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THE WIN CHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1912 WEATHER Fair and Warmer. 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK DIES SUDDENLY cust Grove; Elizabeth Kincaid, Locust Grove; Kelly Osborne, 'Mooios- villc; Lafrence Robins, Franklin; DEATH OF IS. Robeiit McCormack, tForest Grove; Jessie Wiliams Ried, Locust Grove; HALL OF PNEUMONIA Author George Johnson, Forest Grove; Malcolm B. Ried, Locust Grove, and Kiltie McGce, (colored) Beloved Weman Succumbs to PneuMr. D. R. Bush, Traveling RepresenHowards Creek. monia at Advanced Age, Followtative of Louisville House, Passes JNIE Floyd Day, in this city, Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, after a three WHOLESALE weeks' illnesis of Blight's disease J and complications. Dr. Kash was 7't years of age. He MASSACR E was a popular physician and was in active practice up until Ciis illness. He was born in Wolfe county, near Fickle Populace Hang Men To Post, Hazel Green. His wifo was Miss Riddle Them With Bullets And MuEliza Canter Maxey before their mar- Away After Few Hours' Illness. ATr. D. R. Buh died at the St. George Hotel, in this city, on Tuesday morning at ! o'clock, after an illness of only a fow hours of pneumonia Mr. Bush was traveling representative of the fum of W. D. Galchell & Son, a photographic supply house of Louisville. lie was about twenty-eigyeans of age, and unmarried. He came to this city on 'Monday and complained of feeling ill. He attended 4o business, however, calling upon local photographers until a late hour in the afternoon, and promising to return on Tuesday. At about four o'clock Tuesday morning, the clerk heard groans and unmistakable sounds of suffering. Upon catering the room he found Mr. Bush in agony. Dr. Howard Lyon was summoned, .but the patient's condition was such that his life could not be saved. The body was taken to Kerr & Bean's undertaking establishment It will probafoly be shipped immediately to Louisville. DR. WILBUR R. CRAFTS HERE ing Few Days' Illness- (Mrs. Annie Hall died at her home on Winn avenue at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday momfng, after an illness of about ten days of pneumoR- I riage., Mr. Kash is survived by three daughters and one son, Mrs. W. C. May and (Mrs. H. :P. Sewell, of Jackson; Mrs- Floyd Day, of this city, and Mr. J. Frank Kash, of Jackson. He was an exemplary citizen, and the news of his death brings sorrow to many hearts. The burial will take place in this city, but arrangements have not been made for the funeral. TO LECTURE Superintendent of International form Bureau to Make Talk Re at nia. Mrs. Hall would have been 80 of age had she lived until 'May J). She was 'the widow of the late imes Hall, who died about twelve cars ago, and was one of Winches ter's loveliest women. The follow- beside: ng relatives .were at he Mrs. A. T. Hillis, of Greencastle, Ind.; Mrs. J. C. Carlyle, cf Albion. 111., and Mrs. D. !$ John.-oi- u of Cin- inuati, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wilson, of Cohurji, Mo., the. latter also being a rt..ghtcr, of Mrs. Hall ; Mrs. S. A. Montagne, of North Middletown, a sister; Charles Hall, of Greenicutle, Ind., a coiwn; J. Ed win Hall and Raymond Duncan, of SheffieM, Ala, grandsons; Capt. Todd Hall, of Pcwce Valley, and Mr. nd Mrs- - John Hall, of Mi. Sterling. Mrs. Hall had lived in this county 11 of Cier life. She moved to Win chester about twenty years ago. yeai-- I First Presbyterian Church day Night. Tues- ht Dr. Wilbur I. Crafts, Supcrm- endent of the International Reform bureau will deliver an address at the Fhst Presbyterian church Tues day evening at 7:13 o'clock. He is closing a tour of the South in which lie has spoken 54 times in 40 different cities and has received an enthusiastic welcome everywhere. He addressed the Legislature at Vankfoit Tuesday morning and comes to Winchester Tuesday night, on his way back to Washington. South Leading in National Reform. REV. J. H. MAC ILL NOT CALLED TO PARIS plication" of the force of the Dem CHILD KILLED ocratic majority. Many attempts to strike out sections of the Democr.-atifree lit were made, but amendments BY BROTHER by Mann to restrict the Democratic free list, which including typewriters, printing machinery, machine tools, Boy Points Gun And Puds Trigger. sewing machines and other articles, Same Old Story "Didn't Knew it to countries that do not discriminate against American cottonseed oil, live Was Loaded." tilate Bodies. eattle, meats and meat products, N.i)Ievil!e. Iwl., Jan. 20. Orvillc, Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jan. 29 The were defeated. i years old. son of Willis Lamb, a fickle populace of Quito, whose hut fanner, was shot and instantly killed for the blcod of its' former idols was AGED PAR ElNTS Sunday by his brother. Yirgil. aged no saitdated by the beheading of 11, while the children were playing General Montero last Thursday. with the family shotgun, during the Sunday turned its attention to the BROKEN HEARTED abenee of their parents- - Virgil remaining revolutionary leaders. didn't know the weapon was loaded, The infuraied mob, as a Sunday playfully pointed it at his little amusement, broke into the penitentiary and, dragging former President When They Pay Last Visit to Son brother, who was only a few feet ' away, and pulled the trigger. The o Elroy Alfaro and five Generals, Who Expiated His Crime at Suntop of OrvilleV head was shot off. Alfaro, Medardo Alfaro, Paez and Manuel Serrano, rise Monday Morning. from their cells, hung them to posts, N. Y., Jan. 29. In his AR K riddled them with bullets and muticell, necxt door to the death house in lated the bodies. e Fla-vi- , Os.-inin- Pastojr of First Christian Church ZOO KEEPER IS GORED TO DEATH Was Invited to Fill Pulpit There Only One Sunday. STATE COUNCILOR TO VISIT WINCHESTER Letter is Sent to Mr. Thomas Boone, Announcing Visit of High Official of Jr. 0. U. A. M. 1 The following loiter has been sent 'To Mr. Thomas Boone, announcing the visit of State Councilor Harvey Mitchell, of the Jr. 0. U. A M.: Hart, Ky., Jan. 27, 1912. Mr. Thomas Boone, Winchester," Ky. My Dear Brother: I will be in your town on the 31st of this month, on my way to Washington, D. C, will have 'to lay over for about four hours, and I want to see you. Mr?t mo rt the fprt at semi o'clock,' p. m. Don't fail me, for I want to talk to you. I am yours in V. L" & P. HARVEY MITCHELL, 6tate Coucilor, Jr. O. U. A. M. . At last there is a fighting chance leoeral siueut or "blind from comineree igeiv led witu "original packages y the liquor dealers outside tur tate. For this purpose the new Slieppard-Kenyo- n bill has been se committee appointed by by a the Interstate Conference, which met it Washington, December 13, with Governor Mann, of Virginia, in the chair, and nlMiranehes of the tem perance army gathered in unity. It is the old Webb bill with a new ctioa added. It outlaw.- - all .'iip- mcnts of liquors into any state fm unlawful use, and to deprives all hipmcnts during the whole journey af any interstate commerce protcc-ticn- . Its friends should make a vig- irous campaign to indueo, thci.and Senators net Congressmen merely to vote, but also to work for it. Since 100J the South has taken the leading part in all moral reforms o remove tlie Ti BACO SALES Loose Leaf House The Planter old about 100,000 pounds of tohac- morning ranging in o Tue-d- ay prices from $3 to $24.f0 per hundred Joe Epporson, of this county, sold i crop of tobacco of fair color at average of .17.7.") per hundred. W. C. Gaines, of this comity, sold one crop of medium color' tobacco, of fi,340 pounds, at an average of $13.25 per hundred. Several crops wt re sold that av per cragtd from .flO.C'J to .$12-7- 1 ALL APPLICANTS ' PASS EXAMINATION Improvement Over Former Years, And Evidence of General Educa tional Awakening. ap Every one of the twenty-nin- e plicants parsed the county graduate examination last Saturday, with a vcrv creditable grade. This entitle.- them to free tuition in the county Nearly all of them will licsrli school. (take advantage of this opportunity This is quite an improvement ovci , and former years in Clark count-evidence of the general is further wakening throughout educational country. the The suet :;.fiil aiwheants are: Fred Osborne, Sudduth; Manila Ly man. Sugar Bidge; Nancy Belle Ec ton, Sugar Ridge; Fannie Lee Wood ward, ML Zion: Zaoh Grace Mooresville; (McDonald." 1 - Hamilton e.OJf isajoj' 'ddtic Xujv fam.v.iootv Man.' Quisenberry, Rutledge: Grace Guv Forest Grove; Emma Hack- worth,, Sudduth: Lucille Crump, Hunt; Lucy T. Hill, Bean; Gerald Robinson. Sudduth; tPinn May Isaac Sugar Ridge; Robert Wfliite, Moores ville: Walter P. Jones, Mooresvilfc; Elizabeth Scott, Mooresville; Ivath Mar Schollsville: erine Hughes, Mooresville; Ruth. White, Belle Peer; 'MooresAille; Mary Poindexter, Lo- i iiindred. There were abort eight buyers n hands and the market was very xui mucn stronger man u, ihis several days. The next sales will be held Thurs Senator Johnstcn, of bi f'raifrres. day. Receipts are heavy and pros Alabama, leads the battle for a Suii- gcod for another big sale, dav law in Uie nation's capital. Con- - pects are with prices higher. Sim, of Tennessee, leads race gambbattlo again'st the. ling. Congressman Hobson, of Ala SECOND TERM OF bama, and Senators Clay and Bacon, of Georgia, and Tillman, of South K. W. COLLEGE Carolina, have been among the fore most temperance leaders, and so it i k fitting that the South should take Opens Tuesday V.ith a Number of in active part in carrying t th: Able New Pupils in Attendance. state's rights bill. In this new, Dr. Wilbur F. Craft Address by Rev. J. H. MaeNeill. Superintendent of the Internation The second tc:m of Kentucky Reform Bureau, one of the .three leg to Lslative.