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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): January 31, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912013101_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 31, 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. u LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 87. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1912. WEATHER Stawly Ristaf Tempwatiirt 1 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK little loss of dignity to the throne as possible. Cabinet Meets Wednesday. The Empress Dowager has a cabinet meeting Wednesday to arrange details of the abdication. Premior Yuan Shi Kai, in a statement to the newspapers, avers bis readiness to accept almost any solution which, will iirsnre peace... He has ho fear for the country's future, he saitl, if tlie settlciment is "the fruit of reason, truth and justice." Yuan further says that he has no , ambition to become President of the . new Republic and only desires the , 4suni-moned DEATH OF MR. F. M. COOK Left This County Two Weeks In Unavailing Search jof Ago Health. WasVopular Citizen. Mr. F. M. Cook, who moved from Cincinnati about three years ago to tlie farm on t!ie Bocnes'bcro pjkc, known as the Heed farm, now owned by Mr. Andy Dykes, died in Latonia on January 'lo, of consumption. About two weeks ago his family moredgto Latonia, and Mr. Cock went to Arizona for 'his health. Physicians there, however, gave him no hope of recovery, and Cie returned to Mr. the home of his father-in-laA. F. Huff. The funeral was held at Hie home erf Mr. Huff cm January 28. Mr. Cook was a member of the His wife was Christian church. Miss 'Mamie Huff, of Latonia She is a sister of Mr. J. W. Huff, an undertaker of that place. Their many friends here extend sympathy to the family. Mr. Cook was a good husband and father and a popular citizen, and the news of his death is heord with general regret. Fifth District William Heyburn, Louisville. "TEN NIGHTS Sixth District D. B. Wallace, Walton. 13. Seventh District Rhodes A BAR ROOM Thomas, Georgetown Eighth District George W. Welsh, Danville. Famous Temperance Drama to be t Ninth District R. II. Vansant, Ashland. Shown in Motion Pitcures at The Tenth District J. M. Stevenson, Opera House Thursday Night. Winchester. Eleventh District D- C. Edwards, The famous temperance drama, London. "Ten Nights in a Bar-Roowill W. P. Walton, of Lexington, is in be shown in motion pictures at the ehige of tho work sis secretary, Opera House on Thursday night. with an office in the Equitable buildThe picture is replete with pathos ing, Louisville, and will take pleasand comedy, and should be patronure in mailing literature on t'he sub- ized by a large crowd of spectators. ject of Banking Reform to all who wish it. ERAL TO TAKE WANT TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH AND WIRE LAW PLACE THURSDAY NEWSBOY FOR SUES FORTUN E Women Declares Child is Grandson of Dennis Hayes, a Wealthy Pion- eer Miner of California. San Francisco. Jan. 31. By an action filed in the Superior Court Tuesday London newbov, 14 years old. became a contestant for a fortune. j establishment of a stable govern- Winchester Commercial Club Ask Legislature to Carry Out Constitu- tion's Order. Adopt Resolutions. i 7 The Connmerical Club of Winches ter, at a meeting Tuesday afternoon idopted resolutions requesting the Legislature to put into effect through the medium of a Public Utilities bill, that section of the State ConstituFUNERAL OF MRS. tion providing for the prompt transmission of messages received bv one ANN REBECCA- - HULL telephone or telegraph company to point on the lines of other companies The resolutions in full follow: Services Will Be Conducted Thurs"Whereas, the present agitation in day Afternoon at 2 O'clock by Public Utilities legislation has brought to the attention of the pub Rev- 0. J. Chandler. lic generally the provisions of secFuneral services over the remains tion 19!) of the constitution, which of Mrs. Ann Rebecca Hall, who died reads as follows: Tuesday at her home on Winn av"Telegraph and Telephone Com enue, will be held at the M. E. Church panies- - Any association or corpoSouth, on Thursday, February 1, at ration, or t'he lessees or nnnagcr.-thereo- f, organized for tho purpose, 2 o'clock and will be conducted by The burial or any individual, shall have the Rev. 0. J. Chandler. will take place in the Windiest pi right to construct and maintain lines cemetery. The following will be the or telegraph within this state, and pallbearers: Messrs. D. W. Owen, S. to connect the same with other lines C. Boone, W. P. Winn, T C. Robin- and said companies shall receive and son, W. II. Garner and Ja.?. F. Winn. transmit each other's messages with-ounreasonable delay or discrimi-lfatioand all such 'companies arc J. hereby declared to be common carriers and subject to legislative conaccepts Directorate trol. Telephone companies operating exchanges in different towns oi cities, or other public stations, shall In National Citizens' League, An Orreceive and transmit each other de ganization For The Promotion of a messages without unreasonable The General lay or discrimination. Sound Banking System. Assembly shall, by general Jp.ws oi uniform operation, provide reasonof Hon. J. M. Stevenson, able regulations to give full effect lo has acceded the Directorate this section. Nothing herein shall for the Tenth District in the Nabe construed to interfere with the tional Citizens' League, , organized rights of cities or towns to arrange for the promotion of a sound bank- and control their streets and alleys. ing system. It now lias organizaind td designate the places at which tions in lliirtyfour states, with md the the matter in which, the to complete the list. wires of such companies shall bp The league is strictly erected or laid within1 the limits of representing a joint and sponuch city or town.' " taneous movement of business men "And JYhcreas, since tho adoption and others, independent of party afof the present constitution in the filiations, who are uniting in a popLegislature of Ken ular movement for a reform of the year 181)1, the tucky has failed to pass any laws banking system of tfiic United States. of the contsi- Its iim is to awaken the public to a putting' this provision realization that our credit system de- tutioii into effect; "And Whereas, the citizens of this pendent as it is on unrelated banks, town and county, generally, and par is subject to riost- seritfus and unnecessary dangers, and that this ticularly those concerned with the obsencVof o gunized and united re- Commercial Club, realize the great sponsibility in our banks affects all advantage and the great saving that classes, is a menace to legitimate there would be to the citizens of this business operations and a drag upon city and county and of this state generally, by having this provision national development. branch of the of the constitution carried into The Kentucky ut thi-city, - V league is headed by Mr Jobn M. AHierton, of Louisville, who will be KW, therefore, be it resolved by aided in the work by commit teeinen the Commercial Club of Winchester, from each Congressional district, as (Hark (Ooiuity, Kentucky, that the members of this club do in this pubt follows: First District Judge W. M. Reed. lic way call the attention of the General Assembly now sitting at FrankPaducali. S. W. Ha-ge- r. fort to the provisions of