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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 2, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912010201_sn86069133 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 2, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WCATHOI Fair Tmstfay NifM ami Widmiday VOLUE 7; He. 62. IS NOW BETTER WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1912. SPEED OWEN GETS JOB 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK FUNERAL OF JOHN P. BUSH Will Take Place Wednesday Morning At Ten O'Clock Mrs. A. S. Kidd, of Clark county, was tnken ill Christmas while on a vi-- it to her mother, Mrs. Rufus'Had-den- , but is now much better. Mt. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING New BASEBALL AND FOOTBALL DEATHS ROLICE TO LEAVE TONEY Jan- .1 HOLDS Sterling Sentinel-Democra- t. First Meeting Held by DEATHS AND FUNERALS Monday Night. Board at Residenc- e- Officers Elected. ft i The new Boaid of Education held its first meeting last night and reor Mr. John D. Brucr dfed Saturday The funeral of Mr. John P. Bush, at Lis home in Paris, aged .seventy-si- x ganized. who died Monday at Torrent while Mr. J. K. Allen was elected pres; years. The funeral services on a visit to his son, Mr. Clarence were held Monday, Rev. J. L. Clark, dent; John W. Crone, vice president; Bush, wil take place from the resi of this city assisting. Mr. Bruer J. B. Cornctt, treasurer, and W. O. dence at 240 Boone avenue Wednes lived here for some time where his Parrish, secretary. day morning at ten o'clock. The Winchetscr Bank was condaughter kept a boarding house. The services will be conducted by tinued as depository of the school Rev. J. II. MacXeill and Rev. J. W. Mrs. Elizabeth Hisle funds. Harding. The remains will be inMrs. Elizabeth Hisle died Saturterred in the Winchester cemetery. day at her home in Fayette county, The following will act as pallbearAOTO RUNS ers: Messrs. A. II. Sympson, Geo. of pneumonia, aged sixty-seve- n years. The body was buried MonB. Nelson, Sr.. Chas. B. Ecton, J. W. Poynter, Jas. II. Evans and A. F. day i'n the Lexington cemetery. She survived by her husband, Thos. INTO WAGON Duckwotrh. IlHsle, and eight children. 'Before her marriage she was Miss Eade?, of DISPOSAL PLANT FINISHED Estill county, and the family has Unknown Chauffeur Drives Car Into The disposal plant for the Win- numerous relatives in this county. Wagon Driven By Mr. Joe Estis. is chester sanitary sewer sy.-te-m finished and the Board of Council No Serious Damages. will meet at 10 a. m. Wednesday to EXAMINATION FOR receive it. An auto driven by a (diaulTcur its the employ of the Bayless Garage, who-- e name could not be learned VANDALS DESTROY Will Be Held January 2E-2- 7 And ran into the rear cud of a wagon driven by Mr. Joe Estis TuesGUN CLUB PROPERTY May 1 To Award Common day at noon on the Lexington pike near McConnick's shop. Xo serious School Diplomas. damage was done to either one. And $50.00 Reward is Offered For On January '20 and 27 and on May Mr. Estis was shaken up considThe Arrest and Conviciton of 10 and 31, an examination will be erably by the jar, when the auto hit held for the graduates of the county the wagon. The horses started ti. Guilty Parties. chools to award the common school run but wore soon brought under diplomas. For the third time the projerty of control. A common school diploma entitle.-- . the Winchester Gun Club, situated The auto fell over an embankment at the end of 'Fitch avenue, wa- - the bidder to four year's free tuition alter it hit the wagon, but, after bebrpkeu into recently and considerable in the Winchester High School or in ing hoisted out, it ran into Lexington damage done. Kentucky We.slcyan Academy. without having to make any repairs. Thcijnwieants broken open 'the ' A liuniltcivof candidates,' are If 'tlie driver received any injuries at .made, lock, ticcording !to a take the examination. all; they wcretonly -- light, ones. by onciiof tho.itiembers,: and stole' The- car was. a seven passcngei a huntingj.jacket and Several othei Thomas "0." things, and then broke up the- - water R. if ' S?jlie accident or- 'iirred when the MM cooler. The trap --was also entered i,f-i.!h- ! njitfc attempted to pass the wagon. and a numborMoJj flaJSnfeeuMs vrfre.H The .driver of the wagon pulled' to broken. BANKRUPT the right and the chauffeur evidenth These depreciations 'have been thinking Mr. Estis would pull to the Mi! I made an .Hallowe'en, Thanksgiving left, crashed into the rear of the and Christmas.. Bankruptcy wagon. Both vehicles were going Goes Into Voluntary A reward of $50.00 has been offertowards Lexington. ed by the Cur. C!Jj for t':e arrc-- i And His Two Clothing. Stores Are and conviction of the guilty parties. Closed. JI 5F I CASSIDY SALES POSTPONED R. Frank, who has conducted two The directors of the Planters' clothing stores on Xorth Main street Warehouse certainly deserve credit in this city for some time, has gone SWORN for their efforts in establishing a into voluntary bankruptcy 'and the tobacco market in Winchester. stoies were closed Tuesday morning. A committee of the Warehouse As Mayor of Lexington By Retiring Company was in Louisville last week Big Crowd is Mayor Skain. in conference with the heads of the and American Tobacco Company, Present. here DROPS DEAD feel sure buyers will be next Tuesday, January 9. Lexington, Ky., Jan. I. Before Clark county growers should" apTuesday Morning at Her Home cn a crowd which packed the Mayor's marpreciate the" fact of a loose leaf ofljee and that of the Mayor's Cleil: ket at home anil patronize it. rather Buckner Street Funeral Arrang- and overflowed into the hallway strangers. than go among Mayor J. T. Cassidy took the oath ol ements Not Complete. The prices cn the Winchester marofTv-as chief executive of the city elsewhere. ket will be the same as Mrs. Robert Walden, aged 08 Mohday morning about 10 uYhiu!;. Our people should hold their tobacco for our own market and attend the years, droped dead at her home on Tlie gathering of friends was one ol CLt sales beginning January 0 and see Buckner street Tuesday morning at the largest ever seen at the eight o'clock. Death is thought to Halt and one and all brought goj.l , tobacco bringing 'the market have been caused by heart failure. wishes for the old and the new Mayaccording to their grades. Mrs. Walden had an attack of acute or. indigestion recently but she was Long before the time set for the MR. W. W. ECTON BUYS thought to have recovered from it. ceremony, people began to gatiiei Mrs. Walden was alone in the and when, at a few minutes before OUT PARTNER kitchen at the. time of her death. 'Her 10 o'clock, Mr. Cassidy started from lister., Mis Xa.nnie Kindred, heard the Mayor's office from that of the licit fall and m.'h'ed in to the room City Clerk, he could hardly make In Furniture Business And Will Conbat Mrs. Walden died without utterinto the room. Mayor Skain , ing a word. administered the oath of office to Business At Same Stand. duct Arrangements, have not yet been Mr. Cassidy and the incoming ana Mr. Lee Hardman has disposed of made for the funeral. outgoing Mayors exchanged congratulations. interest in the furniture his one-ha- lf She is survived by her husband; store of Hardman and Ecton, to his three Sons. Messrs. Tom and Will partner, Mr. W. W. Ecton, who will Walden, of this city, and Mr. Jas. continue the business under his own Walden, of Mis.-ionthree sisters, name. Mrs. Thos. Gunn. of California; Mrs. On the loth of January Mr. Hard-ma- n Jno. Walden and Miss Nannie KinThe hunting season closed Monwill accApt a position with the dred, all of this city; two brothers, day and it will be unlawful to hun! LvTincliester Grocery Company. Mr. John Henry Kindred, of Bornes-bor- o, again until next November. Mr. Ecton will conduct a first class The hunting supply here was verA and Mr. Win. Kindred, otitis furniture store at the same stand. slim, both in birds and rabbit. itwo-hor.-c 10-1- Burial in Winchester Cemetery. Mr. John D. Bruer football is genWHITE HOUSE erally regarded as being responsible , for more fatalities than any other sport. Because of this general belief, or possibly aiding it, jokesmiths, Representative Burleson, of Texas, since the game has become popular Thinks it Extravagance to Have in this country, have devoted much' of their time to poking fun at ih? The President Guarded So Well. padded individual who Washington, Jan. 2. All of the seeks to win fame for himself and I school on the gridiron. But .4s a uniformed policemen on duty in the "hite House and the executive ofhelp to swelling the necrology reports, football is outclassed by the fices are to be removed. The order affects twenty-tw- o national sport. po During the season 'of 1011 seventy-n- licemen, many of whom have' been ine deaths resulted from base- on duty at the White House for ten ball, while during the same year years or more. The change is said to be" due to a twenty-tw- o football players lost their lives. In 15)10, however, the protest by Representative Burleson, difference is more- apparent, for of Texas( a member of the House Committee on Appropriation, who baseball caused the death of fifty-thrpersons and football killed thought the policemen were needed long-haired, ee By the uniformed Collector Field sends Speed Owen, of this city, to George Babels place at Frankfort as guager. In making assignments uary Internal Revenue