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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 18, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912011801_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 18, 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 VOLUME 7; No. 76. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1912. '. WEATHER Fair and Rising Temperature 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK because 1 believe that my party ofthemselves into the life of a poor KENTUCKY'S REMARKABLE GOVERNOR FOSS fers the greatest good to mankind. MESSAGE young sculptress, who is prevailed WINCHESTER LADIES Abut to Enter into Reward upon to sell herself, into the "ComWEATHER "It has suffered defeat for fifteen Law"' marriage to save her mon IS GUARDED ycais, but nevertheess it has laborto save ONGRESS NARROW ESCAP E IN WRECK brother freni prison, and alsodisgrace ed incessantly for the inalienable family name from her Thermometer Takes Jumps With rights of man. Now it is about theme which makes the forms a .Amazing Agility, while Snows in come into its reward. The DemoCommon Law one of the most virile On "Economy And Efficiency in the Bemuse of information That He cratic party has attended the funeral play in the history of May Are Probable. Irs. S. P. Kerr and Mrs. D.T. Matlack Report Their Safety, But Lives and realisticsThe Was To Be Made The "Object Of nf every party that has been born in the drama. common law is oriGovernment Sen ice" Points Out this republic and it stands ready toginal in ils construction, plot and The pre-esnowfall averaged 8 of Three Servants Were Snuffed Out. A Black-Han- d Attack. Method tc Reduce Expenses. day to act a- - pallbearer for the Re- - inches. The thermometer Thursday conception. V j publican party next fall." In selecting Irene Daniel for the Boston, Mass., Jan. IS. morning legisteied 12 degrees above Washington, Jan.- - 17. How the reday morning at 10:30 in response to nnrt nf JTnnn ilnma Mm nrxiv I The following telcginm was . In another part of his speech. Mr. zero., and ccusideriug the recency an unknown source that of people of the United States nay ceived by Mr. D. T. Matlack Thurs- the telegram. the Republicans on the time sculptress. Mr. Brewster could not when 14 or more below was Governor Fo.--s was to be made the James criticized have saved for them millions of dolCharlie Morgan and his wife have found a woman day morning fnnn Mrs. Matlack, their attitude towards the propo-e- d better suited object of a blackhand attack, preregistered, one is appalled at the re Amanda, and Florence Johnson, sis- for this type of character, and she lars annually in the oneration of election of United State- - Senators who, with her mother, Mrs. S. 1. sumably because of his activity in markable weather Kentucky affords. j by direct vote. He said: Kerr, anil thiee servant- - bad start- ter of the latter, are those who were sccnis to uc such naturalness in her their governmental machinery was. the Lawrence strike situation caused Someone ha said, and truly: "It remainkilled. They were faithful servants lines that the character becomes the outlined by President Taft AVednes-da- y ed for .Florida to spend the "They were, afraid for some reaunusual precaution to he taken to a pessimist indeed who cannot in a message to Congress on and amongthe most respected r der of the winter: very essence of simplcity. guard the Governor Wednesday son or other to lend their support to find some kind of weather in Ken "Jonoboro, Ga., Jan. 18. '12. ed people of Winchester. News of Miss Daniel is one of the. most "economy and efficiency in the gov night. His home in Jamaica Plaiii this just and important idea. They tucky to suit him." their tragic end is heard with great beautiful actresses seen here, and ernment service." "David T. Matlack. was surrounded by armed guards did not see fit to recognise the people One day. a citizen may go about regret. "Winchester. Ky., What the Government does with half ;? dozen Italian -- plain clothes who gave them their offices and conwon her way into the heaits of the omfortable without an overcoat: of Charlie iiidienee. Roger Do Coverly, in the nearly $l,000,000,00tl,000 each year" Jack Morgan, step-so- n "Railroad accident at Jone.-bor- o. men scoured the neighborhood for ferred upon them high hinors. I am and the next he may have to be Ga., twenty miles south of Atlanta. Morgan, was kied a short time ago part of Cyril Blake, the aid the President, ,i. is as much con- - bomb throwers. not afraid to face the people who bundled up, head and ears to with Mania and I absolutely safe and by Ethel Boone. The family is now elect me. They are my friend." type actors corn to the average cirizen as is the is one of the It was reported that hl.ickliaud stand the bitter cold. Amanda, entirely wiped out. comfortably situated. which is rarely seen off of Broadway, manner of obtaining this amount of ngents were coming from New York Charlie .and Florence killed. Come It is with a spirit of thanksgiving ind ever word he utters in his quite money for the publ use." Snows in May. and the Boston police asked tli au COL WATTERSON to Atlanta first train. Am sending that the paople of Winchester will auve manner, carries with it con Probably the nio-On .May 21. 18S3: May 19 and 20. radical propo- thorities there to watch outgoing .I bodies there. Telegraph me when learn of the providential escape of viction and his presence is firm and ai auvanccu oy tjic i'resHient in 1S!4; May 2, 1S97; May 0, 1898 boats and trains and hold up r,ny IS DISAPPOINTED there was snow in this section. That you ere leaving, and mamma and I Mrs. Kerr ans Mrs. Matlack, whose authoratative. Wednesday's message was that all suspicious characters headed for will meet you at Piedmont Hotel, Atlives were imperiled. Indeed, every part was well taken, administrative) officers of the Gov- of May 19-21894, was about six Boston. A later telegram states that no uid the performance, all in all. was eminent Belle." lanta. inches deep. The trees were in full in the departments at exGovernor Foss persona!! Says He Has Found in Woadrow foliage and the heavy snow did con white persons were hurt in the one which will not soon be forgotten. Washington "9:11 a. m. and in the field be put pressed no alarm and would no: even Mr. Matlack left this citv Thurs wrcoJc, but gives no further details. D n ring the action of the play, the under the civil service, be removed Wilson "Rather a Schoolmaster siderable damage. admit that 'threats had been made tense feeling which comes over the from the influence of politics, and On the night of .May 21, there was against him. Than a Siatesman." morning- at 0:110 o'clock. audience places each individual in a that their terms of ollice be not limj Wednesday freeze that destioyed vegetation. AUCTIONEER WATTS Mrs. Ma ii piu was the daughter of position where they are forced to ited, as at present, to four years Corn that was 4 to 10 inches high Louisville, Ky.. Jan. IS. That he Judge O. K. Xoland, cf Irvine, and isk themselves. "What would I do Such officers should not he appointwas cut to the ground. It came SALE had hoped to find in Woodrow Wilage. wa 24 years of were I in a similar again without replanting, and there by the President, with the necesed son another Tilden, but had found Few plays have been produced sity of Senate confirmation, he said, Besides her husband she is sur-ive- d i IS TO TAKE STAND "rather a schoolmaster than states- ;vn a good crop. Live Stock, Household Goods And inby thiee children, tho youngest that carry with them Ihc heart On Saturday night, May 19, 190.1. but upon merit. man," was the declaration of Henry i i ' Farming Implements Are Sold at ineing oniv nine uays oui. ml. I u... terest as does the "Common Law,'' II uo abont 9 o'clock, it began to snow and Effect cf Merit System Watterson. the veteran Kentucky edGed Prices. New Interest Added to Trial of Chiwas taken to Irvine Thursday morn- and by seeing it, everyone present "The extension of the merit sysitor and Southern Democrat, in a continued on Sunday morning for ' ing for burial. She was a member was convinced that were more play.