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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 12, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912011201_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 12, 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. ill r- - - - LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 71. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912. TRANSPORTATION WEATHER Fair ami Centimml CM 2 CENTS A COPY; NEGRO NEARLY FROZEN 10 CENTS A WEEK DEEPEST SUNT MANY YEARS FURNISHED Thomas Kelly, Confederate soldier, on Jiis way to (lie home of relatives at Winchester, was furnished trans portation to this city, :FriIay, by the (M.iysvillc I MANAGERS OF Portsmouth authorities. ' Pedestrians Forced to Make Paths Independent. With Biooms And Shcvels Wade Almost Knee Deep. Or The deepest snow in many years is covering the "round in Central Kentucky.. The weather is extreme ly cold, and forecasters give no hope of immediate lelief. Early Thurs day morning, snow began falling and did not cease until late Friday morning. It was necessary to make paths "with brooms and shovels before the people could make tl from, their residences to the street and to their places of business'. In AP E many place', the snow was drifted to a depth of many feet, and early pedestrians were forced to wade almost Mayor J. A. Hughes had REFORM a sledge put to dragging the street? during the morning, and by noon, practically all inconvenience was ov- Twelve White Boys Wander CASE DISMISSED Dr. J. II. Tyler, colored, o"f this city, was tried t Lexington Monday on a charge of converting to iiis own use the poperty of another, Mary Fields, a negro woman of this city, charged with misappropriating 130. After hearing her testimony, Dr. Tyler was dismissed on motion of the Commonwealth, lion. J. M. Stevenson defended Tyler and C. S. Mof-fe- tt 'assisted in the prosecution. El knee-dee- p. most cut i - I- Country people wqre off from the city. The citizens should make it a point to follow the example of the merchants and have the snow cleaned away from in front of their residences as soon as possible, in order to prevent its packing and becoming hardened, which would necessarily make the clearing away a more difficult task. Dispatches state that while in Chicago the temperature ro-- o to 8 degiee-abov- e zero and remained at G above, at 9 p. ra, elsewhere in the Middle--weand Northwest the- mercury' level stood from zero to 38 below The coldest points were in the Canadian northwest. Hi -- mark, X. D. wiestcd the low mark fromilicino Hat, with 32 below, two degic'es coldw.-er than it.-- , rival. AtiPjih-Jbti- t 14:--a- t St 2G below; at Omaha, ercome. alst - About Aimlessly in The Snow And Cannot Be Apprehended. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 31. Somewhere in Fayette and adjoining coun ties, twelve white bovs from the Greendale ISeform. School are wan dering around, perhaps aimlessly, in the blinding snow storm, trvinir to dodge officers, following their escape in a body from the Reform School Thursday night at 6:30 o'clock. Two of those who escaped were found and returned to Greendale. but at an earlv hour Friday morning the oth er thirteen were still at large, and there was every" indication that they had so scattered that they may not all be found for some time to come, When the fifteen boys who escaped broke loose the bars before the win- - ! ' ! JUDGE BEN B. UNDSEY j Who Will Speak at tiie Winchester Opera House on Saturday Evening, Under tiie Auspices of Kentucky Weslyan College. Louis, zew; ntiMrirquelte Mfch.'.'-lf- ' G' above at ''Kanbelow; City'RTbL'ldv'; Denver. 4 abiive ' sas and at.KaltvJLh'kV City, Utah', hr temperatntef was just at freezing. DEATH OF CHILD The four1 vcar old son of Mr: a hi Mrs. Ben Prewitt died early Monda morning at the home of his parent? on the Donaldson pike, about 1 Y." miles f-Is ..r r.J.cr fx days illness of membranous croup The remains were interred in thi cn Turley graveyard Tuesday. HOME SAVING AND Will Open New Class to Begin Bust ness on The First Saturday V March, 1912. At a meeting of the directors of the Home Building and Saving Association Friday morning; it wa? unanimously decided to open subscriptions to stock in a new class, to begin busine-- s on the first Saturday in March, 1912. The new class will be known as ''Class C." A great many people have indented their de sire to take stock in tlie new class and it is thought ti.e class will be a large one, Printed blanks have been prepared lir the purpose, and solicitors will call on those desiring stock right" av ay. Besides these appointed to sf ii'it stock, anyone may subscribe by giving their uame and the number of shares subscribed to any member of the Board of Directors, or to Mr. S. W. Powell, SecTim retary of the Association. can't do a wiser thing than to subscribe for some of this stock, because it is the Irae system of saving, and yon will have money laid np to build you a home or for a rainy day before you know it. The dues will, of cour.--e, be the same as in the old classes. Raymond Duncan left Friday for iSheflield, Ala., to resume work a, brief visit to Winchester. I; V after Judge Ben B. Lindsey will deliver Lnpoitanl individual in all the world a lectuie at the Opera House, in this a boy. citv, on Saturday night, under the lie telK of the incident of his juauspices of K. W. College. dicial career that turned Jiis attenJudge LiiuNeys nailable lecture time-is ciitiiely sold for, the, coming tion to 4he boy. Six or seven years dow in a.batlmiom.Jii.tho ra:-- ' ,f the boystJ'.uloVmitriry,' just nftcM'wiiiter. ."With uu nir.ru. dat? :iv:;?'-''invi- ago; the district .jt morning- - "We have some burgthe- local conjuitteo is to- bo one finished their supper Jay night, they immediately scat- - cojrV.iInted for g.tting in on the lars to try this morning, Judge." And looking around he saw three lit1.1 (lnn.v ... f rod, .taking--everdirection of the fa 71 ngm tle boys sitting in the jury box. They as a means ot escape, it "S?.ulgc Jiiml-e- y s perhaps the biggest single de- - against great poU'cal , powers .in wore the "burglars' and that single was' livery' ever made' from that institu- - ("oloraijo, the far rc lulling results "of incident set Judge Lindsey to tiliink-inthe result being the present juhis' worlcamongj m d; fpr; lelinpuent tion. 'youth, iqgcthei; vyiLh'-kie graphic do- - venile system in the State of Colo.scription which he has given in con-- ! rado that is destined to become natinned story in E arybody's Maga- tional. ALL RECORDS In his lectures he touches many zine has brought hi n into the public ' of the problems of tue day eye as few other mc:i have been. Iiis pha-e- "The relating to the youth. He believes lent urc here will b' entitled, A BROKEN Misfortunes of M'ikey'? a lecture that parents should be held responwliich is as entcrl iining as the title sible for the welfare of- their chilbusiness men or Work By a Senate of Kentucky would indicate. In addition to en- dren. He also says that tcntaining his patrens. Hie committee should learn the facts oC the cause On Thursday. Practically Every Lindsey to a of crime and that no business will which brings Jud.