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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 19, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912011901_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 19, 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. 77. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1912. WEATHER Fair Friday Night With. Rising perature Saturday. Tem- 2 CENTS COUNTY A COPY; (0 CENTS A WEEK COUNCIL PURCHASES NEW AIM CITY CARD OF THANKS DEATH BIRTH Mrs. D. W. Owen wish to thank their iriencis ior their kindness during the illness and after the death of Mrs. Owen's mother, Mrs. Jennie Giiinn. A. TABOR Mr. and OF NOTED COURT T IE Work Will be Rushed in FOR HALL OF LEE'S PHILANTHROPE James M.'Hocker rounder of J Sabra Holland was appuinted administratrix of the estate of Ike Holland. Will Robinson guardian of John, Robinson. Will Robinson IN OF EIGHT was Will appointed and Celia SHIPS W Erecting Building as Much as is Observed in Fitting Manner, Rev. Possible-Paved Ham-ilt- on Lcofidcs Rcuinson Streets For Winchester. A call meeting of the City Council Being -- Orator For . College, Christian Gentleman SELLS FINE And Successful Business Man, of The Occasion. Veterans. luncheon was appointed guardian of Joe and Bell Robinscn children of Ellen Robinson, deceased Are Drowned When British Steamer Wistow Was Wrecked on Dangerous Rocks Off Coast. Aberdeen. Scotland. Jan. 19. The British st earner Wistow Hall, was vrecked early Thursday on the Bailors of Buchan. a group of dangerous ocks eff the coast of Aberdeeshirc. Thirty-eigof her crew were Irowned. Thirty-fiv- e of them went down with the ship and five others clung to the wreckage but onlv two ot .hem succeeded in reaching the shore The seas were so huge that it was mpossible to launch a life boat. The ife boat crew of the village of Bull- ers tried several times to put out to sea but their craft was hurled back on the shore. ht various reasons this was not a suitable location. Passes. Eighty-Fiv- was held Thursday, Mayor J. A. Hughes presiding' and the following members were present: Messrs. C. B.. Fox, II. B. Scrivener, J. W. Wheeler, J. W. Scobee, C. B. George, ill. S. Brownie, J. D. Jones, S. A. Lipscomb and J. W.. Law- e 1 rence. The licence of Sam Jett to retail spirituous, vinous and malt liquors; also to wholesale beer at. his 'present place of business on North Main street was? ordered transferred to Mr. Chas. Tabor. Mr. H. W. Scrivener was elected City Assessor for the years 1911-1The Street Committee and City Attorney were directed to prepare the necessary ordinances, etc., for paving of Main and abuttting streets, preparatory to beginning this work In the early spring. It was reported that the driveways into private property were obstructThe ing the city's water ways. Street Committee was directed to tear out and remove all such ob' structions. 2. have a handsome capitol oil the new beautiful and appealing scene. The site. menu was as follows: We have long been promised a new Oyster soup Celery county jail and that the old eye-sor- e Pickles f. Crackers would be removed from its present Roast turkey Dressing location. The location purchased by Ham Cranberries the city Thursday night is amply Creamed potatoes large for a county jail in addition to Hot biscuits Coffee n a city hall and at the same time The Daughters enjoyed a delight South Court street through tln ful buffet luncheon in the parlors of property to 'Maple street, thereby the club. making this one of the prettiest During the serving. Messrs. Wil-iaspots in Winchester. and Elmer Berryman gave many Let each and every one of us, men selections the on City Hall Site women and children, who are. interwhich brought back cher-she- d fiddle," Two years ago the Council pur- ested in the upbuilding of Winchesmemories to the hearts of the chased the Matt Bean lot on Fairfax ter, join hands and march on the veterans. street for the City Hall building, but "Dear Old Judge" and ask: "Won't The veterans present were: a great many citizens as well as a you please. Mr. Judge, consider this Mr. Ben Curtis. part of the City Council decided for proposition?" Mr. Ben AVills. ex-te1 m For this reason, there Virginia Hanson Chapter, U. D. C, Mr. John Frazier For $5,000 And has been nothing done toward build- entertained the Confederate veterOther Considerations. ing a City Hall. The Council agreed ans with a sumptuous dinner at the Elks' Biulding, Friday at coon, the wa that it was time 'Winchester Mr. Chas. A. Tabor sold Friday having a new city building and Fire day being the one hundred and fifth ot the birth ot Gen. his farm of S.l acres on the Muddy Department, and accepted the propo- anniversary Robert E. Lee. The delicious menu Creek pike, near Hunt, to Mr. John sition of T. G. Stuart, agent, to exwas daintily served by Mrs. Joseph Frazier, of this city, for .fo.OOO cash change the Cid Court View Hotel Lindsey, Misses Eunice Earp, Ried and two 'houses and lots on Jackscn property for the Bean lot. The city Haggard and Mary Allen, who were stieet. Possession at once. paying Mr. Stuart the difference of immaculately attired in snowy white. ten sewer bonds. The long table was splendidly preThe work will be rushed as much pared for the occasion and with the OFFICIAL CALL as possible and Winchester will soon aged veterans seated, presented a Acres Purchased By FAYETTE COUNTY FOR CONVENTION Norman E. Is Issued By Chairman Mack And Secretary Woodson, of Democratic Committee. Buffalo, X. Y., Jan. 19. The offfor the Democratic National Convention to be held at Baltimore, June 2."i, was issued by Norman E. Mack, chairman, and Urey Woodson secretary of the Democratic National Committee Thursday. The basis of representation and tho method of naming delegates is outlined as follows: "Delegates and alternates from each State of the Union shall be chosen to the number of two delegates for every Senator and two delegates for every Reprc-entatiy- c from the States, respectively in the Congress of the United States, under the congressional o' districts based upon the census of 1910. The District of Columbia, i ' Alnt-ka- , the Philippines, Hawaii and j Porto Rico aro each allotted six icial call MISS NELLIE TAYLOR TO FILL VACANCY Caused by The Resignation of Four Female Teachers From State form School. Miss Nellie Taylor, of this county, has been chosen to fill one of the vacancies in the' faculty of tho State Reform School, at Grcendale, Fayby iht rc'jr.iMioii of ette coui-'- y. four out of five female teachers. The teachers claimed that Superintendent Mallory insisted upon their doing household work, even lo driving up the cows. Re- . W. CREWS BE TO Mr. Joseph Croxton. accountable reason, .she failed alSquire Tevis. most entirely. 'For some time this Mr. T.. R. Hardin. went on, and no one knew the cause. Mr. Can- - Ca lines. On the farm were four pigs that Rev. J. R. Peoples. were being weaned by their mother. Mr. James Rutledge. Sonic friend, who was passing along Mr. Alfred Martin. the road, told Mr. Kissinger that his Dr. M.. S. Brovnc. pigs were stealing his milk. He Mr. William Tinker. thought it was a joke but went out Mr. Joe Duncan Wills. to investigate. He was greeted by a Mr. Arch Piers ill. very singular sight. The pigs had Mr. G. W. Mccormick. formed a pyramid by propping Mr. Thomas Bradley.. front each other up with their Mr. C. B. Ecton. the extracting Mr. William Duckworth. feet and were Mr. Harvey Hurt. health civinc linuid as nicely a . i i could be imagined, giving swinish tMr. M. D. ;F!thcringill.. grunts of satisfaction and perfect At 2 o'clock in the afternoon, a I enjoyment. Mr. Kissinger the same large gathering rssenibled at the day hunted up a buyer for the pigs. Court House, where an eloquent C. C. PERRY. tribute to the nc'jlc character, the grand ideals and exemplary life of General Lec was paid by Rev. Robinson. as delegates. "In the choice of delegates and alternates the Democratic State or territorial committees, may, if not, otherwise directed by the law of such States- or territories, pivivide for the direct election of siidi