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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iraiffllM" 1 ' NEWS 2 CENTS A COPY; the next thirty ix to forty-eighours," continues the bullettin, "with the line of freezing lempearture extending southward to the nilf and South Atlantic coasts and to northern Florida." The storm that is now over the Upper Lake region will move down the St. Lawrence Valley daring Monday, attended by snow in the region of the Great Lakes, the upper "Ohio Valley, the interior of Xew York and Xew England; it will be followed bv clearing weather elsewhere east of the Mississippi river during Mondav The next distiubancc of importance to cross the United States will ap- p ar in the far west Mondav or Tuesday, cross the middle west Wed nesday or Thursday, and the east ern' states abont Friday. ht VOLUME 7; No. 61. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JANUARY I, 1912. II CENTS A WEEK ' BEN BURGHY r- SEN HeM Over I TO JAIL Ma- r I. to Grand Jury For Fails to ddens Cutting ef $200. Give Bond r Ben Aniburghy, coinmonly known in Police Court Saturday night on a charge of maliciously cutting and wounding Dick Jordan, in a fight in the North End recently, and was held over to await the action of the grand jury under a bond of $200, in default of which he was sent to jail. Both men arc white. as Ben Burghy, was tried went to his residence which is about LAST SURVIVOR fifty distant. He felt sure thatj With the beginning of the next the money was safe, but it could notf school term to organize school imbe found. This was a mystery to provement leagues in each district, REST all the family, and they deemed it much has been done without gone forever. much more can be done by After several weeks, his wife, had thoorugh ogranizatiou a confused dream, and after sleeping Mr. Stephen Holladay, Last Member JXO. L. BOSLEY, for some time, she again dreampt of Large Family Is Buried Mon- about the money, and ivhere.it was. President School Improvement League. After daylight she looked under the day Morning at Pine Grove. steps to the surprise and joy of the It m e tn l,lc t i Voul "01lara "as The funeral of Mr. Stephen Holla- - ilamll in the same, paper. BURLEY day, who died Saturday, took place found Xews Year's eve. 1911. Monday moming-a- t ten o'clock at his JOHX W. MURPHY. late residence near Pine Grove. a "consummation wished." devoutly to lie JURISDICTION OF GOV. M'CREARY FOR TERRELL LAIDJO COMMERC E COURT .Conflict With The Interstate ComSu- In Race For Speakership, Neverthe- mission Grows Daily So Acute preme Court Must Step In. less Schoberth is CenMent Victory tf a Brown May Withdraw. Ai- -- COMPROMISED One of Largest Suits Ever Brought In Clark Circuit Court is Compromised. The services were conducted by the Rev. Richard French. The remains were buried in the family cemetery. The following acted as pallbearers: Messrs. T. L-- Holladay, E. P. Holla-daTom Jones, M. W. Holladay, L. S. Holladay and D. F. Holladay. NEWS DEMOCRAT CHANG ES HANDS Washington, J). C, Jan. 1 Tt; straighten out some of the kinks in the puridiction of the new commerce court and the Interstate Commerce Commission wiil be cue of the first tasks to confront the Supreme Court of the United States ihen it convenes Monday, January 8. The conflict is growing daily more y, acute. The decision of the court is. 1 Mr. Holladay, whose grandfather largest 'suits ever was a Revolutionary .army soldier, J. and W. A. Berry Buy Plant brought in the Clark Circuit Court, was the last member of a large And Will Affiliate With Democrats that of the Burley Tobacco Socie- family. COUNTY SCHOOLS ty against the Independent Tobacco Paducah, Ky., Jan. 1. By the Manufacturers, was compromised sale of the iPadneah last Saturday. N MASONS Saturday, the sole ownership of the When the American Tobacco SoPref. John L. Bosley, President of paper is traiisfened into the hands ciety bought 7. per cent of the 1906-0- 7 of John J. Rcrry, Who has been presThe Clark County School Improvepooled tobacco the remaining 25 ELECTjOFFICERS ident and general manager, and ment League, Files Report. per cent was sold to the IndependState Executive Committeeman W. ents and allotted to them upon an The A. Berry, of the local bar. A At the close of the Clark county agreed scale of distribution. n in a Lodge No. 696 Meets And Chose; Teachers' Institute held last August consideration portion of this the editorial Sunday morning, felicitata list of questions was placed in the purchasers refused to talw, nd the , Officers For The Year. ed itself on "coming out from under hands of each of the teachers to be Hurley Tobacco Society having recorporate control." and will At a recent meeting of thc'Elkiu, answered as soon as the facts could sold it for a less price, sued the Inits adherence to the principles of DeJ and A. M. be secured. dependents for the loss. The Inde- Masonic Lodge Nomocracy. It will he operated absothe following officers, were elected: reThe most important questions pendents claimed misrepresentation lutely independently of all former A. A. Shaii), Master. lated to enrollment, average atten- in quality and also asked damage-o- n ties. X. S. Brooks'hire, Senior Warden. dance, causes of the ground that the Society was The purchase price, which was lien Dykes, Junior Warden. condition of house desks, heating, a trust. paid over Saturday morning, was not J. R. Lisle, Secretary. water, supply, library, pictures, By the terms of the compromise made public. J. J. Berry will conJ. T. Bush. Treasurer. premises, trees and yard fencing. to dismiss the Society agreed tinue as A. J. Brookshirc, Senior Deacon. Twenty of the forty-nin- e teachers its suit if S. in per cent Ealer Dykes, Junior Deacon. have reported including the graded interest of t lie Independents would C- M. Hall and X. M. Fisher, Stewschools Hunt and Harris Branchh. agree to waive their claims upon the SHOOTS ards. In these twenty school districts there the Sherman Law: 8(5 2 Tyler. W. J. are, 3,227 pupils of school age, an per cent ngreeu to tins settlement. average attendance of fifi8. and an TIic amount .in controversy was enrollment ofOOp. This shows that s ven.il bandied thousand dollars. but 34-- per cent of the children are The Society's attorneys were Pen- - JOHN P. BUSH And Then Dumped Him in a.Pond- iattending regularly. iSr Bush, of this city; T. illeton, Bush , "Thought I Would do a Good. Job The following schools have librarL. Edelen, of Frankfort. Senator ies, br'have funds on hand with Remarks. IS. DEAD , While At It,' of Ohio, and Col. John If '' : REPORT ON One of the Xews-Democr- at Xcws-De:noi;r- double-colum- - efexpected to have a fect upon governmental rate making. It may foreshadow the holding of the court in the famous "inter-mountarate ease," in which the commerce court and the Interstate Commerce Commission are at odds. The lattci case does not come before the court for consideration until February 19' One of the ticklish problems foi the court to decide is whether the commerce court has the powe rto review decisions of the eommision in which the complaining shipper is denied relief. The position is taken that the court can review the holdings of the commission only when the commission issues affiratives orders of relief to a shipper. In other words, that the court is open only to Ihe defeated railroad, but not to the in Ky.. Jan. 1. The KenLegislature will oonvene at Frankfort on Tuesday for what is expected to be an impirtant session. The Democrats, who adopted a plat firm at the last election for the flrsl time in 12 years, control h0th Houses and are pledged to several reforms. Among these are. the withdrawal of the prisons fronpolitics, revision of the tax system, adoption NEGROES FIGHT of the 'county unit, enactment of a road improvement law and the adoption of the direct primary. OVER WOMAN A joint caucus at which Congressman Oillic James of the First Congressional endorsed in the State primary, will be declared the And James Keys is Shot by Ed Lu- party nominee for United States cus And Lucus is Badly Cut by Senator, has not been called, though his election is assured. Keys. Frankfort, tucky ' di-tri- ct. editor-in-chie- f. defeated shippers. This question arose over the complaint of the Proctor & Gamble Company, of Ivorydale, O., relative to railroads charging demurrage undei demurrage' 'code" in Brtth the commission and the court held that there was in. jnerif in the complaint' lint objection was made that the court had no jurisdiction to jcivicw the action bt the 'Til nm mown court 'Mnmiriccinn -r i held it did have authority. the "uniform - SON-IN-L- AW private cars. anti-Tru- st 1-- Li-I- e, ( i 4 A which to buy one; Moorcsvillc, Locust Grove, Harris Branch, Sugar Ridge. Brock, Salem, Forest Grove, Hunt and Rutledge. 