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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 17, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912011701_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 17, 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. ii r J LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 75. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1912. efforts for the entertainment of the Daughters. The Confederate will be the i WEATHER Fair ami Risimj Tmparahn 1 I 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK GRAYSON LANIER that sefl frcm the circumstances into her life, where have been forced she sees her brothergo to prison, and her family disgraced, or live a common law life, which would be a thou- WRECK L. & N. Crash- TO FAVORABLY RECOMMEND ENTERS NAVY IT, If each who sees the "Common Law," Goes to Norfolk Training and after seeing it .you feel less sel- Lanter . fish and be more content with your School. lot. Mr. Brewster guarantees the same Grayson Lanter, sou cast and production as will play at of Superintendent J. E. Lanter, en- the Walnut Street Theatre. Louislisted iu the U. S. Navy at Cincin- ville, the week of January 21. nati last Thursday. He entered the Winchester Opera House, one night clerical department and was tent to Wednesday, January 17. the Norfolk Training School at Xor-fMVirginia. sand times worse than death. Words are inadequate to describe the moral interest which manifests itself in West Bound Passenger Train Sm ef County Superintendent J. E. greatest ever city in this Sonthland. and thousands of dollars into the treasury of the reunion of 1912. ( held in any Thousand are pouring General lie i es' Into Empty C. & 0. Extra. Engineer Instantly Killed. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17. West- , ii i, ii f uuiiiiu Louisville iv .nsJiviiiu passeii' ger tram leaving here at 4:13 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, crashed head-o- n into an empty extra Chesapeake & Ohio train at Long linn, eighteen miles north of Louisville Tuesday i LIVE MR. ERNEST PAYNTER REPORTS HIS SAFETY . BEAR ON night, instantly killing Engineer union Committeejand every citizen of Macon is doing his share to make it' a success. When the Veterans cyme ignctic' Center," of to this "The Dixie they will-h- e extended a wel- : come of the kind they will remember nntil they answer the sound of taps. Macon will be Uicirs. Do with it what they will, lacon's people will extend the right land of fellowship to the men who Mttled for Dixie. Everything that sffe possesses will he turned over to them while they are j t Bill Which Will Extend The Pro- visions Of The Present Local tion Law To All Counties Alike. Op- James Mahony, of Louisville, and his her guests. fireman, Thomas J., Johns, of LexingA Committee ton, who were running the Louisville & Nashville passenger train, and En gineer Charles O'Lec, of Lexington, and his fireman, .Forrest Marquis, of the Chesapeake & Ohio extra. Conductor Fred Anderson, of Lex ington, is reported seriously, ii not fatally, injured. IMATES at The Auditorum TheaSat- Tells Brother of Trouble With The Will Appear "Dixie," of Storm, And Final tre on Thursday, Friday and Reaching Harbor. Mr. Harry Paynter has received the following interesting letter from his brother, Mr. Ernest Paynter, who is in the U. S. Xavy: U. S. S. DIXIE. Hamilton. Bermuda, B. W. I. January 8, 1912. urday Nights of This Week. Dear Brother-- : I don't know if you have been reading any disquieting yarns in the papers about this ship or not, but am just writing on the basis that you may have, and as I don't want yoi; worry will let you know that we are O. K. We left New York, as pel schedule for Guantanamo on the 4th. got outside and struck a peach of a storm; sprung a leak, got six or sev- "en feet of water in our bottom pumps broke down, water almost up to our fires,' and. in "danger oi putting Fifteen other persons are report Baby Jack, the champion roller ed injured, among them Representa skating bear, will appear at the Au- tive Emanuel Meyers, of Louisville, ditorium Skating Rink on Thursday, who was on his way home from the Friday and Saturday, January 18, 1!) Legislative session at Frankfort. Reports are that the trains were and 20. Baby Jack skates about AL absolutely alone, hauls girl or boy running at a fast rate of speed when ;i round the rink in a cart, waltzes, the crash came, breaking all the ?jnokes, dresses with full dress suit giass trom tlie windows ot both FOUND GUILTY and cane, wrestles, plays" games and trains. A relief train was quickly hurried does many other stunts. A special matinee for the ladies and children out from Louisville to the scene of will be given Saturday afternoon. J. the disaster and the injured passen Punishment is From Three to Nine iProf. Albert Waltz, famous trick gers were taken to Louisville hos Years in The Penitentiary. Prisand fancy skater, who appears for pitals. TO Practically all the passengers on the last time at the Auditorium on oner is Unmoved. Wednesday night, is attracting large the Louisville & 'Nashville train were jrowds, and deserve a packed house more or less injured. Two Chesa- In Lexington Friday Night, For Lexington, Ky., Jan. 17. "We, the each performance, so marvelous peake & Ohio brakemen suffered seit jury, find the defendant Peter iPaul Ceremonies Incident ts Gen. Lee's ire the stunts which he accomplishes vere, injuries. Apkins, guilty as charged in the Biilh Anniversary. i . .v Both Engines Explode. was" tlie- - of representative business men headed by John J. is in charge of the campaign for funds. Unlimited money is at the command of this committee and every dollar will be spent to give the Veterans the time of their lives. It is estimated by General Secretary E. II. Hyman, of the Executive Committee, that $100,000 wil be used by Macon in entertaining her guests., Mn- cin will not go out in the state of Georgia for a single dollar, but on the other hand will raise the entire amount from her own citizens, which shows the spirit that builds up cities, and is carrying out to the letter the promises made by Secretary Hyman at the Little Rock Reunion last year.Mc-,Ka- y. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17. The House Committee on County L'nit ant! Liquor Regulation met Tuesday night and after hearing arguments on the various county unit bills that have been introduced, agreed to make a report Wednesday recommending fa vorably a bill which will extend the provisions of the present local option law to all counties alike. The bill is the same that has been introduced in the Legislature so many times in recent years, but ha been killed in committee. It is likely that this bill will be the first to go on the calendar in the House. The 'Joint Committee on Banks and Banking will meet in the parlor of the Capitol Hotel Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, to hear arg ments on all bank measures btfere the Legislature. northern state destroys the cohesivc-nes- s of the majority of the party," was one of them. Others were: "I never go around t tying to piek quarrels with people opposed to me. I usually go and do something to offset what they are trying to do." "When I have anything to do. I have a habit of getting up in the morning and doing it." Counsel for the committee got into the record the fact that after 101 votes had been cast in the legislature on the day Loiimcr was elected, seven Republican Senators, who had not voted for Lorimer, changed their votes in his favor, making 108, which elected him. CAUSES MUCHJROUBLE In Rural Schools Drifted on Accwut if Snw. Four Schetts Have Been Dismissed. Regarding the opposition to Governor Deneen, Lorimer declared there were men in the legislature in 1909 who would have been willing to elect Deneen Senator, if only to get him out of the Governor's chair. When the committee's lawyers