashieriJ C BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice Preset CINCINNATI TAILORING CO- mm REDiON Prsprtetofs Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENCH DRY GLEANING DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER PIkIONE 528 If Anything Should Happen WHAT would you do 1 Just this would be wise NOW Catch the shadow ere the sub stance fails- Barretts is the best place for well made photos at popular prices The work of his new lens is as fine as silFII n ATIT T s4 22 North Main st Proof of Bibles Popularity The BCWe ij tljll 5okpq t 1 Jf tsrk3fc f ti it Kerr BIocK 10 N Main the depros the the volume to PROFESSIONAL GARBS J M STEVENSON Attorney AtLaw 60 S Main St Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH BUS Attorneys At Law r 60 S Main St Wfnchtsttr Ky vi Thousand Heads Tor Two Thousazd Hats Wad You can have your clvoiee if yeu como early enough to pick out tlu best sample Hat at 50c on the Dollar Just now received from leading manu factmrert at the- SAMPLE IQt1S ORE 24 N MI jrt HtrNmwHfl Cut Md C rco31- Wood yields oeefowrth oC Use heat of coal cjjarccai about thGtiui heat asicoal d utiro IF fP i t t 1 I t 2 K j J f t 4r i1 3J tlto j t J fd 3rd 2a lf 4 1 1 r lt is tcj tc iiJ1l1 vVN t t r t 4oIItV 1 rv ACcQ r at t c 4 THE WINCHESTER NEWS I it r u HAND BAGSWe have just received a brand new line of the very newest shapes in HAND BAGS all the latest colors and all popular leathers Aligator Seal Calf and Morocco SEE THEM IN OUR WINDO- Wmoo I IJ H BOWEN P = r SOCIETYLectureRecital iThe Ladles Home Missionary So ciefof the M E church South illpresent for the first time to a Winchester audience the Kentucky Wesleyan Lecture Recital Male Quartet Company at the courthouse Tuesday evening April 6 This may be the last chance our f9plewill have to hoar Pres Tay tl rand everybody should come 1 The Ladies Aid Society of the irst Christian church will have an Easter market on Friday and Satur day April 9 and 10 They will have all kinds of country produce cakes pies and all kinds of pastry fancy articles and homemade candies Refreshments will be served each day Little Colonel Readers The Little Colonel Readers had a very interesting meeting with Miss Louise Haggard on Saturday after noon The usual program was carried out after which a delightful lunch was served Those present were Misses Fran Pendleton Julia Gaitskill Myr tIe Spencer Emma Thomson Helen Ford Ada Lee Boons and Ida Walden 4 Mrs Harry Strothar will be bos tSsat the Euchre party on Tues r day afteinoon 5V J Cooking Club The Cooking Club held its regular meeting with Miss Rosalind Ste t venson on Saturday afternoon Ii Games were indulged in until a late hour when the young ladies repaired to the dining room and the delightful refreshments were servedThose present were Misses Marie and Gertrude Bloomfield Vir ginia Baldwin Mary Frances Og den Dorothy Porter Eliazeth Stew art Ora Gaines Allen Kathleen Earp Mayme Scrivener Catherine Hughes Fannie Combs Scott and Elizabeth Beckner r The ladies of tb fit Joseph Cath olio church will have on sale in the Dinelli building formerly occupied by The Winchester Paint and Wall Paper Company in the Opera House Block a splendid assort ment of fancy work candies cakes t Firadill Pure goads Candies Jeweler and Optician and other desirable articles be ginning Tuesday morning at 10 oclock Potted plants and cut flowers will also be on sale atvery low rates Lunch will be served each day Everybody invited- PERSONALS t Dr J T Strode of Maysville spent several hours in the city Mon day on his way to Lexington o business Mr and Mrs Gus Brooks spent Sunday in Maysville Mr Garner Smith spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Hood Smith He left Monday morning for Louisville Mr James W Fox of New YorK is the guest this week of Mr and Mrs Newton Powell Mrs R E Punch and child of Mt Sterling are the guests o Miss Margaret Burke Miss Allan Crutcher has return ed home atfer a delightful nisi with Miss Sara Peak of Louisville Mr W G Shropshire left his Monday morning for Louisville where he will be the guest of Mes srs Powhattan Woolridge and Rich ard Schultze Mrs J B Hampton of 0 wings vine has returned home after visit with Mrs J Ed Gaitskill and family Mr Joe Rogers of Nashville e n3 nn was the guest of friends here Saturday Mr John Bean went to Louis ville Saturday Miss Ilia Stewart returned home e Saturday after a delightful visit with Mrs Roger Barnes of Mt SterlingMiss Laura Granducci spent Sunday in Versailles with he motherMiss Liston spent Sunday in Lex ill ton Mr W A Price of Covington who has been with his mother Mrs M E Price left Sunday for HarrodsburgMrs Ishmael and Miss Katherine Rash left Monday for Lebanon to attend the McChord Hurt wedding Miss Rash is to one of the bridesmaids Miss Lulu Burgin spent from Saturday until Monday with Miss Mary Wood of Mt Sterling Miss Warfield Creshaw of Ric mond Va is the attractive guest DONT FAIL TO SEE US Judging from the tremendous sales we have had the past two weeks on Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds we know we are cheaper than t anyone seert for yourself that we can save you money As we have warned you before dont be mis ed by cheaper and inferior grades Both Phones No 40 Bring us your Eggs we will pay the highest i market price j T4r RW Ronnsavail Goaf SOLE AGENTS t BIers rr IChase b4J Jv n of Miss Sara Goodloe Benton MrC W Burt of Lexington was in town Saturday Mrs Lyon was called to Hurt 1 ington W Va Sunday by the ill ness of her mother Mr and Mrs John Boude re turned Sunday to Georgetow MrMatt Bean was in Rich mond Monday on business MAILING LETTERS One Trick That Doesnt Go With the Postal Officials There are times when for one rea son or another you may wish to post a letter to some one indicating in the postmark on the envelope that it came from some other than your own home town But accordingly as you value the scheme which you are try ing to work dont make the mistake of trying to work the postmaster of that particular town into this particular scheme of posting the letter for you In anything from a harmless practical joke up to a penitentiary offense which you may be planning the postal service will recognize in you only a scoundrelly intent to de ceive and defraud and it has school countryninto that fixed belief upon which he must act For example you have written y6ur letter which you desire to appear as having been mailed at a particular postoffice somewhere in the United States You seal it stamp the en velope and address it to the person This letter you inclose in a larger envelope to the postmaster of that particular town with the written request Please post the inclosed let officefThe postmaster will do this Oh yes ditwrites across the corner of the en velope a full explanation of the mat ter reciting that it was received from Mr Soandso at a certain plnceI asking that the postmaster drop it into the mailas originating at that par ticular jurisdiction itaChicago Tribune WRITES TO INQUIRE ABOUT WINCHESTER As anevidence of Winchesters fast growing reputation as a town where things are being done and where things cnn be found to doa real es tate firm in the city is in receipt of a letter this morning from a large railroad contractor in Nashville Tenn asking them to find a homer here for him He says that there is nothing doing in Nashville for him and he wants to live in a live upto date town The firm is now trying to get a place for him and as soon as this is done lc will in all probability move at once Going where 1 To the court house Tuesday April 6th at 8 oclock to hear the lecture by Prof II K Tay lor Prof Dalgety and the K W C quartette Under management of the Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church Admission 25 cents children 15 cents Tickets on sale at Phillips News stand 452thWINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eaual SURE CATARRH CURE Brings the Forests of Pine and Eu calyptus to Your Home Germs cannot live when Hyomei pronounced Highome is usedI You just breathe in this soothing yet most powerful antiseptic air and relief is immediate It is exactly the same air as you would breathe in the forests of pine and eucalyptus of Australia where catarrh or consump tion was never known to exist If you have catarrh and are con stantly embarrassed because you must hawk spit and snuffle surely you will give Hyomei the attention it deserves when Phillips Drug Cpm pany will guarantee this pleasant remedy to cure all this distress and humiliation or will give you your money back Hyomei kills catarrh germs it re lieves the soreness and distress in five minutes It stops hawking and snuffing and makes you feel like a hew man in a week It is the surest andmost satisfactory catarrh treatment known and gives comfort and relief to consumptives A compelte outfit includi inhaler costs but 100 and extraglfifctles if afterward needed cost bjo90 cents A few minutes times emjty isall you need to quickly ci e nos chronic ease IiJY ld by lea dW driggigts 1 t- J itl t 7 1 ARTIS TURNBULL Jo i fic j f n A NNoJNeEEw ANNL- U j7rr fe l t t f rJE r 5 r rli n SPRINGD iAND EASTER OPENINGI 1J f I9jhlh grade Spring Apparel