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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 23, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912012301_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 23, 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. 1 LAST EDITION i 1 THE WIN CHESTER NEWS it 1 I WEATHER I Fair and Slightly Colder. - VOLUME 7; No. 80. $G.50; 430 lbs. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912. K. B. Pierce, general counsel of the Rock Island. lbs. Eldridge E. Wright, of Memphis, lbs. of a Rock Island 4G5 lbs. $G.00; 3S5 lbs. But This Time bridge company, and a son of Luke Only The Feathers E. Wright, former Secretary'of War. 575 lbs. $7.00; 450 lbs. Were in Evidence As They Were Trainmen Who Were Injured. Ho&kins & Curtis: 445 lbs. Blown About College Campus. The trainmen injured are: $10.00; 575 lbs. ' $7.25; 600 lbs. Robert Stouart, engineer cf the $10.00; 505 lbs. $10.00; 2G5 lbs. J Fire which originated from loose Limited. $10.25; 480 lbs. $11.00; 515 lbs. papers being blown against the grate C. J. Bert, fireman of the Limited. $7.25; 105 lbs. caused a gieat deal of excitement at $11.00; 400 lbs. Jesse Gilbert, fireman of the Ex- (ni&T-iri- 400 ttis. $7.25; 140 lbs. Clark Hall, the College dormitory, 1)lc,s $10.25; 225 lbs. Tuesday morning. An overcoat and $8.25; 555 lbs. They were taken to their homes $7.25; 300 lbs. suit of clothes belonging to Mr. $10.25; 720 lbs. in Champaign. Beit has a frac510 lbs. $6.75; 5G0 lbs. Henry Ilolbrook weic destroyed and tured skull, Gilbert's hip was broken $5.40; 450 lbs. the furniture in the room, which was and Stuart is suffering from con$G.50; 685 lbs. $G.50; 685 lbs. $.40; 450 lbs. occupied by Mr. Ilolbrook and Mr. cussion of the brain. 26o lbs. $4.00; 400 lbs. Oscar Golloway on the second floor, $4.00; The inquest was continued until $4.20; 335 lbs. was considerably damaged. A large Friday to enable the crew of the $4.20; 355 lbs. $5.20; 345 lbs. place was burned in the feather bed, engine of the limited to testify. $4.00; 1G0 lbs. 445 lbs. $7.25; 110 lbs. and hundreds of snowy feathers 4.70; The deputy coroner expressed the 105 lbs. $4.90; 305 lbs. 'swayed gracefully on the sinokc-$4.0$3.90; opinion that the responsibility lies ' 80 lbs. $4.00; 405 lbs. laden breeze. between Stuart and .Flagman Henry $7.75; 420 lbs. j The Jlames were confined to one J. Broecker, of the express, who $5.10; '415 lbs. $12.00; 315 lbs. room, and were soon extinguished by lives in Chicago. $9.50; 325 lbs. j the quick work of .the Fire Depart- $7.00. $5.00; 425 lbs. & Evans: 140 lbs. $12; mcnt. Stamper 17 $10.75; 200 lbs. $7.25; 215 lbs. M mANIGA $6.50; 195 lbs. $4.20;; 280 lbs. YOUNGSTER GETS $7.00. 525 lbs. $15.50; Mobley Bros.: 545 lbs. CORROBORATED $15.00; 305 lbs. $12.00; 195 lbs. $G.73: 265 lbs. $5.00; 180 lbs. 380 lbs. $8.25. Stole A Locomotive While IntoxiGovernment Attorney the Says $5.00; P. J. Johnson: 5G0 lbs. cated and Caused Collsion Result$3.10; Probe has also Unearthed Things 370 lbs. $5.50; 425 lbs. ing in Many Injuries. $8.50. 375 lbs. the Confessor Knew Nothing $4.90; $4.90; $7.25; $7.75; $7.25; $7.25 $5.00; 495 lbs. $4.30; 320 lbs. $.6.00; 445 lbs. (o)$7.25; lbs. 135 295 385 470 2 CENTS Senate bill IS was reported favorably by Senator Graham from the Committee on County Unit. Senator Huffaker, of Louisville, said the County Unit Committee had never held a meeting to discuss the bill and as several other County Unit bills had been introduced and not considered. He moved to recommit the bill. Senator Thomas said any Democrat who voted to delay this bill wis "spitting in the face of the party." In answer to a question he said he never promised in his campaign to take no part in urging the passage of the County Unit bill. He said if he had been elected on a platform opposed to County Unit extension he would resign before he would vote against this bill, after his party had endorsed it. A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK TOBACCO ARE SALES REPORTED lbs. QUACK QUACK! BEER DECLARED A COMMODITY THREE-YEAR-- OLD nt CHILD WAS LOST Parents Left Child in Cab, Each Thinking The Other Had Him ! Charge. Between 150,000 and 175,000 Pounds Se4d Railroads Must Carry it From One An- at Prices From $18.75 to As at $3.50. State Into "Dry" Counties of other State. Lew Tbe sale of tobacco was ojeucd at the (Planters' Loose Leaf Warehouse promptly at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. There was between 150,-00- 0 and 175.000 pounds sold. The grade was very dark and mean, with the exception of two-o- r three crops, whic lrwere of medium color. Among the crops that were sold was one belonging to J. C. Bryan & Son, of the North Middletown precinct, for which they received an average of $6.44. The highest prices that they were ever offered in tbe country was an average of $4.35. After all expenses for selling Mr. Bryan received $1.85 on the hundred in excess what he had been offered. j Mc-$7.2- 5; Washington, Jan. 23. Beer is a commodity and railroads must carry it when offered for transportation, from one state into "dry" counties of another state, regardless of the laws of the latter state. The Supreme Cout of the United Slates made this ruling Monday regarding a proposed shipment from Indiana into "dry" Kentucky coun- 0; ties. The case arose when the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company lefused to cany beer offered by the F. W. Cook Brewing Company at The railroad Evansviile, Indiana. declined the shipment because a Kentucky law of 190G forbade bringing liquor into local option dis- LIS , The prices ranged from $18.75 per liundred as low as $3.50. Among the best crops that were sold Tuesday morning was one belonging to Mr. T. W. Rash, of this county, which nveraged $12.75 per hundred. Mr. Rash was wel pleased with the price. There will be sales every day this At The R. A. Scobee Warehouse week and both houses report reImmediately after dinner the sale ceipts as continuing very heavy. j i r. r a. s Much enthusiasm is being shown to 12o,- and a good number of buyers are at- Warehouse. About 100000 000 pounds with quality nothing ex tending each day. The 'highest price paid was The following were among the tra. hundred for one basket sales reported at the Planters' $31.00 per to .Mr. Walter Johnson. 'Loose Leaf House, Tuesday morn- belonging, crop averaged $21.75. ing, and the prices received by Mr. Johnson's nondescript went as low Green and tricts. Senator Lewis Arnett said the rules of the Democratic caucus in Washington provided that where a Senator believed a bill unconstitutional and that his constituents were opposed to it, he was not bound by a party platform or caucus action. Hn said he had asked for a hearing before the County Unit Committee on this bill and was told that he would be given a hearing, but no hearing was given to him. WHOLESALE ARREST OF TWENTY-S- IX MURDERS PROBED Detectives Are Holding King Harris, A Negro Seventy-On- e Lexington, Ky., Jan. 23. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cook, of Sixth street, had a thrilling experience a day or two ago. when for more than an hour their little son, C. B. Cook. Jr.. was lost and his whereabouts unknown to the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cook and their child were returning to their home from a visit to Mr. Cook's mother, Mrs. M. L. Cook. 233 South Limestone street, and took a cab to their home. When they entered the house they missed the child. Mr. Ccok had expected his wife to bring the child from the cab, while she thought he ,had it in his w possession. Realizing that the youngster bad been left in the carriage, both made a rush to the telephone, and called up the transfer company. The carriage had not yet arrived and for nearly an hour fears of kidnapers, runaway horses and desperate accidents almost crazed the parents, while nt the same time the youngster was peacefully enjoying his ride in the cab. three-year-old ALLEGED GAMBLERS NOTICE W. 0. W. Men F. I baskets : f T. W. Rash: 3G5 lbs. $10.50: 370 lbs. $12: $10.00; 215 lbs. 365 lbs. $13.50; 355 lbs. $17.25: 505 lbs. $13.00; 410 lbs. $13.75: 540 lbs. $8.00: $7.75; 455 lbs. $3.10: 205 lbs. $G.00; 210 lbs. $11. 315 lbs. $11.00; 385 lbs. Dykes & Braun, a crop of medium dark tobacco, by baskets a: folowing piices per hundred: 205 $4.90; 185 lbs. $8.50; 330 lbs. $15.75: lbs. $12.25; 345 lbs. 215 lbs. $10.73; 245 lbs. (a $10.75: 385 lb, ( $10.30; 105 $7.25: 335 lbs. 175 lbs. $4.90; 120 lbs. $7; 165 lbs. $5.60. Pendleton & Pennington, crop of $9.75; 390 dark tobacco, 340 lbs. $5.40: lbs. $7.75; 335 lbs. lbs. 315 $5.50; 185 lbs. $4.00; 320 (a$o.l0; 335 lbs. $4.50; 580 lbs. $4.40; 505 lbs. lbs. $4.90. $8.25: C. T. Lyons: 490 lbs. 570 lbs. $7.25; 475 lbs. $7.75: 585 lbs. $7.2; 305 lbs. $7.00; $5.70; 320 lbs. $8.50; 530 lbs. $6.00: 520 lbs. $3.35; 320 lbs. $5.00: 330 lbs. $6.23; 325 lbs. $5.40: 385 lbs. $5.40; 545 lbs. $6.75: $7.00; 415 lbs. 225 lbs. $3.10: 440 lbs. $5.30; 250 lbs. $5.10; $5.90; 95 lbs. 425 lbs. $6.00: 525 lbs. $5.50; 345 lbs. $5.10.. 170 lbs. $3.50. B. C. Kimball: 115 lbs. $8.00; $4.70; 240 lbs. 145 lbs. $4.50; $5.00; 185 lbs. 170 lbs. $G.00: $3.10; 245 lbs. 250 lbs. $8.00. 315 Its. 210 lbs. $3.70: Cliff Join-ion- : $3.30: !!3.00; 75 lbsv 95 lbs. $4.90: 05.10; 110 lbs. 70 lbs. 80 1T)S. $5.40. $5.00; 35 lbs. $4.20; "Waller Brothers: 230 lbs. 335 lbs. (&$8.73: $6.00; 335 lbs. $10.25; 485 lbs. ($$12: 385 lbs. $10: $13.25; 380 lbs. 480 lbs. 215 lbs. o!