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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 15, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912011501_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 15, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. LAST EDITION HJEiWD WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, MONDAvjANUARY 15, 1912. WEATHER ft IzL i. . VOLUME 7; Ne. 73. 2 CENTS A COPY; have one of the.--e caid, and should keep it on display in a prominent place throughout the year, n it will be the means of saving far more than the price paid for member.-hi- p. A fraud beggar-seeinthis card will invariably pass by the house, for they know that they will be sent to the Charities if they appeal for help, and the fraud knows that the Charities will investi gate his case thoroughly, and an investigation is the lat thing he wants. The worthy poor will readily go to the Charities, when sent, and will be helped if their Qas.e requires it. Every appeal should be sent to the Charities for investigation, and holding one of these membership cards no person or firm should hesitate to refuse to give to any beggar applying but should send the applicant to the beCharities, as that organization comes your agent for invesigation g It CENTS A WEEK Company. MANSFIELD The funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 1:43 by Rev. 0. J. Chandler, formerly pastor of the Methodist church in this city, Pases Away Sunday at The Home of but now of Lexington, at the resiHer Daughter, Mrs. Hubert Hunt dence on College street. The burial took place in the Winchester cemeer, en Pendletcn Street. All Horace iJenton, ticket agent at the Unicii Depot and Mr. Norvell Benton, with the firm of Parrish, Bradley and 0. tery. The following were the pallbearers : Mrs. Armina D. Mansfield, widow of the late R. C. Mansfield, died Suu- - F. II. Jackson, R. O. Fitch, Wiley day morning at 9 o'clock of plcurisy Taul, W. T. Poynter, T. J. Bradley, and pneumonia, at the home .of her Wm. Jones. daughter, Mrs. Hubert Hunter, on Pendleton street. Mrs. Mansfield came to Winchester about six years ago with her family from Rosslyn, Ky. She socn won a host of friends by her lovable disposition, and the news of her death is heard with much regret. The funeral was conducted Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the residence, with services by Rev. 0. J. The folChandler, of Lexington. low were the pallbearers : Harry Tanner, Dr. S. C. Hedges, Prof. W. S. Anderson, Orlando Hoskins, George The Hon and George Tomlinson. burial took place in SEVERAL CASES IN POUCE COURT Cases of John Pervine And Palmer Walker Dismissed. Fine. In Police Court Saturday several cases were tried. night Jim Bush Gets John Periuve, colored, was dismiss- ed'on a charge of breach of the peace. cemetery. IS is survived by three Mrs. Mans-nelchildren, Mr. C. D. Mansfield, of Stanton, Ky.; Mrs. n. L. Hunter and yMrs. Sam Deatherage, of this city, who have the tender sympathy of the Community. Mrs. Deatherage recently underwent a serious surgical operation at the Norton Infirmary, in Louisville, and is now quite ill as a result of the shock of the sad news MR. Palmer Walker, colored, was dismissed on a charge of malicious and wounding. In a fight Walker shot in at some other negroes and accidentally shot Lilly Morris in the arm. Jim Biibii. colored, drew $13 for a breach of the peace. self-defen- se LESTER Tl of her mother's death. ILL OF PNEUMONIA DEATH OF MR. Western Union Operator Is Taken on Cot Sunday to His Home in Mt. JOHN HAVANA Passes Away at, His Home on .Third Avenue;' 'After 'Illness of Paralysis And Pneumonia. Sterling. Mr., Lelcr Thnrp',-manage- of the local, Western Union office) is ill with pneumonia. He was' taken oh a cot from- f aged Mr. Jolin Kavanaugh, years, died Sunday afterjippn, atp j3,0 at his home on Third Avenue. 'Dentil was due to paralysis and pneumonia. Mr. Kavanaguh was a Union veteran. He was born in New York in 3845. liis patents weie born in Ireland. He had lived in this city for a number of years and worked as a stone mason. He is survived by his wife and Schaffer, one daughter, Mrs. of 6G7 North Limestone street, Lexington. The funeral will be held at the St. Joseph's Calholic church, Tuesday at 9 a. m. The remains will be interred in the Winchester cemetery. tbe'Brown-Proctoria Hotel, where he hifd been staying, Sunday afternoon to his home iit Mt. Ster07 ling. Mr. Tharp had only been here ' a short "while! Mr. Grant Robinson is in charge of the office. FEATURE PICTURES HAVEJEEN BOOKED By The Lyric Management, And nrry Splendid Productions May Be Seen By Patrons. The following feature picturo have been booked by the Lyric: "Maud Muller," Wednesday, January 17; "Auld Lang Syne," January 24, and "Durbar," Wednesday, January 31; (this last is the most expensive picture that has ever been madt up to this time) ; "Vanity Fair," Friday, February 2; "The Three Muska-teers- ," This can be done for the boy of the present, the citizen of the future, DEATH OF only by an united effort of home, church aud state. IN WINCHESTER The abounding energy of the buy ANN LEWIS must have wise direction or it will lead the boy to violate the regula tions of society. The Judge believes (By W. S. Anderson) Aged Woman Passes Away at The these outbursts of petty transgres Mr. John G. Shedd, President of sions call for wise counsel and Home of Her Step-SoMr. George Marshall Field Company. Chicago, sympathetic training. He reforms by Lewis, on Vine Street. 111., says: "What the country is suffcommending, he restrains by trusting. ering from now, is too much politics ! It is his love, his fair dealing, his in Mrs. Annie E. Lewis, aged 78, the and too little statesmanship. iPoliJ-tic- terest, his sympathy that has made wife of Mr. Asa Leis, died at 8:43 is always a destructive force, him the "Kids' Judge." Words can Sunday morning at the home of her because the one theme with, which a uot declaie his love for the boy. F.or step-soMr. Geo. Lewis, on Vine demagogue can be sure of catcliing the boy he has been maligned by evstreet. Death was caused by a dis the ear of the multitude is the rott- ery force of evil that stalks supreme ease of the nervous system. She is enness of things as they are and in a big city. For the boy ho has survived by her husband, two step the need of a change. Statesman fought the political boss, the finansons, Mr. Geo. Lewis, of this city, ship is constructive, because its ob- cial magnate, the grasping corporaand Mr. James Lewis, of the county: ject is to open a road out of any tion. For the boy he lives, for the r, Mrs. Wm. Martin, a slough into which the nation may hoy he has suffered, as for the rights of Richmond, and one brother, Mr. have fallen, aud to build bridges ov- of the boy 1 believe he is willing to M. P. Williams, of Kansas The er the crevices and cut tunnels die. The history of our times will body was taken to College Hill, Madthrough the obstructions which lie in not properly be recorded unless ison county, Monday morning on the the way to safety." Judge Lindsev be enrolled as great 10:19 train, for interment. The I have always had a very great constructive statesmon. It was a services were conducted by the Rev. contempt for the man who criticises great privilege, and a great pleasure J. J. Gilbert, of this city, and