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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 9, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912010901_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 9, 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. LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 63. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, ANOTHER KILLING' KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1912. WOODMEN WEATHER Crifcr THesday NifM; nesday. Fair 2 CENTS A COPY; IS IT A TOWN OR A DISEASE? II CENTS A WEEK TO MEET TROUBLE AT IN BREATHITT If. LIGH I PLANT Jackson, Ky., Jan. 9. "Bummer"' Spicer was shot and killed Sunday evening by a man named Clair near About Ten Buyers 175,000 OPENS STRONG the mouth of Wolf Creek, twenty Caused by Low Pressure of Gas, But miles from Jackson. Clair was Ptart Will be Maintained by Steam placed in jail here tMonady morning. Pewer in The Future. The trouble at the electric light plant has been on account of the Mr. W. P. low pressure of gas. gives assurance that steam Hackett power will be maintained in the future, and no further trouble will be c.TTjerienced with the lights. FUNERAL re. On The Floor And Pounds Sold Up to Noon Tuesday. The tobacco market opened at the Planters' Loose Leaf Warehouse in this city with about 300,000 on the market. Ten buyers, representing the American Tobacco Company, Scotten and Dillon, of Detroit, and a number of independent concerns are present, and buying is spirited. The market is high and 'strong, about 175,000 pounds having been sold at from $2 to $20 at noon Tues day. A. J. Bray, of Durham, X. C, is the auctioneer. S. B. Redmou sold eight baskets .at 11 cents to 16 cents and a little nondescript at $4.90 to $8.40. W. E. Pinnell sold sold ten baskets at 14 4 cents to 19 cents. The farmers are much pleased with the booming condition of the ales and prospects are bright for a big tobacco market here. 3-- RAINFALL FOR Of The Year 1911. At the court house Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock Mr. J. n. Brewer, State Manager of the Woodmen of IS THE MAN the World, will speak and all Woodmen will be present to hear this well known fraternal worker. After the According to Opinion of Governor of speech, Vermilion & Long, the caKansas, in a Statement Issued terers, will serve a lunch to the mem-he- rs Saturday Night. and their wives,, the latter having been invited as guests of the Topeka, Kan., Jan. 3. "I am in J lodge favor for the nomination and elecI tion of Theodore Roosevelt for President," Governor W. R. Stubbs, proTWO DEATHS gressive Republican, says in a statement issued here late Saturday. -- COL ROOSEVELT STRIKE The following is taken from the Cincinnati Enquirer. We wonder if it is a typographical error. CONGRESS Louisville, Ky., January 7 Augustus Piigh, 75 years old, pioneer distiller, died at the residence House Committee Stenographers Reof his daughter, Mrs. A. T. Crawford fuse to Work Because Their ComDeath was due to Paris, Ky. pensation Has Been Reduced. ht IS VICTIMS OF ESCAPING GAS If as Kept by Mr. Marquis Bean Is Given. Accurate Report. FROM TIE COLD OF MR. WUJEJRAYCRAFT Is Conducted at The Residence of Mr. Jee May, on Taylor Avenue, by Revs. Byrd And Lyons. r Funeral .services over the remain of Mr. Willie Craycraft were conducted Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the residence of Mr. Joe May, on Taylor avenue, by Revs. Byrd and Lyons. The following were the pallbearers: Chas. Gary, Henry McDonald, Till May, Prewitt Cruse, Phoenix Jones and John Gray. Mr. Craycraft died Monday morning of tuberculosis, at the age of 21 years. He is survived by one brother, whose home is in Oklahoma. He had made his home with Mr. May for thirteen years having been taken to rear when a small boy., Mr. Craycraft had many friends, who are grieved at his untimely Below is given the rainfall foi each month during the past year as Foi kept by Mr. Marquis. years Mr. Bean has kept an accurate record of the rainfall and other weather phenomena and his reports are the most reliable. The average rainfall for the last 39 years is 44 inches; for the last year its was 48.93 inches, 4.93 inches more than the average fall, although the country was visited by a severe drouth. DEATH OF MR. Inches 1911 4.43 January rainfall J Repot ted in Louisville. Many Fires Originate From Overheated Stoves or Furnaces. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 9. 'Louisville is experiencing the coldest tvearlier in thirteen years, thermometers registering 8 degrees below zero Sunday morning. Sunday marked the first time the mercury has dropped below zero in seven years. L. E.' Brown, 62 years old, was found frozen to leath in a coal shed Sunday. Death was due to exposure according to the Coroner. Twt other deaths are traced indirectly to the bitter cold. j During the day twenty fires were reported from Louisville homes and one in a negro church, the latter being destroyed with a $35,000 loss. Practically all of the fires had their origin in overheated stoves or fur- - death. DEATHS AND FUNERALS February rainfall March rainfall April rainfall May rainfall June rainfall July lainfall August rainfall . . . September rainfall October rainfall . . . November rainfall . December rainfall . Total TO CELEBRATE 2.C3 2.94 C. BOTTS 5.78 Passes Away At His Home On Mag nolia Street, As Result of Compl1.3!) ications. ,..3.1 ...1.70 ,..5.85 ...3.83 him home on Magnolia "of '20 ...4.30 ...5.09 Mr. John C. Botts died Monday at tieet of s complication of diseases, at the age years. r The funeral services will he conducted on Wednesday morning at 10 48.93 o'clock by Eld. T. Q. Martin. Mr. Botts was 20 years of age. He survived by four brothers and thico sisters. His father died n: November, , , A F ROM Mrs. MoHie Rider Mrs. Mollio.-siHider- , .AUTOMOBILE Overcomes Louisville Man, And He Has Two' Narrow Escapes lOft The Same Day. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 9. Overcome by gas escaping from the engine of his automobile, Charles Pierson, a city salesman, had a narrow escape from death at his home here Sunday. The fact that he realized he weak from the effects of the in time probably saved hi. gas life. Succeeding in opening the door of his garage, iPierson made several attempts to reach the kitchen of his house but finally fell unconscious in the snow in the back yard. Once more he escaped death, thhr time by freezing, when a neighbor feeding chickens in her yard, happened to notice him lying on the ground and notified members of his ffonnUrly o?" MadisonTcOUjitj-- , cancer akkX diod .Monday oT liojne at Kansas Citjv G. Mo. ShpCwjVKrt sisteinlof Deatheragc; of this city., Sam Winchester,, Lodge, C ' ' cjeniathari' Royalty' ON THE STAND Lodge, B. P. O. E. TlieiYinche-te- r Jonathan' 'Royalty Tdied 'Mon Mr. day at his home at Willisburg, Wash1 Will celebrate its tenth anniversary Is Spent By Vice President A. 'L. ington count y oft the infirmities of h Wednesday night. DUtrict Depu Ferguson in Case of Eshelby vs. He ty Exalted Ruler Judge llazelngg, ol year. age in his eighty-firBurley Tobacco Society. leaves a large family of children, two Mt. Sterling, will be present. A de of the sons being C. X. and Harvey lightful luncheon will be served. Cincinnati. O., Jan. 8. Vice PresRovallv. of thi cotmtv. ident A., L. Fcrguscn spent a tedious G. H. Goyen REV. 6E0. W. SHEPHERD day on the witness stand Monday in Mr. David Henry Goyen died nl the E. O. Eshelby s. the Burley Tohis home in Lexington Thursday GETTING ON NICELY bacco Society ca.-before Judge . night of heart trouble, aged seventy-thre- e Ilollister in the Feferal Court. Judge years. He is survived by llollister ruled agr.inst the question three sons and three daughters. Popular Pastor of Central Baptist Allen as to Church Undergoes Successful Op- a.sked by ,Col. John R. He formerly lived in this city and al the condition of "t'.:e marketing ano eration For Removal of Fatty Tuthe time of his death was a member growing of tohac;o in "Kentucky mor. of Ivauboe Lodge Knights of Pyprior to the organisation of the Burthias. A telephone menage to "The News ley Society, but Colonel Allen got at from- the Gipson Hospital in Rich a good deal of what he wanted to mond, Wednesday at noon states prove in another way. OHIO STATE that Rev. Geo. W. Shepherd been The court also ruled against the operated on at 10:30 o'clock and is society's effort to show the cost of etting on very nicely. tobacco as figured from the standPENITENTIARY The operation, which was for the point of the grower, but upon the removal of a fatty tumor, was per contention of attorneys cf the deformed by Drs. Hugh, Moss and Bert fense, who went elaborately into exWill Be Shown in Motion Pictures Gipson. st e - ,0, E To Have Luncheon Wednesday Night !rj CiubRpojns. :B. P. TEDIOUS DAY jut family. "First," Governor Stubbs continued, "because the imperative need of Young Teamster, Aged Man And Patient in Hospital Are Dead From our country for the next four years Inhalation of Fumes. is a President who believes in. his heart in the policies advocated by Toledo, O., Jan. 9. Three lives Lincoln and who has the courage of have been claimed by escaping gas his convictions. here within 48 hours. R. G. Shel"Second, because Colonel Roose- don, a teamster, 32 years old, was velt more than ,any other man, is re- found dead in bed at his home early for- Sunday. sponsible for the nation-wid- e A partly opened gas jet ward movement in the direction of had allowed the room to fill with gas. a government administered honestly Edward Geroux, 74 years of age. and vigorously, without fear or fa- was found dead sitting before a vor, for rich, poor, high, low, black grate in his room. An open gas jet and white. above his head had allowed the room "Colonel Roosevelt is not only the to become filled with gas. He logical candidate for iPresident at had been dead for more than six this time, but he is the only one who hours. Coroner Henslcr says. is sure to win. He can carry the Louis Dibuno, 22 years old, died Xew England states, New York, Sunday morning at one of the hos Pennsylvania and Ohio, and his ma- pitals from gas poisoning as a rejority throughout the (Middle West sult of becoming unconscious from and Pacific states would be over- gas fumes in his room on Friday whelming. He would not only carry night. the full Republican vote in Kansas if nominated, but he would receive a large share of progressive Democrat "APPEAL TO votes. . "Personally I am very fond of Senator La Follette and regard hint THE PEOPLE" as a great constructionist statesman, but I have not encouraged any movement for him in Kansas. Threatened by William J. Bryan. I am fully convinced that Colonel Lie iir Given,'. to!, r Congressman Roosevelt is the nnlvmatr whrt ran . Mitcheliipkmtef. be defended upon to win.aijd thereby, U ; lie was savo the country froni jfonc ycapf ,af. .hyasbingtoii; Jan. uncertain political experiments which passed in the Deiriocratie''!National iay involve fhe 'yreck and min.(of Committee late Monday and William hose grfafr'national policies asso&aj- - Jennings Bryan made a threat to tcd w'th his name. "appeal to tile people" if overridden "To remove Se"na.tor La Follett.n by the committee in his fight to un this t'me from the progressive lead seal Col. James M. Guffey. the Na ership of the Senate would be to tional Committeeman from Pennsyl take a great factor for good out of vania. This threat coming immediately that body and weaken the common cause in a vital place.'.' after the Bryan-L- a Follettee conference Sunday renewed gessip as to the possibility of the third party. Col. Guffey hurled the charge of UNAWAR E liar at Congressman A. Mitchell Palmer, who is contesting this seat. The the OF SUICIDE latter replied that he had spoken preonly Guffey's age truth and that vented him from making a personal matter of the affair. Of Her Husband, Wife Makes Journey to See Him. Authorities NoLOSES FIGHT tified to Keep Her in Ignorance. gei-or9-- The Washington. Jan. 9. For the first time in the history of the government a labor strike- hffld up the i machinery of Congressional legisla- tion Monday. The Hou.