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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 3, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912010301_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 3, 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. fcSSS5 THE Jv VOLUE 7; Ne, 83. : WlitMfER HEWS CggD WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1912. The creation of a Public Utilities Commission. . i A uniform- - system of accounting for all public offices handling money Laws for the protection of la borers engaged in hazardous em ployment and regulating the arbitra 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK ASSOCIATED you have given mo during the past year. Any time the pastor can serve you, please call upon me. Remember I am your servant Beard of Directors Holds Meeting and I have tried to be faithful. If In Fraternity Building. Report of I have failed I beg forgiveness; if I have brought any sunshine to your Secretary. life or home, I rejoice that I had the opportunity. Always remember me hi The directors of. the Winchester your secret and family devotion that Associated Charities held their reg- my life and work may be acceptable ular monthly meeting Tuesday after- both to Gcd. and man. noon iii the Fraternity building. Sincerely yours to serve, Only those present can realize the GEORGE W. SHEPHERD. magnitude of the work undertaken by this organization, which is slowly . but surely taking its place as a perFUNERAL SERVICES manent fixture of our hustling town. Besides the Santa Clans sent to OF MR. JOHN P. enlighten so many childish hearts and the basket dinner sent to fifty or moic needy homes, there were the Take Place Front The Residence ai CHARES little more, cling a little closer to the Master's love and life below will lifcer grow to that life above. 1 want lo tliank you for the hcjrly SOUTHERN GAS Organized On BLAU COMPANY Tuesday With A Of- tion'of labor troubles. A law prohibiting peonage and the slave trade, regardless of color. The imposition of severe penalties upon officers who fail to protect pris- j oners Religious as well as civil liberty ;n Kentucky and opposition to raisin; any religious test as a qualification for holding any office in state or Nation. Capital Stcck of $2,003,000. ficers Are Elected. usual calls. The General Secretary reported: .Appeals for assistance, 22. Families helped, 1G. Cases reported to police, 1. Expenditures. 20.90. Fuel, $13.75.. Drugs, $2.35. One pair shoes, $2.50. One boy's suit, $1.75. Merchandise, $1.59. One cot for nurse, $1.35. Salary of nurse. $14.50. This does not include the Xmas expenditures of $100.43, which were met by ehurch and private contributions collected for the purpose. The directors wish to thank all who have given so generously this month to this worthy work, especially to Mr. Scrivener for the shoes and underwear and Mr. Conkwright for tJie use of team and men to deliver the Christmas offerings. Surely it is 'Morc blessed to give than, receive." , , 85 He warns the legislators that after Fetter. presenting the financial conditions ol Louisville, Ky., the state, as furnished by the AudiTreasuier II. G. Garrett, Win- tor of Public Accounts, that Senachester, Ky. tors and Representatives should be Directors careful in making appropriations, II. Terstcgge, Louisville, Ky., pres- and be sure that there is money ident the Stratton & Terstcgge Co. available to pay such appropriation-i- s 240 Boone Avenue, On Wednesday Louisville, Ky., president the Anmay be authorized by lav.-- . chor Stove and Range Co., New Horning. On the subject of direct primary Ind. elections Governor McCreary writesThe funeral services over the reGeo. G. Fetter, Louisville, Ky.. ''If we wish voters to take an inmains of Mr. John P. Bush took president the Geo. G. 'Fetter Co.. terest in the candidates and in thr place from tflie residence, at 24C Louisville. Ky.: president the Fettei 3lections, wo must have method's foi Boone avenue, on Wednesday morn- Lighting and Heating Co., Louisville nominating parly candidates which ing at 10 o'clcok by Eld.. J. W. Ky. will insure general participation in Harding and Rev. J. II. MacNeill. Fn.nk Hastings, New York, presithe election and I believe that priThe following were the pallbearers-Messrsdent Indianapolis Gas Company, InVive-Preside- nt The Southern Blau-Ga- s Company was incorporated at Louisville, Ky.. on Tuesday with a capital stock of $2,000,000. Officers were chosen as follows : President II. Terstcgge, Louis ville, Ky. Geo. G. v, - . A. II. Symplon, George B. Nelson, Sr., Chas. B. Ecton, J. W. .Poyntor, Jas. H. Evans and A. .F. Duckworth. Mr. Bush died Monday morning al the home of his son. Mr. C. S. Bush at Torrent. He was a popular am1 highly esteemed citizen, and thr family has the deep sympathy of the '"X communitv. OPPORTUNTY IV nrrrnrn t urrtntu ! 'H 4 IMM.FOR, ISfilVV iS'iH ,! ,. , Whereby People of Winchester, May t:i .WEEK: OF PRAYER .Lear All About Automobiles i Ant " Gasoline Engines. Churches of City to Join in Union 1W tV - Probably never before have tin people of this section had such ai ippottunity to learn all about auto leginning January 8. mobile and gasoline engines as wil Mlaliluio of ;Lc dy hr.d a mec.-in- g be presented at J. R. Martin Coa' Wednesday morning and it was and Supply Company, Winchestei decided that the Week of Prayer on Friday January 12, when then will be free illustrated lectures dewould be observed beginning Monday, January 8. All the churches livered on the subject by Mr. Ira S will join in n union prayer meeting Barnett, of the Kentucky Automobile each evening. The program will be Company, Louisville. There will b' two lectures, the first at 2 o'clocl published later. in the afternoon and the second ai 7:30 in the evening. MESSAGE OF LOVE Few men in Kentucky, if any, an better posted on the subject of au - ,AND GOOD WISHES tomobiles than is Mr. Barnett anr his lectures on the snbject are deIs Sent Out to Members of Central void of technicalities and prove in tensely interesting to all, whethei Baptist Church by The Pastor, they are mechanically inclined oi not. An experienced engineer him- Rev. Geo. W. Shepherd. elf, Mr. Barnett is an authority oiHew Geo. W. Shepberd, pastor ? all mechanical questions aifd his ten the Central Baptist church, has sent years of experience in the automo out cards bearing the following bile business have qualified liim to message of love and good fellowship speak with knowledge on the subject. to members of his congregation: In order that every point may bf Winchester, Ky., Jan. 1, 1912. made very clear and easily under- My Dear Christian Friend: tood by all, the speaker will have Another year has passed into his- with him various vital parts of ar tory and to the Central Baptist intomobile and to make it still clear church it ha s been a glorums year. er to ins hearers, he will have or chnsis- bv means o.f God has bk.ssed us farbeyond our hand a cut-oexpectations and to Him' we give the which the entire assembled maehinr glory. We enter upon the new year may be examined anrt explained ti with bright prospects and great ex- the greatest advantage. This chaspectation. God is anxious to give Us sis has been especially prepared fo every needed blessing if we will oidv these lectures and is in even wa chassis that will 1k like the cut-oe to place ourselves in a them. To accomplish the grea' exhibited at the New York. Chicagr task before us. which God has given and other national auto'.uobile shows us to do will demand the same uii'ty. this winter. effort, untiring zeal and abiding faith These lectures arc of.&in educawith which we have worked the past tional nature, with the idlsof givinp year. Will you do your Jbest yoi-the public generally a comprehendead level best this year and deter- sive Inowledge of tbe automobile mine by God' grace to speak a and gasoline engine, but there will be shade more kindly than the year be no admission charge and everything fore, pray a little oftener, love a will be free, Prayer Meeting Each Evening, ut po.-itiut r ' lccommend the enactment of a direct primary election law providing Lumpresident Broadhead-Garre- tt that primary elections shall be conber Company; president the Shawnee ducted under lawful authority and at Lumber Company; Railroad CommisDublic expense and to be regulated sioner, Third Kentucky District. n the same manner and subject to J. M. Stevenson, Winchester, Ky.. the same penalties and violations Attorney and Counsellor at Law. theli-asof regular elections." Hugo Lieher, New York, president The next subject discussed by Govv..,-i-- . 1 ;i.,.,. x- - ri,. . r;tu, ernor McCreary in hisinessago i's 'the s lSlau-iia1 zrpany o! Countiv. Unit. His utterance ,'on 'thin VmbvienU subject is as follows:"So much has been spoken' and nnrinv IIHI written about) extending the present 'ui if rim III UHLrtlll Ull'JLU A local option law as applied to t'iC' PLEDGES BE- KEPT rale bf liquonso.th.it the citizens of each and every county in the state 1 .; nil ' i may determine for themselves wheth'n Addition He Recommends The er spiritous, vinous or .malt liquors may bo sold therein, that I do not icting Enactment of Fair ileem it necessary to discuss this important question at length. Bill Fcr Kentucky. Thee State Democratic Platform declared Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 3. In his in favor of it in strong and unmissent takable terms, and I have already in ncssage to the legislature, Governor James B. Mc- this message declared for it and for Tuesday, creary not only uiges the fulfillment legislation to carry out the pledge. if every pledge made in the Demo- I want to say, however, with emphacratic platform, but that in addi- sis that the question of regulating or tion a fair and equitable suppressing the liquor traffic should act be passed by the present be settled on its own merits without icneral Assembly so as to conform regard to other questions that will lo the requirement of the constitu-- . come before you and wisdom, as well tion. as harmony, demand that you settle The Governor sets out as the most it, and take it out of politics." Second