delegates or alternates if in the opinion of the respective committees it is - deemed desirable and possible to do DEATH OF MR. MILWARD THERE Mrs. Margaret Clark. Mrs. Margaret Clark died Chief McCord Leaves For Frankfort home in at hei Lexington (Monday after a TOBACCO AL HARRY fiflj'-scve- n years. Tobacco sales will be held SaturShe was a native of this county and day mornin at R. A. Scobee's Loose The Return of Prisoner. was a daughter of the late John Leaf Tobacco Warehouse. Green. She is survived by a daughChief of Police Woodson McCord ter, three sons, one brother and five left Thursduy for Frankfort where CHARGES HAVE NOT sisters. The bodv was buried in the he will secure a requisition from Lexington cemetery. Govemer McCreary for the return of BEEN PROVED THEE J. W. Crews, of this county, who was arrested at St. Joseph, Mo., on a MAN Chief' McCoid COLORED charge of forgery. According to Heyburn will then go to Jefferson City, and Which Has Been Investigating get an order fiom the Governor of LIVE MAY Missouri. Civ ws is also wanted at Election of Sen. Isaac Stephenson Paris where hi passed a check with tlie forged s'gnature of Hon. II. L. Washington, Jan. 18. Tho HeyStevens on it. which has been Gangrene May Develop in Frozen burn investigating the election of Senatoi Feet of Negro Who Walked From of Wisconsin. Isaac Stephenson, DISAPPEARANCE OF unanimously agreed upon Clay City to Wincheter. Thursday, a report which holds that the charEXPLAINED The negro man who walked in the ges of corruption and bribery made bitter cold from Clay City to this agajnst Senator Stephenson have not been proved. The report will be Amusing Incident in Farm Life of place recently and whose feet were made to the Senate Committee on frozen on the journey is not expected Mr. Ed. Kissinger, as Regards a to live. The man was placed in the Privileges and Elections. to Secure Requisition Papers Fcr long illness, aged Lexington Man Dies at Clearwater, Fla., And Body Will Be Brought To Lexington. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 19. A long, honorable and useful life was ended at 0:30 o'clock Thursday morning MEDICAL when Mr. James Monroe Hocker. founder of Hamilton College, phil anthropist, Christian gentleman, Takes Concerted Action Relative tc successful business man and one of the oldest citizens of Lexington, died Several Bills Which Have Been Inat his home, 418 Johnson avenue, aftroduced in The Legislature. ter a brief illness, aged 89 years. . Had he lived until June he would Lexington, Ky.. Jan. 19. A spechave rounded out ninety years of ac- ial meeting of the Fayette Count tivity and usefulness. Medical Society was held at the SoFor years Mr. Hocker had been ciety's rooms Wednesday afternoon engaged in the insurance business in for the purpose of taking some conthis city, the firm being J. M. Hock- certed action relative to several bill: er & Son, and up until a few weeks which have been introduced in the ago he continued to visit his office Legislature at Frankfort, and in daily and attend to his routine du- which the medical men of the stati ties, evidencing remarkable vigor and are especially interested. activity for one of his advanced One of thee is Herrington bill No years. 74 of the House, which seeks to ovA few days ago he was compelled erturn the State Board of Health to take to his bed as a result of another is a bill seeking to repeal tht infirmities, and grew grad- present Vital Statistics law, and anually weaker until the end came ear- other known as the Optomery bill ly Thursday morning. which has for its object the licen--in- g of jewelers, peddlers, itinerants ?tc, to supply eye glasses to person? STATE INSPECTOR Dr. C W. Trapp, president of th Society, presided at the meeting which was largely attended. Besides adopting resolutions up holding the present Vital Statistic Governor McCreary Sends Name of uw and oppo.-in- g the Herrington an.' Optomery bills, the Siciet- H. Sherman Goodpaster, of ed a special committeo to go t to The Senate. with Frankfort and committee from the State Medical Fi.iukfort, Ky.. Jan. 19. GoverAssociation and the State. Board o' nor ItcCreary sent the nomination oi Health, when these measures comr II. Sherman Goodpaster, of Owings-vill- e, up for passage. for a State Inspector and The Optomery bill is opposed b to the Senate Thursday and practically all of the medical societhe nomination was confirmed. ties in the state, as the physicians T1:j Senate Thursday adopted a believc that it will result in great in resol ition inviting Theodore Roose- jury to eyes in allowing fakirs, whe velt and W. J. Bryan to, address the arc not competent to test eyes and Lcgi: laturo some time during this supply glasses to operate as they ' session. please. A bill similar to this in its Senator Hubble offered a bill de- provisions was recently vetoed b claring all telephone, telegraph, Governor Woodrow Wilson, of New , pipe line and heal and power Jersey; Governor Harmon, in Ohio dist Uniting companies to be common ond Governor O'Neil, in Alabama, carriers and under supervision of the t'.ie latter writing a strong opinion Railrdad Commission. against its passage. S nator Arnett, of Covington, offc-.efour bills Thursday providing Ti amendments to the act providing the Commission form of Government E OF VIOLET and for cities of the second-clas- s providing for the recall of any eleccity. tive officer in a second-clas- s Report Detective Bureau Furnishes T, cx-pr- e; d DETAIL OF GEORGIA WRECK Iflr. and Mrs. John Dcnaldscn And Miss Kate Howard, of Ford, Who Were Passengers,. Are Knoxvillc. Little further news has been heard rom the wreck which occurred at lonesljoro. Georgia, and resulted in iie death of Charles and Amanda Morgan and Florence Johnson, color- il sen-ant- s of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Matlack. It was learned that Mr. ind Mrs. John, Donaldson and Miss Kate Howard, of Ford, who were assengers on the train, had stopped off in Knoxvillc, and were litis f.aved a horrifying experience. The bodies of the victims will bo brought to this city, it is thought on the early train Saturday morning. A from Atlanta is as fol lows: Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 19. Engineer William Clark, of Macon, Georgia, a negro porter and three negro pa.-- ?c.ngers, two of them women, were killed in a wreck at Jonesboro, Geor gia, twenty miles south of Atlanta, early Thursday, when the South Atlantic limited, a Louisville & Nash- ille railroad train, handled by tho "cntral of Georgia railway, collided with a freight train. None of the white passengers was seriously injured though a number sustained cuts and bruises. ed ch Safe at Death of infant n infant of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cooper died Thursday night. The burial took place Friday in the Win- Stating That The Child Was corrigible. In- NO! ILK county jail and has 'been given the Cw and Four Pigs, ' best attention but it is thought that gangrene will set up in the frozen On the farm of Ed. C Kissinger . there .was a cow of slight build,. and feet. The negro had been working. at .ber feody was not far from J the "jjrWasd. She was a" splendid, milker I Jackson on the extension of tfce.'L. and ill of a SHtdden from soae un- - Lexington, Ky., Jan. 19. News of TO UNSEAT MADERO the death of Mr. Harry Milward, proprietor of the Milward Piano Company, x;.o u':J at C!c.:r.itc -- , L::z Ponce is Said to Be The Leader Fla., Thursday morning, was receivof New Movement and Has Big ed here by his sister, Mrs. David C. Following. Frost, and also by his uncle, 'Mr. W. R. Milward. Mr. Milward was stayMexico, City. Jan. 19. If reports ing, at his winter home in Florida from Belize, British Honduras, are when the end came. The body will be brought to Lex- correct, another revolution is being ington for the funeral. Mr. Milward formed to unseat President Madero, is survived by his wife and four chil- of Mexico. dren. At the time of his death his Luz Ponce, who attempted a revowife and two sons, J. U. and D. B. lution against the Diaz government Milward. were with him. His other two