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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i g Last iition THE WINCHESTER NEWSi VOL ria 149WINCHESTER KY APRIL 6 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEK COUNCILMAN JONES FOUND V NOT GUIlTY BRIBERY 1 I J Itt i1I j a Jwy in Case Against City Official is Out Fifteen MioufesCase Against t Councilman McCullum on Wednesday The case of the Commonwealth vs allegedijibcryin the Clark Circuit Court Councilman Pigg and Boone and Messrs Will Scobee Woodson McCord and F Haggard testified for the Commonwealth After the Commonwealths testimony was in the defense asked for peremptory instructions which refused The defense did not introduce any evidence but rested V Said it Was Worth 200 hlrJ Q Boone the first witness called tpstified that Mr JoneS lad k gold him the election of Collector was worth 200 to him He said that Mc Cullum was not a candidate for the office before the council at the time of the election but that he had spok en to him about it Attorney F H Haggard testified that Mr Joe Jones brought him two notes on the same night that they were said to be given but that he wouldnot take them for fear some thing was wrong Was For Judge Pendleton Mr Haggard said that he was for Judge Pendleton and so was Mr Jones He said that Mr Jones stated to him at the time that he had shown the notes rMr J A Hughes and Mr J A Rn y both Councilmen at the timte bringing them to him He said he told Mr Jones to wait until the next day This he did and the next day he returned with them and that he took the notes sealed them in an envelope and took them to the Winchester Bank where not to give them to anyone but himself or Mr Jones The notes were for 100 each one duCfcin twqlye months and the other Jin 23 months L A Prospective Candidate OMr Will Scobee was the next wit ness He was also a prospective can didate He Said he went to defend ants home one night to solicit his vote and that he told him to go ands e the other councilmen and then return Mr Scobee said that he did mid returned and told Mr Jones that he could not get enough to win Mr Scobee during the convention stated to Mr Jones that he was willing to give 1000 for the office Mr Scobee hesitated and it was some time before all the facts could be brought out The testimony of Dock Pigg and Woodsou McCord was of little impor tanceThe case is attracting very little attention and outside of the court officers and jury the court house was practically empty Jury Out Fifteen Minutes vAt the afternoon session of court Hon J M Stevenson addressed the jury in behalf of the defendant and HbnB A Crutcher for the Common wiealth after which the jury retired and returned a verdict ofriot guilty The jury was out only about fifteen minutes The jury was composed of the following Kirk Duncan EC Ramsey Lee Hardman L T Flynn C J Scott Tom Crawford S A Shepherd W C Brock W L Bush W R Gor a i don W V McCormick and PE AI lenThe trial of G D McCullum on the same charge was postponed until ofhavingmore jurors REFUSES TO- VACATE PLACE Clark County Fish and Game Club Begin Ouster Sent Against- B B Curtis Mr B B Curtis for several years has been employed by the Clark County Fish and Game Club as Warden Mr Curtis was popular but because of his advanced age he was unable to attend to the duties The club decided to make a change and employed Mr Lawrence Clark but Mr Curtis declined to give pos session An ouster suit was brought in Judge Evans court Tuesday By compromise an agreed judgment was entered by which Mr Curtis gives im mediate possession of the grounds and the residence April 19th LOCAL PEOPLE TO ATTEND PRESBYTERY 400th Anniversary of Birth of John Calvin to Be Celebrated Tuesday Night The West Lexington Presbytery of ofiStates will convene in Versailles Tuesday night at 730 oclock The Presbytery includes several counties around Winchester and the meeting will be one of considerable magnitude Included in this session will be a celebration of the 400th an niversardy of the birth of John Calvin Several great addresses will be made in this anniversary celebration and an unusually large attendance is expectedThe Lexington Presbytery meets semiannually and the meetings always begin on Tuesday evening lasting till Thursday evening or Fri day morning Rev Wm Cumming and Judge Beckner will attend from the First Presbyterian church FARMER HAS CLOSE CALL RICHMOND Ky April 6While driving to the country the horse of Mr P M Pope of this city became frightened and running away threw him out an ddemolished a new buggy With the exception of several bruises Mr Pope escaped with no serious injuries r s SAVE SOME OF THE MONEY THAT YOU SAVE If you could place 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 answering ads youd be surprised at tim sum total The pennies and dimes 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 Why dont you try the experiment for afew weeks of ACTUALLY SETTING ASIDE the amounts saved in your purchases on account of your study of the ads Thou invest in something yon have long needed and say Hero is something Ive bought with money ACTUALLY not theoretically SAVED You will find that all of this adviae we have been giving you about reading and answering ads has been sound businesslike advice And you will let the ads take a real part in yourbuying and your selling hereafter which will be a fortunate circumstance for you and for the torn in which you live I iaI f i i j rl 4 f DUKE AND DUCHESS OF ACSTA WHO GAVE A DINNER IN HONOR OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT Theodore Roosevelt was the guest of honor at a dinner given by the Duke and Duchess of Aosta upon his arrival at Naples on ills way to Africa Ker cordiallyinf1c11yCAPT TODD HAll MUCH BETTER Many Friends in Winchester Are Glad to Know of His Restoration to Health Captain Tod Hall who was very illntthe Confederate Home camp back to Winchester and recovered almost immediately The many friends of the great Imrmpniser are glad to see him on the streets When the Captain thought he was going to die he sent word to the Confederate Veterans and the Union G A R Post that he wanted them to jointly bury him Rebs and Yanks both want to put it off as long as ijos sibleLfARMERS CLUB MEETS SATURDAY Prof George Roberts of Experimental Station Will Talk on Fertilizers Prof George Roberts of the Ken tucky Agricultural Experiment Sta tion will address the Clark Cpunty Farmers Club at the court house on Saturday afternoon at 130 oclock Prof Roberts is an expert on fertiliz ers and will make that important and timely matter the subject of his ad dress Every farther in the coun ty is interested in fertilizer and if they want to know how to buy and use fertilizer should not fail todiear Prof Roberts The lecture is free to all p WANTS EXPERIMENT STATION IN STATE Representative Stanley Introduces Bill in Congress Asking For 30000 WASHINGTON April Glior some time past the Department of Agriculture at Washington has been conducting experiments with corn stalks with relation to its availability for use in the manufacture of paper Now Stanley of Kentucky has introduced a bill asking for an appropriation of 30000 to enable the Secretary to conduct experiments to determine the practica bility of making paper material out of corn stalks and to put in opera tion and improve the processes now in use fo rthat purpose Mr Stanley evidently wants to personally watch the progress of the experiments for he has included a provision that the said buildings and site shall be secured at or near Hen derson Ky his home town Born April 5th to Mr JohnR Pace and tiifeanine and one halfpound girt f SPRINKLERS ON MAIN STREET Fire Department Gives Welcome Re lief to Many Business Men- The fire department mi the order of the city authorities ivytdown most of the court houso block on Main Street Tuesday morning It was a welcome relief to matiyMain Street merchants and to the who were on the streets and who were compelled to meet the clouds of dust CYCLONE HITS CITY OF MARION Methodist Church and Number of Buildings Are Completely Demolished Special to The News MARION Ill April GA cyclone struck this city at five this morning The Methodist church and a number of squarebwere demolished It is believedno one is killed Two persons wero IviJJod at Pitts burg Village northeast if here residences being razed Many persons were injured in Marion BIG SALE ON AT J1T1 LUMAN Lace Curtains Go With Rush and Store is Crowded All DayI Monday J T Luman started his big ten day sale Monday with a specialof lace curtains on that day Mr Lu man and his assistants were busy all day attending to the trade that was attracted by his big advertisements He did a corking business He sjiys that many cu timers come in whom he had never seeo ui the store before MR SETH S BECKNER EXPECTED ON VISIT Will Be Guest of His Father Judge Bcckher For Few Days Mr Seth S Beckner who is a clerk in the Quartermaster Department of the United States Army and for the past two years has been stationed in Havana Cuba arrives Tuesday night to be the guest fqr a feufc days of his father Judge W M Beckner HOECROW r 0Mr Benjamin Noe iand Miss Maria Louisa Crow ft werecmarried in the Count morning by Ewer J1tr Rush r t if iJ if i af J r 1 OPENING GAME J UN WEDNESDAY iKentucky Wesleyan Nine to Line Up Against State College Team- Wednesdayat Garners Park the the Kentucky Wesleyan baseball team will cross bats with State College State comes with a good record so far having won from the Lexington Blue Grass League and the Louis ville High School The local team is not worrying at all about the result They have put in good faithful work and while all the positions are not filled as they might be the team is in good shape for this time of the season Captain Henry will cover short and very little will get around him Tom Crockett will land up a choice assortment of slants calculated tomake States men practice Indian Club work Eagle will receive all offerings behind the bat Maurice Aitkin will take care of the quick putout route at first and either Norris or Green at second Norris will have the call because of his greater experience Third is still in doubt Ralston and Cockrell are fighting it out for tIle place and both will get a show Ral ston will very likely begin the game Stone will cover left field with Can non in center If Norris plays sec ond Green will fill right field for part of the game and Caldwell the bal ance lif iTuesdays light practice will be given the men at the field and then they will wait to hand out a hot nigh ment to the State aggregation CABLE BREAKS TWO ARE KILLED J Car Plunges Down Steep Incline in Pittsburg Tuesday Morning Special to The News PITTSBURG Pa April Albert Klenborger aged 15 and Arthur Miller aged 10 were killed and six oth ers injured when a car broke away on the St Clair incline today and plung ed to the bottom the cable snapping CASTRO IS TO BE DENIED LANDING State Department Requests British Government Not to Allow