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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 24, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912012401_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 24, 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. I LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 81. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912. WEATHER Fair and Slightly Colder. 2 CENTS A COPY; (0 CENTS A WEEK TOBACCO SALES afternoon, with services by Rev. P. Lcwry., M. YOUNG PREACHER OPEN PROMPTLY About 150,000 Pounds on the FJoor at The Planters' Loose Leaf WarehouseLarge Crowd Present. The tobacco sales at the Planters' Loose Leaf House were opened Jpromptly at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with about 130,000 pounds on the floor. There was a large crowd present and several buyers were in attendance. Bqih hous 'report receipts as being good and prospects, good foi large sales the rest of the week. The grade of tobacco is just about the same. There will be sales at both houses Thursday and Friday. All of the tobacco was sold at prices ranging from $2 to $20. The following were some of the sales reported Tuesday by the Planters' Loose Leaf House: G. W. Lewis and Hadden; crop al prices ranging from $j 30 to $4.20. Thompson & Hodge; crop at price? ranging from $3.10 to $12.30. K. 3L Eubank, crop at prices ranging from $4.20 to $0.00. Jones and Crawford, crop at prices ranging from $5.40 to $10.50. Garfield Johnson, crop ranging in prices from $3.C0 to $10.00 g Roger Quisenberry, crop at to $11.50. from $4.30 James Robinson and Buckner, crop at prices ranging from $4 to $9.50. Robert Howell, crop at pricer-ranginfrom $4.10 to $8.50. C. A. Lisle, crop at prices from $6.00 to $18.73. Pace & Lockridge, crop at pricer. ranging from $4.10 to $11.00. J. T. Ryland, crop at prices ranging from $4.10 to $10.75. John Daniels, crop at prices ranging from $4.00 to $11.23. Rankin and Sutherland, crop ranging in prices from $5.10 to $12.25. Golden and Baker, crop at from $3.00 to $9.73. Hiram & Long, crop at prices ranging from $3.00 to $9.00. J. C. Bryan & Son, crop at prices, ranging from $3.50 to $12.75. W. J. Dickey, crop at prices ranging from $4.40 to $10.50. Joe Blown, Jr., crop at prices ranging from $3.10 to $9.00. price-ramginprices-rangin- Boston, Mass., Jan. 24. Rev. Clarence V. T. Richeson, the confessed murderer of Miss Avis l, is believed to be dying, and may not live to feel the extreme penalty pronounced upon him' by the Massarid. chusetts Court. Sheriff Quinn is of Mr. Shelton is employed as a sec- the opinion that Richeson will not tion superintendent on the L. & N. live to see the dawn of the week of ' railroad. May 19, the time set for his electrocution. LISLE WILL Richeson was visited Tuesday by five members of the City Council CASE IS AFFIRMED The minister greeted the Oouncdlmen with a faint smile and chatted with them in a hesitating way for 15 minDecision is Affirmed By Court Of utes. Aside from the Warden, attorneys and spiritual advisers, the Appeals in Case Pending on Appeal City Councilmen were the firt men From Clark County. to see Richeson since he attempted to injure himself in his cell several The case of Esther Conchman, weeks ago. etc., vs. the executors of Claiborne The visitors were shocked at the Lisle, "which has for some months prisoners appearance, and several ot been pending on appeal from Clail. them declared that they did not be county was on Tuesday afternoon lieve he would live a month. afTimied by the Court of Appeals. The opinion is by Judge Lassing and is said to be verv elaborate. ?overin; some forty printed pasrs. No cae before the Clark Circuit Court has for years attracted such widespread interest, as what vvas generally called the "Lislo Will Which Entitles Any School Pupil, by Lin-nel, Mrs. Shelton, whose heme was in Bourbon county, between Pnris and Winehe&ter, died at 9:40 Tuesday night at the Good Samaritan Hospital, in Lexington, of pneumonia. She had been at the hospital only four hours when she passed away, having been taken from her home to Lexington late Tuesday afternoon. She had been ill for several days, and although her condition was known to have been serious, her death 'was sudden and upcxpected. Mrs. Shelton is survived by her husband and four small children, the youngest being about nine months MAYDIE SOON Rev. Clarence V. T. Richeson Will Probably Not Live to Feel The treme Penalty For Crime. Ex- conventions, uJiich in turn will select delegates to the Republican Rational Convention are near at hand. "Your friends throughout the Middle We&t arc eagerly waiting to hear you say that you will accept the nomination for President if it comes to you as a genuine demand from the people without your seeking it or taking any action yourself to secure the place. I ibelieve you owe it to the American people to make a public statement concerning this matter and am writing you because of the lateness of the day nad on behalf of a vast majority of the Republicans of Kansas mud urge you to give us this definite statement bv wire." IT YOUNG AVIATOR DROPS TO DEM Old, , 'Too Daring" "Attempt Made by Rutherfcrd Page, 24 Years Results in His Death. Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 23. Rutherford iPage, 24 years of age, a graduate of Yale and a member of a wealthy New York family, who got OF an aviators' license last Saturday, flew in his professional capacity Monday to his death on Dominguez Field, when at 4:10 o'clock he jumped from a Cnrtiss biplane, over which he had lost control, and dropped .10 feet to the ground. The aeroplane was wrecked. It was a tragedy very different from that which, in jocular terms, Page had pictured as his fate. About two weeks ago, when he was a student in tihe Curtiss school at North Island, near San Diego, the young man said: "If I am killed I want to be in full view of the grand stand packed with people after I Oiave descended from a flight with my barograph showing I have broken the world's altitude Is Burned to Death at the Home of Her Niece, Mrs. Josephine K. Hen- from different points of view. "Colonel Harvey became a sup- A MAN IS porter of Mr. Wilson when he was selected as the Democratic candi.'ai! for Governor of New Jersey, and he FOUND DEAD i outinued his support when Governor Wilson began to be discussed as a candidate for the Presidency. Mr. William Henscn Passes Away at "Of course, it is absurd for ColCarlisle After Retiring in Apparonel Harvey's friends to talk about his 'bringing Governor Wilson out.' ently Good Health. No man of paper could have made Governor Wilson available as a canCarlisle, Ky.. J.-.-n. 24. Mr. Wildidate if he, himself, had not at- - liam Heu?on, aged SI, died at his traeted attention for Harvey to have ; home in this count v Mondav evenin-'- . prevented a disenssion of Governor Mr. Henson retired early in the evenWilson's availability." ing in apparently gocd health, but Tuesday morning when members of his family went to his room to waken SISTER OF GENERAL him he wa dead. Phillip RalTerty. aged 10, .on of B. Mr. and .Mrs. Pat Rafferty. died at the home of his parent.-- , in this coun- onay evening. fne boy has Mrs. Fannie C. Eastin Passes Awav j been in poor health for a number of on Board Steamer Ercute From months. --- France to New York. ry, in Versailles. Case." The suit 'was between Esther Duckworth Couchman, Ben Duckworth, Ernest Duckworth and E. C. Li.