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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 4, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912010401_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 4, 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. i ft jr F t. ? VOLUME 7; Ne. 4. V DELIGHTFUL PLAY TO BE SEEN HERE nini MM WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1912. SIXTY DOLLARS TO CHURCH OF CHRIST 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK t PS&v ' - ML LEAVE FOR E DWARD HINES - BE GIVEN AWAY DEAD BODY OF ADMIRAL EVANS Jb c J ry & ' . -- 4.'. To see Happy Jack is to laugh dollars will he giv u away KENTUCKY GIRL MAKES DENIAL at Sixty Auditorium .skating rink on and his new vehicle, "The Girl and the unabated interest. The Tramp," as produced Saturday Friday night, January 5. The hours are 3 o'clock in the afnight, at the tViucheslcr Opera Inquire for particulars at the Au- ternoon and TzlCt in the evening. Is Found By Her Father in Bathtub Of the Charges cn Which He is Be-- - ditorium. Mr. Will Curry, of The Curry Dry House gives him plenty of opportuThe public is cordially invited to nity .foreaie that mirthful sensa-.tin- n At Her Washington Home. Com- come. ing Tried by The Directorate of Gceds Store, to Engage i.i Real without drawing too much on plaint Lodged. HOG BREEDERS ASK Union League Club. his personality. Estate Business. The audiences that LOS ANGELES The meetings at the Church of- Christ on iFairfax street, in charge of Eld. T. Q. Martin, continue with DIKJUDDENLV Fighting Bcb Evans of Two Hours Washington. Washington. Jan. 4. Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans. "Fighting Bob," died suddenly Wednesday at his home in this city. Acute indigestion ended the career of one of the most popular ollicers in the navy, ne wjs ill less than two hours. Admiral Evans, born 03 years ago in Floyd county. Va.. aiose Wednes day apparently in better health and After Illness at His Heme at air. Will Curry, of The Cuny Dry Goods Store, will sever bis connection with that store and will 'cave on Febraury 1 for Los Angeles, Cal., where he will engage in the real es- tate business. lL' . Mr. Currv has lived hero nil of his life. He is a son of the late W. W. "Curry, and a gentlemon of the highest class. As a business man he has bcen exceedingly successful, and owes his prosperity to his dean and upright business methods. IIj possesses a genial disposition and attractive personality, which have made him extremely popular with 'he mauy patrons of the Curry Store. Winchester has no more exaoiplaiy citizen than Mr. Curry, and it is with icret that his friends learn o his contemplated departure. the theatre enjoy an entire evening of fun, and when , the curtain finally descends on Hie finish, everyone seems glad to have been there to witness Mr. James Green undoubted success in the role of Happy Jack, the tramp, who, with the assistance of the adopted girl Flo Randall, rescues the home and hapof the piness from the clutches Redman. scoundrel, Philip Special mention might be made of each member of the excellent cast brought together to portray the different characters of this production. fill From the time Happy Jack makes his appearance in the yard of the Mart on home singing,' "Any Old Place I Hang My Hat is Home, Sweet Home to Me," to his declaration in the last act, that he intends to be more than casual acquaintance DR. D. I. to Flo Randall and to the Merton family, there is a continual flow of BITTEN BY DOG bright speeches and amusing' situations, and there is not a dull moment during the whole evening's perfor- Was Attacked Tuesday While Mak- mance. ing a Professional Call at Shearer By Vicious Animal. E TO - Dr. D. J. Williams was attacked Tuesday while making a professional call at Shearer, and was badly bitten twice by a vicious dog. The animal was not mad. and Dr. Williams many friends hope- for his speedy recovery. A son of Dr. Williams, D. J. Jr., was bitten by a dog a few days tnc near"II Find Graded School. - UNDERGO OPERATION At Norton Infirmary, Louisville. Await Many Friends The Outcome. Anxiously Chicago, Jan. 4. Under a rigid LEGISLATURE'S AID by his fellow-clu- b members Edward Hines mude complete denial Wednesday night the Want an $18,000 Appropriation For charges which ho is being tried by Serum To Be Used In Fighting the directorate of the Union League Club. Cholera. t Mr. Hines appeared hoforo the Directors when they convened as a triLexington, Ky.. Jan. 4. A splenbunal shortly after 4- - o'clock Wed- did, crowd of hog breeders from all nesday afternoon, accompanied by sections of Kentucky was present liis. (counsel. Marquis Eaton. One at the second day's meeting of witness was heard prior to Hines tak- Farmers' Week Wednesday, which ing the stand and voicing his denial was devoted to the Kentucky Swine of the charge that he solicited con Breeders Association. One of the tributions in the parlors of he club principal matters of interest was the to a .$100,00 slush fund alleged to adoption of a resolution asking the r, have been used to elect William legislature for an appropriation of a Senator from Illinois., 18,000 for the preparation 'and fiee The session of the Directors Wcd- - distribution of anti-hn- g cholera sencsdnv afternoon and night was rum and a committee composed of far from tranquil. Messrs. Thomas J. 'Bigstaff, of Mt. The disclosure to the members of Sterling: R. J. Hughes Spurr, of the club that Mr. Hines is on trial Lexington, and J. Lewis Lettcrlc, of stirred up factional feeling, with the Harrod's Creek, was selected to preresult that at least two of the mem- sent the resolution to the General bers of the tribunal showed by their Assembly. hat they questioning of witnesses The principal address of the day viewed the defendant in a was made by Dr. W. B. Niles, of Iofriendly way than their associates. wa State University, who spoke on '"Hog Cholera" answering a number of questions that were a&'keil by LEGISLATURE HAS breeders about this dreaded disease. QUIT TILL MONDAY ' Officers For 1912'Elected at night a banquet followed by Harmon, Wilson And Speaker Clark the election of ollicers and at which a number of interesting speeches Are invited to Address General were made, was held. The following cross-examinatiLor-imc- DEATH OF IS. W. E. Her Singleton Home ii' METTIE GOOCH Mother of Mrs. Mojlife'Deatheragf.'of Dullley fctVect, wn's taken 'WcdnesilaV to the Norton Tnnrniary', 'Louisville' for a She' was .ijry serious: 'operation. ac'comiMiiied hy Mrs. Lula Mansfield. XTItjo operation "Will ' ro(hably 'lib performed on Friday,' and the 'many1 friends of Mrs. Dentherago aiixio'iU- iMr.s. Assembly On, ResPIuticn., Trankfoi-t. ' ,,, President Ky., Jan. 4. Both Houses of the' Cencral 'Assembly adjourned Wcdiles !iy until January I some routine S, after transacting business; adopting a resolution to in vito Speaker Chai'ip" Clark, of the ' N'atibnaf House of Representatives . Oov. Jud-ii- n llarnon, of Ohio, and Governor Wood row Wilson, of Xcw Jersey, to address the General As sembly and adopting resolutions of providing for the employment certain employes,, A gravel from t!ie Home of H.vi'y Clay was presented to Lientenfii t by Senator Governor McDci-:.iot- t Herman D.. Xewcomb, of Louisv'lK who said the gift came from the students of the State University, with. the hope that it would "fail on on a good appropilation." Governor MoCiiary sent ' ij thei Senate fo.r confirmation, the names of Rob.'