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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 7, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912020701_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 7, 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. 93. JACKSON a"gaaaiB:a "HH W 8B! " I N .J, H wS Ih.k I ill j Gen- , NEWS gj WEATHO Generally Fair WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, would give entire profits o next Friday's performances toward the Association. (Mr. Singleton reported eoutribu- tion of beef andibread to open a soup house for the city's needy and asked the aid of the Association in distri- bution and making of the same. The election was held and the fol- owjng officers elected for the com- - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, I9!2. 2 CENTS A COPY; EXPERIMENT II CENTS A W! TELEPHONE FRANCHISE AWARDED . AN APPEAL FOR THE ed Paul's Apostloship unto the tiles. East Tennessee Telephone Company Expects to Have Line Completed y Early Spring. I The sale of tiie telephone fran- chisc at Jack son was confiimed on :ntf pir t. Tuesday by the City Council, and Rev. Geo. W. Shepherd, President. the contract awarded to the East J. W. Chambers, Vice President. Tennessee Telephone Company. Miss Peddicord, Gen. Secretary. The company expects to have the Miss Cornell, Cor. Secretary. line completed by the early spring (Miss Ecton, Treasurer. I nrobablv in Mav. Board of Directors. Rev. Geo. W. Shepherd, Mr. B. R. EPISCOPAL CHURCH Jouett. Mr. J. W. Chambers, and Bosley; blisses Sue PedThe Right Rev. L. W. Burton. D. Prof. John dicord, Laura Ecton, Margie CorD., Bishop, assisted by the veneable nell; Mesdames Buford Tracy, Joe Rev. FrAnk B. ArchDills, C. E. Lyddane, R. O. Pitch, joe deacon cf the Diocese of Lexington, Tanner, Jas. Winn C. II. Dietrich and will conduct morning prayer and adRebecca McDonald. minister the Lord's supper, at EmAfter discussions of the various manuel church Sunday morning at cases, the meeting adjourned and the eleven o'clock. Tiie Bishop and directors were guests of the SecreArchdeacon will also conduct the tary, Miss Sue Peddicord, for dbS services nt Trinity Mission, North ious refreshments at Pnunps Soda Winchester, at 4 o'clock Sunday nf- ternoon. The Bishop will preach at ' . fcciinjuuiiiiru Ul u UU11M.U1 JIUIU. both services. The ne.t meeting will cj held or A cordial invitation is extended to ' the first Tuesday in March. all to he present. Went-worlh, ' ENVIABLE RECORD IN POLICE CIRCLES El Fr REY SISTERS SCOR E All Arrests Have Been Minor Offenses. Nobody Seems to Want to Start Trouble. Only twenty arrests in January. Only one arrest so far in Febru- Skating-Dancin- g Girls Arouse Much Enthusiasm by Their Graceful RofeJr Skating Exhibition at Au" ditorium: The El Rey Sisters, known as the "skating-dancin- g ary. This is Winchester's enviable record in police circles since the first of the year. All of the arrests, have 6eeh for minor offenses. The police aay they can't find anybody that wants to start trouble. girls," are arousing 7T IS THE FEMALE DEADLY THAN MORE THE MALE? The young ladies of the city and county are showing a wanton disregard of the privilege of proposing to the male objects of their hearts, a privilege generally roncedrd to be theirs during Leap Year. Since the first of the year to date there have been only nineteen marriage licenses issued by the County Clerk. Just think of it, only one eyery two days. What's the matter, 5 enthusiasm at the Auditorium Skating rink this week with their graceful roller skating exhibition. They float about in the rink in pretty evolution that is delight to the .eyes of every possessor of a, sense of ryhthm. They waltz, two-stejig, dance the barton and execute numerous dancing fancy movements, all on skates. The natural grace of the dancers themselves is enhanced by the gliding flying motion of tho rollers. They do little acrobatic stunts, too. Thee young ladies were the hit of (Madison Square Garden, Xew York, where they played four full weeks. . p, girls? K A SO n CHARITIES 5 Hold Regular Meeting Tuesday. Officers Elected And Other Business Transacted. Directors Friday the house will be in the ccnis that neither the of its being kept has hands of the Associated Charities. nor the results upon our minds as Matinee everyday, 2:30 and 3:30. impressed itself it should. WANTED Dressed hen, eggs and So as I have stated, we will con butter. J. W. Hollar. sider this subject backwards, with Rev. 3-- to arc service ot our ueavcniy jauicr, God cannot trust them with his ome much older and some much wealth? more learned in the Holy nord. "AYho so stopeth his Prov. There is one commandment the obey- cars at the cry of tho poor, he also ing of which will bring much joy aud shall cry himself, but shall not be happiness, aud the positive assur-.- .. heard." Do we believe God's word, - n. i i i ancc tnat wc snail never iuuk me or do wc believe that he was only material things of this world; that jesting when he made such positive commandment is found in the Old statements? Testament. There is no such thing 7 "He that hath pity Prov. as an Old and a New Bible, there is upon the poor, lendeth to the Lord, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY an Old and New Testament, but the and that which he hath given will he Bible as a whole is always New. pay him again." Have any of us THE LYRIC. That is a'proof positive that it is anything to put out at interest, if so the Word of Gcd, the more you read wliy not lend it to tho Lord? How Through His Wife's Picture. it tho newer it gel i and the more will he pay it back, listen what he interesting and tha more precious it says: Coals of Fire. (Selig.) becomes. "Give and it shall be Luke Pathe Weekly. (Pathe.) We all, of course, have read and given unto you, good measure, press'School children Saturday' matinee this comrnandment but it ed down, shaken together and runcents. 21-1- 3. 19-1i (Bio-graph- Sec. Cor 8 and 9. "For ye know POOR OF OUR CITY the grace of our Loid Jesus Christ, that tiio ha was rich yet for (By W. E. Singleton.) your sakes he became poor that ye This being the first time that I through his poverty! might be rich." have asked for valuable space in Oh, think of the love and unselfishyour paper and not wishing to in- - ness of our Lord and Redeemer. fringe upon any one's rights or to Since he has made, such a sacrifice impose upon your gocd nature, bnt for us, ought we nd t to lie willing. after reading this, if you think it is through love for hijn, to obey the .. .. my lilc he was yet nui it or 01 eiiougu interest to tlio.