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II4ast THE WINCHESTER NEWSVOL1 NcrrsiWINCESTER KY THURSDAY APRIL 81909 I2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEI McCULLUM JURY DISAGREESI ii AND IS DISCHARGED DY COURT E LIt is Reported that it Stood Nine for Conviction and Three for R v Acquittal in the Trial of the Councilman Inutile case of the Commonwealth against McCullum charged with bribf cry the jury was called into court at noon Thursday and reported that they could not agree The court the discharged them They had previously come int court at 1025 and stated they coin not agree but the court sent them back until noon It is reported the jury stood nine for conviction to three for acquittalJones Councilman Jones testified that he- met councilman McCtillum on the streetand they went back into a lot that McCullum gave him two notes of one hundred dollars each that he took the notes to F H Haggard City Attorney and that the next day they were sealed in an envelope and plac ed in the Winchester Bank And that later he got the notes and returned them to McCullum That he did not accept the notes as a bril e and that at no time did he intend o vote for McCullum prWoodson Woodson McCord testified that McI Cullum told him that he McCullum had bought Jones and that he offered to pay Jones the money but that Jones preferred the notes The tes timony of excouncilman J A Mc- Court wits unimportant The names of councilman Todd and City Clerk Tracy were called but they did not appear as witnesses Did it to Trap Him McCullum in his own behalfstated that he gave the noies to Jones but tHat he did it to i1 p him that he knew that Jones was for Pendleton for Collector Cou iicilmatr Dock Pigg swore that Jones said tphim in Mt Sterling that lvould go on the stand and swear I mat McCulfunT did not give lumai olsund that fie notes pnr forgedli Arguments in Case Attorney James F Winn spoke on behalf of the defendant and Commonwealths Attorney B A Crutcher for atip m at N without a verdict After supper they considered the case but did not agree nightiWILL MEET TO- DISCUSS SCHOOL PLANS Teachers Are Invited to Meet With Board of Education l At the next meeting of tic Board of Education of the ctiy whichwill meetoil th efourth Thursday of this month all the teachers will be present ilSlh the board to discuss plans for the future improvement of the schools FIRST BASEMAN ILL SpqciaL to The News AUSUSTA Ga April SHal Chase first baseman of the New York Americans is in the pest house with a severe attack df smallpox other members of the team arc vaccinated d y SOME fALLING THEWAYSIDEa Part of Canvassers For Commercial Club Members Not DoingiMuch beIcial Club are some of them falling by the wayside Several are however adding to their score rapidly Bqt there is still plenty of time for a dark horse to come with a rush and win easily Frank Murphy is so busy writing ads and selling clothes for Easter that he has let up a little on getting membersJ Chambers feels so badly because some of the East Tennessee telephone poles blew down that he has- let up on his canvass until he re strokeIwas so aiding Ike to avoid testifying in the McCullura trial that he has not been able to Cany new members Frank Jackson said that if he had not been roped in to make up a jury hed easily have secured the pin And all this time President Bowcn is fuming because he thinks the win ner is not going to earn the pin PROF HENRY LLOYD TO TALK ON ASTRONOMY Will Lecture at Court House Friday Evening at Eight Oclock 1pFriday evening April 9that th courthouse Prof Henry Lloyd of University will deliver the thudcture ofa series that is being give under the a spiccs if the City Sct ols Thee subject of the lecture is Other Worlds Than Ours or Interesting Facts in Astronomy Prof Lloyd willillustrate this lect ure using slides recently secured ifoin the Yerkos Observatory These lectures do not appeal to p20plecouldlecture it is desirable that children should not attend All adults who may be interested are cordially invited to attend this lecture If von have not received a ticket come onto the lecture and at the door yoti will be given a ticket that will admit you to this and the remaining lecture of the course NO K P MEETING IThere will be no meeting of the Knights of Pythias tonight Regular meeting will be next Thursday night 3 S XSS SG3 S I SAVE JOME OF THE MONEY efTHAT YOU et SAVE4is Ifyou could place in a special purse or deposit in a special fund all flomoneys saved in time course of a year because of your reading and rfcBwering ads youd bo- surprised at the sum total The pennies and dicMe on groceries table supplies the dollars saved on clothes furnitureJB pings objects of art china silverware all in a years course would amount to a tidy sum indeed Wl y dont you try the experiment for a few weeks of ACTUALLY SETTING ASIDE the amounts saved in your purchases on account of your study of the ads Then invest iu something you have long needed and sayaHore is something Ive bought with money ACTUALLY not theoretically SAVED You will find that all of this advise we have been giving you about readingiaud answering ads lias been sound busi nesslike advice And you will let the ads take a real part in yourbuying herea a fortunate circumstance 1 Ilive forI II I 1fY Ii J it i17 t fflif r5fI I tt KING EDWARD AND THE WRIGHT BROTHERS ofEuropeEdward of England and King Alfonso of Spain journeyed to France to wit ness the tests of the aeroplane and listened with eagerness to the explanation of its mechanism by the inventors King Edward pronounced it the most remarkable mechanical invention in the world and invited the Wright brothers to visit T2njzlnndanri are demonstrations before the army and navy engineers INDEPENDENTS AND BURLEY I Growers Get Together and Settle All Their Differences Amicably CINCINNATI 0 April SAt the conclusion of the tidal session late yesterday all matters which resulted in the call for the meeting here of the Independent Manufacturers and Ex ecutive Officers of the Kentucky Bur Icy Tobacco Society rugiiwling tj pooled crop of Burlcy tobacco had parIThe ten per cent of the crop which the Burely Society still hind on hand as a result of the failure of a Louis itewas announced had been taken over by these John J firmsItroit Lovell Buflington Company of 11obac1IOrleans With the final putting throughof this deal veDresenting three hundred and eightyfive thousand dollars it was stated there is now no Burley tobacco to go upon fife market An important action of the moot ing of Burley Society and the Independents was the appointment by the latter of an exchange committee composed of E C frank of Louis rule and E W Lowden of Cincinnati with WL Petty of Lexington Ky as an advisor This committee is to act as a sort ofclearing house between the manufacturers and also between them and the growers An effort was made iu the meeting of Independent manufacturers held apart from the Bur ley Society to pool the tobacco now in their hands but the proposition was rejected EARTHQUAKE TMESSINA Violent Shock is Felt During Night With Subterraneous Rumblings Special to The Nows earthquakeduring the night accompanied iby subterraneous rumblings TWO REAL ESTATE DEALS Mr N R Ratliff sold his residence on Burns avenue to Charles Green for 2600 Wednesday Vie Bloomfield sold 16 T C inspn a lotinBlopmfield Jdd RobI X350 1ednesday x t r ifj LUMBER RATE TO BE ADVANCED Senate to Put Duty on Iron Ore and to Raise Lumber to 150 Per Thousand Special to The News WASHINGTON April lSrhe Son ate Finance Committee has decided to place a duty of 20 cents per ton on irop01jC The Payne but puts it on the free list Congress x ill ptit flu lu ui1itper thousand on number The House rate ofii will he increased to 150 in the Senate This is 50 cents below the Din lcy rate Congress Fordncy has a promise from the Senate lead ers that the lumber tariff will be fixed at 150 IIt seems certain now flint a tariff commission or board of tariff ex perts will be created Senator Al- dricli is going to put such a provision in the Payne bill in the Senate Coma mittec WORK BEGINS ON NEW TRACT Robinson Addition is Now Being Im provedStarted Labor Thursday Work was begun building the streets and laying off the lots in Robinson addition to the city of Vinches tel Thnr c1nyThml this work is completed the new addition will be one of the prettiest portions of the city The streets that arc being built will begin on the Lexington pike and run to Forest avenue arid thence to the Lexington pike extending around the lots The streets will be macadamized trees set out and pavements built In putting down time macadam oil will be used and they will be roll ed making practically an asphalt street Between the pavement and streets a grass spot will be left adding much id the looks Mrs T C Robinson and Mrs V Bloomfield threw out thefirst shovels ofdirtA of the lots iu this addi tion have already beep soUl and before the summer is Over there is no doubt but there will be several nice houses built iu this Section The ad dition is just past the cemetery and it is the object to build thud streets so that it will be a boulevardwhere parties out driving ni11 liavc a nice driveway INSTALLED THURSDAY NIGHT jfQinibbs who was to be in IijgS Thursday after 9nHs Mat the EasternSfar Ifapter will l1ed TJmrsdayfinglift 7 p m e i il If ADVOCATES OF FREE OIL WIN House Insurgents Gain Signal Vic tortUniteWith Dem ocrats Washington April 8 By a coali tion between some Republican house insurgents and the Democrats the ways and means committee was bowled over and the advocates of free crude oil and its products won a sig nal victory when an amendment by Mr Morris of Nebraska placing the insignificant duty of 1 per centum ad valorem on these articles was adopt ed by a substantial majority- A decision of the chairman that amendments could not be offered to the oil schedule other than the one covered by the special rule of last Monday and which provided for the removal of the countervailing duty on crude petroleum and applying an ad valorem duty of 25 per cent was over turned and not even a fervid appeal by the speaker in an endeavor to rally the Republican forces was suffi cient to stem the tide avowedly against the Standard Oil company By a practically unanimous vote the countervailing duty went out as the committee recommended- On all other propositions the com mittee was sustained The barley schedule ran the gauntlet without change tea and coffee were placed on the free list and the duty on barytes increased from 75 cents a ton to 150 a ton A colloquy at first humorous but later developing into personali ties developed between Mr Stanley Ky and Mr Clark Fla and was terminated only upon an objection by Mr Crumpacker Ind that it was against the dignity of the house FEAR REVISION UPWARD Senate Finance Committee Assailed by Many Interests Washington April 8 