-r- l W. Brown, of thv Louisville Times; Tibbis Carpenter, of Governor Scoitsville; W. II. Cox, of Maysville, and Claude who have !. Teirell. of Bedford, '.vcn appointed trustees of t'.ie State ' K. J. Hughe's Spurr, of' J. K. Lexington. Vice-Preside- nt Rouse, await the outcome. Passes Away at Woodford County. RICH WOMAN "Word was received here Thursday WEDS CHAUFFEUR Husband is But Half His Wife'! Pri- M.. W. Xcal. Louisville. Mr. Xftal is the only Secretary the Kentucky Swine Breeders, Association, has ever had. The association was first formed about fifteen years ago but the organization was suspended, the present association being formed December 13, 1000, and this was its fourth successive meeting in Lexington. Hooper Welcomes Visitors The meeting was called to order by the President, Mr. Jesse Chilton, of Cnmpbellsburg. The address of vvelcome was delivered by Prof. J. J. Hooper and the response by Mr. T. J. Bigstali, of Mt. Sterling. The address of welcome was to have been delivered by Dr. M. A. Scovell but he vns unable to be in the city. The enrollment of the members then followed after which the follow ing program was carried out: "Forage Crop for Hogs" F Mclvee, Versailles. "Why a Tamworth," W. Warren Payne's Depot. Secretary and Treasurer morning of the death of Mrs. Metii:' county, wi: Gooch, of Woodford had been quite ill for some time. She was the mother of Mrs. W. E. Singleton, of this city. Her children are: Warren and Theoii:c Gooch, who lived with her, Muni Gooch, of Kcene: Logan Gooch, and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, of near otir Age, And Was Foimetly Her vate Secretary. South, Bend, Ind., Jan. 4. Mrs. Mabel M. Treanor, who, after one of the hardest fought battles in the le al history of St. Joseph county suc- eeded in having' et aside the will of her mother, Mrs. Samuel Good, and thereby gaining possession of million-dollestate, was married in Chicago Wednesday to her chauffeur HaVrv Alfred Wood. The ceremony was performed by Rev. M. J. Fitzsimmons and v nossed hv .Mrs. Ireanors two sons. who then returned to a military school at Lima, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Wood have departed for California. .Wood is but. half his wife's age. and was a chauffeur and secretary to her following her first husband's death. Treanor died here two years ar Garrett. Mrs. Gooch was a lovely Chrir:?-- i character. She was tendeily Try hosts of friends, who extend the tenderest sympathy to Mrs. Sinjr,o-toin this sad hour of bereavement, n, and to all other relatives. The funeral will take place at on Friday at 2:30 o'cloti:. COURT 01" APPEALS Action was taken in the Kentucky ourt of Appeals on Clark county cases, as follows: City of W'nchester vs. Winchester Water V.'ovS Company: appel lant filed supplemental brief. White vs. Jouett, Clark; appellant moves for time until calling of case on docket to print and file brief, mo tion submitted, and hy consent sus tained, .appellant given to January and appellee to lath to file brief and appellee is permitted to withdraw brief heretofore filed and file printed Appellant copies in lieu thereof. grounds and moves the court filed for oral argument, motion submitted PITIFUL CASE " Louisville. Ky., Jan. 4. :While visiting at the home of Mrs. A. L. Lamptoii, a friend, John Smith, 7(5 years old, and blind, was stricken with vertigo. His aged wife saw him .stagger and sought to prevent his falling. Ilor efforts resulted in torn ligaments in both arms. Both man and wife were Tendered uncon-seio- u FINED FOR SPEEDING the City Hospital WedRob Lilly, of Lexington, was fined $14.00 in Police Court Wednesday nesday night it was stated both ' night, for exceeding the speed limit would, die. University. Senator Tom Combs' ohl Relirioi' and. M'.rals Committee had Senator Eaton and died." announced Wednesday that it would be known hereafter as the Comn.'t-te- e on County Unit and Regulation Intoxicating Liquors. There will of be no smothering of bills in Commit tee this session; that much is certain A proposition to dispose of the old Capitol came from Senator of Jessamine Wednesday when irlroduced a resolution providing he f v the appointment of a committee of three to look into the advisnbi'ity of celling the old building. doin-went Ar-l-e'- t. Jarsell, Mcricr.r-ills- . LEXINGTON POLICE Washington, Jan. 4 Following the death of Miss Margaret Shawhan, of FORCE SHAKEN OP Lexington,, Ky., who died of carbon monoxide poison generated by a gas heater, Representa- Twelve Men, Alleged to Have Been tives Austin and Campbell, membe'rs .Disloyal to Democratic Tickei of the House District Committee, lodged with President Taft WednesLast Fall "Filed." day a complajnt against the failure of the District Commissioners to Lexington, Ky., Jan. 4. The Po- just such apparatus, which ee and fire tommissiun ednes- apparatus, it is declared, lias causay night 'vmook up the police ed several deaths in the same man- force of Lexington when it let out ner in recent years. srelvc men and elected twelve oth Miss Shawhan's body was found in ers in tueir places. Tne action of a bathtub by her father, Joseph the Commission had the support of Shawhan, about (! o'clock Tuesday Major J. E. Cassidy and is at least afternoon. part the result of the action of Mr. Sliawlian is" Secretary to certain members of the department Robert Williams, Deputy Commis- in working for the election of Ilenrv Duncan, Jr., for 'Mayor at the rc- sioner of Internal Revenue. He came ent election, tliouga most of them here from Lexington, Ky.. several in deny such action. Cassidy was afyears ago. Tie was an emploj-ethe office of the Lexington Internal ter the scalp of the Avhole bunch and Revenue Collector, and was also pri- he got them, and he served notice on vate Secretary to Governor Bradley. Jhem after the election ho would. Those in the list were Lieutenant has. Overly, Detectives J. C. Ford. UNDERWOOD WON'T Henry Baker, Ind John B. Ry.in. and itrolmen Edward Tincher, P. J. E Garland, Mike Crawley, Bernard William James Grant, ouey, John Dincen and Robert Finds Nebraskan is to Speak Last Hale. The new men appointed arc Ernest at Banquet! art'd Declines to Attend iicobs, John Hickey, W. R. English. Big Event. William Thornton, John J. McCarthy. Chailes A. Henry, John Cropper. Washington. Jan. 4. Democratic imes L. Doyle. Dan Devereaux. leader Oscar W. Underwood's decis William Keefc, Peter Haiinon; and ion i.ot to mend the Jackson Day Every mother's Marion Delanev. nig!it b:iiHj :et here next Monday on of them was a good Dqiocrat.,at i:n- which, became .known .We.dne-dahe last election and did his best forannouncement, mcdi: tely ai'ter the the ticket. that the management committee, .had Chief Jerry J. Reagan and the Bryan, given to William Innmn dice Department and Chief Mal on his .vn vequest. the. last phi co colm Brown of the Decretive Depart- the i jeaking program threw .Deiuo-- a uent, were and Denny Hurry. crat.- - in Congress into McCarthy was promoted from Cap- Mi'. Underwood declared he would ain to Night Chief, succeeding Pete not attend the banquet because of Jenkins, who has been elected his present attack of threatened County Detective. James Egan was His physician, he said, promoted from Patrolman to Cap- had ordered him to attend no banfain and Newton Ilarkins was given quet ; and particularly to made no , sper.-Uesnor do anything requiring Overlv's job as Lieutenant.. The twelve new men are ail unusual exertion. be 'husky guvs," weighing fiom IfiS "I will not have any speech to pouiiils aim most 01 mem oemg read at the dinner," added Mr. Un over six leet tall. derwood. "If T were theie to make The following were named as sub a speech. I would desire to deliver stitute paholmen: Clinton A. Moore, it myself." 5fi years old, height C feet, weight Much Discussion Aroused n est lo"S pounds. Residence 228 Nevertheless, the forecasted e of the majority of the House Sixth street". Single. from a National Democratic affair at J. L. Wilcoxson. 