tried to get him to repeat a conversation, he usually declined to do so saying he could not remember more Teachers and pupils in the rural schools are experiencing much trouble from the severe cold. In some places, the snow is so badly drifted that they can scarcely get to the houses. Twelve or fifteen schools are in session but with poor attendance. iFour have been dismissed and will not reopen until spring. According to Superintendent Lan-tcr- 's records, lot! pupils were granted county diplomas in 1910-11- .. Twenty-seve- n of these are now attending high school. Quite a large number are expected to take the examination January 26 and 27. DEATHS AND FUNERALS than the substance. "I'm not going to testify to thing I don't know," was his quent reply. anyfre- Mrs. Jennie Guinn. API - The body of Mrs. Jennie Guinn was placed Wednesday afternoon in BURLEY a vault in the Winchester cemetery. Mrs. Guinn died Minday night of tubercnlosis at her home in the MAKES SALE Pinchetn precinct. She was 68 years of aire. Three sons, Messrs. John, Sam and Deal Consummated Whereby 1,600,- - Bob Guinn, survive. SHOT 000 Pounds of Tcbacco Are posed of to Mr. T. H. Kirk. Dis- MARKETS Cincinnati, Jan. 16 Cattle Qu'el and steady: shippers $67, extra f 7.2o7.o0 ; butcher steers, extra .f6.356.50, good to choice. $o.25 $6.2." common to fair $4.50(35; heifers, extra $5.756, goodiij(to cjlbice $o.6u, common to fair .$3.25 V4.85; cows, extra, $j.2o good to choice $4.505.10. common to fair. i 1' . it is ( VIOLET 1S T0 BE . them ou'tHiad' io start a bucket Ifne for balinsr aifd bailed" day and night ' TAKEN BACK HOME for three davs; finally managed to sneak' in "liere. We are not certair as how'lcng we 'will be liere. most FPster Mother bi Young Heiress1 likely" not more than four or five" . innot Says She is Just a Fanciful, days, if that long. We don't think-thacent Child. any'tliiug serious is "wrong, hopi Well, must close not anyway. New York, Dec. 17. Determined Haven't been ashore as yet, but will to prosecute anybody who may have go tomorrow and send you scn n any way influenced the girl in leav- cards. Love for all. Write soon . ng home, and declaring that she will t . -- . ' , i take her back to Chicago, Mrs. Hcr-ua- n E. W. P. Beuhler, foster mother of Violet heiress Hcuhler, the fifteen-year-ofound working as a nurse in this SPLENDID PLAY ty, left Chicago Tuesday for New by Detective York, accompanied Sergcaift Norton. AT OPERA HOUSE "Violet is ni(!reljv a fanciful inni-- . cut child," said Mrs. Beuhler just before she stepped on board of the Irene Daniels And a Sterling Com- train. "I have made plans to brinz home with me. But I am deter pany Will- - Present Remarkable ler mined that I shall prosecute to the Production Here. limit of the law any man who has been instrumental in detaining her in In offering the "Common Law," any way. I do not intend to allow Montgomery E. Brewster presents the reports that a waiter ha,s been Irene Daniel and a sterling company, interested in the girl to go unnoticed" in the greatest story ever staged. Violet Buehler is still in the care Not only is the story a remarkable of the Children's Society, to which one, but there are several things organization she was remanded from connected with the company and the he Children's Court. play that have nerer been before preMrs. Beuhler sent a telegram to Mr. Walsh, Superintendent of the sented. tflrst, though the theme is new and Children's Society, Tuesday, and the for the first tima used as the base of girl will be held until Mrs. Beuhler ., t ld Both engines exploded.' The pk- jengers, among" tiie:n Judge vr- u. De'nring, general attorney for the Louisville & Nashv'lle railroad, im- mediately set to work helping the in- -' juretl from teh coacies and went fir- ;vard to assist in extricating the Chesapeake & Ohij conductor and his brakeman, caupat in the wrcck- e when the combination coach in which they rode, was telescoped upon the shattered engines. The Chesapeake & Ohio train, run ning on tne Liouisviuc o: iasnvnie tracks, as do all Chesapeake & Ohio trains from Lexington to Louisville, was "dead heading"' back to Lexing Several hot rs previously the ton. same train, starting out, had collided with a cut of fre'ght cars in East Louisville and hnd to put back for a play, the sul ject itself is recorded arrives. nvpr two t. The Children's Society, of Chicago, Christ. See ud, m bringing iogeth uotified the society in this city Tueser the players for the east, it is the day that the girl had been incorrigifirst time that each actor and actress ble for some time. The girl was found Anna Britt. on are all of the type class. Third, the in the home East Seventieth street, by a detective play is without precedent, in consi tency,..for every word and action iCHURCH OF CHRIST. mperfectly, natural, and you have read about such characters m the daily Eld. J. W. Harding will preach papers. Fourth, the play is original Sunday morning and night at the in its plot, construction and concep Church of Christ, on Fairfax street thousand years before tion. As the name applies, one might er- - CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH ncft to see a woman have abuse Rev. L. T. Wright, of Taylorsville, heaped upon her after she had lived a "Common Law" life with a man will conduct prayer meeting at the but such is not the case in the pro Central Baptist church, on Wednesduction. Instead, you will see day night, in the absence of the trying to extricate her- - ijiastor, Kev. Geo. W. Shepherd. n young-woma- $8.23. The Circuit Court room will be fitHogs Market opened strong, 3 tingly decorated and a number of so10c higher on packers and butchers; los will bo rendered and patriotic tiary. steady ou light shippers and pigs; UNITED STATES Miss Mamie Ai.iha Hubbard, attorney for "Asongs will be sung. selected heavy shippers $6.45(56.50, pkins made an able defense for his Geary has charge of the musical promixed packers $6.30(26.43, stags elicuf, but the facts necessary to esgram, which will be elaborate. common to choice heavy E $3.235.23, LN tablish the guilt of the defendant fat sows $4.253.90, extra $6, light were matters largely of record in the shippers $o.906.20; pigs I(110 lbs com ts here and in Paris, 111., making and less) $4.2o5.85. the trial of the case short and con- In Cuba if Further Attempts Are Shccp Strong; extra $3.834 SHOWS MUCH NERVE clusive. repairs. good to choice $3.33(53.75, commcu Made to Nullify Law Department Apkins is under indictment in the to fair $1.503.25. Misunderstood Orders Cause. o Circuit Court, charged Serves Notice. Lambs Steady": extra $6.75, good Louisville & Nashville officials exWhen He Suffers A Fall Due to wifh his wife, formerthe murder of to choice $6.256.63, common to pressed their belief that the wreck Washington, Jan. 17. The State fair $4.50( 6. Blunder. Not Seriously ly Elizabeth Young, and was served Priest's was due to misunderstood orders. by Deputy Sheriff Wilson with a Department has served notice on I Injured. benah warrant, being committed to President Gomez that the United TOO LATE TO CLASSfY FOR PREPARATIONS jail and will later be turned over to State will intervene m Cuba if furth Baltimore, Md., Jan. 17 Severely the Jessamine authorities. er attempts are made by the veteran r . shocked by a fall to the floor of the organization to nullify the law pro E THE LYRIC hibiting the interference of the milialtar at St. Vincent's Catholic church Caidinnl Gibbons displayed striking tary in political affairs in Cuba. Maud Muller. (SeUg.) Will Be Held at Macon, Ga., On May nerve Tuesday morning when he Townhall Tonight. (Essanay.) The notification of the American on performing his part of the Government was served upon Presi Answer of the Rose. (Vitagraph) .7-- 9, 1912. Many Plans Are Perceremony attending the last rites ovFine programme; don't miss it. dent Gomez through American Min fected. Matinee everyday, 2:30 and 3:30. er the body of Rev. Desire C. Dewulf. Fails to Tangle His Story, And Does ister Bcauprc at Havana. benor Immediately after the mass had been Martin Rivero, Cuban minister to the Not Ruffle His Temper, For He Macon, Ga., is making great prep- concluded the Cardinal arose from United States, was unappraised of FOR SALE 60 Rhode Island Red Maintained His Composure. pullets. Dan Augustus, R. D. Xo. the action except through the press arations for the coming Confederate his seat under a canopy to don extra 4. city. to be held in May 7. 