--c : command lie gave to Whom it is written, you can kindly with the Father. give it space. Mat. 20-1"For ye have the poor always with you, but me ye We have all read and heard so many appeals along this line, to the have not always." Of ouric you professed Christian, that did not romeuibcr the circuuwtances under bring forth the results, it should Which our Savior made this remark. :Mat. 19-2"Jesus said unto him hum none, iout l wi&n it clearly unif thou wilt bo pcrfict, go and sell derstood that this appeal is made only to those who arc regenerated that thou haxt and gp-- to the'po01"? and bom again, for as I read my Bi- thou shall have tieaAires in Heaven, ble, I find that these are the cues and corao and follow me." What a that God has given commandments blessed privilege we have if we will in regard to tho poor of this world. cnly oboy his commands, we can folIn fact, if I mistake not, there is low him in to his Father's house of where our loved only one commandment in the Bible many mansions, to those who are not of the House- ones have gone, where sin and sorhold of God, and that one is fonnd row cannot enter. .Mat. 5 and 3. "Blessed in Acts "Repent and be baptizare the ed every one of you in the name of poor in spirit for theirs is the kingwere the Jesus Christ for the remission of dom of Heaven." sin." If I am mistaken will some first words spoken by our loving SaBible reader inform me vior in that heart to heart talk that he had with the Disciples on the as to chapter and verse. Let me take time here to say, that Mount. T can find only one promise from the Zech. and 10. "Thus spcaketh first of Genesis to the last of Reve- the Lord of Hosts saying, execute lations to those who are not of the true judgment, show mercy and have household of God; that promise is compassion, every man to his brothSalvation full and free to whosoever er, and oppress not the widow nor believeth in the only begotten Son of the fatherless, the stranger nor the God. Thank God for the broadness poor, and let none of you imagine of that promise, for he did not ex- evil against his brother in your cept the chief of sinners, even me. heart." Again if I am mistaken, I ask for in"The righteous Prov. 20-- 7 formation. the cause of the poor but I find that it is good to look at the wicked regardeth not to know things backwards sometimes, for it it." impres.-e- s itself upon our minds more "He. that giveth to iProv. 28-2forcibly. We all remember when the poir zlicM net lac.:, but ho that we were boys and girls that when we ludeth his eyes shall have many a could repeat tho alphabet or the curse." Is there any doubt in this table back statement, is not this why the twelfth multiplication wards that we nc.er forgot them. I Christians 'have such hard times and Now as wc arc all children in the poverty just because reduced ... .... 1. 1. e 8, kind-heart- ed 7-- !) th 7. found soliciting contributions of money for political purposes shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall 'be fined. not less than $50 nor more than $100. The bill provides for a salary of $2,400 a year for each commissioner. The members of the Board are given the power of a Justice of the Peace to administer oaths and force the attendance of witnesses and the production of books and papers where the records of employes are being examined into on the charges made against them.. Senator John H. Durham was ill and could not be present to vote for the bill and Senator C. W. Mathews, of Nicholas county, was paired with Senator Durham. Senator Durham IS PASSED BY SENATE would have voted for the bill and Senator ilathews against it. SenaNot a Vote Cast Against Bin to tor Holmes was absent. Create Body to Be The report on the bill was made Appointed by Governcr. by Senator Dowling, of Lawrence-burwho stated that the committee Fraukfoit, Ky., Feb. 7. By a (had determined that the bill ought vrtc of 35 to 0 the Senate Tuesday to pass with its amendments. passed the bill, aw amended by the Moody and Thomas For Bill. Committee on Pciral and ReformaSenator Moody made a speech for tory Institutions, introduced by Sen- the ibill anjd Senator Thomas, of ator Scott, providing for a Bouibon, made a strong argument in Board of Prison Commissioners, favor of control of inand ousting the present Commission-eiistitutions for the dependents of the Eli II. Brown, Finley E. Fogg and state. He deplored the system unHarvey McCutchson. der which the prisons of Kentucky r The bill provides that the officers, had been conducted. He said that sndi as wardens, deputy warden-:- , the bill really did not go far enough, assistant lepnty wardens, prison but that Kentucky would yet adopt guards, cleiks aud all other officers the most advanced ideas of prison shall continue as heretofore in of- management. He paid a high trifice for a toim of four years, bnt bute to Colonel E. E. Mndd, the wartint the commissioners who are to be den of the Frankfort prison, and appointed by the Governor may dis- said he wanted to see him retained in charge any who are not needed at the his position. Senator Thomas also institutions. denounced the system of flogging The guards, however, cannot be prisoners still in vogue in Kentucky discharged in the future unless for prisons, and he said the Legislature jolitical activity, insubordination, should speedily abolish the cruel dereliction of ditty, violation of the and inhuman practice. rales of the management of the Senator Thomas said that Kentucprisons or cruelty to prisoners. ky had long gone on the wrong the- Political Solicitation Barred ory witli tne regartl to its criminals, The bill also provides that any of- that of punishing instead of reformficer or employer of the institution ing them. He said the Prison Coms, STATION i . TH BILL PASSES H6U3F It Appropriates $95,801 Werk of Bureau. Cwmty Vote To Come Thursday. Fr Ifcft Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 7. The 11 appropriating $95,000 for the of the Kentucky Experimept Statijii at the State University in Lexington, pased the House Tuesday by ib ' overwhelming vote of 84 to 9. The final vote on the Coutny Unit bill will come Thursday. The bill was made a special order 'by he House Tuesday for 11 o'clock Thursday morning. Mr. W. V. Perry's bill No. 72i amending the divorce laws so aa to permit husband or wife to give testimony as to cruel and