$17.00: $4.20; 310 lbs. $5.60; 180 lbs. (n5.00: 105 lbs. $5.10; 305 Itis. (5)$11.00: 320 lbs. $9.00; 550 lbs. a$9.23; 330 lbs. $7.00. 275 lbs. iPrewitt & Karrick: 290 lbs. $3.70: 295 lbs. $4.20; 300 lbs. s. $$3.90; 140 $3.90; 275 lbs. 300 lbs. $5.10; $3.10; 340 Itis. $5.00; 200 lbs. $3.00; 305 Itis. $3.10; 405 lbs. $3.20; 350 lbs. as 3 cents. Yl WINCHESTER LADY Health of Miss Gipson Fox Broken Down by Strain of Tireless En- ergy. Friends Pray For Recovery Miss Gipson Fox, until recently a .eachcr in the Winchester Public Schools, was Tuesday morning ai judged insane. She was taken to Lexington in an auto for rest and re- upera'tion . Miss Fox is one of the loveliest Gentle young ladies in Winchester. charming always, she was ten md and derly loved by schoolmates teachers and in Pater years by her pupils with a true and abiding af fection. State Investigates. Corner and the energy Ill health and her tireless Illinois Central Road Assisting in are the causes of the trouble, and jt is the earnest praj-e- r of all her Probe of Accident. friends, that she will soon be reCentralia, 111., Jan. 23. The stored to a normal condition. State of Illinois, the Coroner of Ma rion county and the Illinois Central Railroad Company itself, Monday began a three fold imcotiyai'.on i collision on that road in .SIGNS PLAYERS the fatal which early Monday four men high in the railroad world were killed at of Fine Bunch of Men Are Already Kimuudy, thirty miles northeast Contracted About. 23. In consideration of his youth Ralph I. Indianapolis, 23. "Ortie Jan. Jardine, 18 years old, who stole a w concerning iocamotive from the MeManigal's confession South Worcester freight yards on the widespread dynamite plots has. the night of Janaury 3. and started been more than corroborated and on a joy ride, which culminated in a we have unearthed things which knew nothing about." collision with the New London boat James W. Noel, special assistant at Webster, injuring 20 passtrain sen- to the United States District Attorengers, got off with a six-yetence in the Superior Criminal Court. ney, so stated Monday in reference The boy was brought into court a to the government's investigation ot Mr. Noel A stromr the dynamite conspiracy. badly scared youngster. plea was made for mercy, and tliis had just come from a noon confer-onc- e at which was prepared a long was not opposed by District AttorILst of many witnesses to the cause. ney Stone. It appears that J :rdinc was intox- - I "Has the government learned any- ieatcd. 'He wandered about in search thing which it did not expect to of some instrument of amusement Icarn?" Mr. Noel was asked. "A great deal more. The investi came upon the locomotive, with gation has been thorough, with a team up. Ho mounted to the cab, experimented with the levers, and view of making it reasonably certain that conviction might be. had where started away at a seventy-mile-aindictments had been returned." Kour clip, with two freight cars. Attempts to blow up a hotel in bumping the rails b2hind him. Lake City. Utah, in 1909 and The charge agahst him was reck Salt were described before the- Fedlessly endangering lives. He changed 1910 grand jury Monday in its inveshis plea to guilty, and will go to the eral tigation of the dynamito conspiracy. reform school. The witnescs included two police officials of Salt Lake City, a fonncr KILLED IN guard at the Utah State prison, and SEVERAL a tailor who sold clothing to one Worcester, Mass., Jan. and Boys Taken in Georgetown on Preacher, Who is Sup- by Police at W., will hold Winchester Camp, No. 82. W. O. its regular meeting posed to Have Caused Crime. Lake Charles La., Jan. 23. Dc- tective investigating a series of twenty-si- x murders which have occurred in Louisiana during the last year, are holding a negro preacher, King Harris. In each case the victim was a negro. While Harris is not recused of a specific crime, it is be'.ievcd that he as head of the "Saciific Church" worked somo of his followers into such a frenzy that they committed several killings the n '.me of their "religion." Charge of Gaming. al ar 1 n- Georgetown. Kv., Jan. 23. cause the alleged proprietor of a gambling "game" here refused to MARKETS lend Wiliatn Hampton a quarter to continue his play, Hampton betrayed Cinelliuati, Jan. 22 Cattle Slow the location of the "game" to Chief of Police McNally and a raid wa- - and 10c, 13c and 23c lower; ship- made on the place by McNally and pcrs $3.30o73, choice extra $6.83 7; butcher steers, extra $66.25, Policeman Salyers, resulting in the capturing in tho "dragnet" so far of god to choice $5.235.83, common to fair .f4.23o; heifers, extra men nud boys. Ffty-on- e of the alleged culprits $t.0(To.7rf good to choice $4.60 were taken in the raid, and the po- $3.10, common to fair $34.30; good to lice secured information which has cows, extra $4.G3(o;4.83, resulted in the taking in of twenty choice $44.G0, common to fair SENATE VOTES TO $1.30(o 3.73. canners $lu")03; bulls more since. sum steady; bolognas $4.234.90, extra AH those accused have been BiLL moncd into Police Court Tuesday. $5, fat bulls $35.23, milch cows Claude Hudson, Burt Miller and Ed slow and weak. Calves Steady at last week's Sixteen Democrats and Four Repub-- 1 Henry aro accused of being the pro men closing prices; extra $9, fair to good prietors of the "game." These ( j MIT Tuesday night at 7 :30 o'clock at the Court nouse. All Woodmen of the World invited. They are preparing Be- - for a district meeting. Get in line. licans Fellow Lead of Louis W. I Atnett and Louisville Legislators, of the McNamaras. OF Set Meeting For Saturday at the Courthouse in Versailles to Urge Setting Aside of Call. Versailles, Ky., Jan. 23. Many Democrats of Woodford county standing Monday prominence and took action to express their indignation at the snap primary called by Congressman Cantrill's members of the Congressional Committee, when they signed a call for a meeting at the courthouse in Versailles for next Saturday afternoon, January 27, at 2 :30 o'clock for the purpose of taking such action in regard to the pri mary call "as may be deemed proper looking to the best interest of the party and to this end to call upon the proper party authorities to set aside said call." FARM SOLD to Play Ball on Win- here. In a private car of wood construction attached to train No. 23, the New Orleans express, four men were instantly killed, while four other men in the forward end of the same ear escaped unhurt. The four victims of the wreck were sleeping in the rear end of the private car, which was telescoped, by the engine pulling No. 3, the Panama Express," running fifty .miles an hour. chester Team This Season. Manager II. II. Phillips, of the Winchester Ball Club has signed a number of players who, he says, are sure enough winners. They are: Roy Cundiff, a third baseman and Win. Sears, an outfielder, both of Central City, Ky., who were signed on the recommendation of Burden; Whiting BrothFour Killed in The Wreck. ers, a battery from the Louisville The dead are: Saturday Afternoon League, who by President James T. Harahan, of Chicago, were recommended Neal; Ernest Kleiner, a southpaw former president of the Illinois Cenfrom Clare, Michigan;. Chas. Lantz, tral. pitcher, and E. S. Sanson, a second Frank O. Melcher, second of the Rock Island, whose baseman, both of Logan, West car was crashed. rice-preside- nt Tracv and Stokely, agents for. F. II. Hagr.rd. sold his farm of 200 acres near Flanagan to Mr. W. II. Elam, of Morgan county, at $65 per acroAsjPossession will be given 1. Fiankfort, Ky., Jan. 23. The Cou.ity Unit bill drawn in conformity with the provisions of the County Unit plank of the Democratic platform was reported favorably Monday by the County Unit and Liquar Regulations Committee of the Sen to tho ate, but was committee by a vote of 20 to 1C. Sixteen Democrats and four Republi;$3.i3. fourteen Democrats cans out-votthotities. Lambs Slow and 23c lower; ex- and two Republicans. tra $6.G06.73. good to choice $6.25 Senator Salmon moved to reKy.. Jan. 23 The , (E6.G0, common to fair $4.50G.15, Lexington. commit the bill to be reported Thursstate pure food authorities at the vearlings $4.233.23. day at 11 o'clock. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Brock Changes His Vote Prefer Salt to Sugar. Senator Brock, a Republican, vot- Station reported Monday to County I In some parts ot Africa chlldrea will Bullitt, of Louisville. ed not to recommit the bill and Attomev Scott eat salt in preference to sugar. Oa ixty-fiv- e cases for selling watered the gold coast a handful of salt wl changed his vote. dairymen purchase two slaves, The Democrats favoring the pass or skimmed milk against age or tne bill declared mat every supplying Louisville and certain re Senator was obligated bv their partv taurants. These cases resulted from ua.c ienae "pecuu.is TOO LATE TO CLASSfY platforms to support this Cuntv.lne throughout the I ! recently been. made Unit Bill, and some of' field and opposing the bill stated that they did whole of the Louisville milk THE LYRIC. 01 "ueKy. stitutional ,ottier Parts not think this bill was The sample were collected from the although Senators Moody, Thcnin? Ups and Downs. (Vitagraph.) milk depots, the dairymen, the res- -, Mistre.-- s and Grahan, all widely known con- of Haciende DeL (Ka- stit utionul lawyers. readS opinions by J tauranis, the hotels and other place.