in importance to the counto be done by important of ty unit plank, Governor McCreary he legislature the following: The adoption of a more practica disenss the taking of the State's ble common school system, giving penal institutions out of politics. He woman suffrage in school elections. sets out in his message the entire To encourage load and bridge plank on this subject and says that Snilding and with reasonable state the State Democratic convention was no stronger or more emphatic on any aid. The submission to the people ot subject, ne points out the declaraan amendment to the Constitution tion adopted unanimously by Jhe giving the General Assembly power State Convention and approved by to classify property for the purpose the people and by the press of Kentucky. Quoting Chapter 97, article of taxation.. The removal of all politics from 1, section 3793 of the Kentucky Statutes, that "The General Assemstate prisons. The creation of a department, of bly, may at any time remove any or all of the members of the Board of banking. with or without The nomination and' election of Commissioners, United States Senators by the direct cause," the Governor has the following to say: vote of the people. Organization "In accordance with the platform, and among the farmers of the State and I recommend that so much of the law. asre'quires three Prison Commisr llso .among the laboring men. sioners to be elected by the General will destroy all corSuch laws as Assembly be repealed, and their rerupt lobbying. The extension of the present local spective terms of office be terminatboard, option law so that the citizens of ed, and that a every county may determine consisting of four members, be apeach and for themselves whether liquors may pointed by the Governor, by and be sold therein. with the advice and consent of the to be held at Senate, for a term of four years, The direct primary, public expense. and two members of the said' board A corrupt practices act. . should be selected .from the political -n e dianapolis, Ind.; president Commercial Acetylene Co., New York City: director United States Rubber Co. Howard Page, New York, capitalist; formerly director Standard Oi' Co.; director Continental Rubber Co II. G. Garrett. Winchester, Ky. mary elections is the best plan to se- - 'ect nominees for the various offices. The direct primary is in line with thr advanced thought of the time, and ln.pc for good men in office aw flean government in administration ...x',.. nt LEXINGTON COMPANY QUITS FUNERAL OF MRS. Lexington, Ky.. Jan. 3. The .stockholders of the Skyo Paint ROBERT WALDEH Company, a Lexington manufactory, LEAVES FOR EUROPE met Tue.-da- y and voted to go into voluntary liquidation. The company Remains of Beloved Woman Laid ti has paid no dividends. It is net Rest Wednesday Following ImAlleged to Have Gone to Europe to insolvent. A committee was appointed to at pressive Services. Escape Testifying in Steel Trust tend to the closing up of the business composed of President Milton Probe. Funeral services over the remains Young, Vice President John Scott. of Mrs. Robert Walden were held Secretary George B. Ott. George C. Wednesday Washington, Jan. 3. With the afternoon at 2 o'clock Morgan and Dr. J. E. Neely. view of placing on the witness star.' at the Church of Chirst, on Fairfax street. J. Pierpont 'Morgan, the organ"::er Rev. J. H. MacNelll and Eld. J. W. of the Steel Trust, Represeutarivt; E INDORSES Harding conducted the services. Stanley, of the Steel Investigating Mrs. Walden was tenderly loved Committee, has been in communicaby everybody, her charitable deeds tion with a man in New York who NEGRO LYNCHING and gentle smile winning a place in has an intimate knowledge of the big the hearts of all who know her, financial world and who gave him which cannot be filled. much valuable information. As soon District Judge Jchn Pritchard, of as Mr. Morgan learned of this fact Tahlequat, Okla., Indorsed The SPECIAL RATES TO THE WEST. and it became apparent that he was Lynching of Robert Turner. to be one the early witnesses before Mr. Earl Z. Giblon, traveling the investigating committee, he hurFt. Smith, Ark. Jan. 3 The lynch- passenger agent, of Cincinnati, O., riedly took his departure to Europe. ing of Robert Turner, negro, at Mul-drorepresenting the Union Pacific RailThis statement was made liere oi: Okla.. Sunday, after he had road Company and the Southern Pathe authority of one familiar with all murdered George Cason. a white cific Company, was in Winchester the facts. It was announced at the farmer, and attacked Mrs. Cason, Wednesday. Mr. Gibion states that the. comtime of his departure Saturday that was indorsed Monday by District Mr. Morgan's stay abroad would be Judge Pitchford, of Tahleqimh. Okla. panies aie offering special colonists y indefinite. It can be stated with au and County Attorney J. E. Sehockel-for- d, rates to the West, beginning thority that the Stanley committee They declared March 10 and continuing until April of Sallisaw. will exhaust every effort to compel they would not invoke the law to 10. Mr. Morgan's presence before the punish members of the mob. committee. "If there ever was a crime under MARKETS Of course, if the great financiei Ihe sun that deserved the punishpersists in remaining abroad unti ment that black brute received, it Cincinnati, Jan. 2. Catt'e the expiration of the life of the pres was the affair at Muldrow." said Strong at yesterday's advance . ent Congress, March a year hence, Judge Pitchford. "The mob saved sh'ppei ?(i7. extra $7.107r2"; it will be impossible to compel his ap the county a big expense by lynchbat.-he- r steers, extra $G.3oG.."0. pearance before the committee. He ing the negro, as well as preparing good to choice .f.".3.')6.2j, common will be invited in the very near fu- a lesson for the future." to fair .$4.ri0.": heifers, extra j.75 ture by the Steel Committee to re(a (5, good to choice $.'i.'i.G.'. comturn to this country and tell what cows, r.stm mon to fair as the organizer of the Steel BATHTUB GOOD good to choice $4.uO(i)5.IO. Trust. can-ne- rs common to fair $1.754.2.1, .$1.502.75: bulls strong and DUCKS scarce: bolognas fai bulls JHE TWO ORPHANS" strong and scarce; bolognas I P. MORGAN 1 w, one-wa- .?3.2.")-,.8T- ); ! IS BEAUTIFUL i -- PLAY In Order to w rr.; And Larjp Crowds Attend The Lyric Ail Del'ightfed .With Production. .Sbr.w Scene Perfect. - - Re-Di- stt Tin Lyric Theatre had an attractive picture play Tuesday afternoon and night. The picture was tli2 beaiuiful play,. "The Two Orphans." It was magnificently staged and the costr:nes were beautiful. The snenv scena was the most natural thing ever seen on the stage and it to realize that it was not snowing on the outside when the patron--reach- ed the door. wa-hard It was a fine production, a fine aud'encc, fine music and it is to be hoprd the Lyric will continue to show these good things as fast as they ire produced by the ma"k. party which pools the highest number of votes in the last preceding state election, and two members from the political party casting the next highest number of votes." Governor McCreary devotes sev- the-wor- ' tsnnin m -- . Mm- . ' Lexington. Ky., Jan. 3. (Friends avenue. Home phone 530. in Lexington received the news of the uarriage Tuesday evening in IIop- - WANTED A girl to do house work. kinsville of Mrs. Rogers Barr to Mr. Good place. Apply to Bobbins, this, William Basil Wood, of Memphi- -. office, or East Tenn phone 161. ' :t V Tenn. The wedding took place at C o'clock and was a quiet affair, being held at the home of a friend in FOR SALE Anconn chickens; prize . winners; cheap. II. V. Alexander. U-3-- 3t Mrs. Barr, who was the widow of Phillips Drug Store. ' the late Rogers Barr, formerly president of the Lexington & Eastern FOR SALE Eight room house, ifciiiU railroad, is well known in this city. in the Swiss style; new sb4 in a delightful location, 6a French avMr. Wcod is a popular railroad man of Memphis, where he is conenue; bath, gas and electric light; commonwealths nected with the Illinois Central railthe most ery artistfc interior finish. Tae and a movement is on foot in other road. After the wedding. Mr. and owner to sell because of leaving states to have such a law enacted." Mrs. Wood left for a bridal trip East town. Apply to Rev. John Stu.vt On their return they wiNTnuki e taeir Banks, 216 French avenne. .5 vvINCrTESTFT.'S IDEA HUSTLE mwjuc in .uiruit ins. jj? -tf e -2 Hop-kinsvil- eral pages on this point to the public utilities. He says that in the platform of both the Democratic 'party and the Republican party, promises were made to enact a law providing for public utilities commission, having ample powers to discharge its duties and he makes this recommendation "I think that such a commission is necessary to Kentucky in orat a der to insure good sen-icreasonable expense from our public service corporation. It should include express companies, telegraph and; telephone companies, street railway' companies, interarban companies, and water and light and gas comapnies. Such a position has been formed in all the progressive states so far as I know, like New York, Ohio, Wisconsin, New Jersey and all cows steady. Ml, lYM' JfAfl Ducks You Must Use The Family 'J K Calves Active nnd'i'stro'n "V " foathVub. .")('c- higher; ''than', vestcHhy: , istraslip to good $8..1a9.7.