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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 22, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912012201_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 22, 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. 79. HE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, ISI2. LUCY EVANS PROPERTY TO BRING SUIT IN COLORED, WOMAN WEATHER Fair Monday Ntyit and Tuesday. 2 CENTS A COPY; (0 CENTS A WEEK t MR HENRY BUYS RENTS FOR $207.50. BABY JACK IS E BEAR - ft r (. Clark Circuit Court, rented the Lucy Evans property, colored, on the L. & E. railroad, on the back, edge of Master Commissioner J. T. Stokely Poyntcrsville, situated partially in Proves Tco Much For Wrestling OpSells Property on South Main lac corporate limits cf the city, for ponent, Ana Convulses Audience $207.50. This property rented last Street For $1,560. By His Wonderful Stunts. year for $1(50. Mr. E. E. Loumis was the auction One of the largest crowds ever TJie undivided st in tbc eer. een at the Auditorium gatheied Sat piece tff property on South Main unlay night to see "Baby Jack," the street which was sold bv Halter little, bear,, show his skill on roller Commissioner J. T. Stokely Satur- NATIVE OF CLARK day was purchased bv Mrs. Luther Mwwes. uver j,juu ncKets were sold. Henry for $1,560. But about the A house ?iu lot in "Mt Abbott PASSES AWAY getting did you hearYes, indeed. bear CATASTROPHE arrested? The addition brought $27)0. R. P. and police arrested him because he was R. M. Seobec weie the purchasers. bear and the law savs clothes must Mr. E. E. Loutnis was the auction IS AVERTED Mrs. Ellen Chenault, Daughter of be worn. cer. Mr. Loumis has recently lo With shoes on his "bear" feet cated in this city. He has had ien Sanford Thompson, Dies at The Bruin is some skater. The crowd By years' experience as an auctioneer Presence of Mind of Jas. Lemons Age of Sixty-fou- r. loudly applauded when "Baby Jack" in Northern Kentucky and is quite Engineer on L. & N. Train No. 33, put a little brick yard blossom on popular. News has reached this city of the the mat two times out of three in Which Jumped Track near Flandeath of Mrs. Ellen Chenault, widow a wrestling match. agan. of Dr. Jason W. Chenault, who con INVESTIGATION ilucted a school for boys in Louis Had it not been for the presence FINE THREE GAITED ville tor many years. Her death of mind of Jas. Lemons, engineer on L. & N. train No. 33, Southbound, OF BANKRUPTCY was due to pneumonia, following a HORSES ARE SOLD many short illness, at the home of her people would probably have daughter, Ma-s- . Charlton Rogers, of been killed when that train jumped Irvington, a suburb of Indianapolis. the track Saturday afternoon a lit Of R. Frank is Made by Creditors, Mrs. Chenault was 04 years of Matlack & Shropshire Sell "Naughty tle on the other side of Flanagan. And Criminal Prescution Will Be ige. blie was a native of Clark-Marietta" And "Heart Breaker" When the train left the track Lem county, and formerly was Miss El- ons threw on the emergency brake Instituted. At Prices Said to Be Over the en Thompson, having been the and reversed his engine, thus prelaughter of Sanford Thompson, n venting the coaches from being hurlFour Figures. An investigation of the bankprominent resident of Clark county. ed over an embankment, which was ruptcy of R. Frank, who until reUntil the death' of her husband. Matlack & Shropshire have sold directly in front of the place where cently operated two clothing which occurred fifteen years ago, "Naughty Marietta" and "Heart the wreck occurred. As it was the in this city who took the bankrupt they lived in South Second street, Breaker," two of their finest three- - train ran for one hundred jards on law, was held by tlie creditors. whore Dr. Chemxult's school was sit- iaited horses, to B. S. Cat!es and E. the ties. The morniug session was held in uated. For a 'short time she lived F. Spriiigs, respectively, of New No ono was injured. Trucks the office of Jno. M. Stevenson and with her daughter, Mrs. Edmund York City, at prices, which, although under several of the conches' were the afternoon session was lield in Nasii, of New York. Two years ago secret, were said to be over four broken and new ones had to be subthe office of Pendleton, Bush & Bush. stituted. Thirty witnesses were examined he went to Indianapolis and took up figures each. her residence with Mrs. Rogers. The wreck .was caused by a broken 'Naughty Marietta"" was the and twelve attorneys representing Mrs. B. F. Watkins. a daughter. champion thrce-gaitc- d fl.iar'? on the saddle mure Every creditors were present. Among those car left the track but the engine. present were: Mr. As.hcra.ft, of the if New York, was notified several of the stale last year. The accident occurred at 1:45 p. lays ago of her mother's illness, and "Hcait Breaker" was also a House, of Cincir Credit Clearing he arrived from her home a day thrr m. The train is due here atj.0:52 horse. Shropshire and nnati; and II. H. Glaze, of the iPink-erto- n prior to Mrs. Ctienault's death. Mrs. Matlack had owned her only a short I a. ni., but was running an hour and Detective Agency. Xash, who was in Savannah, al-- o time but. by many s':e was said to' be j forty minutes late. In order to make Tlie testimony showed that in the was notified. The dead woman had the equal of the famous "Naughty up time the train was running bemonth before closing, between $2,800 no other children. tween fifty and sixty miles an 'hour Marietta." and $4,000 was taken in at the stores All traffic on tho road was susThe body was taken to Richmond In a full cover page the "Saddle None of this money, with the exceppended until 9 p. m., when the train ind burial took place in the family md Show Horse Chronicle" shows tion of $300, which was paid to relwas lifted on the track. The passburying ground there. ix picture of "Naughty Marietta" and atives as payment for alleged loans. engers were compelled to admire the rives the following comment: cduld bo accounted fcr. "This mare is oi:e of the most scenery of Flanagan and vicinity for Ctlr. Levis lLiinptoii, Receiver in beautiful ever produced in Kentucky seven hours and fifteen minutes. The FUNERA L Bankruptcy, has made two trips to ird is of regal breeding, being sired train carries a diner, 'however, and Cincinnati to demand the property. were fb'y Highland ay, the groat sire all, except tho impecunious, Mrs. Frank denied that any property owned by James' Gay and' son spared the sufferings of hunger. HELD SUNDAY had been concealed. Wrecking crows from Paris and of Pisgah, and her dam was With a mandatory injunction and Covington were sent to tho wreck. Lady Hon by Foirest Denmark, the order of seizure issued by Judge nooatora biock Cochran, of Covington, the Federal Bodies of Charles and Amanda Mor- - premier sire at