You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 10, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912011001_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 10, 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. 69. rwxw 1.1 WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1912. IN Hi TOBACCO SALES mt . mm f ws i Com- 1 WEATHER "1 Fair Wednesday NtflM Mi ThqrSfey "SI 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK 4 WINCHESTER TOBACCO SALES Resolutions Adopted The directors of the Commercial Club, at their meeting Wednesday moining, passed the following reso- NEWS BRIEFS In the course of eight or nine days, five bundled regular infantrymen will SENTENCED TO ELECTROCUTION MAN KILLED BY A FALL John Kenney Dies Ahmst Instantly As Result of Falling Frem Wagon. r Too much praise and commendation cau not be given to officers, managers ami stockholder cf the Planters'- - Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company for the superb grit and determination which they have displayed in their efforts to give to Winchester tobacco sales. These people, in the face of many obstacles, have overcome mountains of difficulties, and have demonstrated to the fanners of this and surrounding counties, and to the buyers of tobacco, that they not only can give, but have now given to the state of Kentucky a new tobacco market, where can be sold and purchased the best tobacco to be found in this state. At the sales held .Tuesday, over 200,000 pounds of tobacco were sold, and every seller was more than satisfied with the price obtained no better result than this could have been asked. lutions: "The Directors of the Commercial Club of Winchester, on behalf of its members, hereby extends to the owners of the Planters' Loose Leaf ToCompany, bacco Warehouse its appreciation of their thanks for, and effort and determination to give to Winchester a loose leaf tobacco sale. and which have now been crowned with such .splendid success, and we hereby pledge to them our best ef forts, in whatever manner they may wish, to assist them in making Win chester one of the best looseleaf markets in the state. "We commend this market to all sellers and buyers and especially urge all growers m tins county to send tiieir tobacco to Winchester to be sold, and for them to do all in" their power to have the growers in the surrounding counties do like wise. ngclo Tondazza, an Italian la ARE GOOD borer, about 32 years, of age, of Chicago, died at 7 o'clock Monday night at St. Joseph's Hospital, LexAt The Planters' Loose Leaf Ware- ington, .of injuries received Monday from an explosion of dvna- house. Prices Ranging From 2 to mitc on Kio works of the Lexington 40 cents. Sales Will Be Resum & Eastern extension at Bush Branch, j Breathitt county. ed Thursday at 10 A. M. There were about 300,000 pounds jM be disembarked port (of o. at the little Chinese of tobacco sold at the Planters Loose- - The owners of this waiehouse, most of whom are farmers and have erected in Winchester, one of the 'best equipped, modern, steel constructed loose leaf tobacco warehouse in the state, with a sales floor of about 23,000 WOODMEN square feet. The building has a concrete floor in the basement for storing at least 1,000 hogsheads, with a concrete floor of about square 15,000 feet under the sales floor for the packing of green tobacco. This floor is on the level with the railroad car floor of their private siding, making the loading of tobacco most eay of accomplishment. They also have a hydraulic pre.-- -; that will prize at least 100 hogsheads a day, and two other power presses that will prize 50 hogsheads a day. and their redrying plant and entire establishment is most complete in every detail This entcrprje required-- ' money and brains, to produce, salesj which,,W(?re ma'dciXueA-.-daclearlsh.ow ,tha.t the people df this and .sjirrquuding ".counties,- appreciated tjic effort of these people approved qf ,Ith,e,pnterprif.ey and arc willing those who are willing to jnake investments which' are for farmers? ultimate good. The citizens of Winchester and Clark county can not do too much for these men who have put tlieii money into this interprise and have done so much for our community. To have these tobacco sales in "Winchester will mean a great amount of money invested here with our own merchants, which otherwise would go to Lexington or other markets j The tobacco is hauled here and a? soon as the sale is made, the sclle: is paid by, the warehouse company.. and his money deposited with out banks, and if there is anything to be purchas"- - for. the farm or home, it will natui. Jly be. bought from the merchants in this city where the grower receives his money, and this the merchant reaps this benefit. If the tobacco was sold in Lexington, naturally the grower, if he had any purchases to make, would make then: . y, - 0FJO0RLD Held Public Installation. Col. J. H. Brewer, of Louisville, Delivers Ad- dress. Col. J. II. Brewer, of Louisville. State Manager for the W. O. W., de- ivered au address on ''Insurance and Fratentil Operation" Tuesday night in the Court House, after which the officers of Winchester Camp Xo. 82 were installed in public as follows: W. E. Singleton, C C. J. Ragland, Adv. F. C. Singleton, Banker. J. O'. PiersalL lerk. Of R. L. Broltkshirc, Watchman. J.. X. W'iWon, Sentry. IX uAf. Tanner, "J. XV Wilson and I, ilfceiVvEj! . It The camp will meet regularly every Tuesday Slight and at next .meeting elected and in- the Physicians will-bt'alicd. The W. 0. W. has in 22 years be come one of the richest, strongest ind most popular Benefit Orders and enjoys the title of the Giant of "the More than forty 0th Century. thousand good men have joined the order in Kentucky since entering the tato fourteen years ago. movement is on foot to hold a District Degree Meeting in Winchester during 1012, which would fill the town with people. On October 23. 