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H HAS But THE WINCHESTER NEWS a I WEATHER CeMw Thursday NifM 1 atf FrWy, WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; MANY II CENTS A WEEK T BACCO SOCIETY BEEN HIT HARD Anti-tr- ust TOBACCO ARE At R. A. SALES CONDUCTED ANNIVERSARY DR. FELIX WAS SCHOBER TH THE ON WARPATH MILLIONS IN STOCKS AND BONDS REMONES OT HUNTING Curt Decides That it is in liolatiHi ot the Sherman Law. Mm to Submit to the Jury (Special) the Amount ot Damage. Lodge!, " B. P. 0. E., Companion Had Gene to Scare up Takes Scalp of Regular Democrats Scobee's Warehouse on Winchester a Flock of Birds, And When He Session FolWith His Band of Braves By Holds Interesting Thursday Morning and at Planters' Returned, Minister Was Dead. lowed by Splendid Luncheon.' Amending Rule. Loose Leaf Hcuse in Afternoon. Are Recovered Frem One Of The Smaller Vaults In The Equitable Building. New York. Jan. 11, More than $.30,000,000 in stock and bonds was recovered from one of the smaller vaults in the burned Equitable Life Assurance Society building late Wednesday, but it will probably be a week, perhaps longer before the great vaults of the society and the Mercantile Safe Deposit Company have given up their half billion or more in securities. Further examination of the gaunt, building, swept on Tuesday by fire, sltowed the vaults are still intact. In the opinion ot those who made the inspection, an opinion reinforced by the revelation Wednesday that the smaller vaults had kept their treasure safe, their contents will suffer little, if any, but buried as they are under hundreds of tons of ice and debris, it may be a matter of weeks before it will be advisable to open them. Meanwhile securities, variously estimated in value from half a billion to a billion and a half dollars, cannot be reached. Governor Cole L. Blease, of South Carolina, aghast at the sight of a young white teacher with her arms about two negro pupils, in his an f dissolution. LeBus suit In the Eshelby The Hurley Tobaeo Society was and Ferguson are rsucd persongiven a fatal hjow a regular solar and plexus in the United States Court ally for a large amount, judgment may go against them perWednesday in the suit of Eishelby sonally. It is now expected that s, Tobacco Company, vs. Clarence the jury will return its verdict by Ferguson and the Burley Tobacco Society, and it now looks as Saturday of this week. The plain- tiffs arc suing for $300,000 damages. though the society is facing the beginning of the end. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 10. Le-Bu- li nt Judge Hollister, of the United States District Court, for the South-eDistrict of Ohio, decided that the Burley Tobacco Society's contract with the Independents were in restraint of trade and in violation of the Sherman anti-trulaw. and that lie would so instruct the jury, and this being his decision, there would be but one question for the jury to determine and that is the amount of damage sustained by the E. 0. Eshel-b- y Tobaco Company, plaintiffs in the st m ERATERNA L BROTHERHOOD Has Big Banquet at Vermilion Long's Following Installation Officers. & of Despite the ,snow and bad weather a large crowd was on ihand to attend the sales Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the R. A. Scobee Ware house on Flanagan street. About ten buyers were on hand and the bidding was good; fair prices being realized. The tobacco was of a medium dark grade. About 50,000 i pounds were sold at the Scobco house and the highest price was 15 1 cents. The sales were entirely satisfactory to both purchasers and sellers. At the Planter.?' Loose Leaf Warehouse Thursday afternoon about 100.000 was put on the market. A large force of buyers was on 'hand and bidding was spirited. The sale? started at the Planters' house at 1:15 and up to 2:30 the highest price realized was 20 cents. 3-- Winchester u- - Lodjlc No. 339, B. P. iifj r" ceicuiateu t case. The decision was precipitated by questions asked during the morning session as to what percentage of the Burley crop in the year 190(5 was ii thejiands of the Burley Society. Attorneys for. the plaintiff objected to this on the ground that it was immaterial and then the question of the interstate commerce phase of the case came up and Judge Hollister asked if the attorneys wished to argue this point. Upon reply that they did the jury was excused ,and remained out nearly the remainder of the day. Judge' Holli.Mfer' summed up the question Jin' dcfa'i.,,He1!said tiutfitie case beforeMum many and'VlieVe was no doubt tltaV, "natbrally' there should have bden 'sympathy extended to the farmers' a'rid 'growers of Kenfueky in their cffo'rf 'to uphold prices of tJieir tobacctf'fn' the face 'of an iniquitous system by which it had been sought at prices considered ruinously low. but he thought that the practical legal pilose of Ilia question a!l,:Uul hi considered and he believed the ca2 to be one for the Supreme Court to finally decide. ITe expressed the belief tliat the Supreme Court would uphold him in his opinion. p're-enlc- Winchester Lodge 812, Fraternal Brotherhood, held a very interesting meeting Wednesday night in the A good atFraternity building. tendance was out, and a class of candidates was initiated, among them Mr. Ben S. Baitlett, the prominent chicken man, who successfully conducted the recent poultry show in this city. L. h. Hill, State Manager, of Lexington, was present and installed the officers after the initiation. The following is a list of the officers for the next term: Past President J. L. Williams. President Lewis W. Kupard. Vice President II. Xcwkiik. Secretary J. II. Lawrence., r, .rrreaFinrr Sidney Chat. J. T. Owen. Sea rgc n t Ed G ren j j j j j Master of Anns Sarah. L. Wil- - Area':. j . Hams. ,, witt I. ,D. Crews,' : .6. D.. onis Baker. I iPhw-iwa- ns E. K. Bush .and 'Win. , C Caywopd. After the meeting-- was glided by good talks from many members, the crowd was headed by J. W. Bartlett and wended their way to the Tea lfoom of Vermilion & Long, where a banquet was much enjoyed by all present. JUDGE LINDSEY S LECTURE CHANGE IN PRICES. The prices for Judge Lindsey's lecture Saturday night, January 13, will be 50 cents general admission: 3.") cents for students, and 23 cents for children under 35 years of age. These prices are for reserved seat tickets bought in advance. Tickets 35 at the door, 75 cents cents for children. Reserved seats ; rulhis opinion. Judge Hollit-te- r ed that iflie tobacco pooled by the Burley Tobacco Society was intended necessarily for use in interstate commerce, had always been so intended anil subsequently was used in interstate ' commerce'; that the Barley Tobacco Society fixed a price on Ibis tobacco and refused to accept any price other than the one fixed, and that' this act is considered by him to be in violation of that porlaw tion of the Sherman anti-tru- st which concerns interstate commerce. Tn are on sale at Strode's Drag Store. ETHEL LOVETT SERIOUSLY HURT MISS Us ' , .7 Miss Ethel Lovett, of Ford, fell on the ice while skating on the backwater near Boone' at about 4:30 Wednesday afternoon and sustained serious injuries. iMiss "Lovett is tlie daughter of Mi Tiray Lovett, "and is about 1G years fSoeiety received a body blow which of age. 