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CRAFTS THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1912 WEATHER Slowly Rising Temperature I 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK Effort Was Masterpiece Heard With Great And Was Interest By Those Present. Dr. Wilbur It. Craft.-- , Superintendent of the .International Reform Bureau, delivered an able lecture on "Battles Won and Battles On In State and Nation," at the First Presbyterian church on Tuesday. Only a small crowd was present, for the address which was one of Hie ablest ever delivered iu this city. Dr. Crafts bears ai; international reputation as a reform worker, and fliis address along this line was heard with great interest. Thrroughly informed as he is with reference to all national legislation especially that bearing on moral issues, liis resume of what had been accomplished iu the fight against gambling, impurity, Sabbath breaking and intemperance, was an inspiration and an assurance f ultimate victory. He .called attention u the fact that Kentucky is one of ctght state Hint still permits race track gambling There is "tilv one Gtatc and the Dis-triof Columbia that have Sunday laws. .The fight against impunity as a national issue must be mainly against the divorce evil. There would be no advantage iu a uniform divorce liw unless it be on the high plane of tne New York law which recognizes onl one rightful cause for divorce. The great temperance fight fur the bill nation is the Slieppard-Kenyo- n now pending in Congress which prohibits the shipment of liquor into dry states or territory for uula tffn' ct purposes. By banners, flags of a score of different nations stretched across the front of the church, he showed how many nations arc united in the fight against opium and alcohol, as to to the uncivilized peoples of the world. He warned the temperance people especially df the awful blunder they make in putting wet men in office to enforce dry legislation and that laws passed meant not the winning; but the h?rimi:ng of the fiV.it. In closing be urged alt voters to send cards to Congressmen, importuning them to take an active interest in the passage of the bill before Cognress. jjl "THE CITY BEAUTIFUL" Confederate Veterans to oHId Re- union in Macon in May to Be Roy- ally Entertained. Veterans When the Confederate gather in Macon for their annual encampment to renew once moie tin vows of friendship given each other in the dark days of the w:ir between the states, the city will be a garden of flowers. Every color of the rainbow will meet the eyes of the heroes of Dixieland. When the plans of the "City Beautiful" committee are executed Macon will be clothed in a dress of Her junks, walks, lovely blossoM.driveways, 1 .win and plazas will be one mass of. changing hues. Even back yards will be turned into gar- dens. Kesolved to cany out some new and novel ideas, the "City Beautiful' committee is preparing special designs to use where most appropriate. Flowers, flowers, flowers. Macon trill be just one beautiful bouquet iwhen the committee has finished its work. The basement of one of the largest buildings in the city has been rented and seed will be stored there untiUpbnted. Mr. Cecil Morgan, Chairman of the. "City Beautiful" committee has written to .every mem-- ' the Democrats of Fayette, Bombon There were determined efforts both DIVISIONS WHICH and Woodford counties, in mass in the Senate and House to e.tcept meeting assembled, and to the dislocal officers in counties having FURNISHED GRADUATES OF NIAGARA FALLS satisfaction 'S firsd-clamanifested by Democities of the from the bill. crats generally throughout the SevPersonalities came near being inenth Congressional District against It Should Be The blooming in May should be in the dulged in by the Senators from Not One Effort of Every Person in Hundreds Begins New York Dealer Gets Classy Sadtho call made by the Committee for 'hands of the committee iu the next Jefferson county, but they were Teacher to Prepare Pupils Far to Understand The Tremendous the primary fixed for March 16th, dler From Matlack & Shropshire, avoided and the passage of the bill three iweeks. next, to nominate a Democratic canEnthused by the fact that they was effected without personal bit This Examination. Conservation of Natural Reof Winchester. didate for Congress, you are reterness. have been asked "to help boost the sources. quested and hereby notified to be The four educational divisions of Senator Thomas said it was not the school children of The New York dealer W. A. present at a meeting of tho Demo- the county furnished pupils for the Macon have agreed to assist in who has been iu Kentucky a question of blocking legislation; Niagara Falls, N. Y., Feb. 1. The cratic District Committee for the graduate examination as follows: beautifying the city. 'Seed will be for some days past in quest of some j that if legislation was being block- average man is apt to speak very Seventh Congressional District to Division No. 1 10 delivered to the several school high-claed, it was known who was blocking three-gaite- d fcaddle glibly of so many hundred thousand pa-s" upon the advisability of reNo. 4 houses andNlistribnted among the horses,' added another select one to it. He said its was a question of 9 pupils. horsepower harnessed at Niagarra scinding the call for the primary set Division No. 2 S pupils. pupils, just as soon as it reaches list Wednesday when he bought a doing what the people sent the memFalls, but it is doubtful if one person for March 16, 1912. and for such Division No. 3 He said there here. 1 pupil. 15.1 chestnut mare from the widely-know- bers here to do. in a hundred begins to understand other business as may come before It should be the effort of every The "City Beautiful" scheme is should be no more delays and he Winchester dealers, Matlack the tremendous conservation of nat- the Committee. teacher to prepare pupils for this but one of the many plans the lie- - & Shropshire. wanted the principle put into a law. ural resources effected at the Falls He added that Senator Salmon had "The Committee will meet at the examination. Union Committee is considering. Mr. McGibbon says she is one of without interfering with the gran Capital Hotel in in saying Frankfort, Ky., on All the time, however, should not the 'best he has ever handled. The hit the nail on the head deur of the spectacle. 'Monday, February 5, 1912, at 11 be devoted to the advanced class. that the time had come when' the inaro is a daughter of Red Bird and The 1572,800 horsepower now deOF o'clock a, m." There are tsmaller pupils that must is a Southern Kentucky bred marc, poor man should have his lights. veloped at the Falls is the equivaMotion to Recommit Lest. was reported here Wednesday not be neglected for examinations. It having been pm chased by Mr lent of 10,770,000 workSEEN BYJDGE BENTON Shropshire at Lebanon from Dr. The motion to recommit the bill ing an eight hour day, or more than night that Congressman Cantrill has It could be so arranged that there ayes 8, nays 20. was lo.