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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 29, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912012901_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 29, 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. edition! VOLUME 7; No. 85. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JANUARY ar-lest29,-191- WEATHER Colder Mcnday Night, Tuesday Fair. 2 CENTS Kirkbridgc Sunday. It follows: I "I have Lien living at tho Pacific Union Club in San Francisco since my separation from my wife, but havo made trips bore to watch her. Saturday night, lying in wait near the boa-je- , I saw her in the machine with tliis chauffeur. I stopped the ear and ordered her to got cut. She reftt-e- d ami I opened fire'' In m interview Sunday Mrs. Moore denied that she has been cut riding with Timothy. ' "I was not out riding with Timothy Saturday night or any other night and .when the time comes I can prove it." said she, "I was in my house all evening. My husband was insanely jealous of me and Saturday night's happening were only part of a series of violent acts on his part. "I know little of the man Timothy. Ho worked for us a year or so again, lint T had no idea that he had entertained anv affection for me." j A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK K . AzbiU was Courthouse steps en a charge o drawing a ARMIST ICE NOTED LEADER ' deadly weapon. Tho two men were quarreling in TO HERE fisint of the Courthouse when Axbill HAS EXPIRED i1jo, according to Mr. Mullins, was under tbe influence of liquor, drew a pistol, Mr. Mnllinsseeing the man Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts, of Washington, President Sun Sends Telegram to diaw Uie pistol, rushed to him and D. C, Head of International Re- - wrenched the sun fiom bis hand and Yuan Shi Kai. No Serious Fight1 him. airc-itoform Bureau to Deliver Address. ing is Expected. The cauf-- of the quarrel was said Nanking, Jan. 29. The armistice, It wasannouneed in the chnrche to be an old trouble existing between wiiicn lias been m operation, tor sev- Sunday that Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts, the men. of Wa.shrngion, I). C, who is at the j .zbill was "released on a bond of y.inl ivwb past, lexjured Sunday, Lead of the International Reform $r0 and in Police Court Holiday Af- but no definite steps have been taken Bureau, .would speak at the Fiivst ternoon the trial was continued until for its renewal. Neither Tang 'Shao Yai, tfiie representative of Yuan Shi Presbyterian eburch Tuesday even-- ! Wednesday. ing at 7:15 o'ek-ckKai, nor Wu Ting Fang, the Rqnib-'tu- i Dr. Craft is a (minister of jusitec, .oxpects man of international reputation and serious fighting. Dr. Wu said in it is an unasuul thing for place the TOBACCO SALES size of Winchester to have the opthis connection: portunity to hear hinv "There is no one to fight; all are Two hundred and 'sixty thousand our friends-His topic handled by a man thor" oughly familiar with the theme, is pounds .of tobacco had been sold President Sun a telegram an inspiring one, "Battles Won and Monday at two o'clock over the local to Yuan Shi Kai, informing him tliat breaks. Battles on in State and Nation." if abdication is imminent he would The market was decidedly stronger Everybody invited. JJou't fail to hold back "the Republican troops for than fir several days land the qual- two hear him. or three davs. ity 'of the tobacco was also better limn it has been. SECOND TERM WILL WILD GEESE R- - A. SCobee's House Two hniiwlred thousand pound;, Twenty-nin- e wild geese following OPEN ON TUESDAY (tobacco wore sold at Scobce' of each other in a line pawned over this 'Monday morning. Thcie were city Sunday muruing. They were The secoiid term of Kentucky Wes-- i but few rejections and bidding showwere going direct lv North. leyan College will open Tuesday ed a marked activity Prices ranged morning. Rev. J. II. MaoNeill will fitcsn $2 to $25, with a good part of deliver an address in the chapel at the sales between $20 and $2"). Al10 o'clock, to which the public is though there arc as yet a good many cordially invited. Pupils can enter low grades on the market Mosiday'-blowiABOUT MJU. HAMPTON now the same as at tbe first semester was 'the besit for some time. H d c Gordon, being British, rushed into it with cordial British greetings . for bis old friend. Major Hampton welcomed tho interruption, but Doctor Taylor only endured it. It was so with others. Quite a number of members were presented, hut no one seemed to impress the visitor as Doctor Taylor had, though others tried, parading adinir.-Titioof his acting and idais in the beautiful messages of his play: didn't care to Mr Forbes-Robertsj talk about it. "When the party broke up, the new found friends paited with re gret. They say Doctor Tavlor don't know until this morning that Mr. Forbes-Robertsis still a stranger to him, and he may never know it. But the quartermaster at the Presidio suspects that he knew it five minutes after the meeting." support it. (Mackenzie TWELVE Attorney PERSONS j BIG FINES ARE FORTHCOMING Thomas Hiii and D. Vaughn "Cough Up" And Then Wend Their Way Homeward. Vaughn, of county, who were fined $o0 each in the County Court Friday n a charge of -- hooting on 'the public bighway, paid their f)iti Monday aiomkg and wended their weary way homeward-- . T''.ie una 'V.ul been in jail Friday. D. Madi.-w- A E DROWNED Rowboat in Which They Were Cross-in- g The Mississippi is Caught in an Ice Jam. Cahb, 111., Jan. 29. Twelve persons are repoited to have been lo.--t when a rowboat in which they were crossing rue Mississippi river from Bird's Point, (Mo., to Cairo, was caught in an ice jam. They were being ferried across to tho Cotton Belt railway station here. Searching p.utios, wliich were immediately sent out vhen the news reached here, hao been unable to fined any 'trace of the lot boat or Tho.. Hill and J. B. PHARiS SELLS has-sent- , FOUR PERSONS ARE CREMATED its passengers. The passengers were part of who loft a noon Cotton Belt .train HIIMJFJ00 ACRES 115 1 at j Overheated Siove or The Explosion Bird's Point, Mo., and were left with out conveyance across the liver because the railroad ferryman feared to risk his steamer in the ice and heavy fog. Three boatsmeu were hired to car- IN INJURED AT QUICKSAND Mr. Thomas May, of Robison Creek, Pike County, is The Purchaser at $180 Cash. Mr. J. B. Pharis sold Saturday afternoon t Tiumas May, of lhiu-o- n Creek, Pike county, a 'farm of iOO acre. 4 mile- - oivthe Wades Jlill pike for .flSO b. I'osbcssJon March 1. Mr. May is the fourth of four brothers, who have moved to this county recently purchased and farms. Mr. David .May purchased the place of Mr. T. I. Wills on Noith Main, and two other brothers purchased a farm from Mr. Milt Gonk-right on the Iron Works juke. The May brothers come to this county with the reputation of being among Pike county's best and most substantial people. u-w . cf a Lamp is Thought Been The Cause. to Have ng Planters' House At two o'clock at the Planter.