inhuman treatment, where it is alleged in the was considered. (Mr. spoke against it. He declared it would but encourage and promote divorce suits. Mr. Schoberth declared the wife should be allowed to expose the hutbaiid who beats her. The bill received 76 votes for to 7 against. The special order of the day. House bill 2.i. was then taken up, and the session extended until it could be disposed of. The bill provides for the publication of campaign contributions after an election. The House went into committee of the whole to consider the bill, and Representative Keller presided. Corrupt Practices Special Order The Hamilton Corrupt Practices Act was made a special order 'for Friday at 11 o'clock. A resolution was introduced that when the House adjourned Tuesday to adjourn out of respect to Colonel James E. Stone, Chief Clerk, who i sixty-tw- o years old Tuesday. It petition, 2tfc-Clu- re, wt of Lawrence, .... ... missioners had done something Monday that they should not have done, and would regret, in agreeing to the assignment of a prison contract, the original contractors had failed to execute. The Prison Board bill was then placed on its passage. in the .) that hath mercy on the poor, happy Ho that opprcsseth the poor reproaches his maker, but he that bono- 2th him, has mercy on the poor.'' Let us honor our Heavenly Father. "Blessed is he that Psr.lm 41-cons'Jcrtli the poor, the Lord will deliver in him time of trouL!e." Do we want a deliverer in time of trouble, if so let us consider the poor. Dent. "For the poor never cease out of the laud, therefore I convuand thee saying, thou shalt tainc hands wide unto the thy brot'ior, to thy poor and to thy ncc'y of the land." is he. 1. 15-1- 1. op-o- n 8. re-re- ad commandment ning over bo-on- shall men givo unto for with the same measyour yc mete withall, it shall be ure that measured to you again." These are the words of our blessed Savior please notice that there is not a i. I have not given you my words in this or my opinion, but I have put my finger on the chapter and the ver.se, that sayeth thus sayeth tho Loid. Now if we want the joy and liappiness and the positive assurance that we shall never lack the material things of this world, let us open wide our hands to the poor of orr city. Cor. 2nd, 9 and 7 "Every man as he prospereth in his heart, so let him give not- grudgingly or of necessity, for God loveth a cheerful giver." I have only quoted a passage where in the poor and the giver are mentioned, but I trust enough, that we may know our Heavenly Father's wil in regard to this. We have epeued a soup houso in Miss Lizzie Taylor's building on South Main, street and will be open from 11:30 to 1:30 o'clock. We wlil work in conjunction with the Associated Charities, and we want to keep the wagons busy delivering small orders during the severe cold weather. We know that God has plenty of wealth in Winchester and we trust that thoe into whose hands he has obey his command ill entrusted to opeajtheir hands wide enough t feed tbc JHMgry and relieve the sul fering jijMMifiliis severe spell. ng itf-w- a more ro-iti- ( The directors of the Associated IFOR SALE Friday, fresh fieh. J. W. Hollar. Charities held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon. In the absence of Rev. Geo. W. Shepherd, LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN From my place, known as the Judy the president, Mr. Chambers acted place, 3 miles from Winchester on as presiding of.icer. the 'Mt. Sterling pike a black The General Secretary reported: Berkshire sow, with white feet and Appeals fo; assistance, 112. face; weight 250 lbs. Any inforFamilies l.elped, 41. mation as to her whereabouts will Cases reported to police, 1. be rewarded by the owner, John Employment. secured for 1. JL Rose, Home phone 806-- 5 rings. Report Treasurer's rord :r. th- - TL?.?.Ws. "Because thou sayeth I am rich. language than shall, so let us lend and increase with goods, have need what we have to the Lord, God wants of nothing, and knowcth not that a chance to prove to us what he thou art wretched and miserable and says : "Bring ye all the Mai. poor and blind and naked." J. brought , about by the tithes in the store house, that was lack of love for God in their hearts there might be meat in mine house, and not having the desire to know his and p'rove me now herewith sayeth Read the tho Lord of Hosts, if I shall not will and to serve him. 0. connections. 2-- open yon the windows 6. o Heaven and Expenditures for January. .'Groceries. $96.75. Fuel, $68.83. - -- - " " WANTED . ' .1 V Rat Climbs a Tree. Uncle Bob Paftin has some peculiar rats out at his bouse. A few days ago the dog ran a rodent about the premises for some time and Anally It Office rent, $7. was lost to sight Some one accidentSalary of General Secretary, $30. ally gazec' intr a maple tree, and there sat. the rat on the highest limb be Announcement was make that co Bid find. Bardwell News, jaDSgement of the Lyric Theatre . for typhiod cases, $13.33. Drugs, $2.30. 'Merchandise, $2.67. Shoes, $7.50. Nurse, $10. Gas bill( for 4 mouths) $7.20. Printing, $2. IMilk, To rent part of desirable to a reliable dressmaker. Apply Star Store, No. 7 South Main street. -lt "Hearken, my pour out a blessing, that there shall James 5 and not God chosen not be room enough to receive it." beloved brother, has the poor of this world? Rich in Just read on and see what God says faith and heirs to the kingdom which he will do, if we wU only do what he he hath promised those that love him, wants us to do. Prov. 3 and 24. "The poor but ye have despised the poor, do net rich men oppress you and draw useth entreaties but the rich answers roughly, a man that hath you before the judgment seat?" "Only they would that friends, let him show himeslf friendly Gal. we should remember the poor, that and mere Is a mend 'at sticknth same which I also was forward to closer than a brotlfer." Let us show ourselves friendly and gain the do." Lest I should encroach upon the friendship of the" one that will stick editor's space I will agam'.ask you closer thn a brother. "He that Prov. to read the connectie? . This was when the 6ther Apostle his neighbor, sinnet V bnt lie 18-20. 