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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 13, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912011301_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 13, 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. or I . - V sty- H THE VOLUME 7; No. 72. WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1912. Chester for sale, and to urge you to as'sist iu securing the tobacco growers of the surrounding counties to follow your example.. . "Yen will find that the expense of bringing the tobacco here will be much less than taking it elsewhere;, that you will be paid promptly, as soon as the sales are made; tJiat you will be given most courteous treatment, and in addition, will haA-- the competing for vour to- b tb t,ms enabiing you to secure hn ag c()(1 or Lettcj. pr;ecs than voli could obtain elsewhere. "The Commercial Club is organized for the purpose of assisting in the of Winch-esteand Clark cnuutv, and we know that it will be of great benefit to all of us for our tobacco warehouses to succeed, so far that reasdh, we are asking e WEATHER Fair ami CMtHwtf CtM 2 CENTS A COPY; Roosevelt on the trust question, and I am inclined to agree with him," said Andrew Carnegie before the Steel Trust Investigating Committee Friday. Representative Gaidner, of Massachusetts, had contrasted those views' with ideas exspressed by President Taft in bis recent message on the trust question. "In the solution of the industri-i- l problem,"' said Representative Gardner, "there are two leading thoughts before us. President Taft. in his recent message, expressed the view that dissolution of large units should go on. The other line of thought, as expressed by former President Rcosevelt, is that, l.nder the existing Sherman law, we should look to recognition of large units controlled by the government. In Arliieh class are yon. Mr. Carnegie?" Let Them Continue "I haA-- agreed Avith Mr. Roose-Aelt- 's views. I think for the present that you should allow large organizations to continue, and to see how Ave get along, and that you pass laAvs regulating these organizations. Then yon should be patient, and see what further legislation may be necessary, t do not think the Sherman laiv enough. GiA-- us a clear, unmistakable law, and I believe avc will e e II CENTS A WEEK BURLEY 1 SOCIETY VICTORIOUS JAS. W. CREWS OPINION In m Divisicn GUNBOATS DESTROYED ED CROSS DAIRY I P Uks if' EJ Win HOLLISTERS IS ARRESTED FARM JMNis Oriaiizatioi) in 6reatVldonr in Federal Court at Cincinnati St. Joseph, Mo., On A Charge Of Forgery, And Held To The Criminal Court. of Italian Cruisers Encounter Flotilla of Turkish Gunboats And At Once Open Fire. Dr. M. S. Browne Has Fifty Head af Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fmc Machinery Installed. Since the opening of 1912 Dr. M-has bouirht nbnnt fiftr head of cattle: Ilolstein-and. grade- -, and has been receiving, by rail, from the great dairy regions of the Middlewest. machinery, mills. shredder, ensilage cutter, engines, separators and .appliances necessary to the complete equipment of a modern, dairy plant; capable of furnishing "certified milk" products, and is now about ready to have such a dairy put in operation at the old Karsiier homestead, near the city, and on tiie Colby pike, on his 250 acre farm, known as "The fc. hrowiie Jei-.eys, te Slit of Eshelby Compaiy ulation, and was probably later fold at a profits "Now, however, this plaintiff, when he sees he has a chance to, conies and asks these great damages of the Burley Tobacco Society, because he can use the Slier-ma- n anti-trulaw to accomplish the end." st -- a Cincinnati, ()., Jan. 13. Despite r, the opinion of Judge Howard C. of the Tnited States District Court in this city, that the contracts made by he Burley Tobacco Society of Kentucky Avitii the E. 0. Eshelby Tobacco Company, of Covingtnn, Ky., of the Sherman "were in violation anti-trulaw, a jury in the case Friday night rendered a verdict in favor of the defendant, the Burley Tobacco Society, and refined damages for which the plaintiff, the E. O. Eshelby Company, was suing in the sum of P $196,000. Hcl-listest Basis of The Suit Tlie action was brought as the result of the purchase of tobacco at Winchester, Ky., in 1907, by the Eshelby Tobacco Company, for which the price of 17 cents a pound was paid and which price the plaintiff declared, in its petition, was in excess if what it should have been, because of the fact that the Burley Tobacco Society controlled the Burley Tobacco crop of that year. The case has been in progress for nearly two weeks and was given to the jury Friday evening. The jury deliberated for two hours. The entire day was taken up with arguments by the attorneys for both sides Arguments occupied four hours Friday. Upon agreement they Ave re led off by Mr. A. C. Cassatt, conuscl for the plaintiff, upon the opening of court, and he was followed in turn by Judge Alex P. Humphrey and Hon. Jolm It, Allen, for the- defend-- ? aiit, Mr.,, Lawrence Maxwell closing for thft plaintiff, all. speeches being able efforts and remarkable in the completeness Avith which they .' case. The etise was given to the jury' at o:10 p. m.j witb instructions to retire and if at Gilo it Avas found that it Avould be unable to reach a verdict, it Would be dismissed until .Saturday morning. At C:15 the jury returned to Julge IloIlWier to peimil it to continue its deliberations a some of the members AvanteJ to get ome Saturday and it might be possible to reach a verdict in a few 'hours. This was granted and the Blames LeBus Fcr Society Mr. Maxwell, Mr. Eshelby's leadirg counsel, blamed the organization of the Burley Tobacco Society on President Clarence LeBus. He said the society was organized by Mr. because the latter had tobacco whie.i he Avanted to pool and to sell on the more profitable best side if it to sell on the outside. He laid great stress upon the clyiiii that Mr. Eshelby's company AAa s required to buy tobacco Avhich it :li" not want, did not need and could nni use. 'Those requirements," said h". "and that situation were harsh, despotic and iinamerican." lie asked that damages be returned on the basis of the difference in .dial Mr. Eshclliy's share of the tobacco sold at Winchester cost and what it would haA-- sold at had not the Burley Tobacco Society, "an illegal combination of in restraint trade,"' have existed. L;-Uie James W. Crews, aged 27 years, was arrested in bt. Joseph, Mo., on l ..CP .i a imuisu oi xoigeiy, aimi lr.emi to me criminal court. Crews was bem and reared in this city and was in the employ of the Kamsey Transfer Company until about a month ago, when he left the city under a cloud. Two checks ht gave to W. M. Hughes and Charles Zigman for $10.00 and $11.03 respectively and signed with the name of your earnest assistance and John E. Watts were found to be forin this matter. geries. "Trusting that you will help in It is claimed he cashed two forged this enterprise, by sending your tochecks in Paris and two in Louisille bacco to these Avarehouses and urg-inPolice in St. Joseph sent a picture vonr friends in the surrounding of Crews to Chief McCord, who rec- counties to do likewise, we beg to ognized him at once and notified the remain, '! authorities there his identity. "Winchester Commercial Club, "By M. jr. McEldowney, -J LEAVES WINCHESTER Before Papers Can Be Served Charging Her With Assault and Baitery. Alleget Vicitm is Now Dead. Judge Hcllister's Instruction Judge Hollister in his instruction to the jury directed its members in case theueojiijiuercd.ihe Eshelby Company liadtRustaiue'd dEma'ges'fo com-pntej these damages on the basis of price.s.of, the same grades of tobacco 'during a reasonable number of yea's prior to the .sale at Winchester. He 'also instructed the jury that their amount of dnrnages, if any, shquld ho actual that is the court Avould reverse to itself the duty of multiplying by three to comply with the provisiii; law. of the Sherman anti-truThree times nothing is what Eshelby nets under lh6 verdict. 1 st Mrs. Milton Long was indicted a' lhe last session of the grand jury on a charge of assault and battery. Before papeis could ho served. Mrs. Long left the city. It is thought she joined her son, Mr. Felix Yhite,whu is a bricklayer in Cincinnati. The alleged offense took place about a month ago. It is claimed the victim was Fannie Sue Long, old step daughter of the accused wo1 nan; klj r i. ilc a lio attended the child before her, death Avjrieh oc- rsll'n curred tliis aaock, states, that there was no indicatioii I at her, illness Aa0 due to bruises are !'.iflicted cruelties. SHEPHERD: i. Death, he saj's, was due to peritonitis REV. GEO. will be A number of neighbors ' RECOVERING NICELY lwheii the summoned as case is called. Although His Condition Proved To Be More Serious Than Was at OPEN LETTER First Thought. 