--' House (!0,000 pounds had been sold. 17.J.000 younds were on the market J. and buying was spirited. The market was reported the strongest for were WHI Be Held At St. Peter's Catholic several days. Eight buyers of the toin attendance. The quality Church, in Lexington, on Tuesday bacco which had ceeu sold at two o'clock was of a low grade. Morning. On account of tho' darkness the The body of Patrick J. Kearns, sale was called oft until Tuesday who "was killed near Morehead on morning at nine o'clock. the railroad has been taken to his .home, 321 Walnut street, Lexington. The funeral will not take place in CONFESSION OF Paris as announced in Saturday's paper, but will be held in Lexington Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at St. EW A. Peter's church, Rev. William T. The burial will Punch officiating- take place in the Cathrlic-- ecnMrry. v The pallbearers will be Messrs. Chief McCord Says Prisoner Has John and Thomas Nunan, Matt Mnd- Admitted His Guili on Charge of igan, John Conway, of Winchester: Forgery. Bartholomew Sullivan, Jobn MeEl- of roy, John Hines and John Ketley, According to Chief of Police Lexington. Woodson McCord, J. A. Crews, with FUNERAL SERVICES OF ' I. MANAGERS OF LYRIC whom .Mr. McCord reccutly returned from St. Joseph, Mo., has confessed placed to the forgery cltarges U agaau'st h'nn in this city, Louisville mid Paiis. Crews Waived exuminhig trial and was held over to the grand Which Entitle Children, by Payment jury under a bond of $300. in default of Five Cents Each, to Admission of wbicb he was seta to jail. Crews was liound over to grand to The Lyric. jury under a bond of $:t00 in default tif which he was sent t jailThe manager; of The Lyric arc publishing again this week a coupon in Tho News eacb day. This coupon entitles any child, by a payment f five cents, to admission IS NOW AT WORK to the Lyric on Saturday. Save a coupon. Messrs. B. F. Whitner, R. H. Shelley SERIOUS RESULT IS AVERTED And Gifford Bi ock Are Busy Run-..ni- ng Property Lines. TJio topography corps of the Louisville and Nashville Mtrvejors began work Monday running the porpeniy lines from this eity to Jailer MuNins Wrenches Pistol From Paiis, preparatory 'to the double- Whit Azbill, Who Was Engaged in tracking of the road. In tbe parly .are Messrs. B. F. Whiteicr, R. II ..Quarrel With J. W. Pace. Shelley and Gifford Brock. What would probably have reINFANT BURIED. sulted in a homicide was prevented late Saturday afternoon by Jailer A baby, which was born dead Jas. S. Mullins wben he wrenched a pisiol from the hands of Whit Az the wife of Mr. Henry Caywoed, bill, aged 66, a stock trader, who wa.s j Nortb jMJddletown, was buried engaged w a quarrel with J. . Pace that place Monday afternoon also a stock trader, in front of the Kerr and Bean, of this city." to of at by par-soButler, Pa-- , Jan. 29. were binned to death or suffocated and fr.e others aie in a serious condition as the result of a fire at tho homo of Curtis Ilalo at Clay-toni- a, a mining town ten miles from hore. A family reunion was held at the San (Francisco Call Tells How Ken home of Curtis Hale Satuil'.ay night. tucky's Son Was Mistaken For The fire was discovered at 3 o'clock Sunday morning. An overheated -- t(ye or the explosion of a lamp to have beeif the cause. The The San Fiuncisco Call of Satur day, January 0, tells an amusing dead are: Earl Miles, 3." years old, son-in- story of how Major K. J. Hampton, law of Curtis Hale. of this city, was mistaken for 'Mrs. Pollie Miles, 35 years old. incidentally and Mrs. Belle Hale, 28 years old, wife pays a high compliment to Kenof James Hale. tucky's son. The Call w.y.: Scott Hale, IS years old, son oT "Dr. Edward Roeson Taylor be Curtis Hale. n lieves that is one. Curtis IIalehis wife and children, of the most interesting and intelDaid, James and Sadie, sustained lectual men it has l.as ever been his pleasure to meet. This is a compli- burns about the bead and body. A man from a nearby coal mine, ment to Major K. J. Hampton, of the assisted by neighbors, extinguished Presidio, though why Doctor Tay lor's admiration for tho English act tbe fire, provided for the injured and bodies of the or should be flattering to an Ameri- recovered the charred victims. can major can't be clear until it is explainedJloctor Taylor himself couldn't explain it to save his soul. A FIGHT Mackenzie Gordon could, if he eared NOW to, with one or two others who graced the Bohemian club Christmas party. Which is carrying mystery far enough. No use being a bore with it. "It was discovered at the party Virgil Rule Refuses to Appoint irresponsible soul disengaged Clark Supporters to Meet With for the moment that Major Hampton looked a little like Forbes-RobertsFolk Supporters For Divided Deas he entered the room and stood legation. Immediately surveying the scene. of a resemblance the discoverer St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 20. Virgil dashed across the rugs and seized Rule, chairman of Speaker Clark' Major Hampton's band. 'How do campaign committee. Saturday nigbt he ?' you do, Mr. addressed a letter to Lou Sanders. in a loud tone. Ml i indeed an said .'.iifip..iI;ii mau.igt.' i'k.i ii;...or gov honor,' wilih other amenities, all overnor J. W. Folk, in which he refuserhead by the literary dean of the ed to appoint two Clark supporler.-t-o club- - He knew Mr. meet with Folk supporters to proas a Shakespearean scholar and vide for divided delegation at the a. distinguished actor, but they had Baltimore convention. When the greeting? never met. The letter' is written in reply to were concluded, Doctor Taylor askoik by 'Sanders in which ho urged ed the mutual friend to introduce both camps to adopt William Jen-sinthem. Bryan's idea of harmony and "This was disconcerting. The ir- agree on some plan for a divided responsible person Jmdn't hoped to delegation. Sanders, commenting He said he'd bo taken seriously. on Rule's letter, 'said Clark's manaMajor asks Mr. gers had, by rejecting Bryan's harHampton said sure, bring him up. mony advise, refused the last opporIn a moment tbe presentation was tunity for peace among Missouri accomplished, Doctor Taylor was Democrats. deep in Shakespeare, whither 'Major "It is now a fight to tbe finish," Ilampton followed him bravely. he said. "The irresponsible withdrew. He hadn't an idea how long Major EXAMINATION OVER Hampton could keep it up. From apExaminations were finished Satr pearances, it was a noble effort. --Major (that he was a urday at Kentucky Weslcyan ColHampton feels students are glad lege and credit to bis likeness. explained to a' the agony is over, no .matter, wliat "The situation was to the outcome. They determined select few. us Fcrbes-RoberlsonForbes-Robertson, Forbes-'fobertso- IW an expert boatman, permitted twelve to get into his boat. The boatmen of the two lighter caigoes were about !0 yards ahead of Jones when they heard shouts for help and turning saw Jones battling frantically with a monster Hoe which was sweeping hi- - citift beyond control- A heavy fog then hid the lot party from vscw and m. thing has since been heard of tbe ferryman or his pas-outre ry tho pas.eiigor.. to tbi- - side of the Drury Brewster, Aged 2G, is Taken river. Two of them took five passengers each. Frank Jones, said to be to Lexington Hospital For Treatment- TOJHE FI1H Lexington, ,Ky., Jan. 20. Drury Brewster, aged 20", of Quicksand, on tho Lexington & Eastern railroad, was brought to Lexington Sunday afternoon on the late train and tak en to the St. Joseph1 Ho-pittr receive treatment for an injury sus tained while working in a lumber camp at Quicksand about eight days rs- ago. Brewster was employed by the Huntington Contracting Company as a grader of logs and while returning KILLED WEALTHY from work several days ago, he attempted to jump from otic car to an other of the train, fell between the RETIRED FARMER cars and was caught by the brake beam. Tin was draaed alon? tho rail, which cut a gash in each leg. Smith-so- n There were no facilities at tire camp Poiicc are Looking for John for treating the injured man proper Who By Confession, of For-dyly and bo was brought to this city. Implicated. He was accompanied by Supcrin-ten'deWas J. D. Doge, who has charge Ma ion. O., Jan. 20. Police all of the camp. It was stated at tbe over the country were asked Sunday hospital that bis injury was not seto be on the outlook for Jobn Smith-sorious and that he will probably br who, according to the confesout again in a short time. sion of Cecil Fonlyeo when he shoi Willcuts, and killed Clarksou wealthy retired faimer, Saturday RISE IN night in an attempt to io! him ForiVcc called Willcuts to tCic dooi and at the door and at the point of T a revolver demanded money Will-cugrappled the revolver and 'in the scullle was killed. Week in BulleFoidyce told Hie police ho met is Predicted For The Smithson 'in 'St. Louis la.--t Septemtin Issued by The Weather Bureat ber aud the two have been commit-in- g At Washington. crimes in various parts of the country since then. Washington. Jan. 2S. A marked al c, nt n, GETS GOOD APPOINTMENT Mr. J. A. Roland, of thiacily, until ecently with the Winchetscr IV r .Mills, lias been appointed a storekeeper and ganger with headquarters at Frankfort by Internal IJevcr.ne Colector Fields, of Lexington. 