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WEATHER Slight C:r Friday II CENTS A WEEK VOLUME 7; No. 94. 2 CENTS A COPY; tion was said to be due to. his concurrence in a "Jim Crow" law decision in an 'Oklahoma railroad case. Both the President and Attorney General Wickesham are understood to hold the opinion that Judge Hoofc "went too far' in this case. 's LARGE CROWD ATTENDS SALE liMing is Spirited and Fair Prices Are Realized As Reported by Auc tioneer Watts. Auctioneer Watts reports the sale of John . Ramsey, administrator of the late Dr. II. C Hart, on February 7 as attended by a large crowd. Bidding was spirited. Among the prices received are the following: Three aged work mules, $103, .$113 and $118. Aged bnggy horse. .$40.. Coin in crib, $3.88 per ibarrcl. Lot fodder, 30 cents io 39 cents per shock. Lot of baled buy. $1.20 to $1.30 per shock. Other things sold well. J. they went out as evangelists for the conversion of other tribes. "Every nine members support the tenth as an evangelist." QIr. Aller. BANKRUPTCY gave a stiong address on "'MissionARRESTED ON CHARGE ary Methods in the Bible Schools." At 6:13 the church gave a delight OF GRAND LARCENY. ful banquet to the men of the church. Frank Amati Gives His Liabilities as The ministers of the city were invitShirley Thomas, colored, was ar- - j 2,450 With Listed Assets of $2,350 ed as guests. After the banquet a rested Tuesday night by Chief of really great address, one of the Police on a charge of grand larceny. .Mr. Sil Dinelli issued an attach strongest ever given in this city, was He stole a twenty dollar hill from ' . delivered by Mr. Allen. John Love, also colored. Both par- - ment on Frank Amati for At 7:30 mit nt 67- - I,er nlollth alleScd '"'the closing service was held. Stere- ties live on Howards Lower Creek. .!. 4 .1.... uu" opticon views of the mission staThomas confessed and was held to "c Amati Kately filed a volun- - tions, and moving pictures await action of grand jurv, by Judge i... of actual ; . i til Piy ii g scenes of the mission field were Pendleton in the sum of $300, which li."-- v l'eui,"n J- Stevenson. thrown on the canvas and commented . ms he failed to give. given at $2,430, $800 on by the , with liabilities missionaries. of which is a mortgage held by his The audiences during the day wife, Encrita Amati; and listed as- were not as large j B. MARTIN as they should sets at $2,330. have been. Those who remained away missed a great treat. The people of Winchester who are interestSELLS FARM CONTRACT FOR ed in great would have been delighted with the addresses of Wednesday. Mr. I. D. Gravitt Is The Purchaser Protestant church in the world. Rev. J. W. Hani, assistant pastor, Fl may be addressed for further S AN APPEAL EVIDENCE PEONAGE Will Probably FORJjE "A Director" of POOR Associated CASE the Be Closed on Thurs- Chariftes Tells of Pitiful Cases of CINCINNATI'S BIG Destitution Aid. To sit by our cozy fires and enjoy the conveniences of our confortable homes, during this extreme weath, one must be very short of gratitude not to wonder how the needy of our town are faring. I wish the thoughtless ones might have been"present at the Tuesday afternoon meeting and heard of some of the wretched conditions, right at your door. I am sure it would quicken the heart and loosen the purse And day. SHOW Big Court Room is Paeketf I ' Makes Plea For AUTOMOBILE With Spectators. London, Ky.. Feb. 7. By Thurs- "" world-moveme- nt strings. Miss Peddicord reported a case of dire destitution that she visited only morning. Tuesday When th thermometer registered zero, she found a miserable home in "Hungry Hollow" where were four little motherless children, barefooted, for clothing only little calico dresses; these four little beings huddled about a scanty fire; the father unabk tn find work for the pa- -t two wcjk1. We have but to bring these pictures home to our own fire side, wc may where in our imagination better understand "Am I my Brother's Keeper?"' The Associated Charities Is one of the greatest institutions of Winchester. Whet! you give through them you know, onyl the worthy receive the b.nufits. The wcaiher . r.e'.ci to krop cold or the snow too our v;it'ihig Secretary, Mis.; iVMi-i-ir- 'i horn making a thorough investigation of the conditions before giv-i:i- DECORATING of 121 Acres For $6,000 Cash. N Interior of Pastime Theatre is Let Mr. J. B. Martin sold to Mr. I. D. to Winchester Paint And Wall Gravitt a farm near Hunt containPaper Company. HERE ing 121 acres for $0,000 cash. Pos session at once. A contract was let Wednesday to This is the third farm Mr. Martin the Winchester Paint and Wall Paper Iras sold in that neighborhood within "An Everyday Girl" is Said to Be Company for decorating the intciiir the last sixtv da vs. of the Pastime Theatre. One of The Best Productions o" The decorations will co-- t between The Road. four Imil five bundled dollars, and uhcn e",lli'k,tc'1' t,lis lhc:lUt; wil1 ,j- UflklO UIPU UHMIID A good play, "An Everyday GiiT' its kind nlno nlun nutiUK wu f iho is scheduled for the Winchester in the state. Opera House, on Saturday, February Xo expcue 1,a" becu 'M"1 hy 1,,c aiss Anne Montague Turner Gradu- -' management 10. to make this theatre a ates From New York High School ,Illce o bcau(y :uu, vomiort. While the play is new to you. "An Everyday Girl," has been accepted All .seats will be placed mi an in- With First Honor. ; as a worthy successor to Lena Rivcline flooi and the booth, wheic tH Miss Annie Montague Turner, film ilrc r,in, will be entirely ers, as has gained great popularity in mother was tMiss Ruth Gor- - proof. all the large cities where it has presented it. This season Mr. Sew-c- ll don. of Winchester) graduated from will adorn Cut glass chandeliers is presenting the piece with an ne of the Xew York City High the ceiling, also cut glass globes will exceptionally strong cast and pro- Schools last week with first honor be placed along the side walls. duction complete, embodying all the and was made valedictorian of her An electric sign has been bought I characters, incidents and scenes. cias. ' from the Federal i iga Company, of Reports from other localities prove As the school has over G,000 pupils Louisville, for the Jronl of the Xhr-a-t it to be the most talked of produc- the honor given the talented little re. tion on the road. Kentucky gill is all the greater and The curtain sccierv will be t''i gives great pleasure to her Winches- ork of A. Lynn Perry, sign artist. ter relatives and friends. of Winchester. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL i A novelty will hi introduced by the 'Pastime in having the ushers in BIBLE CONFERENCE GOOD PLAY TO Possession at Once. TOBACCO ' SALES BEJEEN tiie-(who- sc About 80,000 pounds of tobacco was on the market at the Planters' Loo.--e Lsaf Wai chouse Thursday morning and sold at an average of $9.87. Several crops sold at $14.80 to $l(i.3(), one crop averaging $13.8(1. Six baskets of old tobacco brought 22 to 27 cents, the average being 23 2 cents. A gioat many new baskets sold for 20 to 2(5 cents. Onnc and McDonald, of Ciarl: county, sold a thin crop without much color for $17.(i0.. Joel Hart's crop averaged $14.18. Low grades, dark and frozen sold higher than at any past sale. B. A. Tracy sold several basket--o- f giccn and frozen at $4 to $4.30. 1-- 'hp g; H. A. Gcu'oec . iicuse. : slfiai.ee. .Moss The tobacco sales were open:'C about 1 p. m. at Mr. R. A. Scobcs's house with about 73,000 pounds on i the lloor, of medium grade. There was a large crowd present and bidding was active and market Th.' M.'ss;s. of "The Lire." and 'Philli.:, ha" s uni-"ir- P .indiy offered to donate to the Cinnt!t-half of taes.; proceeds afternoon and cver.ii-..?- , Febn ary i). Good moving pictures miich stronger. are tnnied. Come and the AssoFarmers were welt pleased with ciated Charities will mppreciate your prices. Up to 2:15 the prices ranged prcst ice, your 10 cents, and you will from $3 to $22. be hi Iping a very worthy cause. The next sales will be held Mond.'i A DIRECTOR. -.- the noon adjournment Wed nesday. District Attorney Edwin P. Morrow announced that the Government had closed its evidence in chief. This was a surprise as there were a large number of Government witnesses present who had not been introduced. Several of those, however, may be introduced later in rebuttal. After a long conference of the attorneys for the defendants a motion was entered for peremptory upon the showing of the Government. This motion Judge Cochran overruled as to four of the deThe week just past has recorded fendants, but sustained as fo Dr. Pitconsummation of a plan that will ney Phillips. Charles Gardner and he particularly welcome to the great Fd. SmiMi. who were discharged by throng of outside visitors who arc the promising their attendance. The other three defendants were This aims at nothing less than a introduced and all denied hat tlie comprehensive and. accurate display negroes were whipped or held beof maps, drawings and other visible cause of alleged debts due the condevices, calculated to place on view tractor, but assigned various reasthe great work being accomplished ons for whipping and returning them. in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia Their theory was that those who and Indiana in the way of sccurini, were brought back on leaving wetre better roads and public highways fo: retrned to answer some misdemeanor benefit of the suburban communities. charges and that those who were Invitation was sent by the Autowhipped received their punishment mobile Dealers' Association to the for violations of the contractors' governors of the Cincinnati Automorules and misconduct of one kind or bile Club, asking them to occupy n mother. special booth at the show, in any Judge Cochran has permitted no mauner tfliey saw fit. The club reIelays or quibbling, but has pushed