Him to Land Special to The News a PORT OF SPAIN Trinadatl Apli- lGAt the urgent request of the State department at Washington the Brit ish government decided not to per mit Castro to land at Trinadad The steamer Guadaloupe with Castro on board is due here April 10th IMPROVEMENTS NOTICED MrW T Haggard Thomas of Hamilton Ohio stopped off in this city Monday to mingle with old friends a short time He will leave Lexington Tuesday via Q C on a business trip to several interesting points in Florida Mr Haggard states that Winchester is certainly fast ranking to the front as a metropolis and that it is certainly very gratifying to him to note the many improvements notice able on every side as he walks about our city He considers that the civic pride and public interest has evident ly permeated our loyal citizens and all are working for a better cleaner and more beautiful Winchester Mr Haggard states that lie is proud to recognize Winchester as his old home avid he hopes the civic pride of our citizens and the excellent work of our Commercial Club will ever continue and prosper Mr Haggard has been very suc cessful since leaving pur cityand we likewise wish for him continued w prosperity STATEWIDE LAW VALID Ala April 6 The State Supreme Court declared the Statewide prohibition law valid all the judges concurring t lit i t KILL ATTORNEY LAND CASE ope Hill is Third Victim in Dodge LitigationFound Dead In Office =McRae Ga April 6 That Pope Hill a prominent attorney of Macon is the third victim of an assassin in the now celebrated Dodge land case Is the belief of me authorities of this county The coroners jury after a careful examination declared that Hill was murdered by parties un was found dead in the office of a local attorney a bullet in his brain and a revolver with one chamber dis charged grasped in his right hand The condition of the office indicated a desperate struggle The stove had been turned over the coal scuttle was crushed and the furniturewas broken On the floor lay an unfinished court motion in the Dodge case drawn by the dead lawyer which he came here to file When his body was searched a note addressed to him at Macon was found It was written in a childish hand and said Pope Hill The next time you in terfere with our settlement you will be broke Instead of a signature there was a rudely drawn skull and crossbones The authorities believe that Hill received other threatsafter he arrived here which impelled him to buy the revolverThe of deaths and injuries in the Dodge land suit began in 1891 In that year Captain John C For sythe who represented the N W Dodge estate was assassinated Af ter a six weeks trial five men were sent to prison for life for the crime Soon after this Lucius Williams one of the claimants attorneys was kill ed and for weeks the entire county was in a state of great excitement Since then there have been numerous encounters growing out of the case in which the participants received severe gunshot or stab wounds The Dodge lands cover some 400 00 acres in Pulaski Dodge Telfair and Lawrence counties The title rest ed on some ancient land grants and since 1882 there has ben continuous litigation over their ownership Many partsieviction was attempted The Dodge heirs were kept busy protecting their title and dispossessing squatters RAin BLIND TIGER Murder and Suicide Arouses People of Mayfield Ky Mayfield Ky April 6A posse of 100 citizens headed by county officers and all the ministers of the city marched on an alleged blind tiger in the east edge of the town After breaking down the doors they confis cated 12 gallons of whisky and after a prayer by one of the ministers the party marched through the streets and visited a second place The crusade follows the killing of Jesse Cooley a prominent clay mine owner and the suicide of a prominent man while drunk- Nicaragua to Settle Claim Washington April 6Prospects are said to be excellent for settling the dispute between the United States and Nicaragua growing out of the Emery timber cutting concession without resort to forcible measures A special commissioner will start im mediately from Nicaragua to compromise the case failing in which the matter is to be arbitrated Bryan Addresses Legislature Austin Tex April 6W J Bryan addressed the legislature in favor of a bank deposit guarantee bill Mr Bryan declared that the national Democratic platform was binding and that the Texans would not do their duty unless they passed the measure He urged the legislature to read the Denver platform before adjourning Speaker Drops Dead Lincoln Neb April 6W A Poyn ter exgovernor of Nebraska while making a speech in the office of Gov ernor Shallenberger at the hearing of the daylight saloon bill was stricken by apoplexy and died within a few minutes Children Killed on Trestle Sapulpa Okla April GTwo chit dren were run down and killed on a trestle near Catoosa by a St Louis San Francisco train They have not been Identified The train crew of Sapulpa were arrested charged with murder Fire Destroys Flour Mill Rochester N YApril GFire supposed to have been of Incendiary origin destroyed the flour mill ofJ A Hinds Company together with 15000 bushels ot wheat The total loss is 100000 4 j f- J I drtt 7 j THE WEATHER Ili Partly GIDtlytliJot Rd II Tuesday colder Tuesday II i TUESDAY OF 2lie Representative MONTGOMERY tr IN PAYS VISIT T- ODUEOF AOSTA Roosevelt and Duchess Swap HunUnf YarnsWoman is a Noted Nimrod Naples April 60ne of the most interesting events in connection with Theodore Roosevelts brief stay In this city was his visit tq the palace of the Duke of Aosta The trip was made in an automobile with Ambas sador Griscom On the way to the palace Mr Roosevelt confessed that this visit was intensely interesting Ho him not only because of his desire to meet the duke and duchess personally but because of the official nature of the meeting the duke representing King Victor Emmanuel Mr Roosevelt was warmly wel corned at the palace entrance and the duke received him in private the two conversing at great length concerning affairs in the United States the voy age just ended the expresidents prospective hunting trip and the ex perlencos of the Duke of the Abruzzi The duke expressed the hope that Mr Roosevelt would meet the Count of Turin who is now on a shooting expedition in Africa Later Mr Roosevelt was presented to the Duchess of Aosta and they conversed for some twenty minutes their conversation dealing almost en tirely with hunting in Africa where the duchess had spent some time She gave Mr Roosevelt many hints which he laughingly promised to carry out The room in which the meeting oc curred was resplendent with trophies of the duchess African expeditionbe ing hung with elephant tusks deer antlers and the skins of tigers and lions which however she would not say had fallen before her gun The good impression was mutual as while Mr Roosevelt was charmed with the duchess the latter said after his departure that the expresident was the most interesting American she had ever metshe might almost says the most interesting man t flFURS ARE SEIZED MineLaying Steamers Accused ef Smuggling at San Diego Cal San Diego Cal April 6 Customs officers seized several boxes packed with furs at tne local office of the Wells Fargo Express company just as the goods were to be shipped to points in New York and New Jersey The officials declare the furs were smuggled to shore off the two mine laying steamers the Major Ringgold and Colonel Armistead which arrived here after a trip around the horn The seizure has created much excitement but no arrests have been made Missing Witness Located Warren 0 April 6 Mrs Ida J Maynard prosecuting witness against firs Abbie Cross who is charged with attempting to poison Mrs May nard was located by police officers at Cbnnersville Pa and is now la jail here She disappeared three weeks ago a few days before the case was called for trial She says she skipped out on the advice of her husband Wood Sails on Peace Mission f New York April According taa report current here General Leonard R Wood sailed for Porto Rico on the Coamo presumably in connections with the recent troubles between the islanders and Governor Post He washu put on board the Coamo it is said by a war department tug from Governors Island Eliot Denies Declining Place Cambridge Mass April 6Allnewspaper statements purporting to emanate from me that I have either accepted or declined the post of am bassador to Great Britain are ablGJ lutely unauthorized said President Charles W Eliot In an Interview Boat Sinks During Race Monte Carlo April 6The motorboat race held here for boats of the cruiser type was won by a French entry No Americans competed The German boat the Prinz Heinrich sank during the race The crew was rescued Sutton Challenges SloMfl New York April SGeorle Sutton challenged George Sloeson for the 181 balk line billiard championship and announced that he Had deposited 250 to bind the match Indiana Reetri Hotel Burnt Louisville Ky April LWard WM received here that the White I lpliiir Springs hotel 10 miller couth of Bat glish Ind had been destroyed by Ire Congressman iabcock improved Washington April I Former Con gressman Babcock of Wie0aslB who has been seriously ill with affection of the liver Is reported te1 coTed i Ji 7 t iiI tr 1 t s rc vr c I t f it f1 1t4 fJ t i I J A i THEWIIMiESTER MEWS W in IEilAr su i J Y dIIM Tpatiuth Main Skltt Biter KentcJcy d jLiEXOSi3t liuntiy tC it IGn a aiMondclase matter r tt igo at the poet office w W- iirkentucky under the t o oh 3i87 6 l sUsCRIPTION RATES i f rfltr Dllvry AL7 irr i 5 20 as w 1 10 Pay at oee or to collector 1tY JMa nail ytry o 30 i a L50I 4w4 c w j u PyiI1ta13RCeI 1fERTILN RATES 1 4Lsiilyer Inch UJ fij1itiou 425 50ithzronth 300 tr wbi four times a week 240 iiriJ three times a week 180 I tw jflft week 120 h 4one time a week 75 ountS months 10 per oneHinl NotjcesPer Line ie ki0 s body type 7y2c S ijf4bi news headings 15o iith Phones No 9k J TUpFrAYAPRIL 6 1909 jfWTTHI WORTH GOING AFtER r ec4ItthcliirnnsoT1ie lan yerage ofve members to eaclj t nLIy an4 tll ir iulividud puichase 1o1arjr1ySffwwv r1Ji1ttu1 into tens o- fjitosafljs of dollars within the course ofa year and you are cer ttfnly 4irous f getting your 1u1 bareandmoe too if possible They are wilUiw tb spend their money e t e can geLthe bestbargains jdtho merchant peering the best bggesttoshare v t thistsiestLsJnou Jf you donJwant iho rjtpr if ybu dont try to get it some jJior meciizn isi1lan1 3011 must be At t i1t what happens to come ylur was Busing the h1f1ns of can become y- lo cquaintiU with them and they will- IS l il11 tOt10dk for your regular ongoods or articles which sfehaye to offer It should be some WtJe everyday or twp her lf Y l interest otft think We News readers know Theydir 1JP t1ir 9re they expect you to P i jeni informed pn what you wrefor sftle anti especially the new MerSJJgnt let us iniroduoe outo a of p6ple who are Just asanx 19113 to rgiit1as you are to sell Pu JdvrtIsementmlh9 