years ago, is said to be the leadson, Luke Milward, is now in Pitts- er of the new movement, and has burgh, Pa., and his daughter, Mrs. a following of 500 Mexicans armed John Agnew, lives in Canada. and ready to cross the border. The Mr. Milward was twice marired, governors of the the border states his first wife was a daughter of Col- of Yucatan and Campeehe, have oronel R. E. Edmonson, who died in dered state troops to patrol the inTexas several days ago, and whose ternational boundary line. funeral will be held in this city Fri-laZapatistas Thursday sacked San TO PREACH PASTOR His second wife was Miss Ma-E- Pedro, and San Pable in iPuebla, and Bergman SIrvine. Mr. 3Iilw were repulsed at Hau Juapan. SolHew Geo. W. Shepherd wilr preaen was a well-knoand successful diers ,and citizens of Hau Janpan at the Central Baptist church on busiMa&riaan of this city, and was shotting from the Cathedral towers Sunday morning. No sen-ice- s and' roofs of the Municipal building, wijl a mewtrof the Methodist-Episc! be held at' night. forced the rebels to retire. pal cl v. el o- New York, Jan. 19 Violet Beuh-le- r, The child was one of a pair of the young girl who ran away twins, the other having died last from home in Chicago and came to week. New York, will be given in charge of The parents have the heartfelt the Chicago Humane Society under sympathy of the community. the decision of Justice Olmstead of the Children's Court here Thursday. When the case came up for final disTOO LATE TO CLASSIFY position Detective Sergeant Koerner of the Chicago detective bnreauub-mitte- d LYRIC THEATRE. a report furnished by tlier Chieago Humane Society stating The Wager. (Vitagraph.) that the child had a bad record in Adventures of Billy (Biograph.) , that city. Vitagraph Monthly. Showing happenings of pa- -t month. Matinee evervday. 2X0 and 3:30. TO POOL RECEIPTS OF FOR SALE Four single comb pullets. Will sell once. Apply to bffice. chester eemetery. extra fine pure-b- er Directors of Blue Grass League Are Holding Meeting in Lexington. White Leghorn cheap is sold at Bobbins at this ed to pool the receipts of the Sunday game's. Lexington, Ky.. Jan. 19. (Special The meeting is still in progress.. to The News) At a meeting of the i Mr. H, H. Phillips, manager of the Winchester Club, is in atten here Friday afternoon, it was decid- - J dance. Mr. H. H. Phillips in Attendance. THE WINCHESTER NEWS commendable acts of Uio City Council was that of Thursday night in u r ffffct. ID8-J- IJ South Main Street, Kentucky. Sunday. s Winchester, 6 Dally, Except ' "Entered hi as second-clas- matter, Kovember 28, 1008, at the postofficc in Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. 5 . SUBSCRIPTION By Mail. RATES: Daily, one year Six Months One Month $3.00 1.50 .25 Payable in Advance. hi AIVERTISINI amy Omm RATES: . t Oa aditioa... continuously- flnr ireeks, 4 tiiuf a iratk. . . . Vacr mmki, three tun ga week. fmm tracks, two ikm a week. . o- -, wek, Mkadar m eostiaBWRsry witkia wtk.. ....... f .it .50 LOO 3.00 3.44 1.80 1.20 r" t MmAhj Kctteea Une: .75 Vmr waeka. on tinu a week. .. Bwoaeas notices, kodj type. Pa" reading, nwa heading... 15e Tkree ewitinuons insertions of same rate. fUm at double the one-iiClMstt)-P- Pr ..7c ar Wert: Om maertioi any editioa le 2 fare insertions continuously Caek three additional insertions. lfaa Om aalendar mo., continuously. .10o STetkiag counted less than 10 words. Mo itea charged oa fcooke for tewrtkaa 2 eaou. ASVCtT'lSING CY T'iE m NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GrNEOAL OFFICES concluding negotiations for the Court View site for the new city ball building. The location is ideal and ceil tral and ample rcom will bp had for properly housing all departments of the city government. This splendid and progressive move which inlets with the hearty approbation of p:ae-ticall- y our entire citizenship, should followed by a resolution providing be for the submission oa a competition basis by leading architects of suit-ab- le plans for an ornate and inrpies-iv- e building that will be the pride of our ipeople for years to come. We of the eonur.c::d i'--e gc2 Conncil to the consideraMayor and tion of the Fiscal Court and beg leave to suggest to them, that the time has arrived for the demolition known as a jail of the old eye-soon the present site and its removal Cine pride and public elsewhere. combine in demanding that necessity of our excellent Fiscal officials. With the new City Hall and new Govern-nt Building the west side of the Court House square should be made to haraiouize with its environments. plaza should A beautiful park-lik- e take the place of the old jail and on it should be a fountain, band stand and one or more statues, erected from time to time; wings like those occupied by the County and Circuit ClerksLoJfices could be added to the Court House at a small cost, and thus provide offices for the Sheriff, Assessor and other officials now without them. A portico and columns on the west side of the Court House to match those on the cast front would give us a handsomo and harmonious building at small expense and obviate the construction of a new building for many years. The plaza would make a splendid meeting place for the citizens of the county and city alike, in good weather., ami would give us the handsomest public square' in Eastern Kentucky. re m 10 SUSTAIN 3 f 11 Harvey MAKE ATTEMPT ITD NO AIR A CASCARET USER HEADACHE I- f- NJNCIION Stock Enjcininjg Four Men Wlio Received Election Certificates From Taking Will J.bin COW EVERY HAS 10-Ce-nt Company Manager ' Ranks of Bird Men. Box Will Keep Your Liver. Stomach and Bowels Clean, Pure' And Fresh For Months Bankrupt Under order of UieFed'eral Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, I am retailing- the stock of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt. Now is yout chance to buy your clothes at - Sick headache, biliousness, dizziWaller D. Orr, manager of Harvey aerial ness, coated tongue, foul taste and Company, 'proposes Their Seats on Board of Education journey unless the young blizzard foul breath always trace them to Georgetown, Ky., Jau. 19. The which now afflicting the community torpid liver, delayed fermenting food" in the bowels, or sour, gassy stomach. Court of Appeals has decided to sus- becomes too boisterous in the' meanof Poisonous matter clogged in the time. Walter D. Orr, manager tain the injunction enjoining four the Harvey Stock Company, prom- intestines, instead of being cast out men, who received the election certicomof the system is into ficates, from taking their seats as ises that sometime during this ing week to make an ascension in an the blood. When this poison reaches members of the Georgetown Board of Education. The case was originally airship from a station which will be the delicate brain tissue it causes heard before one judge, who called in built on the roof of the theatre build- congestion and that dull, throbbing, the entire Court of Appeals, and the ing. The aerial journey will be sickening headache.. Salts, cathartic pills, oil and purcase was decided by the whole court. started about 2 p. m., and will be an egort to advertise gative waters force a passageway The decision of the court was to attempted in sustain the injunction, until the case the popular play of "Molly Bawn" in for a day or two yes but they will don't take the poisons out and have could be tried out upon its merits. which an airship is used, which Friday evening by the no effect upon the liver or stomach. be presented The injunction was priginally obtainCascarets immediately cleanse and If successful it ed from the Circuit Clerk. A motion Harvey players. 