sponded enthusiastically by accept-;uthe trial as rapidly as possible. then set out to cary into effect the scheme above outlined. -- throws open its doors the initial night being set for Monday, February 19. A whole army of decorators has been crowded into Music Hall, which bids fair to blossom as the rose when the work of embellishment is complete. The numerous beautiful specimens of motor cars intended for display are arriving in Cincinnati, and very shortly will be placed in bepostioa, the committee-in-charg- e ing determined hat the exhibit shall be as nearly perfect as possible on the opening date. day at time for adjournment all tin Will Begin in Two More Weeks, The evidence in the trial of the men Initial Night Being Set For Febru- charged with peonage in the Unit ad States District Court will probably ary 19. be before the jury. Ever since the trial began the big court room has Only two brief more .veeks and been packed with spectators. Just Cincinnati's Automobile S'.iow before BHU&JBUUil' g, j WHI Convene at the Baptist Taber- TLis theatre will be thrown open the public about Xarch 18. MISSIONARY ' OBTAINING UNDER MONEY FALSE PRETENSES nacle, Atlanta, Ga., on March Splendid Program. The Fourteenth Annual Tabernacle Bible Conference will convene at the .Baptist Tabernncle. Atlanta, Gji.. March 1, ami continue to March 10. The Conference promises to be the larget in attendance in its history. Christian workers 'and Bible students from all parts of the countiy will 'be in attendance. ThM (Conference is interdenominational in character, over two thousand pieaehers alone .attending last year. A greater attendance is expected this" year in view of the fact that the Conference will be held in the new church recently dedicated, costing over $200,000. the seating capacity of which is five thousand. The speakers of the Conference will lie Dr. Chas. In.vood, of London, the specially appo'.itcd representative of Keswick; Dr. Camden M. Cobern. of Alleglianey College, Meadville, Pa.; Dr. J. II. Jtwctt. pa -- tor Fifth Avenue Presbyterian church, Xew YoiT; City Dr. Howard A. Johnson, of Stamford, Conm; Dr. W. W. Bustard, of Euclid avenue, Cleveland. Ohio: Dr. L'en G. Broughton, Atlanta: Mrs. 'Lama reau's,".pf .Chicago . The music of the Conference will Prof, surpass any former effort. C. Boatman; Prof. and Mrs. A. Chester E. Harris, of Ohio; Prof. and 3Irs. Carl Fisher, of Grand Rap ids, will act as soloists and directors of the music, while the choir of a hundred voices will be supported by pipe organ, T1he handsome $20,000 said to be the third largest .in auy IS RALLY SUCCESSOR TO J Tl E HARLAN Almost Two Hundred Persons Served on FULL OF INSPIRATION j First Two Days of Opening. Is Charge Against R. T. Williams, of Fnrd, Who is Arrested on Com- Generous Contributions. Able Addresses by Missionaries And plaint of Ab Durham. Prerident Taft is Expected to Send Karnes of Charles Nagel to Senate In a Few Days. Washington. Feb. 8. The existing Court vac.incy on the Supreme bench probably will be filled by the appointment of Secretary of Com-meiand Labor 'Charles Xagel, of St. Louis. President Titft is expected to senc the nomination of Mr. Xagel to the Senate within a few days. United States Judge William C. Hook, of Kansas, who until Tuesday night was most prominently mentioned for the vacancy, is said to have bsen eliminated from further consideration at an hour's session of the cabinet Wednesday. All of the lawyers in the cabinet, except iMr. Xagel, were present and afterward it was learned that the President had made clear his intention of appointing his iSccrctary cf Commerce and Labor. This report was so generally credited Wednesday night that rumor was busy with a possible successor to Mx. Xagel in the cabinet. Louis Marshall of Xew York, and Oscar Rosenwald, of Chicago, were mentioned among these who would be corisidered by i 1 Others, Banquet And Stereoptican Mote than seventy persons weie served at the "soup house" which Views Make Up Fine Program. was opened Wednesday for the The Foreign iMijsiouary Rally at worthy poor, and on Thursday one 'hundred and 'ten were served up the First Christian church Wednesuntil one o'clock. day was full or in piration and helpi All Hinsp irliii ilpirp In lip .prvpil fulness to all who attended. make application to the Associated j Rev. E. M. Allen, one of the secreCharities, and if found worthy arc taries of "The Foreigu Christian given a ticket signed by the Secre- - 'Missionary Society" v.: lie 'r'.drr. taiy. In this way, all the deserving lie was assisted by Rev. 'Mr. Shaw, needy of the city are given a plenti- - a missionary from China, and Rev. ' fill serving of good, i ich vegetable Mr. HeJges, a. missionary from the soup, and a portion of light 'bread Congo Africa. while fakirs or fraudulent beggars The rally began at 10:30 with a delightful devotional address by .Mr. no application. make The venture is proving to be a big Allen, followed by a strong address is by 'Mr. Shaw, on conditions leading and liiuch interest success, of. meat. up to the present revolution in China, aroused. All contributions vegetables or money are greatly ap- an d. the part taken by the missionpreciated. aries which led to these conditions. 'Contributions towards Wednes- This was really a great address and should hnvc been heard by all the day's supply were as follows: X. P. YaiiMeter, 1 quarter of beef. people. .Mr. Hedges told the wonA .friend, 1 quarter of beef. derful story of Africa's redemption .judge Evans, 1 quarter of beef. "The largest Sunday School in the P. Y. Drake. $1. rf WLrld.is at Boleuge, Africa. Less J. AY. Poynter, $1.30. than twenty years ago most of the small contributions, .present teachers were naked savNumerous from friends $2.10. ages, some of them cannibals." E. J. Barnes, fifteen pounds of The afternoon session began at 2 rice. o'clock. Mr. Shaw continued his Freeman Orme and other friends, story of missionary achievement in do loaves ot bread. China, and iMr. Hedges, the thrilling Associated Charities, all the recital of the sufferings and sacrifices the native Christians endured, as R. T. Williams, of Ford, wanted on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, was arrested in Powell county Wednesday. Afi Dunham, at a storekeeper, Ford, claims that he entrusted Williams with a check to be cashed at this city and that he appropriated the money to his own use. The Automobile Club is the third largest similar organization in the United States, consisting of nearh 1,500 members, and has made itself of considerable force and power ii; motor circles of the state and nation It has been responsible for the placing of road signs in Hamilton county to the value of $3,000; and concerned over the the matter of good roads for the whole middle west, believing that the farmer element, as well as that of the fitj will profit incalculably thereby. The club intends arranging a cozy booth at the Cincinnati Auto Show, where it will present examples of its work in sign placing together wit'i piofile drawings of roads, as they are being planned for this territory. It will have a special representative present always to welcome the visitor coming to the Queen City from sections outside. TOO LATE TO CUSSfY THE LYRIC. (Biograph.) Capt. Brands Wife. (Selig.) A Gaytime in Xew York City. (Lubin.) Associated Charities benefit tomorrow. Don't forget school children mat-mLove in the Hills. ee .Matinee WANTED Saturday for cents. 230 and 3:30. To borrow $2,800; farm Apply to Bobbins at 3t as security. this oflicc. FOR RENT A neat new, modern suburban home and 7 acres of Apply laud. Fine truck farm. to Robbins at this otllce. 3t WANTED ncV. L. S. FULLcR CiJ A CHARLESTON TRAIN. FORMER CLARK COUNTY One or two good live agents for city and vicinity for a high grade line of hosiery underApply to wear and sweaters. Brown-Proctoria ('(.huubiis, O., Feb. 8 Rev. Lewis Fuller, the Methodist Episcopal miu-i- n ch'arge of the Bidwcll Circuit, who disappeared from his home in Bidwcll last Friday, is reported to have been seen on the streots of Gallipolis and to leave that city aboard a Ku nawha & Michigan tiuiu for Charleston Weducsday. Search for him is Rev. (Mr. being made in that city. iFurler formerly was pastor of a Columbus church. There were no developments in the Hotel, Room 37. and 12, a. in. between 8:30 MAN Cem- -1 1 Is Laid to Rest in Winchester NOTICE Patterson and FinnellV Specials in their ad, on page twe, top of column. EXCHANGED etery, Body Having Arrived Here on Noon Train. Silver scarf night of Right owned please notify dance. Catherine Robb. 3t Fuller case in Lexington Thursday, Mrs. Fuller having heard nothing further from her husband. Flowers In Ceremonies. When tne swarthy Spaniards captured Mexico, they found !a the teka which almost surrounded th capital ERROR CORRECTED city many floating-- gardca. tk fragrant temples. In Greoca and Thursday afternoon. flowers were made tato hues trlaalpa In the list of the directors recent- President Taft. al arches, and a special faaat of Judge Hook's name was scratched 31r. Webb formerly lived in this ly elected, for the Associated Chariera. known aa the Flora, waa ry Phillips from the President's list Wednesday, county; and had many friends and llshed la their honor. ties, the name of 'almost at the eleventh hour' This ac relatives here. vas unintentionally omitted. iMrs-Hon- The bodv of Mr. Ade Webb, who died in Columbia, Mo., cf tubercu- losis, arrived here on the noon train .Thursday, accompanied by his two sons, Jeff, whose home is in Columbia, and Abb, who lives in this county, and was called there by the news of his father's death. The remains were interred in the Winchester cemetery at 3 o'clock Faculties. Remember at anything, that MH befall thee to turn to thyslf aa4 sttfc what faculty taou bast far BWktag lit ot 1L Eplctetus. 