1. A determined fight was occasioned Senate by the effort of the friends of the law providing for the repeal of the dog tax to put on its passage, but after considerable depassed. bate it went into the orders of the A resolution introduced by Repreday. sentative E. B. Thompson, calling Senate Bill Introduced. upon Governor McCreary to address Among the Senate bills was one by the General Assembly next Tuesday, Senator Thomas, providing that in in honor of the anniversary of .tne all elections, for school trustees on birth of Abraham Lincoln was adoptofficers except the State Superin- ed. :' tendent of public instruction be sepindeterminate Repeal Passe . arate from the election of other ofThe bill of Representative Dtttry ficers, but by secret ballot, and the repealing the interdeterminate 9ti-ten- ce candidates shall be placed on a ballot Law and giving the juries ia without the party emblem. power to fix sentences on- - convidtd Senator Brown offered a resolution persons was passed 78 to 4. Mr. Diaproviding that tho business of tho ry held that under a decision of roe Senate be strictly transacted in Court of Appeals the Prison Board strict accordance with tho rules, and must release a convict when he that no departure therefrom bo made served the minimum sentence if He at the instance of any Senator. had been a good prisoner. Senator Thomas said he was opposed to the resolution, as he intendD0NT WORRY EAT. ed to offer a resolution providing (Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Emma b. that all platform measures be called Looney, of this place, says: "I sufup Iby Rules Committee, so that the fered misery for nearly eight years, Democratic platform pledges could but since taking Cardui. I am musk be carried out. The resolution was stronger, and I haven't missed referred to Committee on Rule-,- . single meal. I hardly know how Id Senators More Work For express my gratitdnc." " Don't wotty resolution offered by bona tor 'afot symptoms Cardili A your Newcomb providing that the Senate ( ,ioesn't treat them. What you meet at 10 o'clock and adjourn at ;3 strength. Cardui helps yott to gli 12:30 o'clock for lunch, and recon- jai;e Cardui, because other tok-ve2 o'clock and stay in ses- - ;cs an(j medicines do not contain iU at sion until 4:30 o'clock was referred jccui;an and successful ingredient to the Rules Committee, and will imported especially for its manufac- probably be adopted Wednesday. ture. Half a century of success, Senator Thomas offered a resolu- - j j,as stamped Cardui with the seal tion providing that the poem, "The 0r public approval. During this time, Bivonac of the Dead." be inscribed Cardui has benefited a-- willio wo- on the State monument in the State .jjelK Why not you? Try it, today. Cemetery, in this city. A NICE PRESENT Senator Moody offered a resoluGo to the 'Planters' Loose Leaf tion calling on the Kentucky delega- - Tobacco Warehouse on Winn avedti tion in Congress to pass a law pro- - npst Tnursday and buy a basket shipments of in- - fhe fine old smolnng and chewing Inhibiting inter-stat- e toxicating liquor. Dacc0 an(j send ;t t your friend.;( I Investigation is Ordered S3 The resolution of Senator nuffa- kcr calling for an investigation of the resolution was adopted. DrTai. Kentucky Experiment Station came Seovell, head of the station, welceti up, and Senator Brock asked for a ed the investigation, Governor McCreary sent to ike detailed statement of the charges against the officials of the station. Senate a telegram from Presidnt Senator Huffaker said there were Taft, as president of the Aaeriean " some rirmors. Senator Thomas spoke Red Cross Society, appealing for against the resolution, saying that funds to relieve the starving Chinese so far as he could learn, everybody in the provinces of China, w&Uh was pleased with the manner in have-beedevastated fey war AM Mitch the bureau is conducted and floods. The message was refert4 it was useless expense. The to the Committee oa Apprftpnatiew. hd i nii ne it -lt n X r, . 1 MbmW 4 291 THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 i .THE WlNCHfeSTEB NEWS, a ? ' ItB-I- II South Main Street, Kentucky. Sunday. s Wtacbestar, Dally, Except L "Entered as second-clas- matter, Havember 28, 1908, at the postoffice it Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March: 3, 1879." Beth Phones 91. SUISCRIPTION RATES: ' By Mail $3.00 .. 1.50 25 Daily, one year Six Months Om Monti Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING CY T."l NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL TriK PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES THE KILKENNEY CATS OF TH DEMOCRATIC PARTY. The Kilkenny cats Imng tied lo each others, tails across a clothes lines' were not less harmonious than our friends the Democrats. Starting the campaign in apparent harmony 'flhey have come to develop what the New York World calls the "Democratic. Joy of Living:," which seems to consist in pulling each other's hair like the 'Kilkenny cats. The World says: "The. World enthusiastically wel comes this revival of Democratic activities. "With Woodrow Wilson chasing CoL Harvey out ot the front yard; with Col. WatterSon denouncing Gov. Wilson as an ingrate; with 'Mr. Hearst sobbing hysterically over Gov. Wilson's historical references to Chinese labor; with Mayor Gay-nhaving fits over the wickedness of Mr. Hearst; with CoL Harvey tearfully diirniug Woodrow WiUon's picture to the wall; with Mr. Bryan alternately bumping Judson Harmon and reading Oscar Underwood out of the party; with Champ Clark clawing Joe Folk and Joe ''Folk clawing Champ, Clark; with Martin Littleton weeping over the atrocities which the House Democrats are about to commit on Wall street; with Itoger Sullivan, trying to steal Carter Harrison from the newly converted Mr. Hearst; with Mx. Bryan acting as a House of Representatives, and with Mr. Underwood defying Mr. Bryan to do his worst it has 'been years since we had a Democratic party m full of vigor and action and the joy of living." ed or L 2 people' are often rididuled and chil dren punished. It reduces the vitality of the sufThe Hookworm Disease is not a ferers to a very low point and,ren ders them easy victims to such Did. It is not even a new or redreaded diseases as consumption, cently discovered disease', but has fevers, pneumonia, diphtheria" or 'beca traced back to the days of 'Mossmallpox. es, who, it is found, took precautions It causes inflammation of the into prevent' its spread. testines and distention of the abdoWhile it has been known to exist men that has often been mistaken iu the tropic and temperate zones of for perotinitis. It causes ti puflincss the Old Worhl it has only recently that has only too often been mistakbeen found prevalent in the United en and treated for