53 years old. which other leaders of the party and height 5 feet 10 inches, weight 210 312 Jefferson me:i. who are mentioned as candi pounds. Residence the presidential nomination street. Married: two children. dates for arc to speak, aroused discussion Pollard MoKinney and Watt Burk, break .vho have been substitutes for some with the between Brvan and Underwood. time past were continued on the sub hot-wat- er e y, ab-se- spirits than he had enjoyed in some time. For years a Mifferer from old wounds sustained in the Civil War and fiom reclining attacks of rheumatism, the aged lighter seemed to have shaken off the burden of his ad vancing years, lie displayed tngii spirits at breakfast and ate a hearty luncheon at noon. Stricken in His Library While in his library afcT o'clock the Admiral was stricken.' Instantly his family sent for Dr. S. S. Adams, who. on his arrival, found the patien in great pain Aftoi- - trpntment .A miral Evans fell into a - retles deep and it was thonghtWthnt the 55 j - danger had passed. Shortly afte- - o'clockiiehowever, he awakened and raising Miimself with difficulty, announced that he was choking. J "I cannot get my breath," he 'said ind sank back. At 4:4. o'clock he died, conscious to the end. MARKETS Cattle Ac- Cincinnati, Jan. five and steady to strong at lues- day's prices: shippers $G(?7, extra 7.107.2.-i-; lnitcher ..sfeers ,mr& .f(;.:i.l(K.")0,.'g-'i6'tclijucc $bi2j$;t fair."1 H3(j$jHl i;.2T, lo heifers, extra $.'5.7.'G, good to choice &(irf:b.', connuon to fair .::.2.")((rit.3.") ciiws. dxtra $ol2f. good. to choice .f4.:00ii;.10, common to o fair f2.75; 5?l."i0 bills steady: bolognas $4 $i.7n, fat bulls .f4.70(?o; milch cows steady to strong. Calves Opened steady; closing slow and 2o(oK0c lower; extra $9.25 (9.75; fair to good .$89.25; common and large .i!48.23. Hogs Market generally 5c lower: selected heavy shippers .$0.30, gno-to choice packers and butchers $6.25 C30. mixed packers $G.15.'E(:.2"5. stags $35, common to choic3 heavy fat sows $4.253.85, extra $8.75.. light shippers $5.856.10; pig less) $55.75. (110 lbs and Sheep Steady: extra $2.50, good to choice $33.40, common to fair $1.25fi)2.85, stock ewes $33.30, yearlings $3.50(7i?4.25. Lambs Steady; extra $R, jr.nrt to choice $5.50o.90, common lo I fair $33.50. "How to Diagnose Hog Cholera," Robert Graham, Kentucky Experiment Station. "Report of Work' Done by the Kentucky Experiment Station in Preparation and Distribution of g Cholera Seram," Prof. E. 3. Goode, of Experiment. Station. Vriti-IIo- stitute list. MME. CURIE ILL in No action was taken by the board j GRANTED DIVORCE Pari. Jan. 4. iMme. Linn Cuva- - Agricultural Building where a numlicri was Wednesday granted a de ber of hogs were vaccinated so that cree of divorce from Robert W the visitors might see just how the Chanler, of Xcw York, the Court operation was performed. hearing the suit thus which has-beeundoing the last knot in the legal enMiss Beitha Lee Patton has gone tanglement in which the Amerieai to Baltimore to attend school nnd artist and sportsman became involv. study voice culture. ed when he married the ouera sill-'ei- iParis, France, aJn. 4. Mme Curie, famous scientist and discov-nw- r nf radium, who is suffering from an acute attack of appendicitis spent a restful night at the hospital of' the Sisters of St. Mary. are preparing to operate on Hog Vaccination Demonstrated her. The resolution for the appropriaMme. Curie was before the public tion for the preparation and distriin the g cholera serum, recently when she was named bution of petition of the wife of Prof. was then taken up and adopted. Dr. divorce Longevin was given Graham then gave .a practical dem- Longcvin. Mme. divorce and then dropped criminal onstration of the vaccination of hogs a had instituted serum. He took nrocccdinss she with husband and Mme. Curie the audience to the .basement of the a"ainst her Sur-iieons anti-ho- anti-chole- ra reference to the Fire Departmen' at the meeting Wednesday, but it is THE LYRIC generally understood that there will be another meeting in the near future The Battle of Traflagar. (Edison) which will have as far reaching ef (iPathe.) Starlight's Necklace. fects as the session Wednesday af- -. Live, Love and Believe. (Essanoy) ternoon. This is a very strong programme. While Mayor Cassidy has declined Dou't miss it. The Battle of Trafto "ive out any information in regard lagar is a very fine picture. tip a hot to his appointments Matinee everyday at 2:30 and 3. among the politicians Wednesday night was to the effect that Michael RENT Flat, four rooms, long R. Fox. who lias been clerk of the FOR hall and bath. Lexington avenue. Police Court would be appointed Bloomfield and Ratliff. Mayors Clerk and that Judge SamWhen Pugilism Wi Underpaid. Cribb received a public ovatloa when he returned to London, asd. Hot-boIs said to have beea rendered impassable by the asembled crowd. He gained only $2,000 by the ight a contrast to the enormous amounts received win or lose by present day j fighters. TOO LATE TO CLOT uel .M. Wilson 'would be the new City Solicitor. ADVANCE AGENT HERE Mr. Fox has long been a close Mr. Harry J. Spellman. represent friend of Mayor Cassidy and Judge Wilson's good work in the last cam ing "The Girl of the Mountain; paign has endeared him to the Company was here Thursday. play will appear here on Jan hearts of the Democrats elected on The uary 11. and is said to be a splendid the ticket in November as well as to rn I . production. the rank' and filo"f iMie'party. He--M- M 18 mK'i. ! i. ft ; 1 w . IWfluL ItHtt S IMr Street, S Y W Lot ownCemetery . To the Stockholderfte-ners of the Winchester t The following,, is a report of, the , nfljiterei; as second-clas- s 'matter, property, assets and liabilities of the iToyHnber'Qg; 1998, tat ibe ptfstoffice Winchester Cemetery Company, as iHSEja chaster, Ken tacky, under the of, January 1st, 1912. fcet Dally, Except Swriay. Comply.: . .. of Mtrch 3,1879." 111 r One Month .Assets d A certain boundary of land Beth Plwnes 91. in the western suburbs of Ky., used for burial purposSUBSCRIPTION RATES: es and maintaining the Cemetery, af-'ly Mall. deducting therefrom the lots $3.00 Daily, one year heretofore sold. Six Months . . .' Cash in Bank January 1st, sitn-atrWin-r-hester 0 . r--x v ; Payable in Advance. AlVERTOINf KATES: WW VbbW 3 i i I t NT E 0 witkU 8fi WMk. . Qa.wMk, eo&tiapouly Qm eakadar mo eontianosily Fan wMka, 4 tivM a rak Fear weeks, three tin m week. 1hu. weeks, two tmee a week.. L20 RMtfR RifitlCGePeT LlM: .75 Tamr weeka, oae thau a week. . body type... 7 c Iteeimii aotioes, heading. . . 15o Pap reading, insertions of same ChreeeoatiBuocs rate. Jteaa at doaUe the oae-uClmHM Per Wtr: le Oae inaertios, any eaitioa insertions continuously .. 2o rkret Lick three additional insertions. o Gae, calendar ao., continuously. .10c Kothinf counted less than IS words, ilea eharged on books for law than 36 eenta. uy afitiw t...$2,M2.88 1912 Amount due from Superin- - . tendent for work done 573.80 and reported (Machinery, tools and sup500.00, 9. plies (estimated) .50 Amount due for burial perLOO 7.00 mits (old) 3.00 Amount due for lot sold . . 200.00 2.40 ' 1.80 $3,873.G8 Liabilities Amount due on , .25 land pur nra ae , this rvpzn I RtpnesEHTED rov.ciGi ADVERSING BY THE tor . NEW lV1 -- YORK AND CHICAGO GENERAL OFFICES ..$282.40 chase contracts Amount due Superintendent, 315.00 etc., for salaries Accounts payable for jmate-riafound in secondary pneumonia,". c'on andi'Ciir'e? eopghsj cblds. and croup supplies and inciden sequent upon cholera, as well as in and prevents bronchitis and pneumo50.00' primary pneumonia. Where cholera tals nia. Re fuse substitutes. :exists the lung hemorrhages are pr 'For Sale by AH Druggists. $647.40 ent also in the form of small pin point hemorrhages. This January 1, 1912. Also in this J J. D. SIMPSON, case the cholera lesions are prom! ' W. II. GARNER, nently developed in the alimentary T. C. ROBINSON, AT HOKE IN SC01T tract. These points serve to dis A. II. HAMPTON, tinguish the two conditions, whether Trustees. exisiting alone or simultaneously Vice of V. W. BUSH, When the two exist together the ipneumoni.'t is secondary and con Assistant becretarjr.. t President of United States Passes i M. tracted after the cholera has lower Away. i ii viFamv. iii'i . . FURSM. FURS!! FURS! l, Sister-in-Law snring..or. Ijte fair. JACKS) FEMIY lmwepeaw' nonseari v i Miss Lnella.Monroe, of Rankin year, aqd sheltered, it is not imeommon , Jnst at thir Kentucky is thickly scattered with a for them to die from this troirble. Jt is visiting Tier sister, . Mrs. Walsr fatal disease in hogs. This disease is sometimes contracted when they Shearer. Mr. Marcus Shearer has returnee1 in a majority of cases is hog chol are allowed to lie around haystacks where they pile up, bscome cheated. to. Berea to attend school, after beinp appliera, but there have been many cations for .anti:hog cholera", serum and then are severely chilled, or with friends and, relatives for two where,, jipon investigation, we have when they are allowed to be out' in a weeks. Lula and Ruth Woosley entertain-ed!