--t paid his entrance fee to the chairvould be a graduating class every Cleveland some weeks ago. tho combined strength of all Those voting yea L. W. Arnctt, year in erery school in Clark countv. the primary man of men in the United States. Winchester's Other Noted Fishermen Dowling, Helm, Bagby, Robert II. Anderson, of Scott coun American-Canadian Under the Are' Made to Look Like Thirty Hubble, Huffaker, Ryan. OF ty, and that he claims that beeau.. i Treaty, promulgated by the two naNays B. M. Arnctt, Bale, Beard. of that fact the District Committee TEMPERA tions to guard the scenic beauty of Cents by Marvelous Story. Biggerstaff. Bcrtman, Beikshiie. has no right to rescind its call for ANN REBECCA HALL the Falls for all time, only 50,000 Brawn (Cnttlett not voting) Chipman the primary of March 16th. Since Judge Benton returned fiom cubic feet of water per secend, out Eaton, Frost, Glenn. Gra Cobern. AND RAINFALL Harboursville Wednesday afternoon, Funeral services over the remaiu-o- f of a total flow of 240,000 cubic feet. ham, Hogg, Ilolman, Marshal. MathLexington, Ky, Feb. 1. After where he had been acting as Special w.hMrs. Ann Rebecca Hall, died may be diverted from the Niagara ers, Moody, Newcomb, Priteliard, Judge, he has been regaling Tuesday at her home on Winn av"River for power purposes. But even having sent representatives to call Johnson. Jim Furniture Winn, Squire enue, were held at the M. E. Church, Salmon, Saunders, Scott, Thomas. with this restriction, when the treaty upon Dr. W. P. Roberts at his home For Month of January, 1912, Are voting). night and Hunter, Henry Bush and other South, on Thursday, Feburary 3, at (Trichcnor and Tunis not goes into effect the force conserved at Greendale Wednesday Shown by Reccrds And Guage having received from him a flat re fishing cronies with a remarkable h 2 o'clock and were conducted by Welch. by falling water will the equivalent Yeas S:iny.-,.2- 0. fusal to call a meeting of the Fay storv. Rev. O. J. Chandler. The burial Kept by Mr. Marquis Bean- of 35,550,000 men working the averette Democratic Committee, of which When it was -- ecu that the bill age eight-hou- r The Cumberland river runs took place in the Winchester cemeday. meet in tho office could not be recommitted then the through Baiboursville and the heavv tery. Stupendous although this saving he is chairman to The record kept by Mr. Marquis fight was made to get through the is, it is as nothing compared to the of the Favctte county uidgo next rains lasting from Sunday at noon The following were the pallbearBean shows the temperature for tho amendments that would destroy the full strength of the Falls. The vol- Saturday morning for the purpose of S- till Monday night had made a big ers: Mes-r- s. C. D. W. Owen. month of January, as follows: bill, but this plai considering the vote cast by Dr. tide in the river, and by noon Tues- Boone. W. P. Winn, T. C. Robinson. usefulness of the ume of 'water that will 'be permitted Temperature was defeated as each amendment to run, so as to perpetuate the Roberts as the,.1 member from Fayday the river was a sure enough V. II. Garner and Jas. F. Winn. January 7 fi degrees 'below zero. was voted dawn except those offeree beauty of the Falls, is estimated to ette comity of the Seventh District tream and was very muddy. much loved by r. Mrs. Hall-wa- s January 8 20 degrees above zero. Committee, for the by Senator Eaton providing that represent 118,080,00 eight-homan Congressional tewn branch empties into the large number of friends and relaThe January 9 5 degrees above holding of a Congressional primary school trustees be not nominated un- power , or about 18,000,000 more man tives. The the bereaved loved ones, 10 7 degrees above zero. ner, and at noon luesuay as der this law Tho bill then passed power than there arc men, women on March 16. next, nine of the sevto the depot tt a true and tender sympathy is exJanuary H 23 degrees above Judge Bentnn went enteen members of the Fayette .17 to 0. -- end an important telegram and children iu the United States Judge tended. to zero. County Democratic Committee, con- - ( Interests Combine For Bill and all its possessions. January 13 10 degrees below Eva da what it was about we don'f stituting a quorum thereof, and TI.o big surprise of the new zero. know possibly it related to the acting in accordance with the party . OIRECT PRIMARY LAW Wednesday was the combination of January 14 down to zero. he saw that the river had hack- law issued a call over the head r.S j all the interc-t- s to put across the WILL SPEAK ON January 15 13 above zero. up the clear water of the towi the chairman for a meeting Satur- - j Comnris- AT bill devised by the Pri-o- n January 16 11 above zero. branch, and he imagined that The BEHALF OF KENTUCKY day morning at 11 o'clock. I siou. The administration iorccs that, had January 17 2S above zero. must be full of h I committee has tho light, under the were shattered by three Sentitor.- January 18 15 above zero. come into this clear water to escape . Democratic party law, to remove Presidential Prefe snce Clause is being absent. Senator Durham is ih January VJ 17 above zero. the mud. of the river. Fred Mulctler, of Bowling Green, Dr. Roberts from the chairmanship in tho hotel here. Senat his rooms January 20 15 above zero. Fishing tackle was procured a' Stricken Out Beuuse of News of will do so. ator Thomas, with his characteristic Before and probably Address Wii! Deliver a try- January 21 14 2 above zero. the hotel to give this water Supporters of Ta.'t. had passed a resthouglitfulua-s- , January 22 32 above zero. out. On the lir.- -t cast the .bait was Soi.thern Ccmmercial Congress. olution offering sympathy for Scna- January 23 35 above zero. taken not simply wifli a, nibble, but P. H.. DAVIS BUYS 3. Tin iFraukfort, Ky Feb. Senator Biggerstaff for Durham. January 21 31 above zero. with a lunge, and something that Thompson Uirect Primary Law pass-.- d W: -- hington, 1). C; Feb. 1. Dr. is ill also, and Senator Helm had January 25 21 2 above zero. Bowling Green, .vas sure heavy ""had taken it, but Fred Mutchler,of STOCK OF R. FRANK the House and the Eaton Direct not arrived. ii: January 26 29 above when an effort was made to draw Kent; cky, will attend the Ktiapp l'rimaiy Law passed the Senate WedAs suddenly as if the Capitol had 27 31 above zero. 1 Exercises the victim escaped. at Nashville during nesday. The former passed by the been hit by a bolt of lightning, the January 28 27 2 above zero the hook Judge vote of ayes 87, nays 0, while the latWhile the progress of the Southern Com- Will Retail it at Present Stand. coupe of the interests was .attempted January 29 16 above zero. Benton happened to look intcntl ter received a vote of ayes 37, nay.-- md several Senators became a par- mercial Congress, Apiil 8 to 10. lie Sale Starts February 7. January 30 24 above zero. into the water, and found it just will speak on behalf of Kentucky and As soon as the Thompson bill goc.