--le the Payment of Five Cents, to mission. s Ad- --- v HARVEY STOCK COMPANY MAKES GOOD HERE Fair-Size- d Crowds Attend PerforAct- mances And Shows And The ing Give Favorable Impression. d crowds attend (the performances of the Harvey Stock Company at the Winchester Opera House on Monday and Tuesday nights. The shows are clean and and the acting is worthy of audiences thrice the size. The play Fair-size- Wednesday night will be a comedy. "Don't Tell My Wife," and it to ibe one of the most laughable ever presented here. - The Harvey Company is greeted by large audiences- everywhere and each RECAPITULATION OF performance is given the appreciaASSESSOR'S BOOKS tive applause it deserves. in The Lyric Theatre public-haall of whom were closely related by The Xews a coupon which entitles Mood or marriage to the plaintiffs. my school child to a credit of lic cents on a ticket of admission to the The amount involved in the controversy was perhaps $150,000, the es theatre. timated vatoe of the estate of Clai That is, any sch-.-o- l child, by pay- borne Lisle, grandfather of the Duck ment of five cents, who will bring a coupon cut from T!ic News, will be worths and E. C Lisle. The will in question, which wa.. admitted to the thiatre. The regu prepared by Hon. J. F. Winn, pro- - lar price is ten cent-;vived that the bulk of the estate THE AUDITORIUM should go to Mrs. Zipporah Oliver, Hodgkin and Thomas Mrs. Jesse Lisle, children of the testator end a On account of the dance to be given large portion to the children of at the Auditorium Thursday evening, Connie Lisle, of Bourbon county, beginning promptly at 9:30 o'clock, were given skating can only 1)3 indulged from 7 while the Duckworths $300 each and the children of James o'clock until that hour. For that D. Lisle $1,000 each, and to E. C. reason, the mauapsment of the AuLisle, nothing, as large advancements ditorium will charge only ten cents had been made to Hon. Marcus lisle, for admission an 1 skates for the two hours' skating. father of E. C. Lisle.. had here before The trial was W. C. T. U. MEETINGS alkcr, oL Uarrard Judge Lewis Benton declining to county, Judge The W. C. T. U. will met in the it in the case, and resulted in a vic Methodist churchy tory for the plaintiffs from which the parolrs of the Firsti 1 mi xnursuay anernoon or fl Of on lefendants.at once appealed were represented by odocK. An urgent appeal is umuv The plaintiffs members and those interested Pendleton, Bush & Bush, and Col. that all be present. John R. Allen, of Lexington, while in the cause sfliall representing the defendants were Hon. J. M. Stevenson, Jas. F. Winn and F. H. Haggard, of this city, and Col. Robert Harding, of Danville. OF COL The Appellate Court heard oral ar gument of the case the .first week in December and elaborate bnefs were Governor Stubbs, of Kansas, Sends filed bv each side. ReTelegram to against thirty-on- e defendant-- :, Versailles, Ky.. Jan. '24. Mrs. W. F. Fuller, one cf the must prominent women in Woodford county, to death at the home of hei niece, Mrs. Josephine K. Henry, on Mongcmery avenue, Tuesday morning about 10 o'clock. Mrs. Fuller, it is thought, got too close to the fire and her clothes caught fire. One of the servants heard her screams and inched into her room, finding her lying on a bed in an unconscious condition. When the servant went into the room the fire had early consumed the bed. Her bod' wis burned to a crisp in some places. Several phy.-iciawere summoned Inft t'heir efforts to save her life were futile, as she passed away about tw.i hours after she received her injuries. The fire department was called out but the neighbors had extinguished bef' re the the flnmns in the !- :fire department arrived. Mrs. Fuller is survived by two nieces, Mrs. McBride and Mrs. Jose J phine K. Henry, with whom she had j mn(o her home up to the time of her d ns record." It is doubtful if more than a few hundred saw the final fraction of his flight. Once more, as in the long list of tragedies of the air, the veridet, "too daring" may be written across the somber scroll. Page's earlier performances promised him a head line as star of the meet. E AT Louisville, Ky., Jan. 24. The body of Mrs. Fannie C. Eastin, of Gen. John B. Castleman and widow of Judge George B. Eastin, a former member of the Court of Appeals, will bu brought to Louisville for burial. Her death occurred abroad the seam- ship La 'Savoie enroute from France to New York early Sunday morning, and resulted from a stroke of apoplexy while she was alone in her tateroom. News of her death was The Louisville &- - Nashville railreceived here in a telegram, and road company has begun work on the came as a shock to her relatives and freight and passenger depots which friends. will cost in the neighborhood of A year ago Mrs. Eas'.in went abroad in search of health. For a sis-te- r te About 2.")0.000 pounds of tobacco was received in Carlisle Tuesday. The next sale will be held at the loosn leaf market. Wednesday. The company has leceivtd notices from a number of factories and broker that their representatives will be on the Carlisle market from now on. Work ha-- , been started on the new-cithall which is to cost in the neighborhood of .fI2.000. The h:'H is to be the modern aud in every particular. y $1.1,-00- 0. ML STERLING Fire Originates in Cottage Belonging to Gilbert Tiiplett From Careless Plrying Wiih Matches. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Jan. 24. Late Monday evening the handsome frame cottn.;e belonging to Gilbert Triplett, on II )lt avenue, this city, was damaged by fire aud the loss on the build':ig and contents will reaoh from $700 to $1,000, covered hy insurance in Hiffman's Agency. It is believed that the fire originated by tho careless handlingbf matches in the hands of a little girl who had been playing with them, leaving some of the matc'ies under a gas stove which was burning, the heat causing them to ignite and starting the blaze. Most of the damage to tho furniture and household goods was caused by smoke, and little if any water was thrown, the fire being extinguished by use of chemicals. The liorst enroute to the fire with the hose wagon, gave out, proving conclusively that one animal is not enough to har.l the heavy wagon over the .ets i,f the city to the outskirts. death. WOMAN S PLEA HUSBAND Mrs. Silas Phelps Tells of How She And Night. Monroe Bridge, Mass., Jan. 24. Mrs. Silas Phelps, wifo of the man who is sentenced to die this week for the murder of a Deputy Sheriff, sent a pitiful plea to Governor Foss and the Council which will Wednesday consider another petition to save Phelps from the chair. "I"nm sick, and am not strong enough to undcitakc the journey with ,my six children," she wrote in explanation of her failure to make a per- there have been misstatements made concerning Silas," she continued. "We were always happy until this trouble The stories that he abused me are all lies. "I pray to God every night, and bur six children kneel beside me and pray that the father shall not have to die in that awful chair. 'Whatever you do to Silas, spare his life for our sakes." Mrs. Phelps and her children live in a lonely cottage on Monroe Mountain, a mile .from the nearest neighbor. The town of Monroe and neighbors care for the family. The authorities allow Mrs. Phelps $2 a week and some flour and neighbors supply their ether "wants, such as clothing for the children, etc.. Phelps shot and killed Deputy Sheriff E. P. Haskins, who had gone to his home to arrest for some ins that minor offense. PhelpVj so in.de- in shooting the mans Ten time she improved stendily. days ago she suffered a relapse and decided to return to America at encr. Against the advise of those attending her sihc insisted upon taking the firt vessel crossing tho Atlantic. .A week ago she iboarded the ocean liner at Havre. She was weak and suffering from paralysis of the lower limbs. Friday she filed a wireless message to her niece, Mrs. Julia W. C. Car street, New rol!. 59 West Forty-Six- th to meet ner York, requesting her when-thship reached port. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll were on hand when the ship anchored Mon day, and were shocked when inform ed of Mrs.' Eastin's death. She had'been found lifeless by the stew-ardewhen she called to attend her. ss COL. EDMONSON. Col. Milton Brown Edmonson, a native of this county, and for tiie lai-- t thirty years a citizen in the state of Illinois, hr.s been in Winchester visiting his relatives and friends for the last week. He is the some rollicking, jolly soul as of old, and i a candidate for the State Senate in the 30th Senatorial District of Illinois. If the Colonel were a candidate here in his native county, the man who beat him would know he had been in a race. TO MEET WITH K.of P's. J. W. Carter, of Lexington, Grand Keeper of Records and Seals, of ths K. of P. lodge, will be with the Win- ! Chester lodge Thursday night. COUNCIL ESTABLISHED TEACHER'S PENSION BILL IS ENDORSED Six Children Pray Each Deputy H. T. Ulils has organized a council of Knights aud Ladica at By Lexington Teachers' Club, With county. There arc About Fifty Teachers And Princi- Schollsville, this aljeady more tan a dozen members. pals in Attendance. Ky.. Jan. 24. The Lexington, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Lexington Teachers' Club with about fifty teachers and principals of ths THE LYRIC city schools in attendance, met. Tuesday afternoon and unanimously enAuld Lang Syne. Two reels. dorsed the "Teacher's PetiMon Bill" (Biagraph.) Too Many Burglars. which is to he introduced in the presThis i the very bet programme ent session of the Legislature, mil vhieb will probably come up in the we have had yet. Don't miss it. Matinee everyday,' 2vJ0 tind 3:30. Lower House Thursday. children' donft forget to The bill provides for a pen-io- n from which pensions are to be bring your coupon for Saturday fund, to all teachers who have been inee. t in nrtivp service for a period of ihir- oALL I pure bred single- t" vears. and also contains a 5ic FOR comb White Leghorn pullets and The fund will be benefit proviso. one extra fine cockerel; also 6 or by a tax levied on the teachformed 8 pure bred Write Rock hens and ers of from .10 to $20 per year, one cockerel. Will sell at $1.00 depending on the teachers salary, apiece if sold at once. Call Home and aKo from a tax of one half of phone 91 or 28. one per cent on all taxable property ( in the city limits. The first year's LOST A round, solid gId locket, fund would be approximately $3.00r, initials "F. V." Keturn to. Verand the bill provides for the investmilion & Long's. Reward. ment of this amount in some mat-issued -tf paying-propositio- KI BRYAN SIOES WITH WILSON In His Break With Colonel George Henry Wat-tercs- questing Him to Make Announcement. Harvey And Colonel n, Justifying Action of nor. Gover- County Clerk J. A. Boone has Topekn, Kas., Jan. commenced his recapitulation of the Stubbs Tuesday made public a teleBODY OF assessor's ibooks. He will use an gram sent to Roosevelt Monday, adding machine in the calculations urging him to make a statement at once as to whether Jie would be a HELTON Gentle Hint. candidate for President or permit his g clergyA to go before the Republican man sought advice of an experienced name National Convention. The Governor preacher, and was told, among other Was Interred in Winchester Ceme-te- r things: "If you are preaching of hell. has not received a reply. The teleyour ordinary expression of coun gram read: Wednesday Afternoon. Pass tenance will do; but if you preach of "The demand for your candidacy heaven. I should try to look a little es Quietly Away after Short limeys more cheerful" Christian Register. is becoming more urgent daily, and in Kansas is overwhelming and among True Today as Ever. all classes of the people. The meetThe body, of Mrs. William Shelton It remains true that the sense of was brought here at noon Wednes fairness is the distinguishing charac- ing of committees and the calling of day, and -- was iuterVed in the Win teristic of. the American people. Al caucuses and primaries to select x bauy Journal, s delegates to' Congressional and State chester .cemetery at 3 o'clock in the MRS WM mlserable-sinner-lookln- r Lincoln. Neb.. Jan. 24. William Jenninsrs Brvan takes the side of Governor Woodrow Wilson in hi- break with Colonel George Harvey and Colonel Henry Watterson, justi fying tho action of the New Jersey Governor in requesting that his'isainc be withdrawn from the columns of Harpers Weekly. In a letter sent from the East, made public Tuesday night, Mr. Bryan says: "The rscent break between Governor Wilson and Colonel Harvey illustrates the im between possibility' of FOR SALE Gas cook stove. Apply According to the provision of the to G. W. Lewis, Phone No. 378. bill, that was read at the meeting Tuesday, all teachers who have been in active service for thirty years will LOST Silver pencil'Tuesday after- be retired and will receive a pension noon on the street. sKeturn to " of $600 a year, or if the teacher de Jvews office. years sires to retire after twenty-fiv- e o service, he or she may receive a . NOTICE-rCbar- les Tabor's sale ad., ?peR9wroC $5W peryear. A . on .page jo J J? ". r- toi ..V j j. v til r. J. if.. V THE WINCH ESfcPr HEWS. IKE WINCHESTER. HEWS tce, Aere has been very little actual protection. ' The 'Oklahoma hw seems to be a good one. At any rate it is 1 108-1- 1 South Main Street, raoie progressive than the Kentucky 'aw. And this Legislature would do Winchester, Kentucky. well to consider it. anions others, ind enact the best. Dally, Except Sunday. second-clas- J "Entered as s matter, SEHAT0R BRIST0W TCLLS WHAT A PROGRESSIVE IS. Kovember 28, 1908, at tho postoffice m Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mall. Daily, one year Bix Months One Month $3.00 1.50 .25 RATES: A Progressive is one who believes that the laws of tic country should be made to apply to present condition.;: That our political institutions Payable in Advance. ABVERTISINt RATES: .15 .50 9i 1km. urwithhtiem week. . one fkret Unit, Om week, eontiaatmsly Om calendar mm eontinuoHily Fear weeks, 4 Urn a week. . . . If ear weekb, three timt as week Tma weeks, two time a week. . 1.00 be changed. 3.00 2.4'j DOINGS AT FRANKFORT. 1.80 L20 This is the fourth week of the ses- NeticM Par Unt: i sion of the Legislature and things Few weeks, om time weak. . .75 . are beginning to hum in Frankfort, ftaiaae&s notices, body type...7c TIie TOT;ous committees to which heading...- - 15o :mnortant measures - have been re- reading, P fare eoatuiHous insertions of same ferred are having daily and nightly rate. sessions which are attended and ftaat at double the one-tiPsr War.: CIHM watched ,by parties interested or lc those representing the interests afOm iaaertiou, any edition Tkree maertions continuously .. 2d fected by the proposed legislation. The House has passed the County Back three additional insertions. c .10o Unit Extension Bill, but it has run Om calendar no., continuously. Hetking counted leas than 18 words. on a nest of snags in the Senate. Mo item charred on hooka for When the bill was reached in the tkaa 25 eenta. Senate Monday its enemies, by a vote of 20 to 16, passed it over till Thursday when it will be either passed or ADVERTISING CYTtlE killed, and no man can tell which will be its fate. Onr Senator, Hon. C. M. Thomas, GUN ERA L. OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO is one of its champions, who insists BRANCHES IN ALL Trig PRINCIPAL CITIES eloquently that the pledges of the Democratic platform should be kept FISH AND GAME LAW. Several of the hold qver Senators, claiming that they are not bound by Mr. Ben Watt, formerly au officthe platform, and asserting their eholder in Frankfort, skctehes the opinions against that of the Court of provision of .the Oklahoma fish and Appeals, as to the constitutionality game law, which he suggests that of the law, are professing to oppose Kentucky should enact. the hill on constitutional grounds. Mr. Watt says in the course of his There are only six Republicans in communication: the Senate and two of these voted for the bill Monday and four voted "While our law has been in opera tion