'rill eventnallv cause its death. Dr. D. J. Williams was summoned Those who have followed the case who found that she had sustained a carefully and are competent to pass .fractured skull. It is probably that on the legal points involved give it an operation will be performed. Her as their opinion that the Supreme condition is serious. Court will affirm Judge HollistcrV decision, and if it does, the Bitrley BUYS INTEREST Tobacco Society will then be in the Mr. Vic Bloomfield has purchased xsane attitude as were the Standard Oil Company, American Tobacco the interest of Mr. X. A. Powell in Company and such like and will be three business store rooms, on North Maiil street. 'Price private. It-i- s . Plaintiff Has Won Suit While a number of witnesses are to be examined Thursday, it is admitted by both sides Wednesday night that thp opinion settles the suit in favor of the plaintiff and that the only matter to follow will be the amount of damages, if any, to be awarded. T.iis will be determined by the jury which is expected to receive the dase Friday. the general opinion of those Jnterested that the Burley Tobacco Popular Young Lady of Ford Sustains Fractured Skull by Fall on j ! The Ice. nigirt wnn suuauie cere- monies and mueli flgood fellowship, Judge A. A. Ilazeigg, of Mt. Sterling, District Deputy honored the occasion with his presence and made the required nnniuiljinspeetion of the lodge and exprefed himself as 1 greatly pleased. Following the ceremonies, a most j delicious luncheon was solved undo:-thsupervision of jthe efficient col- for rest. A code of signals was agreed on, ored stewart, WebbfBanks. but when Dr. Felix failed to respond to the signals given by his friend the THE latter returned to the spot where he left Dr. Felix only to find he had fallen from the stool, and was lying dead with his gun beside him. Ttie gun was not discharged and examiAppeal Made For Contributions To nation showed heart disease was the Help Alleviate The Suffering Of cause of death. The City's Needy Dr. Felix formerly preached at the Those of us whojhave warm cloth- Baptist church at Preston and city. ing, plenty to eatj and good warm Chestnut, in this VOTE IN SENATE homes, have, with all (these comforts, suffered coiisiderabjyt during the exVOTES EOR WOMEN Washington Corespondent of Cour tremely ilud weather of the pa.--.t Explains President's week, but we have no conception of IN SOUTHERN STATES Attitude Towaid Kentucky Sena- what the poor of our city have suf fered, who have not uecu so well fa tor. Are Predicted by Mrs. Desha Breckvored as we have. in telling of the interview between inridge. Ten Years is Given As Miss Pcddicord, the Secretary of Judge Tartar and President Taft on the Associated Charities, Time Limit. reports the Danville Collcutorship, in which that she ihas had mrc calls in the St., Louis, Mo., Jan. 11. "Women Judge Tartar urged the retention of p.ist few days for assistance, than at will bo voting in most of the SouthCollector Cooper and commented on any time since the organization of the large amount of patronage given the Charities, but the organization ern states within ten years," said member to Senator Bradley, who fought lias been able to meetthc demands of Mrs. Desha 'Breckinridge, "Ky., of ttre""Execu-iiv- e from Lexington, Taft,- in Kentucky during c'cryone. Board at the General Federation-othe battle, for, the .nominalioa, Ijc Theio have ticcn 'much sickness, Women's Club session Wednesday Courier-JournulWashington cor and the requests fon medicine has During a talk in which she di.--J respondent jftiys: been one large item, hut tho greatest ''He (fhe President) explained hi- -' need of most of the poor, has been cussed men and women in their lepolitical relationship, sXIrs. gal for provisions and coal. Brecl.enridgc said: ing that he needed his vote in tbe The people of this community do woSenate. Evcrv ote counted, he. not fully realize the importance or "L iwk for the protection of weaker in the men and children arc aid, on account of the small lie- - the vastness of the work of our As, chivpublican majority, some- of! whom sociated Charities, and while there So'il!-- with all its traditions of section of the alry, than in any other were not friendlv to him. ;irc a few who are deeply interested "Some of his p't measures, Mr. in the work, and through their efforts country." A proposition to reorganize the Taft said, had gore through with a this organization is maintained, there convention of the federation into a margin of only ono or two votes. lie arc many who know notiimg or nie senate and house of representatives aid he must lister, to the Republican work at all and who never contribute will I.e presented at tho biennial Senator from Kei tucky. tne penny to it. This should not be. meeting in San Francisco, by Mrs. L "When Senator Bradley was told All of us who arc able, should take a L. 1 lenkenburg, wife of the Mayor of all this he smibd and said: hand in this most excellent work. of Philadelphia. " 'I am standing pat. I do not ex The Secretary states that she can to see the President again on dispose of all of the old clothing, pect thi? matter. I un lerstand it is set- shoes, hats, and such like that will PRESIDENT OF PARIS tled; and Wiseman vwill be appointed: be sent to the room in the Fraternity further than this I have nothing Building, but that while these artiBASEBALL TEAM whatever to say.'