'Locust Grove, Miss Rosa Gouch-mn- n teacher, repufs oiled Poor, window shades, pictures, individual cups, clean cshool yard. Locknane, Mr. B. M. Shearer teacher, reports among other improvements, pictures of Washington. Franklin, Horace, Mann, Dewey, six American and six British poets. The. condition of desks is generallv reported excellent, black boards and najs fair, but with two or three ex-- c ptions water supply not what it should be, and a majority of the yards remains unfenced. One teacher reports that in order to secure attendance she had visited puthe homes of the pils and had urged the parents to send them but with little effect. Quite a number of trees were planted on Arbor Day. I have no information as to the literary features of the day but from other sources I learn that very interesting and helpful exercises were held at a number of tbe school?. It is to be regretted that a full report has not been made but from the information in hand I am percontribu-tions-r.to s iM.'.' i Was-He- r Allen, of Xexington. TAMPA 'CHURCH PASTOR r-i The Independents .were represcnt-- i ? cd by Jouett & Jouctt, of this city, Aged Man Expires at Torrent, Ky., and Ernest & Cassatt, of Cincinnati. While on a Visit to His Son. IS Death Was Unexpected i Mr. John P. Bui h aged 80 years, A PIOUS CITY died Monday morning at 9 o'clock while on a visit to his son, Mr. C. S. Bush, at Torrent, Ky. And Getting Better All The Time. Mr. Bush had b:en in good health No Arrests. Made Since Thursday forta man of his yars and the cause, of his sudden dea'.h is not known. of Last Week. Mr. Ward Bush, a son of the deceased left, Monday morning for Xo arrests of any kind 'have been to arranjie for the burial. made in this city since Thursday Torrent The body will be brought to this city night and very few, none of which in the Winwere for serious charges, have been Tuesday and interred cemetery. Complete funeral chester made since Monday, December 2o. not yet been era of good order and peace arrangements have If this made. continues', Winchester will soon be in The deceased is survived by four a class by herself and some class children: Messrs- - iO. S. Bush, Jesse it that. Hush and Ward, of this city, and Mrs. F. P. Garrard, of Boyd county. LEWIS M'CARNEY Mobile, Ala., Jan. 1. 'Arrested soon after the body of her Frederick Wasserlaben,. a policeman, had 'been found in a pond near the western city limits, Mrs. Mary T. Godau. Sunday night made a full confession of the deed- According to the woman the killing took place at the Wasserbalen home, after alleged insulting remarks had been made to her by Wasserlaben'A revolver. "I raised the pistol and, looking him straight in the face, pulled the trigger, she said. "I thought I would do a good job while I was at it so I pulled the trigger again." Later Mrs. Godau says she took the body in a wagon and dumped it into the pond where it was found.' son-in-la" IS KICKED BY WOMEN Rev. Mr. Kirkland in Scirmmage lowed By Fol- Six Arrests. Confined Tc Bed. Ky., Jan. 1. A char acteristic quarrel between two ne- irocs over a woman, accompanied by the usual altercation, Sunday afternoon, resulted in the death of Jame Keys, and the probable fatal wounding of Ed Lucus. The altercation occurred on West High street, near" the comer of West High and De Rootle streets. Keys was shot by Lucus, and Lucus was badly cut about the body, limbs and throat by Keys. When the police reached the scene of the trouble, they found Keys in a dying condition. He was taken in the patrol wagon to the colored depart ment of St. Joseph's Hospital, where he died a short time later from the loss of blood, caused bv being shot through the left lung with a revolver Tiiicas was later arrested by Detec tive Baker and Patrolman Tine McCoy and was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital in a critical condition in the nolicc ambulance., The tronlde occurred at 3:4.") o'clock in the afternoon, and no de tails were learned. Lucus admit ted that the trouble came np over a woman. Both men were laborers in the city. Kevs lived on De Roode treet, and Lucas, who has been ir Lexington only a short time, boarded Lexington, Caucuses Called for Monday Managers for Harry A. Schoberth of Versailles, and Claude Terrell, 6f Bedford, claim each will be elected Speaker of the lower House of the Kentucky Assembly Tuesday afternoon in the Democratic House caucus which meets at 2 o'clock. It U believed Wallace Brown, of Bards- town, will withdraw. The Senate caucus is to be held at 230 o'clock p- m. Governor McCreary said Sunday night : "In the beginning I dfd not intend to take any part in the Speakership race, but under the circumstances I feel that it will be best for the Democratic party and the ic ' ' platform for Mr.' Terrell to be elected Speaker. 'ThaV'is all I have to sav on the subject." Active in Schoberth'j behalf are Samuel Schacelford. EH Brownr Campbell Cantrill. Those putting in, their efforts for Terrell are Percy Haley, Justus Goebel, Rufus Vanr sant, Morgan Chinn, etc. Allic W.( Young, of Mt. Sterling, is absent. Rufus Vansant and Eli Brown held a conference Sunday afternoon which resulted in many rumors. Both claimed that the other had made a, proposition to withdraw their candiDera-acrot- dates. As for the Speakership race, it has been settled and even money is being !ct on Terrell and Schoberth. MINUTES OF COUNTY COURT VICIOUS ATTACKS MAN IS LAID TO REST Buried in A DREAM HE And Mrs.- Samuel - Rick P. Thomas, of Mt. Sterling, is Attacked by Dog, Which He Holds By Winchester Cemetery ES MONEY Berryman Finds Monday Morning. ces Held Funeral Servi- Throat Until It is Brained. suaded that the voluntary and other equip ments nave been larger than in any preceding year. Great interest has been manifested not only 'in the literary features of the .schools, but the County Board of Education, the patrons and teach ers arc deeply concerned abont the appearance of premises and and while the window arrangement of the building is not the best a steady improvement is marked. The number of socials and suppers given for tbe purpose of raising mon ey for the improvement of the equip ment, will have the tendency to make the school the social center, which is build-ingSj at Catholic Church. $44 Which hsd been given up as Lost. Mrs. Samuel Berryman, on Christ- , Mr. Lewis McCamey, brother of Mr. Wm. McCarney, of this city, who died Saturday at no.on, of consumption after having been in this city only ten days, was .buried in the Winchester cemetery, Monday morning at ten o'clock.' Tlie funeral 'services by Father Hillcnmeyer at were h:-lCatholic church. the ' mas morning, gave 'me tbo facts of ... Iter remarkabje. droaras. Mr. Samuel Berryman, her husband, keeps a store, and is Postmaster, of Right Angle, in Powell county. He is a man of honor, and stands well with ASSOCIATED CHARITIES the community and the government. Before closing bis place of busiThe directors of the Associated Xow bo snrc and date that cheek dolCharities will meet Tuesday after- ness, he counted up forty-fou- r "1912." noon at 4 o'clock in the Fraternity lars, and rqlled it up in a'small piece JDEA HUSTLE building. of paper. JJe shut 'tip the store and WINCHESTER'S Mt. Sterling, Ky, Jan. 1. While Rick P. Thomas was walking along Court street, he was attacked by a vicious black dog. and twice bitten slightly, once on the leg and once on the hand. Thomas grappled with the brute, catching him around tlu throat and held on with deathlike grip, saving himself from further injury. Mayor Samuels secured a hammer, and while Thomas held oq the dog's brains were beaten out by the Mayor. The Rev. It. in Patterson street. Tf Lucas sur E. L. Kirkland, kicked, he declares. vives ins wounds, lie will ha move.i by women members of bis congre- - to the county jail, and will later face rati' n, spent the afternoon' in bed a charge of murder before the Fayand six persons are under arrest as ette Circuit Court. Lucas is 27 years the result of a clash between fac old, and Kevs was about the same tion? of the First Congregational church Sundav morning. After the service at which the ON FOR A minister, it is stated, attacked a forpastor in connecticn with allegmer ed misaiipropriation of the church's fund, the Rev. Mr. Kirkland endeavBANKER ored to quell a controversy in which men and women had joined. It was then he was injured. His sermon was The Convicted New York Banker. on the subject. "If Christ lived today Who is Serving a Sentence in the would be a Socialist?" and his text sentence "My Father's was the Atlanta Federal Prison. Ilou-- e. is a House of Prayer but Ye Have Made it a Den of Thieves." 