this section Second District-rJud- ge Owensboro. of the constitution, and do earnestly Third District W. L. Porter, request . that legislation 'be passed, Glasgow. that will give the citizens of this Fourth District Jolm L. Helm. town and the state generally the benefit of such legislation that has Elizabethtowu. According to Mrs. Dierks, she discovered that he is the grandson of Remains of Dr. J. M. Kash Will Be the late Dennis Hayes, a wealthy Laid to Rest in The Winchester pioneer miner of California. The boy sues for all of the Hayes, estate of Cemetery. MUCH INTEREST approximately .fl00,000. MANIAC HOLDS Funeral services over the remains The boy's memory of his parents JARRED BY WOMEN of Dr. J. M. Kash will be conducted was vague, but Mrss. Deirks learned F ERENCE CON at 10 o'clock on Thursday morning, A E ALOFT by investigation, she said, that his at the residence of Mr. Floyd Day. mother was Annette Hayes, daughter Mrs. Armour Tells Members They by Eld. J. H. MacNeill. The burial j of Dennis Hayes and that she mar-- J will take place in the Winchester Boy's Work Institute to be Held Here "Could Learn a Lot" in Making ried Etienne Buillard, a supposedly As Shield Fcr Bullets And Child is cemetery. Next Saturday Night And Sunday. t wealthy Frenchman, against ber Plea Regarding Liquor Traffic. Dr. Kash, whose home was in j i .i Hit And Fatally Injured. Posse iL.4.i.j. Jackson, died Tuesday afternoon at A gieat deal of interest is being j Paris to live. Washington, Jan. 31. Mrs. Mary Takes Him Prisoner. 1 :30 o'clock of Blight's disease. Ho taken in the Boys' Work Institute, Harris Armour, of Eastman, Georgia, .vas the father of Mrs. Floyd Day, which is to be Jicld here next Satknown in prohibition circles in her Hartford, Conn.. Jan. 31 After of this city, and a popular and high urday night and Sunday. This is inc NEGRO SAVED own state as the "Georgia cyclone," indulging in a wild outbreak at ly esteemed citizen of a series of such meetings which jarred t'he Senatorial dignity TuesTuesday, during which he are being held in about twenty of the day. shot and fatally wounded his wife, Central Kentucky towns. The aim is She told the dignified members of attempted to shoot his sister-in-lato arouse a greater interest in 'work the Senate Committee on Judicial', set fire to their home and held off a for boys. It is a "Boy and Re- in Hie hearing on the proposed law posse until the house was destroyed. Mr. D. R. Bush. ligion Forward Movement" that is prohibiting the shipment of alcohol- John Kenefic, a former fireman of Governor Declares Haning WM to stir up Central KenThe body of Mr. D. R. Bush. wh. calculated ic liquors into "dry"' states, that this city, is a prisoner here. Mrs. tucky as it has never been stirred be Too Good For Him, And Commorning at tlie St. died Tuei-dathey "could learn a lot" and that Kenefic was shot in the arm and in a realization of its reliGeorge Hotel in this city, was taken before lo whoever on the committee voted the back of the neck. mutes Sentence. (vLIigation lo its !iys. to his home in Louisville Wednesday gious agaii ;t the bill was; "a mighty poor In standing off a posse that tried As Winchester is one of the larg- la wye r." morning, a brother having arrived Indianapolis. Ind. Jan. 31 George to arrest him, Kenefic used his of the-- e est and most progressive to accompany the remains there Cupported By Mrs. Stevens- to be hangbabe as a shield against Davis, negro, I Mr. Buh was a ictim of pneumo- towns, it is expected that this will She was supported by Mrs. L. M. the officers' bullets. The babe was ed between midnight and dawn 'FriN. S' evens, president of tho Wonia, passing away after only a few bo one ot tne most sueccpsiul. He tried, day morning for the murder of a wounded and anay die. Some of Ihe leading boyV work men's Christian Temperance Union, finally, to hours' illness. end his own life, but had girl at Gary, bas been saved from experts in the county will be pres- a 'ha! ' hundred members of that exhausted his last bullet when he the gallows by Governor Marshall, ent to lead in the conference on the ition, several Georgia women mapped the revolver against Lis whose action in the case is regarded Every and scattering of men. problem-- ; of work wiHi boy- -. as unprecedented in Indiana. His forehead. address, and discussion will be prac"I don't knew wjliy wo should be sentence lias been commuted to life E tical, dealing with the concrete prob- here at all," said Mrs. Armour, imprisonment, with the proviso that lem of Winchester, not of some other "sine. it is an insult to your intelli- SISTER CONFESSES no request for further clemency ever place. gence for us, to bavc to plead for bo made. Mr. Wm. Robb, of Clark, Wires News HER OWN GUILT The Saturday night conference such a law. I don't want to burl The Governor refused to extend Staie anyljdy's feeling?, but I am here to That He Feels Hopeful of Result. will be lead by Philo clemency to John Cox, a miner, senSecrctaiy of the Y. M. C. A., with lo- talk common sraisc and I have not tenced from Greene comity for life to The cal and visiting speakers particiA telegram Wednesday And Trial of Brother is Brought to any time to waste on you all." for the murder of another miner at News from Mr. Win. Robb, who is pating This conference as well as invites Then To Rally. Dramatic Climax. Tells of Cir- Linton. in Pittsburg, in ci.nnection with the the Sunday afternoon meeting adMrs. Annour and Mrs. Stevens Davis cut a girl's head off. He cumstances. Robb interests in valuable property, dressed by President J. C. Achcson, spol.e Tuesday night at a tempersaid sbe had not been true to him. states: will be very informal, allowing any ance rally and the former told the Warden Fogarty studied Davis' Xew York, Jan. 31. Mrs" Therca 'Pittsburg, Pa. to take p.irt in the dis- Senators she thought it would do one pre-ebrought the trial of case, and decided that hard work for Martin "Winchester News: them good if they would attend. cussions. W. C. Paige, of her brother, James McDermitt. to an life would be greater punishment "Arguments ovcl in Rappar-Rob- b "You Senatois think you all arc a recognized expert on boys' death, because the negro often case. Feel hopeful of favorable de- work over tlip whole country, will too big folks to come and hear me abrupt and dramatic climax in than Judge Foster's court Tuesday aftcr-nco- n jboasted that the capital penalty Wm. ROBB." cision she said, "but I want to tell be a leading speaker at cacli of the spc-'k,-" by declaring it was she. and would make bim appear as a hero to meeting for you you that you could learn a lot. A mass conferences. not McDermitt, who .stabbed to death his race MR CLARENCE BLOOMFIELD boys at the Courthouse will be ad- But speaking of this bill. I'm no lawInCharles Muldoon, a Customs WINS MILE RACE. dressed by E. S. Woo'slcy. Fuller yer, but I've read law. and any one spector in a Lenox avenue cafe, on notices of these and the union ser- who votes against this bill because TOO LATE TO CLASSPf The mile championship race at the March 17, 1911. vice Sunday night wil be given later. of alleged unconstitutionality is a Auditorium was won by Mr. Clarence "Who drove this knife into Mulmighty poor lawyer." The pregram will be n follows: Bloomfield, with Mr. Vq-v- ., of THE LYRIC doon J"' was the first rmestion asked Saturday, 7 :30 p. in.. PresbyteriStrode's Drug Store, second; and by the defense. "Did you?"' of ber E The Delhi Durbar. (Pathe.) Mr. Graves, of the Auditorium, third. an church. Conference of Workers "Yes, I did." she repb'cd. .She with Boys for Discussion of ProbLost Freight Car. (Kalem.) A great deal of interest was manwept, as did ber brother and many Aunt Hulda Matchmaker.