New- s4gfterM the business in themod- v Ife r9Yf1he big city merchants bjive n ge a success by followin- gS 1twejellicentury methodthqr htisUc 14 riistle planaiid the small city merefiiUit9 must t dopt the same t6 V DOOTOrHEBAD f 4heterunScntinei tpurriSit weekcoritains the fol Jotting iftki that ought to interest couiity1Tk was fesihnear1a1 ofFriday morn inff ThflrL matter transacteilwas tiie election Vf treasurer The bids thei rWAS 2O35 Ttou jfM sbiarp ibidding for jth traaSureihip The s Bank ot tltt1li ihVdifwens Rational e Clark County National iiiiBtfr I i Tayette county with several funes- if 4ttie p6puatipn and wealth of Clark county vaifd presumably with more IRS S t tijlSgle pays salary of v A i f r Iit ert 1OOOyear tiits CountyTre- surrw1et its more modestneigh reeC1Vr- S over 2k0 a yearfp tk privilege of carrying tIt countys funds a net loss to our taxpayers of over 3000 The Fiscal Court of Fayettc coun ty a body thtitpayt1ie Gazette 1 an ine lfor official advertising that cqste Louisville but 40 cents an inch and aQpaysthe Gazette 88 for one insertion ofa voting precinct map engraved at tle expense of the taxpayers that other papers were glad to engrave at their own cost and pub lish as news would probably resent the suggestion that the Clark county Magistrates oujtcjass them as bus iness men and finanqiers but when Clark county can get ovor2OOO jcyenue out of an office that Fay ette county must give some ond 1 000 to take tliere is something radi cally wrong atfliisendof the line The Commercial Club will hold a rally at the court house Monday night Jo discuss the needs of Lexington If it were not for the danger of being eccusecl of t libelling the city we should suggest the County Treasurer ship as a fruitful theme If this ab splute waste of 9ver3000 of pub lie money in a single transaction hI typicalof Lexington business meth ods 4t might npt be a bad idea foi the Commercial Club to import s- omoonepeople plain common senseTlit LexingtbitjLeader J l JW ADMIRAL CERVERA The ravelation of Cervera to AmeW ican eyes was one of the real events pf the Spanish war Courage am ourtesymet in this veteran sea Santiagolwhen he sent out to Sampsons flee the word of Hobsons safety afte walsuffiQieijt tp win American admira tion but the fact was merely characteristic of the man who knew how to JG at the same time a Kings ofll cer and a worlds gentleman Tin distinctive recognition accorded ti the gallantAdrniralwleij the fortunes of wars made him a prisono bcrdiencc to orders to certain destruction is a subject now for gratifying reflection Cervera who died Saturday lefi a shining example in chivalrous val or which went far to reestablish the friendship between Spain and the United States MR 0 D CURRY r Mr o D Curry of Cincinnati wa here Tuesday shaking hands with old friends Mr Curry was raised here but forAd umber of years has beer interested in railroad construction and mining Mr F G Fritts Oneonta N Y greatlybenefitted Laxative and I think it is the best remedy for constipation and livei trouble Foleys Orino Laxative it best for women and children as it is mild pleasanJb and effective and If a splendid spring medicine as it cleanses the system and clears the complexion Sold by all dniirirists CLARK CIRCUIT COURT Jerry Taylor rw c Plabtifi vs Notice Burl Turner 0IJ A Hughesf J4i Shirley Hadden I W RNolcini Hardman Roce nd Winchester 4nk Defendants The above parties to this actionand T L Nunan and Hadden Tobin are notilled tharp1 as Master Com missioner of the Glark Circuit Court will at 0fItcc in WinchesterKen tucky beginning njl April 3rd 1909 hear evidence as to the indebtedness ofthfirm of Baylor and Turner as of April 3rd 1907 preferences of any assets of said firm at said tima the relative rights of the parties to aidasts vath the putpoe of sdt tling said partnership Iwin contin xieto hear jByidejQce as to saids ques tions till April 17th 1909 LEELAND HATHAWAY MCCCC- r TheLaw of Speculatltn 33lginen areglveatotaklng profit While smaller men are laying a bull for ptoJlta that may or may not be bowrn The laW otthe fishes in the sea applies in speculation The bit respeGJt1vemlssafe when the large ones are not hungry J p WOMAN PRiSONER CSCAPCS Kte pDwycr Had Been W rkMl on Georgia Chain Gang Athens Ga April iKate ODwy er the young woman who was shack led and forced to work on the chain gang made her escape The young woman who Is said to be comely had been sentenced to the gang for 12 months for disorderly conduct The sentence was suspended on condition that she leave the country and never return She re turned a week ago and was arrested and ordered shackled and chained day and night as the desperate men con victs were The ODwyer woman escaped by cutting the bars on her cell and it is believed she had outside assistance She was convicted of a mis demeanor and her case will go to the supreme court Fpstorias Muddle Complicated Fostorla 0 April GThe answer to the mooted question Who is mayor of Fostoria was thrown intoI greater obscurity than ever was discovered that Congressman Carl Anderson deposed as mayor by resolution of the council a fortnight ago and Vice Mayor Frank Gebert who at the same time was declared to have succeeded to the position had both appointed a man to fill a posi tion on the board of public safety made vacant by the resignation of President J F Peter Andersons appointee is G H McDonnell a Repub lican Geberts appointee is J H Twining former clerk of the board Both men have qualified for the place and have filed their bonds MANIAC SURRENDERS Defied Police For Hours by Threaten ing to Kill Child If Arrested Cleveland O AprIl6After defy ing for hours p squad of officers who attempted to arrest him on an insan ity charge Michael Haval quietly Wanted to a precinct police station and gave himself up When deputy sheriffs arrived at the Haval home they found the man a ravingmaniac The door was broken down and Haval was revealed holding the baby his lingers clenched about the childs throat Haval said he would kill the child if they came nearer The offi ers then withdrew and sent for help Five Years For Banker Washington April GFive years in the Fort Leavenworth Kan peni tentiary was the sentence imposedxby Justice Gould in the criminal court here upon Thomas M Hayes former receiving tenet of the American Na tional bank convicted last Tuesday of embezzlement and misapplication of the funds of the institution Dispensary Case Settled Washington April GThe famous Souttf Carolina dispensary case Iii volving the disposition of about 900 000 of the dlspensary funds held by the state dispensary commission was decided by the supreme court of the United States in favor of the commission the opinion being read by Jus tice White Watkins Leaves Ada Ada 0 April GDr Asa S Wat kins Prohibition candidate for vice president during the recent campaign has resigned aa vice president and professor of literature and philosophy at Ohio Northwestern university to become president of Ashbury college at Wilmore Ky Child Crushed to Death Coshpcton 0 April GA high wind blew a half ton log rigging down upon fouryearold Delmer Doty of Klllbuck When found by his mother the child was dead nearly every bone In his body having been broken 0 Vanderbilt Coach Team Wins Paris April 6 A G Vanderbilt was successful in the French horse show winning the first prize for a coach and fourt THE MARKErS Chicago cattle Steers t5 507 15 rowr OO5 75 heifers 53 256 00 buIIs3 755 25 stockers and feeders J3 305 50 Calves3 C08 00 Sheep ann Lambs Sheep 3 007 00 lambs 57 008 00 yearlings 5 607 50 Hogs Chol e heavy shipping 57 107 20 butchers 57 057 15 light mixed 4C 90 700 choice light 57 007 10 packing 957 10 pigs 55 306 50 Wheat No 2 red 51 301 32 CornNo3 C667ytc OatsNo3 5455Vic Plttsburg Pa Cattle Choice 25 650 prime 56 006 20 tidy butchers 55 405 75 heifers 53 505 75 cows hulls and stags 53 005 50 fresh covvs 525 OO50 00 CalvesVeal 56 009 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers 55 3- 0550goodmixed 55 005 25 lambs 55 007 00 HOKS Heavy hogs 57 50 mediums 57 45 heavy Yorkers 57 35 7 40 light Yorkers 57 007 20 plgsi 6 5PG7G East Buffalo Cattle Export cati tie 58 00G 50 shipping steers5756 00 butcher cattle 5006 25 heifers 54 005 75 cows 54 404 75 bulls 53 5 00 milkers and sPongers 530 006 60 00 Calves Best 59 009 50 Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 56 25G 50 wethers 56 508 75 ewes 56nOO6 25 lambs 5700gt 56ryearllngSt 47 007 5- 0HogsHeavle1f7407 45 mediums 57 40 Yorkers7 730 Phs 56 70 roughs q40 Stags 55 OQ550 Cleveland OCUtle Prinie dryfedi cattleMS5Gi0Gj5fat steers 55 796 OOf heifers 5i255 25 cows 52 253 50 bulls 53 t04 25 milkers and springers 525 0055 00 Calves 58 75 down Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 54 7565 50 wethers 55 2565 75 ewes 4 5065 00 lambs 6007 10 HogsMixed 57 20 67 25 heavies 25 mediums 57 25i 7 30 Yorkers 56 757 20 pigs 6 50 royghs 56 50 stags 55 50 Cincinnati O WlieatJ No 2 red 51 371 38 Corn No 2 mixed 69Yc OatsNo 2 mixed Z555cRyeNo 2v3283c Lard 53 90gJ10 00 Bulk Meats 59 s7BaconlO 50 Hogs5 607 J5 Cattle 52 7566 1- 5Stieep2 255 Lambs 55 OO785 Toledo O Wheat 51 34 corn 69c oats E6c rye 8G4c cloverseed 62 v r 7 it DRIIINARY DOCKET FOR APRIL TERM Many Cases An en For Trial in the Cark Circuit Court this Time The following is the ordinary dock et for the April term of the Clark Circuit Court mow in session Third Day B F Ererictf tsD Y Combs Fox Furnace1 Company vs Wasse boehr W C Biser sW M Anderson VA Young vs B F French Vage Woven Wire Fence Company vs Lowryetc Leonard Robinson vs R S Spill manInternational Harvester Company vs J W Oliver IF S Owens vs Harvey Crawford Fourth Day Sustin tillers admiiiistratix vs L N Railroad Company F H Haggard vs W H Tucker etc J M Stevenson etc vs Jno G Loeknane etc Fifth Day Millard Dennis vsL N Railroad Company Frank Coleman vs City of Win Chester L K BlaekwQll vs City of Win Chester Seventh Day Emma Blackwell vs City of Winchester I W W Milan vsV Vie Bloomfield etc D W Tobin vs C B Ecton Eighth Day Charles Craig vs C 0 Railroad Company Rodney Ragland etc vs B F Tapp etc Appeal Susan Austin etc vs Mildred C Taylor Ninth Day D S Gay etc vs R B Hutch craft etc No1 D S Gaty etc vs R B Hutch craft etc No2 David SGaXetc vs Ford Brent CompanyR f vs CiLy of Winchester etc f 1 nth Day Sarah Naftivs Jnmes Win Oliver Clark County Construction Company vs J H Smith Price W Jmn1Vadmiirislrator vs L N Railroad Company Thirteenth Day FC Burns ys Clark County Con- st uction Gqiupany Ella Q vs City of Winchester Fifteenth Day Louisa Forkner ys Thomas J rut tlc City of Winchester vs Winchester Water Works Company No1 Same vs Same1 No 2 Same vs Same No3- S F Bowser Company vs Henry MeniltICity of Winchester vs S W Willis Executor Sixteenth Day T E Barnes vs C 0 Railroad Company M S Browne vsC 0 Railroad Company YoT Harmon vs McCord Tracy McCormick J A Hughes vs IT J Brent Seventeenth Day Thos H Clay Jr vs John Welsh R T G Bush vs Kirk Duncan Susan G Anderson vs T H