Farm, Mt. Sterling, Ky.", Marshall seized several hundred doE TARY gan And Florence Johnson Are llars' worth of property from Mrs. (Frank's home on West Fifth street. Laid to Rest in Colcred Cemetery. MASON Newport, which had evidently been GIFT ENJOYED taken from the .stores in this city. The fir-s- t triple funeral ever held Criminal prosecution will be started u this city took place Sunday af- CLERK According to the Receiver, a credernocn wflien the bodies of Charles Mr. G. Lee Wainscott" Presents to it statement made by Frank on Aug- - uul Amanda Morgan and Florence News Force a Case of His Deliusi i, suowea mat me assets ex- Johnson, the colored servants of Mr. cious Product, Roxa-Kcl- a. ceeded the liabilities by $2,000. The and Mrs. D. T. Matlack, who were William P. Dickson Passes Away in petition in bankruptcy gives the as- killed Thursday morning in i railMaysville, as Result of Attack of Mr. G.. L Wainscott presented sets at $15,000 showing a slipping road wreck at Jonesboro, (!a.,' were , e. V in the assets in five months of interred in the colored cemetery. Heart Trouble. case of his delicious product, Roxa-Lvol- a. $17,000. The funeral services were held i'l , The following note accomFrank paid all debts to local the' colored First Baptist clmreh, Maysville, Ky., Jan. 22. William panied the much appreciated gift : creditors. which was filled to overflowing. The P. Dickson, 43 years old, clerk of Miss Goldie Perry, crowd which had gathered to at- Mason county, died suddenly here Winchester, Ky. tend the services was probably the this morning about 11 o'clock at Dear Miss Perry: APPOINTED INTERNAL largest ever in attendance at a col- he home of Hamlet C. Sharp, where As you and the rest of The News ored funeral. Nearly all the color- he was rooming, from heart trouble. force have such a splendid taste for REVENUE INSPECTOR ed lodges and secret societies at- For fceveral days he had been com- the best things, I am sending you the plaining, but nothing serious was tended in a body. very first case of Roxa Kola made The three bodies were carriet in thought of his illness, being able with our new machinery, and we are Mr, C. H. Duty Gets Appointment yiq'perate hearses. As .the profes- to attend to his office. sure you will find it the very best Upon Recommendation of Repre- -' sion passed through the str :ts He was bem in Germantown and Coca Cola you have ever tasted. We people looked with wonder : ad had lived here all of his life. tried several bottles on different one-b- y sentative John W. Langley. This was Jiis first term of ofiice to sadness at the unusual sight of comparison with tho original Upon the recommendation of Rep- a whole family being burled at f ie which he was elected after a strenu- Coca Cola, and every single person resentative Langley, of Uie Tenth time and with one ceremony. 1 ie ous fight in the Democratic primary, pronounced Roxa Kola tho best . defeating A. F. Wood for the party Kentucky District, the Comuiission-e- r burial took place in the colored ce We will have a lot more new nomination. of Internal Revenue has appointequipment before our spring opens ed C. II. Duty, of Winchester, The man carried $1,000 insurail Mr. Dickson was one of the mct and will have a much larger, and betan internal revenue inspector. Mr. payable to his wife and the voi popular and clever men in the coun- ter output than we ever had. Duty served with the Republican carried $300 .payable to her jrusbai ty and his sudden death is a severe Trusting you. and your force will Campaign Committee during the revictims The unfortunate shock to the entire community. enjoy thiscase, I am with the great. V ftts salary t ait lit ul sen-ant- s cent state campaign. He was never married. He is sur est respect and were njr,3 will be seven dollars a. day. most respected colored vived by three brothers and one sisthe i$fe& Yours truly, will be at Louisville. city., ter, to whom he was "devoted. WJM G. L. WAINSCOTT. of the half-intere- mm CLARK CIRCUIT COURT. ' George C. Wycofi", a prominent attorney erf Winchester, was here Friday, interested in the case or J. S. Poer vs. the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company. The suit was for the sum of $130.50 for damages alleged to have occurred in (he ship ment of an invoice of plate "lass. 'The suit was brought by J. T. Farm- I or and was rlismisnil ;i',n,,t i"-j- ; I udiec for a want of jurisdiction. Mr. Wycoff will file the suit in the Clark Circuit Court. Lexington Herald. AG E NX A REQUESTS 'PT. .. 1 ANNOUNCEMENT. COUR T DAY J. T. Stokely, as receiver of the SI ""iui - , .i 1 ' iiiu negro wu jiurry, wiio was IS OVERTURNED a rested for stealing a cap from TRADING FAIR Mr. Jesse Owen's stoic lecently, was not a resident of this citv according Being Overloaded on One Side Was to a colored woman who asked tint About 600 Cattle Were on The Mar ket. Heifers Brought 4 this notice be made in order to clear ts 5 The Cause Attributed by The Cents And Steers 4 her son, who bears the same nam;, ta 5. Crew on The Train. of suspicion. About COO cattle were on the mar ket Moiiday( court day.) Trading Lexington, Ky., Jan. 22. With a was fair. Heifers- brought from crash and sounding bang that might EIGHTY-FIVE 4 to 3 cents; steers from 4 2 be heard for several blocks a large to 3 cents. box car left its trucks and fell over A number of mules on one side in the street as it was the ACRES RENTED market but trading was were on this being pulled out of Lexington for slow in line. Louisville by freight train N$. 99 ov Gentry & Thompson bought 8 er the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad Land One Mile East of Jackson's mules at prices ranging from $175 to at the South Limestone street cros ing of the Chesapeake & Ohio tracks Ferry Leased to Mrs. Bettie Irvine $220. Beard & Mann, of Lexington, also at 12:20 o'clock Monday morning for $521.50. purchased a few at fair prices. Being overloaded on one side wa: The following were the cattle sales the cause attributed by the crew of Eighty-fiv- e acres of improved land at Hamilton's Stock Yards the train. at two in Madison- - county, one mile east of o'clock: The train was moving at the rate Jackson's Ferry, were rented pubW. E. Little to Lykins and Steof five miles an dionr and' without licly at the Courthouse door Monday vens: 26 heifers, wt. 10,040 lbs., at warning the box car suddenly left Jt? morning by Mr. H. Clay Hodgkin. 4 4 cents. tracks standing on the rails, fallin; guardian of Willie and Marcus Ir M. Case to W. B. Wills; 10. J. south on Limestone street, squarely vine to Mrs. Bettie Irvine for $321.50 heifers, wt. 4370 lbs., at 4 4 cents. across that thoroughfare. Tlie front Eighty-fiv- e barrels of corn sold for L. S.. Hamilton to Tom Adams; wheels of the car directly behind i; $2.90 a barrel 10 steers, wt. 10550 lbs., at .