-a"entCollege opened Tuesday.. at whom the work of carrying this bill There were a nun her of new pupils several of has ibeen committed, is making a tour in attendance iif the South, and will irivo a free the comity graduates. Rev. J. H. MaeNeill delivered an lecture on this and other reform 3 .." TV l mi address in which he ple.ul ior a s...- I'lisi, T sues at Tlie mesuvierum evening at 7:1."). tcm of education which would in church Tue-da- y author of 13 laws c. clude moral training. He is the During his remarks, Mr. 'MaeNeill Corgre-s- . and of 33 books and i teacher, with Mns. Crafts, of the aid: "I have not much respect for the NO CHANCE FOR DARROW. Bible the parents who will send their chil niirUtinn Herald's million Class. He has spoken in all parts dren to the State University, where Tampa, Fla., Jan. 30. "There of the world in promotion of the hi? they will get no moral training, in- - was no chance for Darrow to es four reform, that deal with intern- - tead of sending them to We'leyan' cape." remarked District Attorney and or to the school of the Christian tv. J. D. Fredericks, of Los Angeles, Church. breaking. Sabbath i spending several weeks here, when shown dispatches.- - announcing the in MRS. SCOBEE'S CONDITION dictment of Clarence Darrow. DEATH OF DR. ''He knew when Juror Pain took his Mrs. J. W. Scobee continues crit seat that he had beenbribed and he ically ill at St. Joseph's Hospital, in knew who did it." Slie is conscious, but KASH "This is but the beginning,' "he physicians give no hopi attending laughed, when asked if he thought it for her recovery. possible that the indictment of Dar offici W. 0. W. TO MEET Popular Physician Passes Away at row in any way .involved high als of the American Federation of The Home of His Daughter, Mrs. Labor. will Tho Woodmen of the World Mr. Fredericks will return to Lo at 7:30 , FJpyd Day- moot nf tlm Comihouso Tuesday night. AU member Angeles in time to take personal o'clock rift j. m. Jackson, died charge of the prosecution of the briare invited to be present as there ir.3 daughter, Mrs." bery case. will be work in the protection atfithc home ul-l-sc n d, ( Wa.-'hingt- rn Wc.-teya- tii iiu-ludii. 1 The infcimation that Rev. J. IT. MaeNeill, pastor of tCie First ChristVictim Was 63 Years of Age, And ian 'Church had been called to a pasHad Formerly Been An Animal torate at Paris, which was contain-e- d in. The Democrat Tuesday, was a Trainer. mistake. Omaha, Neb., Jan. 20.-N- els P. Rev. Mrj MaeNeill was invited to w Andcnson, keeper of the Zoo in fill the pulpit in, Paris one Sunday, Park here, was gored to death and lin-- received no call fittin a Sunday by a. buffalo bull. Because church in that city. the water in 'the regular watering trough in the buffalo inclosare was conceived the idea fiozen, Ander.-o- n digging a hole in the ground, of where waiter for the animals could bo turned. While engaged in this work the inDistrict Attorney J. D. Frederick, of furiated animal (juickly approached Los Angeles, Says Darrow Has no itae 'epor, who ran for the nearest fence, but stumbled and fell to the Chance to Escape. reaching safety. groin I before With lowered head the enraged beast Los-- Angelas, Cal., Jan. 30. Two nnk his horns into the prostrate indictments, each containing counts maivs body. of bribery and attempted corruption, An'erson was 03 years old, and were returned Monday by the county had '.een keeper of 'the Zoo for 15 grand jury against Clarence S. Dar ear,s. previous to which time he had row, of Chicago, formcily chief been an animal trainer with one of counsel for the (MdNnmara brothers. he l.'rge circuses. The bills allege that he furnished the money out of the McNamai fund and bribed Robert Bain, HOUSE PASSES a juror, sworn to try James B. the confessed dynamiter METAL TARIFF BILL and murderer and George N. Lock-wooa venireman. Bert Franklin, a detective, who is Amendments Voted Down And Meas alleged actually to have passed the ure Wins By Vote of 210 to 109. bribe money to Bain and Lockwood, is accused of the same offenses in Ii:surgents Favor It. informations filed somo time ago in Washington. Jan. 30. Democratic the Superior Court. Franklin's trial has been set for February 27.. metal tanit revision, to maKe re Darrow had several days' notice ductions 'averaging 33 per cerjt. from of the impending accusations and on the existing steel and iron duties of iSaturday he retained Earl Rogers, the PaynerAldricIi law, passed the the fiist work of unearthing evidence House Monday, by vote of 210 to against the Times Building dynami 10!). Republican efforts to amend and ters, and who later, as a special prosecutor, had charge of the grand debate the 'bill were brought to an vlveh Tested in 'd when Democratic Leader Un iurv the filing of the first dynamite in derwood refused to permit the offer dictmcnt against James B. McNa ing of further amendments and forc mam, eai'ly last year. ed the house to vote upon its final Riv-crviei 1 e-- Sing Sing prison, Albert W. Wolter, the degenerate youth, who murdered and burned Ruth Wheeler in New York nearly 2 years ago, awaited Sunday night 'with a stolid nerve the final expiation of hi sc'rnne by death before daylight Monday. The visit of Walter's aged parents, who came up from New York during the afternoon, was affecting, but the doomed youth went through it with- out emotion. The mother collapsed in her son's arms when she met him His parents and cried bitterly. were with him for more than an hour, and after they had left Hie youth said to the guards: "Poor old 'mother, how sorry 1 feel for her, and Dad, too. I don't mind going to the electric chair, but it is terrible on them. I will be glad when it's all over." Rev. F. F. Buermeycr, who re mained with the, condemned man during the evening, said. that Wolter seemed reconciled to his fate. J A Receives Checks REWARDED For -- $100 They Each From Man to Whom Two Free Drinks. Save .Pittsburg. Penn., Jan. 29. Two (bartenders, who gave two drinks of individ- .vi,b.kcy to a seedy-lookin- g ast August, who said lie needed u.,f tiii stimulant, hut could not nav for ;tf .relccive,l each a check for $100 gn,iav, from J. H. 'Warner, of Se attle- - The recipients are Kan Gara- blc and Tucker Boyle, 514 Grant street. According to liLs letters, the sender is a son of a wealthy Seattle family. Various escapades had estranged him and 'his father and he was sent East to "make good." An allowance was. given him. He came East and, by means of his allowance and his mother's society friends, moved in the high social circles of the larger cities. ALBERT WOLTER He finally went broke in New ork and came hero on a freight PAYS PENALTY ? It was then he wandercu into the saloon where Boyle and Gamble aided him. Warner wrote his Samaritans that Goes to Electric Chair, Siill Denying he has become reconciled witii his His Guilt. Declares He is inno- parents, and, as a fruit rancher, is becoming wealthy in his own right. cent Man. Ossining, N. Y., Jan. 150. Albert TOO LATE TO CLASSfY Monday Wolter was electrocuted morning before daylight in Siug Sing I. prison. ' THE LYRIC with the murder He was 'charged Wig Wag. (Vitagtaph.) of Ruth Wheeler, a young girl. . Why the Sheriff is a Bachelor. Warden Kennedy Wilter left with a statement denying that he had (Selig.) Showing special committed the crime. Pathe Weekly. without featiuc events, the country over and also The esecution was and Wolter was declared dead after showing the ten- - latest styles of suits. one contact. ladies tailor-mad- e entirely will give night The murderer spent his last Mr. Moore the time, new lecture against Mormonism. quietly, resting only part of At 2 o'clock Monday morning Wol- Mr. Watson will siirg. "Juat For a killing. Girl.' tcr wrote his denial of the The statements says: Don't forget the great Duibar pic- "I am innocent of the crime I was ture. Wednesday afternoon and convicted of. I have been a victim night. of circumstantial edivonee. I hope bat there may come a time when pQp RENT A G room cottage on the conscience of the perpetrator College street; gas, water, bath, w:il overpower him and he will come electric light and a garden; will trt he front and acknowledge lt rent at a bargain if rented at ' once. Apply to Airs. Bettie Anto God "It is my honest prayer derson. Home phom? 320. that he may bring the person guilty upright of the crime to justice, that my name pQR SALE A second-han- d on easy may be cleared of this stain and that piano; cheap for cash or the people may ee the injustice done cash payments. Apply to Miss me and that they killed an innocent Pearl Rutledge. boy." FOR SALE cr RENT Two-stor- y JUDGE HARDWICK IS residence on East Hickman street, CANDIDATE. now occupied by Airs. Pharis. In first clas condition. Apply to W. w John IL Hard wick, present County H. Garner. Adm'r. Judge of Powell county, is a candidate for delegate to the Chicago conDcmtvm DWwner. vention from this, the Tenth District. Whosoever has a thing with which Judge Hardwick is a prominent to discharge a debt, asd refOMth do it. It la right to dtahoaor aa young Republican, and a loyal 3up- - Isn him. Mohasimea. a-- passage. Republicans Twenty Insurgent voted for: wfliile the Democratic del- i n r Ii egation ircm uoicraao. Jiarun, Rucker and Kyler, dissatisfied with the reduction proposed in the lead Ktarriff. voting again?t the majority. The Republicans who supported the bill, all Insurgents were: Da(vis and Lindbergh, iMinnesota: ITawgen, Hubbard and Woods. Iowa; IleTgenseu, North Dakota; Jackson, Murdock and Young; Kansas: Ken and Stephens, California: Kinkaid, . 