4 TV-- - 1 . -- J .... s A. . V' s Fate lire 4" Llv -- THE WINCHESTER HEWS.1! jCi K ., s - It cral of them pievailed by only one vote. " 'THE "STORE Of'pLEASANT AND PROFITABLE SHOPPING Hard Time Prices in Shoes Lei us convince you that we save you money on Footwear. Shoes in all- leathers at Factory price. We invite you to come see us, we will clo toe resT.' Ladies' .if' Brown zv.d Nu.-Buc- k, Blck Velvet, White Whit,e. Canva,. .,pun The Educator Shoes for children. Metal Patent Leathers,.! Fool Form 50c to $1.00 Off 11 i $3.50 7r and S4.00 No. NORTH MAIN STREET - THE WINCHESTER Office. 109-111 NEWS South Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky. Daily, Except Sunday. "Entered as second-clas- s matter, November 28, 1908, at the postoffiec in Winchester, Kentucky, under the Let of March 3, 1879." . Both Phones 91. RATES: SUBSCRIPTION By Mail. Daily, one year Sir Months One Month ...... $3.0li 1.50 2." Payable in Advance. '.Cr .- -a -N'.V iOK IN AL' CTFICCSa rA.MCHuS .: AND CHICAGO XHF FRINCiPAL. CITIES WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY. On the dividing ridc between Licking and Kentucky rivers, is tl.e beautiful city of Winchester. It n Clark, one of the foremost counties of the state Con:, wheat, hay, hemp and tobacco ase produced in jrreat abundance. The eastern section of the county, that is, the extreme eastern end i. in the foot hills of the great Appalachain mountain system. This part of the county could be very highly developed as a fruit growing region. The city is entirely surrounded by beautiful bluejrrass pastures, on which are grazed herds of cattle and sheep, many Iior.-e-s and mules. Also many hog arc raised. The ground on which the city is built is just rolling enough to be attractive and show off the building to great ngri-cultur- advantage. Wonderful advancements have been made in the last few years. The population of last census showed 7,loG and there is easily sufficient outlying territory that should be to swell the grand total of 10,000. No city surpasses Winchester in commercial and transportation facilities. There are two grand trunk lines. The Chesapeake and Ohio connects westward with the main .lines of the state and extending eastward to Xew York City. The J.ouis-vill- e and Nashville railroad system has purchased and extended the Lexington and Eastern to burg, in Letcher county. It is now an evident fact that the road from Paris ivill be double tracked and a new line ,built eastward through Irvine. Winchester will certainly be the western terminal and this .mean will shops be the built here furnishing employment to many laborers. The L. and N. will then be prepared to carry both passenger and freight traffic in all de- rcctions from this city as it will, be the w crosshpbint. i will Jf - ."Winchester tucrffbfctigauiA note with approved security, payable Governor MeCieaiy Wednesday to them, and due on December 15th, named as members of the State 15)12. bearing interest at the rate of jj0ard of Equalization J. T. l'enick. (i per cent, per annum from maturity of Todd county; iM. J. Meagher, of until paid. Frankfort; John F. Howe- -, of anyone designatThe Trustees, or Paintsville, and T. P. Craig, of NOTICE. right in the Louisville. ed by them, have the Three of former Governor's Wicent Arrow Urand Collars for Fall of 1912 to enter upon the leased 13 ou will miss a treat if you fan during our big sale. Only 'i premises to sow any Held in sitnall lson's appointees hold over and com.i cents, repairs plete the board. The Deiinocratic to hear Phidelia Rice at the College to a customer. P. II. DAVIS, suc- grain, and are to make any they may deem necessary. majority of the board will meet Fri- Tuesday evening. cessor to R. Frank, bankrupt. The Tuistees do not agree to build day and organize, electing a chaii-ma- n 0 The Peaceful Way. and Ihree secretaries. anv new fencing or do any repairing You cannot go very far wrong If of any kind, and said Trustee., arc you travel the way of peace. None Liitle Dnc in the House QUICKLY STOPS FAILING can quarrel "wftfi youT If you will not not to be held responsible for any Little was done in the House. quarrel d sustained by los When the session began, there was itching Scalp Vanishes Oversight by injuries to crops by stock or any a lium of excitement, due to the inAnd Dandruff Abolished. other c.ui-- e. terest in tho prison reform bill, All corn shall be cut and shocked which was u special order for It Theie i one hair tonic that you by Ockber 13th, 15)12, and the ten- o'clock. At that hour, Repjcsenta-tiv- e can put your faith in and that is ant sball keep stock out of the. stubHamilton, of Frankfort, called PARISIAN SAGK. ble fields, mid cut all weeds on leased the attention of the House to the It stops Tailing hair, or money piemi.-e.--. fact that the Senate had on Tuesday back. The said Trustees aie directed to 'pased'a similar bill. A motion was Stops itching scalp, or money back reduce to writing the.. contract of adopted, making the bills a special And Phillip-- ; Drug Store the renting with tenant, anil" incorporate order of the House for Tuesday next druggists you know so well are the all tin term tnd conditions herein at 1SI0 o'clock. Py that time the ones who sell it. set J Senate bill will be before the House. PARISIAN SAGE is a splendid Given under our hand., a. TrusA number of petitioiiswere prehair dicssimr: it is so daintilv per tees, this 7th day of February, 15)12. sented to the. House asking the pasfumed and refreshing that it makes W. R. SPIIAR and sage of a law permitting: farmers' the sculp feel tine the minute you apLEE EVANS, o the common organizations to ply it. It is used daily by thousand-o- f Trustees. school houses for meetings- - Such a clever women who realize that bill is now pending. PARISIAN. SACK keeps their hair Mr. Holland, of Shelby, suggested Hear "David Garrick" by Phidelia lustrous and fascinating. If you and the House leferrcd to the .Altoi-n-ey have hair trouble,, get PARISIAN Rice, the famous impersonator, t General for an opinion, the quesSAGE today at Phillip, Drug Stow the College Tuesday evening at 8 tion of the constitutionality of the lt Large o'clock. , and druggists everywhere. proposed tax .to build public roads. bottle 30 cents. The point applies to liou.--e bills LEXINGTON TO LOSE 4, 171 and 179. NOTICE OF LAND RENTING. Teachers' Election Unchanged After two hours of discussion the Notice is hereby given that the unHouse decided to leave the election dersigned. W. 11. Spliar and Lee Evans, a. Trustees' of the estate o A. House Passes Bill Transferring It of teachers with the Division Hoards II. Anderson, deceased, will on SatTo Frankfort. Newcomb Banking of Education, instead of placing their selection in the County Hoard, 17th, 1912, at 2 urday. February Bill Passed By Senate. as was urged and adopted the bill. at the Courthouse o'clock p. m., rent Frankfort, Ky., Feb. S. Lexing- - It received 77 votes with 2 against i j hign- - j door in lnchcster, Ky., to tlie Mr. Wilson made w speech against est bidder for a term of eleven ' ton will lose .the Geological Survey if the bill which passed the House the bill in explanation of his vote. HeGRIFFONiTS) vKCLOTHES months. beginning March 1st. 1912, and ending February 1st. 15)13, a Wcducsdav becomes a lav: though declared it lias been the history of (rCUAANTfa the.Centncky. Legislature that it certain farm belonging to the estate .tin; State University will retain po of A. If. Anderson, deceased, as I session of the specimens in the mil changes its school laws every before the people have a chance scum at I lie Liuversity, one or :i:e hereinafter described. r collections in to become ncxiuainted with the old A certain tract of land situated most valuable mineral near Kiddville in Clark county, Ken- the United States. Onlv 12 voles were law. Mr. Wilson and Mr. Keller cast tucky, known as the Donahoe tract,, cast against the bill, which was one the two votes against the bill. adAt 2:30 "o'clock "the IIou-- c of those advocated by Governor containing 170 acres of laud, on to the Genera) journed. in,his message side of the Indian Fields and , , i; t, Thc'-ScUatThe House Wednesday passed the Newcomb Kiddville pike. It is understood that Assembly. is also contains a part of what is also passed the bill of Representative Bill creating a Departiijent of Bankknown as the T. J. Halley land, the j Berry, of Owensboro, prohibiting ing. It provides for a Bank It at an annual salary of same "aggregating about 170 acres, J minors from .entering saloons.. votes and none was cast and being the same tract occupied in got a "Deputy Commissioner at an the year 15)11 by Milton Pace. It against it. annual salary of .f2,400, three Exam- - j The Bosworth bill, No. 8G, in the iuers. atannual salaries of ,,$2.00.0 frame dwelling has on it a two-stoclerk with outbuildings and stock bani. Senate, providing a vole on a con- each and $2,400 annually About 70 acres of this land Was in stitutional amiendmcni. allowing con- - hire. Vs V -Ji. cultivation during the year 1911.iVicts to w.ork on. Aiubh'c roads, was The Commissioner is to be iit This same land is to be cultivated .favorably reported by the committee by the Governor and will again, the renter baying the privileg;--. Jam! advanced to the.caleijdar. JtHc subordinate officers who niustbVelej:tej4 the two dor- of putting it all in com, or C0 acres SchcsJ BiH.PaSS. in com and 10 acres in tobacco, as . Qne ef jfr. Pogue!s school chills, siiiiiaht parties in the State. , ' . . tv i .1 T i ne Miav- eiseujt oemg unnersiouo. J03 was next discussed. , it re-- - There was a bitter fisrht on some - toacco attCes however, that tnerc is no the number of children requir-' of. the: provisions of tae bill and se 4t by rail with all the timber and coal regions of eastern Kentucky. Ail of this with a new government building will rank Winehe-te- r with