$4.G0. was lifted from the tracks, and no One hundred shocks of fodder A. J. Hughes to Frank Fynn; 10 damage was done other than to brought 10 cents a shock. heifers, wt. 4000 lbs., at 4 4 cents. cause a loss of time to the train, and II. S. Caywood to Piersall; 3 to temporarily block the tracks and steers, wt. 1725 lbs., t 5 4 cents. street crossing. W. M. Morton to T. E. Tipton; 2 QUACK QUACK The car that tinned over was the cows, wt. 1730 lbs., at 3 2 cenU. property of the Central Railway, of C. T. Falkner to Kelly Haley, 14 New Jersey, bearing the number. wt. 85(!5, at $4.60. "333,771," and loaded with merchanThe Goose Famed in Ancient And heifers, Geo. Hoslcy to R. Penn; 8 steers, dise, consigned for Louisville. Modern History Plays Another wt. 4390, at 5 cents. -4 -2 - i 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- Important Part. ACCIDENTS AT r. on EXPSES FOR WAVE Fifty Elks and visiting Elks were present at the dinner, which was the ourcc of much enjoyment to all Albeit Elton Dashed to Ground Ann Everything at Present Indicates present. W: B. Atwater Has Sensational The bones of the gec.--c were pre That Temperatures Will Average Drop. Neither Hurt. served for weather proguos-icatinAbout Normal. purposes. Lo; Angeles, Cal., Jan. 22. Twi: In the opinion of those present tht Washington, Jan. 22. There U acrid 'nts, neither serious, marked geese that saved diotne, or the geese nothing at the present time to indithe s.eond day of thethird internathat stopped a suffragette speech re cate that a general cold wave will tional aviation meet at Douiingucz cently, .served no more important cross the country this week. The field Sunday. purpose than did the geese that were bulletin issued by the Weather BuA'll.ert Elton, of Youngstown, O., eaten at this dinner. reau Sunday night says temperawhile flying fifty feet in the air, was tures will average near or about nordashed to the ground by the sudden mal throughout the country.. stopping of his engine. Elton jumpNO TOBACCO "Generally fair weather," the buled h fore tho aeroplane struck and letin continues, "will prevail east of esca;:od injury. His machine the Rocky Mountains, except that a "ted. SALES MONDAY short period of rains and snows will Tire second accident occurred ti W. 15. Atwater, of New York. He had attend a disturbance that will appear in the far West Tuesday or Wednesbeen in the air for more than an ohur, competing in tho endurance Sales Will Be Held at Planters' day cross the Middle West about Thursday and-- the Atlantic States contest, and on trying to land in Loose Leaf And R. A. Scobce's Friday or Saturday. front of the grandstand, ran his maWarehouses, Tuesday. chine into a fence. It was slightly "There are indications that generdamaged . al rains witl set in over the Pacific amateur F. T. Fish, a No tobacco sales were held Mon States by the middle of the week and of Los Angeles, sent a thrill throug.'i day at either house. Sales will be continue several days. the crowd when his aeroplane, about held at both houses Tuesday. Af1,000 feet in the air, dropped 400 ter the sales at the Planters' House. TOO LATE TO CLASSfY Fish which will begin at 9 o'clock, the feet, nearly straight down. righted his craft and soared away. lies will be conducted at R. A. He landed on the next round, but Scobee's Warehouse. THE LYRIC. would not say what had gone wrong. The Planters' Loose Leaf Hou-- e Tlie dip was above the exact spot will have from 125.000 to 150,000 What Will Be, Will Be. (Lubin.) AVIATION MEET Judge F. P. Pendleton entertained Monday at iho Llks--' Club s with a goose dinner. PREDICTION jOLD wa.-wr- er where Arch Hoxey fell to his deatii a year ago. The most spectacular flying of the day was that of Phil Parmalee and Lincoln Beachey, who made six sensational drops. Miss Blanche Stuart Scott, of Rochester, New York, remained in the air for fifteen minutes and reached an altitude of 1,300 feet. Her descent was by spirals and she made an easy landing. Miss Scott witnessed Elton's fall, but said it did not affect licr, "as it was part of the game and to be expected." Sunday's program ineulded a five mile .handicap racewon by Lincoln Beachey, an international race between machines representing six nations, also won by Beachey. I pounds on the market. Beth hou-e- s report receipts iis being very heavy all dav Monday. Sales will be held ill of this week, except Saturday. How "Mrs. Murray Saved America. (Edison. ) Told in Colorado. (Selig.) Matinee everyday, 2:30 and Don't forget Auld Lang Syne nesday matinee and night. 330. Wed- IN KAUFMAN CASE FOR SALE Shelled corn. Got our prices. S. Renaker & Son. Have Been Secured, According to NOTICE The Police in Chicago. Admits Firing Shot. One Man Charles Tabor's sale ad., 1 on page four. -3 ...... A Chicago, Jan. 22. The police an nounced Sunday that fuither confessions had been secured from the men harged with the murder of Mrs. Hattie Kaufman, on the North Side, Infant Buried A baiby, which was born dead to on the night of December 2. "George Rabenau and John Sta'- the 'wife of Dan Howard, Monday Winmorning, was interred in the cey, who were arrested at Los An- chester Cemetery, Monday afternoon geles January 6," said Captain Hunf, 'added their confessions to those of Rollin Channel and Fred Bone- ham. Rabenau admits that he fired the shot which killed Mrs. Kaufman'' Channel, the only one of the four who did not flee the city was the first to be arreted. He was said to have made a confession shortly af ler his arrest. Bonebam was- arreste'd on a farm owned by his' sister at .Paris, Illnois. - "8 if flV v 3?foT& .f. SS5U 4 T Iff Coal That Burns Glean and makes heat. Is the kind we sell. Try us and you'll be satisfied. BEDFORD THE WINCHESTER NEWS & ma TUTTLE. GREATEST CROWD EVER ATTENDING A COURT DAY SALE IN WINCHESTER IS SEEN AT CURRY DRY GOODS INCREASE PRICE OF BUTTER Me. 109-1- 11 South Main Street, Kentucky. Prediction CP'S MAMMOTH SALE. Unprecedented Bargains make faster selling 20,000 worth of Dry Goods must be sold this weeR-Enti- re stock included AH goods marked in plain figures. N Winchester, Daily, Except Sunday. s That The Commodity "Entered as second-clas- matter, Would Go To Sixty Cents Gives Impetus to Campaign. Washington, Jan. 21. ihe in crease in the price of butter ordered by the Elgin Butter Board and tin I prediction that the commodity would il go to sixty cents a pound has given impetus to the campaign in Congress for a reduction in the oleomargarine November 28, 1908, at the postoffice 3a Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mail. Daily, one year Six Months One Month RATES: $3.00 1.50 Chanaian Lover, of the Sub-co.25 mittee of the House 'Committee on Agriculture, which has been consid Payablo in Advance. ering the oleamargarine bills will recommend a bill to the whole com ABVERTISINI HATES: ' mittee Monday designed to lower the Msplay Par on oleomargarine from 10 cents .25 lax ... 