1 iii5iiDraisfr' J. Norris and Sloan. Nebraska; Laffer-fOregon: LaFollctto and Wwrbur-toWashington, Lenroot, Morse and y. n. liof Nelson, Wisconsin. The regular Republicans protested to the last against the application Mr. of rules closing the debate. Underwood was charged by Republican Leader 'Mtinn with 'ruthless ap- - porter of President Taft. a .V- J rJk .. ' . 1 -t w3T agffTJVf PMC TWt.-- ., , t J. . THE WmCHESTEK rfEWS. "TWO HIRED MEN. We have in mind two hired men who In a way are fairly representative of two types to be found in most every Two Chandlers Who Perfectly neighborhood in the country. ,Some fnpta nhnnf. thnm htmI fha tphp thov tin Supplemented Each Other. J their work nay be instructive. One 'gets $37.50 per month and board and Is known as the best hired man in the Zacharlah of Michigan by His Per township. He can not only load a manure spreader and curry horses sonal Force and William E. of when it is necessary, but he has an New Hampshire by Adroitness intelligent idea of the planning aud exMade Hayes President. ecution of the farm work and operations. In the spring he talks matters By E. J. EDWARDS. over with his employer as to the genOne evening in the midsummer of eral plans for the season, and this is 1881, after a day in which the wounded about all the directions he gets. . Quite President Garfield 'had been so free naturally he is steady, absolutely refrom suffering that his physicians were liable as well as honest. More than strongly of the hope that the crisis this, he makes his employer's interest had been reached and passed and that and welfare his own. Carrying out the president was on the road to re- - this Idea, he sees that the stock is covery, the secretary of state, James carefully haridled, that the machinery G. Blaine, chatted with two or three is kept in good repair and put under of his fellow members of the cabinet cover when he is through using it as they stood upon the porch of the All in all he's a gem" and, notwithWhite House refreshing themselves standing the wages he receives, is in the cool of the evening. t cheap at It bad been noticed earlier in Gar- gets $22.50thejirice. The' otheranman exand board, and he's field's illness that whenever the news from the .sickroom was favorable pensive proposition, at that figure. In Blaine responded to these reports, he charity to him It may be said that his being more quickly affected either heredity and environment were not the with despondency or hope than any best. However, he has done nothing other member of the cabinet. That whatever to pick up and improve. His was a characteristic or fundamental employer has to give him directions at evpry feature of Blaine's temperament at the beginning of mostmighty half day's few days time, as always. And sometimes worfe and there are that when he was hopeful he became remi iyhen ne does not get balled up in the niscent, and that was the case upon scenery in one way or another. lie' Is careless and rough with the horses the evening of which I now write. "I have always thought," began Mr. and machinery, is mighty careful not Blaine, without first explaining what to '.work overtime and shows practically no Interest in his work or the had awakened bis train of thought "I have welfare of his employer. He pounds another Blaine characteristic always .thought that no other two men and cusses the cows on occasion and of the. United States that I have known is worse than a drought and flies as a of personally or through history could milk shrinkcr. For this reason the emhave organized so swiftly and so tri- ployer dotfs" most of the milking. he gets jagged up on trips umphantly for their party a great elec tion contest as did the two Chandlers to town aud is worse than nothing for of the Republican national committee a day following these functions. He that directed the party's presidential kicks on the wages paid him and doesn't seem to understand why he is campaign of 1876. "Zacharlah Chandler, chairman of not worth $10 a month more than he the committee, was a man of great is getting. But nearby fanners have physical and mental force. From the him spotted nnd would not hire him iime he became prominent in national except in direct extremity. The truth politics as a senator from Michigan, in is, he's a punk proposition and a blot 1857. until his sudden death in Chi an the agricultural landscape. Rcad-sr- s may think these two hired men cago, in 1S79, he did things in politics in sledgehammer fashion. I rem em are extremes. They are, but in every ber well the radical manner in which farming community are hired men he opposed the extension of slavery; who approach tho one type or the of his strenuous advocacy of a vigor Dther. There are never enough of the ous prosecution of the Civil war by arst class to supply the demand, while the Union; and all of you must surely he cheap kind seldom stay four recall the virulent attack he made on months with one man and are a drug Jefferson Davis just a short time be an the market. The boy who plans to fore his death. He was a man who hire out in later years would do well never tired. His physical strength was to read this hired man story twice. equal to his mental vigor. His dis position was to overwhelm by some THE MARKETING OF PRODUCE. thing like brute force. It's too bad it is so, but producing "That was the head of the committee. Orl the other hand, William E. 1 crop is only a little more than half Chandler, also a native of New Hamp- of the job. The other important part shire, and, I'have been given to under is getting rid of it at a price-- that wilt stand, a distant relative of Zacharlah, pay expenses and give a margin of has been a master of finesso ever profit. Many a grower gives his crop vegetables or fruits every attention since I knew anything about him. He is one of the most adroit manipulators, it requires, only to be caught in the one of the most skilful artisans upon windup and skinned because of an political wires, wnom 1 have ever ignorance of market conditions. The known. He is slight of physique. His writer has found it advisable sonie mental power is acute, shrewd, subtle. three weeks before the time to market He is, in short, the direct antithesis of 1 given crop to write to several nearby what Zachariah Chandler was, and be- market centers and get quotations cause he was, and because each man from commission men for one's stuff. understood the other and respected The replies will indicate the hungry the other's peculiar powers and both market and where it is likely the best were in full accord, there-wa- s perfect prices can be obtained. It is far betequipment, mental and physical, for ter for the novice who Is not on to the the direction of the Republican na- ricks of the commission men to sell '. o. b. shipping station rather than to tional committee in 1876. "That was made plain on the night ship on consignment. The latter plan of the election. It was after midnight, 's followed very satisfactorily by when the election of Tilden was being 5ome, but it should be adopted only generally conceded, that the managing by those who have had experience editor of the New York Times told with market methods and who know William Chandler that if the three beyond question that the firms to doubtful states of Florida, Louisiana. which they consign produce are re- -' and South Carolina had gone Repub- liable. lican then Hayes was elected by one vote. Chandler instantly grasped the THE OLD AND THE NEW. proposition and its possibilities with An interesting contest was pulled off intuitive vigor and shrewdness, he as near Dekalb, III., early last month. instantly worked but the details of the The gathering was in the nature of plans to insure those three doubtful an old settlers' meeting, a leading fea states to the Republicans; while Zach- ture of which was the use of old time ariah Chandler, the chairman, with his tools in the harvesting of grain as massive, overwhelming personal force, compared with the modern reaper. put those plans into instant execution. Men of ninety years and over who And the Republican returning boards swung cradles in their earlier years of those three southern states, recog- were there and cradled grain with nizing the' strength of the support that them. Xext a self rake reaper was they would have in the national com called into service, operated by gray- mittee, at once claimed everything for beards who used them years ago; then tllelr Party. a Marsh harvester, driven by the in "I do not know of any other two ventor himself, made a round or two. men who could or would have acted and, last, a modern reaper, with no one so promptly and worked together so near It but the man driving the horses. perfectly