- - (Vita-giap- h ifested, and the race was much en- lems in Boys' Work in Winchester. 10 ABDICATE THRONE others in the room. will be in charge This conference .) joyed by participants and inspectors McDermitt lied to the West after of Philo C. Dix, of Louisville. Shorf Don't miss this feature program. and after being captured the crime, be made by local, and visERROR CORRECTED talks Transfer of Power Will be Effected in Denver it was alleged that he con- We will have the lioue . good and iting speakers The sister unexpectedly ap- warm. With As Little Loss of Dignity to fessed. The coupon published for the Matinee everyday. Sunday, 31 a. m. Special seriu Court Monday and conpeared Lyric Theatre in Tuesday's News Vanity Fair Friday. The Throne as Possible. mons on Boy.-.- Work in all churchc-- . to guilty knowledge and the fessed had an incorrect date. Mr. Watson will sing: "In all of. by pastors and visiting speakers. halted. Tuesday Mrs. case was The coupons are good for admisPeking. Jan. 30. It is understood Brown testified that she 'had quarrel- My Dreams, I Dream of You." Sunday, 3 p. m. Boy-- .' Mas sion to the Lyric, by the, payment of of the addressed that immedate abdication ed with Muldoon and went to her Meeting at Courthouse, five cents, on Saturday February 3, throne has been decided upon, as a home fcr a breadknife. Promises of FOR RENT Five room house; 43 Louisville. by E. S. Woo.slcy, of instead of friday. result of the conference Tuesday be- both the Prescutor and the Judge for I acres grass and 10 acres tobacco Sunday. 3. p. m. Mass Meeting land; some corn ground- - C T. tween the Empress Dowager; Prince immunity for a while failed to perin interest of Boys' Work at Presand Prince suade ber to continue her story, un- I Forkner, Home phone 642. tho Ohun, been sq long withheld. byterian chinch, addressed by Pres. Ching, the I in accordance "And be it further resolved, that til finally s'he was asked the above J. C. Achoson. of Danville. I with the conditions laid down by the point blank question. this resolution be spread upon the Sunday, 7:30 p. vor Union Service Republicans: namely, that the - imWANTED Furnished room or room minutes of this club, and a copy furStcreopiicon perial family and princes are to reat Christian church. and board: give description and nished to the local papers for publiAT PROVIDENCE views illustrating Boys' Work. empty titles, reside in Pestate if bath and heat is furnished. tain their cation, and that copies be sent 'to Interesting addresses win be made king or elsewhere at their pleasure Must be quiet. No attention, givRev. J. W. Campbell, of the Commercial Club in the various en unless price per week is defiwill preach at Providence and receive annual pensions aggrecities throughout the state, and that by local' and visiting speakers. nitely stated. Address E44, News any gating $2,000,01)0 and that the trans- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Eva copy be sent to the Senator and 'No collection will' be taken at ' '' Office. e fer of power will be effected witb as erybody is urged to be present. of these meetings.--.-"- Representative of this district." Prof. J. C. Acbcson, President of Caldwell College, Danviilc, address Bovts' Work Institute here this week. who will ment. Many soldiers were killed by the explosion of a dynamite mine under an imperialist troop train, which was proceeding from Siaekan. thirty miles north of Hankow, to He Han. A bomb wtis thrown at the Viceroy, who was traveling on anther train, but it struck the car adjoining, kill ing a number of soldiers, but not injuring the Viceroy. Tlie suit, filed by Mrs. Amelia A. Dierks in behalf of Etienne Buillard. Ja lad whom she by chance found jselilirg papers in London two years ago, reveals the story of the boy's in j abandonment Paris after the death of his mother , Col-linsvi- FROMJALLOWS y or-ga- -- nl i'rr. m-i- 9 -' Har-rodsbur- g, -lt i 4 IHMVIN IN-I- II HkV M-- U NI-W- - , - - .... -- - SmU Main Street, Needle Work, Flosses, Embroidery, Crochet Cottons, Stamping of all - fursi fursii eursih iTlinrhniii nnin IIIMblil III I IV IV Wfachesftr, Kentucky. Daily, Except Sunday. . ' kinds, Pleating oj all widths made to order. BRING THIS WITH YOU " Upon making a cash purchase of receive in exchange for this coupon "Entered as second-clas- s matter, - Ifcvember 28, 1908, at the postoffice ia Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of. March 3, 1879." 50c, or 'over. - you. will v Will .pay you the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs., 1. J. W. fflSEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- 10 Extra S. & H. Green Stamps in addition to those you receive with your purchase. Beth Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mall. Daily, one year Six Months One Month $3.00 1.50 .25 RATES: Only the purest andJreshest medicines on sale at the Brown-Proctria Pharmacy the store of quality. o- FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS blow with terrific force at the far lUULKUULUOlO north and p!nW havoc with the skin, red, rough or sere channec. ALASKA hands and Hps,- - that ncc.i Lueklen's LVrnica Salve to heal them. It makes the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled s, also bruises and piles, Has Its Grip on Nearly 50 Per for Only 25 cents at All Druggists. Cent, of The Population. Imporcold-sore- WOODMEN Wlr.ehe-'.- er OF THE WORLD. lamp. No. S'2. Wood-causi- ng mon of the World meets cverv Tues- dav ifurht at the lodue room in the All, visiting fourthou-.- - "at 7:30. nienuVr.-- , ( , of tho order are always welcome. J. 0. PIEKS.VLL. Clerk. tant Steps Are Taken.- - MISS ROSA L. BALDWIN GOOD FOR TEN STAMPS . TOM COWAN BACK MISS ROSA L. BALDWIN ! j 9 Jw -5 -- a '1 a is tic x fa w IS a u 5 i w t; it 3s 5 It is not muse of their effort and attendance enough, as so many parents thin!;, to all tho extra time that is possible that the means he furnished. There for her to give. AlVERTISINt HATES: Besides this no is a community esprit de corps witti teacher .should be required to gie LOOK! SEE! the efficiency of the schools for its additional hours to the pupils whose aaj aiitioa.... ...... 9 .15 ultimate end that does more to make You can get one dozen of those parents are so indifferent to the wewitkia em iratk. . .50 possible the highest work in the lfare of fhe child as to let him miss fine photos at ' Earp's Stiuuo at LOO BM mk, eeBtbnosary school-roothan any other singJe the regular work; she needs that greatly reduced prices the remaiudei Om aalaadar mo- -, eoatisaoHily- - 3.00 aid, rind Hie attitude comes from the time for recreation and the .better of this month. Wtm wwaks, 4 time a wk. . . . 2.40 iraafa, ferae tusn aa waek. 1.80 intelligent study of the broader so- preparation of the n6xt day's les(rcial piblems of the school system sons. When sfnc does perform much RAILROAD TABLES fast WMks, two turn a week. . L20 and an intelligent support, rendered of that class of work either she sufRMataf Mrilew Per Lkte: unfailingly. fers in reduced teaching eneigy or Wtmx waeka. om tim a wek. . . .75 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN For instance, there may be men- lessened preparation for her woik. Baaiuim sotioes, body type. ..714c RAILWAY COMPANY In cither case the regular and dilPa raacHng, mvb keadinf... 