-- e Committee stenographers refused to work be- -j I cause the Accounts Committee reduced their compensation from 2a to 13 cents a folio. The sugar trust investigating committee had to adjoin n until Tuesday. The stenographers "out" are extras employed to help the regnlar salaried committee reporters. The reduction of pay would save about .f3,000. Chairman Lloyd, of the Accounts Committee, said that if the regular reporters interfered they would be dismissed. J Miss Elizabeth Robb, of Niehol-asvill- e, left Tuesday morning, after a visit to Miss Catherine Robb. Miss Florence Ray Evans has re turned to Hamilton College from n visit to her parents here. MARKETS Cincinnati, 8. Cattle- -Jan. steady to stronger at last week closing prices; shippers $67, extra $7.107.25; butcher steers, extra $G.3.i6.."iO, good to choice $o.33 (36.2o, common to fair $4.30(S good to $3; heifers, etxra choice $5.73J, )?55.65, common to fair $3.234.83; cows, extra $3.23, good common! to fair .fl.734.23, canners $1.50 $2.73; bulls, steady to .strong;' bolog- -. - $44.75, fat bulls f$4.753y milch cows steady. Calves Steady, extra'$9t 'feift.to to choice. .4.30(0)3.10, n'n-.- - good $7.308.73, common -- and.ilargo- f4.508. Active and generally 15c higher: selected heavy shippers $G.G06.63, good to choice packers ind butchers .?G.606.63, mixed packers .G.336.60, stags $3.23 $5.23, common to choice heavy fat ows $4.50G, extra $6.10; light Hogs nippers $6.15(36.50, pig3 (110 Iba and less) $3G.10. Sheep Strong, extra $3.653.75, good to choice $3.253.50, common to fair $1.503, stock ewes $3 $3.50, yearlings .$3.504.50. Lambs Active nnd strong, extra $G.406.50, good to choice .$6 $6.50 .good to choice $66.35, common to fair $4.505.75. at The Lyric, With Prof. W. A. Wellman. The Lecture b management of the Lyric Theatre promises one of the greatest sensations, of the year. Wednesday afternoon and night. Prof. W. A. n criminol Wellman, the ogist, will give a complete and forci ble lecture o: the Ohio State Peni with fifty tentiary, slide-.- , embracing the electric chair and electrocutions, the prison demon, cellbouses, escaped prison ers for ,whomewards are offered. holiday celebration, the old gallows, the death c'age. and photos of noted criminals including Mrs Chadwick, and showing theVll from which Gen. John H. Morgan escaped in 18G3, and numerous other features. Thisill be one of the most re majfble exhibitions and lecture.5 ever seen in Winchester giving as it does a complete insight into the inner workings of the most famous prison in the' United States. well-knowillr-trate5von-derful F ORMER HIE E IS INJURED Mr. Richard F. Mastin, Fell on The ice in Mt. Sterling And Sustains Painful Hur Mt. Sterling, Ky..- Jan. 9. While walking on the sidewalk here Mr. Uichard F, Mastin, former Chief f lMHcev fell on the ice and was sSri-- . ru'sly hurt. In jiie'all Mr, Mastin had his left shoulder broken and the Hui'iicnts torn loose and was considerably bruised. He was taken to his hime and a physician summoned and he is resting easy, but will :iol be able to use his shoulder for three months. Owing to his advanced age, 67 years, jMr. Mastin's condition is scrions and he is suffering stop! pain. in th" planation of the diiTcrc::"1 the tobacco bought from the value of Burley Society by the independents, which had been redried. rehandled and otherwise cared for. a discussion was allowed among counsel which lasted until the hour of adjournment, 4:30 o'clock. The ease will be resumed Tuesday with increasing interest and it is be lieved the Burley Society attorneys will be' able to circumvent the many objections made by the attorneys of the plaintiff. ' Monday night Pierson was reportP.'.dncab. Ky., Jan. 9. Unaware ed as being seriously ill as a result that her.husband had killed himself, of his experience. Mrs. James P. Chandler went to her home near here to see him, and then went back to her fathers home in FIRST GUN IN Asheville, X. C, still not knowing of his suicide, her family having teleLQBB BATTLE graphed to the authorities here to keep her in ignorance of his act. It was partly worry over her Is Fired by Representative Sidney G. Clay, of Paris, Who Introduced health which drove her husband to kill himself, but almost in the same Resolution Monday. , hour in which he shot' himself she was discharged from a sanitarium Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 9 Representative Sidney G. Clay, of iParis, fired as cured of the tuberculosis with the first gun in the battle with the which she had been affected. Worried over his wife's health and iobby at this session of the Legislature when he introduced a resolution the threatened loss of sight of his to exclude from the floor of the youngest child, Chandler shot himself in the head. House all persons but members. M feature of the afternoon's session Monday was .the lighly interesting tilt between Judge Alex P. Humphrey, of the Burley side, and Mr. Lawrence Maxwell, the able cor poration lawyer representing Mr. A IKS Eshcbly. Colonel Allen, Mr. Pendleton and Mr. Colston also added to the colloquy at times and the plaintiffs representatives had their hands full meeting the excellent point of lnw so well made by the attorneys from Kentucky. Senatof During the last session the members of the House were disgusted more than once by the lobby at work on the floor of the House urging meinl)ers to vote for bilte in which there was an "interest," even when the .roll was being called. The resolution, which was referred to the Rules Committee, is cer tain to pass. A similar resolution will be introduced in .the Senate, probably by liasftas. 9. William Washington, Jan. Jennings Bryan made his fight in the (National Committee Democratic He made Col. Monday and lost. James M. Guffey, member of tba committee from Pennsylvania, the issue and the committee declined to unseat Colonel Guffey by a vote of 30 to 18. Mr. Bryan at once appealed from the decision of Chairman Mack and was defeated 33 tr. 13. R. E. L. Mountcastle, of Tennessee, was declared entitled to his seat with only one dissenting vote. His. place on the committee had been contested by John J. Vertrecs, who was chief counsel lor former Secretary in Ballinger in the Ballinger-Pinchvestigation. He represented the Patterson organization in his state. ot TOO LATE TO OASSfY THE LYRIC The Tale of Two Cities. A great tory. A great picture. 'Don't m33 it. Our house will be as warm tonight as your own home. If you don't believe it, come and see. Tomorrow afternoon and night another extra attraction. In addition to three reels of pictures, we will have Prof. Wellman in an illustration lecture. Xo advance in price. FOR RENT X part of house on corner of Main and Hickman. Dr. J. C. Vaught. 