-'Important Measure Introduced. community, does ti j communit" even ever succeed when it puts money Frankfort, .Ky.,' Jam 12. All rec- a hijriier serivee t".ian to entertain. above heart and conscience. Chil- ords for work by Ii Senate of Ken- Judgc Lindsey ha a message and dren aic the victims of industrial-tha- t message has ti do with the most j ism in thousands of instances. tucky were broken Thursday when began at 10:03 a. m. and 'he Senate adjourned at 4:03 p. m. More bills pital was made, and while the phy-- j EUGENIA PflnS during the first vere intruueed than sici.ms could not say certainly that nonth of last session. Practically Vobawe. si.e IS BADLY INJURED every important mature of the ses-io- u was introduced. resting well late Thursday night. Because Senator 'rhomas name Literary Well Known LeV.ington was so far down on the list he gave Woman Receives Painful injury to ET! 'o Senator Graham the County Unit Her Hip. Hill, which will be pushed by the ldmini-'tratioIS WELL PLACED The bill will be Lexington. Ky.. Jan. 12. When xne Aiiown as ftenate ihu ,o. 10. provisions of this bill conform to the leaving a meeting oi me united j Scnator prom Tlis Distrjct ls Mr,de at u.e ounty unit plank in the Democratic uaugnters oi nie touu-ucraccha,rman of .Rues And Common I ourthun-Tliursday atternoon at platform. Carriers And Commerce CommitPre-ideMcDermott showed that 4::!0 o'clock. Mrs. Eugenia D. Potts, tees. ho will tolerate no foolishness, fcr well known Lexington literary woman, shipped on the of In the committee when he ordered Sergeant-at-Arin- s stone steps of the Courthouse, and. the State Senate as made by Lieut. Young to go out and arrest Senators enough to constitute a quorum, lie in falling, received a painful' injuiy Gov. McDermott, Hon. Claude Thomthen had the doors locked and the to lier left hip. which may develop as, the Senator from this district, has been well iplaced. He is chairnewspaper reporters, in order to gel to lit a fracture of the hip bone. unae- -' man of the Committee on.Kules, and out their .copy to the telegraph office, Mr. Potts left the building Carriers had to put it through the opening lin- compr.nied and was preparing to also on that of Common ger the door. and Commerce. He is a member of leave the ground floor of the. Court house by, the Main street entrance. the committees on Contitutional Wide Scope of Legislation Nearly every subject of impor- She was'seen to fall by several men Amendments, lianks and Trust Comwas on ihe lower floor of the Courthouse, panies, Public Utilities. Penal and tance requiring legislation adwho went to her assistance, and aid- Reformatory Institutions, Congress touched on. When the journed there were many tired and ed her to a carriage, which took her ional Districts and Ueappqrtionment, worn-ou- t Senators, yet a motion to to her home, 303 South Mill street. County Unit and Liquor Regulation Monday was deUpon a physician's examination of adjourn over-tfeated. The prediction of President her injury, it being found that she Not from nature o to,f .t.tire's God. McDermott that the session ir.v. be was more dangerously hurt than was look nabut down from nat at first belivcd, Mrs. Potts was. taken ture through. Rota completed m lorry days, may no lr, tgomerrfrom her home to St. Joseph's llos- filled. j -mnt-veipg. ; I IS. negro man, was found almost frozen by persons livOE LOCAL BAR AUDITORIUM ing in the Goodes precinct Monday. The man failed to recover consciousness, and the authorities w.ere noti- Officers Hart and Ballard went Is Given to Policies Advocated by Announce Appearance of WOrld'S !e1Recognized Champion Skatorial lifter him and lodged him in jail. He Judge Ben Lindsey, Who WHI Lecwas still unconscious, but recovered 7. ture Here Saturday Night. Artist on January somewhat later. The management of the Auditorium The lectuie of Judge Ben B. Lindhave closed a contract with Albert sey, to be delivered at the Opera Woltz, by which that world-famoCOMPLICATIONS House Saturday evening, under the skater will appear in this city on auspices of the Kentucky Wesleyan Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, College, promises to be the greatest January 13, 1(! and 17. A E ARISEN treat that our people have had for Mr. Waltz is the world's recognizsome time. ed champion skatorial artist. He Judge Lindsey is a most pleasing will present his original skating spec- Because of Woman's Piesence On speaker, and his aldress on that ocialty, in which he seemingly defies Jury, And Case May Go to The casion should be heard by every man, all- laws of gravitation on Uuieyclc, Supreme Court. woman and child in this city. Pcdicycles and skates. One perThe attorneys of this city held a Seattle, Wash., Jan. 12. Because formance will be given each night, program the law holds that a jury must be meeting at the Court House last a complete cha-ngand. of held together in a murder case Mrs. Wednesday with Judge J. M. Benton nightly. Admission will be 10 cents, and I?etta Doddridge, a lone woman on a.s chairman, and the following resthe Bianchi murder jury, must sleep olutions were unanimously adopted: skates, 15 cents. "Judge Ben B. Limtey is today with the eleven men who are her colleagues. The trial judge held that perhaps the foremost reformer in her bed could be held separate from the United States. He has a nationTWENTY the others by a screen and that she al reputation gained by his ability, could have the attendance of a wo perseverance and courage in the great fight for civil righteousness, KILLED man bailiff. which was begun by him in Denver, The defense raised a point, insist Col., but whose influence has spread ing that even the compromise screen While They Were Attempting to Am- will not he literally in compliance over the entire country. His coming bush Body of American Troops on with the law, insisting that separate to onr city is an event of no mean The Island of Jolo. retirement of a woman bailiff at any importance, and the Kentucky Westime, for any purpose, violates the leyan authorities are entitled to our Mo-rManiila, Jan. 12. Twenty-si- x provisions. If Bianchi is convicted thanks, as well as eongratulations were killed Thursday while they the case will go to the Supreme for giving our people the opportunity were nttcirlpting to ambush a bedj Court on the question raised by the of knowing and hearing this truly of American troops on the Island of great man." woman's presence on the jury. Jolo. This endorsement of the local, bar In the course of the fighting, Lieut. means much and everyone should MeGcc of the Second Cavalry wa- - DR. j. G. nake an effort to hear this lecture shot twice and one American soldier Satur'dajr nlgEt p'!T; was wounded. P1CET0WN HEAD Brig. Gen. John J. Perilling, in the course of conversation declared that MARKETS Succeeds Woodrcw Wilson, Who Re he believes this fight would mark signed Presidency of Institution tc 1'ic end of the aimed opposition of Ceininnati. Jan. 11. Cuttle AcRun For Governor. the 3'oros to American rule in tile tive and strong at yesterday's prices islam1- - of Jolo. ertra, $7.237.f0; Princeton. X. J., Jan. 12. Dr. shippers John Grier Hidden, stuart profcssoi butcher steers, extra $G.356.30, of logic, was Thursday elected Pres- good to choice $3.336.23, common TEXAS SCARED ident of Princeton University by the to fair $4.o03; heifers, extra $5.75 board of trustees of the institution. (6, good to choice $35.65, co'rri-mto fair He succeeds Woodrow Wilson, who cows, extra AT MENINGITIS resigned the presidency in the fall $5.25, good $3.254.85; $4.505.10, to choice of 1909 to make the mn for Gover common to fair $1.754.25, canncrs nor of Xew Jersey. ?1.502.75; hulls strong and scarce; Public Gatherings .Given Up in North bolognas.