Rev. and does nothing more. Destructive to hear him. Surely Winchester will Mr. Kelley, of College Hill. criticism gives no evidence of ability; be better for his coming. constructive criticism is an indication of brains and often of genius. TRANSFERS AND Judge Lindsey is a constructive critic No man can use harsher words than LEAVE FOR SOUTH he of some things relating to juvenile DEEDS RECORDED crime, but he says such things only to show the change that is taking Prof. Garvin Heads Delegation Who place, and must take place. It is The following deeds have been filed Will Inspect Work of Tuskegee Innot flattery to call him a constructive recently in the County Clerk's ofHowever many other statesman. fice: stitute in Alabama. whom Americans now living to C. W. Parido and wife to A. Howthis jihrase may rightly he applied The Principal, Prof. J. II. Garvin, ard Hampton; 70 acres of land. there is no doubt that Judge Lindsey and following teachers of the colore;" Price private. leads the list of them all. His wor! Margaret Day to X. II. Wither-poo- n, chools of this city left Monday foi is so unique, his reform so funda- .i trip south ami to Tiuikegec Insti3 acres of land on Strode'.-cree- k. mental, that his. name must be placed tute, Ala., to be present at the NaiPrice private. among tliQ distinguished mejiiof our tional Negro Conference, where" Prof B. Martin and wife to W. E. J. nation. Ilcflin; 77 acres of land on Four Garvin is to deliver an address: 'I Judge 'Benton, in appropriate senE. S. Taylor, J. II. Guinn, Anna Mile creek. Price private. on 'Saturday evening introJas. Taylor to Geo. Boone, lot in tences, C. JohiiMm, Fl M. Allison, Lotilla V. ' '. Lindsey to a good sized Ram-K1vp M. duced Judge A. M Poynterville. $150. excessively cold Drummer, Julia II. VUiIernno and JuSt; 'Un Chiles to D.'-B- . audience. ,Thc; Hampton: weather made it impossible to. have lia B. Benton. Rcv-VjD. Colcrane 70, ar.rcs of land on Jouott's creek, ' the Opera House comfortable, but and Mrs. Garvin wnv accompany price private. x aceiyed wrapt atBe!l James and wife to RuckerAn-djeeven so the Judge them. tv o hours. It is a tention for over house and lot in Poynterville, The party will inspect the work of. source of regret titat the severity of that great institution and other $330.. the weather prevented so many from schools' of the South. The purpose Bu H. Raincy and wife to Geo. W. attending the lectin e and made those of the trip is for observation and Rain:y; 11 acres of land on Four The. who did attend un omfortablc. contact. This, Prof. Garvin be- Mile creek, $300. Xaacic C. Stevenson to J. C. Dun-morcollege and Winchester were fortu- lieves, will be of much help to the evenlot on South Main. Price prinate to have secured for an teachers and will in turn help the puing, a man who is in such great de- pils. They will be gone about 10 vate. mand in larger plrccs. Jrs. T. Stokcly, M. C. to S. T. days. Dave-- ; old Hickman place. In the main, tli2 theme of Judge There will be some 23 or 30 perVij Bloomfield to X. A. Powell; Lindsey was the v.ork which his jusons in the Kentucky party. Prof. venile court had done and the results Garvin heads the Kentucky delega- hous-- and lot. corner of Burns and Lexington avenue. Price private. therefrom, and tl.a results that he tion.. N. A. 'Powell to Vic Bloomfield; hopes aud expect-- ; yet to follow not one-ha- lf interest in three houses on only in Denver, bat wherever there WOODMEN OF THE Main street. Priep private. are boys. The Jiulge is a young mar Lewis Xoe and wife to Daniel Xoe: WORLD TO MEET in appearance, b it old in nchiev-me77 acres of land on Log Lick creek, and in knowhdge of human na- 1 Lie E MRS WILLI E WADE REI EE. n, m Disease is Now TheHght Net to Have Been Smallpox. Jailer MuNtas Knew it All The Time. Willie Wade, the colored boy, who i as reported to have small pox at the county jail, has now practically recovered, and it is learned that the disease was rot small pox. altho thought o at the time. 'Dr." Mullins said he knew all the time it wasn't smallpox. s n, step-daughte- FIFTY PERSONS REPORTED T and contribution. It is hoped that all who purchase membership cards will put them in Two Day Coaches Left Track en Account of Spreading Rails. Meager the windows or other prominent plaDetails. ces that they may be seen by the The Toledo, O.. Jan. 15. Fifty pasat least 100 cards this week.. sengers on the Big Four train Xb. 2 Let everybody assist in this good frcm Detroit to Cincinnati, are rework. ported to have been injured in a public. Committee hope to seli JOE J. ESTES NE T Against Bayless Mctor Car Company And Robert Lilly, of Lexington, in The Amount of $2,000. -- , 1 Mv-tero- h'. I. Joe J. Estes, through his attorney, J. Smith Hays, has filed a suit in the Clark Circuit Court against the Bay-lc- s Motor Cur Company and Robert Lilly, of Lexington, in the amountot $2,1100.00 for alleged .damages sus tained when Lilly, as chauffeur fin the Motor Car Company, did "unlawfully, carelessly, negligently and recklessly", run into a wagon driven by the plaintiff. on the Lexington pike. The petition recites that the chauf feur was driving at the rate of 70 miles per hour; that the wagon was broken and destroyed; and that he himself received painful injuires. The chauffeur is charged in the pe tition with being "careless, reckless and drunken." Mr. Estcs asks for an attachment on the auto arid that said auto be sold to satisfv his claims. w: wreck which occurred Sunday afternoon four miles south of Carey, O. Two of the day coaches left the track on account of spreading rails. Five physicians from Carey were hurried te the scenes of the wreck and many of the injured were taken to a hospital in Kenton. Several of those hurt, but not seriously, were cared for by the residents of Carey. The train left Detroit at 7 a. m. and was running about an hour late when it left this city for Cincinnati. It was due at Carey at 11:45, but did not reach there until about 1 o'clock, and was running at about fortv miles an hour. The report says "The engine and baggage car pass ed over safely, but the twolast cars iW! were hurled into iartftrihHw-lferfltrails spread The;ijgiueittlew1was.Jlj.,vA derailed and the baggage car turned . , over. Xonc of the passengers was i hurf fatally." BUYS NEW SAFE , e; Mr. Harry Strother has purchased a new safe, the first of the kind to be seen in this city. It is made of thin steel and lined with asbestos. It is said to be much safer than the old stvle--. Mr. Strother will use it to keep the records of his insurance business. CHILDREN HAVE MORPHINE HABIT NE MAN ALMO T FROZEN nt DEATH OF LI MISS BENTON OR February End Came Quitely And Without Suf- - 0, and "Cinderel- feting, With the Passing of Sleep into Eternal Rest. I- T - Miss Lucy Lenton died Saturday night 'after a rngering illness of consumption at her home on College street. The end, which came quietly and without suffering, was like the passing from the sleep .of the body -- into eternal rest. She was a devout member of, the Methodist church, having been connected with it since earjy. childhood. Before her illness, which had confined her to the house for some time, 6he had taught a Sunday school class and was connected with all the activities of the church work. She was a young lady of culture and education, having graduated from Kentucky Wesleyan