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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 26, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912012601_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 26, 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. f LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 83. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, Mary Quiscnbcrry, Rutlcdge. Grace Guy, Forest Grove. Emma Hackworth, Sudduth. Lucille Crump, Hunt. Lucy T. Hill, Bean. Go in Id Robinson, Sudduth. Pina May Isaac, Sugar Ridge. Robert White, Moorosvillo. Walter P. Jones, Mooresville. Elizabeth Scott, Mooresville. Katherine Hughes, Schollsvillc. Mary Belle Poer, Mooresville. Ruth White, Mooresville. Mary Poindexter, Locust Grove Elizabeth Kineaid, Locust Grove. Kelly Osborne, Mooresville. Lawrence Robins, Franklin. Robert MeConuack, Forest Grove, Locust Jessie Williams Ricd, Grove. Author George Johnson, Forest ' Grove. Malcolm B. Rjed, Loneust Grove, Kittie McGee, (colored) Howards Creek. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912. cell-hous- WEATHER Rain cr Smw Sattrday 1 2 CENTS A COPY; (0 CENTS A WEEK the cheating grocer and the raparecommends that new WILD THREATS cious middle man." be built at the Frankfort peniten AGED BOURBON There was an immediate response tiary for the men and women, re- to his suggestion and a few days laspcctively. MAD E BY LEADI INSENSIBILITY ter ho was ready to announce the The board explains why the reCOUNTY MAN opening of his first depot. formatory, provided for in an act Out of thc pastor's own pocket of the last Legislature, has not been established,' showing that tho pres- And Thrown Into Cinder Pit, After will come the initial cost of laying Uness Mifl Owners Meet Terms ef Interest in Struggle Was Intense. Mr. James M. Barlow Passes Away in a stock of potatoes, apples, can- ent contracts for tho labor of the Strikers, He Declares They WiH Being Robbed, is Terrible Experi- ned goods, eggs and a restricted line Result Is Victcry FOr Bill By Vote convict intcrcfere with the transat The Home of His Son, After of vegetables. For the present the U fer of tihe convicts. The board also Cripple The Entire City. ence of Jackson Man. . of 24 to 14. Illness of Five Months. store will be open only from 10 to 12 recommends the purchase of addi- Lexington, Ky., Jan. 2G. Robbsd, noon on neancsaays ana oaturuays Lawrence, Mass., Jan. 2G Wm. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 2fi. History lional "rol,l?d atioininS tIle penitcn- Paris, Ky., Man. '26. Mr. James T1 al!u 1110 P'Tcuase oi beaten into helplessness, stabbed in The selling staff include several n. Haywood, former president of was made in the General Assemblv M. Barlow, a highly rejected citiThursday. The Senate 'passed the of land to bo used as a farm foi tho back and abdomen and thrown volunteers and two or three paid the Western Federation of Miners, zen of Bom hoii ccunty, died Wedwho has assumed leadership of the County Unit bill and the House the the prison in .Frankfort. A building into a cinder pit outo burning ecals assistants. nesday at the home of his son, Mr. in which the criminal insane can be was the terrible experience of Will striking textile workers here, ThursWoman's Suffrage biil. The two bills J. Allison Bailow , on the Commisday tfirew down thc gauntlet to the Flower, a negro of Jackson, who divided the attention of the great confined also is recommended. AS COLLECTOR OF sion and Hawkins pike. 'He was 71 Lawrence mill owners. was attacked by highwaymen in that j crowds heie Thursday. years of age, and had been ill about "Unless the mill owners meet tb town Wednesday night. The interest in the County Unit L SUFFRAGE INTERNAL REVENUE five months. terms of the strikers we will cripple The unfortunate man was found bill, struggle was more intense Mr. Bai low's father was Thomas I the entire city," he declared. by railroad men at daylight Thurs"The Thursday than it has been at any BILL PASSES HOUSE Barlow, and his mother before her arD',rat'on 's passed. The day morning lying in a j t'me time in the history of the state. The For Covington District, Maurice marriage, was a Miss Cantrill. He condition in the cinder pit mill owners must concede nil tho galleries of he Senate were packed who married Miss "Mollie Sudduth, Galvin is to Continue. Resigna- demands of the strikers or else we fryiug to death on the burnnnd jammd and the confusion of the Vote of 62 to 25 is Given to Meas- literally has been dead many years, and is shall paralyze all business in Lawing coals and was sent to Lexington visitors moving in and out of the tion is Withdrawn. survived hy one daughter, Mrs. C O. ure iPrvciding Fcr Suffrage For on the L. & E. train, that reached rence. The railroads will be tied up door and around the galleries made Wortsell, of Dean, O., and one son, WILL OF STEPHEN so that no freight can be .brought Lexington at 8:30 o'clock, Thursday Washington, Jan. 2G. Maurice it difficult to hear. Each Senator Women in School Elections. 3Ir. J. Allison Barlow, with whom he morning, being taken immediately to Galvin will continue as Collector of into the city. We will also prevent given two tickets by vote of the Senmade his home. Two brothers also ate to provide places in the gallery Finnkfort, Ky., Jan. 2G the bill the Good Samaritan Hospital, where Internal Revenue for the Covington any coal from reaching Lawrence survive Mr. Joseph B. Barlow, of which and the entire city will be plunged granting to women the right to vote he was later said to be in a critical district. His resignation, for their families or friends. Helena, Ark., and Mr. Cliff Barlow, was tendered some time ago, was into darkness." .The occasion of calling up the and to 'be voted for in school elec- condition. of Barlow City, Ballard county, Leaves Large Estate to His Wife, County Unit The executive committee of tuo hill proved to be a tions passed the House Thursday by Nothing is known of Flower's rel- withdrawn Wednesday night and Kentucky. contest over the office strikers went into session Thursday Mrs. Amanda Holladay. Proper- - society event, as the women, wives a vote of v02 to 23. When the bill atives and he was so badly injured the red-hMr. Barlow was a magistrate of to outline a plan of action now that and daughters of the assemblymen came up for passage in the House it that he was scarcely able to tell turns out to be a flash in the pan. L r i. . in I ii n.l. on xy uuun- - and thc vi?itors ; the baieny, were met some opposition Bonrboir county in the 80's, and was and many anything about him-c- lf Mr. Galvin and Senator Bradley the State Board of Arbitration has or how the a man of sound judgment and strict with failed to bring about a settlement of had a protracted conference moie beautifully gowned than usual amendment-- ! were offered, but all crime was committeed. ty and Clark. integrity. He was a member of the night, the strike. Haywood issued anand the handsomest jewelry and were voted down. trainmen rescued him the President Wednesday When the Silas Baptist church work for many The will of Stephen llolladay was "fine feather.?" were in evidence. Mr. Meyers, of Covington, attack- a small purse was immediately .made after which it was announced that other appeal for funds to relieve years. The burial .will take place at robatcd Monday (County Court The following is the vote of the ed the bill in a humorous way, de- up to get what aid he could be given the Collector will continue in office destitute strikers, and he prepared the Jacksonville cemetery, Saturday Day). He leaves a very large es Senators on the measure: claring that "the bridge whist play- before reaching the hospital, a tick- and the fonmality of a reappoint to lead a monster parade of textile morning at 11 o'clock. Services at tate entirely to his wife. Mrs. Aman afternoon. Thursday Yeas B. M. Arnett. Bale, Beard. ers and women .without children et to Lexington was given him and ment is not necessary. It goes workers the grave will be conducted by Rev. da llolladay, mother of Thomas Bertmnn, Biggerstaff, Brock, Cat- suffrage proposition.'' He said he was placed in the baggage car without saying that Mr. Galvin is I,More soup kitchens were opened weie E. M. Lightfoot, of the Paris Bap- llolladay, of this city, and Mrs. Jo- - kit, Durham, Eaton, Frost, Glenn. fnr Tj.ft mid will- lipln in seenre a I Thursday. their purpose was not alone school on a cot and taken to Lexington. i tist church. Kentucky. ph Goodwin, and Mrs. Charley Graham, Hubble, Marshall. Moody. suffrage, that they want to secure Supt. L. W. Malm, of the Asso- Taft delegation from Rogers, of Lexington. Newcomb, Pnchord, Salman, San- - universal suffrage and vote in "wet" ANNIE R. HALL ciated Charities, was appealed to . portion of this estate is in Lex- - ders, Scott, Thomas, Tichenor, Tu- - and "dry" elections. AUCTIONEER WATTS for assistance when thc man was ington, another portion in Hendcr- - nis. Welch. 