CANT FIND PARK I 1 for Although He Lives Within Tws er TERRELL IS NOMINATED Three Squares of It Fred Tells a Good One on Himself. Fred Toney, Blue Grass League pitcher of unu-ureputation, who is al By The Democrats The House of For Speaker of Representative. Vcte Stood 43 to 29 on fifth Ballot Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 2. The selection of Claude B. Terrell, of Trimble county, as the Democratic nominee for Speaker of the House of Representatives at Frankfort Monday by the vote of 43 to 29 on the fifth ballot, was not so much a defeat for Harry A. Schobertli. the brilliant and capable young Reprc; scntative as it is a defeat for Sm Schackelford, J. Campbell and other Representative? of special interest? the members of the State 'Prison Commission, and those other gentlemen generally ercognized as members of the Third House at the capital. It was not so much a victory for Mr. Terrell as it was a triumph of 'lumen who sincerely and honestly believe in carrying out the pledges for Commis-io- ii the taking of the Pri-o- n and the Third nouse out of politics. With these two evil influences from the politics of Kentml:y the state has1 an opportunity to share in the progress of the states sur rounding her. With a Prison Com mission chosen by the Governor, as it should be s Icctcd, the responsibility for the management of the prisons of the state will be placed where it belongs in the hands of the Exec utive Department of the state gov ernment. ed Since 190.1 baseball has resulted fatally for 199, and 1.10 deaths can be charged to the alleged more strenous sport. Of course, one should take into consideration the long playing season of baseball and the much larger dumber of participants. twenty-five- . street duty. President Taft at once called the matter to the attention of the dis trict commissioners with the statement that so far as he wa sconcern-L"- i on the policeman could be removed from the White House at any time the local authorities saw fit. wkm -- mm HI! IE. A tabulated record of the number of deaths resulting in the last seven years from fifteen specified sports. and tho-- e unnamed and classified unBY TARGET SHOOTING . der the head of "other sports," itextremely interesting. Xot even can compare with base- When James Crouch and David ball in number of deaths caused. Slackwell, Candidates for Road For in seven years' auto racing only Supervisor Received a Tie Vote. eighty-si- x have been dashed from automobiles to death against grandsBloomington, Ind., Jan. 2. "If a tand-', telegraph poles, fence-- ', auditie voce is ca.- -t for two candidates ences, etc. Commercial Tribtnc. for office, is settlement of the con test' by a shooting match legal?'' Pending authoritative answer to this EATON ELECTED question Trustee John Siscoe, of Polk township, this county, declin DDTOinCMT ed to recognize James Crouch as OCAM ' ' ' road iipeH'isor. and1 David Blackwell reCrruch ceived an equal number of votes in' All Passes Off in' Peace Anr Har' all "diction to fill the office of road per. viMy. 'Agreeing to a'uido by mony. in .Upper Branch of Legislathe losult of a shooting match. Each fired twenty-fiv- e ture. shots at n papet target hung on a tree. Crouch Frankfort; Ky., Jan. 2. While the put more bullets in the bull's eye House of .Representatives were havthan did his opponent. Blackwell ing a warm fight over the Speaker- declared he was satisfied, but Trusship Monday, the State Senate held tee Siscoe says he will have to read its caucus and everything was har- the law books carefully before he mony. Senator W. V. Eaton, of rules . was elected president protein of the Senate, his opponent Senator Louis W. Arnett, of VOLUNTARY withdrawing from the race The Senate was called to order at '2:4.j by Chairman Prewitt and SenSTARVATION ator Phil Beard, of Shelbyville, by acclamation as chairman of the caucus, Robert Phillips, secretary of the Democratic State Ex- Proves Fatal to Barney Hack, Monday Afternoon at City Hospital in ecutive Committee, was made secLouisville. retary of the caucus. OLhrt! LTrtLOIUlim T . "J : BROKERS -- now with Charley 'Murphy's Xational League team, has been the subject ot a number of stories since he has been with the Chicago team, the majority of which have been told with Toney in the role of the "goat." The big pitcher tells them on himself in a great many instances, and as he is one of the must pcpnlar players in the Chance outfit, the stories go all the way around the circuit. While in Louisville this week Tom A. Sheets, president of the Lexington, Ky.. team, added a new one on Toney to the list, and. as usual it came- originally from Toney. The two old friends were together in Cincinnati not long ago, and the former Winchester star was telling hiLexington friend of his experience-- ! in Chicago. Fred had concluded a recital of instances in the Windy City to show how men on the Chicago team had helped him to get along, and particularly how the older pitchers, had taken an interest in him to teach him all the tricks of his profession, lie had just finished some high praise of Mordecai Brown. "But Chicago is a peculiar place," said Toney. "It's the hardest place in this country to get acquainted with. Why, I lived within two or three squares of the ball park where I was on duty when in Chicago, and there never has been a time all this year that ,1. could- find the park 'by myself without a lot of difficulty,' and I hardly know, in what part ofVthtt city it is yet. Chicago a'-- . queer1 pface." Louisville Times. - J in HAV HART CHAPTER TO MEET The Iart Chapter, D. A. K'f will, meet with Mrs. R. A. Sdobee, Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. TOBACCO i HARD TIM E Wall Street Brokers Report Business The Worst in Many Years. 1912 More . SALES h, Wish 1911. Prosperous Than 2. Mr. W. E. Durham sold Tucsday of tobacco to Mr. Tom McCray at 13 4 cents. 1(5,000 pounds 3-- Cov-"ngto- n, Xew York, Jan. Wall street tin e Senator E. K. "Hogg nominaied Senator Eaton for preisdent protein of the Senate, and the nomination was seconded by Senator Arnett. Senator Eaton's election was by acclamation. Senator Mark Bryan, of Louisville, his-wa- . ri; nominated sbrge Peters and Senator Claude Thomas, of Paris, nominated L. C. Peters got Litteiell, of Owenton. eighteen voles. Litterell nine, and of McAfee five.. Jesse Alver.-o-u. Stanford, was elected by acclamation assistant clerk. Miss Jennie McDonald, of this city, was elected enrolling- - clerk; Gates Young, of Owensboro, Sam .Catlett, of Princeton, doorkeeper, ami Murray Brown, as janitor. All of these elections were by acclamation. Jack Moody, of Monroe county, Owen Sanders, son of Senator Sanders, and John Rhea Maxey, of Logan county, were elected pages. All of the .Democratic Senators were present. Newcomb, Jan. 2. Volunstarvation resulted in the death of Barney Hack, aged 58, who died Sunday afternoon at the City Hospital after he had refused for 11 days to partake of any food. Hack-waformerly a member of the Louts-cill- e slaced in nomination Camden R. Mcfire department. Several years Afee, of Louisville, 'for chief clerk, ago while fighting a fire, he fell from the nomination being seeouded by a ladder and received injuries about Senator Sanders. Senator Herman 'head-thcompelled him to give Louisville, Ky., tary s of Louisville, at the up work of any kind. Four days before 'Christmas, he was placed in jail by relatives pending investigation into his sanity. While confined in jail, Hack sat with his hands folded and all efforts to get him to partake of food proved unavailing. Christmas afternoon his condition became 'such that he was removed to the hospital for treatment. During the week that he remained in that institution he continued to refuse ourishment and grew steadily weaker until his death. Jailer Jas. Mullins and Deputv Po one than was 1911. lice Dan Insko went to Lexingtor. Tuesday at witnesses in the case of When business is resumed Tues in the financial world after tht th Commonwealth vs. Will Buiyh;', day holidays, brokers will' greet each .f'this city and Tom Long, of who are charged with rohlrn? other with "better luck this ye;r" Happy Xiw Will Holder, of Pine Grove, during rather than the uual Year. The last twelve months ha? the Lexington Fair. seen hard times in Wall street. Business was poor most of TOO LATE TO CL4SSFY year except for a few of the iarm houses. A broker who has been in THE LYRIC Wall street for 21 years said that last vcar was the dullest he had ex One day only. The great play, perienced. Some brokers were forc"TWO ORPHAXS." Taking 3,000 ed to quit the street to earn a feet of film to show the play. Xo advance in admission. The picture One such broker is selling auto starts promptly at 7, 8 and 9 o'clock. mobiles. Another is a 'Xew York Don't miss this one. pro.--p?r-o.iv-in- g. will begin the Xew Year with wish that it may be a more WILL BURGHY ON TRIAL representative of a Southern cotto-- i concern. FORMER WINCHESTER MAN GETS JOB re-id- ed FOR RENT Stable. Apply to 20 French avenue. T. C. Hardcsty. 3t FOR RENT A 0 room cottage r.UIi Vni all modern conveniences; in this Brent Greene, who bargain in town if taken at oii.