Hamp ton etc J G Hays vs Kate Elliott etc DayTliqs Sewing Machine Company- W Miller vs Willis Golden Beltbn Owens vs Central Kentucky Traction Company Kate DaiJey vs L N Railroad Company KENTUCKY FAIRS XI909 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th 6 days Rockcastle county August 83d- ays Bourbon county Soptcmber7th 5 days State Fair Louisville September 13th 6 days Lincoln county July 21 3 days Spencer county August 104 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 Boono county August 25 4 days If secretaries ofvfairs will kindly furnish dates wewiU cprry them free of charg65 GROWING WINCHESTER Born to MiV and Mrs James B Toohey a tenrpound boy Tuesday lorning P 1 4i L Wear Maxwell Clothes and be Well Dressed r For Easter kIL lSXgi Lrh S7 4If Jtr 4 4 I 4 4ijIct OF GOOD I L Thousand Heads For TWo Thousand Hats Wanted You can have your choice if you come early enough to pick out tho best sample Hat at 5Cc on the Dollar Just now received from leading manu facturert at the- SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main St CINCINNATI TAILORING CO MANN S REDMON Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER PHONE 528 GOING WHERE- To the court house Tuesday April nthat 8 oclock to hear the lecture Under mdnngcraciit of tlicTJomd Mis sionary Society oT the Methodist church Admission 25 cenlcliii dren 15 c gts Tickets pn sale at Phillips News stand During Uicysprih extiry oncAv uld be bcnefittcd by taking Foleys Kidney Remedy It furnishes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain ofwinter and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to dominate the impurities from it Foleys Kidney Remedy im parts new life and vigor Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists TRY A NEWS WANT 4QV HTi MErT 5 4 1li A L5 Idressedbe wearing MAXWELL CLOTHES but every man wearing Maxwell Clothes will be well dressed Why not be on e of them we ar e very anxious for you to seethe many new models and shades we are showing for Spring If you have never worn our Clothes then you are the man we are very anxious to show the many satisfied customers that came to us every season is evidence that our goods are right 1650 TO 3500 New Shades and Shapes Stetson Hats For Easter Rupard Stewart CoTHEHOME CLOTHING PjorDalgety You Cannot Answer These Questions do you continue IIWhy knees and elbows time when you can stretch out in a full bath tempered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 1 2Why pump and carry water for your kitchen and laundry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River FfATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water WorksINCORrORATQD itYoullIfAnything Should Happen f WHAT Would you do 1 Just this would be wise NOW Catch the shadow ere the substance fails- Barretts is the best place for well made photos at popular prices The work of his new lens is as fine as silk BARRETTS 22 Npcth Maiu st J L rp1 Jlf f 4Why have a dryy dismal looking yard whenyou can hays it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the strectS5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the cow ifnnd health of your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the nhr1 swcr is not lack of moneyfcbub lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting thf mostout of life C Co At PROFESSIONAL CARDS JMSTEVENSON i r7f Attorney At Law 60 S Main St WincstKy r ENDLETON BUSHBIJSH- Attoeys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky SUBSCRIBE FQJ fj Tj i r J l 1 tl i i i J rjT 6 t r THE WLNCHEfTgR KEWS r PT y = H ND BAGSWe WJifct received a brand new line of the very neweifiapes in HAND BAGS all the latest colors and ail popular leathers Seal Calf and Morocco TOUR SEE THEM IN WINDOW I c HBOWEN SOCIETY cathI01icDinelli building formerly occupied by The Winchester Paint and Wallpaper Company in the Opera House Block a splendid assort ment of fancy work candies cakes and other desirable articles be ginning Tuesday morning at 10 oclock Potted plants and cut floorers will also be on sale at very low rates Lunch will be served each day Everybody invited Mrs Harry Strothar will be bos tess at the Euchre party on Tues day afternoon The Ladies Aid Society of the First 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 The market will be held in the store room adjoining C H Bowens store LectureRecitalt The Ladies Home Missionary So ciety of the M JS church South will present for the first time to a Winchester audience the Kentucky Wealeyan Lecture Recital Male Quartet Company at the courthouse Tuesday evening April 6 This may be the last chance our people will have to hoar Pres Tay lor and everybody should come This combination is receiving very favorable mention from the different places where it has ap peared Already it is receiving calls for more engagements than can be filled The entertainment consists of a lecture by Prof Taylor readings by Prof Dalgety and selections by the male quartet This quartet which is composed of Leland Haines Glover Williams Walter Larriiner aId A I Rosser is do ing splendid work The proceeds of the lecture recital will be devoted to charitable pur poses by the Methodist ladies It will be a good entertainment given in a good cause and given by good people Come and show your ap preciation of the cause the people and the occasion Jeweler and Optician J Tho display windows of Allan and Murphys Clothing Store are attracting considerable attention and causing much favorable com ment this week The window on the left side is decorated with white latticework ferns artistically arranged and purple immortelles which lend a charming setting for the dispjay of the uptodate line of mens furnishings In the window on the right the same decorations are used and a complete line of Walk9ver shoes displayed Near the front of the window is a real live monkey sitting beneath the limb of a cocoa nut tree cut from a maple and a large sign bearing the comprehen sive inscription Dont monkey with any but Walkover shoes The idea originated with Mr Robert Clark and the windows are among the most artistic and unique in the city PERSONALS Mr J B Hampton was the guest of relatives here Sunday Mrs John AV McClure was in Owingsville Monday to see Mr J C Mark who is critically ill Mr and Mrs Louis Judah of Pittsburg Pa spent Monday night with Mrs Judahs parents Mr and Mrs A Feld Mrs Judah was Miss MaryFeld and before her marriage was one of the most popu lar young ladies in this city Miss Jane Gaitskill is spending a few days with Mrs Clarence Bos well in the country Dr Aitkin of Flemingsburg is critically ill and Mr Maurice Ait kin who is attending K W C was called to his bedside Sunday Mr Hanson Thomas left for Lex ington Monday afternoon Misses Cldye and Goldie Perry sp ent from Saturday until Tuesday with their grandmother Mrs Mary C Shiddell in Lexington and attended Graustark Mon day night Mr Ewell Renakei was in Mt Sterling Monday Mr and Mrs W B Ellis of Be rea were in town Mondav while on their way to Dallas Texas Mr A E Kibby of Cincinnati wasin town Monday on business Mr Tom Hampton was in L ex ington Monday Now is the Time that a housekeeper is at a loss to know what to eat and canned goods seem to be about the only available thing therefore it is most essential to have the best grades possible Do not allow yourself to be enticed into buying cheap canned goodsit is both harmful and dangerous Our Ferndell line of pure foods is sold under a strict guarantee to be absolutely perfect in every particular at all times of the year What more could you ask A trial order from us is all that is necessary to convince you that we give both quality and quantity RWRounsavall G Go SOLE AGENTS Firndell Pure Foods Chase n Sanborns Coffees J Buylars Candles Prices Lard and Saasafe r Ii TIET t Dr Jatnoi Jeffries of Fordwas in town Monday on bumtfeee Mrs Abe Bnick has returned fiom a risic to friends in Virginia Mrs Rogers of Lexington eras in town Monday on business Miss Bettie Batson was in Rich mond Tuesday Mrs Eastland returned to ber home in Louisville Monday after a delightful visit with Mr and Mrs John Clelland Miss Kate Curry is home from Glendale for the Easter holidays Mr Shirley Steele is at home from Knoxville TTenn for the Easter holidays Mrs John MCFarland of Franklin is the guest of relatives here =Mr Thomas Dudley of St Louis Mo is the guest of his mother Mrs Lizzie Dudley Miss Warfield Crenshaw has re turned to her home in Richmond Va after a visit to Miss Sara Good BentonMrs Lisle left Tuesday for a visit to Mrs C F Maurer in LexingtonMr Mrs James Ellis of Paris are here visiting Jas E Wood and family and to meet Mrs Ellis sisters Mrs Finnell and Mrs Davis who returned Saturday from spending the winter in Florida Mr Harry Tanner is slowly im proving after a very severe illness BIDS FOR LOCKS TO BE OPENED Kentucky River Will Soon Be Navig able Far Above Irvine Kentucky FRANKFORT Ky April qvBids- ror the construction of Lock No 13 on the Kentucky River at Willow Shoals in Lee county will be opened in Cincinnati on April 23 Work on the new lock will begin during the early part of the summer In less than one year the coffer dam and the excavations are expected to be com pleted and with one more year add ed it is likely that the lock and dam will be completed The value of this lock to the manu facturers of the cities along the Ken tucky River will be great as it will put the water up to the coal fields of Sturgeon Creek at a depth of six feet It is estimated thnta fleet of from 10 to 12 barges can bo brought down the Kentucky River in the tow ofa steamboat Lock No 13 will be from 375 to 400 feet in length and it is estimated that it will cost in the neighborhood of 325000 There is still another lock to be built in the Kentucky River which will be known as Lock No 14 and it will be located at Heidelberg but the work on this lock will not be begun for two or three years The completion of Lock No 12 will add 20 miles to the navigable waters of the Kentucky River and make the river navigable 15 miles above Irvine in Estill county or about 25 miles west of the junction of the three forks of the Kentucky River Dont forget to see our underwear and night shirts at Bloomfields 4Glt Going where To the court house Tuesday April 6that 8 oclock to hear the lecture by Prof H K Taylor Prof Cbquartette Under management of the Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church Admission 25 cents children 15 cents Tickets on sale at Phillips News stand 452t WINCHESTER 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 eQual w Just received handsome line of fancy vests for Easter at Bloom fields 4Glt Our Wives One of the most worthless men Im Atchison has a wife who thinks he Is simply grand When a woman loves a man she loves him and that is all there is to it it makes no difference how shiftless or worthy he may be Napoleon one of the few really great men the world has produced had two wives and both of them were unfaithful to him Atchlson