0KJ thM, any editioa to less than one cent a pound. fkrM tines, within on week.. .50 The bill provides a fine and im1.00 Om week, eontinaoTily. prisonment for the sale of oleoma r- Om ekndar mo., continuously- - 3.00 few weeks, 4'tittes & weak. . . . 2.40 ine under the guise of butter. The fesr weeks, thrfe tima ea week. 1.80 chairman hopes to get it through the Fosi weeks, two tines & week. . L20 House within a month. SPECIAL MINUTE SALES EXTRA SPECIALS, ON SALE AS LONG AS THEY LAST. will take place at various times throughout each For' wont of space 'w e quote day of this sale. for Tuesday. only those $2.00 Satin Damrsk Counterpanes, (Extra Size) 0,8c $1.00 Nottingham Lace Curtains One M. 69c colored 9 to 9:30 A. M. Hope Cotton 10 yards to a customer. 3c yd jc each Taffeta Silks. EFormer price $1,00 to $1.50. Sale price 1 Lot of Diagnal, Rajah and yard-wid- e, 49C Goods De- 10 to 10:30 A. M. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs not over 4 to el customer. Many Extra Specials in partment. regular , the Dress RMAfig Notices Par Line: A IN A FEW HOURS Our $G.OO .fokt weeks, one tine a week. . - .75 Vkree continuous insertions of same rate. (ten at double the one-tuClassified Per War: ns Bvsaeu notices, bod type... 7 o Pv reading, nros heading;... 15c 1:30 to 2 P.M. 2c spool ClarkVO. N. T. Spool Cotton not mo.re thau 4 spools to a customer: SUic Petticoats and $G.50 Guaranteed Silk S375 $(69 Pure Silk Messaline Petticoats NewestStylcs Tan, White and Grey. Former price $3.00. Sale price . r Black Heatherbloom Petticoats. $1.00. Sale price 25c Box Writing Paper Proves Quinine Is Never Effective Apron Gingham." 1c ..In The Cure of a Severe Cold cr Om insertion, any edition Ikree insertions continuously .. 2o The Grippe aeh tire additional insertions. c Om calendar mo., continuously. .10c Nothing clr-- that you can take will Netking counted less than 10 words. break your cold or end grippe so. No item charged oa books for promptly as ti dose of- l'ape's Cold Wh tkaa 25 cents. Compound every two hours- - until r . three conscciitive loes arc taken.. inlS PAPER REPfrtSEWTta Hj.i KJU'-.-C AUVER"!S1HG BY 7'iE. The most miserable headaehe, dulls, ness, head and noe stuffed up, sneezing, running of the GZNERAL CrrlCES nose, sore throat, mucous catarrhal NEW YORK AND CHICAGO c fevcr-erishnes- not over 5 yards to a i... customer. , 2c yard Former price r Watch papers for announcements of each day's specials. 69C q BRANCHES IN "'ALL THF. PRINCIPAL CITIES NEGRO 15 FAMLY WIPED discharges, soreness, stiffness, rheumatism pains and other distress begin to leave after the very first dose. l'ape's Cold Compound is the result of three years? research tit a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars, and contains no quinine, which It is Now or Never This Week or Not at All. rangemenfs now, come spnd the day-abl- e day you have ever spent. to-morrow, Make your most profit- - Bodies of Man And Wife A"d Three Horribly Children Are Found Mutilated in Their Home. Lake C.harlc, La., Jan. 22. Badly mutilated, the bodies of Felix Broussard, his wife and three children, aged 8, G and 3, negroes, weic found Sunday in their Jiomc here, making the second wholesale negro murder in this stale within a week and the sixth within a year. A blood stained axe was found beneath the bed upon which the bodies lay. No clue to the murder has been 'found except this inscription written on' the front door of the BroussarYl home: "When lie makcth the inquisition for blood, lie forgcttcth not the cry of the iiumble human five." In many rcspcels the crime is identical with the innrdcr in Crowley, La., liist Thursday of a negro woTfff man and her three children. similar crimes al Lafayette, La., two atrCrowley and one at Rave, La. In each instances an entirely family was murdered. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! j ( 2o-ee- nt we have conclusively demonsTratcd is not effective in the treatment of colds or grippe. Take this harmless Compound as djreejjed with the knowledge '.that there is no other medicine made anywhere else in the world, which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and with out any other as a assistance or bad after-effec- ts of Papc's Cold package Compound, which any druggist in th& world can supply. turned to the church and found that the fire had nsrain started, but the 'buH(i consi(1. tho wfflfi crably damaged by water and by Gas, Heaviness, Sourness of the wall. j chopping away some 3 F COL. W. P. LAMPT0N SENDS BEST WISHES Vanishes Colonel W. P. Lamptou, of New York City, sends good wishes to the editor of The News, and comments: Say, lady, listen: You're no slob, For you're the goods that's on the This coupon and five cents will admit any scholar attending any of the schools in Winchester at , I The smouldering timbers will require In Five Minutes. AT LITTLE (watching for several days, and no services can be held until repairs Do you know that the best prescription in the world is MI-O-N- The Lyric Theatre, SATURDAY j AFTERNOON, JANUARY Bring this Coupon. 27th. Flames Discovered Just in Time, And Danger is Averted in Short f Order. the HigTiest Cash Prices for your Purs. L W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st. e Phone 215, Home 'EasV-7ennesse- Will pay you Phone 596. ll-18-4- I'nris, Ky.. Jan. '22. The Christian church at Little Kock came near being tho scene of a disastrous fire Sunday morning. During the service, which was conducted by Elder D. Stone, it was noticed that the Jiouse seemed very Avarm. and after the seme of roiigrcfjation avus the officers went to the cellar to in- ctigato and found that the oA'cr- hoated furnace had set fire to the joists under tho floor of the auditorium. The alarm was given and the men hastened back to the building, and by heroic work kept the fire from gaining headway. After dinner Mr. 0. L. Scper re- - Ol "ettimr out Ihe .News as cooil Will pay you ihe Eighest As ever your old Daddy could, Prices for your Furs. And, say. 