1 i.l' Rome, Jan. 1:5. A severe n:n-a- l engagement occurred Friday in the Red Sea Avhen seven Turkish gunboats 'and an armed yacht Avere destroyed by Italian Tiie of Italian cruisers which has been scouring the coast of F.ie Red Sea in 'search of Turkish convessels and ships coin-eyintraband destined for the Turkis'h garrison in Arabia, encountered the flotilla of Turkish gunboats aud at once crpened fire. The Turks replied but their feeble armament succumbed to the superior weapons of the Italian Avar vessels. The fight Avas stiff but soon ended of the Italians. in the As soon as the three Italian encountered the Turkish gunboats a short distance out of the bay M 'President. of Kunfida they sent shots across their bows and called on them to Secy."' "By Lewis R. Hampton, surrender. The Turkish vessels gaA-no signs of compliance and the Italians immediately opened a terFALSE RUMOR rific fire, throwing in a hail or from their broadsides. The Turkish gunners replied feebly IS CORRECTED but did not succeed in striking the Italian vessels. All seven of the Turkish boats Child About Whom Report Was Cir- -' were soon on tire and in a few minculated Died of Croup, And Was utes began to sink. Boats Avere lowNot Frozen to Dearth. Avliieli ered from the Italian It has been rumorjed that a chill picked up many Turkis.li seamen but froze to death in Hungry Hollow re- a large number were drowned. cently. The Secretary of. the Associated Charities Imp? informed The TO News that the report was entirely unrounded anil asks ttiata correction' THROW HIM OUT ,e niiulc'. The child, by name Estepp, about whose death the rumor' was started Was The Whole Bribery Charge ,died of an attack of cronpj Says Senator William Lot inter. ' Dcnneen And Newspapers. g ar c Griggsby-Karsn- er Place." young, steer clearly." "Do you belieA-- dissolution of the United States Steel Corporation would lessen the price of steel?" "I do not believe it would. It depends, of course, upon Avhat the court might do." c TWO LECTURES ARE DELIVERED Ken- - By Mr. Ira . Barnett, of The tucky Automobile Company, Louis ville,, at The J. R. Martin Store. Mr. Ira S. Barnett, of the Kentuc ky Automobile Company, Louisville, delivered an. able- - talk at the store of ih'e J., R. Martin Coal and Snpplv Company on Friday at 2 p. m. and another in the at 7 o'clock. The lectures were devoid of tech intensely in nicalities, and proA-eteresting to the large crowds present. The speaker had with him various parts of an automobile and to make it still clearer to his hearers. chassis by he had on haud a cnt-omeans ot avhich tne entire asemoieu machine was examined and explainThis ed to the greatest adwmtage. especially prepared for chassis these lectures and is in every Avay like the cut-ochassis that will be exhibited at the New York. Chicago, and other national automobile shows this Avinter. The lectures were of an educational nature, with the idea of giving the public generally a .comprehensive knowledge of the automobile and sasoline engine. IFew men in Kentucky, if any, are better posted on the subjest of automobiles than is Mr. Barnett and his lectures on the subject Avere a source of much interest and benefit to his hearers. ut ut 1 jury retired again. Detail of Case Covered All the details of the caso Aveie gone r carefully by the attorneys in their closing arguments. Judge Humphrey likened the Burley Tobacco Society to the seven sticks, Avhich in fabled tradition, could be broken singly but not altogether or in one bundle. He said it necessary that the growers of tobacco in Kentucky league together to protect themselves and the formation of the not to put up "prices, but society to keep them from going ruinously down. Judge Humphrey called attention t6 the fact that the Burley Society is a society composed of lo.OOO farmers, Hie majority of did not raise more tlm:i four acres of tobac- w I, Y Ml co. Colonel Al'en touched upon the lot of the poor tenant in the field, who had a family to raise, clothe and provide with other means of living. Weakness of Eshelby Case pointed out the weaknesses ,in the case of the plaintiff, particularly that feature of the failure to siiow what had become of the tobacco bought and which Mr. Eshelby's company said it could not use. He said it Avas more than probable that the independents avJio bought the tobacco and who met at the Sinton Hotel later to allot it, allotted it among themselves to suit themselves. and that much of it was bought not s much for real needs as for spec- He" Re Gee. W. Shepherd, pastor of the Central Baptist church iii this TO ROWER FINE SHOW TO city, who was operated on in Richmond for the remoA-a- l of a fatty tuDirectors of Commercial Club Ad mor, is now on the road to recovery, E dress Communication to Tcbaccc though his condition has been more BE SEEN at firt thought. serious than Growers of Cla; k County. A message to The Xews at noon "The Common Law" Will Be Present The directors of the Commercial Saturday states that he is now geted At The Winchester Opera House Club Saturday morning decided to ting on Avell and will be at home in On Wednesday Night. address aii open letter to the tobacco a short time. Clark count', as follows: In presenting the "Common Law," growers of "To the Tobacco Growers of Clark Montgomery E. Brewster is offering county: WILL OPEN for the first time a theme which, al"Belie-inthat yon are interested though it is old, this is the first time in the wellfare of Winchester and in it has been ued as the base of a will rebound to all enterprises, W play. The "Common Law" is foundthe good of our cily, knowing as yen ed upon the basic principles of the sr must, that as the c:iy pr- Divine and "Common Law" mardoes the county, Ave are writing to re- Winchester Building and Saving Asriages. mind you that the Loose Leaf Tobacsociation Will Open New Class of the "Common As a discussion, co Warehouses of Winchester have Stock Beginning March I, 1912. Law"' is perhaps one of the most demonstrated to both buyers and widely talked of subjects of today, The Winchester Building and Savsellers, that this city is an excellent and Avhile many people do not seem ing Association will open a new class place for a Loose Leaf Tobacco Mar the signifi-eienc- e to understand just of stock, beginning March 1, 1912. ket. of the "Common Law" means, This is known as Class "P" aud is the sales "During the past they are the wantt to realize enomi-t- y have been exceptionally good and lhe 10th class opened by the old reof the crime, .many are prone to practically sold liable Association. grower belieAe that a "Common Law" marriThis Association has matured obacco stated that he AAas more age is as good as a "Divine Que." the prices realized eleven classes of stock, agar than satisfied The Tlay Avill be seen here Wednesno one could ask more than this over seA'en hundred and fifty thousday night, January 17. and the buyers, of whom quite a and dollars ($7o0.000.00.) Subscribe for stock in an Associa large number have been participating SUFFERING PAIN. tion which lias a history covering haA-expressed theii Mrs. J. W. Scobee has been suf- in' the sale, (20) years, never lost a opinion that this was an ideal point twenty-si- x fering considerable pain at the St. and makes and publishes an Jollar, Joseph Hospital in Lexington, but is for such sales. "Feeling the interest in Win- annual report of its business. avcII as can be expected. doing as Be sure your subscription is made do, the directors of chester that to the Winchester Building and Savthe Commercial Club, at their meetRobert Baker, aged twenty-on- e and Miss Ferbia Adams, aged six- ing Saturdaj- - "morning, January 13, ing Association. ps i A Nearsighted Chaporone. (Lubin) tors. L Hal Chase's Homo Run is a fine "I have no more doubt," said baseball picture. Our house will bs Senator Lorimer, "that they (The you don't believe for Hn Trnrp c The Others Has BttP sood and Avarm if bought and paid Tribune) !t corae aaA we win Discovered Lut All Ma- Be Taken I comWhite's story, and that he nt Fee Of flno Irf7f.n Snon.- he testified that mitting perjury SALE Poland China Jboar. J. F0R he got a thousand dollars for 'lrl3-3- t T. Lawrence. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 13 At a late for me, than I have that I am sitting hmir Friday l ight seven of the fifteen on this platform." FOR RENT A boys who escaped during the blindApply to G. D. Fox, ing sliowstorin of Thursday night avenue. IS HOT AFFECTED from the Greendale Reform School, had been taken into custody. Xo BATES trace of the others had been found, day night, and were returned to the BY although it is believed they could Reform School. Early Friday morn have gone far during the severe ing two more were picked up by the The Steel Industry Has No Vital Inthe local police, and Patrolman Haley terest in That Matter, Declares Aveather, and it is believed all of fugitives will be captured within the found two more, making seven cap- teen, procured license Tuesday and unanimously decided to address this Everything. , Andy Carnegie. hired in all. m an.old house near ine next day or two. "Does he tell his wife everything?" were married tTie following day at open letter to the growers of Clark his salary even wbenphja.