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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 3, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912020301_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 3, 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 VOLUME 7; No. 90. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1912. WEATHER Snow 2 CENTS District, one of which was an act appropriating $25,000 for new buildings and increased equipment at iiomc lor incurables, and the other an act compelling rival telephone companies to "'cut in" on each oth- A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK CITY COUNCIL HOLDS Salary of Health Reduced. MEETING Officer city shall each make certain repairs. About J, 100 fecit of fifteen (inch sewer pipe was purchased from the E. T. Lewis Company at an approximate piice of .330, the pipe to be paid for when the company takes up one sewer bond as requested at a previous meeting of the Council. The Building Committee was ordered to investigate and receive bids for the old city hall property and for the bonds issued to raise money for the building of the "City Hall. Brick crossings were ordered by the city to he laid as follows: Four in Buck-towone on Lexington avenue at Burns, and one on Flanagan street, at Buekncr. The payroll for the quarry and reams was .fl'Jo.Ol; for street labor n, I NVESTIGATION FOR HOOK fine welding HELD COURT IN Vaught is Exoner- fs Being Made Among City School. II Pupils of Is Found Machine And nt AMI Repair Shop, IS THREE Judge DISTRICTS er's exchanges. Instiled at Mr. Charles Hagan's Qn Chief- - Ogden One Case is ated And Routine Business Transacted. at Ford. An investigation is being made in the City Schools of this city to ascertain if there arc .any eases of hook worm cimong the- pupils. The investigation, which is being earned on in all tliio st altos, is finan ced largely by a fund donated liy KrJckefoller. The work in each tatc is directed by the State Hoard of Health. During the investigation in Kentucky which has ihccil in progress only a month, more cases have been found than in any other sytate during a four liirnth's investigation. Over one 'hundred psrsous have IOC been examined 'at Ford. this hookw-circa.-- e number only one of was found. When a person is found to be 'afflicted with the no one is informed of it but the person h:m-el- f. If the ca-- e warrants it, treatment is provided. As yet it is in.t known if theie are anv castes in the Citv School. -se Broadway and Highland Streets. Mr. Chailes Ilagan has installed at his machine and lepair shop at the comer of Broadway ond Highland streets, an economy Welding Apparatus, the only one of the kind in the state. W. C. P.iv" of I.oui.-.i!Iv.ho v. ill By the aid of this apparatus, the iul.ir.js P.r.js' Work Institute. e.tabli-hnieis in a position to repair, by welding all parts promptly and without delay to tiicir customers, vhicli otherwise would have to be ordered from the mauuftictarer. Mr. Ilagan is to be congratulated upen having graduated from the antiquated system of replacing broken parts by ordering them from the Froitiineni Men Take Super ai manufacturer, theieby causing undue ia And Discuss and expensive delays awaiting their nc 7" ( ( The City Council met in regular jsPssion Friday night with :ill mem bers present ex(!i'it Mr. Scobec, a whose wife is critically ill at St. Jo seph's Hospital in Lexington. fin. , sympathy of the Council was ex- .."):i.0.1. tended Mr. Seobee. Health Officer Jolted Tlie Printing Committee was orThe salary of the City 'Health Of- dered to receive bids for' ithe codifificer Dr. J. C. Yaught was reduced cation, indexing, etc., of the city from $'2t a month to if."i a month. ordinances, preparatory to having This was lone in order to make the fame printed. office vacant. According to a state An ordinance was adopted desig law ithe CouiK-i- l has 110 power to nating the manner in which the elect or discharge the Health Officer, treet employees shall be paid. The fnlowing policemen executed but has the power to fix his salary. Ogden Exonerated bond with the .Merlin 'Oasunlity The commitee which had been Company as surety: Wood-soto .investigate tdinrges of Dan Insko, J. T. Dykes and W. irregularities by made Walter It. Strode. ("Hoss") Ecton, against the Fire Tho Winchester (iarago was Chief Stoner Ogden dismissed the granted the privilege of placing a charges. The committee reported small house for a gasoline pump 011 that it had met and had summoned Main street in front of the Audito- Ecton to appear before them; that num. the charges Ecton declined 'to te City Officers' Repoits or io furnish the. names of witnesses. The report the police officers FISHY, NEVERLESS TRUE The Street Committee reported showed in the past month that there that owing io legislation pending in .vcie 11 cases tried: fines and costs Noticing in Thursday'.-- . News the the State Legislature regarding the ainr.unting to .f8fi.."0 collected: construction of stieets they were r7:t.!0 collected on old bonds; and experience ;f Judge Iieuton while in Kirhoursville among the h in the unaible to advance any information Commonwealth costs of $."ri. town branch leads a gentLjniau to concerning the brick streets, as orThe report of the Treasurer c mark that is not a circum-'tanc- c dered at a previous meeting. The in tho general .fG.774.:i7 to what befell him once on the fcilL which has already passed the ijiid: 4.080.H7 in the school sink- Cumberland river. House of Representatives but which ing fund: .f.,G61..12 in the, sower IIo says that he nttaclied numerlias ndt yet gone to the Senate. inking fund; an overdrawn account 'riae dity to .pay one half af .f 141.80 in the sewer cons true tion ous HiiiPs to a fishing suit made to and the property owner one half fund; $394.09 in the city hall sinking order and which was worn by him at the time, baiting each hook with a for the construction or reconstruc- fund. chunk of cow's liver, he gt tion of streets. The City Clerk reported licenses waded out into eelclvatcd hole for Asphalt Discussed to the amount of $7 collected. The hues son-l. or 120 in Fred Phares, of Lexington, repreThe City Colector reported i cuimber were from s: : to eigh feet Paving senting the Barber .Asphalt 211.90 collected" on white property Company, and Air. Carey, of the tax; $108.90 on colored nronertv i in length and seeun iy fastened k T?r, t o Tallin Ills tit. iiniv-n- ii Carey-Ree- d Company, of Lexington. 35..M ai polls: and a .tangible tax , ..i1 1, 1.;., !,,1 1.,,,,,,, n- UJMUl lltr.illl) iitli ill'- appeared before the Council and of $319.05. above the water until a monster to gave some information in regard Few Accounts Allowed seized a line, on his left leg which asphalt streets. Mr. NCary stated Only 'a few of tho accounts prc- and locomotion impos-ibl- c, be iihat the asnhalt street could slited were allowed because thev while standing moth iless in midvM yard laid for obout $'2 p?r squiir been audited. The accounts stream other fine fellows were and that briek could be laid for pix,sCiiSff,"1.-.wr- c : fastening themselves to the 'about $2.3o per square yard. Central"", Nat. Gas Company, himself in great other lines. It was carried that the Central $l.V29; $3,137 danger of being towd oft into deepreKentucky Traction Company be Winchester d'aint and Wall Paper er water ho raised a terrible yell, quired to repair the stiets within IS CV.mpuny, HO cents. w hich attracted somo river men who inches on both sides of their tracks Parrih, Bradley & Company, came to the hank sm-- said why don't 1 according to the provisina of their $10.83. you come out 1 Hell, said he, I can't franchise. Ktoner Ogden, 81 cents. come out. Then thre of them waded Dead Birds in Wafer Jas. Gariland, $."1; $1.50. in and tried to pu'.l the fisherman Dr. Browne stated that dead birds J. M. Woods, $1.35. but tJiey could not budge in the stand-pip- e were allowed to fall ' to shore Winchester Laundry, $2.85. him. So 0110 of .the men said, with water which supplies the city J. R. Martin Coal and Supply yonder is Dick Xew, 11 ploughing, f;o The matter was referred to the City $38.93; $33.80; $25.95. get him to brii g his oxen and will take it up with the Attorney who Lawrence Electric Company, $15. and we will sec if he can bo brought Water Works Company. Chas. H. Moore OH Company, $12.07 1I0 land. AcccVdin.ly the suggesRutledge Gets Job Chas. Hawaii, $72.50; $17.15. tion was adopted, : ml Dick came showing the Inasmuch as the map Factory, Printing Winchester promptly and attachrd a cable, to the sewer connections has not been com- $1G.90. man, and he was with great difficulty, Engineer S. II. pleted, former City Winchester Democrat, $2. dragged ashore, having attached to Rutledge was employed at a "reasR. R. and G oldie Perry, $23. him 753 pounds of as line lisii as onable compensation' to furnish Winchester File Department, $312 Collins, the Consulting Engineer, ever came out of the Cumberland. Mr. Grnbbs and Benton, $30.05. cat. The largest one ;i mon.-t- w du.ta as he may need. with such J. M. Reeves, $15. weighed 85 pounds, the others rangCan Tap Sewer Now Phil Panish, $30.. ing in weight from 5 down as low TJie sewer is nuw ready to be J. M. Woods, $1.50. pounds. tapepd and the location of connecZeihiofBfoomfield Company 40c. as 53 Insjwc-ft-o- r tions can be sc uired from Miss C. C. Page, $2. J. L. B. W.'