in so momentous a matter; concluded tho interesting contest. I do not know of any other two per- Those who were privileged to witness sons who would have so supplemented these doings had placed before their each other's peculiar ability for such eyes the march of seventy-liv- e years work. And so I think it can safely be of progress In agricultural methods. said that but for the two Chandlers, It was a day they will remember. chairman and secretary of the Republican national committee, Tilden, in all DIVORCED AT SIXTY. probability, would have been declared It Is well nigh beyond comprehen elected and that declaration would have been accepted without the slight- sion on any rational basis bow two people who bave lived together thirty est cavil." (Copyright, 1911. by K. J. Edwards. All or forty years reared children, shared joy and sorrow, stood together in ad Rights Reserved.) versity . and prosperity can bring That Ended U. themselves to the point of severing Because he was too soft hearted to their marital bonds in a divorce court. landlady to Life may have had little for such a ask his poverty-strickebuy newsrugs for his room, tho altru- pair that was whofesome and brixht. istic young man bought several small but separation would seem to offer i rugs and spread them over the Boor, less. At such an age it is too late to immediately after the next sweeping start life over again. Far better is it day she presented a bill for the week's to arbitrate differences, which are in Items,, room rent, ninety-nin- e expenditures. Cases out of a bundrcl breakfasts, laundry and beating rugs, traceable to selfishness, make the best 25 cents. of what may in a sense have been a "Hello," said the altruistic young bad bargain and finish tbe Jcurnev to man, "what does this mean?" gether. . "Just what It says," she returned. floor-wit- h "If folks must corer their extr&mgs they'll have to pay, for,beat-ing- . 'em, that's all. I can't afford to ao It for' nothing." , And from that moment altrulsm-los- t x a disciple.! NEW nr wa 9 aloud to the silent btfatman: "Iiet me goj too." KILLED But he answered her in low tones, South Main Street, made More sorrowful by the muffled Mce, IN-l- ll ioar of the wares "Yo have heard Wiflckesttr, KmtHcky. ill that it has been spoken: 'The one ha!i be tiaken and the other left.' " Dally, Except Sunday. Thus ended the noWe life of WilPoliceman Stabbed, in The Back, But matter, liam "Eatered as second-clas- s McKinley. "It is God's way; 28, 1908, at the postoffice His JTveber Not Seriously. will, not ours, Ibe done"' Great Excitement lav Winchester, Kentucky, under the Prevailed. let of March 3, 1879." Monday, January 29, was the biiith anniversary of our martyred Lawrence, 3Inss., Jan. 30. The Both Phones 91. Prosidimt, William McKinley. .The worst rioting in the fortnight of the line 5 above were wiitten years fljro, Lawrence textile strike involving SUBSCRIPTION RATES: and were called again to mind, at 'Monday 20,000 persons occurred sight of a p!nk carnation, ''McKin-ley'- s By Mail. when street cars were held up and favorite flower. Daily, one year $3.00 stoned by mobs which refused to let Months 1.50 Six operatives go into the mills. SINGLE TAX IN CANADA. One Month .25 One woman was killed by a stray Payable in Advance. Edmonton has been experimenting builet, a patrolman was stabbed in along single tax lines for some time the back, but not seriotisly; a militia MVUTISIM HATES: past, and apparently to its entire captain was badly cut by a brick and several others hurt by stones, as well Lake Victoria, Vansatisfaction. militia. axy 9&um. ........ .f .15 couver and other western 'Canadian as by the clubs of police, and twelve admOiioMvnk.. .50 cities, however, the system hns been Governor Fcss orderedinfantrymen ditional companies of LOO somewhat handicapped by the proOm waak, eettthneasly vincial laws. TJie single taxens have and a cavalry troop to proceed at -, eoatdaaoaily- - 3.00 9m aalandir stot'.:3 few weeks, 4 timet a waak.... 2.V) had to make some sacrifices in many once to Lawrence to reinfoice week, three tima m waek. 1.80 instances in order to prove the worth nine companies already there. All midVw weeks, two timea a. week. . 1.20 of the principle they advocate- But the troops arrived shortly after in Alberta now there is a strong night Wiliai Wetlcw Par Una: No Parades Are Allowed Legisom tiac a week. . . .75 movement toward bringing itho There were no parades or mass point of making lature around to the notices, bod type. meeting such as have marked other 'raadrajr. nns headinjt. . . 15( the single tux system general rather achieved by evenings of the strike. This was Tkree eoatuiaous insertions of samr than local. The success due largely to an ultimatum issued n rate. the municipality of Edmonton has Jtaaat double th HIE WINCHESTER HEWS iliii NEWS OF YESTERDAY We have had seventy of experience with Avers Cherry Pectoral. That makes its hive great confidence in it for coughs, colds, broiic"- 'l weak throats, and weak lungs. Ask your owndoctorwhatexpfcxiencehehasludwithit. Heknows. He can J. nrCtrerObk. advise you wisely. Keep in close touch with him. -i i. jg 1 Ask years Doctor 4 e 1 MT. ABBOTT -; llciy member and t. brinj; is urged to be present, orae new man with him. -- The Wc-Ie-y Adult Hilile In-of All bsy.-- . and men aie invitcdT C2ra-Mt. Abbott church wiil meet :ut the and have a good time. church Friday evening. Tebiu:uy"'J. 1!)12, for a g'.od fecial time togethHi. Robert Shea has accepted a a.-- pharmacist er, and to get acquainted with e:i(vi for the li. other. Refreshments will be Drrg Store. po-itiG-- , "- hn - Don't "buy a Car until you have investigated the Buick line. We have J cars ranging in price from $So0 to S180U, nothing- quite as good at the price, ask anyone who owns one. We carry, n stock a full line oi Tires and Tubes and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us a trial. - .7r WINCHESTER GARAGE E. T 2-4- ly Home Phone 21 L KING Proprietor. East Tnn. one-tu- ClissHM Par Were: iMcrtioc, any edition le Om 3kree insertioM continuously .. 2 Eeek three additional insertions. e Om eateaaar bo., eontinnously. .10o tfetUag eosnted less than 10 words. He iteat eharjrd oa bookt for SMatkaaX ft. fHIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FCI.L.C ADVERTISING BY THE IBQit Of GUN ERA L. OFFICES ct, 1 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN A LI. TriR PRINCIPAL CITIES j r. WILLIAM HcKlNLEY. Sometime, somewhere, there came into this world a princely boy, who.-- e future seemed fair and prospeious. 'ja&d whose sad fate raj unfore-iol- d. SEC !H:I s: in ki Urn in . C 81 'J -- Vi!. C J V I -- . irv Journeying onward through this everchanging Veil of Tears, the child became a youth, and tire was cloudless and the birds sanjr.. And then there came a maiden fair, "who placed her frail life in h: .keeping, and the youth loved her as Ihds soul. He became a man, a soldier and a hero, upheld by her kindly words of courage and wisdom. In the balmy springtime, when the world was at its best, a little girl "with hair came forth from Heaven to ble.--s them, and was welcomed wuth quiet thankfulness. Carefully and tenderly they chcrih-e- d her, but toward evening, when the shadows were gathering, they missed the little one, and as the darkness closed round them they moved onward with bowed heads, too hopeless for further frcanch' In their Strong manhood and womanhood,, another babe was born, but while it was so young as to never yet have spoken a word, it stretched ont its tiny form, and died. The" hair of 4he man had now grown gray, the lips more firmly set, and yet the bright eyes beam with sun-kiss- htid much to do with this. The Axing of tuxes, the concentration of taxation, on land alone has worked out so well that thousands of new conveils have been won over to the Henry George theory recently. Edmonton, as a Toronto publication recently put it, does actually penalize the lhnd speculator. Concrete illustrations of tho workings of the system have recently been presented. A fine business structure known as the "McLean block" in that ciiy is assessed at $30,800, the value of the land on which it stands. On a corner opposite is a small frame building. This is also A handsome assessed at $3G,800. $30,000 residence with grounds assessed it only $5,000. A lot on a main street with a modern three-stor- y building is assessed at $49.