15c tioned at this time as both illustraigent child is made to lose in order tardiVara eoatuiaons insartiona of same tive and timely, the matter of No. 1 No. 3 nesses and absences (if pupils "in the that the indifferent ono may catch Daily Daily WESTBOUNT ttmm at double the oni-iirate. schools. The rocoids show that up with (he grade. That is not jusa. m.l p. m ' ClMtltaa ParWera: 1:2; Lv. Quicksand, Ky. in the tice to any one concerned. 4heic were 700 i aos, any cditioa lc during the pat month. 5:05 1:51 Jackson, Ky. .. feaertiena continuously .. So There were 330 pupils, out of an FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! 5:10 1:5; 0. & K. Junction three additional insertions. c enrollment f 730, whoso attendance Will pay you the Highest Cash 4:52 10:31 Athol, Ky Dm aalandar bo., continuously. .10o Beattyville Juct . 4:25 10:04 was perfect. 400 pupils then, were Prices for your Fnrs Vathiaff eoanted less than 18 irords. 4:04 9:4' Torrent, Ky. . W. HISEL J. absent 700 times. Of the four hunCampton, Juct., 6:43 3:3i Ke itaa charged oa books for Bridge Junk Shop dred 250 were absent 100 times. Clay City, Ky. . 7:19 4:0: teas thaa X eaata. No. 23 North Mapie si mot of tlu;m a day or Icv?s. L. & E. Junction 7:51 4.3; East Tennessee Phone 215, Homi Winchester, Ky. 300 time?, oi 8:05 150 pirpils HI! PAPER REPRESENTED TO twu' Ar. Lexington, Ky. t'hone 596. 8:50 5:3: ADVERTISING BY THE and average of two days or one tenth of the M'hool month. Tlio acNo.2l No.-- , tual facts fc'uAv that more than ACTUAL STARVATION Dailyf Daih EASTBOTJND ' GENERAL OFFICES of tliesiC pupils were out of p. m. a.n NEW YORK AND CHICAGO schooLfor trival reasons. BRANCHES IN AL1.THK PRINCIPAL. CITIES 'acts About Indigestion And lie Lv. Lexington, Ky . . . 1:35 7:2 But these figures do not show thr Winchester, Ky. . . 2:17 8:0. Relief That Should Interest You. L. & E. Junction . . 2:35 8:1 actuul loss of thee iuiil' Any SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT Clay City, Ky. ... 3:05 8:5child who is nbreiit one day loses' Although Indigestion and DyspepCampton Juct. .. 3:47 9:2 parsia are so prevalent, most people Dcustomedliiug, good people, for Jic more than that day from actual 6:25 3:1. Torrent, Ky Beattyville Jdct. Ky 6:03 2:5 rest of us to talk about' You have ticipation and benefit in the worr aot thoiougl.Iy understand tiiei Monday he cause and cure" There is no Athol, Ky.-.- ' .. .. 5:35 2:2 uo ikleu how ciubaraasuig it is to the of the school. If absent reaso' 0. & K. Junction . 5:19 10:5' Iosns Monday's instruction. He also rtCiy most people .should not cat anyeditor when tlieo rjuict, fmzen-u- p Jackson, Ky . . . . . 5 :25 j 11 :0' loses all preparation fur Tuesdays thing they if they will chev At. Quicksand, Ky. .. dajis come along and it U time for 11 :2." well. Xow Monday's :t carefully and thoroughly. Man; .the daily cdttorinl to he written. lessons as lessons fiuust lie learned but to d CONNECTION: actually starve themselves into sickWe could find a vast fund of so melius that preparation for ness through fear of eating even LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will mak. if we went abroad for them, but connection at Lexington with the L .work must be slighted. It am & N. we prefer lo treat live local Mibjcctn for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 wil the work is notrepareitiuid the g food, because it doc because we find oiu' readers like make connection with the L. & N. a'i again mies a day he is at leaist not agree with them. Lexington for Cincinnati, Ohio. them .best But what arc we to do In four days behind the grade. The best thing to do is to fi: CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos when the people become tern that pupil feels I, 2, 3 and 4 will make connection yourself to digest any good food. and. uninteresting? Stir up some- nine cases ont of rith Mountain Central Railway to his loss so that he becomes disWe believe we can relieve Dyspepthing and give the editor a change. further adds 'to the sia. We are so confident of the md from Campton. Take. the (hospital, for instance, couraged and BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains of redeeming his place in fact that we guarantee and promise Nos. Why not arrange for a big meerting difficulty 1, 2 and 3 will make connection the grade. ' to supply the medicine free of al: with the L. & A. Railway for Beatty-rille- . to discuss ways and mean, for In most grades there is a large cost to every one who will use it taking most advantage of Mr. 's 0. & K. JUNCTION Trains Nos. 2. material, who is not perfectly satisfied proposition for a fair thU amount of supplementary with and 4 will make connection with text, given by teacheiv the results which it produces. We not in the year to benefit the hospital fund. )hio & Kentucky Railway for Canne! never get that exact no promises, and put We understand there is a hospital The absent pupils can no oik City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. material. Add to the loss caused by under any obligation CHARLES SCOTT, whatever. fund in existence now which lias General Passenger Agent absence that caused by frequent Surely, nothing could be fairer. We been raised by various organizations. exare located right here and our repuWith :t!ie proceeds from the fair it written requests that pupils be LBUISVILLE & NASHVILLE cused from grades before regular tation should be sufficient assurance ought do be subsiantial enough to Southbound. lost of the genuineness of (have trustees appointed to handle it hours and in' many cases the our offer. We want every one troubled with and arrange for the collection of time will he doubled. Parents have No. 87 Gmcinnati-Kxoxvillocal no idea, generally speaking, what a Indigestion or Dyspepsia in any 10:25 a. m. those donations which were ready handicap they are placing upon their form to come to Nn. 33 to be made last year. our store and buy children in abetting or permitting a box of Kexall Dyspepsia Tablets. limited, 10:52 a. m. By the "way. unless those donaNo. 9 Maysville-Staifor- d local tions are collected soon the partie them to be absent from their regular Take them home and give them n rith Cincinnati connection at Pari; work. Aside from the .reasons .that reasonable trial, offering them might change their according to direc arrives at 6:30; departs at 0:35 p- m have been mentioned there is the tions. Then, minds. if not satisfied, come No. 31 Cincinnati-Atlant- a limiter" atto us and get your money back. 11:22 p. m. The advent oC t.be new railroad fuitCicr one that the break in will make the hospital all the more tendance carries wilh it a break in They arc very pleasant to take; they necessary ntid easy to mainUiin. By the interests of the pupil in his stud- aid to soothe the irritable stomach, Northbeuna No. 34 limit! ti this time nckt the ambitions ies and in tho relations with his to and invigorate the digestive or4:52 a. m. teacher. .city of Winchester ought Xo possess gans, and to promote a healthy and T have seen No. 10 Stanford-Maysvi- ll many 'ca.