.te. C. F. AUersall. $5.31. It was ord icd that the Mayor, C. T. Wills. $5.75. on the written order of the City AtJ. S. Mulilns. $104.30. RALLY TO BE HELD torney, convey to T. O. Stuart .ten Dr. Howard Lyon, $5. city bonds as part payment for the Winchester Railway, Light and Ice Court View Hotel property, which Cimpanv"$(i 8.75 . Three Sessions Are to Be Conducted was purchased at ta previous meetComny at First' Christian Church, With Reakcr Fire House ing as a site for the City Hall. Able Addresses. $1,100. . The public drinking fountains in J. S. Hayes, (for !egal services which were frozen, will be repaired. bringing A Foreign Missionary Rally will four suits). $105. the .First Christian church No Report on Sewer System Street and quarry pay roll $J23.0i be held at Dr. Browne, as chairman of the on Wednesday next. There will be Street labor. $53.05. Sewer Committee, reported that it three sessions 10 a. 111. to 12 m.. ' .11. T, Ulils left Saturday for Par-I- s, 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. and at 7:30 p. m. iwas, not ready to mak6 a statement. to adopt a class of fifteen memIn regard to the disposal of water Scupper will be served in the on the west end of Washington bers in th'e Knights and Ladies of the church to the men at G:15. (fltreet, the committee reported that Security and on Monday he will go to Rev.' EW. Mien, one of the scc- tar 1 a, trade had been made with the rail- Cynthiana to adopt a class of ten retanesTof..4 the Forcigi Christian MtssionarylaSdcicty, road, whereby the 'railroad and the members for the same order. and two 'Mis- n Mc-Cor- d, re.-ta(i-od-siz- ed fi-- ii. , 1 ui-.nly i par-ors-bf soys' MSflTUIE Brcvvn-Froc'ior- Hamilton Bill Passed. Bills in the order of the day in the House were taken up at 12:15 o'clock and that oI Elwood Hamilton, ot' Frankfort, appropriating $30,000 for the benefit of the Department of Agriculture. Labcr and Statistics was passed by a vote of 74 to 3. Tho olluse adjourned at 12:25 until Monday at noon. A lengthy petition was sent to the Senate when it convened Friday morning asking that the old sf.ite-h'cu.- -e be made fire proof and per petually leased to tho State Historical Society for a State museum. The Hamilton bill appropriating $75,000 for the erection of a Governors mansion, which passed the House, was given its second reading in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Public Building and Monuments. J. M. Benton Has Been on The go All Week. Regular Term of Madison Court, Monday. Judge Benton ha been on the go all tliis week. Monday and Tuesday he tried a murder ease at Baibours- ulle, Thursday I:c went to Mt. Sterling to close the terni of court there; Friday he held ;i sivecinl term at Stanton, and Satut&iy he held court in Winchester closing the term there. The regular term of the Madison court begins at Richmond. Monday. DEATH OF MRS. LILLIANJETEER Delcved Woman Passes Away at St. Plans Fer Gco; Work. The following men met Friday evening for s.nppur at the to dicu-- s further plans concerning the Boys' Work Institute that bosiii- - Satuulav night: X. P. VanMcter. C. II. Lovcland. .1. Wt (liaiiihers. Prof. I!. T. Spencer, C. 11. i'rps. Samuel Willis, Chas. Venable, Ja.- -. Cuniaiing. P.hilo C. l):x and E. S. Wco.-Iethe rheip it ctms that the conference-wi- ll be very siicce-isful- , and helpful. will he Saturday The fir- -t scs-io- n niglit at 7:30 in the Sunday school room of the Fi'st church. The general tlieme will he "Problems cf Boys' Work in with the following topics: We Xced Boy.' Work," (b) (a) 'Joa-1,1 Cur Ti i.1m ," ici l'sl- eutials of Londcrship in Boys Work." (d) ''Things that are Being Done for Bovs in Towns Like Win- Brown-Proc-tori'a y. Pie-yhteriWin-chf-te- r.' arrival. The modern machine shop must be equipped with every facility to get the work out quickly, in first class shape and at the least possible cost to owners. ' 1y Tifiiri nn nni rn ft IWUTKIuUITO . GIVEN And Judge Joseph's Hospital Friday. in Lexington, on BAIL Paris, Ky.. Feb. 3. Mrs. Lillio Clayton Metoer, wife of MrC William Meteor, died Fritny. morning at 8 o'clock at St. Joseph's Hospital, Lexington. She was taken to that institution for treatment Monday, was operated on Tue-da- y and found to be in a very critical ci ndition. Mrs. Meteer is survived by her her mother, Mrs. Amanda Clayton, of this city, and three brothers. George Clayton, of Versailles, Henry Clayton, of Lexington, and Archie Clayton, of Jacksonville, d. It was with this end in view that Mr. Ilagan has installed the Eccn-111Welding Appa- Sam Walkins Watkins ratus. Leave Doors of Jail Open, Being Only Ones Ccmincd. Go To Lottisviilc Banquet And In- spect State Fair Grounds. Bill Favorably Hunter Reported. Fuuifort. Ky., Feb. 3. Both House and Senate hustled 'tlmiiigh with th?ir woik Friday and adjourned until Monday in order to visit chaster.' Louisville Friday and Satin day, These questions will lip dismissed where they were banqueted .Friday, by local and visiting speakers. Philo night r .id weie conducted on an C. Dix, E. S. AVoosleY and W. C. trip of the State Fair Paige, of Louisville, will be present Ground Saturday. to direct the conference. The Uoiirc voted to reconsider the An informal discussion of Winvote b the bill providing for the chester's problems in Boys', Work of. the Geological Survey ofwill follow the of the fices fioui Lexington, passed the bill ab.ive topics. .A good attendance of Re"esentativc Elwood Hamilton, of all inteicsted is dcsiied. especially of Fr:. lkliu county, appropriating Sunday cshooi superintendents and $30.00 ! for the Department of Agritracliers, and all who work with. boys. culture. Labor and Statistics, heard Sunday morning every church will favora'dc report on a number of have a sermon on Boys Work by a bills--, including cue of Representative visiting speaker. Sunday afternoon C. B. Nichols, of Fayetto county, at the Presbyterian church at 3 piovid'ng for the inspector of cattle o'clock. President J. C. Aches on. of for tl.o purpose of directing tuberCaldwell college. Danville, will de- culosis and adjourned until 12 liver his noted address, "The Boy o'clock Monday. Problem.'' The Senate piised to second readEvery man and woman in Winche- ing t'.e bill providing for a Goverster' should avail themselves of nor's Mansion and leferred it to the to hear this noted ad- coiriTs.ittce ton Public Buildings and dress. At the samo time in the Mouu uehts. Heicwcd a number of Couitiiouso a ma-- s meeting for boy new bills including ono offeied by only will be held, conducted by E. S. the Senator J. T. Tunis, of Fayeete Woosley, of Louisville. 'oiinty. prohibiting the sale of inI iiinu Seiicvs :it 1 t ...is. .an toxicating liquors within 400 yards chinch at 7:30 Sumhiy night will be t,f the campuses of the State Univer;hc most unique meeting of the whole sity or the Normal Schools and other of granting pensions to aged, Tetired institute. Slides giving vk-.v-s DanBoy.--' Work, at Camp and indigent school teachers one by in the 20 min- Senator Claude M. Thomas, compelliel Boone, will be ' ute stereoptican talk. ing connection between rival tele.Four boys who were at Damp Dan- phone a.nd- telegraph companies and iel Boone, will tell of their experi- also adjourned until 12 o'clock Monence. This will he followed by two day. or thiee other brief talks by local Among the bills favorably reported There will be men. and by committees to the House was one by Cecil Xoe. the notspecial e R. 1). Hunter, of by of Lexington. Mased boy comet Clark county, providing that label? ter Cecil is only 15 years eld, but is be placed on kegs, cans, buckets, probably the best cometi-- t in Ken- barrel-- , boxes or bottles, containing tucky. He will play at both the Sunlard, oil or grease of any kind, shewday afternoon meetings and Sunday ing date of manufacture, and another niglit. by Representative Francis B. DougXo collection will be taken at any las, of Boyle county, giving councils of the meetings. in cities of the fourth class the right to say how profits from public utilsionaries one fiom India and 0:1c ities owned by the city shall be used. from China, will conduct the rally. Among tile new bills offered in the There will be other addresses. The Senate were two by Senator Claude I'M. Thomas, of the Bourbon-Clar- k public is cordiallv fnvitcdii-- ' , ( 1 on Judge Benton went to Stanton Friday and granted bail in the sum '( ll live thousand dn'rlnv each t'o Sam Watkins and Judge Watkins, of I'tieathitt county, who are charged with murder, and who-- c 'cases are in Powell county on a change of venue. . Fla. Both defendants had been tried Her body was taken to the resi-- end given life terms in the peniten 'deuce of her brother-in-laMr. tiary, but the Court of Appeals re- - t Robert Meteer. on the Lexington pike cently granted Sam Watkins a now where the funeral will be held Sun'rial, and in view of that action j day afternoon tit 2 o'clock. ServiJudge. Benton awarded Judge Wat- - j ces will be conducted by Prof. S. M. Kins a new trial and aiioweit born ot Jefferson, of Lexington. Burial in them to give bail until the March the Paris cemetery. The pallbearterm of Powell court, when the cases ers will bo E. P. Claybrook, William will be tried again. Lynch, Dr. Logan Gregg. A. H. The two defendants are brothers Smedlcy, Custis Talbott and T. B. and are charged with killing Lewis Xichois. Napier at a school election in Breath ' itt a few years ago. When the Wat A Friendly Clock. kin