not more than three years, wc to postpone action till Thursday. now have iu the treasury, from the Hon. W. II. Welch, tho Republican sales of licenses alone, more than Senator from Madison, Estill, Lee $100,000, which will he used in estab- and Powell, was one of the four and lishing fish hatcheries, game propa- the impression at Frankfort is that gation farms, etc. The nest Legisla- ho will continue to vote wet. Senator Tunis, of Lexington, cast ture will provide for these, making a dry vote Monday and will continue one of each on the cast, side and one of each on the west side of the state. to vote that way. Tho p'cople everywhere arc prayBy the time tiic nest Legislature ing, and praying, that something may meets, which be January of next year, there will be in the State treas- be done that Trill take this question ury something more than $150,000, out of politics. Both political parwhich will allow in the neighborhood ties thought the way to do that was of $40,000 for each hatchery and the to extend the County Unit law to all same amount for each propagation the counties, but some of tho Senators of both parties seem to object to farm. "You will gather from this that that method. It may bo that it is there is no tax on the people in gen- profitable to some to keep the queseral, but that this fund is entirely tion an agitated political one. The Congressional Redistricting provided by the men who hunt and fish and that the whole amount is to Committee had a meeting Tuesday be eventually expended in providing and was addressed by Congresmcn for them fish and game for all time Langley and Fields and others. The sentiment seems to be that flic 'to come. "The state has already shipped Eleventh district is too large, and many hundreds of dozens of pheas- that the way to remedy that is for ant eggs in the state; these have some of the Tenth district counties been" distributed to farmers who to go to the Ninth and others to the would sign an affidavit to hatch them Eighth and possibly some to the out, take good care of them and turn Seventh and let some of the Eleventh them out. These birds have done district counties be placed in the well in Oklahoma, and, as they are Tenth. Mr. Fields suggested that Morgan, protected for five years, we hope to have an abundance of them iu the Elliott, Menifee and Wolfe be placed in the Ninth. Mr. Langley preferred next few yenrs." In these days of kiting prices the that the Tenth be let alone, but ol course shed no tears over the sugconservation of game is of importance to farmers and to dwellers in gestion that four of the TeliabloDem-ocrati- c counties be taken out of his cities as well because of the economic value of a good game supply. Dur- district., y Some of the Democratic represening the hunting season there are a good.many farmers and a good many tatives from Clark county, while not wage earners from towns who have asking that any change be made' in days of leisure that may be well and the Tenth district, suggested that if healthfully spent in hunting. Where the district was to, be dismembered fish are plentiful a country boy who and divided out, and several of the could not earn a half dollar a day at other Democratic counties were to be tcork may catch a .fine string of fish taken oat cf tho Tenth, that Clark, for tho family larder and enjoy fine rather than be left simply as a tail to sport catching them. Fish and game Mr. Laiigley's kite," preferred to be Eighth dis- should be protected and in 'Kentucky placed with Powell e should be so changed as to meet the reqirhcrris c 2tlcra '.Izzzs. That the great business interests which have been the outgrowth of modern conditions should be restrained in their efforts to selfishly control the affairs of business as well as politics. In short, one who believes that when the old system fails to correct modern evils the old system ought to . ns &. ns Just what will be done on this question no man can foretell, for when a redisricting problem is all sorts of troubles begin. reached Clark would prefer to take her chances in the Tenth districit as it is now constituted. We have business and commeiieal ties with most of the counties and our hanks and merchants would lose by a scrveranee of those ties. When our new railroad is built to Irvine and Beatiyville the business of Estill and Lee counties will be turned this way than down the L. & A. These things ought to be considered, and if any changes arc to he made in the Congressional district it would be to the interests of our people, both politically and commercially, for Powell, Estill, Leo and Wolfe to go with Clark wherever the Legis-'atur- e may place Clark. All the insurance men of the state were in Frankfort Tuesday watching insurance legislation and .quite a bunch of C. & O. railway people were there for some purpose. The tip is 'out at Frankfort that 'Maurice Gal- vin, of Covington, will this week get the Republican place on the Board of Control, now held by Col. Albeit Scott, of Louisville. Mr. Galvin is a strong lawyer and has just resigned as Collector" of Internal Revenue for the Covington district. He was and supposed to to be anti-Ta- ft which made his to the Colcctor's positicn impossible. The position Mr. Galvin gets at Frankfort is the one for which Mr. A. H. Syrapsn was strongly endorsed. There is a strong feeling at Frankfort against Congressman Cantrill in the Ashland and his an effort is being made district and to induce Mr. Harry Schoberth, of Versailles, to make the race against him. Although defeated for tho Speakership, Mr. Schoberth is one of the most popular menmbers oE tha Legislature and has a clean record, and if ho- enters the race against Cantrill, the contest will be a warm one. but the betting ones will place anti-Bradlsnap-primary trict. $100 PER PLATE was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay, in New Orleans in 1842. Mighty costly for those with stomach trouble or indigestion. Today people every where use Dr. King's New Life Pills for these troubles as well as liver, kidney and bowel disorders. Easy, safe, sure. Only 25 cents at All Druggists. Full line of high grade candies, fruits, also meals at all hours. Visit our lunch counter 6n your way home. Vermilion FURS! & INTEREST ing INCREASED. The crowds attending and Curry Dry Goods Cos Dissolution Sale lhisveek attest the paramount importance of this event. Have you taken Are you taking advantage of this unprecedented this matchless saving opportunity ? Greater bargains prove powerful magnet. MINUTE SPECIALS FOB FRIDAY" 9 to 9:30 A. M. 25c 'French Lawn, 46 inches wide Io more than dO yards to a customer. 10 to 10:30 A. M. 5c Handkerchiefs, Plain Hemstitched or Cross No more than 4 to a customer. 2 to 2:30 P. M. Simpson and American Prints. 1 10. yards to a customer. 2 Long. FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay yon the Highest Cash Prices for yqur Furs.. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maplo st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- 12C yd. Barred-!- c RED CROSS DAIRY FARM Dr. M. S. Browne Has Fifty Head o1 Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fine Machinery Installed. Since the opening of 1912 Dr. M. S. Browne has bought about fifty head of cattle; Jerseys, Holstcins and grades, and has been receiving. by rail, from the great dairy regions of the Middlcwst, machinery, mills, shredder, eusilago cutter, engines, separators and appliances neecssary to the complete equipment of a moddairy plant; capable ern, of furnishing "certified milk" products, and is now about ready tc have such a dairy put in operation at tho old Karsner homestead, near the city, and on the Colby pike, on his 250 acre farm, known as "The te yd. 3 to 3:30 P. M. V 50c Taffeta and Messaline Ribbon No more than 5 yards to a customer. 