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; ' aSllisawka. Okla.. Jan. l.-For I
Jan. 1. For
ilic-murdcr of a white. farmer living
near Muldrew, twelve miles east of
here, and a tnibsequent assault on
Mrs': Casey, a negro named Turner,
was taken Sunday morning from the
jBasey home where'Iic lay in a drtmk
k'n stupor and hanged.
Turner, to reach Muldrow, had
alolcn an Iron Moiintr-'n rialroad
ill gin c from the ronndhoie at Yan
lurdcn, Ark., on Saturday evening
jjid driven to Muldrew, Okln., -where
it' was derailed by the station agent,
Who had been .advised of its coming.
Jnrner two miles further n, reached
gasey'shbmc at which he applied
pl&d ffo'iultni.-.sion, pleading, that he
Has -half frozen. (Mr. Casey let him
fnHo sit by tlic fire and returned to
bed.f-rfitciVTurner it is declared,
Miirdercd'Casey as he lay -asleep,
ijsing, an axe t-hnt he 'had stolen in
teei'dij .entry .'way rtn'd then over
pp&'pijed Mrs. Casev.
the black fell asleep Mrs.
Gasey made her way to Mnldrew in
her night clothing and told of the
crimes. A posse was formed quick
ly and found the negro sleeping as
Mrs. Casey had described him"
Our Cbanks and Greeting p
, ,Ulc mant
you lo accept our hearty Wanks and? appreciation for your
patronage, and hope for your continued good will.
Cbe new Year
has many good things in store for you, and may it be one of
peace and gladness, and may your Joys multiply
as your ycarsincrcasc.
may the Sun
bless your efforts in crcrv direction. Wishinsr ran a most
happy and prosperous New Year,
am, Yours truly,
wish you a happy and pros
perous New Year and ex
tend thanks to one and all
for past favors.
Trusting- our efforts to
please, will merit a continu
ance of your patronage. We
Hutsell & Smith
THE LEADING SHOE STORE
Above is fchowu the picture of the
handomc new Central Baptist
church, as it will look when com-
pletcd. ,The building is being erected
DEATH IN ROARING FIRE
may not result from, the woik ol
firebugs, but often cvere burns are
caused that make a quick need for
Bncklen's Arnica Salve, the quick-
on the corner of Maple stree.t and
The outside work on the church is
practically completed, although some
et, surest cure for burn, wounds,
bruises, boils, sores. It soothes and
heals. Drives oft skin eruptions, ul
cers or piles. Only 25 cents at
The Winchester Drug Company.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
Will pay you the Highest Cash
Vices for your Furs.. '
J. W. H1SEL M,
Bridge Junk Shop.
No. 23 North Maple st.
East Tennessee Phone- 215, Ilotm
Phone 590. ' ll-18-4mo
Only 'registered pharmacists haiir
die your perswiption atthe Brown
Hioctoria. .Pharmacy... Ab?o)jitc ac
curacy guaranteed. The. store of
A HUNGARIAN HERO.
By A. W. MACY.
Hungary boasts cf several na
tional heroes, but none of them
has a finer record for bravery
than Miklos Zrinyl. He fought
many a battle in behalf of his
country, but the supreme hour
of his life came at the close. On
August 5, .1506, with 3,000 gal
lant followers, he took refuge in
the little fortress of Sziget, and
defended it against a great Turk
ish host, led by Suleiman, the
Magnificent in person. For four
weeks the siege went on, the
Turks furiously assaulting the
little fortress again and again.
Finally, on September 7, the
little Hungarian band, or what
was left of it, led by Zrinyi,
rushed out upon the Turkish
host, determined to cut their
way through or die In the at
tempt. They died, every man of
them, Zrinyi the first of all. But
It was an expensive victory to
the Turks, for it cost them twen
ty thousand lives.
(Copyright. 'M1 by Josep V Borates.)
Human Sacrifices Still.
In some parts of Syria the peasants
believe that doctors and druggists
have a right to kill one man and one
woman every year to make medicines
out of their bodies. A druggist whose
establishment was boycotted because
he was thought to have tried to mur
der a boy, brought suit against the
boy's parents for their Interference
with his trade, but he received no
damages, as it was recognized that the
adults were believers In the old super
stition. Fad of Shoe Collecting.