College, where she was known as a capable and. industrious student. She is, survived by two brothers. la," February 2G. The patrons of the Lyric are being shown the very best that is on the market. The management is booking all the best pictures just as fast as they are issued and showing them on their curtain just as soon as any house in the country in towns of 15,000 population. This feature picture "Durbar" has not been released yet and The Lyric will show it one week after it reaches this country and of. course will have to a pay very high price for its use. They will have to pack their house at every performance to breakstate The managers even on it. that they want nothing but the best for their patrons and will show no picture in their house that lias not They will passed the Censorship. be glad at any time to receive suggestions whereby they can improve their service. WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE. He is not an orator of tin ture. Bryan type, his voice is rather weak and lacks something of carrying power. In his frail body there is a glowheart. There is pasing, great-bi- g sionate devotion for the unfortunate boy. There is Ioe for men, unit a hatred for the sins which men and boys commit. .But the greatest hatred of all for the industrial eondi-io- n responsible for placing children where they are exposed to the hardship and temptation of unholy surroundings. The task which Judge Lindsey ha set himself is a simple, though not an easy one. He is only asking foi laws that will recognize the value ot the individual as we;l as the value of property. He is asking that the resources of penal institutions be uesd to save or reform instead of punishing them only. Of course, he is wise enough to admit that some cannot reform or be reformed, these mnst be kept under restraint, yet so optomistic is he, or should I say so wise is he, that he lclievcs that under the right influence and environmen' a vast majority can and do reform. Over and over did he declare that the iail fails to correct, the penitentiary does not reform. The dread of jail, penitentiary or punishment does not deter. Instead of fear must be instilled a love for truth aud right. Winchester Camp, No. 82, W. O. $2,0GG. L. H. Bush and wife to W. Z. HagW., will meet Tuesday, January 10, Highland Tells Story to Jailer Mullins of How at 7:30 p. m., at the Court House. gard; honse and lot on for a district street. Price private. They are preparing He Tramped Twenty-Tw- o Miles, in Louis Woodfoxd to Martha Wilmeeting here. A full attendance is The Deep Snow. liams; house and lot on Highland. desired. Price private. to zero Wiih the thermometer clo-Mrs. Etta R. Young to Mrs. Bettie a and the ground covered with lot CLARK COUNTY Anderson; lot 14 and colored man walked wrom Clay City 13 on College street in Witherspoon to this city, a distance of 22 miles. addition. according to the story which he told J. M. Hodgkin to Will McFields; Jailer Mullins when he arrived here lot in iPoynterville, !?233.3G. Saturdav afternoon at 4 o'clock. Business Session to Be Followed by The man stated that he had not Dining at Vermilion ana" Long's tasted food since he .started on his TO SELL journey and that he had been on the Tea Room. road for 24 hours. his feet were When he The Clark County Medical Society OF MEMBERSHIP frozen and arrived here he was exhausted from will meet Tuesday morning at 11 cold and fatigue. He claimed to o'clock in the County Court room have been put off the train at Clay for the annual election of officers, Associated Charities Are Doing A City thus necessitating his cold and and the transaction of important Wonderful Work, And Every Assis-- - almost disastrous walk. business. When he arrived here he was taken The session will be followed by a tance Should Be Given. to the jail where Jailer Mullins gave dinner at Vermilion & Lpng's Tea e Fourteen-Year-Ol- Boy, in Frantic d Desire For Drug, Attempts te Leave Associated Charities ItiiM-in- g in Lexington. s one-ha- lf AD Lexington. Ky., Jan. 15. Driven almost fi antic by his wild desire for morphine, which his mother had taught him to u.--e. an eleven-year-oname is withheld, lad, who-burst a panel out of a door at the .Vssociated Charities Biulding, at 618 West Main street. Friday in an effort to gain his freedom. He bad been brought to Lexington Thursday with sister, also addicthis ed to the morphine habit, to be placed in the Children's Home Ibecau- their mother did not provide for them ld e nine-year-o- ld properly. TOO LATE TO CUSSFY THE LYRIC him some food and medicine and Room. All members requested to be The Finance Committee of the As- started htm on the road to recovery. .Plioney Strike Breakers. (Kalem.) present. sociated 'Charities will this week Squaw's Mistaken Love. (Patho) Two other negro men with frozen make their convass of the merchants fpet have also been cared for recent-l- y Foul Play. (Edison.). A MISTAKE Matinee everyday, 2:30 and 3:30. and other business houses of the city at the jail. to sell the annual Associated CharGood warm house; come and get The report in some of the papers ity (Membership Card for 1912. varm. M. W. MEETING These Cards sell for $3 each aud The Modern Woodmen will install that two of the boys who escaped from the Reform School at Lexingall holding one becomes a member of its officers Monday night in the Fra- FOR SALE 300 shock? of fodder merchant ternity Hall. The members are all Will feed in pasture, straw stacks. ton had been caught here Saturday-wa- s the organizatipn.Every Barbee Betts. and business hoe;in the city should requested to be present. a mistake. MBr' "?2 si V: i'A . &Ki'& swki SxiifSi, -- J . I. .. ..... ' .. ,,. 3 . e I i i i I i i i kingdoms. And yet should a thiet22! IDE WINCHESTER NEWS break In in the silence of the night FORUM to steal the treasure, he would find IWIII Sent Main Street, only a tiny boot with toes kicked out, WHICH IS THE GIANT? a silken tress of gold or a broken WiiiciiMtir, KentHcky. doll, maybe, or rusted soldier. It On the 10th inst., an article apmust have been a mother who wrote: Daily, Except Sunday. peared in the Winchester News from I wonder, oh, I wonder "Entered as second-clas- s matter, which the following extract is taken: Where the baby faces go November 28, 1908, at the postoffice enjoys the "The W. O. W. That come and smile, and stay Winchester, Kentucky, under the title of the Giant of the 20th Cenawhile, ict of March 3, 1879." tury." And pass like flakes of snow In justice to the Modern WoodThe dear, wee baby faces Beth Plwnes 91. r, this statement men of America, The world has never known tender-eyeshould not be permitted to go unBut mothers hide, so SUBSCRIPTION RATES: challenged; but it will be a sufficient Deep in their hearts alone. By Mail. answer to give the official records of I love to think that somewhere, the standing of these two organizaIn that country we call Heaven Daily, one year $3.00 tions, i e, The Woodmen of the That land so fair, of anywhere, Six Months 1.50 World and the Modern Woodmen of Shall unto them be given; Om Montk and will approve. 