'Mr. Koland spent Sunday with hi- -- family in this eity. ADMINISTRATOR J. W. Ragland qualified in tao County Court as administrator of the cskite of Nancy R. Ragland. MRS. SC0BEE WORSE Mrs. J. W. Scobce, who Teecntly 'inderwetsi an operation at St. Irbspital, iu Lexington, was reported Monday afternoon to be in a 3yiieal (condition aml irolatives were Tsairxnonci to bcr bedside. 'is IRKED ts ElfATURE TOO LATE TO ClM (Lubin.) THE LYRIC. Tobacco.. Industry. Forbrs-Robertson- WEALTHY COAL DIES Shot DEALER J. J. Mocre, Who Was Foibos-Roberf-s- in temperature will overspread Eastern S hates Monday, according to the weekly forecast i.uvi Sunday night by Hie Weather Bureau and moderate temperature will prevail ocr the Eastern half of the country duing Hie greater part of tit. li-- e A Puritan Courtship. (iPathe.) (Lubin.) The Scandal Mongers. will "Maybe I Billy Wat-o- ii will Come tin Back." lecture "Mirmon-in- An illustrated i Exposed." A big programme for one day. Matinee everyday, 230 and 3:30. Whom He Had Attacked, Passes Away. gs mbes-Robertso- n. all-tli- e San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 29. J. Moore,- a wealthy coal dealer, who was shot Saturday night in a revolver fight with Samuel L- - Timothy, a chauffeur, near the residence of Airs. Moore in Hillsboro, a suburb, died Sunday night. 0, v Mrs. Lillian Moore, wife f John If the Goddess of Fun should pa-- s FOR SALE 10 days only, my small L. Moore is immured in the Moore residence at Hillsboro where she has by the Auditorium where would Dave farm one mile from Winchester cn lived alone since she bpaogiit a sen- Secbee ? Whey he would make a Ruckerville pike. Possession givsational but unfruitful divorce suit after her.. That is just what Mr. en at once. J. II. Newberry, East two months ago. Sho bas refused to Scobce is doing, for be has arrangTenncsse phone- - 1G4. see anj- - jene but District Attorney ed a number of feature attractions Moore's state- -' for every night this week and prom- LOST $33 in money at L. & N. de(Franklin Swartz. pot. Return to this office and remeat of the affair made Satnrday ises to give everybody the worth of S. C" Reed. ceive nigbt was given out ik full by City tho mazuma expended- J. - Apply FOR SALE A featber bed. coaling week. to 354 Boone avenue or Home Over the Middle Wost. normal phone 774. temperatures will prevail until near clo-- e of tho week, when a change .the a. to decidedly lower tempeUature vrl FOR RENT Office rooms in heated. Hot Steam overspread these regions. and cold running water. Singly disturbance that now covers the A Woodson 3Ioss, or in sJuitc-J. Southwest will advance to the Eastmanager. ern States Monday and be attended by snows in Norihcrn and rain in ladies or WANTED Canvassers, Middle and Southern States ea- -t of gents, with experience. Apply at the 'Mississippi! Valley. , Farmers'. Hotel, after 8 Tuesday. YOU GLORIOUS CHE-ILBrovrn-Proetori- y s. D -tf THE WINCHESTER NEWS. ia.on hsyyory, over jibe, Jiqu An JafelilJaNtsLIMi Street Wiftchestr; Kentucky. Dally, Except Sunday. t. i W "Entered as second-clas- s matter, November 28, 1008, at the postoffice in. Winchester, Kentucky, under the icf M-r3, 1879." cn in attendance at the 'Conference. and Teachers' Both Phones 91. ;?rof. J. II. Banjul, with lie's corps of teachers, with SUBSCRIPTION RATES: and Mrs. ES. Taylor left over the By Mail. C. Si 0. to Louisville, where we look" tlie L. & N. via Naslville to MontDaily, one year $3.00 If you intend to buy a marker or gomery, Alabama; where we changed 1.50 SixJkConths .. .25 monument, get our prices. Works. to the Atlanta and West Point route One Month Winchester Monnment to Cheehan, forty miles northwest of Payable in Advance. while Far-mer' niyr-elf A?- '. e.o.d.-l-2C-- 3t forces in nutting over the County Unit bill in the Senate. It was reported two j'ears ago that the liquor inteicsts hadbeen heavy contribull tors to the campaign fund of v.hcn ho heat Senator Thomas ffr the nomination. It is not our funeral, because we do "not live in the district, but if we did and were a Democrat (and could vote) Claude Thomas would get pur vole in any prima iy with Cumpnell Cantrill as his opponent' The day of the machine bolitician, Republican or lemocrat, is passing in Kentucky and the Nation. It is well. Can-tia- PEOP LES FORUM To the Editor of the News: Thinking that a few words cone, cerning Tuskegee Institute, of Alabama, would1je of inter est to Hie citizens of Winchester, white and black, I hero give a meaimpressions ger outline of my Tiis-geke- AivdrnsiM SUl' 0au aaae, may pjMiiji ratu: CaiA A BAD COLD IS .35 f 9-- 'iSL, "Li r r?. r Oc lit U C.C ) w i A, &- - 81.6 0i: C s: 'j "i 5." Lb- - r.. i jo V I. --Or wear iff ' .IB JS JC .q SJ EASILY BROKEN .50 TkrM tiaes, within on VHk.. 1.00 Om week, continuously Om calendar bbo- -, eontinuouily- - 3.00 The Mnst Severe Cold And Grippe 2.40 Few wm&s, 4 'tinea a week Misery WiH Be Relieved in Just A renrweeka, three tuae aawtek. 1.80 Arriving at the Institute we regisa, week. . 1.20 weeks, two time Few Hours tered and were given homes; the men ItllMt far I Im" VaaBHl HflMilrH um. at Rockefeller Hall, a large three .75 There is not one grain of quinine Jrev weeka, one tiaee a week. story dormitory, and the ladies at taaimae notice, body type... 7 o in I'ape's Cold Compound, which, Huntington Hall, a ladies' dormitory. Para reading, ntva heading.'. . 15o when taken every two hours, until Profs. Garvin and Taylor, by having tCaiee eofitinnocB insertions of same three conseewtivo doses arc taken their wives with them, were domi- : feast at double the oae-n- ae rate. will surely end the grippe and break ciled with private families wheie up The most severe cold, either in the ) CtHrtal Par WaraV." f they also took their meals' lc head, chest, back, stomach or limbs. 0ae laairfios, any edition The conference was in a chapel It promptly relieves the most mistkree insertions eontinnonaly .. 2o with a seating capacity of 2,;iU0, full erable headache, dullness, head and aak tare additional insertions. e colornose stuffed up, feverishncss, sneez- to overflowing with white and Oaa eale&dax o continuously. .10c ed people. The exhibits were grand ing, sore thoat, running of the nose, KetkiM counted less than 16 words. of of products and consisted No iteat chargei oa books for catarrhal affections, soreness, stiff- the pieminms Many farms. ness nnd rheumatic twinges. baa tkaa M eeata. i 2 Papc's Cold Compound is the re- were given by the white people sult of three years' research at a of the town of Tuskegee. Rev. W. fWS .EP REPRESENTED FOR FCKCIGt ADVERTISING BY THE cost of more than fifty thousand dol- C. Carlisle got the premium on the lT lot n lars, and contains no quinine, which best kept farm during the year and for placing on the market the first we have conclusively demonstrated GENERAL. OFFICES bale of cotton. Premium by PresiNEW YORK AND CHICAGO , is not effective in the treatment of . dent Tuskegee Bank (while) John BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES colds or grippe. , Take this harmless Compound as Strick. A negro boy, 14 years of directed, wit lithe knowledge that age. 1st prize on best 1 acre corn THE WAGES OF SIN. there is no other medicine made any- raising 72 bushels at cost of $S: Rev. Clarence V. T. Rieheson, who where else in the world which wu Theo Titii", 0 years old, 2nd prize on raising. f)2 bushels, at a co- -t committed murder to conceal a cure your cold or end Grippe misery worse crime against the innocent, as promptly and without any other of $fl.lfi. Another boy tied Titus, as a bill did not know the cost of ciop. when Qie sent poison to pietty Avis assistance or bad after-effecTliCfC prizes were $2'i; $1.1 and package of Papt's Cold Linnell,'ivas expelled Saturday fiom 10 respectively, the latter prize beIthe church which he was t'lie pastor Compound, which any druggist ii. girl. Piiz-c- -: ing won by a in Boston when he confessed his aw- the world can supply. the best kept were given for ful crime. " house, best garden, preserves, etc. Now he faces the expiation of LOOK! SEE! Most of these prizes are given by the that crime in the electric chair in Yon can get one dozen of those the Massachusetts State Prison and fine photos at Earp's Studio at white plantation owners to encourthere will be few w'uo will not be Had greatly reduced prices the remaindei age their tenants. Mr. Campbell has GO tenants with families on his planthat