- a found it was not hog cholera but 'cold, drizzling rain. It occurs more number of friends; Wednesday frequently in the winter than in the pneumonia. Pneumonia in swine is sudden variations of night last. A number of games were a very common disease, and during summer; under especially is very temperature, especially if Is damp. enjoyed, after which delicious re the prevalent. , And one should be able It is sometimes the result of catarrh freshments were served. Miss Carla Slroiig, of Indian to distinguish between, the primary brought on by slight exposure to 'Fields, has returned home, after inflammation in the lobes, lobules cold. spending several days with Misses Robert Graham, D. V. 'M., and connective tissues of the lungs Mae and Anna Shearer. Animal Husbandry, Division pneumonia and. hog cholera, which Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gravett, Sr., Experiment Station. Kentucky frequently shows a secondary pneu and two daughters, Maggie and monia in combination with lesions Kate; Mr. and Mrs. Walker Willson, A FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR C0M well indicative of hog cholera. and Mr. and Mrs. Ura Haggard were differential diagnosis of these two "CURES IN EVERY CASE" pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wildiseases in swine is not always pos POUND lie Gravett, of Bloomingdale, Thurs sible before death, and a post mor Mr..Jas. McCaffery, .Mgr... of the day. tem is therefore necessary. It is Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recomMisses Sadie and Olive Thomas, of true that in hog cholera pneumonia mends Foley's Honey and Tar Com- Ruckerville, spent several days iast often exists, but always as secon- pound, because it cures in every week with Mrs. Fielder Adams. dary pneumonia; however, pivjurn- ccase. "I have used it myself and J. W. Woosley bought a load of nia may occur alone as a primary in I have recommended it to many othcorn of Mr. TIios. Bellamy; price fection. ers who have since ttold me of its f4 per barrel. In pneumonia congested areas are great curattive power in diseases of Mr. J. T. Roe has "moved to a found in the lungs, sometimes of a the throat and lungs." Foley's Honhouse in Allansville, Mr. and Mrs. bright red'tjnge but often of a dark ey and Tar Compound is a reliable Stanley Baber will occupy the one 'grayish red. In some cases they are family medicine. Give it to your vacated by him. 'black with pockets of pus (Gan- - children, and take it yourself when greneus).. This latter condition is yon feel a cohl coming on. It check" PttEMMNM IN Sfftir $lie jearly M oas-aree- .soofhe i Grows , hair and we can prove it Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lustrous and Beautiful Immediately After a Danderine Hair Cleanse Danderine leBwBB BBm tX-tr-. winter-month- BBBk Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff A little Danderine now vill immediately douWe the beauty of your hair No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw It through your hair taking one small strand at a time. The effect is immediate and amazing your lair will be light, fluffy and wavy and have an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true liair health. Try as you will after an application of Danderine, yoa cannot find a single trace of dandruff or a loose ot falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you most will be after afew week's use When you will actually see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair sprouting all over the scalp. Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the loots, invigorates and strengthens them. Its properties cause the liair to grow abundantly long, strong and beautiful. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet countermand prove to yourself tonight now that your hair U as pretty and soft as any that it lias been neglected or Injured by careless treatment that's all you surely can have beautiful hair and lots of it, if you will just try a httle Danderine. Real surprise awaits you. hP(-MZ- , i JbBBB x i JBBBB vBBBBK VBBBBBm w jt. ."JBBBBBBfl -- 'IBBBK ' BBBBBBT NOTICE The regular yearly meeting of the shouts at Thompson, 7 Ul-Ih- s Stockholders of the Home Building cents per pound. and Saving Association will be held id nigth to Born, Tue.-da- y at the office of the Association, at Walter Virion, a dan liter. ten o eloek, Saturday, January (!,,1912. Stockholders are invited to Mary Ktta. T. 15. Rnpard aniT Everett Chancy ,be present. V. W. BUSH, President. sold their crop of tobacco to Hunt Quisciiherry at S cents .straight. Mi-Mr3t spent several davs hunting this neighborhood hist week. i Vernon Finney, of Ohio, k spend ing the holidays at home with his parents, at this place. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! 7 eu--ui- e . I? BRANCHES IN Ali THE if I PRINCIPAL CITIES .WE RULES OF THE SENATE the EEghijst. Prices for your Furs., b (i ' Will pay you CaSl neumonia in swine passes through tile same st animals anil n, ac I i ii ? i X News from Frankfort Tuesday told of the passing of the "Tom imtrr8eBsT3ileB'hbyiwhich 4t tookaAY! the Senate ...t. ..... tliinds rcLaorit to relieve Committee of consideration of any UltntweaWdreM-'dcsiredtstrariglciIThei .Senator HerTeports say .that when JJ man D. ,Newcomb introduced a reso-- f ' lution providing that a majority of the Senate should control it was vi-- 5 orouhly applauded and adoj)ti'd unanimously. This is as it should he. Senator Combs and his "wvt" colleagues in the last Senate were able, by working rule to retain their the two-thirgrip on the County Unit hill when a majority of the Senate, it was believed, stood ready to pass it. Senator, Combs was left at home by lus constituents when he came up for . and the action of the Tuesday shows another Senate change in, public sentiment and that the, politicians are learning to have the, good sene to keep thejr cars lo the ground. also announced Tuesday J It r was from Frankfort that Senator Claude IL Thomas, of the Bourbon-Clar- k district, would have chaTge of the County Unit Bill in his branch of the Assembly this winter. This also is deserved recognition of his work two years ago when he fought Combs and his associates but failed to save the bill. Senator Thomas is a Democrat but he has proved one of the best representatives this district lias had in the Senate in years. In his ds f if work for the betterment of the state k f he will have-thgood wishes of all good citizens, without regard to po- litic. Charles Duham, Lovington, 111., has succeeded in. finding a positive cure for bed wetting- - "My little bny wet the bed every night clear thro on the floor. I tried several kinds medicine and I was in the ...drug store looking for something different to help him when I heard of Foley's. Kidney Pills. After he had taken them two days wo could see a s change and when he had taken ofa.bottel he was cured. That is about six weeks ago and he has not, wet, in bed since' fPor Sale by All Druggists. y two-third-- i i nterpretea. Mechanical pne time ilia is freq neivt- .iu h wjs . auil .U East Tennessee Phone 2J5, Upm- - caused by direct .irritation,, .snch.as oncTVwe,Trec;iV"drIIi"lW1tt;n ?hone596. """"""" ll18'4u: medicinal linuids in fue J?)nrt or ih.l.l.ilitlithiiiiMlftiiiMlriitiiii.i'iti '.'0.t'rra;?Ml"JolMletailud,lwl"! drenches, which lodge in he lung' tis 1.... .i ....,tt:t.. Mill ,;ii;i,- - i.. IJI ui.iin; sues': bv dus,t and dirt, constantly! CHILDREN ''sleeping 'quar the lust inhaled from dusty She, was the daughter of "Hue!?", ters: 'by external wounds or prt!ai" George, Ely, at one time fltiqjd' tnc ' Ordinary Cathartics and Pills am" of fractured ribs penetrating- "'the" wealthiest and most linllucntial plan-to'Inng trssue.; from housing in ill venof the South, who owned a thouHarsh Physic Cause, Distressing tilated stables, necessitating 'the sand or.moe acrps of landTirML-.ist's-issippCcmplaints. constant innaiation ot lour air; as well as n the heart pf tlnj 'which is iitMiffii-ieii- t in oxvg cn ii Bine Grass country. As was the cae in tin 'nourish the body and results in pul You cannot be o with hundreds, of other monary stagnation and congestion medicine for children selection of Southerners, the war brought ruin to The animals exhibits a chill, often Onyl the very gentlest bowel medithem. cine should ever be given, except ii. passing unnoticed, followed by fever Died Where She Was Born Oiidnary pills which is indicated by dullness and emergency cases. Mrs. Johnson died on the farm upcathartics and purgatives are apt t .Irowsiness; increased breathing and on which- she was horn, but not in do more harm than good. They maj dry cough, with almost complete los the house, her present home having cause griping, nausea and other dis- of appetite. The animal shows confifty or sixty years tressing after-effect- s that are fre- siderable pain when forced to move, been bnilt about ago, a stately old Colonial (mansion. ind moving generally, stimulate.'quently Two children mourn her loss: Mrs. The Wc personally lecommend anr coughing and respiration. Sallie Johnson Burgiiv who conducts guarantee Rcxall Orderlies as Hit cough is dry at first, and in cases Lexington Conservatory of Musafest and most dependable remedy of recovery gradually becomes soft the George Johnson, which we know, for constipation anf er and easier. In fatal cases death sic, and a son,, Mr. n a farmer, besides many associate bowel diorders. We hav 's preceded by uneasiness, dullness, relatives, all of whom are such absolute faith in the virtues of loss of appetite, persistent fever other ipromincnt. this remedy 'that we sell it on out '(temperature 104 degrees to 180 Funeral Held Thursday increased pulse rate (as guarantee of money back in every inThe funeral took place at the homo stance where it fails to give entire "high as. 150 per. minute), and: in satisfaction, and we urge all in neer creased respiration. . The duration near Ditvall Station Tlnirsday mornof such medicine to try it at our risk ' if the disease is variable, but gen- - ing at 10:30 o'clock and the body-wa- s laid to rest in the private burial Rexall Orderlies are eaten just likr Tally. lasts from 8 to 14 days. candy, are particularly prompt an'" There is no disease which it is more grounds', where lie many of her an- agreeable in action, may be .taken a' important to prevent, as a diagnosis 'ecstrv. any time, day or night; do not caus :s not always made in time to rtvoid diarrhoea, nausea, griping,. excess! vr r check the disease when once THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE started. - Many cases in the early looseness, or other undesirable effects. They have a very mild bit, stages can be checked by the use of is its ratal leiuienvy to .pncumoiiin. positive action upon the organs witl psoni salts, 1 oz., and calomel 0 ,To cure your la grippe coughs take r. Aconite .tine. m and which they come in contact, apparFoley's Honey and Tar Compound. viride fluid ext 20-3- 0 gr. are R. E.. (Fisher, Washington, Ivas., ently acting as a regulative tonic upfood for their fever reducing proper on the relaxed inuscularcoat of. tin says: "I was troubled with a serere ty and their effect upon the vascu- - attack of la grippe and nothing I bowel, thus overcoming weakness and aiding to restore the bowels tc 'ar system, and should be combined used did me any good arid I was with stimulants and tonics, such as (threatened . with more vigorous and healthy activity pneumonia., A whisky, ginger, alcohol andbrandy. friend, adrjsed me to use Foley's Rexall Orderlies commonly c,om, pletely relieve constipation, excep .Latum urn, 4 dr. should be given to Honey audi Tar Compound and I got of course when of a surgical char- ;veep aconite and vera train from pro- -' some at oucc. I was relieved from acter. They also, tend to overcomi. lucing vomiting. In , the convales- - the very first. By the time; 1 had ent period ammonium' carbonate, taken three bottles my la gHppe-,rathe necessity of constantly takin' '15-4- 0 gr. or turpentine are used as gone. 1 beliere Foley's Honey and laxatives to keep the bowels !n nor-expectorants. mal condition. Three sizes of pack Tar Compound to be the best mediThe treatment- for pneumonia cine I ever used and always keep aagei, 10 cents, 25 cent?, and 5f ccttfs. Remember, you can- obtair should in the first place be preven bottle with me." Rcxall Remedies in Winchester onlj tion by removing .the cause, which is For Sale by All Druggists. at our store The Rexall- - Store frequently diie to" exposure" and' 4 Phillips Drug Storey 50 S. llain st: changeable climatic 7", conditions. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. orrecuy ter-in-la- w , V 1.,-- c.i rs i, i 1 over-careful well-to-dhealth-destroying. :well-knov4-- 15 ver-itmm 1-" - ''Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North blaple si v mpto, ; Charlie Haggard, of Corbin, was Will pay you the Highest Cask the guost of his hi other,, .7. W. Hag- Prices for your Furs. gard, of this place. Friday. J. W. HISEL Mr. and Mrs Joel j Garrett jind Misses, Florence Unpaid and Stella Bridge Junk Shop, Mby..have.retumed to (their home in Paiido spent several days lat week No. 23 North Maple st. Missouri, iaffer a visit to Mrs. Gar-f with Mrs. Ethan Jones, of Pine East Tennessee Phone 215, nom ! ... .i IiJe9tEliv ftllnpeS'ilt fiineljo'cloiiij rett's father, Mr. T, llilUUlll, 111 Grove aiid attended tho :jhow cit ! Phone 59G. (this place. Lexington. J. W. Haggard Id to Lois Mr. Joe A. TribbV, of Winchester. , wiit&r, od C&l, Lqiv'Sjohr SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. "iftilf!r- - ii of Richard M. Johnson. One-Ti- - EGYPT ll-18-4- fj:l!lW?i.'lliilMfiiiiJit : H j Mi li 'T UK ll tlt 'rtirwoH Copyrlfiht 1911 Alfred Decker & Cohn Trffi RrrZ-CARLTO-N &uti?ti Srauil . duties SUITS AND OVERCOATS MUST GO, i Y price. Every Suit and Overcoat in the house must be sold. We have made the price one big inducement. Now is your chance to get one of our finest Suits at your own 1 "WATCH WINDOW. DISPLAY" Rupard -- Stewart ... . 5 - Co. n ! t i p$ jut's f,t pf mi w kti ARTIS & Sr." 0 i N L YS-sO 3 JEWELER 3 ft-- CHBOWEN O ckuM-h . OPTICIAN ' . t' , , ' i - t IS tral H:ijti.-- t CIETY Mrs. T. C. Quisenberry, of Monl-gome- iy county, is visiting Mrs. Sue Vivion. Prof. W. A. , formerly principal of the K. W. C. Academy, is visiting here. Miss Florence RaEvans has returned from a visit in Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Oeorge Moore has rclurnPcl from a vi.sit to her son, in CincinPi-ice- Interesting Business Meeting The TJiilatiien CIjss f the Ccn helil iiu iuler-t'.iii- if hiiMiic.-- s meeting with Mrs. IL I), llsunsey, on TucMlay nijrlit. Officers weie elected for the new Further Redaction r ir Jt ,'. fir, , year. Liht rcfi cluneals wcic served, ;tt the close of the session. 1 I 1 u it For Hiss Robb Mrs. Miiry 'Barker, of Grecnsburg, Miss Klizahcili Mohb entertained lad.; Miss Myrtle Bush, Mrs. Clifton on Xew Year's evening at her I101113 Bush and son, nnd Miss Elliel Jlogur 'near Lexington, with a pre y din- of Indianapolis, are ' visiting the ner, in honor of. Miss Catherino homes of Mr. Allen Owen and Mr. Robl), of this comity.. P. K. Allen". The heantil'nl home was made more po hy deeoraiions.of ferns, smi-la- x $50.00 REWARD and red carnations. is offered for the arrest and 'convicCovers were laid for ten, and a tion of the party or parties that most elaborate dinner was served. broke the lock of the Winchester The rne.