25 8 America, which is as follows: A land of little faces very little Payable in Advance. When one considers the actions of The official report January 1, 1911 of Ohio, particu- very fair; some of the courts ' And every one shall know her own, shows: which prevented ABVEBTISIM BATES: larly the decisions Total membership of M. W. A. And cleave unto it there. Sj the prosecution of Boss Geo. B'. Cox, of judges the recall .SA of Cincinnati, tmj Ctio.... FURS!! TURSM! FURS! Total membership of W. O. W. does not appear to be such a monWIOBB OM WMk.. .50 Will pay you the Highest Cash 508,466. though the peoDm week, eoHtdawmily 1.00 strous proposition, Amount of insurance in force, M. Qm wbtifer eoatinoRiI. 3.00 ple of that state have been systemat- Prices for your Furs. W. A., $1,786,098,000. W. HISEL every J. Vmt wMks, 4 &m a WMk.... 2.40 ically recalling such judges at Amount of insurance in force, W. Bridge Jnnk opportunity given them in the elecweeks, three m week. 1.80 23 North Maple st. O. W., $758,304,000. went to the Tmo weeks, two ttms a week. . L20 tions. Two of them Thus it will be seen that the ModEast Tennessee Phone 215, noine in the election of 1910, scrap-hea- p Marital Wetkw Far Lbn: em Woodmen of America not only Phone 596. along with thc'Republican state Vest weeks, om tin week. .- - .75 had,. 011 the above date, over 600,-00- 0 Bmhiim notices, body typt. . A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. more members than the WoodPm rediag, heading... 15c men of the World, but it. had $1,035,-783,90- 0 MOTHER. eoatiaaous insertions of same For years J. S. Donahue, So. Havmore insurance in force. civil war captain, as a rate. at doufcle the one-tir- es What the record of January 1, which en, Mich., a Such a play as "Mother" lighthouse keeper, averted awful 1912, wheal giveu out, will show U appeared at Lexington, on Saturday wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might not known, but it is safe to say that iMsrtinr , any editioa lc cannot fail to have an uplifting have been a wreck, himself, if Elecit will sihow that no similar order has ertions continuously .. 2o upon the stage and its patthree additional insertions. o rons. Infinite love and pathos per- tric Bitters had not prevented. kept pace with the M. W. of A., in 6m calendar o., continuously. .10o vade the story, winch leaves upon the "They cured me of kidney trouble its marvelous onward march. . J. W. WOMACK, Vetko coasted less than 18 words. heart and mind a sense of peace and and chills," he writes, "after I had taken other so called cures for Me itea charge oa books for District Deputy, M. W. of A. years, without benefit and they al.-5 . Um tkaa 36 eeata. Ah, a wonderful thing is niothei-ltiv- c. improved my sight. Now, at sevenFURS! FURS!! FURS!!! are its effects So J HIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR JCKLIQ ty, I am feeling fine." For dyspcp: Will pay you the Highest Cash and so boundless its extent that it ADVERTISING BYTKE sia, indigestion, all stomach, liver Prices Ifor your Furs. i !.. 'delves deep down intb tjjo dives of and kidney troubles, they're without J. W. HISEL isih and shame, where liter boy sits cts, equal. Try them. Only Bridge Junk Shop. GENERAL OFFICES amid the clinking of gtasjjes and the at All Druggists. No. 23 North Maple st NEW, YORK. AND CHiCAGO u shouts of reckless cojnppions; and IN ALUS PRINCIPAC CITZU." East Tennessee Phone 215, ITonr isoars.forth to tJic spleiidiil theatre in Only registered pharmacists hanPhone 596. i city, where the 'girl (who to dle your pcrscription at the Brown -a far-oJOHN McNAMARA'S MOTIVE the mother is but a babe?grown tallProctoria Pharmacy. Absolute ac$100 PER PLATE , receiv- Ter) sfands 'gorgeously .ntth-edThe store of curacy guaranteed. JSJJ tnitifresiaeneiKvan, .. ot the ;JrHl;: was paid at a banquet to Henry ing the plaudits oi a tnrong oi coarse quality.' Workers' Union, explains the actions admirers. Clay, in New Orleans in 1842. When' 'f hcJb'oy, grown wearied;jiK timnnsr FMRHhWlHJiRIWifaioVntKosc wi'hJSsttnSH eda. system o dynamite explosions bodv and mind,- - wrccked",ilisilealth ff.MI SUUK-5- tUN hfih"tr6Mblt;Mr''infHgcstiJTn:' 'Today including that 2WMt5HHIJ!ilfOTetflthenountry and 'fortune, forgoifoh by old friend.-an-d people every where use Dr. King's which blew up the Los Angeles Times repiitscd by new, stands shiverNew Life Pills for these troubles as j 'j,iaJd:kUled twenty-on- e men .as due to Gas And Heartburn Stopped In Five ing a hopeless, his mind reverts to well as liver, kidney and bowel dis a "zeal in his work for the organiza- home and mother. There he will find Minutes. orders. Easy, safe, sure, Only tion which caused him to become in welcome, devoid of reproach; there cents at All Druggists. a sane." Let us hope that that is the Get rid of indigestion. a peace and comfort for his declining frue answer to the question why a years. And when the girl, her gloOr dyspepsia, or whatever you call man should become so brutalized as your stomach misery. BOYCE rious voice weakened by the passing to bring about the death of his felDrive out the sourness. her splendid physique years and low men in order to be revenged upon Lift off the heaviness. emaciated by exposure and a reckthe capitalist enemy. Stop the fermentation of food. less living, stands face to face with H DEATH Banish gas, heartburn, foul breath, Undoubtedly labor has suffered failure and a hopeless future, sudwrongs at the hands of such men as denly a gleam of hope and a promise dizziness, headaches, nervousness, night-swea- ts and bad dreams forever Otis and Parry and 'Post and Kirby. of content penetrates the veil of Father of Man Charged With All Get a 50 cent box of They are the real causes of violence, which envelons her, .and She tablets at Phillips Drug 'Store today of the growth of socialism, of dyna- streches out her aims in the abandon duping Woman is Killed by J. B. they guarantee, them for any of the miting and murder. Organization on of regret toward that mother-lov- e, Snead, Texas Banker. the part of laboring men has been and it does not fail. In sickness and diseases named above or for any stomach distress. a necessity. They were forced to it in health, in failure and prosperity, Fort "Worth, Texas, Jan. 15. A. G. No better prescription for indigesand its benficent effect is seen in in life and in death, the mother-lov- e Boyce, father of the man who recent-.the increased earniug and spending is the anchor to which all humanity tion was ever written. Manitoba, makes the stomach vig- ly arrested in Winnipeg, fcapacityof American woniingmen, in clings. charged with abducting Mrs. J. 15. orous and strong enough to digest better homes, in better dres.