the most properous cities of the country. The loose leaf tobacco market launched here this time bids fair to be of great profit and convenience to both city and county. Therefoie the prophecy, a more thoroughly equipped city and the adoption of the "Winchester Idea Hustle." C. C. PERRY. barn upon this tract of land. The rented will have to furnish sa. i The above tract shall be rented by the parcel, and not by the acic, it being understood that the .statement of acreage is merely an estimate. The successful bidder shall execute to the undersigned Trustees ed for a school district fiom forty to twenty-fiv- e aiiij amends the Sullivan law. of 1908 curing small defects. The House went into committee (.f the whole, and State Superintendent Hamlettc explained the purposes of It was the framers of the bill. passed. Senator lieitram contendcil ia: t the provision of the bill le.iuiiiug I that the deputy bank commissioner and cm equal number of bank examiner be of different pclitcal party frcai the bank coinmissioner was unreasonable, and should not be permitted. The chief objection to the' bill louud by Senator Beit ram was concerning the qualifications tof the ollk'cis appointed by the Governor. The most striking feature of the bill is the provision which gives the commission authority to close any bank found unsafe. After tie amendment, were voted down the bill passed 34 to 2. Thomas Offers Rule Changes. Senator Thomas, ranking member of the Rule, Committee and following the instructions of the committee of resolutions offered a number changing the rules. Senators aie allowed but two minutes to explain their votes on questions during the roll call. This rule applies only when the previous question is not ordered. Senator Graham contended that there never before had beeu a rule to prevent any men&cr from explaining his vote. Senator Brock mads some cutting remarks about the responsibility of the action of the Senate being on the Democrats, to which President said bo played no favorites. Senator Huffakcr explained that it was a. question of personal privilege to explain his vote, and that he had never heard of any body preventing a member from explaining his vote. The amendment proposal was rejected. SPRING SILKS IN WIDE ARRAY. That silks will prevail this Spring and Summer is beyond a doubt. Every uoman will fine it a joy to view the inviting display of Silk loveliness that is now spread on our counters for your admiration. Never were more luxurious silks shown. Every pattern reveals the highest ait of modern silk weaving and coloring; and there are scores of patterns. You are earnestly invited to inspect this superb showing of the New Spring Silks. in i P n o D Z a i Prices 50c to $2.50 yd. WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS R. P. SCOBEE & SON CO. (INCORPORATED) LUMBER Rough and Dressed, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES, CAREY ROOFING. can be bought. the best that Home Phone 47 " RUBBER ROOFING, as good as any. East Term. Pboie 147 HI lenant-occasione- It Matters Not What Congress Does in The , Way of Re- iif oUi.-iriFii- ducing Tariff on Wool and Woolen Goods, u-- Rupard-Stew- art Co. (Tiiurs-llou-Thiir- s) Are Going to Reduce Their Stock of Winter Goods Including all Winter Weight Suits and Overcoats. - n, No doubt you have been waiting for just the-eas- Mc-Crea- ry this reduction, the time is now ripe, we are ready to receive you, and you will find it worth wWle. Quite an Assortment of Sizes and Patterns to Select From. 53 - er ry fr "i ap-gp- - 5 V i.1 3 1 A '! mmmmm ii.. IIMMI1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS. I Page Three. A a 5? EAT People jfCjeati up tneir s are-takin- A Strong Tonic Ask Yoojisr I .advantage of these quiet days o 0' iuse.'Aye.ha 'tliat purp'ose.' JEWELER III RTIS & CO I A Blood Purifier- - Witfcc-j- t A!:ohot - Without Atvohol A Great Alterative Tapi!;-Merfkin- Ooctor c - Without Alcohol jA - Without Akohot Ask your doctor if a family medicine, like Avcr's SarsapariHji, is iSrfB&St not vastly better without alcohol than with it. dwelling luue and move to hu farm of lion- - from Unrton at 4 2 cents the tir.--t of March, vacated by 31 r. pir pound. John Fluty. Mi; Mnrandia Poer has been very Very few lambs have been lo- -t so '1! of pneumonia, but is ncV much far by the cold weather, and aiejhetter. looking fine, as gra ha been good, t Mr. Ben Franklin had a very val- The remains of Mrs. Jennie j uable cow to die la.--i week.. Gnimi. who died at the home of her j Kiiby AVitts liought thirty shocks, daughter. Mrs. AY. D. Owen, were i of fodder from Mr. Klkin at 23 cents buried at the Tuglc araveyatd. Jan-- j per shock. Xancy 3Iartin and brother, nary 21. The funeral will be j Mi pleached at Owen Chapel this sprint, j Willie. -- p;m the pat two weeks with Charles lla.ik, who has been ill their grandparent-:- . Mr. and Mrs. oi malanai lever at Mivanaa. na.. ueo. .Martin, and aio enjoyea a de is out again, able to work, lie t lightful vMt with Mi-- s Dell Gilbert while there. now in South Carolina with the ?.Ir. and Mr. Cyrus Elkin and Show Company, and will return children spent Sunday with Mr. and to Kentucky soon. Little Mildred Cains is quite ill Mrs. Ben King. Mrs. Leon Martin and daughter. of malarial fever at the home of 1'. Be ie. visited Mr. and Mr. Jack J. Elliott. Bagland last week. Mr. James Klkin has rented his FRANKLIN farm of 47 acres to Mr. Bunch for ,$47,0 and Mr. Elkin will move to Win- Mr. Cliff Fox is on the -- ick lit. ! Mr. lirl)y Wills bought a bunch chestcr. March 1. 1-i Ye-d- er as represented. IMF $T VLJk U He E T&sJ 2 OPTICIAN S3 Special S bowing OF jS 0 1 CI ETY X, White Goods. Voiles and Marquesettes j iov some time, and has rendered val- Regular Luncheon. JtTlie Indies of the Central Baptist! liable sei vices. Congratulations and hope for a fliaieli will tcrvc riaubtr luncheon in iss Lizzie Taylor's building on future cf unmarred happiness are Main street Saturday. Tiic follow- extended. r ing tempting menu will be served : Svopc HutfsCn , Oyster Scnp Misi Minnie Hudson, of "West Dressing Roast chicken Rend, wa mtirried Wednesday after- Hot biscuits Sandwiches Milk neon at 1:110 o'clock at the home of Coffee Pies Barnet, on On this day the "Soup House" will Mr. and Mis. W. '.M. lie opjn for the worthy poor fiom South Main street, to 'Mr. Charles P. Swope. 8 to 9 o'clock in the morning of from 11:30 to 1:30, in crdcr that The bride wore a stylish tailored it shall not conflict with the lunch-co- n suit with a hat to match, and carhour. ried Si' bouquet of beautiful white in-te- all colors, ' 1 from 25c to $1.00. Piques, 25c to 50c. Persian and French Lawns, Batiste, Nainsooks, Linens.-- . .. j New and Dainty. $40.00 for $30.00 for $17.00 for $20.00 $15.00 $ 8.50 i carnations. The gioom is a brother of R. P. Swope and Mrs. AY .11. Harnet. while the bride is a cousin of Mrs. Albert Vivien ami Mrs. J. F. Hades, ( HIsie Gsborne Mr. Stanley IIUlc, a young farmer of this county, and Miss Bessie Os borne, attractive daughter of Mr. T.J E. Osborne, were married at the residence of the bride, "Wednesday, Rev. H. C. Wright officiating: TheNew Depositor Id' this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon th&$ we may prore the quality of out banking service. We invite yon to call and see us. of this place. The happy cpuple left at once for their future home in Powell county. f.l. C. C!u!) Mr. Hislc is very popular with o'vervbodv. He is industrious and of good habits, being in. 'every way bride he has orthy of the lovcl-jyon. The bride is one of .the swecTcst She jjoung ladies of the county. "possesses a charming disposition, 'has wen for hor a host who extend best wishe- -. corfes-- " lias" been an M'ju'gent for t'lis paper in the county . Last Reduction on Suits Skirts. There are only a few of these left, but they are all good. Citizens National Bank Near Court Houv. Ky, ?, Se WK citic-ien- The M.'C. Club met with Mrs. C. IT. Dioiricli on Wednesday afternoon "?nd"a'very "instructive and enjoyable program was rendered. Mrs. Dietrich gave the magazme article on "The Pyramids of Egypt," iM religions of the Egyptians as a general topic were Beekiier gave several Mrs.Lueien ed Corner Main and South Court Street. Winchester, short readings fivm the Mohammc- - IS & CO. dan Koran. Cotterill lead a beautifully prepared aiticlc on "Birds'" which was of great interest, and Miss Rosa Jut!ce read an able paper on '"Women Arti-t- s of Ameiica." The di.cus.ion of current events was followed by a delightful social hour, during which delicious fruit sandwiches, tea and chocolates were served. Ii'. S. in eat call SHEN We need of good things to any part deliver goods to us. of town. hi j MrJ. TRY HOUJUTS SPECIAL COFFEE " 111 k I rt tA m R a .pi hi . Mi. Rev. Win. dimming and son, jioiic to Louisiille to reside. Miss Edna Gamboo visited James, and Dr. C. 11. Roes, are attending a religious conference at Xannie Baxter, Thursday. Chattanooga, Tenn. TOM COWAN BACK. Miss Catherine Robb has returned fiimi a plae-ant el W. HOLLAR Home Phone 3T4 E. Tenn. 10B visit in Lexington. And we must make room for our large Stock of Spring Goods wMoh is arriving daily and in order to do this we are going to offer for the next few days our our line Of 2 L Tne next meeting of the Club will be held with Mrs. J. Smith Hays, and at this sessim Prof. W. S. Anderson will deliver a short lecture on "Sanitary Dairus." A little later, the members of the Club will avail themselves of the cordial invitation of Dr. M. S. Browne to viit and inspect the "Red Cross Dairy." A vote foi commendation of Dr. Browne's public spiritedness was unanimously passed Dance at Auditorium The young men of the city will give a return dance on the evening of February 21. at the Auditorium. The music will be furnished bv Sax- Ion and Trost's Orchestra, of Lcx-ngton. 