16c yd. F1Tf III'M MAKE YOUR PURCHASE i i m NOW AND AVOID THE RUSH OF SATURDAY LAST DAY. Griggsby-Karsn- er Place." Don't forget Anld Lang Syne day at the Lyric. to- - their-mon- ey on Cantrill. doing at bearpnb-lishin- g. There are some thing Frankfort that won't yet Have your friends to meet you, while down town at the Soda Parlor. Vermilion & Long. A Gently But Thoroughly Cleanse And Hsnulate Your Stomach, Liver Ami Bowels While You Sleep That awful sourness, belchinf of acid and foul gases, that pain in the "pit of the 'Stomach, the heartburn, nervousness, nausea, bloating after eating, feeling of fullness, dizziness and sick headache, means indigestion; a disordered stomach, which TTannot be regulated until you remove "Red-CroDairy Farm" for the cause. It isn't your stomach's ness by that day. fault. Your '.stomach is as good ss in-4h- Mr. M. B. Parrish, who has been sick for some time, is somewhat better, now. busiB. C. Kimbrel and M. C. Johnson took their tobacco to Winchester. as any. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Winchester. Try Cascarets; they cure indigesWill pay you the Highest Cash Mr. and Mrs. Algin King left last immediately Prices for your Furs. tion, because they week for Tennessee to make, that T. J. W. HISEL cleanse and regulate the stomach, replace their future home. Bridge Junk Shop, move the sour, undigested and ferB. C. Kimbrel sold one crop of nis No. 23 North Maple st. tobacco ou Winchester market the menting food and foul gases; take East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn first sale da-- . The price being from the excess bile from the liver and .$4.50 to .$17.25, the average price carry off the decomposed waste mat- - Phone 596. being .$9.00. ther and poison from the intestines J FAIR UNDERSTANDING WANTED 3Ir. and Mrs. J. C. Everman spent Then your stomach and bowels. Sunday with the latter s parents,Mr. trouble is ended forever.. A Cascar-e- t and Mrs. Jas. Bruner. tonight will straighten you out by Miss Bessie Harmon spent Thursmorning a box from any day night with Miss Nancy Kimbrell. drug store will keep your entire famMiss Nolia Johnson will leave for ily feeling goqd for months., Don't her home in Indianapolis Saturday forget the children their little after a protracted visit with her parneed a good, gentle cleansing, ents and friends here. ' too. C. C. Kimbrel left for Cincinnati Monday, after a two weeks' stay NOTICE with his parents here. The fine Jersey bull, Billy Goodloe, Mr.jind Mrs. G. W. Curtis spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mr. J. will serve cows at $2.00, money due D. Beeves. at time of sen-ice- . Mr. Will Kent, of Cincinnati. Was B. A. OGDEN. jjie guest of Mr. B. C. Kimbrell and The nicest and most, family, from Friday until Monday. perfumes and toilet articles at the Miss Nancy Kimbrell entertained Broker I can let you In on a. good Brown-Proctor- ia Pharmacy-?- - The thing; a few friends Satnrday night Infor Speculator Good i for' me or youT mally, in. store of quality, honor.of her brother, Ca.sh, ll-18-410-ce- nt te None but young, vigorous and healthy, tuberculin-teste- d cattle, capable of producing the highest grade of milk, will be permitted on this farm; which, for the future, is to Ik devoted to the production of high- class milk, for the supply of Winchester's milk drinkers. The owner has the promise of the aid of Dr. Robt. Gr.iham, heaJ of Veterinarj Science and Serum production at State College, and was aided by Dr. E. S. Good, head of Animal Husbandry, especially in, selecting registered Ilolsteins. Mr. Wm. Abncy, an active young business man of large experience, has leased the above place for a term ot years, and will run it in conjunction with the' owner. For the present, his brother, Mr. Chas. Abney, a practical sanitary dairy man, aided by his wife, will have thr management, and invites all prospec tiva patrons, as well as all person interested in securing a pure mill. supply for Winchester, to visit and inspect the premises, cows, stables. water supply, feed, grazing lots, milk room, etc., which will be open to the pnblic after G a. m. Monday, January 15. Also, after this honr all orders for cream, whole milk and butter milk given over Home phone 899-will receive prompt attention as they shall be ready to open up the new x, jand truest. i AYillie Kent, of Cincinnati ' injr jrronud nir here, jIra.. Emeriue Crowe died at the Clyde Johnson and sisters. Frank- I'home of her Mrs. Xanev Jfon- - ie. Myrtle and Edna, entertained Fri-- r Only registered pharmacists han :oe. at Knrkorville. Thursday, age day night with a social, in "honor ot dle your perscription at the Brown-I'roctot- ia uiA"ived by their e.it:in. Cash Kinibrel!, of Cin-oabout 80 years. Siie Pharmacy. Absolute acAbout thirty guests were brother and one sister. IhuTal i curacy guaranteed. The store of and all report a nice time. . . i the following dav at the faniilv bury- - i si-tine pie-sen- quality. A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. To warn people of a fearful forest a young girl rode horseback at midnight and saved many lives. Her deed "was glorious but lives are often saved by Dr. King's Xew Discorvery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, whic'.i might have ended in consumption or pneumonia. ' "It cured me of a dreadful ccngh and lung disease," writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex., "after four in our family had died with consumption, and I gained S7 pounds." Nothing so sure and safe for all throat and lung tronbles. Price 50c and- - $1.00. Tfiaf bottle free. Cuaranteed by all Druggists fire in the Catskills 'lift J , Don't forget Anld Lang Sync dav at the Lvric. to- I t PINE RIDGE IF YOU DO NOT NEED A SUIT OR OVERCOAT AT CUT PRICES, WHAT ABOUT A PAIR OF ODD PANTS? $4.50 4.00 3.75 3.25 3.00 2.75 2.25. 1.50 OF TROUSERS" $6.00 Pants, now 5.5U Pants, now 5.00 Pants, now 4.50 Pants, now 4.00 Pants, now 3.50 Pants, now 3.00 Pants, now 2.00 Pants, now "SEE US FOR ALL KINDS ALLAN SigB of little Man M & MURPHY Opposite Court THE NEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN to-da- OF STERLING SILVER 4 Is the colonial pattern of y. It's simplicity of outline and refinement of decoration makes it appropriate for use with any other colonial silver, old or new you may have. Call and sec this hew This coupon and five cents will admit any scholar attending any of the schools in Winchester , MAIL ORDER HOUSES Charge as mjoii for a cheap, poorly made imitation of a good Stove or Range as ve do for a at The Lyric theatre, AFTERNOON, JANUARY Bring this Coupon. Qere&sone 27th, ctureit must Favorite SATURDAY JEWELER C H. BOWEN O ; OPTICIAN IS CIETY Dance at Auditorium The young Indies will give t dance it the Auditorium Thursday evening January 2.1, at 9 ::J0 All spectators vi'.l be charged oO cents admission. on Fiteh avenue, and. will THE take possession February 1. Mr. John Baylcss, who has been with the Barnes Gioeery Companj One ai Night Makes The Next Day for the past three years, has acceptBright No Charge if it Doesn't. ed a position as Circulation Manager s of The Winchester News. Mr. Bay-lesThe menu Saturday will cour-is- t of Because of its extremely gentle is a popular and hustling young oyster soup, coffee and sandwiches and effective action. Itesall Orderlies man, and will no doubt make good pie and milk. have become folic ino-- t popnlar Kernin his new undertaking. Bayle-;s- , MITE LAME J ! 