-- ' cles arc essential and necessary, still it requires money to buy coal, To Wed Miss Josephine Behrman, of eroceries, medicine and pay for car-'n- g And Newport. Both Prominent and nursing the sick. Fopular Young People. It is hoped that every one rho Fannie Sue Long reads this when he or she sits down Paris, Ky., Jan. 11. The Louis-vill- a The bodv of Fa inie Sue Long, the l to a good supper and a warm fire, Post of Wednesday contained dajghter of Mr. Mil lonignr. wm tninic ot tne poor un the following telegram from Cincinton M. Long, of 312 Jackson street, fortunatcs, in this city, who aie nati: in the Winchester will be buried hungry, without warm raiment, a "Mr. and Mrs. Henry Behrman, of cemetery on Satiirdry. .loiue or 'file, a'nd will, on tomorrow Newport's best society circles, anmorning, take to the office of the As- nounce the engagement of their sociated Charities or send there, a daughter, Miss Josephine, to J. W. good contribution of money, that this Bacon, of Paris, Ky. work may be carried on so that our "The marriage will be a social ooor and hungry may be fed and event in February at the home of the cared for. bride-elect- 's parents. Mr. Bacon is Popular Winchester Lady Undergoe' very prominent socially in Paris." Successful Operation at St. Jo GIRLS TO GET MONEY This announcement will be receivseph's Hospital in Lexington. ed with much interest here, where Canton. O., Jan. 12 The 14 court has many the bridegroom-to-b- e Mrs. J. W. Scobee. of this city, unhouse girls, to wliom Samuel Rudv, friends in social and business circles, Joseph's derwent an operation 3G years old, has willed $1,000 each, and is known as "G." Bacon. He is rlospital Thursday morning at 11:30 will not have to wait until the retired the popular president of the Paris o'clock for the removal of what was farmer passes away to get their be- baseball team, and is a prosperous thought to be a growth on the liver. quests, lie is planning to tnrn the young bachelor. A message to The News at 250 money over to them at once because Miss Behrman is a very attractive o'clock stated that the trouble was of little favors they had shown him young lady, who has been a frequent found to be gall stones, and that the durinsr court litisation against him. visitor to Miss Corinne Collins and operation had been entirely successhas made many friends here. ful. Mrs. Scobee is resting well, and Miss Edith Smith, teacher at War: develop will unless complications Charles, Buluois, aged 23, fined in renville, Ind., was killed in the soon be restored to health. . A great burden is lifted from the schoolhouse by' Sylvester Adaais, Hammond, Ind., for spanking his wife with a strap, said he minds of the many friends of Mrs. husband of her friend, whose atten Scobee, who were anxiously await- tions she had repulsed. Adams com thought this was a free country, and j he had a right to chastise her. mittcd suicide. ing news' of the outcome. uin animcrsaiy I" ennesoay e Lexington, Ky., Dec. 11. Relatives of the Rev. W. II. Felix, the noted Baptist 'minister, arriving here witi his body Wednesday, repotrt that Dr. Felix died suddenly while ont hunting with a friend near Clearwater, Fla. Being fond of bird hunting, yet feeble, he took a friend with him into the woods, and the friend had just left him to scare up a fleck of birds, leaving Dr. Felix sitting on a stool which he carried ier-Jour- " Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 11 Harry A. Schoberth and his band of braves who supported him in his fight for Speaker against Claude B. Terrell, went on the warpath Wednesday and. through a combination with the Republicans, took the scalp of the regular Democrats by amending a rule of the rules committee providing for vote to change or susa pend the rules so that a majority might change or suspend the rules at any time. Schoberth and his followers determined that it was a poor rule that wouldn't work both ways and as it had been provided that a majority should rule in the matter of preventing the smothering of bills) it ought to take the same vote 'to do any changing that might be regarded as necessary in the rules under which the House is working. There was considerable indignation among the Terrell Democrats but little was said about it by them. Schoberth was well taken care of by Speaker Terrell in his committee assignments, being made Chairman of Kcnhicky Statutes and being appointed on Court of Appeals, Codes of Practice, Confederate Home, Education, Xo. 1, and Rules. Tn the appointment of committees by Speaker Terrell, Hon. R. D. Hunt-- i er, ot (Jiark county, was given tne following assignments: Agriculture. Appropriations, Claims, (Chairman), Classification of Cities and Towns, onfedcrate Home and two-thir- nual mcssa-r- e to the Legislature. cbmmands that it pass an actpror hibiting any white person from teach ing in negro schools, or teaching ne- gro children. . MARKETS Cincinnati, Jan. 10. CaJtleTAcp. tivc at Monday's early, prices; ship,,, - TONIGHT A new version by Lcm B. seven-year-o- ld $G.356..'iO. Parker good to choice common of his beautiful society drama, "A (n fajr Iipifors. Axlr.a.i Girl of The Mountains," will be pre- good to cvhoice $o(o3.6."). rented Thursday night at the Win- - common to fair $3.2o4.83: cows, Chester Theatre. The natural gay- - -- xtrn --,o-, ni,.A u ,nsi ety and humor prevailing this play common to f air $1.7o4.25, i ,ntfr,' .. is aitogctner uciiguuui. it nas, i,na tp.iv -j furthermore, all the qualities that and slow; bolognas $44.7o, fat distinguish good drama from bad bulls .$4.73; milch cows steady. and every detail consistent with Calves Active, strong and 23 each character, is carefully taken 30c lusher, extra $10, fair to good care of; therefore, one acts with and .8.23(39.75, common and large $4.50 enjoys the characters, the intense g.75. situations that follow one another, lToArnrket infflis Wpp on rrom beginning to end. packers and butchers; 20c lower on It is a modern love story of New ; ht sh;pperg aml pUp. seectcd York society life and it keeps its ,,.,.. Mnnprs tK(a)RA0. iort tn hearers up to the highest pitch of pho;c.e paekers and butchers $6.33 interest and exictcment. The play Min. no.i,,,, B.iSfS!'R develops the theme that love is stags $33, common to choice mainstay of life, outweighing all heavy fat sows $45.75, extra $5.80 considerations, even that of a past. light shippers $5.836.10; pigs (110 Mr. O. E. Wee has engaged a splen- lbs and Ies) $4.233.75. did cast and a magnificent Sheep Steady; extra $3.653.73. will be offered. good to choice $3.253.60, common to fair $1.503. stock ewes $33.30 MAXIMUM FINE yearlings $3.304.30. $6.40 Lambs Strong, extra Canton, O., Jan. 11. Because $0.30, good to choice $6G.33, comRobert Ross, of Pittsburg kicked a mon to fair $4.505.75. defenseless dog to death here. Judge ? -$.-,.