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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 20, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912012001_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 20, 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. fc THREE EDITION THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, (912. between western points and Florida AUTOMOBILE GOSSIP winter resorts. HEADLESS BOD Y Automobiledom of the country has Train Conductor L. J. nnrris, of Atlanta, was in the icar end of th'c been concerned the past week with the great national show held at train and was unhurt. IS DISCOVERED Matlison Square Garden, New York, visitors coming from tho far west and south in such numbers that al) Tied Between a Blanket and A MatSALE OF former attendance marks were overtress by a Clothes Line. Rope topped, passed Under Knees. i WEATHER Fair Saturday; Sunday Warmer VOLUME 7; No. 78. 2 CENTS A COPY; plenty of defenders of his course in tfic Harvey incident, among them E. O. Wood, National Committeeman for Michigan and Alfred Lucking, former Congressman from the De- 10 CENTS A WEEK HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS SOLD SATURDAY OVERDOS EOE STRYCHNIN E Harry Woodruff is conscious And is Hospital. Found Uncen-Ne- w OF TOBACCO troit District. Mm. lap . StrHf. FTm (2.50 to 140.00, Will BMKh Active House all Kent Week aid m H WADED THROUGH Dying in Site it Merc FLOYDJORTON The sales of tobacco were resumed Saturday morning at Mr. It. A. Scobcc's Loose Leaf Warehouse, between 75,000 and 100,000 pounds There was a large crowd present and bidding was active and strongc and prices good.. The quality of tobacco was nothing extra. Green and frozen ranged in prices from $1.40 to $2.50 per hundred. Same of the better grades brought as high as $25.00., The sales according to the amount paid by the basket, were: J. S. Stone, one crop of fair grade, colory tobacco at the following prices per hundred, by the basket: $25; $20; $18.75; $10.75; $10.75 $8 and $5. Ed Rye; crop of fair colory tobacco, at from $3.10 to $13.25. O. & Haggard; one erop of dark and green tobacco, from $2.90 to $7 per hundred. J. II. Haggard; two baskets, $3 and $1.40. .Claude Rayborn: one crop at from $3.20 to $10 per hundred. W. L. Thompson ; one crop of common tobacco, at from $3.80 to $7.25 per hundred. F. M. Poer; one crop of medium colory tobacco at the following prices, per hundred, by the baskets: $4.90; $3.20; $4.80; $5; $6; $4: $5.10; $6; $7.75; $8; $8 $9.25 $7.75; $13; $13.25; $12.75; $13.50: $11.50; $9.75; $8.75; $7.40 and $8. W. S. Kendall, one basket of dark tobacco, at $4.70 per hundred. J. W.. Jewell; crop of dark and nondescript, at from $2 to $7.25? TutUIe & Vauglit; one crop, at from $3 to $9.75 per hundred. jt Asa Kidd; one crop of low grades, Auctioneer Watts Reports a Fair- -j Sized Crowd Present Friday And J. A. Frazier and Son; crop of Prices Were .Good. medium tobacco at from $4.20 to Auctioneer IT. It. Watts reports $9.25 per hundred. the sale, of Mr. Floyd Ilorton, near J. II. Itainey; one small crop of fair, colory tobacco, at from $G.75 Pilot View, on Friday, January 19. Among the prices are the following: to $14.50 per hundred., harness mare, $155. J. C. Swope; crop of medium buggy horse, $10 L djrk tobacco, at from $3 to $9.50 per 1 yoke of aged work oxen, $70. hundred. Cow with first calf, $40. Vess Dixon; small crop of dark Several other cows brought irices, tobacco, at from $2.50 to $10 per $24, $29. $45 and $25. hundred. 5 scrub steer calves $13.50 each. S. L. McKinnney; crop of fair, 0 yearling steers, $17 each. colory tobacco, at from $0 to 11 long yearling steers, $21 each. $13.50 per hundred. 10 yearling heifers, $15 each. Arthur Brookshire; one crop of 4 plain fat cows, $3.05 per hun dark tobacco, at from $2.90 ti dred pounds. $10.75 per hundred. 14 fat heifers, $4.75 per hundred Brookshire & Brandenburg; one pounds. crop of dark tobacco, at from $2.60 14 medium heifers, $4.25 per hun- to $7.75 per hundred. :lred pounds. Wm. Adams; one small crop of Sheaf rye $10.50 per ton. dark and green tobacco, at from Com in crib. $3.80 to $4 per bbl. $2.00 to $9.75 per hundred. Corn in field all averaged $2.80 to Immediately following the sales al f2.90 per barrel. Mr. R- - A. Scobee's House, the PlanFarm implements brought good ters' Loose Leaf House had a sale prices. selling between $150,000 and 175,-00- 0 , A fair-size- d crowd was present in pounds. pite of the bad weather. One of the best crops that was sold was Mr. S. B. Redmond's, of SLAYER OF JESSE JAMES 2,925 pounds, which brought an avARRESTED FOR FORGERY. erage of $23.32 per hundred. Several crops brought from $20 Bowling Green, Ky., Jan. 20. to $25 per hundred, arid some few Clarence Ford, nephew of Bob Ford. crops brought as high ns from $27 layer of Jes.--e James, was arrested to $30 per hundred.. One basket it Glasgow Junction Thursday after brought $40. noon on a warrant, charging him There will be sales every day nest with forgery. The warrant was tak-- n week at this warehouse, excepting out against him by Virgil Scott, a Saturday. Bowling Green meri'iant. Not fewer than 300,000 persons, it is reported, passed the turnstiles in the period mentioned. Comparatively few, however, from this territory have been able to make the journey to the Metropolis, much as they may be interested in the mo- at from $4.40 to $0.75. tor car. For such the occasion shortly to he offered for visitors at automobile show that, in some respects, is honestly' declared shall bo superior even to that just closing in the East. Wo refer to the Cincinati aute exhibit, to be thrown open to the public on Monday night, Febraury 111,, and continned over nine full days, the first six devoted to pleas-ar- e ears purely, the other three to the motor truck. A number of Ohio enthusiasts, who passed on entire week at the New York show, are unanimous in stating that the one scheduled for Cincinnati will excel it in at least two particulars; first, in the v superior quality and beauty of decorations, which really are far in advance of anything yet attempted for the pur pose: and secondly, in the all 'round attractiveness of tho various dis plays. So wide spread is interest in and enthusiasm for this event become that inquiries for information have been recorded by the committee in fchargo from nearly 100 outlying cit ies. Apropos, it may be said that many of the star features of the New York show, as they relate to special bull.l cf cr.is, will bu tiaiisfcrieu bodily to Cincinnati, among them a n number of thoso remarkable minutely dis- chassis, that are so sected as to show the progress of a drop of gasoline, from the moment it enters the tank, clear through every part of the mechanism, until it exhausts in vapor by way of the muffler cut-ou- t. cut-ope- THREE BODIES ARRIVE HERE jured, had a aniracnlous escape ,and was saved only by falling trunks that formed an arch above his body and blocked other baggage that would ne- . J. ELOQUENT TRIBUTE PAYS To Memory ,Jmt,, have crushed him to death. The gro porter, Mack Clayton, of tin passenger train, was instantly killServices Will Be Held Sunday Over ed, as were three other negro pasRemains of Charles And Amanda sengers, Charles and Amanda Morgan and Florence Johnson, servants Morgan And Florence Johnson. of Mr. David Thomas Matlack, of The bodies of Charles and Aman- Winchester, Ky. Both engines were entirely demolda Morgan and Florence Johnson, ished and the baggage and negro of Mr. D. T. Mat-laccolored sen-ant- s who were killed Thursday morn- coaches of the passenger train were All the other cars reing at Jonesboro, Georgia, in a rail- derailed. were brought Ito this city mained on the track and passengcrs road wreck Saturday morning on the early train, in these cars were only slightly Matlack, bruised. by Mr. accompanied who had gone to Atlanta, where the It is believed that the collision was shipped following caused by Engineer Clarke's misunbodies had been the accident. The large crowd of derstanding of orders. The crew of colored people who were awaiting the tihe northbound freight train had relrrival .of the train attested the ceived orders, it is said, to pass two popularity of the victims with