-c-d And the love the mother gives to Snead from a hospital in Fort AVortii, school-childre- n and all the things the wayward son and erring daugh- food without aid. For salo by PhilSaturday night was shot and killed that go to make up the sum of human ter is as tender and as true as that lips Drug Store and druggists everyby J. B. Snead, a banker of Amaril-lo- , 'j happiness. jBut labor should learn she showered on the little one, who where. Texas, husband of the woman this lesson from the McNamara case: stretched out its tiny form and died, with whom 3'oung Boyce is said to FRANCIS WILSON It cannot have public sentiment with e'er he could bring to her who bore have eloped. it in violence and murder, oven when him, a further heartache. Many a Boyce, 70 years old, was sitting ""The Bachelor's Baby," one of the tthat violence is conceived in the mother carries deep "down in her biggest comedy successes of the de- in the lobby of a local hotel when sufferer being the sacred memory of a timy brain of a I. cade is to be seen at the Lexington Snead walked in, and according to U from the oppression of hard-heartfevered brow, grown strange cold; Opera House, in the very hear future. witnesses, Snead walked up to the employers. Never was there a strike of tender, waxen baby hands; of The popular comedian, Francis Wil- elder man. The old man turned and in this country but had public senti- plaintive calls upon her name all sison, wrote "The Bachelor's Baby," looked at Snead and then asked him, ment with it when it had any basis' lent now; and yet, in spite of the and plays the principal ipart. Mr. bystanders declare: whatever as a cause, unless violence pain and longing, in spite of the ' "Well, what are you going to do Wilson is said to have scored dismarred its conduct, and in every emptiness of her life, she turns fo tinctly in his comedy and to have fit- about it?" such case that has come under our the world a face calm and placid, Snead muttered something in reply ted himself extremely well and his notice public sentiment went to the with faith unsullied and a soul a Wilsonisms and inimitable little ways and then, drawing his revolver, fired other side. An instance of this conready and willing always to are shown to the best possible ad- two shots qnickly. ne hesitated au dition was seen in the Los Angeles speak a kindly word and lay a gentle vantage. Charles Frohman will pre-.se- instant as the older man fell forward election. A week befire the MoNa-mar- a hand upon the tangled curls of sometho play with the same elaborate and then;, fired three shots into confession it appeared certain body's baby, made sacred by the 1 and artistic production as was seen Boyce's side. Boyce was dying when that Harriman, the Socialist, would memory of her own. during its long runs at the Criterion others in the lobby, which was filled He was overbe elected Mayor. Because of one dear baby head' Miss Edna wiih .people at the time of the tragTheatre. New York. whelmingly defeated by a represenWith golden hair Bruns and that charming and clever edy, reached him. tative of the very forces that have It seems to her all little heads Snead immediately left the hotel, infantile player, Baby Davis, still crushed union labor because of that u A halo wear. play the two important feminine but was arrested a short time later, confession and the fact that he had Because of one sweet dream parts, diaries Frohman will present as he was returning to the scene of been one of the McXamara counsel. Of long ago Mr. Wilson at the Lexington Opera the shooting. He refused to make a She consecrates her life statement. House, January 17. OHIO'S CONSTITUTIONAL She loved Irim so. The younger Boyce was arrested The nicest and most opHo-dat- o In a forgotten corner in a secludseveral weeks ago in Winnipeg. Mr. CONVENTION. ed atfie stands a treasure chc.t. Its perfumes and toilet articles at the Snead, who disappeared from a Fort AO BOP The Worth sanitarium, was with him and Representatives oC each of the priceless contents could not be pur Brown-ProctorPharmacy eichtv-eig12:ll-c.o.d-- tf counties of our neighbor chased bv the wealth o 31 hundred store of quality. was also detained. Mr. and. Mr. I ! 2 2 i' I I r north of the river are in session at Columbus, with a view to getting rid of the constitution adopted in 1851 and proposing one to the people more in line with the development of a The great and progressive .state. well. It is convention has started net pleasing the Cincinnati Enquirer, owned by John It. McLean, which does not like the initiative and referendum and recall, nor is the Commercial Tribune, really owned by McLean but with E. O. Eshelby as of figurehead, or the Times-Stawhich Charles P. Tuft is the proprietor, delighted with the outliook. The progressives are in control, however, and lacy prcpc;o to construct a constitution which the people want ' rt- - PEOPLE'S DON'T HESITATE A MOMENT ATTEND THE CURRY DRY GOODS ! CO'S SALE TOMORROW. A supreme effort in value giving without counterpart or parallel. The selling this morning was fast and furious. .The array of bargains are extraordinary. This sale is to impress you with our progressiveness and aggressiveness and it is one way of showing our appreciation of the patronage already bountifully bestowed upon us. The effect will be lasting. WORDS LACK d, FORCE TO EXPRESS COME GOLDEN AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. NOW IS THE MOMENT. Half Hour Specials IW. For Tuesday II From 9 to 9:30 A. Sc Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at Pr tra SI101-No- .' ll-18-4- ars .7c 2 to a customer. From 10 to 10:30 A. M. Good Quality Apron Gingham at 10 yards to a customer. From 11 to 11:30 A. M. 25c Writing Paper in fancy boxes at No more than one to customer. From 1:30 to 2 P. M. 50c Silk and Messaline Ribbons at f No more than 5 yards to a customer. From 2:30 to 3 P. M. 10c Laces and Embroideries at 10 yards to a customer. From 3:30 to 4 P. M. 40c Children's Knit Underwear at None sold to dealers. Old tiA IJ AV AA I HP VX i J llP Vfl 4WV M'XJ If J" A yO A I SIC J . well-bein- g. far-reachi- t.) One entire table of Wool arid Lotton remnants (ro on sale tomorrow at one half price. ,T:ira .:' ll-18-4- ff 12 A.G. Snead were reconciled jimic days auo and returned to Texas.' After the departure of Snead and his, wife Winnipeg, Boyce was released from custody, and the local indictment, charging the young man with abdiic- t.ion, was ordered dismissed by Conn- ty Attorney Baskin because of an insufficiencv of evidence. INDIAN FIELDS Misses Alma Jones and Virgil Fades, of Winchester, were the guests of Miss Cora Garrett. Miss Eliza GofE has returned from a visit to her grandmother, at North Middletown. Mr. Henry Howard and Miss Martha Crow were married Saturday in Mt. Sterling. Born, Friday, December 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vivion, a daushter. Miss Xaneyc Swopo intcrtnincd Thursday, December 20 with a twelve o'clock dinner. iMr. J. B. Caudle attended the bin- inl of his uncle, James Caudle. ,' NOW IS THE TIME , ' no to have your horses rough' shod. Mr. R. N. Mansfield has charge of ou horseshoeing department. T. STROTHffi SCOTT Lexington Ave. j i dc-sn- MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A I STOVES. ! j Tuesday at Stanton. Mrs. Mary Johnson has returned to her home at West Bend, after a week-en- d visit to 'Mrs. Amanda An- derosn. Master Robert William Tuttle, ot Louisville, spent the holidays with his cousin Roger Swope. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer, of St. Hel ena, spent last week with the lattciJ.-p- a rents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiliams. Dir. A. B. Hampton was in Stanton Monday. J. C. Swope sold an aged cow to M. E. Pace at 2 1-- 2 cents. Several from this place attended the social Tuesday evening given by Clias. Roucdtree at West Bend. FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS blow with terrific force at the far north and plnj- - havoc with the skin. causing TCd, rough or sore chapped hands and lips, that need Bucklen's Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled for cold sores, also bruies and pile-J- . Onlv.2;l-ccut- s at All Drusirists. .; j wrong-madden- ed ed I Buy a Moore's Air-tigHeater and warm your whole house. We also carry a complete line of Coal Heaters. ht i Would be glad to show you our line. ( r nt -- Our prices are right. FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY ' i I H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors tb'J. K. Alien) ia ht it News f' jr...