8 and vestments before blessing the body Jan. 17. A day's and declined to comment upon it. Washington, !). 1912. Colonel Walter A. Harris. of the dead priest. It was on reports of American of Senator Lori FOR SALE 73 Brown Leghorns who is Colonel cf the Georgia Qlili-ti- a, While the robes were being placed mer before the Senate Inveoigaticg Minister "Beaupre that Tuesday pullets; laying now. Apply to Mrs. has been selected as General on his shoulders one of the priests Committee failed to develop any sen note was based. Sam Jett. 127 Lexington avenne. Minister Beapre's Report. Chairman and is assisted by an able took the chair from under the canopy sation. Evidently it had not tangled corps of busy, business men, who are and passed it to an altar boy, telling his storv and certainly it did not Minister Beaupre reported Tues- untiring in their efforts to make this him to put it in the aisle between the ruflle his temper, for he maintained day frcm Havana that in defiance of FOR SALE Good Jersey cows with ever held in body and the altar. There was a his composure throughout. ' the greatest a decree isned b!y President Gomez, i young calves. P. Y. Drake, Winforbidding officers of the army and wa Dixie. chair in the aisle already. After Most of the I chester, Ky. The Sons of the Confederacy will putting on the vestments the Cardi- directed to Lorimer's recital of polit rural guard to participate in politics, j have a very important and prominent nal, who had not seen the removal of ical conditions in Illinois when the which also is prohibited by military part in the coming reunion, for Com- the chair, started to sit diwn again. legislature was electing a Senator in law, manv army officers and rurales vice persons who sympathized with Tebellioa. 1909, the personal associations of attended a meeting Sunday night of the Spanish cause in the mandant J. Marion Dunwody, of the He fell to the floor. Council of Veterans, an Press dispatches Tuesday indicated Exclamation of suppressed alarm Democrats with Republican and the the National Thomas Hardeman Camp, No. IS, is Cu- - that the veterans were threateiUBS doing some very active work for the broke from those on the altar, and subsequent resasons why he believed organization of veterans of the to coerce members of Congress, now independence. Sons in the coming reunion. Mrs. some in the front pews, who had the Democrats voted for him. When ban war for been active in in session, to nullify the law rgar4- The veterans havve Walter D. Lamar, head of the Geor- witnessed the accident, and a rush Loryner got to talking politics, he the past three momihs in attempting ing the participation in politics of tltf gia. U. D. C.'s.. as chairman of the was made to the side of the fallen eqined a few epigrams. "The direct primary in every to have dsplaail'fffim the Civil Ser- - military. Woman's Auxiliary, is untiring in her prelate. .. Lexington, Ky., Jan l-Friday night at 8 o'clock the United Daugh ters of the Confederacy will hold a "gi meeting in the courthouse iu honor of the anniversary of General Robert E. Leo's birth. .Attorney John M. Stevenson, of Winchester, will .bo the speaker of the occasion-anwill speak on the life of the famous southern leader. . Lexington, Ky., Jan. 17. It leaked out Tuesday night shortly before midnight that at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Barley Tobacco Society, which, had .been in verdict'-'ret'urrieMonday In tbe Fayette Circuit Court Tues- - ession since the middle of ifternoon, that a said, ofi 1,GOO,00(1 i day i ibrning signed by FrediLnzaiu.- pound .of,, tobacco of , the r grade- , . aS1 i'r reman- , inrees ami It took the jury less than ten min Known nst-- 1909-pool- , had been sold fours, of the utes to come to. an agreement and when the verdict was read by Deputy o MrTjippdore JI. Kirk, thewell Coving- CSrcirt Clcik Thomas, ID'Day, Vhc known( tobacco plunger, qf on and Cincinnati. defendant maintained his 'accustom Tbc deal was later confirmed' as" to ed ci ilness and stoically sat unmov grades and number of pounds sold ed ai d apparently unaffected as the the price, words were read that fixed his guilt, but it was stated that while a good one, was private. the punishment for which is from three to nine years in the penitend ones-iwos- ?1.7.")4.25, canners $1.502.73; bulls strong and scarce; 'bolognas !?41254.90, extra $5; milch cows steady. Calves Strong. 2550c higher; extra $9."io9..")0, fair to good $7.75 9.2."5, common and large $4.30 1 VN Jcs.-amin- ed Re-Uni- cross-examinati- Re-Uni- cross-examinati- I .... ft. 4 L . If r--- - 1 .1 1 s. , , iLWLNCIESTER S IM-I- NEWS COwlMISOWR'S JALE Clark Circuit', Kentucky. Sotrth Main Street, L1LLIE K. HENRY, Administratrix, Plaintiff. vs. Winchester, Kentucky. HERBERT HENRY, et al.. Defendant. . Dally, Except Sunday. II (By L. II. Bush.) What is more beautiful than the field of growing corn? From, the time the small blades burst through the rain softened and sun wanned ground, on through its various stages of taller stalks and ever changing green, until the blades change to the color of old, gold and the stalks are bowed' down with the fully ripened ears of corn, glistening in the autumn sun, and now for. the first time peeping forth from the shuck, opened by the frosts of the coming winter, it is indeed glorious to contemplate, and gives joy and hope not only to the farmer who planted it but to all passers-by. Half Hour Specials for Thursday From 9 to 9:30 a. m American and Simpson; Prints at 10 yards, fo a customer. 4 i 6i triumphs and tribulations, are but the daily lessons which we are learning in His great school.. Let us learn therefore, to ho more useful day by da-- , not only for the sake of the great pleasure and joy, which will come to us in so doing, but that we may fulfill the real purpose of our being, aud that when the Ever and anon the Great Fanner of harvest time comes and the. day of this Universe walks between His rows fruition is at hand, we may be like of, ripeniijg cornJand plncksjherb 'andj thcjfuUy (ripened ear of corn, well 'there", the goldeji 'ears as'jla'ihas rounded. Out, mature andj (perfect pi. ' from tile' sunshine of many happy ir.. use '.... 4f.. ..." lor tnein. llie Jll-iL- 'l .'.. everyday daysf like the mighty oak, strong and man of this earth andjoravn in heart, ffrom the ,fotfest,.,mfcrk-- . .1 throuirlmut Hisiisreat erty. T , e have icndured. Immediately after making said which soften and decay .and kinks ing' tlie trees wine n are aio- uu runs MY FATHER.' like the beautiful rose pifie and away. The Divin? i ' ' sale, I will pursuant to the sams back into mother earth, but thejgreat down and taken ttiiti. Gardener love? His, flower d early. spotle.--. sweet and fragrant; from a !i i. Some months ago, my father, 31r. judgment aud order of sale, expose-t- body of the tree, becomes a pVrt o. brft s'SnVct imes He nnt'ITis lmnd 'bc- - lont&el&iiiiife .oH 1 ove." sunshine and t PUBLIC SALE at the same place, the beautiful homes, which slieltc Perry, became affected with neath Ilis mot beautiful rose and good deeds. an ailment which incapacitated him the following described tract;of land . and protect us, ami in manyothc , :.5J!'(Hf:4 . ."'