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WEATHER Fair Mi Cwrtim CM 2 CENTS BREEDERS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK & umm ur JULIAN STAFFORD E News of Tragic End of Young Man 1 -- . LIZZIE E. HAVE DISAPPEARED PROF. BROWN DIES From Their Homes in New York City TO ASK LEGISLATURE'S AID MRS :. t R. DAY AN AUTOMOBILE Will Be Feature of "The Girl And Who Was in KISSINGER This City RESIGNS CHAIR Kentucky Of Latin in Georgetown College, And CRITICALLY ILL Association Session Holds InterLexington. Wife of Associate Ju:tice of The esting Last Beloved Wifj of Squire ger Passes Away Cardiac Asthma. Ed Kissin- During the Past Year. of Them Found. No Trace at The Tramp" Which Will Be Seen Here Saturday Night. Would the explosion of a real automobile interest you?. If you saw a man stealing an automobile, what would you do? Miss Flo Randall, the girl, in "The Gill and The Tramp.'' sees a man stealing her automobile. She pluckily covers hire with a "gun and calls foruiclp. "Happy Jack' the tramp, conies to het rescue. A quarrel results betweett Happy Jack and Philip Redman. 'The tramp is knocked down. Redman jumps into the automobile, pulls the crank and the automobile explodes. This all takes in full view of the audience. Thanksgiving. News of the suicide of Mr. C. Julian Stafford at Memphis, Tena., has heen received here. at Her Home of Leaves With His Family to Reside In Wisconsin. Splendid Program is Rendered. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 5. The third lay's program of Fanners' Week in convention here at the Agricultural building. State 'University, was de voted to the Kentucky Beef Cattle Ereeders' .Association. The princi pal business transacted, outside of the regular program, was the adop tion of a resolution asking the for an appropriation of Legi-dature United States Supreme Cowl, Has Taken a Turn Fcr The WerSe. x Stafford was a handsome young man of pleasing address. He came to this city last Thanksgiving, where he made a favorable impression. Foi a time he was successful as a solicitor for the enlargement of pictures but finally left town owing several merchants and a board bill al the Gables, on Washington street. He gave a check to 'Mr. C. IT. Bcwen on the State Bank at Morchead. which was endorsed by Dr. J. X. Rankin,-anwhich was later .found to be worthless. Dr. Rankin had a warrant issued for Stafford, but when it was served he paid the amount of the check, and the mattei was dropped. He was married on the DEATH SENTENCE same afternoon. He was indicted in the Montgomery Circuit Court ;n the charge o' B0L1N obtaining money under fiflse and was under bond of $30C for his appearance, but when the Man Who Killed Sam Crawford, of case was called Stafford was in jail in some other city, and his bond Color, in Breathitt County, To Be FORJWEN pre-ten-- Electrocuted. I Jackson. Ky.. Jan. 3. A special term of the Breathitt Circuit Court convened 1iere Monday with Judge Andrew J. Kirk, of Paintsville, Ky.. on the bench, as special judge, Judge Redwinc being ill. Tiie special tenn was called for the trial of the easp of the Commonwealth vs. Ewen Bolin and Geoige Bolin for the murder of Sam Crawford, of color. last Oeto-bc- r. The killing occurred aboutuom) mile above Jackson .and vawTord's. son Ora was lHVWfwmuidcd at Hit same time. forfeited. Stafford married Miss Myrtle Riley, daughter of Jndge Riley, of Morchead. In spite of his crooked dealings he had many f Heads won by his attractive smile and pleasant manner, who will regret to hear of his tragic end. BUYS NTEREST OF PARTNER J3)lli The case ternoon1 Monday-af- Mr. Lee .Blocinfield Purchases. In, ifcrcst cf Mr. Solomon Bloomfield , and' in the absence cf' IIona'.T. C. ' Johnson, the" regular Co'nmioinveitlth's Attorney,' Judge Adams was - appointed Janfes Commonwealth's Attorney pro tein to conduct the prosecution. The jury w.n selected in a few hours and the proof was closed Tuesday. The case was submitted to the jury at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday and at 3 o'clock it returned a verdict fixing the punishment of Ewen Iiolin jin . Midway Store. , of this city, has bought out the interest of Mr. Solomon Bloomfield in the dry goods fiim of Lee Bloomfield & Company, at Midway.. Mr. A. C. Petit, who has been there with tile firm for the past two years, will take charge of the store as manager, and Mr. Scl-om- tMr'.' Lt'c Bloomfield, r.. Kissinger, wile ot , . T",., j.jimi; i.u lussiunr, aicu mi laursuay flight at 11 o'clock of cardiac asthma. She had been in apparent gocd health and spirits and her sudden death comes as a cruel blow to relatives and friends. Mrs. Kissinger was a daughter of James H. Turley, who in the Wades Mill neighborhood. She was ')oin on July 13, IStij, and had lived here practically al! of her life. Two onsj Messrs. Griristead and Byhec Kissinger, and one daughter, survive her. Until recently Squire and Mrs. Kissinger were the efficient keepers f the County' Farm, having moved to ol7 College stieet, this city, only i short time ago. The funeral services will be at the Fir.-- t Methodist church n Saturday morning at 10 o'clock by Rev. Leonidas Robinson, and the burial will take place in the Win- heter cemetery. The following will be the pallbearers: Jas. II. Thom- on, John C. Thomson, E. B. Dooley. 0. B. Coekrell. John C. Siampter. Honorary Prof. D. A.- Thomson. jallbearers: Squire Ben Wills, Judge I. II. Evans. R. R. Perry. J. Scott Renick, Judge J. M. Benton and W. Rice. Mrs. Kissinger was one of the loveliest women in Clark count v. Her ircntle and gracious manner en deared her to all who knew her. She ippeared as an Angel of Morcy t( the inmates of the Count v Farm nSnistering w ith "kind hands and Joy ing hearts to till fieir needs and comforts. Not only to their matc- ial welfaic was .' ie attentive, but she extended from : he depths of her ;rcat loving heart p true aridjU'hdci, sympathy and uiid.'rstanding. There s not ,oje' of thembut wlio will miss: and mourn ncr as a dear friend and benefactress. As a wife and m .thcr, she, was ev er tender, thoughtful and loving. To the bereaved husbrnd; to the young ons; the sweet li.tle daughter and all other relatives and friends, the truest sympathy is extended. 17,1 -d -Mis:-Polly con-luct- t ui. t: izie , ... New York, Jan. 4. During the I year 1911 the New York police were ,;ajled to the aid of families from which seme member had disappeared exactly 3,300 times, and during this time approximately 1,000 women most of them young girls, ranging in age from fourteen to twenty years, have utteily disappeared. Nor does this number cover all the young women who drop out of the world cf their own acquaintances suddenly. The police say t!at not more than Georgetown, Ky.. Jan. 5. Prof. J. S. Brown, who has occupied the chair of Latin in Geoigctown College, has resigned and gene to Wisconsin with 'his family to reside. Neither Prof. Blown nor his family could stand the climate changes heie in the "Sunny South," after being accustomed to the high altitude of his Montana home. His position has been filled by Prof. I. E. Baxter, a haif the actual disappeaiances ate graduate of Brown University, at Providence, R. I., who also has a deformally reported. gree frcm Baylor University of Wa"During 1011,'' says a police official, commenting on the figures, "we co, Texas. have been confronted with hundred2 of cases similar in eveiy degree to that of Dorothy Arnold. 'Many otJisr cases are ju'st as baflliug as hers. TO CHARLESTON "The young girls' left absolutely no trace behind. They made no preparations for departure, and few have Race Meet is Expected to Be One of since been heard from. We maintain The Biggest Held Anywhere in the a bureau of missing persons especially to carry on this work of search. Country. "Our investigations show thai there are four reasons which covci Lexington. Ky., Jan. o. A special most of the disappearances: First, train load of race horses, owners, -- cvere home restrain: second, ex- trainers and other horsemen and attreme povciiy; third, theatrical as- - tendants left Lexington over the pirations; fouiih, lured away. Queen & Crescent railway Thursday morning for Charleston. S. C. There were four carloads of horses, conBIG EIRE IN head, from sisting of about fifty-fiv- e the strings of "Bub'' May., Tandy Hughes, W. J. Young and W. T. LOUISVILLE House. These gentlemen and a number of others from Lexington and other parts of the Blue Grass left j Tliur day or will go later in the week Four Hundicd Thousand Dollars is for ( harleston. where the nice mcel Loss:Courier-Journ- al 15 expeeled to be one of the biggest The lEsiimated held anvw'herc in the country. :' is a Canton. O.. Jan. 5. It is an nounced Thursday that Mrs. Day, wife of William R. Day, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme tourt, who has bten seriously ill for several months past, has taken turn for the worse. Friends be lieve that dissolution may come at $10,000. fo be given the Experiment iny moment. Station for investigation in regarn Justice Day has been with her conto feeding experiments in the pro- stantly during her illness. By specduction of beef, pork and mutton. ial agreement with the Chief Jus-tie- e. The meeting, which was an enthuwiho called en him here just besiastic one and well attended, was fore the Supreme Court took up the opened at 0 o'clock at Agricultural work of the fall session, Justice Hall when a splendid program was Day did not go to Washington. n rendered. both he and the Chief Justice felt it The association also held a meetwas his duty to xcmaiii with Mrs. ing at night when the officers for the Day. year were elected. "A GIRL OF THE MOUNTAINS" I W. I HALDEMAN ADJUTANT GENERA L Appointed by Governor Willson to With a plot that is unique, a style that is graceful and clever, a love story of enduring beauty, background of brilliant coW, is the new version of Lem B. Parker's four act society drama "A Girl of The .Mountains," which comes to the Win- chester Theatre ou Thursday, JanSucceed ,Gen. P. P. Johnston, of uary 11. It is nut too much to say that O. E. Wee's production embodFayette County. ies nil, moreover, "A Girl of The Frankfort, Ky., Jan. ."). Col. W. Mountains" is backed by a company B. HaJdcaiaii, of Louisville, editor of more than ordinary merit and a of the r.uuisville Times, and former full scenic equipment is carried. ly a Colonel in the First Re'imenl. Mr. George Stapleton has relumed Kentucky National Guard. wa Thursday afternoon .appointed Ad- - to the Bingham Military Institute at pit(iptUeucral:oL Kcntirckv bv Gov. Ashcville, N. C. 