24.. Mr. Meyers was interrupted by taken off thc train at the Union StaIS SERIOUSLY son and the rest is in Clark county, i Nays L. W. Arnett, Bogby. Berk- - tiie appearance of the Senate at the tion and Flower was sent to the REPORTS TABOR SALE ' AFTER TWO YEARS shire, Bosworth, Brown, Chipman, door of the House for'a joint seshospital. Cobern, Dowling, Helm, Hogg, Hoi- - sion to elect a State Librarian. Relatives Are Summoned ta lerfsMe I AT tman, HulTakcr, Mathers, Ryan Every member of thc Senate and Fair Crowd Was in Attendance at is Now Belived Man Who Fired It of Beloved Woman, Who is Sufninety-tw- o members of the House, (Total 14. SDCTY PROMISES Place on Paris Pike And Stock Fatal Shot is Detainer on Charge The vote on thc Iluffaker substi-- t attended the joint session. j fering From Pneumonia. NEWCASTLE tute which would have repealed the Tho name of " Frank Kavanaugh. Brought Satisfactory Prices. of Loitering. Democratic nominee, was presented County Unit Law, follows: quite ill of Mrs. Annie OF MARRIAG E Cincinnati, Jan. 26. Thc assas-- pneumonia R. Hall ison Winn av- Auctioneer H. R. reports Senator Eaton. The nomination at her home Bo2by,ly Yeas L. W. Arnett, the sale of Mr. Chas. Tabor, en the Flames Discovered by Young Night Bcrshirc, Bosworth. Brown, Catlett. was seconded by Representative sins of a telegraph operator at tin Jenue. The following relatives have Paris pike Thursday afternoon, as telegraph at King's Mountain, Ky., been summoned to her bedside: Mrs. Chipman, Cobern. Dowling, Heim, McClure, thc Republican minority Operatcr, Who Was Awakened by. reported: Ind., leader, and Mr. Kavanaugh was Miss Marie Olscn Claims Daniel W. on thc Q. & C. railroad, two years A. T. Hillis, of Greencastle, noraan T1.iffaker Malliers One wagon and team. elected. and Mrs. J. C. Carlyle, of Albion, 111., Kyn. Welch. Total 16. Smell of Smoke. Wi:er Made Her, And Aks $50,0CD ago, bid fair t(j bo identified mare mule, horse and charged with tho crime after escap- and Mrs. D. B. Johnson, of CincinI Nays B. M. Ar.ictt, Bale, Beard, Hart Balm. $33G. nati, daughters; Mr. and Mrs. O. B. ing arrest for two years. Newcastle, Ky., Jan. 20. Fire j?ortmanf Biggestafr, Brock, Dur- - ELEVENTH DISTRICT harness mare. which broke out about 3 o clock iln,. It is believed that the man who Wilson of Columbia, 'Mo., the latter Frost. Glenn. Graham. Cl.icago, 111., Jan. 2G. Tho diary :; pool-rool.c.C -- :c. ?112. Thursday morning in the fired tho fatal shot is detained in (also being a daughter, of Mrs. Hall; Hubble, Marshall, Moody, Newcomb. FOR COL ROOSEVELT of L'iss Marie Olsen is to figure One pony and cartj $142. Cincinnati on a charge of loitering. , Mrs. S. A. Montague, of Nonth Mid- of Baits & Elstcu destroyed that Prichaivl, Salmon, Sanders, Scott. conspicuously in a breach of proin- One milch cow, $G0.. The telegraph operator was shot . dletown, as siter; Charles Hall, of place and badly damaged the gro- Thomas, Tunis. Total Tichenor,, sc niit filed by her attorney Wed while at his work and instantly kill- - Greencastle, Ind., a cousin; J. Ed- One cow and calf, $G0. cery of J. S. Blackciby, J. II. ValFormer Congressman Don C. Ed nesday against Daniel W. Wiser. One Jersey calf, .20. entine's hardware store, II. K. ed, thc fatal shot having been fired win Hall and Raymond Duncan, of Miss Olscn has sixty promises of through One of The Most Ardent One goat, broken to harness, $i Bourne's residence and tho Home wards Is a window. Thc dead man Sheffield, Ala., grandsons, maniaL'c wmcn sne alleged weie was robbed of his gold watch. Six hogs, weight 100 pounds, at telephone exchange. Mrs. Hall is a popular lady, and HANGE NEEDED Supporters of made by Wiser entered in the diary . $1.80. A year later thc watch was sold her many friends regret to hear of The flames were discovered by She asked $")0,000 for failure to to a man 132 ewes at $3.80 to .$0.10 pci Miss in JJanville, ivy., Dy a ne- - .ner illness. London, Ky., Jan. 2G. During Besie Hallcy, thc night opci- keep his promise. head. gro who gave thc came of John She. iast few days the admirers of She was ator of the exchange. PAROLE fche first accepted liim four years Three fat hogs. $G per head. Henry. MONEY RECEIVED President Rcosevclt in awakened .from a nap by the smell former Cc--ago and then kept careful count of in field. $3.00 to $3.10. A few days ago a negro giving the have been active in express going to thc room in of smoke, and of marriage name of John Henry was arrested subsemient nromises Fcdcr, 11 cents per shock. j ing their allegiance to him, nnd no the rear r.f the exchange found that Connty Superintendent J. E. Lan-i- n 10 made her, she says, Wiser is said Present Statute Declared to Be Chickens. 23 to 33 cents. It U tef ha3 receivei a draft from the Cincinnati for loitering. portion of the building in a blaze j? longer conceal the fact that they are to own valuable Wisconsin lands. Five turkey hens and one guliblcr said he answers thc description of gt.jtc Sccertary for the fifth install-th- e She hurriedly gave the alarm an Ambiguous in Prison Commis- - unwilling to wait until tho Republi $3.40 each. His picture was murderer. to her hotel barefooted and can National Convention assembles then van cf th? teaehers 3aIaries. The sion's Biennial Report. sent to Danville and was identified teachers may secure their money by in her night gown, fainting as next summer to see definite action clad IS TO hy the purchaser of the watch as cam oward jnaldng .iim the 'standard PASTOR she reached her room. at hU office OF Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 20 Amend being that of the man who sold it to fire department responded ment to the parole law so as to de- - bearer of tho Republican party in The him. The man will come to Cinhe curiim v.ct f?'l promptly and did efficient work, pre Weight of Snow. beyond any rjr.c '." r. e am GROCERY cinnati. OPEN The Home biguity, who shall be entitled to pa- This sentiment is voiced by at least venting a large loss. A cubic toot of newly fallen mow ! weighs five and f povada ud exchange was crinneld for about roles, is recommended by the Pris 00 per cent of the Republicans of qaai baa 12 times tfie duik or Laurel county. Board of Examiners, Consisting o three hours. , weight of water. on Commision in its biennial report Former Congressman Don C. Ed Campaign' Against High Cost of to thc Governor, sent to Governoi Ccunty Superintendent Lanter wards, of this city, an old time MOLLY BAWN FRIDAY NIGHT. The com-- . McCreary Wednesday. FUNERAL SERVICES Living to be Made. If Successful is among . i And Prof. G arnett And Thomson says tnat n u. . inn is friend of the uie mission TOO UTE TO CLASSFY Mr. i On Friday night at the Winchester construed to mean that any convict his most ardent supporters. Other Ventures Will Be Made. In Charge. K. Henry Pays Mrs. Josephine Opera House, the Harvey Stock who has served the minimum time Edwards authorized the statement .. a n' Now York. Jan. 2G. The Rev. presents their feature Thursday that he believes the time Beaumui iriouie ur ner ue Corananv THE LYRIC for which he was sentenced and The exan '.nation of the county ceased Aunt, Mrs. Fuller. play of the week. "Molly Bawn," a obeyed all prison rules is entitled tc has come for a universal movement Madison C. Peters, pastor of the big graduates is being held in the CirItalian Bicod. (Biograpb.) dramatization of tho celebrated a parol" on this ground only then on thc part of the people of the Pilgrim Congregrational church on cuit Court room, and will be finished Versailles, Ky., Jan. 2G. For the (Selig.) An Indian Vestal. name. The play amendment to thc law is necessary. entire country, in all walks and pro Madison avenue, will next Saturday same The novel of the afternoon. on Saturday (Pathe.) On the Masdr. to give expression to their open a grocery store as a part of first time in the history of this secand is abounds with clean Irish wit The hoard contends that good con fessions County Board 'of Examiners, conSchool pupils bring your coupons unqualified and enthusiastic pref-fo- r the church's work among thc poor. tion of the state a funeral service full of pretty dramatic climaxes. duct in the prison should be only of sisting of County Superintendent Colonel Roosevelt for It is the beginning of a campaign was conducted by a woman. The tomorrow. Miss Carmine Carpenter, the pop the tests to determine whether oi John E. Lanter and Profs. W. II. JoMatinee everyday, 2:30 and 5:30. Chief Executive of the Nation fo against the high cost of living. Oth- services were conducted by Mrs. i A. Thomson, is in ular little leading lady, will be seer, not a prisoner is entitled to Ganiett and D. body of term. er stores are to be opened later if sephine K. Henry over the another in the title role and Maurice Waldon charge. her aunt, Mrs. W. F. Fuller, who GOLD Fi-- h For Sale at Beans this one proves successful. will be seen in the opposite role of The report of thc commission The following is a list of those News Stand. See ad on pge LC: WASHINGTON STREET than a week ago Dr. Peters was was burned to death Tuesday "Ted Lutrell.'' Special secenry will hows that the Frankfort penitenwho are being examined: rendered Four of this issue. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH broached his plan at a meeting of morning. No music was be used and new specialties will be tiary earned, clear of all expense; Fred Osborne, Sudduth. George E. Moore, of cne of his hurch organizations. "I at the services as the usual custom. Tho Rev. introduced between acts. and expenditures for improvements , Manila Lyman, Sugar Ridge. was paid by FOR REMT Cottage of five rooms. Louisville, will preach at the Wash like," he said, "to start a store but a beautiful tribute of the week .$30.02G.21, which is the best showThis is the best play Nancv Belle Eeton, Sugar Ridge. with gas and 'cistern, on Haggard deceased aunt. and Mrs. Henry to her infj'on Street Presbyterian church where the people could come Fannie Lee Woodward. Mt. Zion Seats should be secured early ing that has ever been made by the street; also part of house corner laid, to rest in the bedy was Sunday morning and evening. The buy as they would if the farmers' The There is 'to be no advance in prices prison. At the Eddyville penitenJ. C. ZacCi McDonald, Mooresville. Main and niclanan. cemetery in Cincinnati, in a Spring Hill public is cordially invited to attend wagons were lined up for them A matinee wil Hie giv&i Satuiday tiary there was a deficit, as usual Vaught. ..Grace Hamilton, Mooresville. market where they could escape Thursday. The Commissioi- - these services. of $23,310.33. at 2.:30, "Down East Folks.' May Stipp, Forest Grove: - rffl NO ., semi-conscio- ot T ne-ucrs- . II ' W-at- ts J Four-vcar-o- ld $1-4'- ) M:ns-;ar-L- v.,f. m this-count- Pre--idcr.t'- "l ii-.- one-hal- u ..I - mm a. ft 1 i". NEWS TUC wiNnHCAtp EARLY SUMMER' NEWS. W IIWMTEB . - NOTICE Clark Circuit Court. X. T. BENTOX OX ASK&STATEAIOTO DRIVE , , .... MAIL ORDER HOUSES Charge as much for a cheap, poorly made imitation of a 0jcJ Stove or Rane as Ave do for a Mtot, 109-1- 11 South Main Street, Kentucky. Sunday. s Winchester, Out SNAKES Daily, Except Entered as second-clas- matter. i i i November 28, 1008, at the postoffiee kt Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mall. Daily, one year Six Months One Month $3.00 1.50 .25 RATES: to an order of the Clark Circuit Court in the above action all persons holding claims against the estate of R. M. King are notified to present their claims propsrly procn to me at :uy office in the McEldowney Building on January 29tfj or January 30th, 19.2, or their plains will be barred. TLis January 23rd, 1912. J. T. STOKF.LY. Master Commissioner Clark Circuit Court. I'lir.-ua-nt " PETITiOX. Prospects Bright, But No Definite Train- Action Has Been Taken. ers interested. Lexington, Ky., Kansan Has Killed 200 Reptiles "and Sees Nc Hope of Genuine Favorite We are located here, and cannot afford to sell you a Stove or RangeUhat only appears good in a pictureit must do the work satisfactorily and prove durable. We can make more profit on shoddy Stoves and Ranges, as they appear to be worth double as much as they really are. Stoves and Ranges must be made of good material and 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. -- Victory. Jan. 20. Prospects are favorable for Lexingttu to have an early summer trotting HIS FAMILY IS ROUTED meeting. Officers and- directors of the Kentucky Trotting Horse BreedState Board of Health Instructs Chemers1 Asociation, which recently beists to Devise Something Tnat came a member of the Grand Circuit are considering advisability of inaugurating such an innovation. Many dorses that winter in the South could he induced by offer of liberal purses to stop over 'here on their way to the Grand Circuit events, and a three, four4' or five days' meet would be 'welcomed by owners and trainers and would' prove profitable to them as well a to the association. June is mo-.- t favored. Secretary Williams, of the aso-ciation, admitted Thursday that the mattqr had been tentatively discussed, 'but that no definite action had been taken as yet and that nothing i likely to be done with the proposition until President and General Manager Ed A. Tipton from Xew York. Will Rid Farmer's Home of Pests House Infested With Blacksnakes. ."4 Hi Payable in Advance. ABVERTlSIHf RATES: ' ' BUpkyhr amy 2 2 id $100 PER PLATE was paid at a banquet to ITenry Clay, in Xew Orleans in 1842. Mighty costly for those with stomToday ach trouble or indigestion. people every where use Dr. King's NTew Life Pills for these troubles as well as? liver, kidney and bowel disorders. Easy, safe, sure. Only 23 ?ents at All Druggists. withia om iraak. iitio..........f . to. A'-J5( s I 2 Om week, eontiamrasly Om eakadar mo--, continuouily- few weeks, '4 tiatM a wA few weeks, three tue m week. Heat weeks, two times s week. . LOf 3.0( 2. J .81 1.2 .7.' INiUm RftleM-- Ftr Une: ftar Pv I Muh weeks, one time a week. notioes, body type reading, news heading... 7t 15 1 EA E Gently But Thoroughly Cleanse Your ..Liver, Stomach And Bowels And You Feel Great By Morning You're bilious, you have a throbbing scnatiou iu your head, a I)ad tasta in your mouth, your eyes burn yoa skin is yellow, with dark rings under your eyes; your lips are parched. Xo woucler you feel ugly, mean am ill tempered.. Your system is full of bile not properly passed off, and wh A you need is a cleaning up inside. Don't continue being a bilious nuisance to yourself and those who love you, and dou't resort to harsh phy sics that irritate and icjare. Rmeta ber that every disorder of the stom-.ic- h, liver and intestines can he quickly cured by morning with pcu-tl- c, thorough Cascarets they work box from while you sleep. A druggist will keep you and the your entire family feeling good for months Children love to take Cascarets, because they taste good and never gripe 10-ce- nt Jkree eoatuiuous insertions of sami rati Jtaa at double the one-iis- ie MtMHkd Par Wsri: Dm faMMrtioL, any editioa Three asertions continuously .. 2 Cub. three additional insertions. Oae ealendar mo., continuously. .10. Nothing counted less than 16 words Mo item charged oa books foi Sac thaa S6 eeats. this PAPER. REPRESENTED FOR FOhElG ADVERTISING BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO GENERAL OFFICES i 1 BRANCHES IN AU. TrlE PRINCIPAL CITIES WAINSC0TT PUBLIC SPIRITED. I v, Among the public spirited men ol t, the state we note Mr. G. L. a manufacturer of Winchester, who offers to conduct a Coiinfj )Fair this summer for the benefit of the propsed new hospital foi the city, if the physicians of tCic Those city will contribute .$500. "doctors ought to come forward with the required amount and encourage their worthy townsman in his laudWaiu-scot- jr sicken. te If Men of his ambiable undertaking. tion are not found every day. Maysville Independent.., Mr. Wainscoit's proposition wa even more liberal and public spirited says. His than the Independent offer' is to the effect that it the physicians will guarantee $.100, he will assume the entire management of the fair. If the venture should be a success, the doctors are to put up nothing. Indeed, Mr. Wainscott goes even further, lie is willing to stand personally liable for 230 of ' the proposed guarantee, if ilie physicians "will pledge the otlicr $250. Thus, if the fair is a success, the profits will go towards a hospital for Winchester, and the promoter.