-,ways finds its dav of real usefulness iifts it from! the. it : V. ' for active service. For many week?, A HERO IN A. LIGHTHOUSE. So when 'Some pure,' pei'fect, 'and Beginning lot No. 3 in Block 5 of toman. hotreyer, he;gave his time aud attenloving woman has been taken, we A flower garden is indeed beautition to ''the business which should the Lot and Building Association AdFor years J. S. Donahue, So.' Havedition to the City of Winchester, ful, and brings great joy to hearts, must remember, the beautiful rose i i .naveibeen given to rest and recupern", Mich., a civil war captain. ,as a Kentucky, a plat of which is' recordbut the days in which the beautiful that only yesterday we plucked in the ation. As a result, he is now lighthouse keeper, averted awfii! i'edsto his'room, and I am conducting ed in Deed Book 5C, page 436 of the blossoms grow and romp and play height of its beauty and fragrance wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might Clark County Court Records; .said with luxurious idleness in the sun- to bo taken, to the bedside of our 'the" paper alone. I make this explahave been a wreck, himself, if Elecnation, in assuming the editorship lot being situated on Brevitt street in shine of their beloved garden, arc friend, and then wc will know that tric Bitters had not prevented. our gentle woman has been taken of The News, in order that he shall said city, fronting on said street not the really useful days. because God has a greater need and alThe most beautiful rose does not not be held responsible for any mis- about 34 feet running back to an and chills," he writes, "after I had take I shall make in recording a ley and adjoining lot of Laura find its time of fruition in life, its use for her, in the other world. taken other so called cures for t! news item or for any editorial I may Wright and on the North by Lot No. day of real usefulness, until it is Sometimes it is a man of great learnyears, without benefit and they also plucked and carried with love nind ing, mature with years and ripe with 2 of said block. publish. improved my sight. Now, at sevenFor the purpose of satisfying a ood cheer to the bedside of a sick wisdom. If wc ask the reason why, Before his illness, we were comand inly stop to think, wc must needs ty, I am feeling fine." For dyspeppanions, in business, on pleasure lien of R. iP. & R. M. Scobee, for friend. The shy, modest sia, indigestion, all stomach, live: hiding behind the shelter of know that it is because God has use trips and iudee'd, in everything which the sum of 200.00, with interest and kidney troubles, they're without goes to make up a tender, nnder- - thereon from December 30, 1909, the dark green leaves, dreams of its for this fully ripened ear of cum, equal. Try them. Only 2f cts.. day of usefulness when it shall have and' that our great man, our dear and their cost herein. standing companionship. He :;t All Druggists. friend, has gone to add his learning Both of the above described tracts been made into a bridal veil. growing stronger now each .day, The sweet violets, which my lady to the great wisdom and knowledge and- e'er long will bo able, of land will be sold upon a credit of Only registered pharmacists' han:wc hope, to tako up again the six months. For the purchase price, loves so well, do not know how use- of a better world. When death cut's a dle your pcrscription at the ?, active interest he has always felt the purchaser, with approved surety ful they can be, until some day they down the strong, sturdy, gallant, and Pharmacy. Absolute acin the paper, in Winchester and hci or securities, must execute bond, arc gathered with gentle hands, and noble man. under whose love and procuracy guaranteed. The store o! hearing legal interest from the day sent as a token of sweetheart love. tection we have lived and rejoiced so people. quality. The trees, the flowers, the growing long, let us but think of the great Until thai time, I am acting as of sale until paid, aud having the Bidcrops, and all the goodly things werj oak which was cut down, because fo; cditorociely editor, managing ed- force aud effect of a judgment. MOUTH OF FOUR MILE itor and in many cases reporter and ders will be prepared to comply with made for the use of man, but of man, it a day of greater usefulness hau come. God's best, His last and most perfect sometimes "devil." My only motive-i- these terms. Aunt Martha Brown, who ha bee When you were a child and encreation, what shall wc say? For J. T. STOKELY, writing this is that those who rc:id dangerously ill, is improving. the paper shall, be lenient in their Master Commissioner Clark Circuit whose use was man made, and what gaged at ploy with your neighborCourt. is his destiny? Man was created hood playmates, in your front yard, judgment, kindly in criticism, and Olr. I). H. Morguson has returned duringtjiosc glorious hours between from Lexington where he sold his togenerous in their suggestions and for the use of God Himself. A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. What a mighty thought it is, that the close of school and night, don't bacco at 13 cents a pound. words of encouragement. we should be of use to God. Can you remember, how as the shadows Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown ar' My endeavors shall be for the inTo warn people of a fearful forest it be possible that God has a purpose of evening began to lengthen and tin heing congratulated on the terest of Winchester, first, last aud arrival of girl Allicc Chii-tin- e. all the time; for the uplift of human- tire in the Catskills a young girl rode and use for us in the life to come? dusk approached, that dear mother an eight-poun- d ity and a fair and impartial record- horseback at midnight aud saved Indeed it is, for this world is God's or father came to the door apd callMr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas have ing of the news. Indeed, I shall ad- many lives, ncr deed was glorious great cornfield, His vast forest, His ed you to your home. You went in returned home after spending several vocate in my humble way, such but lives are often saved by Dr. magnificent flower garden, and we, without fear or hesitation, for you days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tilings as I know arc right and just, King's New Discorvery in curing lung His children are His ever ripening could see the cheerful tire within W. 31. Ross, at Cottonsburg, Ky. and then I am sure the policies of trouble, coughs and colds, which ears of corn, His growing trees, His through the window, and you knew .Hiss lrginia Umstopner, who i ,the great love, the shelter, and the has been visiting in Winchester, has the paper will not be different from might have ended in .consumption or beautiful blooming roses. Since wo like tho trees, the flowers, comfort vou should find there. what my father would have them be. pneumonia. "It cured me of a returned home. dreadful cough and lung disease," and the growing crops of corn, are That is the way we should try to GOLDIE PERRY. 3lr. Jim Morgan had a good work writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington, each day going on towards our har- learn to, feel, about death, that it is horse to die last week. Tex., "after four in our family had vest time, our day of fruition, when simply an opening of the door, and 3Ir. Jessie Wilson has rented a $100 PER PLATE died with consumption, and I gained our time of real usefulness shall be- a going in at night time of nlnv- - farm near Ford and moved last week was paid at a banquet to Henry 87 pound?." Nothing so sure and gin, we should strive in this life, to weary children. 