this vile murderer and worse of this month. tation and only two has moved in than murderer meets the fate he five years. Twenty acres is a one richly merits. "Woe unto him by CHRISTIAN SCIENCE DOES The man and mule cotton farm- whom one of these little ones is NOT CAUSE INSANITY. prevailing price is one Ibail of cotton caused to offend,' or something very to the farm as rent. A man can get nearly like that is the scriptuml (From New York (N.Y.) Times) The indolent, all 'he can attend. warni. "It would be better for Dr. Albert Warren Ferris, who for lazy and careless break about even, him that a millstone were tied about four years has been president of the while the industrious make good ihis neck and he were cast into the New York state commission in lunamoney. A' cabin and one acre of depths of the sea." llow much betcy, having given up his office on De- ground is furnished free to the rentbeen for Clarence ter would it have cember 31, when asked last night. er. Tho wife is supposed to take Rieheson if such had actually been (January 3) whether he had found care of the house and garden. Mr. his .fate. Better the millstone and that Christian Science had Jieen a W. W. Thompson offers the, ten besl the sea than the ignominious death factor in -- insanity, replied that he housekeepers a nice dress each for lie must die to receive the wages of had never found a case in this slate 1912; also a $23 prize to tho man his sin. that could ' ' When he reflect upon this m.nrV Science. be attributed to Christian raising the most corn per acre, and to the man or men who pay their crime, we a re reconciled to the doc"The few ca.'es where w found debts, attend well his crop and saves capital punishment. Surely trine of Christian Science in connection with i?.i0 will give one acre of land and ljo man ever more richly deserved forms of insanity have been those will reserve 40 acres adjoining to death than this monster with t!ie where the patient took up Christian sell to the same man when' he builds blood-oan innocent girl whom ha Science after insanity had come up- a liouse on the acre. deceived upon his red hands' Jiad on him," he said. "I have never I tell you when I heard this in my We hope that the Governor of Masfound it canse in a single case. will not stay the hand very heart I said, "Go South, young sachusetts There are forms of insanity that are man, go South." We look wiUh us on of retribution in the just punishment, accomplished by religious enthusionly punishment, it seems to us, our trip a f 10,000 (ten thousand dolthe asm of an abnormal type, and could be meted out to this delar) thoroughbred stallion from the that Christian Science is sometimes tihe Patchen Wilkes Stock Farm. Last praved criminal. form tliis takes. I should not call summer Booker T. Washington exChristian Science in any way. a pressed to Prof. Garvin a desire for .AFTER CAMPBELL CANTRILL cause of insanity, and during the a fine Kentucky horse. Mr. Garvin past few years we have studied Congressman J- - Camplwll CantriSI took the matter up with Ed Willis, causes very closely." snys that the caue of the fig'.it on manager of Patohcn Wilkes Farm, ir)ieljad out1 Hie horse he thought is the personliim fro The nicest and most al and political enmity of Deslti perfumes, and toilet articles at the would suit; (Mi-- Willis took up the "Breckinridge, editor oflhc LexingBrown-Proctor- ia The matter with Mr. Stokes, of New Pharmacy ton Herald. The Herald Saturday store of quality. York, owner of the farm, who wilpublished editorial excerpts from linglydonated the horse, harness and some of the leading pnpers.of the bicycle sulky. Prof. Garvin at the. FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS Seventh District showing that the conference in a few well set remarks "revolt against the methods pursued blow with terrific force- at the far presented this horse to the institute. by the Congressman in attempting north and play havoc wuh the skin, The people went wild, and when he causing red, rough or sore chapped announced that the horse"in harness to stall off opposition to his pretty widespread in the hands and lips, that need Bucklen's was tnen at tue tloor, they went wi ia is 7 Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes again. district. Dispatches from Frankfort told of the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled Walker, 'the driver, s, also bruises and piles.- mounted, the sulky. I can give no' Senator Claude M. Thomas receiving for Jdespription pfjthe enthusiasm, ' exhundreds of. ielesrams. eongra'ulat- - Only 25 cents, at. All Druggists. editioa.... ...... 9 Montgomery; thence from Cheehan over the Air Line rontc five miles to Tuskegee. The latter road is just five miles long and is owned and controlled by the capitalists of Tuskegee, and ought to pay a good dividend, since it costs ten eenls per mile singly or eight cents per mile in groups of ten or more. cep Jto,Say tjiajt Kenfuckja9 fwenty in number were royally entertained; more so I believe on account of the horse. I was ngreenbly surprised with the surrounding 'and work at Tuskegee. It is all rot about the meanness of They the Southern white man. mingled with us, ate in the same dining room with us and seemed proud of tho advancement of the negro. Of course, the worthless negro, like therorthle.ss of any other race "in all civilized countries, is a menace to good jciety, and they are the ones who generally give any locality a bad name. The South and Southern people for me. At Tuskegee, there are 302 buildings ibesides barns and cow stables, all brick buildings, are named for the donor, Carnegie Library, Tomkins" Hall, which is tlie dining rooms and kitchen, with a very large THE STORE OF PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE SHOPPING I PEl-000DS OPEN' a" ?lf a w - i am maw 'w a aaa a a ?w - 5 I' J Late ideas in Unrtertmisluis tlmt meet the ncfnnremcnt New Fashions in Outerwear. 1 of the X n en i Embroideries, Laces. White Goods, Linens, Ginghams. All Fresh from the Hands of the Best makers. ' r n o n m auditorium. Mrs. Thos. Emery, of Cincinnati, has four huge dormitories. C. il1' Huntington Memorial Hall is the academic building, five stories; Huntington Hall girls dormitory. There very large of tho-sare twenty-fou- r In the Trades brick buildings. g, Building are taught foundry, wagon and carriage making, plumbing, tinning, tailoring, architecture, shoe making, carpentry, pinning mill saw mill, printing and building covers This painting. Mj like len acnes. something Washington lives in the finest residence in ithe village, Emmet J. Scott in the next finest. Win. Vivion is foreman of carpenter and- planing mill. He is a Winchester product and used to be with the J. H. Carriage Works on Fairfax-street- . black-smithin- ' Having taken advantage of a time when cotton goods was off" in price buying in large quantities direct from the manufacturers the. Varieties are Wider, the Savings Larger and the Economies are Greater than we have been able to present at an' previous season. We earnestly invite your inspection of these distinctive new styles their exclusiveness will appeal to 3'ou as well as will the quality, quantity and economy. ' z z tat Bmu All Goods Marked In Plain Figures. 0. jaMJIJi4aVVj9l gJ.I,11 j((t" ftmi:YMtMit1mMMMi f we are: satisfied with small profits IK PUBLIC SALEJF February LAND 5, 1912, ! i ts 2o-ce- nt j The state pure food authorities at Capt. George Austin's father belonged to the Winns, of Winchester. the Kentucky Agricultural ExperiChief Dairyman A. A' Turner is a ment Station reported Tuesday to County Attorney Scott Bnllitt, of Madison county, Kentucky, man. bo wearisome, but this Louisville, sixty-fiv- e cases for sell- 1 vill offer at public sale at the Court house door in Paris, Ky Mrs. L H. don't want to incomplete if I left ing watered or .skimmed milk against Prswitt's farm of 243 acres lying near Cane Ridge, Bourbon county, letter would be Kentucky. Louisvillo and off telling you that I stood in the dairymen .supplying This farm is mostly in gras?, has on it- a large colonial dwelling hallvay of he building wheaj'resi-den- t certain restaurants. These cases re- house, a tobacco bam, a large stock barn, a tenant house and all Jefferson Davis and his cabinet sulted from the extensive inspections j necessary outbuildings, all in good repair, is well fenced, and all the r , made liminrinnes nrp w!l simnlipd with wafpr that have recently been of the Confederate States was i' i The best care has been taken of thi3 land for the past fifteen years. 