9 At a i jffiiifp A i Kemember Your Proiit Is Our Loss. MM A. M. CLOAK 8 SUIT CO . Inc. BOS, j RScnager. Elks Building Both Phones 364. Clayton Gravett sold to WinchesFURS! FURS!! FURS!!! ter parties one maie for $1G7.. John Hampton bought of Mrs. Will pay yon the Highest Cash Little Sallie Crook Gregory, of CarrieHaggard rne calf for .f8. Prices for your Purs.. Lancaster, is the guest of her aunt. Mr. W. R. Ewen sold his tobacco, J. W. HISEL Mrs. Henry II. Hall. at Lexington last week for clever Bridge Junk Shop, Mrs. Floyd Day and her mother, cents. No. 23 North Maple st. Mis. J. M. Kash. will leave for iMr. G. X'. Martin had a very valEast Tennessee Phone 215, Home Jackson Saturday for a few days, uable dog to disappear last week. Phone 596. and to be present at the memorial Xannie Martin and little brother services Sunday to be held for Dr. visited their grandparents, Mi-- , anu RANKIN. J. M. Kash, at the Ciiristiancimrch Mrs. G. X. Martin, the past two ihere. weeks. Mr. Elbert Rankin, of Cleveland, Miss Xuna Patton, of Lakeland, Miss Mamie Ewen is viitihg rela- - O., is here on business, and will reFla., will arrive Saturday to visit tives at Stanton, this week.' ' main some time. Mrs. George W. Shepherd. , The little daughter of Mr. and W. F. Rankin lost a very fine sadMrs. J. W. Ilisle has been ill of Mrs. Woodson Haggard died on Feb- dle marc last week from eating damgrippe, Jntt is now improving. ruary 2, and was buried the third at aged corn and fodder. .Rev. Geo. W. Shepherd is improvthe Brock graveyard. The; bereavMr. Zade nodgkin has lost two ing slowly from "a severe attack of ed ones have our heartfelt sympathy. fine mules with lock-jathis winter. sciatic- rlicumatisin. Aunt Xancv Adams left Sunday to . Messrs. John, Fluty and Melyiff Mr. Walker Rcid, of Mt. Sterling, visit children in !Madison county. Wetwr have moved to their farm Several from here attended $ "the. conn y,--. near, the, jMoutlif of, suffering 'Mrs. W, V. Bnreo. Last weckv sale 6ft iMr. Gr is -!Me. r. Bankm a sprained ankle : srillt ' rwair : has " C GamboeXnd-f ll-18-4- Xo one will be admitted a ticket. without Tom Cowan, the popular back at his stand in the iMcEIdowney BLACKSialTHING. Building and is now ready to serve When you want good horseshoeing his old friends and customers where or any kind of repair work, don't you will always get prompt and first forget that we do all kinds of work class service. blackthat is done in a first-clasmith shop. Reasonable prices; all EGYPT work guaranteed. Your patronage .Mr. J. D. Woosley sold to Mt. Stersolicited. T. M. Domigan, corner Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's ling parties one fat heifer for 4 4 cents per pound, and a fat cow warehouse. for 3 cents per pound. Miss Stella Parido is visiting her FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! istcr,- Mrs. Ethan Jones, of Will pay you the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs., W. A. Baker, of Mancclona, Mich., is visiting his family at this place. J. W. HISEL J.-- AY. Haggard, who is undergoing Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Mapie st. treatment at Spencer, Montgomery East Tennessee Phone 215, Home j county, spent from Saturday until Phone 506. .Monday with his family here. Mr. Jesse Parido is able to be out again, after more than a week's ill- BLOOMINGDALE ness of kidney trouble. ss :t-Pine-Grovll-lS-4- baivlj HO-- "'- LAST DAY T0-M0RR- 0W Shirt Waist Sale closes night. All broken lines and waists slightly soiled from handling will be closed out at whatever they will bring. to get Your last chance this season's finest waists at nearly 2 their values. Remember LAST to-morr- ow to-morr- ow to-morr- ow 1-- DAY W at Mrs.E.W.Haggard's IVliillnery Parlors Main Street, next Postoffice - f Don't buy a Car until you have investigated the Buick line. We have cars ranging" in price from $850 to $180U, nothing quite as good at the price, ask anyone who owns one-- . We carry in stock a full line ol Tires and Tubes and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us w, atrial. WINCHESTER GARAGE m - anuly-havje- 5 i. I i - Font. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Surgeons uid Specialists, at the bqjglidst &)$cindl my expenseR.YjPiERgB,tD.. There is every reason why women should not trust their delicate constitutions in the It requires a thorough medical education to appreciate and u Knds..of .unskilled persons. 7 INVITE BVBRY tyOMMN. EvofwwnanMS invited to consult our Staff I at GROWTH OF FOR MMENANCE OF i ' CAMP DANIEL ' ij i r J 0 -o i . 5- 1- .V lit Ik Coirmftte Raises t$6Q0 For Mebte "Cause, Looking toUplif ting Influ-'cric- es for Boys off State! Elimination of Waste Is Problem Modem Business Whfcti 'Every i. The committee appointed to seeurfe- Man is Trying to Solve. for the maintenance of "run-down,- " house debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, " shop-girls- ," The elimination hi waste is ' "the Camp Daniel Boone" for the boys of 'keepers, nursing' mothers, and feeble women generally. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion is problem which'' every modem busi- Kentucky, have met with succors. iinriii1fH .J' an nrmpHyinrr rorriial and restorative tonic. . .... MUWM IHV V Man and already almost !?C00 has been .1 ' ness man is trying to .solve. AS. A soouung ana srrengen generate gigantic subscribed. has learned how' to ehihg nervine " Favorite PrThe Camp Idea power by the' use of running water, JUST SEND ME THIS COUPON 1 escription" is invaluable in "Civilization has been making of steam and gas, but much of it lias allaying and subduing nervous DR. PlEReeS INVALIDS'. MOTEL, Buffalo, N.Y. . excitability, irritability, nervous hitherto gone to waste on account of the world a liiothouse. Man's in Please send ma letter of advice and your Book for Women, ell free end postage psld without any obligations on my zr whatever. exhaustion, nervous prostrarebels; the difficulty of subdividing it. When stinct nf tion, neuralgia, hysteria, spawns, My Name only one or two machines in a fac hence the appeal for the return to feinting- - spells, and other disPost Office ........ .State tory are in use, it is often neces- the simple life that is glowing loud." tressing, nervous symptoms IIow lone alHic'jed? AscT 7.7. . Are you rflarried? Every normal boy loves to camp sary to expend enough power to drive upon, commonly Make a cross (X) the eHzncnts every machine in the' shop. Until the out. to live in the great out of doors: and organic disease fa front of the one from In froot of suffer most. from nhich )ou suiter. Two crossca (ZX) functional which you development of electric generators he loves to hunt, climb trees and Bearing Down Kidney Troubls ......Cough Com ti pa tion of the distinctly feminine orSinful rcri ::::::Starh and motors it was impossible to fences, tramp through the woods. gans. It induces refreshing VcabTroutus .....FcmCnsSpclIi ..Obesity Diszinesa Ovanan Paa deep and relieves mental anxPeininBact power, except by the use of run, yell, swim, wear as tew clot lies ......Skin Disease nuci Hot Flashea Stomach TrouMs ......Impure Blood iety and. despondency. Itching Ports Female Weakness Chance ef LiTo Rheumatism separate engines which made the cost as possible and absorb plenty of Z" Dtscribe ctrj oilier tymptor.3 e;i c ccpcrcie ciitct if you, '.vUCt. prohibitory. Electricity has proved fresh air aild sunshine. It is well Dr. Pierce's Favorite is 'devised and put that it can divide power as can noth- that he loves to do these things, for up dv a physician of vast experience in the treatment of woman's . maladies. Its ingredients ing thus he lays that strong physical i i ii .i ; nave tne indorsement or leading pnysicians in an scnoois orr practice. The power requited to drive the foundation that enables him to cope - The " Favorite Prescription " is known cverjT'here as the standard remedy for diseases line shafting and belts in a factory successfully with the problems of of' women and has been so regarded for the past forty years, and more. where the motive power is all in one life. " 'Accept no secret nostrum in place of " Favorite Prescription " a medicine of known source is about equal to the power The Young Men's Christian AssoSold by all Druggists. COMPOSITON, with a record of forty years of satisfaction behind it. required to drive all the machines in ciation has been a prisoner in providOne to three Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate the Etomach, liver and bowels. the shop at their maximum output; ing the Christian boy.s' camp whicl a dose. Easy to take as candy. that is, if all the tools working si- gives to our boys such recreati'oi Send 31 one -- cent stamps to pay cost of wrapping and mailing only cn a free copy retraining under idea and- - Christian Invalids' Hotel multaneously at maximum output 'of Dr.' Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, cloth-bounquire 100 h. p.. the belts and shaftconditions. During last year the asand Surgical Institute, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. will require about 100 'h. p.. sociations of America held snores o" ing more, and this power, which is all such camp, bringing together thou-nnlost in friction must be supplied all of boys. PURE MILK the time, even though only a few of Camp Daniel Boone. the machines are working. On the One of the finest services rendered OF a The state pure food authorities at other hand, if, in the same shop, to the boyhood of Central Kentucky t year was the Siati the Kentucky Agricultural Experi each tool is equipped with a motor, during Crop will be lost in Y. M.'C. A. Boys' Camp, held on tin ment Station reported Tuesday to only about 43 h. p., mbtive power Kentucky liver at Brooklyn Bridge County Attorney of transmission from the Public Sale, will pffer my farm on the Mt. Louisville, sixty-fiv- e Scott Bullitt, sell of the dvnamo to the tools when they The were in attendance 117 boy cases Sterling and Winchester turnpike, 1 miles fiom Win- ing watered or skimmed milkfor against are all working at maximum output; nd 18 adult leaders; a total of 13."i Tanner's Store, on chester and l'A miles dairymen supplying Louisville and that is, 143 h. p., is consumed and These boys came from sixteen townr certain restaurants. These cases re- 100 h. p.v, or 70 per cent of this is of Central Kentucky. 