1910. a class of "7,840 candidates drawn from Ohio, West Virginia, In diana, Missouri, Tennesso and Ken tucky was introduced in the Jeffer- on county armory, being brought special W. O. W. there by forty-si- x Louisville the big- trains, giving to Jest day in her history and being the largest class introduction in the his Leaf Tobacco Warehouse on Tuesday There were about f.even or eizht firms represented and biddinsr was hong and rocd prices prevailed throughout the day. The R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company represented by Evans and Blakcmore were the largest buyers for the day The quality was not" extra good, most of The Kentucky State Federation of the tobacco being dark. The follow- Labor assembled in annual convening are soaie of the sales: Xum-erotion at Frankfort Tuesday. B. F. McCormick, of Estill county, crafts and occupations were a crop of red tobacco, averaging 11 represented and plans were laid for cents.; 2 improving the present statutes regJohn Stofer, of Montgomery comi- ulating the conditions in .factories ty, 7 baskets of fair colory tobacco and workshops in Kentucky. Specfrom 13 to 10 f-- 2 cents, also 5 bas- ial attention will be directed toward kets of red tobacco and low grades the passage of a bill to limit the at from 7 4 to 9 4 cents. hours of employment for women and Renick & Osborne, of Clark coun- the improvement of sanitary condity, a crop of colory tobacco at from tions where they are employed. 12 4 to 14 4 cents. Chas. Rnpard, Clark county, a Dr. II. W. Wiley, government food crop of red tobacco at from 10 to 14 expert, admits that he. is getting ents. because fof the fact Richard X. Baber a crop of red to- that his opinions have' been so much bacco averaging 10 cents. lambasted. W. M. Martin, Clark county, C hogsheads pf medium colory tobacThe annual meting of the Kenco at from 11 to 13 cents; also some tucky State Fire Prevention Assogiven and nondecsript at from $4.90 ciation ,a body made up of the spec to $8.30 ial agents of fire insurance compa Rainey & Hefllin, of Clark county, nies doing business in Kentucky, -' 3 baskets of medium colon- - tobacco being held at the SeeTuach Hotel in at from. $12.75 to $10.25. Louisville. About fifty i From the grade of tobacco that agents from various jfarts of the was offered Tuesday and. the. pi ice.--. tate aie present. received,' fancy tobacco would-brimjlif opening his report President . ,ii .III i. ill , - Tim .a t ... vi SiWnrds ;stated that the annual loss i,iii.t' Li Will 'i tin 6uid. .The, first sale at R. A. t Sfeobeo'tby 'fire in the United States approx- Loose Leaf, Tobacco. Warehouse will i imated $250,000,000. The loss in take place Tjnirsfh.yf morning at 10 Kentucky in 1910 was $4,194,000.. ,o;cioeic. Air,' facouo .says mere arc lie estimated the loss in 1911, the indications of .a satisfactorysalc. year that has just ended 'at $5,871,- In the afternoon there will bo a of 40 per cent. sale at the Plantc '.' ' Loose' Leaf Warehouse on Winn avenue and Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 10. Senator they are also expe ting encouraging Claude M. Thomas, of Paris, "startales and will have about 100,000 ed something" in the Senate Tuesday pounds on the maikct. when he spoke on Senate Rule 10, us 1-3-3-thin-skinne- d, i. - Owingsville, Ky.,; Jan. 10. Mrs. Mary L. Lacy, 82 years old, died at the home of her son, J. J. Lacy, Mou-daafter a long illness. She was the widow of Judge B. D. Lacy, and was a pensioner on account of the services of her husband in the war with Mexico. She leaves two chili dren, J. J. Lacy, cashier of the Mr. C. A. Bell, an employe of one Farmers Bank here, and Mrs. Bessie of the contractors on the construc- De Graffensied, of the State of tion of the Lexington & Eastern ex- Washington. tension work above Jackson, who received a fracture of his skull by Cynthiana, Ky., Jan. 10. The first falling rock iii n tunnel on the works, loose leaf sales ot, tobacco were held Thursday, died at Good Samaritan here Tuesday at the Burley Tobacco HospitaUin Lexington Tuesday night Company's Loose Leaf Warehouse, at 11:45 o'clock. which has just opened here. y, Young Richesnn Must Pay Extreme Penalty Unless Sentence is muted by Governcr. FeMtr Pairs, Ky., Jan. 10. As a result of injuries sustained by a fall from Boston, Jan. 10. A plea of guilty of murder in the first degree was wagon load of fodder which he was made by the Rev. Clarence V. T. driving, John Kenney. aged about 45 'years, died almost instantly Mmidnv Richesou in the Superior Court Tuesday and he was sentenced by 'afternoon, near Little Rock, this Judge Sanderson to death by electro- county The accident occurred about 1 cution some time .during the week of o'clock Monday afternoon when May 19, 1912. It is understood that a petition Kenney, in company with his brother, may be made to Gov. Foss and the James C. Kenney, were hauling fod- executive council of the State to Jder with which to feed some cattle. I commute the death sentence to im- The wagon was heavily loaded with I four Or five shock f feuWar nnJ in prisonment for life. passing through a gate his brother left the wagon to close the outlet. In ANOTHER OPERA looking up he noticed the horses without a driver and observed his E brother lying on the ground. Rushing to his side he found him in an unconcsious condition anil For Lexington, All Necessary Funds made an effort to ascertain the extent of his injuries and to restore Being Virtually in Sight. To Be consciousness. However, the injurErected This Year. ed man lived but about five minutes. The road througu the pasture at Lexington, Ky.. Jan. 10. Lexingthe point where the accident ocqur-rt- d ton is assured another opera house is said to be very rough and this upon property belongings to Mr. condition is attributed as the cause James B. Haggin in the block on of Kenney losing his balance and East Main street .opposite the Phoe- falling from the wagon, striking on. nix Hotel, with its main entrance his head, the force of the fall where the Heintz jewelry-- store is a concussion of the brain, now located, an 'entrance from Limedeath resulting almost instantly. stone street through wihat is now the Majestic bowling alley, and a stage MARKETS entrance on Short street opposite the county jail. prq-ducing and 100,000 pounds of the weed were disposed of at satisfactory prices to both the growers and buyers. A number of the best types sold around $10, the highest being $10.75. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 10. 