'Do you know that Phillips Drug J. W. HISEL to ban- You just let your Daddy stay Store guarantees Bridge Junk Shop, ish indigestion or any upset condition Out on pasture for aAvhile, No. 23 North Maple st And get The News out in your style of the stomach, or money back. East Tennessee Phone 215, Hora is not a purgative, it is Phone 59G. And you're a woman! Gee! made of ingredients that clean, renUy gum, ovate and disinfect the stomach, and Ain't you women going some? RUCKERVILLE CHURCH. bowels; it puts strength and energy And don't you, when you jet into the stomach walls so that in a chance, Ucv. Mr. Winkler will preach at short time perfect digestion will be Show men thy am t a circumstanc lluekervillc on the fourth Saturday a regular thing. Fifty cents is all Well, I guess , and Sunday. yon have to pay for a largo box at Yes i Phillips Dr,ug Siorc and druggist '' Eastern Star everywhere.. NOTICE Winchester Chanter, Oilier of Eastern Star, Avill meet on'Tuesday The line Jersey, bull, Billy Good E. LOOMIS I afternoon in the Fraternity buildAuctioneer wIlserve cows at $2.00, money! i - -ing at 2:30 o'clock. All members HcEMowney Building nt time of service. are requested to be present. Winchester, Ky. . B. At OGI which most people Cash stomach tablets. call MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! That it is put up in small tablets job - ' f ! JUST OPENED I have just started up my Paint Shop, with a first class Painter who knows his business thoroughly, I will give you the best value for j'our money. Doift wait, bring in j'our vehicle now, good weather will soon be here. ;f V T. STROTHER SCOTT, - , 27 LexiDgtoa Avenue. v.. THE WINCHESTER MEWS. XT GETTING LIGHT WHERE J THE NEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN to-da- OF STERLING SILVER YOU WANT IT. Is the colonial pattern of y. propriate for use with any other colonial silver, old or new 3011 .may have. Call and see this new "JEWELER outline and refinement of decoration makes It's simplicity of it The Economies of Electric Lighting. fleeted byQur Cans by Our . Cerps Cnt-lecte- d ap- 4vf " . a Flcod of Light When Vqu Are Only Using a Small Part Of it New and Correct Shades and No Need of el Carres-spdnden- t. Reflectors. (Edited by Dink Bottsy ia Kentuckian.) Uogwal-lo- w CH.BOWEN OC OPTICIAN 5 IETY ' ! 1 We have cut in half prices on our wool suits. Skirts at cost are bargains. " Marriage Announcement Mr. and .Mrs. T. E. Osborne an- aounec the marriage of tlicir daugh- (cr. Bessie, to Mr. S. B. Lisle, Feb- nary 17, 11)12, at 2 ::(). Xo cards .viU l)e issued, but friends and rela- lives are invited. on the birth of a daughter, Lucy Tibl.s Clark. Mrs--. Clark is a niece of Mrs. M. T. McEldowney and was 'married at her home in this eitv. Mrs. Gips.on Taylor, of Tucson. Avizona, is" visiting :her sister. .Mrs. Xl. If. Thomas, in Lexington. Mr. Clay Thompson, sou of Mr. Safely Located. II. C. Thompson, is seriously ill of A telegram Monday morning from appendicitis. Owing to his critical Mi. D. T. Mat Wit and Mrs. S. P. ondition, the doctors have been Kerr stated that they arrived safeh ifraid to operate.. Sunday morning at Clearwater, F'.;v. . Mrs. J. W. Pat ton is able to be out where they will peml the winter ifter an extended illness. i They will not ojen up their residence Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McEldowney but will board for the winter. .vill leaveTuesday for Palm Beach, Mr. Butler Jackson left Monday morning to assume his duties with Mis Less Peddicord returnee' 4he American Tobacco Company at Saturday night from a visit to Manchester. O. lie has recovered in Louisville. from injuries received recently in Misses Clyde .and Goldie Perrj a fall. and Utile niece. Perry Xelson, spent Dr. B. W. Scott, of Monongahela, Sunday in East Beinstadt with Miss Pa., is visiting friends berg. Xora Moore. Mr. Lester Tharp. until reentry Rev. Geo. 0. Joplin, of Louisville, operator at- the Western Union ofwas the guest Sunday of Dr. an3 fice in this city, who was taken to Mr.--. Isaac Browne. Mt. Sterling with a severe attack of Mr. T. Wilson, of Mt. Sterling, has penumonia. was reported 'Monday been placed in charge of the local morning fo be doing nicely. He will recover., Western Union Telegraph office. Dan Tandy Chenault, Messrs. The many friends of Mis. Clark, nee Miss Mary Tibbs, of Martins- Prewitt and Clilf Prewitt, of Mt. ville, Ind., will be interested to know Sterling, attended court in this city, that she is receiving congratulations Monday. - " r some lower. These ARTIS & CO. Xot until very recently were lamp shades and rcllectorr. built along and scientific correct mechan At fht the rellec- ical lines. ors were mere theories constructed to in a haivhazrd manner, tru-ti- ng luck for the best results. They did about evervthin:: but reflect the li::ht to its best possible advantage to the correct spot. Now they make light reflectors after blue prints tind ac curately figured drawing, obtaining l high efficiency in light reflection. and no' matter 'where you wp.nt the light, or what yon want it for, there is a reflector properly designed I'oi Kas Barlowwill devote neawcek to looking through the catalogue he jeeeived yestei-dafivm. Chicago, i . The doctor was called itt see Mrs. Luke ilathcwsia yesterday. He gave her vsoveral doses- - of medicine and thinks she cannot survive. While over at Tickville Thursday Sid Hocks) wrote himself a long Idler, and is anxiously waiting its arrival at the postoffice here. The mail carrier's horse frightened at the postmaster morning and ran away. The carrier will apologize when he back. got .this mail gets J that very purpose. Nothing is so easily wasted as artificial light. Because sunshine is free, and there is a vast abundance Isaac Hellawgncr is engaged--thiif; it, is no reason why we should be week in hauling all the dirt off ofiis o extravagant with artificial light fa mi on Muket Ridge, as he intends co-real money. The old ,o abandon farming entirely. s -- .vhit-C- ts iMr. Robert Blackburn, is in the city. of Stanton, Fla. i- -4 r A FEW (II Taken at random from our Clearance Sale. Children's Hose, line, 25c value strong -- "- f electrical fixture, where the for Our new spring, Yam Sims stood for his photo-;rap- h ;Iobe is surrounded whh an impo t. the other day. They will be ,ilile glass globe, was a costly sewing are in Embroideries, Laces, uadc on post cards: ami he held a It was like buying kero-en- e Nainsooks, Masalia, Ginghams, Per- stamps in his baud. md pouring half of it on the ground. 'ot of one-ceS d. The light was simply i cales, Linens, Luke Mathcwsia has been connt-"n- g Ifellectors are made which diffuse on naiag his amiual birthday he light from a single electric bulb ARTIS & CO. right soon, but has had to cancel it :o all parts of the room: others his year on aceour.t of the objection the light and throw it di-- ' f his wife. reetly underneath. Where the object is to light the entire room vcrj I'okc Eazley is confined tot his ivenly the former type of refleetci ionic with a bad case of mumps. If but where the light is wanteti t continues much longer he expects a particular tahle or desk tin in le will have to have all of his latter is preferable. Often people ' enlarged. vill be found trying to read with a candle-powlight-- -' suspended 10 The front end of the Dog Hill 'JL bote their heads, and the light he-n- g hureh is about to he whitewashed. uselessly diffused all around a S'o improvement will be made on the 'argc room. By simply changing the nick end. as nobody comes in that reflector the light is thrown directly iy hut the preaeher. lown on the book or paper and the "ight is not wasted, With this simThe'pos-tmaste- r has received a letlight ile change a 20 candle-powter with no name and address on it. tvould give more illumination on the He would like for the person it is in'jook pages than the 40 candle-lowtended for to please call and get it did with the old type reflectwithin five days. DEDICATORY SERMON sermon in tho Fiiot Methodist Kpis- - contractor, who had been hcldm jail or. In other words they could see hours to compel him to tun: ,o .j three capol church bcre Sunday. the read belter for just one-ha- lf The almanac says we are to have Mukogee, Okh., Jan. 22. With p.. a ...,,.w i....i f:..!.f avi tin. ' over the kevs of the building to the ost of electricity. ' l inn itt..ir iLtii iiiii ain on the 13th. 