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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 5, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912020501_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 5, 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 THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, KIND AY, FEBRUARY 5, 1912. An Invitation WEATHER Generally Fair; Tuesday Warmer 4 VOLUME 7; No. 91. . 1111-STRUGGLE 2 CENTS A COPY; (0 CENTS A WEEK IE E An invitation to deliver an address COTTAGE IS HOME DESTROYED OF LETTERS at Richmond has been received, and it is i egret tod that the illness of the recipient prevents acceptance. Tiie letter follows: Richmond, Ky., Feb. 2, 1912. Fireman Heroically Fight Flames In Kindly Words Written in a Kindly Col. R. R. Perry, Spite of Fact That Thermometer Spirit, and Appreciated Beyond Winchester, Ky. Hovered at Zero. Measure. Dear Sir: Iu response to a note which attempted to express the sympathy felt for Mrs. Josephine K. Henry in the tragic jleath of her aged aunt the answer came : Versailles, Ky., Feb. 2. 1912. Miss Goldic iPcrry, My veiy dear friend: It was indeed kind of yon to write me so sweetly, and your words fame as healing balm to my poor lacerated ieart. The tragedy of my aged aunt's death is too deep for words. My heart is broken and I "cannot write of it. I am left alone in my old homestead, and it is thought beyond belief that the house did not burn. But it did not and I am here suffering yet. My dear sister from Xew York came to one as the whole town did with its sympathy. I am drying to summon the majesty of my womanhood and bear up as best I can. 'I am distressed beyond expression to hear of your father's Extend to him every exalted regard and gratitude and trfl him I hojte foi his speedy recovery and that lie may have many years of usefulness. foi I greatly miss "Perryg-aphs,- " learned wisde-Lsat at his feet and and common sense, ivhieh is the most uncommon kind. I amgVd ht has you dear girl, who so ably relieves him of his editorial duties anc you do splendidly. Yon lay the othei rural papers in the shade. Yoni verses stay on my table and arc better tfcah any other Kentucky girl has done. I wish I could .send you articles on topics, but dear child, am nearly blind, and the tragic death of niy dear aunt has shattered nv nerves. Give my best "regards tt te fail and the liquor interests had had not a word to sny as to what went BOY WORK into and what wa left out of the platform of cither party. He said At 2:1.1 Monday afternoon ove: that the friends of the temperance COMES TO END NSTITUT 1.10,000 pounds of tobacco, had been cause had oiganized both Houses sold at the two warehouses in this 'of the Legislature and the' County city. Most of the tobacco sold .Career of Popular Young Newspaper Unit had passed both branches of Is Great Success From Every Viewto be of a low grade. The point. Addresses by Visitors And Man is Closed by Death Following the assembly. Governor MeCreaiy juices were in advance "of those ot Local Speakers. Year's Illness. had kept hi- promise given before the TOBACCO SALES ILDNG S The Kentucky Legislators are coining to visit Normal School here some time next week, and someone from every county is to make a short speech to represent their county. There are thirteen here from Clark county, 'bift all of us are young and do not know much of interest to say about our county. We feel that we cannot do it justice. As you are an old citizen of Clark, we thought we would wntc yon anil ste if you could deliver an address. uitabl'e for the occasion. We are to be grouped in counties and carry a banner to represent the county and one fuoni each has to make an address to them concerning tuie last week. Lexington, Ky., Feb. ;!. One of t struggles for life and re- covery from a long and serious i II nesd ever known in Lexington, ended at .1 o'clock Saturday afternoon, when Mr. King Welsh, one of the best known and most popular young newspaper men in the city, passed away at bt. Hospital. lair. Welsh had been ill for more than a year, and had been confined to his hed almost constantly since 'ast April, having undergone three operations since 'that time, and hav ing made a heroic and manful struggle for his life, so dear to a young man iu the very prime of his life, nfd so cherished by his hundred; u ASSOCIATED CHARITIES intimate friends. Mr. Welsh was twenty-fiv- o years 10 HOLD MEETING and four months old, his last (birthDirectcrs to Meet Tuesday Afternoon day, September (!. hist, having been ai 4 O'clock For The Election of spent at a time when his complete recovciy was looked for. Officers. The funeral services were held Monday morning at 10 o'clock at A nireting of the directors of the Associated Charities will be held in St. Paul's Catholic church, Father 'the Fraternity buildiii'' Tuesday af Liobert de Wacgeivacro tdlieiating. ternoon at o'clock. All members arc urged to be present as aij election SAN BCD of olliccrs will be held. iuu-desI .Jo-cpl- rs 1 With tho thermometer hovering around zero, firemen fought a fire which broke out in the hou-- c be longing to C. E. Rush and inhabited by Robert S. Noland on North Main street, Sunday morning. election to do everything possible to A fine interest has been aroused pat through the County LTuit bill and Lieuteant Governor McDermott had in woik for our boys by the Boy.vl Work Institute which was held Sun Iso favored the measure. day. Saturday a vorv profit ablo discussion on the problems of Winchester BoV Work was hold at SMALL CHILD the Presbyterian church. Messrs. P. C. Dix. E. S. Woosley and W. C. ni-ra- his loss at by insurance. Most of tho household furnishings were ived. $1,100 covered 'Mr. Bnsh estimates The origin of the fire is not known. Tje flames had gained considerable headway before the alarm was turn ed in and the fire was checked with great difficulty. The hitter cold was shown by. the ice on the firemen's hair and clothes. A fine stream of water thrown into (he air from it he tire hose would fall as ice. Uespite tnc outer cold the firemen fought the llanies heroically and soon had the lire under control. The fir.