'Washington. Jan. 1. It was an nounced at the White House Sunday night tW.t the report of the army WINTRY WEATHER medical officers who have examined Charles W. Morse, convicted Xew York banker, serving a sentence in BE GENERAL the Atlanta federal penitentiary. does not warrant immediate inter ference by the President and the pardon will not be granted at this A Marked Change to Colder Weather time. Will Overspread The Region East GOOD FIELD FOR SUFRAGETTES Mississippi River. . of The The young ladies of Mt. Sterling Washington, D. C, Jan. 1. Win- will give a leap year dance Monday try weather will be general during liight. the greater part of the coming week, All the expenses of the dance, ev according to a b'uletin issued by the en to the checking of the men's over weather bureau Sunday night: coats, will be borne by the young lamarked chanee to colder dies, who will call for the young "A weather will overspread the region men at their homes and take them to east of (he Mississippi river within tbe hall. . Trmpa, iFla.. Jan. 1. J. E. Lanter qualified as deputy Superintendent of Schools and as Treasurer of Beard of Education. J. T. Dykes qualified a sdeputy police. Dan Insko qualified as deputy po- MORE lice. TOO LATE TO CLASSffY WANTED Two copies of the Xewa of December 1!). Will pay ten cents each. Leave with C. C. Robbins, at this office. -lt Jews and Suicide. The Jewish World of London notes that a proportionately greater number of suicides occur among the 'Jew I England and In America than la t countries In "which the race with the harshest treatment. Thy Is said to be due to the fact that th Or thodox Jews of European coumriea look upon self destruction as crlmo no less abhorrent than Is Awarder. whilst many Anglicized Jew Are more lax in their adherence to teach ings of their fathers. St too VirtuousJEew. Probably the virtuasT m possess as a people Judged by hy ethical standard are as antipathMic aa our ylces. A .shrewd observer ce remarked that feellag there would be db in the East End of London If Jew only sot drunk like other decent people! Professor Goldwin Smith called as "an unassociable race." Jewtafc Chronicle. anti-Jewis- h is' T r ' .'5- "f J- ... , ' ; V; r f si-- wwse IB-I- ll MEWS --, Sent Main Street, 3o"W ?' Ol in w4 Wiflciiester, Kentucky. Daily, xcept Sunday. second-clas- "Entered as s matter, November 28, 1908, at the postoffice in Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." 31 friz,- 'I J Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mail. Daily, one year Six If onths One Month $3.00 1.50 .25 RATES: MATES: -- Payable in Advance. ABVEJmSlRf m limn, say 9m watk, fiti.. ...,..$ wk .J3 LOO eeatiMOMry wlwiir ho eestiafaoMly. 4 turn a weeks, three tiBK w week. ' tracks, two a week. . Hrtlcet Per Line: wta, tim 3.00 2.40 1.80 1.20 .75 oat tiaw a week. notices, body type. . vvm reading, nrvs keadinjr. . . 15o tbw eoatikuous insertions of eune rate. double the dAeeMeeVer Word. m tnwrtioi,, any editio lc .7c tai tt oka-iaj- sa ..... iaaertioBS continuously .. 2o three additional insertions. o Saa aakmdar o continuously. .10o tfaffciBf counted less than 19 words. No iteai charge ea books for law than 36 eeata. 1 piS 'I '! fl. i ' PATER REPRESENTED FORfOi.lGH ADVERTISING BY THE ,NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES y. -- iBMnzfttUllfiWe a j i. THE BURLETY POOL give for what is worth in thi -- issue a length' article by Senator fnmt!Brybn-ra'tb- e Burley Pool. amount, la addition to whatever of the 1911 crop is pooled up, in a manufacturing enterprise in Lexington, and in deciding whether or not one wants to go Into a pool of this kind the primary and Important question to he considered is whether or not he want 3 to purchase stock in this Company. Ordinarily I would say that for the farmer this would not he the best thing to do; but this is not one of those ordinary efforts by ordinary men who sometimes make haphazard and foolish attempts to do things wi;hout either money,' right counsel or the ability to meet and overcome the obstacles and difficulties which every new enterr-rlsof such niagni- tude and purpose is sure to encounter. Experienced Men at Helm. "The men who are at the head of this movement are men of large experience In commercial life and especially in the tobacco world. They are mostly men of great Individual wealth, not Inclined to be identified with failures, and with the start that this company has in a financial way I see no reason why the proposed factory would not prove a great success from the beginning. A farmer can now be come identified with the proposed manufacturing enterprise by pooling his farm for ten years; and when ho does this it means that during those ten years not less than 20 'per cent nor more than 50 per cent of the to bacco which he raises each year dur ing the continuance of the contract, will go as stock In the proposed fac tory. The remaining per cent of his crop he is at liberty to dispose of when, where and to whom he pleases. He also handles and prizes all of his own tobacco if he desires to do so. Time To Act Is Now. ""Of course when the proposed fac tory starts and begins to pay large dividends, as l confidentlybejieve that It will, there will- be a grand rush of to get in on slow doubting-Thomase- s they will then know o be the' what greatest money-makin- g proposition ever put up to the farmers of this state, and if the farmer could stay nut until the success of the enterprise is thus thoroughly demonstrated and then go in-- , on the same terms- - on . c . flj tagrlarge dividends, about or five rSfcaRHBnd'Hie dew of tears is scarce times a year, on five hundred million jvorth while (J500;000;000) dollars. A'ntf this, farm When Death has put an end to era. Is being done at your expense, mortal strife. Million. We speak kiud'words beside the open wer". . farmers, with jf Its fourteen hijndre tiff dollars' And offef "frf'tlie thousand 'VlMOoVoOoV In stocks, belongs to you. You organtoken, ized It and' cut up every dollar of When, for the lack of flowers and its stock, and last year. In its opera wards of cheer tion, you made nearly a half million It may have been tho gentle heart ($500,000) t dollars, and now what do was broken." yon propose doing with It? If you stay with it and see that it is honestly and l.ci us an m tlio ieiw lear see conservatively managed. It will. In my what we may do to avoid the pitfall-- ; opinion, be the most paying proposl into which we may have stumbled in tlon you ever had. But if you stand aioor ana cuss- and abuse It for a that which has just closed. Let ib season and then after a short tlmo strive to so live, as the late Bill Xyc forget that you ever had It, of criurse happily put it, that "when we come someone is going to take care of It to die even the undertaker will be or It Is evidently too valuable to be sony." Let us resolve, upon the disclaimed by everybody. If the farm ers of the rfurley district owned a threshold of the New Year, that we tank In with a capital stelr shall do our duty as we see it, that of a million and a half ($1,500,000) that we shall keep ourselves free dollars, and that hank was making busy, that we shall keep ourselve--fromoney as fast as the Burley Tobacco offense to God or fellowman Company Is, I am sure that you would want all your neighbors to know the and that we shall profit from tht fact that you were the proud posses mistakes we made in the dear old sors of some of the stock in that haulc year, "gone from the earth forever." and you would also know who man If we do so we shall close the book aged that bank and how it was man of lpl2 with far greater reluctance aged. Well, why are you not equally business-lik- e and sensible about your than we have finished the volume ol 1011 and we shall be happier and Burley Tobacco Company? better p'eople. Has Beaten All Banks, "There