-where natural bowel loea; a hospital, in which our citizens can action, thus leading to lonnectine at Paris for Cincinnati teachers had utrivcn hard .fur weeks perfect and healthy digestion and take pride and comfort. due at 7:15, leaves at 722 a m. in gaining the interest of an indifassimilation. No. 38 ti ferent boy and just when sJie had WINCHESTER SCHOOLS A 25c. package o Kexall Dyspeparrives 2:48; departs 2:53 p. m. fair promise of .success all her ef- - sia Tablets furnishes 35 days' treat32- - JhiiksonviUt-OinoraEaNo. limited 5 :37 p. ra. No school is better than tho people j furls would go for naught because ment. In ordinary cases, this) All are daily, except Nos. 8 anc. want it. 'Here, as in ffinuy other though lless parent took tho to produce a cure. In 10, which are daily except Sunday. communities, .the matters M?rlaining child for a few days' visit to sonic more chronic cases, a longer treatto tho, schools have been left to the place. In tho end-hSchool and ment, of course, is necessary, and CHESAPEAKE & BHIt. officials of the schools and parents tho teachers aio blamed for the faildepends- upon the severity of the have taken but little interest in its ure of the child lo be promoted, but Fact hound trouble. For such cases, we have No. 26, Daily, Ex. Sun. . .8 :45 a. m. aims, methods, and purpo-e- s except justice would lay the blame at the two larger sizes which sell for No. 22, Daily 12 10 p. m. in the rare instances when their own door of. the parent, $1.00. Remember you can ob- So. 28, Daily- - JK. Sua. .. 6:30 p. m. children in some way came under the. Experience has demonstrated that tain Kexall Remedies in this comKb. 24, Daily 9:10 p. ul. ban of its rules. Then their atli- - 03 per cent, of the failures of munity only at our store The licx-.WestiswH the most part has been such itlrcn arc due to absences that are No. 27, Daily, Ex. Snn. ..6:22 a. m. Store. Phillips Dmg Stoic. as was prompted by the exigencies for trivial reasons, such as the-o- South Main street." No. 21, Daily .7:48 a. tn. thrft particular case and ended ,eannot remedy but which ?o. 25, Daily' Ex Sub .. p. m. wiKh its satisfactory adjustment. A 15 parents could easily reduce to one-- Only registered pharmacists han- No.. 23, Daily d. m. No system of schools can be dc- - fourth. Teachers cannot make nn, dle' your persenption at theBrown- Be Sure You Are Right. vclopad o its highest .state of ef- - the time lost from the regular work Proctoria Pharmacy. Absolute ac When. in. "doubt as to what to say ficiency unless its officials and tench- - exit pt in rare cases. She has the curacy guaranteed, do'ndthlng until yo-- j The store opJ or do' ''V-ansee menui way. intelligent support of imr pupils ' who are cnHtU'd be- - ai'alily. crs have the' i large- m Payable in Advance. the conununity- - at Tom Cowan, the popular" baa ber, is back at his, stand in the "McEldowney Building, and is now ready to serve his old friends and customers where you will always get prompt and first class service. IW TIE J se ab.-onc- AYiirjiiiigion, Jan. 31. Tuberculosis has its grip on nearly 50 polecat, of tho population of Alaska, according to the results of an investigation conducted for the bureau of education by Dr. M. II. Foster, passed assistant suigeon of the public health and marine hospital.. In his report, Dr. Foster declares that unless the ravages of this dis-?aare checked by timely medical relief the white people as well as the natives of the territory ultimately According to Dr. .vill be wiped out. Foster's estimate, thiity per cent, .if the present population of South-.aster- n Alaska have suffered at some time from tubercular troubles' Eye, disease are also prevalent, in i number of places and Dr. Fosters ccomniendation inculded the of a home for the destitute 'dind. Aimed with these facts the 'mreau of- education has renewed its efforts to secure tho passage of a hill pending in Congress appropriating 70,000 for the establishment of i sanitarium and additional hospitals and nurses. se Good plumbing is necessary to good health. Graceful fixtures are necessary to bathroom beauty. Good plumbing throughout the house means comfort and sanitary security. Good plumbing fixtures are easily cleaneJ, thus lightening Labor. A nice white sink and convenient laundry trays make kitchen and laundry work much pleasanter. If your plumbing has not these qualities it wi'.I be t your interest to consult us, we can remodel it and, if nccessaty, replace the futures with those of "S'tamfarif" guaranteed manufacture. The guarantee insures dependable fixtures and protects oc-- reputation with you as you arc certain to receive satisfactory service from these fixtures, and therefore we can recommend them. Estimates furnished with'SUmfanT "occiirat" rati out charge. Points on Plumbing Jc5P GRANT WiTT & CO. 4 N. R. P. SCOBEE & SON CO. (INCORPORATED) TJii-hlvc- ab-e- nt 4( The Winchester Monument Works an furnish you anything in their iue as good and cheap as any deal-- r Patronize homo ministry. e.o.d.-l-26-3l LUMBER Rough and Dressed, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES, ll-18-4- two-thirds A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. CAREY ROOFING. can be bought. the best that u, - For years J. S. Donahue, So. Hav-Mich., a civil war captain, as a ighthouse keeper, averted awful .vrccks, but a queer fact is, he might RUBBER ROOFING, as good as any. Home Phone 47 j i de-i- re Mib-jec- ts "Yed-ncMbi- good-stuellir.- g, pu-l- il ?ood-tn!iu- lave been a wreck', himself, it" E'cc-ri- o Bitters had not prevented. 'They cured mo of kidney trouble md chills," he writes, "after I had aken other so called cures for vear, without benefit and they also mproved my sight. Now, at seven-- y, I am feeling fine." For iTyspcp-i- a, indigestion, all stomach, liver md kidney troubles, they're without iqual. Try them. Only 25 cts.. it All Druggists. The nicest and most jcrfumos and toilet articles Brown-Proctoria te East Term. Phone 147 TOBACCO prices here, and that means that you will have more money to buy clothing with. We. want to have a little cloth- ing chat with you. The facts are these, we have a big line of suits and overcoats of this season's goods that we want xo sell and are willing to cut prices to make them sell. So come to us and see what our is bringing better ( V hum-dru- m at the The Pharmacy store of quality. OF FOLKS mi -- Wain-scott- 1 MILLIONS USIiLHASCARETS They Never Have Headache, Bilious ness, Sluggish Liver or Bowels or a Sick Liver, Sour Stomach Xo odds how bad your liver, stom ach or boveIs; how much your head aches, how miserable or uncomfortable vou are from constipation, indi- gestion, biliousness and sluggish in testines yen always get the desired results with Cascarets and quickly too. Don't let vour stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable another moment; put an cud to the headache, biliousness-dizziness, nervousness sick, sour gassy stomach, backache your md 'all other distress; inside organs of all the poison andj effete matter which is producing the cic-ans- le Cincinnati-Jacksonvil- le 25 One Price Sys tem" will save you. from our - Atlanta-Cincinna- $25.00 $22.50 $20.00 $13.00 $15.00 $10.00 Suits and Overcoats Suits and Overcoats Suits and Overcoats Suits and Overcoats. Suits and Overcoats Suits and Overcoats $18,75 $17.00 $15.00 $13.00 1.00 cs -- Knorville-Cincinna- lo-a- l. miscrv. Take a Cascarct now; don't wait ontil bedtime. In all the world there is no remcuy like tins. A box means health, happiness and u clear head for months. No more days of gloom and distress if you will take a Cascarct now and then. All druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forget