3t ROY GOLDEN ILL MR. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 9. Roy Cardinal en, the big right-han- d pitcher, is threatened with appendicitis, ne has been laid up for several days at his home in Milford under a doctor's care. Untir this attack struck him, he had been in the best of health, and he hopes . to Goldto-fei- n. J. R. MARTIN HURT LOST A pair of gold glasses case. Return to this office. 3t ry in honse on FOR RENT Two-stoMr. J. R. Martin fell in front of Haggard street with gas and stable Mr. Woolcott's, house of South Main W. P. Azbill. street Saturday night and severely sprained his ankle. It is thought that probably a small LOST Pocketbook containing $33, collar button and shoe, buttoner; bone is fractured. 3Ir. (Martin is not between Winchester and Beckner-vill- e. able to be out, and it will possibly Return to Xews ofcee. be several days until he is'jufficient weather it successfully and shape for the opening, of the; season. ly recovered. -tf '1I1I1Vlv - l. U . ' car iwssrs i -- rr rjr e? r Mm. Seuth Main Street, Kentucky. i&TX .THEWIMCHES1ER NEWS'. - . - ." Spread in Skin 1M-III Winciwster, Daily, Except Smday. "Entered as second-clas- s matter, e NoVember 28, 1908, at the postoffic-'Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Beth Phewes'91. t Eczema, Psoriasis and other skin troubles are caused by myriads of Berms- at work- In- the skin. Unless theso germs are promptly destroyed they rapidly multiply, gnawing yieir way deep into the tissue. Thfs 13 wl.t causes that aWful Itch, ind what seemed, .a .mere 'rash may grow worse and develop Into a loathsome and torturing skin disease with Its years of misery. Don't take any chances! Destroy the Terms at the beginning of the trouble and cleansing wash, iho D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. A 25c bottle will prove this to arou. that-soothin- We have had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but havo never seen such remarkable- - cures as those from p. D. iD. Prescription. Instant relief from the ;,very first application. rj We are so confident thatit). D. D.'' will reaqh- your case that it will cost you nothing If the very first full size claim. bottle 'fails-t- o make' good-eveIf you have skin trouble of any kind we certainly advise you to drop In and Investigate the merits of D. D. IX" anyway. W know that D. D. D. will help you. -ry "' Under order of the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, I am retailing the stock of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt, at absolute cost. Sale beginning n FOR SALE BY STRODE'S DRUG STORE SUBSCRIPTION By Mail. Daily, one year Six Months Ohb Month $3.00 1.50 .25 RATES: EIGHTY MILE TUBERCULOSIS BACK Tra- MULE'S M.' C. GatewoOd, BILL READY Provides Fcr a State Sanatorium With Others If Counties Want Them. Commission Planned. Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING EY THE of Lexington, vels in Effort to Trail Criminal With Bloodhounds. GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL TriC PRINCIPAL CITIES AGED COUPLE FOUND DEAD Dis- Bfttfies Horribly Mutilated, Are covered by Son Who Was Weekly Visit to Parents. On t New York, Jan. 9. Isaac Futter-ma- n, 80 years old, and Lis wife Rachel were found dead in their rooms on the East Side Sunday, their bodies terribly mutilated. The aged couple had been jtortured to death, and the police believe that they were the victims of a religious (maniac. mann-.......- ... - Futterman was - a retired . .. "facturer, who had accumulated a J 'smallforFune, "but always had leave the East Side be settled when he many years ago. nmerfrom i:zeill6us church worker, and ffiy'ded'sjif-f- imping the synagogue in train. a Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 9. The comLexington, Ky., Jan. 9. After having ridden a mnle eighty .anile.' mittee of the State Tuberculosis Asaeros-the mountains with the ther- sociation, appointed to prepare a b.ll d to the Legiclatuie, mometer 'hovering near the zero line, to be and also, with a bloodhound strapped met at the Fiiankfoit Hotel ilieie behind him on the mule, M. C. Gate-wooMonday to give final shape to the The bill provides for a of Lexington, retnrncd Sun- measure. day from Plank, a small town twelve State Commission, a State Sanitamiles from "Manchester, Clay count-- , rium, and gives the counties the right where he went several days ago with to establish local institutions. Capt. V. G. Muillikin's bloodhounds There were present at the meeting to trail incendiaries who had buraeo President Adler and Secretary Ker-- 1 tive buildings in Plank and a barn on ner, of. the State Association, and a nearby faim. He reported that Bernard Flexncr, of Louisville; Mrs. the dog carried the trial to the roadDesha Breckinridge, Dr. George P. side where it was found that a mule Sprague, Thomas Johnson and Dr. had been hitched and from .which Orrin R. Smith, of Lexington; and ' place a man had been seen riding Dr. Keller, of Frankfort. The proabout the time of the fire, and it was posed bill was discussed, section by therefore believed that the incen- section. diary had thus made his escape The main provisions are a State Mr. Gntewood said that ths trip Commission oh Tuberculosis of sevwas one of the most severe he ever en members, to be appointed by the undertook, and that he suffered con- Governor, an enabling act, whereby siderably during the long jjrides the counties shall be allowed to tax across the 'mountains,.. it. .requiring themselves to establish local sanita- seven hours to make the trip on. ,rium.s..'pjid a, !stftte,V)itwnm,,. . A fin.- - flirt mulc-bac- k IMilinrnf inn thp inmmii going .and ejght jjionrs coming back, the- distance being" for I tee together withfjMVis Ljiriu XcvilKt ty miles from London, Laurel foun-ty, : of rJxinuton. tttre! hiiviteajHto :; where Mr. Gatewood.got off the guestL of Dr. Mleij k't an fl)lbora. pic.