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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a Lk 1LtU THE WINCHESTER NEWS Ni WINCHESTER KY MONDAY APRIL 12 1909S HEm A COPY 11 CEKTS A WEEE W MNEST R BASE BALL TEAM ARRtlDofROM NASHVilLE SUNDAY f Husky Bunch of Sup Burned Players Will Perform at Local Grounds Duriii Keek First Game on Friday Arrived Sunday Newton Morn manager IIQ Chapman Ed Goos tree Earl D Peck Fred Toney J V Campbell Toney Oataganauir Oscar Schmidt r s Henry Schmidt V Charles Ellis Charles McAllister Herndon Wills To Arrive Monday Tony Wyatt Jas Dickerson CF Wolf Allen Ingalls To Arrive Last of Week Michael Barney Detroit Mich Guss Powers Richmond Royal Reception 4Nearly all the base ball fans turn night to meet the base ball club when they came on the 9 25 C 0 train from their training grounds at Nashville sTenn The demonstration accorded them goes to 1prove that base ball is at fever heat this team is not uf pennant winner it will not bethe fault of the j fans It was known by the management that the team would arrive Sunday night but the matter was to have been a secret The news leakedout Sunday morning It seemed that some oVerjoyedmembcr of the club who was on thftinside had whispered ittooneof iisbcst friends who was not oh the inside and he told it to one of his best friends with the result tliatbeforct tliree of1pck in the afternoon every Wolf woman and child wai5nex which resulted in a large attendancp donates His Carriages Mr CHydpjrGaiqes the local livery man w a base a fan donated to the niaiISJtnWtifree of charge three of his finest carriages to take tut teettu ththe depot to their hoarding bout Henry Phillips ould not let the team be takendi- t from the depot to their boarding use He wanted to show them his store and accordingly the men were unloaded at hits store and a general slinking went on until the play rrvorndut from their long trip had to ask tb be taken home Almost All New Tlc learn is almost entirely a new one and not many of the fans are acquainted with them They arc a sprightly looking bunch and if looks go very far they surely will be the onesto capture the pennant They arc liil sunburned and show that they t have been at practise One had his thumb lied up which he got hurt in execptionPy year the team is rather a smallone in stature but each seems to be active ariaon the alert all the time With these twelve men already here Lout to arrive Monday the list of ar rivals is about completed but will not be until the latter part of the week when one from Detroit Mich und one from Richmond Va anives Manager Horn will take his men out cacliiday this week and give them a working out The first exhibition game will be played Friday with the K W C crack team The team visited Garner Park in a body Monday morning and inspected the grounds but did not indulge in any stunts In the afternoon light practice WltS indulged in Serious work will begin Monday Baseball Notes Henry Phillips was all smiles Mon day and Sunday night He was staking hands with the players and- inniJeting the players his conversa tiou ran like this Why Im so glad rtoee you YOU are the fellow that s ftt me so many telegrams you are the one that I had to write so many letters toa you arc the one that wrote me such a ng letter etc Henry nevertheless went to church before the trainaraved J Q Stewart was there to He did ntridc on the carriage because Wpodsoh Moss got there first Mr W R Thomas was fussing be cause some one called him at his res idenofc t Gore down and zee the tear 4 though ha was down five minuted tor i was called Mt E vJ4tj8tt never takes mucJ interest utb aeb qn but he was there j l r T I to and met each playcr as he came in Jim Phillips was out calling when he got the news and came rushing in itha picture taken of the men while in practice showing it to them as if this was something new to them Charles Strother was one of the first guests to arrive at Phillips news ofwasmuch excited George Kohlhass had a special invitation to be present at the recep tion but for some reason was de layed WILL YOUNG CHARMS SAN FRANCISCO CROWD Brought a Lot of Kentuckians To gether to Hear Him Speak in Criminal Case In speaking of tbe defense made by Will A Young for young Ernest Gardner in San Francisco a San Francisco newspaper says William A Young eloquent Ken tucky advocate and jury charmer brought about a Kentucky reunion in the United States Court yesterday when he appeared to make the clog ing appeal for Joseph E Gardner the young Kentuckian Who is charged with the killing of negro Joe Cardosa aboard the whaler Bowhead while in the Arctic last August Kentucky men and women filled nearly all the chairs in the courtroom and when Young arose to address the jury the defendant craned his neck witu the crowd to listen to the argument of tile spellbinder from the 7Ihomeland Young who has magnetic man ners disclaimed that lIe was either distinguished or an orator in Ken tucky telling the jury that he was only a country practitioner with a clientele that was almost confined to the county in which he lived The jury appeared to be captivated by the confidence of Young as readily as the Kentuckians in the courtroom chairs Keeping his voice low and plaintive Young sketched an impressive picture of the difficulty of a young Kentuckian of 20 to restrain himself in the face of insult offered by a negro As he elaborated his argument Young laid emphasis on the racial prejudices of the South This young son of Kentucky struck that negro to save his own life declared Young It was an ele mentary act of selfdefense After being beaten into insensibility once by this black assailant it was per fectly natural that Gardner seeing Cardosa coming after him with an uplifted hammer would protect him self even if he had to slay There is not a contemptible snake that crawls that is not provided with a weapon of selfdefense This was nothing but selfdefense and we shall stand on that plea SPECIAL EDITION The commercial and industrial edi tion of The Winchester News will ap pear Tuesday afternoon April 13 It will contain the most complete data concerning Winchester and Clark county of any publication ever made The edition will h rofUSelYiiiuStrat ed and will show practically every important building in the city Nearly every extra paper printed to supply the anticipate demand has been already ordered outside the Commercial Club individuals have iati v ones tens fifties hundreds If you want extra copies telephone or send your order in at once Both phones 91 GOES TO LOUISVILLE Mr C H Bowen will leave Tuesday morning to attend the semi annual convention pi the State Associa lion of Opticans at Louisville Dr Quinn prescription clerk at the B Geszge Drug store left Monday evening for Louisville on a twodays business trip 1r i THREE MEMBERS OF FINANCE COMMITTEE ACTIVE IN FRAMING SENATE TARIFF BILL While the lower house of congress has been debating the schedules for the Payne tariff bill the senate finance hasfinullytnrlitcomesEASTER IS CELEBRATED Many of the Churches of Winchester Hold Services in Honor Of Day Tlfe festival of Easter was cote brated Emmanuel Protestant Epis copal church Sunday morning at 11 oclock Archdeacon Wentworth read the services and preached the Easter sermon The impressive and beau tiful ritual appointed for the day was admirably rendered by the minis ter and the choir The sermon set forth the historic and divine revelation of Gods promises and assuran wonderfulIistory by the choir assisted by Miss Hazol Cornell violinist Mrs F B Went worth organist Voluntary Christ our Passover Chapple j Te Deum Stephens Jubilate Qranmcr hymn Hark Ten Thou sand Harps and Voices Kyrie Elvcy Glori Tibi Allelulia Recessional St Georges Winsor hymn The altar and choir were exquisite ly decorated with potted plants and 5Ut flowers St Josep hs Catholic Church eele1hratedthe 10 oclock service by the rendition of a solemn festival mass Father Ryan officially as celebrant The mus ical portion of the service was rendered by the choir in a dignified and artistic manner Other Churches Easter services were also heldat the Methodist church The Rev Chandler preached ancxcclleufcEasler sermon stud the choir under the three liou of Miss Susan Buckner rCldcredl an appropriate anddelightful sieal service Thesenuoii by Rev Mr Gamming and n e eat the Presbyterian church were devoted to the East season largosCGD y2tor i VMlefnt regular Easter services 1 ft gI COMMERfiMI CONVENTION I To Be Held at The Seelbach Hotel in Louisville on April- TwentYThird More than a hundred delegates have been named to attend the commer cial convention to be held in Louisville April 23 The meeting will be held at the Seelbach Hotel under tine auspices of the Louisvilja Comma vial Ciub Owing to the rapidity with iwhioh the plan grew it wvsts found advisable to have two sessions in stead of one The first will begin at 1030 n m and the second at 230 p ra 4 Gov Willson has accepted an in vitation to be present and speak Others who will make addrcsses arc AttorneyGeneral Jumos Breathitt an dSenator Thomas A Combs of Lexington who will speak on revenue and taxation J W Porter of Lexington who will talk of the State Development Association Prof W J McConathy of Louisville on county muim clubs JP Atkinson of Earlington on forestry and Dr J N McCormack of Bowling Green on the State health Fiveminute talks will be made by delegates present Ill the evening there will be a ban quet at which informal talks will be made by the representatives of the various counties Invitations sent out to this have advised delegates not to bring their dresssuits us it is to be gathering of tile plain people Among the counties which have named representatives thus fir are Anderson Balhtrd Barren Boone Breckenridge Carroll Casey Critten den Daviess Edinonsoni Elliott Es till Franklin Green tfjlaitj Hopkins Lyon Marion Monroe Montgomery Nelson Oldham Pulaski Spencer Trigg Trimble Washington and Woodford County Judges and Com mercial Clubs appoint rcjjrcsgntotives were held at the BJiptistcaifd Chris tian churches the nuQik Jill musk were characteristic qf thpday The pastors Rev Mr PoJeafbislted at the Baptist churcKand Jfev HaciTeiil at the thnthan church J i t a n t t r r t I 7r COMMENCEMENT HI THE COLLEGE Kentucky Wesleyan Has Prepared Its Program For theMay- Exercisos The commencement program for Kentucky Wesleyan College has been prepared and is as follows Examinations May 17th to 21st Friday May 21st at 8 pmCom mencement Exercises of Preparatory May 22nd at 3 45 p m Truck Athletic Moot Saturday May 22nd at 8 i m Class Day Exercises Sunday May 23rd at 11 a m Annual Sermon by Rev Prank P Thomas Sunday at 8 p m Annual Sermon to Y M C A andopening of the Preachers and Laymens Institute Monday May 24th at 4 p m Military Drill and Review Monday at 8 p inAnnual Ad dress to Alumni by Hon E C QRear followed by Alumni and Senior Ban quot Taiesday at 10 30 GraduatingEx crciscs with the Addresses to the Class by Dr Gross Alexander The work of theinstitute will begin Sunday night and will close Thursday night BRING IT TO PASSIFI- T IS NEITHER AN ABSURD NOR AN IMPOSSIBLE THING BY THE HELP OF A WANT ADHOW MUCH TO WHAT PROPORTIONSYOUR STORE SHALL GROW THIS YEAR IS A QUESTION CHIEFLY ES SENTIALLY OF ADVERTiS- ING Clock Made of Straw A shoemaker named Wegrier living In Strasburg has a clock of the grand father shape nearly six feet high made entirely of straw The wheels pointers case and every detail are exclusively Qf stray 4Jwega6r has takes 15 years to t t this strange piece of mechadistt It keeps perfect time JY J b j l tar t Sf t i I j flXr- I EBENEZER PRESBYTERy CONVENES IN CITY ON TUESDAY NT Session of Body Lasts Two DaysWill Meet ail WflhIiMS- treet j Presbyterian iU The Ebenezer Presbytery of the Presbyterian church U Sowillconvene with the Washington Street Presbyterian church on Tuesday Ap ril 13th at 730 m The opening sermonVill be preached by the retiring moderator Rev T C Kerr of Falmouth after which the Presbytery will be constituted and a moderator elected Following is the program Wednesday April 14th 9 a m Devotion led by the Rev Robt L Brown of Greenup 930 a mGeneral Business 11 a m Preaching by Rev G A Joplin of Ludlow Ky 12 a m Recess 230 p mCall to Order The afternoon will be spent in hear ing reports and transacting such oth er business as may come up Wednesday evening at 7 30 p m An Illustrated Lecture oil Missions given by Rev Hugh G Moody of Mt Sterling a Returned Missionary From Siam Thursday April 15th 9 a mDevotion led by Rev J H Forsythep930 a m Presbyterial Business 11 a mPreaching by Rev J I Blackburn of Covington 12 a mRecess 230 p mCall to Order The afternoon will be spent in com pleting the general Presbyterialwork Missionary Society Below is the program for the ladies Presbyterial Missionary Society which also convenes at the same time Wednesday April 14thMorning- Mrs C E Crafton Organist 9 a mSocial Half hour 930 a m Devotional Mrs J N IrvinMinutes for IuforinationIrsJ Tr Dwellyj rV q Tr Enrollment of Delegates Address of Welcome Mrs J N Bush Response Mrs JN Irvin Report of Corresponding Secretary Miss Phoebe Bayliff Report of Treasurer Mrs J I Blackburn Report of Secretary of Literature Mrs R B Kendal Report of Young Peoples Work Miss Jane Curran- Appointment of Committees Election of Officers Afternoon 230 p mDevotional Mrs J I Blackburn Reports of Delegates Collection Solo Miss Bessie Watts Our NeedsMiss Sue B Scott Business Minutes Doxology and Adjourn ment Thursday April 15th 9 30 a m Devotional Miss Alice RamseyMinutes for InformationMrs J T Dwclly Letters from Boards Miss Flor ence Biglow Report of Corresponding Secretary Mrs J Foster Barbour Report of TreasurerMrs John W Scott Election of Officers Report of Committees Intermission 230 p m Consecration Service Miss Sue B Scott Business Collection Solo Miss Bessie Watts Foreign MissionsRev Campbell L MacKay Minutes Doxology and Adjourn ment Needed a Bonnet When Harrys little sister camethe nurse brought him in from play to see her He looked at her with a frown and then said She got awful sun burnt coming down from heaven she is so redDelineator i r w 1 JT ftItd CtWor Ctiurqli f t CASTRO SI IKES FROM SHOULDER Bitterly Denounces action