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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 2, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912020201_sn86069133 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 2, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. LAST EDITION j VODUME 7; No. 89. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Wi NCR ESTER, KENTUCKY, hould want to know his opinions" ranked with no less than Bryan and La Follette as a speaker. So yon see there is something got d yet to come. , We realize that conditions have net been altogether favorable .for a large attendance at one or two of the last numbers, and we have nothing but the most hearty appreciation for the interest already manifested by the community in their attendance in spile cf the bad weather, etc., hist it is hoped that neither bad" weather nor n Saturday night's engagement will be available "for an excuse for your absence at the next two numbers. The Saturday night we hope very carefully to avoid and tne weatiier we mist to uc m our -FRIDAY-FEBRUAR- WEATHER Stewly Rising Temperature Y 2, I9!2. 2 CENTS ctte, Franklin, Henry, Montgomery, Ohlham, Owen, Scr.tt and Woodford. Eighth District Adair, Anderson, Boyle. Casey. Claik, Garrard, Jessamine, Lincoln. Madi-01- 1, Mercer, Shelby and Spencer. Ninth District Bracken. Bath, Boyd. Carter, Elliott. Fleming. Greenup, Harrison, Lewis, Lawrence, Mason, Menifee, Morgan. Nicholas, Robertson, Rowan and Wolfe. Tenth District Breathitt, Clay. Estill, Floyd, Johnson. Knott, Lee, Lcdie, Letcher, Laurel, Martin, Ma-- j gollin, Owsley, 1'ike, Powell and A COPY; (0 CENTS A WEEK GROUND HOG He is IS Doesn't BLUFFED Dare Stick His Nose Out of His Hole, After One First Peep If there is siieh :i thing :is the weather being rough enough to bluff the our weather prognoticator, ground hog, into staying in his hy- bcrnal obrCKvutory. he never put in his appearance today. Erven is' the sun hail not been shin ing one look at the conditions on the surface of terra firma would cause him to duek fur several days, if mot favor. for several weeks. A statement fiom the ; student We are as djwn hearted as the committee in charge of the managehog a.bout itiie weather and a great ment of he course we hope will not deal bluer, especially if we brave the lie out of place or misunderstood. north and west winds that now pre- We are indebted fqr tho high char vail. If out swinish friend sniffs so acter of the course this year to the much cold in the air that there i wise selection of '.Prof. Tigert before danger of his snout getting frost his resignation as President of Kenbitten, he 'hybernatcs (again, for we tucky Wcslcyan College. suppose he is enough like other hogs When President Clark came lie to want to root, and we lo not be- took the course off Prof. Tigert's lieve he prefers rooting in the snow. hands assuming all financial respon On the whole, the indications are sibilities.' So far with the hardest ithat we will have six .weeks more bad work of the committee the receipts weather for we are quite sure that have not been sufficient to cover the the badger will not brave the elc- -' expense of the numbers already had irients even if the un had not been by about one hundred and sixty dolshining. The ground hog is a lars. fighter in his den for he will whip Now we are not asking for a sub the gamest bull terrier: but. in the scription to help pay out and Piesi-deopen air he is Soon overcome. And Clark would not have made thi? neither does the of course he would prefer battling statement him.-el-f. with the elements in his underground access of the course mean anything home. to the committee financially ibut we am not the least 'bit skeptical in do not feel that President Clark will I regard to the "traditions that have be encouraged to repeat the course been handed down by our anoesors again next year at so great a loss. for in fact we lose much of life if It does mean a gieat deal to the sUi- we do not believe in them. Noth- lent intellectually and we feel that it ing helped our early settlers any ought to mean as much to the community. more than this particular. It is the desircof President Clark If the sun shone out that day they to make the Lyceum course a per home-mad- e jeans buttoned their coats 'the tighter and with renewed manent feature of the college work determination passed the remainder tuns making the college, as it should highe-- t of the winter. If the day was cloudy be, the auspices of the very preparations were begun for spring inlclectual entertainments of the work, and 'the whclo up-hof the community. The students arc en wili business is that they prophe-ie- d the thusiastic over the idea and are ng to contribute their part to the weather about as well asnvc. with all Iwcossj !(l "tho entorpri-j- ; but of our modem apparatus. oursc it can never be realized until we are encouraged by a sufficient in terest on the part of the people of ufii Liiouimiuu the eommuntiy. "Wo trust you will TO APPEAR HERE not fail to sco the annouuccmciib. onceming the next numlwr and then ive ns your attendance upon that Mr. Phidelia Rice Will Be Heard in occasion. nt ot This City, Under Auspices of Ken- MANAGING COMMITTEE. MEETING OF BOARD POSTPONED On Account tucky Weseyan College. Mr. Phidelia Rice, famous impersonator, will appear in this city on February 13, under the auspices of Kentucky Wcslcyan College- It could not be afforded to purchase a whole lecture course just to got to hear one man. A single bad number is no recommendation to an enterprise if this kind. Lindsey's lecture was by no means the climax of the eoursc from which the remaining numbers fail in interest or importance. The entire course was selected with special care as to variety and quality and with the sole aim of making- each number really interesting and profitable to all. There' are two numbers y.'t to qome the quality and persoi .tlity of wliich are by no means in'erior to what we have had. Mr. Phidelia Rice who will bp in "Winchester on the 13:h day of February has attained a national reputation tis an impersonator. In the season of 1!09 Mr. Hire appeared on the platform at Chautauqua His rendition a number of times. ovation. elicited the most nnu-u- al He was one of tho few of the season A WEEK of Absence of County Superintendent Lanter, Regular Meeting is Not Held Friday Night. The regular meeting of the County Hoard of Education was to have bjen held on Friday night, but on account of the absence of County Superintendent Lanter. was postponed until next Friday night. Prof. Lanter is attending the Corn Show at Maysvillc. STOKELY HOUSE AND LOT TRACY AND SELL Cottage Home is Purchased by Kirs. W. H. Rash For $1,300. Possession at Once. Stokely. as agents for Allen Osliorne, of Star City, Indiana, sold his house and lot on Third avenue, this city, Thursday afternoon to Mrs. W. II. Hash for .fl.300. Possession given at once. They al-- o leased the W. F. Dand-ridg- e property on North Main street, known as the Winn property, to Mr. G. M. Ramsey, of this city, who will remodel it and conduct a first-claboarding Kpnse, ".gijjflf ;?j ; Tracy & toreeeive the regular Chautauqua b salute. Mr. Lybarger's lee hire, the fifth and lat number of the season. will be exception. Mr. Lyfaargeri He is an oratcr and a state-ma- n. one of the men who-- c influence U really helping to shape public thought in national affairs; we ss I). C, Feb. 2. Washington, Feb. 2. A bill for Government ownership of railroad, of State Knox cabled David telegraph, Lubin, Delegate of the United States telephone and express to the International Institute of Agproperties engaged in interstate commerce was introduced by Reprericulture at Rome, Italy, that he can Perry. be absent from March 15 to May 1. Eleventh District Bell, Clinton, sentative Berger. of Wisconsin, Soin order to attend the Southern Com Cumberland, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, cialist. The bill is a sequel to Postmercial Congress in Nashville, April Monroe, Pulaski.