the children their- little insides nced-good gentle cleansing, too. jo-ce- nt a ii u 50e-an- FURS! FURS!! fURS'!! " $ 7.50 chil-tudcf- or Ml f 0 d Will pay you the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Jnnk Shop No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, norae ' ll?18-4mPh'6heri96; J o ALLAN SIgtf ofXittle Man" & & MURPHY Opposite Coirt Hoise - SUBSCRIBE FOR FHE NEWS. T fi v .. . ; THE WINCHESTER JEWS. r.? J A GREAT MANY People are taking advautagcof these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles about the bouse. We have the best things in the world for " that purpose. JEWELER as represented. All arc guaranteed to do the work mock oi jviercnaiuuse In the District Court of the United States fcr the Eastern District of Kentucky. IN BANKRUPTCY 1 COMPOUND- 70S FOLEY'S i I; IAK 1 A5.L for c;.:z.z7: GROWN eeusHS AND COLSS C H. BOWEN OC ii ul Host erfsDiiYe viilb Grcap and PERSONS WbosplH Cmk OPTICIAN ,gggU am roc a can mutus C1IJTEH Foley's HcneyandTar Compound is cpicl: and reliable. It stops the cough by promptly healing tne cause. Contains no opiates. Is indispensable in a family where there are children. ST. JOSEPH, "Fotey's Honey and Tar Mrs. Frank Marti. 417 Church St., Compound saved the ,ile ct our baby sari: He contracted a severe boy. bronchial trouble and cousried violently and had spells ol couching and caecing nnd turned black in the face. I always had treat faith in Foley's Honey and Tar Compound uid started giving it to the child. In a chort tisie be was relieved and finally the cough was entirely stopped zai the couehing and gagzing spells ceased bothering him. H: got well in a short time, gaining in weight and getti-i- c robust. Toiey's Honey and Tar Compound has many times saved us trouble and this with the wonderful cure in baby's case shows its griat merit. We are never without Foley's Hone? aa4 Tar Compound. Wc always keep it :c tiiz licuse," MICH. I S five-wee- IETYR -1- COMPOUND lij ; Ijiu tUtH & tfc norma SJKS In ttie matter of ROSA FRANK Bankrupt Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a judgment and order of salej 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, house 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-fourtTrustee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Anyone desiring to examine the stock may call on the Trustee and he will be pleased to show same. hs Rk on ringed tof Cold Various Coojt. ii si .ftcticiift (ib Hon. J. F. Winn lias returned from LEADER OF STRIKE hunting siicee.-sf:i in Alabama. PLACED UNDER Mi's. C. C' llagemayer, of Coving-ttT ue.-dand Wednesday v.ith .Mis. Henry II. Hall. Was Not Allowed to, Give m ay Fhroat. Gliest andLungs. FOLEY CO. ARREST 1 CHCACO, UU Bond, And .Mr. JefT AdaiiK left Wednesday for Lutrobe, I'a.. wheie lie Iras accepted a jroud position .with the C. H. iind" T. Telephone onipany. Was Locked Up In Cell At Police TAKE NO SUSSYITUTE. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Station. Mr. aud Mrs. Elmer Fowler.' of Laivifiifc, Mas., Jan. ol. Covington! aie guests of .Mr. and Charged with being; an aeeessoiy to Mrs. 15. F McMnhan. murder, Joseph J. Ettor, of Xev , Air?. W. L. Edward and two sons, York, leader of the great textile Robert and Vcnion, of I5oyd, aie strikemen s arrested by ollieers of visiting her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. the state police just before midIf. II. Parrish. night Tuesday. 3Iiss Sara Goodloc Hentou is Ettor, was taken at his hotel, as for Aliss Carrie Morgan lie wa.-- picpariug to retire for tljf Giavcs, a charming bride-elec- t. night. Fearing arrest, Etlor had Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bcall, who have made preparations to secure bail, but been spending a few days with Mr. was not allowed to give bond and and Ma-s- . 1). W. JJayles-- . have re- was locked up in a cclKat the police turned to their Iiome in Ifushville. station. Ind. The charge against the strike w-a- ti USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE HIGH ART Witness iny hand this January 20, A. D., 1)12. Lewis R. Hampton, Trustee of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt. iicc anil military aulliorilies took extra irecautioii., to prevent any outbreak among the strikers wlien the iicivd oL' the laking ol! their lemlei reaeheil the workers" Kttorj arret I . was not With the exception oC an earlj uioininjj outbreak, wbuy a Sytian John Ifaini, iwas uu serioiitlly' nijy'it injured that he died Tue.-vla- y , the textile situation at tlie quiet Tuesday, in was unusually of contrast with the tubulanee .Monday. Armed militiauicu jiatrol-le- d the streets under orders from t'ul. E. Leroy Sweetser to shoot and shoot straight if need to enforce orders against demonstrations of any kind. Apparently it had its effect for s no efforts were made to hold or jiarade-;- . All but three tlie milk wore running Tuesday and it wa claimed that a larger number of operatives than .Monday jeported for work. expL-ek'Uhoi-pitalmas'-meetingL" SIGNS A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. Koa 1 Said win is in Xew York Philadelphia op and JFrs. Haiule MeCanley and sun. William Allierl, have returned fnun a "visit to Iier mother, in (ingion. Mr. and Miv Slmmm. of .Michigan, arc in the city for, a week or tea days on business. IMrs. George IfaiiL-o- y is improving from a recent illness. Alis s.. leader is in connection with tin who deathof Anna Lopi.o, a striker, was shot during Monday night. The bitllet which t'.m-c- d her death war. Ilred by satire olio in the crowd o!' strike sympathizers, the police allege, and was aimed at tho ground but rebounded and struck the woman. JJefore making the arrest Hie pc- - but lives arc often saved by Dr. King's New Discorvcry in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption or pneumonia. "Jt cured me of a dreadful cough and lung disease,'' writes W. J(. Patterson, 'Wellington, Tex., "after four in our family had died with consumption, and 1 gained 87 pounds." Xothing so sure and safe for all throat and lung trouble?. Price fiOe and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed bv all Druggists FRANCO-AMERICA- the bank, leceipt, lie showed his original andAIr. Eguer puascd him of silver mil a new piece In the JO years the dime has been placed to the depositor's account it A. LYNN PERRY KSSZM Spring Is Here And we must make room for our large Stock of Spring Goods which is arriving daily and in order to do this we 'are going to offer for the next few days our our line of N HYGIENIC TOILET REQUISITES. Frauco-America- n I will demonstrate the Hygienic Toilet Itequisitus Winchester Cloak and Suit at the Company's store.' Ladies invited to call. I'est class of goods on the market A trial is solicited. MISS MAIiY WHITE, Local Representative" has figured in many balance sheets, and its worth has been consumed many times over in the ink, paper and time given it by the clerks who had to keep track of it. In all trial balances that stubborn dime had to be reckoned, and its withdrawal hag ended an odd existence rare in banking annals. As no interest allowed in Jersey savings banks to sums less than $1, tho solitary coin in its 40 vcars'in bauk did not in crease -; TheNew8 Depositor he Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct person! arUS-tiand prompt service. All wo ask is an opportunity to serve yon that, wo may prow quality of our banking service. We invite you io call and see us. on Citizens National Bank Near Court Hons. Ky. Winchoster, I- - Comer Main and South Court Street. 