35 (Mr. John L. Hambrick, years old, of 210 West Maxwell stret, a butcher at the City Market House, died at St. Joseph's Hospital at an early morning, as a result of a fractured skull, received in an accidental fall upon the ice late Monday, at the comer of South Limestone and Water streets. hour Tuesday BIG SALE IS ON A large crowd was present Wednesday morning for the opening of the big sale of the Curry Dry Goods" Company. The reputation of this store is so well known that the announcement of the big sale created a great deal of interest, and the buildTURNED ing was crowded all day Wednesday. JOKE OUT AT AIL NO JOKE Cincinnati, Jan. 9. Cattle Slow and weak and 10c lower; shippers $6 7; extra $7.107.25; batcher " steers, extra $6.35.50, good to' nu choice t $5.356.25, common to' heifers,- fair1'5 E STORY Five Men Tie Dynamite $4.505; extra- - $!:75(nC, BUILDING Of Tail, And Are to Dog's good to choice $55.05, common' 'to fair $3.254.S5; cows, extra $5.25, Themselves Almost Fatally Stunned. Xewark, 0., Jan. 10. iSix men Were badly stunned Monday at the plant of Lynn Wilson, six miles east of Xewark, by an explosion of dy namite. They had tied a small stick of dynamite to the tail of a strange dog and took to their heels aftci lighting the short fuse. The dog, be ing playful, followed his tormentors. The men ran into an old building used to store street grading imple ments. The dog followed. The fire on the fuse was getting nearer to the dynamite. The dog was getting nearer to the men. The dog barked and the men yelled. The fu-- e, fanned by the wind, burned faster. The men were caught in the shed and slammed the door behind them. The dog found an opening in the wall large enough to enter and was about half way in when the dynamite exploded. Parts of the animal were blown inside and parts outside the building. Even- - one of the six men wa. badly stunned by the force of the explosion. Xone were seriously injured. Eruitable Life AsSurance SoCiety Is Destroyed by Fire, And Several Persons Are Missing. there. Our people should bend every effort to assist the owners in this mo-laudible enterprise, and our farmers in this county should show their appreciation of these men's efforts, by sending their ti bacco here to be sold. and every nun should constitute himself a committee of one. to urge upon the growers of this county and surrounding counties to send theii tobacco here. The buver realizes that the very best tobacco is to be found in this market; that it can be cared foi cheaper and better here than else where, and shipped with les expense than from mot any other point at which there are Iooe leaf sales, aw we predict for this market, a bright future. We know such will be the result if our people will stand by it and wc urge all to give it their most tory of fraternity Kentucky has five hundred camps nd seven full regiments of uniform lank. Manager Brewer is trying hard to secure the 1912 District dispensation Camp for of $5.00 has been gijanted Winchester Camp Xo. S2 for a short time in order that she may enjoy all the KentrV branches of the order. Following the meeting, a most de light ful luncheon was served at Vermilion & Long's Tea Room. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Xc-York, Jan. 10. The great building of the which is intended to exclude the lob- marble nine-stor- y by. The rule excluding "lobbyists" Equi able Life Assurance Society at COUNTY TAX RATE 120 Broadway, the home of the was adopted. Trust Company, the Equitable Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 10 The Sen- Tmsti Company, the banking house ate and House Tuesday ballotted of Kauiiti Bros., the Mercantile Safe separately on the election of United Dep( sit Company, and the Ilarriman Since 1845 When 13 Cents Was Rate. States Senator, electing OLic M. lines, was destroyed early Tuesday Mr. H. R. Walts Finds Interest- James, of Marion. A joint session by fire. will be held Wednesday at which Mr. Several persons are missing, ing Document. ing Battalion Chief Walsh. James will he elected to succeed SenFour men lost their lives by leap some pld papers ator T. H. Paynter. In looking over ing from the roof and the property Mr. II. Ii. Watts has found a county Lexington. Ky., Jan. 10. Mr. Jo loss is estimated at about $10,000,- which makes tax receipt dated 1845, seph F. Overstreet, the well-kno000- -V it 07 years old. :i c . . i: r,, ji ui '"" Millions of dollars m cash and rate was I lt 111 eu Ulas"l In ye olden day the tax compared tho. General Council and Board ot securities are locked in the vault of only 15 cents per $100, as Education, and one of the best busi- the Assurance Society and the bankwith the 47 1-- 2 cent rate of today. ness men in tiic city, C'.cl carl ing and trust companies, but are not On certain specified articles, defiof Tuesday morning at his home, 385 believed to be affected by the flames. nite tax was assessed regardless South Limestone street, after an William Giblin, president of the their value;, for example on gold illness lasting several months. Mercantile Safe Deposit Company, watchspectacles, patent lever silver imprisoned with three employes in es and on buggies 50 cents was paid, Mayor J. E. Cassidy, of Lexington, the vaults and was rescued after while on gold watches a tax of $1.00 has named John T. Vance, Jr., for the firemen had sawed through sev was required. the position of Mayor's Clerk. eral two inch steel bars. Clark county was then spelled iMer-canti'e in-d. good to choice $4.50-.10- , common to fair ,$1.754.25, canners $1.50 ' $2.75; bulls steady and slow; bolognas $44.75, fat bulls $4.7o5; milch cows steady. Calves Active and 2o50c higher; extra $9.50, fair to good $8 $9.25, common and largo $4.50 $8.50. Hogs Market opened generally 10c lower, closing 1015c lower on packers and butchers and 20 lower on light shippers anil pigs; selected heavy shippers $6.45(526.50, good to choice packers and butchers $6.45 $6.50, common to choice heavy fat sows $4.255.90, extra $6, light shippers $G6.30; pigs (110 lbs and !es) $4.505.90. Sheep Steady: extra $3.633.75, good to choice $3.253.60, common to fair $1.503, stock ewes $33.50 yearlings $3.504.50. Lambs Strong; extra $6.406.50 trood to choice $G6.35, common to '"u" ,IUrlH!lM!!; fair $4.505.75. TOO LATE TO CUSSFY THE LYRIC Heroine. (VitagrapU) When He Died. (Essanay, comedy) nis Exoneration. (Lubin) Matinee every day 2:30 and 3:30. In addition to the above 'program Prof. W. A Wellman will give, bis celebrated illustrated lecture on Ohio State Penitentiary Don't miss it. Xo extra charge for thU attraction.. A Western FOR SALE "Clarke". Wm. Hickman was iff of the county at the time. MR. HARVEY PREWITT sher- HAS NARROW ESCAPE Mt. Sterling. Ky., Jan. 10. The horse ridden by Harvey M. Prewitt, a farmer, fell on him breaking his leg below the knee and fracturing both bones. Prewitt laid on the cold ground for nearly an hour before his cries were heard by a farm hand and he was taken home. The accident occurred while Prewitt was feeding cattle, the horse slippjug on the ice. 1 si', iJJHh' :1 Dr. W. H. Felix The body of Dr. W. II. Felix; who died at Clearwater, Fla., Saturday, arrived in Lexington Tuesday morning and was taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mattie Bain. 253 Rodes avenue. The funeral services were held at the Firs t Baptist church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. hearty support. The Commercial Club will back it