-00a vacant lot adjoining is asIn each insessed for $49,060. stance the basis of assessment is the land value, not the improvements. Under this system improvements aie encouraged, not taxed. Those who have land sell or improve it; it docs not pay to hold H until improvements on adjoining or surrounding property enhance its value. Land speculation, as a speculation, under the single tax law ceases to be lucrative. Accompanying these concrete illustrations of the operation of the land tax svs4em in Edmonton there sihould by rights be concrete evidence And of their successful outcome. there is The tax rate in Edmonton for 1911 was 13.7 mills Christian. Science Monitor. i0: by Colonel E. Lcroy Sweetster, commander of the military forces in the city. lie annouced thatjic would allow no more parading and erings of strikers, and that any person participating in such nvdemon-stra4io- n wduld be arrested; and no more gath- PUBLIC SALE OF LAND! On Monday, February 5, 1912, treated as a rioter. With the additional militia Colonel Sweetster believes ho will be able to The milenforce tho ultimatum. itary lines will be extended to all parts of the-- town. The troops ar.d the police are working in conjunction Watch to Prevent Attack Rumors that the strikers might attempt to reach the mill district by crossing tho ice under cover of darkness readied the military headquarters latq in the night and as a extra guard was placed on duty and everything made ready to an Bourbon County Conrt Day, I will offer at public sale at the Court house door in Paris, Ky., Mrs. L. H. Priwitt's farm of 243 acres lying near Cane Ridge, Bourban county, Keatii.:ky. This farm is mostly in grass, has on it a large colonial .dwelling tobacco bam, a large stock barn, a tenant house and all house.'a necessary outbuildings, all in good repair, is well fenced, and all the boundaries are well supplied with water. The best care has been taken of this land for the past fifteen years. The farm is in an excellent neighborhood, convenient to school and church, anil is on a rural mail route. d cash in The sale will be made on the following terms : d in two in one year, and hand on making of deed, years from that time, with interest at six per cent per annum, lien to be reserved to secure the purchase money, but if the purchaser should want to pay more cash, he may pay as much as he likes when the deed is made. The sale will be made at 1 o'clock, p. in. Any one desiring further information or to look over the farm may apply on the farm, or to the undersigned at Winchester, Ky., by mail or tehjphone, or in person, or to Harris & Speakes at Paris, Ky. ( Possession will be given on March 1, 1912. ten-acre One-thir- one-thir- one-thi- rd J I I derepel such an attack velop. Late in the night the" State police who investigated the finding of dyna-mitedifferent sections of the city and decided that the explosive was "planted" caused a sensation by arresting School Commissioner John Wr. Breen, a son of former Mayer John Breen, and one of the most of Lawrence. citizens promieut Breen was formally charged with "conspiracy to mar, deface and dein DAVID PREYVITT GEO. D. SPEAKES, Auctioneer. stroy" property. FAMILY x a HI DRESSING Benefits The Hair of And Children. Men, Women "SPRUCIN' UP." The' Mt" Sterling Sentinel-Dcmo-citcertainly shows a decided "sprucin' up" in its last issue. The sidvci&cments have been taken from the first page and put where they 3clong aud in place of patent medicine ads. good live locals have been substitutied. Good work, Brother Tumor, keep it up. at rare intelligence. The woman's Utr, ft. ' fragile form is weaker still, and she SHY OLD FOX. clings more closely to Jier protector. Jfow the clamorings of the Nation A local coal yard receives the for a leader were beard,. :md it daily weather predictions from t lie chose Iflie man for its King, and the bureau at Lexington. If the forf-td woman was called the ' says cold, up ocs" the bulletin Lady of the Land, and because his j in a conspicuous place; but if it devotion to his "Little ticen," the ' prophesies warm weather the poor, LOOK! SEE! loved him. little bulletin is doomed to innocuous You- - can. get one dozen of those Faithfully he served this country, desuetude. fine photos at Earp Studio at j and manfully he bora its burdens greatly reduced prices the remainder but les journey through lifye was' HYGIENIC of this month., ' suddenly ended, and one morning, virile the mists were yet gray, there TOILET REQUISITES. FURS! FURS!! CURS'!! sounded- the dip of measured oars "o'er the darkened Waters, and he I will demonstrate the Will pay yon the Hfgsest Cash entered the fraiWrarque fearlessly, Hygienic Toilet Requisites Prices for yonr Pars. though Iris true heart yearned for at the Winchester Cloak and Suit J. W. fflSEL Her. Company's store. Ladies invited to " Bridge Junk Shop. .As the sjoman watched the craft call. No. 23 North Maple st. ftoai.oi&waTd kity the larkniess, and Best class of goods on the market East Tennessee Phone 215, Home the shadows of Death were . slowly A trial is solicited! PlfOHO 599? gathering 'round tho motionless MISS MARY WIIITE, form of hisn she so lovwl, ho oricj Local st BWet-facewhole-world ' Get a bottle of delightful, refreshing PARISIAN SAGE madam, and have everybody in the house use it regularly. It's fine for children as well as grown ups and Phillips Drug Store guarantees PARISIAN SAGE tn ArU-- hyp.iv ilnnrlrnff strm fiilHn hair or itching scalp, or money back. Large bottle 50 cents. "I think PARISIAN SAGE is good as a'hair grower. It is good to rid the hair of dandruff and stop the lfair from falling out. It is a beau-tifias well as a scalp cleaner. I intend to keep it in the house, I know-i-t helped my head." Hannah Hark-nes- s, Marshalltown, Iowa. n er 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 Ry having the service of the !s easy to travel all over the State and other States. If you haven't our service you should have. Call onr manager for full information. i. ) EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED) - n FRANCO-AMERICA- N - TheNew Depositor In this bask may be assnred of receiving direct personal and prompt service. All we aik is an opportunity to serve yon th&f. we may the quality of onr banking service. We invite yom to call and mt mttJi-tio- 5 n France-America- n arsrs -,-.- . J. r- -. Citizens , Center Mala and National Bank Naar Caart Winchester, Ky. if i w -- South Court Street. v. xt 1 r. - Vf- - rfe - H INCHEsVeN NEWSV 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 for that purpose.' All are guaranteed to do the work as represented. JEWELER BANKRUPT SAfcE mm Stock of Merchandise WATTERSi CH.BOWEN O OPTICIAN In the District Court of the TJnited States for the Eastern District of Kentucky. 1 1a- - J IS (TIETY i J i IN BANKRUPTCY t In the matter of ROSA FRANK Bankrupt Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a judgment and order of sale entered by the Hon. A. R. Burnam, Jr., Referee in Bankruptcy, the undersigned will, as Trustee in the above styled cause, and at the store bouse of the Bankrupt in Winchester, Clark county, Kentucky, and at about the hour of 11 o'clock, a. m., on Thursday, the 1st day of February, A. D., 1912, proceed to offer at public auction and as a whole and to the highest bidder and for cash, the stock of merchandise of the bankrupt. Said stock consists of clothing, boots, shoes, notions and gents' furnishing goods. Said stock will its appraised value and the be required to bring at least three-fourtAnyone desiring to Trustee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. examine the stock may call on the Trustee and he will be pleased to show same. hs 9 tending the Xonnal Seliool ait Ifk'h-)hi- o mond, .4peujt Saturday and Sunday lier mother, Mrs. Joel Hart, at .Mr. John H. WiUcti. of Sirears, L. & E. Junction. yy., is tlie guest of relatives here. Mr. Lloyd Todd went to see 3ii Mr. tind Mrs Jacob Gentrv are in iVinipa, Florida, for the rest of the mother. Mrs. Nannie Me Kinney, near Winchester, the last of the week. vinter. Miy. llufus Lisle was hostess to Mrs. McKiiEiey has been very sick of the grip. Clay City Times. lie Fve Ilundied Club. Thursday Miss Kaiherinc Nelson is Mrs. Kennedy Helm at -- misvilleV Mirts Doeia Freeman, who has leen in Fayette county for some time, is at home. Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Cniteher the former's mother at Xieliolas-'vill- e las.i week. Attorney 'Pendleton, of Winchester, was heie Tife.-da- y ns one of the attorneys in the injunction suit of the Pendleton Counly lioaid of Control. Tii county was named after Mr. iPendleKui'.s grandfather. Falmouth Outlook. " hiss "een Mr Choiles 1$. Xel-'trnuiiued to his homo for the jMst two day.-- , as tire re.-u- lt of a slighi operation of i.!ie aio'e, known in as palypoid defeneration of the turbinate bone. The many friends of Mr.' Nelson will be glad to blow tfiat he is improving and will be out in a few days. Miss Margaret Moiton, who is cit- vi-itni Mrs. John Hollnway lias gone to to vi-- it relatives. to their lack of means. Yoa can get married for not quite $2 in ngland at a registrars office. You ca-- get married for notJihig at some of tho churches, but you caimot get unmarried without an expenditure a tho vo:y tawft minimum costs 9190, Adds That He "Had Engaged whereas if the action is L opposed it is chi-a- p at $200 or $300". Conclusively to Show That Gov: The law of England nt present, in Wilson Had Lied." contrast to that of almost. every eonntry, refuse to release an 30. Colonel innocent wife from Jan. a unfaithful Henry Watterson in a statement L unless the latter should add. assued Monday night intended to bring sault and Iiattery to unfaithfulness.. a ''distasteful episode" to an end so He must Iw guilty of cruelty, otherfar as he was concerned, declared wise he can sin with impunity, that the issue between him and Gov- - whereas a single act of inconemor Wilson was solely as to which stancy on the part of his wife enone had "lied." Colonel Watterson ables him to bring her before the said he "had engaged conclusively judgment senate and, annul the V show that Governor WiUon 'had v lied," and charged that the Xew Jersey executive "dared not face the Iii SAYS eiv-liiz- ed Was-hington- , husband mar-riag- e. : piisses Eunice Ihwwer, and Mary Leonard of Lexington, and Miss Emily of Atlanta, Ga., were guests of Miss Anna Coleman VanMclcr,' for tio dance Thursday . night. Mjsses Elizabeth Madigan and Mary Donahue, of this city, wfr visitors at the Knights of Columbus German, given at the Capital last Lieutenant Commander Colonel Wntier.