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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 25, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912012501_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 25, 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 VOLUME 7: No. 82. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1912. Fair art WEATHER SNfMly CtMr. 1 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK NO VOTE AS YET TAKEN 0 . r Opponents to County Unit Bill Still Arguing Session at 2 O'clock Thursday. Continued. (Special to The News.) Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 23. (2 p. m.) Opponents to County Unit Bill, on the lloor. Session of Senate extended and body will remain in continuous session until bill reaches a vote. MR. D. T. Of Estate of Amanda Chas. P. and Morgan, Florence Killed in Morgan Johnson, Who Wreck. Were tion which his forebears founded, and cf which he has been an acknowledged leader untjl this winter. Instead of staying in New Yoik to participate in one of tis most brilliant seasons, he sailed Wednesday with his young wife for an extended trip through Egypt, including a month's trip up the Nile. Colonel Astor had just refused to discuss the Conna lights or anything else pertaining to New York when a belated inteviewer found him alone near his suite on the sun deck and asked him to tell what he thought of New York society. The Colonel, as if to fire a parting shot at that with which ho had had some mysterious falling out, replied warmly: ' "My boy, don't ask me what T think of New York society, because it would pain me to tell you my 'exact feeling. I am thoroughly disgusted with it, at any rate. In fact, it is rotten, very rotten! I don't care what New York society going to do. I am disgusted with it. am going to Egypt, and I may never return.'' FATHER OF Ml ALICE FLOYD Mr. Evan Lloyd Passes Age of 06, are coming into the Grand "Lodge office on every mail. Tho success of the meeting is already assured and Pythians are enthusiastic over the prospect of holding one of the biggest meetings of its kiud ever i held in Central Kentucky MINISTER TO . JAKE Southern Away in at Before The said, had been attained in the states of Ohio. New York and Arkansas. CHILD LABOR Commissioner Fogg said he did not believo that a board TALK could be lifted out of politics. Mr. CONFERENCE Atherton cited him to hospital and sewerage commissions of Louisville well as similar bodies in other In Session at Louisville Ami PremisCommerical as N cities. at His Home Congress to Be Held in Nashville AT j Mason County. Maysville, Ky.. Jan. 23. .Mr. Evan Lloyd, aged So, a highly and wealthy resident oi Gerjiiantown, nd father of Miss Alice Lloyd, died suddenly at his home Tuesday night. lie had been conversing with Mr. Harold P'oague, a relative, until a late hour, sitting in a chair, and complained of not feeling well. Mr. Poague left him for a short time, and on letuming to the room found him dead in a chair. He was a fine old gentleman, and on March in, 1910, he and his estimable wife celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, which was one of the most delightful events of his mar-lie- d life. The funeral services of Mr. Lloyd will be held at the home, near Mason countv, Fridav morning, at 10 o'clock, and burial take place in the Germantown j will ' cemeterv. n. On April 8 to 10. Kept Up Their Firing, However til Night Fail. Un- Italians Lose Fifty Killed and Thirty Wounded. Mr. U. T. Ma Hack has been appointed administrator of Chas. P. and Morgan, Amanda Morgan Florence Johnson, the colored people who were killed in a railroad Georgia, rewreck at Jonbsboro, SHOO L TEACHER SHO T TO DEATH Attempt Was Being Made to Oust Catherine F. Bureh waived her Her From Position by Wife of light to administer the estate of G. W. Buich and Arnold Sams was Her Murderer. appointed administrator. The following weie appointed appraisers: Salem, Va.. Jan. 23. Attempts Clifton Gausboe, John Greening and to out a countrv teacher fiont he Rodney Ganiboe. -- ehool led Wednesday to the killing Amanda Hodgkin was admitted of Mi-- s Eva Chambers, the teacher. to the Countv Farm, Wednesday. Kaine- -. of the bv Jo-hnoman prominent in the ouster attempt. She was shot to death near TOBACCO SALES her school at Lockett's store, in Roanoke county. ua hu-ba, cently. ANQUET FOR OLLIE JAMES I Gabes, Tunis, Jan. 23. Details of the engagement between Turks and Arabs and the Italian column neat G'liigarish, a small oasis about ten miles along the coast from Tripoli on January 11), have reached here, and show that at tho time of t lie fighting the Italian destroyer had temp era ri ly wi t h d ra wn . Boats laden with contraband approached the shore and opened a heavy fire on the Italian forces. At the same time a thousand Turkish regulars at Ainzara perparcd to attack the Italians from the rear. The Italians would inevitably COUNTY have been annihilated if by chance an aeroplane, coining out to try its motor, had not been seen by th( who became so alaimcd that they were unable to carry out the moveIn Senate ment. Claim it They kept ::p their firing, howevof 23 to er, until night fall. The Italians lost fiftv killed and thirtv wounded. "Washington, D. C, Jan.' 23. Subsequent to the Fourth Annual Convention of the Southern Commercial Congress, to be held in 'Nashville, April S to 10, Minister Egan, of Denmark, who will attend the Congress and explain there the dairying system of Benmaik, will take a tour through the South, touching the following states: Ken tucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Louisianp, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, INVITATION TO North Carolina, Virginia. Minister Egan will be in Kentucky April 11, 12 and 13. and Commissioner, of Agriculture Newman has advised the Congress that he will arrange meetings at Elizabethtown, Shelbvville and Lexington. To Address General Assembly is UNIT TO BILL BE REPORTED is Named Indications arc that the joint committee will spend some time considering prison reform bills before agreeing on any one bill now in the committee's hands. composed A joint of Senators Graham, Moody and Thomas and Representatives Chinn, Atherton and Brown was appointed and instructed to consider the various prison reform bills proposed and try to agree on th oene embodying the best features. es to Biggest And Best CmvMrtfMt Ever Held. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 25 Delegates ahcady are beginning to arrive for the eighth annual meeting of the National Child Labcr Conference, which in the opinon of E. N. Colpper sec retary for the Southern States, wi'l be .the biggest and best of the eight conventions held. C0L1TTERS0N Ex- lirts of the delegates to reach Louisville was Miss Elizabeth of New York City, who will have charge of the child labor who arrived Tuesday night an-- i is at Neighborhood House. Wednesday morning Miss Josephine J. also of New York City, secretary of the National Committee, arrived to complete arrangements for the .big gathering. Dia-vrfdii- ie, i!, tended by State Senate, Following Action of The House. Thursday, And "Drys" an invitation to the Hon. Henry of Louisville, to address the Will Be Passed by a vote General Assembly at some date to be Wat-tcrso- Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 23. The State Senate Wednesday followed the action of the House in extending n, 15. Senator-Ele- ct to be Honor Gliest at Affair in DEMANDS WAGE Are Endorsed No By 0 INCREASE Convention of Eloquent j Frankfort, Thursday Evening. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 23 The banquet to be given by the member, Raines surrendered and Wcdnes- The tobacco sales at the Planters of the General Assembly to Senator-day night was hurried to sPulaski elect Loose Leaf House opened Thursday Ollie 31. James, Thursday lynching was feared. afternoon from $2.00 to .?3.0I) in the because evening is expect r 1 to break all Some" time ago Mrs. ifaines hundred better than they were earrecords for attend, nee at such an sought to have tiic teacher relieved, lier in the day. event in Frankfor. circulated reports About 100,000 pounds was sold at and it y charged Plates at fa e; nh have ibeen in of the the Planters' Loose Leaf House and rellecjiug upon the character great demand, and it is likely that Chambers instituted of the banquet hall will the sales were called off at the teacher.e Miss i..:.,., ,..,n, ,,i .the capacity i ,, ., i...i ii.jiih.-s a sun lur siiuiuci. warehouse of R. A. Seobee for a lie iii.cu 10 piuwi.u mi liiu ;uusis. AU-dupon the teacher at her school j day or so. ennatol.eWt snell ncsday and tried to get her consent Sales will be held again Friday expected io excer 1 even the mag re- Loaf ITou-- p to dismiss the case. "When she at the Planler-- " Ltn nificent effort he delivered in ac- a 130,01)0 fused he shot her. and there will be about cepting the clectio.i at the hands of on the floor. the Assembly and to be a keynote, ( for the Democratic campaign this f jTho grades that are being reis reported LOVE LETTER ceived by both hou-e- s fall. The banquet wil conclude the to be verv dark and mean. scries of events g'ven in Mr. James' honor since his election. He will ADEN leave for Wnshir rton Friday, GERM of Louis Daniel E. O'Su'livan, i CLARK COUNTY ville, has been sel"cted as toastmas- the banquet Senior Bestowed Kiss of Billet- - er , ! United Mine Wcrkcrs of America. Present Contract Thursday. I ml., 2-- The Indianapolis, Jan. demands for a wage increase cf 10 cents a ton for bituminous coal and 2.0 per cent for anthracite coal were endorsed Wednesday by the convenof tion of the United Workers .America. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 24 The County Unit and Liquor Regulations Ccmmittee of the Senate Wednesday night agreed to report favorably the county unit bill Thursday and the "drys" claim that it will be passed to fifteen. b ya vote of twenty-thre- e The first skirmish of the adminis-trat- i. n's fight for the abolition of the present system of prison manage ment took place Wednesday after noon when Commissioners Eli Brown, and Finley Fogg Harv?v McCuk-hco- u before the joint House and ippe.-re-d Sena c Committee on Penal and Re formatory institutions to tell why their services to the state should not fixed by him. The resolution was offered by Senator Hite Huffaker, of Louisville. Senator Huffaker. in speaking io the resolution, said that no figure i.i American public life was more qualified to give the members of the leg islature advice on public affairs than Mr. Wattcrson, and that it would be a rare privilege to hear from this great Kentuckian, who was the undisputed leader of the State Democ- The sessions to be held in the Seel-bac- h auditorium, beginning Thursday night, and Miss Eschenbrenner is concluding preparations for the sessions with the botel management. Another prominent delegate who i? expected Thursday is Mrs. Raymond Robbing of Chicago, president of the Narional Trade Union League, and who may deliver an address befvre the conference. Only One Social Function racy. The only social function of any kind will be a reception at the Woman's Club Friday afternoon, in honor of officers, delegates and guests attending the conference. The board sof local organizations interested in child welfare work, and men belonging to the families of club members have been invited to attend. Dr. Felix Adler, of New Ycrk City, will deliver an address. The Impossible. To seek what Is Impossible Is madness, and It Is Impossible that tbe bad should not do something of this Had. Marcus AureUus. Rcpicscntatircs of the bituminous miners will present the proposed new wage contract to the operators of Indiana, llinois, Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia Thursday. The joint conference of the anthracite miners and operators 'will be held in New York City on Febcontracts in ruary 27. The pre-cnt MAN SOKE FU L fr Jioth the haul and the fields expire March 31. Provisions soft coal rioux, And Fifteen Per Cent of Students Mr. Ben Bartlctt Wins Number of of Prizes cn Black Langshans at Mumps. Are . Stricken With State Poultry Show. Mr. Ben Bartlett has returned from Louisville, where he attended the State il'oultry Show at the Building. llr. Bartlett'. birds arc Black Langshans. and he won first, thiid and fourth cock: first, third and fourth hen: second, thiid and fifth Ai-wo- ry pullet.. Mr. Bartlef al-- o received the $10 in gold whie't was offered by the best exhibit in that class by Conimi sioner of .giieulture Newman. About 3.300 birds were on exhibition, with hot competition in all classes. COL ASTOR SAYS SOCIETY Boston, Mass.. Jan. 23. Because a senior pressed a letter from his Is Being Aroused And It Is Thought sweetheart to his lip, about 13 per Hundreds of Candidates Will Be cent of the students of Clark's In Attendance. College, are down with the mumps, the debating team has been disruptLexington. Ky., Jan. 23. Interest ed and the basket ball schedule ha in the big Pythian meeting to be held been abandoned, several of the star j in Lexington about the latter part players being victims of the epiof March, when all new candidates demic, t in Central Kentucky will be initiated Determined to trace the epidemic and take their first obligations on to its', source, the authorities investi- the famous "Rathbone Bible'' congated the student's correspondence. tinues to increase. The senior embarrassedly admitGrand Keeper of Records and from a ted receiving the billet-dou- x Seal J. AY. Carter has returned from locality where the disease prevailed a number of smaller towns, where he and that he was stricken soon after made Hying trips and reports considbestowing a kiss upon the missive, erable interest among the lodge which wa subsequently found to be members. The Big Eagle Lodge Nov irenn laden. 