3Ir. Dillard aud John Tracy, of Clay, in New Orleans in 1842. safe for all throat and lung troubles. become mighty oaks, to grow into ,In the beginning of this Xew Year, Madison county, spent Saturday and Trial bot- perfect ears of corn, and to let the when so many good resolutions are Sunday in our neighborhood. Mighty costly for those with stora-a'c- Price 50c and $1.00. trouble or indigestion. Today tle free. Guaranteed by all Druggists days of our lives unfold with a being made, some of them only tco 3Ir. George Ferguson was in Win much fragrance, and beauty, as do soon to be broken, let us resolve chester Monday on business. people" every where use Dr. King's j the leaves of the most beautiful rose. .within' our heart of hearts, to try not NOTICE New Life Pills for these troubles as Squire B. A. Thomas is visiting his These days here, arc but as our (to be f raid of God,-bu- t each day to daughter. 3Irs. Thco Thompson at well as liver, kidney and bowel The fine Jersey bull, Billy G,opd!oo, school days; after all, we ac only understand Him better, ever bearing, Allensville. Easy.- - safe, sure. Only 25 will serve cows at $2.00, money due little children at school, autf vhile in mind, , cents at All Druggists. that our experience iu this 3rrs. G .31. Mitchell entertained al time of service. it is our duty to work hard during' life, its loves and duties, its failures 3Ir. and 3frs. Frank Thomas Sunday ' B. A. OfiDEM. school hours and to do as best we jand successes its joys and hopes, its. with a delicious dinner; SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS iiin KJTF ER'. "Entered as second-clas- s matter, By virtue of a judgment and order November 28, 1908, at the postoffice of ale of the Clark Circuit Court, s Winchester, Kentucky, nnder the rendered at the December term thereIxT of March 3, 1879." of, 1911, in the above cause, for the sum of Fourteen Hundred dnd Thirty-Belli Pheoes 91. One Dollars, ($1,431.00.) with interest thereon from May 22hd, 1910, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: until paid and its costs 4 herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the By Mail. Cou;t Hone door in WinrheslBr, Daily, one year $3.00 Ky., to the highest bidder at PUBLIC JKx, Jfenths 1.50 AUCTION on Saturday, January Oae Month 25 20th, 1912, at or about 2 o'clock, p. Payable in Advance. undivided interest in., the one-ha- lf of Luther K. Henry, deceased, in and ttVERTlSIKt RATES": to the following described or parcel of land, 9tm Mm, uy sditioa. f'.Sfi Being a certain tract or parcel of tkxm Umu, withi on vMk.. J0 'land cn South lilain street near LOO the' Southern limits of Winchester, Om week, ceatiiiBuHsrjr Om etksd&r mo--, eontbanouily- - 3.00 beginning at a point in the middle bear, rekB, 4 txwto wtk. . . . 2.40 of the Two-Miroad, coiner to Pew traekb, three time ea week. 1.60 property formerly owned by Sid Tama weeks, two than a week L20 running thence with his' line ResefRej if stlcesPer Line: through the middle of the lines fence weeks. on time a week. . . .75 South C8 minutes aud 50 seconds E poles to a stone corner to tweinesa notice, hbdj type... 7 c 32 fmr reading, nea heading. .. 15c the property formerly owned by Sid fare eofitinnons insertions of same Elkiu and John B. Noland; thence N fceem at double the one-iipoles to a stone rate. 20 1-- 2 E 9 34-1division corner; thence N G5 minutes ChmHhd Per War.: 92-1poles to a lc 50 seconds W 35 Om tewrfioL, any editioa point iu the middle of the Two-Mi- le three Bsertkms continuously .. 2o Saab, threw additional insertions. Vic road another division comer; thence Om eakadar ao, continuously. .10o along the middle of said road S 2 9 poles to tTctinff eoanted less than 10 words. minutes 51 seconds W eiarged ea hooka foe the beginning. He it st And if said undivided laaa thaa eeata. docs not bring the sum of money above mentioned then,the whole o jABVEiriSlNG C5f THE said property" wilf be offered for sale, the above amount of money being a judgment in favor of the Winchester GENERAL OFFICES Bank, for which sum it is adjudged CH,CACO Wf-- W BRANCHES IN ALL TnK PRINCIPAL CITIES a lien in said judgment oh said prop- VAc yd From 1:30 to 2 p. m. 9Qi 60c Mercerized Hemmed Napkims at. . No more than one dozen to customer. .61 rifl7 $1.25 From 10 to 10:30 a. nr. Nottingham-Lace Curtains at No more than 2 to customer, 39c pair $6.00 Ladies Black Silk Waists at. . . . One to customer. From 2:30 to 3 p. m. .$2.98 From 11 to 11:30 a. m. 25c Boy's and Misses Stockings at 2 pair to customer. lSe From 3:30 to 4 p. m. 29c yd. 60c yard wide, White Flannel at No more than 5 yards to customer, ........ to-w- it: le El-ki- n; While the growing corn is a thing of joy, and beauty through all its stages in the field, its day of usefulness to man is not to be found, until the harvest time comes, when the glorious ears arc .plucked by the farmer, and transferred to his home, to be distributed, as the bread of life for both man" and beast the "whole world- - over. Other specials will be announced in the store bring your lunch and stay all day. v it will pay you to hv 8-- 00 ..... 5-- half-intere- VP What is grander than yonder majestic oak, stretching forth ilsj'great gnarled limbs towards the skies, and towering above its brothers like some great giant. The snows and sunshine of an hundred years have filtered through its leaves and limbs and in its mighty strength, it laughs and jeers at the storms and sleets which beat against it to no avail. But now its time of real usefulness to man has comc, it has ripened into full fruition, for already the master woods-ma- n has gone through the forest and marked this, tree. Sopn hi- sturdy men will follow him, anfl with great saws cut aud remove; this mighty moimrch from its native heath, leaving behind as the oulv e magnitude and of its grandeur the great broad stump, v ce one-tim- Kit" can whatever is our lot or portion in life to do, we should also run and play, at the play-tii.c- s, gathering all tho sunshine and happiness wc can find in this life, and remembering that it takes the sunshine as well as the rain to' color the rose, to strengthen the oak, and to ripen the car of corn. v it-L.i -- o The the horse. canine was finally overtaken and Phar-ris- ? Mr. Willie Frank Kagland is still killed about a mile beyond Mr. store. suffering with his arm. Some time Messrs. Itobert Comer aud Thomas ago he received a cut on his finger, Epperson, Jr., spent a few days at and when he taken sick in August, his finger began to get worse, and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward' comity, rehis. arm .has been lauced eleven times U. Epperson, in Fayette cently. and is still in a bad condition. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stephens visitMr. Wm. Knckcr has rented a farm ed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hampton in from 31 r. Albert Heflin and will move ' to it soon. 3Ir. Steve Short will Winchester, Sunday. i ''Uncle'' George Aduit& continues move to tlie hou-- e vacated bv 'Mr. 'ill. IJucker. t There was a dog in this neighborThe nicest and most hood Monday morning that was - ! perfumes and toilet articles at the thought to be mad, and attacked sevmo .maruiacjr W. A. ' lirown-rroeioAs Mr eral other dogs. 'store of quality. ' Stephen was riding a hoive from the RUCKERV1LLE store the dog bit to na it-- - "laf liii"ir. to-w- 4 UV.. !; "I. i J DON'T YOU SUFFER Or let the boys suffer this cold weather when you can buy clothing from us at such big- reductions. Men's Suits - - Brown-Proetori- and Overcoats all cut. $10.00 Suits, 12.50 Suits, 15.00 Suits, 18.00 Suits, 20.00 Suits, 25.00 Suits, now now now now now now S75 - .00 ff.M jj.75 f3.Q0 15.00 Look at the cut on boys' $3.0.0 Coats, now S2-1 r 2J 3.50 Coats, now 4.00 Coats, now 5 00 Coats, now b.OO Coats, now 7.50 Coats, now 10.00 Coats; nowi.. 5j 4 . "ALL HATS AT CUT PRICES" h' ALLAN Sig of Little Man & MURPHY Oppotite Court ' oTi. 4w , r vkAt&-?- ftfvr-Jt- e K1 W - lsteff,- - t t . si 4-- -- r '"jfr - jr. t - f , , . .the wmcHctrtr nkw. 5 1, Get BEN," he's the most wide awake fellow we know. Hate to get up these cold mornings? DON'T YOU a "BIG M. "Jeweler and Optician" -- , He'll make it eas3' for you to get up. I Bankrupt Sale! ! t u. , sa s . I tJnder order of theFederal Cotirt C IETY magazine article on Republic of Liberia," which was much enjoyed. Mrs. C. II. Dietrich gave an in structive paper on "The Ma donna in Art," illustrating her remarks with three hundred and fifty Madonnas. 