- -t call for the Fiic Depart ment was put in at 10:.")0. Scobee's House ; . The sales were held in the morning at R. A. Scobee's Warehouse, where between 7.1,0(10 and 100.000 pounds of the weed were sold at ' prices ranging from $2 to $18. Must of the tobacco was common. Planters' ouse LIO.OOO pounds were on the market at the Planters' llou-- e and at 2:1 .1 7,1.000 pounds had been sold at prices ranging from $2..10 to $23. Thi.c hou-- c' also reported the tchacco to be On the hettei of poor quality. giadcs the prices ranged from $2 to $.1 in advance ot those last week. t ! county. We felt if anybody in Clark county could make an address to represent it as we'd as it should he it would he vou. I shall appreciate it very much if you will do this. We want Clark to beat them all. Please answer at once. Very respectfully, LUL.V WOOSLEY. S. F. Perry. note says: A Decatur, Miss Goidic .Perry, Winchester, Ky., MY Dear Niece: 111. John W. Pharis, Who Recently Sold His Place For $18,000, Hakes Deal For Other Property. 1 COmMEMORATES SOUTHERN To Have Handsome L your dear father and mother anf family, and accept a bow knot of low for yoursedf. May all good ever be with you aiid yours. Your friend in deep afiliction, JOSEPHINE K. HENRY. J. E. Delph A tender, beautiful letter has been received ivy Col. R. R. Perry, anc was answered by his daughter. It says in part : Lexington, Ky., Feb. 2, 1912. Col. R. R. Perry, Winchester, Ky. Sly Dear Sir: I cannot forego the desire to write you after reading in my Herald the biographical sketch of your eventful life, and to say that nothing eve: gave me more sincere pleasure. It awakened the memories of tin long ago to our intimate friendship, you and I had our feet on the rung of '.'he ladder to life's sucfirst cess; to the wintry days which embargoed the business of each to while away the dull hours we hied often "to the country and shot snow ibirds for want of better game. It gratifies me to know that yon have since "bagged larger game," but 1 seriously doubt that the 'lattci gave ycti more pleasure. Here's hoping that you may soon hi restored to n. rmal health and that many more y..ars may ha added tc your useful life before the Great Master bids you to come home and rest from your labors. Very truly yours, J. E. DELPH. onr-selv- m-h- Mrs. Dolly Tarpy. This one is among the most ap- preciated : Dear Mr. Perry: It is with unspeakable pleasure that you are that I learn of ct being restored to health. I trust you will soon be able to write again the "Perrygnaphs," which I love to read. Respectfully your friend, thc-fa- (Mrs.) DOLLY TARPY. Mr. John W. Pilaris, who recently his farm on the Vades ilill ANNIVERSARY pike to Mr. Thomas May, of, Pike I have just heard of brother's county, for $1S,000, has purchased critical illness, and my prayers are Mr. Charles E. Early's farm on the Dr. W. M. Cumming Kotcs Change: that he will soon be well again. Lot Wciluut Hills pike, six miles from Which Have Taken Place During me know often. Lexington, containing 172 acres for . Mi- - fnij Y- -' "';-0T. too, have not been well, but am" $12.1 per acre. Mr. Pharis will move etting better. Love for all. to Fayette the first .f March. On Sunday morning at the First Your affectionate uncle, church, Dr. Cumming S. F. PERRY. i preached a sermon commemorating EL REY SISTERS the 30th anniversary of his pastorate "Uncle Welc." in Winchester. PEAR HERE "Uncle Welc" Mullins, grand old lie first noted the changes in that man, writes a letter, too: time. . Only ten other men are in the Cruise, Laurel county, Ky. Attractive Young Girls, Handsomely same pastorates in the whole synod Dear Mr. Perry: Costumed Will Gi c Wonderful Ex- of Kentucky, only one in this ll'res-byterall so sorry you are sick. We are hibition of Skatinj. In the Winchester churches You must get well right away for it theie have been five pastors at the .vill soon be fishing time, and there handsomely .Methodist chinch, five at the EpiscoThe El Rev lin't anvhodv comes here to fish that costumed and thc:aselvcs naturally pal, four at the Firt Haptist, three Sis and pretty, will give oi e of the greatest at (he Old Baptist, and two at the .ve love like we do you. Mose and all of ns arc praying that exhibition of fancy and trick skat First Christian; one new church oryon'll get well. ing at the Auditor uin Mcating liink ganized in the city, tho Central Bnp-tis- t. Your true friend, all of this week. WELCOME MULLINS. There were 3.10 members in the They will give one performance night and a special matinee First 'Presbyterian church ten year? each Maj. Hampton. Wednesday and Saturday after- ago, almost half of whom have died Maj. K. J. Hampton writes from noons. Zoe and Klaire El Key are or removed from the city. During San Francisco, Cal. : the pets of Anna Held Company. the ten years 21o have hern adder" The Presidio of San Francisco, Cal. The wonderful little skaters dance aid 12.1 have been lost by deaths o. between removals, so that the net gain Iy Dear Perry: on their