of French GovernmentSays Life is Imperiled Fort de France Martinique April 12Prior to being taken aboard the steamer Versailles for deportation to France exPresident Castro prepared a written protest against the action of the French government which has been submitted to the authorities here It reads as follows- I hereby protest against the action of the French authorities of Martinique in having me put by force on board an outgoing vessel First be cause I was ill at the time arid be ItCCIfense against the government of France and the authorities of Marti nique during the time that I was per mitted to remain on that island and finally because the decree of expul sion which orders my deportation out of French territory compels me to take passage aboard a vessel which will again land me on French terri toryMoreover these considerations aside the case constitutes a breach of international law and a denial of the rights of individuals that such a thing should have come tb pass In the land which saw the birth of Josephine and from which came the in splration and presage of liberty and Iat the hands of a people who shed cenI1nconceivable A bcforetthehe was at liberty wheii lie afrJla If ISt Nazairo he would immediately proceed to Spain in order to take pas sage for Santa Cruz Tetlerife Gen eral Castro said he waS leaving his brother Carmelo here for the purpose of receiving mail which he expects to be forwarded from Trinidad to Ven ezuela The Versailles will stop at Basso Terre and PointaPItre Guadeloupe Hardly had the steamer left port when a party qf Jastfos friends arrived on the steamer Goelette from Saint Lucia They were very much surprised that the former president had been expelled from the island and had a long consultation witu Cas tros brother Danes Dont Want Castro Copenhagen April 12The govern ment has instructed the governor of the Danish West Indies under no cir cumstances to permit ex President Castro to land in that territory Theso instructions were issued In response to a cablegram from the colonial offi cials inquiring as to what measures they should take in the event of Cas tros attempting to take up his real dence at any of these ports BIBLE STUDY AND CLASSES Clark County Sunday School Association Holding Convention- in City The Clark County Sunday School Association held a convention at the Methodist chruch this city Monday Mr Vaughn of Louisville field work erof the association addressed the convention in the morning on Bible Studand Clashes Mr Vaughn also addressed thin convention in the afternoon I DEATHS AND FUMERALS jaJ tiEknerThe remains of Elmer CooK who committed suicide at his homo near Wades Mill last Friday iere buried in the Winchester cemetery Sunday nornirtg The funeral services were preached at the tre=iqfetQe and tie School J1e lodge Lo 0 F took charge of tire ftijdm iat tie fve f4- r 71L THE WINCHESTER NEWS imr WIICIESTER IIEWS ft JM Ns oPMk Q TtM Wtyts CL Incorporated Mlci South Main Strut Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Suncay Entered as secondclass matter f eTIBl1ter 28 1008 at the post office vi WidekMter Kntckyunder the 7Utflf Mash Sj 187Q 4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery J Sft Keit year 520 asweek iuv 10 f Payable at OliN or to collector rV j iriry week MalkDUvir U Mf 300 fc Aonthg 150- aeaonth i 25 Payable in advance T ADVERTiSING RATES Dlsolay Per Inch tUBe any edition 25 times none week 50 oelc continuously 100 rlendor month 300 iu weeks four times tk 240 ftr weeks three tiroes atifk 30 f weeks two dine wk 120 iifiir weeks one time a week 75 Tine discounts 3 months 10 per i asatj 6 months 25 per eninn yav 33 13 per cent i Unekelt2einess 7l are reading news heading tiii iiw t BathoijesNc 9L HOBDAY APRIL 12 1909 0 I WHAT ABOUT THE DUST- t 4 The Councily should do something L kP once to relieve us of the dust nuisance We have seen many of our- merchants who are complaining bitty over the delay in oiling the streets They are ready to pay their sometcauser th po ncilhns failed to pro vide the roiL Hundredsof dollars merchandise is being destroyed by tthe dust prospective buyers cannot go on the streetsand business is se- Jriously injured We hope theCindilyi11ctim rmeIJelynndI the oil ordered t cand get to work on reducing the dust We ivouldI8tggestthat until the I oil comes the fire department be in fstruclea to each inorni g sprinkle 55the business streets This could be hoseftb1 peat amountof time but would be i yi great beriefit to oUr merchants and4r tvrhoppersS t f THE SOUTH POLE l The near approach to the South XPole by Lieutenant Shdekleton has rdiised new interest in the attempts Spit the various nations of the world tfefeach one or the other of the poles Some of the scientific benefits and Jesuits of the voyages which so many thhik of as fruitless may be noted I One fact which is now brought out more distinctly than hitherto is that r the South magnetic pole like the ISftirth magnetic pole is shifting its position Ai undsens observations showed that the latter was not whereI Ross located it more than century afb The former has not only been m ngma similar fashion but surveys made by members of Lieuten ant Shackletons partyindicate that atjpresent its motion is not eastward as has been supposed but northwest ward The discovery is of importance to the navigator and will un doubtedly be utilized by those experts who from time to time revise magnetic charts for ship Captains Without suck information tile thotcarefulr ll st posiblyRo o cveryfthe deviation of the magnetic needle pccur ihth it rveHm piiods Whether the region surrounding the South geographical pole is a vast ar chipelagOj resembling that which lies rIidAa n These ond theoryi though not fully sh gtis rendercdfar more tlay tUan eyer before by Lieuten fjr j ant Shackleton woji crful exploit a mlreQ Bisgeograp4uof tHe polewith out encountering a strait is extreme ly suggestive Fuller evidence ob tained by approaching the same goal from other directions is needed to complete the d demonstration but pro jects for exploration for that purpose willreceivegieat encouragement from performanceTwo ideas have proved exceedingly helpful to the daring British naval officer who planted tile Union Jack in south latitude 8223 One is Evelyn Baldwins substitution Qf Siberian ppnies for dogs in draw iiiglsledges The other is Command Pearys old system of establishing depots of provisions along a possible line of retreat Both may be ex pected to prove equally serviceable tt other Antarctic explorers Lieuten ant Sheckletons success will undoubtedly stimulate a desire to complete the work so well begun by lAm The coal beds found within fiv degrees of the South Pole carl hardK thehIclion concerning the changes of climate which Antarctica has undergom since they were laid down Such deposits in Europe and the United States have been regarded as th product of a vegetable growth ol tropical luxuriance and it is suppos ed that they were formed at a perio of the eartliS histbry when the glob was hotter than it is iiow If sucl conditions once existed close to th South Pole there must have betihf vastly greater change of teraperatuw there than has occurred in the tem perate zones An inconsistency fbi geologists and astronomers to sxplair is thus suggested WILLIAM BOOTH Forty fduryears ago tn the night of July 5 1805 those passing in the heart of the Whitechapei district London noticed an old tent pitcheC ina waste place towhich the out casts of the city were finding theij way Inside tim tent was a man gaunt erect with the face ofa He brew prophqt speaking with strange earnestness and power to his motley- congregation tIos y 4 U r P rNight after night the service con finuedand then the tent was moved fo Mile End Waste 1The next move was to an abandoned old wool warehouse and at each move what was then called a mission grew anU ben to attract general attention Then branch missions were established and at Christmas time 1877 the new organization of which William and Catherine Booth were the head took the name of the Sal vation Army Saturday Willuim Booth was eighty rind the army he iWiidbd has spread to fiftyfour countries and colonies dnd its Organ irlfltClin twenty eight languages That army now liar 8358 posts and 10199 officers It has 20808 musicians in its bands And like the original embiyp army on Mile End Waste every post holds its riightly meetings anti these like the martial airs of England may be said to ciiolethc globe The Salvation Armyand its leadei in its earlier years had to withstand oppoIrind while some Qf its methods and some also of its workers may yet be criticised the general good the Salvation Army hl8 accomplished es pecially among a class before practically left unchurlchedixloWndt tper ti17 mit of challenge v And ncyEtiiidiug rt nio summit of fourscoreThhiBoothstilI mulJoJ enthusiasm and eiiergywis projecting anothergrt deftaiiieV He atfd his army have sototd Build a UnA er sity 6g nri itrwitJibranC1i ei in NewYorkand Chicago and headquar ters in London The formal launching of thesefior toi4se the millions necessary 10 herbulldinr of this un iyrsiov begun Saturday in New York under the auspices of Commander Evantjeline Booth in honor of the eightieth birthday of her father The progress of this new enterprise will be watched with interest the world over rRYANEWIANT ADVERTISEMENT bfr iJ NIAGARA IS MUtE i 9r t FjH RMn Dry For SdTirrif In History Buffalo N y April 12rrhe voice of Kiagara ii nute for the second time in the memory of man The first tin e was late in February when a severe northerly blow the seIYeresouthwester Unprecedented weather has brought about unprecedented conditions On Wednesday of last week tile worst gale of fie season dlhe iu stoIlent in the h trYQf the weather bureau fpij Apjil Tvds Weirded and fol lowing the lakesandthQ channel of the Niagara lef ti jufn fri its wake The solic icel1eldSof JAke Erie were churned fro i end to end and pile t hiI a hyge cpngloraerate mass at the 1ower4ndothe lalm iDnable to siie by its natural channels the Jfevei of the river rose by leaps and bounds The highest flood level recorded from previous years is 28 feet above the normal Friday night the rivet was 40 feet above normal Water poured over the window sills of the power house of the Ontario Power company and flood ed the machines The tracks of the Great Gorge route were covered fromI the lower steel arch bridge to Lewis ton Conservative estimates place the damage at 1000000 Emperor Knights Stolypin St Petersburg April 12 On the occasion of the conventional Easter honors the emperor has issued a re script setting forth his high apprecia tion ofthe patriotic labors of Premier Stolypin and conferring upon him knighthood of the Order of the VhlteI JSagle PACKERS MUST NOT OVERVALUE BEEF WiBkersham Issues Order After Ellis Makes Report Washington April 12The prac tlcebf overvaluing dressed beef trans ported and of using such overvalua tion as a basis for claims against railroad companies when the beef is Injured or destroyed In transit must be stopped at once according to a leclsion reached Attorney General Wickcrsham as theVesult of an inves tigation made because of complaints Against one of the large beef packing companies of Chicago These com plaints alleged that the company had 1destroyedcompany practice and has suggested to the Interstate commerce commission that it issue an order prescribing the char acter of the investigation to be made by railroads of all claims for damage or loss of property during transportation The attorney generals disposition of this ease is the result of a recent visit to Chicago by nis assistant Wade H Ellis AMATEURS WILL BOX Titles and Medals to Be Handed Out at Boston Tournament Boston April 12Some of Ameri cas best amateur boxers are entered in the championships which will be decided tonight and tomorrow night In Mechanics hall under the lules of the Amateur Athletic union The bouts will be managed by the Boston Athletic association The tournament promises to te one if the greatest of Its kind ever hold In this country Solid gold champion ship medals will be awarded the vie tors in each class Entries have been received in the following classes Bantamweight featherweight speqial weight lightweight welterwcigftfr middleweight and heavyweightr Woman Killed In Runaway Cleveland 0 April 12Mrs Mary Jaugenau59 wife of W C Langenau fi wealthy manufacturer and mother inlaw of Robert E McKisson former mayor of Cleveland was killed in a runaway accident W C Langenau her son JF Langenau a grand child Gladys Langeuau and James Groes a coachman were injured in the mishap but not seriously STEAL LOCOMOTIVE Thieves Abandon Engine Vhen Steam Gives Out After TenMile Run Flshkill Landing N Y April 12 Thieves stole a locomotive on the New Haven railroad at Hopewell and after running it 10 miles abandoned it when the steam gave out The stalled locomotive tied up trains until more steam xiould ibegenerated The thieves escaped Train Kills Three Girls Dubuque lav April 12The Illinois Central flyer struck and instantly killed Anhaf Mabel and Ruby aged 7 8 and 14 respectively daughters of Fred Foldorf Theglrls were walking on the track toward the approaching train but on account of a high wind they had their heads down and did not seej tho train T1rtN r Mtz lbrn CUIkus Movements Bombay April 12The Puke of the Abruzzi arrJyed here from Marseilles rTi a north vurd on his llUaaiayan expetiUion rfl V i f 7 HAIrK QPGQOD CITIZENSHIP T TakV Uyefy Interest In Your Homo Town The citizenship of the United States depends on three things said H O Hndley in an address given at the Hudson farmers institute of Spring field Mamnnmely the civilizing of Immigrants froth foreign countries the education of their children and thet1uccWtfon 0C the old American countryit old American stock awhy from tIle large cities and towns jiokeneournging and cal tivating educational facilities in the WRY they SIQlldA sport time ago gathered some data on this subject and I was surprised to find that only one out of thirteen country boys and girls who graduated from the graded schools everwento the high school The grange Is itself teaching its members the principles of good clti zenshipV The first duty of a good