-wil- l On the othe.. lose nothing. band; should the venture prove unsuccessful, the physicians of the city will make good their pledge ol $250- and Mr. Wainscott his guarantee of a like sum. Drs. E. R. Cole and D. II. McKin-le- y have charge of the work of se- The nicest and most perfumes and toilet articles Brown-Proctoria at the Thc-stor- e Pharmacy of quality. MOTHER HAS DISAPPEARED Judge Declares Woman is in Contempt of Court For Not Producing Witness in Court. ( i I' 0 vfyn , 'B9 tfiK curing subscriptions, and already almost half of the required amount has been pledged. (Prospects are very bright for tJtc success of the effort, and then it is up to the citizens of Winchester to that the enterprise (itself is not a failure.. LOOK! SEE! You can get one dozen of thost fine photos at Earp's Studio at greatly reduced prices the rcmaindci of this month. 76" Ve ' I; I; 3i fcrj 3ft 3 i CO wti?6 fit.. ..fir tit t . cite .9 . FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS blow with terrific force at the fai north and play havoc with the skin, causing Ted, rough or sore chapped bands-an- dlips, that need Bucklen's Arnica Salve , heal them. It- make the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled fof cold- - sores, also bruises and piles. Only 25 cents at All Druggists. - Chicago, 111., Jan. 20 Detectives began a nation-wid- e search for Mrs. Elizabeth Lindsay, "Vahdah" jf the Sun Cult and mother of "Billy" Lindsay, tlie Philadelphia, boy heir, to arrest her on attachment writs issued by Judge Pickney, of the Juvenile Court. The Judge declared she is in contempt of court for not producing the boy. If she is apprehended outside the state, extradition papers will be obtained from Gov. Deneen to bring 'icr to Chicago. Attorney Jtcbertson accused Wm. E. Ewen, for the Lind-a- y family, of having given the case indue publicity and furnishing tJie Atnewspapers with "romances." torney jreEwcn moved that the ?ourt declare Mrs. Lindsay in contempt, and find that the mother aud Ottoman Zar Adhurst Hanish. head of the cult, were unlit guardians for !ili)le "Billy." Mrs. Lindsay is believed to., be near Philadelphia. ey CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. George W. Shepnerd, pastor. Ser-c- es at Court House. Sunday school 1:308. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. md 7:00 p. m. Prayer meetumgj satsl0-- t Wednesday at 7:30 pm. have Topeka, Kan. Chemists worked out medicines which will drive rats and mice and Insects out of a house, but none ever developed a scheme that will drive snakes out. When You See This Trade Mark cn a Stove or Ranje The Kansas hoard of health lias askco You Can Depend Upon It Being All Right the chemists of the State universlty und Agricultural college to see If they can find something which will drive blacksnakes out or ths home of Theo TABLES dore Herman at Beloit. Herman has appealed to the boaro. for something which will let liim live LEXINGTON AND EASTERN in the house. He wai driven out of his. heme two weeks ago by black RAILWAY COMPANY snakes and has not been able to exterminate them yet, although he bar No. l! No. 3 killed more than 200. The snakes an Daily Daily WESTBOUXT apparently as thick as ever. a. m. p. m Herman Is a prosperous farmer and 1:2:- lives two miles from Beloit In a stone Lv. Quicksand, Ky. bouse, built many years ago. Cue aft5:05 1:5 Jackson, Ky. . . ernoon Mrs. Herman put her baby In O. & K. Janetiou 1:57 preparing for a walk. The the baby had broken its bottle that mornAthol, Ky 4:52 10:31 ing and Herman was going to tiring c Beattyville Juct . 4:25 10:0-new one homo-- that evening. A bowl of 4:04 9:44 Torrent, Ky. . milk was placed In the bottom of the G:43 3:30 Campton, Juct., A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. Clay City, Ky. . 4:05 L. & E. Junction 7:51 4.37 For years J. S. Donahue, So. Hav8:05 4:50 Winchester, Ky. en, Mich., a civil war captain, as a Ar. Lexington, Ky. 8:50 5 135 lighthouse keeper, averted awfu' . I No. 2 I Xo. 4 wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might Dailyf Daik EASTBOUND have been a wreck, himself, if Eleci i it. 1U J IK 1U. tric Bitters had not prevented. Lv. Lexington, Ky .. . 1:35 7:2( "They cured mo of kidney trouble S:0: Winchester, Ky. .. 2:17 BALD HEADS NOT WANTED and chills," he writes, "after I had PUR L. & E, Junction .. 2:35 8:lt taken other so called cures for 8:51 Clay City, Ky. .. . 3:05 9:27 years, without beneflt and they also Campton Juct.. .. 3:47 3a!u'ncss is Toe Generally donsid- 3:11 Torrent, Ky improved my sight. Xow, at sevenThe st.ite pure food authorities at 4 Beattyville Juct. Kv 6:03 2:5! ty, I am feeling fine."-- For dyspeperetl a Sign of Advanced Age. :he Kentucky Agrieiiltuial Expari-lic. 5:35 Athol, Ky 2:2: to sia, indigestion, all stomach, liver Station reported Tue-da- y O. & K. Junction . 5:191.10:57 kidney troubles, they're without of A and person does lot, 5:25 11:05 County Attorney Scott Bullitt, Jackson, Ky ell-"equal. Try them. Only 23 cts.. Ar. Quicksand, Ky. .. 11:2; Louisville, h;ie an equal chauco with one for at All. Druggists. watered or skinmied milk against blessed with a healthy head of hair, CONNECTION: dairymen .supplying Louisville and because baldness is too generally LEXINGTON Train Xo. 1 will mak CALENDARS reaccepted as an indication of age.'' "onueetion at Lexington with the L certain restaurants. These cases extcn-iv- e inspections Many large corporations have esSs N. for Louisville, Ky. Call at my office, 25 Xorth Main Xo. 3 will sulted from the nntdt tablished an make connection with the L. & X. a! hut have recently been mit, and refuse ;i:id get a calendar. Louis-Wil- e Lexington for Cincinnati, Ohio. to take men over 3q j'eara of age as :hroughout the whole of the J01IX R. STUAKT. Snakes In Her Hat Box. CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos. " milk field atid other parrs of new employees. t and the- baby ate through a I, 2, 3 and 4 will make connection Kentucky. Probably 05 per cent of bald- -' long rubber tube. with Mountain Central Railway t" Mrs. Herman left the baby In the md from Campton. The samples were collected from leaded people may regain a good hall while shu went to the living room GEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trahv GUINEA PIG the milk depots, the dairymen, t'u head of healthy hair if they will to net her purse and hat. She heard Nbs. 1. 2 and 3 will make connection restaurants, the ilioic!.-- , and othci follow our advice and accept our the .ihv laughing and thought seme of the neighbors had dropped In for h with the L. & A. Railway for Beatty- places where milk is served, and otter. We have a remedy that we visit. She walked intonho hall and ville. SURVIVES found twe dig r.lacltsnakes eating the 0. & K. JUNCTION Trains Xos. 2 when a sample was found to 6e wat- positively guarantee to grow hair 3 and 4 will make-- connection with ered or skimmed, further investigamilk in ate baby's bc'v;L on any head, unless the roots of the Airs. Herman ran to the baby and Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Canne" tion was made to determine who was hair are entirely dead, their follicles carried Iz in her arms whllo she went Citv, Kv., and 6. & K. Station. Frightened Animal Tiny Gives back tc responsible. About 700 sample were Wo-eand the scalp has become tet ht-- r hot. She found two CHARLES SCOTT, Squeal of Delight When Rescued more snakes In her bat box and ananalyzed in Louisville and glazed and shiny. We want people General Passenger Agent other crawling up 12c lefrof theiiress-InBy Party. for p: operation. In mo- - to try this remedy at our risk, with was afraid to table. Mrs. LQUISVILLE & NASHVILLE instances the milk was taken from tlie distinct understanding tlhat nn- leave by th troni door where she had New York, Jan. 2G. Tiie squeal seen the two fuu&vs eating her baby's Southbound. from the dairymen's herd to deterit does exactly what we claim of a guinea pig caused millions in milk so she atarteU out tJio. kitchen mine how much water had been ad- it will, and gives satisfaction in ev-c- ry loor and found three tnaki'S hanging Cincnnati-Kcoxvil- le Wo. S7 loct ded to the milk as supplied by the treasure to be forgotten Thursday from the fill. Mra. Hermim escaped we make no charge 10:25 a. m. morning for a moment .it least, through a window ud weut to her dairymen's cows. during the trial. the remedy fur 'A3 TJo. when hundreds of men and .women, mother's home. We know exactly what we are Red Cross Dairy (Phone SS9-X- .) When Mr. Herman caare bj fcts wife limited, 10:52 a. m. standing in line to get at their de- Btopped him and told of the snakes. talking about, and with this offer No. 9 Mayaville-Stauor- d local supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and posit .boxes in the Equitable Build- He went home, accompanied by his it?i Cincinnati onBetiou t Paris sanitary Ilolstein andgiade .Ter-p- y T back of our statements, no one the ing ruins, ceased .wondering about wife's brother, to exterminate scoff, doubt our word, hesisnakes. Herman picked up what he arrives at C:30; departs at 0:35 p m milk; not wateied. the condition of their .stocks and thought was a stick and thi first thing No. 31 Cincinnati-Atlan- ta linuteo to put our remedy to an actual tate bonds in their amazement to learn he knew he bad a snake coiled around 11:22 p. m. test. Only registered pharmacists hanhissing in his face. They arm and that the pig had not only survived his V want every one in Winchester killed 20 snakes that night and have dle your perscription at the Brown-ProctorMorthboana the big fire of January 9, but was killed from six to thirty every day who is suffering from any scalp or Pharmacy. Absolute Vo. 34 limiter alive and kicking after 10 Hays in since, but each day they find the The store of Lair trouble, dandruff, falling hair, guaranteed. 