toes on rollers, 00. lights placed a few inches apart. I have missed your "Winkles" for During this time the church has is-iof tho everal Like two dream figures they glide .Hid wondered why. In today's forth, the grace of the children is contributed $37,484 in all; owr $,",- paper I notice Miss Goldie's saluta-toi- y perfect, having all the heel and toe 00(1 lor b oicign '.Missions, and over under the heading, "Father,"' movement known to the art. Their $10,000. to nil benevolent causes. which explains your in print, exhibition is without a f ";v and those The pastor's salary has been thrrp t"r". The church but we hope not in spirit. attending each porfcrrur.rc ;v:lj have forward in every good work ir the pleasure of witnessing the great I hope the improvement has the city and, proportionate to membefore this message est skating act on the road. and that bership, has more than done her pari y state of Califorfrom the in Christian activity and liberality nia reaches you the old strength and The pastor testified to the uniform spirits will have returned to you. with kindness and appreciation If you don't get well right away, which he had been treated by his ALEXANDER SALE why not come out to tho coast and people and by the community and is a wonderful clirecuperate? It dated that while he believed ordimate out here and you can talk Large Crowd A"d Rapid Bidding at narily a man had remained long "Woman's Rights" to your heart' Disposal of Household Goods on enough when he bad been ten' years content. That is, when you are not Saturday. witti a congregation it still seemed sc talking to me. clear that theie' was much for him Now this is not for publication but Auctioneer E. E. Loomis reports to do here and that the church was just to say how I mUs the "Winkles" a large crowd and rapid bidding at iu such accord in accepting his leadand how I 'would love to see you. the public sale of household goods ership, there was aiparciitly no end of Mr. Alexander, 12.'! College street, question but that the present I don't know but that the news f the paper has improved during last Saturday. should continue. vonr enforced absence. Miss Goldie The following is a list of some of Would not this then he the specialmust be a wonderful little woman. the prices: Brussels rug, $7; Axmin-istly suitable opportunity to Remember me kindly to her; take rug, $13: Princess dresser, $17; forces and plan for larger and care of yourself and think seriously folding bed, $10.75, chiffercbe, more aggressive worl:? Under thi ' about coming out. $18.75; buffet, $14; bed room suite, ouestion nlans were outlined by $3G.50. With best wishes, I am, which the church .might undertake Yours, etc., All minor articles sold at good to enter upon a larger. sphere of useK. "J. HAMPTON. prices fulness. . '. " old Pre.-lbyleri- Structure. Hr. W.iGarncr Smith, cf Winchester, is Popular Officer. The San Francisco Evening Post 1;1 contains the archi tect's drawing and a short description c ' the building now being erected as the new home of the Southern if January Club. T0f y. Sh-tcrs- Kei tuckians figure quite promi- iuentl in the Southern Club, Hen. W. 11. Hcat'.y, ..Mr. 11. E. Queen. Mr. W. F. Ingram, all from Louisville, n tin Itluegrass state, and Mr. W. Game r Smith, of Winchester, being amm ; the olliccrs and directors. Jm'gc Dcatty is the Chief Justice of tl.u Supreme Court of the State of C. lifornia. Mr. Queen is the nwiic; of the famous California Syr up o! Fig. Mr. Tngranv is Assistant Auditor of the Southern Paciflic rairo id. M. Smith, who is one of Winchester's most deservedly pi.pular young men is Secretary of the Southern Club. IMS STRONG PLEA THE SALOONS AGAINST es Sun-Sentin- el n.b-en- National Supt. Baker, of League at Y. M. C. A., in Lexington. Anti-Saloon u ' Paige, led in the discussion. The pulpirs Sunday morning were filled by visiting speakers who made addresses on I5oV Work. In the Mother of Carrie Scruggs Leaves Inafternoon Prof. J. C. Acheson, o fant in Cabin. Father is Prisoner. Danville, made one of the finest ad dresses ever delivered in Winchester Georgetown. Ky,, Feb. .1. Three-year-o- on the "Boy Problem." There were Carrie Scuurgs was found over a hundred boys at the boys' burned to a crisp Sunday afternoon, meeting at the Courthouse, addressed while liei-- mother was at work two by E. S. Woosley; 5S boys signed hundred feet away. Alary Scruggs decision cards; 7 expressed their d- had just put on the child's Sunday iro- - to join the church. The names clothes and went to the home of of these boys with their decisions will James Ewing to prepare din- ha sent to the pastors of the Win ner. Shortly afterwards the cabin chester churches and Sunday School was seen to he in llanies. The stove Superintendents. had been left red-ho- t, and it is Sunday night a union service was thought the little one's dress had held at the Christian church. Ii canght fire and she had jumped back was a rather unique service, the boys The taking most part in the services. to bed to protect herself. house was saved bat nothing but the The following boys told of their excharred hones were left of the girl. periences at Camp Daniel Boone: The father is in jail awaiting trial Robert Fitch. Rcbert Cumming, Al for being in a cutting scrape. bert Baldwin, Robert Havs, Frank MacXeill and C. S. Vcnabfe. E. S. Woosley spoke on the propo sition of raising $5000 to permanentCE ly eruip the camp so as to accom- modate 300 bovs during the summer OF MINISTER '$7.10 is to be raised in Winchester today. The following men arc working in Causes Much Alarm Among Friends