-t- o ty to it innocently. fish. January 31 20 above zero. teeming with fish, all sorts of express the sentiment of its best the Senate and tho Eaton Bil Mr. P. II. Davis, of Mt. Sterling, Prison Bill Called fish, big fish, little fish, medium sized conKainiau men as to the great goes to the House, a joint conferSenator Graham moved that the ferred upan the agriculture of the purchased Thursday the stock of K , January 6 snow melted 50 pike, bass, new lights, bream, cats, ence committee ap ointed to draft Frank, bankrupt. The price paid rules be isuspended, and called for .1.00 snow melted January 12. kittens and every conceivable fish: state by the demonstration farm was oi tite appraiscu val i bill that will be .iccepiablo to both Graham prison 60 January 18, rain . -- ome of them as large as a liar! branches of the General Assembly Senate bill 42, the work and boys' corn club work in- ue. bill, and put it on its passage. The 2S-2snow and rain. .73 January grown boy., itiated by Dr. Knappand the direct primary bill will be election of Me will retail the stock conaner."-in- g There were enough h floundering in uasscd. The iPresi lentinl preference bill provides for tho Dr. Walter IT. Page, editor of Mr. the railWednesday, January 7. 2.83 Total that bayou to supply Prewitt .Harris jlause was stricken from the Thomp- prison commissioners frcin !W( rld's Work" will be the chairman Hairis Friedman will manage the road districts. for a year, and they were large! son Bill before the passage. during the memorial exercises. The sale. Senator Thomas said that he than the ones he gets from Reelfort exercises will be preceded by a The passage of the measures was thought that TOO LATE TO CLASSfY judgment was beOwen-nev- e Lake. Jim Poynter and Cliff of hoys through the stecrts of many stirring incidents, ing taken and the purpose of the lttendcd by r caught as many fish on one of During the exercise.--, as there was a determined opposition bill was to thwart tho wishes of the Nashville. KASH THE LYRIC. state OR. their best days at Muddy Creek. each from man on the part of a number of Senators oeoplo of the state, and that it was one The catfish were larger and more man from each state affected by Dr. rvd tV ac iuoa Oi t.ic r : c : to the bills in the Ho:--- ? s A Day at West Point Military plentiful than the ones that Malcolm Knapp's work; wil loutline the mar Senate principally because, it is Academy. (EdUon.) Senator L. W. Arnett made a point LAID TO REST Koyee and Uncle Bill Harris catch exerted by this man they thought that a delay of of order that Senator Dowling was velous influences Revolution in a Bachelor Club. at the reservoir by moonlight. There the South to tlie last worked for the passage of the bills would aid in not talking to the subject. President who (Lubin.) were more fish there than Jim Winn dav of his life. massing other desired measures. Long Road. (Biograph.) McDermott held that he was and and Doctor Stubblefield ever saw or Services Conducted at Home of Mr. Vanitv Fair. Big three reel fea- Opposed By The Cities. Senator Dowling continued with his dreamed of in Alabama. saying he had no favorite Floyd Day, Followed by Burial in tare, tomorrow afternoon and night. The most determined opposition The fish .stories and pictures that (Friday). This is the linest picture Repre- - for prison commissioner, and while Henry Phillips and D wight Pendle- came from the Senators and Winchester Cemetery. we have had to datecities, talking the hour for the'special order -- entatives living MAY RESCINO ITS ACTION in the large ton bring 'home from. Florida look finishfillibuster-wa' Mr. Watson will sing, "Always like thirty cents when compared with with Senator ITuffaker in the Sen- arrived and the Funeral services over the rcmain- ' Afe " d. that mass of squirming monsters, ate as the leader. Every amendment of Dr. J. M. Kash were conducted Chairman Meager Calls Meeting at Bank Bill Recommended. in the big and little, in that town branch offered by the opposition at 10 o clock on rnursuay morning, & finneli's The Banking Committee .reported Senate was voted down, however, . f Harboursville last Tuesday. of Protests at the residence of Mr. Floyd Day. NOTICE Patterson Because ..Frankfort "Specials"' on page two. Bill came out of the favorably bill 5S, to provide a sysThe second t thabwas thrown and the Eaton by Eld. J. H. MacNcill. The burial Against The Canirill Primary. uiuscathed. tem of state bank examinations, and battle in was grabbed as soon as it hit the parlinientary took place in tho Winchester cem- FOR RENT Rooms over McCord & Banking Comwater and a bream us large as a while the Thompson Bill was only creating the office of etery. Phillips store. Apply to store. Frankfort. Ky., Feb. 1. 3o vigginger snap was successfully landed. stripped of the sections "providing missioner. J)r. Kash, whose homo was in protests of the (2 t) Hou-- e bill 134, by Emanuel Meyer. orous have been the This scared all the other fish away. for the selection of delegates to the Jackson, died Tuesday afternoon at Congrestraffic, was Democrats of the Seventh This is a true account of what National Convention, and the ex to prohibit white slave diease. lie LfJST OR STRAYED A Dnxoc Jer- sional District against the snap pri- 1:30 o'clock of Bright's reported favorably and, advanced. Judge Benton did, and the vision pression of presidential preferences sey sow, nveight 175 pounds, from Campbell rwas the father of Mrs. Floyd Day, The Fish and Game Committee re- mary of Congressman J. that he saw in a dream Tuesday in the primaries- The Eaton bill conj may be of this city. , the farm of D. T. Matlack. 2 mites ported favorably bill 01 to create a Cantrill that the primary tained no such provisions. night. ftom Winchester on Rubkerville The large number of sorrowing called off. Following is the call is- The opposition used every means, State Board of Forestry pike. Any information as to her Meagher, I friends who attended the funeral and .' The Mahin bill, 104, to prevent sued Wednesday by M. J. possible vto delay passage or recomAluminum Wall Paper. whereabouts will he rewarded by - I the beautiful floral designs attested alshows durim: country fair of this city, chairman of the comwhefl fnrp?o-Very thin sheets of the metal mit the bill in the Senate, but W. J. Kagland, East Tentf phone cover-Ingluminum are now used for wall , it was finally put on its passage the week in any. county was next in or mil tee: l it. 230 3 rings. place of paper. "Qwiiiff to the protests made uy and, esteem m wmca ne was ueta opponents of the bill voted for it. der. It was passed. representing a Southern district asking that seed be sent here as soon as possible. 'Thousands of packages of .seed from which will spring every flower ber of Congress ss n, ss pupils-Divisio- n n. man-pow- er able-bodi- Bo-wor- th. M - O.-c- ar fi-- ur ml zero-Januar- y I fi-- 1-- 1-- Mc-mo- rii zero-Jannar- y 1-- 0. blc--in- gs two-Mur- 9, fi-- pa-ra- I. M. c pre--uine- d. s l-3- .1 3t I Pate TWi. the Winchester SCION SHOES FOR MEN news. THE STORE OF PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE SKCPP KG with manufacturers we save you a Through our on Ladies' shoes. dollar a pair The fitting quality, style and price of our shoes cannot fail to attract you. Profit Sharing Prices on "Berings" Ladies' Shoes This Week $4.00 $5.00 Brown Velvet $4.00 Brown Velvet ,.