bovs walked out of jail, the doors "Look and see If th" clock ,1s run- were left open as they were the only R,ng dear. saI(1 grandraa to slaM Sadie. "No. It's standing still, grand- pi ! ma." reported Sadie, "but It's wagging 'ta tail." ! I J REV. G. W. CASE HERE : 10 tainmcnts TOO IATE TO CLASSIFY PREACH THF, LYRIC THEATRE Ai- -t Ys'idely Known Man of Highest Will Conduct Services , at First Baptisi Church. ' Iii Friday's issue it was announced that the Be v. C. W. Post would occupy the pulpit at the First Baptist some tune. church. It should have lead that Numerous comical and fancy costhe Rev! ('. W. Case, of Lexington, tumes were seen on the iloor, which would conduct the services. made it very interesting to' the large : Lady Godiva. (Vitagraph.) A li'mal Cr.uipicror. (Lubin) In Frontier Days. (Pathc.) Mr. Watson will clorC his engagement witl, "They AH Pick On Me." "Three Muskatcera' Tuesday. - The Kcv. Dr. Case is widely known as a man of the highest attainments and all those who attend the services at the First Baptist chtrfeh Sunday morning and night will receive a rare treat. A hearty invitation is extended to all. ng mu-sic- . Repre-entativ- i- -t. number of spectators that wefe present. The; first prize was given to Mr. j Arthur Bloomfield. who appeared on the lloor as a Hebrew comedian. But being connected with the house, he refused to accept the prize and it was given to Mr. Cirilom Foster, he being second choice.. MASQUERADE The prize efl'ered to the young lady was won by Miss Nellie Ogden, who lepresented a ''Yanw, Vaaia Girt." I SUCCESS On account of the great success of Friday night and by special re quest, another maqueradc will be re- Kr. Arthur Bloomfield Takes Prize peated on St. Valentine Day, - For Masculine Make-U- p And Miss ary 14. 'Mr. Arthur Bloomfield will appear V igij'n. 'n '!?ic above date; Jiaving scored a big success Friday night The masquerade given at the Au- - with his Hebrew make us. He will. ditoriuin Friday night was decidedly however, be barred from reeeivin the best given at the local rink for,- - the prize offered. Nellie Ogden Fcr Feminine. I ..A St i THE WINCHESTER '? V ' VTHE WINCHESTER NEWS. v NEWS Stwt, It is fapposifbte fb be wel simply imposs9k, the bowel are te imxl8ctspoisipous substaiK-es,"ieucoNtimete be removed from the body at least once each, day, or there wijl be trouble. Ask your doctor about Ayers PHIs, gently laxative, all sf Mk. Itl-IJ- I SMth MariR from arch 1911 to January 1, 1912, for Foreign Missions $247.21: Homo Mission's $127.32; , for expenses local work reported by $25.10; voucher $302.95. Tlie "World in r- - , vegetable. Dally, Exeipt He knows why they act directly on the liver. fefctfllS;- Cincinnati' is a Swrfiy. 67 i J. 1 - " V-'- ' '.tl III.' v 6i' ft- - ' -- 3 1 J)."" . -- m n M-- r liY 1 1. n-4 -- j ;i ' i ia.c I' great .Missionary Exposition, shewmatter, "Entered "as" second-clas- s THE KING'S BUSINESS o, through its American .Missionary ing the advancement of Christian November 28, 1908, at the postoffice society, and a third ai Jenkins, Ky., civilization. This will be held in k Winchester Kentucky, under the It Ls the purpose of the press de- hrongh its State Missionry Society. Music Half, Cincinnati, March 9 to tofjMarch 3, 1879." partment of the Woman's Chritiai addition it contributes annually Apu'l (5, 1912, (and will lie the sec- Temperance TJiiirn of Winchester, t4 bout $300 to the Church Extension pnd. Missionary Exposition on n collect items of news and all inforloth PfwMs tl. Aind, and about $150 to Ministerial world wide .scale to bp (eld in the mation from the various lelief. In adition to this the local United Stales. It will occupy the SUBSCRIPTION RATES: of the city, and onc 'Jnistian Women's Board of 'Mis- - pntije 'Music IJall grpuy of ljuililings. j a week, present them in this columi dons, gives $700 to misins through JTu its plans and arrangements it is yMall. ' heir National Society. of the Saturday's issue of tho News after "The World in patterned Daily, one year $3.00 which haw mj generously been placet The local congregation is looking Boston,' the great exposition, held in Biz Months 1.50 at our disposal. 'Friends. ivill yoi forward with pleasure to a visit Feb- Boston in 1911, and. "The Orient in One Ifontfc .25 ruary 7, of a Secretary from the assist the Superintendent of this denjia otner uccessani Payable in Advance. partment in making this column jus, :Foreign Christian Missionary Soof the same kind. "The eii'tertaining a.' ciety who will be accompanied by ti.vo World in Cincinnati" is "ad Jait:ljra-tinot a com MVERnSINi RATES: If yoi missionaries from the foreign field. mercial venture, and any other in our paper? g HsplayHPir feat. have, between the leaves of you. These folks will hold an all day rally is not tlie object. Omu tbu, any tditio n the church. .9 .15 Bible, some .favorite clipping, A feature of it will Cars tines, within on week. . .60 e a banquet to men only at 0 o'clock quotation which has been When the lworld looks dank and 1.00 help and comfort you, will you noi Ok week, continuously n the evening and another will be tho existence' seems useless, 'the trouble Om calendar moM conturaoutly- - 3.00 pa-- s it along? notion picture exhibit at the even-n- g may most likely be found in the fact foar weeks, 4 tines a week. . . . 2.40 Give us all items of news con service the life and that yon need at least ten hours' Fow weeks, three tune sa week. 1.80 cerniug any religious orgnnziation the people with whom they sleep. Nothing more serious than of Vn weksf two tines a week. . L2C lm it local or general iand he as .vork. The purpose of the visit is io that. So give nature what she Send RMtfino Nctices Per Line: sured of our annrociation. .'ducate and develop the misiona:-needs, and the sun will shine again. contributions for this column to, spirit preparatory to the annual Foar weeks, one tine a week. . - .75 A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET MRS. C II. D1KTRICII, which is taken the first SunBorises notices, bodj type. Wet and chilled feet usually affect 212 Lexington 'avonu 15 day in March. Pa'. reading. s?s heading... r the mucous membrane ctf the nose, IVe.-- s Department. tkree ecatincoc3 insertions of same Sut. AV. C. T. (and filings, and la grippt. Wineli.'.-tc- r, '. raU- Dir. Porter, pastor of the Fk-- t ften at double the bronchitis or pneumonia may result. U. Notes W. C. T. laptKt church, of this city, Classified-- Ptr Wwa: Tlie Fcbiuary number of ''Tin d a saimon hit Sunday morning n Watch earefully, particularly the One insertioL, any edition lc children, and for the racking stubWhile Ribbon,'.' the piat he, ''Lo-- t Power of the CliurcCie.-.- " Three insertions continuously .. 2; Kentucky rr born comjhs give Foley's Honey and Jamcs Miller, a. prominent color- ville. the Woman's Christiai Vmong other things the speaker .said. that needs to go there. Sack three additional insertions. c organ of ined Democrat, is one of the Sanitary Wtf aie obligated to Presiding Elhonld be Chiik's Chapel should invite the Winchester is a boasted ohurcji city Tar Compound.. It pontiles the Ome calendar no., continuously. .10c Temperance Unii, der 11. A. 'Stewart i'or copies of "The M. E. amjial conference to meet with,, father, Sunday Hit in spite of the fact, that nearly flamed membranes', and heals the Inspectors of Chicago. every mother and Mathing .counted, les3 than 10 words. Swage!, leadci a Christian Index."' 4 hit organ of tho them next year as it has never The MornBrown University, very budy belongs to the church, coughs quickly. Miv. A. A. No item charged oa books for prfmol teacher and religions Kroh, Wis., says: "It always ;?ivc i.'dorcd college at Atlanta. (S.i., has great C. M. E. Church. of our town. and if the local M. E. Church is 'on can't tell the church from the eu tkaa 25 eenta, Twenty-on- e letters from pi'nminen' vorld. It" some of our gorl and Foley's llcney and Tar Compound to purchased li3'J .acres of land foi Jas. I). Bell is preparing to build not huge enough for 'the ilelegatkvi coughs .."ijOOO on which to rHIS PAPEP REPRESENTED FOR FOhHiGr. I'diicalois. lawyers, doctoio and stai t an on OiLcr street. the Bioadway Baptist or Allan's a loiisccratcd c1iiin-1- i iiienibcr.