Is no bank In the state that FURS! has made 'as, much money as your FURS!! FURS!!! company has. In the same length of time, and placed on the footing where Will pay ypjt the Highest Casl its promoters are now aiming to put Prices for your Fnrs. It; there is no bank In the United J. W. HISEL States that will pay as well In pro Bridge Junk Shop portion to the amount Invested as' this No. 23 North Maple i Company will. It Is your company. Ijook to It and never lose sight if H East Tennessee Phona 215, Horn for a single minute. Under its char Phone 59G. ; tor Its management Is always subject to your will. In making these sugges tions I want to assure you that I have AGE IN COTTON FACTORIES no motive whatever, except to ad vance your material Interests. I am Death of Oldest Weaver In Lowell Reveals Bright Side of Operatives' not employed by the Burley Tobacco Lives. in any capacity whatever, and Society, I firmly believe that the farmer wlir A news dispatch tells of tho death has the wlddom' to Stay with this great In Lowell of the oldest weaver in that corporation which he has helped to city, a woman who was seventy-onbuild up will, reap large financial re-- , .years, ol , age ,an'd .was ,in, comfortable wards. Keep your eye on the farmer circumstances, but "who still' preferred" who stays with this company and on to work, in spite of her age. We call thisltfCUhe' the farmer fljo ,jWi$'hmjtobac(jo,J4j tnp 'loose icOTwaifrtousewa s?e iI is ahead. finfcSiciaHy. at 35 c en cottBfffactbi yearaw ade-Nearly-Half PALACE STILL STANDS EMPTY Erected In 1902 for French Audit Department, Red Tape Has Kept It Unoccupied. The Paris Matin J WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS I I PLEASE PAY YOUR ACCOUNT THIS WEEK. It s Ld SJ m 1902 the! government decided to create a special laudlt to of ncsnidp-tfonthq various posts was dfawii up. An aged reservist was appointed concierge of. a new building erected for the department in the Rue IjCambon. He was told to take charge: ta.t ;pnce. The building was not quite .finished, but within a month or two everything would be in order. Prqndly the. reservist took up his quarters in the vast unfinished palace. For days he walked through the immense building without seeing another human being. Fortunately he had taken the precaution to bring with him a kitten and a canary. For two years he saw xo one and heard nothing, although he received his monthly salary with military punctuality. In 1905 the architect rushed in and breathlessly remarked that a little furniture would be brought into the building and it would then immediately become a busy hive. The kitten had become a and cat when, in 1908 the concierge, wearied by the strain of waiting, complained to the department heads. He was soothed by a promise that everything would soon be right Finally his patience cam6 to an end, and he resigned his position. The empty palace, which was erected at a cost of $1,200,000, is still awaiting one or two slight alterations. It says that in t.v.i. tells a curious .' j . s iQ, , rv V. m ,5 is now time for closing the-year'- s hooks., . r . 1 Won't you call" and; pay 3"our account v; to-da- y.. 0 n 2 i It will be greats appreciated bv I gray-haire- d tired-lookin- g END SEASON BARGAINS DRAWING THE SOCIAL LINE William Dean. Howells' Snob Story From Wales About the Retired London Tailor. 1. One lot of Gl Overcoats sofd!: : and $15, go for NO. at $10, $12.50 S4.9S e 1 1 e hRS A SUIT OF CLOTHES the Hie somewhere.! JyAnd sol said the f rieod, possit)tef6Atfwom':iri tbfcnW tife: " trade of a weaver until she has passed it round th neck, eh? j J T :' disgusting.-- "A friend apropos of tl e! f omlng, said to the ex-t- or: " 'Will yoh call on him 'j I j i,' was the reply! "One must J "I lunched with William Dean Howells in his apartment in Half Moon street while I was In London last month," said a Chicago essayist. "Mr. Howells was as boyish and, gay as ever. He was as hard as ever on the snob. "He told me a snob story he had heard in Wales. He said that a London, tailor made his pllejand retired to a Welsh castle, whefb he set up as k squire. jj 4But the tailor had hardly got established as a" squire a. .London hatter retired and set up in a neighboring castle as a squirefhlso. it was NO. 2. Our entire stock of Rubber Shoes ?1 25 Rubbers price. 1.00 Rubbers 75 Rubbers NO. ' at one half .3c 3C 3. One mo special price loi of Corduroy Knee Pantssold for $1.00, i 35c , and $3.50, go for " NO. 4. One lot of Newbcrg Corduroys sold, for $3.00 . ...'.-j- . . -- $.f iot diaw NO.:- !you draw 5. ' ' SI-0- 0 .r ' TBre'eStrofeTars''arjdtCTirlt-lSTTOS?i'- SENATOR BYRON GIVES VIEWS ON THE BURLEY POOL The Former Legislator From Bracken Tells Farmers They Stand in Own Light. BURLEY COMPANY HAS ., OUTSTRIPPED BANKS Believes Doubting Thomases Will Regret Refusal When Too vt4 Late. JjjtlSenator w. A. Byron, of Bracken County; who Is an ardent advocate of the ten-yepooling plan of the Bur- iley Tobacco Society and who believes that In this plan, which carries with It the idea of manufacturing the tobacco Into a finished product, the Burley growers of Kentucky may hope to Bave . themselves from starvation prices, gives his views on the subject and points out how he views the situation as follows: "I have been asked bo many times what I thought of tho 1911 pooling plan proposed by the Burley Tobacco Society that I will venture in this brief article to give my opinion in hopes that it may be of use to some. at least, of my friends throughout the Vwirley district "To commence with, I will state a tact known to most", if not all, of yon, tha't the Burley Tobacco Company will, when all the 1909 pooled tobacco Is disposed of, have a capital stock of one million ($1,006;000) dollars. In the handling of the 1909 pool grading, prising. Insuring, etc. the Burley Tobacco Company, up to date, .has .BMtde about foer , hundred' th'ousand W.0W5) dollars, which amount, , added to Its capital stock, now gives that company a capital stock of about fourteen hundred thousand ($1,400,- e00) dollars! Now the proposition, .as I understate which he can, get .In now, my Jadvfce to him would be to stay out 'nh'tiT pven the small element of chance now 1, visible to' the naked eye of the abnori mally suspicious is entirely removed; but, unfortunately for 'him, he can not do this, for in common with most of his other experiences he must have faith and take some chances. It would be a very poor farmer indeed who would say I will not waste my seed to plant a crop in the spring, but will wait till fall and see what kind of returns Farmer Smith, who is so foolish as to take the chances of sowing in the spring, will get. No farmer is quite so foolish as to take this course In reference to his crops, but many of them are doing this very thing now in regard to their invest ment in the Burley Tobacco Company. I hear many farmers say that they don't-wan- t any stock In the company. Well, what hoots that? You already have it, and I am sure that you don't want to throw it away. But they say. 'We will have our money.' Well, you can get your money if someone will buy your stock and pay for it, but you well know that you cannot arbitrarily demand your money and compel the company to pay it, any more than you can go to a bank in which you happen to have, say, five hundred (J500) dollars' worth of stock and compel it to pay you hack the money which you invested in IL Why Doubt Management? "Again, some farmers will say, We don't believe that the corporation will he honestly managedhence we don't want any stock in It;' and many or these farmers will take stock in a hank and feel that they have done a wise and conservative thing, never worrying for a single minute over the possible and probable mismanagement of the bank's financial affairs. Yet the people who are managing the affairs of the Burley Tobacco Company are, to say the least, equal In Integrity, intelligence and general business capacity to the average bank-e-r in this or, any other state. "To show you that It pays to manufacture' tobacco .It. Is only, necessary to point out the fact that.the original stock of the American Tobacco' CobT-pany was fifty 1 million (SSe.MO.ftOfl) 1 , sonars. ajM from uiu . volume, stances; meM'eestisff'nV'fh'ri'iTHtf'Kf ,of' a man is eomputcd in tlio, Tniiff associations in ibusy, bustling weave "The Gold and Silver ,of Windsor shops, with their noise and lint and Castle." Whenever