-t-s were: Miss K0M1, of Gun Club and stole and destroyed WiwJieVter; Mioses Elizabeth Lync. property. Anne Maon and Alma Collins, of WINCHESTER GUN CLUB. Win. HronMoii, Xieholavil!e; Me.-s- rs U Kimb rough. of. Chicago; Marion Douglas Cleddes and' Leonard Kar-ne- r, The Mark of Effort Seek not to have things happen as of Lexington, and Sam Smith, you choose them, but rather choose of Xieholasville. them to happen as they do, and so shall you live prosperously. Eplctctus1 .1' ' Eastern Star ' Be a Booster. 'The regular meeting of Winche'-tt-r Be a booster, not a knocker. Tou Chapter Order of Eastern Sto- -, Svill know, without telling, whicll of the's'e be held l'Tiilay night at in the two your highness, Yourself, prefers to have. ;' tj nWnill V biiildTng. nati. . Only a few more days and our SALE will be over and you will lose money, if youdon't buy now. We will save you big money on every thing carried by us. , 1 Suit Department Come in and ask. to see our :y :l: 1 -- fcJ il dl .,1 . if lit ; - ll' 1 " that we have put on ' SALE for a few days. ... i. . ' ft lilt.lltltt 11 11 If Itl tt 1 tl Mil IIU I ARTIS & CO ,it 'i : . - I. II U J.'l ZELLNER-BLOOMHEL- D (Incorporated.)' i i i it' Cl(MG iI CO ii 11 ll!lli!l!iiJt'i tlillliillMiliWiiMlllllHl 1L n oil i.r'l " r. it hA) ..J i 1. r BURLEY SOCIETY SUIT i ON TRIAL Eshelby Case Comes Howard Hollister's $Up In. Judge, federal Court' at Cincinnati. . In the ca.'-0. Eshelby Tobacco Com pany, of Cincinnati, against the Hurley Tobaceo Society, of Kentuce Ciiieiuiiali, Jan. K. Just received a new lot of s, of the SUITS, consisting of Velvets, Serges, Broadcloths and Mix-tureall lined, with Skinners guaranteed Satin, choice Jiule Howard C. Ilollis-lo- r, the Southern Distiict of the of Federal Court, here Wednesday the iime was chiefly taken ian the tion of n jury, the .statements of attorneys of both sides as what they expect to prove and the examination of Secretary J. M. Rankin, as to .the organization and purposes of the Burley Tobacco Society. ky, before ' Offidiais Attend trial. , Present at the trial were President, f'laie'nec LeUus, Vice President A., L. Ferguson, Secretriry J., 31, iKankiii, and "Fred 'sliicy of the Esceutm Committee' of. the "Hurley i Society, Edward S. Colton, of Cincinnati former 'partner o Governor II:; mon, Judge Alex P. IIuinp"iuy. Louisville, Jolin R. Allen, o Lexington, and D. L. Pendleton, of Winchester, attorneys for the defense Lawrence Maxwell and A. G. Cassatt attorneys for the plaintiff; Assistan Secretary II. A. Wedder and Edvai Clark of the Barley Society. Judge Hollister said he would lik-thave the attorneys make evci; effort.- to finish the case this week He fixed the time for beginning cour at 9:30 each morning and, said sessions would be allowed to cpntinit' until 5:.r)0 with intermission for dinner. Rankin on Stand. (Charles luu.: ii 'it UnUprd, I . Ml' fa mer, I i j ;.' Ccflarville. Michael Fox, cunirai'tin-paiutci r G. E. Jobe, (,H,I farmer, j i Mrpq UJi .'. THE KINNELL HUMANE OVERSHOE for HORSIS j i! ?. , rft Abraham Wombohl, jilsiit'd'lfo'i peace, Dayton. M. F. Maloney, locomotive engineer, Dayton. George Davis, lumber buyer, Clarksville. J. R. Zile, farmer, PeeLles. il v FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! incinnatu fj7i. vi i r. , uosuve v Drevems sunninc .on ice or in siiQw. can ue put on or laKea.on in; two irikiutes; do special shoeing necessary. 'Make horses always ready for' use regardless of weather. Now in its fourth season and a proven success where ever introduced. Noi 1 A. LOWRY, E.East Broadway, jt SOLE WflIT WINCHESTER, KY. Will pay yon the Highest Cash 'rices for your Furs. V- J. W. HJ.SEL Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596, ll-18-4- DO YOU NEED A HAT? The Eshelby suit, as, is generally known, is a suit for damages agar the Kentucky asociation of tobacco growers for the sale of the 1907 crop tobacco at. Winchester, at a pn which the plaintiff claims was unfair and an effort is being made, to secure three times the amount of the cost of that, tobacco under the Shermau anti-trulaw. st AUDITOPIl SKATING RINK, 5. Matinee every day from 2 to Admission 10c, Skates free. . Night 7 to 10. Skates if J. I. .Admission 10c. 15c. Secretary Rankin "was examir by Attorney ilhxwell .nnd did noi finish his testimony at the time of a djou rnmen t Wednesday . Oother witnesses for the Burley Society are President LeBtis, Vice President Ferguson, Mr. Stucy, Mr. Vcdder, Mr. Clark, Senator Claude M. Thomas, bf " Frankfort, Rhodes Thompson, of Georgetown, and Claude M. Williams, of Versailles, all of whom are here. A meeting was held at the Sinton Hotel Wednesday night by attorneys and officials of ihe-- Burley Society in the interest of their case and they appear to be .satisfied of a favorable outcome,. ; A Tribute. "Why does Binks call his motor car the Goose?" "Because Its honk Is so natural." We want to close out our Fall Hats and offer the 53.50 and $4grades,now for A Hat for every head positively new ' and - OF HISTORY TOBACCO. CURIOUS BITS PLENTY OF BEER BUT NO By A. W. MACY. Beer and tobacco are supposed by tome people to be on about the same footing, but a certain In London 200 years , company. ago did not- - seem to think so. It was the business of this company to look after the welfare of the emigrants who had gone out from the mother country to seek homes in the New World. In 1629 It sent 'over the 'good ship Talbot, loaded with provisions, clothing, etc., to the Massachusetts bay colony by the same ship the company sent a long list of instructions In regard to their conduct, telling them what they should and should not do. One of the things , they were forbidden to do was to cultivate and use tobacco, "unless It be some small quan-tft-ie for mero neeessltier and for phislck,for. the preservation of Ij tlielr health, and that the same be taken privately- - by, antlent 1; men and. none other." (Copyright, Mil, by Joseph B. Bewlesj ed The man tops it all with a classy well-dress- t - IMS rarticular attention to Ladies. to 12 A. M. s J I I I Inc. IBloomfield WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOMBf & Ratliff Jury to Try Case Selected The jury selected is composed enProps! tirely of citizens of Ohio, as follows: e. Edward Barnet, storekeeper, Stetson Hat sodstyles- 1 Som-ervill- Manager. W Nr.HKSTKR (V DRINK A'lt . t5 ilHMMMMiiMi1 HI MSin MWr .4. d Hi fm M 'B JX MM BTM M Mm M.M . "MrinF TM1H UrT" Young Bnsser, farmer, Urbana. C. S. Hatfield, dealer in liVe stock Spiingfield. James II. Dalie, retired contractor, Springfield. H. C. Jeremiah, hardware dealer. Outsell & Smith THE LEADING SHOE STORE tit Tobasco. Remd . Xlie News .Tt (iE ffipaiaTaW COLOR THE HAIR DOES NOTC Attb OovrAA J. tm.rH. M:.s. . out? Troubled with dandruff? , Want more half? An elegant dresskg? Sulphur. Glycerin. Quinint Sodium OilorM. VlgOTJ Capsicum. Sage. Alcohol! Water. Perfume. IWe believe doctors endorse this, or we would not put it up. ,ir,f Ask Your Do or 'v ' . ' ' :; Atsi'c UiHT AyCra Hav i TULIP j j from londay until Wedncs- day with her brother,, Cyrus Elkin. If is sold 44sliogs. to S- Misses I)eH. Gilbert and Rose Jew- 1-- 2 ilodgkin, tor 5 cents per poun.l. Cn. ()f iylint. wcre the aelii?litf nl JlTcl'ftwen sold 4 bead of cattle i ...Wis nP Afist Affirfm. from .to George Gilbert for 4 cents per Hi. Wednesday" until Sunday. Sbcwitan Crim visited relatives at Kellcy Poor, of Winchester, spent Coilesburg recently. Wedije.-da- y night with James Poor. Hiss Nannie Lou Owen has returnMiss 15eii; Adam, of tire L. & E. ed home, after spending the holidays Junction, Mi.-- s Maranda with her cousin, Miss Kate Finnel, Poer several d.iys ki&t week. at Chllesburg. Mrs. James Sumptcr and baby, of Mrs. Isaac Todd returned home Mt. Sterling, spent the 'holidays with Sunday, after a week's vi.