Rev. J. W. Porter and Rev. Villi! WINCHESTFI'S Gwyn officiating. up to the full extent of its power. mm JDEA HUSTLE Oregon, 111., Jan. 10. Dr. Harry Mr. Ogden's Statement Elgin Webster, of Chicago, facing Mr. W. T. Ogden, who is the local trial for the murder of his wife, BesEquitable Life sie Kent Webster, will plead guilty representative of the Assurance Company .states that all to the crime of which he is accused records affecting the policyholders of in the Circuit Court Friday. the company were kept at the Hazen Morehead, Ky., Jan. 10. The con building on Greenwood street and all dition of Willinm. the little son of of the local offices distributed all ovJudge Allie W. Young, who has been er the United States and foreign at the point of death for almost a countries cause to he kept duplicate records, and. therefore, none of the week, is reported improving. business of tlie Equitable will suffer, and as only the executive offices were Jan., 10 After Washington, ten years, Amer located in the Equitable building at lapse of more than ican troops are again to invade Chi 120 Broadway, which was wreckei na. They are to aid in keeping open by the great fire, there will, be only the railroad from Peking to the sea. a temporary inconvenience. LITTLE GIRL IS BADLY BURNED Lexington, Ky., Jan. 10. Burned fearfully about the face, chest and knees, Mildred Fowler, the seven-year-old daughter of Richard Fowler, of 215 Perry street, is at the Good Samaritan Hospital in a serious condition as result of having gotten too close to an open grate Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock at her home The little girl has a chance to re cover. . 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Hash, Home phone 232. -tf CHICKENS WANTED Dressed undressed. J. W. Hollar. or Shirtwaists in all white, with lace collar and cuffs attached, valae $1.25. are being sold by the Winches- -, ter Cloak and Suit Company for 4i cents. -it - s. 4 lis??. j5s . tT THE WINCH EST Eg.NCWt. t r 3 1 ffi. IM-I- II HEWS Seuth Main Street lll I 1 E R. P. SCOBEE (nCOXrOtATED) SON CO. Wtohestsr, Kentucky. Dally, Except Sunday. i j 7 I i 1 "Entered as second-clas- s matter, ' Sayem&r 28, 100S, at the postoffice Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." ' - IU ME Rough and Dressed, 'tJ;v' , iS SD il SS ili i SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES, i Beth Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mail. Daily, one year Bix Months 6m" Month $3.00 1.50 .25 RATES: CAREY ROOFING. the best that can be bought. ih RUBBER ROOFINGS, as good as any. Home Phone 47 East Tenn. Phone 147 u Payable in Advance. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOrt frOtwiGf ADVERTISING BY THE 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 -i. GENERAL OFFICES El NEW YOpK AND CHICAGO b BRANCHES IN ALL TriR PRINCIPAL CITIES thereof, forfeit and pay a fine of Ten Dollars, and an additional fine of Ten Dollars for each and every day after the said thirty days in which the provisions of this Article and of such notice shall not hs complied with. I f. Secticn 2. Application For Permit. Application for a permit to Establishing a Sanitary Code For make a connection, with the public The Control of Drainage of Build-In- fs sewer shall be made in writing on and Connections With Sewer blanks furnished by the City for System in The City of Winchester, this purpose to the City Engineer or Kentucky. Inspector and a fee of .fl.00 paid to defray the expense of inspection. As The Mayor and City Council of the City of Winchester, Kentucky, do soon as the permit is issued the parhereby adopt the following Hules and ty receiving the permit shall notify Regulations for the governing of the the City Engineer or Inspector, drainage of buildings and the making stating the. lime when he will be of "connections with the sewerage ready to remove the cap from Hie Y branch and make the connection: system. also the time when the house sewer Article I. Definition of Terms will be ready for inspection and it Section I... The tenn "this City" shall be the duty of, the City Engior "City" as used in this Ordinance, neer or Inspector to "be present at .'hall be construed to (mean the City 'that time. If, however, the City Enot U mcliester, Kentucky, inc term gineer should fail to'jbe present at "Sewer Committee" as useu in 111155 the (time agreed upon, the parly - Wrdinancei!aa1i be construed to lilean making the conuccliou shall not the Committee on sewers appointed have (he right to m:ie the connecby the (Mayor and City jOfljciabf pi. tion without the City Engineer or Inthe City of Winchester, Kentucky, or spector being present but shall noits official representative, except tify the Mayor in writing of tho failwhere otherwise specified. ure of the City Engineer or Inspect -Section 2. MTh term, City Engi- - oej to Jb'e; present andUie shall notifV sh'all Vfj.il Utflr as used sewer committee and it shall then io' mean the 'City En be the duty of the Majfor to promptly gineer of iWinchester,. Kentucky, or furnish another Inspector, who shall J tlie receive as compensation for his' serV&uncilmen to .act under its unea- - vice the sum" of '$2V00 which sum snail' be 'deducted' f ro'm the salary of Article 2. House Sewers ,; the City Engineer. Under no condi? i . I., Requiremenis,'Regard-ifl- g tion shall the cap be 'removed from Making Connections.. .All owners a Y in the public sewer, or a house j -- at. property along the line of any sewer be connected without being inof eewer constructed for the purpose spected and approved by the City of carrying off .sewage matter in any Engineer or Inspector. The City of the streets of this city, shall con- Engineer or Inspector must also be nect their houses and other buildings present when the connection with the with the sewer in the street adjoinY branch and the part of the sewer ing said property, by making appli- in the street is covered to a depth cation in writing and receiving a per- of one foot over the pipe. mit to make such connection. The In removing the cap from the Y application shall give the precise lo- branch great care must be taken not cation of the property, the name of to break the Y,' and if through poor the owner and the name of the per- workmanship or otherwise it should son employed to 'do the work, ana be broken, the party making the conshall be filed in the office of the City nection shall be required to repair Clerk at least forty-eighonrs pre- the same or replace the whole Y to vious to opening Uic trench or com- the approval of the City 'Engineer mencing the work. Xo permit shall or Inspector. .8 be deemed