citi zen Is in supporting liberally the church and the gospel in his own town even if he is not affiliated with that church Denominational lines are fast breaking down as they are all dif ferent paths to the same great end The second duty is paying the school tax and taking a strong interest in the education of the young people by visit Ing the school and seeing what is be- Ing done Do not send your children to school and not Inquire what they are accomplishing from one year to the other The third duty is interest In good roads One marl of good citizenship is to build good highways because It is over them that we go to mill and to meeting Elect a man for road builder who is familiar with the work of the office irrespective of what par ty he belongs to and keep him in of ficeThe fourth and last duty is the loyal support of your country your state your county and your own home The interest In your home town or village comes in Take an active part in af fairs of the town and do not rundown your calling as farmers TAX ON BILLBOARDS Plan to Solve Problem of Objection able Outdoor Advertising The fight against the unsightly bill boards which has been in progress throughout the United States for soy eral years has resulted in the attempt being made to pass a law In the Mas sachusetts legislature which will pro vide for the posting of bills under cer tain conditions The bill provides that the highway commission pass1 first on the billboard and then thataitaCbe paid of 10 cents a square foot for the privilege of displaying it Thef bill was presented as the result of tbb petition of George B Upham who has done much in the way of re loris along these lines It was introduced in the legislature by Repre sentatlvo NormanaH White of Brook- line Mass Agents would be established all ove the state to issue the licenses Ever billboard could be tagged in a simple manner to show that the license had been obtaIned- This would not affect signs post for seven days or under and would not include legal notices and notices of approachlngjmeetings but would refer to permanent signs such as ad vertising signs in general Should a license be obtained shortly before the new year it would have thirty days to run before the next years license would be required Planting School Grounds Public planting especially in small centers of population is often carried out in the same hasty misguided manner as are too many marriages We plant in haste on yto repent at lei sure While wholesqle enthusIasm is needed do not alldVvit to dictate rushing to the school grounds and planting a few trees We often fall by not making our several efforts continuous after the first feverish wave but we should thoroughly organize when it is seen that a sufficient number will re spond says the Los Angeles Times After organization is effected a proper plan should be secured before any thing is done more than to stir the soil All work must be well ordered but enthusiasm must not be allowed to wane because every one in the district is needed to stand behind this meritorious move Parents and pup pils must all be back for the work and not leave too much to the teacher The latter should not be expected to evidence a similar amount of interest for the tenure of office of the average teacher is generally short and the work must continue for years if the best results are accomplished Some one well qualified should have charge of and oversee all work though the attending pupils should be interested and allowed to participate in so far ar is practicable Plan For Artistic Tree Planting Before a tree or shrub is placed in Its permanent location an outline map of the area tq be treated should bp made This map should locate all QS istlng structures iindicate the direction in which most pleasing outlooks are to be had and also the contour of tlie ground to be beautified The aim should be to Imidaby means of trees and shrubbery II objectionable build ings pr portions of the place and also to shut from view alt unslRhtiyob jects maintained iy neighbors to lo cate the trees rnd shrubs so as to allow an 1innt of visldrfl1Ptdfli1p where the and to so locate the plantings oil large estates as to afford the greatest protection from wititlp and nUesintble surround ings cnsl1t Y54th good landscape effect J I1 rJtRA HOUSE APRIl 101 GO WIT- HLYMAN H- HOWETO Egyot t i and Russia = EXTRAORDINARY SCENES OF SicilyBefore and after the EarthquakeA WAY TRAIN WRIGHTS WONDERFUL AEOR PLANE FLIGHTS GREAT MOSCOW FLOODSV THE JUGGLING FLY 20 IFEATURES Each a Living Reality Diagram of Reserved Seat at- CookNurnneHeyVj Its Your Business modernIto have the best prerniesV Plumbing instaled in your Its Our Business to do ju b this very kind of Plumbing andwo dol Its Your Business- to employ whom you ponso to doyour Plumbing Its Our Business to ask for your older and trade arid Phone 162V RANT WITT S CO 30 North Main fi Nr uYOMEPSCmMED HlSftOHS Curco catarrh or money back Just breathe it in Complete outfit including jnlialcrl Extra bottles 50c Druggists WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS the county is the Winchester Roller lills Why not usc home flour the best made Kerr perfection and WhIte Pearl flour has no equal The oldest and best institution itj Foloys JIouey and Tar js a safeguard against serious results from spying colds which inflame the lungs and develop into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits by insisting upon hav- ug tIme genuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains 110 harmful drugs Sold by all druggists Beauty at the Breakfast TabIe To look her best a woman should rise slowly dress by degrees make her toilet tS if time were at a stand still and stroll down to the first meal of the day without the slightest trace of having hurried or of being in a hurry either for refreshment or news Women who follow this plan are al ways those who arc most admired but from the hotips point of view s not to be recommended Ladies PictorhUFoieys honeya- rdV TarlWill cure a matter hew severe and prevent pneumonia and consumption- A GuarrteeV This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to re fund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure- your cough or cold Corrtain t no opiates The genuine is in a t yellow package SijiSTITUm Sold hy all druggists j r HAMMOND AA HANDY ATLAS OfTHE WORLD r REEII f t WITH THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER 01f HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is the most complete book in a compact space published- It contains 7o colored maps with data up to the minute Historical skotclics of our Presidents from George Washington- to William H Articles and IaftIon the Panama etc etc You Need ItSo Do Your Sons and Daughters Friends and Neighbors Tell Them About It of the mud and hill climbing tax year Sondcne Subscrip ITHE tion toITRIBUNE FARMER at our regular IIIJ1ico of 00 per and vro will rend you HAMMONDS HAN- DYATLAS OF THE postage FREE prepaid helpful the 11FARMER agricultural paper it1blislitlV itVItcoutmus the Special voted ejidi industry Our VKTKnitfAllY imrtnieut uncxcoll by the best voteriuary AmericaCost Do Not Delay Order Now Otir Supply T12IUNE f Limitedol ENau Sfreet New York u u u 1tlHriJ r rI Clark ENCORPORATED ConstructionCo Think paid each WORLD piigw edited INo Road can much nwnUn the Basis of Equipment and the ap ylaGatioTa of Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or pPi vatef streets or alleys I Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale iWe purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car Sots and win be pleased to sell same In The putting in of aS classes of Concrete a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed PU if i IHr i 5 D GOET VPrcs ITCH Natl Bank ESTABLBSHEP B63 BEING TIrE OLDEST THE CITY ccruals of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All VCAPITAL SURPLUS 35000000 CAPITAL S1OOOOO This bank business less than three years ago just tho beginning the financial dopres ion Notwithstanding the hard there has been steady growth fro the start the number ofour depositors and the volume our business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially intcd open account with Por onal attenion all business HCDGKIH CashierV LBROtfN President COCKRELL Vice President r1miLl = 4 GO TO JACKSONS NEW ART GALLERY Go JaclvSons new art Hiuiety for good photo Sec some of liis samples you will tlin be con vinccd that JhokBon can trot out as- 0jd hoto as 3mi can have mode Jin your city Also has full line fancy for portraits and plrotos tie has arranged with ah expert view man tomake house views AuydiTd desiring work this land shul l1cllvotheir order tho studio 3fi North Main StrcttI A WAWI nVfRTSEMrl HJT yi THE is Every up todato farmer should read MOST LInLIOLiVKKKT 11KPORTS arc do to branch of farm DR is It is Dr O Suiead surgeon Is DI I Is NEWYORK Coiisity I costtheFarmors as pooronei On EcononicaIVusIOs any quanitydesired gJ Ass1 CashierI I Clark County BANK IN A PointsV AND v j Peoples State Bank began in of times r i in in of to an us to J5M L B oJu to a latest q of frames of at TRY N i 5 S ob w sJ i 6l6V CUB1IS I a a a B F II O f J u Mr F G FriLLs Oneonta N Y wrUcsl My little girl was greatly remedy for constipation and liver rouble Foleys Orino Laxative is best for women and children nc it benefilted by taking Foleys Ouno Laxativtf antI I think it is tin b st s mild plea iitt and offactive and is a splendid spring hibd3eine as eleansos the sysiom and clears tia complexion Sold by all druirsi 50 REWARD I will nuT a reward of fifty J11 rs for tho conviction qf the party or rarties that durirrf the past wek poisoned my dojj rudcats f S1RVE V4G3t j 4 if J 5V 1 ii wI 4t THE WIKCHfeTrl NEWS ot h fi IOKAtJOS HAND PAINTED CHINA v The complete line of this famous ART CHINA will be on display all day Wednesday You are all cordially invited to come in and see this displayIt give us great pleasure to show the line whether t you wish to buy or not we want you to see this display IIc H BOWEN = 21 I Oh simplify the spelling All you want to if you will But just the same its certain That a bil instill a bill It isnt any matter flow you spell it you will find That rent is rent and landlords Knock you when youget behind The butcher anti the baker And the doctor and the lot Dont care about the spelling If they get what you have got The reformers may be busy At reform until theyre gray The world will not be different If they spell it any way 1 Oh simplify the spellmg Till youve got the perfect spell But Heaven will be Heaven Andflel be no less Hell W J Lampton The Lenten season has come and gone and now preparations are being made fur many entertainments Little Colonel Readers The Little Colonel Readers had their regular meeting with Miss Emma Thomson on Saturday afternoon at her home on South Main street The usual program waylaid aside ndan Easter entertainment wArgiven A large basket anda number of eggs were hidden and to the one finding the first egg and placing it in the basket a prize was awarded Miss Louise Haggard was the winner To the one who wasdongesfc in finding an egg for the basket a consolation prize was given This was won by Miss Ada Lee Boone Games were indulged n until a late hour after which a Rightful lunch was served hose present were Misses nces Pendleton Julia Gaitskill tie Spencer Emma Thorn on ass Haggard Helen Ford Ada Boone and Ida Walden Jiss Elizabeth Stewart bad the yoking Club meet with her at her me oh South Maple street on Saturday afternoon Games were ndulged in until a late hour when a delicious lunch was served in buffet style MissStewaits guests were Misses Marie and Gertrude Bloomfield Virginia Baldwin bias y Frances Og Jeweler and Optician t ISOCIE3TYden Dorothy Porter Ofa Allen Kathleen Earp MaYm- Scrivener Catherine Hughes Rosalind Stevenson Fannie Comb- Scott and Fizabeth Beckner MrsElla Rounsavall will enter tainat Bridge Tuesday TavlorR new coal ectionary store opened Saturday A large crowd was present the entire day It is one of the prettiest and most upto date stores in the city and we have every reason to be proud of it The BrownProctoria Hotel was gay Sunday both at the milday meal and in the evening The menu was delightful Mr Moss is to be vongratul tied rpou the prepara tion and service of such meals Among the dinner parties were Dr Howard Lyon and Miss Alice Porter Mr Edwin Smith and Miss Florence Sympson Mr Austin Reeves and Miso Margaret McKin leyDr Ernest Cole and Miss Jane Gaitskill Mr Scott Judy and Miss Edna Gaitskill Mr Mark McClure and Miss Evelyn Price Mr Morgan Sparks and Miss Lucile Bell Mr Duncan Bell and Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks Mr Roy Laud all of Nihcolasville and Miss Anna Stoner Rash Stag Party Bmbaven the elegant coun try home of Mr James Pickrell was againthe scene of a most de lightful entertainment on Thrnsday evening when Mr William P French entertained twelve of his friends with a seven course stag dinner The lower part of this beautiful home had the additional beauty of palms and ferns The dining room was especially attractive In the center of the table was flat cut glass bowl containing huge pink and white hya cints and silver and cut glass bowls filled with pink and white mints The silver candles shed a mellow radiance over all On the sideboard was a Sheffield tray and tea service the old family plate and the cabinet of sparking cut glass 2Mr Frenchs guests were Mes srs James Phillips Walter Taylor Jeff Stewart S anley Nelson Y Now is the Iime fjfoaf a housekeeper is ata 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 to be enticed into buying cheap cannedgoodsit is both harmful foodsiyearWhatA trial order from us is all that is necessary to convince you that we give both quality and quantity R W Rounsavall 8 Go SOLE AGENTS FerndellPureTtfods Chase 8 Sanborns Coffees Huylers Candies Prices Lard and Sausge I iii v th I jtt r i t z Thomson Bttts Willis Battaille T James FrencbJDr David McKinley Austin ReevesWilhamRSphar lien D Goff and WillLane PERSONALS Mr Waller Calmes returned home Saturday rbui Florida where he has been spending the winter Mrs Ben Cockrell of Mt Ster ling is spending a few days with Mrs Waller Calmes