- pers .f(i7, extra (butcher steers, extra !fi7J07.2o . . -- 7-- 7 m:j scenic-displa- y .JW. W. B. Quinn Wednesday gave Ross TOO LATE TO CUSSfY the maximum sentence, a fine of $200 Ross claims he was taking the dog THE LYRIC to a creek to drown it, when it bit Revenue Man and the. GirL (Bio- him. Officers testified that the dog was badly mutilated and its pitiful jraph.) Driven From The Tribe. (Pathe) howls could be heard for squares . Her Hero. (Yitagraph) when Ross attempted to strangle it Matinee everyday at 2:30 aud 3:30 with a piece of cord. FOR RENT Cottage of five rooms, on College street; gas," electric lights and good stable. J. .N. Dallas, Texas, Jan. 12 The State Bush, Home phone 159. Board of Health has started an investigation of the meningitis epidemLOST ,Pair nose glasses in case. ic in North and East Texas. Over Return to Dr. Clark office. 300 cases of the disease, with a high death rate, have been officially reFOR RENT 6 room cottage on Colported from several cities. lege street. A bargain if rented at once. C-jl-l Home phone 91, 329, or Eleanor Ruth Colburn, wife of a 28; East Tenn. 91. Chicago specialist many years her senior, has, sued for divorce claim- - LOST An automobile chain in eUy Thursday. Dr. W. A. Bash. ing that, she prefers her art to a husband. 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Now is your chance to buy your clothes at tuit .Ir GENERAL. OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THK PRINCIPAL CITIES lb MURDER IN LEXINGTON LESS TEAn LETTER RECEIVED FROM MR. H. C. T V That was a terrific indictment of Lexington Judge Charles Kerr gave the Blue Grass capital when he said it and Fayette county furnished more homicides in the past year than London, England, with all her teem- ifc U ing millions. We haven't the figures j handy but we know something of JUT Judge Kerr and he would make no such statement without the facts to SSSJ-- j back him. Lexington has been blessed with 4fc several killings the past year in the Bed Light district, hut, so far as a close reading would permit, we have failed to not that a single murderer H .j. Tiras sent to the electric chair by a "r "'Payette jury. In only .one instance ' Tre' 'remember was a life sentence .:Onc slayer got oft aholute--j'nf- ) ly pcot free, and another was sent j lIlKl to .lunailc" asylum from' which he d. un-S3- 3f especially punished. in murders that go nn- - JETT Every article in the store must be Sale is now going on. 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. SJ! THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. To cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. R. E.. Fisher, Washington, Kas., says: "I was troubled with a severe attack of la grippe and nothing 1 used did me any good? and I was A threatened with pneumonia. friend, advised me ti$ iwsc Foley's Honey and Tar Compound atidT'got some at once. I was relieved from the very first. By the time I had The Wednesday night. taken three bottles my la grippe was rest in victims of these-crime- s soiie. I believe Foley's IToncv and gtU-- j WSW&qpd niihonored graves while Tar Compound to be the best medibreath the air they cine I ever used and always. keopa ' and actually mingle WnillJWontanriaate ; .: to be respectable with men who claim For Sale by All Dru; fr- - V ft The following letter has been re ceived from Mr. II. C. Jett, af Eliza bcthtown, Tcnn.: Elizabeihtown, Tenn, Mr. R. HI Perry, Winchester, Ky. Dear Sir: I want to renew my Mibcriptiun to your, paper and the surest way to .do Lewis R. Hampton, Receiver. A. H. Sympson, Manager. GEO; FOX, r .iA.ifl..scnd..xou..lbe..woncy.. .'n ldcasi' find check for same. I am always nu,torw Ijitjtli2 puppus 1 have rejdit!hu- - 2.1 year. jmrnlil feel lost to ti l have it. SdHitcaVp add my naimr lomanotl.er-yoar- .Yours truly, Salesman 1 ; - KKtKKttmpOKKB1 I ...... Misses ELKIN and REID, Sales Ladies J r4A ll.iMiml.t.lil.-- mH i III J BM J III IIHIM Mill 111 ! Wi t.- - TmTi i - IIIIHMHIH IDEA i. "of -- IIUSTf.F Ijlfijithe cafes of Lexington. jjljI-TV- e ti -- nc". JETT. '" " Danville. Mr. Poweiv and Judge --- Tttrtap-gotYr Read Xlie Mews 1 I f" M ffdiiVjaV.' "" ' j.l?icsidciit,)vlu,,4jju;atcj. ,Uiat.tJwB. j Ve T , I I ! i i i M i. fl i t I I of killings in Nearly every J Breathitt 'United States will .newspaper in the '- publish the story of a killing in , Breathitt, but if such a thing hap-either noi pens in Lexington it is told1 at all in the outside press or i buried inside the papers publishing it without any unduly prominent headlines. Breathitt has suffered as a result and we doubt if even Breathitt county can equal the rec ord of Fayette last year in the reckless disregard of human life shown by its If some of those who make it a practice to loaf around questionable , resorts could be sent to the electric-chairwith regardless of their pull the'policc and with the community il would help mightily to clear the ail down in that populous, and wealthy county. The trouble in Fayette county is partly with the police in Lexington in their failure to clear out the restricted district of sucl' vagabonds and with the alleged respectable men of the city who associate with the cattle that infes! these joints and then attempt l mingle 'with men who have somr The trace" of are also to blame foi their apparent willingness to straii a point in giving the defendant ir murder trials the benefit of the doubt It seems they get all the. benefit judging from the result of the trial.' in the Fayette courts. bear much county. gun-user- PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER All kinds of stenographic work ;tt reasonable prices. Miss Alice Moss, FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM- Senate is mighty cjose pilitically thcc da vs. and he couldn't afford U lose the vote of licpuUlicaH Sena- - EVERY SUIT AND OVER COAT MUST BE SOLD J POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE' Mr. Jas. McCaffery, "Mgr. of the Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recommends Foley's Honey aud Tar Compound, because it cures in every case. "I have used it 'myself anil I have recommended it to many others who have since tto'd me of its great curattivc power in diseases of the throat and lungs." Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a reliable family medicine. Give it to your children, and take it yourself when you feel a cold coming on. It check? and cures coughs, colds and croup and prevents bronchitis and pneumonia. Re fuse substitutes. 