'Practically every artist's conception of "the Madonna" was represented, and the paper was one of the most enjoyable features iff the meeting. t Mrs. Owen Pitch gave an ; on. '"Tlic Power of the Moving Picture Shows for Good." Mrs. Fitch 'explained xhow the childish milid was impressed' with the lessons taught by the photo-play- s. able-readin- OayMrVasson Tlie marriage of 3IUs Blanche Wassoii, of Khca Springs, Temi., to. Mr. Till Day, of "this city, was solemnized in Paris on Monday. The young couple eloped iii an auto the Bourbon capital, where they were united in marriage. Following the ceiemony, they returned to thif city, the bride going to the home of her coumh. ilir-- Jlavy-- . Sudduth, where she had 'been visiting and hif groom staying with Ills' parent.-?-. When the rumor of the marriage became current here, it was denied !H : by Uh'c young people,' hot- a telephone 'l' YileWagc to Paris' brought news that the license had been issued. The bride is a student at Sayre College, Lexington, and a lovely and charming young iady. She possesses an attractive personality, an 6 for the Eastern District of Kentucky, I am retailing the stock of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt. Now is your chance to buy your clothes at a. public outcry on Courtilay, Monday, January '22. at 11 o'clock, a", ni., in front of the Court Hoiue; about GO acre of land and '25 acres of gra.-lan- d. It has on it a good dwelling and all other necessary outbuilding-- . All of this land is river bottom land. Is situated 1 mile, cast "of Jackson Terry in Madi?on county. . i'arties de.iinng any turtuer jntor-raatio- n call on or address: I will rent at R. P. SCOBEE & SON CD. ' (INCORPORATED) LU MEER and Rough Dressed, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES, I CAREY ROOFING:. can be bought. the best that II. CLAY HODGKIN', car.Yinchester Bank, Winchester, FURS! FURS!! TURSU! Ky. RUBBER ROOFING, as good as any. Home Phone 47 East E9I Ten. P 147 LESS THAN COST Hvery Sale ns now going on. article in the store miist be converted into cash, at oncei" i the Highest Casb Prices for your Furs.. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shoj. No. 23 North Maple st Will pay you East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. A LIBERAL OFFER i; IMPOUND is the best selling cough medicine We Guarantee to Relieve Dyspepsia. If We Fail The Medicine Costs The stock .consists ot Men s and Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters and all kinds of furnishing goods. Boys' Nothing. To unquestionably prove to the people that indigestion and dyspepsia can be permanently relieved and that Kexall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring about this result, we will furnish the medicine absolutely free if it fails to give satisfaction to any one using it. The remarkable success of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high degree of scientific skill used in dei At the conclusion of the session, delightful hot chocolate, sandwiches and wafers was served by Mrs. Hidden The M. C. Club is doing a wonderful work, and is a power for good in the community. It was this Club which undertook the sale of the lied Cross Stamps in this city. Through it- - work, about 1,000 posers on the evils of the hou-c- ' llv and many tu berculosis posters were distributed here, and a gieat step was taken of the sitpprcs-io- n po-t- al cards. A prize is being offered by the Club for" the best civic work done during the year in the colored school- -. Four Juuior Civic Leagues were organized here during the ob-ee- because it on the market y does just exactly what a cough medicine is expected to do: it stops coughs and colds speedily and effectively. Should he kept in the house constantly where there are children. to-da- popular. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. M. Day. and is a member of a distinguished family. He is quite popular in social circle-- , and is a young man of upright char- A prompt helpfor croup and whooping cough. Give if: to your children Takeityourself . Contains no opiates. The genuine is in a yellow package FOR SALE BY i r.i- acter. and ,'Mr.s. Day have the wishes of a host of friends. Mr,, , be- -t LEWIS R HAMPTON , Receiver. their formula. 'as A'elF its to tho care exercised irf their manufactprop- ure," whereby' the and erties'of vi-ii- ig Well-kno- Bismuth-Subnitrat- e. AL DRUGGKig 1 ' , M. C.( Club. ,; ! fThe meeting" of the M. C. Club, held r ,with Shir!ey((LI:iddcii. was one of the most interesting in its history. Mrs. Lucien Beckner gave tliu M. .AH. M i Manage r,., Misses) El have been combined with-Car-initiative- - and other agent's'.' Pep-i- n , BiMuuth-Siibnitia- tc and employed-- ' : Pep-i- n fueog-nie- d are constantly in id , TheNew Depositor . GEO, FOX, Salesman, M, (IEI0, Sales Ladies. FINAL CLEARANCE i past year. The- - chairman of thi.-- SALE Silk Hose, value up to 50c ! Qc , Shirtwaists, $1.25 value Hertherbloom Skirts, values up to $1.75 10 : 59c 89c 48c is "also of"the State Junior Civic chairman . League. An effort will be niaU'e to' organize a, permanent Civic League tor Winchester. Under the auspices of the M. C. Club, Miss Chinn, of State College, will deliver a lecture here soon on ''Household Economics." The Club has doubled its member ship during the past year and is still comparatively Though growing. is accomplishing a great dea' nmall it for the good of the community. The members arc lending their aid to a hill for woman suffrage, and to all The work along Federation lines. testing of milk is one of many reforms brought about by the M. 1'. work, Mrs. C. IT. Dietrich, Club. for Clearwater, Flu. Mr. Matlack. will join them later. Mr. James P. Menifee has returned to her home in Knoxville, after a visit to her kter, Mrs. Lucien Heckner. I Mis Lois Dietrich has returned to Hichniond, after a visit to her parents here. Mr. Lucien Beckner is in Nashville. only the purest and frcslicst icines on sale med- by th6 "entire medical' profes sion as invaluable in the treatment of indigestion and dyspe'p.-i- a. The il'e'p.-i- n used in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets is carefully prepared so as to develop its greafesf 6fliciency. Pep-i- n supplies' to' the digestive one of the most important elements of the digestive fluid, Without 'it1 the digestion and assimilation ;of food are impossible. pos-es- s' The Carminatives properties which" aid in relieving the disturbances and pain caused by undigested food. This combination of these ingredients makes a remedy invaluable for the complete relief of indigestion and dyspepsia. We are so certain of this that we i'e you to try Rexall Dyspepsia Talbets on our own personal guarantee. Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at our store The Rexall Store. Phillips Drug Store, 50 South Main street. Value of a True Friend. . Hie In this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attea-tio- n and prompt service. All we. ask is an opportunity tO'Serve yon thaf..we my;prev .quality of oui banking service.. We invite you to call and see na. Citizens National Bank Near Coart 'Corner Main and Souta' Court Street. Wincbsster, Ky. Imv What Does This Mean? It means that at the Brown-Procto-r- ia Pharmacy the store of quality. Steam or Hot Water Heat is the E NAME I ii 1 11 1 i Many People Cannot Pronounce Ca- mil mi 1 Name of World's Most Famous The next meeting will he held with tarrh Remedy. I most satisiactory 1 Heating System yet. Let us give you an estimate. Ladies' Underwear, $1.00 value Silk Waists in all colors including Messalinc, Taft'eta, Chiffon and Lace, values up to $7.50 $298 Handkerchiefs, values up. to 25c -- TAo Ladies Skirts, including Serge, Panama and Cheviot, all colors, value up to $7.50 $298 Black Broadcloth Coats lined throughout with Skinners Satin, values up to $25.00 $1000 54-- I. Long Caracul coats, $-.