Mr William Hickman Beckner of North Carolina is spending a few days here with his father Judge W M Beckner Mr Green Garrett and Miss Winnie Garrett spent Saturday in LexingtonMr Clelland has gone to witliIClelland inLexinson on Mrs C T McIntire and Miss Catherine of London are the guests of Mrs Ab Hughes Mice Golden Day is much improved and rill be out in a few days Mi C J Bronston of Lexington was in town Saturday MrW t Toewater of Rich mood was th guest of friends here Saturday tMr and Mrs A C Qochran arrived Sunday night from Dawsen Pa to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Haggard Dr George Brooks was in Lex ington Satuiday MrW W Ward of Chattanooga Tenn was in town Saturday with friendsMr Prentice ORear of Mt Ster ling was in town between trains on Saturday Mits Annette Steele of Lexington was the guest of friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr Wilmoth Prewitt of Mt Sterling was in town Saturday on business Miss Lizzie Burke spent Sunday in Frankfort Mrs Nicholas Williams of Chicago whois visiting her mother Mrs P B Winn was in Lexington Saturday the guest of friends Mr James Nunelley and Miss Griffith of Lexington were the guests of Miss Alice Nunnelley Sun dayMrs Mark Wakefield o Shelby ville is the guest of Mrs John Da visMr and Mrs Skinner Kerr were in Lexington Monday to attend the KerrBush wedding Mr John Weather spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of friends Miss Phelps of Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with her sis ter Miss Lilla Phelps Mrs Frank Dudley is ill with la grippe HICKMAN LODGE All members of Hickman lodge I 0 0 Fare requested to be at the meeting Monday night to arrange for attending cornerstonelaying cere monies at Lexington April 15th GLENMORE COMBS NG- J W STATLETON Secy 493t DAVIS NORTON John Davis a telegraph operator of the L E at Jackson and Miss Callie Norton of tSanton were mar lied in the County Clerks office by Judge J H Evans Monday morning After the ceremony the couple left for Lexington on their bridal tour During the spring everyone would be benefitted by taking Foleys Kidney Remedy It furnishes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to eliminate the impurities from it Foleys Kidney Remedy im parts new life and vigor Pleasant lo take Sold bv all druggists UNCLAIMED LETTERS Asbury Harrison Boone J J t Boswell Miss CameL Bochman Will Barnes Miss Dixie Craycraft Willie Cox Ambrose Ketchum Elizabeth Lyons 0 D Loswell E E Museley W S Monroe B Moseley Robert Mitchell Oscar Martin Andrew Rees Willis Stokley Mrs Lizzie x Stamper Loel Sisler Martha Smith Nancy Thomas M S Todd Kitfie F Williams Jackie Wills 0 J R R PEKRY Postmaster f Li SENATE HIS BIG TACK ON HANDS Must Make Dp large Deficit In Reveilles l FIRST ESTIMA ES WRONG House Amendments I to Payne Bill Lopped Off 201 000 of Amount Expected to Be Raised Increased Rates on Womens Hosiery a4 Gloves Stand Out as Prominent Changes Upward In the Dingle Y Tariff Schedules Washington April 12 The esti mates of the revenue which the Payne tariff bill will produce for the government have been reduced nearly 20 000000 through the amendments made to the measure before it was passed bythe house and the senate finance committee will have to provide means for making up this differ ence if the original estimates are to be met The striking out of several countervailing duty clauses on which probablywillanother 20OOQOQO The amendment taking off the V cent duty on t subtracted 7000000 from the estimated revenues The striking out of the countervailing duty on coffee and the maximum duty prO- vision for a rate of 20 per cent ad valorem on coffee coming from coun tries which do not give the United States the benefit of their most tar vored nation clause disposes of what probably would be 815000000 in du ties Taking out the countervailing proviso for lumber and for petroleum two amendments made by the house means a lost opportunity to increase the revenues by several million dol lars it Is estimated By repealing the manufacturers license tax for farmers desiring to sell the leaf tobacco which they raise the house has with drawn considerable revenue under the internal revenue law A slight increase in revenue may be provided by the increased tax on Turkish filler tobacco pineapples and barley and barley malt The senate finance committee ma terially reduced many of the Belied ules of the Dingley bill as it passed the house but In order to increase the revenue producing power of the Payne bill that committee will hae to take different action with regard to the latter measure The 50 or more amendments all of which were offered by the ways and means commit tee have aded a few more changes to the Payne bill as compared to the present tariff law The two increases over the Dingley rates that stand out most prominently in the Payne bill are those in the rates on womens and childrens gloves and hosiery Cocoa which Is now Imported free of duty has been made dutiable at the rate of 3 cents per pound The Payne bill contains many reductions from the Dingley rates of duty The duties on lead ore and pig lead are materially reduced while the lumber schedule is cut In half The differential on refined sugar is reduced 5 cents per 100 pounds Cottonseed oil and tallow are placed pn the free list as well as licorice paste fence posts and kindling wood Provisions for the ifeentry under cei taro conditions of bituminous coal wood pulp and agricultural machinery have been incorporated The duty on print paper upon the recommendation of the house investigating committee was considerably reduced The most important changes made in the wool schedule were the reduction of 5 cents on shoddy and top waste and change from an ad valorem to a spe cific duty on tops the general effect being a slight reduction A conces sion to those who urged that works of art be placed on the free list was made by permitting the free entry of objects of art at least 20 years old The Iron and steel schedules are distinguished through a general cut ting in the duties Iron ore is placed on the free list and material reduc tions are made in the rates on pig Iron scrap iron and steel bar iron round blooms structural iron forglngsnchors cotton ties steel rails tin plates wire and Numerous other articles One of the most important pro visions of the bill Is the Philippine free trade provision which permits the free entry of every product of the islands except rice and exempts from duty any articles imported from the United States into those islands The amount of sugar which may be Im ported is limited to 300000 tons an nually WILL NOT OBSTRUCT BILL Democratic Senators Realize Payne Tariff Measure Will Pass Washington April 12The senate will begin its consideration of the Payne tariff bill early this week and because of the large number of changes which have been made In it by tbp senate committee on finance it probably will henceforth be known as te PayneAldrich bill It s expected the measure will be reported to the senate tomorrow but the day can not be definitely fixed 1 Iiw RIf until after a meeting oC the hill corn mittee on finance taday The bill as originally introduced In the house ljy t Mr Payne has been under considera tion at the hands of both the majority and the minority members of the finance committee ever since the day it was presented but so far there has not been a Joint meeting to consider it As is usually the case in the prep aration of tariff bills the Republican majority has assumed the right to indicate the senates attitude towards the bill so that whatever amend ments may be suggested when it is returnedto the senate will be the result of their labors It is not expected that a great many set speeches will be made in the sen ate While not accepting the protec tive principle Democratic members realize that the measure will be passed and they are not disposed to caue necessary delay Consequently most of tuff discussion by the Democrats will be uponvtlMi merit of the amend ments which wji1 be offered Some of them however deizind considerable time The general policy ol S epubIt can members will be to do iveryvfrckL talking The prevailing opinion is that no less than a month will be re quired for consideration of the bill by the senateY NEGRO LYNCHED s Florida Mob In Autos Overtake Sheriff and Seize Prisoner Arcadia Fla April 12John Smith the negro who dragged Miss Mary Steel Ewing from her buggy two miles from Arcadia in an attempt at criminal assault was taken from the sheriff a dhls deputies and hanged to a treerMiss Ewings screams attracted wilt linowles and his brother who were near by and they rushed to her assistance The negro beat a hasty retreat After taking Miss Ewing to her home the men hurried here and spread the news and bloodhounds followed by a posse of 300 men were soon on the blacks trail The negro was found at a turpentine camp and taken before Miss Ewing who posi tively identified him Sheriff Freeman and his deputies succeeded in placing Smith in jail but being afraid of an attack attempted to spirit him out of Arcadia They were met by an automobile party held up and forced to give up the prisoner The negro was carried to the edge of the city and strung up to a tree where his body was left hanging Railroad Shops Scorched Elklns W Va April 12lre here which for several hours threatened total destruction of the shops of the Western Maryland railroad was subdued after a loss of 15000 The ma chine shop was completely destroyed but the fire fighters by hard work succeeded In preventing spread of the flames to the car shops and round house which were filled with cars and locomotives undergoing repairs WAREHOUSE BURNED Incendiaries Apply Torch to Mayfield Ky Tobacco Store Rooms Mayfield Ky April 12Flre of in cendiary origin destroyed four large tobacco warehouses here The build ings were owned by Lewis Gordon Richard Waldrop Sherril Bearnett and the American Snuff company re spectively These firms are indepen dent and have been buying a great deal of loose tobacco The loss will reach about 25000 There were about 300000 pounds of tobacco lost There is no clew to the- incendiaries Ohio Typos Meet Toledo 0 April 12 Nearly 200 printers representing local unions in Ohio Indiana Pennsylvania and Michigan attended the semiannual convention of the Ohio typographical conference W B Tannehill of Ak ron was elected president of the con ference Harry Hatch of Toledo vice president John H Chambers of Dayton secretary The next convention will be held at Dayton In October r American Hurdler Falls Paris April 12At the Auteuil course the prize of the President of the Republic a steeplechase handicap of 10000 and cup at two miles and five furlongs was won by E Flsch hoffs Journalist C Kleins Chloral was second and H DeMumms Tria non III third F R Hitchcocks Stokes finished fourth Mr Hitchcock also ran Hylas the famous American hurdler but he fell- iIIBERNiANS WELCOMED American Delegates Met by Irish So cieties at Queenstown Dublin April 12When the steamer Cedric arrived at Queenstown a large delegation representing various Irish bodies proceeded down the harbor in a tender to the two dele gates from the AncIentOrder of Hiber nians of America Mathew Cummings natioriarpresijjent and the Rev Fath er P H DDonnell state chaplain of Massachusetts who were on board Clerk Williams Dead Washington April12John R Wife llama 48 of Scranton Pa who for several years had been file clerk of the house of representatives died of an acute attack of brights disease at the Pennsylvania club here He was taken sick about six weeks ago and his condition gradually grew worse until the end flSochiYPhiladelphia April 12Mrfi Esther Hoge Patterson aged 102 years died here She eras a member of the most exclusive inclety circles here J i v- l iiP Glo it IARTIS TURNBULL Desire to Direct Your Attention to I Their Complete Stocks it 0 Fit r SPRING AND SUMMER WEARING APPAREL fi FOR i401VIENA1VDIIIISSESNCW YOUR INSPECTIrNVITED ARTIS TURNBtlM Give The Baby Air Spring time is here and the little ones as well as the grownups like to be out in the open FOR COMFORT you should see our Complete line of COLLAPSIBLE CARRIAGES They open and close with one motion You can hold the baby and open the carriage The prices are the lowest f The Wino Furifiture = C We Give S H Green Trading Stamps I Merchant TailorjT0 the People of Winchester and Surroundings Having opened a merchant tailor department with a Keyessclothingmy stock over All work guaranteed fit or no sale JOHN ADAMS Merchant Tailor SWEPT OVER NIAGARA This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ig ngrippleswarnings are land That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladiesDropsy Diabetes or Brighfs disease Take Electric Bitters at once and see Backache y and all your best feelings re trimltAft9t long suffering from oneiooR Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only 50c at Phillips Drug Store o trr j1 f f i f FIXING A CARRIAG requires a whole lot of knowhow That is why You should send you carriage here to be repaired W employ none but skilled workmen wht know carriages from the ground tip We carry in stock tie best RUBBER TIRES and do the finest CARRIAGE PAINTING Sec us for the best cutting HARROW on the market T STROTHE SCOTT WE WANT YOUR HORSE to show the benefits of the good feed l that you buy from us and accordingly sell you nothing but the best that will give your animal high spirits yourhorseyou will keej it in good good condition for work or pleasure THE PURINA CHICKEN FEED IS SELLING FAST J R MARTIN COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY ID RATHER DIE DOCTOR than have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of Princeville Illrbut youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes if you dont said all doctors Insteadhe used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever- S res Boils Burns and Piles astound the worIi25c at Phillips Drug Store 0 While descending V steps at tb First Presbyterian churck Suudai night Mrs 0 C Flynn of Clay Citl fell and sustained a painful but serioUs ankle sprain h f r t + s THE WINCHESTER NEWS Tr Farm cm Garden HUSKING FROM THE SHOCK Suggestions For a Labor For those who Quick