and Dress Goods krf v for the ladles of Winchester and vicinity for V ll ti i I t 1 r rr r THIS 13NTlrRE WEEKt k i 1 f yt tLt Y V c Monday April 5 to Ba1urday ApriJ JO Neither time expense nor care have been spared to make this the greatest t showing f the new things of Spring tat we have ever gathered together for D the consideration qftlie c omen of this cometUnitrd a cordial d invL tatintocome i f I j Our prices 1enotonly moderate ut ce point to v i afhofecdtic bu- yingiARTIS 7 tSVjS v ft d d TURNBULL IJr KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Plae Grass Lexington August 9th 6 days Rockcastle county August 18 3 daysBourbon county September 7th 5 Fair Louisville September 13th 6 days Lincoln county July 21 3 days Spencer county August 10 4 days Mercer county August 12 3 days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky August 19 3 days Shelby county August 24 4 days Laurel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 254 days If secretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dates ewe will carte them free of charge CLARK CIRCUIT COURT JerryJCaylor Plaintiff vs Notice Burl Turner J A Hughes Shirley Hadden WIt Nolcini Hardman Royce and Winchester Bank Defendants The above parties to this action and L Nunan and Hadden Tobin are notified that Ias Master Commissioner of the Clark Circuit Court will at my office in Winchester Kentucky beginning on April 3rd 1909 hear evidence as to the indebtedness of the firm of Taylor and Turner asI of April 3rd 1907 preferences of any assets of said firm at said time the relative rights of the parties to said assets with the purpose of setI tling said partnership I will continue to hear evidence as to said ques tions till April 17th1909L- EELAND HATHAWAYM Arr P G Fritts Oneonia N Y writes My little girl wAs greatly benefitfed by taking Foleys Orino Laxative and I think it is the best remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orinp Laxative is best for women and children as it is mild pleasant and effective and is a splendid spring medicine as it cleanses the system and clears the complexion Sold hy all drawclsts itTRY A NEWS TEI TI MFtI1 Its Your Business to have the best modern Plumbing installed in your premise s Its Our Business to do just this very kind of Plumbing andwe do Its Your Business to employ whom you please to do your Plumbing Its Our Business- to ask for your order and trade andWe do l Phonel62 GRANT W I I1 C C 30 North Main CHANGE OF FIRM Mr Lee Hardman has sold his interest in the firm of Hardman Royce- to Mr Clay Boone The firm name will be Royce and Boone The old firm has enjoyed a good trade Mr Boone is one of our most popular citizens and there is no doubt of the new firm doing well Fish with Voices The squirrel fish has acquired Its name owing to the sound made by the fish when taken from the water which resembles the bark ota squirrel The sea horse which is quite common Along the Atlantic coast emits a very faint clicking sound at IntervalsSun day Magazine The Baffling Language English IB the only form of human speech of which it can be said that it fa not sufficient to know it in order to be able to use it The Frenchman in England will find it better to speak French The Englishman prefers to try bis French rather than to listen at your clumsy attempts at EngllsbBj It any language has to be murdereC oD1flbodyti q TRY A NE1T WANT C tV Mtrv i 0 JI THE ELEGANC andvariety represent present stock Furniture claim the attention and consideration of FURNITURE BUYERS Buying as we in large quantities we are able to quote the very lowest prices con sistent with fine quality The Winn Furniture Co We Give S H Green Trading Stamps onstructionCoI Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid e ach yar ed in our of all do NRH4Ic csstth Fa- rmrs a- mwch a a- r a On the Basis ofEquipment and the plication of Economics Business Methods we solicit the construc tlon and repairing of all kinds and conditions ofroads public or private struts or alleys Crashed and Buding Stone Always an Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and I Sand in car lots and I be pled to sett sane In anypwiitiltydesird- Tits putting in of all classes of Concrete a PcisitYe and satisfaction guaranteed t CRIBE FOR Tt HEWS SdBSCRlIE FOR THE J v s t t iv sf gy- 3 Yri tf r t Yi1 a V rF v5 V LI P tFur THE WINCHESTER HEWSN t tJ 1 t OFTOFRIENPStays l t Think 4 kiiidiy Thins Express Tiicrn r 1 Bettytonr i h Two Friends in The News of March 13th in which you mention twfriends who have stpppeo lonj enau to saa4 kind 0wiordeeili oin ii ietiTOitL av httle colutifevUrfcdiigliMttie gjveiikdnrr1 grtengetf And dont they feel good wh e vyanytliingpeople who have them to give away J v d6nt of any value r Why do y03jmagine do they think TjqthatFt left to lie unexpressed Why isnt I ties rnodeof expression taught to the childrenI Why dont the preachers proclaim it from their pulpits Why tUionldthe world be miserly of that wliich increases by taking from itY Ii n Indtc1are then oivn fertilizers aifd node ever falls on barren soil Your editorihl does notpresent this subject to me for the first time I have thought of it many times So 4many indeed that I have written a if little poem about it Not much prob abty as p oetry butworth something if everyone who reads it made it his- contfac posibden harmIiSPEAK THE GOOD WORDn weIfForthQfMiidness of friendsComfv bless Our sorrow or loss Neatli the weight of the cross of Its telling our gratefulness It isnt the love that they have in their is 1 IheartSj t fayi torevealrt P wOfFt is telling the lovethat they fceln f W ItMsnU the hinkmg of good to man jtThatt To the famishing ones nIti It isntrth3music in the Of theriiilethnfeeritrancestheeuiV And brings to the breast The spiritaof resfcri v r f Itis only tho musiewo hearr It isnt tHeililie we hide from the w ir trwoSd r1 Sortlie s we keesasonr own Thaltare strewnat our fee J By the angels wentE et Oil biir way to the great White Throne It isnt the RilenceohoIleupexpress is iT4iat heartens and strengthens the V weakSTo triumph tbrough strife S i 5 5orpAWILLIAM J LAMPOON Post it 1L ric nspic o1 s sd I fliatr those Who nmmnyread1J YoursST7l f BAMBTON New York March 17th lOCEM IIKI l h A trip 10 India a Mirth si and song will reig setheht Wednesday night at tlia a Broadoperaway fimvinakersflhe Herald S cbnaicr Opera domp uy will Jcbicr pTjiisthe est aDll Siinet J vehicle eveivsent ontdfNew York City and will be atscap icompu y uf 13verb that can elairii trio proud distincfion QL110t likving clfeedv ibvvohe 3iHg e dining their tic essfuI tour of th country for the past yeas 5Uie principals are all perfbrniers Sofvide reputation who iudludc Mis irrfanita Rini nju comp1shedoun l primadonnal Charles Picquet PAlyd rio tenor ofnoteiJgckLe ie and Ed I1ilor Wellkubw i ii tPeraf V vorifes fiHjn6prltti e PA6he 4 tfn eminent bnrittiiieo ifl aAi rsItiawiaertltCol ii ft ro itlrjilfer- r fi t 1romine eb tS i 0 vH1l FD 8 e ti1U I n or r i t I X ik I W h il xt L 7ML 1 e SS Ia8111 1i tffllRS Have Busy We tk Turning Soil For Early IantihrieU lriS tJf tjjn it f lastSii eekhada great erectoh the grow ng crops and the orchards a4itdrraiti have respondedquickly tothe touch of spring sThebrctiHwrtreB ar budr aingandSfri will bdrinxPiiH Slaomi The heat fieds areiAgreen and tlj tr is growing rapidly Only a time yet and the fanners will prctThe ground for the sowing of onipandititsjs incdndilibn and durin r the next few days much of the spiuniJgowviu will hiAvebejIdonc he clover seed sown more than n ago has come un and from the present prospects pext year there will be an abundant harvest of hayi If the weatheVat that timer isngoodj Ihere will be a good crop ofseed and1 the trials of the farmers trying tc grow enough see to the bomeJ market will be overjWool of Hlafi Quality Woolis of a lietterliltY this year iEtian commonly and th e warm sunny weather is good for it as it will be much heavier and more greasy than cold rainy weather prevailed Tobacco plans have appeared andigood stand isT reported Thore is axproba bilitj of more plaints in the beds than will be needed to supply the acreage prepared for ranting r Gardens have been planted and thetl hotibVds for raisingcsw6etrpotatoand cabbage plants liave been prepared- It will be but a short time until the wagons will be seen on t etl streets selling the home grown pro duce lettuce is growing rapidly arid already some of the homegrown alv tide has been put QJ1thc markettTliof strawberry crop will be a failure and the foreign berry will take the place the local on the market this year Onions peas and potatoes have been planted in the gardens F Work Horses Plentiful Work forscs are said to be plenti fidatfnir prices and the farmers pliyto do their spring and summon orkrThe work of the farther is farther probably than it has event before this stage of tile spring As usual in the springtime there is a of work and time and the have had to put in less onos if han intended because no workmen could be had f WARM RAIN NEEDED 1IN MONTGOMERY CO i J MT STERLING Xy April Cr Farmers have Been unusually busy fbnsideiabla plowing having beep done Mudhtstobk ground has been gt broken