their sections of southbound freight, No race. The funeral of the three will 10. Engineer Clarke had passed the be licld at the colored First Baptist last section at Lovejoy, and it is church' on Sunday afternoon. thought that he mistook the second Mrs. Matlack, who section for the South Atlantic limited Mrs. Kerr and train, with Believing the traes: clear of him were on the saddened by the loss of their he pulled out of Lovejoy for the run hearts continued their to Jonesboro. When in half mile of faithful sen-ant- s to Florila. journey this place the South Atlantic Limitof Wreck. Details ed, one of the fastest trains in the 19. A head-o- n south, dashed around the curve. It Jonesboro, f'a., Jan. collision l.etween the southbound is believed that Engineer Clarke saw "South Atlantic Limited,' one of. the the oncoming train, for there were Florida tourists trains, handled be- evidences that he jammed on his tween Atlanta and Macon by the emergency brakes, but, was unable Central of Georgia, and a north-boun- d to jump before the impact came. He mile south was badly mangled underneath the freight, one-ha- lf depot at 1:15 debris'of his ensrinc. The track was of' the Jonesboro o'clock- Thursday morning, resulted cleared shortly after noon. The South Atlantic Limited is op in the death of Engineer William freight train, erated between Cincinnati and Jack Clark, of Macon, of the and four .negroes on the passenger sonville, with Chicago connections. It is brought to Atlanta over the train. Engineer Collins, of the South At- Louisville and Nashville tracks, is lantic. limited, applied his air brakes carried to Macon over the tracWsTof, and jumped to safety. His fireman, the Central, and is then routed 'to TSi JfcWhorter, was badly hurt. Jacksonville, via Tifton and jWav Aubrey Pnckett, of cross. Mggtge'Master A. The train carries extensive tra Park wo was slightly in- k, - of General Robert E. BLUE GRASS LEAGUE Lee, at Observarce of 105th Anniversary of His Birth. TO HAVE 130 GAMES Iiu.'iflrcd JMon. Kv.. Jan. 20. The one and fifth i nuiversary of the Virth of General Hubert E. Lee was ntttingly celebrated ly the United Daughters of the Confederacy and their friends at the Courthouse Fri- lay night, where a large number of patriotic men and women gathered to icar again the life story of the reat and gallant Virginian. v Hon. John M. Stevenson, a prominent attorney of Winchester, .vas the speaker of tho occasion and ilelivered an eloquent address, giving i brief history of th- - life of the jrreat soldier, and paying a glowing tribute to his memory. He recalled the days of General Lee LcCoie the Civil War and recounted his many deeds of bravery and kindness. Mr. Stevenson was introduced by Mrs. Prank Atkins, president of the local branch of the U. D. C, and spoke for about an hour, holding the attention of his auditors from beginning to t Decide on Directors Schedule to Begin May I Continue Until September 4. One-Seri- es And ,'t-e- Jlr. btevensou, in a clear and elo- immediately quent voice, which caught and held the attention of his audience, began with the childhood days of General Robert E. Lee and continued with a brief account of the more important incidents in the life of that notable character. Mr. Stevenson's address was greeted with generous applause and th e meeting was closed with the ben- ediietion by Rev.- O. J. Chandler. BIG RUN There will be a big run of all kinds of cattel at Hamilton's Stock Yards Monday (court day). aJnuary 22. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 20. A meeting of the directors of the Blue Grass League was held in tho olfic of the Lexington .Baseball Club Friday, with all teams represented. WATTERSON IS The meeting was called to order at 11 o'clock by President William Neal of Louisville. The representative of E OLD MAN each team signified his intention of remaining in the League and the withdrawals which were rumored to According to Governor Woodrow be probable sometime ago will not Wilson, of New Jersey, But No .... J)....... Answer is Made to Attack. The finst matter agreed upon was c schedule for the Detroit, Mich, Jan. 20. Governor for the season of 1912, with one series the Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey. season to open May 1 and to last was Viesieiged all Thursday afteruntil September 4. , . noon and evening by newspapermen, Lexington will again this year who begged him to make answer to have all Sunday games, the other Colonel Wattorson's. attaek upon liim Sunday games being played at for cutting loose from Harper's Weekly and George Harvey, but he Frankfort, Maysville an'd Paris.' Those present were: President steadfastly declined. "Ah, yes, Mr. Watterson is a nice Bennet and Secretary 'and Treasurer Stockton, of Richmond: II. H. old anan, hut I have no reply to make Phillips, of Winchester; Manager J. to him not n.v," was the B. Coleman, of Frankfort; President most that could be get from him. Bacon, of Paris: President Russell iqjveanor Wilson .winked sagely and Secretary Somner, of Maysville as he spoke. Governor' Wilson intimated, howPresident T. A. Sheet3 and Manager ever, that he had reviewed the Wat'Hogan Yancey, of Lexington. terson statement thoroughly, and when he had considered the situaCARD OF THANKS tion from every angle he might isMr. and Mrs. W. D. Owen wish sue a statement in reply. " : Governor Wilson was lionized by to thank (their friends for their kind ness daring tho illness and after the Democratic" politicians, who gatherdeath Ibfilfc-s- . Owen's mother, Mrs ed here from every quarter' of the state.to consult with him. He found JenmejGaHW. 130-gam- PASSES HOUSE According to the missionary, he and his wife were compelled several Seventy Votes Cast For Measure WILL PROABLY PASS times to wade through blood in the And Opposition Is Only Able Te journey from Eantang, Tibet, to the. Muster Nineteen. French province of Tong King, ChiBill To Increase Per Capita of Dan-vili- e na. They arrived Thursday on a Frankfort. Ky., Jan. 20. The School of the Deaf is FavorJapanese liner. County Unit bill, extending the local ably Reported. "The story of the isolated pro- option laws of Kentucky to all the vinces in Northern China is one that counties alike in which a majority of Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 20 The Education Committee of the House will shock the world, once it is told," the voters may desire local option, Friday reported favorably the bill said Mr. Ogdcn. "I was sent to Ti- was passed by the House of Repregiving women the right to vote in bet six years ago as a missionary. sentatives of the Kentucky Legisla"The warlike Tibetans have taken ture by a vote of 70 for the bill and school elections and making them up arms ami are using the revolution 1!) against it. to election as school officers. in China as an excuse for plunderThose voting for the County Unit It is believed the bill will pass. ing and pillaging. There is far bill were Ahl, Asher, Bean, A. V. The bill to increase ihe per capita more to be feared, as far as the Bertman, T. M. Bertman, E. Bishop, of the school for the deaf at Danare ccncerncd, from the Blades, Brewer, Bowling, Burton, ville from $140 per year $150 per Tibetans than there is from the Carroll, Ohinn, Chunn, Collins, Dickyear was favorably reported. Manchus and Chinese.' Eggleston, ey, Douglass, Drewery, Elder. Farmer, Farm, Forgy, Gaines, A,T Gregory, nail, Hamilton, Hammond, Herrington, A. B. Holland, Howell, Hunter. Huntsman, Jackson, Keller, KILLED AND WOUNDED OF ITALIAN GIRL Kelly, Kirk, James A.. Leach, James Albert Leach, Lockery, Mahin, MatGen. Alfaro Was In Yaugache. Police Believe The Black Hand Has thews, Middleton, MeCIure, McCub-bi- n, Weunded During the Fight, Which For Some Reason Taken A GuarNichols. Niles, Owings, Palmer, Was Very Severe. dianship Over Her . Parker. Paxton, Pogue, Polin, Reed, Schoberth, Scott. Shawler, Sinclair, Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jan. 20. . Chicago, Jan. 20. James Luce is Smith, Stamper, E. B. Thompson, men were killed Over a thousand Thurman. Watkins, E. B. Wiley, D. wonnt'ed in a TfeJtlc Thursday at wing Friday in the People's HospitYagar.he, to thcW.ortheast of this al. He is the third admirer of Mary