'Fit Smith is 1 oth eves blackened swollen, hi and church officials. Tiis is true with most homes. Xi ot the new cdilice culnu- - i; and has written, asking face and lips cut, his clothing torn .bought is given to providing a prop Only the purest and freshest mcd- le weather forecaster to change the ami disheveled and witu a policeman . natcd 'Sunday in an assault upon, the r rellwitcr for the lamps and vast late of the downpour.-to church, icmes on .sale, at tuc D. Xo- - preacher as he on guard at thepulpit, Kcv. ' .uantitics of light are wasted. 15 Smith preached the dedicatory , His assailant was C. F. McGce? a ria Pharmacy the store of qualify Sidney Hocks is confined to the tudying the purpose of every Iainj. ud figuring on a minimum ami.uni Kyc Straw jail with a complication f charges. lie expects to be out of light for the work involved. full the annual montJily bill can h half lext week unless ii lot of witnesses go back on their promises at tho saved. It will be found that a ' lamp, proijerly reflected, will trial.. . more direct light than one twice live There is talk of building a railor thrice its size surrounded with Daniel road near (Musket Ridge. a light killing shade or a poor realBoone had to walk everywhere ho . Always remember that when you went, and got by all right, and 'wo things your type expe-imen- nt etc. wa-te- con-entra- 'tc pho-'ograp- hs er er er I ii was-goin- Jravn-rrocro-la- -- ALDWIN BROS. DISSOLUTION SALE The people of Winchester and Clark county fully ! ize that the Dissolution Sale which we are having is a boni-fid- e one, from the exceptionally low prices we are This sale has been making" on every article in the store. waste light you waste electricity. LOOK! SEE!r-You can get one dozen of those fine photos at Earp's Studio al greatly reduced price? the remaindei of this month. ee no reason for railroads late day. -- at this Ladies' Aprons, your choice for for j 21c There now remains only city and county talk for weeks. ten days more for you to reap the benefit, AS THE -- Sim Flinders fell out of a tall mulberry tree on Gimlet Creek Thursday afternoon." He fell slowly and escaped unhurt. Sim says very few people know how to fall out of trees. The mail carrier started for- Tickville this morning on his usual run, but when he gets to a wide place in the road his will urn around and come back, having forgotten the mail - Underskirts, Flannelette OIa r-Ready-to-wea- DISSOLUTION SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY 1st. r our specialty. you will come back. WINCHESTER Garments, Atrial is all we ask and CLOAK & SUIT CO. To make the lajst week the banner week ,of them all we are going to make a still greater reduction on Gold and Gold filled Watches, Diamonds, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver The stock must be reduced. If and Silver Plated-warprices will accomplish this we have determined to give you an opportunity to buy the goods at less than factory prices for the next TEN DAYS, so come andtake advan tage, of the last and final reduction, y SALL CLUSt, e. ( FURS! FURS!! FURS'!! Will pay yon the Hlgrest Cash Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. H-lS-i- bag. Washington Hocks is back from a trip to the village of Buzzard Knob where he went to find, out what Isaac Hellwauger paid for a cow ho has been trying to sell him for $9. Differing Terms for Coins. The language or money differs in different parts of the United States On the Pacific coa.t the usual term for a quarter dollar is two bits. In the rural communities of. New York and New England the people still talk of shillings, referring to the old colonial coin of twelv and a half ceats. Atlas Peck started for a rip to yesterday, but enThunderation countered, some spider webs, iaeross the road and turned around and came back. Atlas-i- s one of oar Hiost unprogressivc citizens. 1 AUDITORIUM SKATING RUiK. Inc. FEBRUARY 1st. Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Admission 10c Skates free. " Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c. A. M. DOMB, Managil WINCHESTER, Skates 15c Frisby Hancock haji built himself a new houso on Husket Ridge, just cast of the old one he ias been'liring in for several years. Vtiih a little imtm.rnmpnr tin. good stable. iiM si - Elks Building . Both Phones 364. 6 Main Street BAL IN BROS Particular attention to Ladies. Beginners taught free from 10 to 12 A. M. mm will MaJta" r t , Bloof icld & KatMf f tap Our Ratifim."" We bare lust eaouca riHeJi ! make us Bate. bt.aetea us love one aMtajr. Deak dttL "1 f " 3. aw Fcinr. . t V THE WINCHESTER NEWS MAIL ORDER HOUSES Charge as much for a cheap, poorly made imitation of a good Stove or Rangs as we do for a Genuine Favorite We are locatsd here, and cannot afford to sell you a Stove' or Range that only appears good in a pictureit must do the work satisfactorily and prove durable. We can make more profit on shoddy Stoves and Ranges, as they appear to be worth double as much as they really are. Stoves and Ranges must be made of good material and work- white people. manship to be reasonably durable the flues and Mr. D. T. Matlack was true to his interior construction that do not appear in a cut faithful servants to the very last. must be made right to operate properly. FA- After providing handsome caskets VORITE Stoves and" Ranges are the Standard of for them in Ataluta, Ga., he followed Quality the name of the Manufacturer is on them lo their last resting place. Thank God for, such noble people them, and we guarantee them. When Yen of Ruth to which she belonged. Charles was a deacon of his church. Miss' iFloience, their niece, was baptized enly a few Sundays ago. Many relatives and friend 5 came from a distance to pay their respects to the deceased. Mr. A. J. Harp, the photographer, has a photo of Charles and Amanda sitting on their veranda, at their beautiful home on Oliver street. Mrs. Morgan and Miss Florence,, her niece, came from Mayor J. A. Hughes' family of ld AT THE Opera House ALL REAL ESTATE. CLASSftD COLUMN IS WEEK rent. ft Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or A specialty of Lot RATL1FF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS le a ward far a atoajta Maria. 