-city for a while will be second deputy Apply to Bobbins at this office. in the office of his father, Robt. Both phones, or call at residence, Greene. Clerk of the Court of Ap ' E. Tenn. phone 330. c peals. LOST COUNTY Gold pin, between Boone Find3t COURT ORDERS street and Baptist chureh. er please phone 337. S. W. Pur-le- y, Joe PAPERS SIGNED L. B. Cockrell, W. T. Gordon, H. R. The Result. The papers appointing Mr. C. H. Watts, J. W. Wheeler and T. G. Bar"What did the aviator do next wbea Duty, of this city, to h place in the row qualied as Superivisors of Taxes tie flew Into a high wind?" T doa't know, but 1 suppose he flew lato a "Revenue Service, have ben signed B. n. Barnett qualified as guardian rage." a Til rli" oa xx bv. President Taft. ul jin i lie t rue 1 1, agcu jl. mm 1i m wmceTiir kews IM-I- II -- 4v 1 SMrth. Main Street, If. DaHy, Exceat Sumfay. second-clas- If" IE' V at the postofBce Winchester, Kentucky, under the ' ict of Marcfi 3, 1879." im jTovEm'yer 28, 1908, . fEptered as s matter, leth Phenes 91. SUISCRIPTION RATES: ly Mall. $3.00 1.50 .25 06 Daily, one year But Months Month Payable in Advance. i. ...... MVERTIMM RATES: mftkeMitMk.. t 0 eowtiTOomriy tdaaiar bo in-- ianr wMka, 4 ti weeks, three tiM Fmb weeks, two tims 1.00 edatixaoMly. 3.00 3.40 a mk m wtek. Um: s week.. 1.20 10 .75 MMiH Retlew v rr BwImm Botiees, kody typ...7e-Pvr xeading, nes headinf . . . 15c tfaee eofitinuocs insertions of Bane 1mm at donkle the oae-orate. -- Per Wert: ClMiHet 0be I evtiir, any editioa lc sion when they were able to nomifkree iaaertioBs eontiBnonsly .. 2o nate Claude B. Terrell, of Trimble Vk tare additional insertions. o county, for the Speakership. The' ae ealeader au., eontiBaonsly. .10c had the usual influences that hover eTttMig eeaated less than IB words. around Frankfort diring a legislaHe iteat charged oa booki for tive session like flies around a Louisleaa thaa Sfi eaata. iana sugar. barrel to. contend with. sa Vev wteks. one tiat a week. ..... The outcome of the race for' Speaker at Frankfort Monday afternoon shows that James B, MeCreary is in truth and in fact the Governor of the state and that the powerful lobby that has been dominant at Frankfort in the- past has lost its grip on the Legislature. . Harry Schoberth. the briliianl and popular Representative from Woodford' county, had been an avowed candidate for Speaker for two years and had secured pledges from many of the members! who had served with him like Mr. Hunter, of this county, Mr. Clay, of Bourbon;. Mr. Herring-toof Madison, and Mr. Mahin, of Jessamine. For a while he seemed to have a walk over race, but after the state election the feeling became prevalent that Schoberth was being backed for the position by Mr. El: Brown and the other Prison Commissioners, and all the lobby interests. Then it was that the Democratic leaders who arc sincere in their purpose fo fulfill the promir-e- s made to the people in the party's platform looked about' for a candiTHE SPEAKERSHIP RACE date who would be free form the touch of these evil influences that The News no longer lays claim to hover about Frankfort when the being a prophet. The Democrats of Thcii is in ' session. the House of Representatives at bhoice fell on Claude Terrell, of Frankfort have really seen a great Trimble county, and the content belight. They put one over on the tween him and Sclioberth has been Third House and the Prison Commis- a hot one for the last few weeks, n, people are in such 'straits that they would welcome the assit-ane- e of Senator Joseph B. Foraker, whom the Taft management in the 1908 campaign insulted and humiliated, perhaps deservedly so, far all wq kuow, It would be, sight for gods and men to see Senator Fora? ker, who whatever he may be, is a, open fearless and indomitable fighter, humbly kissing the hand which smote him and there is probably iio truth in Jhis Enquirer tip, so far as it l elates to Bis side of such a deal. But the story only shows to what straits are the Taft leaders in Ohio reduced. Wcd.l it be gsrd fence, would it be good politics, would it be even excusable from any standpoint, to nominate , to lead the Republican party next year, with the record of two Democratic victories, one in the Congressional elections of 1910, and one in the municipal elections of 1911 all over the country, and practically in the President's own state, to face next fall'? We do not be lieve it is. des-perat- McCREARY is- - governor BABY NED LATEST IN LIFE PRESERVERS 10 OOjl' Stove A CRISP Useful Device, Which May Be Introduced Into German Navy, Has Electric Light Attachment. A new life preserver, which has been successfully tried, mayj be introduced into the German navy, writes the American consul from Brunswick. The apparatus, which .weighs five and one-hapounds, consists of two swimming cushions bound together by t straps. The cushions lie upon and back. The apparatus is. provided with a small lamp fed by 'a battery. The lamp can be fastened around the head with a. band worn on the forehead, so that in an accident at night the position of the person in the water can be seen at a considerable distance. The small electrical lamp burns three to four hours, and, with a reflector added, throws the light several hundred yards at night. In several recent tests of life saving at night the victims of the supposed shipwreck, by aid of the lamp, have been easily discovered. The life preserver can be buckled around the body in five seconds. The iamj begins to shine as soon as the buckle is fastened. In case of catastrophies to warships the worth of the life preserver cannot ba overestimated, though in case of war its use would not be advisable. lf GRANT WITT & CO. ! ?4 Exploded While Child Was Asleep Alone And She Was Burned to Death. ' GREETINGS. 'V d So. swiftly have the. days sped one by one that it seems hardly more than yesterday that .we were peering down the vista of 1899, wondering what it would bring. But once more the year end is upon us, and the time prophetic has befleet-foote- w i Bohving Green, Ky., Jan. 2 the daughter of Mi. Reelo McCarthy, was burned to a crisp on her bed at her parents' home here. An oil .stove exploded v:Hle the child was- - asleep alone and before her aunt, who was upstairs, could reach the room, the lil--- j one was surournded by flames. Neighbors rushed in but could do lothiig tc rescue the child. ld FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! come time historic-I- t the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs.. ' J. W. HISEL ' Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Maple st Will pay you HANGING WIRE FROM A TREE 'Excellent Method for Stringing Single Telephone Strand Through Woods and Swamps. Should it be necessary to run a single telephone wire through woods and swamps, swing the line to trees with the hanger as shown in the illustration. This will save many poles East Tennessee Phono 215, Homi ' Phono 596. ll-18-4- Lcgi.-latu- rc PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER All kinds of stenographic work at jreasonahle prices. Mis Alice 3Ios- -, nt Moffett & Spencci s oflicc in ira- ternity Building. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! has been a good year "for us, and we believe it has been a good year for you, however that may be, neither you nor we are satisfied, but are every one planning to make 1912 the best yet. Once again we wish you all a Let us happy and successful year. help you make it one. We thank you for the patronage that has made our year a success, and confidently promise still better things for 1912. 39 North Main St. WINCHESTER, KY. v Ul '7HIS alr-f-c PAPER REPRESENT tD rbR'JoK'Jt l ADVERTISING BY THE f iTIihre NEW YORK AND CHICAGO CITIES GENERAt. OFFICES i O WHAT'S THE MEANING OF IT? - least-- j :1 i;l vh 'I i t itI candidate, for' rc- Cantiill'iS" uai is tue meaning or tnc jrrcai crprds that have flocked to hear nomination to Congress: ' j He vniit- ' . , Sbna&r RillerO Latiiflettc ,nt ed Woodford, county andj o' 'Course, Wisconsin, on his speaking tour of the help of such gentlemen as Mr. Ohio'f tf"Watchmaiu . what o Franklin. So he the Shackelford-iiflulcy night?" is a perfectly appropriate was for Schobcrth. question for the Republican voters-twilljiiced a friendly Speaker and a tiie time tnemllv Honse within ttlie coming beforeasK themselves cpmes to nominate the Republican w- ck, when he comes upjfor as Prison Conimissfoincr. Fin-le- y National ticket next year.