'rogujlate the stomach, remove the everyday occurrence. to dissolve the injunction against may be an Mr. Orr became interested in aeri- sour, undigsted and fermenting food the four who received the election "diand foul gases, take the excess bile certificates was heard before Judge al navigation during the recent ngitatibn, which re- - from the liver and carry out of the Roberi L. Stout, but he sustained it. ) rigible balloon" .nilrprtisino scheme. pyfetem 'all the decomposed waste v. fi.nm 0 It was then taken before the Conit uaUnl a., ' nn . caused matter and poisons in the intestines, of Appeals, which sustained the n Noting the unusual and bowels. Mr. Orr corjunction. The proof beforo the by the fake ascension, A Casearct tonight will surely excitement that Court of Appeals showed on its face rectly forecasted the attempt at the straighten you out by morning. They such irregularities in tho election would result from an while you sleep a bos tiat the Court refused to dissolve the real thing, and during idle moments work from your druggist' means inside been conabout the theatre has injunction. which he thinks cleanlinees and a clear head for The decision is the result of the structing an airship soaring, although it will months. Ask any of the million of of the efforts of the Georgetown Civ- will do some any of the grand Casearct users if they ever hav ic League, who employed Attorney not be entered for meets. Mr. Orr headache. Victor A. Bradley to test the regu- prizes in aviation was assisted in the construction of larity of the election. Only the purest and freshest medhis machine by Chas. Neuman, stage icines on sale at the director with this company. Pharmacy tho store of quality. According to members of the comhipany, Mr. Orr has been giving machine a tryout, on a training trip RED CROSS DAIRY FARM You Cannot Lose When You UsM takcn.to Woodand Park in Lexington Stock -- LESS Iff AN COST - -- - in-i- Sale is now going- on. Every .article in the store must be converted into cash at once. v. 10-ce- nt The stock consists of Men's and Overcoats, Boys' Suits, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters kinds of furnish'ing- goods. - Shoes, and- - all Brown-Procto-r- ia This Remedy. We promise you if your hair is falling out, and you have not let it igo too far, you can prevent baldness and get a new growth of hair, if you will e Rexall "03" Hair Tonic, with persistency and regularity, for a reasonable length of time. It is a scientific, cleansing, antiseptic, germicidal preparation. L destroys microbes, stimulates good circulation around the- - hair uiofs and thus promotes hair nourishment, removes dandruff and restores health It is n pleasant to use as pure water. a?td it is delicately pci fumed It is a real toilet necessity. u-- The members who of tho organization USEFULNESS With tear-dimmed eyes ami foe Lansing, Mich., Jan. .1!). The unusual picture of the Governor of a stale toiling with grimy section hands was furnished Wednesday, which will come to ns in so doing, when Gov. Osborn was waiting for a bat that we may fulfill the real pur- train to take him to South Bend, pose of our being, and that when the Ind., "strolled down the track and iiarvcst time comes and llic day of pitched in with the foreign laborers fruition is at hand, wc may be like and made quick work of shoveling the fully ripened car of com, well away a big bank of snow. After Governor Osborn had toiled rounded out, mature and perfect from the sunshine of many happy for half an hour, and conversed with days, like the mighty oak, strong and the section men in the Italian tongire, sturdy, iiid brave in heart, frcm the he levealed his identity. As he de storms and trials we have endured parted they sent fo.ith a lusty yell like the beautiful nsc pnre and that eclipsed any that had ever come h boys. When sjwtless, sweet and fragrant, from a j flom a u""c of long, clean life of love, sunshine and n eomcs to a strenuous life Roose-- , 'veltNhas nothing op Osborn, who is'i good deeds." a product of the northern wilder-jnesThe Governor bikes ten or NEW CITY HALL twelve miles each day over the rough One of the acst creditable and roads in Una teolion. rah-ras. heart overflowing,. I read the beautiful article by Mr. L. II. Bnli. ou "Usefulness," which appeared Wed nesday in. The Xews. At first, the purity of the English and the originality of the similes used were most impressive, but as I continued to read, the words, the lines and the sentences were forgotten, and there remained only the beautiful faith and the sublimity of the thought and the grandeur of the soul thus baied When depressed with the apparent eordidness of living with the daily grind of business and the burdens of sorrow, one has but to read this article, and at the end, when the tears have been brushed away, a peace and a comfort, a hope and a the renewed faith will permeate heart and very soul. And not only by the expression of beautiful thoughts does "Usefulness'' manifest itself. I never pass on the street the writer of that article, without carrying about with nic the remainder wf the day, the picture of his gentle smile, the light of rare intelligence and dauntless faith shining forth from his eyes, and it helps mo to bear the burdens of this life and langli'at the petty annoyances which come to me; it helps mc to be faithful to duty, patient in tribulation and hopeful for the future. Indeed, his very presence brings to my mind this thought which I could not express, and he has worded so eloquently: "Let us learn therefore, to be more useful day by day, not only for the sake of the great pleasnre and joy. Winchester and her corporate interests now pay about half th" taxes of the county and this is certainly a small boon to ask at the hands of the County Court by its citizens when it benefits all alike. The city pays its equal shaie in I keeping up the roads of the county. the County Farm and the county government, and the county contributes nothing to our streets. Thus from every point of view the of the public square and the building of a new jail on a new site, is in keeping with the progress- We want you to tryRexall "1)3"' tve ideas of the most progrcs.--h Hair Tonic with our promise that it city in the state. will cost you nothing unless you are It's np to the Fiscal Court now to perfectly sajisfied with its It heed the voice of the people. comes in two sizes, prices 50e. and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain TURSM! FURS!! FURS! Rexall Remedies in this community at our store. -- The Rexall Store. Will pay you the Hfgtest Cash Phillips Drug Store, 56 S. Main st. Prices for your Furs. u-- J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. GOVERNOR OSBQRN ll-18-4- J Pitched in to Help Foreign Laborers Clear Away Snow. Daily Tramp. 1 Takes Long ascension have kindly promised to give a benefit performance in the event that the theatrical bird man OF SEN EN E tries to do any fancy careening. The above company will open it engagement at the Winchester Opera Is Granted to Charles W. Morse, House Monday night, January 22. in the popular military success, "The The New York Banker And Ice Girl of the Barracks." Ladies free i Monday if ticket is bought .before C King. p. m. Scats on sale Saturday 9 a. in. 'Prices 10 cent?, 20 rents ami Washington, a.In. 19. President . ', Taft Thursday commuted to expire 30 cents. at once tho sentence of Charles W. Morse, the 'New York banker and ice PUBLIC RENTING king, serving n fifteen-yea- r sentence in the federal penitentiary in Atlanta I will- rent at public outcry on Tliejcommutation was granted be- Courlday, Monday, January 22, at cause of Morse's physical condition 31 o'clock, in front of the a. in., and on the recommendation of AtHouse; about 00 acres of cul torney General Wickeisham and tivating laud and 25 acres of grass Surgeon General Torney of the Army land. It has on it a good dwelling (Mor.ee served two years in the and all other necessary outbuildings. Federal pris-oat Atlanta, Georgia. AH of this land is river bottom laud. Tho coimnutalionof sentence which Ts situated 1 mile cast of Jackson gives Morse his complete freedom Ferry in Madison county. but, which unlike a pardon, dees Parties desiring any further informnot restore his civil rigbts was ation"-call on or address: granted upon recommenadtion of At- II. CLAY HODGKIN torney General Wickersham and care Winchester Bank, Surgeon Torney, of the United StaWinchester, Kv. ,y ft r mi tes Army. According to the Surgeon General's report to the PresiOnly registered pharmacists