-- j could my children. It cures their ADVERTISING BY THE and colds and they like to'take it." tell o' men oil over the state, ami iudits'tiinl se'iool. Chapel is at tlleir demand. Our city Kentucky ha- - SO.OllO nemo "Bapake a midnight look at Georgetown For Sale by All Druggists. the destroying effect of hte cigaretit ind Biicklowir, they would see thiny-ha- t. Twenty-fiv- e colored delegates at- tist, or more, iif proportion to the would love to have that august bndy who have come uncle upon the youth would make the demons of hell tended tho iincetiii.gr of the National negro population than any stale in as her guest and she can easily en- -' GENERAL UFFICES PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER their imincdiato tertain 'them as. ivas pVoven when ihish the bliih if hame." , NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Mine Workers' of America, which the uniiiii. " All kinds of stenographic work at We arc glad for thoc who au BRANCHES IN ALL TUF. PRINCIPAL CITIES met at Indianapolis, last week. A number of our more prominent Broadway secuivd over 400 homes reasonable prices. Miss Alice Moss, witnessing in our state against tin Rev. F. E. Moore, of Louisville, Thirty-liv- e years ago, 'Phihidel- - "colored citizJns leceived garden seei' for the messengers to the Baptist at Moffett & Spencer's office in Frapeinicious influence of this deadly fo al TOBACCO IN MISSOURI hvo forceful scimom at the this week from the Agricultural De- Slate Asscfiatioii that met here iilii.i li'ifl null mi) iiriliiriul R.'intf-.'ternity Building. to 1ln physical, moral and mcnta years ago. .Vahingtaii Presbyterian Street partment at Washington, the comehurcli. XiiiV he lias thirty-liv- e Kentucky soil is bettor fitted 4o development of our hoys. That (h Will Howard and Rev. II. C. Baker liurch Sunday. In his morning pliments of Senator W. . Bracy. FURS!!! with a membership of 2."5,()0(l. FURS!! FURS! culture of tobacco t!i:ui :iny s'lnte V. C. T. U. of Winchester most dc he gave :iiiviup:ring Times tins engaged are U'porlrd sick. The LonKville Will pay you the nighest Cash .1. C. flrovc, the negro, "pola':o of all tin in the union. Following the movePresident Jaft has recently had., siies'is lio the union bclnveen Christ awl the Prices for your Furs.. king of the west," lectured before Lee L. Hrtiwiiriis its' coloicd report" ment iia cut out tobacco in Ken- women of onr town, in older tha several political confeiences with ihurch. In the evening he "was clo- ' J. W. HISEL y tho colored Y. M. C. A. at Louis- er. tucky a few years ago ninny tolmc-ro- t one may become a mighty factor ii (iient in behalf of ti'.ie line of duty. as Bridge Junk Shop, ville, this Miss Ada. Hampton, one of the prominent colored fihim the theme "AgW. II. Louis. Assistant Attorney section to try the homelife of Winchester in. putting growers left ! or the Christian. Mr. Mooie is one Maple st. No. 23 North ricultural Life and Business Oppor- Lexington City School teachers, was their hand raising the weed in Mis- doivn this stronghold of 'the evil one f tho Synwdieal Evangelists of the East Tennessee Phone 215, Home tunities." Craves purchased fifteen the guest of Miss Florence Allison General: J. C. Napier. Begistar of White Ribbon" Presbyterian clunich, U. S. A., f.r Phone 596. "The Kentucky the U. S. Trcxsury: Balph W. Tyler, souri. But after all iho glowing acll:18-4m- q car loads of seed potatoes from last Sunday. Auditor of ithe Navy Department; counts of the advantages offered in conies to every wotnan who give? he he State of Kentucky. He is an Dr. J. iFisher isengeaged in an inLouisville growers and shipped them Henry L. Johnson, Kecorder of the Missouri tobacco belt, according name as a. member of tho W. C. T. Ur able speaker, and is loing great FIRST LA GRIPPE, teresting meeting in Louisville. to his groat Kansas farm. Deeds and Wlritefield McKiuley, Colto R. A. MeVey, of Bourbon county, Mothers join our ranks and educate work. THEN BRONCHITIS. Though wiiiitcr, Theodore NicholDallas, Texas, has a colored matlector of Customs at Washington. most of the farmers who went from against the evils that are sure t Such was the ease with Mrs. W. S. rimonial paper. as, has nearly douWeil the coloicd i.Mrs. Ann Nolan gave a church ibis, state to Missouri would gladly prove a temptation to your boy-- yea The ladies' (Missionary Society, of iiailey, McCrc.-uy- , "My wife Ky. Prof. W. T. Vernon, picsident nt subscription in the past t.wy weeks. social at her residence on East they may prove a 4emptatior return to this grand old Commonhe Washington Street church, held was taken down with a severe atcollege, claims that he can Patioiis along his nuite iiiu- -t pay Hickman street, Thursday night. wealth, had they 1lie means of tran?-- i which lie will be unable to withstand in unusually interesting meeting tack of la grippe, which run into ii Kansas prove that Societies, the ancient him only. Bev. Geo. W. Boiling, one of the unless foreaiined by the tactful portal ion. vith Mrs. Frank Tanner last Tlnuv-la- y bronchitis. She coughed as tin she We have just learned that Mr. and oldest and most prominent colored Creek philosopher, was a negro. It is substantially reported that timoly counsel of his mother. A? evening. After the discussion had consumption and could not sleep The .fC0,()00 addition to the color- .Mis. Geo..O. Tebbs gave a Baptist ministers in the state, died and failure await wo walk on the streets of this, oni disappointment f the Home and Foreign topic, (Mrs. at nightTho Doctor's medicine Christtree in true 'Southern ed Manuel Training School at Washat his home in Eliza betht own, Ky., those vim abandon' the to'bnceo fields fair city, e are often grieved to "'atton gave a report from the gave her no relief and 1 was advised ington mas for all tlie coloied servants and last .Sunday, after a lingering illness has been completed. of Kentucky for those of Missouri. see little boys smoking, nnd the reSynod'ical Ladies' meeting in to try Foley's Honey and Tar Com Louisiana their children on his farm. The Supreme Coiut of The situation here is gradually im- proach of our ChriMtian citizenship Lexington. A delightful luiKnhex.n pound. The firsit bottle gave her so week, "Aunt" "Adeline Kagland died ni The market is being is that they sccra to engage, in thi proving. - much relief that she continued using in a decision banded down last FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! vas served and tflie social hour great M.n...l.,,. ..I 111, !.,,. .1: right IJWltlll! held that a negro has a Illl XII .11.11111.1 .11 II brought closer to the producer by the breaking of the law with all boldness. 'y enjo3-ed- . it and three bottles effected a perma"Jim vanccd age of 11.7 yoni.--. She was j Will pay you the BGgnest Cast The W. C. T. U. is an organiation establishment of loose leaf wareThe pulpit of this church wiH. be nent cure." Mr. W. S. Iiailey says to a seat in a street car, in New Oileans sold on the auction block in Virginia Prices for your Furs.. houses in all the cities nnd towns of winch seeks io save to a noble maniccupied Sunday morning by one of he is prepared to answer all inqnir- - Crow" law in effect i i and that he cannot be moved from 103 years ao and hi ought to Ken- j. w. msEi. the state. The two houses in this hood those who1 are to be our lawhe visiting workers in the Boys' s promptly. a seatin the white compartment of lucky. She is survived by two chLI- - j Bridge Junk Shop, handled as high as 300,000 makers tomorrow. Help us. city have Work Institute. For sale by AU Druggists. a car, provided there is no scat in dren, one ago li't and the other 7." No. 23 North Maple st. The regular monthly meeting is pmuids f tobacco in one day. All years. the negro section. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home hi ought fancy held on tho last Thursday of each good grades WAIT! WAIT! WAIT! First Presbyterian Church Mrs. Agnes Woods, of Middle. There are now 12,000,000 colored Phone 596. month in Hie Sunday school room piiccs. and the joor 'ivpi wen Dr. Wilbur Crafts, of Washing-io- n For the big money saving sale of , ngain- -t 4,000,- - boro, has been called to the bedside hegiuuins of at a price that paid the of the Methodist City, gave his lecture "Battles the stock of R. Frank, bankrupt. people in the south, 0(10 at the clo-- c of the Civil War. of jier parents, Mr. and Mrs. John promptly at 2:30. well fcr hi labor. producer A'cn. and Battles On," jn this church Sale opens next Wednesday, FebruCROUP ENDS LIFE The A. M. F. Church has had four Iiailey, who are reported somewhat 'JVb.icco is one, of llic gieat money Tuesday evening. lie is a workcr-iary 7. The County Unit Bill crops far the tenants of thi- state, sale .Bishops to die since their last Gen- better. The greatest i great cause and his talk was filled went to one of Many Children Die Mrs, Sue Johnr-r.The bet information is that the with interesting news right off the ever held in the city of Winchester. eral Conference, four years ago. them rcfu-- q to rent farms ilany of of Crflup Every Wedne-da- y The magnificent new .fSO.OOO Lin- the Lexington people of Kentucky are bat, as he expressed it. they can tend tv.baeco crops. unless 'P. II. DAVIS, Sunday Year Before a Doctor Can le not sitting around waiting to jump morning the pastor will preach an Tn mauy instances all the money realJones' Bhlg. X. Main street. coln 'School in Louisiana which is for treatment. "bootleggers" eolnre.l the largest, and handsomest city Several ized bv tenanls and nwnv small far 'to the ballot the minute the bill he- - anniversary (sctuimt after a pastor t Summoned. school building in the south has, been were lined if 100 and 30 day- - in jail mers is their hdiacco imtjnc. a law. They arc said to have ate of ten years to this church. He iconics t Richmond, this week. completed and wilt be dedicated on d'arcnts of children should be decided to"inove very slowly, as the will'go to Chattanooga, Tenii., next Rev; 'W. J. Ballon, a verv eminent Abraham Lincoln's birthday. FebCOLORED at all times for a spasm of necessity, from their point of BLACKSMITHING. week to the second General Lavmen's ruary 12. The Western schr;ol of divine from Oklahoma, will pi each at croup. arises, and they propose to do noth- .Missionary Conference. When you want good horseshoeing ing that may he considered 'radical lhy sfame city has the distinction of Broadway tomorrow; public invited. Keep in the house a remedy that The Pastor's Aid Society will have , , :.