-- - lem j the court to sustain the constitution- where milk is served, and when a Indian Flute. (Vitagraph.) sample was found to be watered or ality of the act. Matinees everyday, 2:30 and 3:30 The Senate lawyers who think the skimmed, further investigation was Don't miss Auld Lang Syne toAppellate Court erred in holding the j made to determine who was lespon morrow (Wednesday) afternoon and present County Unit Bill constitu same. ADout uu samples were an night . tional are such widely known attor- alyzed in Louisville and 63 cases re neys as L. W. Arnett, Mark Ryan, ported for prosecution'. In most in- WANTED Five or six room cottage milk was taken from the stances the jh large yard for chickens. Call Gus Brown, and E. E. Hogg. dairymen's herds to determine how East Teca., phone 164. iFrankfort, Ky., Jan. 22 The much water had been added to the. County Unit, fight came up in the milk as supplied by the dairymen's NOTICE Charles Tabor's sale ad., ' on page four. Senate Monday afternoon ' when cows. common and largo $48. Hogs Market 10(wl5c lower; sebond each. lected heavy shippers $6.20(7? G.23, good to choice packers and butchers $(.20(?r6.23, mixed packers $G(n WATERED AND $6.20, stags $33. common to ! choice fat sows $4.235.65, extra $3.733.83. light shippers $3.30 SKIMMED $3.83: pigs (110 lbs., and less) $4.23 (a3.40. Sheep Slew and 1325c lower; Sold By Many Dairymen, According extra $3.G33.73. good to choice ! common to fair $L30 to Report of State Pure Fod Au - $78.73, MLK ed &, ' l-2- A FateTwt. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Street THEWIHCHESTcK IEWS. GermsSpreadinSkin Psoriasis and other skin are. caused by myriads of the skin. Tlnless "ems al work Inpromptly destroyed eexms. are these rapldlyVmultfply, gnawing their they tray deep . into- - the rcnsltivo tissue. This Is waat causes that awful itch, a mere rash and what seemed may grow worse and develop into a loathsome and, torturing skin disease with its years of misery. Don't take any chances! Destroy the jerms at the beginning of the trouble wah with that jcoothing he D. D.D. Prescription for Eczema. A 25c bottle will prove this to you. Eczema, HEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY Mce. IW-l- lj South Main Winchester, Kentucky. Dally, Except Sunday. "Entered as second-cla- ss matter November 28, 1908, at the postoffice ia Winchester, Kentucky, under thel let of March 3, 1879." 4 We have had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but have as never seen such remarkable cures InPrescription. those from X- - D. stant relief from the very first application. We are so confident that D. D. D. will reach your case that it will cost you nothing if the very first full size bottle fails to make good every claim. If you have skin trouble of any kind we certainly advise you to drop in and Investigate the merits of D. D. , .JVe knowithat D. D. D. 1?. anyway-,will help you. Reconciliation of General Grant and James G. Blaine. SPECIAL HALF HOUR SALES ' t o Hew the. Two Great Men, Estranged for Several Years, Became Friends Again Through the Efforts of Elkins. By E. J. I recently told EDWARDS. In this column the FOR WEDNESDAY. 9 to 9:30 A. M. 10c Pearl. Buttons doz OR SALE BT STRODE'S DRUG STORE story of the manner in which General Grant and James G. Blaine met at the : lC tug ".vas rolled along between the two Long Branch railway station at the SUBSCRIPTION RATES: FOR wife (LIFE ear as if he was a ball. His time of the funeral of President Gary escaped injury. field, rode In the same carriage to the By Mail i house of national mourning, were automoThe gzcclino in-- !; en Daily, one year $3.00 seated almost side by side at the funeral and yet absolutely Ignored tho : 1.5P bile was wrecked, and, when a fuse Six Months presence each of the other. There was Oae Month .2.' in one of the street ears blew out, not the slightest sign of recognition wrecking the an explosionfollowed, Payable in Advance. or even the most formal or cold courtstreet cars and putting many spectaImposed by Judge, Who Character- esy exchanged between them. Only a few of the politicians of the tors in danger. Browning's condition ftaVEimSINt MATES: izes Slaying of Wife as a Cruel eighties knew that General Grant and is regarded as critical. James G. Blaine had by tacit underfdplay Hr Inch. standing agreed absolutely to ignore And Cowardly Crime. .2,V 9w Qm, any ditio.. the presence of each other whenever they chanced to meet. To these knowThree turn, witfcia on nk. M SOUR GASSY UPSET Oregon, II., Jan. 23. Dr. II any ing ones the presumption was that LOO Out week, eontbroonshj Webster, sentenced Monday to the breaking of all relations between 1 9c 9m calendar mo., eontinnontlv 3.WI STOMACH REGULATED ifc imprisonment for the murder the two men was due to the fact that the friends of Blaine prevented the fonr reeks. 4 tinu a k. . . 2.i jf his bigamous wife, Bessie Kent third presidential of nomination fow weekfe, three tune a wiek. 1.80 Grant at Chicago in 18S0 and the Webster, will be taken to Juliet Prisaekaf ftwo tines a week. L20 Oui-friends of Grant prevented the nomiOrder Stomach Feels Fini on by Sheriff Delaney Friday to n nation, of Blaine at the time. The esLine: HcHca Per sentence. Webster asked to be trangement of the two men at the Five Minutes After Taking at Little .75 mj eka, on turn a week taken to the prison immediately, but time of the Garfield funeral was so complete that no one thought of a Diapepsln notices, body type. . Ikmim 11 changed his request when his father, reconciliation between them. reading, bmb heading... 15c P Yet less than two years later these motherland sisters asked for several The question as to how long you Republicans were Tkxa euatiiinous inaertions of same days to be with him before his im- two distinguishedand spent an hour or brought together are going to continue a sufferer from Tate. tmm at doable the obc-ub- is prisonment. more in resuming the cordial relations Indigestion, Dyspepsia or ClmHM PirWtr; When Webster's trial rceeutly was which had existed between them when Stomach is merely a matter ol James G. Blaine was speaker of the OM inMrtioL, any editioa lc how soon you begin taking Diapepsin called, in court here he entered a housetof representatives and Ulysses fixed S. Grant was president of the United plea of guilty, and the court Three inaertions continuously .. 2o If your Stomacli is laking in diMonday on which to sentence him. States. I am sure that the story of Saab three additional insertions. e gestive power, why not help the stomthis reconciliation and the manner in During the half hour ho spent in the which it was brought about have never Omf calendar mo., continuously. .10o ach to do its work, not with drastic courtroom Dr. Webster maintained a been publicly told; in fact, very few of Netking conn ted less than 10 words. of digesdrugs, but a the intimate friends of either Grant or His relacalm outward bearing. Ho itea charged oa booka for tive agents, such as are naturally al Blaine knew, until after Grant'3 Was fbaa 26 eenta. tives were led from the room at the death. In 1885, that cordial relations work in the stomach. s close of the sentence in a hysterical had been People with weak Stomachs should Stephen B. Elkins of West Virginia, condition. who recently died while a member of ADVERTISING CY THE take a little Diapepsin occasionally The Judge characterized the crime the United States Senate, was one of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM- world, of vanadium steel which had Electric Company in the United ana there wiil be no more Indigestion the very few prominent Republicans and cowardly. made possible the automobile, and States in 11)00. The tantalum lamp no feeling like a lump of lead in the as cruel who maintained a close personal Inti- POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE" high we are quite well acquainted with scores oh these three points macy with both Grant and Blaine GENERAL OFFICES stomach, no heartburn, Sour risings, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO during the period of their personal esMr. Jas.McCaffery, Mgr. of the other new metals, once so rare and efficiency, ability to withstand high Gas on 'Stomach, and, besides, what trangement. Mr. Elkins used someBRANCHES IN ALL TrtR PRINCIPAL CITIES PRESENTATION currents and whiteness of light. unknown. yon eat will not ferment and poison say to his friends that noth- Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recomtimes to Vanadium in small quantities is ing was a source of greater sorrow to mends Foley's Honey and Tar Only a few "years ai;o many of your breath with nauseous odors. him than the fact that these two warm deemed distributed in sandstones and limeLABORER DIES All these symptoms resulting from a because it cures in every these new metal.