'f'reary lo'.jsui'cecd"' Gen. P. iP. Johnston, of Fayette countv. MARKETS i Loser.' . . NO OFFICIAL INFORMATION i at death. severed" The trials of the denfendants weie when the case was called, and while the jury was deliberating on the ca.--e of Ewen Bolin, a juiy was' being selected to try his brother George for complicity in the crime and' eleven jurors had been accepted J. w. was returned when the verdict . against Ewen. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL The defendant George Bolin then crime offered to plead guilty, to the of voluutaiy manslaughter, to widen Many Friends of Beloved Winchester the Commonwealth agreed on account of the fact that George wa Lady Will Anxiously Await Outthe younger of the two brothers and come of Operation. having taken a very little part in the trouble there was some doubt about .Mrs. J. W. Scobce was taken to his conviction. Lexington Thursday in a motor car. Ewen Bolin was tried here a and is now a patient in the St. Joago for the murder of Will seph l, where a serious, oper Bush, but wrs acquitted, and has ation will be performed, probably since been ler Jing a reckless life. He next week. was regardi 1 as a very dangerpiis Mrs. Scobee was accompanied by character. His brother George has her husband and daughter, Mrs. Os--:never beer, in much trouble and is Schmidt, being chauffenred by her only about 18 years old. Mr. Dick McConnick. Sentence will be impo-e- d by Judge Messrs. Scobee and McCormick reKirk within the next day or two and turned at night, Mrs. Schmidt rethe date for the execution of Ewen maining at the "bedside of her mother. Bolin will then be fixed, which will Mrs. Scobcc's many friends will conclude the business of the special anxiously await the outcome of the term and Judge Kirk will retain to operation. She is one of Wincheshis home. ter's loveliest ladies and if it hoped The- citizens here speak in high she will soon be returned to normal praise of the fair, able and impartial health. way in which Judge Kirk conducts his courts. Mr. Chip Rauson has returned to Zellner-Bloomfield few-year- s Ilo.-pitanson-in-la- Bloomfield will leave Midway. Mr. Lee Bloomfield and family formerly resided in Midway and he was manager of filestore there at that time. He is now a member of the popular clothing firm of Company, of this city. OPERATION U IS E F Friends of Mrs. Arc Rejoiced f.lollie Deatherage Louisville. Ky., Jan. o.- Four hun- tlied thousand dollars is the estimated loss caused by a- - fire that destroyed thiee ladies' apparel estab lishments, damaged the Baldwin Pi- ino Company's store, slightly dam aged the Courier-Journbuilding and in two theatrea. caused near-paniAt ll:lo o'clock Thursday night the blaze was under control. The fire started in the store of II. J. Gut'man and Company from un- lelermined cause and soon destroy- sd fhe stock there and that of Abe Levi and Company in the same build-:nIt then swept to the four-sto- n establishment of the Swartz Company and then to the Baldwin store. The damage to the latter was mostly The Swartz Company from water. heaviest loser. is the al cs g. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 4. Cattle dVo-pe- rs RELATIONS ARE NOT STRAINED Between President Taft And iCol. Rcosevelt, Avoiding to Statement of Chief Executive. tt Outcome, And HON. J. M. STEVENSON TO DELIVER ADDRESS Hope For Speet'y Recovery. Mrs. Mollie Deatherage underwent a delicate and serious opemtioon at the Norton Washington. Jan. ';" Word was cut broadcast Tiiursday to sugpoit- ers of President Taft that undei no circumstances would tue .rre ident countenance attacks on Col. Theodore Roosevelt, no matter what the ultimate intention of Mr. Roose- Velt in iregard to the Republican Presidential nomination might he. It was said Thursday that the President has expressed himself as beirg at a loss to account for re ports thaf relations between him and Col. Roosevelt were serously strained Lexington. Ky., Jan. i3. 'Major J. Tandy Ellis, author, soldier, political campaigner and well known as one of the best story-tellein Ken tucky, said Thursday night that he had no official information in regard to his appointment as Assistant Ad jutant General. The first he had heard oZ it. In said, was the story which The ijouis-vii- le Times published Thursday. Col onel Haldeman is the editor of The Times, and it was supposed by friends of the Governor that, as a compliment to Colonel Haldeman his newspaper was permitted to make the first announcement of the ap pointment. rs Steady at yesterday's pricis; J?G7, extra $7.107.2a;. butcher .steers, extra $6.3oC.dO, Infirnia.yL. :J. and a telegram to relatives hertf states that she is getting on very nicely.. The Lexington Chapter U. D. C ECKHOFF MAY BE anniversary of ..'en. Lee's biith, Jauuaiy 9, wilii appropriate exercises. Hon. John M. Stevenson, of this city, will deiivei Every Effort Made to Hide Where the address. will commemorate the WDTCHESTFI'S JDEA HUSTLE his home in, MurfreesliofoJBenn i" after a visit in this city. Mrs. Dealherage is the wife of abouts of Man Wanted Before of Dudlej Mr. Sam t Deatherage, Exchange and Luncheon Federal Grand Jury. street. She has a host of true The ladies of the Central Bapti-- t friends who have been necessarily diurch will serve an excellent menu Indianapolis, Jan. 5. Though evliarmed at her condition, and will and conduct their regular exchange ery effort was made by detectives hear of the successful result of the in Saturday. Orders taken over the Thursday to hide the whereabouts of operation with much pleasure. telephone. EckhofT. of Cincinnati, it i Frank It is hoped 'Mrs. Deatherage wil! understood he was in this city and TO DELIVER ADDRESS oon be restored fo normal health." ready to appear before the federal Rev. William dimming, and 'Rev. grand jury to tell his story about CROW HOWARD to have been associated W. E. Hudson will deliver addresses men alleged with John J. and James B. MeXa- of Beeehwood Semii Henry Howard, aged 22. of Ohio it the opening dy- at Ileidelburjr. Lee county, next mara and Ortie E. McManigal in a farmer, and Miss Martha. Ellen tiary depredations over the Monday. This is a new school found-e- d namitiii2 Crow, aged 10. of Clark county, were country.. recently by Rev. E. O. Guerrant. married in Mt. Sterling, Saturday. Eckhcff, confidante, of John J. and a neighbor of the COLLEGE ADJOURNED . haf family in Cincinnati, Mises Elizabeth VaniMeter and Kentucky Wesleyan College aii been for weeks guarded by detective Katherine MeCord have returned from Flemingsburg, where they at- journed Friday morning at 9 o'clock William J. Burns' assistants against tended a house parly .given by Mr. for the Lay, onjacyogg of the ex contact by persons alleged to be in married Wednesday terested in sealing his lips.. treme cold weather. John F. Day, of K. W. C. good to choice .fo.3o 0.2.1, common to fair .fl.oOfTJo; heifers, extra .fo.Toli. good to choice .$ov.2j, common to fair jJ3.2)4.85; cows, extra $,").2o, good to choice $4.50 f.").10, common to fair $1.7o4.23, canners .fl.")0(a2.75: bulls steady bolognas .f44.7rj, fat bulls $4.73 o: milch cows steady. Calves Slow and weak at yesterday's closing prices: extra .$99.2.'i, fair to good $7.50(a9, common and large $48.2.'i. Hogs 3c lower on packers and butchers: steady to 3c higher on Ellis Called tt. Frankfort shippers, selected heavy shippers Major Ellis went to Frankfort Fri- $0.23, good to choice packers and day to call on the Governor, having butchers mixed packers ieen summoned there by the execu- .fti".10(i.20, Htags .i:33, common tive, and the call probably relates to to choice heavy fat sows $4.2o be appointment. ..G3, extra $3.73. liht shippers Major Ellis served with distinction :3.S3((rc.l3: pigs (110 lbs and less) .inring the troublous times, of the ."i$?3.73. iiiners' strike in Western Kentucky Sheep Steady: extra $3.50, good and is one of the most prominent of- to choice $3(o3.40, common to fair ficers in the State militia. For sever1.23((r2.83, stock ewes $33.30, al years he has been connected with yearlings .3.304.23. the Barley Tobacco Society and renSteady to strong; extra Lamb dered valuable service for the Demo.