1 NCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE. I BALDWIN BROS. 01 SSOLUTfON SALE! real- PUR E MILK If you intend to buy a marker or monument, get our prices. Winchester Monument Wcrks. e.o.d.-l-2C-- 3t The people of Winchester and Ciark county fully At a 9 The state pure food authorities at the 'Kentucky Agricultural ExperiCHURCH OF CHRIST ment Station reported Tuesday to of ComjAy Atiomey Scott Bullitt, Eld. J. W. Harding will preach at Louisville, sixty-fiv- e cases for fell- the Church of Christ on Fairfax ing watered or skimmed milk against street Sunday morning and night, dairymen supplying Louisville and certain restaurants. These cases resulted from the extensive inspections m:uk that have recently been throughout the whole of the Louisville milk field and other parrs ol ize that the Dissolution Sale which we are having- is a boni-fid- e one, from the exceptionally low prices we are i 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 you to reap the benefit, AS THE DISSOLUTION SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY Kentucky, The samples were collected from the milk depots, the dairymen, tin restaurants, the hotels 'and othei places where milk is served, and when a. sample was found 14 he watered or skimmed, further investigation was made to determine who was responsible. About 700 samples were analyzed in Louisville and (io cases reported for In most instances the milk was lakcn from from the dairymen's herds to determine how much water had licen added to the milk as supplied by the dairymen's cows.. Red Cross Dairy (Phone SSO-x- .) supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and n. 1st. Had Figured in Man Balance; at Last by j Sheets And is Claimed Sacrifice Price Remember Your Profit Is Our Loss. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOIV1B, ! Original Depositor. j Inc. Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. Elks Building 61 Main Slreet Both Phones 364. Xew York. Jan. 151. There was a sigh of relief among the employes of the Half-Dim- e Savings 15ank, Orange X. J.. at closing time Tuesday, when an account if 10 cents was closed by a Icj)o-ilo- r. It had been on the books for the last 10 years. Frederick Hgner, Assistant Cashier, was surpri-e- d when the man walked into the institution Tuesday and asked for his deposit. The man who is employed by a Xew Jersey newspasanitary Ilol-tei- n and grade Jersey per, 'was a lad of 12 in 1872 when he deposited a dime, which he hoped milk; not watered. would be the nucleus of a substantial account. Soon after he left it with A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. the bank and moved with his family from the city. To warn people of a fearful forest fire in the Catskill-- a young girl rode The deposit was recalled to hhn. horseback at midjiight and saved and Tuesday, while on a business mauv lives. Her deed ivas glorious trip to Orange,rhc man stopped at 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 factory prices for the next TEJSI DAYS, so come and take advantage of the last and final reduction. SALE CLOSES, e. FEBRUARY 1st. BALDWIN BROS. i V . 'I I' " , Panfi Fdht. THE, WINCHESTER NEWS Such Fun, By Heck, Don't Miss This. ; Something New Every Night. Auditorium Skating Rink W HEN? ALL, THE REST OF THIS WEEK FRIDAY NIGHT p; p. 1-- Masquerade. Prize, $6 skate book for the best gentleman make-uGrand march led by the winners. Only $5 skate book for best lady make-uthose masqueraded allowed in march. SATURDAY NIGjHT Each contestant; 2 Mile Cracker Race, six times around rink. THURSDAY NIGHT Tie party (for ladies and gents). Prize, 1 box cigars for gentleman will have to stop, eat a cracker and whistle before starting again. $1.00 wearing largest tie; 1 box Johnson Choice Candy to lady wearing smallest tie. worth of tickets. WEDNESDAY Leap Year Skating Party. Each couple (lady and gent) will be admitted on one admission and skate ticket. NIGHT DON'T FORGET THE EL REY SISTERS NEXT WEEK. SAME OLD PRICE y. I A or three thousand years. We call it Martin, last week' Insure in Mis.-e- s Edna and May GaiubiK' a change of civilization, but before jiouuay. STROTHER'S Tue.-daMr. William Adams ami wife and jr,.. jesic Hazard and brother weie in Winchc-le- r, this happens the men tho men and Adcfc. Mr. oJe vi - i!cd Hun-o- n little daughter, Several from here attended the women have become ditTeicut. TCiej Gambue. Sunday. OLD AHridge's family. Sunday. 3ris Mildred Raglarid visited her Gravcjt Lewis sale, last Thursday. tear down their old religions and Adams and daughter , grandparents, Sir. and Mrs. G. X. Mrs. Ida Mr. G. A. Abner is visiting his old institutions as they cast off FIRE INSURANCE AND aunt, Mrs. James Patrick, at this their old elothes, because they are REAL ESTATE AGENCY writing. worn out, because they no longer fit. Kfflce Fraternity Bide., Ptons 18S Miss Rosa Brock visited his sister, And scientists may give what exThis coupon and five cents will admit any Mis. Lee Ruber, hist week. planations they can about emigrascholar attending any of the schools in Winchester Arvil Aldridge and Arnold Adams tion and migration's being the JlOO.QfQ Capital visited Tom and Robert Gamboe, causes, but ov me, I believe the old Sunday. brown, grass- - haired mother of . Undivided Profits. 200.000 Mrs. ElizabetSi RUon visited hei all has much to do with the metachildren on Four Mile, last week. morphosis of men and nations, ju-,- t SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 3rd- as she got i id of her mastodons and $100 PER PLATE ichthyosauri when the time came for elephants and asses. I do not Bring this Coupon. was paid at a banquet to Henn any kind of animal, human or Clay, in New Orleans in 1842 ireaturc. would remain true to type Mighty costly for those with stom WINCHESTER. KY. forever, not even if it were scque-ere- d Todaj ach trouble or indigestion. absolutely from outside influpeople every where use Dr. Kins'.-Neences. There is something in the N. H. WITHERSOON. Life Pills for these troubles queer things that the angels did not as liver, kidney and bowel dis plant that grows and changes in President. orders. Easy, safe, sure. Only 2 W. R. SPliAR. -- pitc of all g'ods and all angels. It cents at All Druggists. Cashier. wouldn't surprise me at all if eventually a horse got an extra pair of THE ANGELS OF THE ears next to his tail, or if men developed eyes in the backs of their he;uw SEED BAGS 1 do not say that I'd want to drive This perfection in every detail enables the (I5y Corra Harris, author of "Tht iich a horse or live with such a SOLICITS YOUR "Boss" to accomplish what no other maman, but they may exist. Circuit Rider's Wife.") ACCOUNTS. chine has done. There is one thing in the Genesb NOTICE account of creation that has BLOOHINGDALE. I itjnmcs loners uomc 4i t -- Hcatha ami Adah, visited f at Mr. - LOST $.V in money at L- - & X. depot, lieturn to this oflice and re at ceive reward. S. O Reed. 1-- vi-it- ed RELIABLE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Ic a werd fsr a slnjk mtsruae. Sc a mri for llire tcnicr.'tJvf Ir 1 -- at tartloRs. ... t t. yiv. a wonI i Br aos? hvuhh When in want of flowers, Jnsist sertlon. I Go a word per atentfe. upon having home grown flower3, Scattered InMrtlcns, Is p wsr po thereby keeping your money in your A. -tf FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Tsland Red pullets and cockrels. Home phone 813-- - . --ir.1- Insertion. The Lyric Theatre, u-- tfsthing Inserted far im tkaa tcr cents, Nothing chars e far less than 25 cents. TRACY AND home circles. POOLE -tf & PURLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. THE bc-'io- Winchester Bank I STOREY FOR SALE 500 shocks of good corn. A. barrel to the shock. J. H. Croston, Home phone 813-l-1- FOR RENT. Gocd hotel or private boaiding house with fourteen room.