120 ,of adicville, wrote Mr. CarMARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT ce of New Contract The principal provisions of thfc draft of a new. contract for the mincus submitted fo the convention Wednesday by its scale Committee, sycre approved without change. They are: A flat 10 cents per ton increase on wages for pick -- i ir"'.::;:? c"'. or ;'e rrr of mine basis; 20 per cent increase for day labor; a working day of seven hours," at the working place: five bours .to constitute a work day on Saturday; a wage contract for a period of two years, beginning bit-Whi- The resolution was adopted unanimously.. Before tho vote was taken, Senator Biggerstaff, Republican, desired to know if Mr. Watterson's name was on the list of speakers. President cease. McDermott replied, "Yes." Judging from the action of the When Senator Biggerstaff was conn littec, which went into executive asked why he was so solicitous about scss'on following the hearing it ap ?.fr. Watterson's invitation, he said, peals tile commissioners scorcu in "Because ho is a great man and has the iiieliminary engagement. helped out the Republican party Opponents of System Heard good many times, and wanted to hear Fi r example the meeting was call him." ed by the committee to hear the side of the case. Oppo- neii.s of the present system, how PUBLICITY ever, went on the ground and forced their way into the discussion. Cue of these. George P. Chinn. NAMING Representative from Mercer county of the penitentiary and hcie, told of alleged violations in Bill Requiring Publication of Names hunane treatment of prisoners and the levying of political assessments of Endorsers of All Candidates is as to deputy wardens and guards Passed. employed by the prison commission. rs' en TOO LATE TO GUSSTY THE LYRIC The Diving Girl. (Bograph.) Pathc Weekly. (Pathe.) For the Flag. (Kalcm.) A very fine programme. Matinee everyday, 2:30 and 3:30. School pupils don't forget Saturday's matinee. FOR SALE House of ten roonw; bath and gas; large lawn; fine lot; front and shade trees. House of eight rooms, suitable for two families. Three building lots. A bargain if sold soon.' F. H. JACKSON. IS ROTTEN Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Osborne Will Leave With His Young Wife their of marriage the For an Extended Tiip Through to Mr. S. 15. Hisle. daughter, Bessie, Egypt And Trip Up The Niles. February 7. 1912, at 2:30 o'clock, at New Yoik. Jan. 2."i. Colonel John the home of the bride's parents. Jacob Astor is thoroughly disgusted Everybody is welcome to.be present, wiUi New York sociely, the institu but no cards will be issued; ter that it would have twenty-fivcandidates for the initiation. Danville reported a similar number and expressed the hope that it might increase that number. The local Pythian lodges have promised to have over a hundred Candidates, more fhan twenty-fiv- e of which have already been secured, reports encouraging and similar e Brown Denies The Charges Washington, Jan. 23. The publiEli Brown, ebairman of the com- cation by the President of ever? FOR SALE, fi pure bred White mission, denied the charges. In his written or verba) (endorsement of Rock hens af $1.00 a piece if sold Federal judgeships talk .before the committee he de- candidates for-a- ll at once. Apply to Robbins at clared for continuity of charitable from the Supreme Court down, prior News office, or 123 Boone avenue. ami penal institutions, declaring that to the appointment of the Judge, such a system begot efficiency and wNould be required by a bill passe 1 by the House late Wednesday, after FOR SALE One extra fine pure resulted in economy to the state. By an act of the General Assembly a lively struggle. bred single comb White Leghorn April 1, 1012. was The stringent requirement of 1010, he said, bis term of office Will sell cheap if sold cockerel. Convention to Await Conference as well as that of Mr. McCutcheou, added by Representative Cullop, of at once. Call Home phoire 91 or Whether or not the bituminous would not expire until March, 114. Indiana, as an amendment to the 23. miners and operators agree upon a He said he did not believe that his Evans bill, which would abolish the contract, the negotiations are ex- Democratic colleagues, tinder the Federal Circuit Judgeship at Chi- LOST Pair of glasses, ietween pected to occupy several days. circumstances 'would nndertake jo cago, made vacant by the resignation Oliver and Hickman and Maple. The miners' convention 'will not ad- depose either himself or Mr. of Judge Peter S. Grosscup, and supReturn to News office. Reward. journ until a decision lias been arplant it with an additional district rived at by the joint conference. The Judgeship. Atherton Answers Brown deferred Wednesday convention FOR RENT Rooms over McCord Mann's Fight Is In Vain Representative P. L. Athertcn anconsideration of the policy of at& Phillips' store. Republican Leader Mann demandMr. Brown. lie urged the tempting to enforce the miners' de- swered merits of the bill providing for a ed a separate roll call upon the Cul mand should they be rejected by bipartisan board insisting that the lop amendment, which was .adopted supreme judge, he shall make pdblic the mine owners. proposed Hw would obviate politics by the vote of 148 to 82. Mr. Mann I all endorsements made in behalf or in the administration of prison af- then led a fight against the entire bill. any applicant." The Prize Puzzle. Two-tbirAn attempt by Mr. Mann to attach of the states in and lost by 93 to 147. The Cullop Outsider "Who was elected In your fairs. an amendment increasing all district city last time?" Citizen "We don't the union," lie said, had placed their i nmendment reads: yet. We're having a guessing prisons under know control. , "Hereafter, before the iPtesident jndgestsalaries from $0,000 to $7,000 contest about it now." Particulaily beneficial resnlts, he- - shall appoint any district, circuit or waseCeated. -tf ds V ff-- r .r.vff -- .. 99 ' THE WINCHESTER HEWS. , . t .. . auto-'mcbiles N I I s 6 In Correct Styles and Perfect Fitting OERIIMC? I Our Famous, J'Educa- tion to offe r this, tor" Line-FoForm week in 'Ladies I Shoes For Children Shoes, A, ot is I 1, We aretrin posi Ladies' Shoes. ySCION SHOES" I V "FOR MEN", I FOR i p I I f $3.50 I WE WILL HAVE -- SPECIALS WEEK. TO $2.00 Shoes for $150 2.50 Shoes for 2.00; 3.00 Shoes for 2.50 3.50 and $4.00 Shoes for 3.00 OFFER EACH VjlKOO $3.50 for $3.00 I I WATCH THIS SPACE PATTERSON 11 North Main St GRASPING & FINNELL and guide, took the .party in down the Wall street can. yon, and they were met at the Stir up your liver a little, just enough to start the stock exchange by President R. II. One.of Ayer's Pills at bedtime is all vou need. These pills act directly on the live" Made for the treatment of constipation, Thomas'. News of" tile" visit had biliousness, dyspepsia, Ask your doctor if he knows preceded their arrival, and sx crowd a uener pin ior a ttuggisn liver, men ioHow his advice J C AjrCo.. gatherof nearly 3,000 persons Wd ed to greet the. visitors. Mis Lillie Snowdcn. of Trapp, Wednesday eteuing with When they entered the exchange !ocial. visited relatives here Wednesday. A Iaige crowd iva; prtv-ethe intejres-iand all was so (general that In mother in rep-- rt a nice time. business was actually stopped foivr - vrtiiur nam more than ten minutes. After being Estill county, the p.ist week. Mr. 7. W. Abbott bought; of Mr. J. M. Snowden -- bought of John Fiank I.owry, a number of sheep for shown the operations of the floor, Kerr some corn at $3.73 per bairel. 