to authorize anything not Section 3. Material, Size and Lo8 stated in the application. At the cation. House sewers shall be of time the permit is issued the City first quality salt glazed, vitrified Engineer or Inspector shall mark the 1 sewer pipe, or of extra heavy cast location, on the street, of the Y in iron pipe not lcs than 4 inches in the sewer for that connection. than C inches in If any owner of property along the diameter nor more with the following diameter, and laid line of any sewer constructed for the restrictions: . purpose .of carrying oft" sewage Tile pipe shall not begin nearer matter in any of the streets of this than five feet to the opening in the city, shall fail to connect his or her house and other buildings with the exterior wall in the building, nor 'i besewer in the sircct adjoining said hall it be laid less than two feet low the .surface of the ground, and property, the Chief of Polico shall notify the owner of such property in no ine shall be laid within three feet writing to make such connection. of the wall of any building or of any Said connection shall be signed by party line, nor within two feet of the City Attorney and served by de- any parellcl Hue of water or gas pipe. livering tho same to the owner of House sewers in soft, springy or extra sid properly, or by leaving the same "made" ground shall be ofpart of heavy cast iron pipe. 'The at the residence of the owner with a five member of the family above the age the house sewer from a point feet outside of the exterior wall of of fourteen years, and explaining the contents thereof; or in case of a the building to the point where it connects with the buildng shall be of jC . owner, by serving the j same upon the resident agents, if extra heavy east iron pipe. ' any. or by mailing the same by regis Section 4. Grades And Line. All , AN ORDINANCE ' -- on a true grade and in a straight" line. ..Section 5. Pipe Laying. A narrow gasket or oakum or liemp shall be properly caulked into each joint, and in all sizes die oakum or hemp shall be driven back so as to leave (2-of not less than socket at all points the depth of the free to be filled with cement, after which neat cement mortar shall bo introduced therein, thoroughly filling the annular space at the bottom arid sides, as well as tiie top of the joints with mortar. After such space has been filled as described, a neat and proper finisli shall be given lo the joint by the further application of similar mortar to the face of the hub or socket so as to form a continuous or even beveled surface from the exterior of the bell to the body of the pipe all around. The interior of the joints shall then be wiped clean of cement by a rubber disk or other approved device. All joints must be as nev water tiglii as it is practical to mate a cement joint. two-thirds 3) 9 mm m goods. GEO. FOX, and continuing 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 , Lewis R. Hampton, Receiver. A. H. Sympson, Manager. Salesman Hi lim iilnytrned trap Intercepting 6. Section No 'intercepting trap or Prohibited. other obstruction shall be placet! in the bourse sewer or main drain pipy that would prevent or obstruct a free circulation of air through theseupci and the ventilating pipe or pipe through the roof. ' Secton. 7. Protection to Traffic. hi opening .trenches in any street, avenue, or lane, the paving or other material (if any) must be removed with care, the sides of the trench must be sheeted or braced to prevent caving, the earth thrown from the trenches must be placed so as to cause the least obstruction possible to public travel. The backfilling shall he thoroughly tamped so as to prevent settlement and the pavements of stone or gravel or in as good condition as bereplaced fore this work was begun. Water and other pipes must be protected frcrai injury. Open trenches and unfinished work in any street or public or private way shall be barricaded and lighted by night and every necessary precaution taken to prevent injury to persons and properly during the progress of the work, and no work shall be temporarily or permanently abandoned or delayed while such trench is open within the bounds of said street, avenue or Iune, except from unavoidable cause or accident, and if the work should be abandoned or delayed, then the City Engineer shall have the power to cauc any such trench to bo filled up after a reasonable time has been had for the laying of the pipe and the backfilling of said trench. Section 8. Keeping Street in Repair. Any settlement in the street Over any sewer connecting with the public sewer occurring within ninety days after such sewer has been laid and the trench backfilled, shall be repaired at the expense of the owner of the properly from which such sewer has been laid. Passed January , 1912. Misses ELKIN and REIO, Sales Ladies Urn 11 ADVERTISED LETTERS t p The bill does not mention woman": J uillire hit1 flit- cnlinrf ? i.'i,;w.i .Allah, TS'ob M. . iilinn:t;sifflt.?fai,th0,izdby orit! ,.9, I ht The measure discussed Monday provides for a school board c(.mpo-e- d IIcbin.Mm. Lin-e- y of five members, elected from the Williams, Ocsar citv at larse for a term of four wars i Their names are to appear on a bal-- J White, Wm. Letcher JOI1X 0. WHITE. Potmater lot without party emblems and wh.tt i amount practically to aij educatio'i-- j DESIRABLE PROPERTY al qualification i provided for ! ! prohibiting an election officer or a'Jv On account of Mr. W. E. Curry one else, sliowng the oter now to retiring from the Curry Dry Goods mark his ballot. Company to go West, I will disp.j-- e TOie bill invests' the board with all of my property on South Main street the rights. of the present boards, proat a bargain if sold at once. Con- vides for the election of a Superinsists of eight room dwelling, modern tendent to serve for two ycais at a and convenient, stable large and stipulated salary fixed by the board, roomy, lot 00x150, fruit trees abun- and for a business director, who lA-- n dant. is secretary, to he elcctc-- i fof one MISS KATE KEYES. 