Onslaughts upon the senate committee on finance by prominent members of congress have become so vigorous since it became known that the work of insert rethatis danger of revision being decidedly of an upward trend it is said unless deaf ears are turned to importunate interests In spite of these conditions good progress is being made and Senator Aldrich the chairman said he could predict that when the bill is reported it will be seen that the revision has been downward especially upon the necessaries of life Senators Dick and Burton intro duced a delegation of coal producers from eastern Ohio who ship their products to Ontario and other Cana dian provinces who desire to retain the reciprocity clause in the Payne bill The pottery and fine china sched ules were considered The views of the national association of wholesale dealers in pottery were presented by Jerome Jones of Boston E H Pitkin of Chicago and George W Kinney of Cleveland They contended that the actual protection to American pottery manufacturers is much greater than represented by the specific rates of 55 and 60 per cent and it is claimed that the actual protection amounts to 80 per cent on decorative and 90 per cent on white china They ask a re duction to 40 per cent ad valorem on white and 45 per cent on decorative china The delegation had been received previously by President Taft Mr Jones talked to the president about speeches delivered by him in the recent campaign in which the president declared that the pottery Industry needed greater protection The delegation gained the impression from Mr Taft that he was speaking generally of the pottery industry and had no special reference to the man ufacture of fine china Its said there is a disposition on the part of senators to still further increase the duty on china Fire Damages Paper Plant Hamilton 0 April 8The giant plant of the Champion Coated Paper company of which Peter G Thomson of Cincinnati is president and which was totally destroyed by fire several years ago was again threatened with destruction The fire broke out in a house on the roof of the plant con taining an electric motor used to draw the damp air from the drying rooms Tho damage will not exceed 2000 Ice to Cost More Chicago April 8 Scarcity of Ice throughout the east and middle w stand demands for increased salaries qn the part of ice wagon drivers and their assistants probably will double the price of ice in many sections of the country during the coming summer according to the statements of local ice dealers A raise of 33 13 per cent already has gone into effect- i t STATE BOARD RESCINDS ITS RAISE OF CLARKS TAX LEtf M1IAfter a hearing before the State Wednesdaythattative raise of Clark countys tax theleyyMrLafe Stateboardwould be unfair that instead of the wasinthere had been a gain of 27000 in realestate values and the loss of 30000 in personalty was more than lumberbusinessThe action of the State Board in allowing the original ussesment to stand means a saving of 5000 to the tax payers of Clark county CROWDS AT H1- 1GREAT HI HALLS Main Street Furniture Store Was Crowded All Day Wednesday Mr Henry H Hall entertained his friends and patrons Wednesday after noon and evening with a handsome Opening at his store on Main street A throng of visitors accepted his invitation In the afternoon from twelve to fifteen hundred persons passed in and out of the attractive store and in the evening a large num ber qi gue ts were entertained The windows of ttie builHuTg vere beautifully dressed for the occasion One represented colonial dining mahoganyfurniture oriental rug Here the round table stood as if for an elegant luncheon It was adorned with lace mats and cen tre piece Colonial tumblers and caudle sticks with red candles and red flower shades The effect of this window was extremely artistic and it was much observed and talked of by all who passed the store The other window was tastefully decorated in Southern smilax and red pointsetters and contained the sani taire bed which is to be given away SaturdayThe and second floors of the store were elaborately and brilliantly decorated in trailing vines of South ern smilax and red and white point setters while on the tables and stands rested large vases of cut flowers In an alcove on the second floor wits a table from which delicious ice cold frappe was served all during the hours of the afternoon and even big The guests the sweet music of the Winchester orchestra which was stationed on the second flooraMr Halls store is crowded with furniture of all kinds The three floors were visited by hundreds all day The stock carried will in vari ety and extent compare favorably with the large stores in Lexington and will exceed any other store in this section of the State INSANE MAN- RUNSAMUCK Plumber in Aurora Illinois Kills Woman and Two WoundsII Special to The News AURORA lItjprilS2Armcd with a revolver and shotgun John Anderson an insane plumber ran amuck in the streets here killing Mrs John McVieeker wounding her husband an dMrs Jno Belford and then v fcpmmitling Biucide JJu of fit i II yr rJ t i6 i II TKEoewiTlIER 1 Fair ta aiikt ari Frilly Caner II nJfht with prataMy Fract 10II TAFT REFEREES WHISKEYCONTESTDistillers t Food LawsHeard at White House r Washington April 8 The bitter controversy which has been in progress ever since the pure food law wale enacted as to what is whisky was renewed at the White House before President Taft as referee The debate enlisted the services of many dig tinguished lawyers among them JO- seph H Choate former ambassador to Great Britain and John G Carlisle former secretary of the treasury In addition there were present the rep resentatives of practically all the big distilleries of this country Attorney General Wickersham Secretary ol Agriculture Wilson and Dr Harvey W Wiley the pure food expert were among the government representa tives heard Under the ruling of Former Attor ney General Bonaparte in consonance with an opinion by Dr Wiley a11 whisky not aged and freed from fusel oil by several years of storage ia white oak barrels which have keen charred on the inside has been made subject to labelling under the head of imitation or compound whisky The distillers who purify their prod uct by higher forms of mechanical rectification and redistillation are anxious to have this ruling reversed declaring they are suffering damage from the system labelling new ia vogue whereas the wlftiitfw are as pure and free from deleterious lagre dients as the whisky rectified la the oldfashioned way and n w regarded as the only straight whisky on the market Most Scotch whiskies and f some high grades of rye and sourtmash in use in this country arc class ed as Imitation at present The matter has been taken under advisement by the government attorneys and a decision is expected soon HADLEY FAVORS LICENSE Governor Sends Special Message tt Missouri Legislature Jefferson City Mo April 8 Whether by submitting to the voters of the state a proposed constitutional amendment providing for statewide prohibition any useful public purpose would be served was declared by Governor Hadley to be the best standard by which the legislature should treat the measure This opinion was expressed la a special message to the general aHem bly Governor Hadley said he favored the severing of saloons from brew eries and distilleries and of whisky dealers from politics He suggested license for clubs in order that Sunday observance may be controlled and favored laws for the establishment of district local option Police Held For Murder Fitzgerald Ga April IChief rf Police Cnarles Brubaker and Policeman G B Johnson were arrested and Jailed on a charge of murder in the first degree for the killing of Robert Gresham The officers were trying to arrest Gresham on a charge of robbery and allege that he resisted Portugal Has New Cabinet Lisbon April 8General S C De Sousa Tellee who was at one time minister of war has succeeded ia forming a new cabinet Although ne official announcement has been made it is believed he will take the pert folio of war 0Rapid Transit The Laplander can travel about 1M mlles a day on his skates PROF SPENCER TO LECTURE Prof B F Spencer will lecture to Jhe Kof P lodge Thursday night He has not given out Ms subject as yet but it will be of importance to the members and a full attendance is desired Miss Golden Dfajvis yi with appen dicitis i f i 1 I f s t t r E WINCHESTER NEWSIid YtJi r a tiEjiIESTEI IEWS1- ii11 liHIi jINIMt Newa r tL P1III IIiIlJ1 JSf1fiWS C Iratec1 ee4Mlt1r MitlrStridet Wlhchcstir Kentucky Daily Exwpt Suncay eret is econdold manner fire rliS lflOS at thd post office Wimclidifor Kentucky1 under th- etit of March 3 1879 j SUBSCRIPTION RATES iVrViiCwt1 OeliVcry Daily one year 520 9a Weekt t 10 x Payable at office or to collector irtryTf ek Mpir Delivery laM i u 300 r 5ianfthi L50- e e Dl nth 25 t P Y bin adviuce i 1p VlRilSI G RATES Display Per Inch F li t L l Uy edition 25 J rye tasteymtlimne week 50 w4 k coirtinu0tisly LOO fa calendar month 300 l o tunes a week 240 f wnaeaks three times a week 180 1201ftfijjff f5 lonthsJ 25 per cent one 7jlEi 18 13 per sent v ftdliiB Ndtfces =Per Line fineff notices body type 7c l r oSrig news Tieadingsl5o I5IH both Phones No 91 THURSDAY APRIL 8 1909 ffife BRIBERY CASES fethsaddest feature of the urisav o Tessthat hats been thre ed over Giiijit Court thq lasftwo days ieith fceptshceby everybody coun tt 2JJiiiftiidates and citizens of the collectorShiip was to be Btinnhlff through the entire t iinitJhyii the Jones andMcCuilum trdijs was the prices offered council ijipii fitheir votes OJUB witness s i H5hktpQO had been paid for qgyoi j and the name of the man Ivan that rite was not given iuaLtIib snf evidence for I Anotlicr stated that he was com te j4aIvitiiiraw as a candidate for because the pace becam- etJF6rhimh5t a could not af rlo gb abpye fl000 for the of j Tneie Iran no appreciation of the ofltleS tpse councilmen owed the city b w1n they had been honored of CollectorIYif icl theY might realize some b le There were undoubtedly htt ne With Council but the ibers geiitamenfc appeared Ho gC- Ittpw 1 c fie Ifstimonyflf both Jones and JicCullunr was nauseating Each traptithoiest jnlin And they both seemed thhvefound out But the toy qbb to whicH politics hitk faltehin Winchester is seen from ftttfcfncl that one of these men lead the d can4vI DemoIr f i ei I theVIr e yThe foilier5 ah ayowed candidate r fflC councilman in the fourth ward iPis S RBpiIBUcan ward and a nom r fifth is usually equivalent to ah e tin We cannot believe tint he c bcfd o R ubhcans to unite with the decent B41ft rafssinkitheir partizanship iii name a clejUimsn for the coun citi tA r I t f Tti te ketrttamedat theJ mo rat 47 ic primary for councilmen with a sty exception is a thigh class one FathersWh5diij ia bi ldiat the thres fiM oil krktlcareer Tllb next few yes will decide whether ire are to ihtircAsee in pTf lilJttioh acid commer t ifj mp rtaifce nor remain it small town We have been so busy seeking outHidfr capital outside manufactur i ttteiton booming the city that f1rJt1 forgotten our family house hi r TV keeping Yeeannotliope to take t6 position tplhvhich we aspirj unless we improve our internal affairs have a decent city gbvernmefit new and clean streets sewers a city hall We have high hopes of file iew council WORDS TO FREEZE THE SOUL Your son has Consumption His wise is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Blev ei sa leaaing merchant of Spring field N C by two expert doctors one a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery lifter three weeks use writes Mr Elevens nIle Was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases oh earth 50c and 100 at Phillips Drug Store Guarantee sat isfaction Trial bottle free KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th 6 days Rockcastle county August 183 days Bourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Louisville September 13th 6 days- Lincoln county July 21 3 dayfc Spencer county August 10 r 4 days Mercer county August 12 3 days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky August 19 3 days Shelby county Aucust 24 4 days Laurel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 days If secretaries of fans will kindly furnishes we will cprry them free o6narge HOWTO GROW FAT A Lazy Stomach the Cause of Thin ness Nine Times in Ten If you are thin or lean have scrawl neyarmsan rripck you cant grow fat unless your food properly di gests People take on flesh in proportion 011ganto the blood Just as long as this nutritous mat ter passes along without being ab sorbed just so long will your remain thin Perhaps your stomach bowels and liver need a tonic If your digestion is not perfect Miona tablels will put it right at once Miona will cure indigestion and every conceivable le ailment of the stomach promptly It cures by building and toning up and not by encouraging a tired stomach to con tinue its shiftless and health destroy ing habits It promptly drives away sour stomach belching of gas heaviness after eating Phillips Drug Company sells Mio na for 50 cents a large box anc guarantees it to cure indigestion set and carsickness vomiting of pregnancy and all stomach diseases and distress or money back Miona is sold by leading drug gists everywhere The iilyrians The Illyrian province formula shortlived government being instl VarIlousThe ancient Iilyrians are now represented by the Albanians which fact doubtless gave the little kingdom its titleMr F G Fritts Oneonta N Y grcatlsrcfueaytrouble Foleys Orino Laxative is best for women and children as it benefitted by taking Foleys Oiino Laxative and I think it is the best is mild pleasant and effective and is a splendid spring medicine as it cleanses the system and clears the completion Sold by all druggists OhciUit Here Is the way to quit smoking recommended by a man who failed to make it work Instead of quitting off shorn quit gradually Dont smoke In the morning until you cant stand it any longer Then smoke a cigar rah then quit againuntil youare conpelleb to smoke or go crazy By degrees you will learn to do without smoking Atchison Globe A Journalist Is Born Ton cannot teach a man to be a J6urnaiIsV for he is born not made and theiealrf ournallsts spring at once Steevensintotheirwould bore one far beyond the limits of this paragraphi For Journ Mst Is the man who is interested in fe and wants to share the Interest with other livers And a lecturer in crowded classroom would not heIr London Chronicle N er i SETTLEDiTobacco Manufacturers Are at Peace With Ejich Other Cincinnati Of April 8At the conclusion of the final session it was an jidunced that all matters which resulted in the call for the meeting here of Independent manufacturers of tobacco and the executive officers of the Kentucky BUrley association regard tobaceoiparties concerned whichithehand as the result of the failure of a purItaken over byv a number of firms With the final putting through of this deal representing 385000 it was stated that there is now no bur ley tobacco to go upon the market FISHING TUG AND SAND BOAT LOST Storm Works Havoc Along Lake Erie Coast Cleveland 0 April 8The fishing tug George Flood with seven men aboard and the sand sucker Mary H with a crew of nine men are missing and the Barge Norman Kelley with a crew of four persons was rescued after a desperate struggle as a result of a fierce windstorm which raged on Lake Erie The wind blew a mile gale Lifesavers have been unable to do effective work and but one tug the Anson M Bangs which rescued the barge Kelley near Sandusky has been able to make any headway on the water The steel barge Kelley was tossed about like a cork on the lake The crew three men and a woman were picked up after floating 15 miles away from Kelleys island the mooring point of the boat It was while Joseph Enio Charles Todd Mrs Wood and a deckhand were attempting to strengthen the moorings of the Kel ley that the ropes broke and they drifted out to sea There was neither an engine or an oar on tho barge so the crew was at the mercy of the waves LOSE LIVES ON WAGER Three Detroit Men Attempt to Cross River In Heavy Gale Detroit April 8At least eight persons lost their lives in the storm that visited Detroit and Michigan Anthony Kaup a saloon keeper Jo seph Kadich a barber and Adam Fe lin all of Wyandotte attempted to cross the Detroit river in a rowboat from Wyandotte to Canada in a 50 mile gale to settle a wager and all three were drowned when their boat capsized Kadich bet Kaup 5 that he would not dare to cross in the small boat Felin was stakeholder At Jennings in Missaukee county three young men named Bernard Carl son Charles Jacobson and John Tor rey were killed by a falling wait Benjamin Helmer 8 was killed by lightning near Ionia and Ray Miller was killed at Brighton by flying tim bers LIGHTNING PLAYS PRANK Splits Piano Soon After Young Lady Leaves Instrument Indianapolis Ind April 8The violent storm that swept northern Indiana left in its wake many overturned houses barns and outbuildings tore out telegraph and telephone poles killed one man and injured a number of persons At Albion tho house of Peter Shellhouse was destroyed and he was pinned to the floor under a stove and burned to deathThe storm was not so serious in In Indianapolis but lightning played a strange freak here It struck the house of James Jacobs demolished two rooms and split a piano in two parts a few minutes after a daughter of Jacobs had left the piano and passed into another room Toledo Factory Unroofed Toledo April 8 Northwestern Ohio experienced one of the most severe windstorms in its history Scores of persons were injured many of them seriously and the property dam age is large In Toledo losses are estimated at 25000 The wind at tained a velocity of 70 miles an hour The main building of the ToledoMas sillon Bridge company was partially wrecked by the storm and about 300 men are out of work until repairs can be made The roof over the main building of the plant 108x400 feet was torn off and deposited in a field Fatalities at Detroit Detroit Mich April 8At Brigh ton Ray Miller was killed and his brother Guy was severely Injured by being struck by the roof of a house which blew off during the severe windstorm Two boys reported to the police that they saw two other little boys blown Into the river from a do k on Belle Isle It was also reported that three Hungarians nad been drowned in the river off Wyandotte by the capsizing of their boat in the high sea that is running in the river Lake Boat Seeks Shelter Ludington Mich April 8TheCrosby line boat Conestoga put Into this port for shelter owing to the gale on Lake Michigan 1 4 i 1 r f A11NTIS k TURNBULL6t Jf i J ANNOUNCE THEIR ANNUAL 0 ILiiSflU j of high grade Spring Apparel and Dress Goods V for the ladies of Winchester and vicinity for1 THIS ENTIRE WEEK D l Monday April 5I to Saturday ApifllO M Neither tie expense nor care have been spared to make this the greateSt fl showing of the new things of Spring that we have ever gathered togfefficr for D the consideration of the women of this commtinity We extenda cordial inei- taton to cometi u A W 11 El apricesiare riot only moderate but clearly pont to II the path of economical buying U II i1JJ ARTIS Sr TURNBULL U rL ==c2clJIcIC== =iiittP 60 TO JACKSONS ARTJ3ALLERYGo for a good photo See some of his latest samples you will then be convinced that Jackson can get out as good a pHoto as you can have made in your city Also has a full lure of fancy frames for portraits and photos He has arranged with an expert view man to make house views Anyone desiring work of this kindshould leave their order at th- estndio34 North Main street 46eod UP BEFORE THE BARINIIBrown an field Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years and find them such a good family medicine we Avonldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Bil liousncss oiSick Headache they work wonders 25c at Phillips Drug Store IT In the hope that all men may profit by his experience and take heed thereof Gee1fBeck who lives in 807 3rd street Evand whose business is in 230 2nd street W Duluth Minu makes public his experience which we give below believing it will be grate fully received by all as relief to their present subjection He says 1 do not think it would be fair to the Rheumaline Remedies if did not tell my fellow sufferers what this wonderful medicine has done for me in such short time am only sorry did not begin the treatment week sooner for then would have had one week less of torture went to the drug store on Friday afternoon on crutches with my left foot swollen to nearly twice its natural size and painFul could not bear the weight of it on the floor Except one week that foot has been that way for two mouths On that lay my right foot was beginning to swell and pain me in the same way and when got home it was swollen burst open the shoe lace when unlid my shoe and as Soon as my shoe was off it puffed up almost as large as the other thoughtI was in for seige pjc suffering as had no faith in the medicine but took according to directions atidiiiafc half past Thousand Heads for Two Thousand Hats Wanted You can have your choice you come early enough pick out the best sample Hat at 50c on the Dollar Just now received from loading mann facturert at tho- SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main St CINCINNATI TAILORING CO MANN REDMON Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home WorkIFRENCH DRY DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER KY v PHONE 528 LovelornIAdvice for the When a girl begins to tall a grea deal about sonic other man excellent time to propose her = c = = HIS WIFE DROVE DULUTH MEAT DEALER 10 a I a I I I I a so I I so it I I a I it ni- neii if to it is ar to I oclock I went to sleep and slept all night the first night I had not been able to sleep for ncajly a week and Ive been slpoping good every night since and feeling better every flay twombrelief from all the medicine Ive taken in two months as I have from five days of the Rheumaline Treatment ant Im gotarelief quicked than I ever thought I would My wife drove me to it for r didnt believe enough in your ad vertisements to want to try Rheuma line I had tried so much but she begged me to try Rheumaline Im glad 1 did Refer anyone to me and Pit be glad to tell them all about my case and what Rheumaine has dope You read youksladto tell you more about his case toiprocureiRheumaline It cures rheumatism lumbago sciatica neuralgia goutand kitjney liver bladder stomach arid blood troubles caused by uric acid Rheumaline Capsules stop pain immediately Rheumaline Tablets re lieve constipation Get Rheumdlinc at once It removes the cause- I tr JiClark County INCORPORATED Cans rue ionCo1 Think of the mud and hill climbing tax- paid each year On spIicationMethods solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and pliI Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale andisame in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteedJ CLARK CIRCUIT COURT r Jerry Taylor Plaintiff vs Notice Burl Turner J A Hughes Shirley Huddun W H Ntilcinr Hardman Royce and Winchester Bank Defendants The above parties to this action and L Nunan and Haddon Tobin IT notified that I as Master Com missioner of the Clark Circuit Court will at my office in Winchester Ken tucky beginning on April 3rd 1909 hear evidence as to the indebtedness of the firm of Taylor and Turner as of April 3rd 1907 Preferences of any assets of said firm at said time the relative tohRaid assets with the purpose of settling said partnership I will coutinf ue to hear evidence as to till April 17th 1909 LEELAND HATHAWAY M C CCC SUBSCRIBE OR THE NEWS i r4 I f No can cost thoFa- rmers as much as a poor one we tions Road PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEVENSON Attorney At Lawt 60 tg Main St Wfnchestciy ENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester yi WINCHESTER ROLLERHJliLS the county is the Wiobhuiilcir iKdilcr Mills Why not use home flouptthc best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eaual The oldest and best insiifrtttfon in- EiAIINKtkf Cares catarrh or back Just breathe it in Complete outfit including inhaler Extra bottles QOc Druggists A r ii I THEWINCHEItItif NEWS P TIIr w sHffflSifflffi fr i1G1 11 lMMTiJ 1MMOOOOJiUiJMMOOMMMMMMMJi1J lOOMMMJilMJi1 EASTER SHOWING13 E ThisJs the week when everybody Is in the ra etogetthe newest J and E S1Sgnaosf apparel for Easter wear With Easter the x Sunday g action on the part of intending buyers i8 i MMMB iIElegant ii 8 Tailored Suits I 3Fashions swellest and most rl expert models Suits with grace ful curves and lines The love k r2 liest Chiffons Panamas Worst 3 eds and Serges every one a dis 3 tinctive spring model 8 SILK 501T51250 TO 3150 WASH 501TS1000 TO 1500 rl3 WOOL SUITS2500 3000 4000 8SILK COAT 8 75UP PU rl BLim COATS 575 TO 1250 3 N W LINE OF SKIRTS ALL B PRICES 495 TO 1650 S H i j We just received a new line of the newest shapes in BAGS all the latest colors all leathers and I SEE THEM IN OUR I r u lC H BOWEN = ul M C Club The M C Club met with Mrs T C Allan the president Wednesday afternoon for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year The following officers were elected Mrs Clyde Gaines presi dent Mrs R O Fitch vice pres ident Mrs Jno Davis secretary Miss May belle Faris treasurer After the election the regular work of the Club was begun Mi- sMarne s Tucker gave the lesson which Was Greece Mrs W H Garnett and Miss Faris gave nag azine articles in a yery manner at the conclusion of which little Miss Ora Games Allan assisted by her teacher Mrs Jno Davis gave several beautiful se lectio s on the piano The Club adjourned to meet with Mrs J C Vaught on April 21 The Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian will have an ster market on Friday and Satur day April 9 and 10 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 storeroom adjoining C B Bowens store ie Juvenile Missionary Society ole Methodist church will have an Easter egg hunt on Friday afternoon at 380 oclock at the home o little Miss Elizabeth Jackson on Lexington avenue Admission 5 cents Thereisa law ia Pennsylcaoiaf t Dress Goods We have the finest line of dress goods in the city New shipments are still arriving daily for our spring business GoodsjusttheAll shades in fancy stripes and solid colors White ground suitings in serge and batiste with black stripes Beautiful broadcloth and tailor suitingsMohairs and fancy are all the rage I have brand very HAND and popular Aligator Seal Calf Morocco WINDOW r interesting church They z and O n1 ilOj requiring each bachelor to pay a month toward the support of an old maid As yetnone of these eon densed sweetnesses have come for ward and admitted themselves to beold maids It might be advisa ble to rEquire them to pay that amount lor allowing these bachelor girls to remain as old maids or what would hurt them worse to come forward and prove themselves not worth tthe 10 per month = The directoire gown is doomed so say the couturiers and by next fall a new fashion which will revive the Louis Quinze basket dregs will be the mode Thip gown has great flounces or puffs oq the hips and the bodice reaches far down to a point A modification of this style was in Vogue in 1880 but has not been fashionable since I PERSONALS Mrs Carrie Mills Mr and Mrs R McKee Scobee and little Miss Martha Scobee returned home from an extended trip through Florida Tuesday night Mrs Pace who has been quite ill of acute indigestion is somewhat better Mrs Morton Cassedy of Louis ville is spending a few days with Mrs Strauder Goff and Miss Sara Buckner fThe friends of Mrs Jas Evans are glad to know she is able to be out again Mrs Fowler has returned to her L W and Miss Tandy Mr Bruce Reynolds of Lexing ton was in town Wednesday- Mr Otis Sudduth was in hexing ton Wednesday Mr W P Hackett was in Mt Sterling Wednesday on business Mr George Green was in Mt Sterling Wednesday on business was town Wednesday to see the ball game Miss Sadie Nolcini was in L3xing ton Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Hugh Meguiar ar rive 3 home from St Petersburg Fla Wednesday night Mr Spradliog formerly a K W C boy but who now is studying Ferndell Pure Foods Candies f Silks- All the new things are hereJsuchas delight the eye of the dainty woman New Salome Silk the Rajah the Indro the Shantung and the Shah Seco Silk dotted and plain in all shades Chelsea Silks in bordered styles white grounds with fancy figures Arnold Spangled Silks TRADING STAMPS I I CLIFTON B RPSSIHipiiHfflfflHffllHfflHHffliH IIWIIIl IIIIIIIIIIIIII HAND BAGS EJOCIETY deliphtl 1 theIeveningI at was in town Wednesday Mrs Crews Rash of Clay City is the guest of Mr and Mrs J M Rash Mr Floyd Day came home Wed JacksonI returned home Wednesday Miss Myrtle Judy of NorthMidd- letown was the guest of friends here Wednesday IMr Carl Willis of Lexington guest of friends here Wed nesdayMrs Carrie Buckner and Mrs Wed1neSdayWidow Miss Parks has returned to her home in Covington after a delight Now is the Time that a housekeeper is at a loss to know to eat and canned goods seem to be about the only available therefore it is most essential to the best grades Do not allow to be enticed into buying cheap canned goods It is both harmful refqodsisyearYhatA trial order from us is all that is necessary to convince you that we give both quality and qUantIty J ft Rounsavall O Go SOLE AGENTS Huylers II17 IPricesI y i i Hosiery Ythisthis country both for ladies WeLordgoods carry KNOTAIR guaranteed for six months black tan and light shades 200 and 300 per one half doz en This is the best silk lisle hose made for 50cImisses and especially guaranteed for child ren very elastic never binds leg ripprooftouch any tendor part of the toe 25c a pair ful visit with her brother Mr Ce cil Parks Mrs O C Flynn and Miss Norma Lexingtondow matinee LOGICAL ECZEMA CURE ENDORSED BY After treating eczema for years as a practically incurable blood disease the medical world is greatly interest ed in the discovery that it is not a blood disease at all but is due to parasite in tie skin itself This par asite is easily destroyed bv the ex ternal application of a compound oi oilof wintergreen thymol glycerine- etc This will quickly kill all eczema perms while soothing and refreshing the skin Dr R A Folkerts of Minn tells of the success in patients sufferingfromyears and I applied the D D D treatment I also applied it to a ma of West Duluth Minn who has beer suffering with Rheumatism for four teen vears and Eczema in his fee and the second treatment in hot cases cleared the skin almost absolutely The first apolication is a balm and its soothine effect is be yond expression I shall never be without itaud shall use it amono my patients altogether No matter how terribly you suffe from eczema salt rheum ringworm etc you will feel instantly soother and the itch allaved at once when r wintergreecompound r seem to be permannet We recommend it with D D Soap Phillip The Boy and His Dad A boy who has the brotherly Inter Est of his father Is lucky Sometime a wild lad does not seem to have much in common with his father and it wIP be the mothers task to discover something which they can do together play dominoes chess read the same hook or anything to give a kindred sympathy Thing Greatly Worth Having The one thing supremely worth the having is the opportunity coupled with the capacity of doing a thing well and worthily the doing of which IB for the welfare of mankind Theo dore Roosevelt Philosophical- A girl with freckle feels Just at mdoesu i yanksNew York Prtos 1 j r i L Gover E E Perrinfs Gloves are E recognized the world over as the best WE ARE tr3 SOLE AGENTS FOR Evj THEM 3 IIkid81oveWe fit the gloves to the hand CIand guarantee them lI 3 WE GIVE GREEN E E II Jeweler Quisenberry Transylvania what thing have possible yourself RW PHYSICIANS CASTRO LANDS ON FRENCH TERRITORY Temper Not Improved of Events of Last Few Days Fort de France April 8 Cipriano Castro the former president of Ven residenceaHe arrived here on the French steam er Guadeloupe which sailed from Bordeaux on March 26 and he very willingly came ashore owing to the British governments refusal to per mil him to disembark at Port of Spain Trinidad thehFrench government witt regard to Senor Castro they permitted him to land without opposition considering him simply as a private citizen He was accompanied by his secretary ofnthe party continuing on their journey to Lagualra The former president was greatly thehsoon after his arrival he expressed himself as having been outraged by the treatment accorded him by the governments concerned in his inter diction He showed the utmost indig nation at the action of President Gomez saying Ik was I who placed him In his high position and I have been very badly recompensed But justice is Imminent and the only satisfaction that I desire is that the light shall be thrown on those Infamies which have been attributed to me Foleys ORINQ LaxativeIsfCURE- SConshpadon Stomach and Liver Trouble by stimulating these organs and restoring their natural action Is best for women and chit dren as ORINQ does not gripe or nauseate Sold bjr all druggists r zP kl PICKARD Hand Painted China C Nothing could be more appropriate for the wedding gift than a set or piece of this beautiful andartistic hand decorated china which without question is unequalled for beauty of coloringand design or varietyof style and decora Europef IIc H HOWE LJeWler and Optician Special Display APRIL 7 1907 9 AM to 9 PM To Take Off a Tight Ring When a ring has become too tight for the finger as It often happens among growing children Instead of using the old method of filing take apiece of common twine Insert one end under ring towards the hand the other end wind closely around the fin ger until over the joint Now proceed to wind with the end back of and if done correctly the tIght string will come off easily t See fIt yqq wants to see de brighEside o liferYaid Uncle ELen yous gott tQ be willihto put In a little patience aa hard work to help keep U polished lip r q fRANK ROY9 THE PAINTERVI i Newels HI HaliLV Nothing else used but National lead and oilthe very best All work l guaranteed IdwesC estimates East r26i ii f I n r r rv7 7 T 7 IJIii jc Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS a tI oWt l cILnlf o tf iiLtliJf 1 Jln f uypf i r tiJI sYY- IR r wAmi i jiiA j t4 I f1t lL U 1 Q iM W fJf itft6ii1 1 i toESISTALX DELICIOUS J J l t 1 I J t a Jttv x 4it1e f1 t pft rs Ik4- t f V t 7 t 4 i DAYIjrt rri rTAVLeRsn t i Sfaturday Apri1 Tenthf 7 p1 t I JM S FIf HEiADIES J 00 r ejNLJ t ti g f K j Ma1K sJ t I 4f t f I 1 L c s cwrw t A I i i FAVORSiFOR ALL OCCASIONS VJCi JIfIJ J L JU aA 1 I Vc h hr I i L I f REDS HAVE off tJJ f IIN SPEED Id j ifl If Batting S WtiUP WilH Yielding in cfncIhhajtijfcirHave Great Iv Team irftitflfl tw lit fitfef ht lbiIr Zer 6 eci tq The dews CINCINNATI Q April 8Tliose i Reds of dlirs haVe bUen giving the jbcal Tollpi ers of the game quite a r fromtheefdus and defeats scarce but best t pfallin victories well as infde f fonts tine team has shown such speed imelirgence sameness anQgpaph ing that is is geherftlly t su is axein foVia s asQnlt of cjaggier sport al has been vpuch Safecl them in some years The one gieatquestion about the team now is Wi ttiey hiU If the batting de gaxtmeut of the Jeams zes slip with tlie stjjQf it there is good reason e that Cincinnatiwill be anwljig the firSt four wben the num 1 hung up earlyKinOctBber raftWir triinltli still declines to make any predictjoris but daily his satisfaption over the material he has evidencebithlttlie is moulding his athletes into an extremely nifty base ball machine Jim Delahanty Visitor f Jim D lahanty fOimerl of tit e ilefls now with tare Vasliingtpn Leant engagerinept ofjtliQ Senators early in the week Delahauty went tp the Orient tellspmeJxfiToners over fuerei The Jups liave- ffiken iip base ball in greitfj sbdi said Delahanty and are great fie d 7 ersbut its a shame to compel the to bat especiallY against good p itch oJJakef f fiVst basemen We were playing i1 Chicago and it was Snakes turn to r gbvto Mtv He walked to the without his club and Manager fitl tlocailed to b 1JU Le a pal Tai fcltllevtneed a bat And thats the way ItIS wltuJtlietItf5 prr ri 1tRl j J- t k exhibition games before the regular o season opens Wednesday April 14 with tfieiitfeDiugs ls lie the local bunch Most interesting of thesejames will be the contests the Chicago White Sox on Satur n ay and Sunday April10 and 11 It is C9miskeysteam some years weather conditions always being against them but it is xpected that Observer Bassler will at things this year This wilt be the last Sunday game before the regular season and ought to draw n big crowd ThO first Sunday attrafc c Hoh on the local lot Curing the reg aloe season will be Roger DresnU bails remodeled St Louis Cardinajs They will be Here Sunday April 19 rtJleini Sunday championship coil est of the year And as all Jlet roads will be running excursions l1 the city the outoftown fans bIr1I htirdopeThe Marathon Craze IThe Marathon craze has struck Cincinnati in zeal earnest not at the exact present time butrfor the near 4 future President Herrmann Pf he Cincinnati club is the original Maga thou kid here He closed con ts some time ago for Toga L9lgbtj Jfphnny aYes porandq and Alffec Shrubb to run 1 Marathon race atofLeague Park some time before tluk1 June Roses give their annual pfej foiiiiflnceNov that a little short Iegg6d French chauffeur has beaten Ia11 these cracks therebaddiII 5 OOQto ails assets Mr Henman Jta pp ned iiegptiatipns with tide Qaul nsp to cOIl a here soJ that when he Cincinnati J rAthon tapes e h tJontwidBts wilL be the fivq greafes ong li13burltettpecd rs ing inc WpVld Spme attractiontthatwllttt9 j Jim Jeffries TifitJ Tetfrres is kfeepiiig lliie sporting pfg of such pnperslls will pay an attention tobim wqllilled these day with riepprits tif Ms willingsness t denialsmthe same reports The fact is tin Jeffries siniply is stalling jn order make Ins theatrfcat venture pros- t u as ossible There is a tellgrounofed b iiiafanion g sporting mcnI that the bigMlbw feels that he tutoJhtiit gJrini gin and tit at eventually some one else will have t try to wrest the heavyweight tjtlqv frpinu Jack Johnson Itsan even betA Uial Jeines rieviirwilt do it Dccoratlbn Diy AV teutv4on rdisfa6ce iawnersi in tbiP1i9iIritfflUrh hraq ppprtunity tJ l I i s f f f tingHKelr erfdiiranSe difTJecorat5 tion pay hellte National Athletic Cliib will start nrace over the ofllcial Marathon distan c for n series of medals and perhapss cup It is planned to ye start be at Hamilton 0and the fiiiI ish on Fountain mrc in C t i ma ticite a number of local athletes In have signified their intention of going a into the affair and will begin training once It is expected that there also will he a number of entries from variojs citieswandtorvtts within a radius of 150 or 200 miles pf Cin nn tiftpbeRemedy It furnishes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter and it purifies the bipod y stimulating the kidneys mill caus= them to eliminate the impurities from it Foleys Kidney Remedy im I parts new life and vigor Eleasant to take Sold by all druggists FLEMING COUNTY IS TO HAVE A NEW JAiL FLSfeMH GSBUHGKy April 8 The Fiscal Court has contracted for tine erection dfa new jail in this the cost of 68O0 The work teariiVg the old jail away will oncen Foley Honey and Tar is a safe guard against serious results fromj lungss l eoilhterMts by insisting upon hay anbd lnaiuifut1 b REVZ W p IGGIS ILL RevvZ W rIgglof Grant count refinesst t recoveryof healthtoof Re corder Elder Pith is a native of Clan county pal many relatives tu friends here IfYiriroubles you should tale Foleys Kid ney Remedy to strengthen and btiildj up the kidneys so theywi ac as a senqjis kidney troiiblb maY1develo n S otd bYtl1 i t t a Itt I T 1 11l 1lf ir ftff L I ur A l SV t fr v t j FINE CANDIES gc r as on ojppoimBnts as er P it Ii t J LOWN- EYSJ ICELEBRATED Wl MrwArl y1yAA 7l 1A 1 11 1 fti iiftLA WJESN ESS f FroniA S of EN Tobacco News The Shelby Record picked out a Ii news item in the News last sermonIreportingplant bed destruction we said the icholas County owner was member of lie Society and did not know ofn personal enemy J and1 thereforeivewere at a loss to under stand the motive We might have uqdeduRS the depredations are al ways alleged to be the other waytj but we dd not because we thought the people knew that and are sur used ip find the Record just waking i The only two cases of nightrid ing that eYei came under our personal observation were a case of barn burning and n case of plant bed scraping Within one half hour af teihtlie bans burned its ownera strong antiequity man informed us it was the wotk pf a personalenemy well known to him who was not a member of any Equity local union whose tobacco was not in the pool and that the Equity people had notli ing to do with it Yet the papers got it as a case of night riding The other case proved to be a case where the tenant scraped his own beds to avoid a bad contract It also went in the papers under headlines of hor ror and against the pool This much for thosMvho need this kind of in ftJnnalioiv Now our position on law and order is and always has been better than that assumed by the Record for it shuts its eyes to the misdeeds of one side and finds all the fault on the other We not the lawles ness that hmnrkeclthe tobacco figit but we t hate and despise it since iinjuryt down tempororily the lacy of the laud and substituted therefor mob Buet if the a tt l acts i g have injured the State how much more has it hurt to have the vast number of eases that were not con heraldedd abroad to disgrace good v 1a pressr which to say the least has shown itselfrjcareless or tlie public weal gull to say thevorht venal us some maintain Will the Record as o far into the question nsw baye desIpjT 1 i i If Anything Should Haippen WHAT rjjw uityo 1 doi Just tiiis would be wise NOW substanceBarretts is the best place for well made photos at popular prices TbeI work of his new lensjgis as fiit silkw22 North NTainst tlnl1g1il1gI nation for the purpose of morColidollarsabiding people who aye the Records neighbors and patrons Will it say- tha1 the conscienceless method of dividing this State into districts in which it wouldniowonlY9nc buyer its crop owner had refused the dastardly price from the country to the city market so that it could bring no more on the breaks than was offered in the and Ifplansits monopoly and robbed the owner of half or more of his cropare these any better than the nigtyt riding of the thoughtless but desperate toI mccp 7 Will the R or say that this shouldbbe smitten hip arid thigh by every commqnwealths attorney in the State and all the forces of the Federal government until it is put out of busi ives jusfe as the Slate has tried to do the poor desperate night rider Will it say that the Trust didt not begin this fight by triking the first blow and dariiig the tobacco fellows Jo IThenhave stepped in and made the all behave Will the Record say that the Trust was as justified in its actions as the night rider is in his if there were sucha thing as jusljfi cation for lawbreaking If tine Re cord will not say all of these things it better not attempt to act as Censor Morum in Kentucky We wantnoi onesided enforcement of the law j jult must be qnf prcetl on high a nqlow al kq it must have the dignity of nQtbbe what the defenders of the Trust pfIIhej L l N it r f t ION Pr- SII DjOff VPres L Points SEe r t i Fish VegetaWWi CUI1 10TH PhONES OPERA SOUSE LOCK i a Clothes Gleaned Pressed h Trench Cleaning and Guarantee Ladies Party Dresses a Specialty Ky CALL by day or night if you want Your transferee it r rt Pfine 94 339 tr 1 00 ij t rI WE WANT YOUR NORSE to show the benefits of the good feed that you buy from us and accordingly sell you nothing but the best that Will give your animal high spirits strength and endurance Feed your horse ou our clean fat oatsandy- ou will keep it in good good condition for work or pleasure THE PURINA CHICKEN FEED IS SflllNG FAST J R COAL AND COMPANY B I CURl IS I O FITCH Asst Cashier Clark County Natl Bank 1865 BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All CAPITAL AND SURPLUS f35000000 11Itlice W S DOLPHIN 1TAILOR SHOP Repaired- We do Satisfaction AliiISttiiON NELSdNJheTTansferMdD baggage OFFS CEHm Night PApm 4 MARTIN SUPPLY ChlerI ESTABLISHED iCapital 100000 Until videdPrdfifsr5 Ji6dob THE fw Winchester Bank or WiIVCHESTIR- N nt HT W1THERSPCKDN PRESIDENT t lot w R SPHAR CASHIER- c SOLICITS yQi1h- ICDOUITS Ue7ahafit irth4fr wish Adam had died with all his IJ in His body Bowcicauit l rr4 i J I 1JrfloI trc i r L LLl JX kts9kyTXy rtfi 7 YJifilFt f GOYERS ACTION Asks That JtoHgHeers Examination Order Be Temporarily Suspended Columbus 0 April 8It was an flounced that Governor Harmon desired Chief Examiner of Engineers Kennedy to temporarily suspend the order requiring the immediate reex amination of engineers throughout ilia state yvhoHhadieenj given certifi cater under the law of 1900 which the supreme court declared unconsti tutional The governor telegraphed Kennedy who Cleveland notifying him thathe b received a number of complaints against requiring immedi ate examination and saying that he would be pleased if Chief Kennedy could arrange the matter satisfactor ily with the engineers- It is understood that the governor was moved to take the step not so much because of complaints from en gineers as because of protests from manufacturers particularly members of the Cincinnati chamber of com merce who objected to their engi neers being taken from their plants in large numbers at this time ARGUMENTS ENDED Court Takes Haskells Appeal Under Advisement Tulsa Okla April 8 Arguments Were concluded in the motion to quash the indictments against Gover nor Haskell and five codefendants on land fraud charges growing out of the acquirement of town lots in Musko gee The motion was taken under ad visement by United States District Judge John A Marshall of Utah The courts ruling is not expected for several days Risks Life For Pedestrians Dayton 0 April 8At the rick of his own life and to avoid danger to pedestrians on crowded Third street Henry Clark turned a double team into a telephone pole near the Beckel House while the team was going at breakneck pace The horses were rendered senseless but the driver had a miraculous escap- eSCANDAL MONGERS GIVEN BIG TREAT r Louisiana Murder Trial Replete t Sensations The trial of abian S Bouvy for the killing of l W s r EVan Ingen assumed T a sensational aspect when the defense sOught to prove that Van Ingens re lations with his wife before their marriage were such as to arouse a justi fiable resentment in Bouvy said to thegiflDr George Wilbert of Plaquemine declared that Miss Rhorer who became Mrs Van Ingen declared tohim that Van Ingen had forcibly taken ad vantage of her and then asserted I dospise him Van Ingen and would like to dance on his coffin aThe defense also introduced evi dance in an effort to show that the marriage of Van Ingen to Miss Rhorer was forced by relatives of the brider and that Bouvy held a place in the affections of Miss Rhorer Bouvy took the stand in his own be half and in addition to statements brought out in the strikingly novel phase of the unwritten law sought to be established by the defense the statement of Bouvy offered a Folfde fense theory He declared that ho saw Van Ingen reaching into a grip by Ills side and that he thought the Bridegroom intended to shoot him DYNAMITE LETS GO Stump Blower Gives Plqur Citizens Earthquake Scare whichdisturbedfirst thought to have been an earth quakei proved to be an explosion of 2if Pounds of dynamite on a farm four miles from here Houses were shaken air Siffney 12 miles away Fry Simon 14 who was engaged in blowing up stumps was fatally in py the explosion derS1The grand jury made a special report in the matter of the recent murder of Charles H Steele a wholesale druggist of Steubenville John H Kirlt patrick a negro coachman and former employe was indicted for his murder on three counts and his trial VIII be held soon THE MEAT Of IT h yFr derick Kreismann Republican has been elected mayor of St Louis Movby a majority of 11463 votes Tom Hall a jockey was thrown Trom a horse at the Paducah Ky fair grounds and fatally injured Thirty Canton 0 saloon keepers were arrested for violations of the screen ordinance Henry E Green has tendered to President Taft his resignation asa inember of the civil service commls fii r William Darragh a New York Chauffer who run over and killed a 13 Vcarold boy has been captured at Ford Worth Tex Fire Chief Tyson of Louisville Ky wal injured while going to a fire when his automobile was wrecked in a collision with a streetcar 0 BIG MORTGAGE PILED CincinnatiSpringfield Traction Project Assumes Tangible Form Cincinnati 0 April 813 M Barr and H D Emerson the former of Springfield 0 caused to be filed in Clark Green Clinton Warren and Hamilton counties Ohio a blanket mortgage to the Carnegie rust com pany of New York as trustee to secure a bond issue of 5000000 for the benefit of the newlyorganized Spring field Wilmington Cincinnati Rail way company oPwhich Barr is president and Emerson is secretary Barr is also president of the Columbus Marion Traction company The money Is to be used to purchase private rights of way for a traction line from Springfield to Norwood a suburb of Cincinnati Avery Blount Is Guilty Amite City La April SThe jury in the case of Avery Blount charged with the murder of J O Breeland Mrs Breeland and Mrs Joe Everette brought in a verdict ofguilty in the first degree KILLED BY WOLVES Kansas Lads Attacked While at Play In Fields Kingman Kan April SWillie Hotchkess 10 a son of a farmer liv ing near Rago was attacked and kill ed by prairie wolves and George Nichols 10 was severely bitten by the beasts but was rescued by neigh bors The boys were at play in a large pasture sortie distance from their homes at dusk when attacked NeW Bank For Springfield Springfield 0 April 8Robert Felty of Connellsville Pa director in the Yaught National bank is organ- izIng the Farmers National bank with a capital of 100000 The new institution will open here June 1 MAIL ORDER HOUSES tO BE WARRED UPON AntiSaloon League io Help Pro toot Dry Territory Columbus 0 April SAt the state headquarters of the AntiSaloon league they are laying in ammunition for another statewide war on whisky with the mail order liquor houses of Columbus Cleveland Toledo and Cin cinnati m the role of the enemy It will be a fight to a finish in the courts to prevent these big concerns from flooding the dry counties with liquor circulars Under a provision of the DeanGrist saloon character law which goes intc effect April 15 the solicitation of or ders in counties that have abolished the saloon is outlawed This provision is one of tho two temperance riders taked on to the original Dean bill by Representative Harry Crist of Delaware at the in stance of the AntiSaloon league Wholesale houses in the larger cit ies of the state have been sending these letters through the dry counties by the thousand since the elections under the Rose law As a result they are reaping a rich harvest of mail orders We expect them to fight and fight hard but we believe we will whip them in every court in tine state Mr Wheeler announced May Wheat Touches High Roint Chicago April 8On a sensational opening wheat on the board ofUrade touched tHe highest point with one exception in more than 20 years First sales of May wheat were at 124 to 12514 the latter figure be ing 3143 cents higher than the close Monday TIlE MARKETS Chicago Cattlo Steers 5 OO7 15 S4 005 75 heifers 3 25G 00 bulls S3 755 25 stockers and feeders 3 30Q5 50 CalvesS3 5008 00 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 55 507 00 lambs 7 008 25 yearlings 6 007 50 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 7 257 30 butchers 7 207 30 light mixed 7 05 7 12 choice light 7107 20 pack ing 0537 20 pigs 5 JOG 50 Wheat No 2 red 3r41 CornNt 3 CSftSiGGVi OatsNo 2 53c East Buffalo Cattle Export cattle 00G 50 shipping steors5i5 6 00 butcher cattle 5 00G 25 heifers I Otl5 7Ccovs 54 004 75 bulls 53 25 05 00 milkers and springers 530 000 6000 Cats sBest 58 000900 Sheep and Lambs IHlxed sheep 0006 25 vretherg M 1006 ewes S5 756 25 lambs 57 5 15 yearlings 56 757 0- 0HogsHenvios 1 5007 mediums 7 50 Yorkers 57 207 45 pigs 56 85 roughs 500G 65 stags 55 50 Cleveland OCattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 000G 25 fat steers 55 7506 00 heifers 54 2505 25 cows 52 2503 50 bulls 53 JBD04 25 milkers and springers 525 00055 Calves 58 00 down Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 54 505 00 wethers 5 5005 75 ewes 54 755 00 lambs 54 507 10 Hogs Heavies 57 45 7 50 mediums 7 40 Yorkers 57 40 pig 55 5006 75 roughs 56 506 jet stags 53 Plttsburg PaCattle Choice 56 250 6 oprime 50 000G 20 tidy butchers 405 75 heifers 53 505 75 r cows bulls and stags 53 0005 50 fresh cows 515 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 0008 25 Sheep and LambsPrIme wethers 55 30 5 50 gQpd mixed 55 0005 25 lambs 5 QO7 spring lambs 5S 01041 5- 0HotsPrime heavy hogs 7 557 60 tnefiii s 57 55 heavy Yorkers 750Q 55 light Yorkers 57 DOJ7 25 pigs JB00GV75 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 33l4 40vQorn p 2 mixed asp J3C tQats7Ni 2 mlgecl 5505 Jic- RyjftXOgt Sc 74rt 4a 90010 oo Siik ttstD Six Tkcnn10 50 IJOSJ5 65ii11 Cattle U iC 10 the p352brrS 75 Lhm s5 25775r Toledo Wlfent1 t1 corn GPhc nnts 5t rye S6 C c1ocJSett 5 22 A i YuuCannotAnswer These Questions V1 t lVhy cto you continue bathing your knees and elbows one a i a time when you can stretchout in a full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2 Why pump and carry water for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning l a faucet3Whydrinking germfilldd cistern waf er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River7 lbI toWt Winchester Water Works Co INCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Evonue will telhou allabo t it Youll be surprised at how inexpensive these priviJegesarel HAMMOND9 HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD TFREEITH r RINEWYORK TRIBUNE F RM I HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is the most complete book in