dropsy. StsUes and was not even then supNow that this tencble disease has posed to exist as far north as Kenbeen described, the mind may " be tucky. eased. It is easily detected. A l.:v:IIgaiIo:i, i has small particle taken from the daily IIt,;c."cr, c:i been fraud to be very prevalent evacuation from, the bowels wrapthroughout our good old stale. This ped in oiled or waxed paper and terrible disease is the direct result placed in an envelope containing of neglected sanitary precautions; your name and address, will be sent namely, the uc of earth toilets or a by your regular physician to the is common in our rural sections lo Slate Bacteriologist and cxamiint'd use no toilet at all and thus spread for the eggs of this worm and rethe infection by contaminating the ported through sealed mail to you without one cent of cost, and when TJiis disease may be con t metcabthe presence of this disease is found ed iby eating raw lettuce, celery, you arc referred to your. regular bage, or watercrers. that has been raised by contaminated ground, for doctor. it is not an uncommon practice to It is easily cured. Two or three scatter the contents of the toilet days of dieting, three doses of Thy over the garden in thc.fall thinking mol and one of salt, will euro the, that the winter's freezes will purify majority of cases with only one vWii from your doctor. the ground, but they do not. It is easily prevented. While the is also common to see toilets of It the unsanitary kind situated on the young worm is very hard to kill the highest point in the garden where eggs may easily be destroyed by linthe rains scatter and wash its con- ing a toilet with a pit and sprinkling its contents daily with common lime, tents in all directions. The most common mode of infec- or by using metal or earthen jars or buckets containing a solution of tion is through the skin, when the carbolic acid and water and burying young 'HookwoiMi or Larvae, of size comes in contact with the contents when necessary. In one section of Clark county ovthe bare hands and feet of people who work, and children who play in er one hundred people have been exIn mining amined and over forty per cent, have contaminated ground. sections where no sanitary precau- shown the presence of hookworm. tious are taken this disease often ex- In the southwest corner of Virginia ists even to the extent of a plague. 82.0 per cent, of tho entire populaIt is also prevalent among the tion are infected. But with the cohuge number of people who eat dirt. operation of the people- and the crawls State Board of Health, this dreaded worm This niierocsopic thiough the pores of the skin or disease can easily be stamped out. bores its way in, causing what is and will be if the citizens, of the commonly known as ground itch, state will do their duty to 'themn, selves, their families and their felhr.v land sores, miruntain itch, or and is far too often mistaken beings. oak, or even erysipelas. for opi-c- n It takes them but a few minutes to penetrate the skin and they continue their boring until they reach the Pronounce blood channels, where they are at Many People Cannot Name of World's Most Famous Caonce carried through the heart and tarrh Remedy. into the lungs. Here they are unable DISEASE ic dew-poiso- wmm Public Sale OF m is our aim ribt 'only to I Ttomers, but to hold them.get new cu. -- Stock, Crop and Farming Implements. I will offer at Public Sale, at my farm on the Mt. Sterling and Winchester turnpike, 74 miles fiom Winchester and 1 miles from Tanner's Store, on s ri mi ' i.zzi That is why we recommend t plumbing fix- Wednesday9 February 1912, 149 tures, and why we put the right property 1 1 at 10:00 : o'clock, a. m., the follqwing described 2 breaking plows. workmanship pony mare, fancy. 1 good driving horse-mulmare-mule, into every job, large or small. mare. G- -y e, ears-ol- d. 1 horse mule, 1 liorsc-jnule, milch cow, fresh. milch cows, springers. :t yearling calves. 100 ewes, now lambing. 3 calves. 2 McConiiek strippers, almost new. 1 good 'Stivers stripper. 4 good cimib-:- . 1 Mi'Cormick mower. 1 Dccring twine binder. 1 'wagon. 1 Bemis tobacco setter. I Columbus buggy, new. 1. Kauffnran runabout.. I Kentucky wheat drill. 1 Hamilton disc harrow. I Avery disc harrow. l'BIackhiiwk corn planter, new. 1 'wheat fan. 1 tooth harrow. 1 goi.nl II two-hor- 2 double shovels. 2 plows. 1 cultivator. 1 corn shelter. Wagon iiud buggy harness. Page wire stretchers. Page hand iretclier-;- . Shovels and double diggers. 1 McEwan digger. Pick-:- , shovels, spades, hoes grubbing hres, crowbars, rock hansuor.- -. sledges. hay frame. '.Log chain- -. i.Meat of 8 hogs: hud :i00 lbs. New Howe scales. Kaiibanks scale. Kettles, grind stone, -- aws, wedges, etc. 1 pair platform scales. 1 pair counter scales. 1 cider mill; 1 corn drill. 150 2 bushel sacks. 200 barrels com in crib. 100 shocks of fodder. I'uiek automobile, runabout. 1 -- GRANT WITT & CO. Foley's Honey'Tar mpound to-da- Terms made known on day of sale. H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. G. Prewitt is the best selling cough medicine because it on the market y does just exactly what a cough medicine is expected to do: it stops coughs and colds speedily and effec- -' lively. Should' be kept in the house constantly where there are children. A prompt help for croup and whooping cough. Give it to your children Takeityourself . Contains no opiates. The genuine is in a yellow package. FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS. ' Shirt Waist Sale is drawing to a close. Two more days to get your choice of this season's finest waists at nearly their original values. Better come and see what fine waists a little will buy at to-mor-m- 51 This Zero II Weather Means Warm Is , if to pronounce HYOMEI tho old reliable remedy, that has rid tens of thousands of people of that vile and disgusting disease. Once into the bronchial tubes, they HYOMEI is made of purest Ausare carried by the .natural inundatralian eucalyptus combined with tions of the lungs, into the windpipe thymol and other effective antiseptics and up to the throat where sonic arc and is guaranteed to be free from spit or coughed out. and the greater cocaine or any harmful drug. HE WONT LIMP NOW. number are swallowed though many HYOMEI is guaranteed to cud the bore their way into the larnyx caus- misery of catarrh, asthma, croup, Xo more limping for Tom Moore, ing sore throat a few days after catarrhal bronchitis, deafness, of Cochran, G:r "I Iiad a bad sore ground itch is noticed. coughs or cold.