---, bath- -, gas and all modern coir, anience-;- . Just off of Alain street, in center of city, very best location in Winchester. Price right. tVroom Hat, 2 square from Main street: all modem convenience. per month. Price 1(5 Storeroom or oflicc building on firft floor, has two nice rooms with modern conveniences, about 1--2 from Main street. Price .flO per month. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES 1-2-:- & r: FOR RENT WASHING MACHINE. BOSS ll a. in Hot Steam heated. and cold running water. Singly Woodson Moss, or in suites. manager. Oilice room Brown-Proctori- FOR SALE A feather bed. Apply to 354 Boonie avenue or llnie phone 774. J. M. STEVENSON Attorney-at-Law ' Winchester, Ky. 60 S. Main St. E. E. LO0MIS Greasy overalls and children's dirty clothes are washed 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 flttnsj, can be injured in the least. The wringer is attached directly to the "Boss." alway.-impresse- d FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) PUBLIC SALE OF LAND ' On Monday, ! February 5, 1912, Bourbon County Court Day, - ' (Stade. x S Prewitt's farm of 243 acres lying near Cane Ridge, Bourbon county, Kentn.tky. 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.-Thfarm is in an excellent neighborhood, convenient to school and church, and is on a rural mail route. d cash in The sale will be made on the following terms : d in one year, and hand on making of deed, ia two years from that time, with interest at six per cent per annum, lien to be preserved 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 ten-acre I will offer at public sale at the Court house door in Paris, Ky., Mrs. L. H. One-thir- one-thi- rd one-thir- The sale will be made at o'clock, p. m. Any one desiring further information or to look over the farm may apply. on the farm, 'or to the undersigaed at Winchester, Ky., by" mail or '. n opeattes at runs, ivy. narus & r teiepnone, or in person, or 10 tt Possession .will be given, on March 1, 1912. 1 1 TT- -. DAVID PREWITT CEO. D.SPEAKES, Auctioneer. me. Those were great days when the light was pai'tcd from the darkness, and when tho eartl was divided between the laud and llu and o course a very great da .when Adam got up out of tilie du-- ! and sneezed. I have often wondcrec' why, with all the fotc days we havi invented since then, we never kecj tue-- c most memorial of all days Maybe we do when we keep the Sab bath. IJut too little is said about tho othc; part of creation. The animals, mal and female, created He them. An the trees; the corn, the flowers, tie; alno were ereated. Rut 1 have al ways liked to believe that after that first great creation little sowing an gels with their seed bags went out of Heaven and wandered over all t earth, planting it thick with the liv ing things of the soil, each kind ii the place it belonged according tc Mm and seasons' The frost angeb sowed edelweiss and firs on th mountain-top- s. d The warm palms and cacti in the trop ics. They all sowed corn aisl flowers. And to this day the descendants of those seeds spring year aftei year, the larkspur and goldenrod atic" roses. Oaks grow in 'the land.-whethe paradise acorns fell. The men migrated and died and sprang again in new countries, but the same flowers bloom, the same shadow's from the same kind of tree still spreaYl out at evening over the same kind of grass that srew there from the 'first sowing. A pine that wa; a pine in the. beginning is still faithfully evergreen, still loyal to the soil that made it and to the firs! angels that gave it. There are not enough BurUanks in creation to change the The earth real laws of vegetation is obedient about her own greei things. But the human products in any given locality change every I we The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'oe, will serve cows at $2.00, money due it time of service. B. A. OtiDliN. TEN NIGHTS IN k Auctioneer FOR SALE cr RENT Two--tMcEldowney Building. residence on East Hickman strcc:' Winchester, Ky. now occupicl bj-- Mrs. Pharis. In first class condition. Apply to W. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH H. Garner. Adm'r. FOR SALE A second-han- d upright piano; cheap for cash or on ca-- y cash payments. Apply to Mis Pearl Rutlttlgc. FOR RENT College room cottage on water, bath, electric lights and a garden: will rent at a bargain if rented at once. Apply to Mrs. I'ettic Anderson, Home phone 320. A (i Attorneys-at-Law COLDS VANISH El 01 A The Sensible Overnight Remedy Fcr ;!! Sensible People. Stupendous Motion Picture Production of The Famous Temperance Drama. 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. your stom-ic- h with pills, powders and vile no. .rums and still retain possession of hat terrible cold, do what thous-ind- s of sensible people arc doing. Do this: Into a bowl three quarters full ot boiling water pour a scant tcaspoon-'u- l of HYOMEI (pronounce it After you have up-ct lrTO t.D. tr. r -- mm PICTURE REPLETE WITH YtcJraSrat lift .riTOH High--m- e) .owel :he cover head and bowl with ,a and breathe for live minutes soothing, healing- - vapor thai PATHOS AND COMEDY FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, the best on the market; yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. struction Company. 11-28- -tl Clark County National BANk Accoezcb o irises. onc.-plante- re Then go to bed and awake with a You have seen the play, dear head in the morning. 'HYOMEI now see the picture. ladies or WANTED Canvassers, Iocs not contain opium, cocaine or gents, with experience. Apply at my harmful drug. A bottle- of Farmers' Hotel, after 8 a- - m. Inhalent costs 50' cents at First Performance 7:45 Second Performance 9:00 Tuesday. Phillips Drug Store and druggists jverywhere. Guaranteed for caRENT 10 days only tarrh, asthma, croup and catarrhal Winchester Opera House, FOR SALE OR 1 mile from Winmy small fann. deafness. Thurssday, February 1, '12 chester on the Ruekerville pike. Has all modern improvements. Winchester Monument Works. Possesion given at once. J. II. P. H. Jackson, proprietor. Admission 10c -tf HY-3M- FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phone 232. MtrcMi, Fimri - ukI CaibcUigt Traders StHclM- Mi h AH tm. Opital and Surplus $350,000.00 Otnet e.o.d.-l-2G-- 3t Newberry, Tenn phone. 1G4. HoatrnoatTN. Hm 'jWx FURS! FURSH FURS!!! Cash. 1 and CilRE-niEUJSiCSS- ! Will pay you the Highest Prices for your Furs. mmu. I FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A house DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. tttOt Tarn JfcEMowy MMtof and 10 acres in grass. J. II J. w: UISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, Hotm Phone 596. ll-lS-4- Kir Croston, Home phone S13A. WINCHESTER. KY. DRINK ASOALITRROATAND UJSGTROUBltS! GUAftANTD SATt'SfACTO.Ry SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS- - Thursday LOST At the dance evening' a pin with topaz setting rame. Liieral refcind tfjigree ward if returned to Mrs. J. M. Pickrcll. "MORE THAN WET" r.