- ' ' won't have either. He "tore Jiis lt we mistake not the meaning of this extraordinary situation which trousers" in the vernacular in his Resident Taft faces in his own effort to elect a man whom he state, it means a revolution against thought he could control. He can't tlie system which the President rep- control Terrell and we do not beresents. One of the kindest hearted lieve he could have controlled Harry and most affable and pleasant men Sclioberth, though Schoberth would in the world, with a winning person- naturally have felt under obligation to Fogg had Sclioberth won. Billy ality and an ability that has possessed by few men who have sat in hi,i Klair is the only one of the bunch chair and experience that ought to who had no personal official axe to have equipped him to be one of the jjriiid. Jiilly liiasj f'his'n" again greatest .of onr executives, lie has so dropping into the language of the far failed that, even in his own state, lobbj and will have a good thing the Republican voters arc up in arms for some time to come, as his job and cheer avidly every criticism of pays $3,000 a year. It was bin first defeat in big politics and Billy has his administration. For the first time in the hitory of got to be some politician. Incidentally the result of the fight thecountry a President closing for Speakership is a big victory for administration lias a bitter former Governor J. C. W. Beckham, fight on his hands to hold the delefor whom both Klair and Cantrill gation from his own state to the Na- were Sam fShnck'elford, Cam . r; i it 't ;i Cantrill, Billy Klair andipke patriots ready to fight, bleed and j die if 'need be for Harry Schobert&l And it would look to the coon u the stump' as if thev had indeed fit!) and bled, f t, nd that within a few moons' some of them woiild die, politically' 'at - rt with no man wise enough to predict the result. Late Sunday night Governor MeCreary announced that he perferred to see Terrell chosen an.l that he could give his reasons to any member who desired to know them. This action turned the tide to Terrell and enabled him to win oyos Schoberth by a vote of 'M tp 29, This decisive victory, for' the Governor bndc. well for the states, and indicates that, Governor MfjCrcary Jiolds the Master and hand and that thc ieforms promised! by his., part. will receive his, eaTij est support and that , the. reign , of the. lobby is, on ib legs. , ,Thi,sj , od .Confqdprate, soldier is. showing more punk) and inde pendence that he- has, generally been, creniteu with , possessing, and it evident that he has determined to . ' i' ' j hi i of adminisgive the, people the tration they wan. , "I -i Will pay yon the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs.. J. W. HISEL Bridge 'Junk Shop. ' ' ' ' N6. 23. North Maple st East Tennessee Phone 21,5, Homr ' Phone '596. Single Wire Hung From Tree. from being placed where possibly it would be hard to keep them standing. especially in swamps, says Telephony. Be careful t6 so run the wire that branches and leaves cannot even touch it when they swing in the wind. Feat of Electric Motor. A remarkable performance of an electric motor is noted in a recent issue ofan electrical pap,er. 'The motor " ll-18-4- ENDS . , - AT .ONCE ALL '"! ft STOMACH A Little Diapepsln Cures indigestion, Gas, Heartburn or Dyspepsia Five Minutes. in THE DANGER IF LA 3RIPPEi ii.i 7j , iL'uinonin Is its fatal tendency to To (cure your la grippe ciitig tote i Foley's Honey and1 Tar Loniponmu Iva R. E. Fisher, Washington, ays: 1 was irouuicu witn a tBCie i' j r ii.: attack or la grippe amii noiiuiig i 1 wa used di'd rile tn'v good and threatened with pneumonia. . A 'riend advised me to use Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and I got ;bm'e at once. I was relieved the very firt. By the time I had taken three bottles my la grippe was gone. I believe Foley's Honey and Tar .Compound to be the best medicine I ever used and always keep a bottle with me." . For Sale by All Druggists. , 1 . ft-o- was doing service in a mine geared to a pump, and because of the high tern perature prevailing at the spot the motornwa;snot enclosed, as they often are.v During last winter the mine was ' flooded,' feubnierging the pump and the motor to a depth, of two feet. As" it was' necessary to continue tftdtoperCH ' .,.. ...it I'm A.' -- . .1 uuii ui me pump me muiuyg wua iiui shut doTm, and for 'two houj-- jtjran though ((comwithout interruption, pletely submerged, until it hjiil actually pumpe'j itself clear of witerIiTTie motor suffered no damage 'and Jwas stopped only long .enough, td 'clean,- off the dirt, and chips around the motor, after which the bearings were oiled, and it was startea again. Since then it has been running steadily for an average of 20 hours a day. s i ,i. If you had some Diapepsin handy and would take a little now youi stomach distress or Indigestion would vanish in five miuutos and you would feel fine. This harmless prepcratidn will digest anything you eat and overcome stomach before a sour, you realize it. ,1 er FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay you the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. , J. W. HISEL i Bridge Junk Shop, " " No. 23 North Maple st Tennessee Phone 215, Homi ''East Phone 596.. , ll-18-4- Electrolytic Iron. Iron is now being produced electro lytically by a method devised by a German scientist and tried out at a large electrochemical plant at Leipzig. The Iron obtained is said to be excep tionally pure, and is formed in a bright, very, solid and easily worked sheet on the. electrode. By selecting electrodes of suitable shapes, tubing and even very complicated forms of sheet iron may be readily made. The electrolytic, iron is said to be magnetized and demagnetized much more rapidly than ordinary soft iron, which, it Is believed, will give it a wiae neia oi. useiuiness in tne con struction of electromagnets. The Right Cement for Concrete ts Scperior Endccj.' SUPERIOR CEMENT Celebrated jn the Middle West as the finest ground and lowett in magnesia less than I per cent. This means dense, durable concrete that will never crumble It's a true Portland cement that will last for ages. Ask for our Free Superior Literature, which gives proportion; f JT mixing concrete, etc Insst on Superior. Union Trust RuIMint?. Cincinnati, C. Justus CMlins, President. If your meals don't tempt you, oi hi:-firs-t, tional convention. With the Republican Slate Chairman and many of the members of the State Committee in Ohio frankly declaring that they believe that Colonel Roosevelt is the strongest candidate to lead the party and with a strong movement on the part of other proe, gressives toward Senator La what the President will face in the State Convention is a problem for even that a state campaign manager who succeeded .in the v rition campaign, of 1908 in holding' Fol-lett- the. state in line Vorys. for Taft, A. entertain the same affection that a .starved wolf feels for a lost lamb. The former Governor charged his defeat for Senator openely to such loyal Democrats as Cantrill and Klair and blamed their enmity to him on the liquor interests, with which both have heretofore affiliated in State politics. They thought they were laying out Beckhain cold and now the corpse is as lively as could properly be expected, of anyone dead so long. And if we miss not our guess it will be liver a little later in I. Governor's McCleary's admiuist tion.' -- If the .state primary were called '3 it is a cinch that Colonel Roosevelt .would sweep, the state. Polls taken by some of the country newspapers a Ohio recently published, before La Follette came into the state, show r I lb that Colonel Roosevelt leads all oth- er candidates, with Taft second and in some cases a poor third. There is even talk in the Cincinnati Enquirer New; York, despatches of Sunday to the effect that the Taft Altogether the Democrats have made a good start "at Frankfui. They surprised us,( we admit. We thought sure that the- - powers that therefore have potent at. the capital would continue to be. so and .that the "told machine, which has. Jbeaten .and humiliated everybody who would not play its gasae, would triumph again. We are glad to give the enemy credit for a good beginning. If "tliey make &. no worse mistakes. WINCHESTER'S;. what little you do eat seems to fil". you, or lays like a lump of lead, in your" stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of Indigestion, Ask your Pharmacist for a case of Papc's Diapepsin and take a littlle just as soon as you can. There-wil-l be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea, Debilitating ,Headaches, Dizziness or Intestinal griping. This wll! all go, .and, besides there will bej undigested food left over in me stomach tq.pofson your breath with nause. . ous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure for stomachs, .because it prevents fermentation and takes hold of your food and digests it just.the same as if, .your stomach wasn't there Relief in five, minutes from all stomach misery it at any drug store waiting for you.. These large cases of Pipe's Diapepsin .contain nure than sufficient' to thoroughly cure almost any 'easf ot Dyspepsia,1 Indigestion. 6 any other stomach disturbances. nt er 50-ce- nt OF HISTORY A VALIANT IRISH CURIOUS BITS TAIN. SEA CAP a NOES s, ELKTMOL The Superior Portland Cement By A. W. MACY. On May 11, 1775, Capt. Jere- JDEA HUSTLE The Paris department stores use storage battery driven electric tricycles to deliver purchases, to customers., . 'To if Massachusetts 'man has been granted- - a patent, for an electric lamp and reflector for- inspecting the inside of shoes. (Copyright, 1911, by Joseph B. Bowles.) In the. kitchens of the United States ... , Hobbies. Military academy at West Point, N. Hobbles ate among the thlng3 that T., practically all the work is done by make a man seem human and 'pic- electricity. turesque. One likes Lowell :atber the Cinematograph theaters' are very better for. his insisting year In and popular all over Great Britain. The year riur that the English have no United States supplies 60 to 75 per sense of buaior; and the austerity of cent, of the Alms used. President Eliot is softened, by bis cerA new Insulator for use In electainty that tbero is no sport com- trical work Is made by condensing parable' to rowing. phenol and formaldehyde. It la said . miah O'Brien, owner of a little lumber sloop, chased and captured the British war schooner Margaretta, carrying four light guns and fourteen, swiVel pieces. O'Brien's crew was thirty-fiv- e landsmen, mostly Irish, armed with muskets, pistols, blunder-buseaxes' and pitchforks. The schooner had more men than, the' .sloop, and was a commissioned .war vessel.