1:52 a. m. snakes as plentiful as before. d the .wreckage without food No one knows vbero tho snakes rr baldness to try our Rexall "93"' No. 10 Stonford-Msysvil- le loca: qualify. or water. came from or how itey happened to Jonneetinir al Paris for Cincinnati Hair Tonic. Wc want them to use The pig had been taken to the appear In such numbers Mid in this due at 7:15, leaves at 7:22 a m. it regularly say until three bott Killing them doe not eradi house. A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. Equitable Building a day or so be- cate them, so the state's c'uemlsts are , No. 38 Knoxville-Cincuina- ti have been and if it does not p. m arrives 2:48: departs fore the fire for vivisection experitrying to find somethics; that will - jH.kj'nrilIe.Oinir;r:i To warn people of a fearful forest eradicate dandruff, cleanse and re-32 (irive them out. Fumirtilng the house ; Ni',. ments by the Equitable Life Assurwith strong formaldehyde candles and limited 5 :37 p. m. fire in the Catskills a young girl rode C:c-i- :i t!;e scalp, tighten the hair in J1 ance Society's doctors, and it was wtth sulphur failed to keep the snakes All are daily, except Nos. 9 ani horseback at midnight and saved its r ots. and grow new huir, we will in the medical offices on the morning out more tn.a ie iour. The Hermans 10, which are daily except Sunday. many lives. Her deed was glorious return every cent paid us for the that the building was destroyed. AK am Urine at rbe home or Mrs. Herman's parents. but lives are often saved by Dr. remedy for the mere asking. There CHESAPEAKE & SHIS. though badly damaged by the blaze, King's Xew Discorvery in curing lung is no formality expected, and wo exNegro Drayman Turns White. that particular section of the floor trouble, coughs and colds, which act no obligation1 from the user Eastboynd. BlocEnjruw, tad. William Arnold, did jiot fall, and Dr. Wolf went there ugjd sixty, c. negro drayman, is grad- No. 20, Daily, Ex. Sun. . .8:45 a. m. might have ended in consumption or whatever. to sec if anything-waloft in the ually turning wUle. Following an Xo. 22. Daily 12:10 p. m. pneumonia. "It cured mo of a We are established right here in which was believed to, be tuberway of- records. o. 28. Daily Sua .. 0:30 o. m dreadful cough and lung disease," Winchester, and make this offer with .N 9 dO p.-- iu The animal will not be used now culosis, whit6 spuCs appeared on his o. 24, Daily hands. The skin became tender and writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington, a full understanding .bat our busifor vivisection purposes, but is be- tho whlta spots sren larger. At the Westboui 0. Tex., "after four in our family had ness success eytirelv depends upon same time Arnold Jmpraved In health1 No. 27, Daily, Ex. Sun. . .0:22 a. m. ing given care a'rid food. until ho is now in tncsllent physical : No. 21, D?.ily 7:48 a. m. died with consumption, and I gained the sort of treatment we aecord cur condition. Hifi &oZy is covered with o. 25, Daily Ex Sun . . 2 50 p. n 87 pounds." Xothing so sure and customers-- , a'nd we could SubstantiWorks. larj-- e whit6 Winchester Monument sots. (15 b. m safe for all throat and lung troubles. ate it in every particular. Rememtfo. 23, Daily F. II. Jackson, proprietor. Trial bot- ber, you caii obtain Rexall Remedies Price 50c and $1700. e.o.L-i-2G-Lightning Spoils Girl's Joke. FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! Atchison, Kan. '! p.m going to tle free. Guaranteed bv all Druggists in this community only ot our store stand here and lat the lightning strike Will pay you the Highest Cash The Rexall Store. Phillips Drug He'll, Take Him Up. ice,"- Flossie Eutman said jokingly The man that; goes aroupd with, a while she s,tooc on the back porch ct Prices for, your Furs. Store. 50 South Main street. NOTICE wad of money making a bluff that be her home near Fanieil. A second Jater J. W. HISEL . .wants to bet and can't get any one to lightning struck tto lawn 20 feet from Only the purest and freshest medThe fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'n?, Bridge Junk Shop, up can., get accommodated where, stfe w,as standing, rendering her tak, his icines on sale at the Brown-Proctorby entering any downtown office unconscious' sciu time and' leaving No. 23 North Mapje st will serve cows at $2i00, money dna building and telling that biuS to the her iu a dazed rendition the rest of Pharmacy tho store of quality. East Tennessee Phone 215, Horh at time of service. '' elevator hov. Jndtre. the afternoon OQDEN. ,B. JL Pbone..590. , GRANT WITT & CO. MWJII ' I go-ca- rt ns 1 9 -- NIK G.-2-5 nt bald-head- go-car- d. g ik-cua- a re.-p- u-- ed Oicr.'TinBti-lAcknocvih- V ia ac-cur- tti ice-cla- !o-.- 23 u-- ed 3t ia ll-18-- 4o ? v lf.- - fHCWrilCHl-STE- ilEws; " ; ' Ji i Pate Htm. A GREAT MANY People are taking advantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles about the house. We have the best things in the world lor that purpose. All .arc guaranteed to do the work as represented. JEWELER This coupon and five cents will, admit any scholar attending any pf the schools in Winchester . PR SIM- - at - hi Gas And Heartburn Stopped In Five Minutes. Get rid of indigestioc Or dyspepsia, or whatever you call your stomach misery.' Drive out tJie sourness. Lift of! tie heaviness. Stop the fermentation of food. Sanish gas, heartburn, foul breath. di:izines.s, headaches, nervousness, mght-swea- ts and bad dreams foreei Get a .")0 cent box of MLO-X! ablets at Phillips Drug Store today fhey guarantee them for any of the 'diseases named above or for any stomach distress. No better prescription for indigestion was ever written. makes the stomach vigorous and strong enough to digest food without aid. For sale by Phillips Drug Store and druggists A MI-O-X- A The Lyric "theatre, 27tt. Bring this Coupon. 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. t SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY C H. BOWEN OC JPTIC1AH s j IETY . fur-nisli- Friday. II was in the city this week ' with Leap Year Dance friends. Tlie .v.mi;r hiuie.- - of the city enMis IJutJi Beall was in Lexington tertained Thursday cvenius with an enjoyable Leap Year Dance at tie this week the jniest of her sister, 'Mrs. Jame Lewis. While there she Auditorinfu. Tlie niu-i- c v:is witnessed the performance of '"Madbv Saxton's Orchestra. The dance proved to bo one of the j ame Butterfly." mot delightful that has ever been Col. Thomas Hodman, of Mt. given in this city.. Stci linjr. expert appraiser in Bankruptcy, has been tiiore for several uc.- Anions the Hojrie." David days in charge of the stock of Ron nvere. Messrs;. Kd. Chenault, William Woudford. J. C. Frank on Xoith Main street. Mr. Gaitskill, Henry Pro.vjtt. of Jit. Hodman will go from here to Ilydeu Sterling: Mr. Tobias Write, of Dan- next week. ville; Messrs. Han-o- n Thomas. BayMi. A. B. Hall is ill at her home lor VanMeter, William Houd. Whit- on Winn avenue. field Hall, Bryan Ballard. William Mrs. Annie Thomp-oof CincinIlayman, of Lexinjrion; Mr. Carroll nati, is visiting friends here. Jones, of Mt. "Sterlinjr: Mi.-sKate Mrs. Joe QiuVenberry is quite fill TIeadle'y, Eunice Urower, Man. .at her home on South Main street. Leonard Caatle, of Lexington: Mi-e- s Mrs. r'mma Wells, of Madison Brown and Mis Lititia Warren, county, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 11. of Danville. L. Wilson. Mrs. Je.-.-- e Lellon and children 'MWcs Lula Derf-cand Iieiv have returned prom a visit to Mr.-- . Deniinjr, of r;ic-;ts of Leslie McCormick in Mt. Stciling. Miss Myrtle Porfer, on Burns ave:; Hodgkin and familv Mr. tSam-, ue. .1 will leave in a short while to visit 'tfiW&ih. Vic Bloomfield and TI10- -. 