-tem to tho-- e officers and a ncedct1 cago Packers. Witness Will Go statement Wednesday night, to the some, dime, measuring on la level The sale Wednesday of K. L. Wil of ttie Baptist church and one of the like the "Common Law" produced, readjustment of salaries," said Jie Press in connection with plank several feet above the ground, sou on the MeClurc pike is reported j most tony would'have a tendency to uplift on Stand Probably Thursday. beloved women of Jackson. t.nc foot deep. This was the deepsethe break between Governor Wil-o- n by Auctioneer II. R. Watts, as folIhc humanity and make a better "will have important effects in est snow seen in this part of the curing greater economy and Chicago, aJn. IS. Xcw interest and Colonel George Harvey. lows: world. "Rcgictting that I must appeal state for many years. efficiency. The view that these va- was added to the trial of the Chicago harness mare $170. JETT MR. Frost August 30, 1863. rious offices are to be filled as a re- packers when Walter A. Wall, form either as a witness or a party to the draft mure) $ldj. arisen sult of political has erly an employe August 30.. 1803, during the CixiT" Com Uiusunderatanding whieh-Jia- s TOBACGO-SALAged draft mare, $12j. ES ' tor ii consequence the necessity pany, arrived here prepared to take between Colonel George Harvey and War. there was a heavy frost. There caiiling 511y, Wl that the President nndmcmbers of the stand against the defendants as Governor. Woodrow Wilscn," ' reads was but little tobacco grown in. CenPony mare, .$110. have to speak Brood Duroc sow, .$21. ON SATURDAY Congress devote to matters of pat- one of the Government's witnesses. the statement, "I shall in order to tral Kentucky then, but all the crop ronage time which thcyshould devote l was foimer branch house with some particularity, then growing was killed. Vegetable Wa r. r !to questions of policy and adminis manager lor Morns tx company uil be ju-- t' alike to the Kjblic and the and all other growing stuff suffered The Purchaser 4 Jersey cows at $7o, $ 00, .$48 and Mr. Chas. Tabor, ' tration." East St. Louis, 111., and St. .Joseph, principals. the same fate. $41, respectively. Takes Immediate Possession. Between 100,003 an. 125,000 Pounds Purpose of the Conference , The President did not attempt to Mo., i nd is said to have an intimate 24 Mouutain ewes at .$o.o0 per "The conference between us in my Mr. Jett Retires to Poultry Farm knowledge of the details of the Will Be Offered at Planters' Loose explain in detail the work of Econ The Shame of It head. apartment at the .Manhattan Lliil; omy and Efficiency Commission cre- packe s' businc-- s methods. It is a shame that ignorance and GO Chickens $3.7o to $4. er' dozen. - conceit should be stronger than wis Leaf Warehouse. ated bv act of Congress a year and Mr. Chas. Tabor, who recently It is expected that he will be out was held to consider certain practi- .torn. Marcus Aurcllus. Roosters, 50c to .$1.00. .. .i ii i ;x half ago.'' il measures relating to Governor -- old his fine He sketched the out on t.-Bluegrass farm on the j.nursuay ui stand enner tni and 125,000 Bees, .$4.00 to .$.) per hive. Between 100,00H candidacy. Colonel Harvey lines of improvements that he said Friday and questioned at length by Wi!-opike to Mr. J. B. iMartin, clos Paris Farming implements jnd hou-o- pounds of tobacco will be offered for could be made in Government ser- -' much W. S. Ken- - tood toward Governor Wil-o- n .1 Thursday afternoon for ed a deal Unite States Senator hold goous all brought excellent J sale at the Planters' Loose Leaf TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY special counsel for as I had stood five and thirty years vice; declare tnat tney wouiu eneci of the saloon business the purchase l. one of the Warehouse on Saturday. The grade-wi- ll prices. saving of many millions of dollars the Government in the packers' trial. ago towards Mr. Tilden. This ap in Xorth Winches i of Mr. Sam Jett, f be about the same as offered and asked that Congress continue y pealed to me. A. Timmins, chief account ter. He wil Hake immediate posTHE LYRIC. heretofore. "Colonel Harvey had brought tho the commission by granting an ap- ant for Morris & Company, was on paid was .$2,800 session. The price Governor and myself together in hi- propriation, of $200,000 with $30,000 the stand all day Wednesday. California Revolution of 1SIG. cash, and the transfer includes the Windiseh-MulhausXew Jersey home eighteen month-agfor printing its reports. From time (Kalem.) DIES IN TEXAS 'HOME interest of the F! R KILLED and as time passed, has interto time, lie added, reports of the The Stage Driver's Daughter. (Es- Brewing Company, of Cincinnati. -- anay.) ested me in his ambitions. I wacommission proposing particular re- READY TO ACT Mr. Jett will retire from the liquor Was Formerly a Well Known Live (Vita-graplloping 1 might find Go. Wilson an forms would be sent to Congress. Selecting His Heiress. business. He. will move to his poul BY EXPLOSION Stock Auctioneer in This City, In point of intellect other Tilden. "I ask," said the President, try farm on the Ijexington pike, and And Had Many Friends. of this Commission or and availability, I yet think Cdonel Matinee evervday. 2:30 and 3:30. devote his whole time and attention AS PALL-BEA- RER in hi Economy and Efficiency because of Harvev made no thoroughbred Xews has been received here from to the breeding of which ha? dioice of a candidate, but the cir- LOST License number 6817 and Cause of Disaster is Not Known, the excellent beginning poultry. Claude, Texas, announcing the death Finder bracket for automcbile. cumstance leading to the unfortubeen made toward the reorganization there of Col. R. E. Edmondson, forAnd Mine is Hoc Damaged to Any of the machinery of this Government National Democratic Party Offers nate parting of5 the ways between please return to East Tennssee of merly a well kuown autioneer of "THE COMMON LAW" in fice and receive reward. I ask it beon business principles. lis Services For "Funeral of The them leads me to doubt whether Extent. Winchester, .who has for the last may character and temperament it cause its work is entirely nonparti hay. At Republican Party." fifteen or twenty years, had made be merely in the habits of a life- FOR SALE Lot of clover Central City, Ky., Jan. 18. !Four san in character and ought to apply IS GREAT SUCCESS Wil-o- n the old Dnerson place on Paris Col. Edmonhis home in Texas. is not rather time Governor per.