-- it with hor pare.iK Mr. and Mrs. Oil Wills. Mrs. Lou Owen, at this place. Mr. Kitby Wills and daughter, Robert Stone, of Stanton, has been Anna Hell, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe the guest o relatives here, the past llart, lat week. week. M'r. and Mus. Joe Ragland, of Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Owen returnRuekl'Jrville, spoilt la.'jt week with ed home Sunday after a ten days" Mr. ami Mrs. James Wade. visit with relatives at Indinnpelis. Jnv iWade. of Winchenter, visited vis Fount Finnel, of Chile-bur- g, ISusscll Wills, several days last week jted relatives here rceen;!v: 1 Mr.' and Mrs. J?ichard iFox entert tnincd a few of their friends Friday PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER night. Those present were: Misses . All kinds of stenographic work at i Jell Gilbert. Nannie Martin, I5(e Jewell, Elsie Jewell and Bessie Marreasonable prices. Mis Alice-Mosat Moflett & Spencer's office in Fra- in, of Winchester; Mosrs. Clyde ilkin. Elmer Crouch, Shirley Fox. ternity .Building. ('iatide Elkm" and Jay "Wade. IJe- -' frcshments were and every FRANKLIN delightful time. one reported a vi.-it- ed . se-ed Hr'OWen Cyrus Elkin sold his tobacco to gtewart at 11 2 and 3 cents poi 1-- SEE on can pet your photo taken at "arp's Studio this week at greatly l educed prices. pound. James (Poer bought a horse from T. C. Christopher; price unknown. Miss Ellie Elkin, of Log Liek, has gathered, or caused to be. gath-- f eredj on deafness, lie is the origi- j nator and present defender of that . Born, December 20, to Mr. and HOLD MEETING system of education for the deaf Sirs. Dallas Green, a daughter, which tenches them to speak instead Bom. December 25, to Sir. and of lining the sign language. The Sirs. Aithur Graitt, a son. Prcf. W. S. Anderson Tells EnterEngenies section had a very interSir. Burr Henry, of Wades Mill, is tainingly of Wcik Done by Asso- esting meeting in this Volta Bureau. spending Xmas with his parents. Sir. Hobert William Tuttle, of ' ciations. Louisville, is the guest of his grandIN FAVOR OF parents, Sir. and Sirs. John Henry, (By W. S. Anderson) of this place. Perhaps a word about the meeting Sirs. Robt. Curtis and Sirs. John of the men of science in Washington Henry spent Friday with Sir. anJ last week may not be altogether un A REPUBLIC Mrs. Jas. Henry, of Hunt. interesting. Sir. Allen Barrow and sister, Airs. The American Association for the Four Thousand Imperial Troops Will Abe Slerrit and babe, of Iowa, are Advancement of Science, with its With Government spending Xmas with theSr father, thirty or more affiliated societies, Trocps At Lunchow. Mr. X. B. Barrow. was in session during the entire Willis Tracy sold several shoats to week. The most eminent men of the Peking, Jan. Four thousand imunknown parties; price unknown. nation, interested in science, were perial troops stationed at Sir. S'ernon Devary is no better present. Each affiliated society had Tao, the treaty port of the at this writimr. a place of meeting, and usually met province of Chili, notified the ForSir. and Sirs. W. Jl. Patterson in sections. That is, each separate eign Legations Wednesday that they were guests of Sir. and Sirs. T. E. society is divided into sections, and are in favor of a republic and wil! 0borne. Fridav. while a general session was occawith the Government Sir. J. T. Osborne is able to be sionally held, most of the time was troops at Lanchow, who took similar be out again, and we hope he soon spent in the section meetings. This action Tuesday. will be well. brought together a small group which Three thousand iSIanehu imperial Sir. J. T. Oiborne says he has an discussed the very latest ideas per- troops, drawn from the garrisons of orchadr that has borne two crops of taining to that section. and Shih Wang Tao, fruit this fell. "The last crop was ' No attempt was made to get to- have been ordered to Tao better than the first.. gether at one meeting all the various and Lunchow to attack the muiineers Sliss Slattie Patterson accompan socitics. President Taft onade two if they do not submit. ied by Sir. Fred Parrish, left Thurstwo societies. formerly Viceroy day to attend the Xmas dinner at addresses to I am interested in the work of the of the province of asSir. Barnict Parrish and American Chemical Society and the sisted by SlaiKiu soldiers from TibSliss Bessie Osborne accompanied American Breeders' Association.. I et, has captured Chengtu, the capital by Sir. Stanley Hile, was the guest some meetings of each of Serious disturbances, however, of Sliss Lillie Baker last Slonday. attended thee organizations. The ichemiits continue throughout the provinces.-AlSirs. John Brock announces the met in ten divisions, the breeders in foreigners are reported to have marriage of her daughter, Phoebe, to thiee. Dr. L. A. Brown, of Lexing- left the citv of Chung Kling. nir. Robert Baker, January 10 at ton, Ky., read a paper before the di:10 o'clock, at the home of the Pharmaceutical Chemist-bride's mother. Everybody is in vision of Improved Sletbod of Asaj MAYOR LOOKED vited to be present. Xo cards will on "An He for Aromatic Sulfuric Acid." he issued. of this diwas elected ARLAN " -- tt; - OFI : MEN SCIENCE ! WINCHESTER CUSSflED CLASSIFIED COLUMN THEATRE SATURDAY AN ADVEATISEMMTS. le a WKi far a atafli Be a wtri fir Una HTtiMS. 6, ftc IBs a wtri lac aaah i P . 't i aartlM. a ward par BwatfL Seattarad btwrtlaaj, la haartlaB. " w- - inn;H The Laughing Comedy Success ! THE GIRL AND awts, NitJtaf aaargai aa aaaaa far hat tkaa B aaata. TDAPV ate nmui rum uiuivlli FOR SALE AMI QTfllfnV-- ' ... 1U55 Chin-Wa- THE TRAMP A NICE SUBURBAN HOME ng Sparkling Comedy With Music. Same attraction played Louisville week of December and Cincinnati Xmas week. A GUARANTEED ! Two story frame dwelling with 7 rooms, halls, porches, cellar, natural in ga, water work, good cistern, with out-.-i17 two acres of land: table; just of city limits on one of the bet pikes coming in Winchester. Price de ATTRACTION. right. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES Fao-Ting-- PRICES 35c and 50c. FOR RENT A Chin-Wa- ng GALLERY 25c. 1 street. avenue. G. M. Mann, cottage on Callaway, 312 Burns tfi Home phone 530. Chao-Erh-Fen- g, other-place- - Sze-Chuc- n, :4 REAL ESTATE. WANTED- -A l Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale' or rent. A specialty of Lot sales. BLQOMFIELD & RATLIFF girl to do house work., Good place. Apply to Robbins,this. ofliee, or East Tenn phone 164. FOR SALE Ancona chickens; prize ll-3-3t winners: cheap. II. V. Alexander. Phillips Drug Stoie. FOR SALE Eight room house, built in the Swis style; new and in a delightful location, on French avenue; bath, gas and electric light; very artistic interior finish. Tne owner to sell because of leaving-town- . Apply to Rev. John StiiJi't' "i Banks, 21(5 F'cncb avenue. 3t , Auditorium Bldg. rice-chairm- BIG plCTION SALE I am going to leave town and will sell all my Furniture, Household Goods, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Etc., at Public vision. ' ' LIKE A CROOK For Every Woman Who Wants It. Anyiwprnan who, neglects (her hair cannot expect, to have as lovely hair as the woman who doesn't. Wash the hair one a week, use PARISIAN SAGE daily keep your hair brush clean and in a few days yen will give, to your hair a beautiful lustre that you will be proud of. PARISIAN SAGE is a most reliable hair tonic; so reliable tlhat .Phillips Drug, Store guarantees it to eradicate dandruff, . stop falling hair ami itching; scalp, or money back.. ',':'. ' , ,; Auction without reserve to the highest bidder. Every thing goes. The Auction commences Saturday Afternoon, Jan. 6 at 2:30 sharp. Be on hand and buy bargains at your own price. It should bo ned as a dressing by every member of the family because it keeps the scalp clean, (prevents hair from turning gray and baldness Large bottle SO cents. You will have no use for ardinn'ry preparations after once giving delightful PARISIAN SAGE a trial. NOTICE I will not be responsible for anything charged to me, unles an ordn is jiven for the same signed Ly me. WILLIE ESIERSUN. 