-Jia- s Tes, Three of the boys were captured in Queen & Crescent trestle in Irisb- 13. "I am fa- Washington, Jan. the home of the bride's father, Bud county, requesting you to send your raised.J miliar Avith the views of Lcxington for in the county Tlmrs- - town. tobacco to the" Avarehouses in Win Adams. JKfr y Washington, Jan. 13. When Senator Lorimer resumed his testimony Fridiy before the Senate Investigating I ommittee, he said his only expenses in the campaign for (Senator were traveling and hotel bills. He was asked by Senator Johnson, of the committee, to recall a which Edward Hines said he had with the Senator regarding the desire of Clarence S. Funk to contribute to the Lorimer campaign fund Hlnes testified that Funk told him that he supposed Lorimer had been put to great expense, and he was Tlines Avill'ng to help make it up. said he mentioned the matter to Lorimer, and Lorimer told him he did not haA-- any expenses in getting the election. Lorimer said he did not recall anybeen said about Funk's thing haA-ine to contribute to his campaign for.nd. He did remember Tlines had toll him Funk wanted to meet him. but he replied that Funk was one of his bitterest enemies. Senator Lorimer said that the Avhole case against him was a conspiracy to oust him from the Senate, and that Go Deneen and the Tri- SEVEN bune people were the chief conspiran e g dn-ir- vigorous and healthy, tuberculin-teste- d cattle, capable of producing the highest grade of milk, will be permitted on this farm; which, for the future, is to be devoted to the production of high-cla- ss milk, for the supply of Winchesters milk drinkers. The owner has the ipromise of the aid of Dr. Robt. Graham, heix.t of Vcterinary Science and 'Serum production at State College, and was aided by Dr. E. S. Good, head of Animal Husban dry, especially in selecting registered Holsteins. Mr. Wm. Abncy, an active young business man of large experience, has leased the above place for a term of years, and will run it in conjunction with the owner. For the present, his brother, Mr. Chas. Abney, a practical sanitary dairyman, aided by his wife, will haA-- e the s .management, and all prospec tive patrons, as Avell 'as all persons' interested in .securing n pure' iiilkf supply for Winchester,- to 'visit arid' inspect the premises, cows, stable's,' Avater supply, feed, grazing lots; milk' i oom. etc., Avhich will be open- to the public after G a. m. Monday, January 15. Also, after this hour all orders for cream, Avhole milk and buttermilk given r Home phone 889-will receiA-- prompt attention as they shall be ready to open up the new inA-itex, e 'None but i t "Red-Cros- s Dairy Farm" foe busi- ness bv that daw Mrs. Rfllph Hess and beautiful little babe, Caroline, who ha-- e been remonths siding in Alabama for IiaAe returned to Winchester where, they will probably make their home. Mr. He-- s will join his family on SatseA-er- urday. Superior Thing. But the things which hare lire ar superior to those which have not Ula, and of those which have life th superior are those which have reason. Marcus Aurelius. TOO LATE TO CLASSFY THE LYRIC. Hal Chase's Home Run. (Kalcm) y. Strike at the Little Johnny. (Es-sana- BOYS 10 LEFT ) P""- 1 1 1 e onct'rf Tiff m--:uL- -- strife -- fc 1 JT . - - - - - .1 JME WINCHESTER N, SOol in-I- ll WEWS CORROBORATES HER 'r nr .iw.Mra irr kbi I - Seuth Main Street, ifltichestBr, Kentucky. Dally, Except Sunday. HUSBAND'S STORY Mrs. McManigal Confirms T'l: Told by Ortie in Reference to Dynr.mite- Conspiracies . it' . Entered as second-clas- s matter, IlOtl -- 10 . U.K. vnf.ni November 28, 1908, at the postoffice Indianapolis. Jan. 13. Ortie 'ito ia Winchester, Kentucky, under 'the Manigal's confession, particularly .let of March 3, 1879." with reference to others who helped him in the dynamite conspiracy, was Both Phenes 91. conSrmed in impoitant details by the dynamiter's wife, who was examined SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Friday bv government officials in ehaigc of the Federal grand jury in By Mail. Daily, one year Six Month3 One Month. I If r Payable in Advance. ABVERTISIRt -tl- RATES: -lf & 1 r. 9m Hn, aay ditio tkrm tuns, irithia rat Dm Om Mk, costiBsunsr Mk. . calttdar bo., eontianoaily. favwoeks, 4 times weak fbvMkB, SKI three time s week. Fiom conversations she Jiad with 1.50 her husband in Chicago, Mrs. Mc .25 Manigal, it is said, was able to tell much about the man who approached SfcManigal when he was working on a building in -- Detroit in June 1907 and induced him to begin the many f .35 explosions on "open shop" jobs 0 This man went to Detroit from InLOO dianapolis and professed to have in 3.00 structions and money from J. J. Mc 2.50 Xamara. 1.80 L20 .75 vest'nticn. $3.00 md weeks, two I tiau k week. T nt always give satisfaction beeauf-they always do the work. J. T. Shelnut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills with "great Jill leans, L Prices for your Furs. satisfaction and found -- more relief asthma and bronchitis. Miss Bessie Brewing, a colored CHstH!J Per Weri: from their use tha nfrom any othci J. W. HISEL t gill, has been appointed as a teach kidney medicine, and I've fried al Bridge Junk Shop J iBMTtiou, n editioe Get tickets for Lindey's lecture i V9I most all kinds. I can cheerfully ree- No. 23 North Maple st. er in the public schools of Los An insertions continnondj .. 'rom canvassers or at Strode's Drug XHif. .' East Tennessee Phone 215, Home geles, Cal tkree additional insertions. o ominend them to all sufferers for kidtore. Prices 50 cents for general The .f30,000 negro theater at In la calendar no., continaously. .10c ney and bladder trouble." Folej ldmission; 33 cents for students, hone 590. dianapolis was opened to the public Votkiaf counted less than 10 ords. Kidney Pills will cure any case of md 23 cents for children, if tickets THE WORLD on New Year's Day with an atten ALMANAC; Mo item charged oe bookt fnt kidney or bladder trouble not beire bought in advance.. iJO J,DJ dance of 2,000 Xi yond the reach of mediciuc. wwi tbas 36 eate. 1912 EDITION Henrietta Morton died at Lexing medicine can do more. "X' ;i ton last week, age 119, tvhi'e Dolive , IRON MOUND THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR rOWCIG. , For Sale, by All Druggists. In this compact volume1 of valuaADVERHSING BY THE Baxter died at Elkins, Va., age 113 ble and interesting information,, a The promotion of Captain Cliarle Mr. John Williams is on the sick complete, .library in itself, INFANT PARALYSIS Young, a Kentuckv negro, to the LEWIS R. HAMPTON, ' ! you will . . if find accurate particulars GNERAU OFFICES ,li if I ralik of Major in the Ninth Cavalry NEW "YORK AND CHICACC Mr., and Mrs. iBud Packet t spent the special pessjous .of Congress, the ,F him the highest ranking negrc i ' ifi'feRANCHES IN AL' TriF PfilNCIPAL CIT New Year's-Da- y with Mr. 'and. Miv. elections, census statistics and. com- makes riTiror in the 'American army. Youn; ,., i J.T.Stone.,, A. H. SYMP SON. parisons, reciprocity, the 'Panama graduated front the V. S. "Military HEROISM OF FIREMEN Case That is Attracting Much AtteniMr. audi Mrs. J. T. Stone ami Canal, ,maikets, crops, increase ii Academy in 1889. Exchange. tion Reported at Newpcrtw Phy- daughter. Josie : Livic Tultln prices of staple products, cost of liv, lilass. colored, who uai JmI. Winclictei' sicians Puzzled. and Mrs. Maudy;, Sons were .tha ing, aerial achievemcnts, records and flO GEO. FOX, Salesman. Misses EL IN and REID, Sales Ladies s we'd the city of Hopkiusville ac of lieroit-- as pleasant .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jir.i disasters, .scientific discoveries, ex,- -, I ceptably as' Coiuicilrcan'for lajyejtrsv; Cincinnati. O.. Jan. 13. A ca.-- t Curtis; Friday, IlJUtiiiUiFUn MK'niK y rtHalfin VhJi Battalion Chief Walsh plurations and innovations of .1911. las littlWluieMn the sreo Equitable that i attracting much attention Mr. F. M.) Stone,, of Right Anglo, wars, international disagreements did riot stand' for i . .. j fall,' so' on his retirement was ban ; re-iXew York City. He went J among physicians o'f this section was visited Mr. Mack Sons, recently. , -- I I t. "J and other, great Iiistorical events, .. ... fit. ..I..". quetted by his constituent, Decern fcmoke and flame reported Friday night by Dr. Edward Mrs. Cora Patton and three chil growth of the United States, increasW (?qigv0 IWtf ooroJi' her 29. ric'h he was workin-ga- ve Herman, of Newport, K-- . It is that dren and 'Mrs. Etta Kerr and little ing population and wealth of counElder M. J. Mace wiH'ngriin proacj of 78 v?iy,';preeipitatinjr him into the of' Frank Scott, twenty-fiv- e, baby were the pleasant guests of tries. State and municipalities. Conat the Christian church (otndrror - I.abcl!a street, Newport, who, he Mrs. Carrie Stone, Monday. blazing furnace below. There gressional lecords, sporting records, In this bank may bel assured of receiving direct personal atten! at and Dr. E. R. is suffering from infantile nol a fireman in the Winchester Detion and prompt service, j weights and measures, iBennie Hudson, of West Bend, currency, ; All we ask is an opportunity to serve you th&f. we may proT partment who lias not taken, or who paralysis in an advanced stage. The visited his uncle J. T. Stone, recently. weather forecasts, universities and Broadway Baptist. the quality of out banking service. The negro as a rule has never a lias not been willing to take, riks case created a stir when brought to Miss Tempie Stone was the pleas schools, religious orders, industries, We invite you to call and see as. involving his life in order to iperform the attention of the health oflieial-o- f ant guest of her cousin, Lindsey commerce, railroads, shipping, debts yet learned the value of time an money and the importance of They are in his duties efficiently. the three cites. Stone, at Right Angle, several days of nations, armies and navies of the promise: as for punctuality he is a Leroic set of men, are these firemen, This is the first case of this rare last week. world, banking, money, taxes, insurSii tliV. total stranger. Corner Main and South Court Street. whether in Xew York or Winchester, disease in this section of the country Near Co art Hem Miss Etta Winburn has entered ance, political parties, secret societ. ; Dr. E. S. Miller, of Chicago, son Winchester, Ky. general' public little apjire-ciates't- to have attacked a man of the age of ollepc at Berea. and the ties, clubs, births, marriages, divorof Mrs. Lucy Evans, of thi mettle of which they show Scott, physicians say, as it is usualMisses Nancy and Sadie Sons are ces and deaths, woman suffrage and i, city, has announced his candidacy themselves possessed until opportu- ly confined to small children. isiting their brother, Everett Sons, : n Oj0jjq 0ther Facts and Figures Up for County Commissioner I Second of Cook pooi. billatd and cant mcni- -, Ward 802 nity is offered for thorn to show it. Wednest Lexington. Scott was stricken late to Date of every tlay interest and county, 111. 