18(51, to May, thioughout the whole of (he Louisfrom February, Tlie farm is in an excellent neighborhood, convenient to school and 18(51, and we stood on the spot at ville miik field and other parrs of church, and is on a rural mail route. the ca,pitol in Montgomery, where Kentucky, The sale will be made on the following terms : d cash in d d in one year, and in two President Davis stood when he made The samples were collected from hand on making of deed, The spot is the milk depots, the dairymen, the years from that time, with interest at six per cent per annum, lien to be his inaugural address. reserved to secure the purchase money, but if the purchaser should want designated by a star. restaurants, the hotels and other to pay more cash, he may pay as much as he likes when the deed is )The ofuVe building is the jmost places where milk is served, and made. The sale will be made at 1 o'clock, p. m. noted relic in tlie city and is owned when a sample was found to be watAny one desiring further information or to look over the farm may and. cared for by the Sophia Bibb ered or skimmed, further investigaoprly on the farm, or to the undersigned at Winchester, Ky., by mail or Chapter, U. 1). C. The principal ot tion was made to determine who was telephone, or in person, or to Harris & Speakes at Paris, Ky. the State Normal School for negroes responsible. About 700 samples were Possession will be given on March 1, 1912. is Mr. William Burns Patterson, a analyzed in Louisville and G5 cases of State reported for prosecution. In most cousin of the And instances the milk was taken from A. and M. College, Lexington. GEO. D. SPEAKES, Auctioneer. e his mother was a grand niece of the from the dairymen's herds to how much water had been ad Scotch poet, Robert Burns. nicely by the ded to the milk as supplied by the We were treated Southern whites and our own people, daiiymen's cows. Red Cross Dairy (Phone many of whom were at the conferspeech supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and ence. Prof. Garvin niade a to the farmers at Agricultural Hall. sanitarv Ilolstein and grade Jcisev If you could have heard him without milk; not watered. 1 On Monday, Bourbon County Court Day, ten-acre - One-thir- one-thir- one-thir- OAVSD PREWITT deier-min- 8S9-x- .) seeing him you would thought he was some old retired planter, .who had spent a lifetime in corn, cotton and potato raising. It was alright. In five years, I predict, Garvin will I wish ibe an, attache of Tuskegee. that all the boys of my race out of a ' job weie at Tuskegee. ( II. D. COLERANR. FURS! FURS!! , WASHING MACHINE. I OSS ' FURS! FURS!! fURSU! f Will pay yon the Hfgcest Cash Prices for yonr Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Ilomf Phone 596. ll-18-4- Xtiis perfection in every "detail enables the FURS!!! A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. the Highest Cash , PrKscs for your Furs. To warn people of a fearful forest 7, J. W. HISEL fire in the Catskills a young girl rode f Bridge Junk Shop, horseback at midnight and saved No. 23 North Maple st many lives. Her deed was glorious . East Tennessee ' Phone 215, Horn but lives are often saved by Dr. Will pay yon Phone 596. ll-184- te j ' Well-kno- cold-sore- r King's New Discorvery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which The Winchester Monument Works might have ended in consumption or can furnish you anything in their pneumonia. "It cured me of a line as good and cheap as any dealdreadful cough and lung disease," er. Patronize home industry. writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington, e.o.d.-l-2G-Tex., "after four in our family-Jiad- " died with consumption, and I gained .H. FRANKLIN, Prop. $100 PER PLATE 87 pounds." Nothing so sure and (Successors to K. Allen) safe for all throat and lung troubled. was paid at 'a banquet to nenry Price 50c and Trial bot- $1.00. Clay in New Orleans in 1842. tie free. Guaranteed bv all Druggists Mighty costly for those with stom'have been a wreck, h'imsclf. if Elee- -' improved my sight. Now, at seven- Today ach trouble or indigestion. A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. trie Bitters had not prevented, j ly, I am feeling fine." For dyspe- ppecpleevery where use Dr. King's New Life Pills for these troubles as For years J. S. Donahue, So. Hav- "They cured me of kidney trouble j sia, indigestion, all stomach, liver well as liver, kidney and bowel en, Mich., a civil war captain, as a and chills," he writes, "after I had j and kidney troubles, they're without 'Easy, safe, sure. Only 25 lighthouse keeper, averted awful taken other so called cures for equal. Try them. Only 23 cts., All wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might years, without beaetlt and they also j at I Druggists. cents at jll Druggists. 3t "Boss" to accomplish what no other machine has done. Greasy overalls and children's dirty clothes are w ashed clean throughout the same as slightly soiled table linen. Heavy comforts and blankets can be washed equally as well. Not one piece no matter how flimsy, can be injured in the least. The wringer is, attached directly to the -Boss." FRANKLIN HARDWARE J. COMPANY 5, , sT j r ' , X f , 1 ! A GREAT MANY People aretaking advantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles" about the house. We have the best things in the world for that purpose. All are guaranteed to do the work as represented. JEWELER ARTIS & CO We have cut our Wool CH.BOWEN OPTICIAN 0 C. VV. C IETY Mis Sarah Spencer, of Lexington, is the charming guest of Miss Lizzutle (iibbens. 'Miss Sue Bedford has gone Richmond to attend school. to ns ij a buyer ou the local tobacco iirouks. Mr. F. G. Snyder, of Louisville, a former Clark boy, is in th: city. According to uepoilts from Mie. D. T. 'Matlack aad Mrs. S. P. Kerr, the Vcccl' cold spell did not freeze thru Lcirje gxove at Clearwater. Fl.i. Judye J.'IL Hazelugg, of Frankfort, Was at 'the Brown-I'rociorSunday. Judge Hazelrigg, Mr. W. M. Kobb, of tltLs city, and Mr. K. W. Ma.on. o llawe,ville. left for PitN- itrg to prctss Mr. Kobb's and Mr a Mason's claims on the big Kobb cu ia WORKED FINELY Suits to one half price. Skirts rate. at cost and below, B. M. Meeting Tiip.ro wiH be a meeting of the . V. H. M. auxiliary on Tue.-da- y afternoon at 2::tO o'clock in iCie par- Mrs. Mina GofT and Mary Yoitng, of Lexington, day with Mr. laaid .Mrs. J. W. Tattle. FURS1U FURS!! FURS! 'Mr. Walter Bi.shop has purchased M'r. John MeKrana's intercs't in the Will pay yon the Bugneat Cash repair and jras fixture shop of his IVices for your Furs.. father, Mr. J. A. Bishop, on Court J. W. fflSEL Rev. L. G. Gafes, paste1 "dl tWi Fint IXvptist Church, Laving fead the church connected by tefep&one with thehopital, preached over the wire for the Erst time yesterday, fend the ms ut'.I.. . zi last nameit place were oil in nc by the patients and the attaches. After the raern- -, ing eerviecs, Mr. Gates called up the Miperintendent of the hospital, 'and how the telephone workedand' she replied that it was perfect, every N word of the sermon being distinctly heard by all who listened. The Argus- daughter Laurel ( Fripsnt lors C Hie First Christian church. The leaders of the twelve divi.-ioanil the leader. of the Young La elks' Circle and Mission Band are also 'to he present. This meeting' is to make plans for n, for S. P. Greenwade, parents in Winchester Mt Sterling t. Sentinel-Dcmora- Miss Maynic Osborn, bookkeeper visited her t'his week. Win-heslcr I SPRING GOODS! Mrs. Xaiwiie Kash went to Luster, and is important. u last Saluiday to see Dr. a leader canIf, for any rni.-nwho is very Ka'sh, of Jack.-o, not be she is icquested to ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. send her Floyd Day, of that city Mt. SterMa-mjn, pic:-ent- street. Bridge Junk Shop, Mr Charles Bolkin, who is taking No. 23 North Maple it. a course in mining' engineering at East Tennessee Phone 215, Heme State College, is in the city for a Phone 596. few days. Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Tanner will f.iuct Pay More for Coffee. Idave Tuesday on the 4:20 p. m.. C. Co free is the favorite irink on the Bowery tn New York. TlM & 10. train for Los Angeles, Califor-niaiing houses there have ralMdT tht where they will make tueir home price from one cent to three, ceats m ll-18-4- a, up. HOW TO STOP BLEEDING. ling Sentinel-Democra- t. Surprise Dinner. A Mirpiisc dinner was given for Mr. Henry Kcton at 14 Georgia cot, on Sunday. Mr. Eeton, tipon Jiis return from cliumi, found the handMinie dining 'able heavily laden with delicious viands and fifty lighted easidles, one tor each year of his age" Those pie.ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Wielton 'Ilukill. and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Myers, Mr. and Mr?--- . WaVer ." Powell and Mr. and Mis. Will -ii llu-kill- v Jas. II. Thomson, of Fox Station, was in Louisville last week from Friday until Monday, visiting his son, Waller Thompson andVifc, and attending the big poultry show. Mr. Robert Quisenberry is ill at his home on the Iron Works pik Mioses Isabel McLennan and Marion Green, of Louisville, passed through this city Saturday. After spending three days in New York will Citv, Miss McLennan enter school in Connecticut. Mr: and Mrs. Fred BenH. of KnMivalle, Ind., aic spending a few .days with Mrs. D. W. Bnyless, on Fitch avenue. Mrs. A. 11. Baldwin is ifl at her home on Maple street" x Mr. Tobias While, of Danville, and Mr. GifTord Brock, of this city, are x Our new Spring Goods have If a man is wounded so that llows, Kiat flow is blootl oi RAILROAD arrived, consisting of i either regular, Tilt IHIlfS Embroideries, Laces, ) Nain f sooks, Mas aha, Ginghams, Per cales and Linens, etc . Mesdames Ilukill and Mvcrs are isters of Mr. Eeton; Mrs. I'oweli is a niece find Mr. Will Ilukill ti nephew The feast was thoroughly enjoyed, aad by none more tJinn the honor ;rucat to whom (he splendid celcbra-;io- n came as a coinplelesni'nrise. ARTIS & 0. in the engineering corps that is surveying tfiie line from this city to Irvine. Miss Mary Brown, of Le.ington, who has been the attractive guest of Miss Bertio Thompson, returned home Monday. Mrs. D. L. Pendleton eiiiDj.ti by jets or spurts. If it Hows regularly, a vein has been woumled, and a string should 'bo bound tightly around below the wounded part that is, beyond it f,rom the heart. If tft blood eomes out by leaps or jets, ar artery has been severed, and the person may bleed to death in a fet which apply tin minutes to cord above the wound, that is, be tween the wound and the heart. Ii case a stiing or cord is not at hand. tie the two opposite corners of a handkerchief around fie limb, put a stick between and turn it round un-i- il .the handkerchief i twisted tight to stop the bleeding and keep it so until a physician ear he had. Household. snfli-eiently FRANCO-AMERICA- LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WESTJOUXT .v. Quicksand, Ky. No. 11 No. 3 Daily (Daily a.ao.1 Jackson, Ky. .., O. K. Junction . Athol, Ky Beattyville Juct . Torrent, Ky.. .. Campton, Juct., . i 5:051 1-- 9 .'5a0 2 1:57 455 4:04 6:43 10& 9H4 Clay City, Kj. ,. L. & E. Junction Winchester, Ky. Lexin'gton, Ky. EASTBOUND LiY. 3M '751 80 55 I 8:05 No. 2 Ne.4 Daily) Duly 1 N TOILET REQUISITES with her little daughter, Kate, who will undergo an operation ; for tonsilitis. scarcely any hopes of recovery. Mrs. Jas. S. Whin left Monday to , visit her mother, Mrs. Rdbert Miller, I will demonstarte The Franco-America- n Capt. Todd Hall, of Pewee Valley, in Rjchmond. 3fr. Wilmot Prewitt, of Montgomand Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, of Mt. Sterling, arc at the bedside of their ery county, was in this city Monday sister, Mrs. Anna Hall, who con- - , to sell his tobacco. Mr. J. C. Bright, of Saelbyville, is in Cin- - tiiiucs very low with pneumonia, with" 1 In orcer to make room for our Spring goods which are arriving daily we will give you your choice of any Suit in the store. Values up to $20.00 for Toilet Requisites at tht liai Chester Cloak and Suit Company's store beginning Monday January 29. Ladies invited to call. Best class of goods on the market A trial is solicited. MISS MARY WniTE, Local Representative. Lexington, Ky . . Winchester, Ky. . L. & E. Junction . Clay City, Ky. .. Canpton Juct. . Torrent, Ky. . . Beattyville Juct Kyj Athol, Ky O. & K. Junction .1 Jackson, Ky .ir. Quicksand, Ky. .. 135 2d7 235 3:05 3:47 73Q 8a 81 655 6:03 SOU 535 2& 5 d9 1.107 21 5:25 11 11 AS I BALDWIN OS. DISSOLUTION SALE! real- GRASPED FOR BREATH Gastritis Nearly Ended Life of Wm. 5.00 One box of Silk Hose, six pair to the box. Regular $3.50 va" Jies for The people of Winchester and Clark county fully V. Mathews. Read his Letter. CONNECTION: LEXINGTON Train No. 1 trill maSe connection at Lexington with the L. & N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 irffl make connection with the L. & N.rt Lexington for Cincinnati, Ohio. CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will make conneetiM vith Mountain Central Railway W ind from Campton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTIOfl Tnuaa N'os. 1, 2 and 3 will mate conneetiefc .vith the L. & A. Railway for Beatty-ull- e. ize tnat the Dissolution Sale which we are having is a boni-fid- e one, from the exceptionally low prices we are making on every article in the store. This sale has been city and county talk for weeks. There now remains only ten days more for ypu to reap the benefit, , AS THE DISSOLUTION SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY 1st. "I was bothered for years with stomach trouble and gastritis. Food laid like lead in toy stomach and fermented, forming gas. This caused a pressure on my heart, so that 1 choked arid gasped for breath, and thought my time had tome. enred me after I had doetoTed without success." Wm. V. (Matthews, Bloomginton, Ind. If you suffer from indigestion, biliousness, dizziness, headaches, constipation, inactive liver, nervousness' sleeplessness, bad dreams, foul MI-0-N- 0. & K. JUNCTION Trains Nes.,2, 3 and 4 will make connection witk i)bio & Kentucky Railway for Caaad City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. CHARLES SCOTT, General Passmfer AfiNt t liUISVILLE A NAWVUUJl. SMtkkHRi. Cincinnati-KrorriJ- No. 87 h 1055 a. m. S3 CineinaaS' No. limited, 10:52 a. m. No. 9 Maysvilk-Staefw- ii rith Cincinnati eoBMetiM ta MMl Great reductions other departments. in all 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 and Silver Plated-warThe stock must be reduced. If prices will accomplish this we have determined to give you an opportunity to buy the goods at less than tactory prices for the next TEN DAYS, so come and take, advantage of the last and final reduction., SALE CLOSES, e. breath, heartburn, shortness breath, sour stomach of despondenNn. 3L Cmcinaati-AtUastomcy, be sure and get 1152 p. m. ach tablets. They are guaranteecd. Large box 50 cents at Phillips Drug No. 3S Store and druggists everywhere. a. m. MI-O-N- A at tmik of arrives at C30; departs at, 6 35 fr. IM hiM Atlanta-Ciiiww- m 42 ImAI No. 10 Stanford-Maysn- B Qnly registered pharmacists hanennectiae at Par for CjmibmiH Brown-Proctpr- ia dle your perscription at the due at 7 15, leaves at 7.52 a,.m. Pharmacy. Absolute acNo. 38 KnoiyjUe-Ci- a riwiM li-a- L The sore of curacy guaranteed. arrivs 2:48; departs 2M p. WL 33 - JyiTwwiTatriiiSwiM No. quality. limited 5 37 p. m. , ,L t All are daily, except Nea. aai 10, which are daily except Saadaj.' WWM SKATING RINK. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT GO; Inc. FEBRUARY 1st. f CHESAPEAKE ft A. M. DQMB, Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Admission 10c. Skates free. Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c. Skates 15c Particular attention to Ladies. "ELV Elks Building Both Phones 364. 