$4.254.90, extra $5. fat anc! East Part cf the State and bulls $55.25; milch cows steady. Even Saloon Keepers Say Their Calves Slow and 50c lower; exUNDERTAKERS Trde Suffers. tra $9.259.50, fair to good $7.50 9, common and large $48. Dallas. Texas. Jan. 12. The men ace cE meningitis in Dallas and othBAR AUTOS Hogs; Market generally steady at yesterday's opening prices; selected r cities in North and East Texas heavy shippers $G.356.40, good has i.istilled such fear among all packers and butchers $6.35" Must Decide Whether a Mem classes of population that public Ccurts ber Who Uses One of Them Can ((76.40, mixed packers $6.156:35 gatherings have been practically stags .f35, common to choice heavy Retain His Member-hi- p. iban.Ioned. Even church meetings fat sows $4.255.85, extra $5.90 have been given up Society gather$6. light shippers $5.856.10; pigs Louisville, Ky., Jan. 12. The ings are rare, saloon keepers say that fear of the meningitis epidemic courts must decide whether an un- (110 lbs and less) $4.235.75. Sheep Steady; extra $3.653.75, has caused a serious reduction in dertaker who uses one of them can good to choice $3.253.60, eomon to their trade while women's and men's etain, the standing with his brother -15-1us Jeff Taylor, a ENDORSEMENT MR os f67, on n. e nt snow-cover- club meetings scheduled for the next undertakers he. enjoyed when the fair $1.503; yearlings $4.505.50. Lambs Active and strong; extra 'honk-honk- " vehicles were luxuries ten davs have been abandoned. .6.75, good to choice $6.256.65, rather than necessities. common to fair $4.506. L. D. Bax, member of the Falls QUARANTINE AGAINST WORLD City Funeral Directors' Association, lecture Get tickets for Lind-ev- 's Grovesbeek, Texas, Jan. 12. A Wednesday obtained a temporary in from canvassers or at Strode's Drug quarantine against the 'world has junction directing that the associa been established here. All persons tion refrain from dropping him from Store. Prices 50 cents for general admission; 35 cents for students, are warned against buying railway membership. and 23 cents for children, if tickets statetickets to Grovesbeek and the This act of the association is. ment is made that no one will be per- based on a resolution passed sever are bought in advance. mitted to leave the train if they al years ago and providing that no choose Grovesbeek as their destinamember of the organization should TOO LATE TO CUSSTY " Lime has been scattered use an automobile in his business tion. through the streets. There has been without first gaining the "consent of t THE LYRIC no menint-iti- s here. the other members. BAD MAN TAKEN se-si- on o - Mr. Bax, thriee refused such per(Biagraph.) Her Awakening. mission, bought a motor undertaker's (Kalem.) Blackfoot Halfbreed. TO 0WINGSVILLE. wagon anyway, and now is seeking His Stubborn Way. (Labia.) it compel the association, which Matinee every day, 2:30 and 3:30. Jas. Foskctt was arrested here sought by mutual agreement to' keep We keep our house wood and warm Wednesday afternoou by Deputy down the use of expensive equipment, j Sheriffs, Ballard and Hart. He was to endorse his departure from the FOR SALE A Xb. 4 Underwood wanted at Owingsville on two char- rules. typewriter in perfect condition; ges, concealed weapons and assault cheap. Inquire of O..C. Hardigg, George Drug Store. with deadly weapon. He was taken FINED FOR SPEEDING to that place Thursday morning by "Boh'; Lilly , of Lexington, was FOR SALE 500 ohaaka of good Officer Ballard and as a letter warn corn. A barral , taktfce shock. J. ed the officers that he was a bad fined $32.50 before. Judge Evans cme 813-H. Croxtcn,? man, and would take long chances, to Tuesday for exceeding the speed limit.' escape,, he was handcuffed A. - : I - . . . .. fir .7. -- I. ."J It vTHE.WIHCHESTER NEWS. THE WINCHESTER NEWS RANDOM SHOTS (By Capt. S. 31; oone) n, 1 1 I Mce. ItS-l- ll South Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky. Daily, Except Sunday. 4m J.;Jgc Morrow is a;tiue old geutlc-jiwand upon oncjoccasion while to. The weather still continues "Entered as second-clas- s matter, canvassing in the mountains of Ken- coutinuc, and if it does not turn November 28, 1908, at the postoffiee tucky late one Saturday evening, he warmer by and by, the, chances are is Winchester, Kentucky, under the caiae upon a band of honest that it wili remain moderately cool let of March 3, 1879." engaged iii a shooting until it gets warmer. I submit that match. John C:il!:o5n was the an- the above prognostication is absoBoth Phones 91. nunciator whose duty it was to ap- lutely correct, .my good friend Asa proach the target after each man Martin to the contrary SUBSCRIPTION RATES: had fired and to announce the result ' of the s2iot, which lie did in most By Mail cases in the following manner: "Just Now and then there comes to me Daily, one year $3.00 a little to the right"; "Kight square gems of poctc beauty, and just now Six Months 1.50 under the bull's eye"; An eye lasii this occurs: One Month 25 clinker and pigeon heel winker"; "Old Uncle Simon he Payable in Advance. "Center by God,"; "Just above the Climbed up a tree, bull's eye, and a little to the right, a To see what he could see AlVERTISiNI RATES: mighty good shot for beef." ' Here When presentlee, . the Judge called on a for His Uncle Jim 9m m, may cditioa M his rifle remarking, "Boys, I'll show Climbed up by the side or him Ifcr witka oa wick.. .50 you how to shoot."' Tic took long And squatted down by lie. Om wack, eoatiaBoasly 1.00 and .deliberate aim and the sJiarp Om eakadar mo- -, eontinnondy. 3.00 crack of the rifle rang out clear and The man that hath not music in his Vnr reka, 4 times a wftk 2.40 loud. Calhoon with great gravity soul is a stranger ip all sweet ffar Greeks, three tira ea week. 1.60 and dignity approached the target, sounds, except the jtooting of the 9$m weeks, two times a week. . 1.20 and, after a most critical examinadinner horn. Motte- -PLine: V' Long may she toot j tion of the board exclaimed in a To call the galoot. fcpr wteks, on tanu a week. . . .75 voice that could have been easily BMbtSM notices, bod type. . heard five miles: "Tan bark away off ,Pm reading, nnre heading. . . 