- M'' 3?'V 1 Pag Tfcra. -- ' '4, ! Get BEN," he's the most wide awake fellow we know. DON'Tmornings? YOU "BIG Hate to get up these a cold 11 tit: make it easy for you to get up. Bankrupt Sale! 31 "Y C. "JewelerBOWEN H. and Optician" ii 5 - 0 ii C IETY XX -- We have cut in half prices on our who is ill U. D. C. Meeting Virginia lkiii-o- n Chapter, U. U. C. met with Mrs. J. V. Woraaek on Saturday, ami enjoyed a delightful session. '"General Robert E. Lee' was lite topic of the day and facts in the life of the departed hero were given iij art interesting manner. at his home on Highland street. Mr. Dallas Powell, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Lelaud Haggard, left Sunday morning for Rochester, Minn., where he will undergo an operation fotri. appendicitis at Mayo Bros.' Hospital. His many friends hope for liis speedy recovery. iMiss Margaret Day, student at Hamilton College, Lexington, spent Saturday and 'Sunday at home. Mis Bertie Wilson, of Lexington, is visiting Mrs. John G. Lo,cknane and Mrs. If. S. Scobee, on Winn avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore, Mr. Matt Toohey and Mr. John Conway will leave Tuesday afternoon for Fort Myers, 'Fla. Mr. John McKcnna will leave Tue-da- y for Genua ntown, 0., where he has accepted a Dr. L. Ii. Henry, of Xorlli .Middle-towin town 011 business. Muster Stuart Davis McCray, &011 of Mr. Torn MeCrny, is ill of pneumonia. ' n, i wool suits. Skirts at cost are bargains. - 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 - some lower. These ARTIS & CO. , LESS THAN COST Sale is now going on. Evry article in the store must be. coriyftrted, into cash at once. Mrs. M. S. Browne read a biographical tkctch of Gen. Lee, which gave a number of important facts and was heard with wrapt attention. Mrs. Charles Xelson read an able paper on "Arlington, the Home of Lee,"' and Mrs. Womack gave some reminifrcencca in the life of Lee. . Arrangements were made for the observance of "General Lee Day" on January 10, at the Court House. IJcv. Leonidas Hobinson, pastor of the Fir.--t Methodist church, will be the speaker of the occasion. A mid-da- y litui'hcon will be served by the ladies to the veterans following e the ceremonies. The ladies Central Uaptift church will prepare., the menu. of-th- 2 . Our new things for your spring sewing are in Embroideries, Laces, Nainsooks, Masalia, Ginghams, Percales, Linens, etc. The stock consists of Men,.s and Suits, Overcoats, "Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters and ail j kinds of furnishing goods. Boys' ARTIS & CO. ,f Followinghe busiiios. Saj-lirda- y, r - . M ; v ' 'r ' Mrs. Womack served a most delicious luncheon. Mr. II. II. Moore has returned to f this city, after pending tjie holidays a I Ins homd WiAsIiland: ;i, Claude .Perry;-oAnderson' county. II Ttnj.rorrjv'j is with his'nncle' f 1" ;ti Receiver. A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. LEWIS R. HAMPTON, To warn people of a fearful forest fire in the Ca f skills a' young girl roile'i horseback ill. 'midnight and save in any lives.. Her deed ;was, "louioua' " r uT ..J(M i't ; .. ( ' J. .. ir ei t '' ,1 bv.'il-ii'); i . 'f; j -. A. I t H. . SYMPSON. i ",i)i.'I 1 ,"t '1 r r U.TlHllltUilll 51 ' " cI J 'i i'.I' -- r" i" j.u., ' GEO.' FOX, Salesman, Misses .'' Manager. MV' 1 llll'Jl, HEW, Bill M Sates LmKn. c riitu iriri : FINAL CLEARANCE SALE 1 Silk Hose, value up to 50c. . ! 9c but lives are; often saved by Dr. King's Xew Discorvery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption or pneumonia. "It cured me of a dreadful cough and lung disease," writes W. I?. Patterson, Wellington, Tex., "after four in our family had died with consumption, and I gained 87 pounds." Nothing so sure and iafe for all throat and lung troubles. Price f0e and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all Druggists - FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Shirt Waists, $1.25 value. . , Hertherbloom Skirts, values up to $1.75 Ladies' Underwear, $1.00 value 59c 89c 48c v Will pay you the Highest Cash Prices for yonr Furs., J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- "THE COMMON LAW" TO APPEAR HERE Silk Waists in all colors including Messaline, Taffeta, Chiffon and Lace, values up to $7.50 $298 Handkerchiefs, values up to 25c 7Mc Ladies Skirts, including Serge, Panama and Cheviot, all colors, value up to $7.50 $298 Black Brpadcloth Coats lined throughout with Skinners Satin, values up to $25.001 $1000 Manager Dinelli Has Secured Splendid Production For Wednesday Night At The Opera House. Long Caracul coats, 54 inches long, values up to S6-4$20.00 8 Choice of Ladies' Purses in all colors, values up to $1 50 39c Relieving that the theatre-goin- g public would appreciate a play of the highest class, Mr. S. Dinelli has seemed the Common Law Company for by in the night," he said, "but every one performance, Wednesday, JanDramalic critics in writing up the morning at eight o'clock two engines uary 17, by guaranteeing the mancame under my window and rehearsed "Comniorr Law," emphatically declare-tluJ- until noon." agement the sum of $3o0.00. the play is a great deal stronger This is the first guaranteed attraction that has come to Winchester for some time and "The Common t Irene Daniel, in the leading role, Adams, the poor young seulptoress, plays the part in suc-a natural manner, with a feeling of In the "Common Law," Montgomery E. Brewster presents one of the emotion which sways you with thrillstrongest problem plays that has ev- ing interest in every scene, yet she does not overdraw the part with iner been offered. As the name implies, one might expect to see .mar. consistency, and makes one feel that it is a reality. and woman living a "Common Law'" Montgomery E. Brewster positively life, and the woman afterwards havguarantees the same production as ing heaped abuse upon her for demanding that the man make a con made such a reputation in tho Theatre in New. Orleans, caus- ventional marriage, that her unborn the dramatic columns in the child might have a ,name. This i j mS not the case in the "Common Law" newspapers to say, "The Common as offered, with Irene Daniel in the Law" is the best problem play ever Pro(Jllcctl ,n the city, and the great- Ieadin" role. dramatle of the sea- The story is, that Cyril Blake, ajCSt ;on. purposely has thrown temptation info the path of Only the purest and freshest medBen Adams, that he might force his icines on sale at the "Common X.aw" marrisister into Pharmacy the store of quality. age with him, for he can not offer her a conventional marriage, as Ik already has a wife from' whom, he is Drew Line at Rehearsal. not divorced. What kind of a feelFred Lennox, spending the summer ing it must be to know, that you must In Chicago, took a flat close to a rail cither see a brother go to prison, or road, which he surrendered after a accept a life that would lead to week's occupancy. "I think I could have become used to the trains going shame and degradation. of Jane h Law" 'comes heralded as the greatest