AY. Wiley, Williams, Wilson, YanPalgalli, a pretty Italian girl, shot cey, Young, Speaker Terrell. Total citv. mysteriously within the past two 70. An army supporting tho government under the command of months. The two ethers, Joseph Those Who Opposed the Bill Gcncr-i- l fonmerly Salvo and Camilla LaRosc, are dead. Juilio Andrade, Those voting against the bill were Eucarrorian minister to Columbia, Both were shot under circumstances Athcrton, Berry, Hiram Brown, Walt attached and defeated an army of that have not been explained shortly lace Brown, Clay, Gray, J. W. HolGuayquil troops supporting the after they called on the girl. One land, King, Knight, Knh, Meyers, provi ional government proclaimed was found dead in an upper room in McCrca, W. A. Perry, 'Price, Robertjy G:.n. Montcro under the command a tenement near the girl's home. The son, Rogers, Sphan, Stoll and C. B. other was found in an alley near by. Thompson. Total 19. of Gui. Flavio Alfaro. Ge:u JAlfaro was wounded (hir The girl herself seems to be in terror. There was never the slightest s ing vnrv severe. In Luce's pocket a note addressed , "n"-- ' doubt that the bill would pass the Gen. Eloy Alfaro has now been to the girl warning her she was in House when placed upon its passage appointed commander in chief of the danger was found. and the real fight of the day was to Guajaquil army. Police believe the Black Hand has delay the vote on the bill by recom-mitin- g for some reason undertaken a guarit to the committee on County dianship over the girl.. I'nit and Public Morals. St. Louis, Mo. Jan. 20 The headBLOOD CHINA less body of a man was found in an alley ash can on North Ninth street in "tho Black Hand district" by Carlisle (Ky.) Missionary to China Friday. The body was tied Reaches San Francisco. Tells of between a blanket and a mattress Conditions. by a clothes line. The knees were drawn up and the hands were under n, San Francisco, Jan. 20. J. C. them. A rope had been passed una Christian church missionary der the knees a second time. Apof Los Angeles, arrived hero Thurs- parently the head had been cut off rl'i. lite fimlt.. n i nnn after, rather than before, the body mile journey through China and Ti- had been tied. oet, in wnieh all narrowly escaped death. an Og-de- Owenbnro, Ky.. Jan. 20. Harry Woodruff, formerly of Louisville, was found unconscious Friday morn mg, the result of an overdose of strychnine and morphine, and now is dying at the hospital. It is thought the drugs were taken with suicidal intent. His father. Henry C. Woodruff, formerly of Pewee Valley, is critically ill of heart trouble. COUNTY UNIT BILL 'S SCHOOL VOTE CHINESE ROYAL FAMILY Widespread Panic Prevails Throughout Capital While Debate Was Taking Place. London, Jan. 20. A dispatch re reived 'here from Pekin announces that the Chinese royal family Friday accented the rcbeL terms and abdi- cated the throne. Representatives Atherion, Robert son, J. W. Holland and Smith led the fight to. recommit the bUI, while Rep resentatives Niles, Owings and Me CIure made the fight to put the bill tn its passage and end the agony. TO CONDUCT INSTITUTE. Superintendent E. C. Darnaby, of the Winchester Public Schools, will j conduct the Clark County Teachers Institute, this year. WINCHESTVS JDrli IlUbll.t; jut Pekin, Jan. 20. Widespread panic TOO LATE TO CLASSfY throughout the capital prevailed Friday while the imperial family was THE LYRIC in conference' debating whether the Manchu dynasty should abdicate. Git a Horse. (Lnbin.) Chinese agitators scattered over the The Cabin Boy. (Vitagraph.) city spread rumors that tho Manchus (Essa-kay- .) A Western Redemption. had decided to turn their troop; on the unarmed natives and massacre Auld Lang Sync. Wednesday. them. As a result thusands fled in terror. The conference opened on WANTED Plain sewing. Mrs. Cliff Wednesday to determine whether or West Broadway. Broadns, 2L-bow to not the reiging family should the will of the republicans and abdi cate the throne that they have oc FOR RENT 6 room cottage on College street; all modern convencupied nearly three centuries, was iences and a garden. Call Home Cityi at resumed in the Fobidden phone 320. ..noon. , 1 . a Ay 3r THE WlNCHESf EftHEWS. ed after , educated in the right way, given a chance to be sellVrespeetiug, cncouiaged to improve his condition. The following deeds and transfers were recently recoivled in the County Claim's office : J. M. Hodgkin to Win. McFields, lot in Poyntcivillc for $233.36; Louis Woodford to Martha Williams, house and lot on Highland .street price private; Jus. Bell and wife to Andrew Rueker, house and lot in Poynterville, for $.130; Jas. Taylor to Geo. Boone, lot in Poynterville for $150. Drs. Tyler and Holmes performed an operation on Mrs. Sallie Buck-lier- 's foot, this week. Revs. G. M. Mqore will preach at the First Brptist church tomorrow, and II. C. Baker at Broadway. The sick Mrs. W. II. Allan and Mrs. Ed Turner. Mrs. Mary- - Bailey (nee Roekhill) of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mrs. Her hnsb.ind, W. E. 'Franklin. engineer on tihe Thomas Bailey, is an 'Big 4" railroad. Miss Lena Adams, clerk of the Broaday Baptist church, was buried from that church "Friday, funeral by Rev. J. S. Henderson. The offieevs of the church actod at pallbearers . Miss Adams was a young lady whose beautiful Christian life is worthy of emulation. Mrs. Amanda Yates fell Wednesday night wbile going to church and broke her arm. The many friends of Mrs. Carrie Bell Ramsey are delighted at her a serious illness. Jack Virion, the father of Mrs. Garfield Bell, was buried at Elkin Monday, We join the public in deploring the untimely deat hof Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. 'Morgan and Miss Flor-enc- e Johnson, who were among our .very best colored citizen. All were members of the First Baptist church. I5y their industry they had accumulated two beautiful homes. Charles was a prominent member of the Odd Fellows and K. of P. ledges. It is a source of very great pleasure, indeed to see with what high esteem that these people were held by our white citizens. II. M. Pillsburry, owner and manager of Baby Jack. the ehampion roller skating bear of the world, will appear at the Hippodrome skating night,, giving a wonderful exhibition with his trained bear. Baby Jack, skates alone, waltzes, smokes, dresses in full dress suit with cane, and many other funny stunts. Baby Jack is now appearing at the Auditorium Skating Rink and has created great excitement among the patrons . Hon. II. D. Hunter, the Representative from this. Clark county, introduced the following bill into the Legislature, Thursday: Act providing for holding thirty farmers' institutes in this state annually for negroes and appropriating $3,000 yearly for this purpose. and The remains of Charles Amanda Morgan and Miss Florence Johnson, vicitms of .the Southern Railroad, arrived at 4:58 The sad Saturday morning. triple funeral will take place at the First Baptist church tomorrow Several .hundred of our people paid their respects to the deceased by meeting the train at the depot. Post cards from Mi?s Elsie M. .Master.