the campaign: E. S. Jouett. C. H. And Relatives. NO Trace Can Be Ree. B. T. Spencer, Beverly Jouett, I Geo. Found. Tr.mlinson. C. II. Loveland, J. w. Chambers. Chas. Venable, Willis Owen Lexington. Ky.. Feb. .1. Rev. L. S. VanMcter, Jas. Cumming, Fuller, 5:t2 Ifo-- e street, superintend- - Fitch. E. S. Woosley, lP. C. Dix, W. cut of the Lexington Distaiet of the ! C. Paige, A. K. Sphar, Lee M. ' Lcajrue, and a well rill and J. L. Bosley. Fair progress is being made in the known Methodis-- minister, has been missing since last Friday night and canvas. Abont $'.100 has already considerable alarm has been caused been raised. Everyouo seems hopeto his friends and relatives, who ful that the full amount will be raised fear that some harm has befallen him. Mr. iFullcr went to Bid well, STORY MISLEADING AS Ohio, shortly after the holidays, and TO FISHERMAN'S IDENTITY. was conducting a protracted meeting about thiee miles from that place The "fish story" in Saturday's Friday niirht he was een Xews Tcferred to the gentleman who last week. walking along the railroad tracks related the facts (?) and not to and no one has been found who saw Judge Benton, who is mentioned in him since that time. Satmday night the introductory. he was missed by his friends there I The wording of the story was mis- and Sunday morning Mrs. Fuller, loading as to the identity of tho who has been at her home on .Rose "fisherman." street icceived a message fiom Mr. j Ira Russell, of Bidwell. saying that , Choice Engravings. "America 13 cot deficient In patriot- some alarm was being caused by his Ism nor In love of art." said the cheery absence. citizen. "No." replied Mlsa Cayenne. Telegrams were exchanged, but "But Just the same, the general eagerness to possess. $20 bills is not due no trace of him can be found. entirely to George Washington's plctnrejyts'ea them." Waah-I CREMATED ld iff AMN ! J 1 t thjMiat Sit-- , c.cn-tinuc- d, far-awa- lela-tioni- .1. Rev. Lexington. Ky., Feb. Purley A. linker, National Superinn League, tendent of tho in an address at the Y. M. C. A.. Sunday afterncon. frankly admitted that, so far as the organization he the was concerned, epresented County Unit law was the first step toward state-wid- e and nation-wid- e prohibition. Mr. Baker was pieceded in his remarks by Key. X. A. Palmer, of Lonisville, State Superintendent for the League in Kentucky, who told of what had been accomplished by the temperance people in the state and said that they hoped under the County Unit law to vote every conn- ty except Seven dry and perhaps every count- - except four in the Anti-Saloo- DEATH OF MR. . TAYLOR .TOO LATE TO CLOT (Viia-graph- .) THE LYRIC. Aged Citizen er (Essanay.) The Forresters Plea. (Lubin.) Love's Victory. Mr. William Taylor, aged 74. died Three Muskateers tomorrow afterSunday night at the home of Mr. J. ncon and night. Don't miss it. . 1. Dykes on Jackson street alter a Matinee everyday, 2:30 and two years' illness. Two years ago Mr. Taylor was stricken with para- - FOR RENT S room hense on Lexb'-- is and had been confined to his ington avenue: all of the latest .j '"d ever sice. modern conveniences; stable, hen ' He was the son of Judge E. T. ' house, poultry yard well fenced, Mr. Taylor was j garden and other necessary outTaylor, deceased. buildings. Call East Tennessee never married. The funeral servi- state. 1 c will be conducted at two o'clock j phone 227. NO Liquor Men Had WT. Mr. Palmer said in beginning hjs 'Tuesday afternoon at the residence remarks that not a single man or of Mr. J. T. Dykes on Jackson strept FOR SALE 300 shecks of orn. ?ither ticket who had been favored by Rev. J. J. Gilbert and tho body - Will furnish feed lot. Buyer can J. Scott Ren-ic- k. feed as desired. by tho liquor interests had won in will 'be interred in the Winchester ' j either' primaries or elections last cemetery. . -3 3t Passes Away After Two Years' liiness of Paralysis. Funeral Tuesday Afternoon. Kitty and the Cowboys. .1 . T .'i , v. ,5.. V v. - u hi 'if THE WINCHESTER HEWS. .wsR;ii.fe'i' iTf L ' t-- '.p H v . ' t - I; X?gp Vr' - . 1 ' It t An Scietific, Artistic Act That Always Makes Good and Plays Return Engagements : Continually. Prettiest and Most Fascinating Exhibition in the Country. Hit of Madison Square Garden New York Where they Played Four Weeks. THE SKATING DANCINfG GIRLS 3 -- - Will io 01. Mastttrinff link WEEK FEBRURY 5 JTi Saturday MATINEE EVERY Auditorium Skating DAY JL Special Matinee Wednesday & a Difficult Stunt with Perfect Qrace Admission, 10c ty Skates 15c WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS I wa-tried ffltlffljCBESTER ,1 HEWS aftenioon .77 Vl-- li fffct, fW-l-ll Sratti Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky. Bally, except Sunday. "Entered as second-clas- s matter, Kovember 28, 1908, at tbe postoffice ia' Winchester, Kentucky, under tLe let of March 3, 1879." ' MlOJ . oth Phones 91. WISCRIPTiON By Mail. Dally, one year Biz Months One Month -- RATES: $3.00 1.50 25 I! ff 1 Payable in Advance. Inl'S PAPOl REPKESEHTED 10ft J Oi.V.C 15 A ADVERTISING BY THE NERAL UFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL. THE PRINCIPAL CITIES suf frequently oveicome the heee--.-.itwo constantly Inking laxatives to keep the bowels in normal condition. years, has purchased the Somer.