1S. N the visitors departed- Robert Harris, of Iron Mound. EsRev. I). II. Matheily. who U attill county, was the guest of v - Of Two Evils." tending Ktmberlin Heights Bible ColWillie "Did you havo an appoint Arthur Harris, here the past lege in Tennessee, writes that he is ment with my sister?" Mash "Ya-a- week. well p!ca-e- d I did." with his work and will Willie "Now I know why she went .out In the rain." Master Virgil Dawson, who Iias probably go South when the term Judge. v been dangerously ill of appendicitis of school closes in May. DuwaTd has almost recovered. is a bright and promising young nuui VIENNA Miss Ella Stone delightfully en. and his many friends extend to him terfuiu'ed "a" number ' of Tier friends the best of wishes for "f her future. Crow who is r-- Uncle John ninety-on- e years of age, and, the oldest man in this community is quite Ask Yosjr Dnrior sick-headach- e. bile-nfcel- y. t nt vi.-ite- il , s. e ill at his home here. WINCHESTER, KY. Miss Callie Wills, who has been in Cincinnati for some time, has return-e- d to her home at this place. Mrs. Mary Davis and children have returned to their home at Mt. Sterling, after a protracted viit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wills, at this place. Miss Allie Snowden was the guest of relatives at Right Angle the past week. Mr. Chas. Puckett made a business trip to Trapp, Saturday. Mrs. Bud Winburn, of Estill coun- -. ty, visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. C. Wills, the past week. The Junior Order of United American Mechanics will have an oysjer slipper at their hall at Trapj) Saturday, January 27. All members of the order are requested to be present. Mr. Thomas Ilutson, of Estill county, has purchased frcm his son, Bennie, his farm at this place; price unknown. Mr. Tommie Crow and sister, Miss Lyme, of Right Angle, attended the sdeial given by Miss Ella Stone Wed nesday evening. i of town. in call IJlHEN We need of good thingstotoanyat part deliver goods us. THE WINCHESTER Mee, 108-1- NEWS early spring. This announcement brought joy to the hearts of tlie people. The condition of the streets in bail weather have long been a source of embarrassment and discomfort. Strangers have expressed themselves as surprised Chat the citizens of Winchester, with such a reputation as hers and progressive-nes- s, for should be forced to wade through mud to the depth of several inches on every rainy day. And to the ladies, whose neat-fittin- g boots and dainty lingerie ruffles have suffered, the news brings an added rejoicing. We are to have brick streets, a now City Hall, a Government Bulid-inand some day, possibly, a new g, RODS RED CROSS DAIRY FARM Dr. M. S. Browne Has Fifty Head of Fine Cattle Shipped Here And Fine Machinery Installed. TRY HOLLAR'S SPECIAL COFFEE 1 1 Sooth Main Street, Kentucky. Winchester, Dally, Except OF AEROPLANE Sunday. s "Entered as second-clas- matter, November 28, 1908, at the postoffice in Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." z Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mall. Daily, one year Biz Months One Month I I I I B RATES:' $3.00 1.50 25 .'. 1 Payable in Advance. SrilS PAPEi REPRESENTED FCK'f CKdGt ADVERTISING EY THE 6 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN GUN ERA L OFFICES Ali THE PRINCIPAL CITIES THE NEW LINE The reports from all sources point unerringly to the speedy building of the new Toalroad by the L. & X. through Winchester to Irvine, and on to the rich coal fields of Eastern cf Wednesday, is the following item of interest to all: "Bieports were circulated in railroad circles yeslerday that the Louisville and Nashville plans to build a second track Paris and Winchester, Ky., about 17 miles. The company is also said to be figuring on making an extension from Winchester to the Kentucky coal fields on a line independent of the work being done on the Lexington and Eastern diviCin-inh- Kentucky. In the Cincinnati Enquirer sion." This road will mean more to Winchester than any .road ever built through the city. The money spent here while the' road is in progress of construction will be enormous and the benefits o the town and "county cannot be estimated. Every man, woman and child is interested in securing this road, and all help in the matter. With this road completed, it will mean the car shops of the great L. & X. system for Winchester. With f the road built to the coast, this will be the crossing of this system's road north and south, east and west. Get a map and see for yourself. Such being the case, business (dictates itihe erection of the shops at .such stragetic point. With this road, Winchester can indeed look forward to A Greater Winches-to- r: acu-jnei- jf PROGRESSIVE 1 long-fam- WINCHESTER ed r for" her Winchester, progressive spirit, is living up to her enviable reputation. At a recent meeting of. the City Council, it was decided that the work of laying brick on the mainthoroughfare' and abutting streets should begin in the Prices for your Purs. on the floor. I tried several kinds J. W. fflSEL Bridge Junk Shop, of kidney medicine and I was in the No. 23 North Maple st. drug store looking for something difEast Tennessee Phone 215. Horn ferent to help him when I heard of t Foley's Kidney Pills. After he had Phone 596. taken them two days we could see a change and when he had taken FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS of a bottel he was cured. That always give satisfaction because is about six weeks ago and he has they always do the work. J. T. not wet in bed since.' Shelnut, Bremen, Ga., says: 'T have For Sale' by' All Druggists. nsed Foley Kidney Pills with great satisfaction and found more relief LOOk! SEE! from their use tha nfrom any other kidney medicine, and I've tried alYon can get one, dozen of those most all kinds. I can cheerfully rec- fine photos at Earp's Studio at ommend them to all sufferers for kid- greatly reduced prices the remainder ney and bladder trouble." Poley of this month. " .' . Kidney "Pills "will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble not be Candid Declaration. yond the reach of medicine. No. "What sort of a ticket does- your suffragette "club favor?" "Well," remedicine' can,, domore. t(f, fJ4.. , plied Mrs. Torklns. "If we owned right J?or Sale by All Druggists. up. 1 think most of us would prefer ,matinee tickets." ll-18-4two-third- s Since the opening of 1912 Dr. M. S. Browne has bought about fifty Little Girl Is Rescued From Death by Amateur Aeronaut at Thcmp-sonvill- e, head of cattle; Jerseys, Uolsteins and grades, and has been receiving, Conn. by rail, from the great dairyregions Tompkinsville, Conn Jan. 25 -- What of the