-cnted, - SATURDAY. axlicfContinuing for 10 days. Every article in the store must be converted into cash at once. The stock consists of Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters and all kinds of furnishing goods. Lewis R. Hampton, Receiver. A. H. Sympson, Manager. GEO. FOX, w ill II! ' Salesman ; Misses ELKIN and REID, Sales Ladles . II mJ - : ' , ( i'jjiS'istnc, which he and his wife Si 6, it; ii i. t V I ti 'The'conphi lived alone. Their three i children dwelt in other parts of the ( city. One of these, Aaron Futterman, superintendent of a bra'ss discovered the bodies on his weekly visit to his parents. The father's body lay on a sofa AND DYSPEPSIA GO and the mother's on a bed. Each was only partially dressed. There were deep gashes across both faces Heartburn, Gas and Indigestion Go and bodies, and the eyes of both Five Minutes After Taking Pape's were terribly mutilated, one of the Diapepsin man's having been torn from ils socket. The man's abdomen was As there is often some one in 'terrribly flashed, (and .there were your family who sr.fTcrs an attack of cuts running lengthwise from head ndigestion or some form of Stomach to foot. A trouble, why don't you keep some Diapepsin iu the house handy? FOR THE HOSPITAL This harmless blessing will digest anything you can cat without the The Kings Dan; aicrs.are pepar- and overcome slightly discomfort, i ing to organize a class of ppils in a sour, gassy Stomach in five minutes cooking to by Mr . Nan- after. nie Johnson, of P.;Ins. Thfe proceeds Teil your pharmacist to let you tfo t lie will be givel) a hos- lun read the formula, plainly printed on J pital in"Winchestef. TAcrc must be cases of Pape's Diaa guarantee of 20nuiil at" $5 each these 1 pepsin, then you will readiiy see why who for the course. Au f neof thedesires it makes Indigestion, Sour Stomach, class to Decome a .mem ufr in should notify Mrs. C. IL Rces before Heartburn and other distress go five minutes and relieves at once such January 15. miseries as Belching of Gas, Eructations of sour undigested food, Nausea, Headaches, Dizziness, Constipation and other Stomach disorders. FAMILY Some folks have tried so long to fin3 relief from Indigestion and Dystomach spepsia or an R DRESSING cures with the common, every-da- y advertised that they have about made Benefits The Hair of Men, "Women up their minds that they have someAnd Children. thing else wrong, or believe theirs is a case of Nervousness, Gastritis, CaGet a bottle of delightful, refreshtarrh of the Stomach or Cancer. ing PARISLVX SAGE madam, and This, no doubt, is a serious mishave everybody in the house use it take. Your real trouble is, what yoii regularly. It's fine for children as does not digest; instead, it ferwell as grown ups and Phillips Drug eat ments arid sours, turns to acid, Gas Store guarantees PARISIAN SAGE to drrvc away dandruff and stop the and Stomach poison, which putrefy lin?r frrtm fnlllno nut Tt is n linmtir iu the digestive tract arid intestines V besides, pbisou the breath with fier as well as a scalp cleaner. I in- A' heart appetite, with" thorough' tend to keep it in the housej I know it helped iny head." Hannah Hark- - digestion, and without "the slightest iliscomfdrt'or misery of the Storiiach nessMafshalltown, Town. ( for-- , you as soon as you I is waitwig 50-ce- nt 2t er -- " shonVlIae""chVie'"of't1ie fiiTT aiitli PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER steriograpjiic worK&tt lihat ! SJii I KtiHfe'B Hhttrilff Va MMffiSsJi'eft fl AH kinds of reasonable prices. Miss jAlice Moss1; at MofTctt & Spencer's office in Fra Twelve $5.00 Skate Books will be ternity Building given to the Young Ladies at the Auditorium Skating Rink Tonight. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will, pay you the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs., J. W. HISEL i Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- lunchpon atitiie'E'rrfnkfUullt.tel. It was decided that Mi-- . Flexncr I j mtmminrM!j;;THJs?. 11 jumimiMirummiHitMHrt 1 j"iuim.t!iimiiifJHniLt irun.iu m' .wniuiiiim.v.umuiumiiumuwmiiYt I ifoEIIOyiffl! THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE is ils fatal tendency to pneumonia. To cure your la giippe coughs take Foley's Honey ani Tar Compound. R. E.. 'Fisher, Washington, Kas., says: "I was troubled with a severe attack of la grippe and nothing I ' used did me any good and I was A threatened . with pneumonia. friend, advised me to use Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and I got some at once. I was relieved from the very first. By the time I had taken three battles my la grippe was gone. I believe Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to be the best medicine I ever used and always keep a bottle with me." For Sale by All Druggists. DESIRABLE PROPERTY On account of Mr. W. A. Curry retiring from the Curry Dry Goods Company to go West, I will dispjse of my property on South .Main street at a bargain if sold at once. Consists of eight room dwelling, modern and convenient,, stable" large and roomj', lot COxlSO, fruit trees 3t 99 Emergency The Over shoes for horses, can be buckled on four feet in four minutes and will positively prevent slipping on ice, snow or frozen ground. No special shoeing is necessarjr. Your horse will allways be resdy for use, regardless of weather. Now in its fourth season and a proven success whereever introduced. "1 "1 r MISS KATE KEYES. FURS! FURS!! fURSM! Cash Will pay you the Highest E No. 7 East Prices for your Furs. J. W HISEL Bridge Junk Shop,? No. 23'N6rth Maple st: East.TeBncssee Phone 215., HdttV? "SOLE AGENT" tOWRY & 4 T Broadway WINCHESTER, K1 m i SUBSCRIBE U IT. 1 9 K r Pay Three Was given to Miss Genevieve Conway. - ber, we were glad to give it to her. OUR GREAT GIFT She had the correct num- - It was the greatest and most successful Drice of advertising we ever did, we think the public (appreciated it and was glad to in k. ic is over now ana we are ready lor your, repair ARTIS & CO : SarsaparHa. Talk with your doctor about Ayer's Ask" him if he prescv.-- s it for pale, delicate children. Ask him if he recommends it when the blood is thin and impure, and 5 when the nerves are weak and unsteady. Ask him if it aids J.CTMfVl m building up the general nealtn i non-alcohol- ic Ask Vosjsr Ooctor i- 'A GIRL Or THE MOUiiTAiNS" IF If. JEWELER CH.BOWEN OC OPTICIAN IETY IN! Biquesi ill. 1.