A girl in Radcliffe college has an In
teresting collection of shoes or slip
pers from every country tn which she
has traveled, including the gold and
silver slippers of Russia, the patent
leather of Germany, the embroidered
slippers of the Tyrol, and a large col
lection of wooden shoes.
Longevity of Belgian Women.
It is interesting to note that longev
ity among Belgian Women is remark
able and that their length of life is
superior to that of male Belgians
While Brussels has 65 old men of
eighty-five to ninety years of age and
only ten male nonagenarians, she pos
sesses no fewer than 184 women
whose" ages are between eighty-five
and ninety, 30 between ninety and
ninety-five years and six of over ninety-five
years of age.
time yet will be needed before the
building is ready for habitation.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
Will pay you the Highest Cash
Prices for your Furs..
J. W. mSEL
Bridge Junk Shop,
No. 23 North Maple st
East Tennessee Phone 215, Homt
Phone 506. ll-18-4mc
IORNING Rtory ht my window
' satisfies mc more than all the
metaphysics or books:
Wisdom Is ofttimes' ' nearer when wc
Etoppk than when we uoar. ....
SMALL CAKES. ,;'.
These little cakes arc always sea
sonable to serve witlj a cup of. tea or
cocoa or an ice. ' The housewife '-who
has a supply of these cakes Is ' pre
pared to serve -a light repast Jon" short
Lady Fingers. Beat the yolks of
six eggs until thick, add three-fourths
of a cup of powdered sugar and con
tinue beating. Add the grated rind
of a lemon and the whites of the egg?
stiffly beaten. Cut and fold in a cup
of flour sifted with a half teaspoon ol
salt. Drop on a buttered sheet, using
a tablespoon and spreading two light
ly together to form a fingei.
Cream puffs or eclairs are not dif
ficult to make- and. the fillings may be
varied, giving a variety of cakas.
Cream Puffs. Melt a half cup ot
butter In a cup of toiling water. Let
it boil, then add a cup of. flour, all at
once. Stir and cook until it leaves
the sides of the pan. Take from the
fire, cool and add three eggs, one at a
time, beating hard after adding each
egg. Drop by spoonfuls on a buttered
sheet and bake thirty to forty inin
utes. Test them by lifting .from the
pan. If' they seem light they are
done. When cool split at the side and
remove the soft doughy mixture be
fore filling. Sweetened whipped
cream Is used for filling or a chocolate
sauce and the top is then brushed with
Sand Tarts. Cream a half cup of
sugar and egg, two cups of flour, two
teaspoonfuls of baking powder, , a
fourth of a teaspoonful of salt. Roll
and cut with a doughnut cutter,
sprinkle with sugar mixed with cin
namon, and decorate with three halves
of almonds, placed equal distances on
the tart. Bake eight minutes.
Creoles. Beat three e,ggs and a hall
of brown sugar, a half teaspoonful of
salt and three-fourths of a cup of flour,
a few grains of cayenne and a cup
and a half of pecan nuts. Fill small
fluted patty pans half full and deco
rate with a pecan. Bake twelve to
He I notice you call a great many
of your acquaintances cranks. I hope
you do not consider me a crank. She
Certainly not! A crank is a person
with one idea, and I never heard any
body accuse you of having one.
Percy Noodles says that the reason
be doesn't like his new boarding house
is because the landlady has already
buried two husbands and has taken off
her mourning .since he came. Galves
In iM compart rfttmnr f rateable and later
fsfln; information. roaiptrtr uMoitf Ubrtry
In lrlf. w3 flrtl acturatr partlcn'ar of lb
S e?ia jwlon t Cotistpw th election. cen
ta:iti-tnd romiMrionv rcrlyrnrlt0 the Panaau
1'anal. ma: kit. inn. increase in iricw of;plt
imparts. rot of linns arriil achievements,
i.., .f t tifl r.e. p!or
jlton inJ innorations of 1011. wars, international
:s?iefnenct atjf otiti (rreatf tii:?n?aJ eitaU.
irbvith . f the lnl:e! tate-t." 'ntreannjpoprtla
Jinf jmk! w-alrh f oKwtrifs.. State aid manlci--M
lit if. njrM'3i! rrrrHa. xirtins recorja.
rr."ti;.j. I2N sad ci;a"4iirc. weaC" fartcatiw
"inireMile ani c!i-oI. relom orders. Indo
trir. o?i3:r-e. ra trnatK M;ijinE. debt! uf
na:inn. amif axl navM cf t!j world, banking.
tcniey. tats, irwtrar.re, T.::tial parties. ccet
orfctifs. club, liut-i icarwajs deforces anj
IfaTli. lra-nan 'iiffrase antl
lO.OtMl Oliirr I'nrt nnd I Inures t'p o Dale
j( trr day ia;el an.l tahw lo eterybody.
No merrhant. farmer, laborer. hiwine man,
nmewiTt or bu4neM uooian. school oj or vtuuJ
Sirl shonlJ te witlicut a copy of Hie valuable. 1912
rfff.-cire tolume cf n.efnt infomution, I'rise
25r. I Yet of Buffalo and lMtsburgi. 30c) Mj
tsall. ICc Addre Tim Xew York "World. Nc
HD AIL THROAT AHD LUNG TROUBLES
Off MOI!Y REFUNDED.
LEXINGTON AND EASTERN
No. 11 No. 3
Lv. Quicksand, Ky. . .
a. m. p. m.
0. & K. Junction . .
Beattyville Juct. Ky
Campton, Juct., . .
Clay City, Ky. ...
L. & E. Junction . .
'Winchester,- Ky. . .
Lexington, Ky. , ,
I No. 2
.v. Lexington, Ky ... 1 :!fi (7 :2(
Winchester, Ky. .. 2:17 ,8:0i
L. & T3.- Junction . . 2 :35 8 :1S
Clay City, Ky; ... 3:05 8:50
Campton Juot. ..3:47 9:27
. Torrent, Kyi 4:04 9:44
Beattyville Juct ; . 4:25 10:04
Ath6l, Ky.!,' .. .. 4:52 10:30
0. & K. Junction . "5:19 1057
Jackson, Ky 5 :2o J 11 :05
u. Quicksand, Ky. .. ll:25
LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will make
ionnection at Lexington with the L
N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will
nake connection with the L. & N. at
r.exington for .Cincinnati, Ohio.
CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos
1, 2,i 3 and 4 will make connection
with Mountain Central Railway to
and from Campton.
BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make connection
with the L. & A. Railway for Beatty
ville. 0. & K. JUNPTI0N Train- Nos. 2
3 and 4 will make connection with
Ohio & Kentucky Railway fo: Canne!
City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations.
General Passenger Agent
LiUISVILLE & NASHVILLE
No. 87 Cincinnatj-KtorviQe local
1055 a. m.
Wo S3 Cincinnati-lncfcttonvillt
limited, 10:52 a. m.
No. 9 Maysville-Stauford local
Tith Cincinnati rnnaprtinn Paris
arrives at 0:30; departs at. (5:35 p" m
No. 31 Cincinnati-Atlanta limited
11:22 p. m.
No. 34 Atlanta-CincinDati limitec
4:52 a. m.
No. 10 Stanf-,rd-VaysiIl Joca
lonnectine at Pari? for Oincinnat
due at 7:15, leaves at 752 a au
No. 38 Knozville-Cincinnat! lo
al, arrives 2:48; departs 2:53 p. hi
No. 33 JirtktwnvUlt'Cincru&lv
limited 5:37 p. m.
All are daily, except Nob. 8 anc
10, which are daily except Sunday:.
CHESAPEAKE ft H!8.
No. 26, Daily, Ex. Sun.
NTo. 22. Daily
Jo. 28, Daily 5k Son .
Jo. 24, Daily
No. 27, Daily, Ex. Son.
No., 21, Duly
fo. 25, Daily Ex Bob .
No. 23, Daily
. 9 10
, 4 15
Farms for sale, Houses
and Lots for sale or
A specialty ,of
BLOOMFIELD & W
AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK.
Matinee every day from 2 to 5.
Admission 10c, Skates free.
Night 7 to 10. Admission 10c,
Particular attention to Ladies.
Beginners taught free from 10
to 12 A. M.
Bloomfield 6c Ratlif f Props
D. B. SCOBEE, Mgr.
r. r tatvs
Establish a4 IMS
1 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers
and Traders Solicited;
Collection: Mb on All Pc:nts.
DR. SAM CAYWO 3D,
2nd Floor McEWowney B!d,
' Eourj I tol2,ltS
OHlct Fhonu Rntdeoca
oat Mi E. Tcsl 29 'Banc M-E.Tcaa.ll
Lexington Laundry Company
can save tyou' express on Dry
' Cleaning which is our speciality.
' " ' R. SID ELK IN;
f,.,.t , Agent.
tome Fuoae IH. Office Htmri j 9t"4M
DR. M. L. MYERS.
Filth Floor .McHdownoy Boildls.
PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH
5th Floor McEldowncy Building
Capital - SlOO.CrO
Undivided Profits. S20O.C00
W. R. SPHAR.
DR. RALEIGH B. MILLER
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon.
Located at Gaines' Livery Stable
on West Broadway. .Calls answered
- Beth Phones 390. 7e.o.d-lw
le i ward far a stafk Mvtofc
2e a ward (or tferaa Mm lfr
Vic a wortf fir aaca tUMmtt la-.
10c a WM-ti par BMflta.
Scattered htnrtloM. Is par vari par
(latMag (nurtai far laaa Ikaa fta
caats. SisfalRf eaargatf aa aaakr
far iac than tS eaah. , ;
TRACY AND STOKELY
FINE FARM FOR SALE
145 acres; 10 miles from Win
chester, on good ike. Has good
residence of 9 rooms; all necessary
outhuildings; one tobacco barn 14 lx
5G; one tobacco barn 44.C0; good
stock barn; black smith shop, etc.
Has gcod young orchard; well
fenced and watered; most all tobac
co land; in fact, there is no better. ..
farm in Clark county and an ideal ,
home, being in one of the best
neighborhoods and close to school
and church. Price right.
J Office in ifcEIdowney Building
Lo 37 Pair nose glasses on street
Return to C. C. Robbins, this of
fice and receive reward. . !2-30-3t
WANTED to exchange thirty-six
shares in the II.Tan Gasoline En
gine Co-, for shares in the Burley
Tobacco Co. I'Ji:tve no advantage
of yen. I have never seen a state
ment of cither f them. T. C.
FOR SALE or HIRE A team and
wngon.'-IIome phone 759. ' '
FOR. RENT Five room'cottnge near
in. Apply to Judge J. 11. Evans;
HOUSE f OR -RE;NT Si.x roqms
with gas and -water.-Apply.tnL.
II." Sympsob, corner Maplo 'and
liickman street!. ''l2-29it
' r-r- r-;-
F0R:.SALE or RENTp-27 3-4 acres
of excellent land, modern. improve
ments, all new; l'mile from? Win
chester on Rucken'ille pike J.'H.
Newberry, TS. Tennl pho'ne, 104:
WANTED Management of small
farm by all-round man and wife;
good trucker and experienced in
extensive poultry raising. Salary
or per-share-compensation. Write
Alfred Atkinson, Winchester, Ky. .
FOR SALE Household furniture.
! Apply to Ira Tanner,. CO Winn av
FOR SALE Timothy and clover
hay; either in small 'or" large
qnantities. 31. -"Miller,--city.
FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, the
best on the market ; yards on West
Broadway. Clark County Con
struction Company. ll-28-t
FIRE INSURANCE AMD
REAL ESTATE A6ENCY
vfflM Fraternity Sla Pbww IIS
HI SAM JETT
F O R
m JEn WHISKY Mi L1QS KEI
Bait m The Market
Bring Your Furs, Hides A4
Ail kinds of Metal to CHAS.
ZIGMAN Junk shop at Wainscett 4
Court, North Main street, ami
get the Highest Cash Prices.
J. M. STEVENSON
89 $ Matin St WtocfcwiTj Ky