Kan Globe See our wash knee pants all sizes at Bloomfields 46 wIt Heat from Wood Coal and Charcoal Wood yields onefourth of the heat of coal charcoal about the same heat as coal v f Y f c Ir ARTIS Y J3HJRNBULL i t f 2 4NNOUE ANNUALL- U t 0 4 S1NfJ4Nl EASTER QPEWG gj U d J JIK I9f grade Spnng Apparel and Dress f Goods l t vfi lfor the lathes of Winchester and vicinity for WEEKII ifcW r L U n Monday April 5 to Saturday April 10 Ir LINeither time expense nor Care have been spared to make this the greatest p- V showing of tie new things ofSpring that we have ever gathered together for the consideration cff the women of this community We extend a cordial iiiyL tation to come V x r i Our prices are not only moderate but clearly point to U the path of etipndmicdl buyingr rLARTIS TURNBULL IJcn=nlclJ= GO TO JACKSONS NEW ART GALLERY Go to Jacksdir new art gallery for a good photo See some of his latest samples you will then be con vinced that Jackson can get out as good a photo as you can have made in your city Also has a full line of fancy frames for portraits and photos He has arranged with an expert view man to make house views Anyone desiring work of this kind should leave their order at the studio 34 North Main street 46eod Will offer this week 50 fine worsted suits at 1185 worth 1650 at Bloomfields 4Glt URGE GEO H FOX FOR MAGISTRATE Many Democrats Want Him to Enter Race in the Seventh Magis terial District The many friends of George H Fox are urging him to enter the race for Magistrate inthe Seventh Magis terial District Mr Fox is a sterling Democrat and has such business qualities as would make him a valuable member of the Fiscal Court Many Democrats urge him to enter the race for the nomination and as sure hint their votes and cordial sup port MANY DEMOCRATS 4Glt Just received150 childrens wash suits 75 cents to 2 a suit at Bloom fields 4Glt Another Renct1 ton To paraphrase a pro rbv tnnun ders the Philosopher of Polly one aright say that when you nre withIthe Appians you should do the Applan way Dining tables are selling this week at Lumans from 398 to 2998 Come and see what yout want 4Glt Old Heads on Young Shoulders Our children are growing more In dependent It Is not the fault of the parents nor of the children xra are riot careless and they are not ungrateful The conditions of life are responsible for the modern youth amilien Zeltung Vienna trl lf rrr A SOMETHING NEW WOOD KNOBS FULL QUARTERED OAK BED ROOM SUIT 24 x 30 Bevel Plate Glass Heavy Roll Top and Foot SCLS ELLSEWHERE EOR X3750 J T LUMANS PRICE X2395 APRIL 7 One Day Only HUMAN S r f 1 1t IIL1I fI Jr t i 20 NORTH MAIN rt 1 II jJ J i I yP tP hour J r t 1 tiE WINCHESTER NEWSPV HURTM IPSTOtFIG T wr rL3 h Liquor Sellinj at Wellsvillc r I 1fatts trouble SALOON ON HOIJSEBOll fC OhTisunpJri 4Jeti Members pf f 4dfP1J f brsLiegu JpYtjnrr f Ic et- tiaos and Are by Drink rOnMnMay DIr as a Result Sof His Injuries Wellsville o April = Four per sons were injured in at pistol duel and Cenerjil fight betwe enmembers of the whotMad been rinking on a houseboat an gkbred in the Ohio river 60 feet from i18v1Ue but in West Virginia juris d4ion I The injured William Zoellera of last Liyerpobl lIshot in the thigh hospitalienfDfcyWsbn fij theek apday die taken to William1tenoteQ oed Citizens league seriously beat is Frank Geisse of Wellsville a for itlei saloon keeper ear almost cut off jvk re West Virginia line combs to the Ohio side of the river the Ohio utharilie hayebeen claiming jurisdiction over the sale of liquor close to the shore until a decision last peek by Judg W W Hole at Lisbon gave undisputedright to sell liquor in shorewithoutties rA said to have been well jttocked With liquors arrived here and anchovredt 60 feet from the shore Dur ing the skiffs and smell boats erbusy i Iyinr lietweeii athe s1ffore and the boat with passengers while the shore was lined with men When Tterioff passed the place it was oftQIlearoUndsaid knocked Renoff down beating Jm severely He slashed back with a knife and both arrested A nottfngs t Same place ahd menfliers of the gng stopped him ZceHers and Pavidson 5kre saidto have hurled stones at him Dr Barnes is said to have drawn a re vplver whereupon Zoellers and Da gunsDpole just asa bullet whizzed by his head and returning the fire shot Zoeners Picking tip his wounded wrcompknloris gun Davidson is said to have opened fire with both that and ills own on Barnes Davidson got behind another telephone pole and the duel was fought with both men pro tected in the same way until after several rounds had been Bred David torn fell wounded He was then taken fo a hospital while Barnes surren riiered to the police He was released sbn 1W30 ball lM flk r iXeiBITION GAMES Detroit AmoicanstWinEaty Victory f F dins t Louis Brethrcn Dallas Tex April The Detroit fAmerican league team on an easy J victory over the St Louis team of the lam league In the first four inhttigS- flO hits with four ej orS and a base on balls resulted in six runs Score Detroit 7 12 1 St Louis 0 4 6 Bat Suggs Jones and Beckendorf Bailey and Stephen ict plncln7iatjpefeats BoatbnV- t i v CinctmTatJ 6J Aril tIn a game replete with interesting plays the Cincinnati Nationals won from the Bos ton Americans by a score of 7 tcpS Both teams used two pitchers Scorei Cincinnati 7 7 1 Boston 3 8 o Bat Merles Savage Campbell and Mc Lean Aurellanes Wood and Dona 19ue Ijt jlt i tn G nr r t tof t Kansas City Kansas City 9 Washington 4 t At Louisville Louisville 6 Chi ago NatIonal11i Drake Indictments N lliidi Cincinnati O April 5On the re quest of County Prosecutor Hunt the- cases against ffudol hKle bo to and Henry Burkhold whowereindictedas Ointsotcalled t1fheiet rid of the dead wood cloggingup the prosecutors office t Children Help Firemen Marygvillu 0 April Children playing near the Phipps Evans cieameFy at York pre ehted the destruction of the building by Are wifeut they came to e i tHe vll1 e firemen ad byalryingwaterin 1rSslstaJichto cope witk the flames r ye t u t utrmnt Sues Concern JrMadigao filed suit against the Cdlum bia Conafiictioh ic ia JL iKieran itttiNt411 ClJJ 4 i 4 nr A sire moxthstnote fe l jtCf i 0I r i it r J GlO 0 8IIE8 t nEIt IrB4LL Girls at College Gymnasium Played Interesting Contests Mon dayj fGght 1i1 ri 1 if o Twp good names of basket ball were played last evening at the qol lege gyrmiasvum by the sladies tooth These were the last games of the sea spn and d raTarge Hid enthusiastic audience v t The first game Was betweenVthq Blues and Greens Miss Bush start eft the scoring by a pretty basket from the fiehliiss Mildred John son immediately canie back with suet yenJt pt Porthejsepqrtd htillf the last and deciding gonlwas rude for Hj9 Bhifjs bye Miss Rees Final score Blues 4 Gr ensj 2 Line UpI The line up for the Blues was Mildred Johnoil litwin forward MoryHies lonvard Nellie Lyons center Catherine McCord guard Mary IIuls guard The line up for the Greens was Viola Courtney forrd Ellen Bush forward Gertrude Pnce i paptain center Pauline Peeples guard Bes sie Byrd guard The best g me of the evening and the one around which theinterest set tled was between tbe ye Vows and Reds Those Teams finished the recent tournament tied for he third place Two games had been played to break the tie and each one result ed in a deadlock even though extra periods were played in each game Last night bothrteams started off with a rush It wag the fiercest and most hotly contested game seen on the floor this year The Reds played a nice team home Their passing wan long and accurate until 4t came to making baskets but both teams were at fault in basket throwing The Yellows played more of an iudividuftl game and largely because May Powell could be in several places at once kept i the Reds from too much scor inging and allowed them to put in the winning basket May wens jred the first basket It was a sensational long shot from the side A minute later Helen Nelson threwa basetfrom the center of the floor The rest of the first and all of the second halves were fast and furious but the guarding was so close or the throws so wild that no scoring was done In the last minute of the extra period of play Thompson threw a clean basket from the extreme cprner and so pinched the gaine and with it third place for the yellows Score 5el lows 4 Reds 2 The line uo for the Yellows was May Powell forward Bertie Thomp son forward Golden Day Captain center Mary Peoples jguard Beulijli homps Tara The line up for the Redswas Emma Lee Taylor forward Amelia Van Meter forward Helen Nelson Captain center Jane B Robinso i guard Referee Prtif Moore SPECIAL CARRIES COL STONES REMAINS 4 V PartylFtm WlndliesteF AtterliisF un eral Services at Richmond = t The funeral party of Col Samuel H Stone passed through here at noon Tuesday en route to Richmondwhere the burial will take lace The Ct 0 brought thVremains from Lpuis villc to thispomfcvvuere aspecialwas awaiting them onthe L N On this account the ity made no stop lipreAmongst those m the party yjere Jjfrs Stone th lr so ns James n and Samiiiei H Stone and her brother Mrs Harris Postmas ter Wood of Louis ille and Barnes of F fort dud Howard jr pchi of Mt SterUjCojr rank Jphn oni who was as under CoT Store Mr Grant Roberts Of Pmnk fort 1lesshs icharc Hfin pn and Ilelra ofLexington lirutid MrsJ Hall ilrs D L Pelldl ton 7s Will Thomas and Judge George B Nelson inet the par ty Jiere and accompanied it to Rich mondwhere the local Commandery of Ruigjits Ter lays will meet tile remain land take clear a pf the ser i VaCQS w t rs Col Bainuel Hi tg was descend = cd from MivSanmefHanson and Iris wife who eras ft daughter of Geif Richard Ilickman two of the ablest men this county ever produced and tie was a worthy scion of sucluillus trciin stock 1i1Iyt 9 Rlq of11et fgre t s 4rtizerin4 th synpatof The s many of its readers is extended to the be- peayed lJ4jlwr ft tf i Jrl p h J f4 1 r iir L i Follow tike jfcftwd to Litiuans artd t e trs rif i4YKI3 jg sell a Deti4 ifril one for 1598 rfrig inalriee 25 He has some as low asf2J8i 46ltja Claims Rri Trip Clkra A Gracean employe of a L liton busm M firm dating to have atfcde a record trip from London to Netf York and return She was pledged to be back in the English pty oaa certain day to release her Ilea fpr vacatibn She made fliifouiid trip in IB days She tran Baited some important business In New jfork remaining in the city only 1 m iiute I VolceexIeS qulred it nave owingVo the smimT mad by th- tlahWhen takenfrbm tlre water whit reienibleg the bark of a squirrel Th sea horse which is quite comma Along the Atlantic coast emits a ver faint eliciting sound at intervals Sun day Magazine aa t f Jchance for a Bandmaster Conway Which is in need of a bandmaster has issued the following adver Usement UHe must be a cornet player and between performances he will bi required to act as a Lange minder in catriAgesties as the town clerk may from tim to time direct Western Mail R d Weightw HRacehoife o wncrL Villiam yo Ire too heavy Cant you take somr thing off Jockeyulm wearing m lightest suit and havent tasted foo sill day Owner Then for goo ness sake go and get snavedT1 fit t 1 q w 1 If yon trade at Bloomfields yoi GwillIt t MR WH GRAHAMOF FRAptKFOR1 Writes Letter Which May Be of Great Interest to Skin Suf fehrs of This City t r Frankfort Ky May 31 1908 My hayibeen an form of eczema for more than twc years during which time we had he under the care of the best PhYs- icians here when upon getting no re- lieftwe were induced to try your D P D At first Ole applications seem to in crease the severilyViofi the trouble as set out in tli ivilirectipns bu upon continuing it use faithfuHj following the instructions she war entirely relieved It has now beer more than one year since she ceas t the use of the remedy andno sigv of the trouble has appeared 1 feel very grateful for the gqor results Qhtained and earnestly rec ommend your reIIcdytQ those whi are suffering from this disease Yours respectfully iP W H GRAM Sheriff of Franklin Co What D D D did in this ease i ought to do for you This wonder ful remedy is now recognized by the foremost physicians and scientists a the quickest and sin cst cure for ec natprepleasant to use as pure water ant is applied directly to the afflictet parts leaving no bad odor or sticky nppJiapHonas far as we have been able to in vestigate quickly effects the most as tonishingand permanent cures wher stIffdisease of any nature do not fur tatry this remarkable remedy Pam pets on skin diseases and theii cure diet exercise bathing etc free at our store Phillips Drug Company Soutb Main street liSeeOu50centchess shirt worth 75 cents at Bloomfields 46lt Ga al 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE jllChesterBanKiiI WINCHESTER KY N H WITHE SPOON PRESIDENT Ill T1f I W R 3PHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOURS MCOWHTSV l 7= J TIT 1 I The price stays down the liquidity goes up while most things shoes inc1ndelrco n down in quality andup ift ffrice JJats tlje rat difference r between jBeacon Shoes today Made to seJ1It give you a cents worth of bet ter material workmanship and style Union made Goodyear welt handsewed process uppers in all leathers shapes are the latest New Yorkstyles Weve got em allcan fit you comfortably and in upto date style Sold from maker to wearer by HASSIE The Shoe Man And Bftcea hundred other oxclcalre sgesto throughout the United States and Europe WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY APRIL 7 For Qne Night Only VIR CHAS W PICQUET Presents The Celebrated V Herald Square Comic v Opera Con the Merry Musical FunFrolic A TRIP TO INDIA Interpreted By a Distinguished Cast of EMINENT LIGHT OPERA STARS Supported By An INCOMPARABLE BEAUTY CHORUS PRICES RHP 75C 100 GALLERY 25C Reserved Seat Sale Opens Mon day Morning APRIL 5th at Cook Nunnelleys OPERA HOUSE- MONDAY APRIL 19 GO WIT- HLYMAN H N O ZRT ET- OEgypt andRussia EXTRAORDINARY SCENES OF Sicily Before and after the EarthquakeA WAY TRAIN WRIGHTS WONDERFUL AEOR PLANE FLIGHTS GREAT MOSCOW FLOODS THE JUGGLING FLY 20 1FEAEach a Living Reality Diagram of Reserved Seat at Cook Nurnnelleys THYOMEHYkLHCED nstbretheiiihaler1 Extra bottles 5Oc Druggists Hurry or you will miss the bar gains at the great teuday sale now on at LumansV461t =t w r I ta iI JIb uSyRECEIV a f Drf t in fir ffBeautiful Line of Ladies Waslr Suits in Tans White Blues kandNQvetty Stripes ran ing in priceS from 350 to 1000 per suit Also new and beautiful line of Ladies Dress Skirts in Voiles Panamas and Novelties1 t Prices ran ej from X250 to 1500 Ladies QOfdiaily incited to call and inspect I sam- eJESSE v T OWENSgiG DEPARTMENT STORE f fc ii i r l6i NORTH MAIN STREETL i TWO FOR ONE i gVi ONEl FOR NOTHINGV v THE WINCHESTER NEWS AND THE A SM OF E TOBACCO NEWSa = BOTH FOR 300A Year The price of OTE 1 E Sis 300 a year by itself but we have arranged to sell one years subscription to both the above papers for the price of 300- SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN AT THIS OFFICE THE WINCHESTER flEWSiCD i Jncidrpdrated t 4JUV i SEe G1LBERTBOTT FOR Fresh 6 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Iroiuce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE HACK DOLPHINIW S TAILOR SHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed 8 Repaired- We do french Cleaning and Guarantee SatisfactionIi Ladies GiiUs AIIjcalledHome Phone 645 Winchester Ky CALL ON- NELSONTheTransfeaD Jay day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94- Night Phone 339 J f i TON Pr I S D OOrf VPres CRY A WJ t tr EEHT LIEASTERof if intend any building tflintCEMENT LIME SAND auj IC11Vhtherwe stand ready to help withpromptest delivery fairest treatment WE CARRY DEERING BINDERS AND MtWEIS ej R MARTINCOAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY J IIL CUJelISC4shie 1OfITCl1i AssthCaolrkrc 1 Clark County Nat Bank ESTABLISHED IA65 BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY ACcduntsof Merchants Farmers and rad Solicited Collections Made on All Pints CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 3 000000 NETS J KDEtrI f6 i I r r oAJ us So you oij all tho you out and f ors TRY A i L EMtEltl t1f it fr J a t tj 1r tf 4 to LTHE WINCHESTER HEWS Jt 4 dk r hl hl fIIIII fr jJftyapD EIGHT Governor Hacked Placed on Trial In gLand Fraud Cases Okla April 6 Governor C Haskell when called be flsre federal court to answer to In a charging him with fraud Inn with Muskogee town lot caries made a hard fight against the c ase coming to trial Judge Marshall of Utah who is pre wUing heard extended arguments by r Sft sides in the matter of Haskells G ifmurrer and Nicely will render af decision Gvernor Haskells attorneys began their fight by asking that the indictments be quashed charging Special Attorney Rush with misconduct in conducting the grand jury inquiry Which resulted in the indictments It also wag charged that the grand jury had been illegally drawn that a stenographer had been present during the Inquiry and incompetent testimony had been the basis of the Indictments These allegations were vigorously denied by the government counsel Shipyards For Ashtabula Ashtabula 0 April Shipyards equal in every respect to those at Ecorse will be built here At a meeting held hete it was decided to con struct the plant There were present Antonio Pessano president of the Great Lakes Engineering works R P Reidenbach president of the Ash tabula chamber of commerce D C Moon general manager of the Lake- Shore railway aryl Chief Engineer Rockwellof the same corporation TWENTY MICHIGAN COUNTIES GO DRY Seven uiauiuoLiquorTraffic Detroit April GIWe have broken the Backbone of the liquor traffic in Michigan declared Superintendent George F Morrow of the Michigan AntiSaloon league Definite returns at that time show ed that of the 27 counties which voted on the question of abolishing the sale manufacture of liquor in their borders 20 had gone dry seven had gone wet and Jackson voted for prohibition by the slender margin of 41 votes Before the election 11 of the 83 counties of the state were dry Following are the results DryAl coca Allegan Benzie Branch Cal houn Clare Eaton Emmet Genesee Hillsdale Ionia Iosco Isabella Kal kaska Livingstone Newaygo Sanilac Tuscola Charlevoix Wet Berrien Huron Montcalm Mecosta Ottawa Washtenaw and Monroe Mother Dies For Children New York April GToo much con cerned with the safety ot her two children to try to save herself Mrs Grazia Pettinato was burned to death following the explosion of a can of kerosene with which she had attempted to quicken the kitchen fire Both children were so seriously burned that but little hope Is entertained for their recovery YEGGMAN RECAPTURED George Barton Puts Up Hard Fight Again Southern Sheriff Asheville N C April 6 George Barton alias Chicago Army noted yeggman who with Jake Moore alias Tennessee Dutch broke from the Greenville jail was captured after a severe fight with Deputy Sheriff Roger at Craffey several miles from here Tennessee Dutch after wrenching a revolver from Rogers escaped Barton who has only one arm was lodged in the county jail at Asheville Jailed For Misusing Mails Canton 0 April 6 Women of the town of Mineral City tuscarawas county for a year have been receiving letters from an unknown writer Asa result of investigation by a post office inspector Plinney F Sparks a former schoolteacher living near Min eral City fs in jail here charged with improper use of the malls Governor IJIley III Hartford Conn April GTheill ness of Governor George L Lilley from nervous exhaustion has assumed a serious aspect and his condition is causing much uneasiness Mire Foreman Killed Wellsville O April GJohn Close mine foreman of the Diamond coal- mines was killed by the roof of the mine caving Inonhlm TILE MEAT OF IT Mrs Hattie Dewey Smith cousin of Adniiral Dewey Is dead at Birmingham Ala from injuries received while trying to dodge a dog Czar Nicholas of Russia is planning to visit England early in the summer The plant of the Amos Kent Lum ber company at Kejtiner La was de stroyed byre S8 200000 At Pensacola Fla a mob lynched Dave Alexander who was accused of inurderifag Policeman Carter George Hdusley colored brakeman was instantly killed by robbers at Bessemer Ala Captain AarOn McLaughlin a vet erairOliio river pllpt is dead at his homein Harmer 0- Thomas Hite and Samuel Wertz baugh both old soldiers were killed by a Lake Shore train at Goshen Jnd w i- nRAILROADS WIN OUT l Kentucky Railway Commissions Of der Nullified by Supreme Court Washington April GAn injunction suit of the Kentucky railroads in which the roads asked the railroad commission of Kentucky be restrain ed from carrying into effect the order of the commission of June 20 1906 fixing rates on intrastate business in that state was decided by the su preme court of the United States in favor of the roads The case came to the supreme court on appeal by the commission from a decision by Judge Cochran of the United States circuit court for the Eastern district of Kentucky In which he held to be unconstitutional the Kentucky statute known as the McChord law and issued an order per petually enjoining the enforcement of the law The lower court was affirm ed but the supreme court holding that the statute did not authorize the wholesale creation of schedules avoid ed dealing with the constitutional questions Involved The decision was announced by Justice Peckham Murderer Placed on Trial Plaquemine LaM April 6The trial of F S Eouvy charged with the murder of Professor F F Van Ingen who was assistant principal of the boys high school of New Orleans was begun here Bouvy snot Van In gen on a Texas Pacific train as the latter with his bride of a few hours was journeying from Alexandria to New Orleans Bouvy was a rejected suitor of Mrs Van Ingen IMMENSE BRIEF- FilED BY KELLOGG Arguments In Standard Suit Open- at St Louis St Louis April GSpecial Assist ant to the United States Attorney General Frank B Kellogg filed his brief of lv400 pages with the clerk of the United States circuit court of this city and commenced his argument after two years of evidence taking in the governments suit to dissolve the Standard Oil corporation of New Jer sey for alleged violation of the Sher man act The argument was heard by the full circuit bench Judges San born Vandeventer Hook and Adams With Mr Kellogg for the government was Assistant Attorney General C B Morrison of Chicago who will argue certain phases of the case The de fensehad half a scoreof counsel pre ent including its principal attorneys Messrs Milburn of New York Rosen thal of Chicago Johnson of Philadel phia and Watson of Pittsburg The importance of the case to laywers and laymen alike resulted in a crowded courtroom Kentucky County Goes Dry Ashland Ky April GIn an elec tion characterized by the most in tense interest Boyd county voted dry by a majority of 107 In this city which is the center of the iron indus try and the commercial capital of the Big Sandy valley the church bells were rung hourly and women stood at the polls and worked while children paraded the streets singing and bands played The victory of the drys means now that 96 of the 119 counties in the state are wholly dry under the county unit law- CREMATEDI IN GARAGE Match Thrown on Floor Starts Fatal Fire at Kankakee III Kankakee Ill April 6 Wallace Gagnier 23 was burned to death and Ed Pombert 20 was seriously injured in a fire which destroyed Fleming Browns garage together with seven automobiles The fire is supposed to have started from a match thrown on the floor Explosions quickly fol lowed Pombert was burned while trying to rescue his companion who had crawled to a window Knock Wagenhallsby Wire Columbus 0 April 6 Telegrams by the thousand were sent to Presi dent Taft by friends of Former Gov ernor Herrick scattered throughout Ohio protesting against the talkedof appointment of John C Wagenhalls of Columbus as inspector in they treas= ury department The action was in retaliation for Wagenhalls part in aiding the defeat of Herrick for re election Charles P Taft Undecided New Orleans April tAsked If he would be a candidate for the United States senate from Ohio Charles P Taft who with his family passed through here en route to Texas re plied Im not specially interested In that at the present time I cant say whether I shall be a candidate or not A year hence is a long time and many things may happen Wage Advance Announced Salem Mass April GNeary 2000 operatives employed by the Naum keag Steam Cotton company were gladdened by the announcement that wages would be advanced about 5 per cent In April 1 08 the wage scale then in force was reduced 10 per cent Last Pacifiers Reach Home Norfolk Va April GThe United States army transport McClellan padflcationNews and 900 troops left by special train for Chicago f r n T c i Fashion Demands t Careful attention d TO FOOTWEAR Your costume is not complete unless have a prettily designed of OXFORDS have the correct styles Eclipse ties Strap Pumps Gibson Colonials in GunMetal Suede Ities Patent Leathers TanI publishedIt MANUATTANSHIRTSFOR STYLE QUALITY and BEAUTY Large Across the Chest andLowNeck Bands which in comfort Original design Laundry the whitest 150 350 Easter Hats I MocOsiTHNew Firm illlllPS We have leased the J W Oliver property on North Malls street and want to call the attention of the people of Winchester and surrounding country rto thatbwehave put in a Full Line of Coal Lime Cement Sand Brick Lath Plaster Sewer pipe Corn Oats Hay beileasedWe conduct a Feed and Stable Special attention to Saturday and Court Day patrons We are in a position to meet the Lowest Price on all goods in our inc and Our is One Hundred Cents to the Quick Sales and Small ProfitsPowell C8l Dawson I HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD FREEJ WITH THE TRIBUNE FARMERI HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is completebook maps with data up to the minute Historical sketches of our Presidents from Washington- to William H Taft Articles and illustrations OIL the Panama Canal etes etc- Y0uNMdltSoDoYturSins and Daughters Friends and NellhHrs Tell TkIHft About K you pair or PumpsWe and and FIT sures in and to and Hitch Motto Dollar NEWYORK Send Subscription THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER at our regular price of SI 00 per year and we will send Sea HAMMONDS HANDY IIOF FREE postage prepaid THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARME- the most practical and helpful illustrated- agriculturnl paper- published Everyup todato should read farmorJ ItContains the LIABLE MARkET REPORTS Special pages nrede voted td each branch of farm industry Our VETERINARY D- Epartment is unexcelled- It is edited by Dr O D Smead tho best known f6rinary surgeon in America Cut of Sanserif tfca is10 I Do Not DelaysOrder Now Our Supply Is Limited NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER 1 54 Nassau S Ireef New lorkCityI t l It Lr kl Time For More Printing r I and YOU FOR 1 of to l i I f Ii i f St1 V e I1 I Bring me your automobile e for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting for Ladies CbasHagan Corner of Broadway and Highland REAL AND Us lce C uTitfnlf l rUMMf Ml JIIC rtllllJEta SjMr its street Mk lie i f r i lll 1 IT is high time that the men of- fo this vicinity were finding out that we are the Modern Printers with Down Date Outfit in City of Winchester It is time they were awaking to If they wouldreach the ear and catch tbeye of the public they must come to tus for the printing with which todo it We offer these ads vantagesThe Machinery New and Down to the Minute Type the Largest Stock the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD ASK MORE We ate vain enough to believe that we have a line of samples that will eclipse anything of its kind in this section Kentucky andnothinggives- us more pleasure than to exhibit our ptcxfuct onto the users ofpl1ntetsfink We would like call and show you that we can deliver the goods i V7e WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPO- gATCDPrinters of Anything t S Main New Ph 0 91 GAIt4GEH Room Winchester Kyi STROSSMANRATLIFF ESTATE IN5URANCEI Se For Bargains COltkwr alrtJransJer MId RHMf I1ttIt1 Jt 1 business Only to the this fact Ilts a Comfort to Work I specialtiesEvery easilyinto planingTas well a a satisfactory one And quilc iiess spells economy So if you plan any building repairing oir nn rosing qome here for millwork that will cut inlelf hofh the time nd the cost r t RP SCOBEkS N al COri hfj t 4J i1ic i t h l I ADVERTISE IN TItENEWS l r r i s Ti i 4 TT T 1TJTT Aj i THE WINCHESTER MEWSrBRIGHTEN UP Spring time is here when etreryr thing takson new life and new Icolor i What abpttt thatlfH i SPRING PAINTING We have the best high grade Guaranteed paint on the marketq ILURfFF ft House Bridge Barn Roof and Carriage Paint is sold only b- yGRUBBY M BENTON- Cor Main and Broadway Paint Brushes Linseed Oil TurpentineI REVISIONtr TV Protective duties should not be too high Representative Crumpacker of Indiana Ofcourse they shouldnt Justenough Per opportunity To bluff p By manufacturers whpsa yv V Theyve got to be SO high V To pay 0r they cant do the business which Makes workingmen the same as rich And booms the Ration of the Free To wonderful Prosperity Wow Aint that the good thing now Aint it fine To shiner Down the duty line Duty Duty What is Duty Is it sacrifice Sure it is when manufacturers Pull the proper price Tariff Tariff What is Tariff It is something nice Which is handed to the people priceAnd Whats Revision 1 Askrevisers who Tell tile people its Protection Scaled to revenue f Of course it is But say now who Is it gets the revenuer Do the people g ttlDo the people see f A vision In revision What is mostly GOIIP- Do they read i A harvest fronTHwlmt revision make cheap 3 By heck All they get is in the neck What x v t W J LAMPTON i Hitting Sack Your nearest rival gave me a gold bracelet boasted the pretty girl And I will send up my present tomorrow replied her other suitor In cjaustlc tope Ah something gold OONO a bottleot acid to test my rivals present Rainbows The rainbow is caused by the rays of sunlight breaking up into their evens whtn they strike the fall- Ing raindrops The Observer must be between thft Sun and the rain to seethe rainbow When there is a double primarYLndIB the secondary one SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS t LaintNo Always Justice Thestncceeot l W ispft the hfhest woa T8fJ1ce = M 4 1 BUSY BUSINESS MEN Science Helps them Out After Reck lessly Abusing theStomach The most reckless manin regard to health is the busy business man At noon he rushes out for a bite to eat He bolts his food without proper mastication and heaps on his stom rich an extra burden greater than it is able to carry without breaking down His overworked stomach is cryin for help it appeals to him for relief in various ways Expulsion of sour gas waterbrash sour taste in mouth heaviness after eating shortness of breath bad breathetc One Miona tablet taken with or after each meal will help any suffer er from dyspepsia wonderfully It aids the stomach in the work of di gestion which it must perform Miona tablets arc sold by Phillips Drug CoinP anY at 50 cents a large box with a rigid guarantee to cure dyspepsia and all stomach trou bles or money back They make eating a pleasured Miona cleanses and purifies the stomachmid bowels and puts vigor andstrength into thq overworked tissues It is the surest stomach tonic in the world Miona is sold by leading druggists everywhere v See Fox for high grade coaL Office and yard at 30 Winn avenue BURNED TO CRISP Body of John Rout of Garrard County Found Near Danville DANVILLE Ky April GThe dead body of Jplm Rout of Garrard county was found yesterday morn ing on the Rice farm on Dir river near here The indications are that Rout was walking near a burning tree which fell catching him He was held to the ground until all the tree had burned and his body was burned to a criso Come and get your Easter hat and ties at Bloomfields 4Glt All Right IThat girls all right said the in the dressing room after she had looked everywhere for her justileftovershoes and left mo the left ones PopularJtyThfi Ian guages fli F iIyf t PICK UNLUCKY DAY FOR VOTE Will Decide Payne Tariff Bll Friday April 9v t RULES ARE DECIDED UPON Party Lines Obliterated In Vote on Resolution presented By House Committee on RylesFlorida Democrat Announces That He WUI Vote to Protect Interests of His Constit uents Twenty Republicans Kick Over the Traces Washington April 6Three oclock p m April 9 was the time set by the house for a vote on the Payne tariff bill The long expected resolution from theY committee on rules closing general debate providing for certain amendments and a full and free op portunity to alter the lumber and hides schedules was reported and adopted with 16 votes to spare not withstanding the desertion of 20 Republicans Four of the 16 votes came from the Louisiana delegation who likewise broke away from their party