-o- n. Rev. II. D. Colerane and Prof. E. S. Taylor, wiho arc making an educational tour through the South, reports Tuskcgce as a great school.. The purchase of the Court View Hotel property by the Council for a City Hall met the approval of the colored people who are tax payers. WOMAN C W. Si Mce. niucli" of the great WINCHESTER NEWS of business 14! t'ac country IOe-111 semi-publ- ic South Main Street, Kentucky. Winchester, Daily, Except Sunday. s "Entered as second-clas- matter, November 28, 1908, at the postoffiee m 'Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mall. Dafly,(one year Biz Months One Month $3.00 1.50 .23 RATES: Payable in Advance. AlVEimSIMt amy RATES: is that while 'the conductors of that business always lcok after their own interest, nobody has been looking after the interest of the people. T!:c fi:e in- -' sura:wc huisuess is pccularily a pub lie business. It is a business that the public virtually does with itself through the instrumentality of the insurance companies, which in equity have no right rto pay themselves for for the transaction of this business more than it costs them, with a reasonable remuneration for the labor and reasonable profit for their capital. TJie insured arc now comitir.d t!:r.t tie undering to r.r--writers arc not the only ones who should have a voice in that business; hence the laws, similar to this one proposed for Kentucky, which arc already in effect in several other 2c COLORED COLIN CHARGED WfTH STARVING "PATIENTS Miss Claire Williamson and Her Sis ter, Dorothea Williamson, were Alleged Victims. (W. W. Banks, Editor.) Booker T. "Washington is a millionaire. New York State now lias a negro regiment. A negro park is claiming the attention of the Park Commission of Dallas, Texas. The will of the. late George W. Smith, colored, of Brookland, II)., was probated last week, his -- estate was valued at $1G,000. He lived on a well stocked and improved farm of 440 acres. It is said that a large delegation of colored men will assemble at the Republican National Convention to protest against the of President- - Taft. The $03,000 cotton seed oil milis operated by the negrofs of Mississippi is proving to bo a success.. T5ie annual report of the State Bureau of Industrial Statistics of Pennsylvania, shows that the negroes of that state own real estate valued at $20,000,000, in the city and of Philadelphia $2,881,275, Pittsburg .$1,437,000. The valuation of church property in the state is $3,100,127. ' The white people of the north have become aroused over the treatment of the negro in the south, Editor Oswald Garrison Villard, of the Xew York Evening Post, said in addres-in- g a meeting in Chicago the other night. In his appeal for opportunity for the negro, he cited the lattcr's economic value, his moral right to demand a chance, and pointed out a danger in retrogression of the negro race. Economically, he rated the negroe-hig- h as the accumulators in fifty BaiikruDt Sale Under order of theFederal Court for the. Eastern District of Kentucky, I am retailing- the stock of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt. Now is your chance to buy your clothes at r - states. cditioa. times, within on week. . Om week, continuously Om calendar mo., eoatinnonfly- few weeks, 4 titaea a week.... fear weeks, three tuna be week. femi weeks, two times a week. . RaaAng Notices Per Line: fkno ........ .f .2S .50 1.00 3.00 2.40 1.80 L20 .76 Imaumi notices, body typt...7c Pvw reading, news heading... 15 three euntinuous insertions of same rate. fktm at doable the one-ti-- foar weeks, one time a week CtMsfM-- Par War.: 6m ineertioL, any edition lc Three insertions continuously .. 2o Eaek tisree additional insertions. c 6m ealendar mo., eontinnonsly. .10c tTetking counted less than 10 words. ..No item charged oa books for RAPE'S DIAPEPS1N Sum tbaa 26 cents. niS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOKCIGB ADVERTISING BY THE No objection to such a Inw can be urged on the ground that it would create an arbitrary power over the insurance business. Every decision of the State Board under the law would be appealable" to the couris. It would merely act as a vehicle of publicity and an umpire between the insurers and the insured as to the That it reasonableness of rates. would result in the benefit of the insured withont wrong to the insurers has been demonstrated wherever such a law is in force. That the people of Kentucky are entitled to have such a tribunal and that no legitimate insurance business could have sound reason for opposing it, is beyond question. i Jan. 20. How Claire Williamson, a wealthy English woman, starved to death under the immediate care of Mrs. Ira Bui field llazzard, a sanitarium keeper, whoxit is alleged wanted her money, and how Dorothea Williamson, iistcr of the dead woman, was rescued a delirious living skeleton by her childhood nurse was recounted Friday by Presenter Frank J. Kelley to a jury trying Mrs. llazzard on a charge of murder. In April, according to the prose-ehtiothe sisters who had put themselves in Mrs. Ilazzard's care 'February, were taken to Ollala. where it is asserted, Mrs. llazzard induced Claire to add a eodiail to her will, endowing the Hazzard sanatorium with $125 annually anil obtained an order on a bank holding funds belonging" to the Williamson sisters. Claire died May 10 literally reduced to skin and bones. No notification was sent to relatives, but a family nurse in Australia hearing of Claire's death ti Chi' found Dorothea a living spectre. Mrs. llazzard, asserting that the girl was insane, already had applied to be appointedv,gnardian of Dorothea and administrator of the estate Mis;; n, Seattle, Wash., ht LESS THAN COST Sale is now going on! Bvery article in the store must be converted into cash at once. The stock consists of Men's and Overcoats, Boys' Suits, Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters and all kinds of furnishing goods. rlSIffljrt ! FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM- POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE" Mr. Jas. McCaffcry, Mgr. of the Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, because it cures in every case. "I have used it myself and I have recommended it to many others wi.o have since ttold me of its great curattivc power in diseases of the throat and lungs." Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a reliable family medicine. Give it to your children, and take it yourself when you feci a cold coming on. It checks and cures coughs, colds and croup and prevents bronchitis and pneumonia. Re fuse substitutes. For Sahvby Ail Druggists. TWO COMPANIES BE Bflth Arc Located in Louisville And FOR BAD STOMACH NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN AL. THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Indigestion, Sourness, Gas, HeartReEasily burn or Dyspepsia lieved in Five Minutes stom- Take your sour, ach or maybe you call it Indigestion Dyspejsia, Gastritis or Catarrh of er years of .100,000 homes 2,10,000 LEWIS it. A STATE INSURANCE BOARD (From Courier-Journa- l) Conditions are ripe for some uch legislation" as that proposed in the bill recent! introduced in the General Assembly for the establishment of a State Insurance Board. Such a board would be constituted of the State Insurance Commissioner and two other members 'to be appointed by the Governor, and its duty would be the regulation of fire insurance rates in Kentucky. out- W t rfitv !f..' The bill, no doubt, ivas the come of be existing controversy between the Louisville Board of Trade and itlio Louisville Board of Fire "Underwriters relative to the reasonableness of the rates maintained by the latter organization. A committee of the Board of Trade insist-tha- t" these rates are much higher than is justifiable, as based on the conditions that should control these rates and as compared with actual rates elsewhere. This the Board of Underwriters denies, but when confronted by the request of the committee for disclosure oC the jufoi-maition which those rates are supposed to be fixed, flatly refused this request. The State Insurance Commissioner is then enlisted in the effort to secure this information, and he, top, being turned down by the Board of Underwriters, the case i taken out of court, resulting in a judicial decision that under the law creating the Insuranco Commissioner iie has no power to compel flic production of the underwriters' basic 'Pending an appeal of schedules. The fine Jersey bull, Billy Goou'.o?, this decision to the higher court the will serve cows at $2.00, money due matter is carried to the Legislature, at time of service. the contention being that, if the peo.B. A. OGDEM. ple by their government representatives have no legal right to the in 111., Charles Duham, Lovington, formation sought by the Insurance has succeeded in finding a positive Commissioner, they ought to have; cure for bed welting- - "My little boy and moreover, ought to have a "great wet the bed every night clear thro' deal 'more 'than such a right. Hence on the floor. I tried several kinds the bill provides that permanent of kidney medicine and I was in the State Board shall have power not drug store looking for something dif only to inquire into the data on ferent to help hitn when I heard of which fire insurance rates are fixed, Foley's Kidney Pills. After he had but to enforce reasonable rates. taken