156 to the left." Morrow had missed This fearful wintry weather ' EhxM continuous insertions of same the board and sculped as John said Makes birds of a feather Mtm at double the rate. a small oak which stood some dis- Kinder flock together, And the man that says, its not tance left of the target. CIusHM Per Wertf: This incident recalls another and Shoot him on the spot. 9m faaertiot, any edition lc KkzM insertions continuously .. 2c in which both Judge and good honest When the thermometer is registering ash Are additional insertions. o John Calhoon arc the leading char- C degrees above, let us all sing in 0M calendar bo., continuously. .10o acters. John, in order to enlarge his glad acclaim: lathisc counted less than 19 words. bank roll quite a number of years "Oh believers summer time's done No itCBt charged os hooks for ago, gave a barbecue, and posted gone (then) Col. Morrow, as the oratoi thaa 25 cents. Morrow was a fine If you shiver of the day. .!..!!!,!!... gentleman, Hunt up kiver speaker and a cultuj-em.iun-tainee- door neighbor's house on fhe. 'He did not holler for the best of reain and said:""Wife rim sons, buti-aout in the street and squall fire long andio)ad as';3"ott 'iwell fciiow the people won't believe me." rs Under order of the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, I am retailing the stock of Bosa Frank, Bankrupt. Ifow is your chance to buy your clothes at er tin, LESS THAN COST Sale, is now going on. .7c one-tu- ne 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. Every article in the store must be : - ". AJVLK SitJG iY GrNERAL. itiFiimiunNdW-iYoB- k awo cmcxt'o" JNCIP.l. CITIE OFFICES f :? ADMITS THAT HE S 17777 Pressed by Steel Probers Ironmaster p.Says He Urged Philander on No Tariff is Needed. Mc-kini- ey t it Jan. rll. Aiulreiv Carnegie, pressed hard Thursday by member's of the House Committee of Inquiry into the United States Steel Corporation, admitted that he recommended the appointment of. Philander' C. Knox, the present Secretary Cabinet in 1901, 3ilr. Knox having been one of the chief counselors of the Carnegie Steel Company since 1S90, when the Sherman anti-tm- st law was passed. Didn't Know Pools lillegal Mr. Carnegie repeatedly had declared before the committee that he never knew that the participation of his company in the steel plate pool and other like pools was unlawful, and Representative ilcGillicndy, of Maine,- sought to show that he had recommended to President McKinley "the "appointment of Knox, after the ' latter, as counsel for his company, had left liim in ignorance of the government statutes so many years. Says No Tariff Needed Mr. Carnegie also told the committee that he believed no protective tariff was necessary on steel rails or steel products. He asserted that "Congress need have no fear that for- eign rails would flood the United States if the tariff was removed. The ironmaster will be recalled Friday, though he urged that he be permitted to conclude his testimony of State, President as ilelvinley's Attorney-Gener- al in being a graduate of pid Center. Before tho speaking (began John took the Colonel aside and advised him that - there weraittrbles designated as the 25 and, 35, cent table, and that he .(John) was, Very' anxious the Colonel should reach the latter lablo bcforei the crowd made the grand ru&ii which always occurs at a barbecue. Morrow was in fiuefeltle that day. and while soaring high above the miasmas of this Sin'fcursed world plucking .stars here jnnJJ there ami brrathing oiit the mos beautiful sen J fences of high class'trhctoric John squaicd hinelf directly iif front of the speaker (who was holding the audience spellbound) and in a voice that was louder than thunder said: "Col. Morrow, I do not wish to con-stuyou, but the 35 cent table are now ready." Of course the Colonel descended from his high altitude and leisuiely wended his way to the 35 cent table. Who can or would forget if he could, these by gone davs "when the heart was young and the years were few?" I do not know; whether good honest John still lives or not perhaps he has ciossed the bar i' has, and I had power, at the final consummation of all things, I would say "John, come up higher." At last accounts the Judge was still alive and well, nd although the frosts of 75 winters rest upon his brow, his minds is as clear as a sunbeam, and his laugh like the rip-pi- c of pure water over pearls i rb And pile dc oak logs on. ":::::'v: ; A man who thinks That he's high-jin- Has corns on his toes And a wart on his nose. "The Random Shooter" in shooting around as might have been expected, has finally shot himself, not with suicidal intent, however, as he prefers larger game. Good women, God bless them; we G?orgc Washington was, , first in war. first in peace, and 'first .riVjtlic hearts of his countrymen. Let us ilways revere and love liiyi memory. Let if jils'o 'lie 'remembered that Georj. e 'raised up the hatchet Get tickets for' Lii:dseys lecture uaid ' Xone being present to sna'eTitl from canvassers or at Strodu's Dni-- ' And with fire in bis eye 'Store. Prices 50 cents - for gcncr.il Said ".'Daddy J. can',l lie . " Here Are, Facts Wc Want You To admission; 35 cents fpCistu'dcuts, ' iV 'hoy- - who i ' a! hat-yeProve At Our Risk. and 25 cents for children, if tickets Any has :( are bought' 'hi advance. forget Should remember and never Marvelous as it iu;iy seem. ,liV.all ;!ii: youth This truly noble "!).'' Hair Tonic has grown hair on always spoke the twith. He heads that were once bald. Who Of FOLKS : PAST FIFTY was called the' father!of 'his country. course, in none of Ihe.--e cases wcie, Always1 keep this m mind the hair roots dead, nor had the T And you'll never catch it behind scalp taken on a glazed, shiny up- - i Xcver tell a lie. pea ranee. What Glasses Arc To Weak Eyes. . Rexall "!).T Hair Tonic acts scienCascarets Arc To Weak Bowels tifically, destroying the germs whicl TO INSTALL OFFICERS A Box Will Trulv Amaze are usually responsible for baldness You The Modem Woodmen of America It penetrates to tho roots of the will meet at their hall in Fraternity uair, stimulating and' nourishing Most old people must give to tht Building Monday evening at 7:30 to them. It is a most pleasant toilet bowels some regular help, else the install officers for the ensuing year. requisite, is delicately perfumed, and suffer from constipation. The eon AH members are requested to bo will not gum or permanently stain dition is perfectly natural. It is jus. present. the hair. as natural as it is for old people ti We want you to get a bottle of walk slowly. For age' is never si FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Rexall "93" Ilair Tonic and ue it as active as youth. The muscles an Will pay yon the Highest Cash directed. If it does not relieve scalp less elastic. And the bowels arc Prices for your Furs.. irritation,; remove dandruff, prevent muscles. the hair .from falling out and proJ. W. HISEL So all old people need Cascarets. Bridge Junk Shop, mote an increased growth of hair, One might as wp!1 refuse to aid weal No. 23 North Mapie st. and in every way give entire satiseyes with glasses as to neglect Tennessee Phone 215, Home faction, simply come back and tel! East aid to weak bowels. The Phone1 596. us, and without quest ioiu or formal- ' bowels must lie kept active. This is ity we will hand back to you every important at all ages, but never so FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS penny you paid us for it. Two sizes, much as at fifty. 