(!. good to choice $3.305.90, comcratic ticket during the campaign mon to fair .?33.30. last November, speaking with Governor McCreary in a number of counTOO LATE TO ClASSFf ties. He is "a Democrat both by birth and instinct." as he puts it. Captain J. R. Sams and LieutenTHE LYRIC ant Marshall Combs said Thursday night that the appointment of ColForgotten. (Vitagraph.) (Vita-irap- h) onel Haldeman would meet with the Over the Chafing Dish. general approval of the officers and (Essanay) men in the National Guard of KenAn Indians Sacrifice. tucky. As head of the First RegiMatinee everyday at 2:30 and 3:30 ment Colonel Haldeman made that Strong pragromme today. regiment famous for its efficiency, LOST Lady's open faced gold they said. watch. Return to News office. R0THWELL JACKSON Reward. Noah Jackson, aged ;23, a Clark county farmer, and Miss FlortRoth-well- , FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode. Island Red pullets and eockrelsl aged. 20, of Bath jywfr, were -3t in MtvUerling. Home phone 8J3-- A. tC :4 iBHf TM-IH 'Fayette county. He wears the 'col no man and Fayette county has reason to be proud of her Rep'SmW Vain Street, resentative." NEWS ors of -- MfliiclMsiorf Kentucky lilSS" : SAVES TWO LIVES. mm Rill e, . Daily, Except Switfay. blmt MiS RMtOTt WITH Stole JEWELRY "Neither my sister to-da- y, Ill VI .r I iifli; (HI matter, might be living' Entered as second-clas- s , November 28, 1908, at the postoffiee been for Dr. King's New Discovery" IFHrnishes Ltet of Those in Attenis. Winchester, Kentucky, under the writes A. D. McDonald, of Fayctte-villdance at County High School. let of March 3, 1879." . N. C, R. F. D. No. 8, "for we both had frightful coughs that no 'County Superintendent Lanier" reBeth Phenes 51. other could help" We were, told my ports the following pupils from the sister had consumption. She wns rural schools in attendance at Hie SUBSCRIPTION RATES: very weak and had night sweats but county high school: your wonderful medicine completeW- By MalL Christie L. Brown. ly cured us both. It's the best I Daily, one year $3.00 Sarah Watts. For sore ever used or heard of." 1.50 Octava Glover. Six Months lungs, coughs, colds, fliemorahage, .25 Month Katie Gragg. lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup, ' Payable in Advance. Robt. W. Daniels bronchial whooping cough, all "Myrtle Augustus. troubles,' its supreme. fCrial botMVERT1SIM KATES: Lela Martin. tle free. 50c and $1. Guaranteed by Mamie Thomas. t, The Winchester Drug Company. 'Grace Lee Noel. .15 ay edBtiem.... J. T. Quisenberry. .60 week.. witkia FURS! FURS!! FURS"! Walter D. Judy. 0 0m week, eo&tiBBtisy '' Nora Lee Jones. Om lender wu, eoatianonily. 3.00 Will pay you the Highest Cash " Zora Lewis.' 2.W week weeks, 4 time ' Prices for your Furs.. Florence Poor. fWx week, "tkree time a wek. 1.80 J. W. HISEL ; V' Grover Lee Morton. "teen weeks, two times t. weak . 1.20 Bridge Junk Shop, Bessie Tyler. Unim Hetke Per Um: No. 23 North Maple st i .. Ro3a D. Jones. . Tennessee Phone 215, Home .few week, on time a week.' . .75 East Elsie Thomas. fhiwnrri notices', bod type....7c 'Phone 596. i;' Mary F. Eclbn. heading... 15c Paa reading, Serena Hcflin. tares eoatinuouB insertions of Ease W. W. Henry. IS rate. eat at double the oae-tiBurns Cockrcll CliiiHW Per Wet: Laura Dawson. le Om laeirtiou, any editiom Smlie Osborn. three asertums continuously .. Ernest "Allc'n. myself if it had not County Superintendent J. E. Lanjer Three .Men nor From Nearly wife III NEW LIFE SAVING APPARATUS Attachment Prevents Burning of Rope Not InterShot From fere With Flight. r Gun--Do- es $1,000 of Front Show Window AUCTION SALE I am going to leave town and will sell all my Furniture, Household Goods, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Etc., at Public Newark Shop. Building. Wednesday night, three men stole nearly $1,000 worth of diamond rings and other jewels .from the frout sbow window. They made their escape with the booty. Newaik,'0. Jaii. 4 Breaking into J. Pratt's jewelry store, in the Just at this season of the year the Young Men's Christian Association life saving apparatus is very much in the limelight and the attachment for F. IW -- f A woman passing the store shortly before 9 o'clock, before Pratt had removed the display of .stock from the window for the night, saw a man behind the window placing the jewelry in an oiled sack. Two other men were standing guard on Third street, 'in front of the store. The woman called the attention, of a passerby and then screamed. This frightened the robber, who dashed out of the store (aiid down an .tyjiile the two confederate-liradd- " life saving guns invented by a New York man is of especial interest. Those who have seen these guns on the beach at coast resorts will recall that they are cannon with an adjustable range that shoot out rods to one end of which is attached an end of a coil of rope contained in a receptacle at their .side. The heat of the blast, however, has been known to set fire ii 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. ll-18-4- aes ;6 a hurried get-awa- y. Mr. Tratt 'cannot tell definitely what was stolen, but he places the loss -- t approximately $1,000. $50.00 REWARD Chas. attachment here shown consists of a long fireproof joint that connects the end of the missile in the gun with the free end of the rope, engaging both With a series of elastic loops that allow such perfect freedom of movement as not to interfere In the slightest with the flight of the missile. H. Chaliff. k 14 Lexington Ave. 2nd floor, Old Masonic Ml Bid. 00 J f VUfl three additional insertions. o Three from educational division 1 ; Republican Minority in House And Om ealeadar mo continuously. .10c ten from educational division 2; f.iiir Seeking counted less than 18 words. Senate to' Support the Governor. from educational division 3; in I charged ea books for He ilea eight from educational division 4. In Fight on Commission. toe is offered for the arrest and convicFireproof Joint Holds Line. tion of the party or parties that to the lifeline with the result that it broke the lock of the Winchestei did not reach its destination. The Gun. Club and stole and destroyed TheNew Depositor Id this bank may be assured .of receiving direct persoael attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve you that, we may prove he quality of our banking service. i ' We invite yon to call and see us. taaa 36 eeate. rtis PAiKfeiifepftWEriiEO FOR Anvrnri;iNr: ry thf Jttlllfirtffi.ud, U.'U)F!VL,;t.-KHrr- ' tnutw . iHi'.'J FOKClGt 11.! ItiiTHirRlVM .. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Jt 'Mi ' mi it - .1 -- Jill-i- vf ..GENERAL OFFICES .11 - ' (, l!'fifr,HI -- BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES I'-'- l : ' t ,ii )! 1 ",' was tcd Thursday Imbrning 'that State Chaiiiiiah' ii?rcwitt f 'wVll call a doirit caucus pftlje General Assembly, for TueslfaV eWniiiff-rtex- t. when the first jbajlor-hnsi'beetaken in the twp. H n 1 ,r il Frankfort, Kjv, Jau. i .. 5 It V! m mmsn I A property. WINCHESTER, GUN CLUB. l-l- 4t Are Facts We Want sill You to .. DEATHS AND: FUNERALS Prove, at Our Risk...l! t it PRESSING IRONS ARE h hair.iave.en-tiivl- y HANDY Citizens National Bank Near Court Hem.x Winchester, Ky. in . Infant Boy: of. , United States'Sena'te1' This caucus will be for the purpose of nominating, a .member of the oiiL- - TjJscusfeing- - the' attempt of the Ebx-l!i' si ""liiiigfott raud"Payette couaty i)e'mo-Mft- lj Prison Commission and ai State 'may .deterLibrarian. The caiicus f "instruct'? mine not to choose a candidate foj; C'B: Xidiols hov to ca?t WMIJ' t ifls-- iote in' the" race- - for Speaker Prison Commission until bly shall '.have passed' upon thp the Louisville Evening: iPot expre.s-of Gtoy. MoCreary Ij o n i es- '6ufl 'sentiments ' exactly- - when it with reference to removing the State 'J.t 17l11 says: prisons from politics." hP'i'S j ijt ''"''"There was one' comparatively The Republican minority in the Incident connected with thd Senate and House is quickly falling election of Mr. Claude Terrell as , Speaker of the Kentucky House lhat in line for the Governor's recommenBoard of deserves to be remembered in the dation for a Prison Commissioners, .and it is elation over that fortunate ever "For some years past the Demo- probable that the administration bill cratic Representatives and Senator on this subject will receive the unanfrom Lexington and Fayette county imous support of tiie minority. have, with few exceptions, acted as allies of the Third House, and have IN set their faces like flint against every MORE TROUBLE e,' U Teforai demanded by the people but opposed by the special interests. SCHOO L BOARD "Contented for a season Lexington 1ms of late been growing impatient. I' The present county officers arc Fn- sionists, the Circuit Judge, is a Re- At Marion, Ohio, in Spite of Hope publican. At the last election Mr. That Women Members Would Stop Tunis, a Fusidniht, who will support the county unit bill, was, to the great Wrangling. satisfaction ,of the Stale, elected State Senator over Mr. T. A. Combs, Marion, O., Jan. 4. For years the the Democratic incumbent. Marion School Board of Education or "In Fayriite county outside' of has been notorious in school circles Lexington throughout Ohio because of ils numC. B. Nichols, a Democrat was elected to the House and erous deadlocks constant and a few days ago a horrid rumor be- wrangling. Last fall all Marion, it came prevalent simong Lexington would appear by tfhe enormous vole politicians, namely, that Mr. Nich- cast, rose up in wrath and smote ols proposed to cast his own vote the men candidates for and would support Mr. Terrell for Mrs. A. J. Whiting and Mrs. Jcan-nett- e Speaker Lammers Hutchison, clnbwo-me"The dispatches from Lexington were elected to the board, and last week told the next chapter in it was said that their influence this little story. Mr. William Kiair would end the wrangling. The unpaused long enough from his stre- expected has happened, however, and nuous duties as Railroad Commisthe two women are at