-con$10, f Boulder, Colo., Jan. 3. To raise and large jnnn ducks, use the family bathtub, is the advice of" a Boulder ivestcrilay s prices; seiecicu uavy man. shippers $(!.3."i. good to choico packJ. C. Brown, this Boulder man, ers and butchers $6.30G3j. owns a number of Indian runner packers $G.206.30, stags $3.2."i ducks and he wanted them to be iu $5, common to choice heavy fa; sows good condition for the Boulder Poul- .f4..")0o.7.'5, extra $5.83, light shiptry Show. But the cold weather pers $.).806.iri; pigs (110 lbs and came on and the ducks began to look less) $oo.7o. shaggy. Brown studied over the sitSheep Steady: extra $3..j0, good uation. iFinally he gathered up his to choice $3(a3.40, common to fair choicest ducks and took them to thi $1.2.)2.8."). stock ewes $35"ViO; house where he announced to the yearlings $3.o04.23. family that they would have, to reLambs Strong, extra $6, good to turn to the tub back of the range r choice $o.50o.90, common io trie use the kitchen kettle for their $33.2.j. haths, for he needed the bathroom. Filling the tub until water and TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY placing the ducks therein, he clo-the door of the bathroom, a broad smile wreathing his face. The birds THE LYRIC won first prize. A Convenient Burglar. (Biograph)' Arizona Bill. (Kalem) MRS. ROGERS BARR Lubin.) , The Matchmaker. Matinee evervdav at 2:30 aud 3. IS MARRIED AGAIN Raise Pi ize Winning .fl.7."i; fat Imlh J" k r - prize-winni- d e! WANTED A bookkeeper and stenographer. Curry Dry Goods Co. Lexington Friends Receive Notice of Her Wedding at HopMnsville to -lt Memphis Railroad Man. FOR RENT street. A cottage on Calloway G. M. Mann. 312 Burns -- I ,, - 3t .. ' 0 """ " :s!i t,4 s" "3 5.. Miii pi j ij , N,i ji JJl . ...... J-- LPtfj1.. ,." "". L1 'Jl '! ' i,,.. - THC WtHC WEST EB HEWS. n j. i .i.. t w . p. i a- - ... km FlMRAl ON BOARD ARABIC ill i &af . f- 4H WIHCRSTR . IN-I- II HEWS KRBYCUNKBn SwtK Main Street, Kentucky. Think His Except second-clas- JnOHE Zr$z;:?z zl TAILOR Winchester, , . Wly, Swriay. s Poi ismouth, of if i Entered as matter, 0., Where He is in Charge Tailoring Department. ' November 28, 1908, at the postoffice m Winchester, Kentucky, under the ict of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: i The following complimentary notice of Mr. E. K. S. Clinkenbeard from the Portsmouth. (Qaio), Times of December 30 will no doubt prove of interest to "Kirby's' many friends "whose I 8 I aS . 'ij? 11 i i i w ! vli!i:: t Ml Tlj 'll'i! NSVjr, VdRKtAND CHICAGO j pfiNclS INiALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES. designer. witua om wart.. .60 "Hall Bros, will equip the new de1.00 vook, eeatiaaouly partment with elegant furniture and 1 itr mo eeatkBowIy. 3.00 will make it one of the most attracwMka. 4 thM watk.... 2.44 Wtmx weeks, thfoa tint at week. 1.80 tive in Southern Ohio. Mr. ClinkenFmb wades, two timM week. . 1.20 beard will go East in January to place an order- for a complete line of RJMHtal MetfeM Pa Line: goods. He will search the markets Imt weeks, om tim a week. . .75 in New York for spring novelties in P iaim Botiees, body type. . the way of men's clothes. It is his Pm reading, ntva heading. . . 15c intention to take a "shot" on any of fhiw eoatiaaons insertions of same the foreign patterns, as nothing will .Kara at double the oae-arate. Only the purest and freshest medbe too good for his patrons. ClaioHW Pr Wora: icines on sale at the "Mr. Clinkenberad came to Ports.Pharmacy the store of quality 0m iaMrtioL, any cditiom lc mouth five years ago, leaving St. fkiM MBtrrions eeatiaaoBsly .. 2c Louis for the Rier City. lie workBaeh taxee additional insertions. o ed a year with Eisman & Company 9m eahmaar mo., continuously. .106 and filled out a season with the MAJOR BULLOCK RETIRES Tetkiaf Muted less thaa 18 words. AFTER 39 YEARS WORK Schwartz Clothing Company. It was Ho itoa eharged oa book for then that Mr. Haas secured his kaa fcaaa X ee&ta. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 3. Magci services. and for the past four years Robert (S. Bullock retired Tuesday he his efficiently discharged 'the dufHIS.PAPER REPRESENTED FOR rOtiiL as cashier of, tie, Fayette National BY THE ADVERTISING ties of cutter and designer for this Bank,, after a continuous service of firm. Mr Haas is Ibath to part with He nearly thirty-nin- e vears. his services, but wishes him' all the and handsome in tlia ITasonic Daily, one year Six Month 1.50 Temple, have decided to engage in One Month .25 the merchant tailoring business, and this department is to be placed ill Payable in Advance. charge of E. K. S. Clinkenbeard, who for the past four years has been MVEJmSJM RATES: connected with the Haas Clothing Company in capacity of cutter and tiea....... .. .f .16 . By MaiL here: "Hall Bros., stoic Is tasatcd .$3.00 uy t - , .7c spond to 'that, but if is in belief of those loyal men who stood by me be.--" cause of personal loyalty and because they believed that I stood for every pledge and every plank in the Democratic platform. "Say to me or say to the world loyal .Keh-- i that these twenty-nin- e my cause on tuckians yesterday were influences that were detrimental to the interest of the State of Kentucky and I say to you that it is a slander upon Democracy. "Knowing as I do every member of the Democratic side of the House, I am here to say to you that I not only believe but know that they stand as a unit for the redemption of every plank that has .been made in the Democratic platform. "I have not a word of criticism to offer to those who opposed me in the caucus of yesterday. I stand today amid the ruins of my defeated candidacy. I stand here today with political aspirations unattainable. But my fellow men, I stand here as a strong defender of the twenty-nin- e loyal Democrats who, prompted through personal moiives, supported my candidacy and I want to ask the members of this House, the press and the people of Kentucky, to watch these gentlemen during the next sixty days and sec where the twenty-nin- e Schoberth supporters stand." d Fireproof Reputation. There is a very ancient belief that tbe reptile known as the 'salamander-Iproof against fire. It is not known bow this, superstition bad its rise, but it will probably always' continue 'to be held by' some people, although it has been conclusively shown that the fire-proof qualities of the creature exist only In imagination. Or. Stejneger. reptilian expert at the Smithsonian institution, tells a story which may furnish a reaspn for tbe continuance of the belief in question. "Once 1 was camping out." he says, "with a party of friends, hunting and fishing. We bad lighted a big tire, using for fuel several old logs. While we were seated around watching the progress of some cookery in which we were engaged a young lady at my side gave a little scream und pointed into the flames. I looked, and there was a small salamander crawling right out from nmong the glowing embers. It walked away unhurt and made its escape. "Now, that salamander had occupied a hole in one of tbe logs used for fuel. Several species of its kind live in old, tree trunks. Doubtless this one found that it was getting uncomfortably hot and crawled out. Being moist and slimy, its body was protected from injury by fire long enough to enable it to escape through tbe embers. But the sight of the lizard deliberately making its appearance from the midst bf the lire was certainly very surprising. Any ignorant person might easily have been led to imagine that the creature was fireproof.- - it seemed to me quite probable that the superstition took its origin from just such occurrences." New York World. MEN WHO MAKE SAFES. SUPERSTITION. DRAMATIC Hew the Reptile May Have Get its SALAMANDER R. P. SCOBEE & SON CO. (DiCOSrOXATED) ' i - Thursday Night, as She' 'Was Driver. Through . a Terriffic 'Hurricane. t 'j M Rough and Dressed, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES- Arrived in New York Sunday. an. ' of the dramatic funerals that' ever took place at sea took ' plate On' Thursday midnight on the steamship Arabic as she drove through a hurricane and snow was whipped with stinginp force against the cheek of Purser Cumniins as he stood with an open prayerhook, a sailor holding a lantern beside him, and tried to read the service for the dead. Three times the services were interrupted as the officer was thrown across the slippery deck of the plunging liner. The sailor pallbearers, with great difficulty, held to all that was mortal of their dead companion, while the steward hastily read the sacred ew York. 2.-r- - CAREY ROOFING. can be bought. the best that RUBBER ROOFING, as pood as any. Hoae Phone 47 East Tenn. Pkese 147 COUGHING AT NIGHT BAD FOR CHILDREN HARD ON PARENTS! m Brown-Procto-r- ia . Closely Watched After They Resign or ; Are Discharged. A number of years ago two prospective safe breakers succeeded in obtain- INTERESTING LETTER ed .a number of in recently sug?ertinjr 5 mm mtnJUHII'ar.Bepablican organization . in Ken- Tufcfcy." " Our' idea is for every true fWmiUlleptticaii'to po to the convention ... ,,,, nd TOjto.mis sentiments. ' '' 'The' people will elect the President this year. The .following is a fair sample of the letters received: HaiTodsburg, Ky., Dec. 0, 15)11. Hon. R. R. Perry, Winchester, Ky. Dear Sir,: 1 have never had the pleasure of your personal acquaintance, "but v noting in the press dispatches that you are advocating the nomination of Col. Roosevelt for President in 1912, 1 take the liberty of addressing yon. On December 8, I think it was, the Louisville Pot published a statement from me, in which I gave reasons why I thought conditions in the Republican parly demanded the nomination of Col. Roosevelt. I am of tb-- i same opinion now, as then; with the additional concsiousness that I am more confirmed in them than ever. Without attempting any argument as to the advisability of his nomination,"! merely wish to comment on the remarkable unaninimity which characterizes the reasons for his nominations as advanced by hi- - friends and admirers. It seems to be impressed upon the minds of thousands of disinterested and loyal Republicans that political conditions now existing demand that he become our "Nibses,' to lead his party through a wilderness of dangers into the "promised land.". But his friends must get to- gether. 1 " FURS! Very sincerely yours, JESSE R. ESKRIDGE. FURS!! FURS!!! JVili pay yoa the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. M J. W..HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. EastTennessee Phone 215, Home " fteoe 6W5.: . il-18-4- j 4, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS- - because .of advancing age "success, possible infiis "new environy. F. yarrfintAvas ejected, to succeed ments." Mri ilans has lines' out for Jiiai. Major Bullock will, continue a 'competent successor to Mr. Clinas "Assitant ,CashieiJ, ;a place; the kenbeard. The lattfer will ' go to be so ar.