problem play of 'today, .jid tell;,i. story' of A woman's struggle against a common law marriage. This is the same company and production that has played all of the cities of the South, and goes to tho Walnul Street Theatre, Louisvile, after theii performance here. than is Hubert W. Chamber's book of, the same name, for, the character? are reversed which gives the womail a chance to defentl'nonor aiid virtue, for right is might", no matter in what way TheNew Depositor Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct, persoaml attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve you thai we may f rera the quality of out banking service. We invite you to call and see na. .3 that right is obtained. Citizens National Bank Near Coart Hosts. Winchester, Ky. Corner Main and South Court Street. Dau-phi- ne Do you know about the . J I Potion multi-miHionai- ro KEYSTONE GAS FURNACE If not, get wise by ing us for ask5 AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK. PLENTY T of COAL : WINCHESTER ink CLOAK & SUIT CO. Inc. Matinee every day from 2 to S. Admission 10c, Skates free. ATf-r- i Skates 15c Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c. A. M. DOMB, Manager. WINCHESTER,1. HI Elks BuUding , 61 Main Street l Particular attention to Ladies. Beginners taught free from 10 to 12 A. M. Warm Weather Price. TRY US Wm GRANT WITT & CO. I IBM Both Phones 364. r1 & Bloomfield & Katliff-frtp- s I Bedford & Xuttle. ""Hira : H D.B. SCOBEE, Mgr. ITKIItlS JBMH H Most Valuable of All. i The Point of View. The world and all things in it are iiliiiMl '. nnw.r nr fnrtnsa I valuable, but the most valuable thing only by miserable, for the tttflp. la the world la a virtuous voaan. impute all their success to prweMst ; ' Mohammed. .' merit. Ueaa Swift. tt. Zci'.. il . -- ; f Pte Jl, " Fwr. THE WIMCHESTER MEWS irx ..law. SUTZNfi Marvelous 1: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights, Jan. 15, 16 and 17. "'f in, 15c. When in want o flowers, insist npon having homo grown flowers, thereby keeping your money in your home circles. POOLE & PURLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. -tf r J' 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. Admission, COLORED ASSOCIATED CHARITIES. c Skates, 100.0r0 ' H. D rColerane, Secretary of Colored Associated Charities, tba Ins written the following article : Winchester, Ky., Jan, 15. 1912. "We had in the treasury from last whiter eleven cents, 1 barrel of potatoes aud"8G pounds of flour donated by ,the school children. At a meeting' E. Church Christinas Day at llo'clock, with preaching by II. D. Coleranffi the people contributed fjs.55;:our K,P- - Lodge donated Odd Fellows,, ,$5; some Christian white gentlemen, .cave to Ben John-son,lot qf coal to be. distributed among our poor; Mr. and Mrs. .T. M. Ilodgkiugaye. nic ?5,"to the fund, al-- o ',Stcvci)son gave me ?!. Judge J. which. I, have..nQt words to ex- - j for. Jiiesst njy tliauks,. The Tord' will, .abnndautry,b!ess them in this life jndin the life to. come, ij 3Iauy.,of .our white frionds arc anxiou about their old servants and ipanv .donations are made by them i that don't come into our hnnd. WV j thank them for their aid and wi-'- .t we knew their names. This year al' resident pastors of all the Churches seem to be in full An expression from without work. will do much good. tem Sunday afternoon, we 5iad a rousing mass meeting at the First at which we raised $V.3 pd. many subscribed to the woik. flge Evans has sent out several '1 of coal. During the bad ffeell last winter, His Honor pave me tifc bushels of coal on the installment ..jan, 25 bushels at a time. I felt 'Vtbat he did not have erfect confi- -' Afenee in me and I failed to apply to this year. Judge and T are the rbest of friends, but we differ some-jijjhin the manner of living. .1 believe we can care for our poor with $200 and 200 buh-- s ofcoal. I" have promised a boy He has lf buv him .school books. promised me that he will discontinue jrtinnincr about town, misrepresenting qur work and misrepresenting his Ijaother. We call on all our friend s. Hjbite and black, to help us. Anything j'ou can give will be thankfully received. I will be out of the city or 10 day.. W. H. Allan will have Hiarge of the work. Any donation of money, foad, ilolhinjj or coal left with him. Ben ' gohnson. Dr. J. IT. Holmes, Dow Cartridge, Marshall Bates or left at ifiv home with mv wife will be thank-.- 1 Ttillv received and wiclv distributed. Friends, it isimply a labor of love ith me. I am m4y exH.'cting niy pay when I shall ;ros over t'ie River to rest under the hade of the Irees. am expecting to hear the welcome .words to you and to me, saying: Inasmuch as you did it unto the least of tiese'ivy little ones, ye did. it unto Me." With thanks. II. Tf: COLF.RAXE. -a qt.0tf. tive patrons, as well as all poisons interestedin securing a pure milk supply for Winchester, to visit and You Risk No Money If You Triy This inspect the premises, cows, stables, Remedy. water supply, feed, grazing lots, milk room, etc.. which will be open to the We want everyone troubled, with public after (i a. m. Monday. January indige.-tio- n and dyspepsia to come to 15. Also, after this hour all orders our store and obtain a box'of Uexall for cream, whole milk and butterDyspe-psiTablets. They contain milk given over Home phone 890-Bismuth-Subnitrat- e and Pepsin care- will receive prompt attention as they fully combined so as to develop their shall bo ready to open up the new greatest power fo overcome digestive "Red-Cros- s Dairy Farm" for busidisturbances. ness by that day. Bexall Dyspepsia Tablets arc 'very pleasant to take. They tend' to soothe the irritable, weak stomach, to strengthen and invigorate the diges- JUST TRY A 'TEN CENT tive organ, to relieve nausea and OF thus promoting nutrition x, . . I, lines. Wireless reports from the Indiana, one cf the boats, indicated that there "as enough food and fuel abroad that craft, and the other, the Kansas to last. a week and that lack of wind had robbed the situation of discomfort, but the approach of wind either olf shore or on shore meant great danger and possible disaster. The smooth sea has given the ice blocks an opportunity to freeze and to clog the screws of both Capital i ib 2c CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS wuru ivr a sings. uuartiM. a won! tfirsc sonxcativa fc Undivided Profits. $200,000 THE ssrtlons. Vic. I fr Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KY. i a word far sack aaWKoaal wwa Id sertlsfl. a word par sssntk. Scattered Insertions, is Co p ',-. FOR SALE 300 shocks of. fodder. Apply to T. W". Rash, Home phone 232. -lf boats. i 11 . tl'M WltHElRSObN.' . Lit t President. W. R. SPIIAR. tCashierUi insertion. Uothlng Inserted far Issi inaa cents, Kcthlng charged w tack for less than C5 eents. TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT FOR SALE A Xo. fix 4 Underwood perfect' 'coiidftionf typewriter cheap. 'Jnipiire'df 'Ol.iC. Ilardi?. Georcre Drug ;Store.' ' ' i ,QF HISTORY A INVENTOR. By A. W. .MAC.Y. CURIOUS BITS ' ... ' II ',ri l-2--3t I FOR SALE 500 'dock's "ot 'good corn. lVbaH"e(:t;tllf.'iliock. .7. II. CroxtuUjj.IjIomc .phone 813-! and bringing about a feeling of fort. com- ... Insures A Sick If you give Rexall Dyspepsia Tab- lets a reasonable trial wc will return your money if you are not satisfied the Salts, with the result. Three sizes. 