'For Sale bv AH Druggists. tors. The split between the President and liepiescntative Powers was a fruitful topic of discussion among politicians., Kentucky Republican It is stated that the President believes that Mr. Powers is not cntliu iastically for him for renoniina'tion, and is therefore proceeding to corral tho delegates without reference to the Eleventh District Congressman. Powers' union with his ancient enemies, the Edwards faction, for the retention of Cooper forms an amazing chapter in Kentucky Republican politics. Powers, with the assistance of Senator Bradley, defeated Edwards for rcnomination and now finds himself lined up against the Senator and with Edwards. District, Attorney Morrow, of Covington; Charles Finley, of Williamsburg; Hiram Johnson, of Laurel county; John G. Matthews, of Knox county; James Denton, of Pulaski and a number of others are being mentioned as .candidates for Representative Powers' seat in the House should the Eleventh District member announce his opposition to tho renominalion of President Taft. Senator Bradley, the leader of the Taft forces in the state, reiterated that the President would get the delegation to Chicago, regardless of the present flurry. N nt MolTett & Spencer's ternity Building. A LIBERAL We Guarantee office in Fra- OFFER to Relieve Dyspepsia. We Fail The Medicine Costs If Nothing. s. To unqpestionably prove to the jeople ihat indigestion and dyspep-5a- i can be permanently relieved and :hat Kcxall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring about this result, we will furnish the medicine absolutely free if it fails to give satisfaction to any one using it. t The remarkable success of Kexall Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! legree of scientific skill used in their formula as well as to the Will pay yon the Highest Cash arc exercised in their manufacture Prices for your Furs.. properties vheicby the ' J. W. HISEL jf Bismuth-Subnitraand Pepsin Bridge Junk Shop, have been combined with CarminaNo. 23 North Mapie st. tives and other agents. EastTennessee Phone 215, Home ng well-knote V. i I 2 ! 9. v and Pep-iPhone 596. constantly employed and recog-lize- d ire by the entire medical' profesADVICE OF BRADLEY sion as invaluable in the treatment 3f indigestion and dyspepsia. May Ccst Split Kentucky Delegation The Pepsin used in Rcxall DyspepJudge Tartar Tells Taft. sia Tablets is carefully prepared so Washington, Jan. 11. The Presias to develop its greatest efficiency. Pepsin supplies to the digestive ap- dent caught a" Tartar at the "White paratus one of the most important House when Judge Roscoc Tartar, of Few people in Central Kcntuck; elements of the digestive fluihl. Somerset. Ky., called with Represenhave forgotten one famous Fayettr Without it the 'digestion and assimitative Powers, Eleventh Kentcky District, to urge the retention of case, when a young saloon loafei lation of food are impossible. Collector of Internal Revenue Coshot down withont provocation on The Carminatives possess properJudge of the leading citizens of Lexington ties which aid in relieving the distur- llector Cooper at Danville. gave a straw bond and was practi- bances and pain caused by undigest- Tartar told the President that he cally allowed to walk oC the Polict ed food. This comVtiiiation of tlie-- e was ignoring all his old friends in Judge and the police officials, anr ingredients makes a relief of indi- Kentucky and turning everything has never been apprehended to thH gestion and dyspepsia. over to Senator Bradlev, who had day. A man who slew a councilWe are so certain of this that we opposed him four years ago. man in his own hotel has been twice urge you to try ltcxall Dysepsjn Judge Tartar said the retention of tried with hung juriesboth times. It Tablets on our own personal guaran Cooper would bring about harmony seems that it is impossible to obtee. Three size's. 25 cents. 0 cents--, in the Eleventh District and result tain the conviction of ir nd $1.00. Remember, yon can ob in a delegation to the. Chicago con'tatconnly. So longas that con- tain Rexall Remedies only at our vention, for" the4 iPresidentl He had dition obtains Lexington is likely ti store The Rexall Store. Phillips do'nbts if this wohld be. the case if - continue to, lead London. Jn "mart the'President followed Seuator Brad- street. Bismuth-Subnitrate n ll-18-4- self-respe- ct. jurie-themselv- Remember we are determined to sell every suit and overcoat in our house this sea-- " son. We have two months to do it in, you will be interested if you take the time to look. It will be your loss if you fail to take advantage of this opportunity. "THIS WEATHER YOU V MUST HAVE ROBBERS" . -- gun-use- rs Ill- Charles Duham, Lovinglon, has succeeded in finding a positive cure for bed welting" "My little hi y wet the bed every night clear thro' on the floor. I' tried several kind1-o- f kidney medicine and 1 was in the drug store looking for something different to help him when I heard of Foley's Kidney Pills. After he hail taken them two days we could sec a s change and when he had taken of a bottel he was cured. That is' about six weeks ago and he hat-no-t 'wet in bed since.' For Sale, by All Drusrdsts. two-third- the-tes- t. "WHITE OAK" Rubbers have stood We have them in Overshoes, Arties and Boots. Test them this time, they are guaranteed. Mil V(?., v ,, ;' -- r" 1 - -- - - THg WUICHlE5l-EimEW- t: . , , ? -- V PyTfrw.' Stop coughing! Coughing rasps and tears. Stop it! Coughing prepares the throat ar ' lungs for more trouble. Stop it! Thereto nothing so bad for a ouh as coughing. Stop ft ! Ayers Cherry Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medicine. Use it I Ask your doctor if this is not good advice. iJti.U: SELLS BUNGALOW Get a "BIG BEN," he's the most wide awake iellovV' we know. He'll make it eas3' for you to get up. Hate to get up these cold mornings? DOJM'T YOU It I ' 1 . J; I I Ask Your Doctor ARTIS & CO : C. "Jeweler BO WEN H. and Optician" Pjaipiues division, hopes to trau-po- rt dis- 0 No Luncheon i C IETY ' i IN!, Piques, For Your Spring Sewing! Einens, The ladies of the Central Baptist linirch will not serve luncheon on Saturday on account of the extreme ii i uuu wciimcr. The exchange will lie conducted ! the window of 3Ir. Harvey Frankr lin's store. To "Give Social The Philathea C'kiss of the Central Baptist church will entertain with :i socsal' at' the court house, on Friday night. Everybody is invited, each quest being requested to bring or.o lemon and a few pennies. The money is'to be used towards furnisjiiu.r a- Philat-heclass room in the new ; church. ington, Tuesday, with Jlrs. Seobec, who is ill at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Buss Burlc, of Lexington, his brother, Mr. W. J. Burk. of Lexington. tMi-- s Kdna Hays will leave Thursday to resume her position as a teacher in Georgia. Mr. Frank Cook, of near Winchester, left Sunday for Tuscon, Arizona, for his .health. Mi-r-Orace and Matt Garrett have icturned to Georgetown college to resume their studies. Mi ; Stanley Jackson will leave Friday to visit Mrs. Rosa McLennan, in Louisville. es Flaxons,)' Ginghams, Crash Suitings, Embroidered Voiles, j Logan at nooa patch the Mr. Yic Bloomfield -- old to X. A. Thursday for China with tic first Powell his handsome bungalow on battalion of the Fifteenth Infantry. the corner of Lexington and Burns. Tho trtops. number about ."lOO 'tncn. i avenue. Price private. will board the Logan Thursday, but as there is a great deal of work to NOTICE be done prior to sailing, it is more than probable .that the departure The fine Jersey bull. Billy Goou!.