$3.00 $5.00 White $4.00 Black Velvet Boots Nu-Buc- "If we do not sell you your ehccc Money k 11 j; ' i r.vo both lose money"" C1F0RTABLE I! Remnant Days All odd szes, broken assortments and short lengths left by $3.75 Black Velvet Bpots $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 I n H Our Mr. Pattersou has just returned from the market, purchasing the most stylish creations in Ladies' Footwear. From Factory to Consumer. Patterson & Flnnell No. 11 North Main Street November 28, 1008, at the postoffiee can be believed: in Winchester, Kentucky, under the llis nose was llaltcned, and his cars , Act of March-31879." were tin; His left eye squinted, and his right Both Phones 91. He r the tremendous selling during opt Dissolution Sale, which closed last Saturday, will be placed on sale Friday and Saturday at prices far below wholesale cost, in many cases less "than half their original price. Every department is represented in this sale of" Rem-nant- s, Broken Sizes and Odd Lots. P n in o z i v matter, .who stands up squarely in NO REASON FOR DOUBT THE WINCHESTER NEWS tho battle of life, giving and taking the blows of fate, gets there sonic Office, South Main Street, ime. and wins the admiration if A Statement of Facts Backed by a right thinking people hi doing si. Winchester, Kentucky. Strong "GuaranteeEven the repulsive and ugly and viobject cious becomes an Daily, Except Sunday. AVo guarantee complete relief to of admiration if the l'olowing, persecond-clas- s matter, petrated by the 2Ccw York American, all MiiU'ei'ers from constipation, or. "Entered as 109-111 PURE MILK vvY t7 TSUAAjLf&ZL . fr-r.i'- if prize-fight- much chin How be could fight! Hut go.-His head was dented, and out f Daily, one year $3.00 plumb; 8ix Montha 1.50 His hands were busted, and on the One Month .25 bum ; "Payable in Advance. He couldn't 'hear well, and was slightly dumb rw 'HIS PAPER REPrttSUli ADVERflSING DYT E lint gosh! Haw he could fight! He couldn't read, and he couldn't spell; GENERAL OFFICES He couldn't count (which was jn- -t ' NEW YORK AND CHICAGO as' well) : BRANCHES IN ALL TrtE PRINCIPAL CITIES Hut he had a swing that swung from By Mail. h! SUBSCRIPTION RATES: sunk in; hadn't much hair, and he hadn't - FRIENDSHIP WORTH WHILE the bell-G- reat How he could fight! His feet were big, and his legs were An enduring friendship is one of slim; the possessions we should prize mot His body was fat, and it .wouldn't in this day of selfi-- h greed, peix trim: JioggUh-nes- s. ss ambition and lie frightened children by the looks (Mark Twain makes l'ndd'n of him head Wilson say that "Friendship is Such was the case with Mrs. W. S. Hut gosh! How he could fight! one of the redeeming traits of hu"My wife Bailey, McCreaa-y- , Ky. man character.' Mark gees on to was taken down with a severe atTHE BOYS' WORK INSTITUTE say that "some friendships are of so tack of la grippe, which run into A group of Central Kentucky's strong and abiding and enduring a bronchitis. She coughed as tho5 she nature that they have been known to finest and best men have at anucb had consumption and could not sleep last a whole lifetime if not asked trouble and expense planned a series at night" Tho Doctor's medicine of Boys' Work Institutes, which arc gave 'her no relief and I was advised to lend money" Of course Mark was joking, as he now being held in the towns of Cento try Foley's Honey and Tar Comjoked to 'bis last breath. What we tral Kentucky. One of these is to pound. The first bottle gave her so started out to .say was that there arc be held in our city, Saturday and much relief that she continued using modem Damons and I'ytluascs, just Sundny it and three bottles effected a permaas unselfish, just si true, just as Winchester should got much good nent cure." Mr. W. S. Bailey says sincere as tho.-- c heroes of old Sy- from those meetings. Roy.-,-' Work he is prepared to answer mil inquirracuse to whom no sacrifice was too problems of Winchester will be dis- ies promptly. great that 'the one would not make cussed. We have them, too, and we For sale by All Druggists. it for the other. Our friends are arc not so sure that the problem lies iknown to us by the sacrifices they with the boys always. Do our older FURS'!! FURS!! FURS! kindly deeds people have the interest in work for make for ns, by the they do, by .tho words of encourage- boys that they should? Isn't it true Will pay you the LTrgeest Cash Avhen such that the majority of us have more Prices for your Furs. ment Ihey speak in times J. W. HISEL words bclp more "than tho-- c who care concerning the improvement of Bridge"Junk Shop. have never needed them can know. our live stock, of our farms and friendNo. 23 North Maple st. wc have for our boys? An unselfish and sincere houses, than The superficialities of life make ship is something to be valued, to be East Tennessee Phone 215, Ilome Esupon us that we 'hone 596. such largo demands cberishod, to be appreciated. pecially is this true of those who do not bavo the time to be companMT. ABBOTT have 'been tested and have proved ions to our boys and help them tKcir worth, and t'he-- c are by no fight out the battles of their youth. The Wesley Adult Bible Class of The future of Winchester depends means few'ln spite of the riwh for boys wc raise. Am- Mt. Abbott chlirch" will meet at the wealth and fame of tho present upon the crop of day. Marc Anthony spoke in vol- bitious, manly Christian boys make church' Friday evening, February 2, The greatest 1912, for a good social time togethumes over the bier of .Caesar when men who do things. town or country can er, and to get acquainted with- each wealth that'any be said: "He vfas my friend, faithful and boast of is the progressive men in other. Refreshments" will- be 'served, community who do big things. Every member is urged to be present, that just to me." "The "fame of his oration over the Let us give more attention to the im- and to bring some new man with him. 3cdy s dead friend will last as provement of our chief asset, the All boys and men are invited. Come long as types print that great speech. boys. Attend the meetings Satur- and have a "'bod time. Antony with all his weaknesses, re- day night and Sunday and learn MT. ZION. membered bisr friend and his remem- about the best methods of Boys' have been sucR" Deering, D. D., presidRev. John brance 'of that friend is now his chief Work, methods that ing' elder cf the Lexington district, Let's all be cessful in other towns like claim to greatwess. "' will hold quarterly meetmg serMarc'Aiironys in tha respect. vice at 'Mt. Zion 'Methodist churcu on next Saturday and Sunday, FebCool In Judgment. ADMIRATION FOR A RGHTER. No Judge 'must "decide between two ruary 3 and, 4. Preaching each . Mopersons white be is abp-yThe world JnVes .a fighter. The hammed. day at 11 a. m. and 0:30 p. fin. map, or the vnmatf cilb'?r, fpr Ibat Everylindy cordially invited. goih! n-- al bu.