them two days wc 'could see a The step is .merely a logical de- change and when he had taken velopment and demand of the times. of a bottel he was cured. That The people are fast awakening to the is about six weeks ago and he has .fact 'that the reason there has been not wet in 7ed since,' For Sale by All Druggists- so much, onesidencss in the conduct on two-thir- Stomach; it doesn't matter take your stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist and ask him to case of Pape's open a let you cat one and Triangle and sec if within five minutes there is left any trace of your former misery. The correct name for your trouble is Food Fermentation food souring; the Digestive organs become weak, there is lack of gastric juice, and you become affected with loss of appetite, pressure and fullness after eating vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping in bowels, tenderness in the pit o stomach, bad taste in mouth, constipation, pain in limbs, sleeplessness, belching of gas, biliousness, sick headache, nervousness, dizziness or many other similar symptoms. If your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts you, or you belch gas, or if you feel bloated after eating, or your food lies like a lump of lead on Deaprtment of Agriculyour stomach, yu can make up your of the State ture. mind that, at the bottom of this there Revs. Jas. Ray and II. D. Colerane is but one cause fermentation of will occupy the First Baptist church undigested food. for soveral cekf whlIe Dr Prove to yourself in five minutes- - P"1 that your stomach is as good as any; Fisher is away engaged in a revival. Henry Miller killed nearly 400 that there is nothing really wrong. season. Stop this fermentation and begin eat- hogs during Prof, and Mrs. J. II. Garvin, Mrs. ing what you want without fear of Mary E. Taylor, Rev.. H. D. Colerane discomfort or misery Almost instant relief is waiting for :"1'1' tIle cU teachers attended the n you. It is merely a matter of how Alabama Farmers' Institute at 'cck . kegce, you take a little Diapepsin. t The interesting meeting in prog- . ress at Clark's Chapel will conclude NOTICE 30-ce- nt Dia-peps- in 22-gra- m 'hog-killi- farms, worth $200,000,000, and a total of $000,000,000 worth of property, lie characterized the ncgo n- a national resource, that required' only encouragement, equality and a chance, instead of rebuff, deprivation of 'rights, under the statute and com imiji law, and repression, to make i! a valuable 'asset. Mr. Villard enumerated wherc mub rule had met with lega1 acquiescence and one where it reand ceived executive approval, pleaded that his hearers use their influence to "substitute the door ol hope for the ironb'ouiiil- fence of de spair as tne condition tno negro. must face in the fture. "Tho Boy Problem," is the name of a book recently published by Prof. T. J. Smith, of the Versailles City Schools. Harry Lane, a colored farmer of Alason county, has been awarded $2.1 by the Lincoln Institute, as second in the com raising contest among the colored farmers of the state. He produced 88.84 bushels to the acre. He also received $23 additional from Commissioner Newman, I HIPIOIt Receive r. SYMPSON, k GEO. H Mana fler. and REID, F8!, Salesman. Mm IW Sales Ladies. rink-Mon- day TO tion and TheNew Depositor Id this bank may b assured of direct personal attenprompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve you thai we may.prora he quality of onr banking service. We invite you to call and see us. r'--iving Are to Take Place of Those cently Mustered Out. ' Re- Citizens NalioeaS Winchester, Ky. Bank Sear Court Houvj. ed Frankfort, Ky.. Jan.. 19. Orders for the mustqring into service at Louisville oil January 10 of two new companies of the Kentucky National Ellis. Assistant Adjutant General. Gun id were issued by Col. J. Tandy Ellis Assistant Adjutant General. Both companies are located in Louis ville, ana are to taic tne places ol companies mustered out for failure to come to the required standard of efficiency. William K. Capcrtou aiul Daniel Carrell are to be Captains of the two companies. This is the second step toward building up a new regiment in Other companies will be mus tered into service from time to time. and it is hoped to have a full regi ment in the field by the time the State encampment is held. Loni-;-villc. Corner Main and' South Court Street. COMING , FOR ONE SOLID WEEK OPERA HOUSE The Big City Show THE FAMOUS Tus-soo- HARVEY STOCK CO. In a repertoire of new high-claplays and vaudeville. up-to-d- ate ss " royalty tomorrow. We arc in receipt of a letter from Tom Cowan, who is doing well in Los Angeles, California. Jerry Taylor has added another carriage to his undertaking outfit. Tho ipcnny lunch system wits introduced in the colored schools of Lexington this week with great suc!3 cess. Governors and other leaders from several Southern States recently" conferred in Baltimore on labo industrial conditions in that section and decided to make the most, the best ofits negro workers in the first big duty of the south. It is the mostjdiOicult problem before the nation. It can not be solved by the effort to drivefthe negro out ; lie "will jot be driven out. He must be look- 1 THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE FURS! Will pay , FURS!! you- - FURS!!! the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs.. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Sbfp, No. 23 North Mapie st. East. Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. . ll-18-4- CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. George W. Shepherd, pastor. Services House. Sunday school 9:3() a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. ind7:00 'b. m. Prayer meeting: Wednesdayfat 7:30 p. m. satslO-l- f at-Con- is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. To cure la grippe coughs take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It. . E.. (Fisher,- Washington, Kas., ;ays: "I was troubled with a severe attack of la grippe and nothing 1 used did me any good and I was threatened with pneumonia. A friend, advised me to use Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and I got some at once. I was relieved from the very first. By the rime I had taken three bottles my la grippe was gone. I believe Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to be the best medicine I ever used and always keep a bottle with me" . For Sale by All Druggists. OPENING PLAY The latest success in military comedy dramas. "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 eve ning. SPECIAL PRICES .SEATS 10c, ON SALE AT STROOE'S 20c, 30c. DRUG STORE. 53v SJ"il , SUBSCRIBE FJDRJHE NEW: Xlie News A I -- 4 i)F STERLING SILVER . THE WINCHESTER NEWS. PateTftrw. PUBLIC RENTING i 1 6 THE NEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN to-d- a'. Is the colonial pattern of It's simplicity of i i ti j uuuiuL-- anu leiinement oi atcorauion manes it appropriate for use with any other colonial silver, old or new you mav have. Call and sec this new . Is alcohol a tonic? No! Does make the blood pure? No! Does it strengthen the nerves? No ! Is Ayer's Sarsaparilla a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pure? Yes! Does it strengthem the nerves? Yes! Bv asking vour doctor vou can learn more J. C. ArcrCo. j anout tms iamily medicme. Follow his advice. lwell. Mm KARVEY STOCK COMPANY AT OF INTEREST TO CITY AND COUNTRY Ask Your Doctor it REAL ESTATE. CUSSfED GOUiMN JEWELER C H.BOWEN OC OPTICIAN OPERA HOUSE ALL WEEK. Manager Dinelli, of the Winchester Opera House, takes great pleasure in announcing that he has secured a popular priced attraction of which he knows to be the best and largest repertoire company ever playing this city, the big city show, the famous llanvey Stock Company. This is the company's fust visit to tiiis city, and Mr. Dinelli is to be complimented on securing this attraction as he neither spared time or expense in booking them. The llaivey Company is an organization ihat has the undisputed rec-ot- d years without losof thiee ing one single performance in that time, their plays are the latest royally successes, and one can depend jii attending one of tIieirNpeiTorm-tucc- s that they are going to witness a play that they have never seen before in connection with the drama of the evening, tliey will offer high-clavaudeville between nets, doing away with those tiresome waits, so often occurring. They have their equipown scenic and mechanical to make ment, in fact everything their productions complete in every ss I will rent at public outcry on Court day, Monday, January 22, at' 11 o'clock, a. in., in front of the Court House; about GO acres- of cultivating land and 2j acres of gra land. It has on it a good dwelling and all other necessary outbuildings. All of this land is river bottom land. - Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or rcrt. t CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE! ic a ward fir a 2c a woi-- i for Um MTfc ilfb A specially of Lot sales. BLOOMFIELD icrtlonj. Kic. a word far auA sertloB. 