-oare known to have 'been kill- to every citizen who wishes to give Louisville. Ky., Jan. 18. "The a " pike. W. I!. Fox. son is survived by one son. Dr. M. schoolmaster than a satesman." .IToeiivcneia to p palsr g.cnre;:. ed and another is IisIIjicI '.a 'j; cr. Nafjonal Democratic party stand M. Edmonson, of Claude, Texas, and Miss Irene Daniel as "Jane .Adams" as a result of an explosion in a mine in which we feel a just pride. a FGR SALE From extra fine pureone daughter, Mrs. George Bradfield, the Central City Coal and Iron 'T sincerely hope that Congrest readv to officiate as pallbearers Wins The Hearts of Audience by of bred single comb White Leghorn the funeral of the Republican parly FOUND GUILTY OF .of Ault, Texas, lie was nl.--6 the Company about 5 o'clock Wednesday will not, in its anxiety to reduce ex Will pullets and one cockerel. the manner in which Her Beauty And Simplicity. penditures, economize by cutting off next fall," was father of the first wife of Mr. Harry afternoon. Rob-bicheap at once. Apply to Ollic M. James pre Senator-ele(Mihvnrd, of Lexington. The bony Four bodies have been removed. in appropriation which is likely to at this cilice. dicted Wednesday the fall of the Re "The Common Law," which played The explosion occurred just after offer greater onnortunity for real was taken to I.sxington for burial. publican Rule in a masterful speech The economy in the future than any oth Col. Edmouso i formerly lived there at the Winchester Opera House on the day men had come out. a gold delivered here Wednesday night in Jury Recommends Clemency in Case LOST Wednesday afternoon Wednesday night was one of the cau-- e is unknown. The mine was or estimated for." and had a wi'e reputation as a live held pin attached to blue belt. Tii2 To date, the Pcrsidcnt said, the the auditorium of the Jjelbach. ever presented not badly damaged. finest productions of James Wills, Charged With stock auctior- .er. Pin had an Araethist setting. occasion fas a reception to Senator-ecl- ct commission has cost the people about here. A fair sized audience was Hundred Barely Escape Two Messrs. J.is. and Clay Boone, of Finder plea.-- e retnrn to Robbbins Murder cf "Dock" King. James under the auspices of .Without having put Two hundred men usually are at $1:50.000,000. this city aie nephews and Capt. S. present for the performance, which at News office and receive reward. Kentucky Colonels Club, memshould have been greeted by a pack- work in the mine, but the explosion in effect more than a few reforms it the M. Boone is a first cousiu of the deKy.. Jan. IS. Recom Lexington. changes that will bers of which applauded the princied house. came soon after the day shift had has suggested ceased. pal speaker when he pledged hinielf mending clemency the jury in the The "Common Law" is out of the come out and before the night men save 2,000,000 a year. These, said vs. the dispo-itio- n of some strawberries champion the cause of the c:isn of the Commonwealth Tho five victims the President, "represent only a few anew to ordinary, for it is built upon a theme had gone down. with the inur in which both Wills and King were James Wills charged city, state and natiop. BELOVED WOMAN which, although as old as three hun- were 'doing extra work. Assistant of the many services which should be King, which has been interested and which had bcon sent "There is not a iprinciple of Amer- der of "Dock" dred years before Christ, has never State Mine Inspector II. D. Jones is subjected to a like painstaking nion trial for two days in the F.iy- - to market in Lexington by a man DIES AT JACKSON before been used as a foundation for on the ground. miirv. If this is done,' it is beyond ican citizenship that has not found 1 Democratic platform elte Circuit Court, brought in .a ver named Bailey. King and his Three of the men whose bodies question that many millions of sav its way into the a play. It is a love story, of course, diet shortly after 10 o'clock Wednes Philip Burke, also came to Lexings mav be realized." The value of in the past," said Mr. James in his Mrs. A. R. Maupin, Wife of Promi- but not the kind one usually sees in were recovered were Ira Allen, Wil guil"Thi-grc- at day night finding the defendant ington on the afternoon of the same inopening tribute to Democracy. nent Jeweler Passes Away. Sur- a play, for in this case is the love of liam Doss and Eriic Landquist. The such investigation in increased day and it was upon their return always upheld the ty of voluntary manslaughter. party has a sister for a brother, and the auth- Central Ccal and Iron Company's terest which officers of the Govern vived by Three Children. The crime for which the defendant home that they were accosted by great counglory of our or shows how great is the love of working is one of the properties re- ment will take in their own depart honor and committed on the Wills and asked regarding the bcr- with sixteen ments, their own work and that of try. I have been called a partisan was convicted was Jackson, Ky., aJu. 18. Mrs. R. a woman for one near and dear to cently consolidated ! to this party, but in evening of June 9, 1911, and was the ries in question, when the lie was others in 'Kentucky by Dupont in- - their subordinates, he said, could because I belong Maupin. wife of Mrs. A. R Maupin, her.. follow t reply to that I will say I am partisan direct result of a dispute concerning passed andtthe tragedy hardly be estimated. The circumstances which force rterests. a prominent jeweler of this city, died HAVE TAR'S (MOWS TOC l nt Inima-tion-fro- ni -- e, -- it t, 1 ... 0. mtjison ?" 1 -- ed SAM SELtSSALOON -- 1 e ns I n.-.rr- C0LR.E. er h) mi-ta- ke ns ns ct - -- son-in-ku- v, - ' AT Page Twb. THE WMCHEST EffllEWS. his duties COMMISSIONER'S SALE Clark Circuit, Kentucky. LILLIE K. HENRY, Administiatrix, Plaintiff. vs. HERBERT HENRY, et al., Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Clark Circuit Court, rendered at tho December term thereof, 1911, in the above cause, for the sum of Fourteen Hundred and Thirty-One with inDollars, terest thereon from May 22nd, 1910. "ntil paid and its costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale af the Court House door in Winchester, Ky., to the highest bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION on Saturday, January 20th, 1912, at or about 2 o'clock, p. undivided interest m., the one-haof Luther K. Henry, deceased, in and to the following described or parcel t: of land, Being a certain tract or parcel of 'laud cu South Main street near the Southern limits of Winchester, beginning at a point in the middle road, comer to of. the Two-Miproperty formerly owned by Sid running thenco with his line through the middle of the lines fence South 08 minutes and 50 seconds E poles to a stone corner to 32 the property formerly owned by Sid Elkin and John B. Noland; thence N polesto a stone 20 1-- 2 E 9 34-1division corner; thence N 05 minutes poles to a 50 seconds W 35 92-1ponzt in the middle of the Two-Mi- le road another division corner; thence along the middle of said road S 2 poles to minutes 51 seconds W 9 5-($1,-131.00lf le El-ki- n; 8-00 half-intere- I v at Frankfort from making the contest for the Democratic npnz- ination for Congress. It makes it' Office. 109-- 1 South Main Street, certain that hundreds cf Democratic who live in the "country, and would Winchester, Kentucky. paiticspate in a Democratic ' Dally, Except Sunday. held in summer when the roads are goud and .it is easy to reach the polls, fecond-clas- s matter. i "Entered as cannot participate in the primary November 28, IOCS, at the postoffiee 11 Vy in Winchester, Kentucky, let pf March 3, 1S70." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mail. Daily, one year Six Months One Month under the RATES: $3.00 1.50 25 Payable in Advance. AIVERTISIKC HATES: .25 .50 l.CO MsptayFM-- to 0m Um, any editio. . . ... IkrM times, within on vtck.. Om week, continuously Om calendar moM continuoutiy Fomr weeks, 4 tines a wetk. . . . Fort weeks, three tunc ex wsek. temi weeks, two txaes a week Ruting Moticss Par Line: public outcry on Courtday, Monday, January 22, it 11 o'clock, a. m., in front- - of the Court House; about 00 acres p cultivating land and 25 acres of grass land. It has on it a good dwelling demand in the and all other necessary outbuildings. called at Mr. CanrliH's v All of this land is river bottom land. middle of winter. "The Hon. Eli Brown, the .Chair- s situated 1 mile east of Jackson man of the Boai a f Prison Commis- (Ferry in Madison comity. Parties desiring any further inforsioners, and the Hon. J. Campbell mation call on or address: Cai.trill. for whose benefit the .secict H. CLAY IIODGKIN, call was issued and the snap convencare Winchester Bank, tion called, were for years joint mem'Winchester, Ky. at Frank-calle- d bers of Hz; Third Ilr-z-at Mr. Cantrill's demand iiuthe CURS'!! FURS!! FURS! lobbyists' of the liquor interests. Will pay you the Hlgnest Cash "Dr. Roberts, o ''Fayette county, Prices for your Furs., was another one of the five who com. J. W. HISEIi posed the xnapority of the CongresBridge Junk Shop, sional Committee that violated every No. 23 North" Maple st. precedent of the Ashland district and East Tennessee Phone 215, Home every Democratic doctrine for the Phone 596. purpose of enabling Mr. Cantrill to I will rent at half a century President McGar-ve- y had been one of the'directing spirits in the educational work of the college and for the last fifteen years had been its president, having in all Shirt Sale ! According- to our regular custom, - 1S90 succeeded Dr. Robert Graham. President Graham had fitlfilled this position for about twenty years, he having taken up the work upon the death of President Milligan. we announce our semi-annu- al SALE It was no easy task that the (sf the Trus- of e 9 3.00 secure another nomination for 2.40 1.80 1.20 JUftGE BENTON'S .75 e Con- - RED CROSS DAIRY FARM 4 INSTRUCTIONS. Dr. M. S. Browne Has Fifty Head of Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fine Machinery Installed. Since the opening of 1012 Dr. M. S. Browne has bought about fifty head of cattle; Jerseys, Holstcins and grade, and has been receiving, by rail, from the great dairy regions of the Middlewcst, machinery, mills, shredder, ensilage cutter, engines, separators and appliances necessary to the complete equipment of a moddairy plant; capable ern, of furnishing "certified milk" products, and is now about ready to have such a dairy put in operation at the old Karsiier homestead, near the city, and on the Colby pike, on his 250 acre farm, known as "The te tees faced to select a man as? head institution so long m:n At their bv President McGarvey. meeting, held in December, a first committee consisting of F. M. Rains and Robert M. Hopkins, of Cincinnati: J. II. MacNcill, of Winchester; W. J. Thomas, of Shelbyville, and J. T. Yj.nnc, of Lexington, was appointed to recommend u man for the place. Believing that the work of the college could be best advanced by unifying more completely its work with that of Transylvania University, this committee unanimously and President recommended heartily Crossfield and at the meeting of the ho was inTrustees on Wedue-du- y to take up the administrative vited work of this college in adition to the MANHATTAN SHIRTS. have excluded white goods but this time the sale will include all colored and white Shirts. Here-to-for- e we $1.50 Shirts, now 2.00 Shirts now 2.50 Shirts, now 3.00 Shirts, now 3.50 Shirts, now $.5 .50 2-2- j.88 5 5 2-7- ' i This sale is for cashonlv. Goods charged at regular prices. four weeks, one time a week. . .. 'residency of Transylvania University. Thus these two institutions on the same eijinpus become more closely and harmoniously united in the great work of Christian education. ' BMW i1 ' We ai-- indeed glad we had the Business notices, bod type...7c reading; cfwa headiiij;... Ph 15f pleasure of hearing Tkrae continuous insertions of samr delivered by Judge J. M. Benton. (Uei at double the e rat;. Special Judge of the Montgomery ClassSflad Ciicuit Comt, to the Grand Jury. Per Ksri: His references to corruption in Dae insertion, any edition It elections and the general improveIkree fcssertioris tocticuuu&ly .. ment shown everywhere, in this rethree additions! msmions. Vi-One calendar rco., coatinaorjify. .IU gard, dne to an awakened public Kothiag rountcd less than 10 ord?. conscience, were especially pertinent Ko hew cbarjred os feuol: for and liljQ this distinguished juie-- t we are optonzistic enough to believe the day is not far distant when the evils now so common will be unknown We were also impressed- with the special emphasis placed on the reJ. sponsibilities of lhe Grand Jurors, r::r.7 yo.--x a:j2 -- iizce an indictment in all criminal proceedings' of much consequence, is the initial step.. CSSGRESSSIAil C.IKTntLL Being acquainted with every member of the present Grand Jury we Seventh District Congressional-have zzo hesitancy in predicting that Cc-nzmlt lea srcazctl :u a b:g hurneither Judge Benton nor any citiry about that primary to zen will have just cause for eowr. Congressman J. Ganzpcc!! Cantiill. olah'it abrut the manner in which, for that is the object fr. v, nrmbers perform-- " lhtzr labors. Mt. of the committee hoped to attain in they calling a snap primary for allrch 10. Sterling Advocate. ont-iimr - McCORD & PHILLIPS "l j FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS always give JUST. ..OPENED I have just started first-class j-o- ! satisfaction work. because they always do the J. T. Place." None but young, vigorous and healthy, tuberculin-teste- d cattle, capable cf producing the highest grade of milk, will be permitted on thi-farm; which, for the future, is to be devoted to the production of higii-elamilk, for the supply of Winchester's milk drinkers. The owner has the ipromi.--e of the aid of Dr. Robr. 'Graham, he.vt of Veterinary Science and Serum production at State College, and was aided by Dr. K. S. Good, head of Animal Husbandry, especially in selecting registered Ilolsteins. Mr. Win. Abney. an active young business man of large experience, has leased tho above placo for. a .term of years, and will run it in conjunction with the owner. For the present, his brother, Mr. Chas. Abney, a practical sanitary dairyman, aided by his wife, will have the management, and invites all nrospec- J ss Shelnut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I have the beginning. used Foley Kidney Pills with great st And if said undivided satisfaction and found more relief does not bring the sum of money from their use tha nfrom any othei above mentioned then the whole of kidney medicine, and I've tried alsaid property will be offered for sale, most all kinds. I can cheerfully recthe above amount of money being a ommend Ihem to all sufferers for kidjudgment in favor or the Winchester ney and bladder trouble." Folev Bank, for which sum it is adjudged Kidney Pills will cure any case of a lien in said judgment on said prop- kidney or bladder tronble not beerty. No yond the