'relatives- in' Alabama. Broi;k..vere in Wocdfoid county this Miss Maymc of Mt. week to c!i,e a hii; real estate deal. Sterling, was the piest of her parMr. Gibson Taylor, of ncaltyville, ents licrc several days this week. has been here tliis week the pue-- t Messrs. Albert Cnpronia and Fred of his bi other. Mr. Pendleton Talor Diener arc spending a few days i;; Mr. Dave Jackson.- - of Louis ilk--. ' Winchester. M:tv.-viIBulletin. Grand Master of Kentucky Mason- -, Mr. 0. P. Henry was in Lexington. out-of-tou, es May.-viller'a- rc K. Ic Mr. A. M. Domb has returned fniu Xew York, vyhere he purchased a large line of spring goods for hi;; Winchester stoic s Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Simpson left j this week fo- - Clearwater, Fla., where they will spend the remaiude: of the winter months. Mrs. J. 1". Grubbs was in Lexington Wednesday, where she went to attend a very important meeting of church workers. Miss Louise Bewlay, who has been stenographer for S. T. Davis for some timjihas resigned to accept a position at Lexington. Mrs. John Odcn was in Lexington Tuesday for a short visit to hci daughter. Mrs. W. D. Rash, who has been quite sick, but is improving rapidly. Hon. Lyman Chalkley, Dean of the Law School of the State College, was here last Wednesday looking up some old records in the County Clerk's office. , DEATHS AND FUNERALS Aquiila Thomas. , Aquilla Thomas died Moil day at his homer in Fayette com lty oL years. heart trouble, itged .fifty-si- x He is survive! by his wife and nirc children. He formerly lived.' on the this Marders farm, near Pine Gi-e- , county. N William McCord. r n William 'McCord died at h is "home aged FURS!! FURS! FURS!!! in Lexington Sunday nigh';, eightyone years. He leaves a wife Will pay yon. the Highest Cash and several children. He formerly Prices for your Furs., county lived in Madison near J. W. HISEL BQonesboro. lie iwsis a bi other of Bridge Junk Shop Squire John MeCord, of tlris city. No. 23 North Ma pie st East Tennessee Phone 215, nom. MADISQNVILLE VOTE?. Phone 596. ll-18-4- FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) If you intend to buy a marker or monument, get our prices. Winchester Monument Works. Parades of Hundreds of Small Chil-dree.o.d.-l-2G-- 3t TheiNlew Depositor The Winchester Monument Woiks can furnish you anything in their line as good and cheap as any dealer. Patronize homo industry. e.o.d.-l-2C-- 3t Carrying Flar,s And Ban- MOST LIKELY. ners Are Feature of Day. Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attas-tio- n and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity t0 serve yoa thai wa Buy pew the quality of our banking service. We invite you to call and see u REDUCTI Madisonville, Ky.. Jan. 20. After one of the hardest i'ought camJTURS'I! FURS!! FURS! paigns in the history of tho city, Will pay you the Hfgnest Cash Madisonville vol-eagainst the rePrices for your Furs. turn of the open saloon, which was J. W. niSEL banished two years ago, by a maBridge Junk Shop jority of 124 votes, ;1nd ivhen the No. 23 North Maple st. result was announced the liundreds East Teaacssce Phone 215, Home of men, women and chilrlren conDhone 596. gregated in front of the Courthouse awaiting announcenrent of the ts went wild and for a few the rejoicing of the visitors RINK. AUDITQFIUM SKATING was great. Matinee every day from 2 to 5. iParades of hundreds of small Admission 10c, Skates free. children, carrying Hags and banners Night 7to 10. Admission 10c, -were with vaiious inscriptions. Skates 15c started at 0 o'clock and this .vas to Ladies. Particular attention also continued at intervals during "EL REY SISTERS" the day. Theso children were led February 5th. to 10th. by the ladies, singing songs and Bloomfield & Ratliff Props with picas for the citizens to vote D.B. SCOBEE Azr- dry. io uu-nien-- Citizens National Bank Near Court Heats- - Corner Main and South Court .Street. Winchester, Ky, Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the ly. !s easy to travel all over the State and other States. If yo haven't our sarvice you should have. Call our.manager for full information. 1 considerably i Mr. Kidder Every one speaks at Miss Antique as being a bargain. Miss Caustique Well, her ege la marked-dow- n. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY' INCORPORATED) Miscalculation. "How stupid these men are! If my master would have waited a month or two, now he would have a roast fowl instead oaf poached egg." Pe!e Mele. Vgg7a TAMUS PEOPLE BY FANMP. M LOTHROP HJB ! BALDWIN BROS DISSOLUTION SALE - ! The people of Winchester and Clark county fully real- Heatherbloom Petticoats. $1.50 value Ladies Silk Hod 50c value Children's Hose. 35c value, 2 pair for. If AO ize that the Dissolution Sale which we are having- is a boni-fid- e one, from the exceptionally low prices we are 22c 1 making on every arlicle in the store. This sale has been There now remains only city and county talk for weeks. ten days more for you to reap the benefit, AS THE DISSOLUTION SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY 1st. I.sdv- Henry Sorr.orcct, president or tac British Temperance Woataaa Association, cz1 a ica-ie- r in a I pb.Iaafaropic aaa social reform work, is. hTse and her fortuao to taa mighty influi-t- fj lor good, an-- It? She tvis horn in Hn'and. tho Canghter of "Earl Seaers,, scrvics of fov thirty y-r- s a rscrnber of the Hqu'j of Lords aad a man ofBohle'caarac-tc- r. ircd for ociety, bi:t spat hi3 tine in travel ani acieatfls Garibaldi and Mazziii rrere his closest frieads. H fall ia research. Eu-l'- i. became his trife through a portrait bj'Watta. exUve v.!th tha lady hibited in Ixndcn. It appealol to hizn as no living or pictured woataa ever tad; bo scus'it tne origal. and after a romantic courtship aaarriwl her. l.a;Ty Irabsl. iater Lady Soniarsct. was born in 1S31. and'eveala tka day 'was of her girlhood foad in social questions a thomc ot deep interest of John Stuart Mill. After her preaaatatl crcatly influenced by the at Court sho tvas caught in tho social whirl and for years iras a lady oi g fssbion and nicasur?. fraa tvhich the present earnest, thusiastic fvorkcr for hunanity tras evolved ia the days of aorrow," icg. and. unhappiarss through which sho was soon to pass. When she wa3 twenty ono sho vas married to Lord Henrx Swavaraati second son cf the Duhc of Beaufort. The serious ide fl aa uBfortaata,ajar ried life turned her mind to higher things; she helped thos? wa4 WftM It asd was an angel of mercy and inspiration. She wa3 interested lafSIUietl rOtm of criticisa. and in tha raaza of disputes and sophistries eves many vritars. saisV douMe taa dav Trhilo talking and thinking in her garden, she enco of God Then it seec.ed to her as if sho heard aa actual volca afaakjag to her vrry soul: "Act aa if I tvere, and thou shajt know that I aa. Vividly impressed she went to her room, read her, Bible,' a4'im, t morning told her friend she was going to retire from 'tha worl4 Jer a tiaa. Taking her boy she tvcntUo Eastnor Castle, a beautiful place la tt4 )Utfm- J 25c Great reduction in all other departments. WINCH ESTER CLOAK I SOI! Manager. CO. Inc. To make 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 and Silver Plated-ware- . If 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 last and final reduction. of-th- e A Leader in British Philanthropic Wotfc LADY HEMF2Y SOMERSET no ai. ; self-desyia- FEBRUARY 1st. I A. M. DOMBy . Elks Building jt Both Phones 364. 61 Main Street y j WINCHESTER, KY. BALDWIN BROS. 7Z . jaaAtow'ratJoa. shams and shallows of society: deteratlnea-.ta-Mworld, witn iao poor ai aer owa aataa e school-- : tomhuniiM cnpiptv. and cave aa address of the Castle, aa tia ti:m. m.otint; in ths, billiard-rooyaigiarii work for. gooa taai aas uienuij. uh ;iV-' Tn itn n fiMninfr-ih- warn ia-"th- . wa. ik 3' wm 4 4 4 c s ' nt mr Paae Few. i'fi3A , v THE WINGHESTEK NEWS GOES It HTOWN TV THE CAT SPEAKS. WET "1 UNIQUE ALPHABET OF PUBLIC SALEi 1-- ESTE CtASSffED COLUMN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS, le a word far a sbifh mtH u 2c a wsnl far Una waaaaaUva k OVERWHELMINGLY THE BIBLE I will sell at public sale, 4 2 miles fiom Winchester on the K'ickerville pike, on j I (From an old Primer in use more than fifty years ago.) Who Paraded the Streets And Worked Opera House TO-NIGH- Mramen, ct Polls Last Elec-Ua- n, Were Eloquently Absent. Georgetown, Ky., Jan. 2(5. Georgetown went 'wei"' Thursday lly the overwhelming majority of 551 to 38, the "dry.