- duties of which will-no- t Buffalo carlv in February to attend duous. i , i ii I . the National Convention, of Custom ' FULL ATTENDANCE Cutters. He .i? programmed for' a " ' ' -- ' ' speech on "How 1 Got By" "and "Clink" wiil 'no 'doub't make a 'rattling Kentucky Wesleyan College openpunctuated with valuable ed Wednesday .morning following the good talk, shop in'f araia'tioYi'. !As an artistie holidays with practically a full cntter he has few superiors)' H6!ha carefully studied every angle and phase of the art of! cutting and fit- MASTER C. 0. JONES ting, and he occupies an enviable poFINDS FORTY TADPOLES sitions in the world of clothes building. He is original, courteous, painsMaster Chester Owen Jones, son taking, obliging and wins friends of Mr. James Jones, while playing That he will underneath the L. & E. bridge one wherever be goes. make Hall Bros., as good a man as day during the recent warm weather he has Mr. Haas, goes without say- found more than forty tadpoles in ing." a mud puddle. This is a strange thing for the time of year, and, indeed, for any OLD SOLDIER T0TURED time. "For years 1 suffered unspeakable Master Jones divided, with D. W. Owen, and both arc torture from indigestion, constipation and liver trouble," wrote A. K. watching the development of their Smith, a war veteran at Erie, Pa., pets, which have been placed in jars, "but I)r. King's "New Life Pills fixed and are getting on "swimmingly." They are simply inn all right" great." Try them for any .stomDog's True Heaven. Wonderfully trained . sympathetic Only ach, liver or kidney trouble. and smart dogs are the dearest com25 cents at panions of almost every German stu dent who has the money to afford one The Winchester Drug Company. or more. These can be seen In tbe university towns fantastically outfitted with the student corps color, in ribbons or wearing the tiny monkey student cap on doggie's head. Often are dogs sent on all "sorts of chores, carryLEXINGTON HERALD ing a basket of eggs, bread or butter, a, bottle of brandy, dressed chicken, etc. Outside of too many labor stunts often grievous drudgery Germany Says lis Report Vindicates Him of is the dog's true heaven. Charges, But Resents "Slander" Irrigation In Chile. Chile is producing great uarvets of On His Supporters. cotton and other valuable staples by extended irrigation. Already about Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 3. During acres of her territory are bethe session of the House of Repreing treated In this way and about as much more of her land is available for sentatives Tuesday, 'Representative the same purpose. Harry Schoberth arose to a point of personal privilege. He said: "I hold A Stilted Living. Thousands of men in England earn in my hand a paper, the Lexington their living during a considerable porHerald, whose editor is as good a tion of the year by their ability to Democrat as- - any member of ibis walk and work on tall stilts. Most of House, and I want to read to the them are employed in the hop fields, where they have displaced the high members of this House certain porstepladdert formerly in use. During tions of an article bearing upon the tbe pole stringing season tho stilt workers, 12 feet from the ground, perDemocratic caucus. form' the work with ease and without "Gentlemen of the House, that loss of time or motion. A trained stilt-mastatement in thta article vindicates will do the work of four men stepladders, it Is said. me before the people of Kentucky of the charges under which I have Accounted For. ."Did you' notice that man? Bis face rested, and it is not for personal reasons that I stand before this nouse Is the color of lead." "Oh, I know. Mas'.; He'sgot plumbago.' on this day and take, this floor, V r i1 . 1 Mail-carrier ing employment in two different" safe factories, worked over a period of years in the various departments, gained all the information that they desired and. subsequently working together, managed to baffle the safemakers by their skill in opening complicated safes In different parts of tbe country. Tbe police were at loss. to understand bow the safes, had, jbeenl opened, and only upon tbe apprehension of tbe two men several years 'later was it learned that the1 jobs ba'd not been "inside" ones, as was, originally suspected', but bad really been tbe work of two men who bad been initiated into the mysteries of safecraftand bad put their knowledge, criminal use. This put tbe safemakers on their guard, and an' exceedingly complicated system was immediately put into force, whereby not only was the pedigree of Wory'worVman looked into closely, but' the work among the employees was so separated that no one man or two' men 'could gather enough 'information about a safe to put it to dangerous use afterward. Furthermore, when an employee is discharged or when be voluntarily leaves bis position bis actions are watched, arid, although safe companies refuse to discuss this particular point, it Is a matter of record that any former employee of a safe company who is possessed of Intimate information regarding tbe secrets of that company's safes is kept under constant surveillance. Harper's Weekly. lines. ' Captain Finch, in charge of the vessel, clung lo a with both hands. , It was necessary for the pur.-c- r to shout the affecting words of the Church of England service so that the watch about him could hear it above the noise of the .storm. The flag of Great Britain that covered the dead i'onn wjis Wu with the wet driven snow. The all the while sang the dirge of the man who perished as he kept his watch in the crow's nest in the biting wind of Christmas night when, all the rest oi" the wwld was merry. The Arabic arrived in New She had been more like a submarine than anything else all the way over. Her decks .were ..awash for three days. For two . periods she logged' only 17,j knofs, ailhough her uual day's run i about. ! ,. , 400 sea .miles. h.v-rieaue York-Sunda24-ho- ur Stop it with COMPOUND Acts quickly and has a healing and soothing effect All coughs have a on the inflamed membranes. tendency to grow worse at night. Children with whooping cough and bronchitis always cough worse at night and a cold in the head with tickling inthe throat and coughing grows worse at bed time. J Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will stop the coughing and soothe the irritation in the throat. Contains no opiates, does not constipate, is the beat and safest for" children and delicate persons. - TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. FOR SALE BY ALL .DRUGGISTS. . p The. gale that came first from the northeast shifted later to the northwest. It caught her on her aft' starboard' quarter and then forward. .i It swung her over and made her fairly dance in the trough of the mountainous waves. At times there was a biting, blinding snow. At others it was intensei ' YOU CAH SEE SMART ..CLOTHES AND - SMART ' STYLE FOR FALL HERE ly cold. The decks were uninhabitable and it was a thankful lot of voyagers who cainc ashore when the boat tied up. SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY. the stock is first rolled and' cross rolled to get tbe graded thickness that is needed. The spoon outline is then obtained by means or cutting out dies. The blanks thus formed are struck up by another set of dies, which ornament the front and hack mid even bend the spoon into its proper shape, at the same time stamping the required "sterling" and the maker's mark, if n spoon is made by this latest of processes the sterling mark can be found raised on tbe surface instead of incised, as was the case when the markiug was done separately. Handicraft. Casualties of the Cradle. The burden of Prussia's military state, not spared even to the babes in their cradles, has proved too much for some of the younger members of the royal families. In "The House of nohenzollern" Mr. Braylcy Hodgetts mentions that the two sons whom the first crown princess of Prussia bore her husband (at the beginning of tbi eighteenth century) both died in their cradles, one from a nervous shock caused by the salute from heavy guns with which his arrival was heralded and the other from tbe burden of a golden crown which was placed on bis head after baptism. For our modern factory made spoon Our Modern Factory Spoon. in "I want to thank you from the bottom of ray heart,' wrote C. B. Rader, of Lcwisburg, W. Va., "for the wonderful double benefit I got from "Electric Bitters, in curing me of boMi a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I had been an almost helpless suffwer for ten years. It suited my case as though made jn.--t for indigestion, me." For dyspepsia, the- - system of jaundice and to rid kidney poisons that cause rheumatism, Electric Bitters has no equal. Try them. Every bottle 'is guarOnly oOc at anteed to satisfy. The Winchester Drug Company. RANKIN Rev. and Mrs. Mart Roundtrce, of West Bend are visiting Mrs'. Jennie Guinn, who is still very ill at the home of W. D. Owen.. Mr. Elbert Rankin left last week for Cleveland, O., to make his future home. He has accepted a position-witan electric light plant of that afi Out policy: To let you see our clothes in the light, to try them on before our big mirrors, to give thein every test you can conjure up. represent us are CLOTHES. For our part, ve have gone into the American market unblinded, and the clothes we chose to STEIN--BLOCH SMART r city. three-quarte- the cameo is more readily struck with regret to see her go. the die in that manner and if a full or Mr. James Stafford has rented the r face were representt'd the nose of tbe gentleman or lady would Rankin farm and will take possession get damaged in circulation and pro- March 1. '' duce a ridiculous effect. ' n.have re-- Miss Besse Harmon will leave in a Coin Profiles. few days for her home Trap. She Where a face is used on a piece of money it is always In profile, because is now visiting friends here, who will at methods. or Overcoat in our stock at 25Sjpcr cent reduction. Think what you can save by buying from us now. We are now oflering any Suit These we ofTer 3'ou. Come to us, and see our n h work-ttrwlt- W: Fox, who was to' turned to .Kentucky, "is quite ill in Stayed That Way. "Hello, Stnbus; Haven't seen yon jSemial, Okla., and will not be able for months. Tbe last time we met. I remember, you were trying to break to return until fall. .Charles Hanks is in South Carointo' literature. Did you succeed?" "Xes, and I've been broke ever lina on business. since." Boston Transcript The nicest and most Prespetjfty Is, a great teacher: adversity is a 'greater. Possession pampers perfumes and toilet articles jrivuuuu trains ana Brown-Proctor- ia the miDu; Pharmacy strengthens It. restore . te ALLAN SigM-of- , & MURPHY Opposite Court Little Man at the ,T; to-re- - - f i .o. r v. 1 React The News r l t-- -' - p83-- JAum i.r M'ppjk'-'i'i- i JfW Hill iH'liliWii'ttHi . WP.''