reach of medicine. Immediately after making said medicine can do more. sale, I will pursuant to the sama For Sale by All Druggists. judgment and order of sale,ew)0e to PUBLIC SALE at the same placo, the iollowing described tract of land to-w- tip my Paint Shop, with a who knows his business thoroughPainter money.' ly, I will give 3ou the best value for vehicle now, good weather wait, bring in Don't , will soon be here. ' T. STROTHER 27 Lexington Avenue. SCOTT, React Xtie News it : IfwaS called, ot:r neighbor, the Lcs-irigt- V Herald, says, so as to shut out any opposition to the Cor.grest--inan- . at a tzzr.e when every hzoui'it of the legislature wbo kaopeas to live in the district and that includes Senator Claude M. Thomas, who gave Cantrill a "boss race" when he was nominated the last time and at a time when the counlry.people would jzot be likely to attend the primary EDITQRALETTES Hearst's Xcw York American Monday asks who would make a ter candidate for President cf bet- than Speaker1 Champ Clark. We withhold offering the Speaker our condolence until Hearst actually declares for him. , Thc Lexington Herald says that because of the bad road.--. It wan coal is selling there at $4.50 a ton called further, says the Herald, to in pite of the increased production prevent ils being held under the proIt will visions of the state primary law, of the mines of Kentucky. continue to bring high prices until which is certain to be enacted and which is likely to require the $3,000 our Railroad Commissioner takes entrance fee that is demanded by some action to make freight rales a little lower than the cost of coal. Mr. CanfriU's committee. -- Mr. Cauliill is tr"j)!tty smooth machinery, lie knows that with the influence of Governor Ileck-hain the pro.-ei- it Democratic ministration and legislature a primary law might prove a thorn in Ins side on a burr under his saddle, and so lie very wisely, in one way, and foolishly in another, takes time and bis opponents by the short hair and puts over a primary rail under the terms 'of which he thinks he can win. Cam knows that a properly woided ealoes a long way toward success in the Democratic party and lie decsn't want to lake any chances oa going back to Congzess. picc of m Discussing his action in ealling a snap primary to present any real paiticipation by the Democrats of the district jn the choice of a candidate, The Herald says: "No nzaa who had confidence in f.:? people, no man who believed hiszsdf to bo the e!zoiee of tizo majority cl the Democrats of Iks dltziet, no man who wanted oaly that in politics that could be won faiily with evciy other man having an equal opportunity, would bac permitted his friends in the Coazzzzittcc to fix the date demanded by Mr. Cantiill. That date pieelndes the possibility of any mem- - ' ber of the Legislature. : Uczzdzag to j ng ns wc ajj nU interested in securing a pure milk supply for Winchester, to visit and inspect the premises, cows, stables, water siiipply, feed, grazing lots, milk room, etc., which will be open to the public after (i a. m. Monday, January 15. Also, after tjiis hour all orders for cream, whole milk and butterHarmon and Wilson both believe milk ghen over Home photic S09-znow that it's better not to write letwill receive prompt attention as they ters at all instead of adding Blaine's shall bo ready to open up the 'new injunction: "Bum this letter." When s Dairy Farm'' for- - busia fellow is committed in black and ness by that day. white he gets into a situation that is hard to get away from. And the apTHE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE plication of the maxim is not con- is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. fined to politicians cither. To cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's noney and Tar Compound. Harry Schoberth disappointed bis It. E.. Fishcr,wWashington, Kas., enemies, if he has any, and pleased says: "I was troubled with a severe his real friends Tuesday when he attack of la grippe and nothing I stood by the resolution providing used did me any good and I was that bills to carry out the provisions threatened with pneumonia. A of the Democratic platform should friend, alvised me to use Foley's bo given precedence on the House Honey and Tar Compound and I got calondaz-- . some at once. I was relieved from the very first. By the time "I had Charles Duham, Lovington, 111., taken three bottles my la grippe was has succeeded in finding a positive gone. I believe Foley's Honey and cure for bed welting"My lhtle b.iy Tar Compound to be the best medizvet ihe bed every night clear thro' cine I ever used and always keep a na (he floor. I tried several kinds bottle with me." of kidney medicine and I wjrs in the For Sale by All Druggists. drug store looking for something dif ferent to help him when I heard of FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Foley's Kidney Pills. After he had Will pay you the Highest Cash taken them two days we could see a Prices for your Furs, change azid when he had "taken two- J. W. HISEL . thirds of a bottel be was cured. That Bridge Junk. Shop, is about six weeks ago and he has No. 23 North Mjlple st. not wet in bed since.' East Tennessee Phone 215; Horai For Sale by All Druggists. Phone 590. tiyQ c, , "Bed-Cros- Beginning lot No. 3 in Block 5 of the Lot and Building Association Addition to the City of Winchester, Kentucky, a plat of which is recorded in Deed Book 50, page 430 of the Clark County Court Records; said lot being situated on Brevilt stieet in said city, fronting on said street about 34 feet running back to an alley and adjoining lot of Laura Wright and on the North by Lot No. 2 of .said block. For the purpose of satisfying a lien of R. (P. & R. M. Scobee, for the sum of $200.00, with interest thereon' from December 10, 1900, and their cost herein. Both of the above described tracts of land will be sold upon a credit of six months. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. J. T. STOKELY. Commissioner Clark Circuit Master Court. COLLEGES ARE WE HAVE DETERMINED NOT TO CARRY OVER ANY WINTER GOODS SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR SATURDAY AND COURTDAY. $30.00, $27.50 Suits or Overcoats,. . 22.50, 25.00 Suits or Overcoats.. 18.50, 16.50 Suits or Overcoats $19.98 16.48 11.98 HALF-PRIC- E TWO v ONE LOT OF 12 SUITS AT MERGED Executive INTO ONE . Board of Curators Make R. H. Crossfield Head of Transylvania And Bible College. ASK TO SEE THEM. NOW IS THE TIME YOU NEED GUM BOOTS r . - Lexington. Ky., Jan. 18. At the conclusion of a meeting of the Board of Curators of Transylvania Univer sity Wednesday morning, announcement was made that Dr. R. II. Cross-fiel- d, present head of Transylvania University, had been chosen as president of the Bible College, uniting all departments of the university under one head and that the campaign for an increase of the endowment fund by $250,000 had been finished. Upon the death of President J. W. McGnrvcy on the Gib of October., the Executive Committee of the College of the Bible began the cousid- eration of his successors:Fornear- - AND OVERSHOES. WE HAVE THE BEST THAT ARE MDE. y Rupard-Stewa- rt t Co. THE WINCHESTER NEWS. Pate Three. Ef un mn mnmincrc? Hp a "BIG x a BENi" he's the most wide awake fellow we know. He'll make it easy for you to get up. Hate to o DOlNl'T YOU tIiprp Oct No sense in running from one doctor to another! Select the best one, therrstand by h. n. No sense in trying this thing, that thing, for your cough. Carefully, deliberately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick to it. Ask your doctor about Aves Cherry Pectoral for throat and lung troubles. TO HEAR ARGUMENTS Ask Yosr Doctor C. 