- - Rockcastle, Rus- master Geuer.il Hitchcock's recent 8 to 10, and later hold a series of sell, Wayne and Whitley. declaration for Government ownerconferences in various states to exSenator Thomas, Bourbon Act to ship of telegraph lines. plain the Raiffe.-e- n system of co- pay George W. Judy .$107 for money operative rural credits Jbat enables expended ill capturing four escaped TtfO CHILDREN the peasant farmers of Germany to prisoners. do a banking of over Senator Welch, ll Act dividBURNED TO DEATH .$1.0000,000.000 a year. ing the state with 3S senatorial disPrior to tho sessions of the Con- tricts. e gress Mr. Lubin will meet in Senator Arnett. Jessamine 'Act to Explosion of Oil Lamp in Heme of a committc; of two leading men amend the revenue law so as to proLouis Isler, Their Father. Parfrom each state in order that the vide for a revenue agent's supervisents Seriously Burned. may be thoroughly whole or and no suit for taxes shal lbe filed New York. Feb. 2. A boy cf six and its possibilties consid- until first submitted to this supervisind a gill of four years were burned ered as a means of strengthening the or. rural life of America. Senator Arnett, Kenton Act fix- - to ,leath in tbeir bels Thursday, and ing a license tax on the production two othcr r!'''lren. brother and si's-jter of tIle victims, are in a critical petroleum oil and natural gas. SENATE ENJOYS Senator Bagbey. Lewis Act to jCUI!,(lit!o11 in a hospital in Brooklyn amend section C53 Kentucky Statues as tI,e rcu!t f 1,n explosion of an Lsler, by providing how existing values of oil IamP ' tIle I,0Ine f ku E W life insurance policies shall be cal- - t!leir father. Isler and his wife weie HERC seriously burned. dilated. Senator Bosworth, Bell Act to Between Senator Salmon And Louis amend section 2057 Kentucky Stat- -' irni 10 11111 pCpPCf)U Arnett, A"d Hears Oil Poured on ores so as to nunish anv one who LLDUO flUU rLlUUvMJr1 The Waters. Other Doings. shall aid or assist in the sale of liAT MAYSVILLE MONDAY quor in local option districts. Frankfort. Ky. Feb 2 The Senate Among the new hills offered in the Thursday enjoyed a fierce row be- House were the following: But ley Society Officials to Speak In tween. Senator Samon and L. W. ArPool. Scheol Douglas, of Boyle, a bin ap- - j Behalf of Mr nett, heard oil poured on the troublrian Killed. .$.".000 annuallv to the ed waters by Louis' father, B. M. school to increase salaries of inMiyswille. Ky., Feb. 2. On MonAinetl. and listened to a lecture by structors. day, February at 1 o'clock PresiLieut', lant Governor E. J. McDcr-mo- tt Mr. Aiken To restrain gas, heat, dent Clarence LcBus, of the Burley warning them against the di affair." light, water, ice, coal and such complacin ; of the regular order and urg- panies from discriminating in the Tobacco Society, will address the Lexington, Ky, iFc j. 2. The Lex ing them to get busy before the rest distribution of such commodities and farmers uf Mason county in the ing iicnuu pu'DiiMiic , an editorial i Courthouse on the subject of the of the session is so near gone it will tho prices charged. from the Woodford Sun, the leading n, , . i i be in uossiblo to pass meritorious ooneij aooacco Mr. Stoll,-o- f Fuvctie. wants to Democratic paper : t Versailles, in TO OPPOSE CANTRILL 1,0 wiU be accompanied measures. make it a misdemeanor to go on the l'o1 I,an- which the editors, A. A. and Dan Mr- - A- - r Psnion. vicePresi-..- .. The expected fight in the Senate land of another without having husi- V Bomnr, declare that under no society who will also ad- "dent of the in .,... Bourbon lo pul over the Demccrats Leading . t. Prison circumstances will they support County Are Considering His Name Comrr.'.sioners bill did not materialCreating a state dress the growers. Mr. Williams Congressman J. Cunpbsll Cantrill With View of Giving His Support. ize. board to examine stationary engines, Cantrill for if he is the The Kentucky Court of Appeals The IIou.-- o defeated the bill of authorizing the Governor to appoint put a crimp into Mason county's Democratic nominee for Congress in The Frankfort. Ky., Feb. 2. Repri ientativc Ilcrrington to move three division engineers. the Seventh Distri-- t, regardless of methods of transporting pupils to name of Judge Dennis Dundon, of Mr. Robertson, oE Louisville, bill the of tho State Geowhether the snup primary which the the county schools, deciding in the county, is being conParis, Rourbon limiting cold storage period on eggs logic!. survey to Frankfort' Congressmen! had his friends call off suit of Shanklin vs. Boyd that tho sidered by the Democrats of FrankThv resolution to investigate the to nine months, and requiring that school tax levy could not be used or not. the cditonr.l savs m part: lin county, as a candidate for the "If the snap pri nary is held and nomination for Congress to succeed State Experiment Station was laid hotels and restaurants serving such for the puqosc of hauling children eggs to carry a placard anouncing other Democrats arc contesting ttlic vL .'Campbell Cantrill, in case the over until Monday. to school. The decision will affect Canrtill the Among the new bills introduced tho fact. The applause with which a number of comities that have alnomination with Mr. District Committee rescinds its call was cno by Senator Tunis, of Fay- tho bill was received would indicate ready adopted the plan of hauling Sun editors will denand the right to call for .Mr. Campbell'.