- - For Your Spring Sewing ! Linens, I t r ling, is visiting Mrs. II. M. Eubank. Mr. and Mrx. Ward Bush and A delightful meeting of Hart s daughter, Cynthia, are visiting Mrs. Chapter, 1). A. held with Mrs. It. MeKee Scohee Friday after- Jane JIuls, near Hedges. noon at her elegant !ionie on South - Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ltobinsou are Highland .street. A paper by Mrs. moving from Beeknerville to the Mt. Ji:Jm Graham Johns on the "Xew Sterling pike, this city. Englnnd State's"' was splendidly preMiss Ida Feld came from Danville pared, and thoroughly enjoyed. Mi Saturday to frpend Sunday with her Lfary Belle Field Miller handled the parents, Mr. and Mrs.v A.. Feld. "''American Monthly Magazine" in a Mr. and Mrs. Bay Crump are hapcharming way. apprii-in- g tho mempy over the a nival of a new girl at bers through this D. A. It. organ of their home on the Mt. Sterling pike. the manv achievements of the splen-di- d Messrs. Lueien Beekner, of this organization. city, and William Epperson, of Ford, A delicious luncheon was served attended the State Agricultural by the hostess assisted by her lovely meeting at Lexington, the past week. little daughter, Martha iMeKee. The Mr. C. B. Thomas, "Tommy," of meeting then adjourned until JanuWinchester, has arrived and will be ary 20, when Mrs. Charles Xelsor. prescription clerk at C. E. Butler will be the hostess. Co.'s new drug store. Carlisle MerD. A. R. Meeting It.,-wa- Fhxons : Ginghams, Crash Suitings? Voiles, . Kiinipped with a new version, new scenery, new electrical effects, new and clever artists, O. h. Wees soci-- j cty drama, "A Girl of The 3Ioi:n-tain- v' comes to the Winchester T!ie- t re on Thursday, January 31. It doesn't take much power of deduc tion to iigure out tlwt if it costs sev of dollars io produce eral thoiij-andan ordinary comedy, it must co- -t a niall fortune to launch a society drama like '"'A (iirl of The lonn- tains." Its all extraordinary scen a'ld ery, electrical effects, s cs lub!ic what - good and bad in world. Head the spiendid s which have been written about this great society drain.i. Its all true, every word of it. "A Girl of The Mountains" is a clever stmy of love and adventure and !he stage sct'ings arc laid partly in Xe.v Yurfc of the City onl li.irily in the Sifkivon Moantains. x. has been engage.?, : v.'.', ly I'Han t'nit "ainty actress Jlz .:: ei and a host of oiher .rt v.-s- y 75-hwci'-ku..v- l artist-- ; SEE cast. Embroidered Lawns. It is the object of the pres eountn- - to tell the ther.t.v-gain- o' g you can get your photo taken at the Karp's Studio this week at greatly reduced prices. 1 6 They Are All New, VRftM MM S3 vx ar .-u- cury. Mr. Spencer Pinnell is attending Rerea College this seion. "Miss Amelia VanMeter Jia retnrn-- ' ed from a vi.--it to Mt. Sterling. MissiMattie MeCulluin is convalescent from a recent 'illhep?J.j ' !.''.' Mr. and Mrs.' J.' E. '.Qj-iiliave returned from a viit to Mt. Ster- I Fresh, Dainty, 1 v m Mr. Mark Donovan was called to Maysville Monday by a telegram announcing the death of his uncle, Mr. John Bannon, woh had been a resi-'dei- it of Mason county for manv Right"!, t 1 i!!iuttMUl ji,;is'5.,-.'.ijMiss vi-it- ed ' Mr. George Kolilhass was in i.oin.ii.pUini Jast. week fln Jjusjjie.s.s. 3Iiss Ella O. Trimble, of Mt. Lex- Ster-- . MisseVvinifred and Sell BrophV entertained on Thursday evening in honoriif thta'rfjiuest; (Miss; : Sarah Lanter, of Winchester. There were fi?HelU?ift tf fife oresent and the charming hostesses 1 if- - liii'iiiUMin . 4' veArsfwii Jackson Times. d, ..refreshments. ARTIS & CO ! ' " SUPERIOR CEMENT The Right Cement for Concrete is Superior Eadure. 1 i Celebrated in the Middle Weit cc the Sncst ground and lowest in magneiia 1c s than I per cent. This means dense, durable concrete that yill neycr crumble. It's a trus Pcitlsnd ccn:er.t that ivHl last for1 fge3. Ask for our Free Superior Literature, which gives proportions for mixing concrete, etc insiii on Superior. Union Trust BuPdnrr. Cincinnati, C. Justus CoUioJ, Prcuddnt. ! t '51 Final Clean Up SALE! We have done a wonderful business for the time being, we must make room for our "Spring Garments." (We offer seasonable garments of latest styles, newest materials and best workmanship, garments that come from the best Cloak makers in America. We offer for "WEDNESDAY" and until they are gone Choice of any Suit in the stere, in new mixtures, serges, broadcloth and chiviots, lined with "Skinners" guaranteed Satin.- - Values up to $25.00 do the work. J. ff, Shchiut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills with great satisfaction and found more relief from their use tha nfrom any other kidney medicine, and I've tried almost all kinds. I can cheerfully recommend Ihem to all sufferers for kidJlondav on business. ney and bladder trouble." Foley Twelve $5.00 Skate Books will be Kidney Pills will cure any case of given to the Young Ladies at the kidney or bladder tronble not beyond the reach of medicine. No. Auditorium Skating Rink Tonight. medicine can do more. iFor Sale by Alt Druggists. Bui-ghcr- ! they-alway- 3Iorgan iMcKiniiey, of Winchester, is in the city of business. Henry Hunter, of Winchester, sjjent sMon-tia- y with J. H. . i .Ket'l and Alrs. Robert X. Bush, of Winchester, spent Friday with Dr. and Mrs. W. MYs. G. W. Porter, of C. Martin Winchester, visited Mrs. J. II. Burgher, Tuesday: Clay City Times. M J. 1?. Lctton was in Carlisle FOLEY IIDNEY PIL1S give GET YOUR MONEY i BACK always s satisfaction J beertus1?, llie Superior Portland Cement 'Co. - v if This Medicine Does Net Satisfactorily Benefit You. ' J j Practising physicians making a specialty of stomach troubles arc really responisblc fo rthc formula from which Kcxall Dyspepsia Tablets are made. We have simply profiled by the experience of experts. Our experience with Kcxall Dyspepsia Tablets leads us to believe them .to be an excellent remedy foi I he relief of acute indigestion and chronic dispep-iia- . Their ingredients arc soothing and healing to the inllamcd membranes of the stomach. They arc rich in pep-i- n, one of the greatest digestive aids known to medicine. The relief they afford i almost immediate. Their use with persistency and regularity for a short time helps to bring about cessation of the pains caused by stomach disorders. NOW IS THE TIME; rough shod. Mr. R. N. Mansfield has charge of our horseshoeing department. T. STROTHER SCOTT to have your horses.I M MANGA L Lexington Ave. $6.00 Coats in black