'Jeweler BOWEN H. and Optician ..!- FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM IS. The POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE" IIoue and Senate Committee on Mr. Ja. McCalTcrv. Mgr. of the 'Penitentiaries and I lone.-- , of lefrm Frankfort, Ky.. Jan. - $ 0 C IETY -- V- 7' We have cut in half prices on oar wool suits. Skirts at cost are bargains. some lower: These ARTIS & CO. hear the pli Brown. Harvey arguments of McCutelieon and Kinley Fogg why Commission the 'present Prison hould nut be abolished and a bipartisan board appointed by the Governor substituted. will meet Monday night to -- Ml Mr. nnQ Mrs. W. C. Moore were Conchmau residence on Lexington in Winchester Monday attending the avenue. Mr. Edgar Singleton has accepted funeral oC Mrs. Ifenbeu Mansfield. a position with McCord and Phillips. Mt. Sterliiijr Advocate. Mr. Robert Quisenberry is iccov-erin- g Mr. Letter Tliarp, who was taken from a recent illness. on a col from this city recently to Mr. Robert Penn, of li'ichmond. liU home in Mt. Sterling, va& leport-e- d Thursday to he in a very critical veiling Mr. and Mrs. James Doug!as.--l of this city. condition. .Mr. Tliaqt. who was, until recently, manager of the local FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! AVetern Union ollicc. is sulTerini; Will pay you ihe Ilighest Cash from a attack of pneumonia. Prices for your Furs., Mr. Strauder Golf is able to hu J. W. IIISEL out, after a week's illness. Bridge Junk Shop, Messrs. I). L. Pendleton and J. M. No. 23 North Mapie st. Sfeveiisgn are in Cntupton, on Imm-ne-- s. NEast Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 590. '""'-MandJIrs. Jesse Lisle, of have returned home, after I" a vNIt to Mrs. James Tt. Lisle. Graves will return Fri Mis Julia IS A UNIQUE EXHIBIT day from a two monthV viit in Bosv ton, Miss Julia Seniles, irranddaughtei Big Missionary Exposition Will Reof Dr. and Mr.. Gcorjrc 0. Graves, produce Life of Foreign Nations. who has heen ill at St. Many Plans Are Formulated. in Lexington, has recovered c;TlTutnii f It- - in vnmiio.l in lint" I Cincinnati, Jan. 17. Thousands of home in Cliiloburfr. people who have never had an opporattorney-at-la"i .Mr. Lewis Hampton, tunity to travel abroad and who may was in Cincinnati AVednesday. never the countries of the Far ,ji,J3rr.jT..I?, Rodman, of Mt. Sterling. East.. will be able to. get a very acin this city. spnt Tue-da- y curate conception of native life and Mrs. Abe Merrit has returned to -- cenery when they visit "The World PierUioiue in Iowa, after a stay of in Cincinnati" exposition' which will two week-- - with friends and relatives be held in the Queen City from " " Mr. ' C: B. FnnieU was called to .i7ndTTToIpTn o! " " J.exingtonTon a)reomit of tlTe illness-o- f The s'eclion devote'd to each coun-ii- y his sifter. in the great exposition will Ik1 Mr. Edjar Berhiujr. of Cineinnali. enclosed by beautiful scenery' paintlias returned home, after being here ed in the best scenic studios of New on busincs. York. Wirhin the space .shut in by Rev. L. T. Wright, of Taylorsvillc, painted bill of Japan, or the jungles is .visiting in this city. hop- -, of India, will be found hou-Mr.5 It. R. Perry is impioving temples and shrines, a school, a hosMi-- s Rosa Baldwin and Mi-- s Cora pital, a tea house and other strucBaldwin have returned from a hip tures identified with the life ol' the to Cincinnati. people. Visitors will see China. Ko-icMrs. Ernest Bean is ill at her home Palestine and Africa, 'just a on Maple street. they arc today. ll-S-4Ama-rillaTe.- v.. 'rHo-jiite. a. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER All kinds of stenographic work at reasonable priees. Hiss Alice .Mo, at MolTett & Spencer's ternity Building. office in Fra- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. 1 Sehlitz Hotel. Omaha, Xeb.. recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, because it cures in every ease. "I have ued it myself and I have recommended it to many others wi.o have since ttold me of its great curattive power in dieases of the throat and lungs." Foley's Hon- ey and Tar Compound is a reliable family medicine. Give it to your children, and take it yourself when you feel a cold coming on. It checks and cures coughs, eolds and croup and prevent-- : bronchitis and pneumonia. Re fuse substitutes. For Sale by AH Druggists. ' Our new things for your spring sewing are in Embroideries, Laces, Nainsooks, Masalia, Ginghams, Percales, Linens, etc. ARTIS & CO. V The patronage of the public for the New Year, and give assurance of continued courteous and careful attention to orders. WE SOLICIT Home Phone 3T4 Tenn.-iO- a. W. HOLLAR ITTTTrrrrj TheNew Depositor In this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal arUa- tion and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve you thai we ma; prove the quality of ont banking service. We invite yon to call and see usm x ' Citizens National Bank Near Court Houv. Winchester, Ky. Corner Main and South Court Street. Km s thy of the House to Representative cut the country of which the Kmanuel Meyer, of Louisville, who are temporary inhabitants. So accurate are the copies of was injured in a railroad accident scenery and buildings and o true will near Lyndon Tuesday afternoon, and be the impersonations and costumes the hope of his speedy recovery.. or nnuve me, max mere win ue a foreign atmosphere, and visitors with stew-ird- of Torrent, has returned, after a few days' to it Mrs. Charles Stiothcr. Mi-- s Gladys Ashur.st, of Pari, i visiting her Mrs. C. B. Ecton. Mrs.-W. W. IFowe. vi-- on Boone avenue. Mr. Ed Kissinger and daughter. iMiss Polly, have taken rooms at the Stops Falling Hair and Danderine Destroys Dandruff Cent Bottle and Try This scalp, or mnnCy back j Large bottle iiO cents. "1 think PARISIAN SAGE - good las a hair grower. It is good to lid the hair of dandruff and .step the hair from falling out. It is a beau-tifie- r as well as a scalp cleaner. I DRESSIN G FAMILY intend to keep it in the house, I know even small imaginations, cannot fail it helped my head.'' Hannah Hark-nes- s, to almost believe themselves thousMarshalltown, Iowa. ands of milesaway from home, in Benefits The Hair of Men, Women Men and women, young and old. of Jnnds of strange landscapes, now Anil Children;. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Cincinnati and vicinity, called stew- architecture, and unfamiliar people ard, and drc ed in the costume of Will pay you the HigTiest Cash Get a bottle of delightful, refresheach land., will populate the scenes, ing PARISIAN' SAGE madam, and Prices for your Furs. COUNTY UNIT BILL explaining to the use and M. J. W. HISEL have everybody in the house use it meaning of everything and telling of Bridge Junk Shop, regularly. It's fine for children as CALENDAR (lie elforts which are being made to No. 23 North Maple st. well a grown tips and Phillips Drug extend Christian civilization lhidiiu:!i- East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Slore guarantees PARISIAN SAG V. Ant! to drive away dandruff, stop falling Phone 596. In House of Representatives, Will Pass Promptly. Trouble Anticipated in The Senate. hair or itching i- HI under order of theFederal Court for the Eastern Districf of Kentucky, I am retailing- the stock of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt. Now is your chance to buy your clothes at - GOESJ ' Makes the Hair Grow Long, Heavy and Luxuriant and We Can Quickly Prove It If You Wish to Double the Beauty of Your Hair at Once, Just Get a 25 Surely try a Dandcrm; Hair Cleanse if you wish to immediately double the beauty uf jour la:r with little trouble and at a cost not worth niintioi:in; just inoibten a cloth wit Ira little Dainlerir.e and draw it carefully through jour hair, laUnff or.e small strand at a time, tU'i will clean-the LJr of dust, Jirt or any excessive oil - In a few moments ' Your hair will be wavy, you will be amaied. fiulTy and abundant and iosic:s an inc.Mnpantlile softness, lustre the Leauty and shimmer of ttue liair health. Besides beautifying hair, one apiJication of Danderine dissolves even- - article t Dandrult: cleanses, purities and imigoraies the scS;, forever stopping itching and falling liair. 'Danderine is to the hair what fresh :lmucrs of rain and sunJiine are to vegetation. It ;;ocs rifrbt to roots, invigorates and ..trrajnliens tiicuj. It's exliiiarating, stimubting and properties cause the hair to grow a'.nmd.uitly lo'i," rtnmg and beautiful. It ct oi'.ce imjurts a brilliancy and velvety sofines tn tl.e hair, a:i a few weeks use will cause new lair to sprout all oicr the scalp. Use it every day fur a Eliirt time, aftcr which two"or three times a we. k v. lit be iutficicnt to complete wljitever ffrot!i jiu desiic. You can surely i:aic pretty, ift, lair, and lots of it, if you will jut jet a '5 it.t bnttlt of Knowlton's JJanderitic from at d.yr v or i..ilet , ouiucr and try it as directed. ' tj-.- e 1 The County Unit Hill, which carries out of the Democratic the provi-ien- s platform, went on the calendar AVednesday in the House of Representatives and will be put on its passage promptly, probably Thursday. There is no doubt about its passing the House, Aut there is a fear that it will not have such easy sailing in the Senate. President McDermott declared 01-lM. James diily elected United Stales Senator to succeed Thoina II. Paynter, in the joint session of the Legislature Wednesday. Senator II. M. Kroek offered a re olutiou inviting former President Roosevelt to address the Kentucky General Assembly, which President McDermitt declared out of order, holding that tV should be brought up in the House as a joint resolution and not before the joint ses-io- n, which met for a specific purpoe, the election of a Senator. House Sympathizes With Meyers Little was done in either the Senate or House AVednesday. The "Bill ie Frankfort, Ky., Jan. IS. COMING FOR ONE SOLID WEEK LESS THAN COST Sale is now going on. Bvery article in the store must be converted into cash at once. OPERA HOUSE The Big City Show THE FAMOUS HARVEY STOCK CO. In a repertoire and up-to-date The stock consists of Men's and s of new vhigh-cla- ss royalty-play- vaudeville. PLAY Boys' Suits, Overcoats, . Shoes, Hosier7, Gloves, Sweaters and ail kinds of furnishing goods. OPENING The latest success in military comedy dramas. "THE GIRL OF THE BARRACKS" LEWIS R HAMPTON. Receiver Day'' Thursday will bring forth other flood of bills in the IIoue. an- Ladies will be admitted free Monday night if accompanied by one paid ticket bought before 6:00 p. m.,- Monday evening. " ' SPECIAL - A. FOX, H. SYMPSON Misses E1KIII Manage r. wi (EID, Sales jv Rcprescnlntivc R. C. MeCluro. of 7 Lawrence, offered a resolution which ( was adopted, extending the sympa- - PRICES v 10c, 20c, 30c. DRUG SEATS ON SALE AT STRODE'S STORE.' ro . Salesman. late J- - i r t- - - ry. Paie Few. THE WINCHESTER NEWS if H imiiiiiiiK7 The Champion Roller Skat ing Bear of tire World, WILL APPEAR AT THE JACK 19th and KM AUDITOnrJM Thursday, SEATING MNE 20th. FOR SALE 75 Brown Leghorn? pullets; laying now. Apply to Mrs--. Sam Jett, 127 I.exington avenue. FOR SALE Good Jersey cows with young calves. P. Y. Drake, Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrcK nome phone 813--t l-3- Friday and Saturday, January 18th, Youngest Roller Skater in the world. So me of Baby Jack's program: Skates absolutely alone; hauls boy or girl around rink in cart; Waltz, Smokes, Dress with Full Dress Suit aid Cane, Wrestles, Catch as Catch Can with man or boy, and 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 afternoon No raise in prices If not a real live Bear, your money refunded. . MR. STANLEY victim of tho wreck at Long Run Ir. Mihvard hesTuesday evening, itated about accepting the invitation, HAS ESCAPE ami, after wavering awhile, decided He that he would ride in a coach. Lexington Man Gives Details of i gave tho engineer a cigar. Wreck, And Tells of His Providenand told him lie would accept his intial Escape From Death or Injury. vitation another time, MiLWARD WOW v "When seen AYedne.-da- y at the Ty- the middle coach," Mr. comodation, to ride to Louisville Mihvard said, "and had my feet pn his euffine. he would propped against the seat in front of jttod'ijedly nude, the fifth me so that when the crash came I hsya. Jan. IS. Hail Stanley Mihvard, formerly a member of the State Hoard of Control, am! of, the State jl Directors' Association, accepted the invitation of James L. engineer oiyihe L. & X. acpresent-presideFuii-e.jy, titJi-nVip- Louisville, Ky., ler Hotel, where he is in conference with several Louisville undertakers regarding plans for the next meeting of the 'State Funeral Director' Association, Mr. Mihvard 'told of the experiences he had in the wreck. "I wa.s in i FINAL CLEARANCE SALE! ' Silk Hose, value up did not suffer the shock that I might have done if conditions had been otherwise. As it was I vwas pitched over the scat in front of me, and my hack was given a severe wrench. As -- oon as I could make niy way out r.: of thr the coach. 1 ran to the Chesapeake & Ohio train, wtilch to splinters at one end. Beneath a mass of wreckage I saw two men. who turned out to he AY. W. Peck was on top of .Anderson, and a & Ohio on the train. Peak was on top of Andcr.-o- n, and a mass of dehris was on top of both. "Clevc A. Short, of Lexington, two unknown men and myself set to work and, after an hour of .strenuous toil, succeeded in liberating the imprisoned tfien. "A score or more of men stood by only n few feet away b'ut did not offer to help us. One man, who-- i: name I would like to know and who; hand I would like to shake, held Anderson's head up in a natural while we worked with the as. saw and Mr. Milward's hands were V.Ut:-c- d from swinging the .ax and 'Iclgi hammer, and hi cuffs, shirt sleeves, gloves and trousers were spalter.nl with blood. After lie got abroad an erurban train to come to Lonis-xill- e he felt a pain in the region of his ight eye, and on inveMigalio': fcund that a long splinter had lodged in llie llesh just above the right eye. A passenger helped him to extract ed Che.-apeako po-i-ti- on sledge-hammer." cattle. Adams paid for the stock he secured, but the other parties,lid not and skipped out and those who sold the stock are trying to In hi arns for the tnonev. A negro named August Uadiick. of this city, placed coal oil on a dig and set it on tire. The dog ran un- rdcr the large warehouse of Clay & Kirkpatriek, and only the fact that the llanies were quickly prevented a big lire. The negro was arrested and tried arid lined .20 and co-;t- s. Home omaBU) DR. M. L. MYERS, Pnont 794. fn CLASSIFIED ADVERTISLMENTS ' DENTIST, WINCHESTER, KY. Fifth Floor .McEldowney Buildlnf. Insure in STROTHER'S ic a word for a slngfe mscrtlea. 