-- , were friends OF GROSSES alienated.of his had become, absolutely case. "I have used it myself and worthless. Their value in the com- stones and other rocks. Its greatstomach and dysour Some time in the latter part of the I have recommended it to many oth- mercial world remained undiscovered est value, when alloyed with iron as OF HEART FAILURE spepsia arc generally relieved in five year 1882, or It may have been early In ferrovandium, is in the making of minutes after taking a little DiapepIn 1883, Mr. Elkins became persuaded ers wl.o have since ttold me of its and the ores were not mined. Of Honor to Veterans Wiil Be Imthat both Grant and Blaine would be great curattive power in diseases of Colorado the miners used to throw steel. Other new metals rapidly sin. pressive Ceremony of Confederate glad If a way could be found by which coming into everyday use aro boron, Was Encaged in Friendly Game of away what they called "black-jack,- '" lungs." Foley's HonGo to your druggist and get a they could be brought into pleasant the throat and Reunicn in Macon, Georgia. molybdenum, chronium, ey and Tar Compound is a reliable but now they are searching the titanium, ease of Pape's Diapepsin now, relations once more. Mr. Elkins said Cards, When He Suddenly Fell to a member of General Garfield's off- family medicine. Give it to your dump heaps to collect this valuable vanillin, etc. and you will always go to the tabic The presentation of crosses of icial family: Over Dead. when ore because they recognize it as with a hearty appetite, and what you honor to the veterans will be one of "I am sure that General Grant children, and take it yourself The Louisiana Southern Railroad checks wolframite or tungsten ore. Tung eat will taste good, because your the most impressive ceremonies of would rejoice if he could make it up you feel a cold coming on. It Lexington, Ky., Jan. 23. Just afwith Blaine, and I am certain that and cures cough?, colds and croup sten lea.ped into prominence a few running from New Orleans to a stomach and intestines will be clean ter having finished drinking a bottle and fresh, and you will know there the Confederate Reunion which will Blaine has grieved greatly over the and prevents bronchitis and pneumo- years ago when it was first used for large urban distriot, will be electrimisunderstanding which has interruptS of Coca Cola, and while engaged in are not going to be any more bad be held in Macon, Ga., May 7, and ed the friendship long maintained with nia. Re fuse substitutes. electric fied. This road is 75 miles in length filaments in incandescent a game of cards with several friends nights and miserable days for you. 9. Grant. I am going to bring those two Electrification of a portion of tho Druggists-- . found that tiic new lamps. It was For Sale by Ail Thcmeu who will be honored will men together, although I don't know Samuel Sparks, a laborer at tue Old They place of car- Canadian Pacific Railway is said metal could be used in freshen you and make you feel receive their dresses from the hands exactly how to do it." Tarr distillery, and whose home is like Jife is worth living. "Why don't you invite them to dine bon for the lamp filaments, giving to be planned, the power to come Keep Hope Alive. of tho president of the United with you?" Elkins was asked. on Jane street, dropped over dead at Remember three times the light of the old from Adams River, where it is figNever abandon hope. "No, that wouldn't do," was the reDaughters of the Confederacy. If 11 o'clock Monday night in the sathat no earnest effort is ever lost. Get lamps at the same amount of cur- ured that 100,000 horse power is ply. "Each man would suspect that the present plan is not changed Genloon of Walter Harper, 933 West AULO LANG SYNE the other had put me up to that. I away from the habit of looking on the rent, and this new light was almost available, , . Commander-in-Chiso completeeral C. Irvine Walker, think there is a little pride that dark side. Nothing will power of. the pure white instead of an orange-re- d High street. ly paralyze the creative of the veterans, his stall stands in the way of their reconciliaSparks had uo intimation of hi SEEN E mind as a dark, gloomy, discouraged color. Tungsten has also many othtion." . can, you mat MORE? and W. G. Pritchard, Commanding aproaching death, and was laughiug A few days later Mr. Elkins said cental attitude. It keeps multitudes er valuable uses. In the form of sovery officer of the United States of Con- that he had given the matter much of people from obtaining the engaged in a social card game with of valdium tungsten a thought and he was satisfied that tho things they most desire. Wiil federate Veterans, and his aides friends when he suddenly fell ovcr Beautiful Scottish Photo Play produced.-.Tungstebrought Your Money Back For the Asking. only way to bring about the reconciliaue in will be to the right and left of the tion was to cause Blaine and Grant on a table. Death was instantaneAge Limit. joy to the heart of the housewife in Be Shown At The Lyric On WedEllen Terry, the actress, was one president of the Daughters will to meet as though by pure chance. It You Promise Nothing. ous, and was supposed to have been that it fixes dyes so that wash goods confidant that Night. the veterans on the right, while was evident to Elkins' already what day talking about the many women flank nesday, Matinee and the result of apoplexy. A number rejoiced planning Elkins was who asked ber to help thein get on will wash. Silk merchants the maids and .sponsors of the would appear to be an accidental, un the stage, when' she said: "Every We arc so confident that wc can of men were in 'the saloon, and the tuiig-te- n salts added expected meeting between Grant and woman under 30 Imagines that she is for other Auld Lang Syne, to be shown on Sons will bo on their left. and furni-- h relief for indigestion police patrol wagon was called and or two later Mr. El- an actress. And every actress .be- weight to silk. canvass at the Lyric Theatre 'WedDouglas Lamar, state Blaine. A day before his ia Mrs. Walter that we promise to supply the ibody removed to Sparks' home kins appeared , confidant lieves that she Is under 30." extremely is steel Tungsten nesday afternoon and night, is a two regent of Georgia and president of again, and he was as radiant as a the medicine free of all cost to every on Jane strct, a short thoroughC-irtough. iProjeetiles made from it story Sidney Lanier Chapter, is planning child. arte who ues it according to direcwhich runs off of AVest High street, reel picture of a picturesque THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE "I am .the happiest man in Washhave pentratcd through 14 inches of of the Highlands of Scotland, based to make this gathering tho crowning ington," he cried. "I left Grant and tions who is lint perfectly satisfied near the crossing of the Queen : Tungsten armor plate. upon the sweet and noble sentiment event of the reunion, from the Blaine yesterday afternoon sitting is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. the best with the results. Wc exaet no promCrescent railwny tracks. needles are the best on the side by standpoint of the Daughters. Mrs. kindly side, engaged (in the most To cure your la grippe coughs take compass ises and put no one under any obliSparks was about 45 years old, of "Auld Lang Syne." and familiar conversation. You market . Two typical Scotch ladV, vigorous Lamar not only has tlie moral supSurely nothing gation whatever. and is survived by his widow, Mrs. know. Grant came to Washington a Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. Tungsten is now mixed in Arizona, could be fairer. We are located of few days ago. You may know that R. E.. (Fisher, Washington, Kas., of rcckbound port, but the active Mollie Sparks. He was employed with the warmth Blaine for some time now has been California, Nevada. Montana. Idaho right here where you live, and our as a cattle feeder by Simon Weil at friendship, cemented with the asso- all members of the chapter of which occupied with getting together ma says: "I was troubled with a severe and Colorado, which produce CO per reputation should be sufficient asthe Tarr distillery in the West End. ciation of membership in the same slip is the head. All ale working to terial for the book which he intends attack of la grippe and nothing I snrnassnnv of , to write, a sort of reminiscence of hla used did me anv :rood and I was cent., of the output. The tungsten surance of the genuineness of our clan, are equally smitten with the in:nki flip, miles long All- blandishments of Jennie, a truly the same character ever held A j belt in Colorado is three offer. threatened with pneumonia. HMnt'fl The! market PRESENCE OF MIND miles wide. winsome Scotch lassie. Wc want every one who is trounouncement has not yet been made Blaine's book gave me the hint for friend, advised me to use Foley's and eight tungsten has become almost a? bled with indigestion or dyspepsia The picture is rich with naturalHoney and Tar Compound and I got for as to where the meeting will be held . the meeting." asked how Elkins was he accomcopper, zinc and OF in any form to come to cur store and ness; scenery and location are ex- Mrs. Damar and the committee of plished the meeting so that neither some at once. I was relieved from staple as that of ceedingly real, while the portrayal of ladies working with her have several Blaine nor Grant would be suspicious the very first. By the time I had lead. buy a box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tabof his intervention. le rival of tungsten is lets. Take them home, and give A Scotch life is most thorough and places under consideration and will grippe was "No, no, I shall never tell that:J taken three bottles my la Who Was Wedged In Between Two fascinating. decide this question at an early date those two men must never suspect gone. I believe Foley's Honey and molybdenum, a metal discovered in them a reasonable trial, according f that they met except by accident," El- Tar Compound to be the best medx- - 177S, but as vet found m suen scant, to directions. If they don't please Street Cars, Prevents Explosion The picture is deserving of close kins declared with great positiveness. keep' a quantities that the uncertainty of you. tell us and we will quickly reattention. All parts arc mot care"If 1 should tell it to one person howj cine I ever used and always and Saves Lives. the snpply makes it commercially turn your money. They have a very they met I should be likely to tell It bottle with me.'