-I . UPliiUy 'TwHP:.' g ! I'J'UiMwi' jrr, ii i ii uriiVi n'i , r i?i . irniMliiWr I'MiIWi 'i' Wi mil liWIWil s 9, ', 3: - 3t4ttfe THE WHlCHtSTER NEWS. advised that body to summou before of the city and comity it the ol.k-erand said that if they didn't know of any violations of the law they lacked the efficiency that ought, to be the officials. , .Ho qualificuti'ou of,, siu-that Lexington,! and' also declared Fayette county had hail the past year iriore homicides than the city of London with all its teeming millions of population. He urged the" indictment of owners of property let for immoral' purposes as one method of cleaning up the" tbwn and declared that he did not believe .there wasa crime on the beat of any policeman in Lesington but the policeman on that beat knew of it. He said that if there was such a policeman in Lexington he was not fit to hold his s THOMAS TO LEAD 1 Ilk . i " would yet be the undying spirit of the teal gentlemen beneath the tat- UNIT I t. . r FOR ", ! COUNTY . tered gaiments. I Something of this idea ha utilized by the talented author of j Sum B. Pauleri" justly celebrated play o aptly called ''The u,'l and the Tramp." This : pMiaps - the'--' real secret ot the drama s great success. T'ie .splendid, rollicking but unshaven and- uncouth looking individual .depicted so admirably by Happy Jack, appeals strongly to nomadic instinct, and, when at -: end, he comes out strongly in h real character of the refined gentleman, we all feel a thrill of satisfac- tion engendered bv the honest belief that what he has do-.i-o and is, is just what we would do and be under similar circumstances. The play possesses wondcrf-i- l heart interest from the beginning to the end is chock full of intensely dramatic situations, and yet, with ail theme, with comedy clement, hilarious, fun. In fact, it may well be likened to an April day. a delicious mingling of sunshine and shadows, or tears' and laughter. The play rciilly possesses considerable literary merit, being far above its class in the matter of construction and technique. And the company too, is exceedingly notorious. It has the essential parts for a good dramatic performance cveness. Of course, the part so splendidly portrayed by Happy .Jack, the tramp, i the central figure, but so well are the other characters grouped about him that the ensemble is well nigh perfect .. Xor have the other. accessories to a hi!j clas performance been neg lected. The- elaborate scenery car- ' lrpugluiut and rie'd.'' is admirable mar the mechanical 'effects well-nig- h velous, so Ihat; 'altogether ,a thor-- , is 'oiighly enjoyable' 'eirtertiinmqnj, assured 'all who ee It. .. Those who. h'ave'had tTie1 good 'fortune, to. bare. kUth ii before will' be .fjjtrprisqd and gratified n't fh6' milny, new, and, have been in . i- v Bourbon-Clar- k Senator Will Have Repub-- 1; Plenty of Help McClure, licanr House Leader. - .JEWELER C H. BOWEN C 11 OPTICIAN, IETY "Wil-Iianihead-quarte- Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 3. To Senator Claude M. Thomas, of Paris, will fall tha, honor of handling in the Senate, the noted county unit bill, whieb be among the first measures passed by this Legislature. He will be assisted by Senators 'Graham, Moody, and Ncwcomb, who believe that the Democratic platform should be carried out to the letter. Both Honses of the Kentucky Legislature were formally organized Monday, Claude B. Terrell, of Trimble county, being elected Speaker and W. V. Eaton, of Padneah, being of the named for President pro-teSenate. The committees will be appointed within the next' two or three days. The rules will be absolutely fair and each branch of ,tbe Legislature will be governed by a majority. These assurances to the members were made by both Speaker Terrell and Lieutenant Governor E. J. thcir brief remarks to the' Legislature in accepting the honors conferred upon them.. With the selection of R. C. 'McClure, of Louisa, as House leader, and Senator Joseph F. Boaworth, of Middleboro, as" lloor leader in the Senate, the Republicans "cleared their desks" for the work of the legislative session Monday night. The Republicans are pledged to stand together. At a caucus Tuesday night .it was, decided' lo engage a coiiferonde ,ro6m in the Capital 'Hotel anil the' following Steering Committqe fpr'thej.liituse was elected M..C:'lKirk. W.'lL Smith. E. R. Bertnrii.''E. CAWi!' ;THoihcori. m '. T.--M- mmm I I I --L m ! II MM I hiII ASH n I Vl V - or i ' Elegant Dining Airs. Lula .Mansfield entertained Sunday, with an elegant dinner at s, tlic lionio of her father, J. II. in honor of her brother, Mr. Hcn Williams, and hi- - .bride. The guests wens Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Hedge. Mr. and Airs. II. L. Ilnnler and two charming children, Lucy jiiid llallie, Mr. Sam Dethrae, Mr. hlenryj Jlunler, all of- - Winchester; jjlr. and Airs. Hoy liayburu, Mr. '.lames Swope. Air. 'and ".Mis. T. 'L. Landers. Mr. :ind Airs, lion land, and at i daughter. Miss Hen trice. ; . Stivers Cooper place. Mr. Knfiis .P. Stivers, of Paris, Tlic case of Tom Donlan accused of and Miss Elizabeth Dallas Cooper, ol Ihe murder of Alderman Pat iMooncy, Corbin, were quietly Harried ii .vent over to I he April term of court. KnoXAille, Teiui., last ' Saturday Maury Kemper was sworn in as acl-'n- g morning. Commonwealth's Attorney, ColThe jrioom is an ellicient cngineei onel John It.. Allen being in Cincinon the L. & Xi railroad with nati defending the Burey Society in at Paris. The bride is tin Mie suit brought against it by the K. pretty and accomplished daughter o' ). Eslielbv Tobacco Company. the late Capl.' ,Wni. F. Cooper, o Coibin. '.Air. Stivers' is a brother of Alr-.M. Woods, of (his cily. couple will reside at .Paris. 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 l- J. side-splitti- ' . Mt't MEN ARE HELPLESS AS Informal Tea Delightful Dining x Mrs. John S. atinkx cnlerlaiiiei Mr. and jrr. M. S. Kin-- ; f;iJcr-i.iinon Saturday afternoon with Monday with a de'r'.litful charming informal tea, in honor o o'clock dinin-r- . in honor of their Mrs. Win. Banks, of Coibiu, am a nephew, Mr. George W. Hill, Mis Sallie Anderson, of Culpcppei City. The afternoon w Virginia. in inenIaiightcr ami a r.ict The affair was a pretty eompii tvne rt'iiorted y all. nient, and was greatly enjoyed b. Those present were Mr. .m l Mr.- -. tho'je preppnt. Hill and daiightj. Tiirip-a- . Mi.--s . ; Claudia :.. Ratlin" r.m.-,-. s6n. Ray, Ji . Mr. .Oeoit;9 Hill, El.-i- e 'le a v's't ' apd Grace. Tliilj .Jjjs 'i'acMlaynigt .: Misses , morher at Carlisle. . P.::itha L. and Robert Ki'isr. ' p"4 :i !i :., i Mr. Sterling King, of Wadi Mil. rt ' , tlted his cousin, Robert iur I'HI ii.. iDeilg'htfuF Socfail ,.i in- . the Xmas holidays.Eva Lena Jones entertained Mis Dr.'aini,MiwHedgos.( and son Kn5w"o?,lieVfrieii(Ts' Salnrday even- ed iCOk-lahom- Vhcn Taken Suddenly e III. Here is eB C" r LH tiirt. T M ' A Ccmmon-Scp.s- Safeguard. Big, strong man is a a helpless nfant when he in suddenly ill. The sturdiest chap in town "usually and is utteily oes his to regaid Iik condition wit'.: he) common sene.thit characterizes self-contr- - . JIUU!U!HntH!!irV?!lxUViftM!fiVtf!'R?i?UHftfjt, ,. ..fiew,. hours. J)f eiuyinent,. .the cuets 1 1 U Ions, of Mt. Sterling: Misses Rosa Jones,t Qanie Pder, Pearl Williams, yertner AVatts; Florence ' Pqer: ,Ilen Barrow, Willie, .Jftiip... ofToivaY'Roy Penn, Willie'Itolhir, of Paris; Cleveland Watts, Strother Oldham and Elbert lPber. Ii. .ffrs,. ' Lyon HodgMn The marriage of Mi.-- s Sadie C. Hodgkin to Mr. Rus-e- ll Lyon took place at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Sam P. Hodgkin, at 8:30 o'clock on Wednesday morning. The groom, in an automobile, accompanied by Dr. Howard Lyon and Miss Carrie, Lyon, drove to the home of the bride's fatber, Mr. Sam P. Hodgkin, where the ceremony was perfoimcd. in an impressive manner by Rev. T. J. Porter., The bride was handsomely attired in a dark blue traveling suit. She possesses a lovely hei sunny smile winning its way into the hearts of all who knew her. She is uniformly sweet and gracious to young and old, rich and poor alike, and thus joys a wide and deserved popularity. I The groom is the third son of Thomas C. Lyon, and is a member of a distinguished family. He came to this county eight years ago from Ashland. With an attractive personality and admirable character, he has won numberless friends who extend to him and his bride congratulations aud best wishes for a future A FINE HCG of unalloyed happiness. W. P. Ilieatt shipped a fine BerkMr. and Mrs. Lyon drove to Lexshire boar to Dr. M., S. Browne's ington following the ceremony, where they took the Queen & Crescent route farm near Oxford, Miss." for a honeymoon trip in the South. Delightful Dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Woods entertained at dinner on December 28, in honor of the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Stivers, of Paris, Quite a number of friends and relatives were present, among the latter being: Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Keal and daughter, Ella Louise Keal; Mrs. Marv Stivers and iXfr. and Mrs. A. L. BurJey, of Paris. The occasion was a verv enjoyable He conies' h'onie .ired, eas a "heavy dinner and ?.its lown to read and' smoke ;away iti ;' '' miet evening. Suddenly ljenoticeSj a w.eyjlit on( ( ( paiis lis stomachy th(en ilVfi.ftiKflHfftV3- - ,I,,,,tcr nm iround his heart,, and ii'ileeung' (It daugnters, have ret tfinedt home aft mlfocaiion. ' sUidlli ajlcijay!jwith. Mrs.tLul: i"1' 'U !;- Thoughts, !sl of ,; "hcarf . 