-- et There is really, in our opinion, no Times of Mr. Cecil Williams. medicine so good as Rexal! Mr. Walton is one of the ablest writers in the state. He is pos.sej.s-e- d Orderlies for the purpo-- e to which it of a genial manner "and an in- id directed, especially for children, They satiable ambition, which speak well aped mid delicate persons. for the continued and increased are prepared in tablet form and in two sizes of packages; 12 tablet, success of The Times. Mr. Walton is a brother of Col. pOc, :1C tablets, 23c, and 80 tablet-- . W. P. Walton, formerly with tho 50c. Remember, you can obtain Lexington Herald, who has long been Rexall Remedies in this commniiity circles of only at our store Tlie Rexall Stove. a power in the new.-pap-er Phillips Drug Store, .r)(! S. Main st. the slate. The News extends to Mr. Walton TURSU! FURS! FURS!! a cordial greeting and the be.- -t wishes for unlimited success. Will pay you the Hfgiiest Cash Prices for your Furs. FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! a J. W. mSEL Will pay you the Highest Cash Bridge Junk Shop , Prices for your Furs., No. 23 North Maple st J. W. HISEL East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Bridge Junk Shop, Dhone 596. No. 23 North Mapie st East Tennessee Phone 215, Iloinf The nicest and most Phone 596. perfumes and toilet articles at the tbe Orlantlo, (Fla.") Popufai-Sfai- ', daily, for the past ll-18-4ll-18-4- t FINED SIXTY DGLLARS Will Miller, colored, of .Foid, in the County Court Monday Gas And Heartburn Stopped In Five morning before Judge Evan for Minutes. "bootlegging'' and was lined .f(!0. In default of payment he was iiit Get rid of indigestion Or dyspepsia, or whatever yon call to jail. your stomach misery. TWIN SONS. Drive, out the sourness.- Dr. John A. Snowden. Jr.. of Right Lift off the heaviness. Stop the fermentation of food. Angle, report? the following item: Danish-gas- , "Born, to MY. and Mr.-- Oww heartburn, foul breath, nervousness, Crawford, twin boys; weights, C and dizziness, headaches, night-sweaand bad dreams forever 7 pounds." Get a 50 cent box of HE WON'T LIMP NOW, tablets at Phillips Drug Store today No more lisnping for Tom Moore, they guarantee them for any of the bad sore diseases named above or for any of Cochran, G.r "I tiatl-one my instep that nothing seemed stomach distress. to l:3lp till I used BiKiklen' Arnica No better' prescription for indigesSalve," 'he write, "but this wondertion whs "over written. makes the stomach vig- ful healer soon cured me." Ileal orous and strong enough to digest old, running sores, ulcers, boils, food without aid. For s.ale by Phil- burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents at All Druglips Drug Store and druggists ts Ml-O-X- A a MI-O-N- A The Woman Who Appreciates Quality the discriminating bti3'er is the one who will be most delighted with X n CO The New Embroideries, Laces, Linens, Ginghams, Percales, Poplln and Embroidered Dress i r D 0 n 2 -- in i 3 Patterns, For Spring 1912, Sewing. Your inspection of these new styles will prove of benefit to ou whether you buy or not. It wilt at least show you the superior values offered by this store. -- gists.. NOW is the time to do the Spring KILL THE PROOF READER C" Only the 'purest and freshest media icines on sale at the Pharmacy the store of quality. Brown-Procto-r- Brown-Proctor- ia Pharmacy Tin AFTER THE RUNAWAY store of quality, ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. . el ,' si-r- .v, .tl .'ill! i ii The Tjexington Heralil, which has to wrestle with Hie writing of I)olia Breckinridpre and Enot-- Grchan, and whicli fomierlj had to attack t!u; chiroKraphy of Colonel V. P. Wal-tdi- r, ts having its trouble? with Hip proof reader that is, it thinks it In giving an account of a fire at The Herald plant Saturday night the ?tory j?aid the firemen made the run in'ten minute's, when the reporter had written two minutes and 14. degree above zero appeared in The Herald n "145 degrees above zero, whicli i even for Lexington, one some w'ai-m- , "warmest" towns on earth. of the Monday morning, The Herald a correction of the error, .blamed 'the mistake, as was perfectly legitimate and proper, on the proof reader, whether he saw it or not, "and then concluded the cor: -- rection with these mystic words: "The run wa made in an incrcdil-abl- y short time and the damage was vartually nothing." Now if The Herald will explain what the words "increditably" and "vartually" mean to n wondering pnblic we shall he able to forgive its attack on the proofreader, who, in the; hurry of the makeup of Sunday morning, probably never saw the fire story. Incidentally it is related that one liilo'typer who got a "take" of Walton's copy told the foreman he 'couldn't set that stuff, but if somebody would fnrnWi a trombone he could play it." Our sympathy is with the proof reader in TO INJURE WREN i. Cathartics And Pills And Harsh Physics May Cause Distressing Complaints. in the Yon cannot he of medicine for children. Only the very ge:itlet bowel medicine should ever be given. Ordinary pills, oathar.tics, land purgatives arc too apt to do more harm than good They sometimes cause griping, nausea, and distressing after-effeand may actually injure the helatli anthus establishing a noyance. We personally recommend ane guarantee Rexall Orderlies as a safe and dependable remedy for constipation and associate bowel disorders. We have such faith in the virtues of this remedy that we sell it on our guarantee of money back in every instance where it fails to give entire satisfaction, and we urge all in need of such medicine to try it at our risk. Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like candy, arc particulaly prompt and agreeable in action, may be taken at any time, day or night; do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, gripjng, excessive looseness, or other undesirable effects. They have a very mild but positive action upon the organs with whicli they come in contact, apparently acting as a rogulativc tonic upon the relaxed muscular coat of the .bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more vigorous and healthy acover-careful ct life-lasti- ptib-lwh- S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will never forget his terrible exposure to a merciless storm. "It gave n.c a dreadful cold," he write, "thai caused severe pains in my chet, si it was hard for mo to breathe. A ' neighbor gave me several doses which Dr. King's New Discovery brought great relief- - The doctoi said I was on the verge of pneumonia, but to continue with tlie Discovery. I did so and two bottle Use only completely cured me." this quick, safe, reliable medicine for coughs, colds, or any throai or 'nng trouble. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by All Experience is a dear teacher, and if your carriage goes to pieces from accident or'use, you will find that a reliable repair work at shop, that wilt do you fair prices, is the cheapest place to take it to. We can make a vehicle as good as new when it looks as if lightning had struck it. Sole agent for the celebrated Jcmco , Harness that stands for quality. first-class WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS T. STROTHER SCOTT 27 Lexington Avenue. ! TT is our aim not JL tATYimc l-- only to VlPTYl get new cus- - fr lni4 Druggists. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! WASHING MACHIN This perfection in every, detail enables the "Boss" to accomplish what no other machine has done. Greasy overalls and children's dirt 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 Aims, can be injured in the least. The wringer is attached directly to the "Eoss." BOSS That is why we recommend plumbing fix- Will pay you the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 TTorth Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn Phone 596. ll-18-4- tures, and why we put the right workmanship into every job, large or small. GRANT WITT & CO. MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! 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 m Winn avenue. n-- ss Col-,on- el BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. Red Ash Jellico Coal The best ore mined, free from slack aad trashy coal. Warm weather prices. Try a load. this case. ff- "I blamed my heart for severe distress in my left side for two years," writes W. Evans, Danville, Va-- , "hut I know now it was indiges- tion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills tivity. Best for completely cured me." Mr; E. C Walton, who formcrly Rexall Orderlies not only relieve stomach, liver and "kidney troubles, constipation, hut help to remove the constipation, headache or debility. owbed and edited the. They also 25 cents at All Druggists. Avho has Edited cause of hut MR. WALTON "COMES BACK." this-ailme- FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop, (Successors to J. K. Allen) Bedford & Ttittle - I THE WINCHESTER NEWS. W it. A fx GREAT MANY IfliS YOU HOW ri People ate taking "advantage of'tbese quiet days to clean up their silver aud brass articles about the house. We have the best things in the world for that purpose. All are guaranteed to do the work as represented. JE.VELER ARTIS&CO t , ; JO CURE A COLO CLASSIFIED Ic a want Surely Break's The Most Severe 'Cold (e m A.ul Ends Grippe Misery In Just A"1 fKjC. c "Few Hours H ADVERTJtCMWti. tar a itafb mrf fcr tta x:ri far wdf - C H. BOW EN O OFIICM Special Showing h 1 . ? ClETTgj OF '5 The most effective and harmless 16c a mri pa- mmUk. T way to eure the Orippo or hreak a Scattered hmrMMM, It far vari InurtJM. severe cold, either in the head, chest, hack, stomach or limb:, is a dose of athiBf fewarM f sr mm Mhk HjfotMfif eaarsai ai Papo's Cc.ld Compound every two (er tessikaa IS Mali hours until three eonseenlive dose.-ar- e a Ml eitl White Goods. S. .aaBaaaaBB-.- , , taken. will distinctly feel the cold breaking and all grippe ?yiiiptoms after the very first dose. It pnmplly relieves the most miserable headache, dullness, head and nost sneezing, stuffed up, feverishness, sore throat. .running of the nose, soreness, stiffness aud rheumatic aching. Take this harmless Compound a directed, with the knowledge tha' there 5s no other medicine jmndi any "vvhere else in the world which wil' cure your cold of end Orippe misei-as promptly and without any other assistance or liad after-effecas a package of Pape's Cold Compound, which any druggist in thr world can supply. After three years" research we Lav conclusively demonstrated that qui nine is not effective in the treatment of coins or grippe. You jjo-ints 25-ee- nt TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT. Gor:d Jiotel or private boarding house with fonrteen rooms, baths, gas and all modern conveniences. Just off of Alain street, in center o city, very best location in Wlne.hes-le- r. Priee right. Hat, 2 square from Main street: all modem conveniences. Price Ifi 3 per month. Storeroom or office building on first floor, has two nice rooms with modern conveniences, about 1-- 2 qnare frrm Main street. Trice $10 ler month. Office in MeEIdowney Building BOTH PHONES 1-2--- real laee. The dining room in yellow Colter Graves wa very beautiful where a most 'deThe marriage of Mis Carrie Mof-,4:1lightful lunch was served. ("J Mrs. raves to Mr. Phiil I'oker, Louisville will take place nl the borne Dave Gay poured coffee. Miss Giaves has been the recijKcnl of the biide. :it 2'J lionne avenue m Wcdnc.