50c, and $1.00. Sold only at our Age is not a time for harsh phyblow with terrific force at the far store The Rexall Store. Phillips sics. Youth may occasionally whip north and play havoc with the skin, Drug Store., 50 S. Main street. the bowels into activity. But a lash causing red, rough or sore chapped can't be used every day. What the No Luncheon hands and lips, that need Bucklen's bowels of the old need is a gentle and The ladies of the Central Baptist Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes natural tonic. One that can be con the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled church' will not serve luncheon on stantly used without harm.. The only of the extreme s, for also bruises and piles. Saturday on such tonic is Cascarets and thev cost bad weather. Only 25 cents at All Druggists. onl.v 10 cents Per B0X it anv ilna-The exchange will be conducted in : , 1 siuiu. .iiiuy worK wnne you sleep. the windqw of Mr. .Harvey FrankNOTICE Lewis R. Hampton, Receiver. vA. H. Sympson, Manager. Misses ELKIN and BEI&, Sales Ladies j r GEO. FOX, Salesman mm :i;!;.imn!i fc I0-Ce- nt ll-38-4- King 3 Kumfort man whose feet are under regular eold-sqre- lin's store. The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'.oe, will serve cows at $2.00, money due Get tickets for Lindscy's lecturi-fror- a Thursday. lb It Six "$5.00 Skate Books will be away to the ladies at the Auditorium Skating Rink tonight 12-- lt have them here belowiby the score. But if you'll look round there's more. Shall I say they arc good? These last God forbid. Foriif I did I should lie. at time of service. B. A. OGD13N. COUNTY COURT canvassers or at Strode's Dm; i Store. Prices oO cents fop rcncnil admission; 33 cents for students. en, Mich., i civil war enntain. as a ' , .r .....1 !: i.:n reins lur ciniiiien, u i? uckcis lighthouse keeper 1 veiled' nwfn' in advance. wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might arc bought A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. For Years J. S Donahue. So. Hav- I a positive pleasure to the A Hettieton Style that is 1 SEE you can gel your photo Earp's Studio this week reduced prices. taken 1-- 2 -- at 12t . at greatly ' OLD BAPTIST CHURCH j ' Eld. J. J. Gilbert will preach at ,the Old Baptist church Salurday-anSunday mornings. d Mattio Keal Clay was appointed Who was the biggest l'ar that ever guardian of Neal McClure and Mat lived here upon the of this thew numc Clay, infants under four. earth? I shall not ans rer the quer- - teen years of age. ry now, but will relate an incident TIuston Beall, for his mother, Marthat may throw a little ight on tho garet Beall, exonerated on $2,000, an subject. Some years ago there lived error in assessment. in this citv a man who for kindness S. A. Haggard was appointed trusof heart was without n peer. He was tee of Claude, Buth, Stella May and out in his.baekyard one morning and Margaret Iiaggard, under the will of to .his horrof,, discovered his ijCXt Jas. BT. Haggard. ffe have been a wreck, himself, if ElecSix $.5.00 Skate Books will be Bitters had not prevented. away lo tho ladies at the Audiincy eurcu me ol Kidney trcume torrnin Skating Rink tonight 12-- lt and chills," he writes, "after I had taken other so called cures for FURS! rURSU! FURS!! years, without benefit and they al-- o Will pay you the Hlgnest Cash improved lay sight. Xow, at seven- Prices for your Furs. ty, I am feeling fine." For dyspepJ. W. HISEL sia, indigestion, all stomach, liver Bridge Junk Shop. and' kidney troubles, they're without No. 23 North Maple st. equal. Try them. 'Only 25 cts.. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home at All Druggists. H PboBetSSfi, wv. . tric measurements thru heel and instep. There are many such feet, but few shoes to fit them The King Kumfort is the best we ever saw. tion foot accurately, with comfort and good appearance. Put on a pair! "THE LEADING SHOE STORE" made of soft, Glazed Kid, and fits the combinalong-weari- ng It is Huisell & Smith ll-18-4- 'J - v'-- i j 9 3 THE WlWCHtpT.B MEWS. 4 . up these cold mornings? Get a "BIG BEN," he's the most wide awake fellow we know. He'll make it cas3T for you. to get up. . Hate to nnivi'T get vni t Profits per jhaie-j- . KRESS m, f i Total ....C: CLASS j i- ,f. - 1.00 Kt $2G.16fl "0.' j ANNOUNCEMENT Having purchased the Hardware Store of J. K. Allen, we will in the future carry a complete line of Hardware and Stoves. i ! M. and Optician C. Jeweler BOWEN Jl Xt m JH Wl 11 W T , OUR- -- : I ft 4t f I' m for the installation of officers. Kitchccck Dietrich All members requested to be pres: Tlic marriajre of Mis. IJuth Dor-lan- d ent. Dietlich to Mr. Glenn Hitchcock was solemnized quietly in Social Postponed on Thuifilay afternoon, Jan-n'ur- y have for Our The social announced for Friday arrangement-- : hail 11. The embroidery of lieen planned for a home wedding night by the (Pbilalhea Class of the arid most world for next week, and the news that t!ie Central Hapii.-- t church has been in' ceremony had been performed at an definitely postponed, on account o! we designs our earlier date came as a surpri-- c to the bad wo.ither. ' , season will win embroidery values for their many friends. favor with into ease The bride is a dnnslitcr of 1'iof. . Ifcv. Uruce Trimble, of Mt. SterJ and Mrs. C. II. Dietrich, and is a ling, was in the city Monday. ever. lovely and chainiinjr yoiiiijr lady. Miss Allen Crutchcr is Being a member of a distinguished Miss Sarah Peak in Louisville. of We will have family, she ' possesses all thoo Mrs. O. IJ. Venable is convalescent for selling, graces of mind and person which from an illness of several weeks. is to privilege of butonly a cultured borne atmosphere Miss Sarah Goodloe Denton disposition is singran impart, Her to cream of have from a visit to Detroit. ularly sweet, and her gentle, gracious Michigan. from. manner has endeared her to a largo Squire Dykes, of the Fiscal Court, number of loving friends. has been quite sick for the past ten Mr. Hitchcock is engaged in the days of la grippe. business in Xaslivilh;. A . clothing Mr. Milton Johnson, of Cynthiana an honorable and upright business visited his brother, Mr. 0. S. John--oman. be is known among the dealer--anlast week. patrons of that city, and in solion. Joe M. Kendall, of West Lib? cial circles be is always' ,wahn)y'vrel-comc- d erty was the guest 'this; week oCjMr;i io ML Sterling Tuesday by the ill- Annual Statement for. bis genial, personality. : and Mrs. W. T. Pony. O- fHitchcock will aiako Mr. and Mn. less of her sister, Mrs. Roger liarne Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard, of Detroit BUILDING AND ,.,WINCHESTER ! home in Nashville. their . here, the gucatsif jMr."sa!HT ?rcstonb4-ltivVrothliom;'.'Iiltvejicc-1 .ASSOCIATION '.I'lbJt .i: .'"' Mrs. Charles Duty. . er a visit to Mr. aim Mrs. Neighbors Mrs, Anna Stevenson-;indfaniH- j i:ii'iis;!.'