handent on his condition Morse, could dle your perscription at tlic Brown-Proetornot live one month longer in confinePharmacy, Absolute acment and eren at liberty probably curacy guaranteed. The store or would not live six mouths. quality. n -j-. ia K COMMUTATION assisted in the preliminary flight say that the machine traveled parallel to the earth surface, Jmt that it refused to execute any perpendicular maneuvers so far. The Orr crafts record for altitude is about as high up as a man can reach, but the aviator is confident of breaking this record tho eomin week for the start will be made from the roof of the Opera House which is an alarming distance from the ter ra firma. "Teddy Roosevelt didn't go up more than a hundred feet," said iPierce Warren, who is pre asent lor the Orr 1 In liter, ami we will come pretty cloe to getting draw with his record. That ought to be sufficient glorv for an Aviator so young in the business as Mr. Or The daring aviator himself is net communicative in reaard to his ven ture, but as he has a wife and family to support it is not probable that he will attempt the spiral glide or any other spectacular stunts in the atmosphere. The members of the company who have watched with interest his preparations for the proposed Dr. M. S. Browne Has Fifty Head o Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fine Machinery Installed. Since the opening of 1912 Dr. M S. Browne has bought about fifty head of cattle; Jerseys, Holsteins and grades, and has been receiving. by rail, from the great dairy regions of the Middlewest, machinery, mills, shredder, eusilage cutter, engines, LEWIS R. HAMPTON. Receiver. k 6E0. FOX, H IP Misses ELKlrJ Manager. and Salesman. 1)1, Sales ladies. separators and appliances necessary to the complete equipment of a modern, dairy plant; capable of furnishing "certified milk"' and is now about ready to have such a dairy put in operation at the old Karsner homestead, near te pro-duet- Superior Endures. Before you spend a cen for Cement Ask us for our Free Superior Literature. It wiH post you on many vital points, such as fineness, low magnesia, proportions for, ... concrete, etc Superior makes dense, solid concrete that will endure for ages. It's a true Portland Cement, s, the city, and ou the Colby pike, on his 250 acre farm, known as "The d nggsby-K- a r sii e r Pin c e." None but young, vigorous and healthy, tuberculin-teste- d cattle, capable of producing the highest grade of milk, will be permitted on this farm; which, for the future, is to be devoted to the production of high-clamilk, for the supply of Winchester's milk drinkers. The ownc has the promise of the aid of Dr. Robt. Graham, boa J of Veterinary Scienc and Scrum production at Statc'Collcgc, and was aided by Dr. E. S. Good, head of Animal Husbandry, especially in selecting registered Holsteins. Mr. Win. Almey, an active jonng business man of large experience, has leased the above place for a term of years, and will run it in conjunction with the owner. 1'or the present, his brother, Mr. Chas.u ss v used by the U. S. Government and leading engineers, contractors, and dealers. Insist oa Superior. Uaon Trust Builalns. Cnc&nnatI, O. Justus Collins, President. The Sucerior Portland Cement Co. What Des This Mean? I Hi .Ll It means that $Steam or Hot Water Heat is the most sat'isiactory Heating- System yet. Let us give you an estimate. J -- ioncy, a practical sanitary dairy- man, aided by his wife, will have the management, and invites all prospective patrons, as well as all persons interested in securing a pure milk supply for Winchester, to vi.it and inspect the premises, cows, stables, water fjftpply, feed, grazing lot, milk room, etc., which will be open to the public after ( a. in. Monday, January 15. Also, after this hour all order-- for cream, whole milk and buttermilk given over Home phone 899-will receive prompt attention as they shall be ready to open up the new "Red-Cros- s Dairy Farm" for busi ness by that day. x. GRANT WITT & CO. r PLUMBERS and STEAM FITTERS TheNew Depositor In this bank may be assured o receiving direct personal attea-tio- n and prompt service. All we ak is an opportunity to serve you that we may provt the quality of our banking service. We invite you 'to call and see as, , FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay you the Highest Cash Citizens National Bank Near Court Houvv Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, , No. 23 North Maple st " Corner Main and South Court Street. Winche sterKj. Sr- East Tennessee Phone 506. . Phone 215, Horn ll-18-4. .." ', I - X News THE WINCHESTER NEWS. Fay Tfcrac. BRIO E TAKES THE NEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN: to-da- OF STERLING SILVER Is the colonial pattern of propriate for use with any other colonial silver, old or new ou may have. Call and see this new It's simplicity of outline and refinement of decoration makes it apy. s-iozsst- COMING STRYCHNINE . oreV FOR ONE SOLID WEEK OPERA HOUSE .... i t Dies Within a Few Moments After JEWELER m OH. BOWEN OC I OPTICIAN CANDY SPECIALS Telling Ker Landlady Had Done. What She The Big City Show THE FAMOUS ; 5 mid-wint- er IE TY near time for a man Ipjie laid up. Winchester Democrat. Mr. and Mrs. Alby Merrilt have returned to their home at Lapoite City, Iowa, after a protracted visit to her father, Mr. X. B. Barrow. They were accompanied hojjie by her sister who will spend a year in the north. ng FOR SATURDAY. ASSORTED CHOCOLATES Iiatlk' Creek. Mich, Jan.. (disapproved father-in-la- 19. President J. L. Chirk left Friday fur IJcrea' (d act a.-- one of he judges debate of 1'eiea" in the ' College. This debate is one of the gieat occasions at lierea and the young men who take part havejieen preparing since early in the fall ses- - ' sion. as pure and free from any chocolates sold for 4 adulteration as iu U j 80c per pound flftp y her disDr. John it. IelIogg. sanitarium ft. under. Mrs. Paul Kellogg, '2l years old. took strychnine and died within a few minutcs-it'te- r telling her landlady what she had done. tinguished HARVEY STOCK CD. In a repertoire of new high-clavaudeville. plays and up-to-date ss royalty OPEK3KG PLAY ICED FRUIT DROPS Rich and tasty.. CEREAL COCOANUT BON BONS vv 11 Paul Kellogg was adopted by Dr.. Kellogg as a baby, and had been sent to a Tennessee school to study, being only li) years old. Three months ago Dr. Kellogg sailed for Kurope to .pcnd the winter, and Paul immediately left school, wedded Miss Bertha Gardner, seven years his senior, and came Iiere. The young couide were denied a place in the Kellogg Iome, the marriage being disapproved of, and they were living in rented rooms here. It was here that- - Mrs. Kellogg, in her husband's absence, killed herself. NOTICE The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'oe, will serve cows at ..OO, money due, The latest success in military comedy4: dramas. Assorted Flavors v fA,, IK w "THE GIRL OF THE BARRACKS" Ladies will be admitted free Monday night if accompanied by one paid ticket bought before 6:00 p. m., Monday evening. SPECIAL llev. W. L. Shearer, of this comity, who has been attending ihe Baptist Mrs.Krnest Bean is impioving Theologieal Seminary at Louisville from a lcccnt severe illness. for some time, has accepted a call Mrs. George G. Prewitt has returnlo the pastoral charge of the church ed from a visit to her sister at Lex- FIG BRILLIANTS CRYSTAL JELKY NOUGATS PEPPERMINT CREAM WAFERS jA - JJj JJg JA j JJj it Greenup's Fork, Owen eounty. and ington. . PRICES 10c, 20c, 30c. iMr. Vallandinghaui club. Ihil-e- y, of Moulgoinery, were here narried Miss Margaret Forkner, of the first of Ihe week on business. . .. this city. McClcllaiuL.son of Larkiu Stamper, Mr. John McKcnna ha- - accepted of Clark, is here delivering books for a position '.villi the Ohio Fuel and some publishing house. Campion Supply VCompany.N sir (iermantown. Courier. Ohio., and bar-- gone to take up his Society The Woman's now duties. of "Ml. Zioii" church will hold its " A 1eap Year dance is being plan- regular meeting Monday afternoon ned by Mi.val young ladies of th at 2 o'clock with .Airs. John A. ciiy to be given in the Auditorium, B.ittaile. Miss iMabel Browning's evening of January '!'