- - snap primary eating cold o that somebody had been ette county, prohibiting the vote on the groin d that they are pupils to county schools. on the Kith of March. -. "n good standing in Ken- storage egg.known Democrats or sale of cigarettes Judge Dundon has many friends in Another bill that created a laugh ond will pledge tl emselvos ;to .sup- Franklin county and within the past tucky and a redisricting bill by It ma.kes the was offered by T. M. Bertman. but Mr. CanPritehard which port any other nominee three days leaders of the Democracy, Senator will be county off assesses at of from 10 to 2. cent-o- n :'pprrently leave Clark trill. If they learn that they whose sole desire is to see tho Asheach $100 of property owned by IS TP BE CREATED refu-e- d permission at the polls to tde map or puts it in a district by land District kept up to its will not in the a bachelor, between the ages of it ismot mentioned vote on these terms, they standaid in representation itsek as thirty-fiv- e and sixty years, the taxbill., vote at all. A new school district will be cree Democratic mannd to its Among other bills introduced were es collected .to go the school fund. Why Statement is Made ated and a new house built just out jorities, have, been considering his "We make this statement at this name with a view to giving him the the following: of tho city limits in North Park. Senator Moody to better prevent COURT OF APPEALS time because we have always tried support of the county if possibleThe need of such a district is The 'vr"hings and mob violence. with to be perfectly fair readily seen as the children of this p pxl:-z- tj Whether l!:a ii reoar readers, and we tlrink. that now. scinded or not if he will consent to bill provides for action for damage community have formerly been numand removal of negligent officials. ml not. later, is the time to make become a candidate. bered in the Mooresville district Senator Pritehard Bill dividing Says Body Has Right to Dismiss ollli, 0f this city. There will be our intentions known. Judge Dundon is one of the most Willis As Superintendent Of The .omething over seventy scholars this is proper to say that there is popular among the younger Demo- the state into eleven congressional "It Asylum. no personal enmity whatever as the crats of the district. His majorities districts: vear. First District Ballard. Caldwell, 01111.or our uecision. ihb oasis as County Judge in Bourbon have Ky.. Feb. 2. The Frankfort, Hogan Royce. editors have not now, and have never been an index in his popularity at Calloway, Carlisle, 'Crittenden, FulLivingston1. Court of Appeals Thursday affirmed M. J. D. Hogan awl Mt-- s Mary T. had the slightest uiJdnd personal home and his political record is ton, Graves, Hickman, and the case of Dr. R. L. Willis vs. Albert Royce Sere married at the home of MeCracken feeling for, or enmity against Mr. straight. In the prime of a vigor- Lyon. Marshall. Scott, etc., from Fayette county, and Eld. J. W. Harding, on Thursday. Trigg. Cantrill. ous manhood, with an eloquence that Daupholds 'the right of the Board, after Congratulations are extended. Second District Christian. years old. seems to have inherited "The Sun is forty-twand' Su- We doubt if it ever failed to support an diiteii!y ithat has never been viess. Haucock. Henderson, Hopkins. due notice, to dismiss Willis as Lexington perintendent of the j Certainly questioned he would make a strong McLean. Union and Webster. nominee. n Democratic TOO LATE TO CtASSTY Butler, lum. The Court sa it is unreasThird District Allen, during, the thirty years since our candidate, sav his friends here. frnmer- Barren. Edmonson, Logan, Metcalfe, onable to suppose .that the father purchased it, it has always Todd ' and of the constitution intended that be- Muhlenberg. Simpson, THE LYRIC. so. Its present editors have done DEATHS AND ' fore an employe of an institution like Warren . tho Democratic ticket from voted Breckinridge, this could he removed for incompe- Wm. Thackcry's Vanity Fair, 3000 District Fourth their majority, one of them for magnificnt staged and acted Green. Hardin, iencj- - or the like, that their cases fett Bullitt. Grayson. Mrs. Bettie Boyle Gay twenty-thre- e one of them for and Died, alt Pisgah, Woodford comity, Hart, Larue, Marion. Meade, Nelson, would have to be taken to a court production. Don't mi.--s this one and twenty-on- e years Neither of them : and then tried with all the delays be sorry that you did tomorrow. have ever 'scratched' that ticket. February 1, Mrs. Bettie Boyle Gay. r! u1. T.n-l-- r . v. i mill Vn!iintnn . in t .... in... ... .which attend such trial- will sing. "I want a Mr. Wat-o- n Fifth District Jefferson. Neither of them has ever intention- was the widowof Louis W. Gay. for Campbell,1 Girl." DflnltIoti of Velocity. remained away from the polls merly of Clank eounty. but has made " Sixth District Boone ally TeacheWhat Is Telocity. Johnny? Knox, Grant, Lady Godiva, one of the feature her home in Woodford cojmty for .Carroll. Gallatin, on election day. Johnny Velocity Is what a chap lets reels for Saturday afternoon and many years. Burial at Pisgah, Feb- - (Pendleton and Trimble, Have Seen Democracy :Wreced go of a wasp with. I night. School cliildren 5 cents. Seventh District Bourbon, Fay- ruary 3 at 2:30 o'clock. We have seen Democracy Washington, Sec-rotary E-ti- Kentucky practically wrecked sev oral times by those," who through ma imputation rode rough-sho- d over the people and placed, or sought to place IS MURDERED unlit men in ollice. "Xow, at the dawn of what promise sto be the best day Kentucky has Relatives of Ernest Robinscn Susever seen, tho same cloud appears on pect Foul Play And Will Try to the horizon in Mr. Cant i ill's candiFerret Out The Katler. dacy and 'snap primary.' "We have stood for these things Mt. Sterling. Ky., Feb. 2. Mr. J. every time before and the result has L Robinson, of this city, received a been evil... There must be a stopping telegram Thursday announcing that place somewhere, and we have arhis son, Ernest Robinson, had been rived at it. found dead just at the outskirts of "It" is perhaps unnecessary to say Giiuley, W. Va. Xo particulars were that our refusal to support Mr. Can-tri- ll given. It is believed byithc boy's relindicates no change otherwise atives that he was the victim of foul in our altitude towaid tho Democratplay. Thos. Ri.binson, brother of ic party. Under its banucr we exthe dead boy, went to West Virginia pect constantly to light in the future in 'he noon train Thursday and will as in the past, giving to its nominees take :i detective with him to ferret the best service in our power, but out the matter.-- Young Iiobinson swallowing no more uch doses as had worked with tho Adams Express have several 'times been prepared for Company and telephone companies us of late. in this state, and was well known. Will Not Suppcrt Republican. Ha was about 30 years of age and Wc will not suport any man for was horn and reared in this city, Cabin. Many will claim that this bedy will be brought here for burial. rendens- - our refusal to support Mr. Cantnill futile and foolish. A sale of finely bred horse stock "We have this to stay in reply. It .vas held here Thursday by Greene is not our business to regulate the Bros. The best prices were $220 affairs of the Ashland District, but for Greene's Borbon. by Bouibon oiily to put ourselves and the Sun in Chief: Miss Maggard. by WilsonV the right attitude- - Mr. Cantrill shall King, for .fl21.r0: Pearl, by Cecil not he elected by our vcte, or our Wilkc-The other for .?187..10. support, or influence, but we will not named from .$(55 to .$145. vote with a party who-- e principles Twelve head were sold for total of are diametrically opposed to ours. $1,0-10- . or an average of about .$130 "If tliQ Democrats of this district per head. .A pair aged mules sold put Mr. Cantrill in Congress by their for .$150. The sale was well attend votes, he is such a representative as ed by local buyers hut nr.