-o-u declined to at a luncheon once toasted a noted, admiral. "He is a good man,' be saM; make public any proofs in his pos"too good a man. I sometimes tblik. session. He denied tint Ryan had (or this rough, wicked world ot our. ever been approached for campaign He Is an idealist and an optimist. contribution for Governor WiUon and he Is such an incurable Idealist optimist that If you should sead and the latter had "expressed the him on a wild goose chase he'd apeak fear"' that if tJie knowledge of a of himself forever afterward as a Ms game hunter." contribution from Mr. Ryan .get aibroad it might do more harm than good. ' RAILROAD TIME MILES SymlngtOB fucts." An Incurable. i Witness my hand this January 20, A. ) DM 1912. MARRIAG E LAWS AND LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY Friday Mrs. Mark A. jjunovsm returned from Dayton, Ky., Monday evening, where she was called by the scicous iillne.--s of her brother-iu-laMr. X Lewis R. Hampton, Trustee of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt. Ill' tlie CUSTOMS WESTTOUNT Lv. Quicksand, No. 1 1 No, 3 Daily Daily a.m.) p. m. Yigi. Mr. 'and Mus. W. A. Sninthcr.s and two chililren. of Mi'. .Sterling, visited James M. Moore, on East Broadway the past week. Miss Lelitia Warren, of Danville, is viisiting her sis Mrs. Lucicu Hcekner. She will have anothei class in dancing in April. Mrs- - Geo. M. Hart and daughter. Miss Mary Elkin Hart, visited the former's lister, Mrs. J. A. Giiggs. The new marriage law of Ohio compels the bride to bo present before the Clerk ean issue a license. Ky. 5 5.-05-11 145 B Jackson, Ky. .. U. & K. Junction Athol, Ky Beattyville Juct . Torrent, Ky. . .. Campton, Juct., Clay City, Ky. . L. & E. Junction Winchester, Ky. Lexington, Ky. EASTBODND 0 j 1:57 .his week, n't Xicholasvillc. n The friends of Mr. Jesse 'icre will be glad to kirmv Chat she is FROM THE STOMACH recovering from Patrick J. Kcarns severe illness at her home in I5radentowii, Florida. The fi:uc::il services of Mr. Pat.Mr. A. B. Haggard has accepted a rick J. Kcarns, who was killed by a Dyspepsia, Gas, Indigestion And position with Grubbs & I'ciitrn. Jrain Jiiea.r Morchead fcit Friday. Heartburn Go And You Fell Fine where lie will be glad to sec his held" Xel-o11 State of Washington friends. r Mi.s Amelia VanMeler was in Lexington last week and attended Grand Opera. Charley Hose, of Clark county, was shaking hands with friends here Wednesday. Ilnzel Green Herald. Mrs. Edward Clark. of Lexington, is the guest of Mrs. Carrie Bnekner. for k few days. Mr. J. C. Guy, of tffie firm of Haggard and Guy, has sold his interest in the Racked Store at Somerset, and bought ani interest in a 'dry goods store at the same place. Flournoy Jouett, who has been i home for the past three weeks with t'.ic SPRING APPROACHES On Tuesday, January 30, whiih was announced would ba Tuc.-da- y morning, bave been postponed one day, owing to iliis soii being delayed, one day in arriving from his home in Tucson, Arizona. The services will be held at 0 o'clock Wednesday morning at St. Peter's Lexington. Rev. Catholic church, Father William T. Punch officiating. Burial wil take place at Pari'sl The pallbearers will be Messrs' John Conway, John Xunaii, Thomas Xu-lraMat Madigan, all of Winchester, Sullivan, Joflin and Bartholomew Ilincs and John M. Kelley, of n. In Fivq Minutes TOM COWAN BACK At 9:00 O'clock, a. m., we will offer our Entire Line of an injured band, has returned watili t Coats, Suits, Skirts; Etc., At A Sacrifice. We must have space for our Spring Merchandise, which is fast coming in. 4he lumber firm of Mowbray & HobiiHon, at Quicksand, Ky. 'Mrs. Charles Latigston has returned to her home in Charleston, W. Va., after a week's vi.-- it to lier sis' ter, Mrs. Frank Ramsey. Daugheriy, 'May Little Miss daughter of Mrs. 0. C. Daugherty, recovering from a serious illness. FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM- Tom Cowan, the popular baa her,' is jack at his stand in the MeEIdowney Building and is now ready to serve his old friends and customers where you will always get prompt and firi't class service. 111., Charles Duham, Lovmgton, has succeeded in finding a positive cure for bed wetting- - "My little boy wet the bed every night clear thro' on the floor. I tried several kinds of. kidney medicine and I was in the drug store looking for something different to help him when I heard of Foley's Kidnev Pills. After ho had taken them two days we could see a ehange and when he had taken of a bottel he was cured. That is about six weeks ago and he has not wet in bed .since.' For Sale by All Druggists. tivo-thir- Every family here ought to keep some Uiapesin in the house, as any one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach tnXible at any time, day or night. This harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and overcome a distressed, stomach five minutes afterwards. If your meals don't tempt you, or what liltle you do eat seems to fill you, or Jays like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a. sign of Indigestion. Ask your Pharmacist for a case o Pape's Diapepsin, and take a little just as soon as you can. There will be no-- " sour rising, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea. Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go, and besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to posion your breath with nauseous odors. out-of-or50-ce- nt POUND "CURES IN EVERY CASE" YOU PROFIT THE I PLACE TIE, 9:00. k M THE Mr. Jas. McCafTery, Mgr. of the Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Nel)., recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, because it cures in every ease. 'I have used it myself and I have recommended it to many others tvlio have since ttold me of its great curattive power in diseases of the throat and lungs." Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a reliable FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! family medicine. Give it to your Will pay yon the BGgnest Cash Stomach trouble- children, and take it yourself when Prices for your Furs. Change. you feel a cold coming on. It check? J. W. IHSEL She (pouting) Before we were mar-rie- d t and cnes coughs, colds and croup you often used to catch m Bridge Junk Shop. in and prevents bronchitis and pneumoNo. 23 North Maple st. your arms. He Yes; and rlow 1 catch you In my pockets. Boston nia. Re fuse substitutes. East Tennessee Phon 215, Home 'For Sale by Ail Druggists. ll-l-4.Phpne596. Papp's Diapepsin is a 'certain cure stomachs, because it prevents fermentation and takes hold of your food and- digests it just the same as if your stomach wasn't there Relief in five minutes from all stomach misery is at your drug store ' waiting for you. These large 50cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin contain more than sufficient to cure any ease of; Dyspepsia, Indigestion or any other for,out-of-order more sltiiugeut law prevails. male and female must undergo an examination, and it is decided whether or not they are zneutu"y and physically fit fo'r the marriage relation. In Austria a "man" and a. "wo-- " . j man'' arc consideied to be capable of conducting a home of their own from the ago of fourteen a fact which accounts in no small degree for the spirit of "child fatherhood of the man'" so prevalent in Austria. In Germany tho man must be eighteen years of age, but the age of tho bride-eleis left to popular discretion" .In France the man mut be eighteen and the woman fifteen, while hi Belgium tho same standard prevails. In Spain the intending husband miust have passed his fourteenth year and the wloman her twelfth. These figures', in connection with the admitted poverty of Spain, socially ccnKidered, are full of the deepest meaning. In Hungary, for Roman Catholics, vhe 'man must be forteen years' old and the woman 'twelve; for Protestants the man must be eighteen and the woman fifteen. Tn Greece the man must have seen at, least fourteen summers and the woman twelve. In Portugal a boy of fourteen is considered marriageable and a woman of twelve. In Russia and Saxony they arc a little moro sensible, for in both countries a youth must refrain from matrimonv till he can count eighteen years, and the woman till she can ct -- a Both 4:52 1030 4:25 jOH)4 4:04 944 6:43 r 3:3 ' 9 71 8:05 8:50 4:37 4:50 45 Vr. 5:35 No. 2 Ittd.4 Daily! DaUj p.m. aViiu Lv. Lexington, Ky . . 1351 Winchester, Ky. 2:17 L. & E. Junction 235 ,jd8 Clay City, Ky. . 3:05 Campton Jnot. 3:47! Torrent, Ky. . . I 6251 302 Beattyville Juct. Ky 6.-0-3 24L Athol, Ky.. .. 9 O. & K. Junction 11047 525111: Jackson, Ky. . . Ar. Quicksand, Ky. .."J 11J5 i& 33 89 1 CONNECTION: , LEXINGTON Train No. 1 wUli connection at Lexington with tbel. & N. for Louisville, Ky. No. a'jjHll make connection with tho L. &rN.'atj Lexington for Cincinnati. Ohio.' CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Km. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will make eonneetiea with Mountain Central Baihrtky, la 2 and from Campton. BEATTYVILLE .JUNCTION Traka Nos. 1. 2 and 3 will nuke conneetioa with the L. & A. Railway for. Beattyville. , . 