'it .Vnnie Boyde - reported se- - Taiid Watd Mi 710 "And in such cases they seldom if evMisses Annie Mae Wills, Bertha value to everybody. day night. The patient grew wore It is hich time that some of om rioiisly ill. 2,G15 Ward i Fourth er fail to respond to the call of duly, and finally his lower limbs became Stevens, AVillie and Mary Ella Pat- No merchant farmer, laborer, 'buschurches are having New Year's or Kith Ward 1,51 as they see it, regardless of personal paralyzed. His condition is serious. ton were the pleasant guests of iness South Africa is proving to he the man, housewife or business wo- Leap Year's t,IC "neSro wardJ entertainment. consequences. .ichest country in the world since the I Thc Foulth is Annie man, school boy or school girl should Misses Roisc Lee and John Mrs. Thomas Davis was buried 0,,I-one Councilman while the The fireman who jumps from hif Jiscovcry of diamonds there: 100,- - j h ,ias Puckctt, Saturday night and Sunday be without a copy of the valuable from LOG LICK Clark Chapel, Monday. warm bed such a night as Friday Councilmen each, Mr. 1912 reference volume of useful in(iO per cent. of the j others have two 1100,000 catats or Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Stevens, UtJ W. II. Nelson, one of the promient night, hurries into his clothes and :Mrs. formation. Several tobacco men from this and Mrs. Charlie Williams and (West of colored citizens "of Paris, who now nitput of the world have been taken yet the Fourth has nearly double th Price 23c. goes into a burning building thinking place attended the tobaco sales at Carrie Elkin visited Mr. and Mrs. T rt? i: I rn i 9" .... ftlintoi, fiom the mines with a valuation of population of the other wards, an uy mani nuuaio ana Tl!it pi, ihonly of extinguishing the flame-;- , Winchester this week. omc of our most heavilv taxed bu.'i- Jack Wills, recently. , .foe. --Vloi-css the .New ork World. ,linigelf with the Broadwav Baptis ?7o0,000,0U0 or an expenditure on takes bis life in his hands. How ofnc.--s enterprises are in the Noil the part of diamond buyers of New York. 1 Mr. James Hutson is erecting a ten do we think of that, except when nice cottage on tho land he recently 000,000,000.00. Ninety-fiv- e per cent ! End. "Consistency thou art a jct iProf. II. R. Ilumnioiids has finish that life is snuffed out? A kindly purchased from the Hutson heir.s., j el." OHIO BALLPLAYER TO ed his school at PikeviJie and return of all thc imported precious stuies word of appreciation of such men frtt Mr. Algin King and family, of this that comes to thi- - country, come- - i Dr. Webb's jwirishioners were MANAGE PARIS TEAM. ed to the city. a pleasure to ns to write. QUICK Lighted to sec him occitnv his nuhYt Thc place, will leave shortly for TennesJ. H. Harris, of this city, who is r from South Africa. Hou-- e receipts of Now I last Sunday, York see, where he will make his future the first time in several Paris. Ky., Jan. 33. 'President J contracting plasterer at Mt. Sterling FURS! FURS!! from j Many of our good white pcoplo home. none hist vear for dianirnd FURS!!! Bacon has contracted with a good J was the guct of honor last Tliur.-SERVICE AND Little Virgil Dawson is quite ill at people Will pay you the Highest Cash manager for the coming season, who. Jdny ni ht at an elaborate receptioi South Africa amounted to $40,000,- - j hae helped our 900.00. this writing with appendicitis. te .vho were in circumstances: Prices for your Furs. he thinks, will be able to return the given by air. and Mrs. Wade Tillmar t Mr. Jack Parker sold to Mr. Green Marriage licence wa; ued at the this week. Wc arc sorry that we J. W. HISEL pennant at White Park for another at their elegant .3,000 residence. REASONABLE Bridge Junk Shop. Howard, 1 horse for C0. year. He has secured tho services Charity Organization There wi! County Clerk's Otlicc Wednesday for have not the- names of every donor Ir. Wm. Vaughn' and family, of No. 23 North Maple t of Joe Lewis, for three years mana- be a general mass meeting at tlr he marriage of Noah Triable, ase cck- -. on account of sicknear Winchester, visited his parents. .", to 'Lucy Hampton, age 34. which -- o we could publicly thank them inEast Tennessee Phone 215, ger of tiie Marion Club in the Ohio First Baptist church Sunday, JanPRICES 'Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Vaughn, the past 596. dividually. s wc thank them aj a Stale League, to manage the Paris uary 14, at 12:30 p. m., under the aus- the second marriage for each. cek. 4j in team the coming season. Lewis is to pices of the colored Associate" Dr. J. II. Tyler, colored, of this whole on thc part of the race, who is, Miss Lizzie Williams, of Irvine, pipes freeze bring with him" next spring several Charity. Let everybody come on' ?ity, was tried t Lexington Monday indeed a grateful people, for any aswhen Charles DuLm, Lovington," 111., Estill county, was the pleasant guest of (ho 'former members of the old and have a heart to heart, talk. Thr ou a charge of converting to iiis uwj sistance titat might be given any and flood your bath has succeeded in finding a positive of Miss Flora and Ida Vaughn, of Marion club and President Beacon Several church choirs with Miss AlThe Holy tse the poperty of another, Mary member of the race. cure for bed wetting- - ''My little boy this place, the past week. room oj. any other work has forwarded contracts to the fol- lison are asked to come and rcudei Fields, a negro woman cf thw citv, Scriptures has well said "God loves wct the bed every night clear thro' Miss Effie Wills, of (his place, is lowing members of the Paris club of music. charged with misappropriating .$1."0. j cheerful giver.'' in the plumbing, tin on the floor. I tried several kinds attending school at Berea College. last year, who are stilMield in reDr. j Rev. Timberlake's new church has H. D. Colerane, President. After hearing her testimony, of kidney medicine and I was in the Miss Nannie Howard, of Pilot ning or gas fitting, also - serve: Danny DTarrell, Pittsburg. Pa.; E. S. Taylor. Secretary."" Tyler was dismissed on motion of the i given him a "stove-pipe- " hat. drug store looking for something dif- View, visited her brother, Mr. Chuff gas mantels, globes, William Kuhluian, Cincinnati. Ohio; The coloied Episcopal church at Commonwealth. Hon. J. M. Steven- - Rev. W. S. Jones, a white minister ferent to help him when I heard of Howard, of this place, this week. 15. i. Goodman, Patntsville, Ky.: '01-Lonisville has been destroyed by fire son defended Tyler and C. S. Mof- - i in Alabama. U charged with neirro. Foley's Kidney Pills. After he had Mr. Robert Ends' sold to Mt. Ster- stove pipe, elbows, etc. Chapman, Cincinnati, fett assi-te- d Ohio; entailing a loss of $30,000, includin the prosecution. 'peonage by the Federal Commission taken them two days we could see a ling parties, one pair mules for $323. Clande MaxweU, Indianapolis, Ind.: ing a ne(v pipe organ that cost Winchester Democrat. Jerrv Tavlor was in Versailles taia Call Home Phone 607. change and when he had taken two- - ' Mrs. Bettie Eads and Mrs. Nioma and Georgo Schrauder, Cincinnati. -- L M for Which Andrew Carnegie According to the last census re- - week. thirds of a bottel he was cured. That ; Virion, of Winchester, were the Ohio. These, with a few other good contributed $1,000. This congregaWILSON, port from 'Washington. Winchester fJoVernor Cole L. Blea-- e. of South. is about six weeks ago and he has j pleasant guests of Jas. aud Dans ones to be brought here by "Manager tion is 'composed of the "aristocracy has-population of 7J5C divided' in- - Carolina, in a special lucssage'to the not wet in bed since' Hutson, the past week. , Lewis, will give Paris a first class-club- , of Louisville. The ehureh had a to five wards as follows: 19 N. Main Sttwet . Legislature this week, recommended,. .1 tot bale by AH Druggists. Mis. Asa iDayis, of Wincheserj lo start with. gymnasium, parlors, bath, daee.haU, First Ward .1,314 disbandmcat of all negro lodges. fv -- Mmm Botiees, hod type...7c reading, news heading. . . 15r fkne ebfitinnous insertions of Gamt tzU--. ftea at doable the ont-iim Una: weeks, one time a week. . . fav lhiefo'Metlcs---lB- FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS w'as the guest of her fath'er, MivtCL BAPTISTS TO UNITE IN Wills, this week. DR. FELIX MEMORIAL Log Lick Christian church has" called Brother Joe Adams for tin's Ministers of Churches in Lexington year as pastor. And Former Congressman W. 'P. Don't forget to subscribe for the Kimball Wifi Speak. Yon will geP:"' ' ' news. ' Lexington. Ky., Jan. 13.. AH the. Baptist churches in Lexington will unite in a Memorial service at the CROUP ENDS LIFE First Baptist church Sunday eve,n- i.:g nr. 7:30 o'clock in tribute to Dr. i Many Children Die of Crup Every W. n. Felix, a former pastor of that Year Before a Doctor Can Be ciuirch. who died at Clearwater, Fla., Summoned: last week. The following addresses wili be delivered: iPa rents, of children should be pre"Dr.' Felix and the First Church." pared at all times for a spasm of Hon. William Preston Kimball. cronp. "Dr. Felix As a iFreaeher. Rev. T. Keep in the house a remedy that C. Ecton. will give instant relief and keep the "Dr. Felix and the Fifth Street child from choking until the arrival Baptist Church" Rev. Walter Broek of the physician. "Dr. Felix and His Alma Mater." Get a 50 cent bottle of HYOMEI Rev. Arthur Westneat. today and in case, of an attack of "Dr. Telix and Lexington Baptist's" croup pour 20 drops in a kitchen Rev. E. J. Caswell. Hold' the bowl of boiling water. "Dr. l'Vlix the Christian." Ri'v. J. child's head over the bowl so that it V Poiter. can breath the soothing, penetrating Muic wil! H furnis'i:;d t.v ill' ipor that arises. In i'.v cf1 :ht Fifth S?r.it send for a physician. iir.rch i nu the choir of :'u I'i- -. t This treatment has saved the live.