- foieign they deserve and should have. We buyers were present. utterly decline to he forced into vrting the Republican ticket because other Democrats will not do theii duty, and shall feel no whit of reTO SUPPORT CANT8ILL sponsibility if Mr. Cantrill is nominated. If the Democrats of the district follow our example, he will Democratic Versailles Paper at not return to. Congress. If Says it is Tire! of Machine nicy uo i, Liat is their own Methods of Congressman. KFNTUCKlAN SECRETARY OF soc IALIST USES IDEA - STATE KNOX HITCHCOCK Has Cabled David Lubin Thct He Can Attend Southern Commercial Congress. Representative Berger Introdues' Bill For Government Owership of Tel-ecrap- hs. Nas'h-vill- m sy.-te- ed J of - Ten-Ye- ar nrom-iatiu- ."3. T 1 1 b-- v 1 niaim-factrr- time-honor- old-tim- - v.:- - 0-- -.1 ' o A-- y- J I mm u r ?rZl"Mt!.r,l I M A Scientific, Artistic Act That Always Makes Good and Plays Heturn Engagements EL SKATING DANCING GIRlS SISTERS THE iEbisih ieh .Continually. 3 i Prettiest and Most Fascinating Exhibition in the Country. Hit of Madison Square Garden New York Where , they Played Four Weeks g V 1 ft ft. Auditorium Skating Rln i t -- WEEK FEBRURY 5 XII MATINEE EVERY DAY' Mastering". Difficult Stunt WordPerfect Grace Special Matinee Wednesday & Saturday ' Admission, lOe HI GOOD SHOW Bald-Headed Skates 15c Vanishes 0! K c h I er( Ci. & tMost oC the day is spent at work GROWS ON BALD HEADS j ur and the evening al the show, poolroom or street. In fact Offce, 108-1South Main Street, we can't tell where they are half the People May Get a Ne time. It seems that it can't be helpWinchester, Kentucky. Chance in Life. society. condition o ed. Modernism, has its attendant evils. Daily, Except Sunday. Iu thes3 days when youth ii- - the It brings new problems that we mu- -i matter, face. "Entered as second-clas- s moving factor in business, when a November 28, 1908, at the postoffice There arc hundreds of new form-o- f man his mark at thirty-fiv- e m Winchester, Kentucky, under the amusements, but the.' fact that and is ready to retire at foity-fiv- c Axt of March 3, 1879." thcy arc so many and varied, makes when business houses pension the us satisfied onlv with the Both Phones 91. man we call "middle aged'' rathei ' than allow hi- - lagging inllueneo to (Modern society makes it so necSUBSCRIPTION RATES: intrude upon the cVmimcicial rush, a essary for man to possess a goodly bald head is almost fatal to any By Mail. amount of the world's goods in order The folowing must man's hopes. Daily, one year $3.00 to be "of standing"' iu the commuto pcoph tliesci'oic prove iutere-tiu- g 1.50 nity that wc have little lime to give 8ix Month3 who jire losing their hair or who aif .25 to promotion of the better life of our One Month , bald. boys. These arc problems that arc Payable in Advance. Kcsorcin - one of tlic latest and occupying the minds of men who most elToctive germ killers discoverrealize and apreeiate the significance AVCRflSING DY TIE ed by and in connection willi of the signs of our times. Htilo. Xapllicl. which is both genui-cidSome of our methods of work and .antiseptic, a combination is must lie readjusted Jo lit changed GrNERAL. CFFICES formed which destroys- the genus NEW YORK AND CHICAGO conditions of society. Ivct us get towhich rob the hair of its nutriment, BRANCHES IN AU. THE PRINCIPAL. CITlcS gether and consider how wc may and aKo creates a clean and hcallhy surmount the difficulties and solve condition of the scalp, which pre"GOD FORGIVE THEM; TKEY some of the problems of present day vents the development of new germs. KNOW NOT WHAT THEY D0.;' Boys' Work. n agent Pilowirpin is a for restoring the hair to its natural A crime is alleged t have been CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. color, where the loss of color has committed. The accused is to lie George W. Shepherd, pastor. Scr-"ic- been duo to a disease of .the scalp. judged under llie 1: A i'atlier and at Court House. Sunday school Yet, it is not a coloring matter or mother arc bowed iu sorrow, the 9:30 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m. dye. father" just fighting his way hack to vnd 7,:00 p. m. Prayer meetitfgi of curatives This combination life. The hearts of a brother and Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. satslO-t- f mixed with alcohol as a stimulant for hair and scalp trouble-- . J remedy three sisters are bleeding with grief. The nicest and most The famous Rexall ")3"llair TonAt the home of tlic aceused is a perfumes and toilet articles at the ic is chiefly composed of Uesorcin. wife and three innocent chihheu. j Brown-ProctorPharmacy The It Beta Xapt'hol, and Pilocarpiir But it is not for these that we a!; store of quality. helps to make the scalp healthy, to God's pity. It for those that writt nourish the hair, to stimulate the FURS! the story 'aud publish it in a way FURS!! fURSM! follicles. Where the head is already that will further wrench the hearts bare, it enters the follicles, revitalWill pay you the Hfghest Cash izes the roots, supplies nourishment, of the sorrowing ones. Price? for your Furs. and stimulates a new growth. "God forgive them; they knew J. W. HISEL We want you to try a few bottles not what they, do." Bridge Junk Shop of Rexall "03" Hair Tonic, on our No. 23 North Maple st. guarantee that the trial will A COMPARISON East Tennessee Phone 215, Home personal not cost you a penny if it does not Phone 59 G. satisfaction. absolute give you 'Fifty years ago travel was slow That's proof of our faith in this remand distant communcation more difSURE OF IT edy and it should indisputably demficult ithan in our present decade of onstrate that we know what wo are strenuosity. Then the life of on; 1 talking about- when we say that Rexboys centered more about the home all "93" Hair Tonic will grow hair on than it does nowadays, principally bald heads, except, of conrse, where from the fact that there were net baldness has been of such long duthe means of travel to take him away ration that 'the roots of the haii- arc lie grew up and lived in he entirely dead, the follicles closed and of the parental roof. 'Most of the growu over, and the scalp is glazed. boys worked then, while more fortuRemember, wc are baling out statenate ones went to school. 3!os of ments upon what hasalrcady been tho entertainment- - wcro in the accomplished by the use of Rexall houtc. "Parlies" would take place "1)3" 'Hair Tonic, and we have the every week- or two. at which such right to assume that what it has games as "Hurrah John." "Skip to 'My Lou"- and others, would be playdone to hundreds of others it will do ed and to my mind they were ven for you. Tn any event you yuwot lose anything by'giving it a trial on much more e'difyjng than the prc.