broadcloth, lined all ' through with Skinner Satin 54 inches long. Values $25.00 $10.00 Skirts in all black serge panama in latest models. Value $8.00, $2.98 Shirt Waists in all white, with lace collar cuffs attached. Value $1.25 and 59a WINCHESTER CLOAK ft? ' & SUIT Manager. CO. Inc. ' A. M. DOMB, Elks Building Main Street' Pk.t Both Phones 364. WINCHESTML . .. tea vaaa(?ii'" iCt ml 111., Charles Duham, Lovington, has succeeded in finding a .positive INDIANAPOLIS cure for bed'wetting "My little boy wet the bed every night clear thro" on the iloor. I tried several kinds Under Heavy Guard He is Taken Into of kidney medicine and I was in the City Before Daylight And Lodged drug store looking for something difin Cell Room. ferent to help him when I heard of Foley's Kidney Pills. After he hac Indianapolis. Jan. 9. Ortio Kexall Dyspepsia Tablets aid to taken them two days we could see r. who is to be the principal change and when he had taken two insure healthy appetite, aid digeswitness in the Federal grand jury in- thirds of a bottel he was cured. That tion, and promote nutrition. As evvestigation of the nlcged dynamitis about six weeks ago and he ha"s idence of oursiueere faith in Kexall ing plot, ended his secret journey not wet in bed since.' Dyspepsia Tablets, we ask yon to from Los Angeles Monday. Under ry them at our risk. If they do not Tor Sale by All Druggists. heavy guard he was brought intt live you entire satisfaction, we will city before daylight and lodged ii Signing With a Cress; eturn you' the money you paid us Persons who cannot write theli a cell room in the government build- 'or them, without question or names are required to use as a substi They come in three sizes, tute the sign of s (X). Anciently kings and nobles used the prices 2o cents, 50 cents, and $1.00. same sign, but not tgnorantly. It was LOCAL BAR TO MEET yxm can obtain them only could not wcite as Remember, Theie will be a meeting of the used by those well as by those who coulr not sym- at our store The IJexall Store. Winchester bar on Wednesday mornbol that the person making it pledged PhiUips-DruStore 56-- S. Main ing at 10 o'clock at the Court House. himself by bis Christian faith to the All members are urged to be present. truth of the matter to which he affixed tho cross. Hence, although people Twe!vet$5.e0-'Skit- e Books will be now writo or subscribe their names, given to-tYoung Ladies at the they an still said to sign. Auditorium SKATING RINK. AUDITORIUM Tempting Offer. An English Journal contained the FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Matinee every day from 2 to 5. 1 following- announcement: "To be sold. Will pay you the Highest Cash Admission 10c, Skates free. , 130 lawsuits, the property of an atPrices for your Furs.. torney retiring from business. N. B. Night7to 10. Admission 10c, Skates 15c The clients are rich and obstinate." J. W: TnSEL , . Life. Bridge Junk Shop. Particular attention to Ladies. No. 23 North Maple st Beginners taught free from 10 Justifies tyurscry Rhym.'; to'12 A. M. booi QHuareH ui iUernHiH are East Tennessee PhoBe .215, Home without the use of wa- 586. for-maliit- y. the-cros-t. htr SkJrtmg-Rinle-Tonight. - DO YOU NEED A HAT? We want to close out our Fall Hats and of- fer the 53;50 and S4gra'des,now:for t 21 A ed The man tops it all with a classy-StetSOwell-dress- Hat for headpositively new and everj7 Hat good styles. Bloomfield & Ratliff j Praat D..aiOOB,,Mr,.,,, ymm does-- - SB? o!4r ftoae ll-18-4- cure , JustlncatloHr, UU IUVAA SHOEIJilli'ill 1 STORE THE LEADING 'V-- f u T ili 1 III IT I ITT n II Tllillil 'i mill ii mi j, . THE' WINCHESTER NEWS ' -- r,-; -r VALUABLE . j at Do 'Pennies Will THE Wonders AT Curry Dry Goods Co.'s SALE BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10TH, AT 9 A. M Below we quote a few of the many half hour specials that we will put on sale beginning Wednesday morning, January 10th. From 9 to 9:30 A. M. X1A yll Hope Cotton at h 10 yards to a customer. From lO to 10:30 A. M. 9 it , Good Quality Apron Gingham at 10 yards to a customer. From 11 to 11:30 A. M. Q axrh 01 Cdlll 10c Huck Towels, size 18x34 at 4 to a customer. From 1:30 to 2 P. M. fl r0 va 9-- 4 left JfU Bleached Pepperell Sheeting worth 25c 5 yards to a customer. From 2:30 to 3 P. M. itH Linen Cash Toweling at 10c 2 JfU 10 yards to a customer. Other Specials will be announced during each day of sale. 36-inc- (USSFB HUM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ARE Burglars STOLEN le a wtrt ftr a alaita le a wtri far tana MMMKttVI Another Special For To-morro- ft Ia &2' j" Enter Store of M. Lowen-tha- l, YiC a wmI far aaaa Mrttefl. The Lexington Furrier, And IQi a wwf par anata. Get Away With Goods. Scattered hHtrtftaa, la par vari pal tastrtfaa. Lexington, Jan'. !). Ikihl burgNatMaf latartai far hat Ikaa tar lars Saturday night between Mfc NatMnf ekaraai M aaaai ami Sunday moruinj: broke infar its tkaa IS twits. to tfie establishment of 51. .' fhe 3rnin" street furrier, ever Hirseh & JSreebel's' clothing: store, TRACY AND STOKELY and carried off over .foOO worth of fine furs. FOR RENT Entrance was effected by prying open tiie double panel front door fli cc or s.ra:Jl stow rooai n Main with a crow bar and chisel, after st'VFi, best location ji the city. which the thieves had easy- access to P. ice right. the stock of valuable furs ranged in Office in McEIdowney Building cases around the room. mid-niiglit Lovren-tlial- " - BOTH PHONES w. FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM- FOR .1 ciil-U(- SALE POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE" Mr. Schlitz mends pound, ease. I have typewriter A No. 4 Underwood in perfect .condition; t : ..e Jiiniuiu uii rj. C: Hardigv'. '. From 10 to 12 noon. m. 9lj $16.50 Ladies Suits of Serges, Cheviots and Diagonals some are satin lined. Sale Price $3.98 25c Pillow Cases ' $1.50 Ladies' Shirt Waists SalefC ErlceUV .y.Sale iq?V;. ,'. V .Price su Corsets Worth up to $5.00 ...,Sale no 10c Val Laces ' None of these Suits will be sold to dealers. ji,iiit;i!0!ii;niji,NiK-Ll George Dmg Store. Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recomI have a few jrcod .buyers for Foley's Honey and Tar Combecause it cures in every farms. Tho-- e actually wanting to "I have used it myself and ell farms, call up C. E. Smith, nome recommended it to many oth- phone, 47C. ers who 'have since ttold me of its (great curattive power in disease' 'nf FOR RENT Sirty acres of No. 1 corn groun d; cloVcc sod. AhWSZ the throat and lungs." Foley's Hon and 10 acres in grass.' ey and Tar Compound is a reliable Croxton, Home phone S13A. family medicine. Give it to your children, and take it yourself when you feel a cold coming on. It check' dwelling FOR RENT Store-hous- e, and cures coughs, colds ar.d croup of six rooms: pair stock scales, and prevents ibronchitis and pneumoFive miles from Winchester on nia. Re fuse substitutes. good pike. Apply to Bobbins at For Sale by Ail Druggists. this office. Jas. McCaffery, Mgr. of the , 'j'lr. -tf Price Qt '"'Sale ,'"9'd' . NOTICE h: jPtVcefm FOR SALE 100 estra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockreR i ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE ... vir a nc i Jev&oyr bull, Billy, ,G.ootilop,J lervfe 'cows at' $2.00,5 niney duej Hine, phone 813-- '1-3- -tf tinic-pf'servi- p, , i i .. ''. FOR RENT Flat,' four rooms,- - lons-hal- l and bath. Lexington avenue.' l:4-lwk Blqomfield and Ratliff. r IIP ar HELD um Riflf Ml nr. t.D.Gor? O.ITCH 6 rV 'RENT sfrecf. 0'. avenue, HOUS'E A M." eot'tae'bn CalIort-aTR y Manii; llome phouc 312-Ultr- 50. te Wiricliciistcr, Clark County National BANfc EitabH- had - ''FOR RENT-S- ix room with gas. and water. Apply to V. H. Sympson, corner ' Maple ':fml J 'lL'-2tHickman streets. ' -- " FOR SALE- - Household Apply to emus'... furn-itnrc- . Kentucky. w NEWS BRIEFS , j Ira Tanner, CO Winn'h'v- -. 12-27- -1 X8S Accounts ot Merchants, Farmers and ColiecUoK Traders Solicited oa All FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, th best on the market ; yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. Company. struction 11-28- -tf ' suit was filed at Macon, Ga., in tbe Federal Court for the Eastern clivision of the Southern ot Georgia to dissolve the American Naval Stores Company and it subsidiary corporations which has its principal offices in Savanah. The 'officers of this concern already have A. di-tr- ict been indicted. Governor McCreary sent to the Senate for confirmation the name? of Dr Isaac A Shirley, of Winchester; Dr. W. W. Richmond, of Clinton. and Dr. George T. Fuller, of May- - the iulluence of the Prison Commislieia, appointed niemuers oi uie aiaie sion is now constituted, is a thing of iloard.of Health. history. At the last session of the Legislature the inlluence was Attorney General James Garnclt. At this session the Prisof Frankfort, narrowly escaped on Commission was defeated in the death Sunday. He caught the C. & first round, and its dissolution is reO. tiaiu at Midway coming to Frankgarded only as a matter of a few fort, but the vestibule was closed on weeks. During the last session the him and he had to cling to the side Prison Commission was endoried not of the train until he attracted the at- only by the Democrats, but by the tention of a porter, who opened the Republicans also, and at this session door to let him in. The train had the commission has neither influence gone a considerable distance before with the majority of the Democrats he was noticed. nor with the Republicans. Society, who were to speak in Carlisle Monday iiu.the interest of the ten-yepool canceled their engagements on account of the litigation which is now pending in the Federal Courtat Cincinnati. While performing a marriage ceremony, the lace on the surplice worn by Father Spigaidi at St. Charle-- . church, in St. Louis, became ignited from aii overturned candle. It was all over in a few seconds, ami when a whole surplice was substituted for Richard (Cavill, instructor in the burned one, the ceremony was swimming for the Pittsburg, (Pa.). continued. Athletic Association has been dismissed on complaint of Death of Infant ' t ,TIe three months baby of Mr ladies' who declared, iic. several stout gave lii whole attention to the more Morns Esteppe died Monday i: North Park. The bedy was buried fascinating members. in the county. suni-mrvrly - Wada Points. Insure iii STROTHER'S Cepital nnd Surplus $350,000.00 OLD RELIABLE REAL ESTATE AGENCY FIRE INSURANCE AMD THIS WAY FORI Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresn Oysters. Your patronage solicited. Pfflca Fratsrnlty Bide., Pbm 189 DRINK MomKola w. Tk. "MORE THAN WET" - Thomas A. Edison, famous invenFURS! FURS!!! FURS!! tor, forgot and left- a taxi standing Highest CaM' Will pay you the One week of this session of the President Clarence LeHus and A. six hours at a bank. He settled the Prices for yonr Purs.. Legislature is sufficient to see that L. Ferguson, of the Burley Tobacco bili in full. ' J. W. HISEL Shop. Bridge Junk No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215,'Homt Phone .596 . Terms Cash H. L. Host rnoas I m. 0lBc Houn ' GILBERT & CO. DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. rifth fleor JKEM0WM7 MMtaf. WINCHESTER. KY. Q WINCHESTER Romantic THEATRE ll-18-4- Home Phone 37 at I THURSDAY, JANUARY Drama O. E. WEE, Offers The Thrilling 11th. 5 g r KILLS MOTHER HIMSELF Attacks Knife. 1 REAL ESTATE. A GIRL A OF THE OUNTAINS IN 4 ACTS DRUG STORE. STAB Seventeen-Yflar-Ol- Bey Parent With a Butcher Believed to Be Insane. d Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or rent. A' specialty of Lot snips W. W Lexington Laundry Cempany can save you. express m Dry Cleaning which is our speciality. Rl SID ELKIN, Q 1 Q o... Guaranteed Attraction of Merit, Comedy, Pathos, Emotion. ' Seats Now Selling At STRODE'S I 8 PRICES-- s 25c, 35c, 50c. it 5 Milford, Mass., Jan. 0 Claience L. Racine. 17 years old. killed hi? mother, Mrs. Louis Racine, with a butcher knife, set fire' to the house and then fatally stabbed himself. The blaze was extinguished by firemen with little loss. The boy is believed to have been temporarily BLQOMFIELD S RATLIFF Auditorium Bldg. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Att9rneys-at-Law O..""".00"".'".OJ. M. STEVENSON AttMney-ai-Law Bring Your Furs, Hiies And All Kinds of Metal ts CHAS. ZIGMAN Junk shop at Wainscfltt Court, North Main street, and let the Highest Cash Prices. o. 0. '0 - J ! 5th Floor McEIdowney Building ( WiMdester, Ky. S9 S . H3I11 Sti WiAskftfttTj Ky. - 6. ftp. t 211 r -- 1 J