-- practically allowing Mic election to go by default. As a result tjiis year's registration out at was much smaller than that of four In fall, when I very, very night. bright. The stars years ago, when the city was in a They're surely brighter when it's cold; And, though I rieer have been told. yJCo money flourishing condition. I was usad Thursday, and many Toknow those little starsinall try , shine their brightest the sky, To warm the world and make tilings floaters refused to vote. bright "'The plea was set up by some of For cats that sing outdoors at night. tlie leaders that the County Unit POPULAR GAMES IN LONDON JJill would pass anyhow, and it was unuecesary to vote at the city elec- Dabbit, Castello, Holo and Three Tricks Have Possibilities Detion. Moreover, the "drys" have scription of Pastimes. declaring that they will test been fhe legality of the call for the elec"Dabbit" This sounds like a swear word from tion. a man who is suffering from a severe No demonstration of any kind "code id the dose," hut it isn't. Daboccurred, the voting passing off bit is only the title of a new game, quietly. The women, who paraded which some people say has a good chance of becoming more popular than the streets with their children and ping-ponwas, says the London worked about the polls at the Sketch. The idea is ridiculously simple. You were eloquently absent this are provided with a sort of oblong time. tray, the bottom of which is, formed by the table on which you play. Placed across the middle of the court thus FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! provided is a piece of wood containing arches. Will pay you the Highest Cash The ordinary rules of tennis are followed, but instead of going over the Trices for your Furs.. net you serve the ball under the cenJ. W. HISEL ter arch. In returning, the players Bridge Junk Shop send the ball back under any of the No. 23 North Maple st. arches and the fun is exciting. It is a series of pushes, and one is sur.East Tennessee Phone 215, Home prised at the amount of skill which can be obtained. Phone 596. Dabbit is only one of several. Perhaps the best is Castello, a game on an entirely new principle, which is beEASILY BREAKS coming very popular in London, for it can be played either on a lawn or the mallets are A SEVERE COLD table, specially shapedcroquet balls, used, while ordinary four players having a castle and two balls. Much skill is required in the In Just a Few Hours All Misery capturing of flags and castles, each game lasting about 20 minutes, and From a Bad Cold Or The IGrippe providing all sorts of excitement when the players are skillful. More modest, but equally interest Will Be Overcome ing, is holo, the players trying to drive a ball through their opponents' Pape's Cold Compound is the regoals. Holo appeals sult of "thre years' research at a quite as much to children as to grownups, and what seems fairly simple at cost of more than fifty thousand first is in the end very difficult. Stepping-stone- s and contains no quinine, which is a game in which the players have to stop from one xvc have conclusively demonstrated block to another while balancing a W not effective in the treatment of ball on a platter. The results are colds or grippe. ludicrous. is three tricks. A littl is a positive fact that a dose tleFinally, thererevolved and suddenly table is of Pape's Cold Compound taken ev- stopped, whereupon the players try ery two hours until three consecutive to spike loose tablets which are numjdoses are taken, will end the Grippe bered. The fact that one player spikes more than another does not mean that and break up the most severe cold, he wins, for he may have taken sevejther in the bead, chest, back, stom- eral for which he has to concede ach, linibi or any part of the body. points. Itpromptly relieves the most mis- WHEELED SADDLE FOR GOATS erable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, feverishncss, sneez- Contrivance So Arranged That Little Animals May Be Used to Carry ing, sore throat, running of the nose, Small Person About. mucous catarrhal discharges, soreGoats, unlike horses and little ness, stiffness and rheumatic twinges Take this harmless Compound as ponies, are not heavily enough built to allow of riding upon their backs, but directed, with the knowledge that goat-bac- k riding is made possible by means of the wheeled saddle shown in there is no other medicine made The arrangement else in the world, which will the illustration. cure your cold or end Gripic misery as promptly and without any other .r " f.n g , ll-18-4- Ho broke God's commands and thus sin began. Gen. 3. (2 Peter 1:20-21.- ) B isfor Book which to guide is given; Though written by man the words came from Heaven. C Is for Christ who for sinners was slain; By him Oh, how freely salvation we gain. John 3:1G. . D is for Dove with an olive leaf green; Returning in peace to tho ark she is seen.-- Gen. 8:11. E is for Elijah whom by the brook side, Daily with food the ravens supplied. 1 Kings 17:4. F is for Felix who sent Paul away. And designed to repent on some future day. Acts 24:25. G is for Goliath lo! stretched on the plain, i (1 Sam. 17:49.) By the sling of young David, the giant Is slain H is for Hannah, how happy is she; (1 Sam 1:20; 2:26.) Her son, little Samuel, how holy was he. I is for Isaac, like Jesus he lies, Stretched out on the wood a meek sacrifice. Gen. 22:1-13 is for Joseph who trusted God's Word; t Was lifted from prison to be Egypt's lord. Gen. 41:40-44- . K Is for Korah; God's wrath he defied, , (Num. lC:30-33.- ) And lo! to devour him tho pit opened wide. L is for Lydia; God opened her heart. (Acts 16:14-15.- ) What he had bestowed, it was her joy to Impart. M is for Mary, who fed on Christ's word (Luke 10:38-42.- ) And Martha her sister, beloved or the Lord. N is for Noah; with God for his guide, Safely he sails over the billouy tide. Gen. 7:17-1S- . O Is for Obadiah who, the prophets to save, Twice fifty concealed and fed in a cave. 1 Kings 1S:4.V P vis for Peter who walked on the wave (Matt. 14:24-30.- ) But, sinking, he cried, "Lord, I perish; Oh, save!" O s for Queen, who from distant land came, (1 Kings 10:1-10.- ) V Allured by the sound of King Solomon's fame. R is for Ruth; she goes forth mid the sheaves. Gleaning the ears the husbandman leaves. Ruth 2:23. S is for Stephen, Christ's martyr who cried To God for his murderers and then died. Acts 7:51-60- . T is for Timothy, taught in his youth (2 Tim. 3:15.) To love and to study the Scriptures of truth. U is Uzziah, in rashness and pride, (2 Chron. 26:16, 21.) Profaning God's altar, a leper he died. V is for Vine; a green branch may I be, (John 15:1.) Bearing fruit to the glory, of Jesus, the Tree. VV is for Widow, her two mites shegave, (Mark 12:41-44.- ) And trusted in God to sustain her and save. X is the Cross our dear Saviour bore;, (John 10:17.) Oh, think of His sorrows and grieve him no more. Y is for Youth Utychus killed by a fall; (Acts 20:9:12.) By a miracle wrought was recovered by Paul. Z is for Zoar, where Lot wished to be. It reminds me of Christ, a refuge for me. Gen. 19:22. A is for Adam who was the first man; v T 12l at 10 o'clock a. sonal property: 2 brood 2 2 -- year-old in., the following per- THE FAMOUS arvey Stock Company PRESENTS Mrs. s South-worth'- marcs. mules. mtUms. Vic a wart far Mat "attaaal kh sertiaa. 10c a word aar BMatk. Scattered buartlaas, Ic par arari at InsertlM. Nothlm InMrtai far fata ftfcM taa eaats. Nsthbsf aharaaA aa feaaks far hat thai IS aaata. TRACY AND STOKELY 2 milch cows. ' 1 fat heifer. 2 calves., 13 head of sheep. Cora in the crib. Farming implements and and kitchen furniture. FOR RENT Celebrated Hovel gas fixtures, Winn avenue $11.50 room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.30 3 room cottage, gas fixtures, College 3 room eottage, j street Al-- o .$12.50 at the same time three small farms will be rented to highest bidder, possession given March 1. Terms made known on day of sale, "iSKMAEL" PRICES, 3 room cottage, gas fixtures, Broad I ARNOLD SAMS, Adm'r G. W. litirch - 10, 20 AND 30c Feature Flay, Friday, "MOLLY BAWH" Matinee Saturday, 2:30 J. M. STEVEFJS0N Attorney-at-Law p. m. SPECIAL SALE Winchester, Ky Of Go'il Fish, Friday and Saturday 60S. Main St. E' r ' News Stand. Assortment contain x at Bean's If a &3 y & 1! 1 Gallon Globe. 2 Gold Fish. 1 Box of Fish Food, 1 Aquaria Plant. 1 Instruction Sheet. 