-ine- The state pure food authorities at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station reported Tuesday to County Attorney Scott Bullitt, of Louisville, sixty-fiv- e cases for sellwe will ing watered or skimmed milk against in every case wheie wo fail, dairymen supplying Louisville and supply the medicine ficc. Rcxnll Orderlies arc a gentle, ef- certain restaurants. These cases refective, dependable, and safe bowel sulted from the extensive inspections made regulator, strcngthener, and tonic. that have recently been They aim to reestablish nature's throughout the whole of the Louisfunctions in a quiet, easy way. Tiicy ville milk field add other pa its of lo not cause inconvenience, griping, Kentucky, The samples were collected from or nausea. The. am so pleasant to take and work so easily that they tho milk depots, the dairymen, the may be taken by any one at any restaurants, the hotels and other time. They thoroughly tone up the places' where milk is served, and when a sample was found to be watwhole system to healthy activity. Hc.v.ill Orderlies are unsurpassable ered or skimmed, further investigaand ideal for the use of children, old tion was made to determine whowa.s We responsible. About 700 samples were folks, and delicate persons. cannot too highly recommend them analyzed in Louisville and 05 cases In most to all sufferers? from any foiin of reported for prosecution. evil-- . instances the milk was taken from constipation and its attendant Three sizes, 10c, 1."c, and ."iOe Re- from the dairymen's herd to determember, you c;in obtain Kexall Rem- mine how much water had been ad edies in t'hi community only at our ded to the milk as supplied by the dairymen's cows. l'hillip-Dru- g stoic The Rexall Store. Red Cross Dairy (Phone 880-x- .) Store, 50 Sonth Main street. supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and sanitary Holstcin and grade Jersey FIRST LA GRIPPE, THEN BRONCHITIS. milk; not watered. - THE STORE OF PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE SHOPPING issuedso.r meeting of the committee TJico'dore I was endorsed. here 'l'ebniary 10, for discu.-sio- n of Where the vote .was oral unanifuture plans mous endorsements- were leported. ''I will not enter the list-,- " con- In no ward wheie ballots were cast tinued Revel, "of those who know did Tuft leccive above sevexactly what Roosevelt intends to du en vote-- , except in tho tweffth. which concerning the mention of-- his name endorsed Taft. for President. l're-ideut THEIR LITHOGRAPHS v1 AMI-7- )1 j Same Man As Always A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET to determine for myself that he was the same Ciinu AVet awl chilled feet affect now that we have always known him tho mucous membrane uf the no.-- e. him to be, and the attitude that he is ;uid filings, and la giipp-- . forced to take at the present timo is itibroat as honest, sincere and frank as wcie j bronchitis" or pneumonia may result. Watch caicfiilly. partieulaily the his actions cf other days. cbildieu, and for the rackim? stub-hor- n "I am convinced that the exigencoughs give Foley's Honey and cies of the country appeal to Tar Compound. It ot the.-- the inof Roosevelt with such force flamed anembnine-- . and heals the Witte You can Just bet that the that all other considerations ultiA. A. S.vagel. theatrical people are not opposed t4 couglis (uic!dy. mately will bo swept aside. x Kioi'i. Wis., say- -: "It always give j bill boards. People Behind The People Winks No. they are stuck on then. Foley's lluiey and Tar Compound to "Another tiling: the fact that the my children. It chics their eoicrh-a:i- d movement to nominate him orig THE BEST WAY colds and they like to take it." nates a.moug the peop'e tliem-elvFor Sale by All Druggists. would. T think, naturally appe.il to Rooevelt's icn-- e of duty as it mast TOM COWAN BACK appeal to every man. ''1 visited hint ili. es Tom Cowan, the popular baiber, at his- stand in the ' IcKldowney on them (with a third term he is. Railding and is now ready to serve am convinced, regretful that the prohis old friends and customers where posal of liis nomination is coming up you will always get prompt aud first as an imperative demand cf the peoclass service. ple a demand which may not in it-- - possible disrefind to BLACKSMITHiN gard." will of the people by forcing himself 1 "Instead of trying (o defeat !:e Caucuses Show Sentiment Efforts of the Cook county Repub- AVhen you want good horse-hoein- s: ASHAMED OF HER FACE "I was ashamed of ry face," writc-Hiss I'lckard of North Carolina. "It was all full of pimples and scars, hot D. after using D. say D. Prescription for Eczema I can that now there is no sign of that Eczema and that was years-ngo.- " three This is hut one of thousands of cases in which IX D. D. has simply washed away the sl;in trouble. V. I). 'D. cleanses the skin of the germs or Eczema, Psoriasis and other serious skin diseases: stops the Itch instantly, and when used with D. D. D. soap the cures seen to he permanent. Nothing llko D. D. D. for the complexion. Trial hottle 25 cents, enough to prove tho merit of this wonderful remedy. Wn can also give you a fun size hottle for 11.00 on our absolute guarantee that If this very first bottle fails to give you relief it will cost you nothi lican committee to obtain an expression "Wednesday night in the ward caucuses of the desire of the party as to (presidential iwniiiiiation-:- . brought out an expression on the subject from about bait of the thirty-wards' and six countiy disfive tricts. In all save one of these or any kind f reruiir work, don't forget that we do all kinds of work blackthat - done in a i.first-class all smith shop. Reasonable prii-es- ; work guaranteed. Yuur patronage coriier T. M. Dwmigau. solicited. Winn avenue, opposite I). !v Gay's waiehonsc. Eu-ee- ss Tho Stout Party Tho real secret ot is to find out what tho public wants. The Thin Party And glvo It UvItT The Stout Party No. Corner it. ll-18-4- ing. i For Sale By Strodes Drug Store. Heavy Weight Clothes at Light Weight Prices Remember that we Imve determined to close out every Heavy Suit and Overcoat. NOT A SUIT CARRIED OVER. V PEOPLE ARE , JWTH TEDDY President of the Colonel's National -- . of-Jii- -- Committee Right Ahead. at Chicago. Going LET US SHOW YOU - -- f Chicago, Feb. 1. "We are going right abead with our movement'.aud Mieipeoplo are with ns," saidlexnh--- . derTievell, president of the Roosc- velt National Committee,- hcri Wed- , 'I s. nesday after a visit to Theodore s R6oseveUVVi New Yorl. . A call-wa- Rupard-Stewa- rt Co. iV THE WINCHESTER NEWS. J Page Three. A GREAT MANY People arc taking advantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles about the house. We have the best things in the world for that purpose. All ire guaranteed to d6 the work as represented. JEWEIER ART We have cut our ii: docs does not is day. 'henaslr ias cerlbenext. There make you feel better.. is not a drop oi alcohol :n ii. Ycu :uve ir.c steady, even gam that comes from a strong toric. Ask your doctor all about this. JT-:- -t iJZAKiZ: him fully, and always J: as' he says. Ayer's-Sarsajiaril- ta Ask Your OocJtor It tonic, nit siimuate. 'ir'it jriz'- l.i- -i vi-ii- ed 8 CKILESBUSG. n hi poultry at Loui-il!- i. C H. BOWEN OC week. OPTICIAN Wcol 5 IE TY and Sir-- ,. Suits to one half price. at cost and below, Skirts Exchange and Luncheon The regular luncheon and exchange will Jje given by the ladies of zic the Central Ilnpti-- t vlmrcii in room on Slain Taylors .:ieet on Saturday. Mif-Lk- Ellen Pilaris and daughters moved into the house on Lexington avenue recently vacated by Mr. Leon lleimkcr. r.f Lexiiwrton. Mrs. Ila-- h, Weathei- -. la- -t week. Will Mi-- s Lucy Moi re- - ha- - returned to home at South Klkhoru. after a Vl.her r, Mrs. Milton IJa- o her vi-- it ker. ; 1. i i" r SI .lUlia SIIIUIl'S. .villi iui been ' ill at a Lexington - recov- to her home, eriii" and has returned of Mr. J, 1L Graves pureha-e- d Ifoho.t Godwin and G. II. Famoy. JO head of hop at ." cents. Mr- -. ri-telu-ptta!. i- The mairiage of Miss Elizabeth Savior to Mr Martin Williams iu Lexington January 20. The ceremony was witne?