-- . ninv delr.ved until evening. will serve cows at .2.00, money due 1 at time of service. FURS!!! FURS! FURS!! T,. A. OGDEM. Will pay yon the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. GEN. BELL TO SEND J. W. niSEL Bridge Junk Shop, BATALIOM TO CHINA No. 2.1 North Maple st. Manilla. Jan. 10.-- Major Gciicr.il East Tennessee Phone 215, Home o Bq!l. commanding t!i Phone 500. J. Franklin ll-llm- Lawns. The patronage of the public for the New Year, and give assurance of continued courteous and careful attention to orders. WE SOLICIT Home Phone 3T4-- They Are All N&w', eJ. FURS! Will FURS!! pay yoa the FURS!!! Highest Cash W. HOLLAR E. Tenn. 106 E?3 Mrs. Stanley Babcr, of North Pi ices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Park, is quite ill of stomach trouble. Bridge Junk Shop Mr. Lee Allen, who has been No. 23 North Maple si g-relatives heie for several week-- , East Tennessee Phone 215, JToni' returned to Pari-- , on Wednesday. Phone 59G. Miss Bessie Peddieord left Wednesday for a vi-- it to her sister in ' ,i SEWELL S iSHOP Louisville. ; hi, Mrs. J. W. Scobee'5 co'ildiiior is Miss F.lla Trimble, of Ml. Sterling. unimproved. iisiiod 'the family (iW.lr. Iu.M.iEu- Miss-- 1L11I? .Mac Baker and Mr. Yo-- j i '''"i . ii' r Chancellor, of Lexington: Mis. KJ 1 f I hank, the past week. .M is.s Klizaljqtb, Scolt spent Sevev;'liroiu liej e aJleniJed chtjrci jjjU jjjjji.jUScoU-.an, vjlM Mrfi- - liaquei --Morgan. . isuIay, ri Tdt. V'Wn Sunday. lim n Mr. and Dv. Clinton Iledger have Will Scobec ajyl duug'ilur. rrTnrm'l iVons a ten. days' visit ti visitini , Fresh, Dainty, "Right1'! IS THE TIME to have your horses rough shod. ' Mr. R., ,N.. Mansfield has charge Q.f.our horseshoeing department. fi i t t.. I '; .,r. ARTIS :& CO Bu Tneinnati. The farmers of this place are very busy putting up ice. Several from here attended the Marty Wednesday night at Mr. Shir- ter, liosie Louise, spent a most pleasant day with 3lrs..C; E. Yeary. UMHERI SCOTT i lexirfgtor-Av-r ... . j to $2.50 value 100 Ladies' purses, from $2 Black Heatherbloom from $2 to $3 values Y 25 Serge and Velvet up to $15 values last Thursday. LADIES Mr. W. W. Haggard has been sick for the pa t week, but is now better. Mrs. Sallie Mullins and Mrs. Julia Eternal Vigilance is The Price of 'cy Sumpters. Luxurant And Radiant Hair. Miss Cornel is visiting Mrs. Saul Dichr. were the guests of Mrs. K. day last week. Stone, of this place. If dandruff germs are devouring Miy.Dave Sims has been confined Mr. Seth Rupard was in Mt. Ster the nourishment that belongs to the time for the past week with ling Thursday on business. hair it will soon begin to fall. Fura verv sore hand. J. D. Monroe sold some shoats thermore it will lose its life and SEE Ulster and will become dull, faded for $4.00 per head. you can get your photo taken at and even look slovenly. Earp's Studio this week at greatly If you have any signs of dandruff Norfolk, Ya.. Jan. 11. Captain reduced prices. yoa ought to go right to your drugCharles Miller and three men, composing the crew of the barge Alaba- gist today and get a bottle of PARIFOLEY KIDNEY PILLS This delightful and ma, went down with their vesel the SIAN SAGK. refreshing hair tonic is guaranteed miles east of Capo Lookout Monda becau-- c ilways give satisfaction oy Phillips Drag Store to kill danNorfolk heard t'10 new they always do the work.' J. T. morning. n druff, step falling hair and itching olielnut, Bremen, Ga., says: "1 have Wednesday when Captain W. L. and three men, the rescued ere scalp or' money back. And it does great ased Foley Kidney Pills with satisfaction and found more relief of the barge Pocomoke were brought Just what it is guaranteed to do and that's- why its sales are so enormous from their use tha nfrom any other in. the country over. PABTSIAN SAGE tried alkidney medicine, and I've is the favorite of refined women. TO INSTALL OFFICERS cheerfully recmost all kinds. I can One bottle proves its superiority. ommend them to all sufferers for kidThevModern Woodmen of America Foley trouble." ney and bladder 'will meet at their hall in Fraternity FURS! FURS!! fURSM! Kidney Pills will cure any case of Building Monday evening at 7:30 ti trouble not beWill pay you the Hfgnest Cash kidney or bladder install officers for the ensuing year. " j No Prices for your Furs. yond the reach of medicine. All members are requested to be W: HISEL do more. medicine can J. i present. Bridge Junk Shop, i For Sale by No. 23 North Maple st. Anse AYhite, of Breathitt county, Hi, SPEWS! One lot of Overcoats worth from $10 to $15, now llar-iiia- - (191 ! I ; One lot of 10c Socks- - in all Phone 215, Home East has just been released from St. Phono 596. Joseph's Ilosptial, in Lexington, Miss Fannie Sims and sister. Miss where he underwent treatment for a Maud, and Mr. John Pence, of WinColumbus, 0.. Jan. 11 What pislol wound in his wrist, which he chester, were the guests of relatives the day to divide threatened early in received in an altercation in Breathhere, Sunday. into convention itt county, burst into the limelight in the constitutional Miss Mayme Yeary and sister. contention camps of Lexingtcn Wednesday night, when he opposing Mrs. Eva Babcr, of Wades Mil. and into harmcny late in the day was lodged in jail on a charge of disMrs. Cora Monroe, and little daugh and Picsident Herbert S. Bigalow orderly conduct and carrying conwas"" voted authority to name the cealed weapons. standing committees that will work out the plans for a constitutional reSKATING RINK. AUDITORIUM Cynithana, Ky., Jan. 11. Albert vision to be submitted to the convenDay. SO" years old, a well known citiDODGE who Tennessee colors, now ll-18-4- ed Matinee every day from 2 to Admission 10c, Skates free. Night 7 to 10. Admission 5. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUII CO. A. M. BOMB, o - Inc. j,, n 10c. Skates 15c Particular attention to Ladies. Beginners taught free from 10 Manager. . .. - ".v - Phones ijpi P! to 12 A. M. " 61 Mam Street & & WINCHESTER, KT D. B. SCOBEC, Mgr. zen of the White Oak neighborhood, dropped dead AYednesday afternoon at his home.. Mr. Day was in town Wednesday morning and seemed in tie best of health for one of his age, jb'eing an unusually active man and well preserved. Mr. Day 'was' a life Bong' member of the Methodist Epis copal church at White Oak. tion. MM ZELLNEH-BLOOMFIELD Ky., Jan. 11 Ollic Lexington, Broaddus, formerly a local bnfeher. who killed Debbie Harvcj-"- , last summer, and who was adjudged insane and sent to the Eastern Kentucky Asylum in Lexington, escaped from the later institution early Wednes day night: CLOTHING (Incorporated.) & - 1 - II A 111 S5CS3S- - - Pie Fay - - - - - " " THE WINCHESTER MEWS i " : HALF HOUR SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AT TKE ifiglit to save him from death in the electric choir. Moses Grant Ed- ! mauds, wealthy father of Miss Ed-- I mands, had a leughtly conference with Richesbn's attorneys, at which ' plans were laid to seeuie a commutation of sentence. Austin, Tex., Jan. 11. Abi.nt fifty families, mostly women and children, seeking a temporary' residence free from cerehro spinal meningitis, arrived here Wednesday from North Texas points. A large number of families is said to have pased thru en route to San 'Antonio, where the disease has not appeared. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 11 A Philadelphia newspaper quotes Mr. Bryan as follows on the Democratic MED COLUMN ' , CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS, te a ward far a atafta Martatt lc a war far ttraa iiaamWva tah 4& a ward far aaafe aMWaaal feh aartlaa, . v .i tOc a ward aar await. Scattered huarlMM, la par S5 InsartleR. (fatal Imartai CURRY DRY GOODS CO'S SALE Clarks O. N. T. Spool Cotton, 2 for far taaa ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! fcratch and rub rub and scratch until you feel as if you could almost tear the burning skin from your body until it seems as if you could no lonser endure these endless days of awful torture those terrible night of sleepless aeony. Then a few drops of D. D. D.. tho famous Eczema Specific and. Oh! what relief! The itch gone instantly! Comfort and rest at last! D. D. D. is a simple external wash that cleanses and heals the inflamed skin as nothing else can. A recognized specific for .Eczema, Psoriasis. Salt Itheum or any other skin trouble. TVe can give you a full size hpttlo of the genuine D. D. D. remedy for J1.00 and if the very first bottle falls to give relief it will not cost vou a cent. We also can give vou a sample bottle for 25 cents. Why suffer another day when you can Eet D. D. D.? far haa tkaa IS aaata. From 9 to 9:30 2 pair to a customer A. IVI. ' 4 to a customer 1VI. J) jp " TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT ,1 1 $1.25 Lace Curtains, at..., Fi om lO to 10:30 A. flA -- JM nAM rflir J nA f HP vv AA 25c Silk Ginghams, at ; ; From 11 to 11:30 A. M. IVI. A Presidential situation: "I have not yet decided upon my candidate. I want a strong, active Of the candidate.? at progressive. present in the field Gov. Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey, seems the mol progressive. I am not in favor of any third party movement. Boston,- Mas., Jan. 11. Two women and a man were burned to death, - f li cc .t or be-- ,t sm.'.il store ro.im 11 on vfi, location the Haiii city. Pi(c right. Office No more than 10 yards to a customer HP VAIII v in JTcEldowney Building BOTH PHONES J One lot of Corsets, worth up to $5.00, at . No more than one to a customer Froml:30to2P. V .1 For Sale By Strodes Drug Store. Triumph of Intellect. The triumph of pure Intellect would mean, as Emile Caro points out, that there would be not only no more religion but no more philosophy, nor'any kind of poetry; nothing, in fact, bni physlca, chemistry, and physiolw. .: A . FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder! Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phone 232. -tf FOR From 2:30 to 3 $1.50 and $2.00 Shirt Waists, at F IVI. . -- part of house on corner of Jlain and Hickman. Dr. RENT A C. Vauglit. S v No more than 2 to a customer ."HP v w "EXTRA SPECIALS THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STORE" at least ten others had narrow escapes from a similar fate, and daring rescues by firemen, police officers and citizens marked a fire in tb four story building at 10 Willnrd street early Wednesday. A human life chain from the roof of an building to the nearest window of the burning building saved the lives of a woman and her son Suit was We'dnestlay asrainst Foxliall P. Com-l:in- y Iveene by the Waldorf-Astori- a for $Gf03C07. It is stated in tho paper., that the hotel has been trying to collect' the bill since 1D1CL It is charged that Mr. Keene. between February. l'JOfi. and October, 0, l!)10, contracted an iiidebtednepi-fo- r lodging, food and money loaned ainounting :to '7,0.G.07. lie paid $1,000 on this account, it is stated. Foxliall P. Keene - a noted polo player and spor'tsriJali. He dins 'bcon active in Wall and was a special partner in a'bro'k'cragfc firm whic-' failed some years' ago. .New York, in ij J. old ':;h-e- :i. LOST A pair of f. I Return to this ouiceJil-O-.case. Z7l RENT Two-stor- i in on n y Jiouse -tf THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. Haggard street with gas and stable W. P. Azbill. LOST Pocket book containing .f.Vl, collar button ai d shoe buttoncr, between Winchester and Beckner-vill- e. d. Retnrn to News office. Kc-war- Jan. 11. KENTUCKY. . Terms Cash H. I have a few good buyers for farm?. Those actually wanting to sell farms, call up C. E. Smith, Home , wk phone, 47C. ' -1 WINCHESTER THURSDAY, '! THEATRE Drama l! GILBERT t I CO. FOR JANUARY Home Phone 37 RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 A hoUSI corn gronnd: clover-sod- . and 10 acres in grass. J. 1'.. Croxton, Home phone 813A. -tf O. E; WEE;; ;bfffers 4f he Thrilling?; . Romantic DR RENT Store-house- ,, dwelling A GIRL J Hi. OF THE MOUNTAINS IN 4 ACTS DRUG STORE. i of six rooms; pair stock scales. Five .miles, from . i. I ' X - - , A Guaranteed Attraction of Merit, Comedy, Pathos, Emotion. Seats Now Selling At STRODE'S Lancaster, Ky.1, Jam 11 A shoot-Jiiscrape occurred at Paint Lick, a village' of upper Garrard, which will very 'likely result in the death of George one of ' the participants. Flulcy, aged alwiut thirty years, wa- -' shot twice during a quancl witl Thiiinas Ralston, the difficulty takiiii. place at the store of Treadway & jr on Winchester ; good pike. .Apply .to Kobbins at this office. "MCRS THAN WET" '?:..