iliddlewest, machinery, mills, is believed to be the fir&t rescue shredder, ensilage cutter, engines, from drowning by aeroplane took separators and appliances necessary place :i mile south of this village to the complete equipment of a modern, da.iry plant; capable Wednesday afternoon. The of fnrnishing "certified milk" prosurrounding the rescue ducts, and is now abont ready to are most spetacular., Dora Pease, a child, have such a dairy put in operation residing in a small cottage on the at the old Karsner homestead, near banks of the Connecticut river, the city, and on the Colby pike, on jail. crept to the open space in the river his 250 acre farm, known as "The Let us give thanks. Place." below. Seating herself upon two Griggsby-Karsn- er None but young, vigorous and Full line of high grade candies, large cakes of ice, the girl began" healthy, tuberculin-teste- d cattle, fruits, also meals at all hours. .Visit to amuse herself by propelling them of protTTicihg the highest grade )alcaig the smooth 'surface of the our lunch connter on your way home. of milk, will be permitted on this frozen river. "Vermilion & Long. Suddenly the ice cntters were farm; which, for the future, is to be aroused by the loud crash and a devoted to the production of high-clamilk, for the supply of Win STOPS ITCHING SCALP child's scream and were horrified to see the child seated on an ice cake chester's milk drinkers. The owner- floating rapidly down the river to- has the promise of the aid of Dr. IT ward the Enfield Falls. An attempt Robt. Graham, head of Veterinary to rescue the child by means of a Science and Serum production at Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Store State College, and was aided by Dr. To Stop Falling Hair And Banish long rope failed. E. S. Good, head of Animal Husbann The attention of the Dandruff. men was detracted from the child dry, especially in selecting registered Holsteins. Itching Scalp, keeps you scratch- in her perilous position by a whirMr. Wm. Abney, an active young ring above them as Charles S. Jen-kin- s, ing and feeling miserable all the time. a shoe repairer and amateur business man of large experience, Wash your hair tonight with pure Stif-fiehas leased the above place for a soap and water, rub on a good quan- aviator, swept down, from the Hills and over the river. The term of years, and will run it in tity of PARISLVX SAGE and the For distressing itching will be gone in the gestures of the ice men attracted conjunction with the owner. the present, his brother, Mr. Chas. his attention to the child. morning. The child's attention y also had Abney, a practical sanitary dairy(PARISIAN SAGE is a pure, rebeen attracted to tho aeroplane, man, aided by his wife, will have the freshing and invigorating 'hair dressing. Besides putting an end to scalp which was sweeping down upon her, management, and invites all prospective patrons, as well as all persons itch, dandruff and falling hair it and, kneeling upon the ice craft, she waved her hands and screamed to interested in securing a Dure mill: nourishes the hair roots and puts a f supply for Winchester, to visit and the aviator. splendid radiance into faded and unAs the machine passed over the inspect the premises, cows,, stables, attractive hair. cakes of ice tho child made a leap water supply, feed, grazing lots, milk It should be used by every member of the family to keep the scalp free anda wild clutch, grasping a brass room, etc., which will be open to the G from dandruff germs and prevent support far below the engine and public after a. m. Monday, January was lifted Jo the scat by Jenkins 15. Also, after this hour all orders baldness. Large bottle .50 cents at for cream, whole milk and buttcr- Phillips Drug Store and druggists and was carried to the bank. ifliilk given over Homo phone 899-everywhere. Charles Duham, Lovington, 111., will receive prompt attention as they has succeeded in finding a positive shall bo ready to open up the new FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! "Bed-Cras- s Dairy Farm" for busiWill pay yon tho Highest Cash cure for bed wetting" "My little boy wet the bed every night clear thro' ness by that day. te curcum-cumstanees ld ss W. HOLLAR Home Phone 314 E. Tenn. 108 JUST first-class OPENED! I have just started up my Paint Shop, with a Painter who knows his business thorough, ly, I will give you the best value for your money. Don't wait, bring in your vehicle now, good weather will soon be here. T. STROTHER SCOTT, 27 Lexington Avenue. VAST DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRICE CUTTING v 1- - AND GIVING VALUES. ' panic-stricke- ld x, STashingtcn Garments v i w r o us "THE SUIT YOU WEAR THE PRICE YOU SOON FORGET ri WALL STREET . If the Suit turned out to be a failure however you remember to "forget" the store that "sold" you. We want the good will of every man as much as we do his money. "GOOD WILL REDUCTIONS7' STOPS BUSINESS But Only Fcr Ten Minutes, As Homage to Memfiers of Reigning House of England. New York, Jan. 23. Wall street actually stopped business for fullv ten minutes to render homage to ! ? $30.00 Suits and Overcoats 27.5U Suits and Overcoats 25.00 Suits and Overcoats 20.00 Suits and Overcoats 10.50?Suit and Overcoats "ASK TO $22.50 20.50 18.75 15.00 14.00 HALF i u PRICE" royalty. Three members of the reigning house of England the Duke and Duchess of Cannought and the Prin- fpcc PnfriiMft . iclafl lft AV.. 11 .j ..i.iv.i ttiu nail street district. Where money kings come and go daily witTTouf' ado, their royal highness found the way choked with admiring,, cheering throngs. Ambassador Ried acting as i.ost -- SEE bUR SUITS AT 4 ... 1 t - - SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWl . K$ijKHir St ti 6-- W 8. Ft - THE WINCHESTER' NEWS. r' at Pate TUm. V THE HEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN to-da- OF STERLING SILVER Is the colonial pattern of y. It's simplicity of outline and refinement of decoration makes it appropriate for use with an other colonial silver, old or new 3'ou may have. Call and see this new pattern. JEWELER ARTIS & CO ., This coupon and five cents will admit any scholar attending any of "the schools ;fn Winchester .' The Lyric Theatre, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY Bring this Coupon. 27th. CH.BOWEN OC OPTICIAN s iWe have jcuf our ; Wool IETY about the charming bungalow and upon the gracefully moving figures .of the guests. A delicious salad courso was in an inimitable manner by the attractive hostesses. No Complimentary EXPRESSION OF APPRECIATION. Suits to one half price. Skirts at cost and below. Berryman Vaughn Mr. Elmer Berryinan, aged 29. .son of Mr. V. 2iL Berryman. and Mib Flora Yaughn, aged -- 6, tlie daughter of Mr. Ja. Vaughn, were mar-lie- d in this city Wedne-daBoth are of this countr. y. i Winchester. Zy.. Jan. 24. 