Previously to the adoption of the res olution there was some severe criticism of it from the Democratic side Aside from the interest which attached to this proceeding was the speech of Mr Clark of Florida who denounced Bryan and Bryanism Populists and Populism and who de clared that he would support the Payne bill if it contained what his constituents wanteda duty on Sea Island cotton and protection for citrus fruits pineapples etc His remarks led him into an exciting coloquy with Mr Randell Tex and other Democrats but he declared that having been instructed by the legislature of his state and his constituents as to the stand he should take on the arti cles mentioned he would not violate Hiswholethe Democrats of the house Before the rule was reported there Were numerous speeches on the bill those occupyingthe floor being Messrs Bar tlett Ga Calderhead Kan Burgess Tex Stanley Ky Hob sonvAla Gillespie Tex Thistle Rood III S dersVa Reeder Kan and Madden An interested spectator throughout almost the entire session was Mrs Taft who was accompanied by her two sons and Captain Archibald Butt J aa one of the presldtmta aides COAL MEN PROTEST West Virginia Operators Against Free Product From Canada Washington April 6 Protest against the free importation of Can adian coal as provided for in the Payne tariff bill was made at a meet ing here of representatives of every coal district in West Virginia and of a representative of the state of Washington Resolutions were adopted calling upon West Virginias senators and representatives in congress to use every honorable means at their com mand to prevent the enactment of any law permitting the Importation of coal from foreign countries into the United States free of duty under a reciprocal arrangement or otherwise Decorations to Be In Black Acapulco Mexico April 6In deference to the memory of those who lost their lives in the recent theater holo caust Governor Damien Flores has requested that there be no demonstra Inau1guratlon honor and the governor has ordered that the decorations for his inauguration be ig black as a tribute to the victims of the greatest catastrophe the state has known r Charge Girl With Murder Akron 0 April 6 A charge Of child murder will be placed against Katie Skubenrich 19 a domestic at the Buchtel hotel because of the finding of her infant child in the grate on the second floor of the hotel It is charged by Prosecuting Attorney Rockwell that the girl choked the baby and threw it down the chimney from the roof of the hotel Receiver For Brokerage Firm Chicago April 6The American Trust and Savings bank was appoint ed receiver for John Dickinson yi Company the board of trade house which suspended business here and in New York It was a federal court proceeding The suspended firms clearing house sheet showed a debit b gratndealsiLumber Prices Advanced Winnipeg Man April 6Brltish Columbia lumber manufacturers ad WtsternCThey claim there has been a heavy demand for railway and bridge tim ber for building railway cars Mine Fire Extinguished Pottsvillc Pa April 6The mine fire which has been burning In the North Mahanoy colliery at Mahanoy City for the past 24 hours was attn guUhed and the colliery will be able to resume operations in a day or two l 7 j 1 J t v hH Easter Opening Wednesday Afternoon and Evening APRIL 7th 1909 We take great pleasure in announcing our Easter Opening and invite our friends in Winchester and Clarkcounty t to be our guests We have planned every way possi ble to make this a popular trade event We are going to do our best to make your visit both pleasant and profitable l We will look for you APRIL uTth Ji eveningr Orchestra Afternoon Program Great Divide March When Knighthood was in tiFlower Waltz Marceline Banco of the Clowns Hits of 19YJMedley Overture Southern BeautiesMarchT- he Rural Festival BarnDance Arc You Sincere Waltz Flower Girl Indian Intermezzo Lazaree Waltz Merry Na eeIndian Blue WidowTwoStopReception Hours I Afternoon from 200 Oclock to 500 Oclock Evening from 730 Oclock to 930 Oclock y During these hours light refreshments will be served A Stock Worth A trip through a store like this is interesting so when the store is on dress parade and you are urged to look to t your hearts content without in any manner feeling that you are taking h up any ones time or expected to make a purchase i J Such a trip is too in that you see a multitude of various designs and all that is latest in house if t HENRY H HALL tJ = U RNITURE BIG TOBACCO WAREHOUSE PLANNED Mgt Sterling Plant Will Have a Ca pacity of 100 Hogsheads Daily MT STERLING Ky April Messrs George L Kirkpatrick and J Will Clay under the firm name of Kirkpatrick and Clay have leased the large of C H Petry on Sycamore street and will build a large shed and otherwise improve the This warehouse will be connectedwith a drawbridge from their main across the street and when fitted up willmake the largest tobacco prizing plant in the State The three warehouses which will be used for housing and prizing are of the following sizes of floor spaceone 140X84 feet one 100X75 feet and one 110X80 feet By the arrangements made Messrs Kirkpatrick and Clay will prize 100 hogsheads on the care directIwithout hauling During the season this firm will employ 100 men at wages ranging from8 to1i25pel week an average per man of about 1250 which will make a weekly payroll of 1250 all ofwhich will be spent in the city This county will produce this year nearly 4000000 pounds of the weed and with the surrounding counties which will be amply able to handle the crop Messrs Kirkpat rick and Clay deserve the credit of the tobacco men and growers of this county for making arrangements to handle such an enormous crop and gives Mt the reputation of being the biggest prizing point in the State Foleys Honey and Tar is a safeguard against serious results from spring colds which inflame the lungs ands develop into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits by insisting upon hav ing the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drubS Sold by all druggists See Fox for high grade coal Office and yard at 30 Winn avenue 100 bed room suit for 6998 a 20 bed robin suit for 1798 at if T Lumans 46lfc 0 f iT Think of the mud and hill tax paid each year Evening Program Ssa Swing March utumnRovere Waltz Hunting SceneDescript- ire Overture Red Win gMnrclrFascinationWaltzIntermezzo Sweet Tender Thoughts Waltz Two EYesMarchWing lUng Sing Chinese Characteristic Special Display Seeing largo especially whole educational furnishings UNDERTAKING PRIZING warehouse property warehouse Sterling rI Clark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo I climbing Road On the Basis of Equipment and the ap Iication of Economical Business Methods solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions ofroads public or vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a Ipecialty and satisfaction guaranteedJ POWELL COUNTY FARMER KILLED BY TRAIN MT STERLING Ky April 6 Richard Powell of Cat Creek Pow ell county was struck by a train near Stanton and his skull crushed and leg cutoff resulting in his death It is claimed that Powell was asleep on the track He leaves a wife and four children A 1250 45 pound felt mattress for 698 at J T Lumans 4Glt RichesFor a Change Ifr done had so much poverty said Brother Dickey udat Igwlne ter pray fer somepin new in de new year I gwine ter git down on whats let er my po ol knees an ax de good Lawd ter make me rich I reckon daf be a big surprise ter de angels ez dey aint lookln fer dat fum mebut I gwine ter qualify it ez you may say by axin de Lawd ter make me rich an humbleAtlanta Constitution Mercy In Firmness The greatest firmness isthegretf Iitmercy Longfellow cl fit t jt I No can cost the Farmers as much as a poor one we pri B 50 REWARD- I will pay a reward of fifty dollars for the conviction of the party or parties that during the past week poisoned my dog and cats W A STEVENS 463tt Do you want some swell Axmin ister rugs Go to Lumans during the big sale now on He is selling ar30 rug for 2298 4Glt Come aril get your Easter suit and save money by buying at Bloomfields 461t- WANTEDPainter firstclass none other need apply FRANK ROY 318 North Main Street 46tf LOSTA light colored semifitting overcoat by Rev G W Bell Re turn to this office and receive a suitable reward FOR SALEFour nice dwelling houses in city Will exchange for other city property of farm Apr ply atfrtbis office r v 1 c t 3 t r J CLASSIFIED iCOLU N If you want to rent n home 1If you want to buy a heat If you want to insure your lit e IOXEIFOR SALE Cheap graphophont and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf- WANTEDTo buy clean rags Apply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCE I still build aUk as of wire fence IL in the market for same write or telephone mo for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tf FOR RENTTwo houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALE Old jpapers for sale at this office 216tf WANTED To take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUGY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65- 43lllino FOR SALE Eggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 3lolmo FOR SALE Eggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 317lmo JUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo STRAY COLT Strayed into my liv cry stable No 15 AVest Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tailand mane BIRL TURNER 317tf WANTAt once good reliable boy to learn the printers trade Ap ply to this office x327if FOR RENT New 6room cottager on College street with gas water and bathroom Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College stre- et323eodtf LOSTPocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Re ward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325tf FOR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs at 1 a setting best in the State 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 ave nue Home phone 721 327Gt FOR RENT Three roomssuitable for housekeeping Apply 136 Ala bama street32cGt FOR SALE Black Langshan Sat five cents each NAPOLEON BARNES Winchester Ky route No6 329lmo FOR SALE Eggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns for 50 cents for 15 MRS B A TRACY 264 South Main street 330tf FOR SALE Eggs from Perfec tion S C White Leghorns 75 cents per 15 Also eggs from thoroughbred Siugle Comb White Leghorns 50 cents per 15 Brown Leghorns also Prewitt Browne 23 East Washington Street 325lmp WANTED Pure Plymouth Rock chickens Call Homo phone 370 after 6 m 42lt BRIDGE JUNKSHOPNo 26 N Maple street wants your beef hides rags iron metal and rub ber Will pay market prices for all goody J W HISEL 4rllmu FOUNDon Main street two green window shades Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying for this advertisement 451t x f LOST Between residence en Suras avenue acu new Christian cntujoh pair silver rnreed glasseii 42e turnto MrLw 0 BDonaldon- I 4 a2 J i I = f