-;- . o!i.:rli. The niili'h is of many children and is precaution cd to attenjj t(e sen.;ee . that all .parents should promptly take I IILOMEI is sold by Phillips Drug FURS! FURS'! TURSU! Store and druggists everywhere and Will pay yon the Hfgnest Cash n(nrrli nntnrn n tnpd fnt- fM'fiim ........... f -lift 1 r- ' BLOOM I Nf DALE MnHHpaMMflHUMMWMHMHBMMi Mr. W. T. Rucker rented 130 acres of land with improvements lor .f030 from Mr. Herbert Helfin.. Mr. Herbert Helfin and J. N. Rainy sold their, tobaco to McCullum for 8 Cents straight. Bankrupt Sale ! Under order of theFederal Court for the Eastern- - District of Kentucky, I am retailing" the stock of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt. Now is your chance to buy your clothes at Mn George A. Abner has returned home after a pleasant visit with relatives near Lexington. Mrs. M. E. Gamboe and little son, Clyde, visited at the home of ' Mr.-Willia- Wilon, Thursday. Mr. W. M. Osborne bought of Winchester parties one load of corn for $4 per barrel. COLORED COLUMN (W. W. Banks, Editor) The first blood spilled in teh Revolutionary War was by a negro Crispus Attacks, at Boston, Mass., Match 5, 1770, and the last volleV fired in the Civil War was by negro troops at Palmetto Ranch, Texas, May 13, 1863. The' colored State Teachers' Association at a recent meeting at Paris adjourned to meet at Bowling Green. John Mitchell, president of a negro bank at Richmond, Va., is a member of the American Bankers' Associa tion, which recently met at New Or LESS THAN COST Sale is now going- - on. Bvery article in the store must be converted into cash at once. The stock consists of Men's an Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Shoe: Hosier)7, e J'-ii- Gloves, Sweaters and ll-18-4- kinds of furnishing goods. w . lt. -- Receiver. Manaoer. B.,.-Mrs- tjffidldlfaLcte n- 11 . - .- TheNew Depositor National Bank KMUMiHMMHW i- Bin-bridg- e Citizens he in-la- w i- V -- "i . I 1 I ,,,, 3 i- -. Cii-to- m dc-crv- de-titu- - Horn-Phon- o . nc jour $3,-00- 0, . urn r a i THE WllKimTEn ftEWS. -- Hate to get up these cold mornings? Get a "BIG BtN," he's the most wide awake iellow we know. DOIM'X YOU Ayer's Hair Vigor is composed of Sulphur, Glycerin, Quinin, Sodium Chlorid, sicum, Sage, Alcohol, Water, Perfume. Stops Palling Hair Destroys Dandruff - Ask Your An Elegant Dressing Doctor Makes Hair Grow Maw. Cap--" i J- COMPREHENSIVE k JBHES HUM THE RURAL TEACHER ll.ixing been engaged for the p.i- -t eiuhi years in instructing for citizenship in the rural school. I have decided to jot down a few of my and some of the teachers pleasures and anticipations. Few teachers, when they bigin their work, have any idea of the nature and disposition of children. Think of the young teacher entering the average country scliool usually in a strange neighborhood. She is greeted by a scoie of young hope-fn- ls who are all anxious to know something of the new teacher. Every pupil is wondering if she will be as good to them as the teacher wa? s whispers fron. last year. every side: "She looks a little like Miss Kate. Gee. T don't want hct y to get mad at me; I bet she Smith 'fore three days." lithe midst of this confusion, we wil! take a look at the house and gn.und-frothe outside, flue shutter off another hanging by one hinge, hal' the biick ofl the Hue. a bad rent ir the roof and four panes of weeds so high and thick thu should the children try to play, then would he danger of tangling then feet and getting a tumble they would never forget. She-heargei-P.illm glas-broke- Hi'll make it eas3' for you to get up. t , DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR - tl Atxb Oomfaxy. Ixwcll. GAM E LAW Will Be Introduced c. H. BOWEN www U1IU GRAND OPERA IN LEXINGTON MY BROTHER IS DEAD SAYS MNSlHr TO DEMENTED PERSIA Appeal Made to Sulzer by Young Frank Cairns. The State Department Influenced by Russell's De- sires. Washington. Jan 13. Declaring Hint four American assistants to W. Morgan Sinister, deposed treasurer general of Persia, are being detained in Persia through the influence of the "demented'' American minister. Frank F. Cairns, chief assistant to Shunter, cabled Representative "Sulzer, chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Friday asking aid of Congress. The cablegram follows: 1 K J , j. "Four American officers affected by Russia's ultimatum enuallv with Sinister desire release cn ime terms JLivc presented claims to Persian government for full salary of unexpired term and traveling e.vpen-- e aln lowances. legations supposing our claim in good faith. Persian cabinet will obey their lit struetions. Department of Stale is influenced by demented American minister iiere, who is endeavoring to destroy our claims, lie is upset with tljo idea :t6; ooUntcl Aitiuriaiij,'jto liVM Anglo-Russia-- and unspeakable' condition . Your .through ,Staie De- assi-lanee sues inljiililii i l i A fclviiW 1 j 1.1. il L The telegram is dated at Tehcru.' S'.il.rr ... I.. 11... Lh.. MM. At CKUHSmHtlill It is a lonjr time since Kentucky J. P. dUnliH, a resident of Powell VAV1U1I has been treated to a performance of comity, Kentucky, died with heart jrrand opera in English, and conseJanuary 1, 1912. He nuffei-eli quently the coining: of the Aborn intensely for about four weeks said he would take the matter imme1i Grand Ojtera Companj' to then he stepped from the stage t diately with thp StatCiDepartment in following its 'highly successhe cele.-tichariot, and his sou an attempt to help the American offul engagements in Louisville an vas soon with the God who gave it ficials, as he believes their complaint Ciucinunti, is creating widespread) "In leaves four sons aud One "daugh is justified and their rights should be. inteiesfin this' part of the state. er to mourn their loss, but their los-iprotected by the government of the his gain. will give three per- -' This company United States. The American minisLexington Oper, foiniance at the lie war. born in Letcher count; ter o Persia is W. W. Rus-el- l. House on Monday and Tuesday, Janyy., June 13, 1842, but was reared ii uary 22 and 23, embracing a reperireathitt county. At the age of 1!" JUDGE RUSSELL MANN toire of three opera of widely difears, he and I enlisted in the Con IS LAID TO LAST REST. ferent character, and by three difcderate service under A. C. Copt ferent composers. Offenbach's fanptaiu Company I)., 3th Kentuek; .legSment, Lewis Brigade. This i Pari-- , Ky.. aJu. U. The funeral mous opera, coiniquc, "The Tales o; ll Mann, who died Hoffman," which was one of the mos veie we suffered the arduous hard of Judge hips incident to soldier life, fo Thursday afternoon, was held at the decided successes of llammerstcin': ibout three years. He was a gallan Christian church Saturday afternoon memorable career at the Manhattai ?aithful soldier, from the dav of hi The services were Opera ITou-- e in New York, will b at 2 o'clock. nlistment to the end of the Wa conducted by Elder J. T. Sharrard.. given as the initial offering on Mont About tw. letween the States. DivB. M. Shive and the Confederate day night. Vedi'rf immortal "II ore," one of the most richly meloafter the War ceased, he mai veterans The body was placed in the 'ears vault in the Paris cemetery with the' dious and universally popular work;" ied Mi.-- Fannie Glegg. daughter p I'homas Clegg, of Walton count burial rjtes of the Masons. The ac- of all times, will occupy the "TuesPuccini's master: leorgia. Six children were born t tive pallbeareis were M. F. Kenney, day matinee. hem. Soon after the. birth of thei Robert C. Talbott, Harmon Stitt. Dr. piece, "Madam Butterfly," probabl; F. M. Fanes, R. K. McCarney. W. T. the greatest work of any living com :ist child, Goa ?ook her from him George W. Redmon. Pcarce poser, and one about which resi Then it was that he manifested grea: Talbott, The honorary pallbearers dents of this part of the country Icvotion for his children, and thu Paton. were the Confederate veterans, the have heard a great deal without hav lung to them till the day of hi Paris bar, officers of the Christian ing an opportunity to see and hear i leath, without taking the risl of put church. Judge Robert L. Stout. Capt. before, will be given for the tlr.n ing a stepmother over thn hi Ed. Taylor, W. 11. McMillan, George performance on Tuesday night. temonstratcd love should ever en The Abron forces number on Alexander. Judge Denis Dundoii. Col. '.ear his memory to them. He wa alto Robert 1$. Franklin and Mayor J. T. hundred shjgers andmu-ician- s mt only a faithful husband am' cho Ilinlon. rreihor jn its double "atlier, biH'oiie of the most loyal and'graml opera oichesti'a, an i as I filer knew!' I know of m jldtul (hafbcdiihs- his 'moral, socia waul oil Jlowcrs.i insist carries fceyeral carloads! of scenery The i doubh. ?r 'religioiis standing. He ccrtaiul; having home j grown flowers, fotumes aii,d effects. jno.ney in your cast, nrraiigement , jnehules two set thereby keeping youis '.vas 'one' n.tri that tried to' keep hi of prjpeipnl jirtists, Hvho'- lalternat-witrule1; t"6' dii unto all men as lit home circles. PURLIjANT, POOLE one. (another, caj?lr singer ap vould Have Uiem do'lmto him. Tliir pean at only four. performances FLORIST,. l'oble cliaractcristic 'of his life eu