1012. We. the members cf the M. C. Club, wish to express our appreciation to all those who aided us in the sale of4he Bed Cross Christmas Seals. Especially do w'e extend our thanks to the newspapers for the use of their columns: to the merchants and ladies of the various Tickets The young ladies under whose Informal Reception Mrs. John Keec and Mrs. V. W. the dance will be given at I5u-- h entertained on Wednesday af- - the Auditorium on Thursday eventeiuoon with a beautil'ul informal ing regret very much that they are reception at Mr?. Bitr-h'charminvr unable to give complimentary tickbungalow on Maple street. ets. The price of tickets for ladies violets were used Carnations and jujrofnsely a.--i ilecorations with an will be fifty cents. The grand march will begin indescribable effect of charm and . fragrance promptly at 9:30. The hoteses were ably asMted in entertaining by Mr-Thomas Social Friday Evening Hampton, Mis Helen Xeli-o- n and The 1'hilnthca Class of the CenMiss Marie Hampton. tral Baptist church will have a soMrs. Ifee-- e wore a handsome af- cial in Miss Lizzie Taylor's building ternoon of Jiluc silk with on Friday evening. lace trimmings, while Mrs. Bih Everybody is inviloVl, each guest was attired in a rich and becoming being requested-t- o bring a lemon gown of black velvet and' lace. and a few pennies. Mi's. .Hampton wore her wedding The money thus collected is to be gown of exquisite lace, and Miss ued towards furnishing a room in Xelson was attractively attired in the new church. pink chiffon over soft mescaline. The dainty gown worn by Mis Famjy Reunion Hampton wa of white chiffon, and j jlr. nm Mrs. G. W. May, who is extremely becoming. livc(1 Saturday from Canada, are .:T,hi',JTea"'er was 5llea1' the U1their son-;- . Messrs. Joe and Jght casting a beautiful radiance they had not fteen au.-pic- es s C co.-ln. ar-ift-,vf-iti- ng SPRING GOODS! their time and assistance, and to the managers of the Lyric, for (their faithful advertising, We make this personal and public acknowledgement of our gratitude for this IKm PcrnJ.-!- ITCH! ITCI! y Respectfully, MEMBERS OF M. C. CLUI5. Our new Spring have Goods, NOTICE arrived, consisting Laces, of The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'oc, will serve cows at .f2.00, money due Embroideries, Naln? at time of service. B. A. OGDEN. I anil nib rub and scratch until you feci as if you could almost tear the burninj? skin from your body until it seems as if you could no longer endure these endless days of awful torture those terrible night cf .ieop!ess agony. Then a f drops of D. D. TK.' tho famous Kezcma Specific ar.d. Oh! what relief! Tlie itch cone instantly! Comfort and rest at last! I. D. P. 13 a simple external wash fiat cleansps and heals the inflamed Elsin as nothing else can. A recognized rDr:!ic for .Cczema. Psoriasis. Salt - any Khe-jother skin trouble." W'c can Rive you a full size bpttle of the ronuinc P. P. P. remedy for S1.00 and if tho very first bottle fails to rive roiicf it will not cost ou a , cent. Wp n1 o c n lvt- you a sample not-tl- iWhy sufTer another for . day wh.i ; ... cct V. D. D.7 - ! tt d- t ca For S:lIu str0)lcs Dru Ore. sooks, Mas aha, Ginghams, Per J? BODY OF PILOT FOUND ON BRIDGE cales and Linens, etc. SPECIAL SALE I Of Gold Fish. Friday and SaturJay at Bean's iews aianu. Assortment contains: 1 2 Gallon Globe. '.SGoldFuh. 1 Box of Fih Food. 1 Aquaria Plant. 1 Instruction Sheet. 1 Lot of Sea Pebbles. American Liner Cleveland, After Veering 'About Life a Drunken Monster Rams Into Cruiser. All ARTIS & CO. especially attractive and the. young attack of la grippe and nothing I in sixteen years. people enjoyed the affair to the ut- - use& did me any good and I was wa An enjoyable family reunion threatened . with pneumonia. Till j most. A held Sunday at the home of Mr. ' friend, advised me to use Foley's May. j Mr. and Mrs. May will visit in j Mrs. Will Curry is ill at her Honey and Tar Compound and I got I some at once. I was relieved from Bath. Mason and Lewis counties be- - homo on ritcli avenue will Mrs. Will McCray, who has been the very first. By the time I had They fore returning home. make the return trip by the way of spending a few days with lier son. taken three bottles my la grippe was Oklahoma, where they will be with J. T. McCray, has returned to her gone. I believe Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to be the best medi- home in North Middletown'., Their vi-- it their other children, Mr. Carl Bishop, who has been 'cine I ever used and always keep a of several) will cover a period spending a few days at home in j bottlo with me." months. .PlnminiTilYitrff line: will mpt In Will- - ! For Sale by All Druggists. ...... i Chester. Error Corrected FURS! Miss Katherinc Nelson is visiting FURS!! FURS!!! In the notice of the party given by her Mrs. Kennedy Helm, in Will pay you the Highest Cash Miss Ira Browne Owen in Tuesday's Louisville. Prices for your Furs.. 3 paper, ithe surname of the attractive William Mr. and Mrs. John young hostess and the name of one have returned from Florida, latter J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. guest, Miss Lillian Jones, was left a vir-i- t "weeks. Mt. of several No. 23 North Maple st. out through a typographical error. Sterlin Advocate. The party was one of the prettiest Mr. aiid Mrs. B. W. Trimble visited ! East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. given among the younger people this relatives in Winchester last week. reason. Mt. Sterling Advocate. Miss Ira Browne Owen entertainMiss Julia Graves has returned ed at her home on Georgia street from a two months' stay in Boston. Monday afternoon from 3 to f Mrs. James Madison Jackson, of o'clock. Many games were played Parkersburg, W. Va., is visiting her Good Health Impossible With a Disordered Stomach. and a delightful lunch with ice grandmother, O. George Mrs. cream and cako was served. Graves. There is nothing that will create present were: France-- . Those Mr. Lee Jackson, of Louisville, sickness or cause more trouble than Xolia Dcvary, Elizabeth is a guest at the home of Misses Sue Rawlins, a disordered stomach, and many peoBut sch, Virginia Board, Mary E. and Bess iPeddieord. Georgia Oliver, Boxie Oliver, Board, 'iir. Lewis Hampton entertained ple daily contract serious maladies Gravett, with a box parly for "Madame simply through disregard or abuse of Mary Ellen Gravelt, Bertha if the stomach. Mary Evans Strode, Sarah M. Bean, Butterfly"' in Lexington. We urge every one suffering from Eveline Devary, Elizabeth Jackson. Messrs. Frank Singleton and Sam indigesHarding, Fannie Belle Nelson. Lipscomb returned 'Wednesday from any stomach derangement, Mabel tion, or dyspepsia, whether acute or Virgil Eades, Laura Jett, Ellis Kohl-hasDayton, Ohio, and spent the night Garner Owen. Brown Owen, with their parents. They have now chronic, to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, with tho distinct underNancy Dcvary and Lillian Jones. gone to Georgia, where they have standing that we will refund their Thp house was beautifully deco- accepted good positions. money without question or formality, table adornments being rated, the if after reasonable use of this medi CALENDARS cine they are not satisfied with the them to Call at my oflice, 2o North Main results. We recommend AUD1T0PIUM SKATING RINK. our customers every day, and have and get a calendar. yet to hear for any one wfio has not JOHN H. STUART. Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Admission 10c. Skates free. been benfited by them. Three sizes, Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c. 2.1c. 50c, and .$1.00 a box. Sold, Skates 15c. THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE in Winchester only at our store Particular attention to Ladies. The Rexall Store. , Phillips Drug is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. Store,-5"EL REY SISTERS" South Main street. February 5th to 10th. take To cure your la grippe-eug- bs Theonly" first-clasoda parlor BIbonifreltf & Ratlilf Props Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. R. E., FishcrWahington, Kas., and jcaxoonv in Windiest en .Ver r. D.B.SCOBEE Mf-says: "I was tgejiKd with a severe milion & Long ! -I ll-18-4. 6 ss REDUCTI01 Honolulu. Jan. 25. Iler pilot ly DALLAS G. LAWRENCE ing dead on the bridge, the victim , of a sudden attack cf heart failuic. I 24 3t and with no guiding baud at t!iL'Q wheel, the giant Hamburg-America- n 'Liner Cleveland, carrying hundreds were nonplused by the inexplicable of ''round the woild tourist-.- " left behavior of the vessel. . her course in the harbor here Wcd- Fiiiallv a nuarte'inia-.te- r rushed to icsday. and, after veering about for the bridgie aim stumnieu over the cveral minutes, like a drunken mon--te- Jiadv of Milton P. Sander a harbor rammed the United Statc ar- pilot, who had taken the wheel when mored crui-e- r Colorado, lying at the boat entered the port. anchor. He immediately signaled the enterror-strikeThe passengers gineers to rever-- e the propellers. to the decks in hordes, and T'te liner backed away from"" the the ship"-- ; officers for a moment crui-e- r and the anchor dropped. -r.. n, ni-h- ed for50c while they last. MAKE YOUR HAIR LUSTROUS, A LITTLE DANDERINE WILL SOFT, FLUFFY, ABUNDANT Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hfcir, Itching v Scalp and Dandruff f ( Heatherbloom Petticoats. 98c $1.50 value Ladies' Silk Hose. 50c value Children's Hose. 35c vtflue, 2 pair for If you Wish to Double the Beauty of your Hair in Ten Minutes surely Try a Danderine Hair Cleanse Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears ai soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young g:is after a Danderine Iiajr cleame. Just try this mofslen a cloth with a little Danderine anil carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small ttrand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits particularly those who liave been careless, whose hair has been neglected or is scragfrv, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, putifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair. Try ayo:i will, after one application of Danderine yu cannot find any dandruff or a loose or failing liair, and jour scalp will never itch, but what will please you mnjt will be after a few weeks use when you will actually see new hair fine ar.d downy at first but really new lair sprout! lg all 3 over the :ca!p. Danderine makes the hairj grow long, heavy and luxuriant aad we can prove it. If you care for pretty) soft hair and 1 Jts of it' surely get a 25 cert bottle of Knowlton's .Danderine from any druggist or toilet counter, and jus try it. 22c 25c r Great reduction in all other departments. WINCHESTER CLOAK A. M. DOMB, "V S SUIT CO. Inc. TheNew Depositor; , Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and 'prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon tk$ we my pesr the quality, ptoott banking service. " , We invite yon. to call and see as. Manager. rC Elks Building Both Phones 364. WINCHESTER, KY. 61 Main Street V Citizens National Bank , Corner Maia ami South Court Street. Winchester, Ky. Kear '( Coi art' Bern: SESi ... f J SATURDAY-LA- ST "Just 2 Days More Of ' DAY. Gigantic Sale." i i in Chester, oera How TO-NIGH- CLASSIREO COLUMN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS !c a tforri fcr sink's, insarttefe '2c a fcr hrse ccaswatlvt ! , V T ':Z. a mri fcr uc per j2tieil it- - CURRY DRY GOODS CO.'S THE FAMOUS strilcn. &a Rent, featured Inisrticns, lc pw mtrt p Winchester's retail records show no parallel to the phenomenal selling this week and it grows greater as the end of this stupendous sale draws near. Saturday to be the biggest day of all more extra hand to serve all promptly. sales-ladle- 's Harvey Stock ttoihlns Ir.Jirtid for less thM lea ckjJj. Kcifilng chsrgti M bMl far lesi than 25 ewrts. TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT will be on PRESENTS Mrs. Southworth's Celebrated Novel 5 room cottage, .1 gas fixtures, Winu $11.50 avenue room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.5.0 Obey that impulse! Provide and Profit! Buy and Benefit! Be here Saturday sure. It is the one last and only chance to save money as you never saved before. SPECIAL MINUTE 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, College . street $12.50 Broad..jO ISroail-,-ir- ti EL" PRICES, - 5 room cottage, 1 gas fixtures, way room cottage, gas fixtures, ...... $12.00 - 10, 20 AND 30c 5 room 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor $12.50 $12.50 avenue SALES M. SATURDAY 10c yd. A FEW- - EXAMPLES OF THE LIBERAL REDUCTION Featera Piay, Friday, "SOLIY BAWH" cottage gas fixtures, Haggard gas fixtures, Hagganl Matinee Saturday, 2:30 STORE. l-2c p. m. street 7 room cottage, 9:30 to 10 A. THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE 25c India Linen 10 yards to a customer. 11 to 11:30 A. M. 8 l-- 3c Vantine's Oriental Talcum Powder, regular price 25c, 12 sale price box. - REAL ESTATE. P. 2 yd. Apron Gingham No more than 5 yards to a customer. 1:30 to 2 F. M. lc yd. 10c Embroidery No more than 10 yards to a customer. 2:30 to 3 P. M. 29c yd. 50c Red Table Damask None sold to Dealers. ' 3 to 3:30 P. M. 3 yd. Hope Cotton 5 yards to customer. No more than l-- 2c l-- 2c $6.00 Persian Comfort $3.00 Sateen Cojnforts,2 $2.98 1-- ' $1.50 yard wide Taffeta Silk 3:30 to 4 P.M. ' J9c yd' yds long, 2 yds wide.Sl.98 Longsdale and Masonville Cotton, regular price 12 yard, Sale price. 12 yd. 25c Persian Lawn $7.98 Our regular $25 high grade tailored suits Any $1.00 Dress goods in our entire stock.--! 