a royal Board's repirr;The wholesale price all the other unpleasant features, may at Windsor or Buckingham banquet palace i oE the. suit is $1(5.30 ; the selling-pricbe more endurable to a woman who .described in the newspapers the writds ?2Jl? which the.Board thinks is the has- cultivated the habit of industry er says, that "the sideboards were over a 'long'period of years than the adorned with the famous gold plate." average price an American citizen loneliness she would feel in a comfor- In point of fact, there are only three pays for a suit. table home with only such tasks to pieces of gold plate iu the Windsor "The fanner receives for the wopl take up her time and her attention as collection, two of them a small salver those necessary to light housekeeping. ten and inches in diameter in such a suit $2.23, and his .profit id The picture of industry, thrift and un- and a cup and cover nine and f (58 cents; the maufacturer of clol'h doubted, faithfulness that is shown in inches high, both dating from the receives for his product $4.78, and this brief news item from Lowell can first year of George IV, and it is a be duplicated in nearly every one of melancholy his profit is 23 cents; the wholesale the 'textile centers of New England, made from fact that the former waE a number of gold snufl clothing: dealer receives for his probut it Is the picture that is not so fre- boxes presented to the Duke of York quently duct .$1(5.50, and his profit is $2.18; terested held up to the view of the In- by various cities and by the Univeras the reverse of it. Nobody sity of Oxford. All the retail dealer receives $23, and his who has the welfare of the .operatives "gold" plate is really the rest of the silver gilt, and and that means of the industry Itself Mr. Jones' book brings out the curious profit is $0.50." at heart would desire that the disa- fact that most of the gilding, even of By a careful consideration of the greeable features be covered so that the sliver pieces that had been made facts above given it will be seen' that the1 world 'would think there was noth- a century or two earlier, was done by ing in them that should be improved. George IV's goldsmiths, Rundell and .1 material reduction on the tariff on but it is gratifying and in the Interest Bridge. London Times. wool there will be a reduction 011 the of truth besides to let "a" modicum of f American producer. The same re brightness reflect upon the: canvas on The Range of Vision. ' port shows that it cost only nbuut occasions. Fall River Heraldl Data have been gathered in Ger half as much to mnmifactuic cloth' many with reference to the distance in foreign countries as it docs in this BIRTH IN REGISTER SALT at which persons may be recognized by their faces and figures, says the country. The labor being about Novel "Certificate" In a Bottle Shown Scientific American. If one has good half as much. eyes, the Germans claim, one cannot to Pension Officer In recognize a person whom he has seen England. but once before at a greater distance THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW pensions' act has than 2o meters (82 feet). If the per Since the son is well known to one, one operation in It was George Dciiison I'rcnticc, been inin the Strand England, says a recognize him at from 50 to 100 may me Magazine, there writer who has been a great search for birth cer ters, and if it is a member of one's editor of the tificates, in order to enable those en family, even at 150 meters. Tho wrole: titled to its benefits to claim their pen- whites of the eyes may be seen at ''The year is gone sions. As the registration of births, from 27 to 28 meters, and the eyes And with it many a glorious throng more than seventy years ago, was not themselves at 72 to 73 meters. The' carried out as now. there has been a different parts of the body and tho of linppy dreams. difficulty 'in many cases in proving slightest movements are distinguishTts shadow is in caph heart,' .its mark the age of the applicants, and in one able at 91 meters. The limbs show at is each brow" and so forth, one of instance at least a certificate of an ex- 182 meters. At 540 meters a moving ceedingly novel character was present- man appears only as an indistinct tJie immortal poems' of American lited. At any rate, the local pension of- form, 'and at 720 meters, 2,361.6 feet, erature. And while it is "well to learn ficer said he bad never come across the movements of the body are no jj something from "the cold, dead one like it," and he was quite prepared longer visible. to take it as a proof of the age of the forms that .slumber there" and to applicant. When a child was. born In i Deduction. "scatter dead flowers over what lias this particular family a clear glass "What are you grouchy lahout?" "bottle was procured and partly filled passed to nothingness' it will be far young man who wears his with .salt; then the figures asked the hat over one eye. better for ns if we look ahead into forming the names letters and of the .child and " suggested Mr. "Your the. ney , year abandoning those ,'date 6f,birth were cut out of a news- -' Mildboy. manners things that profits us nothing, put I paper and pjaced' inside the bottle, be- "But you told me to make myself tno T"mt In Vizli rttTasf rtneltinn wltli f ting aside our regret for the things' - Dlece 0fwW and then more salt at home, in your office." "True. And I was merely sympawas careiuuy auuea 10 Keep mem in thizing that were not to be. with you. I am sure that with other orIt is better to give our love to the place. Sprays of flowers and cretonne, your aggressive style of speech and namental designs, cut from living than onr flowers to tho dead. were also tastefully arranged around your general lack "of repose your home life cannot be happy." Never was truer word speken than the inside of the bottle, and then the whole was tightly packed with salt, that expressed in the little poem sent and corked and sealed. It .was then Art and 8cience. us by a friend recently: placed In a prominent position on the "What a beautiful picture of aa rtHe, wbo withholds the sunlight of a dresser or In a corner cupboard, where angel!," said the lady who was visitit hasTjeen for more than seventy ing the' art "gallery. years. The white salt shows up the let"Tee," replied the aviatioa garden- -' ters' and, ornaments in relief, and the J5rom blossomsinj-IIope'"bU between you and aie whole 'effect, la novel and pleasing. those wlnct vraa'C TwarHml -7 --one-half li. Bug- - ''One lot of Soft Hats $1.50 Hats 2.00 Hats 3.00 Hats NO. 6. 5() Dozen Handkerchiefs go NO. . 75c f.0 -- at. 03c 7. one-hal- One lot of Smokine lackets sold for $7.50 must go.in this sale for 51 SI NO. 8. All Fancy Vests at one half price. Grey, Black, Lavender and Tan, sold for 10c, to be sold Friday and Saturday at.fg SOCKS us, we will save you money. Don't buy your Suit or Overcoat until you see : ZELLNER-BLOOMFIE- LD CLOTHING CO. ' (Incorporated.) Old-Ag- e old-ag- e Courier-Journa- l, THANK YOU! wish to thank my man friends and customers their liberal patronage in the past and solicit your further trade and 1 am now better prepared to supply 3'our wants than ever before. I wish you one and all a happy and prosperous New Year, I am, Yours truly, 1 1 foi. t X. STROTHER SCOTT, 27 Lexington Ave. and 48 Wall St ' V- TheNew Depositor Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attrit- - ion and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve you tW. we may preva , ,, . t the quality of onr banking, service,- We invite yon to call and see us. ' Citizens National Bank Hear Corner Ifflia and Snath Court Street. s Coft 'Beatx Winchester, Ky. Or " - --r r V 11 fct" ' SSL , . 4 - v.-.- " . , ' -- . ijr- - ;r- - . , ' 7 , 1 R -- V . Jf if? 3 "Z I s Si . WTg&ii Wi SW WM. n,., r IS Of! Si Jgf ' -- , 't -- 35 " I For yeaiv I suffered v'pcakable queen's English always feela aa K got the body under tho sofa. It's W He kaowaK an aUack returning. doesn't matter what Wis or wW ft deesj ho ray live like a stteC . wrlle jike an axcL-- asi tat omitted from his coffversatle eWr. week Mm at the lasC-- Maj A man'ho hasC,once'iurteKl-Mii- , e t'l -ir,-r'C-H- 'j... tf' rt x ijB ' JEWELER A . ' ' t yJ i 'r"''B"B 'r'TW C. '' ;5 (Si O !" J. yf If is- 4 i Mr, AViil Jones has resigned his Leaves Tuesday position' with the Patterson-Finne- ll Mr. T. Y. L. VanMeter, Who at home for the holidays, wilL Shoe Company and accepted $ posi-'fio- if with Allan & Murphy. Mr. leave Tuesday for Big Stone Gap. Clarence Bean will fill the vacancy Va. left by Mr. Jones. 