and the soil is in good shape The weather has been fairly good onio growing rain and grass in pastures looking well Tobacco plants nrqfJ coming good and strong hundreds o beds having plants up The ool4 mornings and freezes have done nofdamage and unless something unfore4 seen develops a major portion of the e wilU be put out early provid hands are easy to secure Indi cations point to labor being high and a n great de1I1andorkon many new arns hits been begun Hemp land is being prepared Some farmers liars oats and much more will be put out this week Tho tnuul is beginning tit need iaim goOd warm shower nt arils Mmnwn pub tliiit iir1dIbenefit the tobacco plants and wheat rye and grassy Warm sunshiny days are also needed t Gft del s have been planted early is ndif weather iemains favcftable fcarjy vegetables will be on the mm dJiamibs thrMhgr and selling hiighyanda vtrolbriJIgihg 25bhavinghHo saroh i4nnd inystrong demand retail at 6 to Gear eent for fat ons with small shoats bringing v ttJ51J2Ce ts oftrjhead of Yontgomery tobacco in f the pool and all have been accepted The warehouse has been closed antUthe leklance of them6ncyiiaua wily be forthcoming in a few drays where tl inRIc1 tiibutiola BndfBeltleU1entffwi1J bemada yeroIQles you shonla take FoleYsKid lieY Retl st hen and p tt t7 jJtlie t will rreeiycgeaarc ia trouble- maY op 4 b1aUdr sts t ff 3 1J 1ttl lt eYffI1A FroWtloTiistt fiy Rest of Indiana Will Be Dry y End of Year InaianapoHs s lpJ April V One of cantplaIpthus 4 drive saloons out of Indiana will come toa close tomorrow when Cass optlonetectlonl131aekfordcounty will vote on the laueWdTiVtlresam dlCy Petitions fo tedInwill take place in May or June There are 92 counties in Indiana Fortytwo of these have gone dry in option elections and 21 by local rein Qnstranc a total p 63 r The antlsaiodn sentiment has IBTjead like wildfire in this state and the brewery and Saloon lenient has hope of saving very little territory for the exploitations of its business Those that follow the movement do not expect more than eight counties will have swoons by the end of the tummer plomlnent Kenluckfan Dies- Louisville Ky Aprils 5 Colonel Samuel H Stone formerly state auditor of Kentucky died at his home in this city aged 59 years He was one of the jnost brilliant men in Kentucky authority and special cominissioner in the complex Ken tucky railroad rate troubles and a lawyer of note In 1899 he was de feated for the Republic gubernator tai nomination by W S Taylor by a few vo V VALUABIE POSTAL INFORMATION J S McKinley of Orient Ohio fjJostmastersSued the following information with jjheWhen you address your letters or cards with a lead pencil see that the address is plainly written Most let ers lost are improperly addressed ClWhenyou spell the name of the town correctly MnnypostQffic have similar names Dont write Cinfor Cilicinu nati or Col for Columbus When you address Jetter or card leave room for the stamp and post marK in the upper right hand corner jjDorplckage if you do the matter becomes firstclass mail and you must ay letter postagetwo cents anE elor you are liable to a fine of 10 Written or typewritten letters placed in unsealed envelopes are subject the sanl0 rate of postage as when aPoshlopes will go at the rate of Qno cent unsealed provided there is nothing more utile address oft the one to receive it and and the name of the sepder Stamp must be placed on oria elope and note on card when ent aPostinclosed in transparent envelope whether ealedol unsealed must beard twocent stamp and the stamp must be placed on the envelope in CSendrder for if it is sent in this manner lost in tile mails the Post Office Dectmcnfe will issue you another order Send valuable papers or merchandise by first class registered mail the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not xc edi gr2f Patrons of postoffice cinrget better service by renting a box If you have box the postmasters work is light ened and your mail is not handled or looked over like it is in the general Delivery The Post Office Depart ment makes great conveniences for you so do riot hesitate to help in re turn cn you maJ adetterOIp8ckage see that itis tSubstantiqiUy done up The rapid handling of the mails some timeS destroys a poor envelope tor covering of a package und your mail thus lost You should put your name and postoffice on trio package aria ifnot U1 ed it will be returned to you you will have fa repay the post ge unless it is firstclass When you move to another post office notify the postmaster from our former postoffice to forward our ma land notify the publishes pjEyour papers that you have chabg ed your postpffice Letters from the pension agency li bedeUveredonly to the person 0 whom addressed or to some member of his or her family especially authorized to receive the mail Jf out hind friends visiting you Tfiave thelr mail sent in your care Use an ordinary size envelope and hkye on it your return card if itt is not delivered it will b returned to ou and not go to the Dead Letter asihousanetgof letters OO If you tfeeeivey letter br toistakd j and it is not y urs ehmt5 opeir itt Left return it prp ptly ands lfJande opca write 6 envelope i opened bjj nistakt and siifn ypjir name t ci f t r THE DANDELION sr etWhenbegin to cast their sunshine over our ijprthern world a few brave dahde lions creep out to enjoy the warmth Here and there through the meadows their golden disc is seen as complete tthehaving come withour forefathers usimdousan tr 0 dentdelion the French for lions tooth It is thought that the name was given because the medicinal propertied pf jits roofcrwero as great us those 6 4lietfions tpotif which iirj time long past was considered superior to a cureall patent medicine Its scientific tame is taraxacum and it belongs to the great family of composites to which family belong the sunflower chrysanthemums daisies asters and many others ranging in size from forest trees which grow on San Juan Fernandez Sclkir1 s or better known as Robinson Crusoes island to the wee crimsontipped daisy which the poet Burns turned under with his plowshare The fam largestifhaving representatives in every cpn tinent Of these the dandelion has become the most widely distributed species being found allover Eurasia Australiarand North America from zoneAsdandelions roots get busy first n spray of green and much cut leaves is thrown out jspon after come the io flower heads nes thebground until warm weather truly comes wliereuPgiirtheY shoot their stems upward sometimes a or more before the bloom has ripened Gradually the brave little yellow petals fade and fall making way for the pappus a fluffy development of the stigma by which the little seed babies will be picked by the first wind as if they were endowed with angels wings and wafted away toga new land to grow p with the countryIThe dandelion offers many pleasures to childhood The flower after it has oldVand gray headed is pallet by the children who break stem off close to the ground they blow the down off to tell what time it is If blown offewith one breath it one ocl clhow it usiiallyialcets l but four wherefore it isealledffourVclookV The longest stalks when blown through make queer little noises considered sweet music by childish hearts tb whom all things are good nd the shorter ones make glorious link after link and other forms of childish jewelry Finally the stalk when split and placed in water makes curls with which dollys head is proudly adorned In grownup affairs the dandelion takes part a delicious salad and pot herb its root has real medical virtue In wet weather the stalks of its downy head crowd closely together so as tor keep from being blown or knocked off thus insuring their release only on a dr day when they fly Manyparfe of the plant covered with thick fur like ani mats are so as to protect it from the old and it protects itself from the heat by closing up when the sun bet comes oppressive Thus it is a good barometer showing when the atmosphere is damp and a thermometer showing how hot ft is In the old country they have a saying that if the down flies off the dandelion when there is no wind it is a sure sign of rain Iirspite of its carY spring habits and its gorgeous golden color it does not find the place in poetry that many less showy flowers do One verse comes to me which willappeal to everyone who was aveiva schoolboy and with it this essay must close rjTRafnbow3I j The rainbow Is caused by the ray iIof sunlight breaking up Into theh seven colors whenvthey strike the fall Ing raindrops The observer must be betweentfie sun rod the rain to see the rainbow When there is doubly rainbow the Inner one Is the primary wad the outer one which is the fainter is thasecondarq olle Richer For a Change 1 done had so much poVertYsaid Brother Dickeys udat I gwine ter pray fer TOm jn tew in de new year I pine tel git down on whats ref erGmy po ol knees an ax de good Lawd ter make me rich I reckon datll baa big surprise ter de angelsez dey Int lookin fer dat fum mebut I saybytin HMablfriAUnt Constitution MIxedJpHilatlon iit aiogt xed In the world ils pmMbly tHat of Bfiisii uui ana There is admixture ofrFrenci Ditch Sili tfriltsHi coolie and