0. & K. JUNCTION Trains '2, 3 and 4 wil make connectioswith Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Claael 1 City, Ky., and O. & K. Station. CHARLES SC0TTi Senaral Passe Hfr AiMlL r LtUISVILLE 4V NASHYILUI.. 'C SQHthfeHilA ial ,i No. 87 Cmcinnati-KMxrisWila10:25 a. m. S3 OnetBBaii-JagaaitjiNo. limited, 10:52 a. m. count sixteen. No. In Switzerland the men, from tho nth Cincuinnti conaeiic'"st" 'FaW age of fourteen and the women from arrives at G30; departs at Q35;prfBi tho age of twelve, are allowed to No. 31 Cin cinnati-Atlaa- U Vl tj AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK; S. windr it- - cloak & air .1' .This coupon vat co. inc. Matinee every day from 2 to' Admission 10c, Skates free. Night 7 to 10. Admission and. five cents will admit attending any of the schools in Winchester an-schola- r 10c. Skates 15c A. M. DOMB, Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. Particular attention to Ladies. "EL REY SISTERS" t February 5th. to 10th. The Lyric Theatre, FRIDAY Elks Building Both Phones 364. AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY c, 61 MalnStreet . jt Bloomf ield - D.B.SCOBEE Mfr. a Ratliff Prtpe V ' " JBring this Coupon 2nd. A No. 26, Daily, Ex. Sua. No. 22. Daily . fo. 28, Daily tive body. The commission was appointed as Ho. 24, Daily Mie result of a demand made by the . poorer classes of tiie British notion, No. 27, Daily, Ex. : No. 21,.Day tht.thoy shoald no longer he exclud- . 35. Daily Kx Sat . !eft:froHUprivileges of diyoreeowing av 23 Daily niarry. In Turkey any youth and maiden who can walk properly and can un- derstand the necessary religious ser- . TiJlP IT vice are allovveu to toe unueu ior me To go farther afield, mere children of ten, nine and even eight years, by Indian custom, often married. This applies to the girl only, although native boys from twelve .to fourteen nomi- -. becomo husbands and aro-trial heads of households. The most remarkable inquiry into the morals of Great Britain was closed in January, 1911. The divorce commission presided over by LordGorell was a very representa- 1122 p. m. Vo. si. i. m m. it itiM " r- , hc No. tennectmsr at Parw for due at 7:15, leaves at 722 tkjtf i No. 38 Knoxrille-C- r aL arriv-- s 2:48; departsrSM 39 - Jiairri3k.C uilMi- N. limited 537 p. m. All are daily, except Maty mL 10, which are daily except lill t CHESAPEAKE A i 13-- k ... L.1 " ... I is -- .'.V' r Pa Fear. ' It THE WINCHESTER NEWS MEMBERS OF CINCINNATI DEALERS' ASSOCIATION PRISONERS AND Play am mmw OFFICERS And Deputy 1 E. E. LOQMIS Auctioneer McEldowney Building, Winchester, PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Attorneys-at-l.aw iron nn ith Jn-sta- nt CUSSffBlM Ky. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Ic a ward fir a mrHa 2c a wort far Una taasaaalhp ! AUTOMOBILE k, COL OPDYCKE AT FRANKLIN Sheriffs Are Completely Distanced by Captives. Mender of 74th Illinois Regiment Persists in Claim That First Brigade Saved the Day. Chicago, Jan. 29. With five on a In a recent Issue is an article about the battle of Franklin, by Captain side, West Hammond (Ind.) gambMichigan, Lyon of the Twenty-thir- d ling suspects played hide and seek who says he was at the cotton gin with Cook county Deputy Sheriffs when the rebels broke through our Sunday in the jail at the village lines at the Carter House, and that our line was restored by the Sixteenth near the Indiana istatc line. The of- Kentucky and some other regiment ficers of the law rail a poor second. he thinks, from Ohio that moved Five prisoners, the result of a quickly by the flank, filled the gap and held the fort for the balance of rambling raid instigated by Virginia the day, writes Robert Simpson of Illinois, in Brooks, West Hammond reformer, Company C. Seyenty-fourt- h vre inarched to the town lockup the National Tribune. As a member of Colonel Opdycke's by fir" Deputy SheiiiTs. In tlie maze First brigade,. Second division, Fourth of ire. Lars the captors found them corps, I was completely taken by surprise by such a statement. selves lost, while the prisoners Since reading his letter I have been themselves by means of a looking over old letters that I wrote conveniently unlocked dcor at the home at the time of these events, and I find that at that time we certainly rear. were there. I will here give an extract from one: From letter dated Nashville, Tenn., WHY HESITATE? December, 3, 18C4: Dear Father: This is the third letter I have written home today, this being the first day I have had an opAn Offer That Involves No Mcney portunity to write for some time. It d'' Tf you aro ruftcrir.jr from Eczeir.i. Psoriasis or any ctiicr kind of skin trouble, drop into our storo for relief. We will suarr.ntce you to stop that itch in two records. A 25c trjai bottlo wilt prova it. V?e have sold other remedies for pkin troubles, but none that we could recommend more highly than .the well known compound of Oil of Wintcr-Kree- n. Thymol and a few other ingredients that have wrought such wonderful cures all over the country. Tills compound, known as" D. D. D. Prescription, will cool and heal tho oc nothing else itchy, burning can. Get a regular bottlo and cce on oCcr, our y no-pa- talk 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. sartleat. a wcrtf far aacfe aMaaal an serrlaa. 10c a worii par ataatk. Scattered (ntarHans, la par vara ptf Viz. Insertion. Hcthlcg InsarieJ 1 For Sale By Strodes Drug Store. far lest tfcaa ton ceils, NctMni charaai aa haate far haa thaa IS aaata. TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT HAXria F tnetita lt.D. 10MU OuikU Stf 0.1KHI PUR E ILK Tiw-rmit- tat. coMk The state pure food authorities at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station reported Tuesday to County Attorney Scott Bullitt, of Louisville, sixty-fiv- e eases for selling watered or skimmed milk against dairymen supplying Louisvillo and certain restaurants. These cases resulted from the extensive inspections made that have recently been throughout the whole of the Louisville milk field and other parts of Clark County National BAN Accounts of Morchanfs, oroom cottage, gas listures, Winn avenue 3 room cottage, $11.50 gas fixtures, College $12.50 street 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, College $12.50 street Farmers 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, gas fixtures, Broad- and Cat'ECJoii; tiim 3de Solis!teij on Ail way 4 room cottage, $12.50 Broad-v- h Points, $12.00 5 room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor $12.50 $12.50 Kentucky, The samples wore collected from the milk depots, the dairymen, the restaurants, the hotels and other places where milk is served, and when a sample was found to tbe watered or skimmed, further investigation was made to determine who was responsible. About 700 samples were analyzed in Louisville and do cases reported for prosecution. In most instances the milk was taken from from the dairymen's herds to determine how much water had been ad ded to the milk as supplied by the dairymen's cows. Red Cross Dairy (Phone 889-x- .) supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and sanitary Ilolstcin and grade Jersey milk; not watered. THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. To cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. R. E.. 'Fisher, Washington, Kas., says: "I was troubled with a severe attack of la grippe and nothing I used did me any good and I was A threatened . with pneumonia. friend, advised me to use Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and I gol some at once. I was relieved from the very first. By the time I had taken three bottles my la grippe was gone. I believe Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to be" the best medicine I ever nssi and always keep a bottle with me." For Sale by All Druggists. avenue Capital and Surplus I 5 room cottage gas fixtures, Haggard gas fixtures, Haggard ." street 7 room cottage, HKPl4 Truly and widely representative of the city's automobile industry aie the seven members of the Cincinnati Automobile Dealers' Association, who are pictured above, as commit of the onmial auto show to be held in Music Hall during week of Washing-ton'Birthday, February iireliivc, with three days to follow in the succeeding week for display of commercial veer-iacliarjije s lpltf UnelfMily this septet arc giving of their time and money to the one end thai the noddle wc.t hall have an exhibit of molor cars woithy of its constituency, and every prospect ; that they tire to bs rewarded with on part of an a lavish interested public, not only frcm herself, but notably from the lying on her border. Every inducement tw attendance will be at tlie sJiow: interesting and valuable displays: splendid nnwc: npciitr facilities for refreshment of buth liquid and solid kind and finally uni(ue that a deconiSivc scttwig Music Hall is to be transformed into a veritable cozy comer of warm and glowing beauty. A large number of persons of have already signified their intention of paying visit to Ciuein'.ir.iti for one cr moic days dirriis;; progress of this coming automobile, shew. Cin-clnnr- .ti Risk if You Accept It. We are so our .remedy will completely jclievc constipation, no mattes: how chronic it may be, that we offer to furnish itrfree of all po-iii- ve street $15.00 3 room residence, bath, gas, etc., REAL ESTATE. l?Qmic fYT coin XT Plicae cost if it fails. Constipation is commonly caused by weakness of the nerves and muscles of the large intestines. To expect a cure you must therefore tcne up and strengthen those organs and restore them to bealtihier activity. We want you to try Rexall Orderlies o:i fur guainirlbe. They are eaten 'like candy, and are particularly good for children. They seem to act directly on the nerves and muscles of the bowel. They apparently have a neutral acticai on the other organs. They d'o not purge or cause other inconvenience" We will refund your money if they do not. overcome chronic cr bubitual constipation and thus aid to relieve the myor dependent riads of chronic ailments. Try Hcxall Orderlies at our risk. Three sizes, 10c, 2oc., and ."0c. Sold only at our Phillips store The Hcxall Store. ."