-- ! or money back. nothing seemed one my instep that Thence they travel through the Breathe it that's all, no dosing the to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica stomach unaffected by tho Gastric stomach. Complete outfit, including (he writes, "but this wonderSalve," juice and continue until they reach indestructible inhaler, .$1.00. Extra ful ihcaler soon cured me." 'IleaK tho lower intestines where tlioy fast- bottles of I1YOMET, if needed, 50 old, running sores, ulcers, boil, en on and within four to six weeks cents at 'Phillips Drug Store, and burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. maturity and are laying i i druggists everywhere. Try it. Only 25 cents at All Drug50 to 100 eggs per day. gists. The full grown Hookworm is only FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! to three-eigth- s of an inch TOM COWAN BACK. Will pay yon the Higuest Cash in length and slender as a hair sov Prices for your Furs. Tom Cowan, the popular baibcr, is is of little importance iudiviclanlly t- J. W. HISEL' back-a- t his stand in the iMcEldmvncy but in cases of average severity Bridge Junk Shop, Bujlding and is now ready to serve there are usually found from flftevn No. 23 North Maple st. Ms old' friends and customers where hundred to three thousand. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home. you will always get" prompt and fir- -t The reason that this disease sel' Phone 596. ' dom proves fatal in itself is the fact class service. that the eggs are not hatched within ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! the body, but are expelled together the' human When in need of any meal don't with the other refuse of .S. A. Stid, of Mnson, Mich., will forget that we have the old fash- system. never forget his terrible exposure ion water mill stones and do custom "Man, woman or child would natto a merciless storm. "It gave ire grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite urally avoid anything unclean on the a dreadful cold," he. writes, "that David Gay's warehouse, on corner ground but pigs, dogs, chiclwns, and caused severe pains inmy chest, so flies, carry such filth into many plac- it was hard for me lo breathe. A Winn avenue. es and the rains remove all' traces of neighbor gave me several doses of the filth but scatter the eggs and Dr. King's New Discovery which BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. young of this parasite and improve brought great relief' The doctor "1 blamed my heart for severe the conditions for hatching and said I was on the verge of pneumodistress in nry left side for two growth, leaving them to ' live for nia, but to continue with the Disyears, writes W. Evans, Damille, ! months awaiting a human prey. covery. 1 did so and two bottles Yiu, "but I know now it was indigesThis disease while seldom fatal in completely cured me." Use only tion, as Dr. .lung's New Life Pills itself and often in cases of mild or this quick; safe, reliable medicine completely cured me." Best for slight infection even goes unnoticed, for coughs, colds, or any throat or liver and kidiiey troubles, emaciates theiody, thins tlie Wood, lung rouble. Priee 50c and $1.00. .cowtipation, lieadache or debility. stunts the, growth of children, caus- - Trial bottle free. Guaranlc.ed by , ( (CsTxIanguor' and lifele5sness,,for winch J All Druggists.,., (cents at JAB Uraggists. . ' one-four- th ll-18-4- to pass through the cap:li.-- i begin to bore their way into the bronchial tubes causing what is often mistaken for bronchitis or even High-o-m- e that the proper way Clothing. s Mrs.E.W.HaggardTs Millinery Parlors Main Street, next Postoffice If you need underwear, try "Duofold", two garments in one at the price of one, $1.51 I ' per garment. " If socks, try "Everwear", six pairs for $1.51, guaranteed for' six months. We ex- change them at the store. THE "EQUITY" If shoes, try "Walk-Over- ", earth at $3.50, $4.00 the best shoe on and $4.50. , New Spring has all modern features that makes a Stove The "EQUITY" is equipped with our famous Patented Oven Door. "Fire Box has Extra Heavy Cast Linings and Sectional Fire Back. Every- If hats, try "Stetson" at $3.50. styles now on sale. ( If shirts, the "Eclipse", only $1.00 and $1.51. s first-clas- Cook If corduroy pants, of course pant with a guarantee. "Sweet-Orr- ", the If overalls, the "Duck Head" for $1.01, none better. ; For Good Merchandise ai Yours thing about this Range is nicely proportioned except the price, which is exceptionally low,. Low Prices. ALLAN COMPANY v & . MURPHY Opposite Covrf FRANKLIN HARDWARE Sigi of Little Man ) H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) t'2 'A I' THE WINCHESTER NEWS. and made an attractive setting for '. c s - - A GREAT MANY People are taking ad vantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles about the house. We have the Tsest things in the world for that purpose. All are guaranteed to do the work as represented. v , JEWELED Hie simple ceremony, which the Rev. 'Mr. MacNoill impressively prfoian- - CAWS CLEANSE BOWELS (OSSIFIED COLUMN .j OH. BOWEN i OPTICIAN 0 c IE TV I; IS J. K. Gnibbs read an able paper, and Prof. White, of Kentucky Wesleyan tained mi (Monday evening with a College, gave a reading from O'llenrv charming "dinni'r party'' at their j both of the.--e features bring highly beautiful bungalow, on Maple street. entertaining., i Potted plants were artistically During the social hour which fol a lcNJointiniT and the effect was lowed, Mi.s .Alary Peeples played a exlrcniely pretty and attractive. oeaulil'iil instrumental selection with Covers were laid for thirty, and Iler charactcri.-ti- c grace and skill, a delicious lnnclieuu was and Miss Lillian Jones tendered ;i Mr. enterI u-- ed foiir-eour.-e Pretty ''Dinner Party' and ihs. V. W. Bush The groom is a traveling representative of the liny Kobiiison nad Curry Company, of Louisville, and is popularvith everybody. ITis si.eial standing is deservedly high, and his genial personality has made him extremely-well regarded by all with ha.s business relations. whom he The lovely youug bride is the danghter of the late 'Mr. and Mrs.. E. II. Graves, of Scott county. Until recently she was a member of ths. efficient corns of teachers for the Winchester Miblio schools, where she was esteemed and loved iby fellow-teache- rs and all her pirpils. Mr. and .Mrs. Colter left for a honeymoon trip1 in the south, after which they, will be at home in this city. Mr. 