- inches long, values up to uu SD9 up1 I Choice of Ladies' Purses in all colors, values $i so to 39c WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOMB, Inc. Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. Elks Building 61 Main Street Both Phones 364. jt' jt Iligh-o-m- e that the proper way to trust till after trial. There are to pronounce HYOMEI the old reliasome that will keep us company ble remedy, that has rid tens of while it Is clear and fair who will bo Mrs. W. E. Singleton has returned gone the clouds gather. That thousands of people of that vile and is the when friendship only home, after a three weeks' stay at which is strongdisgusting disease. er than death; and those the friends Ft. Garrett, Woe d ford county, wheir whose fortunes are embarked in the IIYOMEI is made of purest Ausshe was with her mother. Mrs. Marisame bottom who are resolved to etta Gooch, at the time of her death. tralian eucalyptus combined with sink or swim together. thymol and other effective antiseptics Miss Bettie Wilson and Miss Kate and is guaranteed to be free from The Ubiquitous' Spender. Barbec, of Lexington, were visiting "He" spends like a prince," his cocaine or any harmful drug. Mrs. It. F. Scobee, on Winn avenue sayl "He throws it around like IIYOMEI is guaranteed to end the friends tc drunken sailor," says the others last week. Miss Wilson has returned misery of catarrh, asthma, croup, After all, be gets rid of it. And you home, and Miss Barbec will remain can pick your simile from any class bronchitis, catarrhal deafness, t. for a longer of society you choose and still be coughs or colds or money back. aoout right Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark are, movBreathe it that's all, no dosing the ing fiom South Main atret to Mr. stomach. Complete outfit, including 8tarve to Gain Weight Ben Myers' residence on Burns The fat one who has been cut out indestructible inhaler, $1.00. Extra Mr. Myers will occupy room? of meals galore will now rejoice. The bottles of HYOMEI, if needed, HO last cure for thinness is to omit every at the residence. cents at Phillips Drug Store, and other dinner. A man under such Mrs. C. V. Bridwell is recovering treatment by advice of an druggists everywhere. physician has' gained at the rate of from several days' illness. two pounds a week. With Parisian Itev. Geo. W. Shepherd will return FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! sppcla'lsu advising fire meals a day Wednesday from Richmond. Will pay you the Highest Cash L for o'besity it sounds as if the doctors liked change as much as the Miss Laura Spurr is in this city Prices for your Furs. to organize a class in art among the J. W. HISEL teachers in the Winchester City Bridge Junk Shop, Queer Remedy for Ague. school-- '. . No. 23 North Maple st. It was prescribed by an old super-jtitloMis Lctitia Warren, of Danville, that If those who were affect-East Tennessee Phone 215, Homi e"d with, ague would visit at dead ot who has been visiting her sister, Phone 596. night, the nearest cross road fire iMrs. Lucien Beckner, is attending a ti'meff'and ' tlierf bury'a new laid honse party given by Miss Elizabeth .egg. the' 'disease would' be- - burled, ir An' Estimate. "What b your new automobile's the experiment-- failed; they .attributed Simusbn, in Frankfort. "Well, It took two t " it to some unlucky accident that may Mrs. Smith Kerr and Mrs. D. T. other day." . haul ,home iiave. befallen them, on th way. Matlack left Wednesday mornuig 2-vi-iav-enc- e. mode-makern , ll-18-4dlf-jfrei horse-power?- Jliss Uosa Justice on Wednesday, January A sure friend is best known In an adverse state. We know not whom GRANT WITT & CO. PLUMBERS and STEAM FITTERS FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS blow FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay you the Highest Cas with terrific force at the far Prices for your Furs., ( north nnl play havoc with the akin, jlW.JIISEL r causing red, rough or sore chapped 'Bridge Junk Shop Bueklen'.-Arnic- a hands and lip?, that need No. 23 North ilapie stt Salve to lieal them. It makes East Tennessee Phone 215, Home the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled Phone 596. for cold sore- -, al-- o bruies and pile- -. k A 0:il '25 cents at All Druirsrists. Eye Strain. Of all the misfortunes that couM fall a human being, tho loss FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! is probably the greatest. aBcr jet organ ot the-bo- dy Is so coasta Will pay yon the Higiiest Cash abused as the eye. The troubl that the possessor of the normal ej Prices for your Furs. does not take into consideration J. W. IIISEL in all near work, as In reading; Bridge Junk Shop, lag. sewing, etc.. the eye Js cttT engaged as handj Xo. 23 North Maple st. brain, and well as the that the eye only is at rert East Tennessee Phone 213, Home when looking Int6 s$fce or . jf closed. Phone 596". i. Il-i8-- eti a' ll-18-4- 5 . The Lure of Ambition. Ambition often puts men upon doing the meanest o faces: so climbing la performed In the same posture ,a creeping. Dean Swift, , Exquisite Anguish. A man can hardly suffer any ... V... .. .t, MBVVtlHlM .hM.t.l. .1 ork away1 from a funny story k waK scheming to slip in as apropos or. something that was said. 1 v. .,.' J' ft-- - " Kk A'."- - Fur. -- 1 '"' ' ' ' THE'WIHCH'ectM MEW! ' .--" '. , ' ' " , M p. ' Wsm 1 Hn.. Xlie Champion Roller, Skating Bear of the VVorloU APPEAR AT THE " - I I I I iVDITO&XVM I Thursday, I i - SEATING 19th and ftZNB, 20th. " Friday and Saturday, January 18th, I "' ft I I; Youngest Roller Skater in the world. Sd me of Baby Jack's program: Skates absolutely alone; bauls boy or girl around rink in cart; Waltz, Smokes, Dress with :pun Dress Sjit and Cane, Wrestles, Catch as Catch Can with man or boy, arid many other wonderful stunts. This Cinnamon Bear does on rollers what many people can not do Don't miss this if. you lose your job to come One performance each night. Special matinee for the ladies and children Saturday after- noon No raise in prices If not a real live Bear, your, money refunded. I" f J S. fl M j ' ft I ft mam UinmUIMLH M0 9TPAIRHTFN Yflll I UU I1IIT UUI dicd Tl,e l,:,y o itthcmilosh- - she wiu bo buricd Fridny itt the ctlorca cemetery. HFAT1 , OF HISTORY A HEROIC Lexington and WESTBOUNT ; eastern Daily pnlly u.ZS' DENTIST. McEliownsv c RAILWAY CbMPANY SPANISH MAIDEN. By A. W. MACY. classified advertisements a 2c a 'C WWd fW WOi FrSS When in want of flowers, insist "P1 llaviS home rown flowers, thereby keeping your money in your ,,ome cllde' POOLE & I PURLLAM. ,lIti PIoar BulIdM llnli. (fUartsafc to- - ft ; Headache, Biliousness, Upset A WINCHESTER. KY. Lv. Quicksand, for Utm CCniUtl, Stemach, Lazy Uver or Constipa- - T PI AIM lU ULnllll Bewels By Morring Are you keeping vou boners, aver . . ., woman he,ped t0 sive-- Na- poleon his first check and to FOIICH RF SMITH inXnr Tff Agu,ta, , Kv. Ky." .. . a.m. P.m. 1:25 5:05 5 :10 5:35 1:50 1:57 Insure ill STRQTHER'S MrtlOM. y'c- mari SMilOH ,ir manth. and she Is known .n. history, as the Maid of Saragos- - Jackson, 0. & K. Junction Athol, Ky .... .. 222 III 11 I nr. ..n.r KrllflKIr 10c ?mf taltan, i'wori par It a war j p. crni, fTr' om c ,nn . ( f'M I t. , TTTt ; ; yissagenay UiroMgU these nlimcii- tary or drainage organs every few Ws-wit- h Who Willed Kis Own Head lo Slu- - dents. 7.-l- K - H I I ft' f Salts, Cathartic pills, Cas- epreW; Oil or rurgative Waters. Mid.lle.boro, Ky.. Jan. seatatives of Dr. Blair, oC Apache, Stop having a. bowel wash-dathe Let 'Cascarets thoroughly, cleans anil Okla nro traveling through n.ountains of Easlc,n Kentucky to Wgu.ate..the.to1nach,Ten1ovetheun- wheie they will claim the digested,' sour and fermenting food Wl.ite.