61 Main Street BALDWIN BROS 4. No. 26, Daily, Ex. San. ..8rl5 a. M. 12 No. 22. Daily To. 28, Daily 9 Saa .. M at SISTERS' February 5th. to 10th. REY c Ho. 24,)afly .... .... v Prop. tit i . ta. ' Blooafield D. B.OOHr rr, Ratliff No. 27, Daily, Ex. No. 21, Dtily a. 36, Daily Re. 23, Dey EiSa.. Sa...f M 7MK,tL 94t 9 v ?x V h Paws Four. v - THE WINCHESTER NEWS m Good plumbing is necessary to good health. Graceful fixtures are necessary to bathroom beauty. Good plumbing throughout the house means comfort ar.d sanitary security. Good plumbing fixtures arc easily cleaned, thus lightening labor. A nice white sink and convenient laundry trays make kitchen and laundry work much pleasanter. If your plumbing lias not these qualities it wiil be to your interest to consult xu, we can remodel it and, if necessary, renlare the fixtures with those of laitdtTd guarantied manufacture. The guarantee insures dependable fixtures and protects oi7 reputation with you as you arc certain to receive satisfactory service from these fixtures, and therefore we can recommend them. Estimates furnished without charge. IT 11LM COUPLE ARE MARRIED NOT SALTS' OIL OR E. E. LOOMIS Auctioneer CLASSfflED COLUMN, ADVERTISEMENTS Points on Plumbing W Miss Natalie Martin Weds James ..Bieaihitt, Son of Former Attorney General James G. Breathitt. Lexington, Ky., uni t J PILLS BUT CASCARETS McEldowney Building, CLASSIFIED Winchester, Ky. No Gdds How Sick Your Stomach; 4 le a wir4 ttr a tiftfk mmUm. Be t word fer tfcrw mmkkHw b-sertlens. Hew Hard Your Head Aches Or How Bilious Feel Great PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH-Attnrneys-- at-Law ttc In y GRANT WITT & CO AFTER THE RUNAWAY Experience is a dear teacher, and if your carriage goes to pieces from accident or use, you will find that a reliable repair shop, that will do you work at fair prices, is the cheapest place to take it to. We can make a vehicle as good as new when it looks as if lightning had first-class struck it. Sole agent for the celebrated Jemco Harness that stands for quality. 29. Mr James Bieathitt, Jr., a son of former Attorney General James G. .LITTLE BOY'S UNIQUE TRUNK Breathitt, of Frankfort, and ilis Quaint "Hold-All- " Is Handy Place for Natalie Martin, accomplished daughYouth to Store Away His Many , ter of Colonel A. J). Martin, one of Treasures How Made. the most prominent .men in Frankfort, were married Sunday night in i Every boy likes to have a place where he can store away his treasures. that city, and left immediately for (Here is just the place, and, in the Lexington as the first stop on their making of such a unique little trunk, honeymoon. Both of the young the boy who likes work with tools will have a treat. )cop!c are of prominent families. Is a copy of , This quaint "hold-all- " Tdio marriage was performed at grandfather'strunk that is In a mufollowthe bride's home by Bishop Rcniek, seum at Salem, Mass., and by ing the instructions given below it of the Episcopalian church, and is can be quite easily made. When it Is the culmination of a romance lasting completed the possessor will have not, only an re sevciul months. The young people ceptacle artistic and convenient will for his treasures, but were in LouUville Sunday and de- - j also have a reminder of tile days, of telephoning long ago when just such trunks were cided to got married, , taken by and great- then- - intention to the bride s parents. grandmother on their rave,s. who urged them to come home and , Cut two circles from an inch board, get married. They did so and found having the diameter just 12 inches. the beautiful Clonic decorated in fit- ling stvle and a large number of friends ready to welcome them. Mr. and Mrs. Breathitt will make , i their, home in Ilopkinsville. gieat-grandfathJ Jan. Cascarets Make You 5th floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. a wartf far uc iMKHaul sertien. ICc a word pw mtk. Scattered kiMrtUjw, le par ward Insertion. p You men and women who somehow can't get feeling right who have an J. M. STEVENSON almost daily headache, coated tongue, Attorney-at-Lafoul taste and foul breath, dizziness, Winchester, Ky. can't sleep, are bilious, nervous and 60 S. Main St. npet, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. r oous mrTo Are 3'ou keeping clean inside with ' 0 Willi Tnslin Cascarets, or merely forcing a pasO.flTCW .0. sageway every few days with salts, t 1st. OuHlnl cathartic pills or castor oil? This is w YlM-Fns- Hothbi InurM far fast Hua taa' cent. Matting eha. jai aa aaaiu far haa than 15 aaaia. TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT important. while you sleep: . Cascarets work cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove tho sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the decomposed waste matter and poison in the intestines and bowels. A. Clark County National BANfc t-- h. te Accounts and of Msrchaol, Farmers Solicilsdj on PotoU. Cascaret tonight will strengthen 10-ce- nt Traders T. STROTHER SCOTT Lexington 27 Avenue. This coupon and five cents will admit any scholar attending an of the schools in Winchester at j The Lyric Theatre, AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY Bring this Coupon. FRIDAY ; 2nd. TheNew Depositor Li this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon th& we may prove .the quality of our banking service. We invite yon to call and see ns. Citizens Na.ionaf Bank Street Near Court Houia Winchester, Ky. The ane.-- t Corner Main ana South Court was made at ll:303uu- ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN day morning and Drake was taken j to the police station, where he afterTURKS AND ITALIANS ward gave .bond in the sum of $'27) ' signed by M. F. Can diet o The penally, if found guilty, is a fine of :C0. Fierce Artillery Fiic Compels AsOne week ago last Saturday. MayI saulting Forces to Fall Back To- or Cnssuly issued orders to the police to sec that the .Sunday closing wards South' and Southwest. ' law is sliictlv oheved. at the same lime addics-iu- g a letter to all the Tripoli, Jan. ' 29. The .TuikUi suloon keepers of lac city, ia which their forces Saturday , a he appealed to their sense of honor movement against small oasis about twelves miles frcni to eh,. tlioir; saloons in accordance Tripoli, which has been the scone with the pi1viioiis of the ordinance, recently of numerous eiii..r.igbments but. at the same lime warned them I between the Turks- - and Italians and thai if hey did not do this, h urgent means would be employed to enforce at the same timcnnother force of 3,000 Turks and Arabs delivered a the law. determined attack on Ainzara, some miles inland. The fieive Italian arCLUB tillery fire complied the'assaulting forces to fall , hack towards the , i ed Chii-gaiis'i- you out by morning a box from any drng store will keep your t pooS oSTi Xai osucosq sjojuasng Don't forget the children. They love Arranging Circles. entire family feeling good for months Use a pair of dividers to make exact Jo good never gripe or sicken. FOR A GOOD STOMACH circles; or, if these are not at band, use a string and pencil attached to FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! the end. Set the two circles just 25 This Offer Should Be A Warning to inches apart, and cover the entire out- side with laths nailed close together. Will pay you the Highest Cash Every Man And Woman. as suggested in the illustration. When Prices for your Furs., the circles have been entirely covThe newspapers and medical jour- ered by laths and firmly nailed at the J. W. HISEL nals recently had much to say rela- ends of these, take a small smoothing Bridge Junk Shop plane and smooth off all the edges of No. 23' North Mapie st. tive to a famous millionaire's offer the laths that may be prominent. In of a million dollars for a new stom- this way a smooth rounded surface East Tennessee Phone 215, Home can be secured. Jow saw off the top I'houe 596. ach.. by sawing through the end circles at This great was the point shown by the dotted lines, Only the purest and freshest medloo busy to worryahout the condi- letting the saw pass between the tion of ids stomach, lie, allowed his same pair of laths at each end. AVe icines on sale at the shall now have the body of the trunk dyspepsia to run from bad to worse and its cover, which is to be hinged Pharmacy the store of quality. until in t'lie end it 'became incurable. to the body by a small pair of hinges one part of each hinge being screwr His misfortune serves as a warn' ed to the top lath of the body and the ing to others. NOTICE other part to the lath next above in the cover. In fact the hinges may Every one who suffers with The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'.oe, for a few years will give will serve cows at $2.00, money due evcTythiug he owns for a new, stomat time of service. ach. B. A. OGDHN. iDyspep-dis commonly caused by an abnormal state of the, gastric Winchester Monument Works juices, or by lack of tone in the walls '. 