.' presented thoroughly fully and . to another, and- - that would spoil the second to tungsten. mild but positive action upon the orFor Sale by All Druggists. A Toledo, Ohio. Jan., 23. "Stand Such scenes as thostf of Georn-tinincident." y Though tantalum ha been known gans with which they come in conin the firelight are to And so far as I know Elkins never back, boys, don't bring any lights told to anyone how he brought about METALS ONCE RARE century, it was not commer- tact, apparently acting as a regulafor The portrayal of praised. CONTINUED near the gasoline," was the warning the meeting between Blaine and cially useful until MoUan in 11)03 tive tonic upon the relaxed muscuScotch life is extremely creditable of Roy A. Browning, 33 years old. NOW IN COMMON USE. Grant a meeting that resulted in perbrow-ru- t it into the limelight thiough lar coat of the bowel, thus overcomfect reconciliation, so that from that a funeral director, shouting to hun- to all the actors and the story is slile of the Curry Dry Goods day forth, until the death of General the electric furnace. It is found in ing weakness, and aiding to restore metals calculated to fulfill its purpose W A few years ago such The dreds of spectators who saw iiim Grant, the two fast friends. The the bowels to more vigorons and establishing the truth of an undying Company is being continued, as an- (Copyright. 1911. remained Edwards. All vanadium, silicon, tanta- the Black Hills of Dakota. Wedged between two street cars earby E. J. Rights Reserved.) -- in Monday's costly most important use to which tanta- healthy activity. Three sizes," 25c., Scotch sentiment. lum and many other rare and paper. Mr. nounced ly Monday evening, his right lung metals were unknown outside M" lum is put is in the manufacture 50c. and .1.00. Remerober, yon call . Taking the picture as a whole it W. E- - Cnrry is m charge. At the Te- penetrated by a broken rib. Majestic Matron Doe bus- - scientific circles, but now we are all of filaments for incandescent lamps. obtain Rexall Remedies only at our This is a last chance to purchase The automobile in which BroVvn-i- is one of the prettiest in scenery and Phillips tend smoke, my dear? (familiar with tungsten lamps, which They were put on the market in Ger- - store The Rexall Store. been thrown new and dependable goods, at great and his wife were sealed was sentiment that ha5-ev- er Flippant Ditto I donl Drugstore, .50 SouthtiMaip street. Ibave revolutionized the . .lighting ly reduced prices.. dead, yon sea. ciushed between two cars. Brown- - on canvass. Both Phones 91.' TEH nr inrni rvrrn No more than 4 doz. to a customer.1 WtBotK 10 to 10:30 A. M. Simpson and American Prints 10 yards to a customer. 2C yd. ...t .... 1:30 to 2 P. M. 25c Bo Writing Paper - None solcLta Dealers. of be-ri- ! 2:30 to 3 P. M. -- 7c 10c Lace and Bmbroideryl lc yd. No more than 10 yards to a customer. er Cora-poun- d, er 50-ec- nt - ef JO IE ng dy.-pcp- 1 po-sib- g bec.-pec-iall- IK T THE WINC heste R .HEWS. PateTrat, THE NEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN to-da- -- OF STERLING SILVER You Is the colonial pattern of ( 1 Xora Xapier, of the Whichever Cloak aad Suit Company, spent Saturday and Suitday at her JEWELER OPIItllH home in Paris. Rcse aie entertaining from 3 to 5 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Bush. Miss Laura Bcuhiy has accepted ,i good position in Lexington. Mrs. Ethel Bnh and son. Junior, have returned to Indianapolis, after to Mr. Allen Owen's 'family. a vi.-- it Little Elizabeth VanMeter is out j people rt enjoyed (he affair to the D. A. R. Meeting after an attack of tonsilitis. Chapter I). A R. will meci must. Miss Sophia Marks, of Attica, , Friday afternoon at 230 o'clock ! hid., arrived Sunday to be the guest with Miss Miller. President Clark, of K. W. L lias of Mis Ida Fcld. Mis.-c- s Carrie Fcalheringill and i returned from Berea, where he acted LadlCS Aid Carrie Morgan Graves were in Lex!as a iudsc in the animal l.!-iThc Lndio' Aid of the ChiJ-tu- ui tween the literary societies of the ington last week. t'hiuvh will meet next Thursday at ,Mrs. J. W. Scobee's friends are college. 10 a. in., in the parlor of the church , glad to know she is getting along Moses Bash, of M'"enpoli-lo few for the poor. her operation.. Mum... and Charles Bus., c" We.--t nicely Dr. II. If. Henry was called to his Virginia, were summoned ho...,; v Leap Year Dance. home in Montgomery county last ; illness of their inc-c- r, will give a Leap the seriou-The young ladies week on account of the illness if his Trar Dance Thm"hd:iy evening at Mrs. Joe J. Btih, of Ford. lnothcr, J. D. Henry. He accompanIV. Maeon Ka!i, of Jackson, ".he Auditorium. Saxton's Orchesied the young man to Lexington ill at the home of his daughwill furnish the nm-i- c. tra where he was successfully operate ter. Mrs. Floyd Day, in this city. upon for appendicitis. Birthday Party Mr. Nannie Kash, of Mt. Sterling, Mr. V. W. Bush was in Paris oi at was here Saturday to see him. Miss Ira Browne Thursday in the interest of the proMrs. B. I. Jouett. Mrs. X. P. her home on Georgia avenue Monday posed new railroad line. afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Many and Mis Elizaheth VanMeter games were played and a delightful i were guests Wednesday at a lunch- ADVERTISED LETTERS lunch "with ice cream and cake was con given hy Mr- - and Mrs. Kobeit" Biuun, John W. pro-cColeman, vof Lexington. served. were: FranClark, Mi-- s Sudio ces Rawlins". Xolia Devary. Elizaheth Mr. Prewitt. of Mt. Stci'-linlicit, II. 0.. Butsch. Viiginia Board. M"aiy E. was in this city. Monday. llarhaugh. Mrs. Luvicy Mr. L. 11. Bryan, of Xoi th'Middle-tnwn- . Board, Georgia Oliver, Roxie Oiiver. Samuel- -. Miv. Win. Mary Ellen Gravett. Beitka Gravett. is ;Mter, Mr.--. F. ' Tyler, Mrs. J. W.' Mary Evans Strode. Sarah M. Bean. S. Kerr.' ' Williams, Oscar Eveline Devary, Eiizaheth 'Jackson, Mr. Lee Wheeler Baldwin has acZiginan, Albert in Chicago, Mabel Raiding, Fannie Belle Xel-ocepted a fine JOIIX G. WHITE, Postmaster. Viigil Eade.--, Laura Jett, Ellis Kohl-hns- s, and has gone to assume his dutie- -. Mir- - Julia Spurr. of Lexington, Gainer Owen. Brown Owen and HIS LINE Winchester, where she is giing Xancy Devary. The house was beautifully decolessons in art at the Winchester rated, the table adornments being Public Schools. Prof. Croxton, o especially attractive- an dthe young Lexinclon. has a eins in vocal MLsi outline and refinement propriate for use with any other colonial silver, old or new you may have. Call and see this new patr' tern, v It's simplicity of of dtcoraion inakes it apy. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis. Thousands ot families always keep it in the house. The approval given of their physician and the experience of many years have Ajer' lucni gicciLcuiiiiuciius 111 could'not please us better than to ask your doctor about una Ask Your Doctor luuii iiitmuiK.. PUBLIC :- SALE 4 2 miles the Kuckerville 1-- - Obliging 1 Lowell. Mass. will -- ell r at pnolie a!e. o One's Friends TWELFTH WISCONSIN 'IN WAF e fi"i Wim-lie-te- pike, on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY LOCKNANE "No," said little stenos.-apher-. shoats of thoughtfully, as she carefully placed James Warren at $2.,"0 a piece; the stamp In the corner ot the last envelope and then 'stacked the day's weight about o0 pounds. or John Todd sold a buweh of shoats mall. "It Isn't that I I'm anything like that. like to do thlzsz to parties at 5 2 cents per pound. for people occasionally as well as the J. A. XoeU bought twenty five next one. Cut If I do it Cor one 1 do 1 can't be partial. ewes for $5.30 a .piece, and eight it for a dozen, for I hate to, but I'll have to put my foot lambs with them. down and decline to do f?.vors." The bookkeeper looked, up In surEllis Xoel bought 8 shoats cf prise. "Why what's he began, per vyVinfiehl Thomas at 4 .wonderingly. pound; (weight averaged about 47 "Well." explained the little stenographer, "last Sunday I took dinner pounds, each. with a friend of mine and during th 'Wiufield Thomas old to 1). U. afternoon she asked if I'd do just a per tiny favor for her. She had some proTaylor, 8 shoats at 3 cent grams for her club that she was to pound. was so for her to make, and J. L. Wilt sold one milch cow to write them it by hand.hard Besides, her Eddy Witt for $40. handwriting was dreadful, so would 1 two veal just as soon run them off on my typeS. X. Ballard sold writer? What could I say alter eatcalves to Mr. Oliver for 5 2 els. ing her dinner? So I've been devoting We have heeii having sonwj of the my noon hours, besides getting down early mornings this whole week, to coldest weather that we have had 'running off' these simple little proyears, twenty grams. for the past thirteen below zero. Stock and people have "Then, when I could breathe freely, suffeied with cold. But llio weather I saw the end of the programs this as has moderated considerable at coming into view, my friend called me up and asked me if I'd look to see that time. Eddy Witt bought 3 1-1-- OH. BOWEN OC 31, 12 Company Was Fortunate to Participate in Several Expeditions and Won Much Distinction. Governor Randall called for the Twelfth Wisconsin some time in Sep tember, 1S61, and it was organized al Camp Randall in October, with Col George E. Bryant in command and Dc Witt C. Poole, now in the regulai army, as lieutenant colonel, both ol whom had served in the First Wiscon sin, writes Lieut Col. J. A. Watrou3 TJ. S. A., in the Milwaukee Sentinel "Who shall be major?" was asked. The governor was disposed to go tc one of the regiments that had gone out soon after Lincoln's first call foi at 10 o'clock a. in., the following per- sonal property: 2 brood IETY mares. mules. . J 2 milch cows. 1 fa ? heifer. 