'V."'; nsease rusii over niai anu jinnih Mqu'.field. iejir- - Ilcjlges. t . igonv'he fears (lie worst'.1 f"'" ' I lliuln .Pilaris ban ' ..'a e was ac,u K .lujiigesiiou, 11 been the guests of ialissiiBrown-siuj 'V1 i i ', f irought on by overloading his. tued Garner Owens, for jteveral .days. stomach. Evans went to Mt. Stei j Mri A couple of Rexall Dyspepsia Tab- Tuc'-ifn- y. if jjn'g ... 'ets might have given- ,hira , relief of night have saved liini hours of nf- -. but now of Alabama, is here foi t .1. teni,S- . ,. . l a visit. Carry a package of Rexall DyMr. W. R. Sphar spent Tuesdaj spepsia Tablets in your vest pocket in Lexington. Take Misses Winnie and 3ratt Garret! n- keep them in your room. one after cacli heavy meal, and ward were in Lexington, Tuesday. iff indigestion. Messrs. II. G. Garrett, W. T. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets relievo and J. M. Stevenson were ii stomach troubles by aiding nature to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. Jack Lisle is spending tlit supply those elements, the absence if which in the gastric juices,'caus-- s week in Louisville. indigestion and dyspepsia. Thcv Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bean were ii 'end to aid the stomach to digest all Lexington, Tuesday. "Miss Sallie Anderson left Mniidiu kinds of food and to quickly confor her home in Culpepper, Vn., aflci vert if into rich red blood. . We know what Rexall Dyspepsia a visit to her sister, Mrs. John S Tablets are and what they will do. Banks. , Mrs. D. L. Pendleton entertained We guarantee them to relieve indiMonday informally, with an attrac- gestion and dyspepsia. If they fail, we will refund your money. tive Xew Year's party. Three sizes, 2." cents, HO cents, and Mr. Ben Willis and little daughter, $1.00. Sold only nt our stores or of Cincinnati, are visiting Mrs. B. by mail. Remember, you can obtain R. Jouc'tt. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Banks, of Cor Rexall Remedies in this communi' Store-Phillip- s bin, are visiting Rev. and Mrs. John only at our store The Rexall Drug Store. fG South Main S. Banks. Mrs. Frank ' Wentworth is the street. guest of her sisters, at Newport. Mi.-- s Grace Perkins has returned from Georgetown, where she spent RINK. SKATING AUDITORIUM Christmas with friends and relatives. Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Miss Sarah Stuart, of Lexington, Admission 10c, Skates free. is visiting Mrs. J. J. Gilbert. Ki-ig1 ins-iiouu:- e n if''" '' lis For example: cvery-da- y '' action-j- . ' . , . "j a c in ? jit4 rEar Tun'(fman apd1' Frank Colli. Former Senator Jack ''bliver'l h'as aiding the organizalieen rictive-ition and .nttc'ndcli Hie caucus. n uouiiceii. .L ,' '" y'i ,.f-- . - iii. : .rElks building j '..j . 1 $50.00 REWARD is" offered JfoiMhe . 1 . fifr?'Ray-Duncanformerly tlii-city- , i arrest and cbi'ivic-- 1 Jannqry fi. p .' ,, i, tion ,of tl(e. party , on parties that broke therlock of the Winchester PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Gui; Club' and fetole and destroyed 'e property. t work at ,,1A11 kinds tWINGIIESTER GUX CLUB. reasonable prices. Miss Alice Moss, ' at Moffett'& Spencei-'- oflTice in Fraternity Building. I' mi' . pjyj.al The Tramp" vjllb- -. ineaiiraciion ai me 11 infjiesipe OpqcaIIqus,, one nigjit, Saturdtiy,, 'Main Street' Both Phones 364. ',' iWjjflSTER, KY. fgjaphic s 4t SAVES TWO LIVES. Id this banki may be assured of reeeiving direct persoBsl attta- tion and prompt service. All we ask is an opportnnit y to serve yon th&i we MJ he quality of onr banking service. We Invite you to call and see os. TheNew DefSdSitor prr Og-de- Night 7 to 10. Admission Skates 15c 10c. t ' Particular attention to Ladies. Beginners. taught free from 10 to 12 A. M. Bloomfield , D. c Ratliff Mgr. MI B. SCOBEE, KERR GIVES A JOLT LEXINGTON andCUREthcLUNOS Says Town And County Had More Killings in Past Year Than World's K1LLTHE COUGH WORKINGS MfWDlSCOVERY OLDS ANDAILTHMMTAM UNK Largest City. " Lerington, Ky., Jan. 3. Circuit Judge CharIes Kerr Tuesday stai lied official circles and the sports by -- mmus hue. 4.. ' $ ' In charge !to UieV GUARANTEED SA77SFACTO&r d jury.- He "Neither my sister nor myself HDGAN YANCEY IS might be living if it had net Near Court Stm9. Comer Main and South Court Street. ow Discovery" been for Dr. King's BIG BOOST WnJeaoster, Ky. , writes A. D. .McDonald, of Fayctte-viileX. C, R. F. D. Xo. 8, "for wt both had frightful couglis tfliat no Popular BallplayerLawyer Praised other could help" We were told nn MILLIONS Of FOLKS by Rev. Dr. Powell at Lexington ABE REN1CK MADE sister had consumption. She was " very weak and had night sweats but .Commercial Club Banquet. OFFICIAL OF FAIR CASCARETS USE your wonderful .medicine completely cured us both. It's the best I Lexington, Ky.. Jan. .'!. The For son Commercial Club baiuiii Cliik County Man Vice President They Never Have Headache, ever used or heard of." lungs, coughs, colds, ihcmori'Iiage Tuesday night 'was Ihe most successDates r.ess, Sluggish Liver or lawsfetr a of Blue Grass Association. lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup, ful in the history of the organization. ..Sick Liver, Sour. Stomach 'bronohial The principle sicakcrs were the Rev. whooping i cough, all Are Selected. Dr. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, and troubles,1 its supreme. fT.rial batXo odds how bad your liver, stomThe Lexington. Iy.. Jan. tle free. 50c and $1. Guaranteed by President Emeritus James K. Patach iir bowels; how much your head Fair directors fho-e- u Tuesday aches, how miserable or uncomfortaterson, of the Kentucky State UnThe Winchester Drug Company. elected Aliraiu Ifcnii-k- , of Clark ble you arc from constipation, indiiversity. Others who delivered of the gestion, biliousness and sluggish inwere Secretary Sam II. Clay, comity. First SEE Vat-kitestines yen always gel the desired President James L. Watkins. Gcner- - Association, named James L. quickly for another term as I're.sident results with Cascarets aud you can get your photo taken at al Manager I. L. Oppenheimer, ;of too. AV. Hain. former City Earp'jj Studjo . this w,cok: ,it,, greatly the Kentucky Traction and Terminal cln;sc John Don't let yonr storaaeh, liverjand of Lexington for Secre- bowels make you miserable another 1--2 lUt Company, and Circuit Judge Charles Trea-ur, reduced prices. tary to suet-eci- l Jouctt SIion?e and moment: put an end to the headache, Kerr, who acted as toastmaster. .selected August 1- - to 17 as the date.--, biliousness, dizziness, nervousness IIo-ga- n 'THE GIRL AND THE TRAMP" Dr. Powell paid a tribute to sick, sour gassy stomach, bacteaba Yancey, the new City Attorney for this year's cxiiihit. The salaiy and all other distress; cieanse your civilization is only a of Our boasted Lexington, when he said- - that of the ."ccic'tary wa lixed at $1..")0U inside organs of all the poison and veneer after all and not a great way Yancey was "an efft-tmatter which is producing the illustration of a a year. ' below the surface, there is a lumad-imisery. The diiectors for 1912 are: clean politician" and declared that Take a Cascaret now; don't wait instinct that has made the best of until the. State is controlled by such James. It. 15u.-!- i. J. X. Camden. Ja.-- . In all the world there iiniil bedtime. us. as well as the worst of r,, at men there is no form of gevernment A. Farra. K. A. Farra, Jame.s L. Gay. it is no remedy like this. A some time or another silently wish to it could adopt that would prove enPaul JI. Justice. John Gund. J. L. box means health, happiness aofl a be entirely free of the trammels and tirely successful. AVatkins-- . Charles E. Jlarvin, Aliram clear head for months. Xo. more conventionalities of our ordinary ifenick. (J. Xorton S!iarj, K. J. II. days of gloom and distress if yon jtill The souvenirs were all manufactake a Cascaret now and thenAll life, so to speak, and 'to roam hit:icr tured products of Lexington, includ, F. h Spurr. J. AL Terry. druggists sell Cascarets. Don't .forand thither, sans care, sans thought ing brands of .ivvet, goods'!, jnade in K. F. Shrop-hirget the children their Httb insldes of tomorrow qnd enjoying to the full Ihe Fayette capital.. need a good gentle cleansing, too. "We have the freedom of today. NOTICE just felt that we wanted to be a real I will not be responsible fi.r iny-ihiFURS! FURSH FURS!!! FURS! FURS!! JNM!!t tramp, a simon pure tramp, dirty, charged to me, unles an ordri ragged, hungry and all yet with that Will pay yon .the Highest Capb : is given for the same signed by me. Will pay you the Highest J&ufc feeling, there has always been the Prices for your Furs.. . Prices for your Pars. WILLIE EJIERS'J.W thought, too, that would still be J. W. HISEI, t - X'W.pSEL different from the' ordinary .hob(i, Bridge Jnnk Shop, Bridse JmAtMn Afr. Allie 11 of Owings-iamil- v because all men good and 'bad are Xo. 23 North 3bVr A No. 23 North Taplc st. of Air. mortals but themselves, and that, East Tennessee Phone 215, Bm East TenBessee Phono 215, Hwse yUlc, was yisi ree!fcr3 3 11-19.world at IargeMkew- .hiddenJBte to-da- y, Citizens National Bank GIN ' df Lcx-Migl- on . l!hu-Ora.s- s Vicc-l'ie-ide- nt ns -- er c 10-er- Jo-ep- AA'al-ton- e. ng -- mmp IW -4 !'-- ," : ..- -- -. . i ,1 All P-:'- : 4 hi "St PEOPLE'S FORUM .Mr. J. T. Gamboe bought some corn on the Paris pike for $3.50 a : twc if- - II Capital - S1M.IT0 WINCHESTER CLASSREO COLUMN Albert Gamboe has returned to Rerca College. n, Mr. G. A. Abner is visiting at 'GOOD WILL TO MEN week. this Mr. and Mrs.-- W. iRi'lftwent-'anJ&iitof News: evTMany reflections come to uie aim daughter visited at Mr." jaines Hag!Hore especially fco at the beginning gard's, Sunday., ' raithe New Year. This one still funis TURSM! FURS! FURS!! me marching on with a glad heart. tbanfcful for the blessings of the pat Will pay you the nignest Cash a future has in store foi; Prices for your Furs. ,"olie and all other blessings, a J. W. mSEL as the stars, yea, as countless Bridge Junk Shop. 