-dn- y liKiiiiIiiir at i):4. o'clock of a number of complimentary .soEld. .1. II. MieNcill will perform the cial affairs ince her engagement to ceremony. Mr. I'hirl Colter, of Louisville, was i announced, and none was picltier than the beautiful informal ton given For Jrliss Graves. bv Mrs. French. Mi;-- Siim (looillne Itenton entertained with :t tea Wednesday afternoon in honor of Miss Carrie MorMr. Oscar Schmidt has arrived to gan Gmvps. the channing bride of be at the bedside of bis mother-in-lathis week. The house wu attractiMrs. .1. W. Seobee, who is critively decorated in plants and cut cally ill at St. Joseph's llo-pitflower?. The holes gowned iii Miss Norma Fox is visiting in Mt. 'frown crepe do cbine, received with Sterling. 311?: flrnve-:- ; who wore a becoming Mr- -. J. W. Seobee continues critgown of crepe meteor. ically ill at St. Joseph's Hospital, in The decorations in ' the dining Lexington, her condition becoming room were of pink and green, and a giadnnlly weaker. delightful luncheon was The, Mr. and Mrs. Grinstead was assisted in entertaining liotcss were the gue.-t- s of !Mr. C. II. Hcrry-maby Mrs. Withers Davi, Mrs. ,Flnyd foreman of the Klmendorf Gl'ay and Miss Florence Symplon. Stock Farm. 'Monday. Miss Martha Jones was called to Complimentary Tea. her home in the county by the illness Will French Mrs. entertained Friday with attractive afternoon of her brother, Mr. Roy Jones. " Voiles and Marquesettes all colors, from 25c to $1.00. Piques, 25c to 50c. Persian and French 'Lawns, Batiste, Nainsooks, Linens. . New and Dainty. $40.00 for $30.00 : i ri : $20.00 $ 8.50 for. :ir$i5.oo $17.00 for FOR SALE re FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! y or RENT on East Hickman street, now occupied by Mrs. Pharis-- In Two-storcc . Ki-sin- n, Last Reduction on Suits Skirts. There are only a few of these left, but they are all good. pay you the ffigtiest Cash Pi ices for your Furs. J J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shor No. 23 North Maple s! Will first elas condition. IT. fJarner, Adm'r. FOR SALE Apply to W. East Tennessee Phone 215, Ilom ftione 596. ll-18-4-m A second-han- d upright piano; cheap for cash or on easy cash payment". Apply to Miss Pearl Rutletlge. an (Mi.ss Ilattie Williams, of Mt. Stertea. The parlor and library were ling, i the attractive guest of Mrs. cut attractively decorated with flowers and plants. The quests were I runt Quiseiiberry. Mr. Gilmer A. Brown h;fs accepted by Mrs. French and Miss Grave, the guest of honor, who was a position as traveling salesman for Factory. frowned in black velvet trimmed with the Roxa-Kola BLACKSMITHING. When you want good borseshoeinj or any kind of repair work, don' forget that we do 11 kinds of wor black that is done in a first-clasmith thop. Reasonable priecs; ai work guaranteed. Your patronag T. M. Bomigan. corne solicited. Winn avenue, opposite D. S. ss :0R SALE The Big Rnn Coal, tk best on the market; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Coa-strnction Company. 11-28- -tf ' ARTIS & CO. Mii-ci- "OR SALE 300 shocks of fodder. Apply to T. W. Bash, Home phone 232. -tf FOR SALE OR RENT Gay.-warehous- . e Spring Is Here And we must make room for our large Stock of Spring Goods which is arriving daily and in order to do this we are going to" offer for the next few days our our line of Coats 9 9 At a 9 ( Sacrifice Price Remember Your Profit Is Our Loss. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CD.1 . Xe'v York, Feb. ,". A double ALL YOU NEED IS A Insure in Sunday ended the sensational romance of the former wife of WalSIROTHER'S CASCARET TONIGHT ter L. Suydani and Frederick Xoble. The liouihon County Auto Club the young dumber, for the love of OLD ha-- ; called a meeting to piote-- t whom Mrs. Snydam ran away from No Sick Headache, Bilious Stomach. Coated Tongue or Constipated FIRE INSURANCE A54D against the Xewcomh automobile bill. her millionarie husbanvl and married. REAL ESTATE AGENC Bowels By Morning The bodies of Xoble and his bride of a inontlfVerc found in their Xew A message was leeeived in Pari Kfflca Fraternity Bldz., Pbona 185 Turn the rascals out tne iioadache Saturday announcing the serious 511 Yoik apartment Sunday. The couthe biliousness, the indigestion, the i:e-- s of Colonel William Cunningham, ple had been suffocated by gas. , uuawv nvma I to 12 A nutBi rausi itv sick, sour stomach and four gases b it- -.t the ;f"n fedora lie Home, d'ewee turn them out tonight and keep them Valley. Colonel Ciinuingham is thr DR. M. L. MYERS, The death of Cuover Kennedy ai out with Cascarets. List of the Quantrill command, and his .home in Lincoln eonnty ends a DENTIST, Millions of men and women take a is well known as a brave and fcirle . ino-.- t tempestuous career, lie killed ruth Hocr.McEldowney BoUdlaf . Cascaret. now and then and never soldier. his uncle in the Coinihoiic at LanWINCHESTER, KY. know the misery caused by a lazy caster: was for some time a fugitive liver, clogged bowels or an upset Niagara Falls, .V. Y. Feb. .". An from justice, until an ollicial from stomach. ice bridge, which formed ju.