WorkIAccompanying idea for saving muchIgtbpjiing nnd hastening the husking will ben good one to put into twosiwork in hand orjust high enough so tfuit one does not have to stoop over hangfrom STALKS ON SAWHOBSES- vdp the two sawhorses The horses can be made of 2 by 4 and 1 by ma terial and should not be too heavy as it makes hard carrying Most persons will be surprised how much easier i It is to husk shocked fodder VnxjT An armful of stalks can b sbald the sawhorse and the e flU across down and one can hurs wlll hang as it he were hU11 inearly as fast It is of course e ing standing corn on be pected that the wag at hand tQrLai so as to be right S rtossipg in the corn as fast fullnskedAs soon as one arm iae husked out it can be thrown pc anilauotherplaced on the horses id by working this way more corn cnn be husked out and with less effort than any other way known In connection with this plan here is another suggestion Secure two 2 byI 4s about eight feet long good stock Attach these to the bottom of the wagon box allowing the ends to ex wagonfrom2 by 4 nearest the rear of the wagon may be placed so as to just clear the front of the hind wheel but In attach ing the one forward It must be placed sufficiently back of the front wheel to allow turning The 2 by 4s can gen eritlly be attached to the steps of the wagon by chains or clamps such as are used in clamping a colter to the beam ofa walking plow The pro truding 2 by 4s it will be seen form- a support very similar to that made UNDER WAGON BED he sawhorses and on this sup an armful of fodder can be wn and husked out with the same e and rapidity that It could be on a sawhorse The wagon of course ihould always be stopped so that it will be convenient to the shock This plan has the advantage of not having to carry anything from one shock to another TOPICS ON THE SIDE The largest melon ever grown so far as can be ascertained was raised last summer by Sikes Young on his irrigated farm near North Yakima Vash It was four feet long three feet through and weighed 19G pounds Statistics show that tuberculosis In animals is on the increase A recent 2Stimate based on the meat inspection- nd the records of the tuberculin test bows Beef cattle affected 1 per cent hogs 2 per cent dairy cattle 10 per cent The financial loss to stockmen and dairymen because of this disease Is estimated to be fully 14I000600 per annum About the most dangerous thing used about the barn isa cheap lan tern and the user is not always con sidered a brave man either The new elevators for unloading ear corn from the wagon are no doubt many leaps ahead of the scoop shovel but where the latter method is used all the boxes should be supplied with shoveling boards Instead of ordinary end gates y The exports of agricultural products In the fiscal year 190S were valued at 1017000000 an amount greater than for any year except 1007 the reduc tion of 37000000 under that year be ing chiefly Inc to the falling off In value of cotton exports The exported cotton was valued at 438000000 the grain and grain products at 215000 000 and the packing house products at 100000000 Garden and orchard work can go right on iii the wIuterasSwell as In the summer There are many little things which can be done in the cold months licpairing fences and pruning are never out of season Buckwheat contains about as much digestible constituents as corn but not ro much lat or carbohydrates A Texas stock raiser says cottonseed detritncamental to pigs as a great many farm era believe but is the most appetizings nutritious and healthful ommon to this Country St 1 tore brieAkfMt gitr ft jriwt TVai not so energetic behind TiiteweniMi and Mr Rhodes 3M net ippear Hunger won roused Mr KipHrir to actlon and in a little while he Will very busy on his own account Aaifr Rhodes returned he found his tree bearing a new kind of fruit In the hugeblllStarving Feed Usand so on Ohreachlngtlefr nt door he was still1largerFor the human race breakfast bOdyIttain you See that you get itThen In the house on every avail mysteriousthetic appeal Why die when a little breakfast grewtheand so on At last they led into the little break fast room where Mr Rhodes found his guest reading his paper In all inno cence but very hungry That break fast was not long in coming Useful Dcsk Pad A desk pad that with a little care and dexterity can be made at home ewthIngs 20oymakingvoce This was covered by a piece of Owered cretonne neatly turned at the edges and these raw edges covered by a piece of firm white paper which extended over the entire Inside of the padTwo or more pieces of blotting paper were inserted and fastened by ribbons passed through both covers and blotting paper and tied on the outside A piece of ribbon of the same shade but wider was fastened so that it ran diagonally across each cover and tying held the leaves In place To Mark the Laundry The most satisfactory method of marking clothes that go to the laundry Is with a rubber stamp bearing your name Each separate article may thus be stamped with the least possI- ble trouble and the result will be a legible marking What a help this is for the business girl who lives away from home who has no time to take particular pains In the care of her clothing The name need not be put in a conspicuous placein fact it might be tucked away in some odd cor ner where It will not show yet Is sure proof of ownership The stamp Is inexpensive and one may buy a pad and indelible ink at small cost It is a very economical Idea for both ink and marker will probably outlast the girl who owns it- Professional Gossips In China In China elderly ladies are regularly employed as gossips and are well paid It is customary for them to go round to the best houses beating a drum to announce their arrival and to offer their services to the lady of the house as entertainers If their offer Is ac cepted they sit down and tell the latest news the choicest scandals and anything which they think will inter est their hearers Should their stock in trade prove very delectable they very likely take away with them a handsome present in addition to their regular fee which Is at the rate of about 25 cents an hour Some of these professional gossips have a large number of clients whom they visit at regular periods When Troubled by Electricity Some women have difficulty In comb- Ing the hair in winter so full Is it of electricity This can sometimes be overcome by using a bone or celluloid combWhere the hair Is heavy these combs are considered too brittle and rubber Is preferred with no thought that It generates more electricity If a bone comb is soaked In cold water for sev eral hours before using the first time It is less apt to break Walnut Cream Rub a cream cheese to a paste with a silver fork If not soft enough add a little melted butter or sweet cream Season with salt and pepper Make into small balls and into each press the halves of an English walnut Lay on young crisp lettuce leaves and stand where It will get cold When ready to serve pour over it mayon naise dressing and send to the table with thin slices of toasted bread All the Rage Quoting from a young Japanese girl navy blue Is all the rage in Japan it is not in the least surprising tin the remote little island empire hax fashions although it Is to be doubted if the casual observer would notice their changes of style Neither is it amazing that blue Is indicatedblue- Is an old time favorite with the Japa nese but that Japan has rages Is decidedly Interesting news When the Nose Bleeds A teaspoonful of powdered alum to a teacupful of lukewarm water sniffed Into the nostrils will stop bleeding from the nose When the nose bleeds it Is a great mistake to stand with the head bent over a basin Make the per son lie flat with the head thrown back and a cold sponge at the nape of the neck Her Identity Farmer Honk musingly They say Deacon Klntehpennys wife was a paragon before he married her and Mrs Honk brisklyNothing of thr kind She was a Smith I knew the whole family Puck J i mans World J fJMil Meyer Awarded Prize by Secrete doc Artistes Francais Would you believe that such beautiful t inp as lowers could be modeled In breadcrumbs Possibly not But Mile Meyer has just been awarded a prize by the Societe des Artistes Francais for this exquisite flower work Strange as It may seem orchids of wonderful form aad delicate color lug and brunches of apple blossoms with lichen covered wood have been made entirely of breadcrumbs by this talented Frenchwoman Mile Meyer Is of Alsatian parentage and developed a fondness for working to breadcrnmbs from her very earli est years When quite a child she used to model little figures In bread at the luncheon and dinner table air offense against good mann tz for scol4edRerthe bad habit oTthey did not sup Pressjfe5f growing desire to be a J iiHOiv And so to quote Mlle Mey MMjE 3JEVER AXD SOME OF HEB WOKE er 1 came to work in breadcrumbs At first I had very great difficulty with the new modeling material Many of the first flowers I made lasted for only a short time owing to the bread cracking and drying A means had to be found to harden it After numer ous experiments spreading over a pe riod of many months I discovered a liquid which when mixed with the kneaded breadcrumbs gave it the durable property of India rubber This accounts for the fact that my works are so little liable to break that I send them by post to the United States They can be worn In the hair or used as corsage bouquets without the slightest danger of being broken and should they happen to fall to the ground from the pretty vases in which some people keep them In their draw Ing rooms they will not break What Is the nature of the liquid I use I am sorry I cannot tell what it is It is the only secret that I possess The branch of apple blossoms which gained Mlle Meyer the award at the salon is now the property of the French government Apple and cherry blossoms orchids roses pansies forgctrnenots honeysuckle and sweet peas are the flowers that this clever Parisian sculptor has so far copied and with such scrupu lous fidelity to nature that bees flying Into mademoiselles room from the garden of her house in the Rue Per goles have settled upon them in search of honey Perhaps it was this fact that gave her the idea of extending her labors to the copying of insect life At any rate the fashioning of bees wasps dragon flies and other minute creatures of the entomological world is her latest work Temper and the Complexion The girl with a hasty temper Invari bly has trouble with her skin Sometimes red spots come out prominently and refuse to be hidden by the artifice of powder Sometimes it Is an angry flush that rises to the face and when it disappears leaves the skin quite dry and painful Now the cause of all this Is the ex citement of getting angry for the blood gets hot and courses quicker than usual through the veins thereby disorganizing different functions of the body And the result is a bad complexion as well as indigestion and a torpid liver Very little can be done for the skin while the temper remains unchecked Perhaps the girl who at the moment Is worrying over a spotty skin will pause and think whether a hasty tem per Is causing the mischief and if this is so let her set about curbing ber temper without any delay if she would regain the healthy bloom of happy girlhood The Benefit of Laughter Laughter improves ones health and looks because it improves the circula tion by stimulating it sending the blood bounding through the veins ThIs is the benefit of all laughter if hearty enough It causes deep inspira tions calling into active use every part of the lungs favoring an Increase of lung power and thereby developing a healthy chest When the chest and breast are lifted and expanded the sagging weeping willow lines of the face disappear Therefore laugh a lit tle every day Laugh and live long and keep young The Belated Breakfast Some years ago Mr Kipling went to stay with the late Cecil Rhodes at fruit farm away in South Africa One morning the story goes Mr Rhodes went out round his farm be r T4yi THEuBttlh POSSUM FA Dl Mascot of Taft Administration Manu facturodl b Society Woman The Billy Po mm will become the theicot of the TaI administration He lass already bee molded by the toy designer Mater il the color and texture of his wool coat is being copied and n toy fact ry has hundreds of wands employed in building him in three sizeslIfe Ize medium size and four inches long And best of the Georgia Billy Possum company has been organized princtpa11stSusIe W Algood Mrs De Forrest AI good That the ielsujre woman must have something to oc her more than the pastimes of the Drawing room Is being expressed in tue practical turn promi n cit women are giving their talents In gay Gotham they have studios for desIgnIngIwelfare work along various lines One well known society woman has a brass foundry In which she manufactures wonderfully pretty things In brass and has made enough money out of that venture to purchase a celery farm in now comes Georgias energetic woman as the president of a well or ganized company for the manufacture and sale of the Teddy bears succes sor the Billy Possum the little grin ning creature whom Joel Chandler Harris and Irwin Russell immortalized in tale and verse even before he became the piece de resistance of the banquet given by Atlantas chamber of commerce to the hero of the hour President TaftI- MPROVED CULINARY VESSEL No Danger of Scalding the Hands When Draining Off Hot Water In an improved cooping utensil pat ented by an Illinois man the cook and housewife using it will be saved many a burn or scalding of the hands In draining the boiling water from the ordinary utensil used to cook vegeta bles etc burning of the hands Is al most unavoidable The utensil shown here Is adapted in a novel and thor oughly effective manner to retain the cover In position when tilted for drain ing the contents so that there is no danger of injury to the user The WATEB EASILY DRAINED OFF saucepan is of the ordinary type with the usual handle and a de tachable cover On the rim are three spring clips which project over the edge and hold the coyer in position In the cover are a number of drainage openings which are normally covered by a hinged lid or closure The latter while sealing the opening will readily yield to steam pressure and thereby permit the escape of steam As the utensil is tilted the hinged coyer will naturally fall away from the cover al lowing the water to drain out through the openings The Guest Room The very simplest guest room that any one could imagine The floor had on it a gray rag carpet The walls were covered with a plain gray paper and a black molding joined them to the ceiling The narrow old fashioned woodwork of window and doorsills made streaks of black in keeping with the molding above The hangings were gray Japanese crape Many tones of quiet grays as said the poet but they served to throw into relief odd bits of blue and yellow Moorish pottery and a row of blue- books The books were the point of the whole gray scheme of things for the hostess had covered them all in blue holland linen and had titled the backs on small yellow pasters- HOUSEKEEPING HINTS For a delicious salad to serve with roast lamb sprinkle orange pulp with minced mint leaves stress with lemon juice and sugar and serve on lettuce leavesTurnips carrots onions and cabbage should be boiled in a great deal of water tnkenoff Immediately and drained Too little water will turn them dark and overcooking destroys the taste To polish dnware use the soft white cInc ers found In coal ashes Crush them to a flue pouter and rub on the tin with a piece of flannel The pow der must be so fine that It will polisl without scratching A small crack or hole In the Inside of a range can be flied with a mixture of equal parts of wood ashes and com mon salt moistened with water The filling will harden and last for a long timeIf you want to keep your desserts bi the top of the ice place n newspaper over the ice and your dishes never slip olf or tip over ior r r TWO FOR ONE 1 0R ONE FOR NOTHINGB- THE WINCHESTER NEWS AND THE OF E TOBACCO NEWSiIIL1I FOR 300 MfiL Year d 9 The price of THE NEWS is 300 a year by itself but we have arranged to sell one years subscription to both the above papers for the price of 300- SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN AT THIS OFFICE THE WINCHESTER NEWS GO Incorporated WfiN nt i lW IiuwI Wi9 cLARK CIRCUIT COURT Jerry Taylor Plaintiff vs Notice Burl Turner J Af Unglies Shirley IfaddellIW H NolciniilETardman Royce and Winchester Bank Defendants The above parties to this action and T L Nunan and Haddcn Tobin are notified that Ins Master Com missioner of the Clark Circuit Court will at my office in Winchester Ken tacky beginning on April 3rd 1909 hem evidence as to the indebtedness 11ofsaid assjjfs with the purpose of set tling said partnership I will contin ne to hear evidence as to said questions till April 17th 1909 LEELAND HATHAWAY M C C C C KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 Clark Gsjity August 3rd 4 Days Scult county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9lh 6 days iiockeastle county August 18 3 days HH Bourbon county September 7th t 5 days State Fair Louisville September 13th6 days Lincoln county July 21 3 days Spencer county August 10 4 days Mercer county August 12 3 days Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Kyf August 19 3 days Shelby county August 24 4 days Laurel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 daye If secretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dales wo will cpvrv them free of charge The Kind of Dora She Was The yoin Judy or the family had st returned tram Paris where she iJ studied under Marchssi and cle Vaiah who had served her His srhce bcToh do waV was in rod into tho parlor to hear her sing len slut concluded her first aria he marked Miss Licsr yo sho naliaea a niarlingae Where thr CIovs Tree Thrives There is no place in the worlo vhero the clove tree thrives as wells in the Islands of Zanzibar and Pemba It is the principal product of the islands and tbgcthnr with copra and the ivory brought from the mainland clovys form the prindipul stem of exnort v 1 l r Ul tElectric Current We Furnish Electric Current Day art d Night for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current for Motors to Do Your Washing Run Your Sewing Machine Run Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair Run Smoothing Iron To Do Your Ironing Run Soldering Iron To Do Yonr Soldering We Furnish Current jiior AU Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for Less Money Than Anyotlier Plant in Kentucky Winchester Railway Light See Co ixcoaroR Er Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 42000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS 0 r ITill give yoiicpurtepus treatment and attend promptly and carefullyjto all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier- T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier W S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Cleaned Pressed 8 Repaired We do French Clec slog and Satisfaction iaaranecI Ladies Party Dresses a 5 Give Us AliicaUed2 t W Court St Home Phone 645 Winchester Ky A Thousand Heads For Two Thousand Hats Wanted IYou can have your choice if you come early enough to pick out the best sample Hat at SOc on the Dollar Just now received from leading manu fjicturert at the- SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main St TINNING PLUMBING GUTTERING SPOUTING ETC REPAIR WORK A Lu SPECIALTY1sgn T t r jt r FHANk ROY THE PAINTER Now At 318 H Main Nothing else used but National ll1fl- andoitothe very Lest AH wore guaranteed lowest estimates Et t Tenn 20 CALL ON NEiSONJhe TransierMav iby day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94- Night Pnone 339 CINCINNATI TAILORING CO MANN REDMOHs Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Nome Work FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER IIc1D g TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT t f r I I J it f tI f n f i THE WINCHESTER NEWS t Mt IIIFM M1Alill Wlu ZAItI Kpifjwcts to Attend- centeqtry O College HamiltoHjO iil 12Miami uni versity ttie old i f Ohios colleges will celebrate hen mtennial at Ox f ford Juhe 1218 J t It Is tha offer 2000 alumni an former stude1Jti1ir gather on the campus at Oxford fahd that the guests will include the president oft thjjf United States arid many other i wplen of note The first invitation Issued was sent to President Taft The president is peculiarly interested in Miami univer1 sity because his fathgrin law John W Herron ofCincfnnatlsince 1880 has been president of the board of that institution Whitelaw Reid ambassador to Great Britain of the class of 185G has also promised to be present if possible The cqntennial address will be de livered by Chancellor Henry M Mc Cracken of the University of the City of New York of the class of 1857 The annual address to the literary societies will be delivered by George R Wendling of Washington of the class of 1864 British Inheritance Taxes Washington April 12British in horitariCQ taxes drawn from a popula tion of 44000000 yield 90000000 to 95000000 annually out of a total in tornal revenue of 470000000 to 480 000000 About 4000000 estates pay the bull of these taxes This is the substance of a report by Charles M Pepper who has been investigating the subject for the bureau of manu factures department of commerce nnri IQlior In connection with the tar iff revision GYPSIES BURY QUEEN IN OHIO CEMETERY Camps From All Parts of Country Meet at Cincinnati Cincinnati 0 April 12 The funeral of Queen Mary Gorman wife of James Gordon King of the Gypsies was held here preliminary services bring conducted at St Joseph ceme tery and followed by services at each of the various camps The queen died Nov 6 1908 in Pittsburg Kan Her body was ship ped to this city arid was placed in a vault at the cemetery For a week tribes have been coming to Cincin ntai and locating on the gypsy camp grounds of the Mill Creek valley About 60 gypsies including repre sentatives from every tribe assem bled in Cumminsville a suburb and Were taken in carriages to the come tery At the grave services wore held by Father Hickey of St Patricks church GENRAL BOOTH COMING Leader of Salvation Army to Tour America Next Fall New York April 12At the celebration of the eightieth anniversary of the birth of General William Booth It was announced by Commissioner Thomas Estill of Chicago that the founder of the Salvation Army is planning another trip throughout the United States and Canada next fall All branches of the army in New York city are continuing the celebra tion today and tonight in Carnegie hall the commanders daughter Miss Eva Booth will rend a special mes sage from him to the American peo ple Play Tie Game Cincinnati 0lpril 12The Chi cage American league team played the local National league club to a tie in an 11 inning game The game was marked by spirited playing through out Score Cincinnati 5 S OJ Chi cago 5 12 ROOMING HOUSE WRECKED Lodger Divested of Coat by Gas Explosion but Is Not Injured Columbus 0 April 12ln a nat ural gas explosion here the front wall of a rooming house at 53 North Front street was blown out John Welsh a odger in tlo room where the explo kn took place was divested of his i ccfcit but did not receive a burn or ser cllYon his body Forest Fires In Virginia ROanoke Va April 12Forest fires 10at raging in Botetourt county and are said to extend for 100 miles along the mountains It is thought that hun drells of thousands of dollars worth i of timber has been swept away Hundreds of men are fighting the flames t tTtlf MEAT Of IT I Throughout the south a war of ex termination is to be waged against the mosquito and housefly as dissem- inators of deadly diseases- J Russell Jones former minister to Belgium died at his home in Chicago He was born in Conneaut 0 m 1823 Charles Algeron Swinburne the English poet is dead Edward Searles of Toledo by ap pointment of Governor Harmon suc ceeds General W P Orr of Piqua as trustee of the Soldiers home at San dusky O When run to earth by a posse Her lent Nottage or Bingham Me who killed his wife shot himself through thq head dying Almost Instantly t WORDS TO FREEZE THE SOUL Your son has Consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Elev lens a leading merchant of Spring NC by two expert doctors onershown Jthq wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Elevens lie was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world foi what it lid for my boyP Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung dis eases tori earth 50e and 100 at Phillips Drug Store Guarantee sat isfaction Trial bottle free u WICOTIANA TABACUfvJ Interesting Historical Facts Con Government Statistics From A S of E Tobacco News The Cultivation of Tobacco in Kentucky and Tennessee is the title of a leaflet recently issued by the Department of Agriculture the object of which is to puescnt tlic best ine thods of cultivation now in use with tletailefl descriptions of the principal operations employed Preceding the technical discussion of these questions the bulletin pro sents a sketch dealing with historical facts that may well interest the lov ers as well as the raisers of the weed Thus it is stated for instance that tobacco belonging to the order of plants commonly known as the nightshade familly received its generic name Nicotiana in honor of lean Nicot French ambassador to Portugs1 in 1GGO When two years before this spud mews of tobacco had been brought from Mexico to Spain Nicot secured sonic of the sCeds and sent Them to- Paris The species of Nicotillut Nicoohliana labacum The aborigines of America grew tobacco long before the advent of the white man The French explorers Marquette and La Salle found it in cultivation and use by the Indians along tho Mississippi and Ohio rivers and their tributaries as early as 1009 and 1073 In 1750 Captain Christo pher Gist an agent of the Ohio Company found tobacco being grown by Indians at Shawncctown the present site of Postsinounth 0 During the same period tobacco was being grown by the Shawnos at the present site of Indian Fields in Clark county Ky In 1775 white pioneers from Virginia and North Carolina made a permanent settlement at Boonsboro Ky and immediately began to grow tobacco with their own crops Soon after the price of tobacco increased materially and oilier tobacco farmers migrated to this territory- As early as 1792 when Kentucky was admitted into the union settle ments were being establishedthrough out the states bordering on the Ohio river and tobacco became a medium of exchange After home consump tion had been supplied the surplus was shipped down the Mississippi to New Orleans for exportation As the population increased the home mar ket grew and in a short time estab lishments were located at Lexington and other points for the manufacture of plug and Uvist tobaccos Lot home consumption The export business dwindled to nothing and was not re vivcd until after the close Of the civil war In 1805 George Webb a farmer living in Brown county 0 discovered the new tobacco plant wlijch has now spread over what is known as the white burley district He raised it from seeds furnished him by the Commissioner of Patents who in those days supervised the distribu tion of seeds under Government auspices and it differed materially from the red tobacco theretofore desInow supplies the market with chcW ing cigarette pipe and cigar tobacco although the greater part of it is manufactured into chewing tobacco The dark tobacco district produces a lark heavy type which is principally exported to Enronean countries Kentucky and the bordering states now produce more than 375000000 pounds annually onesixth of the total production of the world and more than onehalf of the production of the entire United Statesofa quality of tobacco which is peculiar ly confined on account of soil and climatic conditions to this area A great part of the world will continue to look to this section for its supply UP BEFORE THE BAR N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Bil lionsness or Sick Headache they work wonders Sort at Phillips Drag Store TRY A NEWS WANT t PV T S S T Ij JLi The cow must be well fed if she is going to give a generous flow of milk A good road is a good investment for any section Kind treatment is one of the ingredients of the ration of every cow No danger of overfeeding along that line The good brood sow ought to prove profitable up to seven or eight years Of age Look over the flock and if any of the owes seem weak separate them from the flock and give them extra care and feed until they grow strong Know when your stock is ready for market and know when and where you can find the best market for your stock Grow some hickory trees for ax and hammer handles If you raise more than you need you can easily sell for hickory brings f good prIce Plenty of light always for the stock If your barn lacks windows put them in at once a window with every stall If it is possible to avoid It dont take your seed potatoes from a basement whore there Is a furnace Their vitality is apt to have been Im paired A little molasses added to the rap tion of the cows is good It gives zest to the appetite but too much is bad for the cow and it should not be fed in the breeding season Give the horses a run in the pasture if it is possible It must be pretty monotonous standing in a stall for long stretches at a time as some horses are forced to do in the winter My how the hens do like the chance to scratch ovor a sheaf of oats or wheat which has not been threshed out They will get all the grain if you give them a chance Talking about the value pf good tools reminds us that good tools need proper care Many a farmer wastes lots of money ouch year by the care less way in which he uses and cares for his tools and machines Are you getting tho bulletins from your state experiment station They are yours for the asking Have you name put on the list If you do no want them all but only those of certain topics you will be put on the special list for the kind of bulletins you want Provide clean troughs and feed floors for the hogs mid you will revise your opinion of the animals that they prefer filth to cleanliness A cement feeding floor and movable troughs that can be scalded out once or twice a week will enable the feed er to give them sanitary conditions A good horse sling for supporting the animal on his feet Is made by folding a stack cover so as to pass under the belly then roll it on pieces of scantling from each end so as to from a hammock of the proper length By the use of chains and a singletree the sling can be supported from above Straps or ropes must be used at both ends to prevent the horse from falling forward or backward If farmers would keep pure bre chickens of one breed their eggs would put on a better appearance in the market because of uniformity of siz and color Poorly assorted fowls may return a profit but they do not return anywhere near the profit that the same number of wellbred uniform hens would Scrub stock of any kind is poor property It costs as much to feed house and care for them as it does for good stock while the returns are materially less The mongrel he eats the most and returns the least for the food consumed Here is a joke on the novelistfarm er from the Farm and Home which i good enough to pass along During his first year a novelistfarmer dis covered that all his little chickens which were confined in coops were languishing at the point of death The novelist went over his hen literature to locate the cause of the trouble to no avail Finally he called upo an old chap named Rawlins to whom he put the question What do you suppose is the matter with those chicks Well I dunno said Raw lips What do you feed em 1 Feed them exclaimed the novelistfarmer Why I dont feed them anything Then howd you spbso they wa again to live I presumed re plied the literary person that the old hens had milk enough for them now wiwww rJ tr J Pure itacr end plenty of it should Abe one of tho cardinal rules In mauag afe the poultry j Have you ever noticed that the poor farmer is apt to blame his failure on keep growing colts In the stable See that they have a chanco to get lots of exercise Any broody hens yet If you can provide shelter for the little chicks set some hens as early as possible You will have extra early broilers in this way In keeping eggs for hatching date them so that there can be no ques tion as to their fertility and then keep them from getting chilled It has been well said that anybody can keep stock but it is quite another thing to manage so that stock will keep you Are you doing itjIt is claimed by some men who know how to handle sheep that theyIclear 100 per cent upon their ment Perhaps not every farmer do that but certainly by better man agement most farmers can increase their profits Do not let the geese or ducks forI fattening have access to the water Feed liberally ona ration of barley meal cornmeal beef scraps and chopped vegetables Keep them someI subdued light and keep their clean Let them go 24 hours without feed before killing Sunshine is better than medicine An abundance of sunlight in the cow stables so arranged that it may reach every part of the stable is one of the best preventives of disease When possible the cow stables should bo separate from the barn in order to secure proper ventilation and the necessary sunlight which it Is impossible to obtain in any other way A Pennsylvania dairyman who has kept a record says it takes 150 quarts of milk to produce a calf that will weigh 160 pounds at four weeks His record of feeding 80 calves showed 12000 quarts of milk and for which he received 481 or four cents per quart and the calves did the milking He says the calves must be good onesnot little runty Jerseys Dont plant solid blocks of one va riety of fruit trees or bushes Differ ent kinds planted together help to fertilize each others blossoms Al ternate the varieties by planting double rows of each kind side by side Remember that some varieties are self Steriie and cannot fruit well when planted alone Weve said this before but its a vital point that cant be repeated too often The time to breed lIons for heavy egg yields is in the early spring Chicks hatched at that time are always very fit to meet the succeeding winter while latehatched ones are mere hangerson and time losers How many May pullets never lay an egg till ten or more months old and they should all begin at five or six Really uptodate results are now referred to and not haphazan1 management A keen eye should be kept on the whole offtRemember that growing chickens and laying hens require large quanti maIIstituents are necessary from which to manufacture therapidlygrowing bones of the young chick to furnish egg shells and mineral matter used for other purposes by the laying hen Of course in addition to the ash and protein carbonaceous matters are re quired to keep the fowls warm and to supply energy Wheat culture has been under In vostigatIon by the Kansas experiment station At the beginning 616 varie ties were taken The following harvest 264 varieties were so far behind as to be counted out of the running and a year later all but 39 of these varieties were eliminated from the race These 39 varieties are nowI in the ground and the one which willdbe decorated the king wheat of Kan sas At the Kentucky station similar oneThe practice of having silage for summer feeding when the grass falls is growing Some are afraid of silage spoiling in the summer but if the silo is handled rightly there will be no more waste in summer than in win ter To prevent silage from spoiling feednhas been removed take a garden rake and brush over the exposed surface so that the first inch will bo left rough and open This will allow the surface effectuallysprevent Be sure that the lameness In the mare you propose using for breeding purposes is not due to hereditary tendencies Wellbred wellshaped lamenlargeheaded sometimes fast and often attract the attention of men who have an eye to raising a nice colt This hopelessIlymare is taken to a stallion in order that she may earn her keep by breed lug and the result is very frequently neverthelesssone with a predisposition tu tha dis ease that made it necessary to with l draw Us mother from work r rwy rwt r tr k I TimeFor More Printing ELI IT high that the business men ofthis vicinity were finding that the Only Modern Printers with Down Date Outfit in the were awaking fact the and catch the eye the public must come for the printing which We offer these ads New and Down the Minute Type the Largest Stock and the Most Skilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD ASK FOR MORE We vain enough believe that we have a line samples that will eclipse anything kind this section Kentucky andnothing gives more pleasure than exhibit the users printers f ink We would like call and slow you that we deliver the goods j t 3 one e WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED of Anything s Main St New Phoe 8DSPROFESSION e J M STEVENSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main St Winc ester Ky ENDlETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky GILBERT fBOTT1 jIBOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE LOCK IWtlerc the Clove Tree Thrives no in the the clove tree thrives as well as in the islands of and Pembm It Is the principal product of the Islands and together with copra and the ivory brought from the mainland form the principal item of SUBSCRIBE FPP THg NEW r 4 rt is time of out we are to ity of Winchester It is time they to this If they would reach ear of they with to do it vantagesThe J Machinery to I YOU are to of of its in of us to outproduction to of to can Printers place world where Zanzibar cloves export to us 15q Louisvilleand Return First of the Season fVIA C Be O ROUTE YELLOW KID SUNDAY APRIL 181 Tickets Good Date of Sale DINING OAR SERVICE ALA OAHTE Stick to the PhonetMany a man who glowing letters read In a breach of promise suit realizes that after all the telephone Is cheaper In the end Somervllle Journal y lIijlr a r jjjjjjjj GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester Ky Corner of Broadway and Hiahland y STROSSMAN RATLIFF rREAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE See Us For Bargains Cotkwriilit Uaislw Hd Ice C Cralif aiNM Lei FiM RltiM Mc Etc a SpecH W19 MKtfc Mite Stmt I F F f TTT I PIIIf 1 Jt LL 1 1H WINCHESTER NEWS i There St f Dulterencet t r Th HILTON SANJARi DISK 1RR JN IS- 1drffer itf I l i h rrlf 6r yrj 1 lr J ht from a11o1ie i t J r iHl 1 irlf l t It is the only Harrow made that has stay chains Hence does away with neck weight and the jerking of your teams THERES i REASON IPHY YOU SHOULD BUY THIS HARROW DUSTPROOF BOXINGS SW STEEL MIIN FRIM i SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION 44V V rrv t cz LIGHTDRAFT I7fTD1IIoDrrfnDID v iu EVERY DISC GUARANTEED sn t Jlw Harrow Like Ms Worth Looking After V p4SEETHEMAT V Grubbs BentonI I uplESfDRUM he Editor of The News invites of its reauerSi to make free use ts columns on all subjects of in ist to them or the community fit es not necessarily agree with the tides so published WANTS TO KNOW WH- OOwpIPRETTFIRE AUTO Says That WicheseS Jljfd Have Bettef Stfe fs Before i New Auto To the Editor of The Jews I see a very prbttj lire auto run ning around iptir KtVuets and tote hiLt this auto is takuig pleasure trips to our neigh oragtQWus4oadddwith ife seekers What I would ask SiWhose41uto is this If the citys then itseems that wa are pay ing for a lot ft p1qatirik4u could be done by tliepurgeX qf thosethat love auto pleUsu 6s aiid save our fine machine for itsr purpose if it is ours Jf the city expects 16 buy this ma- chIne then by the time that it has run over fo our jiei hboririg towns several times aud chased around our town with pleasure parties for thirty days it will by that time be a sec ondhand machine and worth just what any other second hand machine is And now itstrikes me that in our raw to 10 very uptodate that the hounds are ahead of the hare We lao timcxto buy fire autos after we have some Streets for them to run on Do you not think that it would bo the wise thiig t6 build streets for them to run on Do you not think that it would be tlio wise thing to build streets for the next two years with our money and then buy an auto Auaulo Villnpt an4 cannot do the scn1 ecreqJlireaof it with our street in their presqut condition Better the streets first and ilinbpy the auto j YoqrsforS- UGGESTIONS good stre tsv c G11brf r F Rt 5OMIPItJNC1ESTER t cnrtM srplti CIubL9iy Staraajrtl cora 1t4 Put Gatner ttokkz towsr9i4LQi w ttOdQ- ver1isig f ijs native t heath I have atipTor it to witj Let it buy 8 slereoptidon of good power reqdyorfUusmess aj l except madeifromphotogr intptestin the town and county and giye exhibitions air5aroun the State charging only a dune so that everybody can con Have Johu Garner as the lecturer and eQplnandhim to do his peSt as a boerNearby andiirKeDYuckywould be comparatively ligh tr in thb begimiingaindfif Garnorgot his talkr Test going right there would be such a demand for tickets that it would become a money maker before a great while Wecautexpect everybody to Come here auasee the town but by jimiiny we cnn take the town to ev erybody mid let them see what it looks like Then we get them started this way surp f BOOMER FM HARRISWRITES ON LIFE INSURANCE Qiscusses Question of Adequate Rates arid Need of Pro t ction The great British statesman Wil liam E Gladstone declared that it was the duty of government to mik0 tascasy as1 possjble Jo dd right hudas hard as possible to do wi thg Jib P ili ty dccupies a similar role in the realms of life insurance Its basis is the establishment ofa fra ternalism w1ii hwi1l bring hoallhy men And wompji tpgethel to forma Croat sYQ14 ms1ibingthc4cst cle7v men l Qf the v1w1eiiisurjince Nbttc- Realiiiitli1h jf plu5kot necessity gather force and volunieva the years po 1and ultimately becoin a p6wer winch shall JctdeVjtsl Y Jue ofrn raneetQ all who are Eligible to carry it 1 ct The fate of an rordetf like that of a nation is what its comppnant parts ideinthicia divinity that isshuiiujouieuds tljat tiivinitYl inherent E cry uembei must fee t11atJJie HqniQ Oficrof iie ordjF 14 bo t seiiutivbf that bok i eeplng the sacred tru t of Lis prdf ctitit for those he loves wid leaves behind i j J instiratifii 6t this kiiiH eats1- feat de 1kftbm thoehho 14it ritdCstiny TbVbid Grccia iifrwb tJlatt man wpwinci1 t1le f taking iip ars in btitt of his country has no right to exist It intty