-cn- S N our liberal gunrantcc. Remember, day amucincnts. The Country Deacon There must you can Remedies "iu'this the home today it But that cave been a stranger in church this community only at our store-wTh- e in a process of disintegration, and morning. is Tho Parson Did yon see Wait Hexall Store. Phillips Drag Store. woe to-- a people when its home life The ceases to be. These days boys don't found aCountry Deacon No; but I 5(5 South 3Ijaiu .street. t noten the do much .more Wian sleep at home, aud I might say likewise older people WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE. THE WINCHESTER 11 NEWS -- ft LEXINGTON r Old Gas, Heaviness, Sourness Needle Work, Flosses, Embroidery, Crochet Cottons, Stamping of all kinds, Pleating of all widths made to In Five Minutes. Do you knew that the best stomach prescription in the world is called That it is put up in small tablets which most people call -- tomach tablets. Do you know that Phillips Drug to ban Store guarantees ish indigestion or any upset condition of the stomach, or money back. is not a purgative, it is j made of ingredients that clean, leu- -' ovate and disinfect the stomach and j bowels: it puts strength and energy nto the stomach walls so that in a -- hort time perfect digestion will be Fifty cents is all .i regular thing. you have to pay for a large box at Phillips Drug Store and druggists everywhere. MI-O-XMI-O-X- A MI-O-N- A ( Ml-O-X- A order. George Ade's New Play, "The Town' to Apepar BRING THIS WITH YOU Ml nta-ke- at Lexington Upon making a cash purchase cf receive in exchange for this coupon 50c or over, you will Opera House, February. At la- -t wo arc enabled to announce the coming for the first time time of (Montgomery and Stone at Lexington whu-- e reputations foi wondoiiful 3 mi "5 10 Extra S. & H. Green Stamps in addition to those you receive with your purchase. MISS ROSA L. BALDWIN GOOD FOR TEN STAMPS theatrical siiccc-sc- s we i- al well-know- es ia :jrr have been indebted to on more than one occasion to the various uuuihci who have vomica two companies heir endeavors on the strength ot popularity of the the rcmaikablc eriginaN. who we arc happy to an nounce will be at Iho Lexington matiuco and nighi. Opera llou-- c Wednesday. February 7. That at last they are coming, will be joyful news indeed to our theatregoers who will smile cheerfully in anticipation of the fun iu seeing them, iu George Ade's newc-- t play "Tho Old Town." These clever entertainers have over proven Ihcin-ehcomedy since they fiist with mu-ic- al made themselves known to the patheatres iu trons of the high-clas- ."The Wizard of Oz" ad "The lied Mill" sonic eight years ago Indeed their personal hold upon that popular fancy which is so freiuicnt'Iy referred to as fickle has been demon-starte- d often and may now he reckoned as a very certain quantity i:i predicting crowded houses for "The Old Town" when they present it in Lexington. c-- MISS ROSA L. BALDWIN f V "USE NOTHING COM.YiON BUT SENSE" HIGH ART MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! When iu need of any meal don't forget, that wc have the old fashion water mill and do custom grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite David Gay's warehouse, on corner m Winn avenue. n-- ss J. PROOF 555. HW '( JjjjjT A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. A. LYNN PERRY Good plumbing is necessary to good health. Graceful fixtures are necessary to bathroom beauty. Good plumbing throughout the house means comfort and sanitary security. Good plumbing fixtures arc easily cleaned, thus lightening labor. A nice whi'e sink and convenient laundry trays make kitchen and laundry work much pleasanter. If your plumbing has not these qualities it nii! be to your Interest to consult us, e can remodel it and, If necessary, replace the fixtures vutn those ot 5ianUard gtiaran-fe- d manufacture. The guarantee insures dependable fixtures and p:otect3 ocr reputation with you as you are certain to receive satisfactory service from these fixtures, and therefore we can recommend them. Estimates furnished with"Sxcirr "Ocaaraf Eaii out charge. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay you the Highest Cash Points on Plumbing ll-18-4- Prices for your Furs. S. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 Nprtb Mapic st East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. SARCASM Smart ter. Tho world la getting bet- Wise That's right Some preachers are getting $3,000 a year cow. wher 20 years ago they wcro lucky to get 1.000. - who. after Hvo years ol married life found herself with an in valid husband and no source of In come, made toys, such as she had seer in Germany, and a good market was found for them in the department store3. She showed the' toys first to children and profited by their comments upon them. She says dolls are especially profitable. A woman, Finds Profit In Toys. l) GRANT WITT & CO. - get-Rexa-ll v. v jr Eve-doll- Baldy If I didn't know more than you I'd eat my head! . I. . . ... .uu.uuuu TTT weii, yez cuqI ao trot wltn-ou- t any danger of finding a hair la your food. ' 11 Joke on Composer. Signer Leoncavallo once had a rather amusing experience. Being In a strango town where "I Pagliacci" was being given, he attended tho performance to see how It was tendered, and Jailing into conversation with his neighbor, proceeded, by way of a Joke, to criticize the work unmercifully. Next morning he'found in the localnewspaper a long article repro-icinal lhis statements and headed. "Leoncavallo's opinion of 'Pagliacci!'" g ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. Midi., wjli S. A. S'.id. of Mn-i- n. 'hover forget his terrible expo-ur- o to a mcn'ilc-- s storm. "It gave n.c ii dreadful cold," he mile-- , "thaj caused severe pains in my ciiest. so it was hard for me to breathe. A neighbor gave me several dosCj, of Dr. King's New Discovery which said I was on tho e ge if pneumory. nia, but to continue I witu the two L-- did -- o and me." bottles c completely cured only this quick, safe, reliable medicine for cough.--, colds, or an thro:ni or lung ft rouble. brought great relief Price ."0c. and Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by All Dfuggkts. doctor 1 4it 4? S3" THE WINCHESTER MEWS. Pitt TV. ( 4 A GREAT MANY H People are taking ad vantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles about the house. We have the best thinjrs in the world lor that nuroose. All arc guaranteed to do the work as represented. -- tout acturers Ladies Ready-to-We- ar a Waists Will Open fUST SPECIAL SELL THEM OUT PRICE ON MEN'S BUCKLE ARTICS 0 I JEWELER Cr H. BO WEN Saturday, February 3rd, at 10 A. M $2.25. Values cut to 1.75 Values cut to. 1.50 Values cut to 1.25 Values cut to U.tt IM 1.21 1.M S vi.-iti- 0 CIETY -- At Mrs. Ella W. Haggard's Millinery Parlors, Main Street, next to Postoffice. A Men's Cloth Alaskas $1.35 Values cut 1 to. 00 Values cut to ... . $1.M r . .85 SPECIAL PRICES ON WOMEN'S BUCKLE ARTICS $1.75 iuej. ExcJiantic and Luncheon ex- 3Ir. Sam Dealhcrase lias irouc to The regular luncheon :inl change will be given by the ladies of Florida to spejid the remainder of' (be Central Hapti.-- t church in Miss the winter. Davis and little Lizzie Taylor's store room on ilain ' .Mrs. Withers (daughter, of .Paris, arc gae-t- .- c,l the on Saturday. fminei's parents, Judge and .Airs. K. Mrs. Legaii 11. Brvan. who ha been her motWr. in (ieoigc-lowletnined ity the way of iJii-- . FiiJ.iv al'ts iioi4i to her home at Xorth Middletown. Sac v;i.-- :ic- d. , coinpanicd by he ih: Owen W. White, of Louisville, who has been the guest of 'Mr. Graham John-- , returned Friday afternoon to hi- - home in Louisville. Swantro. o! Ky.. Dr. Oliver Ka-- h. o: Jlooicfiehl. Carlisle. J. IV Day. ..f Hazel Green-IIV- . and Mrs. Greenberry Swango. ol Xol-o- n TrimHazel Green, Ava Mi-"Mr.--. Xannie Ka--ble. Tiinible, of Mt. Sterling: Judge Cau-lil- l. Dr.'Hees Kash. of Frenehbur. 