-bur- g, bead of Smith Foueh. pfom&cd 23 atid.foul gases, take the excess bile ifom the liver and carry out of the -- ars a,i as payment for Dr. Blah's in saving Fouch's life. J "system all the decomposed waste Fouch was sl.ot in the eye Dr. Utter and poisons in the intestines BUur performed a hazardous opera- - j arid bowels.j ' A Cascaret tonight tioii. --and discovered, he say.. wiii make you Fouch was ble to perform normal feel great by mornin" They work gripe, sicken function w.th :a.bul!eliuthe lobe of iviile you sleep-ne- ver y, O-.- again the following winter. The city had no fortifications but women, and SaTo""' 'J3.'children,' rushed SL woman of quality, only a lemon- ade seMer in the streets; but couraged Jra- 'i others &2- -S Clay City, Ky. .. . 7:19 L. ft E. Junction .. 7:51 Winchester, Ky. .. 8 :05 Ar. Lengton, Ky. .. 8:o0 EASTBOUND ! 4:0f 4 .3? PW'SS5Lrt W I'lS C II Mil 3 F'llM TL'EXS? TRiP.Y 1 " 4:5j 5& Dailj m .7:2( to l?tp.2!No.4 - -y. to acts of Lexington, Ky nchester, Ky. .& dimcaoii f .;. .. .. . , P- - m-- .1:35 ' WM : I". - or cause any inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a box from your drng- gist. iKllions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never have Headache, Biliousness, coated tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Constipated Bowels. Cascarcts belong in every household. Children just-e to taice them. B K K K K; ,Ar..Unwelcome Perlcd. drear1 to L,617 i people who are ite callint b!m uncle. i him will be- - ' brain Alter touch's apparent recovery j be aid he couldn't pay the doctor., but. offered to will the physician hi. head. Ihe doctor accepted, and j when Fouch died a couple of days bo ieft a note asking that Dr. Wair be reminded of the be.p.ct. A medical .Indent is on bis way ,o IWhV Whitcburg home. Fouch's it - icpftrted, ay they will decapitation of the corpse. "ennit Fouch lived 2.) years with a bullet ?2 in bis brain. I kiiL-mc- - snatchcd the fse from his hand and herself fired the cannon. For her braVe actions she was made an officer in the Spanish army, and presented with many cS'juS Torrent, 2:17 -- .Jo sat 8:0. linQPn UniiCD avtl MULlOB 5 i JO JJ fVll Mfflca Fraternity Bide., p!.cn8 185 yjllC Wgg A ll Ir ' Y' " - ..r if. , , , , FOR. SALE 500; shocks, LK 'i'l JlllUIVIlI FOB RENT do.ton nomehone 813A. . J .""TT.-- . ' ' J. m. oltVtUoUrt '7? hfM ' .of.. good. I I 1 M , H Witiphestefj Ky. t&AWh AttornejT-at-La- Ws. Main St. 5 room cottage, gas fixtures. College 347 Ky Beattyville Juct Athol, Ky .. dcjnjton hadyperi8hed'from war and pes. tilence. Her heroic defense stag- gered Napoleon for a time, fo; 11 revealed the Intrepid spirit of a people when fighting for their homes. Agustina lived to e very old' dyin9 I" 1857. u. Lkst Kv Quicksand, -- Timnfinn S 0:27 4:04 0:44 WBOUGSIkIV NlQElt ,1211 . 1 I til. 4:25 10:04 . . ' i 452 10:30 f V;f't" ? .J v ' s 5 "10 10-"- .7 "'ji'v i;'-Hl?if!!C ' 1 PENDLETON, BUSH AttOmeys-at-La0 W 4 BUS- H' ?VmC;-l 0(Qm " Kv. "Ill-- o will make ''i I L . , gaJVu.rcsV V'srtl2-H- Broad- - n vinr McEldowney Ky. Ti,rJ:i '"' ' I I H ' T'H C I II C Jl V- '' 1 ' ' room :''cottage, ' 'f " fixtures, Broad- ')' "'V0 gas room cottage, gas fixtures, faylur avenue $12.50 room cottage gas fixture, Haggaid U (j0(.0 Winchester, CONNECilUN: LEXINGTON Train No. 1 connection & n. i.- BBBBBBBBBMaBBBaBBBaBiiBBBBBBaaaMB i I I R 1 1- C T "RllTr ALiy IZ!IL m 7 17 W JLLJ afl d, C . CAHPT0N JUHtSTION Trains So, tCopi right. 19U bvJoseDl,B Bowles.) j 2, 3 and 4 will make connection S with Mountain Central Rallway to Few Useful Hint. and from Campton. Stains maCe by medicines, and espe-- BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION-rTra- in' PRICES $1.50, $1.00, OC cially llnimei.t marks,, ar- - among the N x 2 and 3 wiu makd, connection . r .trcot..... ' most obstinate of removal and fre- flnfi COp trect. OiT.cc, ground floor, rairtnx '"I" th tLe. L' & A RalIw"ay for Beatty- qucntly tax amcteur knoxvleflge to the $10.00 may, however. utmost. Iodine marks . Trams Nos. 2. GALLERY o successfully removed by means of 0. & K. JUNCTION 25C Several Hats, all im.dern couveni- . I1(l"id ammonia, a little of the spirit 3 and 4 will make .connection with enees; well locateU; eitiier tiit 01 being poured into the saucer and the Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Canne! stained garment laid Seats On sale at Strode's Drug Store Second floor; price right. it and City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. the spot dab ed repeat-dl- y with the Office in McEldowney Building CHARLES SCDTT, . 3 will make connection with the L. & N. al Lexington for Cincinnati, Ohio y. for Louisville, Ky. No. at Lexington with the L. (( Ml Vl 1 A 1T1 ( -j 99 1 1 I mMaMM rntftw Ouikta . II J W ' streot $12.o0l TUnUmi aTO I'lx-Wi- t ajj 7 100111 cottage, gas fixtures. Haggard street $15.00 room roidencc, bath, gas, etc.. .' .Main street 30.00 rsln tVmr..,ro..m- ClaA tT " , COUHtV 1 jb 1 HI M NSUOIltll ISA kiI, ' .fM.fc M ( I H ...Ji:"ts j . fcmtii flf j iUn BgrClMlI, fimVl JftlJcIt!. t ;-- asl washed with strong soaps..as in the ag-iri- n- manner LtUISVILLE & NASHVILLE SguthMund. !oc villi TVTnnVO'Q AlV 10,TTf' XXil'LlgUb If' K- ' ; KTi K. Heater and warm your whole house. We also carry a com- plete line of Coal Heaters. Would be glad to show you J : 7" JSJEi.- -' lncu- - to blame for the forehead. muscle whose tbC ,eyebrows: AnueSoauiry " No. is 10:25 a.m. S3 Cincinnati-lackno- u No. permanent lines across Then there is another limited, 10:52 a. m. office is to draw down Nfc 9 Maysville-StaJifor- d does ,tB. ecf, Tith Cincinnati conmectioo at ,fW MilJS wMim p-o- ses &Kjf .vofi-tm- aj. L0ST- -A ,,0TO small gold pin attached to Keturn (mibmhuw ' W,000.00 MHUHBHHBBnm ' j . ', . , - I I l" - RoU,ilIS Slt iK 37 wli B"arf- l 1 local capital limits - . noo.oro FOR SALE 300 shocks cf fodder Wiil ford in pn.tnrc, straw stacks. Barbce Belts. -tf s I I V aBHiHBHHIMHB ELOlHlC. Farms for sale Honses flnd Lots for gaje Qr A Specialty Sales. Of presslon is not in keeping with a hap-is 0De of the ,east " No. 31 11:22 p" Cincinnati-Atlan- U FOR RENT Cottage of five rooms, m' BunnBoand 1 street; hgbts and Bn5h A..hairibvr For Purpose tle -of such fine good 1Iomc phone r- r , dcai It LRU cctatc 1 S Y J. N. 3"u'tf and de"?;e me,f "r eme,nt t00lt mak!f No 10stanford-MayBTill- e Jonnectine i Paris for local Cmcinna'.: , U Winchester Bank ' FR The Big Run Coal, the best on the market; yards on West SALE H . :T OUr linA lllie. ' ft K Ut ' Our prices are right. FRANKLIN xt . No. that has to be taken into consideration and f arnvw 2:48; departs in the manufacture ot a thousand No. ne things in the machine maker's art' Close calculation of this rt must be limited 5 :37 p.m. done on the doors of bank vaults, for jj firo daily excopt Nog , 23 p. 9 m WINCHESTER. KY. 1 Bro.ay. FOR RENT struction Company. Two-story c' county U-28-- tfl con-- 1 . Stt The C -- ant CHESAPEAKE & iH!t. ..8:45a. m N. H. WITHERSOON, president. . ;P W. R. SPHAR. CaihieT bouse on Haggard street witb gas and stable I MIHtLO S MlUlf AnaitOniim DlOg. 'n Lot IBHli ? w.p.amil F0R ' S -tt 1 "ealone HARDWARE COMPANY 1 K. I" it FKANKLIN, rTOp. (SUCCeSSOrS tO K, iMHMMHaailllHMMBMami J. K. Allen) and silence; for it is in the of what shalUw people calllonellness WestbOBI tliat there Is found the fountain of re- - No 27 Dailv Ex Sunt I and a new birth of Joy In' o2 Ufe- In. 25, Daily Et Rwk .. No. 23, KsjS5?S3--""a-- " Rest in Solitude. t requisite In resting Is to EastheWtC Every human being is more No 26, Daily; Ex. Sun. .v. ' f 1 tlOUSC p. in o T Doil. j5 t5S p. m t m SOLICITS YOWt ACCOUNTS. - ' corn Sroundi clover sod. A and 10 acres in grass. IandUDbTtiIIIIM LUWP, ummM KLLTHKeQuCH gaKA H H 1 I I B J. II MlaUgt LbUGTWOWKS IEWWSCOVbS fWCSBSS'SBKrff AMALLTMQWAM0 bMPBbm HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms th gas and water. Apply to A Sympson, corner Maple and V I H ;H Hiebna gtrcets- - 12-2- 9. tf G(AAMTED SATTSFACTO.ir yQVVCP. J