-c- d by the ( Mr. Itie'i-ar- d 'rbleV brother and MiSavior and Ii'ura Savior. After the ceremony, the couple lift r their home in the eountry. -s i i Mr. Join U. Ymutr. whose home is Eastern Star Ka-tern The regular meeting of .Mis Pearl Ilobin.son, of Carlisle, Star will Ik; lield Friday evening at is the attracthe guest of her broth7:30 o'clock in the Fraternity build- - er, I lev. L. llobiiiMni. Sir. J. E. Hopkins and Mr. L. 11. .Bryan were in the city Thursday. Mis- - Strauder Golf is recoverin:: from an attack of ton&ilitis. SPRING GOODS! a viiton ruary S. iMir. EUc .McLennan I'rof. and Mrs. D. I). Peele, of (V'unibin. S. C. arc being congratWebb left Wetlne-da- y Mr. for ulated on the birth of a line mui, I). Columbia. .Mo., where he wa called I). Peele. by the illner- -; of hi.--, father, Mr Ade '.Mrs. JJ- Haggard had as her Webb, who is "a. victim of tuberculomc--t Tuesday. Mr.--. C. E. Hondas, sis. Mrs. Quirg Mrs. X. 15. Sir. Dan Howard, of New direct. ISeatherage, Deatherage, Dcatherage. 31Y.- -. Elmer 5 improving from cveral week' Mr. Webber Ilaniilton. Mrs. J. Evans, of liichniond: and 'Miss Amos (Miss Stanley Jackson will return Girder, of Kansas City, Mo. Loui.-vil- lo - in Febfrom - Iliclimond pike, died at 10 ht at tM G,01 clwk S,,lM,a-- v l. Death was due Samaritan to Prighfs of which he had Miv John Paiker and daughter. -- ulTorer for some time. Sir. Miss Lillian Eddleman. of Lexing- been a ' Je amine county vra a native ton, visited 'friends here recently. L Mr. William EngH-- h is his -- amine county, and was a of Mr. John T. and wa-- Si r, Mrs. I'ov. Wilson, at WinchesDenton, 'of Kicbniond pike. His is ter. -- tirvived by his widow. Mrs. Emnm -s Mr. George Crystal made a Denton Young, one daughter. Miss trip to Mt. Sterling. Saturday. Young. w$io is a student at Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Hamilton, of Jennie ILimiltt n College ai'd one son. David GoodLexington, visited Mrs. Ilobt. Young, who Ii e at the family home. llo-dtadi-ea- -e son-it-Ia- w vi-iti- ng i-inlaw ai.-tei bu.-i-ne- win, recently. Mr. Jacob Graves lost seven i fine j j Our new Spring Goods "S. have arrived, Embroideries, of Laces, Mains consisting tc, Shorthorn cows by falling on the ice and freezing to death in the lecent i j cold Mr. Hood Gordon, proprietor oft won the "Home of Hie Gim d Red-,- " Justice Excels All. Above all other things, there 13 Jus- tice; success is a good thing; wealth is good also; honor is better; but Jus tice excels them all. David Dudley Field. will Sir and .Mrs. S. E. Koivcn, Mr. ' J. sooks, Masalia, Ginghams, Per cafes and Linens, "USE NOTHING COKSMGK BUT SENSE " accompany her. .Mas-te- r Divight Pendleton i recovering from a recent iHne?-- '. -- UiYrj. 1). l'cmlltuu and daughler. Kate, have returned from Cincinnati. the child underwent a operation for ion.-ilitSir. Waller Squires entertained with a theatre party for "The Heal Thing" in Lexington Wednesday evening. Sir. Gordon Steven-o- n and family 1 siic-Pfi5f- ul N. Sirs. Viola Xeivton and Sadie Xewtou left Tliuid:rv nicniiug for Lexington, to be at the bed.-id- c of Sirs. Scobee, who is W. Scobce, Mi- -s H BGH ART critically ill. Mi-- s Irene Uuwen ha.-- been ca'llcd from Texa- - to the bed-id- e of her si tor, 'Mrs. J. W. Scobee, at the St. Joseph Hospital, Lexington. j Mr. 15. C. Lary is ill at hi home on South Highland street with ' ton-.-ilit- is. ARTIS & CO. WATCH YOUR IS SINGING "D. D." j. j IGN A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAf.lE AS A LOCOMOTIVE TQ 'A TRA2N. 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 EVEN THE BIRDIE HI LADIES THE SOUND SLEEP OF GOOD HEALTH Is not for tho-- e .suffering froni kid ney ailments and irrcgularitie-- . The prompt e of Foley Kidney PilU will el backache and rheuma- heal and si lengthen soie, weak and ailing kidneys, norma! action, and with it health and if strength. Mrs: M. F. Spal-bur- y. Steiliag. 111., soys: "I suffered gmit pain in my back anU kidneys, could not -- leep at night, and could not ra:-- e my hands over mv head. Put two bottles of Foley KKlney PilK cured me. Ft ley Kidney Pills 'have my heartiest endorsement.'' For Sale by All Druggists. u-di-pn, ' re-to- re 9 A. LYNN FERRY. TheNew OeposStor Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention nnd prompt service. hiay prove All we ask is n.n opportunity to serve you that, he quality of,onr banking service. We invite you to call and sef nkm 1 the Eternal Vigilance is The Price OT Phillii-- , Theodore manly little son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Luxurant Ant! Radiani Hair. Henry II. Phillips, had always longor relative of It dandruff germs arc devouring ed tor at little coui-ithe nourishment that belongs to the his own age as a playmate. When news of the arrival of I). 1). 4iair it will soon begin to fall. FurPeele. Jr.. at the home of Prof, and thermore it will lose its life and and will become dull, faded Mis. IV I). Peele. at Columbia, S. In.-tand even look slovenly. C. reached here. Master Phillips was If you have any signs of dandruff wild with delight, and when his cayou ought to go right to your drugnary burst foith in joyous melody, ife cried happily, "Just listen, won't gist today and get a bottle of PARIThis delightful and you? Even the birdie is singing SIAN SAGE. refreshing hair tonic is guaranteed 'Dee! Dee!' " by Phillips Drug Store to kill danJ druff, stop falling hair and itching MEAL! MEACi! MEAL!!! scalp or money back. And it doe.-jn- st what itjs guaranteed to do and When in need of any meal don't tha-l'why its sales arc so enormous forget, that we have the old fashthe country over. PARISIAN SAGE ion water mill stones and do grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite is the favorite of refined women. David Gays warchiiue, on corner One bottle prove its superiority. Mi-ter cr , s cu-to- m Cifeens National Bank' -- Corner Main and South Court Street. Near Court Houwv Viincicstar, Ky. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay yon the Highest Cash Winn avenue. FURS! FURS!! n-- ss m "Old At a 9 Sacrifice Price Remember Your Profit Is Our Loss. v Hackaliah Bailey of Samers, about Phone 506. !S15, imported the first elephant brought into the United States. "Old BLEW HIMSELF UP Will pay you the Highest Cash Bet," with other animals soon after imported, formed the first traveling Prices for your Furs. menagerie in the country, ,vith which VJ. J. W. HISEL Van Amburgh, tho "'lion tamer, was Bridge Junk Shop, afterward associated. Thaddeus and No. 23 North Maple st. Gerard Crane. Lewis Titus, and John June, familiar to the public as enterEast Tennessee Phone 215, nome prising showmen, were from Somers Phone 596. and North Salem. Wesfthcster County Magazine. FURS!!! ll-18-4io eet." Prices for your Furs., J. W. HISEL 1 Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Mapie st East Tennessee. Phone 215, nome 1 Grows hair and we can prove it Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lustrous and Beautiful Immediately After a Danderine Hair Cleanse Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff A little Dandcrir.c now will immediately double the beauty of your liair No diifcrci.ee hoiv dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth Trith Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair taking on small strand at a time. The effect is immediate and a:nazlng your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy and have an appearance of abundance; an incomnarahlc lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true lair health. Trv as voir will after an anr.Hcation of Danderine. you cannot find a single trace of dandruff or a loose oi falltt? hair and your scalp mil not itcli, Out what will please you most will be afterafew week's use when you will actually see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair sprouting all over the scalp. Danderine Ls to the hair wliat fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It poes right to the loots, .invigonues and strengthen them. Its properties cause the luir to grew abundantly long, strong and beautiful. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderinu from any drug store or toilet counter and proe to yourself tonight now that your hair b as pretty and sofffis any tliat it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment that's all vou surrly can .have beautiful hair and lots of it, if you will, just try a little Danderine Real surprise awaits you. v MIV ( I Nature Always Supreme. Nature paints tho best part of picture, carvtrb tuu uusa part ot statue, builds the best part of house snd speaks tho best part of oration Kmcrson. the tne the the i I j Value of Cocoanut. The cocoanut Is not only valuable as a source of food and drink in trop-ical countries, but it Is also the best of ail trees for shade. . j r WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOMB, Inc. This coupon' and five cents will admit any scholar attending an of the schools in Winchester at Manager. WINCHESTER; KY. The Lyric Theatre, SATURbAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 3rd Bring this Gougon. " First Autoist They tell me your chaffcur is an jngeL x Second Autoiit I reckon he Is about now. He lit a match this morning to see It the gasoline task was full. " Emancipated. Apici" "flpr new cook Is a Suffra', gette.iocflli's "How. does sh workitt&3f "All right, bat she Elks Building 6f- - Main Street Both Phones 364. '.yTtrf THE WINCHESTER NEWS Such Fun, By Heck, Don't Miss This. Something New Every Night, Auditorium Skating Rink WHEN? ALL, THE REST OF THIS WEEK Masquerade. Prize, $6 skate book for the best gentleman make-uGrand march led by the winners. Only $5 skate book for best lady make-u' those masqueraded allowed in march. SATURDAY NIGHT Each contestant Mile Cracker Race, six times around rink. 2 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 tie; 1 box Johnson Choice Candy to lady wearing smallest tie. wearing largest worth of tickets. WEDNESDAY Leap Year Skating Party.' 'Each couple (lady and gent) will be admitted on one admission and skate ticket.' NIGHT FRIDAY NIGHT p; p. 1-- DON'T FORGET THE EL REY SISTERS AFTER THE RUNAWAY Experience is a dear teacher, and if your carriage goes to pieces from accident cr use, you will find that a reliable repair shop, that will do you work at fair prices, is the cheapest place to take it to: We can make a vehicle as good To Appear in Lexington on Februas new when it looks as if lightning had ary 3, Matinee And Night. Able struck it. Cast Accompanies Kcr. . Sole agent for the celebrated Jemco Harness that stands for quality. Cathryn Howe Palmer is the name first-cla- ss i.i NEXT WEEK. SAME OLD PRICE residence 'was saved fioni complete destruction. Mr. Albeit Xorri, of Owingsville. Hath county, and .Miss Ucrtha Foley, of this county, eloped to Ironton, Ohio, and were married- - They went to Ashland on a bridal tiip. 'Mr. Xorris is a prominent and sucess-fu- l young farmer, and liis bride, who is a daughter of Mrs. 'Mollie Foley, of the Stoops neighborhood, is an attractive voung woman. it installed their officers for the ensuing term, as follows: ; Jas. Vaughn, W. J. Johnson, V. C; S. B. Kerr, T. S.; B. C. Kim-bre- l, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS treas.; lc a word for 8 sinjj'h. mscrtiac-S-c Jt. S.; It. II" John-o- n. a worst for Uirsc ccnicciiUv; In It. B. Devary, I" S.; T. W. Abbitt, 0. serilons. S.; John Gross, con.; Jas. Snowden, Dillard Crow and J. II. Snowden, Y:C. a word for cat's iddStfcsaJ to strllun. trustees; J. II. Matherly, chaplin. to ICc a worii pur ofitfc. After installing the officers the Scattered Inetrtlans, Is par wcri members and visiting friends enjoyfrmrtlon. ed the oyster supper prepared for Mothlng Inswtesl fcr iesi tbas tar the occasion. cents. Nothing chsrg4 a fcwk? fcr liM than 25 cutis. Obedience Not Due. There is no obedience due to sinful commands, nor to any other than ffiACy AND STOKELY what Is lawful. Mohammct. FOR RENT. Coed hotel or private bonrdi.'.g honse with fourteen rooms. batti- -. gas pnd all modern convenience-- . Jut oiT of Main street, in center of city, very best location in Winchester. Price right. 1 com Hat, 2 square from Main -- treet ; all modem convenience- -. Price 1(5 3 per month. Storeroom or office building on first iloor, has two nice rooms with modern conveniences, about 1-- 2 s(uaie frcm Main street. Price .f!0 per month. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES 3-1-2-- FOR RENT THE SWEETEST Five room house; 4.1 acres grass and 10 acres tobacco land; j some corn ground. C. T. Forkner, Home phone C42. PA! LOST $3o in money at L. & N. de pot. Return to this office and receive rcwatd. S. C" Reed. When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping your money in your home circles. POOLE & PUItLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE 500 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. n. Croxton, Home phone S13-- T. STROTHER SCOTT Lexington Avenue. 27 W J. eat call in HENWe need of good things to any part to us. deliver goods of town. TRY HOLLAR'S SPECIAL COFFEE W. HOLLAR i Home Phone 3T4 E. Tenn. 106 Don't buy a Car until you have investigated the Buick line. We have cars ranging in price from $850 to $180U, nothing quite as good at the price, ask anyone who owns one. We carry in stock a full line ol Tires and Tubes and all kinds of Auto Supplies. Our prices are right, give us a trial. faof a comic nctre only miliar to tlie.it regoers, although she Slate Chairman Henry It. Prewitt. of hits to her credlias a long of this city, Wednesday received the it in t"ie Eat. It is thought that her official call for the Democratic Naname will be 'better known and the tional Convention, and will call a netre.