79c yd. 1 $6.00 Shirt Waists, silk or net $3.98 $2.00 Satin Damask Counterpanes 98c 60c Knit House Slippers Y 28c 18c yd. Bleached Pepperell Sheeting 1 25c Pillow Cases 14c 2 l-- 2c 8i-2cyd. l-- 2c 9-- 4 j Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sali or rent. a ,t A specialty sales. BLGOMFIELD of Lot g 8 RATL3FF Auditorium Bidg. E. E. LOOM IS $15.00 street 3 loom residence, 1ath, gas, etc., $30.00 Main street Ofliee or small store room, Main $35.00 street Ofilee, ground floor, Fairfax street. $10.00 Several fiats, all modern conveniences: well located; either first o7 second floor; price right. OfSce in McEldowney Bunding BOTH THONES FOR SALE to O. W. Gas cook stove. Apply -. I'hcne Xo. 378. Lewi-- Auctioneer McEldowney Building, Winchester, Ky. afterLOST Silver pencil Trie-da-y Return to noon on the street. News office. VANTED Five or six room cottage with large yard for chickens. Call Eat Teiui.. phone 1G4. l-2- PEHDLETGB, BUSH Attcrneys-at-Law &. BUSH Sale Positively Closes 10 P. M., Saturday, January 27tHo oih Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. imtiTrn jriHrtlcu nam Broadus, 211 -tf sewing, : .uis. rMtT Nest liroailway. eroi!Sfi83SMB22Z2EnS c best Ct1o on the n Run Coal, tka market; yards on West Con- Broadway. G CuiU Clark County ll-28- -t Company. struction Clark County National B&Nit Tahiti FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A flOUSS and 10 acres in grass. J. II. Croxton, Home phone 813A. -tf cd 1313 FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrcls. -t Home phone S13-l-.- tlMJttUUJ II H1 n PR E ILK The state pure food authorities at the Kentucky Agricultural Kxpsri-nicStation reported Tuesday to County Attorney Scott Bullitt, of us.es for ll-inj Louisville sixty-fiv- e watered or skimmed milk dairymen supplying Louisville and certain restaurants. These cases resulted from the extensive inspections made that have recently been throughout the whole of t'ae I.ui--vill- c milk field anI other parrs of ut FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM- SIMPLE OPERATION TO REMOVE APPENDIX. Accounts o! PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AH kinds of stenographic woik at- reasonable prices. Miss Alice Moss, at MofTett & Spencer's office in Fraternity Building. GG!!3C.;cns iSerctizstSa Far.usrs POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE" Mr. Jas. McCafTcry, Mgr. of the Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Xeb., recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, because it cures in every ease. "I have used it myself and I have recommended it to many oth ers "v?I:o have since ttold me of its great cnraltivc power in diseases of the throat and lungs." Foley's Hon ey and Tar Compound is a reliable family medicine.- - Give it to your children, and take it yourself when vou feel a cold cominsr on. It checks . , 1Y aau cures cougus, coius anu croup and prevents bronchitis and pneumo- ma Re fuse substitutes For Sale bv Ail Dm sts. ' Kentucky. The samples were collected from the milk depots, the dairymen, the restaurants, the hotels and other places where milk is served, and when a sample was found to he watered or skimmed, further investigation was made to determine who was responsible. About 700 samples were analyzed in Louisville and C5 cases reported for prosecution. In mot instances the milk was taken from from the 'dairymen's herds to determine how much water had been added to the milk as supplied by the dairymen's cows. Red Cross Dairy (Phone 880-x- .) supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and 'sanitary Hoist eiu and guide Jersey milk; not wateied. Don't forget .Auld 'Ijhus Sync to day at the . -lt 'Obvrj'..td. O., Jan. J5. Operation for appendicitis, thought ti Would Pause Frequently to Dig One have been perfected several year Out of His Neck, But Never Stopin go when one half an inch incisions ped Flow of Oratory. were found to be adequate, have been still further amplified, llopkiiisville, Ky., Jan. 24., hilo , . nr. rri'iiuncK .wis uuiaiuui; look gems of the Cleveland Academy i f at Fnion Tabernacle Monday nidit .Medicine. This sets forih that an the frigid terrors of his polar trip in n.. c n "L Imf f lit AnJ'ftni.i111" - ' nI I , . lt s71V'il. iF lUl 1111 I.V IVlll Vl sircn oi uie norui ioie. a swarm iiii-l- i is necessary, psrmittui': the par ot bee.s refuse m tl.f ' Itient to leave the lied within twentv- ir.iildii'.g lrom the recent cold wcita- i nil, r,n,i 1i1!ii' nTToi Hill firiot-- i t.wi'ii . , , , , i "N ii ii jer ana were inaweu out oy uie upai Description of 'the operation is made it hot for the audience. given in the Cleveland Journal of Several people were .stung by the Medicine, just issued. Briefly it bees, and even Dr. .Cook would I reads: to dig one out cf his neck. "A short incision is made over FURS!! fURSM! FURS! The bees got thawed out. just thft appendix. 'Xo mu-cor fibics enough to drop among the audience Will pay you the Hfgtest Cash are cut. The-- e are instead .sepaHad they been and crawl about. Prices for your Furs. rated just, enough to admit the inslightly moie revived there would i W. HISEL troduction of the index finger, with J. have been a commotion sure enough. "which a careful Bridge Junk Shai), is examination As it was. Dr. Cook's lecture was not No. 23 North Maple si. made of all the strnctuies within fwed with. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home ill ci reach. . y - BY SWARM OF BEES Mi en S!i Points. When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping your money in your home circles. ' POOLE & PURLLANT, FLOMST, Cppita.1 and .Sm-phi- s Winchester, Ky. WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE. 5350,000.00 Insure in 1 FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Bash, Home phone 232. FOR SALE 300 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. H. Croxton, Home, phone 813--tf FOR QUICK STROTHSR'S 111 .,,11X1 I : j SERVICE A REASONABLE OLD r RELIABL r AMD I .ii-n-- i v. FIRE !iSUiAi-:C- Home Pnon T94. Office Hour ' j8t"4J REAL ESTATE AGENCY Kffica Fiatsmlty Bldz., Pt.cr.3 1B5 DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. IJfta Floor .Mcaiowaey pause-frequentl- PRICES KY. !e -- "After examination 'lias verified is the diagnosis, the appendix Trunk Trays. brought to the surface with the Will pay you the Highest Cash Trunks have Improved along 'with hooked index fhiger. After the apEverything: else In this progressive age. Prices for yourFurs. ' pendix i delivered the rest cf the The trunk with one tray Is a rarity, J. W: niSEL ! and most trunks are made with five opration is easy.' Bridge Junk Shop sr six trays. There is such a demand for trays that they are sold separate, No."23 North Mapie ?t Have your ' friends to meet you. and can be added to any trunk WhenTennessee- - Phone 215. Home while down town tit the Soda Parlor. . East ever, needed. IMS-lin- o Phone 59G. ;V Vermilion & Iiong. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! " ' Pione 596. THIS WAY FOR when your pipes freeze a j your iucti.ii- a j uim iiuuu J) room or. any other work g. Fresh and Cured Meats, in the plumbing, tin- - a 4 Country Produce, nice eat--a inand cooking apples ning or gas fitting, also g a fiH Frnch fh'stprs Ynnr .Li- "MO." THAN WCT rrno faisr ni n i olc! nr1r1-c- ; jjj.vrs..-- , 3 patronage solicited. rj stove pipe, elbows, etc Call Home Phone 607. H. WILSON 19 N. Terms Cash L GILBERT & CO. J. ' M. STEVENSON Attorney-atLaw pO S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. 8 TANNER i s, Main Street Home Phone 37 $ Wc are saving away ?1.00 Soda Ticket each week. Save your cou-'poVerrailiom & Long.