not be proper to apply suchk stlidard to the membership of a Ira ternal order but every member of ah order should do his duty and when that is the standard the world will sec X fpaternalism that holds in its cJiaUce the true Vine of Brother liood and 1 Othersj I doubt not if not we The lssupofour work will seed hans gather as their own jjjeIiayyest by their fathers sown standard and this the conception of fraternal life insurance Life insurance is a necessity it is not4gnmbre but a serious obligation to protect ones family Do we want to get protection and not pay what itcosts7 or do we want to be honest with ourselves and our children If we do wo must seek membership in the orders that arc honest and fair with themselves andtheir membership by using only the rates that have proven adequate to meet all demands arid accumulate a sufficient surplus or reserve to meet the inevitable exigencies of old sage and thus avoid be frig thrown upon the rocks when the sfprnr of trouble breaks upon us Ono of the greatest monsters the American people have to combat today is that spirit of speculation or Desire to get something fr nothing brnt essrtfianifsequrvalent iuvalne but in life insurance just as in bank ing if a sane science of financing is not applied and adherred to the in evitable shoals of error is our fate The great Judge explains what fools ve nfortal be and there are iewa that attract more of the giiilabhvtjian the avenue of life in lti J Qur struggle is not with the moro expensive stock companies nor with the cheap temporary firms of benevo- l iit insurance but g od sound sane level premium adequate rate fraternal life insurance comes in as the balanc lug factor that becomes a fixture because it saves the situation for Jlic men of moderate means who comprise seventyfive per cent of the insurance population Among some of the most notable established sue cess spin this line that are seeking cs iabishment in our midst and about us art the Independent Order of For esters1with a surplus fund of four cn of dollars thd WcnttoftbnWorldicitlininc nil aad the Ejiights of the M4Cie th Ven inillioAs of Itedinc f t t 4 HARRI8 soBs RIBE FOR THE 1- EmtL 4 J J A Z = 7 iA1 SENATORiAl PRIMARY fOR THIS Tllulalmbl Committee Will Meet in Winchester Seleral Candidates Kane AI readylleen lentiMed foMlie Pos ton Which Goes to Won The Hon Join M Stevenson chair man dHhe Twentyfifth DistrictS latonal Commfttee Tias called a meet big for Tuesday atI pJn for the purpose of arranging for the time and plucks for holding the primary to nominate a candidate for Senator in this district The district is com posed of the counties of Clark Bour ban Montgomery and Jessamine The onlyropenry announced candidate so far is the non Claude M Thomas of Bourbon The nomination will go to Bourbon this time according to the custom of the district Mr Thomas is the ooenly avowed cham pion ofr the county unit bill and is making his campaign on that issue Other candi1ttesiiientioned but not yet announced arc lion Hal Wood ford and Hon James Thompson both of Bourbon county Mr Woodford represented the liberal platform It is not known just what Mr Thomp sons position i- sOCCUPIES THE FIRST OFFICES A Sof E Tobacco News Moving Into Its New Quarters in j K FraternityBuilding The A S of E Tobacco News has leased an office in the fraternity building and were moving in Monday The offices will be occupied by the editorial staff And business forcp These are the first offices to be occupied InMlrtj new building DAMAGESUlf JS ON TRIAl CL 1b r4 Miss Emma Blackwell Loses in Action Against iWin chester The case of Emma Blackwell vs City of Winchester was the first ctte called in the Clark Circuit Court Mgnday moruuig The kjasjo took up the entire morning Miss Black well stumped hertoe on a board lay ing in the street Oil Winn avenueh5t March fell and sprained her arm The sun is for 1000 and hordoct- oiJg f s Thccufee of Milain vs Bloomfield will bthe first case called in the afteriioon The jury in the Blaclnvell case brought a verdict in at 10 oclock Monday for the defend- antJOHNSON TO FIGHT KETCHELll Heavy Weight and Light Weight Champions Arc to Meet in California f j JfSpecial to The News NEW YORK April 12A11atch has been arranged between Jack Johnson heavy weight champion and Stanley Ketchcll the middle weight champion for about next Oc tober at Colma California It was arranged today by James Coffroth manager of the Colma club A REIG JQF TERROR Special to The News MRIE France April 12Tiud Striking button makers have brouglil about a reign of terror hero and three thousand soldiers are patrolling the streets and surrounding country ELECTROCUTED FOR LlINGHIS i BROTHER Young Han of TwentyTwo Execute ij in Sing Sing Monday Mdrmng Spedai to THe News gIN 8INGN Y April 12Fort- he iauA4p of his aioiief ii Ercoklyi ol3 ye t ao22kvas electrpcut in ith estate pfifeoA jiere this morning riirtl t t l j if iw 11O a il oJ r kf COuNcIL iSt TO MEET MONDAY Some Definite Arrangements Are to Be Made to Oil the Streets lfL lIrolJ A Hughes andthe cil will meet Monday night to make some infinite Yirrungsmeuits in regard totheoiling of the streets The high wind Monday scattered the dust in every direction causing the mar chants and citizens in the down town district great inconvenience and it is the intention of the Mayor to relieve the situation as quickly as possible iiljMlt OPENING AT WIC11AYLORS Fifteen Hundred Guests Visit Beauti ful Store last Saturday SCigars GaloreI9r The opening of MrT W C Tay lors Cundy and Soda Fountain Store Saturday was a great success and Mr Taylor is very much pleased with the outlook for business At least fif teen hundred people were in to look at his beautiful place ijJ d every one expressed 1uisorlIQr opinion that tvasth1cof the prettiest stores of ttis kind in the State Soinc Vcnt so far as tosiry that no store of this kind in the South coul leqlalit Every lady guest was given a small basket of candy usa souvcuier and cigars were passed to the gentlemen The opening began at nine oclock in the morning aqd as soon as the coors were opoa time crowds began to pour in continuous Iy until eleven at nig- htFERTILIZERS ARE DISCUSSED Prof 6eorgeTbertl Talks to Large Crowd at the Farmers Club Saturday j Time Farmers Club meeting Saturday was attended by a large crowd Prof George Roberts of the Ken tacky Experiment Station talked on Fertilizers He spoke for two hours and every word spoken was taken in oy the farmers anxious to know something more about this arti cle which is now being used exten sively He pointed out to time farmers what soil food to buy and what they should raise He said the farmers of the United States waste annually 500000 by buying at a high price socalled fertilizers that their soil did hpt need He advised them where pie soil Jvc Mired it tp purcha 5 the phosphates ll U jiy qBhibCt1i nTtrogen by turning under qioverpeas and other legumes He said that the fertilizer business had been run on time patent medicine plan and under various names exactly the same cpm pouuds had been sold an4 no judg ment had been displayed by the far mers in selection The department has just issued a pamphlet by Prof Roberts on fertilizers and the subject is treated ex haustivcly Every framer may ob lain a copy of this pamphlcj by send a l card to the Kentucky Agricultural iEScperiment Station at L ton I L 4 exm i IN ERUPTION GAN Special to Tlie Fews lIAljLiElS April 12MouiitHEtna is in eruption again Great clouds of smoke are going out of crater and asides are falUug thick on the iMtr OJI1d gc rtry 5 I ON LEGALBUSINESS Mr and Mrs F L Bourns were in Winchester Monday en J gal buciHeqs Mrs Burfls was frerIy Mips i ary Cbiiroy of Mt Sterling t SUBSCRIBE fOR THE NEW Barretts photos are tilleAs silk beajp clofce study and will t41St jff 4 2 t1 i 1L E tiftHSCIYtCtE G1r WORK IN THE CITY CorrespontfM Wants the Women of Winchester to Get Busy ro the Kdltpr ot Thc ie Why doesnt Winchesterhnc a improvementf theCommerbeen doing Winchester wouldnt Took likethe same place What we want fe civi pn4 iii tiib individual so that he willnt only want to see the town boom but Will want to have his own immediate surroundings of business place or residence to look as spick and span as a new bonnet This sort of work has been done in other towns more by tie women than the men and it is up to the women of Winchester to get bisyftLet them organize for time work and offer prizes for well kept placesjnstcad of prizes for winners at FortyTwo Progressive Eu hre and that Sort foj a season and sob what thc esult will be Winchester April 12th tk lit p PERAIllOllSt 1 Lyman H In order to impressHoweIof Messina before its man H Howe will reproduce it at tIre opera house on April 19 The scenes reveal very brilliantly tIre art indus tries and architecture of the fatal city before it was laid waste in tin tvinkling of an eye The pictures life the veil from what is Jiow a city of time past and by doing so give ev cry spectator a more adequate con ception of the terrible havoc than would be possible otherwise The pictures showing the city immediate aftexthmeeart1mquake are even motC- iritensely interesting They lieidtua vast audiences in the New York Hip podrome spellbound They tell far more than could be possibly be told in any other way Time New York papers unanimously conceded Mr Howes exhibition to lie the most imircssiveas well as the raps entertaining that has been seen in America rNo moving pictures of any event ever revealed as much as these particular scenes in and about Mes jinal WANTED Young lady to take po sition as night operator at East Tennessee telephone office Must be over 18 years of age Call at Exchange C V BRIDWELL manager 4123t- FOiJIUi4 ladys humid bug on Main street Can have same by calling tthis office andpaying for ad ikaK 4123t FOR SALE Pure Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 50 rents per setting MR HENRY THOMAS corner E Broadway and Jackson street 2122t bscrln8 ForT 5 RCCRUITS BACK OUT Fort yfive Refuse Chilly Initiation Into Navy ofthe Lord St Louis April 12 While thou sands of persons struggled for points of vantage 80 of the 125 recruits for the Navy of the Lord a negro church were Immersed in the icy wa ters of the Mississippi river by the pastor of the congregation the Rev J B Barker who is called the ad miral by his converts The negroes after running from the water changed their garments in a nearby boilershop Fortyfive of the recruits turned their back on joining the navy when they felt the cold water English Immigrants Arrive New York April 12Fifty English mechanics unable to obtain employ miBpt nErglamirJaprived here with their families on the American line steamer St Paul Leonard S Reading spokesman for the party said We are all good mechanics and as a rule should get along best in our native land but there is no work for us to do there and we have come to America to become citizens The party isbound for the middle west 4 Live Wire Kills Three Montgomery Ala April 12Three negroes were electrocuted at the plant of the Montgomery Light and Power company by coming In contact with live wires They were stringing a small wire for telephone use and in giving a long swing to get kinks out it was thrown against the trans- miSsion wire forming a short circuit The dead are Will Davis Robert Padden and Jim Lett Carriage Factory Burned Seymour Irid April 12The Ahl br rid carriage factory was burned Lois 450000 partly covered by insurance The cause was spontaneous combustion in the paint department Thebusihess will be resumed in other quarter If you have backache atid urinary Irojuples ybu should take Foleys Kid ieyReme ly to strengthen and buildup the kidneys so they willact prqpertjy as a serious jddrfBjr trouble ayd verpp Sold by aU druggists 7 e 1 T t f TLlASSIfTf COLUMN If you want to rent a honnjV If you want to buy a hotoe If YOU want to in mre your homc tg FOR SALE Cheap graphopfeow and about 30 records also large- Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19If- WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEI still build ilkof wire fence L in the market for tame write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 i 1lva fr jiJJ FOR SALE Old papers for sale at this office 216ti- WANTEDTo take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65- 4311lino FOR SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 315lmo OR SALEEggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home plioue 311 317lmoV JUNK DEALERChias Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo STRAY COLTtraed intonnyjiv ery stable No 15 Ye t Washing ton street a yearling Horse colt bay long tail and mane BIRL TURNER V3i7tf WANT At once good rehinbie boy to learn the printers trade Apply to this office 327lf FOR RENTNcw6rooni cottage on College street with gas water and bathrooms Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College sce- t323eodtf LOSTPocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Re ward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325tf FOR SALE Plymouth Rpcteggs 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 2Ji4L4z FOR SALEBlack Langshan eggs at five cents each NAPOLEON BARNES Winchester Ky route No6 329lmo FOR SALEEggs from Perfection S C White Leghorns 75 cents per 15 Also eggs rom thoroughbred Single Comb White Leghorns 50 cents per 15 Brown Leghorns also Prewitt Browne 23 East Washington Street 325lrno BRIDGE JUNK SHOP No 26 N Maple street wants your beef hides rags iron metal and rub ber Will pay market prices for all good J W IIISEL 41lmo BEESI make a specialty of band ling bees and artificial swarming transferring etc Be glad to have your patronage CHARLES P GRAHAM 10 N Maple street 47lmo LOST rBetwccn Providence church on iBoonesbofo pike and J A Hughes livery stable in Winches tel dark overcoat with blacksilk muffler and gloves in Pocket Re turn to this office and receive reward J 473 WANTDPaintcr firstrclass none other need apply PRANK ROY 318 North Main Strect46U WANTEDolt iiirhandlc CHAR LIE VANMJBTER 48Gt FOR RENTu0sefr renton Ma pIe betwcen Boone jand Hickman streets Apply A H SYMPSON 41ou- ECS t SALErEgg f fe Hhode J4 land feds pss qcasb lvf r or fQ per hundred c T PES itt Sterling R K No J I 7 ff f tt j