3t Chas. H. Chaliff. FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS al.vays give satisfaction because they always do the work. J. T. Sheluut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills with great satisfaction and found . more relief from their use tha nfrom any other idney medicine, and I've tried al most nil kinds. I can cheerfully recommend them to all sufferers for kid- Foley y and bladder trouble." Kidney Pills will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. No ncdieine can do more. (For ale by All Druggists. FURS! FURS!! 14 Lexington Ave. 2nd Floor, Old Masonic Hall Bldg. TheNew Depositor Is this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon thni we may prove the quality of onr banking service. We invite you to call and see ns Citizens National Bank Street Near Court Houwx Winchester, Ky. Corner Main and Sontb Court FURS'!! CHRISTMAS GOODS. 2500 pounds of best Candies, all kinds 20c per pound. SEE OUR SIGN and all kinds of Fruits, Nuts of "INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA ORANGES." (THE HOME Will pay yon the nrgncst Cash Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISF.L Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Slaple st. East Tennessee. Phone 215, Home Pbone 596. ll-lS-4- OF PURE FOODS) a. W. HOLLAR Home Phone 314 Mixing Concrete. 106 For mixing concrete there has been invented a spade with long oval boles In the blade, through which the finer cement will flow and give the surface a finer finish. Dr. II. .P. Talbot in one of the geni eral meetings of the clulmists read a umoi tnOUm paper on "Chemical Analysis." :A Young Chief Executive of Springfield ,U. S.D. CDIi o.riwt discussion attracted attIs Arrested in Dayton By Mispart of his statements that take. ention. It was his the industrial chemist so seldom is Springfield, 6.', Jail. 4i Although able to make an accurate analysis, ,T. J. has'beeii becanse he often lacks the mental .Mayor Ihilt only comes to ft liberally but tlnee days, he has decided to view educated-mail'He strongly urged "cratch'' Dayton fl'iini his calling war bent .(he list, becau.-- e a dctel-tivtfii's wider' mental vision that tbl. d in 'aYre.tiiig him there Wedne-d:- y. which' enables result of training,. and I claiming' that he resembled a noted a man to discover his Stand crojik for whom he bad been ordered SVe visited the Bureau of to. be on the lookout. o! tfsrctianls, AccEunls Farmers ards of the United Stn.te-i- . In .these! ' ' and Traders SollGiM- the; . ..Mayor ' and Mrs. Miller .'had 3n t . rj laboratories every thing used by j (..;,!:; j ii boarded a traction car 'for h'unle rmted States Government 'is tested.' Cotisctfsn; when the sleuth entered, and, slinkf.iii on All Points. I saw' the apparatus for testing the ing hands yith the (Executive,' re' . ft. tensile strength of materials, and the marked that be was wanted. Miller length of thread and twine, etc. tinned to Iii.- wife and told her that Capital and Surplus Sfuch work is also carried r.n of a he guessed she would have to make research nature. It will be to this the trip alone, as he was under ar- place that a sample of all material .ie.-t-. Several women acquainted with will go for approval that is used in heard the remark and in a chorus our new Postofficc. n they said: "Why. he is our Mayor. 0 T am also interested in the woik of Lexington Laundry Company What are you going to arret him the American Bleeders' Association. can save you express on Dry for?" 0 Cleaning which is our speciality. The leading objects of this assoThey were up and after the deciation are to determine the laws of R. SID ELKIN, tective in a second. The sleuth was Agent. inheritance in plants, animals and persistent, but stopped long enough , Q g J men; to devise better methods of to ask Mayor Miller where he lived breeding plants and animals; to proand what he represented. lie 9 to 12 A M mote the'orcation of improved forms Office Hours "I, live in Springfield and I Homa Pnone 7M. 1 1 4 FM or types: to devise ways of eliminatrepresent the city.'' Then the thief-eha.-DR. M. L. MYERS, ing undesirable and weak traits from wanted to knoty how he the net work of human descent. DENTIST. the city and Mayor Miller There is a plant section, an animal Fifth Floor .McQdowney BuUdlaf. answeied: "Why, I am the Mayor.'' section, and a eugenic section. WINCHESTER, KY. As the sleuth hastened off the car This last is now gathering data on he was heard to say, "Wow, how d:d human heredity, and is to my mind I make such a mistake-?'- ' the most promising field for research Bring Your Furs, Hides And -" All Kinds of Metal to CHAS. work. SVe were, for example, shown - ZIGMAN Junk shop at Wainscott the record of one family embracing THREE BOYS 371 members. Four per cent of Court, North Main street, and these were insane and fourteen per get the Highest Cash Prices. cent of them incapitated for the AND A GIRL1 usual work of a normal person. It is a family with a strain of insanity. ind feeble mindedness which is Are Born to Mrs. J. Y. Bivens, Fortransmitted from one generation to mer Widow of Night Rider, Who another, a family uilfit to populate Died in "Pen.' a community. The one man of all whom I saw Hickman, Ky., Jan. 4. There were Fresh and Cured Meats, impressed mo mpst was Dr. born here Wednesday to the wife of that Country Produce, nice eatGraham Bell, of the Bell telephone: a J. Y. Bivens, in We- -t Hickman, faur ing and cooking apples man of commanding physical appear- chiluicn, three gills and one hoy, all and Fresh Oysters. Your strong-- babies. patronage solicited. ance and of' gigantic intellect. He, ;i Pi has1 been successful as but few men Tnis is the firt set of quadruplets have been. His inventions, while en- ever born in this vicinity, and peoriching hum, have enriched the world ple are flocking to see them. The mother is doing nicely. She for more. He is still experimenting in H. GILBERT S CO. bis own peculiar field. But he has was before her second marriage the turned aside to found an institution widow of Tom Wilson, Me of the Home Phoflt 37 to study heredity of deafness. He night riders of the Reelfoot Lake who died in the Nashville calls it the Yolta Bureau. A large I building with a. fire proof section IDEA HUSTLE WINCHESTER'S which 'is full of. material, which he Mr. Bivens is CO years old. . : !; Clark Comity 18 FOR RENT Stable. Apply to '20 French avenue. T. C. llardesfy.' 3t . (National BAHh FOR RENT A 0 'ro'om"c6itngc f.S i- -. , ' 'till modcTh 'conveniences;'bargain In town if taken aton.t . Apply to Ifobbins at this office. Both phone, or call at'resldoare, I'lV. Teh'n. phone 330. pin. between i i . LOST Gobi Boone street and Baptist church. ' er please phone 337. HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms with gas and water. Apply to A. II. Sympson, corner Maple and Hickman streets. 12-23-- t!" -, $350,000.00 WANTED Management of small man and wife; good 1 nicker and experienced in extensi-poultry raising. Salary Write or per-- t Alfred A kinson, Winchester, Ky. . farm iy 1 all-rou- d: FOR SALE- - Household furniture. Apply to Ira Tanner, CO Winn.av-enu- e. 12-27-- tf er FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tha best on the market) yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. ,11-28struction Company. -tf fo. ..... o.o. wo Li STROTHER'S Iisure OLD RELIABLE 0.'."'".0'0.. ".0 FIRE INSURANCE AND .REAL ESTATE AGENCY yfflea Fraternity Udi, PbM IBS I THIS WAY FOR r t HI SAM tHD JETT WHISKT Best JETT Mi lI u w MEI m Tbrlxtat. ood-sizc-- d, Terms Cash PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Attomeys-at-La- i " I. at ath Floor McEIdowney Building Winchester, Ky. J. M. STEVENSON Attwney-a- t Law Wlachestar, 60S. Main SI. Ky. N 4.. i