3L P. I)avi. 0. H. Swango. G. W ffnd II. P. Sewell. of Jaek-o- n wci: 4iere Thursday to attend the funeral of Dr. Mascii Kash. Mr. and Mrs. X. P. Gay attendwedding rt ed the Jtichmoiid. Va.. last week. Miss Slie Hertford has gone to Richmond to attend college. Mr. Louis Judah has gone to Cinon bus- cinnati for a few daws' Mr.--. Ka-- SALE OF UNUSUAL MPORTANCE Values cut to. $1.M 98 1.25 Values cut to 1.00 Valuescut to.. .85 S.Jouett. A. If. Martin has Fold all thi.-- week at the Mr- -. been ictl-ide at ot If her Mi-- Mr.--. Walter I .ho is quite s i- ill. Xancy iliidgofoid. of Frankfort., - a plca.-uthe home gue.-t'- at of Mr. Grant Witt, on Frcneh nt WAISTS TAIL,OHE and one that every woman in Winchester and vicinity should attend. An opportunity for the shrewd and economical buyer to supply their season's wants and save the cost of making. In most instances by compar garments you'll find them ing these fine to be less than materials and trimmings alone would "II 'it. uus line you win agree viui us il i man cost. T1T1 wiieiL you see il t nnn a mrrtm Tar a mm nnnTirrTr'om ana ttiey are tne rKii njLai ukilaihoi waioi dak GAINS you have ever seen. ready-to-wtfar Misses' Arties $1.50 Values cut to 1.15 Values cut to . . . $1.25 .95 Women's Alaskas $1.00 Values cut to .85 Values cut to $ .85 .79 i I t-- a t-- -- J To Get Best Selections we Advise Lo& v- Early Calling MA H MINING LAWS ARE E S S man! shoe: I TO A SEVERE COLD Will Overccrce All FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The Hew C. W. Po-- t. of Lexington, a and very brilliant speaker, will oeeupy the pulpit of the Fir-- t Baptist church at the Evmorning and evening services. erybody - cordially invited. well-knoi- h: and h Lot No, 1 at 98c In this lot you will find about 40 different, styles in tailored and trimmed waists, not one in the lot worth less than Some $2.00 Sample Models in$1.50. cluded in this line at 98c. No. 2 at $1.98 ANTIQUATED. K!I.i In this lot you will find about 50 dif--. ferent styles in silks, tailored and trimmed Present -- faraiysis of Mining Dis waists, too many styles to give you any tricts" Also Due to Laxity in En- description. Mostly $3.00 values. Some $3.50 and $4.00 Sample Models included i forcement of Asessmeni Work-in this lot Distress From at $1.98. A Bed Cold Or The Grippe In A Few Hours Just l'ropo.-e- .l Ilnrt-Chenat- ilt The Angler's Bait. A well known angler at Pctersbor ough having obtained a wasp's nest containing a Ifirge number of grubs, placed the nest in the kitchen oven to kill the grubs so that he could use them for bait The next morning he went to get the grubs, but cn opening the oven door a cwarm of wasps flew out. The oven was not hot enough to kill the grubs, but was Fufliciently warm to hatch them. London Daily -- Lot No. 3 at S2.8S In this lot you will find high-clasilks, chiffons and tailored waists, about 30 different styles, waists that sell regularly from $4.50 to $6.00 at $2.85. ss Lot Mo. 4 at $3.75 In this lot you will find our finest waists in silks, chiffons and wash waists. Styles that sell regularly from $6.50 to $8.00 im ing revi-io- amendment- - of the lavs relating to rai-- e mineral- - alvay metalli-feroi- w the at $3.75. Lot No. 5 at 50c In tjiis lot you wili find mostly sample garments, not all sizes of every style, but all sizes in the lot in tailored and trimmed waists, not one in the lot worth less than $1.00, some worth up to $1.50. These will be sold Saturday r( Tti Lot No. 6 at $1.45 tlllkj Ill thlc Mail. 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 o4fer for the next few days our our line of only at i'!t etyles in silks, tailored and trimmed waists in white, black or colors. Some t!,u h",1""y "r '',ct:l1 ""? $3.00 hand embroidered tailored waists,Jna,Ic maivck" i,ro- -' included m this lot. Vaists that sell Most important, nerhap- - if amei'.ded mining law would be regular from $2.50 to $3.00 your i choice at. far enforced nt lt IV L JWU n m11 11J1U Mill fir.H UUUUU oU.f 90 lJ men in general favorof mining laws of tin L"iii!ed Slates and with eonimi-Mu- n after eomnii ion appointed by vaii-oi- ibodie.- - to sugge.-- t improvement-- , the statutes have remained practi- 'eally unchanged tor nearly W year- -. ,,r "ro wl,ilc tI,e ?l"',M , ot" nii.iiujr u au piovi-sio- n The most severe cold will be broken, and all grippe misey ended after taking a dose of Pape's Cold Compound every two hours until three consecutive do.-arc taken. You will distinctly feel all the disagreeable .symptoms leaving-afte- r the very first first dose.. ' lie most miserable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed, up, sneezing, running of the nose, sore throat, mucous catarrhal m discharges, soreness, stiffness, van- pains and other distress, es rhcu-maii-- Remember sale opens Saturday, February 3, at and will continue a few days only. 10 a. m., is. Jo-cp'.- f:, Ella W J laggard's IN linen PR E ' Parlors MLK Main Street Next Door to Postoffice MR. KING WELSH IS WORSE. THE PARLOR ( i Ata 9 Jlr. King YVel-- h another TCtles day at Thursday, :)ud ,St. aid early Friday uiorniug i warthat his condition is gradually growLexington, Ky.. Feb. Ilo-pital U. - ing worse. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Cash Will pay you the Highest Prices for your Furs. J. W. mSEL ; Sacrifice Price Bemember Your Profit Is Our Loss. WINCHESTER X 1 j Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, Horci PJione 596. ll-18-4- The state pure food authorities at the Kentucky Agricultural Experi-- J ment Station reported Tuesday to County Attorney Scott Bullitt, of Loui.-vill- e, sixty-fiv- e eases for selling watered or skimmed milk against and dairymen supplying Loui-vil- le certain restaurants. These eases resulted from the extensive inspeetions made that have tecently been throughout the whole of the Louisville milk field and other parrs of Kentucky, CLGAK SUIT OG. The samples were collected from the milk depots, the 'dairymen, the Tho Piano Cover How Is your restaurants, the hotels and other ? friend tho, A Precious Rosary. The Rug Don't mention his name. places where, milk is) served, and A miner forwarded from Alaska to He shook me for a woman with money. when a sample was found to 'be watSister Mary Claire ot St John. N. 15.. ered or -- kimmod. further invo-tirra rcsary made of linked gold nuggets, ' . Valuable Fertilizer. which is to be presented to Cardinal ilMor1 frnm nnmprniis l'"" "as numo 10 ui'iciiuinc ""o v.a- UMb Gibbons on the occasion of his golden '" jubilee in October. The only other vacuum cleaners has proved to be a I responsible. About 700 samples were valuable fertilizer, and its sale has be- - an:1vze(1 j,, Louisville and 05 rosary oi ine Kinu is sam iu uc iu i e a regular' business in Parts. possession of Pope Pius X. reported .for prosecution. In rao- -t instance? the milk was taken from fram the dairymen's herds to determine how much water had been needed to the milk as supplied by the This coupon and five cents will admit any dairymen's cows. scholar attending any of the schools in Winchester" ' carpet-cleaneraI I crisc-com- development, a Pape's Odd ComjHniitd is the repre-elaw 'but not made elTertive in sult of thice years' research at a it.