( S. Main street. Drug Store. as'-teia- tc I I rem. and Lots for sals or A specialty of 1 Main street $30.00 Office or small store room, Main street $35.00 Office, ground floor, Fairfax street, $10.00 Several flats, all modern conveni Lot ences; well located; either first or RA1 IFF BLOOM Auditorium Bldg. second floor; price right. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES FOR SALE A feather bed. Apply to 334 Boone avenue or Honii! phone 774. . 19-2- 4, hicles only. Centering rlie group above i?. president of the Association, Edwaul Herschede, of itlie 'Herschede Jewelry and Mojor Car Companies.' Grouped about him, by number, ore: 1. Robert C Crowthor. of the R. C. Crowthers Co.; 2. II. S. Ley-maCo.; II. of the Leymen-Bnic- k George Behlen, of Charles Behlcn Sons; 5. Frank H. Miller, of George C. Jliller Sons; C. W. G. Welbon. of 7. E. A. Kruse, of the The Kru?c Motor Car Co. n, FOR QUICK FOR RENT SERV ICE REASONABLE Ollics rooms in Hot Steam heated. running water. Singly and cold AVoodson Moss or in suites. Bmwn-Procfori- a. r.iansr. ladies' or WANTED Canvassers, gents, with experience. Apply n; Farmers Hotel, after 8 a m. Tuesday. FOR SALE OR RENT 10 days mly my small faiim, 1 mile from Winchester on the Kupkerville pike. Has all modem improvements. Pusses.-io- n given at once. J. H. Newberry, Tenn phone. 104. thL-ci- ty " USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE " HIGH ART t SIGNS A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. A. LYNN PERRY PEYTON'S LICK Bom, Janucuy 1!). illncs-i- . J;T. Lane, a fine boy-MMrs. Artie Leggett spent Sunday and iMns. J. C. Anu.ld wcix the guests of the latter.- - parents. witi Mrs. Jas. Arnold. Mr.. and Mrs. Yoloy Taylor, of ncai FURS!! FURS!!! FURSI SharpVburg, one day last week. Mrs-.Jas- . "Kearcey is very ill of Will pay you the Highest Cash pneumonia. r. Lexington: and s.old it for cents. Mr. Gccrgc HumphiM?--- , Sr., is? uble to Mr. and Mrs. to be out. after a serious attack of 315 ' Prices for your Furs. who has been 'Join Hutchar.-o- n, J. W. HISEL very" ill c pneiuncnia. is convalesBridge Junk Shop, cents No. 23 .North: Mapie st. pr. Mnyci .is" very ill cf stomach East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596.' ll-18-4- 'it rouble. 3liss Beatrice Arnold attended NOTICE the dance given by Mws Bessie Lane lust Tuesday night, at Spring Field. The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'.oe, Mi and Mrs. Sterling uilvin. ot will serve cows at 2.00, money due Bftthel. spent a, few days last week at time of service. v Vtritli tlie forpier's parents. Mr. and B. A. OGDEN. Mrs. JWm. Gilvin. Wm. Calbert took his tobacco to SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. Rebels yere Already Pouring Over Our Works at the Pike. sunshiny day, but Is a beautiful,-warwas a little wet yesterday. But I must return to the affair at Franklin and the part our brigade took in tho engagement. As you already know, when your pipes freeze our brigade was held in reserve, across the pike. Soon the stragglers came and flood your bath streaming down the pike, mostly reADVERTISED LETTERS. cruits. The pioneers were thrown room oi any other work across the pike with fixed bayonets to Allen, Oiear drive them back, a difficult task, inin the plumbing, tindeed. Our battalion was moved to Boone, Bill the left of the pike, and we were or- ning or gas fitting, also Blumcr, Mrs- - S. J. ( ! dered to lie down, as the bullets were Caudill (Cadet) Samuel J. flying thick at this time. There was gas mantels, globes another reserve regiment stlllin front Hill, Mi.-- s Jennie of us, the Ono Hundred and Forty- stove pipe, elbows, etc. Hunter, Xick fourth Ohio, I have heard. I guess IN A Jones, Mrs. Eva they were recruits. We had hardly Call Home Phone 607. Iain down when down came our men Jones, Miss Ann ia a perfect panic, some minus hats, Little, Logan S guns and sense. Artillery horses and McLaughlin, John W. caissons were flying about in the wildBAR ROOM est disorder. All seemed lost, when Peregrin. Mi.--s Bertha (2) 19 N. Main Street General Stanley rode up and ordered Simons, Harry Y. men us to stop the Snowdcn, T. C. pouring down "the hills. No sooner A Stupendous Motion Pie did we rise up to advance than the 12 Yanderbcrg, A. II. (2) ture Production of The Hobs Puoae 1. Otflc Hours 9 toto Ar green regiment in front of us broke i Williams, F. Famous Temperance and ran like a flock of sheep. To DR. M. L. MYERS, JOHN" G. WHITE, Postmaster stop them was impbssible, and no Drama. time was to be lost. DENTIST. Up, the slope to the works we PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER rushed, with a terrific yell, through a Floor .McEldowney Btiufllsf. Fifth All kinds of stenographic work at galling musketry and artillery fire. WINCHESTER, KY. sumwe reach the reasonable prices. Miss Alice Moss, None too siion did were already pourmit. Tho rebels at Moffett & Spencer's office in Fra ing over our works at the pike. Some j were several rods inside our works. ternity Building. j out were instantly aispatcnea, ana tne THIS-WAi tlde of batUe was turned i j FULtY KJUNui riLLd Ater awhiie the fire slackened a ' j little, as the rebels had ceased com- alvvays give satisfaction because ing up to the assault with fresh e ditches wro still filled - but Fresh and Cured Meats, J. T. trPs-tnpn who were unable to stir, as thev alwavs do the work. with Country Produce, nice eathave . we kept poklng 0ur guns over the Shelnut, Bremen, Ga., says: "I ing and cooking apples used Foley Kidney Pills with great works and shooting straight down at and Fresh Oysters. Your ue- After awnne tne reDeis satisfaction and found more r,i:0f i them. urea patronage solicited. came oi lying uu iue uiuer siue from their use tha nfrom any other or tne worKs ana neing siaugmerea. and an they could not retreat, they kidney medicine,vand I've tried al. surrendered and came over the works recmost all kinds. I can chee.rfully by hundreds, and were sent to the You have seen the play, ommend themto all sufferers for kidrear without any guard. H. L GILBERT & CO. Nashville about 10 a. m j novv see the picture. Foley We reached trouble." ney and bladder of December 1, having marched from Kidney Pills will cure any case of Duck river, 40 miles by the pike, be-- Home Phone 37 kidney or bladder trouble not besides marching and countermarching, Winchester Opera House, t No and fought two battles, without any yond the reach of medicine. rest, and with scarcely time to eat, medicine can do more. February 1, '12 j from before the battle of Franklin un-- 1 Thurssday, For Sale by All Druggists. til we reached Nashville. On Decern-- j Insure iii ber2, .while we were lying in mass In front of Nashville, 'Generals Thom- Admission 10c FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! STROTHER'S as, Wood and Wagner rode into our Will pay you tho Highest Cash brigade- - The boys soon congregated Prices for your Furs. around "Old Sandy," and General OLD Wood told him it was the brigade that HISED-,J.-saved the army and day at Franklin, Bridjge Junk Shop, when Thomas proposed three cheers v FIRE INSURANCE AMD No. 23 North Maple st. for the First brigade, which the briREAL ESTATE AGENCY gade returned by., cheers East Tennessee Phone 215, ITomc lor Thoiiias,- - Wood- three Wagner. each and ' VjLl-18-im- o .. 'v TIIATJ .'.'"" . "MOSS Km US Phone 590. ' sfflce FrattraKy , The PRIE 35 in money at L. & X. LOST pot. Return to this office and ceive reward. S. C' Reed. dere- . TEN NIGHTS Thursday LOST At the dance evening a pin with topaz setting iid filigree 'dVamc. Liberal reward if returned to Mrs. J. 31. wk Pickrcll. , F0R SALE The Big Run Coal, iba best on the market; yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. struction Company. 11-28- -tf t ( panic-stricke- n A FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A nUUSt and 10 acres in grass. 3. H Croxton, Home phone 813A. -tf PICTURE Y REPLETE WITH FIR I FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockreb. Home phone 813-A. -tf I PATHOS AND COMEDY L Terms Cash When, in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown floweri, thereby keeping your money in "our home circles. POOLE & PURLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. -tf V FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rasb; Home-pbon232. a FOR SALE 500 shocks of' good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. H. Croxtcn, Home phone 813-- v RELIABLE J. M. STEVEMSOM Atterney-at-Law 60 S. Main St. WfecliMt, Ky. - SUBSCRIIE FOR THE NEWS. fx f -