11. Jackson, proprietor. of the stomach: The result is that c.o.d.-l-20-the stomacli loses its power to digc-- t Trunk Complete. food. We ore now able to supply certain well be screwed in place before the end circles are sawed apart. missing elements to help to re IN A trunk was cov- tanned with the tore to the gastric juices their di- - ered with leati-er- , on, making what was called a gestivc power, and to aid in making nair "hair trunk." If one wishes to Imthe stomach strong and well. itate the original as far as possible, he BAH We know that Hexall I)yspepsia could cover this little trunk with canton flannel, the rough side out. Ibis Tablets are a most dependable rem- will give quite the original effect. edy for disordered stomachs, indiCircles ot cloth are cut for the ends, j A gt d Motion PlC a trifle larger than the wood circles, gestion, and dyspepsia. and the edges carried over to the ture Production of The We want you to try them innd will Bides. The sides have the cloth Famous Temperance return your money if you are not stretched straight above the outside, the edges covering the ends. Then a Drama. more than satisfied with the result. dark strip of braid can be put about Three sazes. 2." cents, .19 cents, the edges and secured by round- uid $1.00. licmembcr, you can ob- - headed brass tacks, as shown. Two skate or book- straps of leather com tain Uexall Remedies in thw commupletc the fittings, except for the hannity only at our store The Hexall dles at the ends, which can be had at Store. Phillips Drug Store, 50 S. a hardware store, and the little decoration with round-headebrass tacks Main street. shown In front. Tho trunk can be lined with paper. ll-18-4multi-millionaiBrown-Procto-iia ia a 3t Great-grand'ther- 's Coilsctlsns Mails All Cepital and Surplus $350,000.00 gas ixtures, Winn avenue $11.50 j room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.50 3 room cottage, gas fixtures, College street $12.50 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, Broadway $12.50 4 room cottage, gas, fixtures, Broad-;wi- a .' $12.00 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor avenue $12.50 5 room cottage gas fixtures, Haggard street $12.50 7 room cottage, gas fixtures, Haggard street $15.00 1 room residence, 1ath, gas, etc., 3rain street $30.00 Office or small store room, Main street $35.00 Office, ground floo., Fairfax street, $10.00 L Several flats, all modern conveni ences; well 5 room cottage, PUBLIC SALE located; either first or second floor; price right. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES LOST At evening the dance Thursday pin with topaz setting fcind ifiligSree frame. liberal reward if returned to Mrs. J. M. Pickrell. I will sell at public sale, 1 1- -2 miles from Winchester on the llu. kerville pike, on 31; at sonal property: 2 brood 2 2 milch cows. 1 12 10 o'clock a. m., the following per- mares. mules. FOR RENT Cottage of five rooms, with .gas and cistern, on Haggard street; alo part of house corner Main and Hickman. J. C. Vaught. i fat heifer. of sheep. the crib. 2 calves.. 13 head WANTED Five or six room cottage with large yard for chickens. Call East Tenn., phone 164. l-2- Corn in FOR SALE on Farming implements and some hoifechold and kitchen furniture. The Big Run Coal, th best the market; yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. Company. struction 11-28- -tf TEN NIGHTS Also at the same time three small FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A hoUSC farms will be rented to highest bidand 10 acres In grass. J. 11 der, possession given March 1. Croxton, Home phone S13A. Terms made known on day of sale, l-8- -t ARNOLD SAMS, Admr G. W. Burch r FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrels. Home phone 813-A. -tf m Capital SlOO.OfO A Undivided Profits. $200,000 d PICTURE THE When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping your money in your home circles. POOLE & P.URLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phone 232. FOR SALE T00 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. II. Croxton, nome phone 813--tf ' YOUNG SCULPTOR SUICIDE j south and sonthwe.--t. , mm SIGNS COMMITS MANAGER Assistant Sport Times-Sta- Convinced That a Group in Piaster He ALLEGED VIOLATION G. McCann, Former Had Been Working Upon A Long Time, Would 3e A Failure. 3? Xew York, Jan. 2!). Charles Y. a young sculptor, convinced Chosen. . Arrest Made in Lexington Sunday it is believed, that a group in placer he had been working oiv for months, Morning, And Accused Man Give? Maysville, By.. Jan. 29. The would not bring the fame and for- .Bond. management of tho Maysville Kino tune he had hoped ior, lulled hunsclt Grass League team Saturday night in Bronx Park by cutting his throat Lexington, Ky., Jan. 20. The first Mgncd CI. McCann, former assistant with a razor. arrest for alleged violation of May- sport riter on the Cincinnati Time lie came to Xew York a 'year agJ1 Putting Your Foot on It. Star, as manager for' the ball club from Paris, where he won or Cassidy's orders to cloe the Tlito To xu uuo u aiuiuiuba. juuiuini several lug 1. Tl at midnight and on Sunday during the coming season. McCann medals for his work a. a student 7? is disputed In When the title to , e, comes highly recommended aiyi will cjhie Sunday morning when Hindustan, two holes are. dug in the proceed at once to get players. who owns and operates a TOM CWAN BACK. ground, and one leg of each of the MVery, few of last year's club will Tom fowan. the popular baahcr, is" lawyers of the rival claimants are at the porjier of Main and . awkward post- therein. eghan streets, was taken into cuto- - be signed as (hey are holding out for oack at Ins stand in the McEldowney buriedtho dusky In this champions falI iioQ The new manager Uuildmg and is now ready to .serve to arguing and the one who tires Patrolman Kayes on a charge more money., City played last, season with tho Norwood his old friends and customeirs where first loses his client's case. Thus, in Section 123 of the VntTi tha nz. liit mil Tq f ?t cr intoxicating Saturday League team pnd is' a yon will nlways get prompt and first la- t ,itlg?int 'di&ances, by selling Seated lawyer class service. catcher of vsome ability. uor on Sunday. have "put their loot ta'it." v " . i X r auto-Harve- Writer of Cincinnati is A Hungry Motor Car. Have you ever noticed how hungry an automobile sometimes looks when it is. trying to run you down on the street? It looks as if it would like to eat you and leave nothing except the buttons. That may have been the feeling of the motor car that got in the path of a runaway in Kalamazoo. The runaway was composed of two frightened horses and a loaded pie wagon, which may or may not have been frightened. The driver was thrown off the wagon seat, and j tl'e horses dragged the swaying pie wagon through the streets, dripping pies behind. They ran into an mobile, and the wagon suddenly stop- ped, but the pies went straight on and piastered tUemselves all over the car. The car was spotted with red cherry aPd PurPle raspberry and blue huckle- berry and brown apple and yellow lem- on pie untu ,t lQoked ke a d horse on a or in a ' Noah's ark- - REPLETE WITH Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KY. N. H. WITHERSOON. PATHOS AND COMEDY You have seen the play, President. ' W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. Insure iii STROTHER'S T now see the picture. Winchester Opera House, Thurssday, February 1, '12 Admission SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. OLD RELIABLE AJID FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AGENCY mg 10c REAL ESTATE. ' Kfflca FrttmKy Mfe, PtaM MS merry-go-roun- aj n.t and &UEmzM$HQ& Will-Ifak- sa-bJ- on raf0vim GUARANTEED SAmSFACTORr W I II HJ I ma v p I rent. Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or "xtpc THAN WET fby sales. A specialty N.00MFIELD X of Lot ( ItsUA J - - 1 ' UK TROUBLES IMF DR. M. L. DENTIST. WlNCHKSTEIt. KY. t Auditorial Bldg. - J 4,.