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 workmanship to be reasonably durable the flues and interior construction that do not appear in a cut must be made right to operate properly. FAVORITE Stoves and Ranges are the Standard of Quality the name of the Manufacturer is on them, and we guarantee them. When You See This Trade Mark en a Stove or Range We are located hero, and cannot afford to sell you a Stove or Range that only appears good in a pi- J. ) Appointed Sclicitor Jlr. "L. If. Bryan lias returned to lis home at Xortli lliddletown, after . three day' business and pleasure rip in this city. Mr. Bryan was as a solicitor for the l'hiul-r- s' Loose Leaf Warehouse in the .Corth Middlctown and Little Koek )recinets. attractive W. C. T. U. Meeting The W. C. T. U. will meet in tlic Philathea Class' The Philathea Class of the Central Baptist churfih met on Tuesday even ing for a business session with Jliss Be-- e Ilaggaid, at her homo on Highland street. Following the meeting a delicious luncheon, consisting of beaten bis- Lcuits, coffee, croijuete and fruit sal ad on lettuce leaf, was served by liie hostess. Dr. IL D. Slubblefield has returned from Alabama, and is now at his ollice on Hickman street., Mr. Biissell Bam-e- y, of Lexington, Saturday and Sunday with lehitives here. Xaucy, the little daughter of Mr. R. I). Gordon, was operated on by Dr. Clark Wednesday morning for the removal of the tonsils. She i now 'doing nicely. Mrs. J. T. McCray, Mrs. D. W. Bayless Mr. and Mrs. Davey Davis and Mi- - Pauline Jones of this city, and Mrs. Win. McCray. of North AVednesday with Middletown. Mr. T. I. Davis nn-- i family, and a delightful "goose dinner' was enjoyed. Hew J. II. Newberry has rented the property of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. -- for Constipation. You Can Depend Upon It Being All F.ijht We are so positive that Bexall OrDcn't forget Auld Lang Syne toderlies will do all that is claimed fo.i day at the Lyric. Doir t forget Auld Lang Syne to-- J them that we positively guarantee (U, day at the Lyric. Only the purest and freshest medhand back the money yoni paid us ioi i icines on sale at the them upon your mere request, if you ENDED THE FORMALITY BAD Pharmacy tho stoie of quality. aryiiot entirely satisfied.' ; Kcxall Orderlies" are eaten like candy, arc very pleasant to the Insle, do not gripe, cause nausea, oi- any POOR LIOUX other annoyance usually experienced when ordinary cathartics are iised. Bexall Orderlies have a positive ed j' -lt -lt Brown-Procto-riu ' GRANT WITT & CO. HARD ON PARENTS COUGHING AT NIGHT FOR CHILDREN Stop it with - Foley's Hmh4Ar COMPOUND parlors of the First Methodist churdi on. Tliursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. An urgent appeal is made that all niembeis and those interested in the cause siiall be in'Csent. Old Tcwn Club regulative effect upon the bowels and lend to provide premnueut 'relief from Constipation and the myriad oi Besides, the associate ailments. help to overcome the necessity of the j J j constant me cf laxatives to leap t!u' bowels in normal condition. We honestly believe thene is no similar medicine so good as ltexii Orderlies, especially for childicn. aged, or delicate people. They arc prepared in convenient, tablet forn in three sizes of packages. Prices. 10c. l."ic. and ."0c. Whv nut tr " ,, .. uiem at our ri-- K on on- - giimintec" Itomenrher. ttexall ii'emedies cai be obtained in this community onl. at" our sto.-The Kexall Store PhilIipsJJrug Store, AVnichoter, Ky. . ss meeting of the Old Town Club will lie held Wednesday evening at S o'clock in tho club All members are requested rooms. to be present. A bu-inc- -s Grace Gladys' skating party was a cold and formal affair. I understand. Helen It wa3 until that huge Mi3s Heavyweight came. i Grac- e- What did she do? Helen She fell, and - that broke the ice. Will Serve Lunch The ladie of the Cent ml Baptist church will serve lunch in the Taylor building on Saturday, of thi week, and each succeeding, Saturday. Tiie patronage of the public is solicited. noble red man of the Sioux Drank of firewater glasses a floux. Ho let out a wild yell. Then collapsed In a cell. Thirty days Is tho time ho will dloux. A v Acts quickly and has a healing and soothing, effect All coughs have a on the inflamed membranes. tendency to grow worse at night. Children with whooping cough and bronchitis always cough worse at night and a cold in ,the head with tickling, in the throat and coughing grows vorse at bed time. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will stop the coughing and soothe the irritation in the throat. Contains no opiates, does not constipate, is the beat and safest for children and delicate persons. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. i A FEW 1 Taken at random from our Clearance Sale. Children's Hose, line, 25c value strong Prosperous Welsh Colony. There Js a Welsh colony In Pata gonla, established 40 years ago, that The only iirst-clasoda parlor has developed a fertile region in what and Verroom in Wiirchestcr. tti was a waste before. It is in the Chu milion & Long. but valley, and among its enterprises are more than 200 miles of Irrigating canals. Somewhat Contradictory. . Braggs It is positively absurd to talk about a "money power" in this Sextant Has Grown Smaller. The sextant in use today by sea country. There is no such thing. captains and others 'is a small affair, Waggs I'd just like to discuss that measuring only a few Inches in any with you. Have you got a minute to direction. About the year 1000 of our spare? Braggs Sot a minute. I've got a note due at tho bank, and era the sextant then in use by astronomers had a radius of 59 feet 9 they're bothering me to death about it. Life. inches. Parasols for Fowls. The burning question of the day In the minds of all thoughtful poultry keepers, says C. N. Perkins in the Poultry Review (U. S. A.), is how to provide shade for the fowls during the hot weather." Farm Life. There are various things to do. sus gests London Ranch. A parasol for every fowl is sometimes tried. Another way Is to teach them "In the Shadows." Apt Definition. A gentleman being in company with the earl of Chatham was asked by his lordship for his definition of wit "Wit." he replied, "my lord is what a pension wcnld be. given by your lordship to your humble servant a good thing well applied." I ta:ie no substitute. 100 pairs of Men's and Boys' nigh Cut i and x Regular Top Shoes worth $3.00, reduced to $2.29 a pair. You are lucky if you can get your size. Saving 71c in money and protecting the health by warm . clad feet. - BALDW N HUM real- The people of Winchester and Clark county fully Ml ma ize that the Dissolution Sale which we are having- is a boni-fid- e one, from the exceptionally low prices we are Ladies' Aprons, your choice for making on every article in the store. This sale has been city and county talli for weeks. There now remains only ten days moire for you to reap the benefit, AS THE DISSOLUTION MA j . "THE SHOE FEBRUARY SS E I i MAN 99 Underskirts, Flannelette 2Jg Ready-to-wea- SALE CLOSES 1st. ' f ! j r our specialty. you will come back. WINCHESTER CLOAK A. M. DOMB, Garments, To.niake the last 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-ware- . prices 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 and take advanSALE CLOSES, tage of the last and final reduction. - She Helped Him. shy young man once said to a young lady: "I wish, dear, that we were on such terms of intimacy tnat you would not mind calling me by my first name." "Oh." she replied, "your second name is good enough for mo." A STOMACH AILED HIM Atrial is all we ask and 20,500,000 People in Brazil. The estimated population of Brazil is now 20,500.000. but no census ba9 ever been taken of this vast country To take one would be a worl: of almost Insurmountable difficulties. mwmm1 ngA 7 to 10. skating rink. I SUIT CO. Inc. FEBRUARY 1st ( Matinee every day from 2 to a. Admission 10c. Skates free. Admission 10c, Manager. WINCHESTER, Skates 13c. Elks Building 61 Main Street Both Phones 364. k K. BALDWIN BROS. Particular attention to Ladies. "EL- - REY Deacon Jackson De Idea It d after Is kinder troublin me. tti J SISTERS" February 5th. to 10th. BlooMf ieli & KatMff toft Dat akoaMftt Parson Johnson trouble you. Jes' think jol! taJlTta on milk and honey. wtatTa Deacon Jackson Dafs de matten Dat stuff alwajt gin mm ' de indigestion. y Pate Four. WOMAN AND THE WINCHESTER NEWS SON WITH MURDER , " GEMS OF HER, COLLECTION EGYPT. Mr. Dallas Webb, wife and little son, of Winchester, are visiting the Litter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Thomas, of this place. 