odds, with 'the sioner to come hurriedly to Lexing- result that the board is now apparton. .TJie "Democratic" committee ently liopelessly deadlocked on the of Lexington was called together and election of a cleric. Mrs. Hntdhison Mr. Nichols was "instructed" to is a candidate against Clerk H. Edvote against Mr. Terrell and to sup- mund Hill, who, besides serving one port Mr. Schoberth. term as "President, has been clerk "Only one thing remains to be said, three years. Mr. Nichols decided to abide by his By JMrs. Whiting voting for Mrs. own conscience and the platform .of Hutchison ihe deadlock would be his party. The roll calls at Frank- - broken, but she refuses to deserrl fort show that he voted fcr Mr. Ter- - Hill. Expressions of disgnst are hsarfl-o'fell upon every bdlot and contribut!vryide.', ted in no small degree to the Jotter's ci success. (Jood for Mr. Nichols, and I l J! If 3f 'glftl NltyfoCS, OF FAYETTE. :ilfit Jaine-?;to'th- ,i.;Vien tlic(;qfj,of)tjlje dead and the pores, w jicttatic-'eWminittee't- t - ' 4 and was buried in the lieve that" "anything can restore,. ,hnir ' cemetery." '( growth. j (if la .pah" ofThe'Tchild"was"one But, when the. hair roots retain twins born, thirteen days' jigo. I any life, we believe there i? .nothing " ' i .. that will so surely proniota" hair Mrs- - Lula Mansfield has returned growth as will' RexalY '"fla" Hair from Louisville, wliere she nccom-plfnie- il Tonic. To prove that statement, we. Mfs.r,MoihV Deatherage; who promise to promptly return all ttie ul'ferwch't a' successful operation1 on money J'ou pay us for Rexall "93'' Thursday at the Norton Infirmary. Hair Tonic, should it not please you. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic destroys NOTICE the germs which are usually responsible for baldness. It penetrates to The fine Jersey bull,' Billy Good!.):-- , the roots of the hair, stimulating will serve cows at $2.00, money dus and, by promoting circulation, nourat time of service. ishing them. B. A. OGDEN. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic helps to relieve scalp irritation, to remove Prescience. dandruff, to prevent the hair from "There Is coming a break In your falling out, and to promote an in- - 'life through a blonde woman." "I creased growth of hair. It comes knew It! My nice dinner set Is going to get smashed by our new Swedish in two sizes, prices 50 cenTs and copk!" fl.00. Remember, you can obtain it only at our store The Rexall Store. Phillips Drug Store, 50 S. 'Main st. AVIn-ches'f- scalp are ght&ctt i)ve'rvc do not ibc- tha -. An infant 'son of Mr. 'M. Cooper died Tliur.-da- y and Mist. 11. t on Hays-stree- Crease .Made ip Trousers by Drawing Edge Between Them Bother ' With Tailor 'Eliminated. f A New York genius has designed a "pair of pressing irons that make a Corner Main and Sontb Court Street. man Independent of the tairof' alleri his clothes are made. They .'arfr :alti ,handy for persons traveling who want 'to 'preserve a" natty appearance. The Irons are two hollow boxltke affairs; mounted on handles, which have spring; holding frames. Normally jthe irons! are together, but when the handles are pressed together they open, The edge of a pair of trousers is then, placed between them and theyt are' .SgeemrJaeWrJ&orejW '- - ! KWJ 4s - .Ask us (or our Free Superior Literatuni. It wil J tiiii. .itc "imai jruu vix uicuiy viiai puuiu, bosh u, llBCBCa, ,ow magnesia, proportions'' fdc uncifte, etc. .V.Superior makes dense, solia cftnaMte-tha- t w9 "endure, for. ages. It's a'frue tfortUndiCesaeBt, used by 'the U. S. Government' land; leadag engineers, contractors, and dealeas. 'kaat em ' 'Superior. fl ' Uwon Trust Buildup.' ClnfinH. 6i ( Justin Collin. President. The Superior Portlaad Cematfr. V! k. - . w rezH Handy Pressing Irons. drawn the length of the t'rouser leg. imparting as fine a crease as any taile or can give with the Iron. This new implement is heated by electricity and has an attachment therefor at one end. All the traveler need to do Is hitch it up to the electric fixture in his hotel room and press his trousers in a few minutes. It will also press other garments or flat goods excellently. old-styl- FURS! FURS!! FtfRSH! OF HISTORY By Ai W. MACY. CURIOUS BITS CHILDREN IN COAL MINE8. Will pay you the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. X W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple' st T5ast Tennessee Phone 215, Horn Phone 596. ll-18-4- OLD SOLDIER T0TURED "For years I suffered unspeakable torture from indigestion, constipawar veteran at Erie, Pa;, King's 'New life Pills fixed ridit- - "Thev are sinmlv eat." Try them for nch, liver or kidney trouble. Only 25 cents at ; The Winchester Drug Company. any-.&to- n, n case, the .report said, "Children are "sometimes 'brought tothe pit at lw aee of six years, and are taken 'put of Ired at four o'clock.' The working day was vfrom 14 to '16 hours. The ventilation In nearly all th Wrtlhee ? was bad, and Hhe drainage NOTICE worse. The children were made tb draw loads by means 'of a girdle and chain, going on' The regular yearly meeting of the often "through avenues Stockholders of the Home Building not :so good as-- a common sewer, and Saving Association will be held quite as vet, "and oftentimes more contracted' The report at the office of the Association, at "aroused general Indignation and ten o'clock, Saturday,, January C, tM 'resulted not only in excluding 1912. Stockholders are invited to children from mlnes.Uut- - Jn revelirt!on fating Mar conditions 1 "be present. generally in England. "W. ' all-fou--' tion and Smith, a "but Dr. mo all liver trouble," wrote A. K. It teem Incredible that within the last seventy.five years little 'children were employed In the coal mine of England and 'often treated no better than yet such 'was the case. In 1842 a parliamentary commission reported "that In many mines it was common for children to begin work underground at seven years old. la come thev began at six, and In a 'feW instances as early as five years old. One extreme case was reported where children were 'worked "as low as four years old," and "so young they had to be brought to work In Work-a'nimal- their In another has been conducting some experiments to ascertain the effect of low temperature on fish and animals. He has been at work on this subject at times for 18 years, and he finds that with all the animals with which he has experimented the common' snail can with stand the greatest amount of cold. He has subjected them to a temperature of J20 degrees C. below freezing point, and then nursed them back to an active life. As a rule fish will withstand .a temperature vof 20 degrees,; below this they are killed. At 20 de grees the body e fish is as brittleU as 'Ice' Itself and' may fae :broken as a piece of ice, but after b'eing thawed out the are as lively as before their frigid experience. m of-th- Low Temperature on Fish. M. Pictet, the French scientist, Save Time by Telephoning: ' r 4 When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the sametime he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice hy having the service of the lu Is easy to "travel all over the State and other States. If yoa haven't our servioe.you should have. Call our manager for full information. EAST TENHESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED) " Sawdust Briquetted. Sawdust is briquetted 'by several firms In' Europe for household fuel. Sawdust briquets, while almost as eas ily ignited as wood, burn much more Deception. slowly, owing to theii, having been "There are times when a person compressed so highly in the making. can scarcely believe his eyes." "EsThis is an advantage, as the fire does pecially when he i. an amateur mush not seed replenishing so often. room gatherer." A-- Do you remember the father who always used to ask Ma daughter's sweetheart to fill la a The Father. card game? it V. BUSHt President. 3t . tr : - i . New Source of Rubber. factory is to be started on the Nature Provides. Thames at Barking, for the extraction Nothing "happens to any man which of rubber from the 'latex tortae' Tlru-cal- ll he" Is not lormed by nature to bear. trees which are so prolific la Marcus Aurelius. The Strongest Force. Peace Is the strongeBtorce is. out only a lew nave covery. . 1 IT ' --'". .Jwa,fl?iw,!..ui ' , ? , I i ' . ' , THE WMCHCSteil'HEWS: ' ' iinim ? i I If a I'j 1 Jlr. J. W. Norton, of this city, and society between March and August, Miss Birdie Snowden daughter of 1908, are missing. '' Secretary Rankin testified that he jirs. George Gay Prewitt was in Letcher Snowden, of St. Helen's, ( Lexington this week the guest "of rel Lee county, were "married last week aid riot know where the records were. at Hie home fll the "bride at Beatty-vill- e, Rankin read reports of the society's atives. how at one sessios, by 1le. I. C. Hunt. " ' 'meetings and-tolALm laBLta" Wpk Jriirtiij; of Jlitysville. Amm ' Baaaaafl ( JIrf resolutions, were passed condemning J sn has returned home after a visit to "" Only the purest and freshest medr the use of. violence. ( by "Xight Rid" (p relatives here. j : ti. ICinCS OH SUIU Ul luc uiunu-- i lucm- - ers." relatives iJIrs. Eliza JValden vjsited :Via 'Pharmaby' the:stoe of qnafity. ''Lawrence Jfaxwell, who examined mv lruirt rri mmw'. imt I'nnTinnu K mm mmm? near Elkin Station from1 Friday , ihe, witness, tried. to . bring out fur until Tuesday. ther details about the "Night Ri"Jlrs. J". 'E. T.lack and baby, Jlil-dre- d, der' resolutions whereupon Judge A. DEATH IN ROARING FIRE are visiting relatives and P. Humphrey, of Louisville, one' oF friends in rJIadison county. may not result from the work of the attorneys for the Burley Society, Jfr. Thomas Brotherton, of Jladi- -' firebngs, but often severe burns are entered an objection. He said the son county, has returned homo after caused that make a quick need for sociefy had nothing to do with the a visit to relatives here. Bueklen's Arnica Salve, the quickJudge Hollister Jlr. J. E. Black has returned from est, surest cure for hurts, wounds, "Xight Riders." sustained the objection. II II i Frankfort after a few days business bruises, boils, sores. It soothes and What the. Minutes Told jville; Martha Shankland, Marian trip. hcals Drives off skin' eruptions, ul-- ! Baker Adams The minute books stated that at Jlisscs Beulah Elkin and Carrie " eers or 'piles. Only "25 cents at Miss Parley Adams and Ir. Hob-c- ft Wilson, Virginia Mcorc, Sophia Bur-gi- n, one time $600,000 was held in Lovett visited the latter's parents in Elizabeth McFnrland, Lexof The Winchester Drug 'Company. Baker will be married next WedBrown county, Ohio, through the Ford Sunday and Jlonday. nesday!. Tlie announcement of the ington; Kathleen Edwards and Jessie JIaxwell sale of pooled tobacco. Jlr. and Airs. George Wilson and approaching wedding will be received Turner, of Versailles; Laura Clay, asked why the minutes said this PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER children, of Fayette, visited Jlrs. with pleasure by many friends. The of Paris; Mary Ammerman, of money had not been distributed, and Eliza Freeman, last week. Mnrg,uet Duncan and Jose'eercniony will be performed at fuc All kinds of stenographic work at Rankin rei'cd thai '.e presumed iJIiss Lcla Haggard has gono tb G. Brock, Rev. phine Threlkeld, of .Xicholnsville and j Koine of Mr. John reasonable prices. Jliss Alice AIoss, payments had not been ordered b .Valparaiso, Ind., to attend college. ' Jaincs' Turpiii officiating. Both are Cornelia Anderson, of Louisville. at Moflett ' Spencer's olTicc in Fra- the District Board of the society. Rev. Win. (P. Stuart and wife, of prominent in Hie Allansville section ternity Building. Attorneys for the Burley Society Elizabethtown, arc here for a visit to cards have been issued and Pretty Social Dance again objected and Rankin's answer his sister, Jlrs. J. C. Scobee. a large nmnber of friends are' was stricken, from the- court record. A "social dance was' given at the Cornelia Iten-ic- k COURT UNABLE TO Jlisscs Virginia-anc, Tiic Eshelby Company is suing the home of Jlr. and Airs. Lewis were guests this week of Jlrs. damages, society for $588,793 on Gourgia street, Thursday Duncan Bell, of Paris, and attended FINISH HEARING charging that it was a trust and evening to a party of young people. the dance at Elks ML Sterling Dance Ijall Tuesday forced the priqc of tobacco to exhor-bitnwere: Jlr. and Jlrs. night. The young ladies "of Jit. Sterling Thoje prc.-c- nt ! ( figures. i jatid. Jloiitgoinery county gave a Leap Liiiville, Jlr. and Jlrs. John Haney. Lilburn Roe and iJIiss Eliza Jones, Eshelby ..Suit. Defense Wins ' Alfred Casset is one of the attorYear Dance at Trimble Hall Jlmulay Jlis.-c- s Jlinnie and Flora Glass. Nora of the county were married Tuesday r, Bertha afternoon by Judge Jas. IT. Evans Points. Objections to Questions neys for ibe plaintiff, while the law night, which was largely attended. Xapthia. iJIayme firm of which his father-in-laJli'.sic was furnished by Saxton's Orme. AVood inyillc, Alary Hackett, at his oflicc. As to Night Riders Are Sustainetl JIcLain. Jlona and Newell Governor narmon, of Ohio, is a ordiestra of Lexington, and a lunch-- . Dr. I). II. JIcKinley has returned by Bench. member, is associated in the defense. The Trimble, Kittie Fitsgerald, Genevieve from a trip to Baltimore. em was served to the guests. grand march was led by (Jliss JIary JIahaney and Elizabeth Butsch; Dr. John A. Snowden was called Cincinnati, fc, Jan. .1. Three witAT HOME T?.ny Trimble and Jlr. Stanley 0. Jlessrs. Kobert Shea, AVillie Glancy. to Bryantsvillc, Ky., to attend Jlrs. couples parti- John Hackett, Willie Fitzgerald, G. Iloleomb, who is quite" ill of heart nesses were examined Thursday in Dr. D. H. MfiIunley. Wood and forty-cu- e X, Daum,' Orvell Linville and J.esse the E. O. Eshelby case against the cipated. dropsy. Burley Tobacco. Society, and when Jlis.-e-s .Florence Hay Evans, Cora Linville. Jlisscs Irene, aid Lu,cile Sowards ":. e deeo- court adjourned at .):0 p. m., if SURE! TO BREAK The hou-was' artistic'allv ,an'd Baldwin, Anna Stonei ' returned. to thein.home in Versailles U .J.I ' il. I i trial wiU the of red and Wednesday, iri r aled.with.n, Margaret Day, of this jqUvj.-wCirafter ' spending their .W)s.,;unipnued that green. Jlrs. Linville was tsiste'd )raeeoduntiJ)jH!e 'orid of FndayS ,. . attendance. . with reati'eS Christmas; holidavs v. .1 mimU go 0Ver;nAl erving the i gttcsVs.' 'Jlusic'as funislie'd,,b"a Saturday is motioti F.the.1 Howe, of Carli.-I- e; Jlr. T. T. Little, wiio travels for Overcome ;Al'l" Distress From Will daXJiln' J:allgi; Hollisters court. jlaiy 'Wright and pjog'an Basjcoiy, b ebl'ore'd ''orcre?trh'.i',, haH R.'G.l Du'n & W.l'iir'flils-section- , of-Secretary J, JL Rankin ' 'A Bad Cold fir The 'Grippe Iri Just Miiarn-.uurir- : r lioriun units. Jtarv ani if n..' 'u lo(cqfl iji'iuclis'ter for headiiifli-- lev ,'i I ill! .' . .was Jit. Ster- - ters. Jlr. Little formerly resided in I - Socictv,111) ' kept on,tho stand HI Xouise Gndgel!. Jlae Ivincaid. Juelda ,1 I l. J , . A.Fw H.qurs I thu greater part of. the. duy'ThursM '- guest E Jliss jnildlfeboVo.' Connor and "Edna Byron, of Owings- - ling. "wa the plea-a- nt '" , da-the4 Ptthpr., witiessesl examine!! The most severe cold 'wilt Hi- Jlr.; pud. JIr..AV, J1M Moore, of . Re.ed, of the Laz1-ai;bfjing Villiani, broken, and all grippe miserv'ende'd Louisville, were' eUHed'''here byi thu ToIkjcc.o Company.! of Rich-- 1 '.illness , f.tye. latter's. mother, Jlrs. J. after 'taking a dosq or Papiis Gold' , ; i mond, Va.. and Geo. Willhrtn1 Jbne.f.' Compound r, every utwo i honrs iuitili . i W.' Scobee. I. T ! secretary of the United Stiites turee consecutive aoses are tauen1. Jlr. Harry- - W.' 'Eeton. foi;uierly Company at Richmoitd. You will distinctly feel all the iW ufth the Onne grocery, on North bacco y ij .Ranjyjn Reads, Minutes' agreeable- - symptoms leaving aftei- - the .. .Main street has' taken- - ia ...position, Sqcre,tary Rankin was required tf very 'first' first dose.. witli the Pnuletitiid Life' InsurancQ,. die most imseraDie neattacne, uuii-nes- s, with head(piarters in Winshesteri. read .from thy minute.- - of the Bui ley head and nse stuffed np, Jlr. Ecton's territory will al.--o em- Society's various actions taken at sneezing, ninning f the various times by the Executive Cotu-mittbrace Jit. Sterling. in an attempt to show that the nose, sore throat, mucous catarrhal Mr. and Jlrs. Rodney UI. Eubank redischarges, soreness, stiffness, had an elegant dining New Year'i society is a monopoly and in pains and other distress vanDay at which were present the fol- straint of trade under the Shenuaii law. The lawyers for the ishes. Rev. and Mrs. Bruce anti-tru- st lowing persons: Papc's Cold Compound is the reTrimbk). Jlrs. Nannie Kash, Jliss plaintiff made but little progress in O. Trimble, of Jit. Sterling, and this direction and at the end of the sult of three years' research at n Ella Jlrs. Charles Nelson, of Winchester. day's session the attorneys of the cost of more than fifty thousand dolJlr. and Jlrs. Clarence Bush,- - of Burley Society felt that the battle lars, and contains no qninine, which Torrent, Mr. William Bush, of Tor- so far has been decidedly in their wo have conclusively demonstrated is not effective in' the treatment of .eolds rent, Jlrs. G'atewood and 'Jlrs. Sam- .favor. ' or grippe. Neluels, of Mt. Sterling, William II. Tells of Winchester Sales ' Take this harmless Compound as Mix-ture- s, son, of Hedges, Jlrs. Sue Talbott, of .Jlr. Reed told all about the sale of Cynrhinna, Jlr. Richard Bush, the 3007 tobacco at "Winchester and directed, with tho knowledge that Lexington, Miss JIary Garrard and the part he and other representative.-- . there is no other medicine made anywhere else in the world, which' will Jlr. John Garrard, of Boyd, and Jlrs. of the independents took in it. cure your cold or end Grippe misery lane IIuls. of Schullsvillc, were here 'flic agreement of the indep'cn'd-ent- s as promptly and without any other Wednesday to attend the funeral of in the allotment Ojf the tobacas a assistance or bad after-effecMr. John P. Bush. co after it was purchased, was read package of Papc's Cold Comin court, wilhtn,!copy of the resolupound, which any druggist in the tions passed by them at the '.iinc. world can supply. which ciirried a vote of thanks with SKATING RISK. AUDITORIUM it for 'President Clarence LeBus auA Matinee. every day from 2 to S. the Burley Society for reserving Admission 10c, Skates free." per cent of the tobacco whicl you can get your photo taken at Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c, She Independents got. Enrp's Studio this week at greatly Skates 15c. H H M H 'Mr. Jones, the plaintiff's attorney, reduced prices'. 1-- 2 lilt V Pnrtirnlnr nttAntinn tn T.nHtA Lmm endeavored to show that the tobacco mmW mmm lfeginners taught free from 10 had been sold out of the state. 6 12 A. M. Stella Skidmore; "from Monday uiltii Wednesday. mm HEM POSSIBLE KnNiAiM Oflllu v M EXTREME STYLE IS THREATENED FOR THE SKIRT. IHi H t bH 1 , (By Capt. S. ,M. Boone.) The follow that thinks he's ietter than anybody else or, in other words, Fashion May Be Followed, but Is. Not away up in G, should an N Likely to Be Very Popular-So-me G his then the sentence wsM French Styles in read correctly. Simple Materials. pt He-fo- re -- llHIMMnilaHHBi $ O CIETY .. . c ouul - lue" ure "",vu i ki oc"" The dress shows recently given by the prominent shops of the country t others', but it is a rare thing wkea made a futile effort to introduce a I you find any of them any better tkau number of the most foolish ideas. One frock seen, a slip of sea green satin they should be. for' evening use, was topped by a sbort, perfectly round chiffon tunic, Good public servants of the people wired at the bottom to look exactly are always, in demand, but it is a like a lamp shade. The resemblance them stay-i- n was made further striking through the dangerous policy to-lfact that a deep chenille fringe was the crib too long. There are others. 11.-!. Cyn-thian- a: How are we to break up the tnsts and combines! The only way I can figure it but is. to cease making combinations, and' never under anv state of case Trust. If you endorse a man's, paper ahd have to foot tJicbill, I think it bad policy to let that'same fellow yank yon in a second, time. "He that is without sin let hire cast the first stone," and after "Hiat never throw another rock. J - Lin-vill- ut I believe hi fiddling aWd "lancingv f And all innocent prancing Good rhyming and ehyniing And Kes.-iugc- Srm tune timing. Jlore Anon. Eic CASCARtTS INSURE 3t inside fh& MiiHBs t "oaiutss Ntv- af ..Cucaftjfc Um i coluv-schem- , a, ifRcoui cr Have HeadMjwtMtHMiM, Jfes next-w-eek- F.is the-'Bui- v 1 1 'I' 1 , .' .... rheu-ma.tis- ni Just received a new lot of SUITS, consisting of Velvets, Serges, Broadcloths and all linedrwith Skinners guaranteed Satin, choice ts 2."-cc- nt tii.-2.- 1 mmk -- kWW W WW Bloomfield & Ratliff "mmW mmm D. B. SCOBEE, Mgr. "Part of Minutes If "lecnme "Tnfowh Thursday ''the minutes of meetings. held-,b- NOTICE 'that the Stoiikhql'ders of the Winchester Building and Saving Association aic 'hereby notified that the annual meeting for the eledtion of, officers will be held at the office of the Association, Saturday, January Gth, 1012, at 10 o'clock a. m. the CLOAK HUH Manager. CO. Inc. 'IK A. M. DOMB, TO THE FIRST TWENTY .Kentii&y esleyan Students making a purchase of o"n'e dollar- of more "at.otir store, .we, will giye a handsome1, STERLING aiiiVJEiA siAnr ran enameiea wicn tne iv.' w . c. seal. See these 'pins''on Display 4h' out ' windAnr. OUR DISSOLUTION IS STfLL ON - -- '' J. 21. n. W. SCIHVEXER, STEVKXSON". President. Secretary., NOTICE ueed at of the tunic, and so when the model walked about witt her fineries she looked .for' ali thi woVld like an uneasy 'Iamp. Her stit "fened tunic wabbled this way and that, and. those whq saw 'could only laugh at the spectacle. Another 'ab surdity that pervaded numerous even ing and 'reception gowns' was a.nar row- panel, perfectly straight anC scarcely six inches wide, this going at the back of the dresses, from the shoulders, half wayd6wn or begin ning at the waist. Black panels were used on several pure white dresses. The ultimate outcome of these smal' changes is inevitable; we shall soot be wearing wide skirts, skirts, by and by, with wired hems perhaps. Al ready there are looped draperies, tor fixings that go above a skimp plain skirt pretty much in the manner ol hoopskirts days, or there are funny swirls of decking that wind round and round the skirt after the manner ot the ribbons of the barber's pole. Meanwhile, with a fair amount of money and tolerable taste, one can find styles and materials that are enhancing to the highest degree. It Is only necessary to take one's wits along when doing the buying. The illustration presents the sort of style suited to the very slim woman with sloping shoulders, narrow hips and thin arms. A pretty striped silk In blue and gray Is used for the frock, gray chiffon beaded with blue being used for the gathered tucker and bertha fall. The flounced sleeves are of the same chiffon and the guimpe and close undcrsleeves of si simple white lace. In the absence of a suitable dress for a smart Thanksgiving occasion this gown could bo quickly copied. Far cheaper fabrics could be employed, and if the color Is carefully 'chosen and the ffrock nicely made It would look quite as well as a grander costume. 'In truth, it is only necessary to examine French clothes for a lit tle while to see that these apparently foolish people in the matter of eccentric clothes also have the best sense- In the way of dress economies. At the aforementioned shows weifc seen house gowns in such simple fabrics and so lightly trimmed that they seeme'd almost countrified beside the others. For example, there was a little robe for house wear of old Tose cashmere, with only a wide sit ribbon In the 'same- - color put at the underside, of the drapery to show at a point with the looping. With other little 'frocks of silk and light wool the gulmpes and undersleeves were of plain white mull run only with dainty hand tucks. .Then cotton oIIes were frequently employed for the reproduction of one of the frocks. the-bottohigh-priced .It 15 more necessary that youkeep .'our Mowers, Jtavcr ' ana Stomach ay purei)afijl,;resl. than, it is to :eei) the sewers and drainage of a arge city jre, !ypiu keeping clean 'inside with ascaretsrrrprlmerelytfor$ing: a pAsft- igeway. every, feiv dajs,iwith srtlts, atharlie pills or castor pill Tttis is "mportaiit. ,. Cn? carets immediately pleanse a'rid regulate the stomach,, remov ika 'ur, undigested and fermenting food aid foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system the decomposed waste natter ind poison in the intestines t and bowels. to Xo odds how badly and upset you feel, a Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep"." A your drnggist will keep your entire family feeling good for aaoatks. Don't forget the children their' little insides need, a good, gentle cleansing ' si i too.. fe FURS! FURS!! FURSMI Will pay yoa the Highest-CasPrices for your Furs.. J. W. HJSEI. c 't Bridge Joule jtafet No. 23 North' Haph East Tennessee Phone 215, HaiM U-lsPhone 59G. -4a TROUtLES." tackle the trouble fhat'CftiM your way With a resolute heart and cheefAll, Or hide your face from the light of day t With a craven soul and fearful? Oh! a trouble's si ton, or trouble's Did you 'X' MARY DEAN. Elks Bifilding Both Phones 364. WINCHESTER; 3 I Main Street . BALDWWBROS. soutn Main St. 5 WINCHESTER. KY. ? t ir lie responsible for any- Care of the Face. Don't rwa"sh the face In 'cold watdr ged tqSne, unIes""Jn ordrt coahag layout of the same signed Ly mc 'Juetrifter vWash, use waferthe sua? H yea met as hot aad afterwards rub at ym. eu-fccar.l- ail ounce. Or a trouble's what you make it, And it the fact that you're hurt that counts, But only how did you take it? You are beaten to eartfi, j 'c Well, well Wliat's traat? Come up with a smihm face, It's nothing against vou to fall down flat, But to lie there that's Uisgrace. The harder vou'r'e "thrown, why-ii- e liigher you bounce, Be prowl of your blackened eye. ' It isn't the fact fhat yoa're KeMd that counts, It's how did you fight and try. n't 1 ' - I -- 'i MBaaBBBaflBMBBjBjBlBjMBjaBaiUj j 4. 31 Fmt, -- j y,T7 rev x- fr-- f 171 Jt isiS.. or ."it WINCHESTER sponsibility, and Colonel Allen has made an excellent record in defending the city in suits and prosecuting actions for the city, s vrell a3 systematizing in an excellent manner the routine work of the office . He has had such experience in the work that he is probably better' fitted on that account for the place than is any other attorney in the' city. The vote on the confirmation of the appointment of Colonel Allen was unanimous in both boards. O'Neil Guyn Assistant Mayor Cassidy also tent with his approval the appointment of City Engineer J. While Guyn of P. P. O'Neil as Assistant City Engineer, which was confirmed by unanimous vote as was also the appointment of Mrs. Ida W. Harrison to succeed herself as a member of the Board of BOGUS ANTIQUES. AVERAGE MEWS DR. RALEIGH B. MJLLER ''.as BS GEORGH WEIGHT OF BRAIN IS A CANDIDATE ( on West Broadway. Calls answered Professor Frederick W. Jlott, lec 1 i Tlw DeiMcratlc Hominatien For turing before the Royal Institution of icrtioni. 