Inc f1 rz r l JUST RECEIVEDr i I 4q 3Iw bA JfjJ tJ 1 tNM im A 4 IiBeataitafiilf Biime of Ladies Washst6ts in Tanst SVi ffiMfeP5 Blue SiPiiDkrand NDve1ty Stripes rang I igvin p4 si fiber 3SO to fl0QO per suit Also new and beautiful line of Ladies Dress Skirts in Voiles Panamas andtJveltips fitces range from 250 tO 1500 r IwadiesvGeir falijf nY4t ed jigH call andvjii spect- same T oI t tI JESSE OWENS BIG PRTMENTSTORE4 1O1 NORTH MAIN STREET n TWO FOR ONE ORiSONE FOR NOTHING THE WINCHESTER NEWS AND THE A S OF E TOBACCO NEWS BOTH F R300 A Year The price of THE NEWS is 300 a year by itself but we have arranged to sell one years subscription to bpfth the above Japer forth price of 300 SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN AT THIS OFFICE THE WINCHESTER NEWS GO Incorporatedt t 1GILBiRT BOTTO FreSh fi Cured Meats J Fish Vegetables Country Produce JOTS PONES OPERA HOUSE JLOCK I W S DOLFHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Gleaned Pressed 6 Repaired We do french Cleaning and Gdaranfee Satisfactien Ladies Party Dresses Socially aTrial and we do the rest All called for and delivered 2f W Court St Home Rhone 65 Winchester Ky CALL ONraea 1lyoaI = j t 7 U2ir t 7 f Pres T R Phillips V Pry r EASTER IS RIGHT ON TOP QriJDIJroingthat time better get at it You caajcct all the CEMENT LIME SAKX Tnua JcroVbethorwe stand ready to help you out witli promptest delivery and fairest treat IUentfWE DEERING HINDERS AND NNKItS eJ RlIIARTICOAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY re Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus i42OW WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Will give youcourteous treatment and attend promptly andcarefully to all business entrusted to us D Simpson IJl A H Hampton J W Poynter biId cSUBSCRiBE FQR THE NEWS SUBSCRIBE FOB THE HaHS n s a1o t wwx rlLrsf a 1 L s r li Fst k c I b7t irJit i jj ri ii t1 i ji f C +r f t j r no r c t j t ja i nr cavo aw + EJNr J JkJ4 in II n t u jJR9it1 r 1 LtO DEATH 1 3 Item eDetroy Historic Mansion In t Vlr4nJareWh r ter Ta April5ni Vir q1j Mlgfcr Carter the Coring daughter of JteeeeB Carter was burned to death- sfat fire which destroyed her home Yellow House at Rest this county one of the most historic structures In the state Both Mr and Mrs Carter were badly burned in a futile effort to save their daughter They are ex petted to recover Yellow House was more than 200 years old and was the scene of many notable events during revolutionary GeorgejrhIgtonirk way to Braddocks relief at Fort SSttifcBne and during the conflict be tween tile states it was the home of Niels Rachel Wright whose Informs tees to General Sheridan was of such value to the federal army during his valley campaign that congress voted her a medal in appreciation of her erVlces i Noted German Actor Dies Prague April 5Adolf Ritter von gonnenthal the noted actor died Here from apoplexy In 1884 1889 glad 1902 Herr Von Sonnenthal Visited UP United States appearing in New York and subsequently touring the leading cities including Chicago Mil waukee and St Louis The prlnci pal roles were Hamlet King Lear Na than der Weise Wallenstein Don- Manualand Mortimer in Mary Stu art VENEZUELA ALIVE WITH SENSATIONS- One i Rumor Says Gomez Is to Resign Presidency t Caracas April 5It is reported that the new presidentJ Vicente Gomez may turn over the presidency temporarily to J A Val tini the sec ond vice president of the republic It eras to Gomez that President Castro handed over the reins of office when tie left for Europe on Nov 23 last Iless than a month later Gome overthrew the existing government ajn pointed a new cabinet and himself becSSe president It was believed that the deposed president would remain abroad but now that he is actually on board a tisteamer bound in the direction of Venezuela whether or not he will actually come to La Guaira the reatest speculation prevails as to his real intentions It is hardly thought Castro w ll proceed beyond Port of Spain Trinidad because there is a certainty- of imprisonment should he debark here and probably death The general opinion is held in Caracas that General Castro will take up his resi dence in Trinidad and await the most favorable opportunity to start a rev olution Count Zeppelin Talks Friedrischshafen April 5Count Zeppelin was questioned regarding his recent trip from here to Munich and back in the course of which he was blown far out of his course He said I sin entirely satisfied with the per formance of my airship I had been advised from many quarters not to undertake the trip under such unfavorable weather conditions but the re suit of this flight has shown me that when a storm swings Up and landing becomes perilous the balloon can remain in the air until the danger is passed HAD MANY LIVES iVquhfl Mexican Tries ManyMethods but Fails to End Life Chicago April 5 Indalecio Alar con 27 said to be the son of a well itrt do plantation owner near Parral Mexico tried to commit suicide by stabbing himself 12 times in his left side cutting his throat swallowing a mixture of carbolic acid and port wine wand throwing himself out of a third story window but he failed At the hospital he recovered consciousness l5L the physicians say he will prob Lb KeeperSDeposit Forfeit GfijjTcfnnuti 0 April 5In order to ress upon the voters the dryness of a dry town the saloonkeepers and liquor dealers of Ashland Ky several days ago closed Up their saloons and turned the keys over to Mayor MatKdwson who is to keep them un til after the local option election which Is being held in Boyd county today In addition tor this they also deposited 200 which is to beforfeit ed in case any one should be seen entering any saloon or liquor store of Ashland until after the election Tt1E1rlEAT Of IT Pre id6ht Taft has leased the Ed vardRdtiinaon cottage at Manchester Mass aid Will spend htor summer va citioA fat that resort Flank Rogers 19 of Gloucester 0 was instantly killed by being hit by a Hocking Valley passenger train Elijah Cn vln67 civil war veteran inZahesville XO jail on charge of alfeiipting to kill his wife hanged hiiiwelf Tr6m his cell door IKhaa Attem Hitbhtock rmltr Vie MtM of t1 feteribf critically ill its Plsehiton ckhop Jnrtax hasCr umed to America from a five months stay in Frac and Italy sts + 7i r MOONSHINERSBUSY Revenue Officials Blame Temperance MovementFor Actlyjty Washington April 5 Officials of the internal revenue bureau of the treasury department are of the opin ion that the temperance movement which has taken such strohg hold of certain sections of the country par ticularly In the south has resulted in Increasing the number of violations of the internal revenue laws in tho distilling of illicit whisky During the year 1908 there were 1130 illicit stills destroyed Jn 1907 there were 1139 and in 1905 there were 1376 but the returns for the nine months of the present fiscal year show a decided increase in the number destroyed the number so far reached this year being 1017 with the probability that by July 1 that number will have been increased to approximately 1300 To Relieve Congestion Columbus 0 April Governor Harmon has taken official notice Of the overcrowded condition at the Girls Industrial school at Delaware At his suggestion the trustees have served temporary notice upon the judges of juvenile courts that com mitments must stop No more girl delinquents will be received until the congestion can be overcome The governor also may appeal to the state emergency board to provide funds for needed cottages The legislature made appropriations for two new cot tages but this will not be enough properly to house the girls who are being made to sleep often three In a bed Haste Causes Death Steubenville 0 April 5 Running all the way to school to prevent being tardy produced a rupture of the heart of Jeanette 10yearold daughter of Attorney E E Erskine and caused her death CHARGED WITH FRAUD Scion of Prominent Kentucky Family In Trouble In West Washington April 5 Charged with obtaining 60000 under false pre tenses while engaged in business at Boise Idaho Roy M Wright 36 a railway postal clerk said to be a member of a prominent Kentucky family was arrested in this city at the request of the Boise authorities Wright who claims to be a first cousin to Representative Langley of Kentucky says the amount involved is only 600 He has not learned the exact nature of the charges but he claims that it was brought about by a man from whom he obtained goods valued at 600 to be shiped to an other party and for which he refused to pay because the parties to whom he shipped the goods would not give him the money Names Four Trustees Columbus 0 April 5 Governor Harmon announced four appointments for membership upon boards of trus tees of state institutions They were as follows Randolph Warner Repub lican Columbus to succeed himself at the Boys Industrial school Lan caster H C Matlack Cincinnati Democrat on the board of state den tal examiners to succeed H G Brown Columbus Democrat Edward T Sprague Democrat Cincinnati to succeed himself at Longview hospital Cincinnati Harry Ferneding Dayton Democrat as his own successor at the Mansfield reformatory Valuable Horses Burn Pittsburg April 5 