-- She had been somewhat disabled in a .squall, and a lucky shot .from thejunv ber sloop killed th6 man at the wheel' and cleared the quarterdeck. Another shot killed th. British captain. O'Brien gave the order to; board, and the schooner was captured after a hfKidiW hand fight. About twentjk men in, all were killed and wounded. . There are at present eighteen recognized systems of wireless telegraphy. An electric meter has been invented for measuring the flow of steam in pipes. A new electrical office device will seal, stamp and keep a record of 15C letters per minute. A machine has been invented to paste paper labels on bottles. It is driven by an electric motor. An attachment has been fnvented to make an 'alarm clock turn on and light a gas Jet at a predetermined time. Up to date the motor vehicles that have been registered by the-- London county council number more than 57,000. Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice Ry having the service of the li. Is easy to travel all over the State and other States. , If you haven't our ssrvice you should have. Call our manager for full information. if r EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATES) TheNew Depositor Id thi3 bank may 'be assured of receiving direct personal attaa tion and prompt service. All we is an opportunity to serve yea th&$we Buy pm he quality of onr banking seryice. .9 We invite you to call and see as ak i ... . Citizens .National Bank Neai Co art GorMr Main sad South Coart Street. Winchester, Ky. 7 JReacl Xlie P4WRrti(RWj4tfRlr News A individual cakes black coffee. mints, soiure'unred Monday at noon from Frankfort where' they were mem The following were present: Misses bers of a house party given by Miss Hazel O'Jiear. Anna Coleman and Martha VanMe-terMr. jPreiitiss O'Rcar was a guest Golden Day, Margaret Brown, BertieJ at the home of II. C. Thompson MonMarv Day, Beulah and Thompson', and Mrs. John Hopkins, day night. ... of l'restonburg. ,( and" ices ,- Sally Woolfolk, and died in Clark county in 1855. They had ten children as follows: 1, Milton F.; 2, Betsy, who married C: Ferguson; 3. HollAday FAMILY ' u SSB'C H.BOWEN . "f. '1. 1! 4H1 I L 0 Is C IETY Winchester Miss Hazel O'Rear EnJeriains Miss Hazel O'Ke'nr gave a bcuati-fu- l Five Hundred Party Saturday evening for her house party, Hisses of Bertie and Beulah Thompson, Winchester, ':ind Mi-.- -. Marshall Mos, off Louisville. Mis l'riscilla Girls Entertained Williams gave a the- atre party Saturday afternoon for Miss Hazel O'Uear and the bevy of pretty guests. So is entertaining Miss'es Bculah and flcrtie Thompson and Mi.-- s Marshall Moss. After the VOIwi Ayr.'' )!ie lieauliful hoiiie of theatre a lunch was enjoyed in the tjie yicjir, in holiday attire home of Miss Williams on the South i Side. Frankfort . for the alTair. with ChrUtuias dc-oXcwh-Journal ; 1 . ii 1: rations' jii evidence everywhere rqd Six O'Ciock Dinner bolls, mistletoe, holly and crimson Mi.-sin profusion. carnations Beulah and Bertie T.homp-.-01- 1 dinA good game of .Five Hundred wa- gave an elegant enjoyed, and the young ladieV prize ner to a few friends on New Year's was n pair of sillc hose, while the evening. The decoiAiinnj; were the prize lor Uic gentlemen was a jewel Xmas colors, green and red, blended case. with pure white of the New Year. (Potted plants, poinsettas, and A delectable cour.--e was: alad enjoyed. carnations were used in profusion. served and much The place cards wero beautiful Mis 0'Boar's guests included: Mi'. Xew Year cards, bearing the greetBeulah 3Iiss Bertie Thompson, Thompson, Miss Marshall Mos. ing: "Happy Xew Year." Saffell, Miss Virginia The individual cakes, ices anc Miss Frances Williams, Miss Elizabeth Simpson, mints, were in the color scheme, with Mis ''U)V2'' upon them.. Miss Elizabeth Breathitt. ln-iuui-e- d es six-cour- so erts, Brownie Hubert-- ', 'Miss following menu was served Blue points half shell. , Ruth Hanley, Mis Virginia Hogc. Stuffed olives, midget pickles. Miss Lawler. Half. Messrs. Broii-to- n Bri-laKcaney. Bernard Street t Bouillon. Turkey, dressing, cranberry, .sauce. Russel, Scott Thompson, (Paul Ilite. .Tack Martin, Hilary Hanley. J. King,' now tomatoes, baked apples mnslie,d potatoes, frozen grape jouice. be'at-- 1 Willis nob-o(jyjjlcjttyi-kj.JJpr( ii yj?lidj'iirRij'i-ui,l4,jei- i F.chel Aruies hot rolls. Mis--s n, n. 1 1 it, e baskets. special: Si'. 1 Shirt Waists in all pure Linen with lace collar and cuffs attached and without, in white, navy blue and tan. Regular price $1.50, now (1 . In the death of Mr. Stephen, Hoi laday, Clark 'county loses one .of, her oldest 'citizens. I noticed in. your Miss Lucy Browning has returned account of him published in. Sathome, after a week's' visit to Mis urday's News a slight mistake in his Willie Mae Xetson, on Fitch avenue. parentage, and would like to have a Miss Elizabeth Nelson, who ihas little of .your alued space to correct been home to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs- - W.t H. The Holladays were- wealthy peoNelson, cn Fiteh avenue, will return) ple in .England, and. early sent a to Georgetown, Wednesday, where brandi to the colony- of Virginia. she is attending ardomc Academy. There they have behaved themselves Miss Willie Mac Nelson, who 'has with dignity, and ability, furnishing been home spending the holidays soldiers and statesmen, and gcod with her parents, has returned, to at Epperson citizens in the humbler walks of life. commence teaching They havo scattered from the Old sclico) Tuesday. Dominion to every, part, of the South ' Mr. W. H. Nelson spent ifrom Sat' and West. evening, with urday until Monday Kentucky received several branch his daughter, Mrs. ,T. C. Anderson,es of this family and wherever I have of Montgomery count)'. , found them, they are good citizen, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson 'and thirfty and well behaved. It was' a bright little son, Huey Gordon, reKentuciky JEIolladay, moved ;out West, turned to their home in Montgomery whom Mark Twain mentions in hi !ounty, after a two weeks,' visi( to description of the Holy iLand. He their p:rents, Mr. and' Mrs. W II.; jays "oiie4 devout' pjlgrim,, looking out Ki4son, on Fitch avenue. j , over the desert, said: Mrs. S B. Wright and two chilthink, that is the very desert "Just dren have returned home after where the Children of Israel wanpending a week at Paris, with reldered for forty years," or words t atives. ;hat effect; I write from memory. Mrs. Hugh L. Searcy, who ,'ha? "Humplir said a practical and unbeen for some time the guest of Mr learned pilgrim standing near, "Hol- Walter Hampton, has left for hei laday could have yanked them across hoaie in Huntington, W. Va., She ?var hours." Hulladay 'n 'twenty-fouaccompanied by Miss. Mary Ilamp stage driver. He after vas a great 1 ton. i .vards settled down to the, practice C. R. Walker,' of 'Somerset,' visitefl f law andi.was for vears'the ablest '' relatives here this. week. ' ... j maiii'in Qi'Pgon., Mrs. J. N. Rankin has been qmtt Going back as,;far ,as.;auy'one will ill of, blood poi'sonnig but is now bet.!ft iftt.WsteA in our particular Hdl .! ter.. i " wSLrfmt with Mrs. D.'B. 'Goodwin ' visited th'ei 'niW (Elizabeth, Josenb. who married brother, l)i J.effrie?, ( 6f Ford, iasl aiid lived' laughter. of Harry-tewis- . ( . i ( j A., iii the " .t - i i !i .j .weeic A 'in ttsylvania County, ; of' BoyMr'. AiM 1M. 'Erdrid-'Beaiilast half of the enightecuth eentiny. with le cpunty.(spei)Vtlie,i'.hcinlayS' Tney had . iwi 'reltUiveshere. ' 3. John, who was " kiljell in ClaiK Uoer 'E. QilisenUeri-V,- ' of Madisol li ounty, ivy., in aoia, iiy i uog-ue- at his friend? county, vas piin!gui-witl- i if tobacco; who married and left de '' ' here Saturdays. scendants who live in .Virginia. Mws Jessie Norton Crutcher, ot jl 2. Lewis who lived from lT.-- to Xickolasville,. is the guest of rela 1820, and who married in 1774, 'Eliz- -' ' tives here. .ibeth. (Lewis) Littlepage. ;Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hoblcy, o' 3., James, from 1733 to 1823, and Heidelberg, were the guests of tin .vho left numerous descendants ii? former's aunt, Mrs. A. R. Margin Virginia. during the 'holidays. 4. Jemima, born in 1754; married Miss Lottie Young is slowly im Isaac Graves, of Newborn,. N. C. ; but proving from an illness of appendilater of Orange county, Va., and .left . citis. children who have descendants still Miss Mary E. Day left Tuesda :n Orange and other counties in Virfor (Mount Ilulyoke College in Mas ginia, some of whom have taken good sachusctt, after spending the, holiin' flic events of their day. , days at home. 5. Betty, who died in infancy. who moved here fron John Potts, to. 1814: fi. Joseph, from 1756 Clay City some time Ago has moved .married Mary Ann , and left back there to reside and will mak( that place headquarters in th 7. Winnifred, born 1758, and business. trolmhly died young, as 1 And no furo! Rubbatlian, Miss Elizabeth ther rcfencc to. her in the family hisrclatiye:-here- . Lexington, is the guest of - Hedger Oliver, who ( has been Hll for several weeks, is improving liiee- - John, .died: 4. STF.PIIEN, the one who just died; 5, Joseph; 0, Saraht u who married John JleCalla; 7,F., who married in 1853, A: E. WHAT IS IT SECRETARY Brown; 8, David, died; 0, Lewis,, who also married- - a Miss Bom, sister of Lnke caught it first, v Benjamin's wife'; 10, Maria... ISSUES BANK STAIEMBIT Paul caught it Ihs't, died 5 Lewis, born in 1793, and Mattiew escaped. in Clark county. Ho left oiie daiiy'i- All the girls catch it onep,. Of Four Hundred And Seventy-thre- e ter, Martha Ann, who married1 ta- Boys never have it . late Sam A. Woodford, of this coun Old Sister Mulligan had two ti- State Banks. ty, and Jeft Mildred, Elizabeth, Mary, tacks in succession, Lewis and Lucy. Frankfort. Ky.. Jan. 2. Secretary Poor Dr. Lowell, strange to rel.vV. 0. Elizabeth, bora in 1795, mar caught it behind and before, and the of State Bruner issued a bank stateried John Huston,- and died in Fay case was twice as bad behind as be ment (Monday showing the conditio i of the four hundred and seventy- ette county in 1833. They left Nan fore. Thus reads the scriptures. three state banking institutions as of cy, who married James Hall, of the above For solution to December 5, 1911. The total assci3 M. Boone. ( county, "and left Elizabeth. Capt. S. Bourbon of the state banks amounted this who married Robt. S. Taylor, of The capital stock .fl04.920.7li2.40. county, and are parents of 'Mrs. Sal-li- e FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS is .f20,0St;,(.'