'as"the sands that lie along the e.i No. 23 North Maple st. fihore. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home ""Peace on Earth, and Good Will Phone 59G. teJTen" is my motto, and I am li'ing to .hope that I may live to sec all jf ADVERTISED LETTERS earth shouting the same "Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men.'-- " Bush, John M. War, blood shed and carnage are De Young, Mis Harriet nothing less than barbarism, and the Holder, R. Sam sooner the hideous monster is Haggard, Charles by superior intelligence, tho Hughes, J. M. Sooner may we expect the coming of Ilutcheson, Mis Pauline oar Lord. Johnson. Miss Leatha Ann 7 was reading the other day a disJones, Miss Elizabeth ' course predicting that the world wa Laney, Miss Mollie and E'!a ,'io .'come to an end in a very short Marctim, Wm. time. I have always been content MeGee, J. B. to take the record of Tloly Writ as ' Maginliis, Wm. '"te'that matter. It says substantialReynolds, A. R: (2) ' ly' "Of that hour no man knoweth": Robert, Mrs. "hejTce'his speculations and surmises Snell. Mrs. Suda amount to nothing; he'! guessinir Swindhurst, Chas. T. pothing more. Smith, Miss Marie Francis 'Men who preach the gospel should Todd. Jasper never guess aud when they preach Wedges, Miss Georgie anything less than ChrUt and Him. Watts and Morris (2) crucified they should be placed beJOHN G. WHITE, tween the plough handles and made Only registered pharmacists hantillers of the soil. '.The end of the world will never dle your perscription at the Brown-Proctorcome until it gets here, and I opine Pharmacy. Absolute acth'ereill be many of us wihinj: curacy guaranteed. The store of come tha its 'ending quality. ' , . 'i While hadiot been put off yef IPEfcCE ON EARTH; Cov-ingicd 4iiiir'-n0piunum-weroll-18-4ed er. ia wKen-itdoes- Undivided Profits. $200,000 Taking a Stand i i THE COMBINED THEATRE SATURDAY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS le wci 1m a ihtfk nwrttm 2c a want far taraa ataaaarfva lv t Mrtlaaa. PENCIL AND LIGHT Winchester "Bank WINCHESTER. KY. N. H. WITHERSOON, .Jo'ngeV; tfM' j.m -- .r ., tl.Yotrii:n-flie-f.nitli- '' UP mi iP w f'Tiie t JJ 0. .. (i IS Why need anyone suffer from any throat or nose troubles 'when soothing, healing IlVOMEI is guaranteed tJ'ba"hisih all misery or money back. dn'dersigned herewith to ail who are witli asthma,' catarrh, or .bronchitis. HYOMEI was used by my wife for bronchitis and asthma affdl used it for bronchitis and sore thrpat. JTjt has given relief and permanent results and I write these few lines for the benefit of all who are with the aliments named above." Theodore Boehlan, Traffir Manager of the Concordia ed Publish-frig'Hous- e, Cor. Jeffercson Ave. and Miami St. Concordia, Kas., Jan. 2nd, 1911- Phillips Dnig Store and drnggists every where seH'IIyomcr A complete outfit including inhaler os(s $1.00. Extra bottles if nced-eV5- 0 cents. Just breathe it. BL00MINGDALE "''Mr. Allen .Patrick, wife and little babe visited at Mr. Thornt I.abers Sunday night. Messrs. Albert Heflin, Joliu Martin and Jessie Haggard .delivered their tobacco at the loose last week. leaf house at Winche-tc- r 'Htr. J. W.oBurgher and wic. .ind jMiss Nancy Mahon visited at the jliome of Mr. William Adams, night. Clyde Baxter is visiting his gr.ui.l-mothe- r, Mrs. Risen at this place. Mr. TJieodore Thompson, wife :!ni'i three little daughters visited at Mrs. JTkqmpson's parents, Mr. and Mr.--. JBraid Tbomas, last week. Mr. Charlie Oliver and family ,eppnt Friday at Mr. E. W. E wen's. rlffiffr Jessie Haggard visited nan-soGamboe, last week. Mr. J. T. Gamboe and son. Albert, on business, were in Winchester Tuesday.. Mjss Lona Horton was the plens-an- t. guest of Miss Nannie Ewen, last Raiu-vy'fiGe- o. Wed-esflan; ..week. and children the former's parents at "risjted Ruckerville, Friday. Mrs. M. E. Gamboe ed, says the Popular Electricity. By turning the screw at the top the light is switched on. When the pencil attachment is removed the device may he used like the ordinary pocket light. In designing a novelty of this kind the battery could be, placed in the barrel "But we've always had a splendid of the pencil and one of the very time," Dick urged. "You mustn't take small "grain of wheat" lamps which the family's personal view, but the are made for dental purposes, etc., general view, and I happen to know could be used. that most of us thought last year's entertainment the best of the lot" "I heard that Fred's wife said she ELECTRIC POWER FROM WIND never had a duller time," Mrs. DeighEconomical Plants Can Be Used by ton replied. Providing Gasoline Motors When- "Maybe she wasn't feeling well; that ever Nature Takes Rest. makes big differences," Dick suggested. There has never been a time when "And Jack's wife said that I might have used my best tablecloth and nap- the forces of nature were subjected scrutiny to deterkins, as she would have done if it to such mine their availability for the develhad been her mother's birthday." they "Bessie's only a bride, and maybe opment of mechanical power as'mairtJ she would have put on more frills receive at present.' This arises and less roast beef," Dick said sooth- ly from the progressive use of electricity. ingly.' ' WEST BEND'' Among other things it is believed "Margaret criticized me for having the children; she said they made 'her that the wind can be utilized to a far greater I.Mr. Willie Goosey, of Ciucinuati) nervous. That's because she hasn't cially extent than in the past, 'espefor electric lighting.' With, this any tf her' own. However, 1 must' say is ivWtmg his :graudinother, Mrs. ' tHat if i were to have the family this object in view the average state of 1,nvjna Ynung. tho wind has. been investigated in year, I' wbuld'n't invite at Miss Ethelc Boone of KiildvUle, least with the'grownups;' they got into England. It is found 'that for approximately half the time the mean wind spent several ays the past week So much mischief last year when I velocity is ten miles an hour, and for couldn't be around to watch' them d about of the timtf 15 miles: with hcrigranuiiarcnts, Mr. and Mrs. "Well, I'm sorrj' ydu've decided not Irt the' winter the average is higher. to have "us this year;" Dick said as he The great difficulty arises from the ' "''- Miss Cora: Garrett, of. Iujlian rose to go. calm periods, which may last days, or every1 one were as appreciative "If Fichi, .spent Saturday uight with as 'you are we'd have it as usual," Mrs. even' a week, but it hits been shown lighting' plants can be Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eyerman. Deightdn replied, proceeding' to meas- that economical power by providing based upon wind ure 'another cupful of flour. Mr. and Mi9?Cnrl:Stiapp and two gasoline motors to take up the work Dick reached for his hat. "Is that whenever the wind fails. children, ofParis; 'spenf'from Monone of your famous sponge cakes day' until Thursday with their you're making?" he asked. "No; it's the white pound cake MUCH HAND LABOR IS SAVED grandmother, Mrs: Matilda Round-tre- e. birthday recipe." g Tool Has Just "Birthday cake? I thought" Dick Electric Been Placed on the Market by Mr. and Mrs. Will Harnett spent stopped. "Well, give my love to mothAmerican Company. er. I'm sorry not to see her today, but the past week with the hitter's fathI'm glad she's having a good sleep this g A line of electric er, Mr. Mark Swope. morning. Lucy and I will come in to William Hut.-o- n visited his cousin. see her on her birthday if you'll be at tools, for grinding valves of the liftor poppet type, as in automobile enKate." Mr. Y. F. Eadcs.' Thursday aud Fri- home, at home? XVhf, of course I'll "Be day. be at home. Where else should I he J. T. Hughes, of Kiddville, spent on mother's birthday?" Mrs. Deighton "Tomorrow I Friday with his Mrs. T. A. asked wonderingly. shall make the sponge cake and Ogden. layer cake that's .Tack's favorite. Thursday morning I shall boil the Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Henry enterham and roast the beef. Of course, the tained a number of young folks Fri-d.boys and their wives will feel that the evening. Among those present least they can do is to come to see were Mis-e- s Minnie Hutson, Lula mother on her birthday." and Tcna Ogden, Gillie Bruner, Mary Is there any special time you'd like and Rulhie Lee Watts. Rocella Ever-maus to come, Kate?" asked Dick. "Between six and half past," Mrs. Nannie, Mattie and Stella Deighton answered promptly. Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Richard gets home a little after six." "Mark g Tool. Electric am1 Everman. Messrs.' Johnnie "We'll be here," Dick said. "I'll let Clay Conkwright, Jess Horton, Chas. lack and Fred and Bob know. Is there glnes, compressors, etc., or any form anything you'd liko, us to bring. of globe valve, or air or gas cock, has Ervine, Sam and Milard Johnson Kate?" been placed on the market by an William Hutson. Chester Ogden, John "Nothing except the children. I've American tool company, says the Popmade a batch of lemon and one of .gin- ular Mechanics. These tools takehe RallifT, Tom Rountree, Henry Herger cookies especially for them. And, place of hand labor in grinding valves Lcioy and Chester Everman. Dick, I hope that neither you nor any which require to be reseated periodiman, Willie Goo-e- y, Chas. Young, Wadie of the others will feel hurt at the cally. stand I've taken this year about the Chas. Swope. All presPerry and meeting here on mother's birthday. I Furnaces of Niagara. ent report a nice time. The abundant supply of electric enfeel that I couldn't have it after all the criticism. You understand, don't ergy derived from the falls of Niagara you?" has produced the hottest furnaces in NOTICE the world. They melt clay to form "But I thought " Dick began. Mrs. Deighton counting out a dozen the precious metal aluminum, they The regular yearly meeting of the eggs from a basket, placed the twelfth fuse lime and carbon the mostinfus-abl- e of all elements to produce the Stockholders of the Home Building one on the table, and then said, a note Saving Association will be held of satisfaction