3c a word far tfiru csnsKutiva to sertlens. Vic. a wort fw aacb sdill.'iraa) It serilon. a word per month. Scattered Insertions, Is ?wr wcrt pe Insertion. tioihfog Inserted far less t&ai tei 10c OLD RELIABLE REAL ESTATE AGENCY rIHE INSURANCE AND cents, Tor less mmr.z clrsred ta took than 25 cents. v H Mrs. llattie Howell ha -- old her farm on the Grassy pike to her son, Rezin G. Howell, for .fl-lt- ) peine re and other considerations. The farm contains about 104 acies and is one of the best small farm- -, considering improvements in the county. Mrs. Howell will move to this city to reside and .Air. Howell will go to housekeeping on the farm. FREE IF IT FAILS Your Money Back if You Are Not Satisfied With The Medicine We Recommend. AVe ffice Fraternity Bide., Pdone 1S5 ' TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT ." When in "want of, flowers, insist upon hnvjnjji home grown flowers, thereby. .keeping your money in your home circles. POOLE & P.URLLANT, FLORJST', Winchester Ky". . -tf FCJ1 "MORS THN WET 1 room cottage, gas lixture?, Winn avenue $ll..r)0 0 room cottage, gas fixtures, Ccllege FOR SALE 300 shocks of good htrcct, $12.3(1 corn. A barrel to the- - shock. - J. room1 cottage, ig:js lixtili, College II. Croxtun, Home phbhe 813-- SLC 330 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Homc plmuo . 2?2. , r'"' -- -tf '- ." street 12.30 I I FOR QUICK SERVICE AND REASONABLE 3 room cottage, gas 'fi.tures,'lii cartway .f 12.30 J. M. STEVENSON 1 room cottage, gas fixtures, Brdad-,w- ti kl-M Attorney-at-La- w arc so positive that our icmedy Winchester, Ky. 3 room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor 60 S. Main St. avenue $12.30 3 room cottage gas fixtures, Haggard PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH street .iil2.30 Attomeys-at-La- w will premaneiitly relieve constipation, no matter how chronic it may he. that we offer to furnish the medicine at PIES- - 7 room cottage, gas fixtures, Haggard street S our expense should it fail to produce it to 50c. satisfactory results. It is worse than useless to at- when 3'our pipes freeze and flood your bath $13.00 room rc:idence, 1ath, gas, etc.. Main street $.10.00 Office or small .stoic room, Main 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. street Office, ground $153.00 J9C Shirt Waists, $1.25 value. Hertherbloom Skirts, values up to $1.75 Ladies' Underwear, $1.00 value 50c gJJc I. STERLING MAN 48c Silk Waists in all colors including Messaline, Taffeta, Chiffon and Lace, values up to- - $7.50 $298 Handkerchiefs, values up to 25c While Walking in His Yard He Falls, Striking Teeth Against Clothes Line. Physician Called: Ladies Skirts, including Serge, Panama and Cheviot, all colors, value up to $7,50 $298 Black Mt. Sterling. Ky.. Jan. 13. Mr. Forrest l.ockridge, a young 'firmer of this county is recovering from injuries brought about in a peculiai manner during the cold weather. While walking in his yard J.ockiidge slipped and fell, his mouth striking a clothes line, and his teeth ojtching on the wiie. In trying to get louc, Lockridge slid down the line until his mouth came in contact with two vires joined together inlli,eting severe "tits, necessitating the calling of a physician to die.-- s his wounds. Some months sinc,e the authorities of West Virginia sought to secure the extradition of John 'M. Adams, of iliis county on' the charge tabling property by false pretenses. of-i.- U tempt to cure constipation with caH thartic drugs. Laxatives or do much harm. They cause m a reaction, irritate, and weaken the bowels, and tend to make constipation more chronic, liesides, their ue becomes a habit that is dangerous. Constipation is caused. by a weakness of the nerves and muscles of the laigc infentine or descending colon. To expect permanent relief you must therefore t,one up and fs lengthen these oigans and restore them to room or. any other work in the plumbing, tin ning or gas fitting, also gas mantels, globes, stove pipe, elbows, etc. Call Home Phone 607. WILSON floor, Fairfax treet. $10.00 1 ur?M tndttm nr. r mrj enrol ' Ctrtku Gobi, li. o.cir Several flats, all modern conveniwell located: either first or second floor; price right. Office in SfcEldowney Building BOTH PHONES ences: Clark County National BANk ftccmiiits and ot LOST how. office. & TANNER A small gold pin attached to Return to KoMiins at this Reward. Msrcluott, StifcHtfj IS N. Main Street healthier activity. AVe want you to try Rexall Orderlies on our recommcudatii.n. They are exceedingly pleasant to take, being eaten like candy, and are ideal for children, delicate persons and old folks, as well as for the robust. They act directly on the nerves and Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eatmuscles of the bowels. They apparing and cooking apples ently have a neutral action on other and Fresh Oysters. Your associate organs or glands. They patronage solicited. do not purge, cause excessive looseness nor create any inconvenience whatever. They may be taken at l any time, day on will H. L GILBERT S CO. positively relieve chronic or habitual constipation, if not of surgical Home Phone 37 and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ailments, if taken with regularity for a reasonable length of time. 12 tablets. 10 NOTICE cents: 3G tablet?, 25 cents; 80 tabThe fine Jersey bull, Billy Goou'oe, lets, oO cents. Sold in Winchester only at our store The Rexall Store. will serve cows at $2.00, money due Phillips Drug Store, 50 South Main at time of service. B. A; OGDEM. Street': FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder Will feed in pasture, straw stacks. Barhee Betts, -tf fzmn Pohte. Traders Broadcloth Coats lined throughout with Skinners Satin, values up to $25.00 $1000 54- - THIS WAY FOR Long Caracul coats, $20.00 inches long, values up to FOR RENT Cottage of five rooms, on College street; gas, electric lights and good stable. J. X. Bush, Home phone 351). FOR SALE Conn: lads h JU) Capital and Surplus S648 $350,000.00 The Big Run Coal, the Clark County ll-2S-- Choice of Ladies' Purses in all colors, values up to $1 50 39c -- best on the market; yards on West Contf Broadway. struction Company. FOR RENT Two-stor- . i r Inc. Terms Cash REAL ESTATE. ? night.-J'They- house on Haggard street with gas and stable W. P. Azbill. . y -tf WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DGMB, Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. Elks Building Both Phones 364. 61 Main Street Goxernor Wilson refused to honor requisition, but the matter was taken up before Governor McCreary, who had the papers from West Virginia, and, Adams must return there for trial. Adams has not yet been lie is one of the Jeading fraders of this county. He was invested in a' deal in West Virginia with another party in buying some Farms for sale, Homes and Lots for sale .or rent. t . y. at FOR RENT Sixty acres of Xo. 1 corn ground; clover sod, A house and 10 acres in grass. J. II Croxtoc, Home phone S13A. -tf sales. A specialty MMFIELD of -- Lot 8 RATUFF Auditorium Bldg. ' HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms Worthy of His Hire. with gas and water. Apply to A. Give the laborer ills wage- before n. Sympson, corner Maple auJ bis perspiration be dry. Mohammed. Hickman streets. 12-29-- U r