!'2.0l): surplus .JdlOl.-123.0- 1 Cunningham, of Lexington, and always give satisfaction becaiis 108,978, 152.57 and depo-ists- .. others. they always do the work.. J. T 7. Waller,, born in 1797; married Shclnut. Bremen, Oa., says: "I havt. NOTICE,in. 1843, Sara A. Dunnhoo, who wa Used Folcv Kidney Pills with grcii the widow, of Whittington, and had alisfaction and found more Melie' I will not be rcspoiisibjc lor uiy-( . .( daughters, Cordelia, Jemima from their use' tha nfrom any otlu- .i:,l three thing charged to me.unles nn ordri Eliza. I've; fried aland Anna kidney nie.liciiic. and is, given for. : the' same signed by me. . .i It will thus be seen .that the IIol- - most all kinds. 1 can cheerfully vCe W1LLIK EMERSUX. kid-.- i ladav blood runs- in . the veins' of omnicnd them to all sufferers for . ruii'j many citizens of this- and; neighbor nev ami WaUtier trouqic. ca-- c o ing .counties,, and, Mr. Stephen IIoN Kidney Pills will cure any SEE"'' not beladay was the oldest member of tin- kidney or bladder trouble Xi you can get your photo 'taken at yond the reach of medicine. tribe at the time of his death. Earp's Sti'diu this week, at greatly Stephen Holladav, who married medicine can do more. 1--2 l21 leduced p ices. (For Sale bv All Druggists. Anna Hickman, had a first cousin Bea-jami- Alc vnur drirtnr hnw often he nrescribes ah akohoKc fdr children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely." A him hnw nftpn he nrp;rrihe; a tonic for them. He wiH DraMfeV answer. " Verv. verv freausntly." Then ask him about Ayet's 3r Sarsapanlla as a tonic lor tne young. Ask Your Doctor i BW' - . .' . :it2-'3J-"- "- -- i.i 1 ,' . - ' ... . , r.r.i 1 'i Benjamin, (the sou of Co). John Ilolladay, of Spottsylvania and counties, Va.) who married Susannah Hickman, the aunt of Stephen's wife. Col. James and Su sannnli Hickman mentioned herein were the children of Edwin Hickman 'r'srj.- - of'Albemarle eouiityj Va., where he was for years a member ,uf the county court, sheriff, and' a maji,of worth, 'llaniiah LewisJr the tlwife pf Col. Hickmanl'aurt mother o,'Auna Holladav; was 'the daughter tff.M.ij; Da vhl 'Lewis', 5f Albemarl j. 'itiajor in the Fre'hca 'and' Indian war justice o the peace, 'aiid sheriff ,of his' count-;- " ' " -- ) HiMost' of the d'eseendan s,o,Ste phen' mut Anna ifolhuf ay settled. ii Jlis.-iouand' after the jimnner-o- f Missiourians, have over '' the West, t ' LUCIEX BEtKXER. ' v . '.i . f- 4 - I; - i.i it: I " ri, : Ji 'V ... , Mr.Lee''Hai!eliaitl rn in vimiii iir j:tah of the1 firm, of Ecton & Hardmac has soldi Iiis half interest out to Mr.0 ""tcv W. W. Ecton his partrl ft ner, effective at once. 'l... - n . i -- - i' I I . - ... I I . This Offer Should Gain The Confi- dence of The Most Skeptical. We pay for all the meilieine used during the trial, if our remedy fails to completely relieve you of constipation. We take all the risk. You are not obligated to us iii anySvay whatever, if you accept ,our offer. That's a mightly 'broad statement, but we mean every word of it. Could anything be more fair to you? A ia-r- chil-drun- c WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOMES, Mrs. W. W. Milam is visiting hci in Soutl Carolina. Mr. Charley Dudley returned Sin day evening from a week's stay ii Chicago with his mother, Mrs. Nan nie Dudley, whom he reports. as wel pleased with the Windy City.-Siuir- e S. W. Parsley and sou John, have returned" from North Carolina, where they went for the holidays. Mrs. Pursley is spending months at Asheville for he; health. Mr. Vcnable Hammonds, who holds a gocd position at Cincinnati,., will leave Tuesday night to resume hi work, after several days' visit in daughter, Jfrs.lD. 1. Peele, the city. Misr-e- s - . Beulah and Bertie Thompf tj S AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK. Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Admission 10c Skates free. Inc. Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c, Manager. WINCHES' Skates 15c. Particular, attention- to Ladies.) Beginners taught free from 10 to 12 A. M. Main Street iBIoomf ield & Ratliff D. B. SOOBEC, Frspc , Mgr. BflaBaHBHalBHi flflHH most scientific, common-sens- e treatment is Rcxall Orderlies, which 8. Stephen- - born Sept.. 8, 17C0; are eaten like candy. Their active emigrated t I$ntucky about 1784-principle is a recent scientific ?ilid yho died as I am 'informed in cvcry that is odorless colorless, 1805. Will .take him up later. and tastcles; very pronounced, gen!). Benjamin. tle, and. pleasant in nction, and par10. Thomas. ticularly agreeable in every way. 11- Williatn.;f.r know nothing This ingredient docs not cause diariboul the descendants of the last rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping, or three mentioned, but presume they other inconvenience. Rexall Orderleft them in abundance, .ns it will the lies are partipuhirly-co- d for chileasily seen that these were no "race dren, aged and delicate persons. suicide'' people. If you suffer from chronic or ha. Stephen Ilolladay, above, married, bitual constipation, or the associate about 178.1, Anna, the daughter of or depenednt chronic ailments, we and .Hjinnah (Lwvi?' urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at Col. Jalne-Hickman, who also setticti in C'lai'k our risk- - .Remember, yo.u can get and have left numerous descendant.-her- e them in Winchester only at our amougt our bit people... They store. 12 tablets, 10 cents: 30 tabli had ets-. 25 cents; ,80 tablets. 50 cent. 1. Elliott, boin 1780, was a memSold only at onr store The Rexall. ber. i Maj. Jphn Martiu's command Store. Phillips Drug Store, 5G S. at the River Raish where- he' was Main street. Raptured on lfie"22nd of January. .ISjIj. , Jle martied Rachael Jbhnsoii NOTICE and moved' to Pike county, Mo. They The regular .yearly . had eleven childreiu gofhe 2. Jemima, born 1788; married in Stockholders of the Home Buildin 1809, Elijah Harris and had only one and Saving Association will be iheld child; Lucy, who married Benj. R. at - the office of the Association, af Waller, of this county, and moved to ten o'clock, Saturday, January fi, Cooper comity, Mo., ia 141, they 1912! Stockholders arp invited' to , t b'c present. ' hud fourteen" children. 3. James, died single. . , V. W. BUSH. President. I ,4. Joseph: 1791; iatne' tory. 5, All knowing themselves indebted to this firm will please call and settle their account or make arrangements to settle the same on pre--sentation . as the business must be wound up by January 15th, 1912. ECTON & HARDMAI JONES BUILDING North Main Stn s . 4 - . A NEW AND CELEBRATED TE LIME OF THE HARNESS . THE KIND THAT .W way. AND' SADDLES, ARE' GUARANTEED. h ( Vr.4 . cn WDiCHISTIl, KT. r f I? : C - X Put Ft. .v-Wr- ; AD WOLGAST " ' I , Sunday the Y. M. C. 'A. called oh him for $35,0.00 for its new building, but the greatest blow fell, when Gebrge "We NOTICE To Tobacco Growers: FOLEY'S HONEY AND "TAR POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE" WINCHESTER CLASSTED COLUMN iFerguson, the Rockefeller ice man, SERtOUSLY ILL told him his lake was leaking, and even if zero weather should come this winter the ice crop would be small and prices would have to adThreatened With PnewnSnia at The vance nest' summer.. Hmm ef His Manaeer, Thomas Ferguson lives on the Rockefeller J 5? estate, but Rockefeller docs not' li'itf Jeaes. n.-- t ctir.trol his business.' Last riuri- Wol-gas- t, Jmcr Ferguson's lake started to steal Los. Angeles, Jan. 2. Ail away, and the Superintendent wrote cUampioti lightweight pugilist . of the world is seriously ill sit the Mi-- Rockefeller, in Cleveland, that home o.liis manager, Thomas Jonc, a new dam was needed. Mr. Rockat Venice, being threatened vitii efeller wired back: "Don't know' what pneumonia. He contracted a seri- - kind of a dam Ferguson wants, but ous cold on an automobile trip. It do anything to stand in with the ice ' is believed to have settled Jungs. in his re SURE ID BREAK SEVERE Cfllll From WHl Overcwne All Distress it A lad Ceid Or The Grippe In Just A Few Hews. The' most severe cold will be broken, and all grippe misery ended after "taking a dose of Pape's Cold Compound every two haul's until' three consecutive doses are taken. You will distinctly feel all the disagreeable symptoms leaving after the very first first dose.. he most miserable headache, dullness, bead and nose stuffed up, sneezing, running of the noee, sore throat, mucous catarrhal discharges, soreness, stiffness, rheumatism pains and other distress van- it r ishes. 