-- s, herself, better appreciated meeting of the Democratic State Exapears in Lexington Feb- ecutive Committee about the time the after ruary fi. matinee and night', as Chief Legislature adjourns Insure in to decide on Support to Trixic Fiiaganza in "The the method, time and manner in STROTHER'S Sweele-- t Girl in Paris," the new exwhich the districts and the State-at-lara- c travaganza which Harry Askin is will be chosen for the na OLD sending to this city. tional meeting, JjjJBf' ' Ml- - .'Palmer - a rarity among our ? FlfiE INSURANCE AND actrcfr-e,-- . inasmuch as she is somePUBLIC STENOGRAPHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY thing more than the mere eccentric All kinds of stenographic work at Kf.'ice Fraternity Bids., Pdons 185 sonbrctte who dcpend upon a comic easor.ablc prices. Miss Alice Moss, make-u- p alone to get her laughs. it MniTctt & Spencer's office in FraShe 'ha- - a strong, pic sense of ternity Building. " IN A character; and it has been said ol acting that behind and beneath HCVV COLD AFFECTS her a her ;no-- t extravagant exhibitions THE KIDNEYS. feeling for life and an JUt-RDOM thing as they are that combine of Avoid taking cold if your kidneys value to evreal aiti-ti- c to give a Cold congests the erything flic undertake-- , Mi-- s Pal- are enitie. Motion Pic kidney.-'-, throws too much work upon A Stupendous mer's chief sucee-- s to date outride ture Production of The them, and weakens their action. New York was made.in "The even kidney trouble and Famous Temperance in which she was may disease Bright' Drama. with Raymond Hitchcock in StiengtCicn your kidneys, get lid of 1905-00.- " the season of and orenc.-'S- . build them up 'he by the timely uof Foley Kidney NOTICE Pills" They will cure any case of The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'oe, kiwiey or bladder trouble not beyond will serve cows at $2.00, money due the icach of medicine. No medicine at time of service. can do more. B. A. OGDEN. For Sale by All Druggists. FOR RENT Office room- - in Brown-Proctori- a. RELIABLE Steam plicated. Hot s. i- and cold running water. Singly Mo-Wood-o- n or ia suites. manager. 3 -- 29-1 v J. M. STEVENSON Aitorncy-atLaw TEN NIGHTS 60 S. Main St. E. E. LO0MIS Winchester, Ky; obe-rvati- Auctioneer McEldowney Building, FOR SALE ce Se-rio- u- Merry-Go-liound- ," co-st- ar ic-wl- -e A PICTURE REPLETE WITH Winchester, Ky. cr RENT Tw-.-- tr on Ea- -t Hickman now occupied by Mrs. Phari-- . In PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH firt class condition. Apply to W. Attorneys-at-I.a- w w II. Garner. Adm'r. Oth Floor McEldowney Building second-han- d FOR SALE A upright Winchester, Ky. piano; cheap for cash or on easy cash payments. Apply to Miss Pearl Rutledge. FOR RENTA (i room cottage on College street; gas, water, bath, electric b'ghts and a garden: will rent at a bargain if rented at once. Apply to Mrs. Bcttie Home phone 320. FOR SALE ftntdta J?. 0.61? ttr. t mm o.rrren totbM WINCHESTER GARAGE E. JAMES - H. TURLEY FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! PATHOS AND COMEDY lot. OukUr Home Phone L KING Proprietor. 21 East Tenn. Had Been III of Bright's Disease. And Es PUBLIC SALE OF LAND On Monday, I will offer Was Highly Respected ! teemed Citizen. Ky.. Feb. 3. Mr. Jame- - II" Tuiley died at his home at Sideview, Monlgomeiy county, Tue.--dnight, of acute Bright's Turley had only been ill about of live wee- - and was on the Steiling la.--t court day. lie was a Jit. merchant at Sideview, and looked after hi fanning intere-t- s. Mr. Turley was 55 year of age, and was the of the late Amos Turley, of this by his wife county. JTe is and four children. Mr. Turley leaves an estate valued at $2."i,000. The buiial will take place ih Machpelah cemetery, Thursday afternoon. Mr. Sterling. ay Will pay you the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEr You have seen the play, Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st novv see the picture. East Tennessee Phone 21i5, Horn Phone 506. First Performance 7:45 Second Performance 9:00 LOG LICK. An-deio- n. The Big Run Coal, the market ; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Construction Company. best on the Ciark County National BANk attH M 1MI 11-28- -tf February 5, 1912, Bourbon County Court Day,. at public sale at the Court house door in Paris, Ky., Mrs. L. H. Erewitt's farm of 243 acres lying near Cane Ridge, Bourbon county, Kentucky. This farm is mostly in grass, has on it a lnrge colonial dwelling tobacco barn, a large stock barn, a tenant 'house and all house, a ncscessary outbuildings, all in good repair, is well fenced, and all the lofndaries are well supplied with water. The best care has been taken of this land for the past fifteen years. The farm is in an excellent neighborhood, convenient to school and church, and is on a rural mail route. d cash in The sale will be made on the following terms : d d in one year, and in two hand on making of deed, years from that time, with interest at six per cent per annum, lien to be reserved to secure the purchase money, but if the purchaser should want to pay more cash, he may pay as much as he likes when the deed is made. The sale will be made at 1 o'clock, p. m. Any one desiring further information or to look over the farm may apply on the farm, or to the undersigned at Winchester, Ky., by mail or telephone, or in person, or to Harris & bpeakes at raris, Ky. . Possession will be given on March 1, 1912. ten-acre The moving season is on hand" Mr. J. S. ITutson has moved to the new dwelling he lately erected in Powell county: Mr. Ben Hutson to the house vacated by J. S. Unison, and Thomas Hutson to the Ben Hutson farm. Winchester Opera House, Thurssday, February 1, '12 Admission FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phono 232. FCR SALE OR RENT 10 days only my small farm, 1 mile from Winchester on the Ruckerville pike. Ha.-- all modern improvements. Pcs.-e.-sigiven at once. J. II. Newberry, Tenn phone. 1C4. on Accconis ol ftlerciiaitt, and Traders Solicit Coi!eci!on; Famtri Mi oa All FtlA. 10c C?pital and Surplus $350,000.00 (Unci Hours Ida Witt, of Estill county, is tho pleasant guest of Mis Ida Vaughn, of this place, this week. Mr. J. T. Adams, of Allansville, is Mi-- ' s THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. FOR RENT Sixty acres of Xo. I corn ground; clover sod. A houSJ and 10 acres in grass. J. H Croxton, Horce phone S13A. -tf Home rneaa TN. '"JVrJI One-thir- one-thir- one-thir- DAVID PREWITT fiEO. D.SPEAKES, Auctioneer. of While Mrs. James Douglas, Plum Lick," was getting dinner her little son got holdof some matches, and lighting one, 'pulled open a bureau drawer, uid ttirew the match in the contents. The bureau and all its eorrfents were destroyed and it was-on- ly by hard work that the visiting Mr. Levi Adams, of this place Mrs. Alta Wood, cf this place, was the pleasant pi est of her cousin. Laynie Crow, near Rabbittown. the pnt week. Uncle John B. Grow is very ill at this writing. Mrs. Eliza Crow, of Rirght Angle, visited her brother, S" B. Kerr, the past week. Log Lick Council No. 108, Jr. O. U. A. M. on Saturday, January 27, DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. ruth Floor .McEldowney BullAlaf. WINCHESTER, KY. LOST Terms Cash H. L. GILBERT & CO. Home Phont 37 Thursday the dance pin with topaz setting eening a fcmd filigree yjame. Liberal reward if returned to Mrs. J. M. wk Pickrell. At FOR SALE 100 extra, nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrels. 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