a compact space published- It contains 75 colored maps with data up to the minute Historical sketches of our Presidents from George Washington to William H Taft Articles and illustrations- on the Panama Canal etc etc You Need ItSo Do Your Sons and Daughters Friends and Neighbors Tell Them About It health tion one SUbsCriPI TRIBUNE FARMER at our regular price 5100 per we will send HAMMONDS HAN- DYATLAS OF WORLD FREE postage prepaid Do Delay Order NowOur Supply Is Limited 154 Nassau Street York ADVICE FROM ABROAD In commenting on the oiieui of the high prices of American tobacco on tljfjQ foreign trade the Belgium correspondent of the Tobacco Journal adds these sensible ideas as to the folly of producing a large quantity of inferior tobacco- I am iut advocating starvation prices sneli as we have seen someItimes and I do hope that be forever a thing of the past There is no advantage to when in the power of the farmers to pre vent it Low prices have always been brought about by low quality either bringing to market tobaccos that are barely good enough for manure such as poor primings low sandy fleabitten and perished lugs or else by badly managed tobacco that gets finked and damaged in the hogshead and has to be sold at al most any puce I have never known your farmers will only have the goodI sense to bring nothing but Mccos to the market they may be sure that they will meet with ready buyers and respectable prices Noth lug will spoil market like a lot of rubbish that has to be sold at any price and the worst of it is that this rubbishwill generallygo into the hands ofn certain class pf low manufacturers who in turn Will spoil the price of time inluufa iturcd cle PD RATNEtt UlE DOCTOR than have my feet cut off L Bingham of Priuceville III but youll from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes if you dont Said all doctors Instead he used Bitekiwis Arnica Salvo till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Boils Burns and Piles astound TRY A NEWS WANT J oADf tISEMEtn 4 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street everything for the comfort and of your family right in the house 6Is itnot true that the jn sweris riot lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting most out of 1ifc7 er Lexington Send THE NEWYORK of year and you THE by a arti die THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER is the most practical and helpful illustrated- agriculturallmper published Every np todato farmer should read it It contains the MOST RE LIABLE MARKET REPORTS Special pages are do voted to each branch of farm industry Our DE- partment is unexcelled It is edited by Dr 011Smead best kno ehrinJuiurgeon in America Cost of Subscription Is 0 NEWYORK Not TRIBUNE FARMER I New City i Cincinnati anybody production wonldlnot fehidJM DrugStore Ivenienees TINNING PLUMBING ATTENTION GIVEN REPAIR WORK twin sell you an AWNING or put up your old one or the one you r111e ordered LUCIAN WELSON International Inquisitlvcness We are all engaged in an effort to learn more about the rest of the world The Germans are curious about the French the French are trying to understand the British the Americans are striving to find out wherein we differ from Europeans in general Saturday EveningPost- SWEPT OVER NIAGARA happensridres the rivers w lrllillgSgiowing ripples und fuller current Natures Jtl11pailllorOtl you fatlilmlliidic5tDrullsy Diabetes escape t or t rights disease Take Elec tric Bitters at puce and see Backache lyanc1all your best feelings re turn After long suffering from weak kidneys and Jamqjback one 100 bottle wholly cl1t dtI1cl writes J R Blankenship ofJ3clki Tenn Only 50c at Phiuibs itriig Store Tom Reeds Insinuation Once hen B Reed WU with the late Senator Wolcptt of Cola radq and JosVpl Cnpate Mr Create when asked to Lake a drink said he neverdrgnknever smokedto excess Fltili never gambled la his life Wol cott who was a sinner in every one of these lines looked pathetically at Reed and said II wish I could say that Sdy it skid Reed Choate did 7MarrttdM n Dont epct5i6 iaVe your own wk in life YbVtriusfcTleXd onehafaa wayodceuf nbr6s1rExcbange SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS l i J Time For MorePrinting I I a 3 j i J i p z Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate with a nice Waifing Room for Ladies orner of Broadway and Hiohland t5t 4 t 1 ESTATE AND Us IDS Go erattdl ani Hall g Fir a SjMCiattv r NO North Mtia StrMtJttk FkM l IT is high time that business men of of this vicinity were I finding Modern out that we theI Down to Date Outfit in the City of Winchester is time they were awaking to this fact If they would reach the ear catch the eye of the public must come to us for the printing with which to do it We offer these ads vantagesThe J Machinery New and Down to the I Minute Type the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled WorkmenMoney can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MOREl 0 We are vain enough to believe that we have line of samples that will eclipse anything of its kind in this section of Kentucky an nothing givesJ us mozeleQsure than to exhibit our production to the users ofprinters ink We would like to call wand show you that we can deliver the goods t e WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED Printers of AnythingI S TMain New Plioe GARAGES Garage Chas HaganW- inchestefyKy STROSSMftNRATLIFF REAL INSURANCE See For Bargains CoMgtit Translif and HwHllftf alelEtc the are only With It and they TRY A MEWS Wtic herADYERTisIT f FIXING A CARRIAGE requires u whore lot knowhow That is why ypu should senjUyuur carriage here to be repaired AVe employ none but skilled workmen who know carriages from the ground tip We carry in stock the best RUBBER TIRESand do the finest CARRIAGE PAINTING Sec us for tie best cut ting HARROW on the market T STROTHKR scotT TRY ANEW ikT ABVEflTISEKEIII t r zp SIx THE WINCHESTER MEWS r BRIGHTEN UP Spring time is here when every thing takes on new life and new 101 color j v What about tha- tSPRING PAINTINGiJ We Have the best high grade Guaranteed paint on the market KURFF7 House Bridge Barn Roof and Carriage Paint is sold only by GRUBBS AND BENTON Cor Main and Broadway Paint Brushes Linseed Oil Turpentine LEXINGTON PRESBYTERY MEETS AT VERSAILLES Birthday of John Calvin Being Cele brated at Session Thursday VERSAILLES Kyv April SThe- slW Lexington Presbytery met at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening at 730 and with a termon by the retiring Moderatorf Rev q ryF Moore of Cynthiana The roll call showed 50 churches en rolled and 27 reported Rev Robert Kiunaird of Jackson was elected Moderator Dr Gelon Rout and ElderD W Wasson were appointed a committee on devotional exercises Prayer by Rev Moore closed the first services ttlElridge1ted Stated Clerk and Rev H L Coekerhamfof Troy Temporary GlerkThe report of the Committee on Calvin Memorial was adopted Robert McMullen son of Rev Rob ert McMullen formerly of Midway was licensed to preach the gospeland will go to the mission fields in China At noon adjournment was taken for dinner which was served by the ladies of the church to 150 guests A committee was appointed at the afternoon session to install Rev R L Kinniard as pastor at Jackson The next ineeting of the Presbytery will comemit ttees were appointed Narrative of SessionsJ W Mc Clure J W Garrett Nelson Smith AuditingJoseph Hagnis L H Willis Dr Hendrick Finance W 0 Shoemaker W M Eldridge Dr Sandford Bailey Minutes SynodDr Muller S iL oa- Systematic J W Tyler BeneficenceET McCorkle Dr Norwood i Thursday morning the 400th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin is being celebrated At 11 oclock Rev B Muller D D gave a historical sketch of the life and times of Calvin The Character of Calvin was discussed liy Rev EW Mc Gorkle D D of Nicholasille Ky The special music includeda solo by Mrs Keen Arnold Callest Thou Thus o Muster NO AGREEMENT REACHED j Operators Again Flatly Refuse De x mands of Anthracite Miners tiPhiladelpliiaApril 8At a between committeesrepresenting the coal operators and the officials of the United Mine Workers of America representing the anthracite workers of Pennsylvania to consider demands made by the miners the operators refused all the demands and submitted Instead a proposition to extend the wage agreement brought about by the anthracite strike commission for an other term of three years In order beat the proposition be laid before the officers of the mine workers or ganization pf three anthracite die tricts who are wln this city the conference adjourned to meet again this afternoon at 3 oclock EWsrttt tr t t wt f ftj St Louis April 8Mlss Ida Tar bell is entitled to a patent on the al leged Standard Oil conspiracy of 1879 declared Lawyer John G Mil urnthe Standard Oil companys chief of counsel during his argument before the four robed judges of the United States circuit court of this district sitting in the governments case to dissolve the bg oil corpora tion as a violator of the Sherman act And he added turning toward Fed eral Attorney Frank B Kellogg the Government her is trying to deprive her of it Mr Milburn also as a simile com pared the Standard to the human body with its many ramifications corresponding to the blood and its pipe lines to the veins and arteries To dismantle this corporation would be to strike it dead ft Is like the organism of the human frame Every part is so related to the other that to separate them would be to dis member and destroy it he said Instead of beingS menace to the MUburnIway world and that the independents had but to follow as they had always done The Standard lawyer also insisted that under the constitution a man had the right to sell anything he possessed if he but had a man will ing to buy and pay his price Miss Margaret Day is expected home tomorrow afternoon from Ham ilton college with three visitors Misses Agnes Cobb Margaret Mach ing and Sarah Jones- CIRCUIT COURT The grand jury adjourned Wednesday evening to meet about the mid dle of next week after returning the following indictments Neil Rome and Raymond Bly steal ing chickens Sterling Kins malicious shooting John Dwyer Trot Robinson Tom Glass grand larceny Claude Bush house breaking Joe Davis robbery Richard Curry Marris Taylor knowingly receiving stolen chickens Thursday morning the suit of F H Haggard vs W H Tucker was begun nyThe vs City of Winchester and the case of Mrs L K Blackwell vs City of Win chester orierinally set for Friday the 5th were reset for the 14th day of the court Glory How many metals make the bronze 9f Corinth Insults on boards or on paper the spot of ink or charcoal or mud the dregs of heart of mind and pf body the dirt of calumny all these under the sun dry harden turn into bronze solid aud brillianta pure oronze which Is called gloryCatulle Mendes Friends Seized Opportunity How did It happen that your