jWiuchesteiy Kv. wcekfi T'10. entire a'fray C'tal lertred'lii 'mto all that. knew him, ain 'A ' .11 !r cut will, .he heqivV during'1 the' thVc' t' should stand as a gitide-poW peiformances ,in Iington, s'Om'fc 'a' iciiit'o'dicrs to the celestial "city. ' .me pefformanee. and others At ah-- ' When about 30 years of age, h se d in Lower House, Providing For The Prevention of the Extermination of Fish aDd Game'. v En-jr- Lex-inirto- n. al s Ru-se- Tro-va- .s Louisville,, Ky., Jan. 8. A comprehensive game jaw designed to prevent the extermination of game and food fish from Kentuekywaters will be introduced in the lower House of the Legislature next week, fhe men ire having been drawn as the result of a conecrte'd movement of LouN-all- e fish merchants led by James Sowders, who conducts a fish marke 'n Jefferson near First street. The principal clause of the law governs the size of the iiesli in seines ued by fishermen vho supply the local markets. At iresent, according to a statement nade by Mr.'Sowders, the average .ize of the mesh in seines in common of an ise hereabouts is Such seines, !Mr. Sowders uch. aid, strip the streams of game fish o an extent that makes the extinc-io- n of both game and food fishes rom local waters within, the next pro-aosed one-four- th few years virtually a certainty. -- cast,-larg- i s' - "These small fish, caught in nets of the type now used, are either thrown away or destroyed, or else are sold in the marfcet at about fifth of the price charged for fish of in ordinary size," said Mr. Sowders Saturday. "In cither case they are Fishermen fretjucntly i total loss. offer us lots comprising hundreds of pounds of these small fish, the of which arc no larger than the ones used by the United States. hatcheries to stock streams. ma-iori- ly ( i: III''' rj Clearance Sale Silk Waists in all colors in messaline, chiffon and taffeta. Value up to $7.50 other, including Edith Helena, JairAbcrcronibie, Elaine Do Salleni, Leonard Samoloff, Domeitiei IJnso, Louis Kricdler, 'Morton Ad kins. William Schuster, liillip Feit .aiul others, with Carlo Xie(i;i 'a'1 conductor. "Zo-Fulto- On account of the many iiujuirie1 .ranager Scott, of the Lexington Opera House has received concerning this event, he has decided to inaugurate a special system for the fillim of mail orders from music lovers ii the cities and towns within conveu ient distance of Lexington, and tin orders are coming in rapidly fron many points within a radius of thirty or forty miles of that city. All mai' orders should be accompanied b money orders for the rcquiref amount for seats specified, made ou1 to Charles Scott, Manager Lexington Opera House, Lexington, Ky. The price for seats at the tw evening performances will be $2 anf1 $1.50 on the lower floor, and $1.50 $1 and 7.1 cents in the balcony, while those for the Tuesday matinee will be .$1.30 and $1 on the lower floor and .fl. 7;) cents ai"l ."0 cents in the balcony. Get tickets for Lindsey's lectun i from canvassers or it Strode's Drus Stoic. Prices 50 cents .(or general f Long Flannel Kimonas. Values $2.00 Silk hose in black. Values 50c 98c 19c Seines Must Be Modified "The bill which I rayo?,'jcojitinii'-- : .d 3fi'. Sowder, "prohibfts' this 'uMi ";isu of any1 seine with a mesh les than two inches 'in Wines to be ue'd toi cati'h minnow's jnd'baiti as distinguished from food ind game fish, 'of conrse, are expected from the scope of the law." Under the terms of the proposed irofesseh a hope in Chn-t-- , an ,oined the M. E. Churf;h at Pleasant law it will be a misdemeanor, ' by a fine of not more than' v'alley, in Walton county, Georgia .?30, for a person to have in his posnaintaining his Christian integrity ill the day' of his death. AS; prool session a seine with a meMi under 'if his fidelity and relation with the iwo inches in diameter or to have hi' his possession or to offer for Christ whom he served, I carefull nterrogatedthim a few days before sale fish under, a certain length, the 'lis death, I said to him: "Brother, ize of the finny catch varying as the inc. ire ou prepared to die?" He said snecies is rare or oleiititul. act makes it obligatory upon the 'I am." Said I: "Ho you know that you arc?" Sharply looking me h) fishermen to return to the waters 'he face, he said: "I do know that I ilive fish of less than the following mi." "Glory to God." said I, "it's 'cngths: Salmon, twelve inches; cat fish, eleven inches; white bass, ten enough." nches; buffalo, thirteen inehe-:- . The A few days before' his death, 1 taking of black bass by seine is pro'aid to him: "Brother, when you get hibited altogether. The act is modip to Heaven tell our dear departed eled upon the ones already in effect Mies that I am coming, too." With in Illinois aud Indiana. Inasmuch look of firmness he said: "I will Kentucky riparian and criminal Thank God for tin is tell them." tatutes are enforceable to the low bright testimony he left behind, and water mark on the" Ohio, Indiana by and by, I shall go up to greet him ind Illinois shores of the Ohio river "n his happy home. the law if passed would work a Good-by- e dear brother, we'll meet sweeping change in fishing conditions . st puu-:shab- le , is announced, called to order, and tin trustee (if he i there) called upoi lor a talk and if he can be prevail ed upon gives the pupils a few word-oadvice, and promises the teach cr the house shall be repaired, i! usually says, "I did not' want thi place but they elected me, and I an going to 'do my duty," but. whar Next school .j.4)!hL,' idea of;?dfJ l!:"e iiousc is' in 'tlic"s::me condition only'wor! He then gives the foi !mer'trustee-"rounding up and'trtke' h?s Seat well satisfied with his "goof " .':'5 '!1 home "thrusts-.! . 5' I, i". Now let's, take an inventory of th apparatus with which the tcaehe niut work. A map of the Unite States so. badly dilapidated that it I difficult to make out a single name about foity wquare feet of the wa! painted black about twenty year-agfivr a blackboard and so fa from the lloor the children must, tiptoe to reach it; an old stove; a brooti with a broken handle; a leaky wate bucket, and a hole in the dipper. Ye she is expected to teach a goo' ' school. S:.10 o'clock Finally hoii-- e the Lincoln. Near Freeman's Bridge, ia Anderson county. Kentucky,. ' was born the Hon. Champ Clarek. loiile did his teachers think that todpy ue vould be the Speaker of the Hoase of Representatives. Ob. well, there arc several "Lord Ma voi's davs in -- the life of the teacher. One is he second Satur day in October, the first pay you know. And sometimes I am soi-r- y to say the last day of school is the pleasautest of all. In no voca tion of life are more strenuous ex ertion? required than in the "rural scliool room. How the bloom begins to fade from the cheek of the many beautiful girls that begin life in the country school roorar How quickly the fun loving boy develops the sedate movements of the man. And yet when the greatest effort is required, the greatest good can be accomplished. Do we. as teachers, realize the icspoiiMbility that rests Do we live in such a upon ii- -? manner that there Srould be no remorse of conscience should one ot out pupils follow directly in our steps. How readily 'and naturally the child adopts the manners of the teacher. There is no doubt in the nird of a child tlmt the highest type i integrity, honesty' ana wisdom is '.o be found in his. teacher. 'Most 'eaeher are thoroughly equipped in 'jooks, but as a whole are we not deficient in other things After a talk by the teacher on mannersthe good effects will he noted in a very short time and in many instances they last dr, through lite. Ideas of right and wrong. Tcspetjt for other people's views and the duties ire easily taught in the same manner. Then fellow-teache- r, let's watch our a na nners and guard., our words for word escapes our pupils. Beteachfore we cau be an er, .we muflt jVayj5;at, least three characteristics, he 'foVhearaitcc of the firmness of man and the Oiaiuicra af perfect Jadies and gentlemen. .er'a up-to-d- woman, 11 U.IWbH C. C, TERRY. j ' SICK UPSET STQMOCH - - o Jiapepsin Steps FtcmmfatiM Ami Ends Worst Case ef Dyspfata in . Five Minutes Why not get some now this mo-aeand forever rid yourself of Jtomaeh trouble and Indigestion! A lietcd stomach gets the blues and Give it a good eat, then, crumbles. ake l'ape's Diapepsm to start the ligestive juice working. There will be or belching of Iras or 10 dyspep-i- a mentions of undigested food; no eeling like a lump of lead in tU tomach or heartburn, sick headache md Dizziness, and your food will not 'jrment and poison your breath witi nt, I am proud to say, though, th.. this condition is rapidly improving f again, I in Heatherbloom Petticoats 98c in black. Values $2.00 Shirt Waists in all linen. 49c Values $1.50 Long Black Coats intall lined 54 inches long. Valufe$ $25.00 Though thy voice on earth is still, And there's a vacant place in thu CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. home; i George W. Shepaerd, pastor. Ser That no other one can fill. When Heaven's gate opens to, thoc: vices at Court House. Sitaday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sweet and gentle voice! will say ind 7:00 p. m. Prayer meetiafei come, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. satslO-t- f And Angels, too, in glad' acclaim wili that stream. admission; 33 cents for students, say, "We rejoice to welcome ,3'ou home." Earth has lost one gladness to me: Heaven .seems more real; and bright Since the spirit of my dear brotehr Took its tranquil Heavenward flight: Though his voice is still '.in death, His niemuiy ne'er shall fade, And sweet thoughts ever linger, Until in my grave I am laid." By his brother. S. T. CAUDILL. Indian, Fields, Ky. FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE" and 23 cents for children, if tickets aie bought in' advance. Source of Afflictions. Whatever wo may pretend. Interest and vanity aro the usual sources or our afflictions. $10.00 AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK. Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Admission 10c, Skates free. WIND 91 CLOAK & SUIT CO. Inc. Night 7 to 10. Skates Admission 10c, 15c. A. M. DOMES, Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. Particular attention to Ladies. Beginners taught free from 10 to 12 ASM. ' - Elks Building 61 Main Street Both Phones 364. Bloorafield & Ratliff D.B. SCOBEE, Mtfr. Pfyis Mr. Jas. McCaffcry, Mgr. of the Sehlifz Hotel, Omaha, Xe'b., recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, because it cures in every case. "I have used it fliysclf and I have recommended it to many others wi.o liave since ttold me of its great curattive power in diseases of the throat and lungs." Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a reliable family medicine. Give it to your FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! children, and take it yourself when Will pay you the Highest Cash you feel a cold coming on. It checks Prices for your Furs., and cures coughs, colds and croup J. TV. fflSEfif and prevents bronchitis and pneuiHO- jSj. Bridge ftfnnk Shop, ma. lie luse suustitute?. Ufc123 North Mapie ft. Sale" Ly Ail" Druggist.? I Tell i iMiMiiawaiMaaBi rii.neJio, none MNMCMK FWTHE NEW! 596. New houses wifih all outbidding.? ai being built and equipped and tin One bundled am yards fenced. twenty days with, oh! any when from three to forty noiy. niichiev oiis school children sounds tongl does it not? Well it is, if that is a! lauseous odors. you can see. But there is more t Pape's Dinpepsin costs only 58 it. We must know something o' ent.s for a large case at any drug children. We must ascertain ju. tore here, and will relieve the moss what interests each child. There hstinate case of Indigestion and Up-- et general class with many exeep Stomach in five minutes.. Hons. We will take this class first There is nothing else better to take j!as from Stomach and cleanse the Jut a? a llower buds, bloom? and developed into a something .tomach and intestines, and,"lC5idesf that is beautiful to behold, a ebildb ne single dose will digest and premind develops into a something tha' pare for assimilation into the blood we can behold, hear and feel. Then ill your food the same as a sound, is invariably a class that is ven leallhy stomach would do it. slow at the beginning. Sometime.' When Diapepsin works, yonr stom-ic- h this is no fault of thfe teacher. Or rests gets itself in order, clcanr the whole, however. T am inclined t ip and then yon feel' like eating believe that the teacher has failed to vhen you come to the table, and what find the bent of the childi-- h mind 'on cat will do you good. One teacher, a very abAbsolute relief from all' Stomach sorbing love of horses in one of he) Misery is wailing for you as' soon 33 pupils, directed his mind along that vou decide to (ake a little Diapepsin'. line and he became cue of the great Tell your druggist that you want est horse trainers and financiers in Pape'.s DiajH-'psin- , because you want to become thorougly cured'lis time. the whole country. One likes the farm, another the Remember, if your stomach fails store and sometime.? a pupil has the out of order and uncomfortable noW, ambition to become a teacher. Find you can surety get relief in five min what interests a child and ne this' utes. for a beginning gradually adding SEE grammar and arithmetic, now often pupil? and vou can get your photo taken have I watched certain wondered what kind of citizens they Earp's Studio thi3 week at greatly 1-- 2 -- lUt would make. We never know but reduced prices. Get tickets for 'Lindsey's "lectare what unawares we are training a "great man." Little did Lincoln's from canvassers or at Stress Drag teachers realize that some day thi Store. Prices 50 'cents for jftueral awknnrd. bashful liov .wfMihl he ;hlniissnii ; .".-- rents for sthdeata, resident of the United States. But j ind 25 cents for childrou, if tickets not? necessarV to go back to I arc. bought in advanc a -- , ... - . V. Yl1 WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY Montgomery E. Brewster presents beautiful IRENE DANIEL in the most talked of story ever staged, JANUARY lTtli. fi THE COMMON LAW ' II Tells a thrilling story of a woman's struggle against a common law marriage. A play every woman and girl should see. It's about the things that thrill you every day. PRICES $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50. GALLERY 25c. CONSTITUTION OF KENTUCKY Mrs. R. H. Cotterill Prepares Able Article, Which is Read Before Members of M. C. Club At a reeentmeeling of the M. ( CJub,, jJIrs. R. II. Cotterill read' the fyjllowjng, able paper on the "Consti- tution of Kentucky," which caused a(lgreat deal of favorable comment. Thp,,j)pper is full of valuable fen. ',Pf concisely, and read," by every shonhl be care Kefltujckian.. ...The.. Constitution of Kentucky .Kentucky has had four constitu1 con tions, and to know our pic-cti!(Utioii we must know .of( the, preceding ones, as the present constitution - based upon their, or. we might say is the outgrowth ol ut i- them. the state constitutions resemble that of the United State, anc" each sitate constitution ' rcemble- that of the other states. The in the constitutions of the Kales is a result cf geographical and To undeg'onomical conditions. of any state, rhand the constitution ft is necessary'to know its history. j Kentucky in early times was considered as a pait of Virginia and was jjjvader tthe control of that province. mainly in f?his control consisted flaiming the country we- -t of the Al- -' fj Ifghcnies and the making of land giv- -. r grants for that territory without , and for many 'Sis aid to flic settler-:settlers were not repre- j gears the acnted in the Virginia Hou-- e of Hur- jjesses. Qa one occ.ir.iui when Clail; isked Gov. Patrick' Henry, of Vir- nia, for gunpowder for defense of '.ie stations in Kentucky, the (inv,A11 Kentucky had not been reeigniz-P- d by any fomral legislature act: but c finally obtained the ponder firm 5$he legislature and the next divided the county of Fiucastle 4nd called one pail the county of Kentucky which embraced the pics-rstate limits. !' K The reason for the neglect Kentucky by Virginia can be found h the struggle for indepeiideiiee and gpther domestic troubles which kept Tkhe Virginia legislature huy. Then, xUo, it took main' weeks to receive ,eirs from the station-- - in Kentucky. T" It was not until 1777 that the bounty of Kentucky was first represented in the Virginia legislature. j.Tvo years later the county of Kentucky was- - divided into three counties Jefferson, Fayette jind Lincoln. But even then the most the Virginia legislature did.-fo- r Kentucky was to kfliake land, grants and grants for " .settlements. ate. It was not until1784 that KenThen seven years after the first tucky thought of being separate from the second constitutional convention legi-la-ijtu- rc ent cons-titutiona- $s entor could only lend the gunpowder Virginia, and then the people of Kentucky sent their first petition for separation to the Virginia legislature Hut on account of Indian trouble: the petition was refused. Delay after delay occurred and it was 'not until 17SG that the Virginia Assembly pas-e- d the act in favor of the proposed separation. But even then the final separation was postponed .n cue pretext and another. Virginia claimed she wished to hold Kentucky until the latter was admitted into the Union. It was not until 1790 that the entiie separation took placc. In lTfl, Congress passed the act to admit Kentucky as a state t to take effect the next year. Several conventions had been held hitheito to frame a constitution, but on account of the trouble over the separation from Virginia nothing was done. In December. 1701. the people of Kentucky elected their delegates xho met in Danville, April 9, 1792. md adopted the first constitution of Kentucky. This constitution was !iacd on the Federal constitution and al-- o that of Virginia. It provided that all laws then in force in (the state of Virginia, not inconsistent with the Constitution, -- hould be ii! force here until altered or repbal-t'- d by the legislature. As the Virginia law was the same as that of England, this brought to Kentucky the Common Law of England and the acts of Parliament to the f ninth year rf the reign of James I. This Constitution of 1792 differed from that of the parent state in so far as representation was concerned. In Virginia the basis of representation wa- by countie-'- . but in Kentucky numbers was established as the basis. The. executive, the Senate, and the judiciary were not under the direct control of the people. The Gover nor and Senators were chosen by electors, who were elected by the people every four years The Judges wcie appointed by the executive. The Sujncme Court had original and final jurisdiction in all land ca-a provi-io- n which later made much tumble. The constitution provided no means for education, or the establishment of bank, for corporations, etc. In these respects it In fact the first constitution was simply a compromise between two opposing factions and work of George Nichols! ; It was not but a few years until the people became discontented with thi-- j constitution and were clamoring for a new one. When tb.ey came to vote for a new cocounndition, five of (he twenty-on- e ties failed to report, and these delinquent counties defeated the requisite constitutional majority. Soon after, the matter was taken up in the House: but was defeated in the Senflic-acwa--t'.