8 RATLIFF s ' IETY ... i -, ng ii Messrs. Clay and Jas. Boone at- Wlllte 3Iiss Emily Lu- - feuded the funeral of their unfit, White, ot Jiionuioiul, to Jlr. Col. 11. h. Edmonson, in Lexington. Rhodes Eubank, of this county, was ! Friday. r solemnized Satimlay afternoon at Mr. Lee Ratliff, of Carlisle, lionie of the biide in an impres- her sister, Mrs. Kuv Smith. ' mvc manner. Cant. S. M. Boone ntfiui.li.il tl. 3Ir. Kubnnk's home is at Pilot funeral of his cousin, CoL R. E. EdView, and he is a popular and pro-i?rmonson, in Lexington, Friday. Mi-- s farmer, 'flic bride is a loveBerriia olitj--- ; of Owing-vill- e, ly lady, and is widely popular.. is her Mrs. G. P. f. lMr. and Mrs. Eulunk left for a trip to Covington, where they will Mr. Janice llcadley is in a serious visit the groom's niece, Mrs. Aithur condition at his home at Nayden's J. Shackelford. Lorner, this county, as a result of Upon their return. ,tbey will be a broken hip received by a fall Friat home iii this county. day. Mis Annie EppeiVoii, of Millers-bur- g Hisses Grace suul JIatt Garrett College, stopped here Friday, who have been attending Georgetown en route to her home in Ford. college, have leturned home for-thMrs. Win. Huls, of Lexington, Is reaiainedr of the year. visiting here. Mr. L. II. Bryan, of North Middle-towMr. Barnett CheiTault, of Richi the gue.--t of his brother-in-lamond, was in the city, Friday. Mr. F. S. Kerr. Mrs. F. S. Kerr and little daughFURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay yoir the Highest Cash ter. Mary Frances Kerr, of Winchester, have retained home after a visit Prices for your Furs. with Mrs. Kerr's mother, Mrs. J. C. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shoj Bryan. No. 23 North Maple fel Mr. and Mr.--. Joint E. Garner have. East Tennessee Phone 215, Ilom. relumed front a visit to their daughlAsIievillo. Phone 590. ter. Mr.s. X. F. Clienrs, in Alabama. Mske Use of It. Mrs. Tom Carr and daughter, Oor-diSome weak people are so sensible ot arc guests of Mr.--. D. W. their weakness as to be able to make good use ot it. tUDanK Washington. C, Jan. 20. ton Whitney, Chief of the Bureau of Soils, of the United States Department of Argiculture, has advised the Southern Commercial Congress that ho will be present at, the Fourth Annual Convention, of the Congress in and Nashville, Tennessee, April that he will preside over a U. Mil0, Ts situated 1 mile cast of Jackson Auditorium Bldg. a wore, par bmHl Scattered kiMrtkM. Ic 10c paTMri m Insertion. lorry in Madison county. Parties desiring any further information call on or address: 'II. CLAY IIODGKIN", care Winchester Bank, Winchester, FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS always give satisfaction becau-- e they always do the work. J. T. Shclnut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills with greal satisfaction and found more relic! from tfieir use tha nfrom any othci kidney medicine, and I've tried" almost all kinds. I can cheerfully recommend them (o all sufferers for kidney and bladder trouble." Folej Kidney Pills will cure any caso ol kidney or bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. Xr medicine can do more. Fo:-- Sale by All Druggists. RED CROSS DAIRY FARM Dr. M. S. Browne Has '.ttothloi Insartti (m cmU. Xnihk.i cJursti far hu than E5 TRACY "MORE THAN WET fr m ai ksafcs Ky. Ai STOKELY FOR RENT ." jj lac mariinge of i ou ng M-t- YVy-.ol- n. ll-18-4- e, As the question oE maintaining soil fertility is the most crucially important question to all mankind, md as comparatively few agrcuUur-ilist- s have yet learned how to build the importance of this conlp ference will be. immediately appreciated by both eountiy and city alike. Managing Director Dawe will confer withMr. Whitney as to the general p nigra m and peakers in this conference. Several points will be brought out. di1st The South's astonWiiug versity of soils. 2nd The extraordinary amount of unoccupied land in the South. 3rd The methods of maintaining and increasing fertility, both jjjril" tud without the use of conunereial detail. fertilizers. For the opening performance Mon-la- y Jth Adapting crops to soils. evening, January 22, one of the 5th The lmilding up of soil. !ale.-- t successes in military society Attendance on the Congies is ci.nicdy dramas will he the offering. ipcn to all. Special rates will prc-a- il This "The Girl oE the on all Southern road.4. day is not one of those blood enrd-'in- g but one that yon an safely attend without fear of inyt'iing that, is not elevating. Ladies will be admitted free Mon-la- y The Sensible Overnight Remedy For night, if accompanied by a paid Sensible People. escrved scat ticket bi.itght before f your stoiu-ic- h After yon hae up-Seals arc now or it. in. Monday. with pills, powders and vile ale at liic iiniial place. Prices are n of and still retain K' cents. 21) cents and :!() cents. .hat terrible cold, do what thous-ind- s of sensible people are doing. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! '' ' anelo-draiiias, ct nos-'ruius -po.-es?io- Insure in STROTHER'S room cottage, gas fixtures, Winn avenue $11.50 5 room cottajre, gas fixtures, College Fifty Head o Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fin Machinery Installed. Since the opening of 1912 Dr. M S. Browne has bought' about fiftj head of cattle; Jerseys, Holstein-an- d grades, and has been receiving by rail, from the great daily regions of the Middlcwcst, machinery, mills, shredder, ensilage cutter, engines, separators and appliances necessary lo the complete equipment of a moddairy plant; capable ern, of furnishing "certified tnilk'' products, and is now about ready t( have such a daily put in operation at the old Karsiier homestead, neaiV the city, and on the Colby pike, on his 230 acre farm, known as ''The te room cottage, gas fixtures, College stteet $12.50 FIRE INSURANCE A5ID mom cottage, gas fixtures, Broadway $12.50 REAL ESTATE AGEN0Y 1 cottage, gas fixtures, Broad-,w- ii loom Kfflca Fraternity Bid;., Plione 1S5 $12.00 "i room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor $12.50 avenue 1 room cottage gas fixtures, Haggard V BIS. BAar Q $12.50 street Cmdiia fruit tM nwr 7 room cottage, gas fixtures. Haggard n.Tca: C UjU 0Ms$15.00 street 3 room residence, tatb, gas, etc., $30.00 Main street Ofiice or small store room, Main $35.00 street Ofiice, grmnd iloor, Fairfax street, $10.00 Several Hat?, all modern conveni- "i " W - OLD RELIABLE street $12.5() Clark County e'ii-c- : d well located; cither first or Recounts and ot Msrsiiants, Farmers Trailers Solicited Iloor: prico right. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES cr Cdiecto Mi m A!l Point!. Capital and Surplus FOR SALE Four extra fine pnre-bsingle comb White Leghorn pullets. "Will sell cheap is sold at (mcc. office. .Apply to. Hobbins- - ?350,000.00 at this J. iO M. CTEVENSON Attorncy-at-Law FOR SALE Lot or clover hay. At the old Diierson placo on (Paris pike. W. 15. Fox. LOST Winchester, Ky. Wednesday afternoon a gold attached to blue belt, l'iu had an Amcthist setting. Finder please rctnrn to Rpbbbins at News ofiice and receive reward, held pin Do this: Griirgsby-Karsn- cr Place." luEtmsl FOR SATURDAY 1 A CGURTBAY Into a bowl three quarters full o( 'joiling water pour a scant leaspoon-i- l of I1YOMKI (pronounce it High-)-mcover head and bowl witji a owel and breathe for five luinutes No. 23 Xorth Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, Homi 'he soothing, healing vapor thai irises. Phone 596. Then go, to bed and awake with a dear head in the morning. 