($'. F- - BANKS, Editor.) having the largest enrollment of any or any kind if repair work, don't or extreme. With no necessity fot the usual Wc hear of4an approaching wed- will give relief and keep tho y sewing meeting in colored child from choking until the arrival forget that wo do all kinds of work further camping at Jho doors of the John and William Hopewell were single public school in the United ding among tho the church parlors February 7. blackculli'il In Middlof own. O.. Tlmrid.iv States. The Courier-Journtlmt is done in a last "400" of Winchester, but "mum" the of tho physician. General Assembly, they will turn smith hop. Reasonable juices; aif taeir attention at once to lar.v enGet a .".0 cent bottle of nYOMF.I Bible to he inspired to the bedside of their aunt, .Mrs. Sur.dav contained an excellent cut word. "I hold the work guaranteed. Your patronage forcement in several sections of Ihc from the first word to the last. Let JulLi F'onmoy, who is seriously ill. of tho Lincoln school. The colored Rev. Taylor W. Rhc.me, a home today and in ca.-- e of an attack of solicited. T. M. Dnmigan. comer state. They profess themselves as one line go, and you may as well iF. W. Martin has leceived the sad schools of Louisville have always product, is building a .fLOOO Bapti-- t croup pour 20 drops "in a kitchen 'Winn avenue, opposite D. S. "Gay's eminently satisfied with the situation give up the 'whctle. If men begin t intelligence of the serious illnesis of been among the best in tthe county. church at Pikcxille. Ky,. br.wl of boiling water. Hold the warehouse. child's head over the bowl so that it Prof. Garvin, principal of the WinThe colored ininistcrs of Lexingas it will be in Kentucky after the pick and choose, the wiole great his. brother, Charles, at Dayton, O. " Xenroes will call each other chester ) pnblic school; passed ton hay' organized for the moral up- can breath the soothing. yenetrating County I'nit becomes a law and thor- book is swept into uncertainty. aiid then get mad when white through the city last week en iv.utn. lift of the colored people of that city apor that arise!. In tl. oughly established, and do nn conFURS! FURS!! Kithei: it is impregnable rock beneath fURSU! e piece-o- f send for a physician. the'Tukegee Conference at Tuskv One hundred and template any toward a, cam- our felt, or it is mere shifting sand people do it. Will pay you the . nigcast Cash paign for statewide prohibition. . February 14 is the anniversary of gee, Ala. He was accompanied by This treatment has saved the lives colored people's property were of man's concoction and contrivance; Trices for your Furs. his entire facility. While sojourniirg sold Monday for delinquent city, tax- of many children and is precaution the birth of Frederick Douglass. in which ease- where can essential J. W. HISEL The First Christian churchy of IhU certainties ho found?'' in 'the city the teachers were enter- es, for amounts ranging from GS that all .parents should promptly take Tho jwpulation of Georgia is h . Bridge Jjtnk Shop. city. ujjc.rt a missionary at ' IILOMEI is sold by Phillips Drug whites and 1,17C.0S7 colored tained at the residence of Miss El- cents to .fl4.70. No. 23 North Maple st. India, through its Foreig:: TJie following is the report of the Thomas- Son-ela colored shoenia- - sie Master-owho was one of the Three colored cirls were ' sent to Store and druggists everywhere and i East Tennessee Phone 215, nome Christian Missionary (Society, "and Woman's Missionary Society of the ker, died at Brownsville, Da., last paitv and a teacher in the Winches- - the Refonn school from Lexington , is guaranteed for cronp, cataiJb.VJ. ' Phone 596. another at Albuquerque, Neiw Mexi- - Methodist chnrchp of Winchester, week, leaving an estate of $00,000. ter Schools. The Defender, Louis this .week. Wineb.ester.has .several i asthma and bronchitis V CiJ I j religiou-org.mizati'on- s ! I ns v money-makin- .' cu-:o- m ..7c Wi-oa- l one-ti- ..... Eyeryiivoman its snyited to cpjisult out jStaft of Physicians, Surgeons and Specialists, at tlfe Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, BuflMo.Y., oy letter at my expense R.V. Pierce, MiD. 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Its ingredients nave tne inaorsemeiic or leading pnysipians in au sencots or practice, The " Favorite Prescription " is known everywhere as the standard remedy for diseases of women and has been so regarded for the past forty years and more. Accept no secret nostrum in place of " Favorite Prescription " a medicine of knqw.v COMPOSITON, with a record of forty years of satisfaction behind it. Sold by all Druggists. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate the stomach, liver and bowels. One to three Easy to take as candy. a dose. Send 31 one-cestamps to pay cost of wrapping and mailing only on a free copy of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. over-worke," Pre-scriptio- n" INVITE EVERY WOMAN n. -- nt cloth-boun- d, rca-b- -- met-hei- e bus-inc.-i- s agii-cur- cc ? sev-ci- -- ad-'le.- ofiiee-holde- rs -- O.'iri-tm- as - an-ui- al ve-t- ed .1,1- 1 de-pi- te I sli-nv- ad ll-18-4- chiu-ch- money-savin- g n anti-salo- ho-pit- -1 COM pic-pai- ed ( all-da- in-ta- nt tie firsi-chi- ss al "nisr-ger- fifty-nn- - c, , n, - ll-18-4- . . Si . , ' y. itlMiniita n (F THE WINCHESTER MEWS. NO DYSPfPSW OR 4 1 People are taking advantage, of these quiet days to clean up .their silver an$ rass articles about the house. We have the. bjest things in the world for that purpose. All are' guaranteed to do the work . as represented. JEWELER CH.BOWEN O rGi E Paiiy. ml OPTICIAN 83 s tMis.-o-s Ch-ule- TY - Wait For The New Store; Wait For The New Goods, Wait For The New Price Which we will-bable tp make to you when we get into our new building on North Main Street on New Furniture and Rugs and ' Draperies for the Spring trade are arriving daily, and on e - STOMACH Settles Your And put-Of-Orf- Ends All lnrtestii fit Minutes There would' not a case .restion here if readers who arelsiA- jeet to Stomaeh trouble knew tl A trt- memloiis. anti-ferme- nt J and d virtue contained in Diapepsin haimless iirepar.ition will d at their beautiful homo in ' the country si iiumh-- r of "his and boyFrances ami Elizabeth Ifecd entertained a number of rtrls in In.nor of their ;nest, Mr. Willie ami boys af their beautiful home in Jojios, of Illinois. ' Those present were: 'Mis-e- s the country Wednesday night. Polly Ojiisenberry, XTaney 'Martin, Dell and Those jirvoiit were: Misses Carrie AUraciive Emma Gilheil, Kose and KUie Jewell. Frances and Elizabeth Ifcid, Mae aiul Anna Shearer. Eva Xolin and Florence Henry; 'Messrs. Howard Hurt- Henry, Harry I lisle, Mnthefr Shearer, John Jewell, Morris ("barley Gilberl, Stanley Bailey, Xeivl Henry, Charlie Ifecd. Ifoberl Tattle. Algin Brook, Green, Allen Harrow, Uelvin and Thomas Ruber. Jesse, Walter and A Storm Parly. Charles Hazard, Henry and William A crowd of young Inys ami gills lleflm.- Misses Dell ami Emma The affair proved to be oue'of the fiilbort with a parly at their beautiprettiest informal events of the winful dwelling in the country. Those ter months. present were: Ev:i olin, of Hisle. Eva Xolin, Nancy Martin, Dell ami Emma (Silherl, Koe and Elsie, Jewell, Mae ami Anna Shearer; Mct-is- . II any Thomas, Kilirar Mathcw Hisle. Shearer, Muor Morris ami 0car Brumbao'k, Charlie Gilbert ,.lolm Jewell, Stanley Hailoy, It 1 ami Xewt Henry. All report a nire time. Gil-bert. fia-rrel- l Mi-.-es JVfonclay, Indiana; Mae ami Emma Shoaior. Mi Mary of Pilot View, Nancy Mai tin. Frances ami Eliza'his county, is attending school at Ili-l- e, beth Reed. Ah'Siivr Harry Jewell, Ifichmond. Mathew ShearMiss fihidys Ashnrsl has relumed I!:i:ji-bact U her lnne in l'aiis, after a er, Muenl. Morii.s and to John .leuoll. Stanley It.iiley. Mr. Cliarb-Eeion and family o:. Charles (iilbert, Hon Owen, Xewl 1'none avenue. Henry and Charles Ifecd. Mrs. 1). A. Wallace, of Irvine, H They were euieitained wilJi music Mrs. l'.ittie Johnson. and games and the evening was one Futile Rascality. of niueh cnjoyinent. "Why do road agents hold up stage coaches?" "I suppose to get money." "Rut don't they get only stage .Enjoyable Affair money?" Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. filer n enlerlain- Ito-.- o and KUie ar we will begin moving into our new store. On February 10 we will be ready for business. A visit to this store will convince you that we have always in the past Sold good goods ancl will continue "to sell good goods for the least money. How can we sell cheaper than any competitors. Five reasons why: 1 No rent to pay we own our building. 2 Goods bought in large quantities. 3 No high price clerk hire. v 4 We are experienced in buying. 5 We are satisfied with small profits and iuick sales. Furniture sold on easy terms. We make terms to suit any large or small. February 5 per-chas- er lli-l- e. k, vi-i- s vi.-iti- T. LUMAN :0 m North J.,,', M'W gV3ain Street heavy meal without the slighte or dieoinfort. and relieve the aeid stomaeh infivc minute overeominjj all foul, Xauseou: from the breath. A-vour pharmacist to sV the formula, plainly printed on eaea ea-- e of Tape's Diapepsin, then you will readily understand wfiy this promptly eures Indigestion ami ITeort-biii- n. lenmves Mich symptoms as a feelinu: like a lump of lead In the Hclehing of Cfas and Kruetations of undigested food, water brah Xau.ea, ITeadache, Biliousness and many other bad symptoms: and, beMiles, yon will not need laxatives to keep your stomaeh, liver and iiiie.