5 ear. , , " FeiikerJ J. A'. Ilamiltqn, S. GTHelton, Howard llosehseblett, Otho, Howard, Xaith .Lachlan, Miss, J. M. Peters, Clem E. cussed, but .since a general bill'prtr-i j Read Xlie Niews I .villi:: fnr .siilrV:io tinn-i, tin . r .. J is- - prijji,ibJj,;(vHl Dill. to be. offered, (diat . feature,,, j Jipt be iiis'6rted;pn tlii-j- ,j .1! f: it; ! No Emblems on i. , Ballot 8 SMART CLOTHES IS THE PRICE OF YOOR CLOTHES ANY I Only the purest and freshest medicines on sale at the Pharmacy the store of quality. Only registered pharmacists handle your perscription at the Brown-Proctor- ia Pharmacy. Absolute The store of guaranteed. qualify. c" OBJECT? FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS A You answer yes. We offer ply come. Then we the same I j. H. HUGHES, Mayor. non-reside- nt S. B. TRACY, Citv Clerk.' post-offi- I.Vv tered Jetter to the owner's last known address. lAny owner' of property who fails make the connection within thirty days. after notification from this ce Committee, shall, upon NOTICE x., house sewers shall have a fall of at ' ' u inch per foot; each least ' length shall lie- given a solid bear-- to The fine Jersey bull, Billy Goodlo.--, j ing and grooves shall be cut in the will serve cows at $2100, money due bottom of the trench to receive the at time of Service., .'4 conviction ! hubs y It must as far as practical bt 1.5-im- o b. aogde: ' one-four- th I To warn people of a fearful forc- -l s a young gill rode lire in the horseback at midnight and saved (tunny lives. Her deed ivas glorious but lives are often saved by Dr. King New Discorvcry in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption or pneumonia.' "It cured me of a dreadful cough and" lung disease,'' writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington. E Tex., "after four in our family had died with consumption, and I gained Bill Will Not Mention Woman Suf- 87 pounds." Nothing o sure and frage. Heels With Approval of safe for all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.0.0. Trial botAll Those Present. tle free. Guaranteed by all Druggist-- ' Frankfort, Ky.. Jan. 9. Reprecities apsentatives of second-clas- s FURS!!! FURS! FURS!! have agreed on a parently' Will pay you the Highest Cash school board measure. A bill Prices for your Furs. wag considered at a meeting, in the ,3. W. HISEIi ' parlors'bf the Capital Hotel (Monday Bridge Junk Shop, aftornoOn'.tBnd, with a few minor No. 23 North Maple st. t changed it met the approval of all East Tennosee Phone 215, Home . :. J. .1 10 4 rn.' Cat-skillcold-sorenon-partis4 - blow villi terrific force at the far north and play havoc with the skin, causing red, rough or sore chapped hands and lips, that need Bucklen's Arnica Salve to heal,them.It makes the skin soft and smooth Unrivaled s, also bruises and pile- -. for Only 23 cents at AJIUruggists. GIRL'S WILD MIDNiGHT RIDE. wide selections, the same beautiful styles, all made by the same great tailoring house of as you get in a larger city. But we ate able to offer them to you at a few STEIN-BLOCH, dollars less. Come to us and we will tell you why. 25 "per cent discount on any suit or overcoat in our house. We offer a special discount of about 00 per cent on boj's' and children's overcoats. ALLAN SigM & MURPHY Opposite Court Homc of Little Man .jwwv".A. S - '? rut wnpuYercB mra - jVt ' im. Hate to get up these cold mornings? Get a "BIG BEN," he's the most wide awake fellow .we know. He'll make it easy for you to get up. DOJN'X YOU THIRTY DAYS IN JAIL Will (Murry, colored, was given 30 m jail by Juage tvans tor caj-- s stealing a cap from Mr. Jesse Owen. This negro is the c'ne, in whose al WINCHESTER THURSDAY, I THEfTHE JANUARY Hill, C. "Jeweler BO WEN H. and Optician' ft'- - capture Assistant .Postmas rl J. W. ter IRobert Owen- and Chaney figured Saturday nifeht. - O. E. WEE, Offers The ThriHini Romantic Drama s Shirtwaists in all wliite, with lace collar ami cuffs attaohedi value f 1.2'rt arc beinj; solil by the Winchester Cloak and Suit Company for 49 cents. Avoid Instilling Fear. -it A GIRL A OF THE Comedy, 0 ve C IETY o, OUNTAINS IfV 4 ACTS Guaranteed Attraction of Merit, Pathos, Emotion. DRUG STORE. i. manner. Jr. Mr. ..Ransom is a .young man of John high standing both socially and in W. Langley, of the Tenth Kentucky biisine.-- s. and is popular with a large with district, is being circle of friends. of the arrias a re.-u-lt The I)i ide had been attending The Difference. W. L:ingley, Jr.. at val of 'John school at Murfree-borand had "I say, wife, we don't want oar mollycoddle, do heie. The heir app.irent the holidays at home. Mr, girl ,Moll to marry we?" "No, hubhy. Sut she wouldn't arrived on New Year's clay. Both Ransom came to Winchester for a object to a Molly coddier." the mother and babv are doing niee-l- y. vi-- if and left sereral days previous Mrs. Langley, by .the way, is to Miss Taylor- - departure ostensiShirtwaists in alt white, witti ace collar and cuffs attached, value both the wife and the daughter a bly to resume her studies at Congressman, her father being Repr'1.2o, are being sold by the Winches-.e- r Cloak and Suit Company for 49 resentative James M. Gudger, Jr., of The news of the marriage was Asheville, X. C. C. A. Bennet, sec- rumored here Tuesday, but could not' cents. retary to Mr. Langley, who asisf he verified until Wednesday morning. Lira in looking after Kentuckians The nicest and most U. D. C. Meeting who call on theni, like his chief, is I perfumes and toilet articles at the f The oUo the father of a bouncing son. Pharmacy Yiiginia Hanson Chapter, U. D. who arrived eight weeks ago. Mr. C, will meet with Mrs. J. W. torc of quality. Bennett is a son of former Conon Saturday afternoon at 2 gressman J. B. Bennet, of the Ninth o'clock $100 PER PLATE Kentucky district. Miss Anne Croxton will leave .vas paid at a banquet to Henry Ransom Taylor Sunday for Pennsylvania, where she Llay, in Xew Orleans in 1812. The marriage of Mi.-- s Laura Tay- will resume charge of the chair of Mighty costly for tliosc with sloiuicli trouule or liuligestion. louay lor, of this city, to Mr. Frank L. Latin at Ogoniz School. King's ' Teiin.. Mr.!;ajtd Mrs. 0. C lioljbins1liave ,)Ciiple every where lUse Dr. IJansom, of Murfrce.-boro- ,, 4i Xew Lifc,;l'i)ls for these, oubles as was solemnized in NaMilvlIe,! !6n inovedl frim':28' College' t to disMisses Peddicord's residence at 125 .veil as liver, kidney and bowel Monday. orders. Easy, safe, sure, pnly 2 ' I "j.j'l'l ,l "J!6 Lridejis n daughter qL'iMr.'.K. IopnB;afenue. cuts at All Druggets,. , Miss Eunice' Eiirp has 'returned iPenn Taylor, and is desceneded from from a, visit to her coutin, Miss, Ilal-li- e HIIHI!l(1111llA:?fe..tiniea-ai'crit; y,a, , Everett, JnJIimtinston, iim...,-.