'Edwin Colter, of Louisville, brother of the groom, Mrs. J. 11. Daniels and Mi.-- s Mulders, of were among the ue.--ts in attendance a''the wedding. out-of-to- 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 - mm 1 w I No Bi!tousncss,'Headache, 'ADVEimKliBjrrS !e a wtrtf f tr a ahafe Sick, Sour te a war far taraa CLASSIFIED Ton- Stomach ,lndigestin, Coated gue or Constipation Jit Indi- a wt iZt 21X 4 aar BMatk. gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Scattarai Uaartfaaa, It. aar Headaches eoine from a torpid liver and clogged' bowels which cause your NatMif IsMrttd far Ibm Furred Tongue, Bad Taste , 'tomaeli to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating. A Cascarct tonight will give youa thorough cleaning inside and straighten They work you out by morning. box from while you sleep a your druggist will keep you feeling good for mouths. Millions of men aid women now take a ' Cascarets aud.thru and keep their stomach, liv er and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment. Don't forget the children their little need a good, gentle cleansing. 30-cees lis a war A sariiaa. anl Mmm paf( Im far hM Una B TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT: Good hotel Lex-'nglo- n, served, following the games, at the charming vocal solo. A duet by Mi-- s (Maurice Miller. Mr. and 'Mrs. T. M. Hampton'. Mr. and Mr. W. T. Poyn-t'e- r, Mr. and .Mrs. D. L. Pendleton. Mrs. Ella W. Rounsavall. Bnekner. Margie Cornell. Anna Coleman VanMeier. Calloway Squires, Julia Graves"; Messrs. David Mailaek, Chester Reese. Lewis and Andrew Hampton. .Jeff Stewart, W. S. Duty, David McKinley and Stanley Nelson..Mis.-c-Sa- ra - six jJumll tables which had been ar- Christine Milam and Mrs. . Walker ranged in library, hall and dining Lancaster was inexpressibly sweet, room. and addeil greatly to (he charm of 'Die guests for the lovely informal the occasion. affair werer 31 r. aiul Mrs. John S. Delicious hot chocolate from Philliee.-Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Goff, Mr. lips Drug Store was served, with and iMrs. David Gay. .Mr. and Mrs. dainty wafersand e eandv. e. home-mad- A Pretty Dcuhle Wedding pretty double wedding Graves Tlie marriage of Miss Carrie Morgan Graves to Mr. Phirl Colter was solemnized at the home of the bride, in this city, on Wedne-da- y morning at 10 o'clock, Kid. J. II. MacXcill cflieiathi! y- " The bride wore a stylish blue tail- jjrtd Miit with American beanlv hat at . and carried a du-tof American Beauty n-- e. The ring was borne Delightful Social by Denton. weet little t i$ 7 - A delightful social was enjoyed by daughter of Judge and Mrs. J. M. Mr. Lewis is a Mr. George the young people of the Fir-- t "Meth- Denton, and Miss Sara Goodloe Lewis, Sr., and is a popular an 1 odist clim eh. in the Sunday school 'Benton held the bridal bouquet. worthy young man. lie is being I jMnms on Monday evening. The- - home va artistically decol congratulated by numberless friends' 3iierary program was rendered. Mj.- - lated in potted plant? and carnation-:- . en the loveliness of the young lady er Colter in Richmond on Tue.-da- y evening when Miss Mary Peters was united in marriage to dir. Dyhee Kissinger and Miss Roberta Peters to Mr. George .Lewis. Mr. Kissinger is the younger of Squire Ed. Kissinger. He has been employed with the firm of Company, and by his attractive manner and courteous treatment of customers has won a wide and deserved popularity. His bride is pretty and attractive, and is tenderly loved by a host of s. friends who extend best She pos-e.- e. a charm of manner and a petite style of beauty, which have won admiration wherever sho Skirts, Ala Sacrifice Price Remember Your Profit Is Our Loss. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SOIT CO. A. M. DOMB, or private boarding; with fourteen rooms, baths, houso gas and all modern convenience- -. Just off of Alain street, in center o city, very "best location, in Winchester. Price right. Hat, 1-- 2 square from Main all modern conveniences. street; Price 16 3 per month. Storeroom or office building on first floor, has two nice rooms with modern conveniences, about 12 " Hou. square from JDiin strcot. Price $10 per month. BLACKSMITHING. Office in McEldowney Building When you want good horschoeiug BOTH PHONES or. any kind of repair work, don't forget that we do all kinds of work FOR SALE 300 shocks of corn. blackthat is done in a first-claWill furnish feed lot. Buyer can smith shop. Reasonable prices; all feed as J. Scott Ben-ie- b. work guaranteed. Your patronage V T. 1M. Domigan. corner solicited. Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's FOR SALE cr RENTTwo-stor- y mc warehouse. nvsiderce on East Hickman street, now occupied by yirs. Pharis. ln first class condition. Apply to W. NOTICE. II. Garner, Adm'r. 2-ss de-ire- d. -1 lo cent Arrow Brand Collars foi Inc. during our big sale. Only P. IT. DAVIS, ac cessor to R. Frank, bankrupt. o cents, to a cr. t) upright FOR SALE A second-han- d piano; cheap for cash or on easy cash payments. Apply to Miss Pearl Rutledge. FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tk best on the market; yards on West Clark County ConBroadway. struction Company. 11-28- -tf Manager. " FUBSl FUBS!! FURS!!! Elks Building 61 Main Street . Both Phones 364. WINCHESTER, KY. Bradley & Co. ! Call And See Our Line Of and' On Earth OAT EQUAL i Wire Fence! We have the largest line of Wire Fence we have ever carried. Farm and Poultry BARB WIRE Purest, Cleanest, Most Nutritious Horse and Mule Feed ( A Combination Of Oats, Com, Alfalfa Hay, Brewers Grain and Pure Cane Molasses Call 3& And Let US Tell You I ; Get Our Prices. See The New One. SHOCKING SOUNDS Next Thursday is your opportunity to get some gcod old and In the earth are sometimes heard cjewing tobacco at the Planter- before a terrible earthquake, that House on Winn avenue. Everybody warn of the coming peril. NatureV can bid on this old tobacco. Sale warnings arc kind. That dull pain begins at 9 o'clock. or ache in the back, warns yon the Kidneys need attention if you would THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION escape those dangerou-- s maladies. Dropsy. Diabetes or Bright's disMrs. Will Hall, of Hill street, who has been dangerously ill of neuralgia Mi'ch Sickness Due To Bowel Dis- ease. Take Electric Bitters at once Jam! sec backache fly and all your orders. of the heart, is somewhat improved. rebest feelings return. "My iMr. Chas. Jones of Lexiulgon, passI A iloclor's lii ed through here Wednesday cu route (notion when con- - ceived groat 'benlit fi'ilm their c for kidney and bladder trouble' writes -- ullt-.l by a patient is, "Arc your lo his old home in London. Jfockwood. bowels regular?" He knows that 08 Peter Eondy, South iMrs. Vertner Mitchell is cent, or illne.