-tinclean and fresh. If your Stomach is sour and full of gas, or yonr food doesn't digest, and your inealslon't seem to fit, why not get a saso from your dnigui-- t and make life worth livinjjj Absolute relief from Stomach misery and p.'rfeet digestion of anything you eat is sure to follow five minntps after, and. besides, one ease i sullieient to cure a whole family of ( sueh trouble. Surely, a harmless, inexpensive j ! !rep.iration ljke Pajie'.s Diapepsin, which will always, either at daytime or during night, relieve your stomach misery and digest your meals, is about as handy and valuable--a tiling as you could have in the house. oll-eecs "i0-ee- nt 50-ee- nt WAIT! I , , ,M , , ..imLiwmwiiiiiiii'miihi i iJ- -i timill-I- M Ml Mil in j 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 NOffer for the next few days our our line of ' - Skirts, Etc., Ata Sacrifice Price Remember Your Profit Is Our Loss. WINCHESTER GLOAK & SUIT CO. J Inc. A. M. BOMB, Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. Elks Building Both Phones 364. .61 Main Street . 7 of hand and eve. ?ifr. Dillingh. m has lived up to his repuhitioii not' v. ill back the poor fanner only in this For he big money saing sale of crlht-lesbut in the imne- jtt The state pure food" authorities at OLD IN the. stock of 1. I'V.mk, b.iuixi'upt . bus, to enlrr'lhc race for ounerhipJ inlatu rIfaii!inc.- - and order of the the Kentucky Agricultural ExperiFebruof a farm, unaidiil, and in 120 yeai1-- ; Sale opens ne.t Wedne.-danterior enlertainaie:it. The aiti-t- s ment Station reported Tuesday to ' Montgomery and S.niie in County ary conic out ahead. Attorney Scott Bullitt, of Decided Tieat is in Store For the pieciiiatiou of ''The Old Town" Louisville, sixty-fiv- e sale Should education take away a t The greale.-- l cases for sellJI il in Lexington When in the city of man's courage and disposition to ever ing watered or skimmed milk against Jlis.-o.r, their suspect our make saciilices? II. DAVIS, Clara dairymen supplying Lonisville anil Musical Comedy Flossie Hope, Helen Falconer, certain restaurants. of being at faiill. Jones' llldg. X. .Alain These cases re,M. S. HIJOW.VK. Hdna Hates, Virginia Kendall. Peggy sulted from the extensive inspections s. and iho Winchesler, Ky.. Charles that have recently been made A decided treat is in stoic for the Holv, Harold V.U'l. Mack Whiting. throughout the whole ot the Louis-ill- e I':biuarv theatrege crs of Lexington for on W. .1. MeCaiiy, Howard Dyott and PEOPLE'S FORUM milk field and other parts of I'Vbriiary 7, miatiuee and night, tho-- e .Tames Ifeaney. ''The Old 'I'm'.:" OUR POPULAR LEGISLATOR Kentucky. . comedy ' world. pony ballet is an added attraction Everybody likes a little fun and peers of The samples were collected' from MY GRUMPS ON EDUCATION oven the snlrniu solous of the Lower Montgomery and Stone, will be seen with several original dauccs. the milk depots, the dairymen, the House of the Kentucky Legislature for the lirst time hero in one of their restaurants, the hotels and other Tji the Kdiior of The New: TOM COWAN BACK sometimes stop a moment in their blight e.t and bet nuirjeal comedies places where milk is served, add I'M cat ion aid men in the heavy k theirs. "The Did Town,' a piece which hn.-. and Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is when a sample was found fo be watbattle of life to make a "living"; but Lat Thursday was one of the-- c been i nulling almost continumislv back at bis stand in the McKldowney ered or skimmed, further investigadoes it? Observation extending over occasions. They had just voted up- for ho pat t wo seasons and shows pailding and is now- - ready to serve tion was made to determine who was 'a period of ti half a century doe-- , on a "question vhon no ;ibaudonmenl of its wonderful en- his old friends and customers where responsible. About 700 samples were not answer, yes. We have seen hunone of the members arose with great tertaining qualities, but continues to yon' will always got prompt and firt analyzed in Louisville and 65 cases dreds of country boys, mountain dignity and said: "JL". 'Speaker, I pack the theaties wheicvcr presentwk reported for prosecution. class service. In os ln.ys, fanners, peasants from desire to note that the gentleman ed, and will likewi-- e do the same instances the milk was taken .from without education and the lat- from Clark is present and not vot- - here. from the dairymen's herds to deterJOUETT VS.- - WHITE ter unable to speak Engli-start in nig. There is not a it'lieatregoer in the mine how much water had been adwith nothing in the pricket, as hired Every eye was turned to fr. Hun- - Jcitv who has not heard of Mont- ded to thejnilk as snpplied by the CASE IS ARGNED men on the, farm and in 20 and 2't tor's seat, which was vacant, but the memory and Stone, and their wonderdairymen's cows. ycam be fire, and own a fine farm Speaker's eyes were directed toward ful Micce-se- s. :ud numy sided talRed Cross Dairy (Phone )' or business. the gallery. Others followed his load ents poitOM-c- d The of R. S. .louett against supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and by t hein nnd which it' We have not seen the college until fiimlly every member ot the is said have never been m cleverly John Ci. White was argued in the sanitary Ilolstein and grade Jersey young men do the same. In most House was gazing at one spot where dijilayed a in till their greater Court of Appeals Friday by I). L. milk; not watered. ca-be is not bravely meeting and two ladies sat .apparently alone. porfoimnnce. There are a lot. of Pendleton for Jouett, and Judge R. faciii"" the problem of life, lie i Suddenly they separated, each movCENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. comedians who can Mug and dance: C. O'Kcar. for White. This is the still a salary man, in one capacity or ing to one iside, 'when there 'war; re- there tiro a few who can ing. dance suit in which Jouett got a verdict George W. Shepherd, pastor. another, instead of starting at 1'ie vealed in the seat ihcliind them the and act; but there is only one knowr igain.st White a year ago for !1:.-'.0- 0 at Court Honse. Suaday mImo! bottom and working up to the lop timid form of Clark county's popular to theatregoer? iip.m ijw claim that White had 9:30 a. in. Preaching at 11 a- ,m. contcmioraneous round of the ladder, 'and in a few widower member. Caught dead to who in aditionj'to singing, dancing obtained a piolit of .O.HOO in a land ind 7:00 p. m, Prayer mi.jliifrj vears becoming master of his basi-ne- riu'tts bo stood the fire lor a moment a'nd acting can walk a rojic. do a transaction in which Jouett was a Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. S&tai-tf partner. and then Jioat a hasty retreat while neat acrobatic stunt and eclip-- e one Why is this so? We are almost the House roared. White appealed from the judgment THE SOUND SLEEP of liiiffnlo Bill's cowboys in the adready to believe the penalty of of the lower court and it i this aproit handling of a lariat or revolver OF 6000 HEALTH An Unwelcome Period. niwl poverty are worth mr.ro He and peal which wa: argued. That one is Fred Stone. Every man dreads the day when than education in the real battle of Is not for those suffering from Sidpeople who are no kin to him will be- his partner, Montgomery, keep 'tin life. And "we are led to ak the gin callhifc him uncle. Sees Little Real Progress. Old Town" performance of ney ailments and irregularities. The Has the race progressed? Only, we "Does Education nuke our moving rapidly every minute. (Jeorge are told, in the sense of acquiring a prompt use of Foley Kidney PiHs o Luders have given little more material comfort. Ade and will dispel backache 'and rheumaman today Montgomery and Stone an excellent the savage, no is no mora moral than tism, heal and strengthen sore, weak different from man ia bais of cnaractcrizatiqn, humorous the earlies: Stojje Age. His only goal ami ailing kidneys, restore norma! This coupon and five cents will admit any They is that for wtflch he started when tha action, and with' it health ;um1 .ituaJions. and tuneful mu-isecond See uge extinguished the lost scholar altendlng.ati- - of the schools in "Winchester ' must ha praj-c- d masit of itSic oth3irs. 'M. P. Spafebary, Paradise Progress sirrrcrth. Sterling; III., guys": "I suffered gatt er qualities which go to make 'The is simply the artificial of the lost Paradise. Exchange. Old Town'' the mot entertaining pain in my back ami kidnejis, co'trfi show of .the year. not sleep at night, and conld "not Freedom. Ecing a Ctharles Pillingbam proraise my hands over my &ea3 Bjijt The only frcedom-carabout Is the SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 3rd- duction it was to be expected1 'that freedom to do right: the freedom to two bottles of Foley Kidne TjSts the details qi artistic illustrations do wrong.J am ready to part with on cured me. Fclev Kidney PiiU .fear the cheapest terms to any. ocn who r . l aJid beautiful and lavish costuming j Bring this Coupon. wit', takJ me. Professor Huxley. mj- heartiest emlorsement. i wouhV (receive the highest atlenlion For Sate by All Druggists, .a WAIT! WAIT! !;:;;:rrt;':;:.:::lONiGOMERY s, 1 E and stone MILK ,, y, j "1 Tfll I money-snwii- g I lu-l- 'Wiiu-Iie.-.ie- 1 I I cdu-i-ati- -. l'.il-lae- Weil-Kno- sy.-te-m I're.-to- n, IMo.-sr- Ku-sc- ll, mu-ic- al 11 brain-wor- . I semi-importa- nt (!er-m.i- h, j 889-x.