2c a wart fir Una namaMva ta urtiMS. Jjc. a wm mUm. THE FAMOUS sales. BlOailELD S far aaafe Harvey Stock Company Ladies will be admitted free Monday night if accompanied bv one paid ticket bought before 6:00 p. m. Monday evening. SPECIAL Auditorium Bldg. 10s a wari par wmML Scattarai laaarllaaa, la Insartlaa. Hotftlaf Insert far lata Nan caats, Natfctai far haa tkaa B jb TRACY AND STOKELY "Mfinr TH1K WET" 1 FOR RENT 3 room cottage, " Set You Can Depend Upon This Trade Mark cn a Stsvs or Range It Being ni Right GRANT WITT GRAVITY & OF CO. as these were and oh, that every member of my race was up to their standard. Well has the Bible said: "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches." The nicest and most perfumes and toilet articles Brown-Proctoria te Insure iu STROTHER'S gas natures, Wimi avenue $11.50 u room cottage, gas fixtures, College street 3 room $12.o( OLD RELIABLE REAL ESTATE AGENCY cottage, gas fixtures, College $12.50 Broad-- " street 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, way 4 rooin cottage, gas fixtures, 3 room at the The FIRE INSURANCE AMD $12.30 Broad-7XH name! Ware We have a full assortment of White Enamel Ware, the best that is at prices that will suit you. Be sure and see our line before you buy. FRANKLIN HARDWARE Pharmacy THEJ1TUATI0N Arising Through The Seizure of store of quality. A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. Br fries Fraternity Side., Phone 185 $12.00 10,25 Seats on sale at Strode's Drug Store A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. v To warn people of a fearful forest fire in the Catskills a young girl rode French Steamer by Italian Dehorseback at midnight and saved stroyers Has Been Increased. many lives. Her deed "was glorious but lives are often saved by Dr. Paiis, Jan., 22. The gravity of King's New Discorvery in curing lung the situation arising thiough the trouble, coughs and colds, which seizure of the French steamer Man-cub- a, might have ended in consumption or January 10, by Italian de- pneumonia. "It cured me of a stroyers, while on a voyage from dreadful cough and lung disease," Marsoiller o Tunis, iias been in- writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington, creased by new facts which came to Tex., "after four in our family had light Sunday. It now appears that died with consumption, and I gained the captain of the Mnnouba, which 87 pounds." Nothing so sure and included among its passengers 21 safe for all throat and lung troubles. TurkiJi nurses of the Red Cre.-cePrice 50c and $1.00. Trial botSociety only surrendered the Turks-o- tle free. Guaranteed by all Druggists orders from the .French Ambassy at Rome. It had previously been reOnly registered pharmacists hannt uT3i rmUca it.D. in. r lusTa flanhto am o.m For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven, Mich., a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, averted awfu' wrecks, but 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 benefit and they also improved my sight. Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine." For dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomach, liver and kidney troubles, they're without equal. Try them. Only 23 cts.. at All Druggists. RED CROSS DAIRY FARM Clark County National BANk tahth Had IMS cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor avenue $12.30 3 room cottage gas fixtures, Haggard street $12.50 7 room cottage, gas fixtures, Haggard street $13.00 8 room residence, 'bath, gas, etc., ft Main street $30.00 Office or small store room, Main street $33.00 Office, ground floor, Fairfax street, $10.00 Several flats, all modern conveniences; well located; either first or J ftcccmrti of larchants, ftrmsrc and Traders Solicits- CBiiccticni second floor; price right. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES WANTED Plain sewing. Mrs. Cliff Broadus, 214 West Broadway. -tf ' Mi m All ?o!nU. COMPANY H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) PUBLIC SALE! at at Thursday, January 25th, 1912, Since the opening of 1012 Dr. M S. Browne has bought about fifty PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH ling. head of cattle; Jerseys, Holsteins Attorneys-at-La- w Mrs. Henry Baber is slowly improvand grades, and has been receiving, 5th Floor McEldowney Building ing, after an illness of several days. by fail, from the great dairy regions Dir. Edd Fox is improving., Winchester, Ky. of the Middlewest, machinery, mills, declaring that he was fully satisfied Having sold my farm, I will offer public sale, on Mrs. Jennie' Guiivn died fllnidny, with the Premier's promise that they January 15, of tuberculosis, at the shredder, ensilage cutter, engines, will be subjected to rigid scrutiny at home of her daughter, Mus. W. D. separators and appliances necessary to the complete equipment of a modCapital Tunis. flOC.OrO Christian 10 o'clock, a. in., on the premises known as the Har-gi- s The action 'of the French govern- Owen. She was abygood who know ern, dairy plant; capable all woman and loved place 2 miles from Winchester on the Paris pike, ment in demanding the release of the of furnishing "certified milk" proUndivided Profit;. 1200.000 hor. The many friends extend their the following personal property-- : ducts, and is now about ready to throughout -- ympathy to the bereaved one- -. approved Turks is have such a dairy put in operation 1 bay inarc, in foul to 2 Busy Bee riding cultivators. France as the only means of removat the old Karsncr homestead, near inHamilton Chief. Safe for women and beam 2 walking .steel Vulcan ing what otherwise would be an the city, and on the Colby pike, on children to drive. breaking plows. delible stain on the French flag. his 230 acre farm, known as "The di-- c J 1 pony, well broke, cart plow. WHILE YOU SLEEP GriggsbyKarsncr Place." 1 tobacco cultivator. and 'harness. $100 PER PLATE None but young, vigorous and hcr.-- e mule. 1 double shovel. 1 d Tit-tonte ported that the captain had disembarked the Turks on his own initiative at Cagliari, in Sardina, and permitted to leave the port. The French foreign office deelare.-tlino such orders emanated from Tans, but that on the contrary, the through consuls had been to oppose ali surrender. the embassy It is further stated that the question of the Turki.-- h nurses on board wsi discur-r-eby iPrcmier Ponicarc and i. the Italian Ambassador, Signor the ambassador Wednesday, war-the- n at dle your pcrscription at the Brown-Proctor- ia Capital and Stiir'ua Pharmacy. Absolute acThe store of curacy guaranteed. quality. RANKIN. Miss Ruth Daniels has returned to her home here, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Leon Lisle, of Mt. Ster- $350,000.00 J FAR RENT G room cottage on College street; all modern conveniences and a garden. Call Home phone 320. FOR SALE Four single comb pullets. Will sell once. Apply to office. Dr. M. S. Browne Has Fifty Head of J. M. STEVENSON Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fine Attorney-at-LaMachinery Installed. 