--; q - can Lexington Laundry Company save you express on Dry Cieaning which is our speciality. R. 8!D ELKIN, Agent. I FOR' SALE 100 extra,, nice Rhode Island Bed pullets and (jojjkrc.. Home phone S13--tf PRICES The Path of Happiness. Idle Wonder. Thou caust pass they life In an instead of wondering how some worn- quable flow ,or happiness. If thou en joot E0 pretty on the street, we canst go by the right way. and thnk j nnd ouriCivcs at a loss sometimes 10 nd act tn the right way. Marcus ( un(erstami how they manage to look Aurelius. EO poorly at home. i 25c, 35c5 50c. I STARTLING SPECIALS! I We arc looking for the Cinderella's of the town and county. Do you wear a a 3, a 3 or a 4 B? Is your foot small? 2, Then see our Sample Shoes at They are worth $2.50 ,and $3.00. Other: grades . $1.79 a pair. at $1.98 and $2.48, worth fi $3.50 and $4.00.' ; '; ' i i, i Materal; Gun Metal, Kid and Patent, Lace arid Button. Tell your friends the good news, We must sell to make room for Spring goods. r 0f MASSIE THE SHOE MAN" Guests at the National Hotel in ' BRIEFS Chicago wcic thrown into a p:inic Ky., Jan. 10. The Maysville. ' w!kmi sparks liom a .fl()(),U00 lire death of Louis lto-c- r here Tuesday ' which destroyed an adjoining' build- - disclosed a family secret, which was Han Fraiiirir.ro, Jan. 31. Dr. Sun nig ignited the root. Ao one .was that absolute silence had licen mainYnt Sen, President of tho new Chi- hurt and little damage was doac. tained between husband and wife foi nese republic, personally will lead years. This tho past twenty-fiv- e jan n imy of 100,000 men against the Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 11. Wolast Snnday, when his wife 1liis announcc- j Manchus in Pekiujr. men jnny not give lectures or asked her husband to have, a cup ment was contained in a cable" mes-- j of any nature except upon of coffee and be replied ttiat lit by the sajre received Wednesday invitation of the Harvard Corporawould. In a few minutes he was ati Chinese The troops al-- I Fiec Press. tion. The corporation's ruling in tacked with heart trouble, dying a ready mobilized at Xanking: will be a this matter is an outcome of the re- short time afterward. ' part of the attacking army. cent controversy over the refusal to He willed all his vast properties permit Mrs. Emmcliue Pankhur-- t, to his wife, and he asked that Hochcster. N. Y.. Jan. 10 William the English suffragette, to speak in be eremated and the ashes Cwyinan. a young negro of Scotts-ville- . a Harvard hall. cast' to the winds off the Cincinnat: near this city, is barricaded in suspension bridge. his bouse and is standing off a Frankfort. Ky., Ky., Jan. 11. At Cynthiana, Ky., Jan. 11. Triafun jo-:-- e of officers who seek to arrest nooii Wednesday the members of the him. It U lea red that Cwyman hai Kentucky Senate appeared at the Miarddie, Jan .Australian, who lias working with the construction killed bis father and grandmother, door of the Iloii-- e of Heprecenta-tive- s been who reside with him. 'crew on the Louisville & Nashville and announced their readiness by a passenger t proceed jointly with the 'latter railroad, was struck Ky., Jan. II. The body, to the election of a United train near bridge No. 17, south of Jit. Sterling. rcsidenceof Oscar Turle'y, in this States Senator. A feiv minutes la- Lair Station and was instantly countv. . burned to . the ground with its ter a joint ballot had been taken, the daughter votes cast strictly along party lines, content?. The Frankfort, Ky. Jan. 11 The memcarried 'her mother" from the burning and Ollie M. James was, formally and bers of the Prison Board were given building from an upper story as the officially declared a member of the a heavy jolt Tuesday night when roof'lfell in. Senate of the United Slates from Chairman Prewitt, of the Democratic Kentucky to succeed Senator )Thom-a- s State Central Committee, issued a 'call for a caucus of the Democrats 11 Mrs. H. Paynler. - ' Lancaster, O.. Jan. Nancy Hall, aged sixty year., was In a speech tbenew Senator ex- of the House and Senate to nominate taken from her sick be'd here Wed- pressed his thanks "for the honor and a condidate for "State Librarian." nesday by officers and placed in jail, promised to be true to the trust. No mention was made in the call on the charge of having attempted to about the iPrison Board and Chairkill her entire family by putting Boston, Mass..Jan: 11. The fam- man Prewitt had evidently experiencpoison in- pancakes that she served ily of Miss Violet Edmands, fiancee ed a change of mind regarding his confess-cdxslny- cj them on December 12. The recovery of Clarence V; call, for the words "and Prison of insurance money said to have. of Avis 'Linncll.- joined the Board" had been put in, but been the, motive. in the scratched out. pastor's Woods. One bullet took effect" ii Finley's nee!:, the othar in his leg. The quarrel was the outcome of a previous trouble which occurred at the time of the election. SQ HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms with gas and water. Apply to A. n. Sympson, corner Maple and Hickman streets. 12-29-- U' FOR SALE ifI0 !. rnillta BIT. I1 1UXTII Ccijhlt C.71TCB! The Big Run Coal, tho market; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Construction Company. best on the 11-28- -tf NWS o. in lot. Ctlhli Insure iu Clark County Vafiona! BAN& gitlH. Iid accounts and of STROTHER'S OLD RELIABLE REAL ESTATE AGENCY FIRE INSURANCE AND 18SS tffflc Fraternity Bide, Mmm 185 Merchants, Farmers Home Traders SaHclted Fnoat 794. omc noun j ' tW CctiectlM; lade on All Points. DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST, " Flftli Floor JfcEMowwy BaiUiaf. Capital and Surplus WINCHESTER, KY. $350,000.00 KILE.THE COUCH and CURE the LUMPS REAL ESTATE. WITHlJR.MRb5 NEWDISCOVERY HiDrquuns up sot&$t.oo '""fMOLPSPj-TBW- . AK5AILTMR0ATAM0 r . rent. Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or A specialty of Lot sales. BLOOMFIELD & RATLIFF awning I LWIGTROUitES GUAPANTEED SATiSFACTORY Off fiiONY REFUfOED. Auditorium Bldg. J. M. STEVENSON Attorney-at-Law it 0V ..O.O'.'.'-'.'.'.'- O 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. at-Law - - Brino Your Furs, Hides And Kinds of Metal to CHAS. ZIGMAN Junk shop at Wainscott Court, North Main street, and yet the Highest Cash Prices. All PENDLETON, BUSH 5 I IUSH-Altorneys-- 4 5th Floor McEldowney Bnfting WincRcstv, Ky. lawVer-.'Wed.iiesd- ay 1 0.'."."".0"0.'. .... rK Jr. ri' r .". .0 I , ..