2 calves.. li! Iientl Corn in of sheep. the crib. implements i Fanning and some 1 Early in September the Second Wis moved from Camp consin infantry Kalorama. then several miles from the Al-- u at the ame time three small center of Washington, but now a beautiful portion of the capital city, to f.unis will be rented to highest bidChain Bridge, and from there across der. given March 1. the Potomac river into Virginia, where Terms made known on day of sale, it was expected that the enemy was preparing to fight. It was customary for officers in that ARNOLD SAMS, vicinity to ride out toward the ConAv'.nsV 0. W. Bnrch. federate line to investigate and see the sights. One warm afternoon Capt that hoiehold and kitchen furniture. officer. . PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Van-Met- er ut of stenographic work at priees. Miss Alice Moss. t Moffctt & Spencer's office in Fraternity Building. AH kinds Bit-har- d g, LITTLE STONER Mrs. Nannie McKiniwy has hcen quite ill, hut now i somewhat better Mrs. Ernest Burgher and little on and Mrs., Bob Henry and children, of near Winchester, visited relative- - at his place last Wednesday. Mrs. O. P. Wills returned lo her lomc here Monday, after a month's itay with her daughter, Mrs. James 'Sinnpter. in Mt. Sterling. Mr. Aa and Loyde Todd, of Clay City, werchere last week at the bedside of their mother, 'Mrs. Nannie SKKinney. Mrs. ySerena Bradley spent Friday .vith her daughter, Mrs. C. T. Eeton. NOTICE The fine Jersey bull, Billy Goou'.o?, at if2.00, money dut at time of service. B. A. OGDEN will serve cows ujj , n. po.-iti- in A FEW 1 Taken at random from our Clearance Sale. Children's Hose, strong Zn lefL line, 25c value. J. Ladies' Aprons, your i choice fori for Ready-to-wea- ill AFTER TIME New Band Leader Do yon read music. Mr. Corntossel? The Country Ccrnettist No: I playt it I ain't no elocutionist; I'm a mu slcianer, I am. BROCK SCHOOL HOUSE. Mr. Hill Oliver is on the sick list. Mrs. Addie Garrett is on the sick ist. Mrs. Alba Men-i- t t has returned to lcr home in Iowa, after spending a 'civ wecks'.s visit with friends and relatives at this place. continues Mr. Vcrium Devary quite ill. Mr. Tom Henry has gone to Iowa trip. m a prospective Mr. G. W. Osborne sold six to Mr. Cooper for $20. We have had a severe winter for he past two weeks. Mr. Asa Brock visited Mr. Kohl-'ias- s bu.-iuc- ss Qui.-enber- 54 I A recently. 24c r our specialty. ) Garments, you will come back. WINCHESTER CLOAK & A. M. DOMB, Atrial is all we ask and SUST Miss Mary F. Curtis is visiting at Winchester. Mrs. G. W. Osborne celebrated her 37th birthday, January 177-wit- h Nervisse Let me pass; my time Is a nice oyster dinner: ice cream and valuable. Theuay was greatly enjoyed Raffles Then fork it over; mine's C only worth 85 ceats, with the chain by all present. seHiiig.in this vicinitv at Fodder is thrown In. 0 cents p?r, shocks When a Man Runs. Hy There are men in this world wtu will run miles in any weather to avoid ' FURSI1I FURS! JTJRSH talking to a woman who knows more than they do, and knows it. and show that she knows that she Knows Will p'ay you?; the HigHest Sydnor Harrison. Prices for your.-urs- . Breuscott's name was spelled right. I She was almost sure she had written it 'w' instead of 'u.' And she had so I rewrote that page of every one of the programs. "When I finally delivered them she was delighted. She said they were so lovely that she knew the club would always want her to get them up every year, and wasn't it nice that she had a friend who was willing to do a little favor for her once in a while? "Then, while I was still cramped with the extra work of the programs, another friend, called me up. She said she wanted a copy of a certain song, containing .about 40 verses, and she couldn't get it except in book form, and she didn't want to go to that expense, so would I just as soon run over some noon and copy it off in short hand? It would take her so long to write It in regular longhand and it wouldn't take me a minute, she was sure; "Of course, I did as she requested. 1 waited around the store half an hour. looking for some one who would be willing to let me copy the song. Then all the time I was copying it the man ager stood in front of me and glared at nie. for fear I'd run away with the book, I suppose. It was such a pleasant experience! "Then that friend of mine called me up late In the afternoon, just as I was getting ready to leave the office. to ask me if I'd just as soon make her three copies of the song I'd already made one copy with a carbon for she wanted to send away two copies. So I sat down and wrote them off and mailed them. "Oh, yes, she appreciated It very much. Any time I want to go any where, she says pityingly, for my lack of a regular, man escort she'll be glad to go with me if her husband is out of town, so she can leave home! "This morning, whilo the manager was dictating a very important letter, the phone rang. Ho looked so exesperated, while I took down from the phone, at the request of this same friend, detailsof just how many yards of lace and just what pattern to get and what price she wanted to pay and which store to visit to look at the while sweaters that were selling at $5 and to see if they were really a bar gain, and if they were, to have one sent out and pay for it and she'd re pay me. Since then I have been trem bling every time my buzzer rings for fear the manager Is calling me to tell me that my services aren't needed any longer. - "By the time I finished her little errands my whole noon hour was gone and I'm as hungry as a bear now, for 1 haven't had a bite since breakfast" M.rs. - RAILROAD jit J FABLES LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY CbMPANY No.1JKo,3 WT.3Ti:OUNT '.v. Quiei.sand, Ky. Daily jDaily a. m. p. m. I 1:25 5:05 I Jackson, Ky O. & Injunction ..( 5:10 ( 1:57 1:50 r Ci Atkol, Ky Beattyville Juct .. Torrent, Ky Campton, Juct., .. Clay City, Ky. L. & E. Jnnctidn .. Winchester, Ky. . ',r. Lexington, Ky. .. EASTBODND 42 4:25 4:04 1:30 lf:04 j:44 330 4:05 ... G:"43 7ii9 7:51- - 437 4:50 8:05 8:50 535 iNo.2l No. 4 Daily Daily p. m.j a. m. r.v. Lexington, Ky .. .1 135 Winchester, Ky. .. 2:17 8:03 L. & E. Junction . . 235 9d& A Shell Exploded in Company I. Clay City. Ky. 3:05 8:50 Campton Juct. .. 3:47 9:27 William E. Strong of Company F. 655 3:12 Torrent, Ky Second Wisconsin, rode out When he Beattyville Juct. Ky 6:03 2:51 came back he had a blood curdlins story to tell that attracted much atf.35 222 A:hol, Ky tention. He had suddenly run into a O. & K. Junction .1 5d9 1057 squad of several Confederates and. 525 11H)5 Jackson, Ky singe handed and alone, had whipped 1 11:25 r. Quicksand, Ky. .. them, killing one or two and wounding others. As you know, that was early CONNECTION: In the war and an incident of that kind, at that time, was a big thing. LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will make Governor Randall and other Wiscon- connection at Lexington with the L. sin people-ha- d seen the accounts of & N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will Captain Strong's encounter with the make connection with the L. & N. enemy and it did not take long to de- Lexington for Cincinnati, Ohio. cide that he should bo major of the JUNCTION Trains Nos. new regiment then forming, and he CAMPTON 1, 2, 3 and 4 will make connectioa was appointed. was soon detailed as an inspecting officer and with Mountain Central Railway to on special duty most of the time, and from Campton. reaching the responsible place of in- BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains spector general of the Sevententh No.- -. 1. 2 and 3 will make conmeetioH corps. At the end of the war he was with the L. & A. Railway for Beattya brevet brigadier general. ville. The Twelfth left Madison the sec& K. JUNCTION Trains Noa- - 2, ond week in January, 1862, and went 0. 3 and 4 will make connection with direct to Weston, Mo., traveling Jrom Hannibal, 236..miles, in open freight Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Caanel cars when thexthermometer indicated City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations." 