.:i..(::uiti.. 'i'liim;! i j, Close, at .Business Deccember 3 , ,1911 ..mm,-- .Pprrv. have taken possession of Uieir-eltv- i 1.1 . ,CLASS "L" Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Mourt i .,. will meet in the Fraternity IliiiUuVr ganl new honip on South Main street Began, Business April 4tll, IblW . x ill Tne.-tla- v "o to Dade ciiv, Fia., the Urii' at 2 oVloc1.. Mrs. Homer MaeXcill was on aflernoou ASSETS. mouth's visit to' tf the week for ri'fi'ivable Iroin relatives. ,V(,khWlders J7,'23AM Mrs. Ilciijaiuiu Willis of Cineinun- - liilU recL'iviiWo' from call 18,041.0:; loans i, and Mis's Connelly, of Kansas guests of Mrs. l'rewilt Unpaid interest on the 'ity, arc the 3,1 0(5.1 I above VanMclcr. Unpaid dues 1,852.80 Mrs. G. A. Armstrong, of Sliclby- - Uiiaid lines Ci'Jj.ltl ille, entertained Monday nigbt in Cash in Dank Dee. :ilst :tlG.'2J DILI' lonor of her guest, Miss M'ary Amis. I )i this city.. Total $121,498.3.") Mrs. Kd Drown and son, Elmer, of j LIABILITIES. Paint Lick, and Mrs. G. X. M riven- - j j 2.001 shares paid in val- icy, of Paris, have returned borne $102.331.2,') ue . iianiieu rom a visit to .urs. o. 7,000.00 pBills 'payable mrg. Xet profits per share 11.97.10 M"r.s. Emma Durham Graves, moth-- r .$121,498.3.") Total of Mr.. J. E. Giubbs, has arrived STOCK. Virginia for an indefinite from West $31.2.--) day with her daughter on Fairfax. Paid in value per share '. ."i.97 iPn.fits per shaie Mr. Massie Johnson is here from Greenville, S. C, to be with bis wife. Total $:7.22 .vho has been at the bedside of her CLASS "M." mother, Mrs. I. A. Shirley, for sev- - j Began Business May 1st, 1909. ! ASSETS. cral weeks. p !,;:! Dills receivable from stock- ..! Tio.,r- - r,r,,-i,- .$34,980.00 . underwent a serious surgical j np.iitt interest on the , . . operation Luonaaj, uui is uoiug mcc- - j .,)0ve 91.2.') 2)G.Gr !y and her recovery is expected at j Unpaid Due.-- , : 1 wpaid fines . . 31.90 !ier home in Lexington. Miss Daisy Cash in Dank December Joe and Paul Karr, 2,983.71 31st, 1911, Gilbert and brother, or lied House, and Miss Lucy Grizzard, of Paint Total. $38,375.31 guests of Lick, were week-en- d LIABILITIES. Deid and brother, of the 984 shares.of stock paid in county. value ..' $30,014.40 Xet profits : 2.361.11 Get tickets for Lindsey's lecture Total from canvassers or at Strode's Drug STOCK. Store. Prices 50 cents for general Paid in value per share . . .$30.60 admission; 33 cents for students, Profit per share 2.39 and 25 cents for children, if tickets . $38.99 2t ' Toiil are bought in advance. CLASS "N." Began Business March 5th, 1910 Six $5.08 Skate Books will be ASSETS. away to the ladies at the Audi- Bilk receivable from stock12-- lt $42,293.80 holder torium Skating Bink toniriit Unpaid interest on the' above 84.50 Unpaid dues 264.90 Unpaid fines 39.25 1 1 AUDITORIUM SKATING BINK. Cash in Bank December C77.90 3st, 1911 Matinee every day from 2 to 5. , Lcx-iiigt- s OPENING EMBROIDERY SALE SEASON 1912, Began Bssiness May 6th, 1911 ASSETS. f, Bills rceervable frtm stock- holders $31,023.00 y t Unpaid 'interest '.on the HI.50 above i 200.31) Unpaid iucs , 39.00 ji Unpaid fiuej 1(54.42 ( Suspense account Cash in Bank December 31st, 1911- 241.23; $32,340.13 LIABILITIES. 2.223 shares of stock paid $20,340.45 in value 12,000.00 Bills payable $32,340.45 STOCK. $9.13 per share TOTAL OF ALL CLASSES ASSETS. Loans on stock mortgages. $224,790.93 etc Unpaid interest on the 3.292.39 above 2.G 14.65 Unpaid dues 423.25 Unpaid fines 14(5.42 Supen-- e account Cash in Dank December 4.251.08 31st. 1911 0 C IETY MONDAY, JAN. 15th. THREE SALES, Paid in value 9:30, 10:00 and 10:30 O'Clock. Your patronage solicited, satisfaction guaranteed. .-- many months expert buyers markets the been searching the the best quality, newest are'sure that and beatiful this greater your their way than -- V great quanities this Monday's beautiful merchandise the early shopper the the assortments select the $235,574.72 LIABILITIES. 6.789 share.- - of stock pud $198,589.20 in value 21.000.00 Bills payable 15.985.3 Xet profits Total FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY a . H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. Total .$235,574.72 n, KRESS Sl -- : I, II. W. Scrivener. Secretary of the Winchester Duildiug and Saving Association, being duly sworn, state that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of the Association at this date. This January 6th, 1912. II. W. SCRIVEXER. Subscribed and sworn, to before me by IL W. Scrivener, this 6th day of January, 1912. ELlZADETn D. FRENCH. Notary Public. Mv commission expires Febraury 2. 1914. ' We, the rndeivignqd committee, r havciicxamiiied - the, above, aild itnd ' same to ,bc correct, ' ! TheNew Depositor Io this bank may be assured of receiving direct persoaal attrit- ion and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon the quality of our banking ser. ice. We invite yon to call and see thaj - wt) mmj , prvr n. . Citizens E9 National Bank Near Coart HvakA. Comer Main and South Court Street. Winchester, Ky. Rl : n . ! -- 1 Save Time by Tefephoninig When 'a maii feels the necessity! lieinin''tTAjiao at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone? and. sends his voice f' Rv lnvmir Yie. cArrrw. nF.thA " M!l li. !s easy to travel all over the Rtnte'ttfid- other States. If yoa haven't our service you should have, Call our manager for full information. n3 i - itEXld II. J. HALL,-- ' ' TUTUS' LISLK. M. STEVENSON, , BESTS STOMACHS IN THE ' WORLD SPECIALS ! to $2.50 value 100 Ladies' purses, from -- L EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED) Gas, Heaviness, Sourness Vanishes In Five Minutes. Do you know'that the best stomach prescription in the world is called That it is put up in small tablets which most people call stomach tablets. Drug Do you know that Phillips to ban-i-- h guarantees Store indigestion or any upset condition of the stomach, or money back. is not a purgative, it is made of ingredients that clean, renovate and disinfect the stomach and bowels: it puts strength and energy into the stomach walls so that in a short time perfect digestion will be a regular thing. Fifty cents is all you have to pay for a large 'box at Phillips Drug Store and evervwherc. MI-O-XMI-O-X- A MI-O-X- A MI-O-X- A $2 sperior EnJnres. Before you spend a ceitftrCeacat Ask us for our Free Superior Literature, k w3i post you on many vital points, such as fineness, low magnesia, proportions for concrete, ' etc Superior makes dense, solid coacrete that wil endure for ages. It's a true Portland Ceneat. used by the U. S. Government aad leaoVg engineers, contractors, and dealers. Insist Superior. Uiuon Trujt Buildiax. i- - Justui CoIIiu, Preudcni. ClTlwtt. O. , The Superior Portluu Ceaent C. Black Heatherbloom from $2 to $3 values ir. il Do you know about the The nicest and most perfumes and toilet articles Brown-Proctoria te at the The MU-Jes-- ie - Pharmacy store of quality. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay you the Highest Cash KEYSTONE GAS 25 Serge and Velvet up to $15 values . .- Prices for your ;Pnrs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. i FURNACE. If not, get wise by ing us for ask- I M nan 1-- -- I . East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn Phone 596. ll-18-4- Only registered pharmacists h:u:-dl- e your pcrseription at tho Drown-Proctor- ia Pharmacy. Absolute acThe store of curacy guaranteed. quaUty! ' CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. George W. Shepherd, pastor. Ser-vicat Court Tlonse. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. mi 7:00 p, ni. Prayer meeting Wednesday at p. pa. satslO-t- f e3 I I T II Ir WINCHESTER CLOAK A ' I I . Am m-R- 8 - SUIT CO. Inc. IVI. I I DUMB, Manager. . HEirjrJn,! Beginners taught 'free from 10 Rn(hPl,nn . . Bills payabl? to "L" JiXet profits 61 Main Street WINCHESTER, KY. . 1 1 d.scobee, Mgr. Total ....A....... 1,6,7,31. 0nlyb e pnrest and freshest med .... . . .. ;..w60.4i icines on sale' at the of quality.. Pharmacy the store, Brown-Proctoria -tf $39,683.10 2,000.00 70 GRANT WITT &CQ. T , ' . . J X 5 - aw Fwir. ' " THE WINCHESTER HEWS ' ' 1 EWllMOMl Marvelous Admission, SEATING USE I Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights, Jan. 15, 16 and 17. The World's Recognized Champion Skatorial Artist. Skating Specialty, in which he seemingly defies Will present his original High-Clas-s all laws of gravitation on Unicycle, Pedicycles and Skates, Unexampled, Brilliant Feature Novelty Act. ALBERT WALTZ. 10c. One Performance Each NightComplete Change Of Program Nightly. Skates, F0R SALE 15c. 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phone 232. -tf WANTED PERMIT TO 7 FAMILY CURE BAD COLDS How to Really Break a Severe Cold And End All Grippe Misery In Just A Few Hours Kill HIS - Mm McCerd is Killed 1 After Sought so Earnestly. in Louisville, Having Secured a Job He Louisville, Tan. 12. Death lie so eagerly sought a few weeks ago while opt of work, came unexpectedly to John MeCord Wednesday, when he j,ns killed at one of the barns of the Louisville Railway Company, where he had .secured employment only ' few .days ago. ,.A few, weeks ago McCord walked into the pffice of Prosecuting Attorney ILnrry, Robinson of the Police Court, and startled that official by asking to be given a permit to kill his wife and three children and end 'i liis own life. He said lie had been ijhou.t work for a number of monthr-anthat his fa'mily were in destitute . 1 , "Jack Johnson.' Sullivan's conqueror. "Take a louk at Corbctt's record,'" You will distinctly feel your cold NO CHANCE said Johnson. "He only fought twe breaking and all the Grippe sympor three square fights. His cpntc.--t toms leaving after taking the very To Beat Battling Nelscn, Says Formwith Charlie Mitchell at Jacksonville first dose. er Manager Murphy. was a raw fake. Mitchell laid down It is a positive fact tnat Pape's' Tom ' lo him. He t his fight with "Tommy Ryan and Jack Johnson Cold Compound, taken every Sharkey in Now York on a foul to and the rest of them needn't worry consecutive doses until three secj) from being beaten in a more inucli about Bat n and- the pos arc taken, will end the Grippe and way. And last,. but not Ie:it", sibility of hi beitig killed in: the break up the most severe cold, either hi fake contest with Kid McCoy put ring. Bat is amply able to care for in the head, chest, back, stomach or the boxing game out of commission himself just now and doen't need limbs . in New York for a long time. any syinpathy.' misIt promptly relieves the most "And this is the man who , says This was the stiffenient made by lo-,two-hours- vas hogging it by demanding $30,000 for his enil of a purse for a world's championship light. The dusky champion not only accused Corbett of trying to get him to participate in a fake, but tore a few of the bouquets off the record of nothing doin Frazee & Co., which means Corbett, offered me $100,000 to lay down to Al Kaufman after the Johnson-Jeffries I would battle. have insulted Frazee that night, but being in my own home I declined to do of business. so. But at catch weights lie certainly is a wonder right now. and none of the second raters would have a single chance with him in a CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Ic a word for a ilnck msirtlee. battle of 20 rounds. "Bat simply would get it on them Zc a word for tfirsa cenwativa lr scrtlona. in eight or ten rounds and then gallop home.' The average fighter after Vic. a word for aatit adi'Swal h ? Insure iii STROTHER'S , serllon. hammering him for 10 rounds would I Go a wcrtl par mnntb. say to himself 'Oh. what's the use of Scattered inszrtloni, lz ?v ward p punching' this", guy." and the Bat Insertion, Ojpiild breeze' home a winner.'' fothfng Inssrted for feu ifcse Jr n, !. cents, Mof,hlng charged ir fwsi i: $100 PER PLATE for less titan 25 cents. . OLD RELIABLE REAL ESTATE AGENCY FIRE INSURANCE AMD X f flea Fraternity Bide., Fhcna 135 ton-A-- , circumstances. Having tried in vain to secure work, McCord said he had concluded to kill his family and then end his to own life, but he did not wis-break any law in so doing and to know if he could not secure permit that would legalize the act a h cCord was placed in custody, but Iras later released after authorities iad investigated conditions at the Van's home and supplied the immc-.jAlawants, of "153. family. ?- j- tp It jtnployment washing A few days ago McCord secured cars in one of ".of Jthe .Louisville ,jihe barns iMjtailwny Street af- Company. Wednesday ternoon he was struck by a car back-int- o the bara and knocked into Ipl. repair pit, receiving injuiies that I Resulted in death a few minutes lat- - paid at a banquet to Henry Nel-oTRACY AND STOKELY DR. M. L. MYERS, Clay, in New Orleans' in 1S42. Might v costly for those wi'h 'stom- t DENTIST. ach, trouble or indigestion. Today Fifth FlMr.McIldowney Bailtoi , people every where use Dr. King'sWinchester, ky. f'li rc or sm.'.il store; ro.mi mi M;r New Life Pills for these troubled abT , erable headache, dullness, head and well as liver, kidncv and bowel dis vri, best location n tho city have no nerve thU man whom I'll Teddy Murphy. Bai's former manaJ. M. STEVENSON uose stuffed up, feverishness, sneez.,; orders. Easy, safe, sure. Only 2." li(0 riglt. ' ;. ' swear came to me and nked mc to ger, who handled Jack 'Redmond, oft Attorney-atrUj lit- ing, sore throat, running of the- nose, OSiee in'McEldowney Building 'cats at All Druggists. let him stay 10 rouuds with mo in .Milwaukee, against Nelson in a 60 ,S. Main St. Winchester, (Ky. , .. mucous catarrhal discharges, soreorder that he might look like the real twcnty-romscrap in New Oilcans ness, stiffness and rheumatic twinges conic back.' lat Sunday afternoon, a scrap in ' F0R! RENT Cottage of five room. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSK Pape's Cold Compound is the' reCapital iioo.oro "When Corbett was champion he which Ncls6n was 'given ' on College sult of three years' research at a street; gas, cWtrie Attorneys-at-La- w never fenght n good young feliow. after an interesting battle. ccst of more than fifty thousand dollights and good stable. J. N. Undivided Profits. 