3Ir. Vanifeter is general superinMr. and 'Mrs. S. P Scobee, of County Con-- ( tendent of the Clark which is now Xionisville, spent- from SatiriUay unstpictjou Company, liildinp a complete system of' turnf til Monday with his siter,'Mrs. X. T. . pikes for" Wise county, W. Va- - This Benton, on Alabama street, of this ' comity1 reteutly made an appropriacity. Mrs. Fannie Reese, of Mt. Sterling, tion of $700,000 with which to covei spent from Thursday until Monday highthe county with a net work of with Miss Lizzie Scobee. ways of travel. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scobee and t) children, of Mt. Sterling, and Mr. and Eegant Dininfl i .Mrs. Ckls Htil., of Iledges, spent 3Ir. and ilrs. Ben Duckworth Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Sunday with an clejranl Benton, of tilts' city. dinner at their beautiful country Mrs. Martha Morris and daughter, home near Pilot View. Louise, of Mt. Sterling, spent the The dinner consisted of turkey and week-en- d Columbus Mrs. with everything that goe5 with it to make Thompson. dinner all that it a Bliicgra-;- ? Miss Bertha Botts, of Owings-vill- c, for. TJie guests were: Mr. is visiting 'her sister, Mrs. G. F. and Mrs. Frank Coachman and chilWycoff. dren; Mr and Mrs. IJilcy Gordon- Mrs. II. L. Henry and two children-returne31r. and Mrs. Phil llodgkin md ' Mr. i .1! Monday from ajvisit to her II. .Quiseirbcrry. mother,' iMrs. Lee Ratliff,! at Cai lisle. Monday Mr. .Mrs. C. C. Hobbins jha- - returned from a business trip to Louisville. Twin a ten davs' visit to friends and Mr. Stanley Talbott, o 'Louisville, ' 'rclAivcs1'fn,Boui)on.'.' ' ipent' Sunday night and" Monday I'M')- - Miss Kathtrinc IT. Robb IcH with' his parents. ''3ir. "Talbot I will "feavc TucVda.v 'nio'rning jfoi; Coving-- , ?.bb at ,ilXieluiiaftillo ton. on business. t Mis? Robb will, cute jtain at G o'clock ifatlden have Mr. and Mrs. O. J. dinner in honor of her guest. relumed, f rojh a visit tofricnds and J A . '.'jilrs: Henry Dickerson has rcturn-JiII ' r'hdtvc in Lexington jand Loujs.--; .. ... .,, a weeu s vimi wnu reiauvc- - ville. j ' eniroui and 'friends at Olive Hill. and-BuShepherd a'l'tei 'me." For dvpnepsia, indigestion. Dr. J. A. Swnoden was a(t Richj i1 spending a week with Robert and! mond and Paint Lick, Monday and Louise Covington, of Richmond, re jaundice and to rid ,the system of, kidney poisons that cause rheuma- -' 1jjfesday, on business. i turned home Monday. ' JIr.Rohtfe'l.aon,"or Mt. Sieiling. tism, Electric Bitters 'has lio Try them. Every buttle is guarthe East Tennessee' Telephone was1 in this city, Sunday. Only 30c at anteed to satisfy. Company. The Winchester Drug Company. Mr. E. W. .Floyd, of Paris, wa SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY. here Sunday SAVES TWO LIVES. f Mrs. C. V. Bridwell ha! returned from a pleasant visit to Shelbyville. "I want to thank- - you from the "Neither my sister nor myself Mr. antl Mrs. Jeffries Goodwin, bottom of my heart,' wrote C. B. might be living if it had not who have been locuted in 'Louivilhy Rader, of Lcwisburg, W. Va., "for been for Dr. King's Now Discovery" have returned to this city, where Mr. the wonderful double benefit I got writes A. D. McDonald, of Fayette-villGoodwin lias accepted a position from Electric Bitters, in curing me X. C, R. F. D. No. 8, "for we of both a severe case of stomach iwith the Martin Drag Company. both had frightful coug'Iis Mat no from , Mi?s Margaret Bean, attractive trouble and of rheumatism, other could 'help We were told my Miss Jenny Judy Ratliff, which I had been an almost helpless visitor of consumption. 'She, was It suited sister had will leave Tuesday for .her home in sufferer for ten years. very weak and had night sweats but my case as though' ma'd'e just for Danville. yiur wonderful medicine complete U ly cured us both. It's the best I ever ned or heard of." For sore lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup, bronchial whooping cough, all troubles," its supreme, final boit- -. tic free. 50c and $1. Guaranteed by The Winchester Drug Company. haf--lice. "i" I P :L;L VHbW ' fH . '" '" : ifJ'f LI ' M ","mgrtffil.n7l J2E!; . .... JA WW . IC - M ', L -- " M nm . f ,'ViWf . : - A t ta. " ; I , tl I'.'."""I. . J - i 1'i ' ' f I X PTY A JLI X X " ' ' ; ' - . j T ',u,V' "' ' - - ' ' " 4! ' ' f . rf Hf ' ' ri 'ft'-wj ':"- ' ,, ' r' . ' -, . I hon and Hver troishle." wrote A. K. veteran :it Erie, P.i.. I fixed. "btj)r.! Ivm.Nc-.- Lile-PilThey are aiaiply Iln all right cieat." Trv them for anv &toiu- -verorldclney trouble. Only v ,A 5.! 'A I t ' t1 2o cents at Bra- The. Winchester - Companv. tc . -. . i 1 V y The nicest nnd -Brown-Proctona " most J Poor Day for Theater Paris newspaper bas'beea dlrert ing iUelt with specnlaUons as to tk smallest receipts ever taken 1 at! a. theater bos office. The record at" Comedie Fr ncaise is thought to fca A . .4 v -t- Pharmacy ta The SMJsaraK way. On 'J that day the receipts we l I Further Reduction ..;; '- :: - in 1'! w 'J; ' i. .. 5 The past has been good-th- at we knew you. May the New Year bringr you increased prosperity and happiness and;ujs your continued confi dence and good will. iff, Suit Department GRUBBS HARDWARE, & BEN TON WINCHESTER, KY. STOVES ARD IMPLEHERTS. Cor. Main and Broadway MMMWhTTrrT V; ' il iT"" IT"" ... h I BOYD ' : i MM MM J. S. SKREST.-'Sij'bretary. January 15th,l(3th, 17th, lS.th19thnjjpth, 1912. Write ior premium list. Will hold thJs ilrst show at Ashland, Kentucky, Pi , .. i 1 , .1 '. f t i i i i. 1. 1 - ' r ,1 fl JJU . . . sh . eq-ual- to-da- y, e, train juntil a late, hour' in the inoriw' .i were ing. The passenger of Xd. Quinmnioni taken on No. 1 from whicl! eoiVsolillated with' Nd. at Charlcstton. No. 5 resumed its regular run, leaving Charleston one hour ami twenty-fiv- e late. An investigation of tlie accident shows that Samuel Pulley, watchman for this bluff, had just made his trip over the sfcene of the accident ant, when the slide occurred he was from it and could not signal the, approaching train, tq prevent . the accident. ' t !i in. STOMACH DISTRESS Gas and Sourness Vanish What's the use of always feeling miserable just beeause your stomach isn't behaving itself? Don't you know that scores . ot thousands of people have changed bad stomachs into perfect working ones by the simple method of swallowing one or two little stomach tablets after each meal? is compounded from the MI-O-N- A .MI-O-N- A some-distanc- e THIRTY-TRE1 E YEARS AGO 18 degrees below ; Thermometer formula of what is probably the best prescription for indigestion and upset stomach ever written. Phillips' Drug Store guarantees it. in all colors,Bl&ck.Blue,Brown, Grey, Mixtures, Serges, Broadcloth guaranteed all wool lined with Skincer Satin, worth up. to $35.00, now. Choice of any Suit in the store . Matt Madigan sworn in as deputv marshall. Triplet ts born Hez Ervin. to Mr. and Mis WIRE FENCE. The time is here for ypu to look after your fencing. We have one 'oi the most It relieves distress in five minutes, but better still, it removes the cause of misery in a few days. Large box 50 cents at Phillips Drug Store and druggists every where. ' C'laibc Lisle returned from South Carolina. FURS! FURS!! CURS'!! U complete lines that was every carried in all Mnds of steel and wire fencing and we will eive you as good a price as any one else. Be sure and see our line before vou bu' BOTH PHONES at BOTH .' STOREgS Will pay you tlie Hfgncst Cash Married, ,S. T. Olwcn aiid Sarah E. and' Moll'ie K. Prices for your Furs. Watts; Clifton Webb PASSENGER WRECKED Parado; J. L. Lisle and Martha' J. W. HISEL Palmer; James Ballard and Ella Bridge Junk Shop Richmond, Va., Jan. 1. (Special) Gordon. No. 23 North Maple st. At l:"7 Thursday morning No. East Tennessee Phone 2Lr, Home Skating fine. passenger, known as the ChesaPhone 536. peake & Ohio Special, running beNona Wilton is visiting Miss Clay Only the purest and freshest medtween Old iPoint and Cincinnati was ' . icines on sale at the wrecked, 'when it ran into a Jslidc of Prcwitt. Pharmacy the store of quality, dry shale, llic scene of the acciWheat, 73 cents; corn, $2 a barrel; , dent is a curve just east ot MeKer dree, W. Va., and lheV?.'A isnsistcd Rye, 40 cents! per bushel. w- - How to Steep. of scaly rock dislodged by wet most natural 'and