- es " Bk-"ic- es s. one-thi- rd ((Ue-tio- n: fitL-tav- Civil-ize- d e. at fr The Lyric Theatre, mn-Mic- al e I i . it-o- f t .a v. r ft,. Jr. ' Oxy-Acetyli- Welding Off Automobile Parts. ne MISSOURI'S SAVED BY A LIFE family's wellspring of joy Hope of the Household Has Some Fun With His Anxious Relatives and a Safety Pin. HOW COLD AFFECTS CLASSIFIED KIQNEY.S. COLUMN Attorney-at-Law THE 1 Specially Adapted to Velding have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit. Auiomo-bit- e such as cylinders, crank cases and all other parts of Automobiles, Milling' Machinery, Parts Farm Machinery, Gas Engines, Etc. W,e Oxy-Acetyli- ne Undo 'John flew down the back stairs! So great was his momentum that before he could stop himself he Animal Receives Load of Shot had gone across the kitcheu, and banged into the kitchon 'table. Which Was Intended for Turning, he rushed out of the kitchen, Kis M aster. through the back hall, and out at the half-wa- y HE weld all metals with the and they are as strong or stronger than new. guaranteed. Torch All work , TARGET IN FEUD FIGHT Neighbors Had Trouble Over Ditch and Body of Lowly Long-EareBeast Serves as Shield Until Anger of Armed Assailant Cocts. d CHAS. HAG AN, Machine and Repair Works, s Corner Broadway and Highland PUBLIC SALE OF LAND . .1 I" ! On Monday, Fel&raary 5, 1912, 1 "Bourbon County Court Day, ? in Paris, Ky., at r willt)fferfarm public sale at the Court house doorRidge, BourbjnMrs. L. H. county, of 243 acres lying near Cane entiiofy. This farm is mostly in grass, has on it a Inrge colonial dwelling e Ikouse, at tobacco barn, a lnrge stock barn, a tenant house and all jiecessary 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. ?v The farm is in an excellent neighborhood, convenient to school and Jcliurch, and is on a rural mail route. '"fi d cash in The sale will be made on the following terms: d d in two in one year, and Band on making of deed, gears from that time, with interest at six per cent per annum, lien to be to secure the purchase money, but if the purchaser should want more ash, he may pay as much as he likes when the deed is made. The sale will be made at 1 o'clock, p. m. p Any one desiring further information or to look over the farm may jkppljToa 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. ten-acrOne-thirone-thirone-thir- Prewitt'i raved DAVID PREWITT GEO. D. SPEAKES, Auctioneer. TheNew Depositor ' Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon thrit we may prove tie quality of out banking servicer- We invite you to call and see us. Citizens National Bank- - Comer Main and South Court Street. Winchester, Ey. Near Court Houv. aniMaccn circuit court a mal that toils ou an Eagle township tract for Farmer Ben Harrison, saw his neighbor, Alonzo Dixon, point a deadly gun, "to-wi-t, a shotgun loaded with gunpowder and ball," at his master. It was so sudden that Harrison had no time to dodge, but the mule stepped In tlio breach just as Dixon puiled tho trigger and received the load Intended for Harrison. The mulo did not die. He kept his body between his master and his assailant until Dixon's anger cooled, and he was glad his shot had not reached the target he aimed at. The trouble was over the drainage iiiinii between the men's farms. Dixon thought Harrison was encroaching on ion. his land and went out to see about It. Ho sot mad about It and fired at MANKIND IS STILL MEDIEVAL Harrisou, hut hit the mule. To shoot at a man with a deadly weapon is a felony, whether your but-Ic- t Woman Lawyer Saya the Attitude Toward Her Sex Is Unjust and Iand3 or not. Infoimation was Barbaric. filed in due form, and process served. That legislation tending to make marriage more difficult and divorce easier would lessen some of the evils of the social system was the opinion put forward in a talk on "The Law and the Lady." by Miss Mary Wood, a lawyer, at the "Woman's Forum. Miss Wood began her paper with a history of the attitude of the English lawmakers toward woman, touching on various statutes that now seem eccentric, such as the provision of the middle ages, which limited the cost of the cloth in a woman's dress to tyelve pence a yard. "And yet that was no more barbaric," said Miss Wood, "than the bill of tho Massachusetts legislator, who would have put a" ban on the skirts that were less than six inches below the knee, decollete gowns and fancy clocks on stockings. The bill was killed. I don't know what happened to the man who fathered it" New York Evening Post- long-eared d r. n, Macon, JIo. A Missouri mule has added new laurela to his kind. According to the record in a case in the door, which he slammed behind him. Meanwhile Ellen, the nursemaid, stood before the telephone, and wildly flopped her hands except when at regular intervals she needed them to take down the receiver in order to see if the lino was still busy. Upstairs a squalling baby kicked and squirmed In the arms of its distracted mother. This strangling infant was the unhappy cause of all the excitement, for, so Ellen affirmed with tears in her eyes, it had swallowAlthough, to the ed a safety-pin- . mother, it seemed hours, it was in reality but a short time before Uncle John, puffing like a steam 'engine, re-- i turned.- - Behind him came the baby's and pale. At the .father, .'wlld-ey'same instant the doorbell frantically announced the doctor. All three men tore up stairs into the nursery, where they formed a semicircle round the human storm-centeSuddenly the baby stopped screaming to gaze in wide-eye- d astonishment at the frantic men before him. Then he looked down at the floor, and murmured, "Pitty! ritty!" pointed to a large, bright safety-piwhich lay near at hand, provysingly innocent, on the nursery rug. 'Youth's Companred-face- Avoid .taking eold if yourkiuncys Cold congests the are sensithe. kidneys, throws too much work upon them, and weakens their action. Serious kidney trouble and even Brijrht's may disease result. Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of the pain andi&oreucss, build it'hein up by the timely use of Foley Kidney "ills' They will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble not beyond No medicine th.e reach of medieiiic. can do more. For S':ile by All Druggists. MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! CLASSIFIED le a ,8c w a war ADVERTISEMENTS 60 S. Main St. E. E. LO0MIS Winchester, Ky. . far a sftifK. uissnjue. far taraa'acaMentlva la tf:tfticAj Ir sertlanx. VlC. a ward for aacfr sertlun. Auctioneer McEldowney Building, a woftf per inaata. Scattered Inurltani. Js 10c pv wwi Winchester, pi Ky. " Insertion. tattling Interim tor cents Xofhfcff char-far lets than 85 etnti TRACY AND t mar tt PENDLETON, BUSH ft BUSH Attorneys-at-I.aw : 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. STOKaY - FOR RENT. w tAvrro MfT. 1 101TB When in need of any meal don't forget that we have the old fashion water mill stones and do custom grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite David Gay's warehouse, on corner 2-- 1 -- lm Whin avenue. n-- ss RAIL80ADJIME TABLES LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WESTEOUNr Lv. Quicksand, Ky. ... No. 11 No. 3 Daily Daily a. m. p. m. 1:25 hoarding house with fourteen rooms, baths, gas and all modern conveniences. Just off of Main Street, in center of city, very best location in Winchester. Price right. flat, 2 square from Main street; all modem conveniences. Price 16 3 per month. Storeroom or office building oir first lloor, has two nice rooms with modern conveniences, about 1-- 2 square from Main stieet. Price fJO per month. Office ia McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES 1-2-r; Goal hotel or private l.o. O'f enrcs Uc. 0mm Clark County Nalional BANk tfcHth4 18CS Accounts and Collection: cl Kerciisnts, Tradsrs Solicited; fmm PaHris. lata an AH r 'mm s MMVKaMraZaS:3 Don't buy a Car until you have investigated the Buick line. We have cars ranging- in price from $S50 to $180U, nothing quite as good at the price, ask anyone who owns one. We' carry in stock a full line, ol Tires anci Tubes and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us a trial. - Mule Saves Master's Life. and Dixon came down to Macon to let the circuit judge fix his punishment. Harrison hid sent word that he wouldn't prosecute tho man who had shot at him, and that if It were neces sary to pronounce a penitentiary sentence ho hoped the court would parole him. Harrison said Dixcn had a large lamily to provide for and that it would never do to take him away from them. Judge Sheltou sentenced Dixon to the penitentiary for two years, and then paroled him. "I acir.it I was a bit hasty," said Dixon, "and I'm mighty glad the old muie was In tho way. Harrison Is a good man. and we "had been friends until that ditch matter camo up." ' HAVE ADAM AND WINCHESTER GARAGE E. EVE PARADE of Horns Phone 21 L KING Proprietor. Easl Tenn.244 5EE5S Society Procession za Aftermath Smart Dance Shocks Pennsylvania Town. Lalrobc, Pa. Temper Talk. not look pretty when her face is convulsed with rage. Her lover will not forget how she looked. Nor does a man look dignified, nor does he, as a rule, talk sense, when he is rowing with his sweetheart. perSome day, after they haps, she will remember what a vulgar fool he made of himself, once upon a time, and she will remind him, of it. And then he will be very sick and sorry for himself. So don't get angry. It is never worth while. And it isn't a bit clever, either. Any monkey will chatter If it is teased. Any cat will spit if its tall is trodden on. Try to be more human than a monkey or a cat. Try to smile when you feel like scowling, for when you scowl or frown it leaves wrinkles which can never be removed by treatworth ment of any kind, and it ot while to spoil the beauty of the face for c scowl. A girl does Is-n- 5:05 1:50 Two-sto5:10 1:57 FOR SALE or RENT Cepital and Snrnlas residence on East Hickman street, 4:52 10:30 now occupied by Mrs. Phnris. In 4:25 10:04 4:04 first class condition. Apply to W. 0:43 3:30 II. Garner, Adm'r. 4:05 Hose Pnoae 794. 