25 cents. Put aside just once 50 cents, and $1.00. Remember; you Cathartic Pills, Castor Oils or purcan obtain Ticxall Remedies only at gative waters which merely force a our store The Rexall Store: Phil- passageway through the bowels, but do not thoroughly cleanse, freshen lips Ding Store, 50 S. Main street. and purify these drainage or ailmen-tar- y organs, and have no effect whatever upon the liver and stomach Keep your inside organs pure and fresh with Cascarets, which thoroughly cleanse the stomach, remove the undigested, sour and fermenting food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the decomposed waste matter and, poisons iii the intestines and bowels. iV Cascaret tonight will make you feel great by morning: They work while you sleep never gripe, sicken and cost only 10 cents a box from your druggist. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never have Headache, Biliousness, coated . tongue , Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Constipated bowels. Cascarets belong in every household Children just love to tnke them. ifon," Monjthsi Against Biliousness, Headache, Constipation or Bad Stomach Yqu to Bap-chur- Dr. M. S. Browne Has Fifty Head of Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fine Machinery Installed. Since the opening of 1912 I) it M S. Browne has bought about fifty head of cattle; Jerseys, Holsteins and grades, and has been receiving, by rail, from the great dairy regions oT the Middlcwest, machinery, mills, shredder, ensilage cutter, engines, separator and appliances necessary to the complete equipment of a mod-cdairy plant: capable of furnishing ''certified milk"' products, and is now about ready to have such a dairy put in oparation at the old Knrsner homestead, near the city, and on tie Colby pike, on his 250 acre faun, known as "The G riggsby-Iv- a rsne r Pla ce." None but young, vigorous and healthy, tuberculin-teste- d cattle, capable cf producing the highest grade le f d'o-tlo- J John, Lofting;' ifc fcitizpnjtof London 'in, the latpr part of the eighteenth- - cehlurV, Had a' passion for fighting fires. .Though never a member of the fire department, he always responded to an alarm, and was usually one of the first to arrive on the scene. He rendered efficient service, but would accept no He was a metal workpay. er by trade, and in 1792 he invented a contrivance to protect the thumb while sewing. It was a sort of cup, hence It was called a thumb-bel- l. In the course of time this was changed into the more euphonious "thimble." The article is now worn on one of the fingers while sewing. Instead of on the thumb a formerly, though sailors stick to the old custom. d SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. ce or sm;JJ"storj room on Main , best loeattod.''ih the city. it en i i( e right. t Office in, H f li , Insure i , Mdbwiie'y'B'uifding PHONES 1 I STRGTHER'S OLD . RELIABLE AMD rur, REAL nj-tott- ace ot me ESTATE. Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or rent. A specialty of Lot sales. BLOOMFIELD on .ojicgc street : gas, electric ' lights .and 'good stable.' ''J.'.X. Bush, Home phone 159. LOST mj;'' FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AGENCY yfflea Fritmlry Bid?., Pheoa 185 to AM il'air nose glasses Return to Dr. Chuk ofTice. in cac. Rose FBoae TM. Offlct Hours S RATLiFF Auditorium Bldg. FOR RENT 6 room cottage on College street. A bargain if rented at once. Call Home phone 01, 320 or 28; Easi Tenn. 01. l-ll- DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. rift noor.McEldswaey BslMlai WINCHESTER. KY. LOST An automobile l-ll- chain in city Thursday. Dr. W. A. Bush. FOR SALE Tlie Big 'Run Coal; the best on the market; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Construction Company. 11-28- -tf J. M. STEVENSON Attorney-at-Law (Copyright, 1311, by Jossph B. Bowles.) I'm Lexington Laundry Company " can save you express on Dry NOTICE Cleaning which is our speciality. The finetJersey bull, Biily Gooii'.o.?, R. S!D ELKIN, will serve cows at $2.00, money due Agent. at time of service.' B. A. OGDEM. SUBSCRIBE FOB THE NEWS. I 60 S. Main St. Winchester,. Ky. ' ' PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Attomeys-at-Law FOR RENT dth Floor McEldowney Buildinj Two-stor- y house -tf on at Haggard street with gas and t:iblc W. P. Azbill. AND Winchester, Ky: WINCHESTER SigTHElLliKQS LOST Pocketbook containing .?53, collar button and shoe btittoner, between Wincbetch and Beckner-villReturn to News office. Reward. T have uarro UD.corr a. r-- Tom e. 0. IITW r STEAMERS UND Opera House FOR I LetCE lAtaMr LrSS trTCIAlECTTlE FREE TROUBLES . 'I of milk, will be permitted on this ARE ICE-BOJan.1itli. farm: which, for the future, is to be devoted to the production of milk, for the supply of WinMany Passengers Were Kept Aboard, 66 With Little Hope of Immediate chesters milk drinkers. The owner lifts the promise of the aid of Dr. Rescue. Robt. Graham, hea.t of Veterinary Fitly-liv- e 1. Chicago. Jan. Science and Serum production at State College, and was aided by Dr. passengers lemained icebound on two K. S. Gocd. head of Annual Husbanhike passenger .stennier.s'yfive miles oul of 'the Gh'icagot;harbo.r. "Saturday dry, especially in selecting registeruight.veighty-foiu- " hours out .of port ed Holsteins. hours Mr. Win. Abney. an active young at Milwaukee and seventy-tw- o business man of large experience, after they ran afoul of floating ice has leased the above place for a which ma,dc further progress impos- PRICES $1.50, $1.00, 75c term of years, and will run it in sible. conjunction with the owner. and 50c. For Xeifher immediate danger nor imthe present, his brother; Mr. Clias. mediate escape from position apAbney. a practical sanitary dairypear likely when the tugs gave up man, aided by his wife, will have the Saturday night a second day's effort v management, and invites all prospec- - to reach the imprisoned ioats with Seats on sale at Strode's Drug Store high-class WitLTHROATAND LUM a few good buyers for farms. Those actually wanting to sell farms, call up C. E. "Smith, Home phone, 47G. FOR RENT -1 Oark County National BANk EstaM.lM4l Accstnd we CbHkQhs M iGUAfiMvrsED ss.rSrAcro.qy wk 1 Sisty acres of No. THE FURS! FURS!! the FURS!!! Highest . cornground; clover sod. A house and 10 acres in grass. J. II Croston, Home phone S13A. 1-S--tf Will pay yoa Cash ; COMMON LAW" Prices for your Furs., J. W. HISEL FOR SALE 100 extra, nice Rhode Bridge Junk Shop, Island Red pullets and coekrels. No. 23 North Mapia St. Home jphon'e 813-A. ;tf van mm HtrchiK, Fmn 1 Mh JU PoMl East Tennessee Phone 215, ' ll-18-4- .'Home Phone 596. GALLERY.25c HOUSE ; FOR RENT Six rooms with gas and water. Apply to A. H. Sympson, corner Maple and The Ross for Nerves. Hickman streets. It has been discovered that the rose Sill cure a 'headache. Its perfume acts as a medicine upon the nerves. FOR SALE Poland China boar. J. T. Lawrence. Its color particularly if deep red soothes the senses through the eyes, and its cleaullness and medical prop- FOR RENT A. four-roocottage. erties generally act upon the system Apply to G. D. Tbs, on Central not only as a curative, but as a ionic avenue. . 12-29- -tf m Capital and Surplus' $350,000.00 DRINK Rgxafyla "MORE THAN WE7- 5 4 1 n ' t.v ,. 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