restful posOdd Fellowsr liavu voted to buy weather springs and slidings to the ture when sleeping is to lie flat on the ' west bound track. .The passenger' monument: chest, lower limbs, perfectly straight, one arm being down by the side, the train was running af a speed of thu, Clint Fox becomes sheriff. other thrown up slightly over the miles an hour when it rail head, race turned to either side. Use i into the .slide causing the engine to no pillow. This will help greatly to Social hop at the Reese House. straighten the shoulder? and give be partly overturned and derailing restfuldreamless sleep. tlie mail and express cars, shaking Lucy Hart, sister of Dr. Hart, the passengers but none of the pas--1 dead. U sengers were injured. Engineer Wm. J. Dunn, f Hintoiij C. S. Moore and James Oden left W. Va., was instantlty killed, while for Pittsburg with two car loads ofJ fireman L' E. Terrell, of IlunUngtoln, catfle. was sligttly burised. TMMttHJIHWrET-- & The wreck delayed the' west bound indlredT 'Cattle' 'tut- nSc "'" si in. U I L- i- CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ll-18-4- Brown-Proclo-r- ia - ty-fi- - WIND Elks; Main Strei CLOAK & SUIT CO. (lie. A. M. DOME, Manager. WINCHESTER KT. ing Both Phones 364, . " i r'" riinh nri'in i rirm ' 'I i tua new f mm. tftr uuiiiim in -vi i i rur In iM compart fsfln; information. In S n rfttmnr "-"- -- 1912 Edition e?ia ja I"-""p- " REAL ESTATE. CUM le CM 4" 1 i .After He Has Slain Farmer; AS- I "u wiUit.. a naunaj Vw-- j hW,PP l$i;iV?&AlZj& a?.T7'f?f: w3 flrtl acturatr partlcn'ar of lb Cotistpw th election. cen t ta:iti-tnromiMrionv rcrlyrnrlt0 the Panaau 1'anal. ma: kit. inn. increase in iricw of;plt arriil achievements, imparts. rot of linns tifl r.e. p!or t i.., jlton inJ innorations of 1011. wars, international (rreatf tii:?n?aJ eitaU. :s?iefnenct atjf otiti tate-t.- 'ntreannjpoprtla-Jinirbvith . f the lnl:e! manlci--1 jmk! rm. ,.f ..K.r!. S:le njrM'3i! rrrrHa. xirtins recorja. lit if. I2N sad ci;a"4iirc. weaC" fartcatiw rr."ti;.j. lrlf. f rateable and later roaiptrtr uMoitf Ubrtry jwlon .f Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or rent. A specialty ,of sales. V BLOOMFIELD & CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ward far a stafk Mvtofc 2e a ward (or tferaa Mm lfr i H ; I Okla.. Jan. of a white. farmer living near Muldrew, twelve miles east of here, and a tnibsequent assault on Mrs': Casey, a negro named Turner, was taken Sunday morning from the jBasey home where'Iic lay in a drtmk-k'- n stupor and hanged. Turner, to reach Muldrow, had rialroad alolcn an Iron Moiintr-'ill gin c from the ronndhoie at Ark., on Saturday evening jjid driven to Muldrew, Okln., where it' was derailed by the station agent, Who had been .advised of its coming. Jnrner two miles further n, reached gasey'shbmc at which he applied pl&d ffo'iultni.-.sion- , pleading, that he half frozen. (Mr. Casey let him Has fnHo sit by tlic fire and returned to r it is declared, Above is Miirdercd'Casey as he lay asleep, handomc he 'had stolen in church, as ijsing, an axe pletcd. ,The teei'dij .entry .'way rtn'd then Mrs. Casev. l.-- For I r Yan-lurdcn, bed.f-rfitciVTurneover-pp&'pi- jed ' aSllisawka. "inireMile ani o?i3:r-- e. orders. Indo-triM;ijinE. debt! uf world, banking. ccet tcniey. tats, irwtrar.re, T.::tial parties. icarwajs deforces anj orfctifs. club, liut-- i 'iiffrase antl IfaTli. lO.OtMl Oliirr I'nrt nnd I Inures t'p o Dale j( trr day an.l tahw lo eterybody. man, No merrhant. farmer, laborer. hiwine bu4neM uooian. school oj or vtuuJ nmewiTt or Sirl shonlJ te witlicut a copy of Hie valuable. 1912 rfff.-cir- e tolume cf n.efnt infomution, I'rise 25r. I Yet of Buffalo and lMtsburgi. 30c) Mj Tim Xew York "World. Nc Addre ICc tsall. York. ra trnatK relom t!j na:inn. amif axl navM cf Auditorium Bldg. W ia;el N tertians. Vic a wortf fir aaca tUMmtt la--. ssrtloa. i 10c a par BMflta. Scattered htnrtloM. Is par vari par kiurUM. .ii.f,.(latMag (nurtai far laaa Ikaa fta caats. SisfalRf eaargatf aa aaakr , far iac than tS eaah. WM-t- - i; ; AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK. v Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Admission 10c, Skates free. TRACY AND STOKELY ! I Skates Night 7 to 10. 15c. Admission 10c, FINE FARM FOR SALE 145 acres; 10 miles from Winchester, on good ike. Has good residence of 9 rooms; all necessary outhuildings; one tobacco barn 14 lx 5G; one tobacco barn 44.C0; good stock barn; black smith shop, etc. Has gcod young orchard; well fenced and watered; most all tobacco land; in fact, there is no better. farm in Clark county and an ideal home, being in one of the best neighborhoods and close to school and church. Price right. J KILLTHE COUGH IandCUREtkeLUKQS Particular attention to Ladies. Beginners taught free from 10 to 12 A. M. 1 :'tHHpp et, surest cure for burn, wounds, bruises, boils, sores. It soothes and FURS! FURS!! the FURS!!! Highest Cash Will pay you wnHDR.KiNG'$ NEWDiSCOIRY fOUGHS HD AIL THROAT AHD LUNG TROUBLES Bloomfield 6c Ratlif f Props D. B. SCOBEE, Mgr. GUAPANTEED SATSFACTO.QY 1MH0 PralSta .D. r. r tatvs 0.F1TCB .. , Off MOI!Y REFUNDED. Mtt fchowu the picture of the on the corner of Maple stree.t and time yet will be needed before the Central building is ready for habitation. new Baptist Lexington avenue, it will look when com- The outside work on the church is building is being erected practically completed, although some Int. CuMn RWDJIi WESTBOUNT Lv. Quicksand, TABLES LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY No. 11 No. 3 Daily Daily a. m. p. m. 1:25 5:05 5:10 1:50 1:57 if r it the black fell asleep Mrs. Gasey made her way to Mnldrew in her night clothing and told of the crimes. A posse was formed quickly and found the negro sleeping as Mrs. Casey had described him" DEATH IN ROARING FIRE Clark County National BANk Establish a4 Office in ifcEIdowney Building BOTH PHONES may not result from, the woik ol heals. Drives oft skin eruptions, ulfirebugs, but often cvere burns are cers or piles. Only 25 cents at caused that make a quick need for The Winchester Drug Company. Bncklen's Arnica Salve, the quick- FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will IMS Lo 37 Pair nose glasses on street Return to C. C. Robbins, this office and receive reward. . 3t Prices for your Furs.. J. W. mSEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st WANTED Ky. . . 1 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers Jackson, Ky 0. & K. Junction Torrent, Ky Campton, Juct., and Collection: Traders Solicited; on All .. Our Cbanks and Greeting 1911-19- 12 S! p pay you the Highest Cash Phone 506. Vices for your Furs.. ' M, J. W. H1SEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Homt ll-18-4- Athol, Ky 5:35 Beattyville Juct. Ky 6:03 5 6.-2- o .oo East Tennessee Phone 590. ' Phone- 215, Ilotm ll-18-4- CABINET Clay City, Ky. L. & E. Junction . . 7:51 'Winchester,-- Ky. . . 8:05 Ar. Lexington, Ky. , , 8:50 9 ... .. 0:43 2:51 3:12 3:30 4:05 Mb Pc:nts. 4J7 4:50 $350,000.00 55 (7 :2( I , ,Ulc mant you lo accept our hearty Wanks and? appreciation for your patronage, and hope for your continued good will. 'V has many good things in store for you, and may it be one of "; Cbe new Year 5 Only 'registered pharmacists haiir a. die your perswiption atthe Ab?o)jitc ac.Pharmacy... curacy guaranteed. The. store of Brown-Hioctori- EASTBOUND .v. Lexington, Ky IORNING Rtory ht my window satisfies mc more than all the metaphysics or books: Walt 'Whitman. - Winchester, Ky. L. & T3.- - ... .. ... .. No. 2 No. 4 iDailyj Daily p.m. a. m 1 :!fi 2:17 2 :35 ,8:0i 8 :1S quality. ' Junction ' DR. SAM CAYWO 3D, DENTIST 2nd Floor McEWowney B!d, OHlct Fhonu Mi E. Tcsl J a to exchange thirty-si- x in the II.Tan Gasoline Enshares gine Co-- , for shares in the Burley Tobacco Co. I'Ji:tve no advantage of yen. I have never seen a statement of cither f them. T. C. Robinson. 12-30-- 3t FOR SALE or HIRE A team and '' wngon.'