-- working-- -. A ie(uiiemeut of accost of more than fifty thousand doltual use a- - a condition of occupanmineral land can not.be re- lars, and contains no q'uiuinc, which cy of garded as either novel or radical. we liavc conclusively demonstrated is As regcards the large acreage of un- not effective in the treatment of colds developed land in many milling or grippe. Take this Harmless Compound as camp- - to which patent has already is peihaps time that directed, with the knowledge that it been the situation - without relief, unlc.-.-th- e there is no other medicine made anywestern Australia plan is adopt- where else in the world, which will ed, whereby the Government steps in cure your .cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any other and permits mining under a lea-- e. as a assistance or bad after-effecthe proceeds oi which are a ownPape's Cold Compackage of collected, and paid over to the er. The principle invoked scorns to pound, which any druggist in the world can supply. bo that no property owner can rightfully ofi;xse liie development of the Only registered pharmacists hanresources of the state. In the case of unpatented claim-- a dle your perscription at the Browa-Proctor- ia remedy shonhHie sought for what Pharmacy. Absolute acThe store ttf has been termed "the paraly-- i of curacy guaranteed. mining district-,- " and the rigid re- quality. of annual a quirement FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! work should be made actual and effective by inspection and supervision, in order to put an end to the j Will pay you the Higne3t Cask " , a Prices for your Furs. present procedure of allowing j J. W. HISEL claim to lie idle for practicallv two Bridge Junk Shop, years after it.-- location where claims No. 23 North Maple st. arc held year after year with only East Tennessee Phone 215, Home perfunctory compliance, or even Phone 596. withi ut any perfoimnnce tit a work a type of local disreBLAMED A GOSD WORKER. gard for law that is in -- triking conaccorded to trast tu the "I blamed my heart for severe and regulation the re in my left side for two of earlier days, whereby the right of years' writes. W. Evans, Danville, dewa.-- made ; Va., "but I luiuw jiow it wa.inKges'- pendent upon continuous operatii n. tion. a- - .Dr. King's New Life Puis (From report of Director, United Best for completely cured, me' States Geological Survey.) stomach, liver and kidney troubles, headache or deWity. HE WONT LIMP HOW. 25 cents at All Druggists. is-uits 25-ce- nt t . W bo di-tii- ct cu-io- di-t- pos-e-si- ly cen-tipati- at N A. M. DOFAB, Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. The Lyric Theatre, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY Bring this "Coupon; Elks Building 61 Main Street Both Phones 364. 3rd. Xo more' limping for Tom Mooi. !iad a bad sore of Cochran. Gar Red Cro-- s Dairy (Phone SSO-x- .) one my instep that nothing seemed supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and to help till I nscd Bucklen's Arnica sanitary Ilolstein and grade Jersey Salvo,'' "he wriLe- - "but this wondermilknot watered. ful 'healer soon cured me." 'Heals 5aJy the purest and freshest med- old, running sores, nlecrs, boil, icines at the burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Pharmacy the store of quality. Try it. Only 25' cents at AH Dntg-Sis6on'-salBrown-Erocto-ria -& tf) Breaking a Wlriom" Mneetf. "I'm afraid the country tuffenjd a great loss when they failed to iea4 our eloquent and able friend back te congress." "Not at all." replied Senator Sorghum. "The' sense ot tile ij'j people again prevailed. Way iMaK the lecture platforms be robbed taar the brainy' men i may be asseakM ta listen to one another, where laaflM tion is superfluouar' IS - aam.A'Aj' . a ,HCki'i.:i1.tu;.;s. -- x. , ... .'.aj&-- f , rwifMf r "liitiBaaBaaaaaaaaaaaal ic Four? THE WINCHESTEK NEWS PUBLIC SALEJF February LAND 5, 1912, , ! PLENTY OF QUAIL LEFT. The following letter. from from one of Mr. B. D. Gd(Fs mountain friends will be of interest to bird hunters: Bruin, Ky., January 30, 1912. Mr. B. D- Goff, Winchester, Kentucky, Old Boy: After m)iiic delay I'll answer Veins of .ome time back. The reason I have not answered ere now, the weather has been -- o cold ..and much snow. I thought that 1 would wait until the spell would break and if the quail was sill froze 'to death They went to the cliffs and I don't think any of them froze for I ee many now. They have come hack to 'the fields to feed and they seum to be plentiful, in fact, more than there whs before the freeze, ?o I think we will have some for next fall to kill. Hoping thai you and family tire all this leaves-u-s enjoying God's as well as uaiiuI. Give the 01J Boss. Brother W. K. Sphar. my be.--t regards. Yon .poke something concerning the paper, we recorfed it regular up to the 20th of this month, but none bfr.ee. From your friend, J. W. IIOKTOX. ble.--in- NEW HEWS OF YESTERDAY Capita! - 5160 000 I ClMlffl COLUMN J. oO M. STEVENSON Attorney-atLaw On Monday, I ynll offer How Matthew ' Stanley Quay Gained Political Victory. Familiarity With Contents of the Senate Document Room Enabled Him to' Talk the Wilson Sugar Tariff to Death. By E. Undivided Profits. fZOO.CQO Bourbon County Court Day, "ten-ac- re THE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEUEHTi lea word ter a Jlncvnuniap 2c a wtri far Uirat ccbjccuUvs lr j S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. i. E. LC0MIS Auctioneer McEldowney Building, Winchester, Ky. ) Prewitt's farm of 243 acres lying near Cane Ridge, Bourbon county, Kentn.Jcv. ,,.This farm is mostly in grass, has on it a large colonial dwelling house", a tobacco bam, a large stock barn, a tenant house and all necessary "outbuildings, all in good repair, is well fenced, and all the boundaries are well supplied with water. .The best care has been taken of this land for the past fifteen years, The farm is in an excellent neighborhood, convenient to school and church, and is on a rural mail route. d 'The sale will be made on the following terms : cash in d d hand on making of deed, in one year, and ii two years from that time; with interest at six per cent per annum, lien to be reserved to secure tlw 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. t The sale will be made at 1 o'clock, p. m. Any one desiring further information or to look over the farm may s apply on the farm, or to the undersigned at Winchester, Ky., by mail or telephone, or in person, or to Harris & Speakes at Paris, Ky. Possession will be given on March 1, 1912. One-thirone-thirone-thir- at public sale at the Court house door in Paris, Ky., Mrs. L. H. Winchester Bank WIN CHESTER. KY. ut- tertians. Jic. a wort sertlun. 