'Each paid .' sulted from the extensive inspections supplied to the tools, against 50 per omwial fee of $7.00, which barel? that have recently, been made cent with belts and shafting. But, covered the running expense of the 10:00 o'clock, a. m., the following described throughout the whole of the Louis in machineishop work, it is found camp . 1912, property : "i ville milk field and The activities each day at camr other pans of that so many machines are always idle or Tvorking on light load that Kentucky. om the time the rising migla sound 2 breaking plows. 1 pony mare, fancy. Having decided to quit .bu'sinesis. he stimulus that will nrouse interThe samples were collected from only about 30 per cent of the total ed at 6:30 until taps at 1) p. m. wen 2 double .shovels. 1 good driving mare. machine? is in o correlated as to secure for tin est in our boys' more and moic as the we will ofTci- the milk depots, the dairymen, the capacity of all the 2 plows. 1 horse-mul- e, Tom-- j n hv and its efficiency m- - FEBRUARY 10. 1!)12 at 1 o'clock. restaurants, the hotels and other use at the same time; that is, the bovs a maximum of good and fun. 1 cultivator. X mare-unilhat our place ot business on .Mam places where milk is served, and load factor is approximately 30 per The regular day's program con- - ureases. 1 corn sheller. 1 horse mule, belts, Mney cannot be put into any treet. known ax the Oliver Jmilding: cent. With line shafting and when a sample was found to ibe watisted of the following in the onle, Wagon and buggy harness. 1 horse-mul- e, of more practical and 1 pair of good work horses. the shop ered or skimmed, further investiga- the total power supplied to amed: Morning exercises, plunge ii Page wire stretchers. 1 goad milch cow, fresh. wagon. n good than this institution, which 30 h. 1 l i'oi'c tion was made to determine whij. was is then 130 h. p.; of n.v..- river, oreaKiasi, immun Page hand stretchers. 3 milch cows, springers. i et oT wagon harne. new. vhich seeks to build up our boys to by the 1 ued responsinie. adoui UU samples were p.. or 23 per cent enmp cleaning, recreation from 9:3" 3 yearling calves.' . Shovels and double diggers. life. 1 dump cart. v i analyzed in Louisville and Go cases tools; with individual motor drive, o 11:30, morning swim, dinner, rec .1 McEwan digger. 100 ewes, now lambing. Camp Daniel Boone is conducted 2 New Knm-- e cultivators. reported for prosecution. In. most the losses decrease approximately as eation from 1:30 to 3:30, Bibl. Picks, shovels, spades, hoes grubbing 3 calves. Committee. 4 new double shovels. instances the milk was taken from the load. At 30 per cent load, the class. aimn fire; ligbts out at 9 r y the State Executive 2 MoComick strippers, almost new. . . hoe- -, crowbars, roek hammers, from 43 h. ' entueky Yonng Men's Christian 1 tobacco plow. loss would ibe 30 per cent of the dairymen's herds to determ. During the swimming hours, th 1 good Stivers stripper. sledges. Vssociation. of which J. C. Acheson power horse clipper. I p., or 13 h. p., and the total mine how much water had been ad water was carefully patroled by t good hay frame. Log chains. 4 good combs. s Chairman; S. W. Greene, Treas-irer- . Seeml squares of roofing. ded to the milk as supplied by the j is 43 it. p., of which 30 h. p., or 70 leader in a boat to see mat no misiMeat o 8 hogs: lard 300 lbs. 1 McCormick mower. Philo C. Dix. State Secrc words, and 1 block machine. per centos used. In other dairymen's cows. hap took pJace. Recreation consistNew 'Howe scales. 1 Deering twine binder. -of the ary.7 with the cr- 1 brick machine. the individual motor drive, under Red Cross Dairy (Phone 889-x- .) d'of rowing, fishing, InkesunseDaii Faiibanks scales. wagon. 1' more ""entral Kentucky Boy.s' Work Ad Double and single trees. supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and 'dinary working conditions, is , tennis,, etc. Kettles, grind stone, saws, wedges, XBeinis 'tobacco setter. Committee. Coal forks and shovels. isorv time's as elhcient as tne sanitary Holstein and grade Jersey Minn tin Following are some of the results etc. 1, Columbus bnggy, new. Lot of poultry and stock powder. ine shaft ahd'belt drive. milk; not watered. attended Bible class even Every 1 pair platform scales. runabout.. Lot of other things too numerous Mr. Rice was one of the v.ery few However, it would not be usually day; two personal purity talks wen 1 pair counter scales. 1, Kentucky wheat drill.' WEST BEND. be economical to install a small mW given during each period of cam- p- o receive the Chautauqua salute last to mention. 1 cider mill; 1 corn drill. 1 Hamilton disc harrow. POWELL & HUGHES, summer. tor on eaclu of a number of small to older and one to youngc sacks. 150 ,.Avery disc harrow. Rev. Mr. Parson filled his regular machines; Abetter results aie often boys. These meetings uegiiiumg 200 barrels corn in crib. 1Blackhawk corn planter, new. appointment Saturday night, Sunday nhtninpd Jv driviiKr a number of mediately after supper, in even THE SOUND SLEEP 400 shocks of fodder. l..nvheat fan. 'David Uarriek" at the College and Sunday night." v machines in a group from small case lasted until after dark, so inOF GOOD HEALTH Tuesday evening bv Pnideha Rice. TCuick automobile, runabout. 1 tooth harrow. Mr. C. Y. Swope spent Sunday in comparatively short line shaft driv terested were the boys, and so anxthe impersonator. Winchester. motor. en by a larger ious were they to be set aright on th( 3 not for those suffering from kidTerms made known on day of sale. Mr. Combs, of Bealtyville, has, many problems of their life. lev ailments and irregularities. The CRUEL GIRL moved to the farm he purchased of FURS!!! FURS!! excellent iromnt use of Foley Kidney Pills FURS! The camp physician did the Hu'tson heirs. especially vill dispel backache rheumaand work m this connection, Misses Lula and Tena Ogden spent Will Dav von the Highest Cash ...... H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. ism, heal and strengthen sore, weak in tne matter ol iiinvmS from Thursday until Saturday with Prices for your Fnrs. sonally. Other features of the camr ind ailing kidneys, restore norma relatives at Kiddville. J. W. HISEL were First Aid to the Injured talk.' iction. and with it health and Bridge Junk Shop, Miss Ethel M. Boone, of Kidd Mrs. M. F. SpaWniry and demonstration on How to Res- itrength. No. 23 North Maple st ville, is visiting her grandparents, it... TWrtTvTiinr- - sterling, 111., soys: "I suffered great i nesuscuuie mc cue ana t USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ogden. East Tennessee Phone 215, Homi and the swimming class which taught ain in my back and kidneys, could Mr. Sam King and family, J. A. Phone 596. sot sleep at night, and could not 40 boys how to swim. Roberts and tfamily and James RobNature study, the camp library aise mv hands over my jicad. Bu erts and family have returned, after A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET and amp fire stores ami ueoaie? wo bottles of Foley Kidney Pills spending threeyears in Holt, Mo. ured me. Foley Kidney Pil's Hiave were some of the educational featWet and chilled feet usually affeeUncle Wilev Combs was found ures. iField Day exercises came at ny heartiest endorsement." dead in Ms 'bed Saturday mornin; the mucous membrane ox the nose. For Sale by All Druggists. the close of each camping periot and ivas buried Monday at West ilii'roiat. (and flings, and la grippe. consisting of running, jumping and bronchitis or pneumonia may result '' Bend. BILUE BURKE. i ria boat racing, most every boy in camp Mr. C. W: Ogden "spent Thusrday Watch carefully, particularly th taking part. One the last nigbt of. Miss Billie Burke is to be seen r with'his uncle, J.' W.' Ogden ofWin- - children, and for the racking stub boys encircled the camp Phoebe I'm thinking lerloMlr ti r coughs give Foley's Honey and camp the born "n "The Runaway' 'at the Lexington cnester. taking up the auto fad. fire, and clasping hands, sang "Blest A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS It ceftotalft-woulNatlca Clever Idea! Opera House on Friday evening. Feb-maMr. Chas. Ypung, of WMck, Ky., Tar Compound! It soothes the in Bp " the Tie That Binds" and "Goo be becoming to job (Tamed membranes, and heals the 9. spent Saturday and Sunday- - with Ms THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE AVe Meet Again.' Phoebe BecomlngT coughs quickly. Mrs. A. A. Swage! Be With You Till mother. Nantlca Yes;- - you know, ym mm camp impressively Thus was the fURS'!! FURS!! TO A TRAIN. , FURS! wear a mask In Mr. Ben Young and daughter, Miss Kroii. Wis., says: "It always give 5 Honey and Tar Compound t closed. Lizzie, of near the Levee, spent Sat Foley's . Moat ANMylNfl. Tlio tnwns renresented and thr Will pay yon; tiie Hlgtest Cash my children. It itres tbeir coughs urdny and Sunday at this place,. ms fearfully annoying-gei-nc-to'eew each were: "Frankfort rices for yonr Purs.. nnmner from a roar- money on and cojds and they like to take it.' -.- iw-J. W. HISEL 33; Winchester, 17: Lexington, 17: fcaeme." saldMr. Sliuwad. vFor Sale by All Druggists I BARGAIN. Bridge Junl Step. pUed Mr. Catebkla. "Sucb Paris, 9 Versailles, 7Danville, 12; reotatmeBt to Bad tbe No. 23 North Ifaple'stJ iDrovaaHnnc soMbc .'aJeag' ai Only tbejareet and freshest naed- - Georgetown, 7; Corbin; 3; Carlisle. 