2 Great Britain on "The Brain," said promptly. y:c. a word for ac& id1iMal kh 9st Mpirinte"fcnt ef Schools of that although In S8 per cent, of the 7c.o.d-lBeth Phones 3U0. scrllon. I cases' in which the brains of great 10c a word par tientb. County. met had been weighed the weight was above the average, brain weight Scattered irusrtlcni. Is par wtrtf par itself did not always mean brain qualfiTffc Sterling, Ky., Jan. Insertion. ity. orgia Sledd, for jcars associated Nothing Inzsrlti for teu tkaa In When there was lack of the funcAND 5mth the'Mt. Sterling Collegiate tionating tissue, the lecturer explain- The Laughing Comedy Success i ed. the structural material might re in this city, Las announced far less than 15 cents noisseur. thus diveribes one of these ceive more than its normal share of candidacy for the Democratic h dealers:, "fie knew how to crackle new nourishment and the extra weight be of nomination for superintendent Ivories by honing the;n like esKS. how due to overgrowth of "brain scaffoldTRACY AND STOKELY to cook new pictures iu tlnf.ven, how ing." This accounted for the very schools of Montgomery county, and to smoke new prints and how to green large and heavy brains sometimes will push her canvass from now un-Ji- L new bronzes with nitrate of potas- found in congenital idiots. Pointing FOR SALE the primary to select the candsium. It was so amusing to see the out that the brain weight of a race ANDAILTHROATANO LUHG TROUBLES! idates. Miss Sledd. is a daughter of things age in a minute: He would long civilized surpassed that of aborigines, the lecturer stated that whereMICE SUBURBAN HOME GUARANTEED SA7SFXCTOSY' bring a new earthenware dish out of as "Deputy Sheriff William Sledd and is the ordinary European hospital paover, burning licit, and plunge it the tient had a heavier brain than a savone of the best known teachers in the Two story frame dwelling with 7 into iced oil; result, contraction, age, the Chinese coolie laborer's brain, Library Trustees. A Sparkling Comedy With Music. ioo:ii- - halls, porche-5- . cellar, natural so to speak and the enamel developed cqnnty. The present superintendent, by use, weigh-- , In his appointment of Colonel Al- ail cracked into the wrinkles of age. ed 114 ounces centuries of more than that of the TABLES If. C. Goodwin, has also announced j:a, water "work, rood cistern, with len, Mayor Cassidy made it plain And then he would rub the surface European hospital patient. Same attraction played in two acres of land: stable; jk t otit-fisj a candidate for upou a dirty paving stone till signs of Referring to the relative brain Louisville week of December 17 v James W. White and Frank iNor- - that the appointment is for one year wear and tear appeared that might out- weights of Caucasian men and woof city limit-- , on one of the bct LEXINGTON AND EASTERN only, owing to the adoption of the wit anybody. and Cincinnati Xmas week. men, Professor Mott said that the fewho are opposing candidates for pikes coming: in Winchester. "ion, Price RAILWAY COMPANY "As for pictures, it was easy to find male brain had a good start, weigh,tliriflF Jinvfl fnrmpfl n rnmhinntinn. Commission Form of Government right. an old canvas or an old panel for a Lo ing nearly than the A GUARANTEED A1TRACTI0H. $bite taking the chief deputyship, :v,lic1' fo illto effeet at tl,e exP"'- - renzo. It was when the artist's work male brain at ounces moreadult life, Office in McEldowney Building birth. In . While Mr. Al was over that the real science and art however, the average, man's 'No. 1 Xo.3 nutting William Cravens, who ration of that time. rsnd. brain BOTH PHONES Daily Daily WESTBOUNT weighed about 54 ounces more than len accepted the appointment, he re began first of all. u wash of varvtrai to be White's deputy, out of the PRICES 353 and 50c. nish that had been colored with sepia: the woman's. a. m. p. m. runhife. As- - n .result there is a lot fused to express himself as to the next, on the more raised portions, s ! FOR RENT Flat, four room, hmir The average weight of the Euro Lv. Quicksand, Ky. 1:25 prc.-cousting citv officials the licorice juice to brain is 2 pounds hall and hath. Lexington avenue, $t "ho wjing", among Cravens' friends from theofoffice's at the end of that flies. withcould even imitate attract the pean male to 2 pounds 1C 15 ounces9 GALLERY 25c. i 9 drams 5:05 1:50 Jackson, Ky fly marks He ounces aind they are insisting on his getting wk Blcomfield and Ratliff. O. & K. Junction . . 5 :10 1 7 with India ink. A few drops of salty drams, and of the female brain 2 time. on sale at Strode's Drug Stcre iRx&'t race for sheriff. Athol, Ky water left on the canvas would pro- pounds 10 ounces 14 drams. Among f.:35 2:22 Seats FOR RENT A cottairc on Caljimay duce moldincss and mildew. A needle savages there was not this difference, Beattyville Juct. Ky 6:03 2:51 deftly used would cover the picture since in the struggle for existence the CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Ky 6:25 3:12 Torrent, stieet. G. M. Maun. 312 Burns female had to apply her brain as fully with a network of cracks." BEAUTY TRUTH Campton, Juct., .. 6:13 3:30 avenue. Home phone 530. as the male, hence it was developed George W. Shepiierd. pastor. Ser-icREAL ESTATE. Clay City, Ky. 7u9 4:05 at practically the same rate. at Court House. Sunday school THE BANK OF ENGLAND. L. & E. Junction .. 7:51 4.37 FOR SALE Aneona chicken; prize 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Winchester, Ky. .. 8:05 4:50 Farms for sale, Houses Jnmfits, Sailewness, Blotches and md 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting) Classed as a Tavern and Has the Right RUBBER HEEL IS DETACHABLE winners; cheap. II. V. Alexander. Ar. Lexington, Ky. .. 8:50 5:35 and Lots for sale or to Retail Beer. Phillips Brmr Sto:e. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. satslO-t- f v .Dull Eyes Caused by Stomach. rent. I In the census records of the city of Device Is Adaptable Where Desired No. 2 J Xo.4 at Different Times and Its ReLondon the Hank of England is classDailyf Dail; 0 HOUSE FOR RENT Six room EASTBOUND Beauty is only skin deep, but A specialty of Lot SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY. moval at Others. ed as a tavern. I p. ra. a. m. with pas and water. Apply to A. This is because it has the right in sales. that's deep enough to satisfy most II. Sympson, corner Maple and The Scientific American illustrates common with some other old establishv. Lexington, Ky . . 1:33 7:2( "I want to thank yon from the women, also men. and describes a rubber heel, recently ed city businesses to sell beer by reRATLIFF & Winchester, Ky. . 2:17 8:03 Hickman streets. C. B. "kvin order to keep the skin in a bottom of my heart,' wrote invented by Andrew W. Carlson of tail. The power to do this was grantL. & E. Junction . 2:35 8:18 Auditorium BIdg. I, FOR SALE- - Household furniture. dear, clean, healthy condition, the Racier, of Lerisburg, W. Va., "for ed it by charter under the great seal Spokane, Wash. This invention comClay City, Ky. .. 3:03 8:30 in lfi!)4. and it has never been taken prehends a rubber heel of a peculiar 'ytomaclr must supply the blood' plen- - the wonderfiliuddablej benefil X Campton Ju' t . . 3:47 9:27 Apply to Ira Tanner, GO Ainrt conformation adapted for remoyabe en- away from it. Torrent, Ky. . . . 4:04 9:44 as the JrjjmvElechTcy Bitters, in curing me The bank could therefore, it It chose, UUIIU1U11. As 'long enuc. .Beattyyillo. Juct . 4:25 10:04 of stomach start in business as a public house tostomachy is- - out of order and the "Ky Athbl, 4:52 10:30 morrow, or it a speFOR SALE The Bis Run tyaltl; .tood "lacks proper nourishment,' the trouble and of rheumatism, from cial "Bank of .could send roundof, Say. O. & K. Junction 5:39 10 57 gtxr;o England brand'" hih. t 'A1 t had-bee- n ' which I au almost ilielpless jjkiri wiil"be affected bct on the market; yards on WesE Cvtll. delivered In its own :05 riuiiu Jackson, Ky. . . . bottled stout. caw Broadway. Clark ' County Con, o. r.orr Ar. Quicksand, Ky. . 11:23 If you want a perfect skin that sufferer for ten years. It suited drays at your door, with a facsimile y 'Jifi' ,5 of, take1 a week's my case as. though, made just for ot the chief cas'hier!s signature on the j. struction, Company, i t; J,ilT428-t- f voit "will be proud guarantee of indigestion, label of each bottle as a CONNECTION: raeJ' jFor dyspepsia, ' treatment of !' purity. , -- EXINGT0N Train JsTo. 1 will make jaundice and to. rid the .system of The dean pnd chapter of St. Paul's Insure .1 , cmicction at Lcxinjrton with the L. cathedpil c:iu also hiy claim to a simirheuma'SeVa fifty cent box today, and if kidney poisons that cause, tlie'ri'ghf. iu a'ddi-tioN ;fpr Louisville, Ky 3 will No. lar .privilege, with STROTHEctrs jrou are not. satisfied after a weekn tism, Electric Bitters has no equal. Paul's nakc connection jvith.thp L. & N. at Jj.. iir vou 'ir have vour mon- - Try them. Every bottle, is, guar- brew, to brew their own beer. the 'corhouse "formerly stood rii treatntent, can .e.xinjrton for Ciilciiina'fi,' Ohio. Only , 30c srf ner of the entrance to Doctor's comOLD anteed to. satisfy. CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos. mons, from the churchyard, and an av Detachable' Heel. itzM) had I SO ' is The Winchester Drug Company. , . erage.ot. between (30,000 and 70.000 galI, 2, .3 and 4, will make, connection Tor 'an' stomacll ailment ' FIRE INSURANCE AND "guaraniee'd: '"l giVe's almost lons of "strong' ale" were brewed there gagement with the heel of a hoot or vith Mountain Central Railway to shoe. The inventor provides a rub- md from Campton. every year. REAL ESTATE AGENCY instant relief and permanently cures DEPARTMENT IS The sale of this, however, was con- ber heel together with. means whereby BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains tCGtnnH o! Merchants,. Farmers, ..targe box 5J) 'cents, at J I1III1JJ-- it may be securely held in position on Nos., 1, 2 and 3 will make connection ft file Fraternity Bid?., Phone 185 fined to the cathedral precincts. They and Tracers Solicit Dirug ofcore', and druggists even-- must have been thirsty souls, those old the heel, a rubber, heel being provided with the.L. & A. Railway for Beattytime ecclesiastics. But. then. It must be with an extending engaging means ville. where. remembered that In those days tea and whereby It may be positioned on the 0. & K. JUNCTION Trains Nos. 2. Collsctlon; cn Al! Points. coffee were unknown and beer was heel. A perspective view is given in 3 and 4 will make connection with The nicest and most drunk at every meal. Even very lit- the illustration, showing the heel in Hon is Bill is Expected to Receive: tle children had their allowance, two position with the fastening means. Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel FOR perfumes and toilet articles at the to the nursery The device is adaptable for use in City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. quarts a day. sent 013 JETT WHISKY and 1109 BEES lrown-Proctor- ia Cepital and Surplus The The Approval of The Democratic regularly each morning from the but- cases where one may desire the rubPharmacy CHARLES SCOTT, ber heel at some tjmcs during the store of quality. tery below. Pearson's Weekly. General Passenger Agent Best on The Market House. day and its removal at another time. The fastening means comprises a bent Trade In Skeletons. LtUISVILLE & RASHVILLE number having inwardly extending Washington. Jan. .". Asscr.-hiThe principal center for the distribuIS portions and it is formed of risilient Southbound. purtion of articulated skeletous for i PENDLETON, that the Postofiice Department BUSH & BUSH metal. 0 poses of study by the medical profesa huijc political machine, sion is in Paris, from which point they Attorneys-at-LaMo. 87 CincLmati-Ktoivil- le !oc CITY SOLICITOR Lexington Laundry Company Congressman Xorris, a Xcbiu.-s- a Temperature of Hats. are shipped to every part of the globe. 10:25 a. m. th Floor McEldowney Building can save you express on Dry 7. inside temperature of men's a well mounted articulatThe insurgent, introduced a bill in the The price of No. 83 Cincinnati-Jackcoiivii- li Cleaning which is our speciality. varies from S.'iO to $300. hats was among the interesting illus- limited, 10:52 a. m. ed Wir.cnester, Ky. House Thursday io place every em- Thisskeleton difference has little to do with the trations ,at the Dresden Hygienic exBoth Beards of Newly Organized R. S!D ELKIN, ploye of that department, except fir condition of the subject while alive. position. In the sun, with an external Jo. 9 Maysville-Stauor- d 'oca' Agent. Iu the cheap skeletons only the barest temperature of 9G.S degrees F., the in irh Cincinnati connectiof at Paiis General Council Unanimously En- - Postmaster General, under the J. M. STEVENSON I ' Q framework is offered, hut in the ex- side of a yacht club cap showed 98.6 arrives at C:30; departs at 0:33 p- - m Q classified service. Following pensive specimens every detail is workAttorney-at-Ladegrees; a Prussian helmet, 97.7 deiterse Cassidy's Choice, J. Embry limitfr No. 31 Cincinnati-Atlant- a his recent speech in Washington, in ed out with sedulous care, and often grees; an English cap, 94.1 degrees; 60 S. Main. St. Winchester, Ky. 11:22 p. m. ?iAHen. which he declared that Republican both the nervous and the circulatory a black derby hat, 92.3 degrees; a high silk hat, 89.6 degrees; a soft Comsystems are shown. Cincinnati SICO.CrO Capital State committees consist of Fcleml mercial Tribune. white felt hat, 86 degrees; a light Northbound Lexington, Ky., Jan. 3. The Gen- straw hat, 79.9 degrees; a Panama stni.'d officeholders. Mr. Xorris DRINK limited 34 Atlanta-Cincinna- ti eral Council convened for its first Thursday that a "Republican hat,, 77.9 degrees. Undivided Profits. J200.000 A Preference. 'A' V 4:52 a. m. "After all." said .Mrs. Oldcastle as session of 1912 Thursday night, and nowadays sounds like n.!:t they were returning from the picture No. 10 Stanfr.rd-Maysvil- le Jocal i confirmed the appointment of May- - of secc postmasters, and gallery to the drawing room. "1 think onnectine al Paris for Cincinnati or J. E. Cassidy of Colonel J. Embry my preference Is for Botticelli." due at 7:15, leaves at 7 :22 a ra. State committee has :c,p.z illAN WZT" r, "Well." replied hostess. "I can't Alien to succeed himself as Citv toNo. 38 Knoxville-Cincinna- tt employes for about of '( say that mine is. herFor me It doesn't il. arrivis 2:48t departs 2:53 p. m. elSwaff. John H. Gilbert membership." seem that there's anything to beat 32-No. Jtv'k&onvills.CjniiiiAti DyfarketmajSerpby a vote of 12 to 8. The Xorris bill is expected to re- good old fasliloned raspberry Jam." Hom rnona 7W. omwfcunj limited 5:37 p. m. ending a fight of more than a month. ceive the approval of the Democratic Chicago Reco'rd-HeralWINCHESTER. KY. All are daily, except No 9. 9 ant. While Amsterdam is the diamond DR. M. L. MYERS. The "boards organized by the House, which is already contemplatQuick Work. center of the world, these gems are 10, wliich are daily except Sunday. of Messrs. K. G. iPnlliman ing an investigation of the postoflice DENTIST. "That editor is terribly slow at read-in- s not generally worn by the natives. manuscript." Scales for weighing diamonds are so Ana James T. McCarty, as president political machine. N. tf. WITHERSOON. CHESAPEAKE & UHlt. rutb noor.McUdowney Bsndtaf so? Why. I fthe "Board of Aldermen and the The bill also provides for the lie"Think flirouph twelveknow the time delicate and sensitive that the weight WINCHESTER. KY. President. stories in less of an eyelash will turn the balance. went Board of Councilmen respectively. transfer of employes from one Eastbound. Tests appear to show that the wind than a minute." W. R. SPHAR. will carry disease-breedinbacteria No. 2G, Daily, Ex. Sun. . ..8:45 a. jjljbrief message from Mayor Cassi-dyw"Cracious: When was that?" to another in making promoCashier. "When the elevator broke." Phila- 200 feet, and even CO feet during rain- No. 22. Daily also read. , 12J.0 p. Bring Your Furs, Hides And tions. fall. delphia Press. o. 28, Daily 's Sua . . 6:30 p. The appointment of a City Ingenious tackle has been devised Al! Kinds of Metal to CHAS. 4 Congressman Saunders, of Virgin. 9d0 p. to make a tree that is being felled To 24, Daily been exciting a great deal ia, now has a Appropriate to the Occasion. ZIGMAN Junk shop at Walnscott peudiig ,'' Westboui 0. "My tailor always has a touch of the pull its own stump from the ground and several of.' interest lately, Court, North Main street, and asking for the investigation of the appropriate in his work." with it. 27, Daily, Ex. Sun. ..C:22 a. were named by would-b- e get the Highest Cash Prices. The handwriting of a people varies No. 21, Ddly postmasters. The Virginia activity of . 7:48 a. "Yes: I've known him to press SOLICITS YOUR prophets, but no hint on me from the member' makes the charge that nu- mourning suits with sadirons." Balti- from age to age. The writing of one fo. 25, Daily Ex Sun . . 2 50 p. country may be easily distinguished more. American. who would be appointed merous postmasters llayor'asio No. 23, Daily . I 1) D. ACCOUNTS. iu his state aid from that of another. antil Thursday night. most famous bridge in the elsewhere are neglecting their official The FURS! rURS'H FURS!! Fitting Procedure. Art of Punctuation. .Appointment Meets Approval. duties because of outside business or If you want money, go to strangers, world, the Bridge of Sighs at Venice, A man went Into the Jewell Coun tf you want advice, go to friends. 1 so called because It led the way to a "Will nav yon the Ilfciiest Cash i The appointment of Colonel Allen political 'connections. ty Monitor office and asked the prison, was built in 15S9. you want notifing. go to relations. (Trices for your Furs. Time Wasted. approved among those new doll that its inventor claims young apprentice what rules of puncA is generally Lipplncott's. There Is a heap of perfectly good is lndestructable is made of properly tuation he followed. The boy replied: J. W. HISEL , I Only registered pharmacists hanvito discussed it Thursday night. shaped block of wood, joined by '"I set as long as I can hold my breath time wasted, in worrying about a trouHe Went. Where Bridge Junk Shop. Brown-Proctor- ia Colonel Allen has been City Solicitor dle your perscription at the ble that may come. Keep your mind and then I put in a comma, when spring steel swivels and binges. "Did the prisoner go beyond well "No. 23 Xoith Maple'st., ' for the past four. years and lias filled must have been in use gape I insert a semi-coloand when clear from this clutter, and if difficul- i Thimbles Pharmacy. Absolute acethical bounds in his defense?" among the ancient Romans, since I want a chew of tobacco 1 make a par ties arise, you will be better equipped , East Tennessee Phone 215, Home The store of "Nope. He Just went-t- o the place lo satisfaction of the pub-Jj- c, curacy guaranteed. o meet them. specimens nave been unearthed amid agrapb." Kansas City Journal. ' Phone 59G. The position is one of great re- - quality. the ruins of Herculaneum, in Italy. dec-eiw ; flecks of the Crafty Italian Fcrgera ef Old Curios. There are dealers in curios, a crafty set of tradesmen, all over Europe, but it Is in Italy tliat ihey have carried tne t and turnery, the substituart of tion of nioclrrii ir.oliu ts for ancient, to the, acme of lii'rfrrtiun. Verona, Venice.. Sii'ii.i anil Itumi' swariu with shops in whirli lurk these clealers iu the !Ui:hji:e. :tul Ihey are keen to spot ijiat may pas3 their, any Ameri.-away. Nest in the .American in .gullibility is t lie i:iilishmnii. but he does not so freely trive up Ills money, Sir' James Voxall. the 'uglish con- - Professor Frederick W. Molt Gives Difference Between Savages and Races Long Civilized. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon. WINCHESTER WED ( COLUMN Located at Gaines' Livery Stable THEATRE ilea CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS word for 1 !ngk mstrtta 2c a won! for tftraa eoasKstlva hn mm .6, GU&ETflE&K6Sl GIRL inrliscifiii THEAND BUDJ1E THE TRAMP chill-chilbl- ains, de lv rub-biug- nt ... 1 ' -1 es ... -tf 11-3-- 31 12-23-- ti' 5( 12-27- -1 r n ( i, . Clark County National BANk i RELIABLE MI-O-V- te HfSAM JETT $350,000.00 w w nd-cla- ss So-jto- two-thir- SCIENCE INVENTION NOTES' OF THE Mpa ' Winchester Bank -' r as g O'.'.'.'.'.'.'O.O'.V.'.V.'O Solic-jfor-lia- can-dtes- o.v.-.-.-.-.o'o.-.-.-.'.;.- .o d 1 e. . ll-lS-4- 1 -- A K" - . r. 1A . izrns-- f '&tto w;.-jz.- i i. . i r, " 5