-- below Xelson eonnty, with a posse, caught llOO.OfO Capital Don't put in another day of disthe Falls, broke Sunday and a mar. him one morning as he was leaving tress.. Let Casearets cleanse and and woman believed in be Mr. aud his home and claimed a large reward Undivided Profits. $200,000 regulate your stomach; remove the Mrs. Ehliidgc Stanton, of Toronto, by the state aud friends of the dead sour, undigested and fermenting food and William 15. lleaeock. of Cleve- man. who was Circuit Clerk of Garand that misery-makin- g gas; take the land, were diowned in the wliiilpool. rard county.. excess bile from your livei ana ca:ry Foua- - other persons were on the ice For a long lime tbeie was a reign out of the system all the decomposed when it. ibroke. but they managed to of terror in Lincoln county aud no waste matter and poison in the ingot ashore safelv. attempt was made by the officers to testines and bowels. Then you will O- Kend it. Kennedy and other outlaws feel great. WINCHESTER. KY. Tilghams. Md.. Feb. o Six oyster-me- n caiie and went at pleasure, unmoA Cascaret tonight will surely are believed to have been lested, and the law became a farce. straighten you out by morning. They drowned in Uie Chop tank river when N. H. WITHERSOON. box work while you sleep. A Only registered pharmacists hantheir boats were carried into the opfrom any drug store means a clear President. en waters in the ice jam that began dle your perscription at the head and cheerfulness for months. W. R. SPHAR. to move early Sunday morning with Pharmacy. Absolute Children love to take Casearets beCashier. The store of the gale that swept over TilghainV guaranteed. cause they taste good never gripe NEWS FS JO days only my small farm, 1 mile from Winchester on the Ruckerville pike. Has all modern improvements. Possession given at once. J. H.. Newberry, Term phone. 164. FOR RELIABLE RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover so'd". A 1IMM and 10 acres in grass. 3. H Croston, ITome phone 813A. -tf FOR SALE S 100 extra niee Rhod Island Red pullets and cockreb. Home phone S13-A. -tf t When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flowirs, thereby keeping your money in your home circles. POOLE & PUKLLANT, FLORIST, Wineaester, Ky. FOR SALE 500 shocks of. good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. IT. Croxton, ITome phone 813--tf THE Winchester Bank FOR RENT Ollice rooms in S tea heated. Brown-Proctori- a. Hot Singly Moss, running water. suites. Woodson manager. and eoTd or in J. M. STEVENSON -- TJrown-Proctor- ia AUarney-at-LMr 60 S. Main St. Wlwcajitr, Ky. quality. or-- sicken. SHOCKING SOUNDS E. E. LOOMIS . .AKtiencer WinclMptar, Ky. Needle JVorkt Flosses, Embrpidery, Crochet Cottons, Stamping of all kinds, Pleating of all widths made to order. BRING THIS WITH YOU Upon making a cash purchase of receive in exchange for this coupon 50c or over, you will Inc. lO Extra S. T & H. Green Stamps in addition to. those you receive with your purchase. A. M. DOMB, Manager. . WINCHESTER, KT. MISS ROSA L. BALDWIN GOOD FOR TEN STAMPS t M 1 Elks Building u Both Phones 364. 61 Main Slreet S3 13 MISS ROSA L: BALDWIN mm In the earth are sometimes heaid before n terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. (Nature's warnings ire kin'd. That dull pain or ache in the back, warns you lie Kidneys need ttention if you would maladie-- , escape those dangerous Dropsy Diabetes or Itrigbt's disease. Take Electric Bitters at once ami see backache fly and all your best feelings return. "My son received great 'benfit from their use for kidney and bladder trouble," write Koekwood, Peter Bondy, South Mich., "It is certainly a great kidney Biedicine." Tjry it. 50 cents at All Druggists. SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. PENDLETON, BUSH Attoraeys-at- 4 aiMiBC 5th Floor MeEIdowney ANDCURETHELyMGSj ' .ff Wincnestar, Ky; M MiDfUflHCS am aa . aa AMALLTMNKTAND UJKTRWELSI G(Af?ANTED SATSFACTOnr Of? MONV REFUNDED. maKgla SUMCIIliE FM BRINK i...". Ml " I- - p Pie Few. ' THE WINCHESTER NEWS 41 sJ in the next SO Days at goods consisting of Men's and Boys' Clothing, worth of Odd Pants, Shoes, Hats, Shirts and Underwear, to be slaughtered up-to-d- ate One-ha- lf ttte Regular IPrice. Sale ebruar Wi sale sale sale sale sale sale that can be made, 7 1912 A great opportunity for the people of Clark county to buy goods at a ridiculously low price. Everything is new and the very latest styles, having been bought only a short time before R. Frank took the Bankrupt Law. N o 0! $ 6.00 $ 8.00 ered in This Sale A Everything must be sold in thirty days regardless of price. Suits, bankrupt Suits, bankrupt Suits, bankrupt Suits, bankrupt Suits, bankrupt Suits, bankrupt $3.09 $3.50 5.00 $6.00 $5.00 .00 All sizes from 30 to 50 waist. FEW OF THE MANY Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale ' $3.00 $3.50 Half-pric- e. $10.00 $12.00 $13.50 $15.00 $650 $7.50 en S 50 dozen Men's Pants, the best and finest new and up-to-da- te, at the price of overalls. Every pair $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale . Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale :$ .50 $ .65 S .75 $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 SS.75 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $5.50 $6.00 Knea Knee Knee Knee Knee Knee s Knickerbocker Suits at wool Goods With One Extra Pair Pants. Knee Suits, now Knee Suits, now Knee Suits, now : All- $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.25 $2.75 $2.98 $3.25 $3.50 ; Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now , J vShoe e. $2.00 $2.25, 3,000 Pair of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Every pair will be marked Shoes at half-pricin plain figures in red ink. Stock Remember the sale, will be conducted in the same store room formerly occupied by It. Frank, on North Main Street in the Jones' Building, Winchester, Ky. Doors will be opened to the public Wednesday morning, February 7th, at' 8:00 o'clock. H. Friedi . master. S9BEiiflQEBHK9Si9HHHHK9HfiBHHIII9HliBHKUflH5fiiDSHHHBHfliHH P R DAVIS K IS