'IIYOMEI PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Iocs not contain opium, cocaine or AH kinds of stenographic work at iny harmful drjig. A bottle of IIYreasonable prices. Miss Alice Moss, OMEI Inhalent cots 30 cents at it Moffett & Spencer's office in Fra- Phillips Drug' Store and druggists Guaranteed iverywhere. for ternity Building. asthma, croup and catarrhal deafness. THREE COLORED PATIENTS pay you the Iligiiest Casl Vices for your Furs. " J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop Will e) ll-18-4- h, Children's Coats, values M iftQ W&$0 nil tn $7 50 nnw ' A Robert Murray, colored, to Lexington, where he will be a tient in the colored ward of St. was-take- OF INTEREST TO ENTIRE SOUTH paJo-Sp- h Hospital. Another negro who was al?o suffering from frozen feet was taken to Louisville. Willie Wade, who was thought time ago to have smallpox, is well and has been released from the county jail. A "Smooth-Faced 1 Silk Waists in all colors, Mesca0 line 'jTaffeta, Chiffon and ) f Today the expression " a smooth faced man" means, of course. In com mon parlance, one who shaves and does not wear a beard. But a hundred years ago it was used to describe one who had not been pitted with small pox. Thus does the changed use and meaning of a common expression In dicato the days when smallpox was a common scourge. Enough to Vex a Saint. We often wonder how St. Peter ever gets rid of the female spirits who want to stay and arguo it oui with him. Chicago Record-Heral- Man." Dresses, in Serges and Velvet, values up to $10.00, ft J fir now Washington,. D.C., Jan. 20. Ilen-- y S. Graves, Chief of the Forest service, will ire.-id-e over a Forests Conference in Xashville, April This conference will be held a part s, j the Southern Commercial then in session. tMr. Grave--vi- ll with the Southern Commercial Congress in bringing in Xashville those who can ;ive the best advice as to maintaln-n- g the forest leadership of the outh and rendering its forests a onstant source of wealth. To the s, ionference all lumber men, and Southern legislators .vill be invited, to consider legal and itbcr means of forest perpetuation. "Icd-Cros- s Dairy Farm" for busiV.ving to the great destruction aris-n- g ness By that day. x front insect pests ami fires, the naintcnaiico of Southern forests national importance, because of the rapid decrease cf forest area in the United States. 0. Con-itescr nianu-aeturerx, of Xonc 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 to the production oC high-clas- s milk, for the supply of Winchester's milk drinkers. The owner has the (promise of the aid of Dr. Rob't. Graham, head of Veterinary Science and Serum production at State College, and was aided by Dr. E. S. Good, head of Animal Husbandry, especially in selecting registered Ilolsteins. Mr.-WiAbney, an active young business man of large experience, has leased the above place for a term of years, and will run it in conjunction with the oyier. For the present, his brother, Mr. Chas. Abney, a practical sanitary dairyman, aided by his wife, will have the management, and invites all prospective patrons, as well as all persons interested in securing a pure mill: supply for Winchester, to visit and inspect the premises, cows, si'ables. water supply, feed, grazing lots, milk room, etc.. which will be open to the public after G a. m. Monday, January 13. Also, after this hour all orders for cream whole milk and butter- .aiilk given over Home phone SOD-will receive prompt attention as they shall be ready to open up the new S. Main St. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Attomeys-at-Law i5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE of fodder Will feed in pasture, straw stacks. Barbec Betts. 300-shoc-tf FOR QUICK FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tha best on the market; yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. ll-28- -t struction Company. FOR RENT Two-stor- SERVICE AND REASONABLE y honse on Haggard street with gas and stable W. P. Azbill. FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A hftOSt and 10 acres in grass, J. H, Croxton, Home phone 813A. PRICES when your pipes freeze and flood your bath room oany other work in the plumbing, tinning or gas fitting, also gas mantels, globes, stove pipe, elbows, etc. Call Home Phone GOT. FOR SALE Good Jersey coxs with y young calves. P. Y. Drake, Winchester. Kv. FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrels. Home phone S13-S-tf Hi 19 N. Main Street When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flower3, Thereby keeping your money in your Jtomc circles. POOLE & PURLLAXT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. -tf MEN din-d- FOR SALE 300 shocks pf fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Homo phone 232. AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. Ini A. IM. DOMSB, rhufsday, Friday and Saturday, Jan., 18th. 19 th and 20th. Manager. WINCHESTER BABY JACK World's Champion Skating Bear. Matinee Saturday afternoon. FURS! FURS!! TURSM! Will pay you the Hlgcest Cash Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ljut wants joar money and valuable tfmaexreri-mfntinit- b uncertain treatments, but Our When afflicted' with THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating ,and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. Terms-Cash o FOR SALE 500 shocks of good com. A barrel to the shock. J. 11. Croxton, Home phone 813--tf jwu hi? nxrlnzt lu UoiM ti! I. i, UIBIMTf job B "7W BT.tlaea4Bttfcria. ar Den t W lack cf mi '- - i w "j. n yoa cot werk jo cn trrmntc Jjy n? mall profmloiiftX fte lattr TfolvMortlaae COME TO US. wit fnnl Hoa rsm TH. OAs Mmm ( 9UtA eta kerp rif hi cu fclltuln jrr wart. oortmtment " ll-18-4- Elks Building Both Phones 304. 61 Main Street : i BIoomfield'fetliff1reps L D.B. SCOBEfe, Mgr. : - LOOK! SEE! Top can jpt one dozen of those fiae 'fMos at Earp's Stndtq at ieduccd 'priced the remainder off V JUiiHT ttcuscnt. TartccoH. 8Irietirf. BVaX Sre. flkla DbeaM, vr ipekl lilaat tor hubB knnrioiirarlosa tbe trttmeu cf dnxglnm dMUrs mil job m itmimt! cillt tmiu4 itow kt lUotty njei uco&kt can be cam br Tf PhimoK I!dmo-tr- . PirilMB, Rhnivstttm, , DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. Flftk r;!UrRi XTtcm. ur au irtiiiiiti,iaiiilu ua Ci ItarMUnMir MMhf. WINCHESTER. KY. H. LJG!LBERT IfMRC H & CO. uxtimu MN-SmtiJ- ist 581 WaJnat SC, CUclaaaU. O. PMMI 37 Tues-Th- No Bitinf. "Don't you bHere J "Not If tkey teeth In tnem? kind filled, with sold." an H wh , - ' $20,000 Worth ; "V. Of Dry Goods Must H Be Sold In Six Days. DISSOLUTION SALE OF MR. CURRY RETIRES FROM BUSINESS i TO CONTINUE ONE WEEK. Monday, Jan. 22nd, to Saturday, Jan. 27th. Special Minute Sales will take place at various times throughout each day of this Sale. For want of space we quote you only those for Tuesday. Many of our regular customers out in the country have been prevented, by the severe cold and unpassable roads, from taking advantage of the matchless bargains we have offered for the past two weeks. Extra Specials, On Sale As Long As They Last. $2.00 Satiu Damask 9 to 9:30 Hope Cotton 10 yds to A. M. a customer. 3 c yd Further Reductions, Greater Bargains Than Ever, Faster Selling Are The Orders For This Week. Clean, Fresh, Crisp (Extra Size) Counterpanes, 98c 69c e, 10 to 10:30 A. M. 1c each Hemstitched Handkerchiefs not over 4 to a customer. Entire Stock Of High-Gra- de Included In This Sale. 1:30 to 2 P. M. yds to a customer. Goods. Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton 2c spool not more than 4 spools to a customer. SySc Apron Gingham not over 2 c yard 5 The Best Calico at 2j4c yd and other Minute Specials will be' announced in the store for Monday selling. Watch papers for announcements of each days' Specials. Furs, Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Silks, Dress Goods, Blankets, Comforts, Underwear, Linens, Cottons, Furnishings and Notions nothing reserved, positively every article in our entire establishment has, "Sale Price" marked in plain figures and will be sold just as quoted. Read every item listed here study the prices, list your needs for a year's abundant supply then come prepared to find the greatest, grandest wonder-workin- g bargain event of which you have ever dreamed you'll not be disappointed. of Homespuns, Scotch Cheviots Ladies' Shirt Waists. and Serges, in plain tailored effects Ladies' Waists, Val and Lace All Wool Tailored Suits in a and fancy silk trimmed. In this Former price $1.00. variety of styles in the smartest of lot are Suits worth upto $40.00. trimmed. Sale price Former colorings and models. Sale price Ladies' Silk Waists of Taffeta, priceio.oo. Sale price Ladies' Tailored Suits, embrac- Messaliues, Marquisette and ChifLadies Tailored Suits in every shape and model, from the plain ing all the newest fashions, in an fon, colors, Gray, Blue, Coronation Former price $6.00. tailored to the fancy trimmed. A endless variety of exclusive models and Black. dozen distinctive styles in the col- in Broadcloth, Cheviots and Serges, Sale price lection, in Serge, Cheviot and made in the plain tailored effect, One lot of Net Waists, Cluny Basket Cloth. Worth up to S25.00. and strictly hand made through- Lace and , Messaline trimmed, out. Former price $35.00 Sale worth upto $S.oo. Your choice Sale price. One lot of Ladies' Tailored Suits, price. 164.1 9 $1 $1.00 Nottingham Lace Curtains One Lot of Diagnal, Rajah and colored Taffeta Silks. Former price $1.00 to $1.50. Sale Price Many Extra Specials in the Dress Goods Department. Our regular $6.00 and $6.50 Guaranteed Silk Petticoats Pure Silk Messaline Petticoats Newest Styles Tan, White and Grey. Former Price $3.00. Sale Price Black Heatherbloom Petticoats. Former price $. 1 00. Sale Price 25c Box Writing Paper. yard-wid- 49c $3.75 $1.69 69c 1 1c Stock Mast Be Sold Must Be Sold Quickly Ladies' Tailored Suits. OUR GUARANTEE. We Guarantee every price, every statement here made. Goods exchanged or money refunded if you want it. All good offered are our regular stock notfi) e ing but merchandise from the foremost American and Foreign manufacturers. Entire stock included, everything goes, nothing held back, nothing reserved. All goods marked in plain figures both the former and sale prices all will be sold just as quoted. CURRY DRY GOODS CO. high-grad- Profit Sacrificed In many cases much of the cost in order to make the pace still faster. A complete settlement of Curry Dry Hoods Co's. business affairs must be made by Feb. 1 , at which time Mr. Curry leaves for the western coast. $20,000 worth of goods positively must be sold this week, to do this quickly prices have been many, far below Cost. reduced and Will you profit by this unprecedented, this matchless saving opportunity ? $3.98 $9.98 49c $3.98 $7.98 9.98 This Week Is Tour One, Last And Only Opportunity To Save Money As You Never Saved Before. Wool Dress Goods. m, , X, Challies.Serges.Pauamas, andVShepherd Checks plain and fancies. Former price 50c. Sale Price 3 9c yd h all Wool Serge, 42 and Panamas, Fancy Mohairs, Henriettas, "in stripe checks and solid colors. Former price $1.00.' Sale Price 7 9c Genuine Imported Corduroy in Navy, Black, Tan and White. Former price 75c. Sale Price yd 36-inc- h 44-inc- 39c n The world renowned and Royal Worcester Corsets. Ladies' Cloaks and Jackets. Newest designs and lengths. Extra Special $1.00 value. Sale Price 7 9c Black, Tan and Spring Jackets in Fancies strictly 1.50 value. Sale Price. all wool worth up to $12. Sale value. Sale Price. 3.00 One lot of odd Corsets, worth price Cloaks 54 inches up to $5.00. "Sale Price 9 8c in Ladies' and faucy colors, long, with solid large collar and cuffs. . Former Gloves. price $12. 50. Sale price Ladies' Black Cheviot and KerExtra Special One lot of Long Reynier Kid Gloves, slightly spot- sey cloaks, also genuine Caraculs, ted, worth up to $3.50. Sale Price Former price $15.00, Sale price.. Bon-To- Table . Linens. 19c yd to $2.49 yd. 9 Underwear and Hose. Buy Underwear and Hose at prices lower than you ever expected to pay. Ladies' and Childrens Fleece lined vests and pants. 25c value. Sale price 19c Munsing Vests and Ladies' Pants. Former price 50c. Sale Price 50c Union Suits Ladies' Munsing Union Suits Vests and P.mts. Fleeced-ribbeor Lisle. Former price $1.00. Sale Domestics and Sheetings. Best quality Simpson Prints. 36-inc- $1.19 2.19 $3.69 $6.98 Laces "and Embroideries. ,.- . One entire table devoted to this line, including Nainsook Insertions, Flouncings, etc. - 1000 yards of Val laces, worth uptoioc. Sale price . 2 c yd . 25c Embroideries. Sale price.. 1 9c yd Sale price.. .'v50c Embroideries. 3 9c yd Sheets and Pillow Cases. r 27 inch Flouncings, eyelet and 42x36 Pillow Cases. Former 'embroidered, hand made, perfect Sale Price scallops, $1.00 value. Sale price. . price 8c 69c yd 42x36 Extra Quality Pillow Cases. Former price 25c. Sale Corsets. 1 5c Price One lot of new style corsets. by - yards Seamless Sheets Former price 50c. Sale Price torn size. Former price 75c. Sale .'.39c Price -f- Our regular $1.50 Kid at Sale Price Kid Gloves in Grays, Tans and Blacks, $1.75 Sale Price 8 Button Kid Gloves and Tans. Former Price Sale Price $1.19 $1.29 -. $1.79 54 inch Imported cloth, Plush and Caracul Cloaks, rich fabrics and positively of the Whites finest tailoring. You can not help values. but becharmed when selecting one Former price $25.00. of them. Blacks Sale price $1 $2.50. Gloves, 98c $9.65 Black Broad- 4.98 Ladies' Tailored Skirts. Ladies' all Wool Skirts in plain and fancy mixture, colors and styles of the most approved fashion. Former price $6.00. Sale price Ladies' All Wool Tailored Skirts in Black, Blue, Grays, and mixturesin plain tailored and fancy Former price $10.00. trimmed. Sale price i2c. $3.89 2i 59c $6.89 72 inch German linen table Damask, silver bleached. Former yd price $1.25. Sale price. 72 inch Pure Irish table linen, beautiful designs. Former price 1 . 1 9yd $1.50. Sale prices Bleached Mercerized Napkins. Former price, dozen 50c. Sale price 39c doz 20 x 20 Pure linen lable lap-kiuFormer price doz. $3.50. Sale price 9 doz Price 79c Munsing Underwear Wool and Towels and Toweling. Silk and Wool. Former price $3.00. Iluck Towels, fancy Sale Price 34x27 Sale borders. Former price Ladies' Silk Price 7yc Hemsdorf dye. and Liile Hose, Former price 50c. 45 x 22 Bleached Huck Towels. Sale price 39c Former price iSc. Sale Price. 11c Best Quality Ladies' 3lack Silk heavy Huck and Turkish 36x48 Towels. Former price 25c. Sale hose. Former price $1.00. Sale 1 9c price Price Ladies' and Childrens Black and Crash Huck Toweling. Former Sale Price . 6 &c yd Tan Hose, double heel and toe. price Former price 15c. Sale price 11c Ladies' Fast Black jHose also Infants Bear Skin Coats. Tan and Colors, splicejl heel and toe. Former price 25c. Sale $5.00 Quality price 19c 3.50 Quality 7.50 Cloth and Caracul Coats Furs! The Reliable Kind. American Sale Price Domestic. and 89c ...$ ,..39c 39c d s. $2.7 2. $2. 19 89c 8c. . $3.98 2.79 . 4.93 yd Sale yd Price Utility Brand Dress Ginghams new patterns. Former Price 10c. Sale Price Best quality Percales, light and dark colors. F'ormcr Sale Price. . yd price Outing Flannels, light and dark colors solid and stripes. Former price 10c. Sale Price ... 7 c yd h Brown Cotton. Former Sale Price. . . 6 c yd price Lonsdale and Masonville Bleached Cotton. Former price 12 c. Sale Price 8 yd Silk Ginghams in Plaids, Checks and Stripes. Former price 25c. 1 2 He yd Sale Price 9- - 4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting. Former price 25c. Sale 1 6c yd Price Bleached Pepperell Sheeting. Former price 26c. Sale Price 1 8c yd 10- - 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting. Former price 30c. Sale Price 2 Oc yd h Hope 4c 6c 9c 7cyd 36-inc- h 2c. 36-inc- 8c. 36-inc- h Jc 1 9-- 4 f All Persons Still Owing Accounts Will Can You ? Will You ?. Please It Is Now or NeverThis Make Complete Settle- ' Sale Positively Closes IO P. M., Saturday, Jan. 27tiL Dare You ? In Justice to Yourself, Miss This Great Savin); Event. We Expect Yo Week or Not at All. Delays Are Dangerous-M- ay To-Da- y. We Pay Railroad Fare On Purchases Of $25.00 And More. ment This Week. Sale Prices Are CASH Prices. t . 1 xzs lui (ivv. fjffiTflT f REMEMBER Entire Stock, Without Limit Or Reserve Is Inclijded In v X fc OtrS Winchester, These Prices Are ren For CASH Only.