-IIomphone 759. e 12-29-- - FOR. RENT in. Five room'cottnge near Apply to Judge J. 11. Evans; Eourj I 29 tol2,ltS 'Banc , r peace and gladness, and may yourJoys multiply as your ycarsincrcasc. OF HISTORY A HUNGARIAN CURIOUS BITS HERO. Etoppk Wisdom Is than when we uoar. ofttimes' ' nearer when Wordsworth. .... wc . SMALL CAKES. ,;'. u. may the Sun of Prbsperify bless your efforts in crcrv direction. Wishinsr ran By A. W. MACY. a most it i9 fg happy and prosperous New Year, am, Yours truly, KTinciwter, HcntHcKy Hutsell wish you a happy and prosperous New Year and extend thanks to one and all for past favors. Trusting- our efforts to please, will merit a continuance of your patronage. We - Hungary boasts cf several national heroes, but none of them has a finer record for bravery than Miklos Zrinyl. He fought many a battle in behalf of his country, but the supreme hour of his life came at the close. On August 5, .1506, with 3,000 gallant followers, he took refuge in the little fortress of Sziget, and defended it against a great Turkish host, led by Suleiman, the Magnificent in person. For four weeks the siege went on, the Turks furiously assaulting the little fortress again and again. Finally, on September 7, the little Hungarian band, or what was left of it, led by Zrinyi, rushed out upon the Turkish host, determined to cut their way through or die In the attempt. They died, every man of them, Zrinyi the first of all. But It was an expensive victory to the Turks, for it cost them twenty thousand lives. (Copyright. 'M1 by Josep V Borates.) In some parts of Syria the peasants Human Sacrifices Still. believe that doctors and druggists have a right to kill one man and one woman every year to make medicines out of their bodies. A druggist whose establishment was boycotted because he was thought to have tried to murder a boy, brought suit against the boy's parents for their Interference with his trade, but he received no damages, as it was recognized that the adults were believers In the old superstition. Fad of Shoe Collecting. A girl in Radcliffe college has an In teresting collection of shoes or slippers from every country tn which she has traveled, including the gold and silver slippers of Russia, the patent leather of Germany, the embroidered slippers of the Tyrol, and a large collection of wooden shoes. These little cakes arc always seasonable to serve witlj a cup of. tea or cocoa or an ice. The housewife has a supply of these cakes Is ' prepared to serve a light repast Jon" short notice. Lady Fingers. Beat the yolks of s six eggs until thick, add of a cup of powdered sugar and continue beating. Add the grated rind of a lemon and the whites of the egg? stiffly beaten. Cut and fold in a cup of flour sifted with a half teaspoon ol salt. Drop on a buttered sheet, using a tablespoon and spreading two lightly together to form a fingei. Cream puffs or eclairs are not difficult to make- - and. the fillings may be varied, giving a variety of cakas. Cream Puffs. Melt a half cup ot butter In a cup of toiling water. Let it boil, then add a cup of. flour, all at once. Stir and cook until it leaves the sides of the pan. Take from the fire, cool and add three eggs, one at a time, beating hard after adding each egg. Drop by spoonfuls on a buttered sheet and bake thirty to forty inin-uteTest them by lifting .from the pan. If' they seem light they are done. When cool split at the side and remove the soft doughy mixture bewhipped filling. Sweetened fore cream Is used for filling or a chocolate sauce and the top is then brushed with chocolate. Sand Tarts. Cream a half cup of sugar and egg, two cups of flour, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder, , a fourth of a teaspoonful of salt. Roll and cut with a doughnut cutter, sprinkle with sugar mixed with cinnamon, and decorate with three halves of almonds, placed equal distances on the tart. Bake eight minutes. Creoles. Beat three e,ggs and a hall of brown sugar, a half teaspoonful of s of a cup of flour, salt and a few grains of cayenne and a cup and a half of pecan nuts. Fill small fluted patty pans half full and decorate with a pecan. Bake twelve to fifteen minutes. three-fourththree-fourth- Clay City, Ky; 3:05 8:50 Campton Juot. ..3:47 9:27 4:04 9:44 Torrent, Kyi Beattyville Juct ; . 4:25 10:04 Ath6l, Ky.!,' .. .. 4:52 10:30 0. & K. Junction . "5:19 1057 5 :2o J 11 :05 Jackson, Ky Quicksand, Ky. .. ll:25 Rntdeoca oat OR RE;NT HOUSE with gas and II." Sympsob, corner -- water.-Apply.tnL. f Si.x roqms Maplo ''l2-29- it r- 'and r- -;- liickman street!. Lexington Laundry Company can save tyou' express on Dry ' Cleaning which is our speciality. " ' R. SID ELK IN; ' Agent. f,.,.t , F0R:.SALE or RENTp-2- 7 3-- 4 acres of excellent land, modern. improvements, all new; l'mile from? Win- chester on Rucken'ille TS. 12-2S- -tf pike J.'H. CONNECTION: LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will make ionnection at Lexington with the L N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will Office Htmri j 9t"4M nake connection with the L. & N. at tome Fuoae IH. r.exington for .Cincinnati, Ohio. DR. M. L. MYERS. CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos DENTIST. 1, 2,i 3 and 4 will make connection with Mountain Central Railway to Filth Floor .McHdownoy Boildls. and from Campton. WINCHESTER, KY. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make connection PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville. 0. & K. JUNPTI0N Train- - Nos. 2 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway fo: Canne! City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. Attorneys-at-Law Newberry, Tennl pho'ne, 104: WANTED Management of small farm by man and wife;-gootrucker and experienced in extensive poultry raising. Salary Write or Alfred Atkinson, Winchester, Ky. . all-rou12-28-- Ct ! 5th Floor McEldowncy Building Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE Household furniture. Apply to Ira Tanner,. CO Winn av tf enue. 12-27-- FOR SALE CHARLES SCOTT, General Passenger Agent Timothy and clover hay; either in small 'or" large "Miller,--city. qnantities. 31. 12-11- -tf Capital - SlOO.CrO S20O.C00 LiUISVILLE & NASHVILLE Southbftund. No. 87 Wo Cincinnatj-KtorviQ- Undivided Profits. e local t 1055 a. m. S3 Cincinnati-lncfcttonvil- lt THE FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, the best on the market ; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Conll-28- -t struction Company. limited, 10:52 a. m. No. 9 Maysville-Staufor- d Tith Cincinnati rnnaprtinn Winchester Bank local Insure in STROTHER'S arrives at 0:30; departs at. (5:35 No. 31 Cincinnati-Atlant- Paris p" m WINCHESTER. KY. N..H.WITHERSOON. President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. a limited OLD RELIABLE AMD 11:22 p. m. FIRE INSURANCE northbound REAL ESTATE A6ENCY vfflM Fraternity Sla Pbww No. 34 4:52 a. m. i No. 10 lonnectine at Pari? for at 7:15, leaves at 752 No. 38 Knozville-Cincinna- t! Atlanta-CincinDati Stanf-,rd-VaysiIl limitec Joca Oincinnat-due IIS r a au lo-a- l, HI SAM SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. remain, Yours Respectfully, Properly Squelched. He I notice you call a arrives 2:48; departs 2:53 p. hi No. 33 JirtktwnvUlt'Cincru&lv limited 5:37 p. m. All are daily, except Nob. 8 anc 10, which are daily except Sunday:. CHESAPEAKE m FO R JEn WHISKY Mi Bait JETT L1QS KEI m The Market great many ft H!8. DR. "V, r Hutsell & Smith THE LEADING SHOE STORE ity among Belgian Women is remark able and that their length of life is superior to that of male Belgians While Brussels has 65 old men of eighty-fivto ninety years of age and only ten male nonagenarians, she possesses no fewer than 184 women whose" ages are between eighty-fiv- e and ninety, 30 between ninety and ninety-fiv- e years and six of over ninety-five years of age. e It is interesting to note that longev Longevity of Belgian Women. of your acquaintances cranks. I hope you do not consider me a crank. She Certainly not! A crank is a person m Veterinary Physician and Surgeon. .12 ao p. m. 22. Daily In Peril. Jo. 28, Daily 5k Son . 6:30 p. ts Located at Gaines' Livery Stable Percy Noodles says that the reason Jo. 24, Daily . 9 10 p. la be doesn't like his new boarding house on West Broadway. .Calls answered Westbow 0. is because the landlady has already buried two husbands and has taken off No. 27, Daily, Ex. Son. ..6:22 a. m. ..7:43 a. m. promptly. her mourning .since he came. Galves- No., 21, Duly ton News. fo. 25, Daily Ex Bob . 250 p. m. 7e.o.d-l- w Beth Phones 390. No. 23, Daily 4 15 9. m. NTo. . , , with one idea, and I never heard body accuse you of having one. any- No. 26, Daily, Eastboin4. Ex. Sun. ..8:45 a. RALEIGH B. MILLER Bring Your Furs, Hides A4 kinds of Metal to CHAS. ZIGMAN Junk shop at Wainscett 4 Court, North Main street, ami get the Highest Cash Prices. Ail 0."..".'.0"0.".''-'J. 89 M. STEVENSON Attaraey-at-Law $ Matin St WtocfcwiTj Ky