5200.000 5th Floor McEldowney Building1 Yet he says I am a staller. Murphy and his Cream City prolars and contains no quinine, which Buh, Home plionc 15!). Winchester, Ky. "I rihve'a witness to the offer that tege got back from the South rewe have conclusively demonstrated made to mc to let him stay cently on their way to Milwaukee LOST .Pair nose glaes in case. is not effective in the treatment of Coibett He and the theatrical and had much to say of the foiniei 10 rounds. Return to Dr. Claik office. colds or grippe. when I was liv:linmpion lightweight of the world. as man came lo .ee me Take this harmless compound FOR RENT S room cottage on ColSouth Even knowing Nelson as well as he 117. I CUITB tiurun or directed, with the knowledge that ing with Toots Marshall on lege street. A bargain if rented at made me the Jtes, having started out with him in there is no other medicine, made Dearborn street and WINCHESTER, KY. f.nci once. Call Home phone 01. 320 or No definite sum 1904. when the Dane began hi viclot. Cwbltr, anywheic cUe in the world, which proposition. 28: East Tenn. !)1. as my part of the job, but 1 torious career on the Pacific Cou-- t. will cure your cold or end grippe to understand that I would Teddy is still lot in admiration of LOST An automobile chain in city .misery as promptly and without any was given N. H. WITHERSOON. be paid. well. fhc wonderful stamina of the former Thursday. Dr. W. A. Bush. other assistance of bad after-effec- ts . President. ;" V'tt,L "I turned down this proposition, chairtp." lackagb jof P.ijpe's as h W. R. SPHAR; with "I was inclined myself to pity him Cold Compound, which any druggist and theiv right after my fight Cashier. FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tl Jeffries, when the cry for a white until I saw him battle in New Orin the world can supply. best on the market; yards on West Citaoft. hd 1S champion was shouted everywhere, leans against Redmond," Teddy told Broadway. Clark County Con-- , party of friends here. "Bnt 1. the same pair asked me to let Kaufl struction Company. man beat me and placed my pay at 'piickly lost that feeling after the vc Hone Fnoae 7M. OtCce Hours - vvas FOR-REN- T - - BOTH-PHONE- S pl 'he-decisio- -tf THE Winchester Bank wa.-stat- Oark County po-cc- nt 3t National BANkg Accounts and of JOHNSON IKE 11-28- -tf I $100,000. battle had been on for about 10 ! yione 596. FURS! FURS!!! FURS!! Will pay you the Highest Cash prices' for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st. nomc U East Tennessee Phone 215, j '? p. W9 $ ' To warn people of a fearful forest jjjirc in the Catskills a young girl rode midnight and saved torseback' at jler deed was glorious lives are .often saved by Dr. Ring's New Discorvery in curing lung jrouble, coughs arid cold.- -, which havfe ended in consumption or aXT" pneumonia. "It cured me of a yrcadful cough and lung writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington. "Tex., ''after fonr in onr family had died with consumption, and I sained SJ, pounds." Nothing so sure and tsafe for all throat ami lung trouble?.' iqe 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed bv all Drnsgists ;. i GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. "Corbett has criticised me for holding out for $30,000 for my end ACCUSATION of championship fight purse. Why a shouldn't I? This is the amount Against Jim COthctt And a Chicarjo Tommy Burns got for fighting me. If Theatrical Man. Whom He Claims ho was worth that much as a champion I think I should be given the Attempted to Bribe Him. same sum. I never yet have tried to defend my claim to the champion(Prom Cincinnati Eiujuiier) ship by fake fight, and that i conChicago "Jim Corbett and a cago theatiical man offered me siderably more than some of my $100,000 to lav down to Al Kaufman critics can say.'' Jack Johnson made the following after I had defeated Jim Jeffries and demonstrated that I was the gieat-e- -t statement under path lo E. J. Bang, a Notary Public: lighter in the world. 7 relurned, from "Shortly "When I returned from Australia, J jut di.-eas- where I. won the championship of tho world from Tommy Burns, Jim Corbett and the same theatrical magu-- : nate visited me and offered me a substantial prize if I would consent to fake 10 rounds with Coibett and assist in rebuilding Gentleman Jim's Anrali,a; fora ' the Burns-Johnso- n reputation.' were the answers Jack Johu-o- n made to tlys signed state-nieii- ls of Jim Corlwtt to the effect that Johnson was the luckie.--t of champions, that he was dedging fiuhts. with the best of the liea vy weights, that he was a man of doubtful 'courage'aud that lie These pre.-ont-d- SUISCRIIE FOR THE NEWS. fight James J. Coibett and Mr.- - H. At II. Frazee came to my house. liat.time I was, residing- - al 2220 Tcnrboi;ii street. - T was renting jfpartuients from a. gentleman of the Corbett name of Tuts Marshall.' proposed that I should box him and fake the match. We were to box in Philadelphia if I consented to do so. I went alone in my room it was best that If should let George Little know what was doing, so I 'had it all prearranged so that Little would come in in the meantime. T told the two-- r Corbett and Frazee that "there was 1 " ' rounds. "It looked to me.in the seventh and eighth rounds like Redmond had a chance to put Nelson down for the counf. but all the iet of the badly fooled. spectators. I wa The Battler came back in the ninth and tenth ' and fought like a whirlwind, making the fight mnc than even and finally winning out by .mother spurt toward the end. "Now, I wouldn't exactly like to ay that Nelson is as good as ever he wa. but this I am sure of. He is just as tough as ever, and is in no danger of having any of the 'present day second raters kill Kim in the ring. "There is one thing that helps 'Nelson a whole lot ' iu his present "campaigning. lie do'esn't boliier hi head about making 'any weight. He scaled around 142 pounds, I should say, and, of couive, is tremendously strong at that figure, He declines to make weight because he says he is doing so much traveling that he hasn't time to stop lung enough to get down to' a low figure. What he would, do if forced to make 133 pounds I could not say. It might weaken him terribly and put him out SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. FOR RENT bouse on Haggard street with gas and stable W. P. Azbill. Two-stor- y HerchMts, fwmn Trader! Strilclttfi ' Cdlsctics; LOST Mi on fill Points.' Pocket book containing $r3, collar button and shoe ' buttoner, .between Winchester and Beekner-- . ville. Return to News olfice. Reward. Capital and Surplus $350,000.00 NDR.IO p- 5fJ?a:5l.CO I have a few good buyers for farms. Those actually wanting to sell farms, call up C. E. Smith, Home phone, 47(5. arm REAL ESTATE. r Lot JWIKMEFKEJ I ALLTfiROATAHD LU.'IG TH0UBIS FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A hoUSI and 10 acres in grass. J. 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