0fflcsBeun 7:51 4.37 9totT FOR SALE A second-han- d upright 8:05 4:50 piano; cheap for cash or on easy DR. M. L. MYERS, 5:35 cash payments. Apply to Mi DENTIST. No. 2 No. 4 Pearl Rutletlge. filth Floor JfcQdownay Ba'.iuaf. Daily Daily EASTBOUND WINCHESTER, KY. ( p.m. a.m. FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tbi Lv. Lexington, Ky 1:35 7:21 best on tSe market; yards on Wesl 8:03 Winchester, Ky. . . 2:17 Broadway. Clark County Con L. & E. Junction . . 2:35 8:18 struction Company. 8:50 Clay City, Ky. 3:05 Sr MM M 9:2" Campton Juct . .. 3:47 f Jm SALE 300 shocks of fodder. 6:25 3:12 FOR Torrent, Ky Apply to T. W. Rash, Home phoni Beattyville Juct. Ky 6:03 2:51 ".MO" THAN WuT" 232. 5:35 2:22 A'.IijI, Ky O. & K. Junction .1 5:19 10:57 5:2511:05 FOR SALE OR RENT 10 days only Jackson, Ky Insure in Ar. Quicksand, Ky. .. ll:25 my small farm, 1 mile from STROTBER'S on the Ruekerville pike. CONNECTION: ' modern improvements. Has all LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will make OLD Posrssion given at once. J. II. connection at Lexington with the L. & N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will Newberry, Teun phone. 161. FIRE INSURANCE ASiD make connection with the L. & N. at REAL ESTATE AGENCY Ohio. Lexington for Cincinnati, CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos. FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 Kfflce Fraternity Bide., Pta) 115 1, 2, 3 and 4 will make connection corn ground; clover sod. A house with Mountain Central Railway to and 10 acres 'in grass. J. n and from Campton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains Croxton, Home phone 813A. Nos. 1. 2 and 3 will make connection -t with the L. & A. Railway for Beatty-vill- c. JacksoD, Ky 0. & K. Junction .. v Athol, Ky Bcattyville Juct .. Torrent, Ky Campton, Juct.. .. Clay City, Ky.' L. & E. Junction . . Winchester, Ky. .. Ar. Lexington, Ky. .. $350,000.00 'J-- ... 9 80 ... ... 11-28- -ti a aa 1 Win-Chest- er RELIABLE l-S- THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eat- ing and cooking apples and rresh Oysters. lour patronage solicited. & K. JUNCTION Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. 0. CHARLES SCOTT, General Passenger Agent. NASHVILLE 11USSVILLE Southbound. No. 57 Gincinnati-Kroxri- ll LOST At the dance Thursday evening a pin with topaz setting ;ind iUigree yxame. Liberal reward if returned to Mrs. J. 31. '2 ! Pickrcll. FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrels. Rome phone 813-A. -tf I Terms Cash H. 10:25 a. m. S3 9 Cincinnati-JaekBonviil- loc) FOR RENT Five room house; e 45 v., Dangerous Animal. An Ohio man and his wife with a couple of friends went out for a run No. ?f limited, 10:52 a. m. Maysville-Staiiforc! acres grass and 10 acres tobacco land; some coin ground. C. T. local - L GILBERT at & CO. "USE NOTHING ZQtmm BUT SENSE " HIGH ART SIGfMS A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. A. LXNN PERRY r . Society of this place 's shucked, cvrr a parade, th-- j aftermath oi a smart dance, which occurred along the main thoroughfare of La t re bo early the other morning. Simc of tho costumes worn by members of the fair, sex in the parade were too shocking to mention. Some appeared as "Eves" and their male companions r.s "Adams." And there were enough "Salomes" to fill a small-sizetheater. Shortly ue.'ore dawn the residents of Latrobe were started by yells that sounded something like Indian war wheeps, As soon as the paraders were .sure everybody was looking they gave- a series of dances in the middle of' the street- Some one telephoned the police. A policeman. T7ho Incidentally Is a Sunday school teacher, was sent with orders to arrest the crowd. He went, he saw, but he failed to conquer, because he could not stand the sight. He ran back to the police station erolttinr; cries of "O, horrors!" Next day ho was "put ou the books" for failing to arrest the masqrWaders. The paraCo given by the smart set of Newport wa3 a Sunday, school meeting compared to this parade, according to'tiiojs who viewed .It from bedroom d - Forkner, Home plume 1--- (512. Home Phone 37 1 windorvs. Triumph of Positivism, tbe lime. Ackermann . thus expresses ...... . . XW m. V W. . U 111 fc U uire,.uc eternal stepmoiuer. uas uui M 4eslre. It is continually' to bring torth, 'endlessly, unceasingly: greedy. .jBOtneri V. wuw.v...wu. 111-- .! a . Getting Down to Fscts. "I shall make it a rule." said the young man who is learning politics, never to go back on, my Xriends." "An excellent, rule," said 'Senator Sorghum, "but the real test of the game is to keep your friends from ing back on you." go- sue nas cnosen eternity, ior Shot by His Own Wolf Trap. Wilber. Neb. Arthur Krauter, a farmer near here,, was shot by his own spring gun wolf trap. He was trying to drive a calf Into hfs barn and accidentally stumbled, over the trap, kicking the bait. Both barrels of the gun were h.to, hlg feet and lees.. Morn thnn fin. nhnto Vers lemoved later. Ciac'-iarged When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flowers, 11:22 p. m. thereby keeping your money in your home circles. northbound dmitri' Vo. 34 Atlanta-Cincinna- ti POOLE & PURLLANT, 1:52 a. m. FLORIST, Mo. 10 Stanford-Mnysi- ll local, Winchester, Ky. ..nnectihe ? Pane fnr Cincinnati lii at 7:15, leaves at 7:22 a m. FOR SALE-3- 00 shocks of good lo- N'o 38 Knojville-Cincinna- tt corn. A barrel to the shock. J. !. iirrivs 2:48: departs 2:53 p. tnj n. Croxton, Home phone 813-3Q v.. limited 5:37 p. ra. All are daily, except Nos. 9 ant FOR RENT Office rooms in 10. which are daily except Sunday. beast?" Hot Steam heated. CHESAPEAKE ft SHIt. running water. Singly and cold Little Fathers. Moss, AVoodson or in suites. Mr. S. Joseph Baker of the depart' East&oond. I manager. mcnt of health in New York has had N'o. 26. Daily, Ex. Sun. . .8:45 a. in. picture films made showing how the 12.10 p. to. "little mothers" learn their lessons. No. 22. Daily FOR RENT Rcom over McCord & Recently "little fathers'" took their o. 28. Daily P Sua .. 6:30 p. n. Phillips store. Apply to store. 9d0 p. in. turn and all the small boys in the tfo. 24. Daily (2 t) neighborhood of one of the schools Westboui C were busy borrowing babies, and they No. 27, Daily, Ex. Sun... 6:22 a. m. LOST OR STRAYED A Duroe Jershowed themselves very apt at learn7:48 a. m. ing how to take care of them. These No. 21, Df.ily sey sow, weight 17; pounds, from fo. 25, Daily Ex Sun . . 2 50 p. rn. children have to care for the babies the farm of D. T. Matlack. 2 miles J15p.in. while their mothers are at work and No. 23. Daily fVcm Winchester on JIuckerville are taught to do it scientifically. pike. Any information as to her NOTICE Housewarming. whereabouts will be rewarded by "Moved into your cozy flat, eh?" W. J. Ragland, East Tenn- - phone The fine Jersey bull, Billy Good'.oe, "Yes." ' 230 3 rings. "Going to have a housewarming?" will serve cows at $2.00, money due "That's what I'm Just going to aak at time of service. the landlord to speak to the janitor B. A. OQDEN. bout" SUISCRIBE FOR THE NEWS No 31 Cincinnati-Atlanta in the country the other day in their motor car. The trip was quite a long one and they arranged to have luncheon out in the wods. As they neared their destination a stop was made and one of the party made bis way into the bush on the side of a hill to get water. He was gone an unusually long time, and on his return explained his delay by saying: "There was ouly a trickling strea'm coming from the spring, so, I had to wait. There was a ram down there in the bushes, and it seemed to be taking up all the water." "A what?" inquired the hostess. "A ram hydraulic ram." "My!" she said with some surprise. "Weren't you afraid of the little fjnciiinnti connection l Palis arrives at 6:30; departs at 6:35 p- m 3t limited SANITARIUM DR. DOLLE'S -- "SSm' MEN CURED AT SMALL Jkoon-riHs-Oinarasal- i -tf an uidEHgu ur men hll niccicccnrticftiwritafwiaDll fl?C PERMANENT CURE VARICOCELES Dy,cu ind Difficult Suraleal Oneratlonl Parformd I Skill and Success, When Sorgen Is Ntcstsmrf c6sT - Brown-Proctori- a. f ILaELO Positively Guaranteed RUPTURE RESTORATIVE Treatment in Lots of Vital Pi HYDROCELE ilTnSiat. hUblSam. Don't giro up hope nntil too bare teen old Dr. Dollel lie will kits joa FBSE thoroufb. examination, end will tf 11 yen tb Trade, CotualtaM.il Frw end eontMentlal at oflc or by letter. Twmly experience. Trainra ettenaente. uettoicare. ipon receipt of 4 cte. Torpoeuev. Ki rin much elaskleinlorautloa. CaUate uwa o:uce or wrne 10 625 walhut street. F f cJ&'te an' f.wiei l-3- Wit Ui Li UULLfc CINCINNATI, O. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! 3t Will pay you the Highest Cass Prices for your Furs. V J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. ' v Eaat Tennessee Phone 215,-Hwiii- Phone 596. U-lBta- w - - 1 t