friends got the best of you queried the inquisitive person They got busy while I was watching my ene mien explained the man who had got the short end of it Much Timber Goes to Waste A writer in the London Times ecU mates the yearly destruction of tim ber by rotting for lack of use In the great forest of Uganda in the region near the source of the Nile at not less than one billion cubic feet If We But Knew How Whatever happens to anybody it may be turned to beautiful results Walt Whitman I t k 7L Jfdlc Y p RATTLING GOOD GAME OF BALL Opening of Season Sees K W C Beaten by State in dose Score The college men opened their sea son with a rattling good game of base ballat GarnerS Park yester day Stata University were the opponents and although they took the game they knew that they had been withPthe game I nfact it was only in the last inning that they won out ty means of three singles a base on balls and an error Wesleyan has every reason to be proud of the showing made by the team State came down fullof con fidence having defeated the Lexing ton Blue Grass team and the Louis ville High School This last team in turn defeated Transylvania Looked Easy For Staten looked easy for State in the first inning The first man up went out short to first Hileybrand got first on an error and a couple of wild throws sent him over the whole route The next man fanned and his suc cessor Giltner dropped a little bunt in the front of the plate and Eagle lined it down to the initial sack foi the tird put out There was nothing doing in Wesleyans half Cannon flied to center Green hit safety got second on an infield error and was thrown out at third Stone could not connect and went out bv the air line Pitches Good Game In the second State went out one two three and continued the process until the sixth Up to this time Crockett had pitched a superb game allowing one scratch hit In the meantime Wesleyan had been doing things In the second Henry led off with a single stole second Aitkin got first on an error and Henry scored Eagle reached first on a slow one that he beat out and both he and Aitkin scored on Caldwells hit to rightRalston fouled out to the catcher and Crockett hit safely advancing Caldwell who came in on an error bv the catcher Cannon struck out and Green got his second hit scoring Crockett The fire works were stop ped when Green went out at the same place as first catcher to third Yes leyaii didno more scoring during the game for they immediately put in Meadows who had been slated to pitch the game against the University of Michigan Saturday State Begins Scoring State began scoring again in the sixth Johnson hit safely Hillymyre received first on a pitchers error Giltner rapped out 4 safe one that scored Johnson Crockett secured Bonnets scalp by striking him out Vogliotte bated an infield grounder to short who threft him out at first but scored Hilley Armstrong looked at three nice ones but couldnt find one to suit and the umpire galled him out Nothing doing in the seventh but in the eighth a sstated hits by Giltner Bennet and Armstrong gave them four tallies Wesleyan could do nothing in their half and time was called in order to let State catch the fivetwenty train Crockett Pitched Well For the local boys Crockett pitch eda fine game This is his uebut in fast company and he certainly looks good He kept his hits well scatter ed for the most part and used splen did judgment Eagle behind the bat was a grand surprise We have been weak in that position heretofore but now no one need worry about that plate He scooped up everything that Kis way was fast in fielding bunts and seemed to know the game at ev ery point Aitkin at first accepted thirteen chances without a slip up His work was clean and fast He looks every inch a baseball player Weak at the Bat Wesleyan as usual was weak at the bat They found Caudill very much to their liking but only got one safe swipe from Meadows Second base is the most troublesome position at present But Norris is expected to round into form before the next game Three snappy double plays were pulled off two of them by the college Summary Wesleyan 05 0 O00 0 0 State 1 0o 00204Runs Hits and Errors R H E- State f7 7 5 Umpire Moss 50 REWARD- I will pay a reward of fifty dollars for the conviction of the party or prtiestbat during the past week poisoned iny dog and cats r W A STEVENS i 463t r fo J v r Easter flowerslI JktkJLl SEE OUR GRAND DISPLAY OF tut FlowQ- 3loomina r I decorativePlants A h Q Would be pleased to have your orders Prices lower flowers better that ever before Ecton Building Opposite Court House t shearer REWARD IS WITHDRAWN Governor Smith Refuses to Explain Action In Hill Murder Mystery McRae Ga April 8 Governor Smith withdrew his offer of a reward for the apprehension of the murderer of Pope Hill tne attorney slain Sun day night while in his office at work on the famous Dodge land cases Governor Smiths offer of a 250 reward for the slayer of Hill was withdrawn after a conference in Atlanta between the governor and Nat E Harris Hills law partner and the governor said he would make no statement of his rea sons for withdrawing the reward He said that later a reward may be of ifredr rI Young Dowie Defeated Muskogee Okla April 8The po lineal debut of A J Gladstone Dowie son of John Alexander Dowie the prophet of the Zion movement resulted in defeat Gladstone Dowie was a candidate tor clerk of Montague town ship on an independent ticket 1TorpedoLondon April 8The British tor pedo boat destroyer Black Water was sunk off Dungenees as a result of a collision with the steamer Hero The crew of the Black Water waa saved The Hero had her be dy stove in MT STERLING SEWER PLANSCONTRACTED FOR April 29 and 30 Are Agreed Upon as CleanUp Days By Council MT STERLING Ky Aprils At the regular inceting of the City Coun cil Tuesday nighti the usual routinp business was transacted claims air comImThe Sewerage Committee made a fav orabl report uP on the bido Charles E Collins of Phihidcipiiiu Pa for furnishing the plans specifications and estimates for a sewerage system in Mt Sterling and a contract was made with Mr Collins to furnish the plans at a costof about 650 The estimate will beupon a main sewer of 15 inches ThcQpuucil passed a resolution fixing April 2Q and 30 as Cleanup days and the citizens were ordered to thoroughly clean up their premises on those days The Councilalso ordered that the black Src horse which has run away twice since the department be sold Committee was named by the Coun cil to act with the Committee of the Business Mens Club and make con tract for the oiling of the city Several applications for building permits to erect dwellings and business hous es were read and referred to the Im provement Committee Thich was giv n power to grant or raiect them Wouldnt4teave Without Dog When tbe Xjipughev County Down Ireland llf ent to the assigt ance of the Frenchbark Croisette which had been driven ashore on a submerged Teeftile men refused to leave the vessel without a little half breed fox terrier The animal was eventually found andvrescued amid the cheers of the barks crew who were yndhThirsting for Information Little Gertrude catering a butchers shop fo the flrt time stood ga ting around her in silent absorption Presently she took fcer mother by the leading her to where hung a strung of bologna sausages she put a tiny finger oa one big sausage and gravely inquired Mamma what was waraliveExchangec tr t t p i tJi t5ha florist Our Easter Display OF CLOTHING IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN We are making a Special dis play this week in our Clothing Sales room that every good dressershould It consists of the lat est models of Spring Suits made in Rochester N Y and we think itwill be conceded jhat- sue ha6ombina tion of style and quality has never before been brought to the attention of the men of this town The Fabrics in these garments are exception al choice the Colorings are the Newest and the finish IS as neat as neat can be we will vouch for the inside quality the part you cannot see which is really the most important part of all Also a specialshowing of New Style Hats Shirts Neck wear and Gloves Also all of the newest things for Boys Come and see us J H KEYES Winchester Ky r Vo EAT PROCTORS ICE CREAM The Cream Thats All Cream Any quantity delivered promptly to any part of the city at any time I or Vanilla Phone your order Sunday for Chocolate Peach I Both Phones 59 Brick Cream a Specialty VVVV f ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS i 1 IIt f ir i CLASSIFIED COLUMN If you want to rent If you want to buy ahomeiIf vou want to insure your homer t Y 1 FOR SALECheap graphophone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEI still build all kinds of wire fence L in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phono 541 2lGtf FOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALE Old papers for sale at this office 2lGtf WANTED To take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 C- ollIege street Home phone 654 a sdlmo SALE Eggs from thorough singlecomb White Leghorns IIbred cents for 15 H E WITT French avenue 315lmo FOR SALE Eggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 3I7lmo JUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdeafer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo STRAY COLT Strayed into my livery stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tail and mane BIRL TURNER 317tf WANTAt once good reliable boyJ to learn the printers tradvT Aj ply to this office 327tf FOR RENTNew 6room cottage on College street with gas water and bath room Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College street 323eodtfe LOSTPocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Reward 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 No 2 Home phone 860- 32G1mo FOR SALE Black Langshan eggs at 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 Soulli Main street 330tf FOR SALEEggs from Perfec tion S C White LeghornSj 75 cents per 15 Also eggs from thoroughbred Single Comb White Leghorns 50 cents per 15 Brown Leghorns also Prewitt Brownc 23 East Washington Street tf 325lmo r BRIDGE JUNK SHOPNo 26 Maple street wants your beef hides rags iron metal and rut ber Will pay market prices fall r good J W HISEL 411mo FOR SALEBrood sowsand pig Phone J A HOLTOX 8533 rings 472t BEESI make a specialty of hand ling bees and artificial swarming transferring etc Be glad to have your patronage CHARLES P GRAHAM 10 N Maple street L471nnoLOST Between Providence cliur ht on Booliesboro pike and JAlHughes livory stable in muffin ter dark x vercout with blrrcka AI1f muffler and gloves in pocket Ite turn to this office and receive rd 473wardWANTED Painter firstclass xrouo other need apply FRANK TROY 318 North Main Street 46 fJ WANTED Colts to handle qHAJfl LIE VANMETER 48 ti fTHE NEWS nV will rrIyet j w 1g iM L J it 6 i t