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. w extra fine pure-b-er White Leghorn cheap is sold at Robbins at this FOR SALE Lot of clover hay. At the old Ducrson place on Park pike. W. B. Fox;. FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder Will feed in pasture, straw stack?. Barbee Betts. FOR SALE The Big Run CoaT; tho best on the market; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Construction Company. 11-28- -tf 1 FOR RENT Two-stor- y house on Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KT. N. H. WITHERSOON, Haggard street with gas and stable W. P. Azbill. FOR RENT Sixty acre3 of No. 1 corn ground; clover soft. A ItBUSS and 10 acres in grass. J. H Croxton, Home phone 813A. -tf 1 1 ware mule. gelding, broke to 1 Deering mower. 1 Avery corn drill. di-th 3 c drive. harrow. 2 graded cows, one smoothing barrow. 1 due to ealvc February. Old Hickory wagon and bed. 2 yeai'ling lieifcrs. 1 hay frame. y yearling 4 sets, til" work harness. 1 thoroughbred iieifcr, eligible to register. 2 sets of plow harness. G 123-l1 rubber tire buggy, good as new. shoats. 2 330-Imeat hogs, ready to 1 steel tire buggy. All the above tool-- : and vehicles butcher. 130 ewes and 4 Southdown buck: good a new only been used a, short 1 .Tcr.-.cb. b. was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay, in New Oilcans in 1842. Mighty costly for those with stomToday ach trouble or indigestion. people every where use Dr. lung's New Life Pills for these troubles as well as liver, kidney and bowel disorders. Easy, safe, sure. Only 23 cents at All Druggists. Salts, Calomel and Cathartic Pills Are Violent They Act on Bowels As Pepper Acts in Nostrils COLORED COLUMN ewes due to lamb in March. time. 4 doz. White Leghorn pullets. 300 .shocks of fodder. 1 14 shocks of corn. 3 Xarragaiisett turkey hens and oue gobbler. Lot of corn in crib. bill 1 yearling Angora Other things too numerous giat, broke to work.- mention. (By W. W. Banks, Editor Colored Column.) to The ad triple funeral of Charles and Amanda Morgan and Florence TERMS $20.00 and less casli, all over $20.00 eight Johnson was preached at the First Baptist church Sunday afternoon bv G per cent, interest. months with negotiable note Revs. Fisher, Baker and Webb, and all that was mortal of these dear d were to mother H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. cr.rth in the Daniel Grove cemetery return to du-- fiom whence they came, while their rest peacefully in Paradise to spend eternity. On bidding .them adieu at the depot last Wednesday, Rev. Dr. Webb Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attensaid to each oive individually, "If tion and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to. serve yoa that we may prov we never meet in life, where will we the quality of our banking service. meet?'', and each heroically reWe invite you to call and see us. sponded, "In Heaven." This was one of the largest and saddest colored funerals ever held in this eitv. Mr. Morgan was buried under the Comer Main and South Court Street Near Court HmuA. auspices of the Odd Fellows and K Winchester, Kjf of P. lodge,, and Mrs. Morgan the at CHAS. A. TABOR ccn.-igne- t- TheNew Depositor Citizens National Bank Take a Cascaret tonight and thorCashier. oughly your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and you will surely feel great by morning. You men and women who have, headache, coated tongue, can't sleep are bilious, nervous and upset, bothered with a sick, SOLICITS YOUR gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. dry, especially in selecting registerACCOUNTS. Are you keeping clean inside with ed Holsteins. Cascarets or merely forcing a passMr. Win. Abney, an active young ageway every few days with salts, business man of large experience, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is has leased tho above place for a important. Cascarets immediately cleanse and term of years, and "will run it in regulate the stomach, remove the conjunction with the owner. For I and our, undigested and fermenting food the present, his brother, Mr. Chas. and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and cany off the de- Abney, a practical sanitary dairycomposed waste matter and poison man, aided by his wife, will have the from the intestines and bowels. management, and invites all prospecRemember, a Cascaret tonight will tive patrons, as well as all persons straighten you out by morning. A interested in securing a pure milk box from your druggist ' U. TPM. EOTTtt FEE means a clear head and cheerfulness supply for Winchester, to visit and MDALL THROAT AND LUM inspect the premises, cows, stables, for months., Don't forget the water supply, feed, grazing lots, milk .GlAfS.fiITEED SATSFACTOHy OR MOr.'GY KFU,VOD. room, etc, which will be open to the public after 6 a. m. Monday, January FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS In. Also, after this hour all orders FURS!! FURS! FURS!!! blow with terrific force at tho far for cream, whole milk and butternorth and play havoc with the skin, milk given over Home phone 899-- x, Will pay you the Highest Cash causing red, rough or sore chapped will receive prompt attention as they Prices for your Furs., hands and lips, that need Bucklen's shall be ready to open up the new J. W. HISEL Arnica Salve to Tieal them. It makes "Bed-Cros- s Bridge Junk Shon. Dairy Farm" for busithe skin soft and smooth. IftAraled ness bv that day. No. 23 North ITapie for cold- sores, also bruises sst Tennessee Phone 215, Home Only ,25 cents at All Drug; t 'Hie 506. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. 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 milk, for the supply of Winchester's milk drinkers. The owner has the (promise of the aid of Dr. Robt. Graham, head of Veterinary Science and Serum production at State College, and was aided by Dr. E. S. Good, head of Animal Husbantuberculin-teste- d high-class healthy, President. WR. SPHAR. FOR SALE Good Jersey cows with young calves. P. Y. Drake, Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrcls. Home phone 813-A. -tf KILLTKEeOUCHl CUREtkelu NGSl When in want of flowers, inbist upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping your money in your home circles. POOLE & PURLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. -tf ( nEHt.KlEfG5 FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phone 232. -tf 10-ce- nt mist FOR SALE 300 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. H. Croxton, nome phone 813-- J HMMfemTM. OActamnj jVrJ DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. ! nrta rtoar JCcEMnratx laMlaf. WINCHESTER. KY. to Talkers Ton can't prove you ara a good talker by doing It all; comparisons are needed. .11 tip ft J - i ol