15 degrees below zero, and there was CHARLES SCOTT, no fire in the cars. It did a great deal General Passenger AfMt of guard duty in Missouri and Kansas, and participated In various expeditions LtUISVILLE & nASHVILLI until May of that year, when it went Southfetfiiitf. to Tennessee. It was its fortune to participate in several Important raids Wo. 87 Cineimati-KraxTil- U and to be assigned to responsible pobeal sitions in thit state during the next 10: ,i a. m. three months. In these faI3s. the H3 Cincinnati-JacksMTSVo Twelfth ran up against the enemy limited, 10:32 a. m. several times and won a good name. iMal When the Vicksburg campaign came No. 9 Maysrille-Stasfo- rl the Twelfth tcok its place with the at- rith Cincinnati connection at Paria, tacking forte and was on duty until arrives at C30; departs at 033 p" at Pemberton's surrender, and then tin. 31 Cbcinnati-AUan- U uaM joined Sherman in his campaign against Jackson. Colonel Bryant was 1122 n. m. in command of the brigade. From the capture of Jackson until the opening NorthfeKWi of the campaign in 1SC4 (the Twelfth fiaMM No. 34 Atlanta-Cincinnakept up its reputation as a raider and 4:52 a. m. a guarder of railways, frequently get 2aaa) No. 10 Stanfcrd-Vaysri- la ting into noi losms a con- si,ierable numberof men At the af- - tonnectiner at Pari? for Cpwiaaa'i t&r at Bolton station, during due at 7:15, leaves at 722 & m. W man's .Meridian expedition, a shell No. 38 Knoxville-Ciaeianpioded in Company I, killing one man L arrives 2:48; departs 2 3 B. an,i bounding five others, ill 32 No. The regiment in March. limited 537 p. JwkwrrCikaiy m. 1S64. At the expiration of 30 days All are daily, except Nea. in Wisconsin it was ordered to the front ajd joined the army on the way 10, which are daily except Sub day. to Atlanta, June 8, and from that time CHESAPgaW until the end of the campaign was almost constantly close to the front line of battles.' The losses of the regiment No. 26, Daily, Ex. Sun. ..8:45 a, from the time it joined Sherman in .12:19 . M. June until July 14, were eight killed No. 22, Daily o. 28. Daily Bvi . and 16 wounded. The part taken "... by the Twelfth at what was then Ko. 24, Daily called Bald Hill, but now known as Leggett Hill, la honor of an Ohio So. 27, Daily, Ex. Stra. ..622 general who commanded the division, . 7v:4 ! m. gave .that regiment a test that few Mo. 21, Duly aw ai. Jb. 25. Qai2y Ex Sua . . 4 .regiments ever underwent 70 ... -- it The-mSj- , ta i it-H- enry riose"' AUDITORIUM SKATING Junk Shop- - RINK. CO. Inc. Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Admission 10c, Skates free. Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c, No. 23North Maple st. Tennessee Phone 215, Homf East Phone 59C. ll-lS-4- 'don't blame you a little bit," said the bookkeeper, sympathetically. "It's a shame the way people Impose on others, never dreaming that they're asking anything out of the ordinary. Why don't you tell them that you're too busy? I'd never stand for such impositions." The little stenographer beamed at him it was good to have some one understand! "Oh, by the way." he interrupted her na she said good night. "Would you just as soon stop in on your way to the station ana senu some cm pick out anything you think go well with a pink outfit? .My sister asked nie to do it and I didn't have time this noon. I'll pay you to- -, morrow, when you Know wnat tne prlce is." "Oh, of course," replied the Httls stenographer, weakly. "I'll be glad to." "1 ti. Sher-flowe- ad k I Mlt. S. , Manager. " Skates 15c. Elks Building Both Phones 364. WINCHESTUR, KY. , to Particular attention to Ladies. Bnginners taught free from 10 12 A. M. J r. - 61 Main Street- -. .,: Bloomf ield v 6c Ratliff M-- Props : LL, D.B. SCOEEE try is a round, tin cake-pawith a cone 'in the center, commonly known as a Twk's-fiead.- " A stick tirlven throagfc the ; cone into the ground makes it tepossible for an animal to bvertBra .tk pan. Ladies' Home Jour 'iff nal! - Good Water Pan for Pets i ., A good water pan for pets or' poul- Probably. "Does your new assistant do things with spirit?" "I must say, he does not, seem to do anything without it" t A Cinch. "How did. he manage to get elected by such ajlarge majority?" b was a pl- "He i. t0S2otens No. 23, 'Daily '. . in Pay Few. THE WINCHESTER NEWS BL00MINQDALE EARLY CLOSE Having sold my farm, I will offer at-1- 0 AT THE Miss 1 CLASSffB) COLUMN CLASSIFIED ADVEHTISEMMTSl Ic a warti far a aaHai aartaav at public sale, on In Thursday, January 25th, 1912, o'clock, a. m., on the premises known as the Har-gi- s place miles from Winchester on the Paris pike, IS Government's pen Side of Case . Miss Edna Gamboe visited uarro Pattie and Willie Aldridge, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Willie Perkins bought of Mr.. Bluford Tracy, one horse mnle at tnatm ire. r wtra Ottikto 0 HT'II .D. COf Opera House ALL THIS WEEK THE FAMOUS 2t a war far Una aaaaaaaflva a . .fl6'3. Mr. William Adams delivered his the following personal property : Against The Indicted Chicago tobacco to the Planters' Ware-houe- s, iu foal to last week. 2 I.usy Dee riding cultivators. 1 bay inare, Packers. Mrs. William Adams and son, Ar-vi- l, Hamilton Chief. Safe for women, aiid 2 walking steel Vulcan beam TTmlol 3l.,f, children to drive. fSiifiiin. .1:111breaking plows. and daughters, Rcatha, Adah 1 disc plow. 1 pony, well broke, cart District Attorney James II. Wilker-so- n Mae, visited at Mr. John Gauiboe's 1 tobacco cultivator. and harness. Sunday predicted that the Gov- Friday. horse mule. 1 double shovel. 1 Mr. J. It. Abner and Hanson Gamernment's side of the case against mare mule. 1 Deering mower. 1 the indicted Chicago packers would boe were in Winchester, Saturday. gelding, broke to 1 Avery corn drill. be concluded within three weeks. Mrs. Thonit Baker and two' chil1 disc harrow. drive. Investigators for the Government dren visited Mrs. Bailer's mother, smoothing harrow. one 2 graded cows, 1 have submitted to Mr. Wilkerson last week. due to calve February. 1 Old Hickory wagon and bed. comparisons between testimony givMr. Tillman Shearer's family vis2 yearling heifers. 1 hay frame. en at this trial by certain witnesses ited Mr. Wililam Adam's family, yearling Jersey 4 sets of work harness. 1 thoroughbred and that given before the Federal Sunday. 2 sets of plow harness. beifcr, eligible to register. grand jury which have investigated Mr. and Mrs. Warren Durham arc C 123-l1 rubber tire buggy, good as new. the packers' cases. shoats. receiving congratulations on the armeat bogs, ready to 2 330-l1 steel tire buggy. girl, Francis rival of a nine-pouThis action, it is said, was promptAll the above tools and vehicles ed by the apparent fault' memories Clay, January .". Mrs. Durham was butcher. 130 ewes and 4 Southdown buck.-.- ; good as new 'only been used a short of witnesses on matters considered formerly Miss Lena Rainy and betime. ewes due to lamb in March. important by the Government. Mr. fore her marriage lived here, whoie 300 shocks of fodder. 4 doz. 'White Leghorn pullets. Wilkersoin declined to discuss thi she has many friends. 114 shocks of corn. 5 Xarraganctt turkey hens and Mrs. Minnie Hagland visited her phase of the matter. It was intimatLot of corn in crib. one gobbler. ed, however, that ,Tction against the parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Mastin, to witnes&es was under consideration. Saturday. bill gcat, Other things too numerous 1 yearling Angora broke to work. mention. Mr. John Aldridge visited his sister, Mi's. Walter Brown, Saturday FURS!! FURS!!! FURS! TERMS $20.00 and less cash, all over $20.00 eight night and Sunday. 6 per cent, interest. months with negotiable note Will pay yon the Highest Cash Mr. Frank Thomas and wife visPrices for your Furs.. ited the former's sister, Mrs. TheoJ. W. HISEL dore Thompson, Saturday night and H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. Bridge Junk Shop Sunday. No. 23 North Mapie si There was a rabid dog came Tennessee Phone 215, Hom East KB through here last Monday, and did Phone 596. jonsiderable damage. Mr. W. C. th b. b. nd m Clark County Vational BANk Accounts of Yxc a wtri MTtlM. I6o a wsri te la Harvey MsrchMts, Farmers and Collection: Traders Made Solicited? feature InurtlM. MathlH nr Stock Company taMrttd far Mats. Mathtaf far bM tkaa 1 TRACY AND STOKELY oa Ail Points. i FOB RENT ..; Cepital and Surplus 1 $350,000.00 RED CROSS DAIRY FARM Dr. M. S. Browne Has Fifty Head of Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fine Machinery Installed. Ladies will be admitted free Monday night if accompanied bv one paid ticket bought before 6:00 p. m. Monday evening. SPECIAL at CHAS. A. TABOR TheNew Depositor ll-18-4- In this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve you that we may prow the quality of our banking service. We invite you to call and see us. MONTGOMERY FAIR DATES Citizens National Bank Near Court Houv. Winchester, Ky. Are Fixed For Week of July 30 tc August 3 By Elected. Mr. Sterling, Ky., Jan. 12. At the meeting of the Montgomery County Fair Directors the dates foi the fair for the coming meetinp were fixed for the week of July 30 k Mr. Charlc.-G- . August 3, incul.iv. n wholeThompson, the sale grocery man, elected prcMden! and alr-- treasurer while Mr. W. Clil! secretary. Hamilton, was The directors state that it is theii purpose to offer the most libera' premiums for show rings; and nvil' use every effort to make this fail the biggest and best county fair in i the state. well-knowo Corner Main ans South Court Street, Directors. Officer? r Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the lu !s easy to travel all over the State and other States. If you haven't our service you should have. Call our manager for full information. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY nnnnHvinnnBHH The Right Cement for Concrete is Superior Endures. INCORPORATED) Only four jury trials were held in Circuit Court hu--4 week, and the pet- tit jury was dismissed by Judge Ben ton, while the grand jury finished their labors Saturday evening. It the case of the Commonwealth against Bige Well-;- , of Bath county and Ben Johnson, of this county, re sulting from a horse trade with a colored man from Bath county. Wells and Johnson were each finci1 $100 and costs, and the animal returned to its original owner. Court adjourned Saturday, the term waf one of the shortest in years. Mr. Harry F. Howell, one of thr prominent young fanners in Montgomery county, is being urged to get into the race for the Democratic nomination for sheriff of this county receiver Xcws from Washington here that Senator Bradley will Major A. T. Wood, of this city for reappointment as State Pensioi Agent was very gratifying to tht friends of .Major Wood. e Since the opening of 1912 Dr. M. PRICES, - 10, 25 AND 30c S. Browne has bought about fifty head of cattle; Jerseys, Holsteins Scats on sale at Strode's Drug Store and grades, and has been receiving, by rail, from the great dairy regions of the Middlewest, machinery mills, shredder, eusilage cutter, engines, REAL ESTATE. separators and appliances necessary to the complete equipment of a. modFarms for sale, Houses dairy plant; capable ern, and Lots for sal or of furnishing "certified milk" prorent. ducts, and is now about ready to A specialty of Lot have such a dairy put in operation ences; well located; either first or sales. Stevens had a valuable hofee bitten at the old Karsner homestead, near second floor; price right. by the dog. the city, and on the Colby pike, on & . BLQOMFIELD RAW Office in McEldowney Building Mr. W. T. Rucker has moved to his- - 250 acre farm, known as "The BOTH THONES Auditorium Bldg. the farm he rented from Mr. Her- Griggsby-'KarsnPlace." ', ( bert Heflin. None but young, vigorous and FOR SALE Shelled corn. Get our healthy, tuberculin-teste- d cattle, caprices. S. Renaker & Son. pable of producing the highest grade LADIES WATCH YOUR of milk, will be permitted on this farm; which, for the future, is to be WANTED Plain sewing. Mrs. Cliff devoted to the production of high-claIternal Vigilance is The Price of Broadns, 214 West Broadway. milk, for the supply of Win"MORE THAN WET Luxurant And Radiant Hair. chester's milk drinkers. The owner FAR RENT G loom cottage or. the ipromise of the aid of Dr. I dandruff germs are devouring has College street; all modern convenRobt. Graham, head of Veterinary J. M. STEVENSON he nourishment that belongs to the iences and a garden. Call Home Science and Scram production at Attorney-at-Laiair it will soon begin to fall. Furphone 320. State College, and was aided hy Dr. will lose its life and thermore it Winchester, Ky. 60 S. Main St. E. S. Good, head of Animal Husbanuster and will hecome dull, faded FOR SALE Lot of clover hay. At dry, especially in selecting registermd even look slovenly. the old Ducrson . place on I'aris ed Holsteins. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH If you have any signs of dandruff pike, w: B. Fox. Mr. Wm. Abney, an active young Attorneys-at-La- w ;ou ought to go right to your diug-ribusiness man of large experience, FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder today and get a bottle of PARI5th Floor McEldowney Building has leased tho above place for a Will feed in pasture, straw stack;. SIAN SAGE. This delightful and term of years, and "will run it in Winchester, Ky. Barbee Betts. efreshing hair tonie is guaranteed conjunction with the owner. For dan-Irnf- f, y Phillips Drug Store to kill FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tha the present, his brother, Mr. Chas. step falling hair and itching best on the market; yards on West Abney, a practical sanitary dairyscalp or money back. And it does Clark County ConBroadway. man, aided by his wife, will have the list what it is guaranteed to do and struction Company. management, and invites all prospecFOR QUICK hat's why its sales are so enormous tive patrons, as well as all persons house on FOR RENT Two-stor- y he country over. PARISIAN SAGE interested in securing a pure milk with gas and stable Haggard street s the favorite of refined women. SERVICE AND supply for Winchester, to visit and W. P. AzbilL )nc bottle proves its superiority. inspect the premises, cows, stable?, water supply, feed, grazing lots, milk FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 CURS'!! FURS!! FURS! REASONABLE room, etc., which will he open to the corn ground; clover sod. A hoUSC Will pay you the Highest Cash public after 0 a. m. Monday, January and 10 acres in grass. J. u 'rices for your Furs. 13. Also, after this hour all orders Croxton, Home phone 813A. J. W. HISEL PRICES for cream, whole milk and' butterBridge Junk Shop milk given over Home phone 899-FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhoda No. 23 North Maple st will receive prompt attention as they when your pipes freeze Island Red pullets and cockrcls. norne shall bo ready to open 'up the new East 'Tonnessee Phone 215, Homo phone 813-"Red-Cros- s 'hone 596. Dairy Farm" for busiand flood your bath i 5 room cottage, gas natures, Winn avenue $11.50 3 room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.50 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.50 3 room cottage, gas fixtures, Broadway $12.30 I loom cottage, gas fixtures, Broad-$12.00 3 room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor avenue $12.50 3 room cottage gas fixtures, Haggard street $12.30 7 room cottage,gas fixtures, Haggard $15.00 street. S room residence, 'hath, gas, etc., Main street $30.00 Office or small store room, Main street $35.00 Office, ground floor, Fairfax street, $10.00 Several flats, all modern conveni- er HI ss -tf w st 11-28- -tt -tI -tf x, A. -tt ness by that day. ELKIN Misses Lula Thompson and Maupin were the pleasant guests of Mr. J. R. Lisle's daughters fcitifrduy and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. WoTth Kratzy 'weie he gnests of her brother, Mr. Jess ieecraft, near the water works, for several days last week. Mrs. Wesley Moping had a horse :o die last week. Mrs. Louis Woosley went home Sunday after a five weeks' viit with lis son, Simps Woosley. Mr. Simps Woosley is doing nice-'- y, he moved last week to Mr. Joe Carroll's house. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Mr. aud Mrs. Wells moved in Mr. Will pay you the Highest Cash I. R. Lisle's house on the hill last Prices for your Furs. .veek. , J. W. HISEL Mr. Hyman Long has delivered Bridge Junk Shop, lis tobacco to Winchester, last week No. 23 North Maple st. Luhi Lisle and Mr. W. M. EpperEast Tennessee Phone 215, Hom son were the guest of friends at Phone 596. Lexington from the second to the linth of this month. LOOK! SEE! A. large crowd attended WinchesYou can get one dozen of those ter Court Monday. fine photos at Earp's Studio at greatly reduced prices the remainder of this month. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. Be-tri- ce ll-18-4- SUPERIOR. CEMENT Celebrated in the Middle Wcr--t as the finest ground and lowest la magnesia kis t'ann per cent. This means dense, durable ccncrcte that It's a true Portland cement will never crumble. that will last for ages. Ask for our Free Superior Literature, which gives proportions f jr mixing concrete, etc InsLt cn Superior. 1 Union Trust RuHdm?. CincintibtS, C. Jcttus CnUist, President. The Superior Portland Cement Coc This coupon and five cents will admit any scholar attending any of the schools in Winchester at The Lyric Theatre, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY Bring this Coupon. 27th. Charles Duham, Loungton, 111. has succeeded in finding a positive cure for bed wetting- - "My little boj wet the, bed every night clear thro on the floor. I tried several kind.' of kidney medicine and I was in the drug store looking for something different to help him when I heard of Foley's Kidney Pills. After he hac taken them wo days we could see a change and when he had taken two thirds of a bottel he was cured- - Tha' is about sis weeks ago and he har not wet in bed since.' Tor Sale by All Druggists. . FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS always give satisfaction because they always do the work. J. T. Shelnut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills with great satisfaction and found more relief from their use tha nfrom any other kidney medicine, and I've tried almost all kinds. I can cheerfully recommend them to all sufferers for kidney and bladder trouble." Foley Kidney Pills will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. For Sale by All Druggists. room o. any other work in the plumbing, tinning or gas fitting, also gas mantels, globes, stove pipe, elbows, etc. Call Home Phone 607. When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping your money in your home circles. POOLE & PURLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. -tf S 19 N. FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phone 232. FOR SALE 500 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. II. Croxton, Home phone 813--tf Main Street THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. Heat fmmTN. Oflkiknn j '4Ar4 DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. flttt nwr JkSMmratr WINCHESTER. KY. 1 Insure in STROTHER'S Terms Cash H. ; L GILBERT at & CO. OLD RELIABLE AKD FIRE INSURANCE Home Ptroot 37 REAL ESTATE AGENCY Kfflct FrattnKy Mfe, ftM m