-- s is lit tended with Mich., "It is certainly a great kidper Mrs. H. B., Hanger, of Kichmond. -Try it. 50 cents ney liver, and JMi-- s Ecklcy is out, alter inactive bowels and Icbcci (hat this condition must be removed at All Druggists. a week's illness. Hon. John K. (Jarner. who has been gently and thoroughly before health can be restored. quite ill, is' now improving nicely. li'exall Orderlies are a positive, Miss Marie1 Hampton will leave to spend the remainder of the pleasant, and safe remedy for soon and bowel disorders- - in genwinter in Florida. Mws Sue Bnekner, M'rs. Lula J5ur-na- eral. We are so certain of their great curative value that we promise SATURDAY EVE, FEBRUARY 10 and Miss Mary Belle Field Mil-, ler are in Cincinnati for a few day- to return the purchaser's money in every case when they fail to produce to nttend Grand Opera. THOS. H. SEWELL PRESENTS I Paintr-ville- . entire satisfaction. Mr. Martin Baniev. of THE JOI ANTIC COMEDY DRAMA ' j returned Tuesday night after sever Kcxall Orderlies arc eaten like al days' visit with friends in this candy, they act quietly, and aid in city. producing a soothing, strengthening, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 0. Tabbs en- - healing influence on the entire intesi tertained with a luneheon at the tinal tract. They do iSot purge, A story as sweet as "Lena Phoenix Hotel in Lexington, on gripe, cause nausea, flatulence, ex'(and a Inmtinee party for cessive looseness, diarrhoea, or other Rivers" by Thos. Hopkins. 'Orontgomery and Stone'' at the annoying effect. They arc especially A play that grips both the Ojicra House. good for children, weak persons, or heart and the mind. Full t Mrs. James Madison Jackson was old folks. Three sizes, 10e., 2.jc. of fun. A play pulsating j called to her Iymie in Parker.-J-urg- . 'and oOe Sold' onlv at our store every moment with emotion, W. Va.. by the death of Mr. Jack- The .Bexall Store. Phillips Drug tense, truthful, powerfully son's uncle. Store, 5G South Main street. bright, witty, Mrs. Gudgell, of Owingnville, is fhe guet o Mrs. George Graves. mirthful Comedy. 'FINE TOBACCO. -lt n-" toi-pi- he has won for his wife. She pos sesses a sweet disposition and is one of the most popular young ladies in the county. The brides are sisters, and daughters of Mrs. Sallie Miller, of this county. !Mr. and iMrs. Kissinger will live at the residence of the groom, while Mr. and iMrs. Lewis will make their home near 'Mt. Zion, in the county. FINEST TOBACCO IN Will pay you the. Highest Prices for your Furs.. J. W. fflSETJ Bridge Junk Shoj """ No. 23 North Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, Hoiu f. THE Phone 596. COUNTY. ' FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A NlHM and 10 acres in grass. J. H Croston, Home phone 813A. tf' ll-lS-4- m FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and coctrels. Home phone 813-A. -tf When in want of flowers, insist upon having homo grown flowers, thereby keeping your money in yoar home circles. POOLE & EURLLANTv. FLORIST; Winchester, Ky. -lf FOR SALE 500 shocks of good to the shock. J. corn. . II. Croxtoii Home .phone 813-- . -tf i " I J. M. STEVENSON 60 S. Main St. E. E. LOOM IS Winchester, Ky. OPERA HOUS E Auctioneer McEldowney Winchester, PENDLETON-, ni wMiftf, Ky. BUSH w I lUSH-Ky. Attorneys-at-La- "An Everyday Girl" 5th Floor McEldowney BoUdkf Winchester, I I Wed-ne.41- Home nua 1H. I ; DR. M. L. MYCUSy DENTIST. rifth iuktMcMimiif MMkk4 1 WINCIM EST Mi KY. ft. dramatic, KILLTHCCpUOW SEWER PIPE We will'make you a special price rr m Parrish, Bradley & "8 Co on sewer pipes for the next few days in order to close' ijutvhat ivc have on hands. POWELI 071t ft TJGHES, JMafii, street: : ' There is at the Planters' Lco-- e This is the' same; company that L'eafe House on Winn avenue, a few played Lena Rivers here last season small baskets of very fine smoking 'and chewing tobacco, two years old. v 35c and 50c. Which will be on market next Thurs-dc- PRICES GALLERY 25c Lovers of the weed are eordi-alt- y invited to eome;and see. it. Sale 'begins at 9 o'clock, .jj'n ',2-7-l- t feats m saw at jMrMk's Dreg Stare y; - 4 '' Jf' t. - , C. ' Y. r - . Lfiieftrt ' . J ' : ' " - . ,. ' THE WIMCHE1TEK NEWS ' , . ... r i " f 2 SSI SISi st Em ERUPT tPUjUvlvr at in the next 30 Days stocT oTTtIans up-to-d- ate goods consisting of Men's and Boys' Clothing, worth of Odd Pants, Shoes, Hats, Shirts and Underwear, to be slaughtered One-tia- lf the Regular Pricc0 Sale Starts Wednesday, February 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. No Old Stock Will be Offered in This Sale Everything must be sold in thirty days regardless of price. Suits, bankrupt Suits, bankrupt $10.00 Suits, bankrupt $12.00 Suits, bankrupt $13.50 Suits, bankrupt $15.00 Suits, bankrupt $ 6.00 $ 8.00 BELOW ARE A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS: Men's tSuits sale. sale sale. sale. sale. sale $3.00 $3.50 $5.00 $6.00 5.00 6.00 All sizes from 30 to 50 waist. Pants, bankrupt sale Pants, bankrupt sale e. $3.00 $3.50 All-wo- ol $650 $7.50 I 50 dozen Men's new and up-to-da- te, Pants, the best and finest that can be made, at the price of overalls. Men's Odd Pants 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 1 .50 $ .65 $ .75 $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 $2.25 Boy's Knickerbocker Suits at Halt-pricGoods With One Extra Pair Pants. $2.00 Knee Suits, now 2.50 Knee Suits, now : 3.00 Knee Suits, now Suits, now L 4.00 Knee Suits, now 4.50 Knee Suits, now ! .00 Knee Suits, now j. $5.50 Knee Suits, now $6.00 Knee Suits, now , 3.50-Kne- a $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.25 $2.75 $2.98 $3.25 $3.50 3,000 Pair of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Every pair will be marked Shoes at half-pricin plain figures in red ink. e. Shoe Stock Remember the sale will be conducted in the same store room formerly occupied by R. Frank, on North Main Street in the Jones' Building, Winchester, Ky. Doors will be opened to the public WednesEverything marked in plain figures intred ink. One price to all. day morning, February 7th, at 8:00 o'clock. H. Friedman, Manager. p. a DAVIS 't via fcs.