115 cent Neckties for 10. cents, as Brown-proetEast Teuessee PWb 215rHoe bare wasted all yoiaMM'" 3; Berea, 2;"Crestwood,.2'Nichola5- Jong, as theyffcsEiiP.H. bAVJSjMBes ea sale at'tbe ba-eb- all atwiiY HUE rrj ".i. ' attendant :!:::.-hSE3- subdivide Pre-icripti- .rii el-:- -- d. Public Sale Stock; I and Farming Implements. ds the-pas- at at froi Wednesday, February 14, at The Need. OTHER UNHERSmES The outstanding- - need ,t Daniel Boone is a permanent and a STATE PR06E larger equipment. ' There is no fixed from place camping site to place eiicii year causes a large Presidents Cr ossfield Ad Hitiitt fie- ileprcoiatioa in the value of equippotted to bs Backing Charge. wear and fear ment- bn acct'unt-o- f 4 and loss iiicideiiU'to such removal. Secrecy Criticised. also means high Change price for rental of grounds and the Frankfort. Ky.. Feb. 8. 'fiie-fir- st expenditure of money for prepara information to leak out of the inves tion of Mtc; fehhisTeoWt. tigation into matters of the State grounds',- - etc. The above items of University at Lexington, which is all of which would be obviated by the being conducted here behind closed proposed improvement. In addition doors, came hrte Wednesday night ot groumis. a urn- - wIlen it was to 'rae purc-aas- e tIlat tlu, principal chapel and lode should be tlfra;n.,t the university are ,, iw-ij..,.-. Cros-ftelerected. With this equipment we , would not- have to turn away liny? of TransylvaniaVniver-it- y. and as was the ca?e last year, but thero resident llinitt, of Central Univer- would be accommodation for at least sitv. which arc that the olliciaU of 300. It would also provide a place State I'niver-iitaie violating a where workers with boys in Sunday technicality in tin M the School, Y. M. C. A. and church could distribution of county appoinlnients, mppt for conference. It has been and therein' causing an injury to the Committee to ic Tnln;.vh-ini- a the ambition of Central Universi- ible to give the conference training .. Idea great prominence among the ac From the report that leaked out tivities at Camp Daniel Boone. of the room in which the investigaThe Plan. tion is being conducted, it i supAt the last meeting of the Advisory posed that Presidents Crossfield and Committee in Lexington the followinz llinitt. both of whom are 'before the plan of raising $3,000.00 to perma have cwiunittce. investigating nently equip Cump Daniel Boone was charged that more appointments manimously adopted. have been granted students from In each of about twenty towns of certain counties than was lawful unCentral Kentucky a Boys Work In- - der the act governing such appoint-men- t. dtute is to be 'held. The aim of this :nstitute is to arouse iuterest in boys' They are supposed also to have vork in these towns, as well as to ae- - enarfre tie gta(e Vniversity offt- piaiut the people with the plans of cials with having freely distributed he Committee regarding Camp Dan- - appointment, as-- an inducement to inel Boone. Funds will not be eollect- - crease the matriculation, in that uni d at any of the instittue meetings versity, and to have charged tliat peo- - aiich action was not only a technical 'lowever, following this Ie will be called upon personally to violation of the Jaw. but also that it ielp. In this maimer the Committer was working an injustice on Transyllopes to have "A Boy and Religion' vania, Central and ether small instifunds. forward Movement'' that will have tutions not endowed by st.-ftis one of its results the placing of he camp on such a basis as to be Hear Phideha Rice at the l oliege "or years the Mecca for the' boys and Tuesday evening. He is an artist in 'iov.s' workers of Central Kentucky. impersonation. Inst as the fruition of these plans vill come from the .aroused interest PUBLIC SALE "n boys' work, so will this camp be & J and-movin- ing-roo- pj,.,, - - y .! ' in-tij- e 4t e, 1 far-cachi- well-round- ed -- two-hor- se ly (2-8-l- t) - Geo. G. Prcwitt " - t- ll-18-4- HIGH ART l flBli EIb 'I d aa-mt- A. LYNN PERRY .ItfofsSa- ' o- .tar jwrt' iA?5per's nlle. 1: Harrousburj, X: jaorcnean 4it j 1; Covington, 1; Lafcn 3tu KENTUCKX TUfEJtCMLfSlS y-- 7 THE WNCHESTErt MEWS Flvt1 PUBLIC SALE! - 7 . ' .' UiU LE6kLATiONi J9I2. No. 1,40, .IlGu.se bill "no. Senate '3t, concerning tuberculosis provide for t lie following: 'l. 'The creation of a of consisting IONIUM INTFRFST Advertising I IIViJi, iiiti.iu.VI , IHlIlrroTrr, Talks rij ,,h io ffprtoitu i -o- fARTICLES H0USEH0LD flPFRA HflllSF IVWItB - CUSSflED COHIMi Tnberculo-s- w Commission set en (7) persoiis, two (2) of which shall ho registered physicians, all of whom sluiH be apioiiitel by the Governor. 2. The' 'members of the Coinmis--lo- ii reeeivij no compensation for b'cir services. 3. lOOOOOOOOOOOOOl j ' LOCAL MEDIUM IS -- THE BEST ! ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Scratch and rub rub and scratch until you feel as if you could almost tear the burning skin from your body until It seems as if you could no Ion per endure these endless days of awful torture those terrible nishts-csleepless agony. Then a few drops of D. D. D., tho famous Eczema Specific and. Oh! what roller! .The itch gone instantly! Comfort and rest at last! D. D. D. is a simple external wash that cleanses and heals the inflamed skin as nothing else'can. A recognized specific for .Eczema. Psoriasis. Salt Rheum or any other skin trouble. V'p can give you a full size hpttle of the Pennine D. D. t. .remedy for $1.00 and If the very first bottle fails to sive relief it will not cost ou a cent. We ai-- o can give you a sample bottle for 53 cents. AVhy suffer another Bay when "you cat" get K"D. T3.1" No Substitute for Home Newspaper for Good Advertising, Declares Big Trade Journal. 1 The jjoivers and duties of the t'o'inmissiou liall be with the state, and its objects shall Leits follows: in 1. The Amv of tuberculosis all its forms and jclatioti. To se cure and disseminate information to with reference to tuberculosis, promote and carry on a campaign of education with reference thereto, and in general to piuivue any other activities with reference to informing the pnM'c as to the nature of tubcicn-losis- -, its dangeis. and the means, whereby its spread may be picvent-.c- L f , IS li For galciBy Strodes prug tore. 2. . Investigation of the prevalence of tuberculosis in the state of Kentucky, and the collecting and pubinformation. lishing of 3. Securing the proper legislation for the relief and prevention 'of "tuberculosis. witli the public 4. authorities, state and local boards of health, the National Association fi.r the Study and Prevention of medical societies, and other Tubei-culosi- s, NW LOW There is no substitute for newspa-per advertising when the object is the expansion of retail business, according to the, American Lumberman, a trade publication issued at Chicago. The editor of the Lumberman declares that the local newspaper is the only medium that will render ineffective the seductive lure ot the mat', order copy with which the average farm paper is crammed. "When the dealer is looking for business he wants a real medium that WlH carry a real message," says the Lumberman. "That medium is his local newspaper. By test there is no substitute for newspaper advertising when the object is the expansion of retail business. The local paper is tho one medium that, properly used, will offset the influence of the catalogue arid that will render Ineffective the seductive lure of the mail order 1 copy. (' organizations in approved measures adopted for the prevention of the 'disease. 5. To encourage the establishment throughout- the state of Kentucky of local associations for the purpose of undertaking in their particular localities of work proposed ,to' be canned on by this Comaiis- -' - S1011. Encouragement of adequate by the consumptive,1, provision for sanatoria,: hospitestablishment of als, dispensaries and otherwise. f-For the purpose of carrying oh" the above work said Commission rfiall receive an annual 'appropriation from the state of- - a sum m; exceeding fl",O00. .." "liic Mil further provides that the Fiscal Court of one or a group of'adjoining counties, may at its disci etion, form a tuberculosis listrici for, the erection of a tuberculosis sanatorium, and levy a tax for th erection and maintenance thereof. li. If, however, the Fiscal Cour fails or refuses to create said lu be'rcnlosis district, the voter of ojn county or of a group of countie may at a regular election decide h vote whether or not such count- - c group of counties shall become a tu bereulosis district for the erection o' a tuberculosis sanatoria. If the majority of the voters vote "yes"' thf iuatoria shall be erected. If the majority vote "ho' the sanatoria shall not be erected. 7. The management of any county- sanatoria erected under this Act ball be vested in a local board of :riistces, consisting of seven (7) persons, who shall make their owt laws and regulations for the management of said sanatoria. 8. It is provided, however, thai onnnis-sionethe Board of Tuberculosis shall have power of visitation over any sanatoria orected unTHEN BRONCHITIS. ) der .this Act, thus assuring a certaii' ) smudard of uniformity in construe-linSuch was the case with Mrs. W. S. ajid cillcicuey in management. ttailey, McCrcary, Ky. "My wife : ilf Ibis, bill'is passed i t will pur vas ,taicn down with a severe lyeiiLuckv among the leading state? of la grippe, which run into in.tlie ligjit against consumption, and bronchitis. Khc coughed as. tht' she liejUie direct means of saving thons-ail3- s had consumption and. could not sleep of !our. fellow citizens from Tho Doctor's medicine at night' suffering, distress and ber no relief and I was advircd gave dcatb. to try Foley's Honey aud Tar Comalso give counties the priv pound. Tbc IjiNt bottle gavoher a ilege of building a sanatoria, a num much relief that sbe continued using ber of iliem being anxious to do so, I and three bottles effected a penua-jen- t and bring no hardship or burden upcure." 