- ie met in July of 1799 and drew up the second constitution 6f the Commonwealth of Kentucky. This document was. the work of John C. Brecken-lidg- e. This second constitution provided for a change in that the Senate instead of being elected by a college of electors was distributed among a certain number of senatorial districts not less than twenty-fou- r, of this body was to and be removed each year. The Governor instead of being elected by the .electoral college, was to be elected by the direct votes of the people. Also there was a' change in the veto power, liut there was still no provi-ion made for education.' This negligence is perhaps the chief cause why Kentucky has been so far in education. 'This constitution went info effect 'in 1800 audi therefore called the constitution of 1800. This constitution was not satisfactory becauso it gave the legisla- tuic power to raise money on the The appointcredit of the state. ment of the judiciary by the Governor became unpopular, 'and because of the. numerous offices which were filled by the Governor. So in January, 1S49, the Legislature passed an act to call a convention to change the constitution. This convention met in Frankfort in October, 1849. Changes were made in the former constitution. In fact it was not a new constitution, so much as the remedying of the. defect.-- , of the constitution of 1S00. A clause was inserted providing for. .a fujid for the common schools. This constitution went into effect in 18."0. One of its defects- ivas the prohibition of legislative aid to internal imPersonal, civil and poprovements. litical rights were declared, and secured by a bill of .rights and by guarded limitations upon power. The present constitution was made in 1890 and went into effect the next year. Important changes were made in the three departments of state the executive, legislative and judicial. was Under the first head a provi-io- u officer made whereby no executive can hold the same office for two consecutive terms. Under the legislative special legislation was abolished and necessary provisions were made in regard to one-four- th be-hi- invoking the continuance of tdese blessings do ordain and establish this constitution." Under the first division of the present constitution is the Bill of Rights, taken from the constitution oftlSoO. The next' division is the Under departments of goverment. the judiciary are two divisions important to us. One the division on suffrage, whfeh says who may vote. This in time may be changed,' we hope, to include womenj'at any rate, on educational' matters. Tin!' Mode of "ite vision .which provides means "for changing ' tin whenever the people constitution outgrow it showm? tnrit' at Jill times the people 'of 'Kentucky? are a progressive people. otlu-divisio- n1 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER All kinds of stenographic work at reasonable prices. Miss Alice Moss, at Moffett & Spencer's office in Fra- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Ic a word for a slngn. ms:rtlae. ternity Building. 2c a word for tares ccnsecutivi It sartlons. Get tickets for Lindscy's lecture from canvassers or at Strode's Drug YiC. a won! for aaeb tdtfina! It sertlon. Store. Prices 50 cents for general admission; 35 cents for students, 10c a word par nonth. rs and 23 cents for. children, if tickets Scattered Insertions, Is par Insertion. a re' bought in advance. ' tlothlnfl Insartstj for test tliaa. tti ' eeals, Mothlna charged m aeoi; NOTICE 'far Iwa than 15 eanti. 'The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'o?., serve cows at .$2.00, money du at time of service.i j B. A.; OGDEN .vill I FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phoite 232. -tf FOR SALE A Xo. 4 Underwood typewriter in perfect condition: cheap. Inquire of O.. C. Ilardigg, George Drug Store. FOR SALE 500 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shock. .1. II. Croxtiin, Home phone S13-- ..' i- : i-i2--tt Insure iii", , .. . . . . t STROTHER'S ,, . :. OLD FOR RENT PHIZ RFXIABLE " AND 3' h Ii;2 JnANCE ' K FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Cash j Will pay you the nighest Prices for your Furs. J. HISEL"'V. Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Maple st W. Company ''can save"you txpress on Dry Cleaning which is our speciality. R. SID ELKIN, Agent. Laundry Lexington ' r i i cc or sawL store room tn "SUilu ity 4t.vfr, best location. ,11 the Paid right. Office' In ilcEljlpwney Building both;ph6nt2s! Horn , REAL ESTATE XgEWRY Mttlta. Fraternity Bldr., Plow 185 ; ', t PBOBt.TM.- - vr cf".M;t"?' ORlct Wl U.4P East Tennessee Phone 215, H6m Phone 596. THE DANGER .OF LA GRIPPE is ifs MEN Wlien afflicted with hnrdHMrue! di- money and FOR RENT Cottngc of five rooms 011 'College ' slrcetYSfrisI electric lights and goofl stable J.jjX. Bnsh, Home phone 139. -tf DR. M. L. MYERSr . DENTIST. ruta Floor JtcEMowuey BalUlaf. WINCHESTER. KY. fatal tendency to pneumonia. To cure your la grippe coughs takt 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 mo any good and I was A threatened "with pneumonia. friend, advised me to use Foley'.-Honeand Tar Compound and I gol some at once. I was relieved from the very first. By the time I hac taken three bottles my la grippe was gone. I believe Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to be the best medicine I ever us2tl and always keep a bottle with me." For Sale by All Druggists. , y X L OST mntini;i;h Oor lone uncertain treatments, but fcw TV do from 1 fPa i r no c 5I a cs in ca Return to Dr. Clark office. c. J. M. STEVENSON Attorney-atLaw i.H money, time and auflerf nz. Don I let Uck of umucrj kcvp jvu mmmj, OBI OI WOH JOU ti jo'X can arrance t ppjr ur until profeicnl fee lat-- r on. oIom of time while latins our treatment jou vc rig a i tu wua year irork. Pvion, Kbrnma.ttiiil Clcrr, iiorc. Skin rfeeaes, or Ntrrou Debility, ry a'lmcnt that haa been haninT vn frr or mcnrLi, I tie tiratsicnt of TadKts doctors i 1 drugrlttt until tou ar Cltcaracel a!l and M ta slow iqIcSIt uch Uocbl(.s caa be cartJ 5y T'xi I'blautsU. the Mart COME taiuM That to TO US. m ntTiee We Lnow finw. tw n j IF YOU SUFFER; "With RUPTURE, riitnli. llrtimcvl. Varietur!. Ktrirtnr. it FOR RENT 6 room cottage on Col- 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. lege street. A bargain if rented at onee. Call Home phone 01, 320 or PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH 28; East Tenn. 91. Attorneys-at-Law Hlou.1 LOST An automobile 3t ritta? Thursday. chain in city Dr. W. A. Bush. 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. WRJTE Oinclsnati Fir fe lif Qne$tfn tUt and -r- 521 TTalnut St., Clnclsnctl, -- Ro.. FOR SALE The Big-RuCoal, tee best on the market; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Construction Company. 11-28- -tl TrmUtm o .B. orr enrol FOR RENT Hot-tntit- THIS WAY FORI Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. house on Haggard street with gas and stable W. P. Azbill. Two-stor- y -tf MAD E m AW WAGON Condition LOST Pocket book containing $33, collar button and shoe buttoner, 'between Winchester and Beckner-villReturn to Xews office. Reward. e. Clark County Vattonal BAN IccBQnts And Polish Woman Drops From Ex- Terms Cash H. posure And Exhaustion Critical. Hrir-lol- . I have a few good buyers for faiuns. Those actually wanting to sell farms, call up C. E. Smith. Home phone, 47G. FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A hoUSC and 10 acres in grass. J. II Croxton, Home phone 813A. -tf ol MwctaM, Firm Hi Tri4tn MOW CaMKHK I. GILBERT S Home Phone 37 at CO. Ml N y Fitt. corporation.. Under the judiciary the superior court and all statutory, courts were abolished. The number of judges of' the Appelate Court was increased. Rhctoiicinn' have said that the pieamble of the Federal constitution is perfect: but does it not seem strange that no mention of God after such a long, hard struggle as the early colonists made? Instead of "We. the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union," etc., we have. 'We. the .people of the Commonwealth, of Kentucky grateful, to Al- attendance. mighty God, for the civil, political bus-band- , - 12. Mr.. Conn.. Jan. John Knight, a Polinh woman, is dying here of exposure and exhaustion. She and her husband began, moving Wednesday to a new home on South trect. The police allege that Smith procured a wagon? and afrer loading it full put his wife between the shaft, and thus moved the household goods Several loads were moved in thi3 way, until finally the police, declare, the woman dropped of exhaustion. Her it is charged, left her lying in the snow. A passerby took her in and summoned medical Capital and Surplus $350,000.00 "KCRSTHAH WET" dwelling FOR RENT Store-housof six rooms;-paistock scales. on Five "miles ir6m Winchester good pike. Apply to Robbins at this office. . e, r REAL ESTATE 0.0 All and religions liberties we cnjr.y and Bring Your Furs, Hides And Kinds of Metal to CHAS. ZIGMAN Junk shop at Wainscott 4 HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms with gas and water. Apply to A. Court, North Main street, and H. Sympson, corner Maple and get the Highest Cash Prices. -tf ...o FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and coekrels. Home phone 813-J- Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or rent. A specialty of Lot sales. nmm & uiuff SUISCBIBE FOB THE NEWS. niekman streets. yiiwi.yii niwi.m. a.i , 12-2!- AvditoriMM Bldtf.