. 11 promises conimHlee is in charge of the proIn be a big social affair. gram. relaCol. K. If. d'erry is slowly recoverMrs. A. If. Martin is ing from his recent illness and with tives at Shearer, Madison county. the- warm days claims he will gel Mrs. Joicy Burgin leTt Thursday inlo the open. He claims is is too for Georgia, wheie she Avsll spend Tcnn., Mr. J. K. Martin is able, with the 1. aid of crutches, to be about his Charles Vallindghain. the crack business after suffering several days oilcher of the Lexington base ball with a badly wrenched ankle. 'lull has. been Mild to the .Memphis. W. L. P.yrd, of Clark, and G. W. will .issninc hi? duties there Febru-lr- y SEATS ON SALE AT SIROOE'S DRUG STOftE. at time of service. B. A. OGDEN. A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE To warn people of a fearful forest' fire iu the Catskills a young girl rod? ig puis SATURDAY 1 GQURTDAY Children's Coats, values up to $7.50,nowi ( several months with her niece, Mrs. V. II. Mclfae. Mrs". 15. F. McMaban has accepted position as bookkeeper with the II. a I. Butler Grocery, where she will be glad to welcome her friends. Eld. J. J. Gilbert was iu Madison county the past week, where, he preached the funeral of Mr. Annie Lewis at College Hill and Charles Duncan, at Richmond. Hon. At Louisville Wednesday. bram Kcnick was again chosen as a 'l;icctor of the Kentucky Live Stock rnrance Company. Mi"- - Frances Ilellin has entered :.ite Normal College, in Richmond Her sister. Miss Alva, has been then .inco September. Emmet Clement, son of Mr. David is quite ill ot membranous I.'a-- h. up. Tw of doses of anti loxii. en lave been administered, but his condition leinains critical. Mrs. A. .T. liunch is suffering fron irrippe at her home on First avenue. Mi-- s Minnie Ilutson. of West Bend, is Mrs. J. F. Fads. Mr.s. Ii. S.'Seobee, Misses Lue Hart and Lena Brattoii, of this city Mr. and Mr?. Will Sutton, Mrs. R II. Smith and daughter and Mr. John G.titskill. of Mt. Sterling, compos a party which left this week for Hit South. SEE! Vou can get one dozen of tho( line photos at Harp's Studio .at irready reduced prices the remaiudei of this month. LOOK! ONE KILLED IN in Headon ville, Indiana. Y INJURED Collision on Internrnan Line Four Miles North of Martins- Martinsville, Ind., Jan. IS. In a leadon collision Wednesday after-ioo- u on the interurbnii line four niles north of this city between a imited car due from Indi.innpoli-sli- d a work train going north, one jerson was killed and a dozen or nore injured, one and possibly two a tally. Tom Weddle on ihe work train, action foreman, of this city, was illed by ties falling on him. The work train was attempting to .siding a short distance away vhen the limited crashed into it. Mime of the 'injured were taken to 'ndianapolis, whilo others were 'irought to this city. horseback at midnight and saved many lives. Her deed was glorious but lives are often saved by Dr. King's New Discorvery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption 01 pneumonia. "It eared me of a dreadful cough and lung disease,'' writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington. Tex., "after four in our family had died with consumption, and I gained S7 pounds." Nothing so sure and safe for all throat and lung trouble-- . -Price )0e and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all Druggists hat state which - worth $1."0,0II0. ill because she eaptuied the heart i- FURIOUS if a gentleman whom she met in .lis city a year ago last slimmer. hile at a restaurant with some .'i lends, -- he became acquainted wiih i man who said he was Karl Hall, of Nlles City, who claimed to be a wealthy ranch owner. Though their d ouversation was hriet Hall pio-po-c- BAM MAN ACS And IK ireircn, Attendants Make Brave ; Nurses Fight to Save Pa- marriagevbut JINs .mothers brid". Douglas-.ol- d tients From Flames. jake a GASPED FOR BREATH Sastritis Nearly Ended V.Jflathews. ife of Wm. Read his Letter. Silk Waists in all colors, Messa- aine (Taffeta, Chiffon and QO Lace values $6, nowW9 Dresses, in Serges and Velvet, values up to $10.00, (M QC now "I was bothered for years with stomach trouble and gastritis. Food laid like lead in my stomach and fermented, forming gas. This caused COLORED COLUMN II. M. I'illsburry. owner and man-- .1 pressure on 1113- - heart, so that I agcr of Baby Jack, .the champion choked and gasped for breath, and roller skating bear of the world, will thought my time had come. cured me after I had doctored appear at the Hippodrome .skating nighL. giving a wonder- wilhuit success." Win. V. (Marink Monday ful exhibition with his trained bear. tthews, Rlooniginlon, Ind. Jlaby Jack, tskalos alone, waltzes. If you suffer from indigestion, dizziness, biliousness, smokes, tlre-sin lull ircss sun headaches, with cane, and many other funny constipation, inactive liver, uervou--ue-;- s, stunts. Baby Jack is now appearing sleeplessness, had dreams, foul at the Auditorium Skating Rink and breath, heartburn, shortness of has cieated great excitement among breath, sour stomach of despondenstomthe 'pah'0" . cy, be sine and get ach tablets.1 They are guaranteeed. Large boxA'iO cents at Phillips Drug Store and drusreists everywhere. AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK. 1' MI-O-Ncs MI-O-X- A Chicago. Jan. 10. While tliemen, lice, attendants and urss battled Little more was thought of the .'uriou-I- y with' fieiisied pamatter until the letter come Wednes- tients, the Emergency Hospital at day.. Dunning Wednesday burned almost The letter said that Hall had died, to the ground. to the Philadelphia leaving his-.a- ll After heroic work the patients', in'irl. who eaiight his fancv. sane and tnbucular, some scarcely able to walk, were herded together PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER and marched out of the blazing hospital jti- -t half an hour before the All kinds of stenographic work at whole interior of the structure col-f- a reasonable prices. liss Alice JIos-- ", MofTctt & Spencer's odicc in Frait structure, the The entire ternity Duilding. mo oldest of the Dunning institution building-- , is a ruin. But the .w0 inmates of the building, in .spite of their infirmities of mind and body, were with one exception taken to PROVED FATAL places of safety in the other buildid. five-story -1 him she had promised to become ng-. rw 5 Sir. Guy Fritz In Harvy Stock Co. - E TO MONEY AND FARM 1 WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. Inc. jThursday, Friday and Saturday, Jan., 18th. 19th and 20th. Miss Ella Douglass, of Philadelphia, FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! is bequeathed $25,GGQ And Land fA A. M. DOMB, Manager. WINCHESTER, Kjtf. I BABY JACK World's Champion Skating Bear. Matinee Saturday afternoon. Elks Building 61 Main Street , Both Phones 364. Bloomfield 6c Ratliff Props D. B. SCOBEE, Mgr. J Will pay yrfu the Highest Cash Valued at$i5Q,C00. Prices fop your Furs. 'l. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. "10 AcJ. W. fflSEL VjfT' Bridge Junk Shop, cording to a letter which Hiss Ella No. "23 North Maple si. Douglass received Wednesday from Kist Tennessee Phone 215, Hnie Xiles City, Jfont., she. has fallen heir tlSsSSsSaG. to" $25,000 in cash and" a ranch in ' ll-18-4- In the face of what promised 'lo be the most disastrous holocaust in years it was the presence of mind Case. and heroism of women that saved Pittsburg.' Pa., .Ian. 1!). Two the situation. Woman Saves Day. ' children of James AV. of A woman physician sounded the the Pitt-bitbranch of the l"iiitcl States Internal Kevenue Service, are fire drill, argued, entreated and even beat Ihe patients into line in order dead at their home in Iviioxville result of eating snowballs two that their lives might be saved.' Another woman physician, who.' days ago. At the' hospital it was stated that w'ithin three weeks "was on trial an-d- iv charges of inefficiency, led anthe stomachs of the tots had been frozen and that' peritonitis ha'd re other line of unwilling and panic-strickpatients from the blazing sulted..' of acute building in safety. The hoy complained pains, and his nn thcr. thinking it Hut the one fact that was Lome was only a juvenile ailment, adminhome to the fire fighters while hunistered stimulants before a physician dreds of lives hung in the balance, was called. He died soon after. was the appalling inadequacy of the The girl also cried of pain, and it facilities for combatting just such a was not until too late to save her life fire. Water plugs that ordinarily would have spit forth weak streams iha.t it jvas discovered by a physi cian that she, too, nail eatcu loo of water were frozen and useless KT when brought into play. lnattvaMowualls. Stomachs of Tots Were Frozen And Pcritcnitis Resulted. Peculiar ig a.