An Arabian stallion valued at 2500 Fred Ather ton a race horse and other slock per ished in a fire which destroyed the stables at the country home of R C Hall president of the Pittsburg chamber of commerce The fire is believed to have been started by friends of persons who had been prosecuted on a charge of stealing chickens from the farm BURGLARS ESCAPE Two Noted Crooks Break From South Carolina Jail Greenville S C April 5Garber Moore alias Tennessee Dutch and George Barton alias Chicago Army two of the most noted professional safeblowers in the country made a sensational escape from the Green wile county jail where they were awaiting trial in the United States court here on a charge of postofllcd robbery The men escaped by dynamiting the floor of the cell They drilled holes- in the Tock floor of the jail with a drill made of an umbrella hankie It is believed they had outside help To Found Old Mens Home Albany N Y April 5 Governor Hughes signed a bill designed to permit a request made by William Marsh Rice of Texas for whose murder Al bert T Patrick lis serving a life sen tepee in SInf Sing prison to oe used for founding an old mens home at Baldwfnsville Onondaga county Jjices request for the purpose was 100000 but when the estate was settled it was found that only 30000 was available ffiaron Dead at 99 London April 5The death Is an honndedOfPeter Robert fiurrell fourth Baron Gwdyr He was born ill 1810 and was the oldest member of tie peerage His faculties were un hpi dup to the time of his iNth He ttrllttdtl longevity lo mod eration Ii eattng ad and abstinence froia telrreeoHewtneisede in his life the eoreaatlo effosar iSnjt l1lh eovereinf L Ji If t I trHAMMo sIIHANDY ATLAS OF THE V wWORLD t 1 r FREEA WITH THE t NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMERI I HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is completebook publishedIt maps with data up to the minuto Historical sketches of our Presidents from George Washington- to William H Taft Articles and illustrations on tho Panama etc etc CanalI You Need ItSo Do and Daughters Friends and Neighbors TeN Them About tI Sohd iiption THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER at our regular price of 51 00 pox year and we will send you HAMMONDS HAN- DYATLAS OF THE WORLD FREE postage prepaid Do Not Delay Order Otir Is Limited NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER 9s11 Nassau Sfreet New York City HORSE SEED From A S of E News The culture in the of its cam paign the sale of grass seeds found dealers in eleven States last or this number taken from 357 secured from twen were found to as an twelve were all only a trace of seed and two were fescue blue grass and as such offered for sale The of Plant which has of the work of out of dealers who sell seeds the names and the of the dealers who upon in such manner and Dr the the bureau says that since this cainn sign was undert he ruc tice of sellinr has fallen off of trefoil seed its as an only 10000 n teal Qf tq PU 1M 9 1 1I THE FARMER is the most and Every up todate farmer should read the MOST RE LIABLE MARKET REPORTS pages are devoted to each branch of farm Our DE is It is edited by Dr O D Smead tho best knoya surgeon Ja Cost if is 10 Now t 154 Iffffl JACK CarsanFolders PRINIE0 AT THIS OFFICE FirstClass Work Reasonable Prices TheColumns ofTHE NEWS reaches nearly every home in k county Advertise and reach your customers TheWinchesterNewsCo Incorporated ADULTERATED i Tobacco National Department orAgri prosecution against misbijantled adulterated selling adulterated yearI Kentucky bluegrass- Of samples dealers tyfive contain Canada bluegrass adulterant practically Canada bluegrass containing Kentucky bluegrass meadow misbranded Kentucky7 Bureau Industry charge putting business adulterated publishes addresses impose farmers Calloway head- of sdultersjfriiSieeds greatly nfeJiMjxortrilion 3cllow s adulterant slioYvsJjjMjerease pounds t J NEWYORK TRIBUNE practical helpful illustrated agricultural paper- published it- ItcOntains Special industry VETERINARY partihent unexcelle veterinary America Subscription Supply 214000 pounds in 190567 The bureau will gladly examine and report promptly to such farmers as will send them samples of seed sus pecte lof being adulterated or misbranded NightsCommander re futiledasha herd of seven musk oxen on Haien Island off the extreme north of Greenland For two days and nights there after they crouched Inside their snow huts eating continuously and when they had finished the pile of bones outside waslias high as a tall mans h1nu The Law Of Speculation Dig then are given to taklngvpfcoflfs while smaller men are laying a bash forprofits hat may or manot Ybt shown The law of the fishes ia thi sea applies in speculation Tke 1 and the little fish have their respab tire missions and the small ones ere safo when the large ofees nte not hungry Lever That It Behlrd every big tccaiBiplishmeiif tire 1il1f 1iraYi ewebIg Tsui Miebr hart t TRY XEWS ANT J tnTI T fI Time t Fir More I renting to we its in S e Bring me your for Garage with nice WaitinRoom for Ladies Ky iorner and E Us For AEtwi JILT HriM SlTHt Wk- r 1 1 l 14-J IT 1S high that the of this vicif1ty were out that we are the Only Modern Printers Down to in the City of Winchester It is they were to this fact If they would teacb tit ear and the eye of the oublc must come to its the printing which fo do it We ads vantagesThe Machiulir- yNewand Down to I 1 I Minute Type the Largest Stock the Most Skilled WorJonenMoney can obtain COULD YOU ASK MOM We Vain enough believe that have a line of samples that will anything kind this section of Kentucky andnothing gives us pleasure than exhibit outproduction to the users ofprinters ink We would like to call and JJshowyoutfthat we can deliver the gooclsff ci4jN tI r theW- INCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED f Printers of Anything Main Stt New Pho 91 I 7 GARAGE automobile repair or storage I have an uptodate a Chas Hiagan Winchester of Hhian- dSTROSSMANRATLWF iw ESrATEI Bargain Ieer I lkWrr1 Tidrafl C8 Criitiic Xiiidiif MllNlif I MMM EISsJfirtk t 0 r r time usitis Jtiefr of h With Date Outfit time awaking catch hey f fort with offer these the and FOR J are eclipse of more to 6roaiway r n TIN Pr 8 it 6eIFi Vf rcs s r CUlelIS IL 9 flTCftAs ash1erI ClarK County Natl Bank ESTA LJSUFD l86 BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Flirmers and Traders Solicited Collectibns Made on All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35OOOOOO rMerchant Tailor liTO finding IHavipgXeyssclithingmy stock Offer All work uaranteed fit or no sale Sa 3t ADAMSt Mi nt TO il- orT1NTHENEWS JfI It 1 i t wint P 4rlT r Z i i c t 1 i j 1n fr 1kse re or = rH u r i i I i JY firrt i T f i S r tEL pr t b 7 t J Jag t r THE WINCHESTER HEWSSSL JI hr NOW IS THE HE 10 SUPPLY YOURSELF TO ENAMEL WARE We have a beautiful assort ment of nice large pieces of ONYX ENAMEL WARE that we are offering for FRIDAY and SATURDAY at the Special Low Price of 25 cts Far Choice earlyjlong at this price I GRUBS AND BENTON FLORIDA NEGRO IS LYNCHED Kills Policeman in Pensacola While Resisting ArrestWas Lynched Special to TboNcwsIPENSACOLA Fia April 57Dave Alexander negro was lynched hero for the murder of policeman Carter whom the negro stabbed to death while resisting arrest CDL SAMUEL H STONE I5 IN LOUISVILLE NptedKentuCkian Dies After Several eMcnths Illness in Louis Villa 41 LOI IS JLLE Ky TApril 5Col Sarauel H Stonq fl man high in bust iness social a d Masonic circles died ii1 5 30 oclock Saturday afternoon after an illness of several monthst Tho body will bo taken to Rich mond Kyf his fonnef home at 830 oclock Tuesday morning and tho bu rail will take Qe Tuesday after Aeon in the Riojimond cemetery Ho way State Auditor under Got YiUiaux 0 Bradley and was later U1Ct unsuccessful candidate for the Re publican uouuuatxon for Governor CoU Samuel H Stone was born in RUhniQud Madison county Deconx her 4 1840 be xis flftyniue yeaxa of tlc Uq i the fan of pcirL J C Stwe a gEa1N11l owner of Mdi ont wnwt tlQUO ot the tuost influential xnexx ot that seytxoxx of the State In lS6tU at the ajw of seventeen yeah he xxxatxieuhxtevl ai the Vnxvexsity of IM ltwx leauuuy He studied thew two years trail wwxxpletwl his eXl uetaticcta iCeilarWitcrl Stcuae ras X11 mwn iu Cltax- kwady lli atuthr vas a aiati e o f tits c cuatt I i a llau e of the faeus i wUv cRf that xxawx NtkMcs with Ao sua4y i a clot rb er ct tte 1atr Jcatal ilc liaAhct t cl i OttNau1N1 III cnt AK Wlt 0 tY FAST T MH U ut tSlate 31K daltiil 1 111 iil r c ba1Av l w hk anal hiltt l 1 tist t lir ie ta a11 thia a roayaiug YOWIWQIT VISIT TO A STOJfc SHiOLl IE MADE IN ANSWER TO AN Att m TO tAr tft- 1VEftYAD IN THIS TAPER TOUCHES SOMEONrS SELF I NT JtEaT in WOTH WHI4E IOE TlfYINI THOSE THAT DO fr t C RAILWAY EMPLOYEIS IN HEAD Farmer Objects to Cutting Off Limb of TreeJames BoothMay Lose Heafihgr t LBXINGfTOK April 5JoluL employmeritpuny was hot and painfully wounded by L II 3Iatthews a fanner residing on the Versailles pike at an early hour yesterday morning and he is now at his home in Davis Court in this city The shooting vas done with a shotgun Booth vas struck in