- , ,,,,,,tots..11SLie. is insularly beautiful, being of a dainty brunette type, and i'li i pbssefesek ah indescribable charm 0 - SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. LIVER AND John W. Langley, Ifepie-entatiWashington o. -lt te Brown-Proctoria Wo-ma- instinct ot life. On the other hand, animals that are too timid, so that even the familiar becomes too suspicious, cannot get their food and cannot leave a progeny;! they become eliminated by the process of natural selection! There is a certain amount of trust that nature demands even of its most defenseless and timid children. Fear is the guardian Seats Now Selling At STRODE'S 25c, 35c, 50c. BALTIMORE SELECTED Washington. Jan. 1.J). The Democratic Xntiejnali Comiiiittee Tuesday selected Baltimore as1he 1912 convention citjl SERIOUS ACCIDENT .1 Many Cathartics Tend to Cause jury to The Bowels. In- ANNOUNCEMENT Having purchased the Hardware Store ;of J. K. Allen, we will in the future carry a complete line of Hardware and Stoves. . ! is . ; Mo SPECIALS ! Caracal Coats, all Skinner Satin lined 54 inches long for Biliousness, Headache, Sick, Sour Stomach ,Indigesti0n, Coated Tongue or Constipation 21,50 Plush Coats, Skinner Satin linesd, 54 inches long for Furred Tongue, Bad Taste , Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels which cause your 'tomacli to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight iwill give you a inside and straighten They work you out by morning. while you sleep a from your druggist will keep you feelius good for months. Millions of men and women If you are subject to constipation, you should avoid strong" drugs and Middlesboro, Ky., Jan. 10. John cathartics. They only give tempoOwens and :James iPlowman were rary relief and their reaction is killed and James Oombs seriously harmful and sometimes more annoyhurt by a dynamite stick fired on ing than constipation. They in no the new line of the Louisville & way effect a cure 'and- their tendency Nahivlle extension, five miles above is to weaken the already weak orHazard. This is the 'second serious gans with which they come in conaccident to happen ou this new road. tact. We honestly believe that we have the best constipation treatment ever Shirtwaists in all 'white, with lace collar and culls attached, value devised. Our faith in it is so strong that we sell it on the positive guarif 1.2i. are being sold by the Winchesantee that it shall not cost t'ie user ter Cloak and Suit Company for 49 a cent if it docs not give entire sat: cents. isfaction and completely remedy This preparation is constipation. FURS!!' FURS!!!. FURS! Will pay yon thehnighest Cash called Rexall Orderlies. These are prompt, sootihingj and most effective Prices fori .your5 Fur."? ' ir.:w. msEL Thev are made of a rein action, Britjge'junk Shojl.1 cent chemical iisettverv. Their prin-- i . . ' Jillt' .lij"'t, '' ple st.' cipal irwredient is odorless, taste,.,No. 23N"orth Combined with East "Tennessee Phone 215, Home less and colorles. ingredients, long 'Phone 59C: ojher established I. for their usefulness. in ' ( Ml TO INSTALL OFFICERS t he treatment (of constjation, it forms a tablet which is eaten ju.--t The Modetn Woodmen of America .like candy.. They may bp taken at will meet" lit tlieir hall in. Fraternity any'ime. either- day or night, withBuilding Monday evening at 7:o0 ti out fear iif their causing any inconinstall officers for the ensuing year. venience whatever. They do not All members are. requested 'to be They gripe, "purge, nor cause nau-e- a. ' pre.-en- t. act without causing any pain or excessive looseness of the bowel- -. SEE They. are ideal for children, weak, delicate persons, and aged people, as you can get your plioto taken at well as for the most hearty person. Eaip's Studio this week at greath They come in three size package-- . reduced prices. 12 tablets, 30 cents; .10 tablets, 2." cents; 80 tablets, ."i0 cents. lienieni-ber.'ycan obtain them only at our store The Rexall Store. Phillip-Dru- g Store, oC S. Main stret. The Sensible Overnight Remedy For -it Jour patronage ";I ( ! '"' W ' l'. '" - -- solicited, satisfabitton U guaranteed. ves- - t 11 Uur- ll-18-4- well-kno- I i " FRANKLIN HARDWARE UUMPANT H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. TheNew Depositor Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon that we may pro-rfte quality of our banking service. We invite you to call and see us. a Citizens National Bank xNear Court Corner Main and South Court Street. Winchester, Kj. Host. Sensible People. FOR THE HOSPITAL After you have upset. your stoiri- - S10.00 Great Reductions in all other departments. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOMB, ; Casearets mw trums and still retain possession ot nnd then and kern their stomach, llv- - i tlllt terrible cold, do what thous- A lirtit'ftl:? rt rrtil f rwl n i f uiiu i n t, " . . iumibU) null nni'nv uvi .i ands of sensible people are doing Don't know a miserable moment. Do this: forget the children their little Into a bowl three quarters full oL need a good, gentle cleansing, boiling water pour a scant tcaspoon-fu- l too. ) of IIYOMEI (pronounce it cover head and bowl with v towel- and breathe for five minute-th- e AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK. soothing;, healing vapor thai arises. Matinee every day from 2 to Then go to bud and awake with n Admission 10c, Skates free. clear head in the morning. 'IIYOMEI Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c, take y a a eh with pills, powders and vile nos .5 ! 'The lungs i5r.ughiers nre prepnr-h- g to organize a class of pupils in cooking to be instructed by "Mrs. Nannie Johnson, of Paris. The proceeds will he given to the fund for a hos pital in Winchester. There must beS a guarantee of 20 pupils at $3 each cor the course. Any one who desires to become a member of the class should notify Mrs. C. II. Rees before January 15. 2t Do you know about the Iligh-o-ine- - KEYSTONE GAS f- - Skates 15c Particular attention to Ladies. Beginners taught free from 10 to 12 A. M. iBloomf ield & Ratliff D. B. SCOBEE, Props Mgr. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER All kinds of stenographic work at does not contain opium, cocaine oi Alice .Moss, anv harmful dinar. A bottle of IIY-- i reasonable prices, iliss MolTett & Spencer's oflice in Fra- 30 cents at it jiOMEI Inhalent co-- ts Building. j Phillips Drug Store and druggist- - ternity Guaranteed for ca i everywhere. CURS'!! FURS!! FURS! tarrh, asthma, croirp and catarrhal Will pay you the Ilfgnest Cash deafness.-Prices for your Furs. J. W. niSEL Bridge Jtipk Shop No. 23 North Maple si. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. i I I J : FURNACE. If not, get wise by tion. r- ask-- ing us for informa- Inc. Manager. WINClOTER, KY. at our store, we will give a handsome STERLING SILVER SCARF PIN enameled with the K. W. C. seal. See these pins on Display in our. window. OUR DISSOLUTION SALE IS STILL ON TO THE FIRST TWENTY Kentucky Wesleyan Students making a purchase of ope 'dollar or more A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. Elks Building 61 Main Street IP'- 1.V , Both Phonet 364. BALDWIN BROS. c -- For years J. S. Donahue, So. Ilav-lu- i. Mich., a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, averted awfu! wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might have been a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters had not prevented. GRANT WITT & CO. 54 South Main St. "SIGN OF BIG WATCH'' WINCHESTER, KY. "They cured nip of kidney tronhle and chills," he writes, "after I 4ia.l improved my sis;ht. i Now. at seven and kidney, troubles, they're without taken oilier so called cures for ry, I. am feeiizijg lino." For dvpep- - cinal. Try them, Only 25 . els., years, without benefit afld1 they: alibf sia,-- , iudigestrftn, all Stomach liver at All Druggists. A GIRL OF O. THE MOUNTAINSE. Wees reconstructed, - C1ASSBED CLASSIFIED COLUMN AT THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS THAT CONFRONT THEM AT THE and generally revolutionized "A Gill of The Mountain-,- " will lie pre.-ont:U the Winehe-te- r Theatre. Thur.-da- y. J.'.iuiaiy 11. All the best fc.it in c- - have been letaiiied and jaany new and novel effects have bceif . added. Ttie author has made tron ;tn exceptionally oeiety ia:n:i of love and advent! and has aos'cn :( daring subject. but it i -- o true to life and ?.o ininaii. handled that the mo.- -t impartial efities have only woids of praise for "A Girl of the Montains" The' play is abjoihiii'i. interesting and oripnnl. Its idea is bi and the dialogue is rich in action, dramatic quality and ori ginality. An good exceptionally llian company of player headed by Fischer, supported by Summer Tiiehols, Gus Tapley,- Howard Ely, W. II. Anderson. .Airs. Alex. Leonard, Flora L'Abha and other well known artist?. A magnificent will be offered. scenic cd -o Mi-Lidi.-pl- ay ADVERTISEMENTS l- lc a wcrd fer a tfnfK. mHrfiat. 2c t word far Inrae ecnsecutivt - urtlana. YC. a word far aci fcltfllMM M- - tcrtlon. ICc a wsrii par amtU. Scattered Intertlont. Is av lnrtJs.n. llclhfaa inserted for tots Mifi tea Milt Mo!hln chsW aa lasky. tar less thM E5 Mitts. TRACY AND ST0KH.Y FOR RENT j flicc itvff, bet location or sm:.)l store ro.im on JI;i: n the rity. P. ice right. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES FOR RENT A part of houc on corner of Main and Hickman. Dr. J. C. Van-l- it. ::t From the thousands who surged through our store today has been heard uni-t versal exclamations about the Wonderful Values offered at this sale where thous-- l ands of dollars will be lost every day by this firm, to the clear gain of the buying public, who are very quick in taking advantage of The First Opportunity to Buy Goods f M 'I "ill w i FURS!! FURS!!! FURS! Will pay you the. Highest Cash LOST A pair of 'old glaps-ein Prices for your Furs. ease. Return to this ofiice.' J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, FOR RENT Two-stor- jhoue on No. 23 North Maple st. Hajrirard street with gas and W. P. Az'oill. East Tennessee Phone 215, Hons Phone 596. '.QST Poeketbook containing $."j3. collar button and shoe bnttoncr, between Winchester and Beckncr-vill- e. SICO.OCO Capital Return to News office. Reward. ll-18-4- Undivided Profits. $200,000 FOR SALE A No. 4 Underwood THE Below Manufactures Cost Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KT. N.-H- typewriter in perfect condition; cheap. Inquire of O. C. Hanligfr, George Drus Store. Ilt E MUST DISPOSE OF THIS ENTIRE STOCK IN THE TEN DAYS. I have a few srood buyers for farms. Those actually wanting- to pell farms, call up C. E. Smith, Houie - phone, 476. . WITHERSOON, nm ALF : ifc Beit Quality American and Simpson Prints at til If" HOUR SPECIALS ri4n rrfn men i . run i ri4jivi3JLf i. From 9 to 9:30' - ViVWAt i W.R.SPHAR. Cashier. '.1. FOR RENT Sisty acres of No. 1 eorn ground: cloven od. A .hoUSd and 10 acres in grass., J. U Croxton, Home phone 813-L- , t .i-s-- tf, .'; ; ' , . it a. r..ll As kw-- : 01.4 !.,!, Il; .It !i; yd SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. 10 yards to a customer ; dwelling FOR RENT Store-hous.of six rooms; jair stock scales. Five miles from Winchester on good pike. Apply, to .obbins at this q(Iicec e! LilOI iHnt r.rM, Wis: F'r.omll toll:30 A.M., 2 yards to a customer , ,.4jr J, Ul 4 f i M;dfl . DRINK. 1 'i I?' FOR SALE 100 extra nice JRhodo Island Red pullets and cockrcl. -t nome phone 813-A. .l-o- 10c Laces and Embroideries at. From 1:30 to 2 F. rVl. 10 yards to a customer lc yd 9c sp lAmmjWnijfis a n ej u w -- !. c c.' f, jx "MORE THAN WET" FOR RENT Flat, four rooms, lon hall and bath. Lexington avenue. Bloomfield and Ratliff. HOUSE FOR RENT Six room with gas and water. Apply to A. II. Sympson, corner Maple and Hickman streets. 12-20- -tf 25c Hemstitched Pillow Cases at. From 3 to 3:30 F. IVI. 2 to a customer rntfta tD.corr Ttet-rrnll- t. f untn int. ouax euhUi O.HTC1 FOR SALE best fable Linen 85c .Table Linen Sale-pri- ce Ladies3 Suits and Skirts $16.50 Dress Goods and Silks 25c Qark County yd The Big Run Coal, lbs market; yards on Wet Clark County ConBroadway. Company. struction on the 11-28- -tf 991, XV p yd Ladies' Suits JU 4 $1.00 Table Linen Sale price $1.25 Table Linen Sale price "0, bp yd JU JU Ofip yd Sale price $35.00 Ladies' Suits Sale price $8.00 Ladies' Skirts Sale price $12.00 Lades' Skirts Sale price qWtF0 N) QO Dress Goods National BANh EitabHi Sale price $1.00 Wool Dress Goods AeJL WeFL J" Jll Insure OLD ii hd 1SOS STROTHER'S 7 QO PI.eFO CQp yd RELIABLE AMD Sale price 50C Accounts and ot (0 ftO Merchants, Farmers ScIIcltei' Traders Madb on All FIRE INSURANCE Mfflca Fratanrity 40FO Silk Foulards Sale price flfi QQ $1.00 Fancy Silks PU.eJO Sale price 90 yd Ov J" REAL ESTATE AGENCY ColiKtlost Points. Mac Mn M5 i.. Qp lH Capital and Surplus JU $350,000.00 Heat PSmcTM. Offlcamfftj ' "r DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. Flflk Ftoer MCDtewmtr 1 WINCHESTER, KY. REAL ESTATE. I r Q VISIT THIS STORE EVERY , DAY-- IT , WILL PAY YOU. . lit Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or Q 9 . t- i - rent. ! iliV it fr "" ' 3 k : v' II - A specialty of Lot sales. - Lexington Laudry Company can save yeu express on Dry Cieaning which is ew speciality. R.SID ELKIN, Afent. g:J o ' STEVENSON Attrney-at-La- w . Q BLQQMFIELD & RATLIFF Winchester, Kentucky. V Auditorium Bldg. j. M. ......O.O'.".".".'..". Bring Your Furs, Hides And 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. Hi 0'""""'00V0 All Kinds of Metal to CHAS. ZIGMAN Junk shop at Wainscott Court, North Main street, and get the Highest Cash Prices. PENDLETON, BUSH & IUSH Attomeys-at-Law Stb Floor McEldowney Boilding