1 Lot of Sea Pebbles. way $12.30 1 room cottage, gas fixtures, Broail- ,wii $12.00 3 room eottage, gas fixtures, Taylor avenue $12.50 5 room eottage gas fixtures, Haggard $12.50 street 7 room cottage, gas fixtures, Haggard street $13.00 3 room residence, Vath, gas, etc., Main street $30.00 Office or small store room, Main street $33.00 Office, ground floor, Fairfax street, $10.00 Several flats, all modern conveni- All fjr 50c 3t while they last. ences: well located; either first or DALLAS G. LAWRENCE 1 21 second floor; price right. Office in HcEldnwney Building v BOTH FHONES FOR SALE Hou?e of ten room-;- ; bath and gas; large lawn;, fine lot; fruit and shade tree. House of eight rooms, suitable for two families. Three building lots. r.oon. A bargain if F. H. JACKSON. i GlfAf?shVTD SATSFACTOfty REAL ESTATE. Tea P:so Hte&zan, tob hay Ca sajs voEi &aaa e 07 Ve kba an vasii ass ski Cfljasa IS 89.WS3V s;i. BSIR CM aan tx&za, VBTT I vn ? OH Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or rent. tlOO.OTO wsta YHiscc: ai 10 . , cssiva A3 I astik& vase, KS'S E3T733 ll&VZ SSeH ?K)!K&3 V3 CS. ems Capital I R well-guarde- d Undivided Profits. $200,000 A specialty sales. of Lot mmm E. E. LOO?! IS dol-lar- ds THEE LOOKS LIKE SMALL AIRSHIP i ratliff Auditorium Bldg. & FOR SALE 6 pure bred White Ifock liens at $1.00 a piece if sold at once. Apply to Rnbbins at News office, or 125 Boone avenue. -tf Winchester Bank OF- - New Aeroplane Kite Built on Same Any ClevPrinciple as Monoplane er Boy Can Make One. A new kind of kite that any clever boy can make has been patented by an Illinois man. It resembles one of the planes used in some forms of "G0H" IS INTERESTING GAME VINCHESTER. KY. N. H. WITHERSOON, President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. Auctioneer McEldowncy Building, Winchester, PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Atiorneys-at-l.aw LOST Pair of glasses,' .between Oliver and Hickman and Maple. Return to News office. Reward. 1 Sort of Napanese Draughts and Originated in China, Spreading to Japan Quite Popular. Ky. any-whe- re assistance or bad as a package of 'Pape's Co'd Compound, which any druggi.-- t in the world can supply, after-effect- s, 25-cc- nt DARIN5 AVIATORS Los Angeles, Cal.. Jan. 25. A wind that blew in fitful giu-ikept expert aviators all except the more on the ground Wednesday sit Doniin-gue- z Field. The alnateurs had been warned not to lly by the representatives of the Aero CIu of America. Despite this warning, however, Farnum T. Fish, a seventeen-year-ol- d Los Angeles aviator, made several flights. Lincoln Beachey climbed to an altitude of 5,000 feet and stopped, his motor, volplaning to the ground in long, graceful spirals. PiGil Harmalee ascended more than 6.000 feet. Beachey showed best in the speed trials. It was intended to have four or Jive experienced aviators make ai: attack Wednesday night on the torpedo destroyers in San Pedro harbor to demonstrate the usefulness of the aeroplane in warfare, but because of a fog it was postponed. s H WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE aeroplanes and when up in the sky Did you ever playhe game of gob? may be taken for a miniature airship. It is a sort of Xapanese draughts, and an English enthusiast in Hastings, Horace F. Cheshire, is now endeavoring to arrange a match between teams chosen from the Hastings Chess club ( and the Japanese club in London. Jir. Cheshire, who is a "goh" player of 30 years' standing, says that although the game admits all the finesse and strategy of chess it is easier to learn than draughts. Goh was originally invented by the Chinese and spread to Japan in days before the Norman conquest. New Aeroplane Kite. The game is supposed to represent Take four sticks about three feet long a struggle betveen light and dark. k each and two strips of muslin about ness five feet long. Fasten the muslin around the ends of the sticks so that LITTLE DOLL HOUSE IS CUTE when the whole structure is extended, as shown in the illustration, the mus- Kansas City Youngster Has Minialin bands will form rectangular cells ture Home With All the Latest with an open space between them. Modern Conveniences. Insert brace bands diagonally through tho wedges of the cells, in the center, A doll's house in the rear of the P. and fasten the ends of the braces to S. Lorie home at J203 Walnut street, loops extending from the corners of Kansas City, is not marred by the the cells. Finally, tie a looped cord k which characterized to two of the sticks in the lower surIbsen's play of the same title. face of the plane, just inside one of Percy S. Lorie, Jr., four years old, Saddle for Goats. the cells, and in the center of this is the only masculine person who has two wheels in front and one rear loop tie the free end of the ball of lives there, and is far from being wheel. The goat is hitched under the' twine on which the kite is to be a practical man. He never complains frame bearing the saddle, so that the sailed. entire weight of the rider is carrieC Photograph Now for Christmas. on the wheels instead of on the goat. The woman who owns a good camThe front wheels are attached to r fork, within which the era, even though it be a small one, goat runs. A handle-ba- r is provided may begin her "Christmas presents for turning the front wheels in right now by taking attractive little pictures which may later on be steering. mounted on blotters, calendars and the like and give a note of personality Could Change the Wind. King Krricus of Sweden publicly to her gifts. There are special photoconfessed that he was a sorcerer and graph colors by which the black and magician. He was the owner of an white prints may he tinted in artistic enchanted cap, which he pretended style and without the need of any enabled him to control the spirits and special artistic training. Wii a camchange the direction of the winds at era and these colors delightrol bookpleasure. So firmly did his subjests lets and other remembrances may be believe In the supernatural powers of provided for during vacation days. their ruler, says the London Mail, Knew His Papa's Strength. that when a storm arose they would Johnny had been naughty, and his The Doll's House. exclaim: "Ah, the king is again wearmother told him that he could choose ing .his magic cap!" between a whipping and being shut when his little sister Katnerine, aged up in the cellar. six, plays for hours at 'a time with Another Reason. "Who will whip me you or papa?" fEer dolls. Then, again, perhaps the reason The doll house is a miniature home why women's feet are becoming larger, queried Johnny. "Your papa," was the reply. every detail, equipped with elecIn iggests the Philadelphia Inquirer, Is. "Then it's the cellar for mine," re- tric lights, a little stove and not too because they put them .down oftener joined the wise youngster. much furniture, to overcrowd. and hanger than formerly, Hen-dricbow-shape- il FOR RENT Room.--, over & Phillip.,' store. FOR SALE to G. V. Lewi-;- , McCord Gas cook .Move. Andy Phone Xo. 37i. dth Floor JIcEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. LOST Silver pencil Tuesday afterReturn .to noon on the trcet. News office. 5USTI1 SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. at?to rttstij l. r Ouiklt P.tlTCTI S5 lat.Ou!itirl WANTED Five or six room cottags with large yard for chicken. CaH East Tcnn.. phone 1G4. FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, th best on the market; yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. struction Company. 11-28- -tf CERTAIN SIGN i Clark County Vattoiial BANh tU- had 14Sl FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A house and 10 acres in grass. J. II Croxton, Home phone 813A. -tf AcciMtttt and ol f.!srflti3n!3, tmzu Ps!ni3. Viim SoiiclM; All Collect'cns &de cn FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullet3 and cockrels. Home phone 813-A. -tf Crpital and Surplus $350,000.00 Insure in Manager Yes. Starleigh Is always sneering at the low intelligence of his audiences. Wrons Isn't he? Critic Hes ris .t. They stand lor him, don't they? When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flower3, 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 STROTHER'S OLD RELIABLE Don't Dig Deep. Experts aver that there Is little or FIRE INSURANCE AHD no ground for the belief that valuable REAL ESTATE AGENCY metals lie very deep below the earth's i surface. shocks of gooT FOR SALE-3- 00 corn. A barrel to the shock. J. H. Croxton, Home phone 813-I. title Fraternity Btdg., Phone 185 y Ignorance. Ignorance of books '.s not the great- est ignorance. Ignorance of the ways of peace, of kindness, of -- Justice, of charity, of unselfishness and honesty. is the ignorance which works, the most harm. j ; DRINK HomraoatTM. Ik I Qfficaaninj ' j0," J 1 1 ' if tfk & i; 7SfjT S F3 r p $ p &C$Vii& & wt.rti LI iX A I J i DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. ' Mkl WINCHESTER, KY.