the right side of the face gird head antfitds feared that he will lose tine use of his left ear as the drum was penetrated by several pieces of the shot Mat thews was arrested yesterday morning by Patrolmen Hall and Sloan at his residence abut tlrreemies from the city According to the story told to the police by Booth the company bought the right of way from Matthews for road when it was first built At that time the limb of a tree which was in the way of the wire construc was trimmed down This didI not suit Matthews and he objected- to the cutting of the tree at that time Since that time the limb which was cut has again grown out It interfered it is claimed with the high tension wiro and the management of company ordered the tree cut again On account of tlio high ton sion to which thu electricity is put no work can bo done around tho wires until after ono oclock a m when tho electricity is cut off Last night at that hour 0 cQ1struQlQl g7ing in charge of Booth went theScene of the shooting to cut the limb When they arrived there they were runt by Mx Matthews who again made a vigorous protest The men who vroret on the top of the cav couehuled to nit at hs reque tmml started KVUQ to twu Mtt w it is said- duril the Tait that he vas objecting vtis tacaaer tO the city than the ear When the tueu h et into the c4ar IOcth- unit scmac c t the Ytt t the an- stcxul is the side loot As the ear- ics ed latttevs it u aid mimed laic lag anti stcit at the toot The I t tcw eiret i11 tke Itt sale ct- i QOth Ae d ritA tt e citrct as tat = eel lie a m ht tc lei tcw- Aarca lty as 1 ss ble aaa l 1 i4s- iraaaaa s a WK Wkt irv cireti tl the oaaci 11taei lcihe w is to cixaL r- ofhip c v iaa try tv m Ic IA1h t Of3rexra1 1 i ria dirt er SUES WEKt nmmim m Ski Nriitr M Cast- It Cl yArt Ink Spreiial to Tltn hews IUNTA AlhhZ Ch Aril s The British ttuet Oak Wane struck a rtid ill Wtstmwstwr strAit apd3 abaila lt in k s nk- iconditioaiTkQ jkpuk and ttysous ales aii p 1 ch r i GETTING BALL PARK READY Carpenters at Work on Grand Stand Players to Be Here April r Twelfth r Owing ttinclemenqy of the weather little has eei clone on jjie ball park but this tWeekiftlie weatli er is good everything will be put in readiness for the Carpen ters were putto work repairing the grand stand and bleechers Monday morning and a number of coUegGiboys are scraping off the diamond The privilege of selling pop and soft drinks on the grounds has beenj sold to 1tliffand Wyatt and the popcorn and crackerjack toS 01 Wilson Tony Wyatt has been ap pointed ground keeper i v The team will begin practice Mon day morning April 12th and the firs exhibition game will bo played yitli K W C Friday April 16th The management is negotiating with three pitchers to take the plactf of Harvard who was taken ill and went to Colorado for his health AlI three have a high rating and either of them they tyiihk will be satisfactory AYrangements ts have been made with Mrs T M Morrow and Mrs W Wv Milam to keep the players while tlijby are at home rr j MEMORIAL PICTURE i HAS JUST ARRIVED Baptism of Jesus Gift to irlst1 Christian Church Now in A v City f The memorial picture the Baptism of Jesus which is to hang inr th Baptistry in 1the Eirst Chrjstitfij church arrived Monday morning is a gift to tlie church from hiesrsc- s ahd Beverly Joucttihi meinoryj of their father rE S Joue tSt RnpgeCompaJIhave presented a kitchen range- e foi use of the ladies of the church Baldwin Bros have presented th large clock for the Main Auditorium t AUDITORIUM MOVING PICTURE5110W- Saturday OPENS NightThree Entertainments That Evening Were Crowded The Auditorium Companys moving picture show opened Saturday night Three shows were put on and the room was crowded each timeTheV management will open tlc show each afternoon at three oclock and at night at seven- ENTRTAINMEkT AT THE COURT USE Prof Taylor and Others to Ente iai Under Ansfcs tf Methtdist Church Lathes An entertainment will be given at the court house Tuesday evening Apt nil 6th at S oclo k for the benefit of the Rome Mission Society of the Methodist church Prof H K Tay lot and Prof Dalgety will lecture The Ks 11 C quartette will render a number of selections ICS Iii- Cwlof FAVi if IE mm S pc pw IMi UwWl st1M t St t r i111SliI GW init 34 s t t ae ciwrt c t the i uitel State c- telika i11 fatir of tha rnilro1 ii the tajmvfttiicm sU ot the milro ul isking that KonUuky Uailroil Cwv mission lx restrained front cariying into eat The oxtlor of tho bomwr- issiolrxirag Gatos oat intovstxtca bus it s uh Ietklael x 1ft CRt ta s M txb ttt4thd- e fer- uUr+iF b at It 1k1li ct Drttf x t 1M blttteRs k Yt Mitt towrd iX flit l tt1ill J l 0IMtk SS l t f er p i Easter Openin Wednesday Afternoon and Evening APRIL 7th 1909 t We take great pleasure in announcing our Easter Opening and invite our friends nchesterandClarkcounty to be our guests We have planned every way possi I i ble to make this a popular trade event We are going to do our Ipest to make your visit both pleasant and profitable We will look for you APRIL 7th afternoon or evening Music By The Winchester Orchestra j Afternoon Program Great Divide March When Knighthood was in Slower Waltz Marceline Dance of the Clowns Hits of 1909Medley Overture 1 tSouthern Beauties March The Rural Festival BarnDauco Are You Sincere Waltz Flower Girl Indian Intermezzo Lazareo Waltz Merry WidowTwo Step Red Reception Hours Afternoon from 200 Oclock to 500 Oclock Evening from 730 Oclock to 9 80 Oclock n these hours light refreshments will be A Stock Display Seeing A trip through a store like is especially so when tliq store is on dress and you are to look to our hearts content without in any manner feeling that you are taking Zt1t i4upanyones time or expected to make n purchase 1 i Sucha trip is too in that you see a multitude of various a dosignra d all that is in house HENRY HALLt t URNITURE UNDERTAKING COMMENDS EDIIORfAL 18 WINCHESTER NEWS Mr W M Beckner Calls Attention to Experiments in Dust Laying In Massachusetts To the Editor of The News You are certainly right in your ed itorial reference to the dust iiuis ance in your issue of Saturday It is the burning question of the to tho eyes of all who walk the I have been reading about some with reference to dust laying in In fTewtowii Chelsea Winchester Lex ington Quincy Dedham Malden and other cities in that State the author chloridencom binations of those articles andall aTe to water The Park Com mission of Boston have found pine tar and asphaltic oils the best pressers of dust they have tried on macadam We certainly need to hold the dust down in our streets and if it is to be done it were yell that it be done quickly I l1 M BECThrRI t WORK IS 1E6UN ON 31 BARNS 51 Cvtofe tf LmAtr It Be Ustd in ak rii 3I1te iSys kuau at Mr J B Ha tfsi EhacwSwf ianu teas mi Lst tby the Lierrdrir Youug ley aaex are eurl iuTb work They M 1tbrrrill c sett irr the c u thiriinli i1 rUroso 1 KTO Six rnions are w t ended The xwrk is lw i IR dnno ender the ron of John llcri nciks who ys the barns vrill lx rlual3letctlwithin forty days Mr llngwill pnt in hundred acres ot tobacco tad tnch lan is in t JctiroRev Jilitii lUikins of ucrmlet bi Ia C1uts 1U a wife of Riwtrldir jrewisi and Its Ge ioytlevrb i aNtS tMt f t p5i ft a Program Sea Swing March Jlu D1D1to ereValtzHunting SconeDescripti- ne Overture Wing Mar- elrFascinationWaltz NapaneeIndian Intermezzo Sweet Tender Thoughts Waltz Two Blue Eyes March lung Sing Chinese Characteristic During served Special Worth large this interesting whole parade urged educational latest furnishings H hour streets experiments Massachusetts preferred sup roads something TOBACCO Slractarts EkMMfitrf Moore eemnau5r ktYYYri jtsltrtlay culreanz three Evening Wing F1eKithtey RemedyCures Backache Kidney and Bladder Trouble- It corrects irregularities strengthens the kidneys so they will eliminate the impurities from the blood and tones up the whole system Commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and avoid Brights Disease or Dia betes 50 and 100 bottles EXGOVERNOR DIES Special to The News LINCOLN April 5 ExGotcrnor Poyuter of Nebraska died of apoplexy while making a speech in Gov thelIERSiSURRENDERS TO OFFI COYIXGTON Kv April 5 Berry Simpson the alleged leader of the rioters at Stearns Ky surrendered here to the Unitd States Marshal Of fieers seareked for hint for four swath SELLS FOUR ENGINES JJlIUSlJlIESS TRIP St liJiMejUfuM busine s trip ta Louisville 1 otTar urzllo trrtt Frarrkfurh Yr gild s th br4roa i anuw lr jm- PrnvL amt xvlwlo out on his trip hr oha four Iirau 1t tics andtaro Grano trodorknrr wnclnuc TENDERS RESIGNATION Eider 11 S Gamma Sunday tV ykrcd his resignation us presto of the Thirst Chr75tinn elnrreh Louisville- to take lfect June 1st El kr Oastt trop is t native of this county where he bas many relatives qnd friends Ills wife was a Miss Pbavis also of l11ta1for Jytr t t OPERA HOUSE MONDAY APRIL GO WIT- HLV1VIA1V H HOWETO Egypt andRussia EXTRAORDINARY SCENES OF SicilyBefore after th- eEarthquake A THRILLING RIDE ON A RUNAWAY TRAIN WRIGHTS WONDERFUL AEOR PlANE FUGHTS GREAT MOSCOW FLOOIS lHEJUCGllIJlG FLY I iYQ 19 EEA OTHER BIGI Each a LMn Reality Diagram tf Rcsenwd Stat at Cisk I1s YOUR