in her voice: "You curious new compound calcium carand know, it's one thing to invite a num- bide; they produce graphite, which is at the office of the Association, at, ber of people, to your house and quite almost as hard as the diamond; they ten o'clock, Saturday, January fi another thing to have that same num- turn out vast quantities of phosphorus, cap the climax by manufac1912. Stockholders are invited tc ber come as in duly bound. I've made and they even more preparations than I did last turing the invaluable carborundum. It be present. is said that the diamond kingdom is year, because there'll be 24 of us of. 22, since Margaret's nieces the only one left for the furnaces of V. W. BUSH, President are here, and not a soul Mil dure to Niagara to conquer. criticise- - things,, because ofl being '"Corporation With a Soul. Do you see?" An Illinois electric 'light company "Maybe; but I think it will take a DEATH IN ROARING FIRE woman to understand your argument," Is making an effort to show its patrons that corporations are not without of Dick answered, laughing. may not result from the work heart, and during the past summer it firebugs, hut often severe burns an has been supplying free, on the recTired of Tempermanental. caused that make a quick need foi Backer I am going to have a reci- ommendation of physicians, electric procity understanding with the star fans and the necessary current to Bueklen's Arnica Salve, the. quickyou have selected before the show drive them, in the sick rooms of perest, surest cure for burns, wounds sons who are unable to pay for the goes out. service and who would be benefited by bruises, boils, sores. It soothes anc1 Manager What is it? many Backer If she'.akes the ehgage-nen- the presence of the fans. In heals. Drives off skin eruptions, ul cases where houses were not wired I must first take her necessary work ecrs or piles. Only 25 cents at the company did-th- e , without cost. The Winchester Drug Company. r. "t i , one-thir. Valve-Grindinvalve-grindiisi-t- er, nn, Valve-Grindin3t self-invitet, "I hope you won't misjudge me, Dick, but I have had to take a stand in the matter," Mrs. Deighton said, regretfully, as, having measured a cupful of flour and dropped it into the sifter, she looked across the kitchen at her ' brother. "Do you really mean, Kate, that you are not going to invite the family to celebrate mother's birthday in your home as we have done for the last six years; in fact, ever since she came back from the east to live with you?" her brother asked. "Exactly." Mrs. Deighton measured another spoonful of flour, set it on the table, seated ,herself on a chair near and faced her visitor. "I quite expected that you'd be coming, Dick, to learn my plans for mother's birthday, and you're entitled to know them, for you, at least, have always been appreciative. You see, entertaining 22 children and grandchildren of mother's has meant a lot of work and expense for me, but I have felt that it was worth while if only mother and the family were pleased. But human nature, especially woman nature, craves appreciation, and since I've heard of certain disparaging remarks about my method of entertaining, made by different members of the family, I have decided not to have the' birthday meeting this year." Will Be Found of Great Convenience in Making Notes or Plans in Dark Basements. An 1 , 6, KjC a word far aaal MTtlM. 10c a word par awith. 1 1 Scattered kisartlms, le par UatRlm architest desires to' make a note The Laughing Comedy Success of some defect in the dark basement tuts, far of a building, an author to record a the sudden midnight inspiration, sleuth to sketch a plan on the spot; In fact, many instances arise where the electric pencil shown In the Illustration would be useful in giving a little light and that only where need President. W. R; SPHAR. ' Cashier. THE GIRL AND taaa MM MatMci aarga aa hat tfcaa B aaats. hsarM far TRACY AND STOKELY FOR SALE NICE SUBURBAN HOME THE TRAMP SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. A Sparkling Comedy With Music. Same attraction played Louisville week of December and Cincinnati Xmas week. Two story frame dwelling with 7 looms, halls--, porche.- -. cellar, natural water work.-;- , good cistern, with in outtwo acres of land: stahlc; 17 line of city limits on one of the he-.- t pikes coming: in Winchester. Price ir-i- jut UJIDJIME Combined TABLES A GUARANTEED UCTION. right. Office in McEldowney Building Pencil and Light. LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY No. 1 No. 3 Daily Daily a. m. p. m. 1:25 1 BOTH PHONES PRICES 35c and 50c. GALLERY 25c ) FOR RENT Stahle. Apply to 0 French avenue. T, C. Hardest. 3t WESTEOUNT Lv. Quicksand, Ky, Jackson, Ky. O. & K. Junction .... .. '5:05' 1:50 5:10 1:57 5:35 2:22 6:03 .2:51 6:25 3:12 6:43 3:30 7a9 4:05 7:51 4.37 8:05 5:35 REAL ESTATE. A:hol, Ky Beattyville Juct. Ky Torrent, Ky Campton, Jnct., .. Clay City, Ky. L. & E. Junction . . Winchester, Ky. .. he. Lexington, Ky. .. ... Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or rent. A specialty of Lot sales. BLOOMFIELD FOR RENT A 0 room cottage v illi uli. modern conveniences: bargain in town if taken at ou.-c-. Apply to Kobbin? at this office. Both phones-- , or c.ill at residence, E. Tenn. phone 33G. :ii LOST Gold pin, between Hoone Find3t 80 I EASTBOUND Lv. Lexington', Ky . iSVincJiester, Ky. L. & E. Junction Clay City, Ky. Campton Jiut . Torrent, "'":atty-jle-Juc4 il. . 1 t Ky.-- . vj. cs iv. duncuon. - No. 2 No. 4 Daily Daily p. m. 'a. m. 1:35 7:2( 2:17 8:03 2:35 8:18 3:05 8:50 3:47 9:27 4:04 4:25 ,4:52 10:30 5:19 10:57 11:05, 11:25, i'i- - RAW Auditorium Bids. & street and Baptist church. er please phone 337. LOST Pair nose "glasses on street. Return to C. C. Rabbins, this office and receive reward. . 3t 1 Mfro ?! ire. t'JJtiil- . r - J0T OWihM !? WANTED to exchange thirty-si- x o. riTca shares in the Hagan Gasoline Engine Co-- , for shares in the Burlcy .TobaeeoICol I ha;c no. advantage-oleyen. I have never sectr-a-st- a Jackson K3'.. .. . .nr. Quicksand,-Jy- . Clark Count v National BA CiteMl fcorf nient o eit'lier Ifobfnson. of them, ''i2-3(K- '"f.tl U CONNECTION: Iti ( LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will make connection', at Lcxinfton with the L. & X. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3. will make, .connection with tho L. & N. at f exinprton for Cincinnati, Obip. CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos. 1, 2 3. and 4 will make connection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains Nos. 1. 2 and 3 will make connection with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville. IMS HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms with gas and water. Apply to A. II. Sympson, corner Maple 'And '' Hickman streets. 12-29-- 'tf Accounts' ot ' mi Trailers Merchants, Farmers Solicited;' FOR SALE or RENT 27: of excellent land, modem' improvements, all new; 1 mile fromVin- ! 'ehctjer on IJuckervillc piko. . J. II. Xewberrj-ETcnn. Collections "Bade 'on" AlV PoW1 phone-12-28- -tf , lGl.- V'! Capital and Surplus WANTED 0. &.K. JUNCTION $350,000.00 Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connection with OLio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. of small Management man and wife; good t nicker and experienced in Salary extensi- - e poultry raising. Write or per-- t Alfred A kinson, Winchester, Ky. . farm oy all-rou- CHARLES SCOTT, General Passenger Agent. 18UISVILLE & NASHVILLE Southbound. No. 87 CincLmati-Kcoxvil- le local 10:2o a. m. No. 83 Cincinnati- - Jacksonville limited, 10:52 a. m. 'Jo. 9 Maysville-Stnior- d local 'Uh Cineinnati conaectiop at Pmia arrives at C:30; departs at 'i:3.j p- - m No. 31 Cincinnati-Atlant- a limited 11:22 p. m. - Lexington Laundry Company can save you express on Dry Cleaning which is our speciality. R. SID ELKIN, Agent. -- 12-28-- Gt furniture. FOR SALE- - Household Apply to Ira Tanner, GO Winn avenue". 12-27-- tf FOR SALE notne Pno&i 7W. Office Hours ! $ to 1 12 te AM 4 PM Timothy and clover hay; cither in small or large quantities. JL S. Miller, city. 12-- 1 t l-- DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST, Firth Floor .HcEIdowney BuUdlnf ' WINCHESTER, KY. FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, the best on the market; yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. " struction Company. 11-28- -tf 3 Insure limited 1 4:52 a. m. (7 S.fnt STROTHER'S No. 10 Stanford-Mays-i- ll local iysrJf h w rT fip a sonnectine At Pane for Cincinnati. i ilue at 7:15, leaves at 7:22 am. OLD MoarTMANWET' lo-No. 38 Knoxville-Cincinna- ti arrives 2:48; departs 2:53 p. m. FIRE INSURANCE AND O'.V.V.VO.O'.V.-.V.'- O No. 33 - Jkfomryi.Cin;riali REAL ESTATE AGENCY Bring Your Furs, Hides And limited 5:37 p. m. All Kinds of Metal to CHAS. All are daily, except Nos. 9 ant Vfflea Frattmlty BWi-- , Pbww 15 10. which are daily except Sunday. ZIGMAN Junk shop at Watnscott Court, North Main street, and 4 CHESAPEAKE. & 0H!t. get the Highest Cash Prices. . o East&aund. FOR OLD JETT WHISKY No. 26, Daily, Ex. Sun. ..8:45 a.'ja. Ml UIH KER DR. RALEIGH B. MILLER No. 22.' Daily 12 10 p. m Best on The Harktt o. 28, Daily Vk Snn .. 6:30 p. 13. Veterinary Physician, and Surgeon. ,W No. 24, Daily ..... 9:10 '' : ' WestnowcJ' '. Located at Gaines' Livery Stable No. 27, Daily, Ex. Sun... 6:22 a. m. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Calls answered No. 21, Ddly 7:48 a. m. on West Broadway Attorneys-at-La- w o. 25, Daily Ex Sun . . 2 50 p. ai i promptly. oth Floor McEldowney Building No. 23, Daily i 15 p. m. 34 Atlanta-Cincinna- ti northbound ii J tCi RELIABLE 1. o.v. ....rro.-- mSAM JETT ... 7e.o.d-lEcth Phones 300. Eating Acid Fruits. Acid fruits should not be eaten with food rici. in starch, such as bread and Selfishness .of Love. milk, cereals and meat. They comHe who loves deeply finds a sweet bine well, however, with vegetables revenge In acting so that his beloved and other fruits. one shall appear ungrateful. w Winchester, Ky. J. i M. STEVENSON Attanwy-at-Law ' Wfecliestsr, Ky. """"iil ujni'iiy, - i 60 S. Main St. - '. I v. ; a,- - -. ,-- - t . , j-- A'f - ? 1 m 8X