-t- he en 5, jae . Four. THE YEAR It has been electiicity. :i IN ELECTRICITY J THE WINCHESTER NEWS COMMISSIONER'S SALE v for electricity and no man can truthfully say what it will yet perform momentous year for when we have learned it better. FRIGHTFUL POLAR, WttJDS CLASSBED CLASSIFIED COLUWH Scene From "He Girl - His yri7i - Barrack" in Harvy Stock nM&. i( -g? Co. 7ingB7 - Save Time tey TeBephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the lu Is easy to travel all over the State and other States. If you haven't our service you should have. Call our manager for full information. The new di iclopmeuts and the MAKES COLDS OR wonderful grow th of the electrical industry during; the year just closed GRIPPE VANISH bear out the ajsentions of many emiand inventors who nent claim the industry is as yet in its Surely Breaks The Most Severe Cold And Ends Grippe Misery In Just infancy and that the time is not far A Few Hours when nearly everything in distant volving the use of power will be You can surely end Grippe and clcctrifi-d- . break up the most severe cold either It is difficult to believe that a in head, chest, back, stomach or business which yearly manufacture-- : limbs, by taking a dose of Pape's more than $250,000,000 worth of Cold Compound every two hours un mncinery and apparatus is but an til three consecutive doses are taken infant. It is 'hard to imajnne what It promptly relieves the most mis;i child of this size would develop to erable headache, dullness, head and when limy matured, aim yet every uose stuffed up, fcrenshness, sneezyear shows that it is growing in ing, sore throat, mucous catarrhal leaps and bounds. In tea years the discharges, running of tho nose, value of the electrical products in- soreness, stiffness and rlicumatic creased by 130 per cent, and it is twinges. still growing year after year. Take this harmless C;rpound as Among Hie most notable develop directed without interference with ments in the electrical field during you usual duties and with the the year just closed can be mentionknowledge that there is no other ed the following: medicine made anywhere else in the Wireless telegraphy bus been de world, which will cure your cold or veloped until messages are being re- - end Grippe misery as promptly and eived between Saii Francisco and without any other assistance or had Japan, or across the Pacific Ocean. after-effecpackage as a r, The world's largest steam of Pape's Cold Compound, which any a Curtis machine of 30.- - in tho world can supply. 000 rated horse power, has been built Pape's Cold Compound is the remd put in operation at Ihe Water- sult of three years' research at a side Station of the New York Edison cost of more than fifty thousand dol This single generator lars, and contaius no puinine, which Company bv a steam turbine engine we have conclusively demonstrafed driven .vill generate enough electricity to is not effective in the treatment of supply the entire state of Delaware. colds or grippe. Single generators of 25,000 horse power have been built for large watThe nicest and most er power developments in the west. perfumes and toilet articles at the The Pharmacy Electric lighting has Keen vastly Brown-Proctorimproved. New lamps have been store of quality. produced and old processes improved1 until electric light is the best and cheapest artificial illuminant in the MA A R E IS world. Street lighting has been developed until many cities boast a "Great ANTICIPATED White Way" and night is practically turned into day in the business sects 25-ct- nt turbo-eneratote ia blow with terrific force al the far north and play "havoc with the skin, causing red, rough or sore chapped hands and lips, that need Bucklen's Defendant. Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes tho skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled By virtue of a judgment and order foe cold- sores, also bruises and piles. of sale of the Clark Circuit Court, Oaly 25 cents at All Druggists. rendered at the December term thereof, 1911, in the above cause, for the sum of Fourteen Hundred and Thirty-REAL ESTATE. One with Dollars, thereon from May 22nd, 1910, Farms for sale, Houses until paid and its costs herein, I and Lots for sale or shall proceed to offer for sale at the rent. Court House dcor in Winchcsiar, A specialty of Lot Ky., to the highest bidder at PUBLIC sales. AUCTION on Saturday, January 20th, 1912, at or about 2 o'clock, p. RATLIFF & undivided interest m., the one-haAuditorium Bldg. of Luther K. Henry, deceased, in and to the following described or parcel of land, Being a certain tract or parcel of 'land en South Main street nenr the Southern limits of Winchester, beginning at a point in the middle road, corner to of the Two-Mi"MOZZ THAN WLT" property formerly owned by Sid running thence with his line Insure iii through the middle of the lines fence South C8 minutes and 50 seconds E STROTHER'S poIes to a stone comer to 32 the property formerly owned by Sid OLD Elkin and John B. Noland; thence N poles to a stone FIRE INSURANCE ASD 20 J.-- 2 E 9 34-1division corner; thence N Co minutes REAL ESTATE AGENCY poles to a 50 seconds W 35 92-1Two-Mi- le Mfflca Fraternity Bide., PI cm 135 point in the middle of the road another division corner; thence along the middle of said road S 2 poles to minutes 51 seconds W 9 ira. r- - rams viirToi the beginning. st And if said undivided o.nw t.D.GWf "does not bring the sum of money B teuOMfcU above mentioned then the whole ol said property will be offered for sale, the above amount of money being a judgment in favor of the Winchester Bank, for which sum it is adjudged a lien in said judgment on said prop Clark Circuit, Kentucky. LILLIE K. HENRY, Administratrix, Plaintiff. "vs. HERBERT HENRY, ct al., lf to-w- it: ADVERTISEMENTS le a wtnl far a stefW aaarftm 2e a wart far Una aaaaaattfva la-aartiast, ftc. a ward far aaah adaTaaaf at-- a word aar amta. Scattarad kisartiMM, la par 10c Mrtta. vari a Hmmi feat iflMrtfaa. Uotklq htsarM far laai cants, Mathlfif aharajaA far iaaa tkaa D as baakz TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT ffna le El-ki- n; 8-- 10 RELIABLE 00 5-- cottage, gas dsturcs, Winn avenue $1 IJ10 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.50 3 room cottage, gas fixtures, Collegi-stree- t $12.30 room cottage, gas fixtures, Broad way $12.50 1 room cottage, gas fixtures, Broad- ;wU $12.00 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor $12.50 avenue 5 room cottage gas fixtures, Haggard $12.50 street 7 room cottage, gas fixtures, Haggard $15.00 street 3 loom residence, hath, gas, etc.. $30.00 Main street Office or small store room, Main $33.00 street Office, ground floor, Fairfax street, $10.00 Several flats, all modern conveni 3 room r 1 ences: well located; either first or half-intere- second floor; price right. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES FOR SALE Lot of clover hay. At the old Duerson place on Paris pike. W. B. Fox. LOST Wednesday afternoon a gold held pin attached to blue belt. Pin had an Amethist setting. Ffndcr please retnrn to llobbbin at News cfCce and receive reward. Clark County National BANh m wi xmam erty. , EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED) tions. Electric cooking has been adopted by the navy and all the new battleships will be equipped with electric ranges and electric cooking apparakitchen tus. The household thoroughy electrified until all the hard work, the lighting and the heat for the cooking range is taken from the electric wires. Electricity has been extended to the agricultural districts and today the fanner enjoys the benefits of light and heat and power. The hard work of the, farm is now done by the has-bee- WANTED ! We want to buy dressed or undressed Hens Eggs. and your Butter and When in need of any Croceries. don't forget that we have a complete stock of everything in this line. Your patronage solicited. Just phone your order in. eJ. W. HOLLAR Home Phone 214 E. Tenn. electric motor. 105 Electric railways have been ex tended further and further into the country, linking together the villages and hamlets, the cities and towns, until it is quite possible to travel from Boston to Chicago via the trolley cars. Steam railroads have been cars of electrified and type now operate on the the many short lines. The great industries of the country have been electrified. The wood working plants, cotton mills, steel plants, machine shops and factories of all kinds have adopted the electric motor for power and electric lights gas-electr- ic STOVES. t Buy a Moore's Heater and warm your whole house. We also carry a complete line of Goal Heaters. Air-tigh- for illumination. Every day electricity is set some new task. Now it is asked to magnetize a great steel disk to be usee1 in conveying a cargo of nails Jron the bottom of the Mississippi; or i must supply power to dredge the Alaskan sands for gold, or to drivi the huge mechanical shovels to dig a new and better canal across the Empire State. Swift as the vcrj lightning it must carry the message under seas or stop to drive the gre.V mills which forge the massive rail for the ever growing railroads. I must haul trains and drive sewinp machines, light the workingman'f cottage and turn night into day the length and breadth of Manhattan; it must cook the after theater lunch-- , eon in the electric chafing dish, ano smelt in a furnace as hot as the pit the very rocks until they yield ur their secrets and their valuables. I must drive the tiny lathe in the jewelry shop and haul the heavies Would be glad to show you our line. Our prices are right. FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY Immediately after making said sale, I will pursuant to the same judgment and order of sale, expose of Merchants, fm:n Accounts to PUBLIC SALE at the same place, " mi Tradsrs Solicited Legations Are Preparing Foreign the following described tract of laud For Trouble ' in Peking. Many All Points. Coilictlons Beginning lot No. 3 in Block 5 of Chinese Desert City. the Lot and Building Association Addition to the City of Winchester, Pckin, Jan. 18. The foreign legaCapital and Surplus of which is record tions are 'preparing for trouble in Kentucky, a plat oil in Deed Book 56, page 436 of the Peking Friday. Clark County Court Records; said The question .of the abdication of lot being situated on Brevitt street in the throne "will be discussed by the said city, fronting on said street Empress Dowager and the princes, j. M. STEVENSON about 34 feet running back to an al but it is thought thai Premier Yuan Attorney-at-Lalot of Laura Icy and adjoining Shi Kai will take part in the conWinchester, Ky Wright and on the North by Lot No. 60 S. Main St. ference. 2 of said block. A rising in the capital has been PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH For the purpose of satisfying looked for many times in the last few lion of R. )P. & R. M. Scobce, for Attorneys-at-La- w months and precautions have been the sum of $200.00, with interest dth Floor McEldowney Building taken in anticipation of it needless-"- y, thereon from December 10, 1909, however and the outbreak may Winchester, Ky. and their cost herein. lot occur Friday. But it has been Both of tho above described tracts 'ong expected that the Manehu of land will be sold upon a credit of would unite in a massix months. For the purchase price sacre when all hope had been vanthe purchaser, with approved surety ished. or securities, must execute bond A placard posted indicates that bearing legal interest from the day .he Mauchu threats may be fulfilled. of sale until paid, and baring the It calls upon all loyal Manhcus and force and effect of a judgment. Bid- Chiuese to resist the abdication of dcrs will be prepared to comply with j the Emperor to death. these terms. The 'street near the office of the I MP ALL THROAT AMD LUNG TROUBLES J. T. STOKELY, Jhine&e foreign- - board, at which Master Commissioner Clark Circuit GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY fuan Shi Kai resides, is heavily Of? MONEY REFUNDED. Court. j guarded by the Premier':, own men, jf whom it is said there are 3,300. FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! Many Chinese, who have not yet j Will pay you the Ilighest Cash . JlOO.OfO Capital ieserted the city are preparing for Prices for your Furs.. Friday, and prominent follow-jr- s light J. W. fflSEL Undivided Profits. 1200.000 of Yuan are taking refuge out-,iBridge Junk Shop, of their own homes, hoping that No. 23 North Mapie st. n the event of a massacre they .vill East Tennessee Phone 215, Home not be found. to-w- it: Mt n FOR SALE 300 shocks- - of fodder Will feed in pasture, straw stacks. Barbec Betts. -tf $350,000.00 FOR RENT Cottage of five rooms on College street; gas, electric lights and good stable. J. N. Home photic 150. Bush, FOR SALE The Big". Bun Coal, th best on the market; yards'on West Clark County ConBroadway. ll-28- -t struction Company. FOR RENT Two-stor- w y house -tf on Haggard street with gas and stable W. P. Azbill. FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A ftQU&e and andGUREthelUN6 acres In grass. J. Croxton, noma phone 813A. 10 -tf ll REDISCOVERY FOR SALE 75 Brown Leghorns pullets; laying now. Apply to Mr. Sam Jett, 127 Lexington avenur. FOR SALE Good Jcrey cows wiili young calves. P. Y. Drake, "Wi1 nchester, Ky. 71 FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrel. Home phone 813-A. -tf dc .Jg5 THE 1. Phone 596. ll-18-4- $100 PER PLATE vas paid at a banquet to Henry 'lay, in New Orleans in 1842. .Mighty costly for those with stoin-ic- h Today trouhle or indigestion. eoplc every where use Dr. King's New life Pills for. these tronhles as veil as liver, kidney and bowel Easy, safe, sure. Only 25 :ents at All Druggists. dis-lrde- rs. Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KY. N. H. WITHERSOON. A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. When in want of flower3, insist upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping your money in your home circles. POOLE & PTJRLLAXT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. -tf r H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS trains. No fast is too little or too larg For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven, Mich., a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, averted awful wrecks, hut a queer fact is, he might have been a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters had not prevented. "They cured me of kidney trouble and chills," he writes, "after I had taken other so called cures for years, without faeneflt'and they also CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. improved my sight. Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine." For dyspepGeorge W. Shep'nerdl pastor. Ser-icat Court House. S.raday school sia, indigestion, all stomach, liver ):30 a. nv Preaching at 11 a. m. and kidney troubles, they're without ' cts ind 7:00 p.m. Prayer meeting equal. Try them, Only satslO-t- f All Druggists. iVednesday at 7:30 p. m. at es FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home pholie' 232. -ff President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. FOR SALE 500 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the Shock. .7. H. Croxton, Home phone 813--tf J lnvv SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. RMbM 7K MAtt flours rn DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. rwai WINCHESTER. KY.