PICTURE IS YOUR- REPRESENTATIVE BARRETTS WORK bcacs cloy study aura Trill imierest 311 It sbows tJl- EMSS tSanti Iau under Ids centred thofcoocs that enter iafr the rst knotaM l1Nti tNr RE R PRESS TS YOU AT SOUR BEST ia his pltotognphs awd nis ao d aao hfcwork with rim at 22 NORTH MAIN STREET YYMNn hlmrt TIKt Chinook MlMtm I tro4 c4 t N- ZMJtt v waters tree tlrt H Jl tl0ulc pew abet Iva UtM 11 tMr- att tat uMr the w THEliEMlit v UNtii 5 t yur t J a CLASSIFIED COLUMN r If yon want to rent a home If you want to buy a home lyon want to insure your tome r Iiiw Y FOR SALE1 CKeap graph p lf1i and about 30 records also Hargt Morning Glory horn Address N- It B this office 19tfW- ANTEDTo bay clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf I WIRE FENCE I still build all kinds of wire fence Ii 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 TAYLOR 217tf J FOR SALE Old papers for sale atV this office 216tf WANTED To take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls time bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65- 43111mo FOR SALE Eggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 3151mo FOR SALE Eggs from purebred Bull Plymouth Rocks H JIf PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 317lmor F JUNK DEALERChas junkdealer in old iron and all lows of old metal Best in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lm6i STRAY COLTStraYed into my liv cry stable No 15 West Wasbingt- Oil street a yearling horse coltH bay long tailand inane BIRL TURNER 317tf WANTAt mice good reliable boy to learn the printers trade ApT to this office 327tf1 RENT New 6room cottage qnv isei street with gas water and room Good cistern Pos sion at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College stre- et323eodtf LOST Pocketbook some money- and a card OSCAR VEST Re = ward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325tf FOR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs tffc 1 a setting best in the State xa Also eligible Berkshire gilts will farrow in May J C McCLURE R R No2 Home phone 860- 3261mo FOR RENT Two or three rooms for man and wife No 32 Fitch ale nue Home phone 721 3276L FOR RENT Three rooms fimtafife for housekeepings Apply 136 Alabama street 327Gt FOR SALE Blaek Langsuant egg at five cents each KAPOLBOJTi BARNES Winchester KJV roirfef No 6 3 2Mjov I FOR SALEr Eggs front tionrngfcv i bred sieeonsba iepSmcnffi for 50 eeafe for 15 3fKS BL A TRACY 2tSer Jfcraa sceeiL FOR SALE 5s ftIHZ VesSax tiT SL C WKe Lcar 7i emits per lay jlfe egrs ffwan tfeMiM iUkvii SSsgfe GraBb WBitw Leglaaaaa aBIts pm J5 litLe 21 21Cas Sind 1mM WANTED Pw Fit Zlclew CaM Hwsne lam 35 after G a 43li MIKE JUNK SHIPS 2S S Majfe meat v als year 1Jod aHnha wm 13 zmiht aces tro- txu JWHI5EL 41- FiONDOn Mala street tire gtuca Tsindovr 3uulos Owner caa Stave same l y railing at Skis oiSce apaying fur this advertiscnaiU sl LMTBettt1 rcsifeae ea Barmc tfuteaM ww C mtMA circlu pair silvtrYUMi Pz e Ke tv o Irs Wo L nIS2L t4t 45L t 1t i t r I 7 i t jiJ n lV x w I pr i i 1Ira 4J i jt kr t idM + u ft H r f f r r + h1q r irofJit jcV1 oIrri r T 1 4 to lliZ1 I jTHE WINCHESTER NEWS lJ NOW IS THE TIME TO SUPPLY YOURSELF Wt ENAMELWAREWe ment of nice large pieces of ONYX ENAMEL WARE that we are offering for FRIDAY and SATURDAY at the Special Low Price of 25 cts Far Choice You had better come early r before the assortment is broken as they willDot la st long at this price GRUBBS Ago BENTON FLORIDA NEGRO t P1 18 LYNCHED Kills Policeman in Pensacola While Resisting ArrestWas Lynched j Special to The News PENSAGCLA Fla April 5 Dave Alexander negro was here for the murder of policeman Carter whom the negro stabbed to death while resisting arrest COL SAMUEL H STONE nIES IN LOUISVillE Noted Kentu kian Dies After Several H6ntiis Illness in Louis f villa LO SVILLEIytplil 5Col SainucllL Stone a man high in bus iness socialaid Masonic circles died at 530 oclock Saturday afternoon after an illness of several months The body will be taken to Rich inond Ky his former home at 830 oclock Tuesday morning and the bu rial will take place Tuesday afternoon in the Richmond cemetery He was State Auditor under Gov William 0 Bradley and was later the unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor Col Samuel H Stone was born in Richmond Madison county Decem ber 4 1849 bonier fiftynine years of age He was ho ion of Gen J Q Stone a large landowner of Madison ocuiity and ono of the most influential men of that section of the State In 1866 at theaye of seventeen years he matilculatcd at the University of Heidelberg Germany He studied there two years and completed his ed ucation at the University of Leipzig Well Known Here Col Stone was well known in Clayk county His mother was a native of this county being a Hanson of the famous family of that name Col daugnerison county 1 OLD SOLDIErJS ARE KILLED YiFAST TRAIN Special to The News t GOSPEN Tmi ApKl 5 =Thomas Hite and Samuel Wbrtzeijlaaugh of- Lngonicr1 jit old soldiers were sfcuck and lulled by a fastLalce shore train this mornuig YOUR NEXT VISIT TO A STORE SHOULD BE MADE IN ANSWER TO AN AD IN TO DAYS PAPER EVERY AQ IN THIS PAPER TOUCHES SOMEONES SELF INTEREST ITS WORTH WHILE IDENTIFYING THOSE THAT DO k k t RAILWAY EMPLOYE IS SHOT IN HEAD Farmer Objects to Cutting Off Limb of TreeJames BoothMay Lose Heafingr V LEXINGTON April 5Johu Booth head lineman in the employ meat of the Lexington Railway Coni pany was hot and painfully wounded L H Matthews a farmer re andearly hour yesterday morning arid he is now at his home in Davis Court iir this city The shooting was done with a shotgun Booth was struck in the right side of the face and head and it is feared that he will lose the use of his left ear as the drum was penetrated by several pieces of the shot Matthews was arrested yesterday morn ing by Patrolmen Hall and Sloan at his residence TabouttlireemUes from the city According to the story told to the police by Booth the company bought the right of way fromjMUtthewsfor their road when it was first built At that time the limb of a tree which was in the wayof the wire construe tion was trimmed down This didI not suit Matthews and he objected to the cutting of the tree at that time Since that time the limb which was cut has again grqwn out It inter fered it is claimetf with the high tension wire and the management of the company ordered the tree cut again On account of tire high ten sion to which the electricity is put no work can be done around the wires untilafter oneo clock a m when the electricity is cut bf Last night at that hours coi struction gang the seeiibof the shooting to cut the limb When they a hecltbere they were met by Mr Matthews who again made a vigorous protest The men who were on the top of the car concluded to quit at his requestjAnd started to come to town MattlrbwS attis saidJ during the time that he wasobjecting was hearer to the city than the car When the men got into tlie car Booth and some of the reSt of the gang stood in the side door As the car passed Matthews 1tiis said raised his gun and shdtat the door The shpt took effect in the right side of Booths head with the effect as scat ed He was brought to Lexington as huniedly as possible and a phy siciau summoned who dressed the wounds Although there is lib danger of his hoprobably will Itise the power of hearing in his right ear t STRIKES DERELICT TWENtY ARrMIS ING British Ship Sinking Near the Coast of Chili Many People Are Lost Special to The News PUNTA ARE Z ChiU April 5 The British steamer Oak Branch struck a derelict in Westminister strait and wasabanaqned in sinking condition The p1 and twenty persons are miss j f 4 f GEM BULL PARKREAU r Carpenters at Work on Grand Stanfd Players to Be Here April ITwelfth Owing to thecipclemenqy of the JJcballer is good everything will be put m readiness fOr the players Carpen ters were putto worfc repairing the grand stand and bleec1 ers Monday morning and a number of collegejboysl are scraping off the diamond The privilege of selling pop and soft drinks on the has heen thespopcorn and cracker jack toS Cv Wilson Tony Wyatt has been ap pointed ground keeper The team will begin practice Mon day morning April 12th and the rst exhibition game will ho played witli K W C Friday April 16th The management is negotiating with three pitchers to take the Place of Harward who was taken ill aiidj Went to Colorado for his health All three have a high rating and either of them they ihink will be satisf tory Arrangements have been madowith- Mrs TM Morrow ands Mrs WVW Milam to keep the players While they are at home ri h MEMORIAL PICTURE HAS JUST ARRYID- u h Baptism of Jesus Gift to First Christian Church Now in iiCity ji The memorial picture the Baptismj of Jesus which is to liang itkc Baptistry in the First Chrjlstiipj churcli aiiivecl Monday I It is inSof thenfather rrE S JouottvS r The Favorite Stove and Range Company through Mr T S Bush have presented a kitchen range f6i the use of the ladies of the church BUldwin Bros have presented the large clock for the Main Auditoriums AUDITORIUM MOVING PICTURE SHOW OPENS Saturday NightThree Entertain ments That Evening Were Crowded The Auditorium Companys moy ing picture