1. b. hupard and Everett Chancy bought of T. A. Rupaid some shonts, weight about 40 pounds, at 5 cents per pound. Miss Cohlc Smith, of near Mt. Steiiing, is visiting relatives at this WINCHESTER CUSSTCD CLASSIFIED COLUMN Having sold my farm, I will offer at public sale, on CHARGED French Woman Especially Treasured Four Post Cards That Showed i Scenes in America. "Wait just a moment" The girl in lavender linen stopped her friend' before the post card stand on the curbstone, near street and Forty-secon- d Thursday, January 25th, 1912, ktlO thte following personal property Opera House ; TO-NIGH- ADVERTISEMENTS, Arested in London, Ky., on Charge v. . le a wanl far atafk JMfM Be a wtri far Htm wamrtva mUms. k o'clpck, a. m., on the premises known as the Har-gi- s place 2J miles from Winchester on the Paris , pike, : of Causing Death of Boy's T Step-- " father. ' Loudon, Ky., Jan. 23. .Henry C. Jordi, a prosperous Swiss fanner, and his mother, Mrs. Alice Jordi, aged 40 years, were arrested at their home, three miles west of here, Monday on a warrant sworn out by County Attorney II. J. Johnson, charging them with' the murder f Albert Jordi, who wasfound dead in an old well near the Jordi home last Wednesday. Mi. Jordi is the widow and Henry Jordi the stepson. It is said by the two charged with the crime that Jordi fel into the well and drowned. It was the opinion of physicians, who examined the body, that death , was not produced by drowning. FURS! FURS!! the FURS!!! Highest Cash in foal to 2 Htiy Dee riding cultivators. 1 bay mare, Vulcan Hamilton Chief. Safe for women and beam 2 walking sleet children to drive. bieaking plows. 1 disc plow. pony, well broke, cart 1 1 tobacco cultivator. and harness. 1 double shovel. 1 hcrse inule. 1 Deeriiig mower. mare mule. 1 gelding, broke to 1 A'veiy corn drill. 1 1 disc harrow. drive. smoothing harrow. one 1 2 graded cows, 1 Old Hickory wagon and bed. due to calve February. 1 hay frame. 2 yearling lieifers. 4 of work harness. 1 thoroughbred yearling Jersey 2 sets of plow harness. i heifer, eligible to register. 1 rnhber tire buggy, good as new. 6 125-Ishoafs. 1 steel lire buggy. 2 330-lmeat hogs, ready to All the above tools and vehicles butcher. 130 ewes and 4 Southdown bucks; good as new only been used a. short time. ewes due to lamb in March. 100 shocks of fodder. 4 doz. White Leghorn pullets. 114 shocks of corn. 5 Narragansett turkey hens and Lot of corn in crib. one gobbler. to bill Other things too numerous gcat. 1 yearling --Angora mention. broke to work. th b. b. Will pay you Prices for your Furs.. J. W. H1SEL East Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Mapie si Tennessee Phone 215, Home ll-18-4- TERMS $20.00 and less cash, all over $20.00 eight months with negotiable note at 6 per cent, interest. CHAS. A. TABOR H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. Phoue 596. Broadway, and began ajapid search through, highly colored "souvenirs of New York." She had lived in New York all her life and most of her acquaintances lived here, too, and marveled. "I want a really good one," she was saying to the post card vendor, "one that is rather magnificent and yet the way things really look. Something along Broadway, or you might try, the Metropolitan tower." She turned to her friend with an explanation. "They are for a. woman I met ill Paris this summer," she said ; ; "She was charming, and we talked about Paris. "But one day she told me she was going to show me some- of her treasures. And what do you think they were? "Four postal cards, of America! And she gloated over them. There was one of Boston Common, with the corner of Boylston and Tremont street! sticking up in the back. And there was one of Broad and Chestnut streets in Philadelphia, and one of Michigan drive in Chicago. But the one she treasured most was the New York sky. 'line. "'Some day,' she said, T shall see ithat. That is the magnificence of life!' "And so," finished the girl in lavender linen, "I'm going to send her some more. Personally, I prefer the Place de la Concorde, or the view of the lie de la Cite fr6m the Pont doa .Arts. But if Sl Frenchwoman is real; .crazy about New York!" -- THE FAMOUS urtlM. a wort par math. Scattered hmrtftM, la par anri pal !0e place. Miss Gertrude Parido has returned home, after a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. Ethnn Jones, of Pine Grove. Mr. Ab Thomas and Mr. Conlcy ar.d son, Emerson, are loading their tobaco on the cars at Indian .Field and will ship it to Lexington to be sold. -. Harvey Stock Company PRESENTS Insartfaa. (fothlDf Insartad far has Ifeaa tat caats, Nfithfai aharaai aa aaaks far baa tkaa IS Mats. TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT FURS! FURS!! OIRSM! Will pay yon the Hlgnest Cash Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Jnnk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- A Great Comedy Drama ex uuiiiiGiiim mK PRICES, Feature n U Toll M..I11K.M Play, 10, 20 Friday, "MOLLY BAWN" A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. TJav-cn, CROUP ENDS LIFE TheNew Depositor Ib this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon that we may prove the quality of our banking service.. We invite you to call and see Many Children Die of Crup Every Be Year Before a Summoned. Doctor Can ar. Citizens National Bank Street Near Court Hou.. Winchester, Ky. Corner Main and Scutb Court Parents of children should he prepared at all times for a spasm of croup. Keep in the house a remedy that will give instant relief and keep the child from choking until the arrival of the physician. Get a 50 cent hottle of IIYOMEI today and in case of an attack of croup pour 20 drops in a kitchen Hold the bowl of boiling water. child's head over the bowl so that it can breath the soothing, penetrating apor that arises. In the send for a physician. This treatment has saved the lives of many children and is precaution that all .parents should promptly take I1LO.MEI is sohl by Phillips Drug Store and druggists everywhere and is guaranteed for croup, catarrh, asthma and bronchitis. LOOK! For years J. S. Donahue, So. Matinee Saturday, 2:30 p. m Mich., a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, averted awfu' wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might REAL ESTATE. have been a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters had not prevented. CUPID'S DOMAIN IN BERLIN 1 Farms for sale, Houses "They cured me of kidney trouble and Lots for sale or Marriage Registry Office in That Cit and chills," he writes, "after I had rent. Is Decorated With Symbols x. taken other so called cures for of Wedlock. years, without benefit and they also A specialty of Lot improved my sight. Now, at sevensales. The marriage registry office is in all countries usually a, bare and unsenti- ty, I am feeling fine." For dyspepRATLIFF & mental scene, with its undecorated sia, indigestion, all stomach, liver walls, superannuated green baize cov- and kidney troubles, they're without Auditorium Bldg. ered table and general air of stuffiness and parchment. Modern Berlin equal. Try them. Only 25 cts., has introduced a new fashion by set- at All Drusgists. ting the stage, so to speak, in harJ. M. STEVENSON mony with the performance or is it We are giving away $1.00 Soda drama? to be enacted thereon. Attorney-at-La. At the very door the bridegroom's Ticket each week. Savo your couhandle to hand grasps a 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. Yermiliom & Long. procure him and his blushing compan- pons. ion admittance and in the dove's bill gas fixtures, Winn avenue $11.50 o room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.50 o room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.50 5 room cottage, gas- fixtures, Broadway $12.50 4 room cottage, gas fixtures, Broad-rx- h. $12.00 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor avenue $12.50 o room cottage gas fixtures, Haggard $12.50 . street 7 room cottage, gas fixtures, Haggard - 5 room cottage, V street 8 room residence, 'bath, i 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 conveniences; well located; either first or second floor; price right. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES WANTED Five or six room cottage with large yard for chickens. Call East Tenn., phone 164. -ti w dove-shape- d FOR SALE prices. WANTED Shelled corn. Get our S. Rcnaker & Son. R. P. SCOBEE & SON CO. (INCORPORATED) LUMBER Rough and Dressed, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES, rings. hang two intertwining The small passage leading to the office oontains-- a smiling Statue of Amor with his boSnd arrows, while on all sides, both in the passage and the office, is the eye met by the symbols of wedlock: rings, roses, hearts, locked hands and children's heads. Even the ornaments of the lamps and stove are designed in the same spirit, while on one of the office walls is a large bronze tablet with verses appropriate to the occasion. In such surroundings, remarks a writer in one of the papers, it must be almost a pleasure to get married. European Letter to the New York Sun. DODGE. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Attorneys-at-Law The party given by Mr. and Mr.--. Marion Poer Friday night was well attended and all report a most time. Miss Dollie Gravitt is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Pollie Swope, this week. 5th Floor McEldowney Building Wincnester, E. E. LO0MIS Bioauus, Plain sewing. Mrs. Cliff 214 West Broadway. Ky. FOR SALE Lot of clover hay. Ai the old Duerson place on Pari, pike. W. B. Fox. FOR SALE Auctioneer McEldowney Building, Winchester, Ky. CAREY ROOFING, be the best that can bought. . RUBBER ROOFING, as good as any. Phone 47 SEE! Eoe East Tenn. Phone 147 You can get one dozen of those fine photos at Earp's Studio at greatly reduced price? the remainder of this month. RUCKERVILLE "Aunt" Emerinc Crow died Wednesday at the home of her sister, Enamel 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 V Mrs. Nancy Monroe. She nvas taken suddenly ill Wednesday about eleven o'clock a. m., and died about eleven o'clock p. m., the same day. Burial took place Friday at the Crow years She was seventy-nin- e of age. The relatives have cur symbury-ground. pathy.. twenty-secon- HARDWARE COMPANY H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS 4 d of this Born, on the month, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. 'King a daughter. Many-Side- d Scientist. We are glad to learn that our Dr. Leland O. Howard, who coined kind editor. Mr. R. R. Perry, is getthe term, "typhoid fly," and aroused him out universal interest in the crusade ting better, and hope to against these dangerous pests, holds again soon. the distinction of being the only Bro. Winkler will preach at the American on the international agricultural committee. He is an expert church 'here next Saturday night and on insects in the department of agri Sunday and Sunday night. AVe hope culture, and It is largely due to his scientific investigations that the to sec a large crowd present. world became acquainted with the deMr. and Mrs. John Witt and chil vastating boll weevil and the gipsy dren spent Sunday with 'Mr. W. A. moth. In leading scientific societies of, the world he is an honored memStephens and family. ber, but he can do other Mr. and Mrs. Steve Short spent sides investigate bugs. things be He likes Sunday at the home of Mr. Joseph golf, plays a rattling game of billiards, is learned in music, and fairy Epperson. devours books. v In politics he would be termed a "good mixer,"- having the FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS rare ability to fraternize with all classes. blow with terrific force at the far north and play havoc with the skin Natural History. "Why sir," said Mr. Dustin Star, "do causing red, rough or sore chapped you call me an amphibian?" hands and lips, that need Bucklen's "I refer to your method of capltall-latlon.- " Arnica Salve" to heal them. It makes "But I have developed the resources the skin,soft and smooth. Unrivaled also bruises and piles. of the land." for cold'-sores- , "Yes. But when you get tired ot Ouly 25' cents at All Druggists., ' the land you take . to water." - Mere Man on Woman. Sometimes it is funny to observe a woman who steps into a business office where she has never been before. She comes ia hesitatingly, looks all around, notes the calendars on the wall, bites her lip, and then wants to know where she is. But, unlike on a trolley car, she can't step off backwards. A woman who i? traveling likes to carry a suitcase, a steamer trunk and a handbag. When she gets at the end of the journey she doesn't know what to do with the steamer trunk, and almost always nearly loses her handbag. Whenever you see a woman who has the prettiest ankles in the world, she wonders, generally, why she isn't pretty everywhere else. She probably is, but everybody doesn't know it No woman feels at her level best until she gets her collar oft and her sleeves rolled up, but she wouldn't have the next door .neighbor know it on her life. Also, she likes the old kimono, and the older it Is the better. Boston Herald. Mr. and Mrs. Ove Tate, arc the gaests of the lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. iPocr; this week.. Quite a crowd from here went to Winchester, Monday. Mrs. Eliza Morton is the guest of her brotiiei Mr. John Stone,, thi-- i week. Mr. Will Stokely sold to Mr. Roy Rayburn some hogs; price unknown. Mrs Frances Yeary was the guest of Mrs. Stella Yeary, one day last week. 300 shocks of fodder Will feed in pasture, straw stacks. Barbee Bctts. -tf FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, th Clark County 11-28- -tf best on the market; yards on West I and mmmu3 lOVERY! La-I- Broadway! Con- struction Company. ill rnntf'OUCHS 50?&$L00 FOR RENT Sixty acres of Xo. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A hoUSS and 10 acres in grass. J. H Croxton, Home phone 813A. -tf AMDALLTHROATAKD LUKG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATSFACJX3.9y SPECIAL SALE Of Gold Fish, Friday and Saturday Off MOAfEY REFUNDED. FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrols. Home phone 813-A. News Stand. Assortment contains: at Bean's 1 Gallon Globe. 2 Gold Fish. 1 Box of Fish Food. 1 1 1 Aquaria Plant. Instruction Sheet. Lot of Sea Pebbles. Int. Oulili All for50c while they last. DALLAS G. LAWRENCE When in want of flowers, instt upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping'your money in your home circles. POOLE & PURLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phono 232. -tf Clark County National BANb i Accounts and Capital sioo.oro tMt ImmI IMS Undivided Profits. 1200.000 o! FOR SALE 500 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. II. Croxton, Home phone 813-- THE Merchant!, Faraers Tradsrs Scilclted !ems on All Winchester Bank Collection? Point. HearMa7M. ltol DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. ( Offlnlmn ( VtaUJ WINCHESTER. KY. N. H. WITHERSOON. Crpital and Surplus $350,000.00 Insure in WINCHESTER. KY. DRINK President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. D STROTHER'S -- 0L0 RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. AMD More THAfi wrr- - REAL ESTATE AGENCY Xfflct Fraternity BM&, FttfM 1(5 Real Charity. Jobann. please go to the pawnbroker's and pawji my gold watch. The poor man. 1 understand, is not setting much business, ana i minx we should - FlJegende Blatter. (help him along:-- WlNCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE.