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WAINSCOTT WINS In a friendly game of checkers between Mr. 0. Lee Wainscott and Mr. Gus Hunt, at the headquarters of the Fire Department Friday afternoon, the result was a victory for Mr. Wainscott of 3 to 1. KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1912. i 2 CENTS . A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK ' NEW LINE THROUGH WINCHESTER FACT ALMOST AN ASSURED toprts Are to Tie Effect That The Present Line Will be front Paris to Double-Track- ed Winchester DEEP SNOW AND Master Thomas Douglas, son of Mr. James Douglas, employe of the WINCHESTER C. & 0. railroad, while playing under MACHINERY the L." & E. Bridge one day during the Tecent warm weather found more than sixty tadpoles. Master DougBreathitt County Murderer is Lodged las presented them to Is Installed by Mr. G. L. Wainscott, his teacher. In Fayette County Jail Over Night, In His Roxa-KoFaciei y in Ania PASSES MORE TADPOLES THROUGH VERY LATEST BOY ARRESTED FOR ss -- 1 1 TRAIN HOPPING ! Earl Salyers. a young white boy. was arrested Saturday night for hopping a train in the C. & O. yards was given a suspended fine of $10.10. Chief McCord states that he is determined to break up the practice of train hopping. And Then Taken to Eddyville. FOR THE BENEFIT ticipation of Summer Business. of improving the grade of the road. EXTREM E The new track will be built on the right side of the present track from Paris to Bedford Station. At that Youngsters Are Busy Skating And point the road will diverge to the Sleighbeils May Be Heard. light of the present ti;ack, passing through the lands" of Dr. Frank Plumbers Working Overtime. Fithian, Joseph Clay and others, reFor the first time this winter the luming to the old track at Ivscondi-dgionnd is covered with several inXear Austcrlitz it again diverges fiom-thold line, through the prop- - ches of beautiful snow and while city of Mrs. Robert C. Talbott and the snow wn falling the temperature o'thers, returning to the old track at was also on the toboggan. The. ponds are frozen for the first Hcnick Station, the greatest divergence from the present road bed be- time and lovers of skating are Hocktween Austcrlitz and llenlck being ing to them to enjoy Old Winter's about eight bundled feet. These choicest gift and perhaps a fall changes in the line for the pur- also. The reservoir is frozen over but not pose of cutting out some heavy hard enouiih to permit of skating. grades which materially hinder the The roa.ds are in fine condition for hauling of heavy freight "rains. Mr. sleighing and the merry jingle of S. Brooks Clay, of Bourbon, will undertake the task of securing the sleigh bells all day Sunday and Monchanges will be made in the line from necessary for the pro- - day proclaimed that many 'were not afraid of Winter's blasts. Paris to Winchester for the purpose posed changes in the road But It Ii all Winter's reports and by the men under him. Mr. Walden pleasures no one is getting as much JUDGE BEN B. LINDSEY has made good with the road. Sev- fun out of it as the plumber's, who en years ago he was made a night have been kept busy ever since the TO DELIVER ADDRESS watchman in the local yards. One change, repairing the bursled water year hence he was promoted as pipes. As a result of the freeze Third Number of K. W. C. Lecture Chief Special Agent, and when the i:pes are frozen and btirsted all over tho'cify. Course Will Be Given at Opera old C. C. and L. was taken over by The coldest time of the winter was the C. and 0. his territory was exHouse, Saturday Evening, January Mr. Walden's force consists reached Sunday morning when the tended. 13 at 8 O'clock. of T. S. Stewart, E. II. Puryear, J. thermometer registered 0 degrees bedouble-tracke- d, a. That Winchester will gei the proposed new line to be run to the coal fields of Eastern Kentucky hy the L. & X Company is now almost an assured fact. It is reported that the North Middletowu loute, which was recently surveyed, has been abandoned and that the present line from Paris to Winchester will be thus giving to the L. & X. d a line from Cincinnati through Paris to Wincehster, and the extension into the coal fields will be made from Winchester instead of Pari. T5ie Commercial iClub has been very active in efforts to secure, this line and deserves much credit, now that the prospect for the success of the enterprise are so bright.'Tlie new road will be of untold worth to the merchants of Winchester and .all citizens. It is said some important double-tracke- ar right-of-wa- y , the night of the 13th of Janu- A. L. Spradling, C. Ryle, C. B. Smith. ary the third number of the K. W. C. George Dresselhauseiv J. 0. llarding-- J Lecturp Course will be given. The and William Kinsella. iMr. AYalden speaker will be .Judge Ben B. Lind- responded with tC nieej luncheon. sey and his addies will be made at the Opqra House. JAs a riBej any IS lectured 'or, entcriaiiimetit f Tjnde'r "DREAMY EYES" , On B. White, R. E. Simmons, H. E. Hull. low zero. moderation took night, and Monday morning at- TVclocK .the nic'rcury stood at 20 degree;; aliove. The coldest during tne 'night was 2 de' grees above.,-,.' rrtapTT'Sun'day - A very marked Preparing for the rush of business which he expects with the advent of negro named Sam Crawford at Snake summer, Mr. G. Lee Wainscott has HAS NARROW ESCAPE Valley, near Jackson, Breathitt Kings Daughters Are purchased several of the newest and EraJcavoring county, last September, and who was most machines, to be used to Organize Class in Cooking, to in the manufacture of his nroduct When Clothing Became Ignited, convicted of 'murder and sentenced And Roxa-Kol- a. to death in the electric chair passed be Instructed by Mrs. Johnson. Quick Work of Negro Employe The machines have arrived and through here Sunday afternoon on the L. & E. train, cu route to LexPrevented Serious Burns. They inThe Kings 7.un(frs ale prepar- will he installed at oni-c- . ington, where he was lodged in the ing to organize a class of pupil-- , in clude a Xew Majestic Carbonati.r Fayette county jail for safekeeping cooking to be instructed bvMrs. Xan- - with a capacity of 2,:"i()0 to :t,000 Penned in between heavy bales of unti I'Moiiday. when he was taken on nie Johnson, of Paris. The proceeds gallons of caibonated Roxa-Koper fence wire. .Air. T. J. Bradley, of the to Eddyville by Sheriff T. If. Hudson wil! be given to the fund for a hos- day of ten hours; a Vac Jac Cooliirai of Parrisli mid Bradley, narand Jailer A. A. Allen, who had pital in Winchester. There must be ing Coil which cools the water befoic rowly escaped horrible burns Moncharge of the primmer. a guarantee of 20 pupils at $.1 each it is carl ated; and a cooling cyl- day morning when a bucket of coal Bowiin wil pay the penalty for his for the course. Any one who desires inder which cools the water after it oil fell upon him and became ignited. crime on the morning of March 20, to become a member i.f the class has been carbonated. Mr. Bradley was in the basement AH the machinery is of high before sunrise, unless clemency is should notify Mrs. C. II. Recs before of the store on Wall street thawing and hae the lale-- t improve-nen- 's out the frozen water pipes, which are Bowlin is a extended. January 15. and inventions. character of Breathitt county, hav in miming the elevator, when Mrs-- . Johnson fonncily roiidueted ing confes-c- d to killing iwo men, and a bucket of coal oil which was susa cooking school in this city, and having been charged with several pended above him overturned ami matie a1 veiy lavoralile impression oiher murders in addition to numer- by her efficiency The oil saturated ?iis clothing. as an instructress ous charges of a minor character. and her attractive personality. tl CPAMT DDHCrWT 'lckly became ignited from a blow He was tried at the January term LLLunm pipe which he had in his band and The cause is very worthy. One of Circuit Court before Judge Anhis clothing was badly burned. He most crying needs is drew Kirk, and at the same term his of Winchester' for t hospital, and if the Kings Handsome Diamond Ring Given also received slight burns about the brother was convicted of manslaughhand and face and his hair was singDaughters, in their noble efforts, can ter in the same case. Away by Mr. C. H. Bowen is ed bv the flames. of the peoThe old negro, if is paid, was shot secure the ' Mr. Bradley was surrounded by Awarded Monday. ple, it will not be long in being realnein cold blood. Bowlin and the bales of high fence wiro and owitrg gro's son were engaged in a quarrel ized. Miss Genevieve Conway was 5ie to the small place in which he was when the old man came along and off- - confined,, could neither remove his .vinuer of the splendid pre-ctried to persuade his boy fo'go home red by Mr. C. II. Boweu, the pop- - coat nor get out in the open, Bowlin seemed to resent any inter- SHERLOCKO liar jeweler.. it:- - situation was ineriloiis iand ference and opened fire on the negro, Miss Conway chose the" diamond would no doubt have resulted .'more killing him instantly, three shots ing. place of AND WATSO diver valued at .?l."i.1 isin receiving the seriously, had net Tom Dedman; a't having taken effect in his body. tae colored employe, come to his assisservice, and ongratulations of her friend. tance. The colored man lifted him IT into the opfcri. jerked off his1 celat and EM Lliii Assistant Postmaster Robeit Ower f.tingiit-4had..thcflanies. i LILLY ON Ahtl Mr.. J. W. Chaney Figure ir OF THE WORLD OF THE HOSPITAL te la ca-lac- ity well-knou-- Eiwen Bolin, the yonng white man who shot and instantly killed an old T.J. iiiluliii nt ', Capture of Negro. Hold Meeting.at The Court House - , I collegemanagement is given in the college auditorium; but for this ensiba the Opera lipase was secured . J in" oVtfe'r' accommodate the people whom the distance prevented from attending at the college. for all Prices at the door will over 15 years of age, and 50 cents for those under. A special canvas, 1 1 however, of the town is to be made this week in an effort to dispose of To those the scats in advance. buying tickets in advance, the price.--, will be 75 cents for adults: 50 cents V for students, and 35 cents for children under fifteen years of .age. Judge Lindsey is known ell over the world as the "Kid's Judge." His great work among the boys of Denver has won him a lasting fame. His subject will be "The (Misfortunes of Mikcy." Judge Lindsey is one of the really great men of our country, and Winchester is to lie congratulated upon having a noted man to speak here. Jicscrved seats are on sale at Strode's Drug Store. All those folding tickets or tickets for single admission must present them at Strode's in order to get a reserved seat. Tuesday Night, Followed- by BanSONG ed. The pavements also were very -- lick and many got quet. falls, hut no serious ones were reported. Words Were Written by Mr. Harry The Modern Woodmen of the S.' Levy, of Quincy, III., With MuWoild will have a meeting on TuesDESIRABLE PROPERTY sic by Mr. Jack Stanley. day night, January !). at the Court House. State Manager J. II. BrewA new song, "Dreamy Eyes," writOn account of Mr. W. A. Curry er, of Louisville,, will be in attendten by Mr. Ilnrry'S. Levy, of Quincy, retiring fiv.m the Curry Dry Goods ance. Following the session, a lunch111., is attracting a great deal of atCompany to go West, I will disp jso eon will be served at .Vermilion & tention wherever it is heard. of my property on South .Main street Long's Tea Room. The words arc blight and catchy at a bargain if so!d at once. ConThe wives of the members arc inand the lilt of the tune is one long sists of eight room dwelling, modern vited to be present for the banquet, to be remembered. The song is beand convenient, stable large and ing sung at the several picture roomy, lot 130x150, fruit trees abun- as guest? of the Lodge. theatres in Lexington, where it wac dant. greeted by prolonged applause and MIS!. KATE KEYES. REV. GEORGE W. SHEPHERD much favorable comment. Mr. Howard Wills, who has been Mr. Levy is a popular writer of TO UNDERGO OPERATION music, and the song, "Dreamy Eyes" for some time at Denver, Col. has reis one of his prettiest and most suc- turned to this citv cessful efforts. At Gipson Hospital, in Richmond, The music is by Jack Stanley, a on Tuesday, For The Removal of clever composer, i HOWARD CONNER BEAUTIFUL day Monday a drizzling rain To fell and mueh of thi snow was meltAll i . v i - i e case; : Asi'stant Postmaster Robeit OwMC and Yr. J. W. Chaney pulled o(lW stunt Satin day night that will cause their names to go down in history .is str "ii enforcers of the law as wel as wi stlers in liie rrarnc uoicu class OE SMALLPOX !s Accused of Exceeding Speed Limit In The Country. Mr. Joe Estis SUCCUMBS T WILL RECOVER TUBERCULOSIS Mr. Willie Craycraft Dies Young Man of Wades Mill Neighborhood, Who Shot Himself, Now 1 at The Age Said to Be Out of Danger. Howard Ccnncr. the young Wades farmer, who shot himself a few days ago, it is now believed will recover. Young Connor carried a revolver, and in taking it from the holster, the. weapon whether accidental or intentional is not known, was discharged. The bullet enteied the left side above the heart going entirely through the body and coming out in the back. He lingered between life and death for several hours but his condition has taken a turn for the better and unless some complications occur he will soon get well. Conner is only twenty-thre- e years old and is the son of Zach Conner,, a wealthy fanner. Mill MR. S. I. WALDEN IS GIVEN BUDGE Former Winchester Under Him. Man is Given of 21 Years Mr. Joe May. at The Residence of Token of Esteem by Men Employed 5. Enquirer Sunday published the following notice of the presentation of a fine badge to Mr. 8. T. Walden, who was formerly a popular citizen of Winchester, "Chief Special Agent S. I. Walden, of the Cincinnati and Chicago division of the Chesapeake and Ohio, was presented Saturday with a fiuc badge and John Gray. The Cincinnati 'Mr. Willie Craycraft, aged 21 years, died Monday morning at 8 o'clock of tuberculosis at the residence of Mr. Joe May at 27 Taylor avenue. The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 at the residence by Revs. Byrd and Lyons. The remains will be buried in the Winchester cemetery. He was survived by- one brother whose home is in Oklahoma. "Vibe pallbearers will be as follows: Chas. Gary, Henry McDonald, Till May, Prewitt Cruse, Phoenix Jones Ab. ut 7:30 two negroes walked into the store of Mr. Jesse Owen on X. Main street, and while one negro wii' nakir.g a purchase, the other one Will Munry by name, it is charged picked up a cap from the counter stuck his old lid in his pocket, am put on the new bonnet. The negro waited around for several minute.-wit- h the cap on while the other his purchase and then the two walked out. 'Didn't thai feiitw ?teal that cap?'' a bystander asked Mr. Owen and Mr. Owen started after bis He caught merchandise. the negro bv the arm and called Mr. Owtn and Mr. Chancy to hold thr V.aik while he telephoned for the poa Fatty Tumor. lice. And they did but it was jiis 'ike trying to hold a buck sheep in a . Siiepheid Hcv. and .Mis. Geoige fence corner. will leave Tuesday morning for the "Tt'll be a cold day before two like Gipson Hospital, in Richmond, where you can take me to jail," said the Rev. Mr. Shepherd will undergo an black.. operation for the removal of a fatty "Right, you arc,' said Sherlockn tumor which has formed under his and Watso, "and this is that very right arm. day you spoke of." fThey had alThe operation, which is not con- ready started toward the jail. sidered at all serious, will be perThe negro was small but a life of formed Tuesday morning, and it is manual labor had made his muscles thought Mr. Shepherd will be com- like rocks. And when he commenced pletely recovered from the effects in wriggling, Gertrude Hoffman with her a few days. Cleopatra dance would have looked Rev. Mr. Shepherd is the popnlar like a frozen tree trunk. And the pastor of the Central Baptist church,' pavement was slipper-- . Ouch! The and while, as stated, the operation merchants from Mr. Owen's store to is to be very simple, the members of the postoffice didn't have to clean the his congregation and his many other snow off their sidewalk either. friends will be pleased when the orThe trio stmgglcrf, fell, wrestled, deal is ever. and squirmed until they got to the. postoffice where they met Chief of COUNTY COURT Police Woodson McCord, who had started in answer to the telephone Mr. X. II. Witherspoon qualified call. A shout of joy went up from astreasurer of the City of Winehes- - the two sleuths at least- - it wonld havfe-gonup only they couldn't hoi- e Bringing Suit. Hob Lilly, of Lev.ngton, the "hauffeur who collided with the wa-:driven by Mr. Joe last Tuesday, and who was lined .14.10 "n the. Police 'Court for speeding in ihe city limits, Im also lieen arrested on ' a charge of speeding in the "ouiiliy and will have to face trial 'a the County Court Tuesday aftei-'loo- u before Judge Evans. Mr.' Kstis, through his attorney. J. Smith Hays, is also bringing a suit for damages against Lilly and C. M. Stratton, owner of the Bayless Garage, to whom the car belonged. The chauffeur is said to have beat- t n the C. & O. noon train to this citv in a sensational race from l.c.xing- ton. A man, whose name is nn- known, having missed the train at Lexington went to the garage, hired run a car, and by a record-breakin- g beat the train to this city by a few minutes and boarded it. While returning to Lexington the chauffeur, Bob Lilly, collided with a wagon driven by Mr. Estis near MeConiuck's shop on the Lexingtnn ipifccL-athe iwas considerably ditched ancTMr.'-iHSibruised. on K-t- is, two-horse ml s The first case of small pox for several years has broken out ia thicity. The victim is Willie Wade, a colored boy, nineteen years of age. The boy has been lodged in the city jail for safe keeping. He is in tire back jKirt of the jail and as no other prisoners are close to him it is not thought that the prisoners will be endangered. Ur. Holmes, (colored) and, T)rs. Snmideii and Johnson' examined the patient and pionouneed the ca-s- as small pox. . TOO LATE TO CLASSffY i j THE LYRIC Counterfeit Roll. (Lubin.) (Melees.) Stolen Prey. I'or Miissa's Sake. (Pathee.) Matinee everyday 2 --'10 and 330. Don't miss "Tare or Two Cities," a three reel feature tomorrow afterXo advance in noon and night. price. A ! j FOR SALE A No. 4 Underwood - m typewriter in perfect condition; cheap. Inijuirc of O. C. Hardigg, George Drug Store. 3t The desire ofappearing to be persons of abllltiFeuten prevents our being so. TrulyiSald. have a few good 'buyers for farms. Thi.se actually wanting to 1 sell farms, call up C. E. Smitlt, Home 1 phone, 470. FOR SALE Four foot iron runner sled in excellent condition. Apply -lt !er. Murry was placed in durance vile, but the colored torops fought nobly. He was brought up for trial Monday morning in Judge Evan's court but FOR RENT Sixty acres of Xo. 1 Mnrry corn ground; clover sod. A MUM the case was continued. J. H and IG acres in claimed that he intended to buy the Croxton. Home plione 813A. gone out after a check cap and had with waich to pay for it. - . gra. -tf - ; ft"1 I- .y . EfV laii- .si...i - 4 , t . m ?sr! a NEWS -J c 45" s3 t - V- i TMIJIEHESTER IM-I- II Swth Main Street, Kantvcky. p5 ; "Entered as OaHy, Except Swriay. second-clas- s matter, .Xevetnber 28, 1908, at the postoffiee 3a Winchester, Kentucky, under the tot et March 3, 1879." Jt)i ' Phnes SmSCMPTION 91. RATES: ly MaiL Daily, one year Six Months Ose Month .. $3.00 1.50 .25 say nothing of its selling ont of its eld friends here to make new ones at Lexington it lost a lot of the public confidence. It is said thai ilr. James B. Iiaggin made FELIX it a condition of his going into the proposition that new the .c methods should cease and that Beloved Minister Sinks 4o His Last Clir.ilcy Berryman's presence o:i its Sleep ' at His Winter Home in executive committee is to see that Properly that guarantee is kepi. ' Clearwater, Florida. conducted and without the secrecy n regime of that marked" the Lexington, Ky., Jan. 8. Rev. Dr. LeEus the movement ought to W. H. Kelix, former pastor of the but the farmers of Kentucky Baptist church of this city, and lawill never again go into any combiter of the David's Forks church of nation that brings to a few men high the county, died at 3 o'clock Satursalaries that the growers must pay, day afternoon at his winter home in no matter how much they may get Clearwater, Fla., where heMiad splent for their tobacco. his winters for the past few years. t1 one-ma- Payable in Advance. rtlS' PAPER RW UESCtiTCD iVR f ADVERriSING BY THE JUDGE BEN LINDSEY Olit-lG- t PLANTERS' WAREHOUSE TO OPEN TUESDAY Under order of the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, I am retailing the stock of Rosa Frank, Bankrupt, at absolute cost. Sale beginning EJ21 lfc&&&ZEEE& NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL TriC PRINCIPAL CIT1E.' GENERAL. OFFICES IURLEY BOOKS ARE OPEN The books of the Burley Tobacco Society, closed under the administration of Clarence LcBus to mortal gaze,, except to the select few, have been opened in the Federal court at Cincinnati and what they show makes plain the reason for the enormous expense to the tcbacco growers of selling the pooled tobacco to the trust and the independents, some of whom "squealed" on the deal. According to evidence given in the trial at Cincinnati Thursday the orators of the Burley Society were an expensive bunch. One- - of them got a thousand dollars a month, two got five hundred dollars a month and twenty-fiv- e of them were paid $250 & month; each. Pretty stiff prices for the man m jeans lo pay for oratory. YesT When the Burley' Tobacco Society went on v splurge with its $15,000 salary to Mr. LeBus and the other little incidentals mentioned above, to Ben Lindsey in his sphere is our greatest American citizen. Two visits to Denver has enabled us to leain from first hands thcr work that he has done there. His first efforts was to abolish the graft that existed in oonnfy and municipal affairs. lie then turned his attention to reforms in the courts. In that work he has made thousands of good citizens that would otherwise have been criminals. He has been fought by both parties and by a combination of parties, but he has won by the voice of the people He stands today the leading re former of America. WTo understand that he lectures at the Opera House in this city Saturday night. Every man that believes in tho uplift of1 humanity should be present. R. R. PERRY. FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS About 300,000 Pounds of Tobacco Will Be On The Market And A Big Sale is Expected. The Planters' Warehouse, will open its sales Tuesday morning at o'clock. S) mm. mm goods. They have for sale 300,000 pounds of tobacco and a big sale is expected. MRS, SCOBEE'S CONDITION IS QUITE SERIOUS Physicians at the S.t. Joseph's' Hospital found after a thorough examination of Mrs. J. W. Seobce, of this city, who is a patient theie, that an operation could not be performed. Mrs. Scobee became ill some weeks ago. She suffered no pain, her excessive weakness became more proJ uounced. each day. It was thought she wasi'a victim of gall stones, and she', 'was taken" "tor j (Lexington week, ui r an o'neration. i TT 1 '! l.lJiJU. and continuing for 10 days. Every article in the store must be converted into cash at once. The stpek consists of Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters and all kinds of furnishing 5 I f blow with terrific force at the far north and play havoc with the skin, causing red. rough or sore chapped hands and lips, that need Bncklen'.s Arnica Salve to heal them. It make; the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled t t i" found to 1 an incurable grovt(, nji also bruises and pile? for cold-ore- s, Onlv 25 cents at All Druggist. 3Irs. Scobee will be brought 4V oaie,!!' as soon as the weather-wil- l permit. T1,c Lewis R. Hampton, Receiver. A H. Sympson, Manager. GEO. FOX, i ;. Salesman Misses ELKIN and REID, Sales Ladies ONLY A FEW DAYS Only a few more days and our SALE will be over and you will lose money, if you don't buy now. We will save you big money on every thing carried by us. Come in and ask to ladv are much worried cibout her but vet hope it is not sn ' We grave as is feared. eon-ditio- n, svtoMiftiaijfSfJyt Cur Reputation and Money are Back t Jp.iy iliiriiigi for all inc medicine used the' trial, if our remedy fjiiU ii!r tt uuf HirtrnMirii If i miVi!! i Boston, iSfass., Jan. 8 The lle-- . Clarence V. T. Kicheson confe-jse.- . ir, guilt of the murder of his forni'.'r practical test? sweetheart, Avis Linnell, of Hvannis, A most scientific, common-sens- e in a document made public by hi treatment, is Rexall Orderlies, which counsel Saturday. The confession are eaten like candy. 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Take this harmless Compound as directed, with the knowledge that th ere (is no other medicine anadc any where else in the world which will cure your cold or end Grippe anisery as promptly and without any other assistance or bad after-effecas a package of Pape's Cold Compound, which any druggist in the world can supply. ts nt see our SmiLlt WMm cut out chassis This is the same kind of chassis, lighted and driven by electricity, exhibited at the New York, Chicago and other big Automobile shows. It shows all the working parts anybody can understand the machinery. Every Automobile owner and driver and everybody interested in Automobiles cordially invited. It is a liberal Automobile education. Talks at 2:00 p. m. and,7:30 p. m. There is no charge for admission. At J. R. Martin's Coal and Supply Co. HE jjWO UinOIQ SH0WN BY Mm of a A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. r SPECIAL BARGAINS that we have put on SALE for a few days. ZELINER-BLOOMFIELD 25-ce- CLOTHING CO. (Incorporated.) ?! i r" To warn peojile of a fearful fore.--t fire in the"Catskills: a young girl rode horseback at midnight and saved many lives. Her deed wa glorious ( but lives are 'often saved by Br. King's New Diseorvery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption or pneumonia. "It cured me of a dreadful cr.ugli and lung disea.-e.-" writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex., "after four in our family had died with consumption, and I gained After three years' research we have 87 pounds." Nothing so sure and conclusively demonstrated that qui- safe for all throat and lung troubles. nine is not effective in tho treatment Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bot-t- ic of colds or grippe. free. Guaranteed by nil Driigri.st? WINCHESTER FRIDAY, JAN. INCORPORATES r 12, 1912 COMPANY. KENTUCKY AUTOMOBILE 95,1 Third Street Louisville. AT HOME Dr. D 146 West Main Street, Lexington. mcd-via n: lleKiiiley.- - 3t Only the purest and freshest ieines on sale at the Brown-Proeto-1 Pharmacy the store of quality, - if. fir . V-- Pim Thm. KM- - IEV. CHAS. W. WELSH Many of those who made the of Rev. Chas. XT. AVelsh. who conducted a series of meetings at the Washington Street Presby- te.i.1.1 eimreh four vears n?o. will b? glad to know that the brilliant a J cnthusiastie young evangelist is now managing editor of the New York Observer, the oldest and most influof the ential of the publications Presbyterian ebruch. , iArr. Welsli, since his sojourn he-cspent two years in lic seminary at Chicago. He gave great promise in the evangelistic field, bnt by hi? energy and judgment will no doubt do yeoman service- for his Shinier in thi new field. ftTSinWII WRt - cussnEDcom CLASSIFIED AtVDITI le 1 ward tar a steak J2c a WCrf ! JEWELER C H. BO WEN CI .von, 3 77 ARTIS & CO ! Sri' " fir tfifM c JWt!07J3. YzC. - t 1 srsri far OPTICIAN J !nV,h a worti par atonta. Scattered InttrUeas. Is aar IGc srticn. wtri iW ttfothloQ Insarted c: o - ETY Air. and Airs. fcr tm aaa taa Kiits, Kcfhiro chsrssi oa for lass than 25 cants. MY AND STOKEY FOR RENT Aliss .Mary Elkin Hart visited in Mr. an;l tMrs. Wan en Elkin arc Lexington, and attended "The Pink being congratulated on Hie arriva! Lady." Fine Son if an cJevcn-ponn- d Saturday J. 'A Shaw and Further Reduction NOTICE . The fine Jersey bull, P.illy fiood!o.-will serve cows at $2.00, money due at time of service. B. A. OGDEM. - li(e f Ji Co or &in:. stow room on Main tvri, best location n the city. right. BQTII PHONES Office in McEldowney Building rooming, Ralph (Say. 1 Mrs. T. L. Xnnan and daughter. Shaw. They will leave soon to Catherine ami Misses Xell I'arri.-d- i make their home in Fort ortll. i.iid Mnymo Donahue Texas. and friends in Lexington last tAIr. Alillard Seearcc has returned week to Pewcc Valley, after a visit to his Clir. and Aire. Geo. 0. Te'ulw, of sister, Airs. G. W. West. AVinehester and Air. and Air-- :. K. L. Air. and Airs. Frank Hensley and Alayluw, of Danville, were anions little daughter, of Corbiu, will return the automobile tourists wlio spent home (Monday, after a visit to relaSaturday in town having their matives here. rlines at the Phoenix Garage. Air. Alr.and Airs. Win. Lunsfonl, of suid Airs. Tebbs uiie over for the Someivet, are guests of the hitter's matinee performance of "The l'ink sister, Aliss Eva Gilkey. Lady," while 3Ir. and dlrs. Maybe ip Mrs. J. S. Dills is ill at liar home was purely a business one. on Washington street. Air. J. W. Scobce and daughters (Airs. Joiey llurgiu will leave in Mrs. DickiWonnick. .Mrs. Jeffrie-Goodw- in about two weeks to spend the reand Mrs. Elizabeth Beets, mainder kf the winter with (Airs. C were in Lexiiigton Susulay to see II. MeRne, in Quitman, Ga. Airs. Scobee, who is ill at St. Jo 'Mrs. Walker Lancaster lias taken seph's Hospital., rooms with Airs. Harry Eeton, on Aliss Clay Croxton. who is at St. Hums avenue. Joseph's Hospital, in Lcxingfon, Mr. and Ars. J. E. Wood, of Leximproved. ington, are suets of Air. and Airs. Air. juid Mrs-.-, Curtis. Erans atlcnd-e- d Chas. T5nnell m j ''Taja Pink Lady"' in Lexington. Airs W. E. Singleton Is visiting her Saturday jiiht. ., brothers, in Versailles. Air. pndMr.s. O. C. FJynii, of Lex .tAfrs. iFred Singleton is ill. ojf Ja- -. . ington,! ;fpent Sunday with the Lit .. iippe. . n jher, Airs. C. R. West. ,jilr. and iAIr,s. Freeman Orme have lei's vi-itcd icla-J'Vt-s w'.-tr- 'daughter, Alma, of Norfolk. Va.. are vWting Air. Shaw's sister, (Miss Sau-ci- a FOR RENT Store-hous- e, dwelling if ALL YOU NEED room-;- ; pair stock scales, IS A Tl 10 mm Coated Tongue or Bowels By Morning Five miles from Winchester on good pike. Apply to IJoldiins at this office. LOST Lady's open faced gold watch. Return to News office. Reward. 3t No Sick Headache, Bilious Stomach, Constipated Suit Department j Turn the rascals out tne liiadaehu the biliousness, the indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and four turn them out tonight and keep them out with Cascarets. Millions of men and women take a Cascarct now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or an upset FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrels. Homo phone -tf FOR RENT Flat, four rooms, long hall and hath. Lexington avenue. BIoomficM and Ratliff. FOR RENT A cottage on Calloway fi. II. Mann, 312 Burns avenue. Home phone 530. street, stomach. Don't put in another day of distress.. Let Cascarets cleanse ami regulate your stomach; remove the 1 -tf r. , ; . ( . - 1. . ARTIS & CO. moved to the new home they recently purchased from Air,- Chas; Greenj of J'arisj, on Burns avenue. The hOiCse was formerly occupied by Ar. llilw-- , aid ,Henry and family. - sour, undigested and fermenting food gas; take the and that misery-makin- g exbess bile from your liver and carry FOR SALE- - Household fnraitnrev oi'it'df the system all the decomposed Apply to Ira Tanner, CO Winn avwaste matter and poison in the in12i27-t- f enue. testines. and bowels. Then i.you, will, FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tb feel grbat. i best on the market; yards on Wes A Cascarct..tpnigit.TYill sprclv Broadway. Clark Comity Coa- traighf.eft;y.ou1out 12-29- -tf HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms with gas and water. Apply to A. II. Sympson, corner Maple anJ Hickman streets. "fr Final Clean Up SALE! We have done a wonderful business for the time being, we must make room for our "Spring Garments." We offer seasonable garments of latest styles, newest materials and best workmanship, garments that come from the best Cloak makers in America. We offer for "WEDNESDAY" and until they are gone Choice of any Suit in the stere, in new mixtures, 'serges, broadcloth and chiviots, lined with "Skinners" guaranteed Satin. Values up to '$25.00 tnkqn other .so called cures for years, without benefit and they also improved my siglit. Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine." For dyspepsia, indigestion', all stomach, liver ,and kidney troubles, they're without FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! equal. Try them. Only 25 cts., Will pay you the Highest Cash at All Druggists. Prices for your Furs., VI. J. W. fflSEL GASPED FOR BREATH Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. Tennessee Phone 215, Home Gastritis Nearly Ended Life Of Wm. East Phone 596. "v". Mathews. Read his Letter. ll-18-4- NA cured me after I 'had doctored 'without success.'' Wni. X. Blooniginton, Ind.( ( If j'ou suffer fronij jngtjiiijinj headac'hs, dizzinpss, biliousness, s, constiiation, utaclive bad dreams, foul Olat-thew,s, liver."ue,i:voiis-nf;s.s,isleeplessiies- work while you sleep. A bos from' any di ngsJnrp; means aJBcar head arid cliepnlnessjfpr ntonths. Children love toi.takej.Qascaels because toey taste srood nevcr'uripe 10-cc- nt sirnciion company. j.j.-o- -h 1 ti li: TROTHOrS ;: i;.uh tori Kicker). OLD RELIABLE Onlv 'registered. pharJnacists han- die your) perscriptTonj at; the Browri- a'c- - FfRE.lHSURANCEASD ' REAL ESTATE A6ENGY vine Fraternity M&, thm I breath, heartburn, shortness of Proetoria Pharmacy. "Absolute The store breath, sour stomach of desponden-- I enrac; guaranteed. iMI-O-N- A ot m stom- cy, be sure and get ach tablets. They are guarantcecd. I Largo box 50 cents at Phillips Drug f Store and druggists everywhere. I quab'ly. Capital S100.0TO "MORE TH AH WET FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Undivided Profits. $200,000 S6.00 Coats in black broadcloth, lined all r through with Skinner Satin 54 inches long. Values $25.00 for rears with pay yon tne Highest Cash stomach trouble and gastritis. Food Prices for your Pnrs. For years J. S. Donahne, So. Hav- laid like lead in my sloinach and fer-J. W. HISEL j en, Alich., a civil war captain, as a Bridge Junk Shop. niented, foiTning gas. This caused lighthouse keeper, averted awful No. 23 North Maple st a pressure on my heart, so that I , wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might- choked and gasped for breath, and East Tennessee Phone 215, Honii have been a wreck, himself, if Eleci Phone 596. thought my time had come. tric Bitters had not prevented. ''I'll,.., ..in ,,P A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE. "I was bothered i j THE Horns raoa7M. , Offic Sours j 9tff i Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KY. DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. Witt Floor .HcEMowaty 1 ' AIT-- ll-18-4- WINCHESTER. KY. c ' ,n-n- mil chills," he writes, "after I had GOOD WEATHER FOR COAL AUDITORIUM SKATING N. H. WITHERSOON. President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. i s e g g RINK. Lexington Laundry Cowpaay can save you express sr Bry Cleaning which is our speciality. R. SID ELKIN, Matinee every day from 2 to 5. Admission 10c, Skates free. $10.00 Skirts in all black serge panama in latest models. Value $8.00 Night 7 to Skates 15c 10. Admission 10c. Particular attention to Ladies. Beginners taught free from 10 to 12 A. M. Need any try a load of our GOAL c 5 't I 0 SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. - ......O.O'.V.'.VVtt Bring Your Furs, Hides AmI All Kinds of Metal te CHAS. ZIGMAN Junk shop at WaiMaHt Bloomf ield & Ratliff D. B. SCOBEE, Props 1 $2.98 Shirt Waists in all white, wjth lace collar and cuffs attached. Value $1.25. " Mgr. Bedford & Xuttle. REAL ESTATE. $109 PER PLATE Court, North Main street, ani get the Highest Cash. Prices. TO THE FIRST TWENTY Kentucky Wesleyan Students making a, purchase of one'dollar or more , SO" HI Mi J. M. STEVENSON Attomey-at-Law was paid at a banquet to ITcnry WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. Inc. at our store, we will give a handsome STERLING SILVER SCARF PIN enameled with the K. W. C. seal. See these pins on Display in out window. r4 A. M. DOMES, Manager. Elks Building Both Phones 364. ' WINCHESTER, KY. 61 Main Street t "SIGN OF BIG WATCH" WINCHESTER, KY. 54 South Main St. BALDWIN BROS. OUR DISSOLUTION SALE IS STILL ON Clay, in New Orleans in 1842. Mighty costly for those with stomach trouble or indigestion. Today people every wliere use Dr. King's Now Life Pills for these troubles, as liver, kidney and bowel disorders. Easy, safe, sure. Only 2." cents at All Druggists. rent. Farms for sale, Houses and Lots for sale or A specialty of SOICB. ' 60 S. Main St. WbwkHtcr, Ky. Lot . ell U8HID KILLTOECOUGH CUREtkLU & RATLIFF Auditorium Bldg. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Attrneys-atLa- w I SEE you can get your photo taken at Earp's Studio this week at greatly reduced prices. .,' 'l-2-1- 2t 5th Floor McEldowney Building iwDiscovBrr ft EMf TIOUBUS GUAfiAtitD $AJk Off ATOAfV i1 mil III W iiIWHIM MBH HI I II I ill M I IIUMM y -- - BUSINESS! L A Personal Note From Mr. Curry. DISSOLUTION SALE OF THE WINCHESTER, J J ..... To the Public: below COST. During' my long career in this city I have made many pleasant associates, I value your future friendship and good will highly and assure you of my good faith in every statement made in this circular. It is also my desire to have this- sale which starts, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10TH. go down in history g as the biggest event ever placed before the public by any concern. I personally guarantee every price and statement made in this document, and in appealing to you to attend this sale, I simply emphasize that to stay away is like throwing dollars away. value-givin- In announcing my retirement from business, it is my desire to impress upon the minds of all that we will sacrifice our entire stock, and in a good many instances ilif i I KENTUCKY. ; Entire $40,000.00 Stock of High-grad- e Merchandise Consisting of Ladies' Suits, Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Skirts, Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Dry Goods, etc., to be Placed on Sale Regardless of Former Cost or Values. ' Signed W. E. CURRY. Beginning Wednesday, January 10, at It Is No Choice! It Is Compulsion! Therefore, our loss and your gain. This store will be the scene of the greatest Money-Savin- g event ever inaugurated in Kentucky, and will long be remembered by those attending. It will pay you to do your buying for twelve months ahead. This is a direct appeal to the commercial instincts of thinking people to whom the saving of a dollar is equivalent to earning one. We cannot impress upon you too strongly the importance to you of taking advantage ol this Dissolution Sale. The in truly matters of sale that, wjll stand' sterling merchandise values. J pre-eminent 9 A. M. And Continuing For Ten Days, Will Witness The Createst Revolution in The Merchandise Arena The Most Stupendous Dissolution Sale The Buying Public Has Ever Known. THE TIME HAS COME ! STOCK MUST BE SOLD Absolutely FREE ! To Do you like Blunt Truth or Fairy Stories? We trust that you who read have long since learned that Noise is not Business. Every statement in this circular is backed up by the word, and honorable career of The CURRY DRY GOODS CO. the First Ten Ladies entering our store Wednesday Morning, JANUARY Wonder Working Prices at Every Turn. This advertisement gives but a faint idea of the tremendous saving this Dissolution Sale assures. The like has never been seen, and every dollar spent during this sale will buy double what you have never been able $o buy before for the; same amount. , 10TH, we shall give away 2 ;'.!) 1-- 2 yards of Table Linen Worth $1.50. i Mi. mixtures. Former' price 10.00- Sale Ladies' Tailored Suits $5.93 , pa'ce T r,IAJL Wool Tailored Suits in a Ladies' all wool Tailored Skirts .if styles iu the smartest of in Black, Blue, Grays, and mixcolorings ''and models. Fornier tures, in plain tailored and fancy Former price $12.00-Salflcice ipT.M.' Sale price.;3.98 trimmed. 'Ladies'. Tailored Suits in every $6.89 price shape and model, from the plain Petticoats tailored, Jto the fancy .trimmed A ,, dozen 'distinctive s tyles in the Ladies Black Heatherbibom Pet"in Serge; Cheviot and Cloth. Worth up to 35.00 ticoats, with dust "ruffle." Former Basket 79c 7.98 price $1.00. Sale price.. ... Sale price'. All Silk Messaliue Petticoats, One lot of Ladies' Tailored Suits, Tan, pf Homespuns, 'Scotch Cheviots accordeon pleated, in price Gray 3.00 Former Serges, in plain tailored effects and White. jand 1.69 Sale price and fancy silk trimmed. In this Black Silk Taffeta Petticoats of lot are Suits worth up to 40.00. dust ruffle. Sale price $9.98 fine quality, with Ladies' Tailored Suits, embrac- Former price 1.00. 2.69 ing all the newest fashions, in an Sale price All Silk Petticoats in Persians endless variety of exclusive models Former in Broadcloth, Cheviots and Serges, and Taffeta, all colors. 3.69 made in the plain tailored effects, price 6.00. Sale price. and strictly hand mad through-- ! Ladies' Shirt Waists out; Former price 35.09. Sale 19.98 price Ladies' Waists, Val and Lace i price $1.59. trimmed. Ladies' Cloaks and Jackets Sale price, Former 49c Taffeta, Ladies' Extra Special Spring Jackets iu Mescalines. Silk Waisls ofand Chif- Maronisette Black, Tan and Fancies strictly all wool worth up to 12. Sale foji, colors, Gray, Blue, Coronation Former price fcb.OO. 3.88 ana Black. price 3.98 Ladies' Cloaks 54 inches long, Sale price One lot of Net Waists, Cluny in solid and fancy colors, with large collar' and cuffs. Former Lace and Messaline trimmed. Your choice price $12.50. Sale price.. 6.98 worth up to 8.00. 4.19 . Ladies' Black Cheviot and Kerrey cloaks, also. genuine Caraculs, Genuine Furs Former price $15.09. Not Imitations Sale price $9.85 One lot of Water Mink and Black cloth. Plush and Caracul Cloaks, J Wolf Muffs and Neck Pieces. rich fabrics and positively the fineit Former price 8.09. Sale price garments made. You can not help 3.98 but be charmed when selecting one Japanese Mink and Sable of them. Former price 25.00. Neck Pieces and Muffs. Former 14.98 price $12.00. Sale price 7.98 Sale price Extra Special One Fur Coat Russian Mink and Isabella Fox $6 inches long. Genuine Russian Muffs and Scarfs. Fornier price Pony. Former price 50.00. Sale 16.50. Sale price $9.98 price 34.98 va-fld- ty e la. . Towels and Towelhg Whifn Rnnffc Below we quote a few of the many half hour specials that we' wiil put on, sale, .beginning Wednesday morning, January '10th. 36-inch, 12 yards length long Clofh t 34x27 Huck Towels, fancy bor,t r ders. Former price-- ' 12jc. Sale Former price $.25. Sale price' From 9 to Hope Cotton at j, ,f t Kixxdrxtir"-- .7. 10 yards to a cnstdiherKU ' ' ' 'L ' Prnm Art to z zr,m Rfl' .... 9:30 As Mi 'k MA 2rA Jf U WJ. J Uiiuo W"! aili C.J p vn ti . iv . From 11 to 11:30, 0o CdUI Ot narh 10c Huck Towels, size 19x84 at , ir .r ;.. 4 to'a customer. r From 1:30 to 2 P. M. 15 c yd 9-- 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting worth 25c 5 yards a customer. From 2:30 to 3 P. M. QIa irH jfU 10c Linen Cash Toweling at Other Specials will be announced during each day of sale. : iu a biuiuiuci. , , A. M. ! " . dC i Ladies and Children's Underwear Ladies' and Children's Fleece lined vests and pants. 25c value. 19c Sale price Ladies' Underwear, the well known Munsing Brand, vests and pants. Former price 50c Sale price 39c Ladies' Munsing Underwear, vests aud pants, also Union Suits fleece lined and ribbed. Former 79c price 1.00. Sale price Munsing Underwear, in wool and silk Union Suits for ladies. Former price $3.00. Sale price 2.19 " Ladies' and Children's Hose Ladies' and Children's Black and Tan Hose, double heel and toe. Former price 15c Sale price 11c Ladies' Fast Black Hose, also Tan and colors, spliced heel and Former price 25c. toe. Sale price 19c Ladies' Silk and Lisle Hose, Hemsdorf dye. Former price 50c Sale price 39c Best Quality Ladies' Black Silk Hose. Fornier price 1.00. Sale 89C .Ladies' Tailored Skirts I Children's Coats Infants Bear Coats in Red, Blue, Ladies' all wool Skirts in plain and fancy mixture, colors and styles of the most approved fashion. Former price 8.00. Sale price 3.98 Ladies' Black and Fancy Skirts ef Panamas, Broadcloth and Scotch White, Gray, Brown and Black, ' sizes 2 to 6 years. 3.50 value. $2.79 Sale price 3.98 $5.00 value. Srle price Children's Caracul and Cloth Coats. Blues, Reds, Brown. Former price 7.50. Sale price 4.93 price. CONDITIONS OF SALE Panamas, Fancy Mohairs, Henriettas, in stripes, checks and Ladles' Knitted Sweaters, White, solid colors. Fornier price $1.00. 79c yd Tan. Blue, Red and Gray. Fornier Sale price. 1.79 price .2.50. Sale price Genuine Imported Corduroy in Navy, Black, Tan aud White. Former price 75c. Sale price Silks! Silks! 49c yd A flurry in silks that will prove an interesting topic. Tabfe Linens China Silks and all Silk Foulards : 1. T?..t- in dots, stripes and solid colors. ,i'Aiia opcuiai :1 if utilFormer price 50c Sale price ized Table Damask, floral and fig. 38cd ured designs. Former price 85c Hxtra Special One lot of Ra- Sale price 53c yd jahs, Diagonals aud Colored Silk full Bleached and UnTaffetas. Former price 1.00. Sale bleached Table Damask. Former price 49c price 90c. 69c yd Sale price ry ! 1. Black Silk Taffeta, wear uerman 1? mien tame guaranteed. Former price $1.00. 79c yd price 1.25. Sale price Sale price 89c yd 72 inch Pure Irish table linn, Wool Dress Goods beautiful designs. Former price 1.50. Sale price $1.19 yd Poplar Cloth, colors Blue, .Mercerized jaokms. Red, Brown and Black also Wool Former orice. dozen 5c. bale, and. Silk Plaids. Former pi ice 25c price 39c doz 19c yd Sale price 20x20 Pure Linen I able ap Challies, Serges, Pana- kins. Former nrice doz. S3. 50 mas, and Shepherd Checks plain Sale price $2.79 doz TU1- Former price 50c. and fancies. t... t t: 39c yd Napkins. Former price, doz. $5.00. Sale price all Wool Serge, Sale price., 41 and $3.75 doz price. Sweaters 72-inc- h 36-inc- h a 1 1 -- 36-inc- h 36-inc- h Towels. "Former price 25c. Sale Safe, pnee 19c Former price lOe. price Crash, Huck Toweliug. Former price' 8C- Sale- - pricel?i,.6)ic' yd. Beautiful Whiten India Linens. Former rJrice" 25c Sale price. 15c " 'F'xtra Domestic lad"Sheefings wide Tiidia LTdeTOsfiltfe sheer ciualitv. Former nrice lSn. aud adeprjee..-- . Best quality American Meyi Simpson Print. Sale price tjl Extra fini quality Persian Lawn. yd Fornier price 30c. Sale price 4:C J. Hope Domestics. Sale lfe yd IP4C yd price Utility Brand Dress Ginglmns Corsets new patterns. Former price 10c. yd style corsets. Sale price. Wild 1UL Ul Best quality Percales, Former price 50c. Sale price 34e light and dark colors, Former The well known Royal Worcester Sale price price 12'C. Oiiting Flannels, light and dark Corsets in all the new shapes: Former $1.00 value. Sale price 79c colors solid and stripes 73C yd 1.58 value. Sale price. . price 10c Sale price $l.lt $2.19 The A. F. C. Toile Du Nord $3.00 value. Sale price One lot of Odd Corsets, worth Former price 12jc. Ginghams. Me 9jC yd up to $5.00. Sale ppce, . Sale price Brown Cotton. Former Gloves 6jc yd price 8J4C- - Sale price Lonsdale and Masonville Extra Special One lot of Lode Fornier price Bleached Cotton. yd Reynicr Kid Gloves, slightly spot12C Sale priceiu Plaids, 84e ted, worth up to $3.50. Sale price Checks Silk Ginghams lie Fornier price 25c and Stripes. line Sale price 12c yd at Our prie of $1.50 Kid Gloves, $1.19 sale 4 Unbleached Pepperell SheetKid Gloves in Grays, Whites, Sale Fornier price 25c. ing. 16c yd Tans and Blacks, $1.75 values. price $1.29 Sale price 9- - 4 Bleached Pepperejl Sheeting, S Button K:d Gloves Blacks Sale price Former price 26c Former price $2.59. 18c yd and Tans. $1.79 Sale price. - 4 Bleached Peppirell Sheet10Sale Former price 30c ing. Laces and Embroideries 20c yd price 10-Bleached Utica Sheeting. One entire table devoted to this Former price 48c. Sale price . . line, including Nainsook Inser. yd tions, Flouncings, etc. I..-27C ,000 Sheets and Pillow Cases up 1 to 10c.yards of Val laces, worth Sale price 2e yd 25c Embroideries. Sale price, Former 42x36 Pillow Cases. 8c ril9eyd price i2jC. Sale price 50c Embroideries. Sale price 42x36 Extra Quality Pillow -- Sieyd Former price 25c Sale Cases. Flouncings, eyelet and 15c . price., . yards Seamless Sheets, embroidered, hand made, perfect torn size. Former price 75c Sale scallops, 1.00 value. Sale price Kl.J&C Huck Towels; ,12 yards length EqelislT Boj Forhiec Sal,e Former price 15c Sale 'price,. lie Cloth. 36x48 heavy Huck and Turkish price...:.. price' 4522 BleacUed j,jr.J$us ii;...L - '.LWt " 36-inc- h 7C 36-inc- h 9eyd . 36-inc- h 36-inc- h 9-- 4 r 27-in- 2x2 -- 44-inc- h J59c Yd TAKE NOTICE. WANTED? At Once 25 1 Fare Paid To Out Of Purchasers AlfGoods Of $25.00 Or More. Sold For Cash ' Purchases Exchanged Or Money Refunded if Not Satisfactorv. ' . Railroad Store Closed Monday and Tuesday, Sales ladies. 10 Cash Boys. 3 Bundle Wrappers. Winchester, Kentucky r. ll Jan. 8th and 9th. OPEN Wednesday, Jan. lMfc, 9 A. M. Mil l II I I I mil MMI I I .11 ii 1 I li II. Ill Ml III Ml II TJV!i MIlTIl II II MI ln'l MllM