3 suit of tnree years' research at a cosjjflf more tljan fifty thousand rnd( contains no quinine, which is offered for. .tlic,aj:i;est and convic- we lia've.couelusivelv demonstrated is '. jfi'JMi i j Charles Duliam, Lovin'gton, 111., parties that pot. effective in the treatment of colds tiou of the Paftj(Jj9-broke the Wk. , .of the . Winchotci has succeeded in 'finding a positive 'jjlijl?iyle ajidAdcst roved cure for 'bed wetling" "Mv little biv , .Take this harmless Compound as Gun Club property. wet. the bed every night clear tluo' rccledj vjfh thef knowledge that on the lloo'r. 1 tried several kinuV WlNCHESTjER GUN CLUB there is no other medicine made a'nv- kidney medicine and I was m the ot f . , where else in the world, which will drug looking for something difcure. your cold or end Grippe misery ' ) JV.".Y. ferent' to help him when I heard ojf as Jjrp,PPtly and without any other MONEY' BACK: Foley' Kidney Pills. After 'he had as a pssigJpnce,(or bad' taken them two days we could see a cnt. package of Pape's Cold Com- change and when he had taken Pjounwhich .( any druggist in "the ' of a bottel he was cured. That t n CURE mi) ffftfoffl inpp;-,,.'- t X' is about six 'weeks ago audi he has woe. ' not wet in bed since.' . Elizabeth's mother rose and led hei "'"a )i.EW. YEAR'S GREETING ' small daughter to the bathroom ant ' .For Sale bv AH Druggists. bathed her face thoroughly. Phillips Drug Stcre Guarantees ParThe following was given Dr. GumAfter that she took the very woeCURS'!! FURS!! FURS! begone infant into the mother's owr isian Sage For Dandruff And Fallming, of the First Presbyterian room and sat down in the big rockin; cliurch. Reading it as his desire for ing Hair. Will pay you the nighest Cash chair with Elizabeth in her lap ant" his congregation, he also wants t rocked her until the sobs had ceased Prices for your Furs. resuli When the pass it on to all the people of Think of it dear reader, if PARJ. "W. HISEL had been gained she went to he: ISIAN SAGE isn't the most invigBridge Junk Shop dresser and took out a paper bag oi And now comes "My New Year's orating and pleasant hair dressing soft molasses candy. Elizabeth's eyes No. 23 North Maple st glistened. "Wish" to you: May the New Year yon ever used money back. "Now," said Elizabeth's mother, "we East Tennessee Phone 215, Home bring to you blessing and prosperity If it doen't banish dandruff, stop Phone 596. are going to have a perfectly beautiful treat, just us two." Sunshine and cheer peace and hair from falling and do away with Fairly radiating joy, Elizabeth burjoy a year in which no cloud shall calp itch money back. 50 cents ied her more or less uncertain little dim the vision of the Christ, who at Phililps Drug Store and druggists tooth in the piece of candy. Then SAVED AND she removed the candy hastily, gavt giveth all that is good, so lovingly everywhere. , it one look and immediately set up a abundant! May you fill each day "PARISIAN SAGE as a hair shriek that made the plaster nearlj with kindness, be gentle in heart, grower and scalp cleaner is all start from the walls. ONE KILLED sincere, in nurpose, a real helper to right." Mrs. Dora M. Daniels, Wil"Wow, wow, wow!" She took up all about you! May the Three liamson, W. Ya. the cry where she had dropped it a n Sixty-si- x steps'- of 'PARISIAN SAGE cured riic of short time before "Wow, wow, wowr Hundred Twelve ..be a golden terrible itching of the scalp." 'Mrs. When Bertha Reinan Stepped in My tooth's gone, and Tom said " The shriek ceased as suddenly as it d stairway, elading onward and C- P. Pcpe, Oxford, Ala. Front of Her Stepfather, Receiv- had begun. Two large tear drops were by the pathway of helpfu', arrested midway down her fat cheeks ing Two Bullets Intended for Her and a smile, beginning in a very small clecrful, service to fulliie.--s of joy IS A way, grew and grew until it threatand victory through Jeus Clui.--t, ened to bisect her face. She ran to Mother. oar Lord! May the Lord bless the the mirror and regarded intently the FOIL FLEDGED CITY gap left by the departed tooth. and keep thee! New York, Jan. 2. Bertha Rein"Why, mother Tom thaid, he thald girl, stepped in that when my tooth came out he an. a And Salaries of All of The City front of a revolver in the hands of thaid that he knew a girl who looked 'Another year is dawning! just like me, with little poppy eyes Officials Have Been Reduced by her stepfather, George Denz, a salesDear Master, let it be, and pink hair ribbonth, and when her Old Board of Aldermen. In working or in waiting. man, and received in the temple two. tooth came that when my tooth , Another year with Thee! bnllets which had been intended for came out that when her tooth wath gone that I wouldn't know how to do Akron, O., Jan. 2. Barberton. a her mother. anything but just whithle! He thaid town of 12,000 population, founded Another year is. dawning! The girl died in an 'ambulance an that when that girl's tooth that look" Dear Master, let it be, in 18fl0 by Ohio C. Baibar the mil- hour later. The mother was unined like me wath gone she couldn't ever talk again. And, mother, it -- On earth, or else in Heaven, lionaire match king, has become a jured. wathn't tho! It kind o' hitheth when city. Another year with Thee!" Mrs. Denz and her husband had I do it, but I can talk! I can talk The change has resulted in niany been separated for several months. jutht ath much ath ever!" Elizabeth's mother fled hastily into' complications, certain legislation be- She was returning home from a jp t the next room and buried "her head POOR D. ing held up because of the fact that New Year's celebration early Monin a thick bath robe which was hangt.. it was impossible to complete the day morning when the man accosted ing in the corner of the closet. "The eternal feminine!" she chok-- : I:T!nrytpwu,,X. Y.,..a,u. .2. The transactions before the chair her and her daughter in the streets. "ed. "How her father" would enjoy" It v outlook for government took place. new year has a cheeriest After a few angry words he level- if I should tell him! But I don't believe I'll tell him. I think this is a John D. Rockefeller. Since he lost One of tire last moves of the retired the revolver at his wife, but jut case in which only a mother can thor(President of tlie Standard ing Town Council was to reduce the bis job as at that moment the girl sprang for- oughly sympathize." Oil Company one misfortune after salaries of the Mayor and practically ward and cried,- "Go away and dou't The Cause. another has been dogging him around every other official, and there apbother mamma." "How do you account for those half his Pocantko Hills estate. pears to be doubt if a Service DiA moment later she fell mortally dozen houses of yours in the block First, he lost his lake: then the rector and a Safety Director can be going off so soon?" wounded. 'Because in them I had the six best village of Tarrytown turned down procured for the figures fixed 13 the cellars." hU contract for oiling the roads; Aldermen. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWSdol-jr- s, I i advertised to begin our' sales of loose leaf tobacco at Winchester Ky., on January 2, 1912, but decided it was to the best interest .of the sellers of tobacco to postpone this sale until Tuesday', January 9, 1912.. Our reason for postponing the sale is the fact that three of the four companies into which the American Tobacco Company has been divided I assured us that they had not had time to fully organize' their force of buyers, on account of tlie American Tobacco Company having done business as formerly up to December 31, 1911. man." We feel sure that we will have buyers next week with instructions to POLITICS FOR buy tobacco at the full market price. The growers should realize that we are starting our sales under very MAIL CARRIERS peculiar conditions such as have never existed before, and it will take :i little time to get everything in shape for business. fOur shipping Rural Carriers Must Not Take Any facilities 'are' as good as .:any in thL' Active Part in Politics. Order is Burley belt and if the .growers will be patient we will promise that al! Signed by Mr. Taft. will be done to secure for tnem 'the full market price for their tobacco;, i 2. Several Washington, Jan. Two members of our Board of thousand rural free delivery letter have been in toucli with the carriers are barred from active par neacl men of the tobacco' business ticipation in politics by an executive and we feel sure that we can promorder signed by President Taft. ise our patrons that everything posIt forbids the rural letter carriers from pernicious activity in politics sible will be done to protect their inand empowers the Civil Service Com- terest. We have ample storage room and mission to dismiss any one found to are in shape to receive all tobacco be so engaged. The .rural carirers like all other ready for delivery. .Attend the sale on January 9, 1912 postoffiee employes are not to be denied the right of politcal belief and and see a fully equipped house with looseleaf market. discussion of candidates and issues, an Yours very truly; but their active participation in poPLANTERS' LOOSE LEAF WARElitical alTairsjvill be stopped. HOUSE COMPANY. ' W