show opened Saturday night Three shows were put on and the room was crowded each time TheV management will open tty show each afternoon at three oclock and at night at seven- ENTERTAINMENT AT THE COURT HOUSE Prof Taylor and Others to Entertain Under Auspice of Methodist v Church Ladies An entertainment will be given at the court house Tuesday evening Ap rib 6th at 8 oclock for the benefit of the Home Mission Society of the Methodist church Prof H K Taylor and Prof Dalgety will lecture- Tli K W 0 quartette will render a number of selections DECIDES IN FAVOR OF THE RAILROADS 4 JSiiprejne Court of the UnitedStates- Enjoins State Railroad Commission Special toThNewstr14 t lYASHlNGTON Aprils Thp Snt premo Court of the United States decided in favor of the railroads in the injunction suit of the railroads asking that Kentucky Railroad Com mission be restrained from carrying into effect the order of the fcqmmisr siop fixing rates oil interstate bus iness in Kenucky riuttiin Th ContrlBulian Bfcjc latH arw to be substituted for c11Ctn bags at fit Marya church Dover iitinjy on the exprsss froonft tilt en many buttons have bees fottmd tte UtttrrPfll Fall Gazette izit 1 rl 6 i j J i4 Easter Openin Wednesday Afternoon and Evening 7 APRIL 7th 1909r i J j 5 We take great pleasure in announcing 1rH our Easter Opening and invite our 5 r friends in Winchesterand Clark county l Iito be our guests We have planned every way possi f c ble to make this a popular trade event We are going to do our test to make your visit both pleasant and I profitable We will look for you APRIL 7th afternoon or evening Music By The Winchester Orchestra Afternoon Program Great DivideMarchW- hen Knighthood was in Flower Waltz Marcoline Dance of the Clowns Hits of l00JMedley Overture r 0 Southern Beauties March The Rural Festival BarnDauco Are You SincereWaltzFl- ower Girl Indian Intermezzo LazareeWaltzMerry WidowTwo Step SwingMarch AutumnRoverqWaltzHunting Sing Reception Hours Afternoon from 200 Oclock to Oclock Evening from 730 Oclock to 9 30 Oclock t During these hours light refreshments be t A Special Stock Display Worth Seeing A trip tiirough a large store like is interesting so when whole store is on dress parade and you are urged to look to your content without in any manner feeling that you are y U upany time or expected to make purchase V1 Such a trip educational too iu you see a multitude of various i dosign aijd all that is latest in house J r fH ENRY HALLt f URNITURE UNDERTAKING CO MENDS EDITORIAL IN WINCHESTER NEWS Mr W M Beckner Calls Attention to Experiments in Dust Laying In Massachusetts To the Editor of The News You are certainly right in your editorial reference to the dust nuisance in your issue of Saturday It is the burning question of the hour to the eyes of all who streets I have been reading abou- some experiments with reference to dustllaying in Massachusetts In frewtown Chelsea Winchester Lexington Quincy Dedham Malden other cities in that State the author ities have used oil calcium chloride tarvia oil and tar various com binations of these articles andall arc preferred to water The Park Commission of Boston have found pine tar and asphaltic oiUVthc best hiu of dust they have tried bh macadumroadsTO certainly heed something to hold the dust down in our streets and if it is to be done it were well that itbe donequickly W Ml BECKNER WORK IS BEGUN ON 30 BARNS i 50 Carloads of Lumber to Be Used in at Elmendorf LEXINGTON Ky April SThe construction of thirty tobacco barns at Mi J B HasusrElmcnndorf farm was begun last week by the iTendrick Moore Young Company Fifty men are employed inthe work They are living on the premiseS in houses About fifty carloads Vf tn her will be used in the const rifciibif of these Six carloads were unloaded yesterday The work is be ing done under the Supervision of John Heridricks who Says the barns will be within forty days Mr Haggin will put in three hundred acres of tobacco and each barn is in- tendedtoehold the product from ten acres A Rev Julian Kankins of Hamlet Lid and Chas Rankin of oun telareiVitin Mr and Mrs Gerd Ranlseyr RBuelot erstreEt F yrr l Evening Program Ssa five Overture Red Wing March Fascination Waltz NapaneeIndian Intermezzo Sweet Tender Thoughts Waltz Two Blue Eyes Marchr Wing rung Chinese Characteristic 500 will served this especially tJiQ hearts taking Ii ones that furnishings H t walk and and pressers TOBACCO Structures temporary barns completed andwife Folevb JKidrtey RemedyCures Backache Kidney and Bladder Trouble- It corrects irregularities strengthens the kidneys so they will eliminate the impurities from the blood and tones up the whole system FoleystKidney Remedy at once and avoid Brights Disease or Diabetes 50 and 100 bottles EXGOVERNOR DIES Special to The News LINCOLN April 5 ExGovernor Ppyiltcr of Nebraska diedof apo plexy while making a speech in Gov ernor Shallenbergers office at the hearing of the daylight saloon bill SURRENDERS TO OFFICERS r COVINGTON Ky April 5Berry Simpson the alleged leader of the rioters at Stearns Ky surrendered here to the Unitd States Marshal Of ficers searched for him for four months SELLS FOUR ENGINES ON BUSINESS TRIP Secretary Todd of Hagan Gas En gine Company Home Again Mr T1L Todd SQcretary of the Hagau Engine Company has rctiiiTied from a business trip to Louisville effeiSonville andr Frankfort Mr fJ1qd4 says that ibitshiess il1iufihjni proved and while out on his trip he sold four llagan engines and one Crane woodworking machine TENDERS RESIGNATION Elder YoS Gamboe Sunday lin eredhis resignation us pastor of the Third Christian church TjOiiiKvillp to take effect June 1st Elder Garni bee is a native of this county where he has many relatives aria friends His wife was a Miss Pharis also of this county No reasonwasivou- for 11 the resignation t i t r OPERA HOUSE MONDAY APRIL 19 GO WIT- HLYMAN H HOYVETO Egypt andRussia EXTRAORDINARY SCENES OF SicilyBefore after th- eEarthquake A THRILLING RIDE ON A RUNA WAY TRAIN WRIGHTS WONDERFUL AEOR PLANE FLIGHTS GREAT MOSCQW FLOODSI1 HE lUC6LING 20 OTHER BIGI Each a Living Reality Diagram of Reserved Seat at Cook Ie Nurnnelleys YOUR PICTURE IS YOUR REPRESENTATIVEBARRETTS bears close study and will interest you- It shows that HE HAS STUDIED HIS BUSINESS and has under Ids control the forces that outer into the making of a VataaWe and Pleasing Picture HE REPRESENTS YOU AT YOUR BEST in his photographs and it is no chance hit work with him at 22 NORTH MAIN STREET Where Salmon ThrlVcs Chinook salmon introduced to New Zealand waters from the United States theyIattain their THE NEWS rwMAf 53 t year CLASSIFIED COLUMN If you want to rent a home If ou want to buy a horqe fy01i want to insure ouK Uomor r I f tisFOR SALE =Cheap graphbplibnt mid about 30 records also larga Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf- WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCE I still build all Iands of wire fence Ii in the market for Same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf FOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 217tf J FOR SALEold papers for sale atfc this office 216tf WANTED To take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col i lege street Home phone 654 311lmo FOR SALE from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 315lmo purebredBiiiPHILLIPS Winchester Ky Hpme phone 311 317lmoJv JUNK qEALER Chas Zigman junkdeaier in old iron and alf kincfe of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 3I7lm6 STRAY LTStrayed into mYli cry stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tailalid mane BIRD TURNER 317tf WANTAt once good reliable boy to learn the printers trade Ap ply to this office 327fcf1 FOR RENT New 6room cottage Qn College street with gas water and bath room Good cistern Posr session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College stre- et323eodtf 1 LOST Pocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Reward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325tf FOR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs ii la setting best in the state Also eligible Berkshire gilts will farrow in May J C McCLURE R R No 2 Home phone 860 326lmov FOR RENT Two or three rooms for- man and wife No 32 FitchaVe nue Home phone 721 327Gfc i FOR RENT Three rooms suitable L for housekeeping Apply 136 Alit bama street 3276L r FOR SALE Black Langshan eggs at five cents NAPOLEON IieBARNESNo6 P hIPof r FOR SALE Eggs from thoroughbred singlecomb White Le hernia for 50 cents for 15 MRS B A TRACY 264 South Main streets 330tf FOR SALE Eggs from Perfec tion S C White Leghorns 75 cents per 15 Also eggg from thoroughbred Single Comb White Leghorns 50 cents per 15 Brown Leghorns also Prewitt Browne 23 East Washington Street 3251mo- WANTEDPure Plymouth Rock chickens Call Home phone 370 after 6 m 42lt BRIDGE JUNK SHOPNo 26 N Maple street wants your Meet hides rags iron metaland rubber Will pay market prices for all goods J W SISEL41Imp if FOUND On Main street tw ogre window shades Owner dan have same by calling at this ojlice audr paying for this advertisement f 451tji OSTi Between residency on Barns pstirtsilverrinsmed turnto MrS WOIB UWI1 aldspnLr 5t4 1 t 45 2f t1 t it