10c fv uci idS'Mooai a woti fee aroii. Scattered InurUana, I: par mur p J. EDWARDS. davId prewitt GEO. D. SPEAKES, Auctioneer. WASHING MACHINE 3 BOSS IDE The Millions of Cascarets Users er Have Headache, Constipation, Biliousness Or Sick Stomach Nev- This perfection in every detail enables the "Boss" to accomplish what no other machine has done. Greasy overalls and children's dirty clothes are washed clean throughout the same as slightly soiled table linen. Heavy comforts and blankets can be washed equally as well. Not one piece no matter how flimsy, can be injured in the least. The wringer is attached directly to the ""Boss." It is more necessary that you keep your Bowels, Liver and Stomach clean, pure and fresh than it is to keep the sewers and drainage of a large jity free from obstruction. Are you keeping clean inside with Cascarets or merely forcing s passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? " This is FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY important. Cascarets immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove ths seur, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the systom the decomposed waste matter and poison in the intestines and bowels. No odds how badly and upset you feel, a Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A box from your druggist will keep your entire family feeling good for months. Don't forget the children their little insides need a good, gentle, cleansing too.. 10-ce- nt H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER All kinds of stenographic work at reasonable prices. Miss Alice Moss, it MofTett & Spencer's ternity Building. office in Fra- SHOCKING SOUNDS In the earth are .sometimes heaid before a terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. (Nature warnings re kind. That dull pain ache' in the back, wants you the or Kidneys need "attention if you would dangerous maladies escape thoi-Diabetes or Bright's disDropsy. ease. Take Electric Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your bc.--l feelings return. "My sou received great 'benfitfrem their u.--e and bladder trouble," writes Koekwood. Peter Bondy, South Mich., "It is certainly a great kidTjry it. 30 cents ney aidicine.' Druggists. at All TOM COWAN BACK ey Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the lu !s easy to travel all over the State and other States. If you haven't our service you should have. Call our manager for full information. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED) TheNew Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunely to serve you thht ire may prove the quality of our banking service. ' .We invite you to call and sea as. Tom Cowan, the popular ba.iber, is back at his stand inhe "".IcEldowney Building and is: now ready to serve his old friends and customers where you will always get prompt and first class service. BLACKSMITHING. When, you want good horse-hoeij or any kind of repair work, don't ! forget thai we do alf 'kinds of work blackthat - done in a first-clasmith hop. Reasonable prices; all work guaranteed. Your patronage solicited. " T. M. DomiganT - corner Winn avenne, opposite D. .S. Gay's ' warehouse. ng 5.-ss Citizens National Bank Near Court Houwi Winchester, Ky. i CenMr Main and South Court Street. Matthew Stanley Quay, chairman of the Republican national committee which carried-othe successful persi-denticampaign of 188S, and United States senator from Pennsylvania from 1S87 to 1905, gained the reputa tlon of being the most expert political manager of his time. The publichow-ever- , did not know that Senator Quay found his chief recreation in his library and was almost as good an authority upon literature, classic and modern, as he was upon politics. While he was in the senate Mr. Quay devoted much of his leisure to the reading of the documents contained in the senate document room, and he was almost as familiar with those which bore upon tariff discussions as was the famous Amzl Smith, who carried In' his head a complete record of all the documents, thousands In number, in the senate document room.wf which he was superintendent. This acquaintance with, general literature, and especially with the documents in the senate document room bearing upon tariff questions, was the weapon upon which Senator Quay relied for defeating one clause in the Wilson tariff bill of 1804. Soon after the bill was reported to the senate and while it was still in the senate committee, it was observed that Senator Quay' made frequent .visits to the document room and was in earnest conversation with Amzi Smith. When a colleague met him one day as he came away from the document room with a bundle of documents under his arm. Quay was asked what he purposed doing with all those documents. "Oh, I may have to make a speech on the tariff bill," was the reply. After the bill was reported to the senate Quay announced that he did not approve of the sugar clause of the bill, and that he purposed to speak in opposition to it. He gave notice of the day when he would speak, and at the appointed time he arose in his place and began his speech. His manner was very quiet. He used none of the arts of rhetoric; but at the same time he impressed upon the senators the fact that he purposed fighting the sugar clause to the end. Ke occupied all of the time set apart for daily discussion and then, as he took his seat Quay remarked: "Mr. President, I intend to go on with my speech tomorrow." When the morrow came Senator Quay again took up all the time set apart for daily discussion, concluding with the announcement that he would continue his remarks the following day, when, the hour for daily discus sion at hand, he arose and wandered off into the field of literature, modern and classic, being careful, however, to apply such literary comments as he had to make to the subject matter of his speech. And just before he sat down on that third day be gave notice that his speech was not yet finished. So, upon the fourtfc day, Senator Quay rose to continue his speech. He had the right to the floor; no one could take it away from him. And upon this occasion he sent to the clerk's desk a largo volume, asking that the clerk read certain marked passages therein. The clerk droned away for more than an hour and had not finished the reading of the extracts when the hour for adjournment came. Therefore, Senator Quay's unfinished speech went over to the next day, when it was observed that Quay had upon his desk a large number of senate documents and many volumes. A curious colleague asked him how long he expected to speak. "Until doomsday, or until this congress adjourns, or until the senate votes down the sugar schedule,"was the reply. "I have tariff documents here by the yard; I have volumes bearing upon tariff questions that would fill a library. I purpose entertaining the senate with these volumes and extracts from these documents, for these are to be considered a part of my speech." It was soon realized that Senator Quay had the senate at his mercy under the rule of the senate which provided that, whenever a senator announced that upon a certain day and in the hours set apart for addressing the senate he should speak, he had the right to occupy the full time set apart each day for discussion until his speech was finished. Quay was prepared to talk the tariff bill to death. e His speech had become a perfect of his own remarks and Interpolated paragraphs and extracts from numerous tariff documents and volumes of literature and was without precedenf. in the history of the senate. At last a senator said to him: "Aren't you tiring yourself out, Quay?" "The senate is more likely to be tired of me than I am of myself," was the reply. And in that statement Senator Quay was correct. The senate tired of him, acknowledged that he had the body by the throat, so to speak, and was only too glad to concede all that Quay had been fighting for for more than two weeks. 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