REGARD By R. M. Scobee', Manager. $50 . Elizabeths " Peril 'Elizabeth. Elizabeth's mother, for whom the sound, familiar though it was, has never been robbed, of its terrors, ran out of her bedroom and half way down the stairs to meet her waiting offspring. She sank down upon one of the steps and Instantly a pair of frantic arms were locked about her knees and a Dutch cropped head and a huge pink hair ribbon were buried In her lap. Elizabeth's mother gathered into her protecting arms the head, the pink bows and as much as possible of the plump, pathetically heaving body. "What's the matter with mother's baby?" she asked tenderly. wow!" answered "Wow, wow, Elizabeth. Elizabeth's mother clasped her little daughter closer to her. "Are you hurt, darling?" she queried, anxiously. "Wow, wow, wow!" The pink bows vibrated violently, but indefinitely. "Elizabeth, "dear," said her mother trying to uncover the hidden face "you must stop crying and tell me what's the matter. Are you hurt?" The head merely burrowed deepei into the friendly lap. "It's It's m) tooth," gasped Elizabeth, finally. ex sweetheart?" "Your tooth, claimed her mother. "Does it ache?' "No, I don't guess so." The answei came in a tone that was something between a bellow and a sniffle. "Then what's the matter?" Eliza beth's mother was growing slightlj peevish under the strain. "Elizabeth you've got to stop howling and tel d faci me." She raised the and held it firmly between her twi hands. "Xow, tell me," she said, authori tatively. "If your tooth doesn't acht what are you shrieking about?" There was a fresh i outburst of tears but with ithe flood came thei words: "It's oh, it's coming out!" Elizabeth's mother gaye a little slgl of relief. She kissed the top, of thi, anguished head. "That's nothing, tc cry about,- precious," she said, com fortingly. "You'll soon, have a.nict new oue in its'place."i "Oh, I don't, mind the tooth," wall ed - Elizabeth, "but Tom ald oh dear! Oh, dear' me! We was all oui " playin ' "We 'were' out' playing," corrected Elizabeth's mother; gently. "Yfessum. ' We was ; all out playin' and Tom he come along " "Tom came along, baOy," Elizabeth! , mother1 said, patiently. "Yessum. And Tom he come.alonp and he said " The remainder of thi story was lost in another wpop o, tear-staine- iA whoop of mingled rage, terror and pain penetrated, to the upper re-- , gions and heralded the coming of Mr. Jag. McCaffery, Mgr. of the Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Ne'b., recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, because it cures in eveiy case. "I have iiseH if iinVclf and SATURDAY rhavc recommended it to many i.th-e)who' have since Hold me of if great cnratUve power in diseases of' the. throat and lungs." .Foley's Honey and Tar Compound js, a reliable The Laughing Comedy family medicine. Give it to your children, and take it 'yourself when, you feel a cold coming on. It checks md cures coughs, colds and ciflup ind prevents bronchitis and pneumonia. Re fuse substitutes. 'For Sale by All Druggists. -s THEATRE JAN, . CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS le a wsrtf fir a stank 2c a rrtf far tftraa emmHw aiarfa. A a- G, sartlaax. Kc. a wert far aaca iMMiaal fcsertlsn. 10c a wort! par ataata. Scattered Insertion. Is atari a ar Insertion. ttathiai Insartai far laaa Hmb taa Success cants. MatMni charga far laaa tkaa IS eaata. aa aanics THE GIRL AND TRACY AND STOKELY FINE FARM FOR SALE THE TRAMP RAILROAD LEXINGTON AND EASTER h RAILWAY COMPANY I J TABLES No. 1 No. a 1 'WESTBOUNT Dv. Quicksand, Ky. ... BailyJDjily a. m. p. m 1:25 1:50 1:57 2 Vr. 5:05 . . 5:10 5:35 Athol, Ky Beattyville Jnct. Ky 6:03 6:25 Torrent, Ky ,6:43 Campton, Juct., 7iL9 Clay City, L. & E. Junction .. 7:51 Winchester, Ky. .. 8:05 Lexington, Ky. . . 8 :50 Jackson, Ky O. &" K. Junction Ky.,. 2:51 3:12 3:30 4:05 4 37 4:505 u55 145 acres; 10 miles from WinHas good chester, on good pike. residence of 9 rooms; all necessary A Sparkling Comedy With Music. outbuildings; one tobacco barn 144x 5G; one tobacco barn 44x60; good Same attraction played in Louisville week of December 17 stock barn; black smith shop, etc. Has good young orchard; well and Cincinnati Xmas week. fenced and watered; most all tobacco land; in fact, there is no better A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION. farm in Clark county and an ideal home, being in one of. the- - best PRICES 35c and 50c. neighborhoods and close j tft .school Price right. j and church. GALLERY 25c. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES S.. REAL ESTATE. 0 LC37 Pair Dailyf Dailj p. m. a. m v. Lexington, Ky 1:35 7:2( Winchester, Ky. ..' 2:17 8:03 L. & E. Junction . . 2 :35 8 :1b 8:50 Clay City, Ky. 3:05 Campton Junt . .. 3:47 9:27 4:04 9:41 Torrent, Ky Beattyville Juct .. 4:25 ,10:01 ... ..,4:52110:3(1 , , Athol, Ky., .0.' & K. Junction . 5:19 10:57 5:25.111:05 Jackson, Ky... 11:25 r. Quicksand, Ky. f EASTBOUND No.2j No. 4 rent. Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or A specialty of sales. BLOOMFIELD & nose glasses on street. Return to C. C. Robbins, this office and receive reward. . 3t WANTED Lot ... RATLIFF ... Auditorium Bldg. to exchange thirty-M- r shares in the 1 lagan Gasoline Engine Co-- , for shares in the Hurley Tobacco Co. I have no advantage of you. I have uever seen a statement of cither of them. T. C. Robinson. 12-30-- 3t ... J J ' f. D. . A,c'0NNEpTmN:' - Mtt ,':rip HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms with gas and water. Apply to 'A. n. Sympson, corner Maple and Hickman streets. 12-29- -tf ('ti.i!i5i,r ; 0. H7" YICPraiaat lot. CuMrJ .EXINGT0N Train tfo. 1 will make onuection at Lexington, w,ith ihe L lake ponneetiij.wHji the L. & N. at exingtoni for, Cincinnati, Qhio. fraifasxlos. JAMPjTON. J MNCTiON ','2, 3 and 4jwjll. make copnectiori .jtb, Mountain- - Central Railway t nd from Campton., JEATTYVILLE JUNCTION-Tr- aini .Jos. 1. 2 and 3 will make connection the L. & A. Railway for Beatty-ill,. .... I . I J Clark County National BANK ' HI I CttabR. FOR SALE or RENT 27 4 acres' of excellent larid modern' improvements, all new; 1 mile fro'mVin- chester on Rni'kervillc pike. ' J. H.' ii '! . .1 u H - ,,' .NettbCrry? h. Tcnn. phone, lol. 3-" 12-28- -tf V m , after-effec- kd 1B 'T " ts -- two-thir- 1 e. -- fcccjnls ' "2nd Merchants, farmers Traders Solicited Walla on WANTt'D Management;' of small i " man and wife; farm hy i ' cood nicker and experienced m cxtensic poultrjr raising. Salary Write or Alfred A kinson, Winchester, Ky. . all-rou' T 1 1 "' ). & 'K. JUNCTION Trains Nos. 2. t and 4 will make connection with )hio & Kentucky Railway for Cannc'-lity- , Ky., and O. & K. Stations. CHARLES SCOTT, General Passenger Agent 12-28-- 6t ' ejection; ill Poinh.1 furniture. FOR SALE- - Household Apply to Ira Tanner, CO Winn avenue. FOR SALE 12-27- Cepital and Sunihis -t $350,000.00 AYin-cbest- d LIUISVILLE in 10:25 Southhuni. 7 Cincimati-Kxoxville I NASHVILLE Timothy aad clover hay; either in small or large quantities. M. S. Miller, city. 12-11- -tf loc lf a. m. .9 31 , Cincinnati-Jaoksonvil- ll-18-4- S3 So. imited, 10:52 a. m. Wo. Maysville-Staufor- 01 d Iocs Paii.-irriv- ith Cincinnati connection at at 6:30; departs at Cincinnati-Atlant- 0':35 p- - m Lexington Laundry Company can save you express on Dry Cleaning which is our speciality. R. SID ELKIN, Agent. ' " FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, the best on the market; yards on West : Clark County Con Broadway. struction Qompany. 11-28- -tf 3 Q J- - a limited Horn 11:22 p. m. northbound Insure in ""("iM DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST, raoae 7W. Offlet Hours STROTHER'S Uun-drodan- d. Nine-tec- 'iip-trar- - SHOWN To. 34 Atlanta-Cincinna- ti Umiti: 4:52 a. m. ioca: No. 10 Stanford-Haysnll- a mnectinsr t Paris fnr Cincinnat' Ine at 7:15, leaves at 7:22 a m. lo-No. 38 Knoxville-Cincinna- ti arrives 2:48; departs 2:53 p. m No. 33 Jwk8onviU-Cmniin4- li limited 5:37 p. m. All are daily, except Nos. 8 ant 10, which are daily except Sunday. L OLD RELIABLE AND Fifth HoorJIcEMowBey BaUdlaf. FIRE INSURANCE Mffka FratmKy WINCHESTER, KY. REAL ESTATE AGENCY Mr, PttM M5 THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. ; LESAM 010 JETT WHISKY FOR The JETT mrfcit art INI KEI CHESAPEAKE & flrUt. a. m. p. m. p. c p. in. Best m Eastfeoand. No. 26, Daily, Ex. Sun. . .8:45 No. 22. Daily 12J.0 Jo. 28, Daily Smi .. 6:30 9 10 Ko. 24, Daily r Terms Cash GILBERT & GO. Home Phons 37 at o. full-fledg- ed IN Westbout C. No. 27, Daily, Ex. Sun. . .6:22 a. m. 7:48 a. m. No. 21, Ddly f o. 25, Daily Ex Bus . . 2 50 p. m. ( 15 p. m No. 23, Daily Glldey's Generosity. "Did the Gildeys have much trouble In arranging their separation?" "No. At least, not until they reached the child. They hare but one child, you know." "How about the dogs?"' "That was easy. They had two dogs." "1 see. Well, what did they do?" "Why. Glldey suddenly developed a streak of generosity. He took the child and let his wife hare both dogs.' H. L. o'""op;i".""o J. M. STEVENSON Attorney-at-Law Bring Yew Furs, Hifcs And All Kinds ef Metal ta CHAS. ZIGMAN Junk shea at Wainscett Court, North Wain street, anal " get the Highest Cash Prices. o.o. ....o - ml(gla "MOSS THAN WET" 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. A PENDLETON, IUSH Attaraeys-at-Law 4 BUSH 6th Floor McEldowney Bnildinjc SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. VfiAchaataT - Ky - f V j" f,'' v"V y I!