'Mr. W. S. Bailey say-h- e on any other county that is not is prepared to answer all inquirC. cc --n-- ss f rs . "Newspaper advertising Is one of the first real steps in successful merThe many beautiful white snows chandising. Dut it must be of conwhich have recently fallen aird the sistent character, planned and executed, with such deliberation that its obremembrance of the nuble life and ject will be clear. The advertiser who character of that gentle wnnan does not know the purpose of his own campaign can not expect others to whose .spirit winged its llight and understand it. Dealers who will take whose body was laid away during the time to study advertising methods, the 'Christmas week, have suugettcd particularly those employed by their successful mall order competitors, will to me the thoughi. that )cr!iais aftfind there the best avoidable text er all, these ptue. while, beautiful book. The very success of these evidences their worth. snojvs are but the lowers brotmliT methods newspaper manager is an in"The by the. Aiigels from Heaven t the valuable source of advice and help to graves of our friends and loved ones. the, advertiser. His business depends upon the pulling power of his paper's The gentle woman to whom I lefer, advertising columns. He is keenly inbad many of the duties and care, terested in helping his patrons. He of a mother tlirttsl upon her when invariably is willing to criticise and advise the novice and generally knows she was a young girl still in her his business. "Finally, the efficacy of retail ad'teens: she lavished, upon her father such tender care and affection as vertising depends in a large measure on 'keeping everlastingly at it.' The brought peace and happiness to him inconstant advertiser may get results. in his declining years. When the The steady advertiser will." father was gone, a brother needed New Method Best. her watchful care and nnrsing. and The unusual success of the state fall-- , they were gladly given without remarks the Oskaloosa (la.) Herald, stint until the end. To the invalid tor the past three or four years has demonstrated the superiority of newssister who was sick so hng. she gave paper advertising over the old methconstant care and lender watchful ods of expensive lithographs and uselove, until she too, passed over the less hand bills. For years the management sent out of the state for the bulk river to join those who had gone beof its printing, and the newspapers fore and "to rest beneath the sbade naturally kicked on the proposition Hut the management went on for of tho trees." years doing the same thing, and countnoble ing on the newspapers to boost the Her whole life was iic of and devotion to duty, fair as a matter of state pride.- - The limit was finally reached and tiic agrt aud she met each responsibility as it cultural department awoke to the fact that they were carrying out a miseame with love and fortitude. guided policy. Finally, about live years Taken as she was in the very ago, tlie management wheeled about aud decided to spend about half ot llower of-- her womanhood, her beaumortal caieer has been ended, their appropriation for advertising tiful with the leading papers of the state, but long will she live and her int'.u-enand omit some of the expensive calenbe felt in the hearts and live-o- f dars and lithographs. Tho success ot the change was amazing, and her fiientU and loved ones. The that time more money each yearsince has children, the Gtubaud and the loxcd been spent with the newspapers, bring ing a corresponding increase in busiones will miss her very much.. ness at the fairs. we. who knew her, bow And now Points on Good Advertising. .iur heads in respectful memory, and Advertising is and no ts the beautiful snows fall, join with man who hopes a great help, in busifor success with the Angels from ness can afford to dispense with it, uaturc and Heaven in carrying pure white now- - but there must be exertion on his part as well. This naturally comes to the aowers to her jeravc. tradesman who believes in liberal use Ti."n. 15. of printer's ink. There must also be neatness of surroundings, taste in the proper display of goods, accommodatMEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! ing clerks and cheerfulness of intercourse, even though no and When in need of any meal don't iialu fc offaj,fori nTviinnl-lli- r bargain thnca 'all fash-- J togct that we have the old essentlals wiU '1)e found Mn the store for after on water mill stones and do custom that liberally advertises, spring money in this way proper Vwdin". T. SL Domigan, I ctumjicuac iiiii Mill ui; iui luiuiuiu David Guy's warehouse, on corner if slouchiness and Indifference and uncongenialty prevail. Keep ail sur- Winn avenue. i roundings and conditions in conform- ' lty t0 s'stemaUc and persevering ad- IRST LA GnlrrC, vertising and the outcome-eventuall- y ' CLASSIFIED AIVERTISEMINTS 5W Having decided to move to Hunt- le a ww fir a mmu ihi ingion,rW Va.,.I will sell at auction I SATURDAY FVF FFRRUARY Ifl 2q jb wcfi'lwr tafjm , to'higlfesl biddeV, without limit sertlm. In Ccnfedesate Reunion tc be Held in reserve inydidusehiijd"cds on TI rxr-c? T o nnrnT'iiTi' oY.,.uu-IrRJLOEaNii ,iuuo. n. criiiPT .' Haccn,'Ga.;.in.May.-TRailioa- ds to SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1912, 1rytn i THE. EOMAMlcr. COMEDY DRAMA 1ft a H( nmr MftB. Make Contributions. At' 2 o'clock p. in., at my residence. ' Scattered iRurtlww. Is par $m 14 S. Maple street. ' The following ! ilarui, Ga.. Keb.'T. 'ilttch inter is A partial Iist'of articles to be 'sold: tlotMBt lasertMl imc iMtc M est dins been manifested and many ' 1 folding bed, golnf ttfc- - new'. inquiries have been made not only 1 chiffonier. by the people of Macon but those 1 folding couch in guod condition. A story as sweet as "Lena for ItM Una "ii.s Iti of .Kris section of the outh 'I bed ro.om suite. Rivers" by Thos. Hopkins. what the live railroads lcaditj into 1--1 dining table; 1 set dining chairs. AND STOKELY A play that grips both the the city have done in iinitncially aidli rockers; li center tables. heart and the mind. Full ing Macon in her plans for tJiciJbirn " 1 hall rack; 1 gas range. FOR RENT. of fun. A play pulsating reunion in May. It will be remtfiitbor-e- d 1 gas heater; 1 refrigerator, that Little Kock was given ."i.OUII and many articles uot mentioned. every moment with emotion, Goed hotel or private boarding by her two big roads, in order Ao as C .ALLAN. T. tense, truthful, powerfully house .with fourteen room., baths. I 1 .1 sist her in rawing lands for tjie re- ,E. K. Looinis. Auctioneer. rt : winy, uiiyni, ...:4-.- : -- as and all modern conveniences ui unlet union tlicie last year, the.--e iw5 liiie-Tucs-Thiti Just off of Main street, in center of mirthful Comedy. proportioning the patriotically city, very best location iu Winckcs- amount and donating $2,500 each i vI'''it'0 "shtm This is the same coiupauy that the general fund. RA1LR0A0JTWE TABLES j uat, J square irom Main played Lena Rivers here last season The citizens of the Magnetic Center street: ail modern conveniences. City are expecting great things from i LEXINGTON AND EASTERN Price 10 3 per month. ' the live lines leading into her limit s j 35c and 50c PRICES RAILWAY COMPANY Storeroom or office building on as a consequence of the action Jtii' GALLERY 25c first floor, has two .nice rooms with i the Chicago. Hi.ck Island aim ?aciuf I No.lNo..3 modern conveniences, about 1-- 2 Daily fDuily WESTpOUXT and irou.'Mount.ui. j and the St. ' square from Main street. Price $10 a. m. p. in Seats on sale at Strode's Drug Stcrc lines at Little Hock. The city ha.. I per month. Lv. Quicksand, Kv. l:2o always been generous in, its, granting Office in McEIdowney Bnildiatf 5:03 1:30 lackson, Ky. . . of privileges to the roads coming inBOTH PHONES 5 HQ 1:0; 0. & K. Junction to her limif.s and it is ni-- t unlikely to 1CTI 4:52 10:30 Athol, Ky ' tnMm that within the next few days the 4 23 10:04 Beattyville Juct . FOR SALE Fridav. fresh fts.hu J. roads will' lettuh 'the courtesy cf ' 4:04 9:44 Torrent, Ky. . I W. Hollar. AMt. "tthlMl Campton, Juct., 6:43 3:30 these favors by proportional dona7 '20 4:05 Clay City, Ky. . tions to the' lcilniiin fund. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN L. & E. Junction 7:51 4 37 This reunion will mean gie.it Fiom my place, known as the Jilfly 8:05 4:30 Winchester, Ky. things for these roads not only in Ar. Lexington, Ky. 8:50 5:35 place. T. rniL--s froni AVinehester on .May but in ttie years to come t'.ie .Ml. Sterling pike a black I No. 2 I No.4 as this period will mark general i"iik-"i!- :c sow. with white feet and Daily) Dail; EASTBOUND homecoming for the entire southeastface; weight U50 lbs. Any inforp.m. a. m taMlM4 IMS and the advent of manv ern sei-timation as to her whereabouts will prospecting b:nesecker.s fiom all !.v. Lexington, Ky .. . 1;35 7:2i be rewarded by the owner, John Winchester, Ky. . . 2:17 8:03 point.--, of the country. M. Roc, Home phone 80G-- 5 rings'. L. & E. Junction . . 2:35 8ilh Accaunts o( Hccchants, Farmers Inquiry has been made as to what Clay City, Ky. 3:05 8:50 flrf TradM SaRcHM rwas expected of the ioad. aifd it Campton Junt . .. 3:47 9:2. hT-; I I 6:25 3:12 Torrent, Ky second-han- d developed that all of the roads ha. I upright F0R SALE A Beattyville Jnct. Ky 6:03 2:51 CfikctlHS ladt .m U Paint!. been communicated with'for contri-buiiopiano; cheap for cash or on Msy j 5:35 2:22 Athol, Ky and had signified their cash payments. Apply to tMiis 0. & K. Junction . 5d9 to contribute, provided the l-Pearl Rutleugc. . ... t 5:25)11:05 Jackson, Ky should bo made lAr. Quicksand, Ky. .. Capital and Surplus fund contributed 11:25 FOR SALE The Big Run CoaL.to It is extremely like proportionate. CONNECTION: best on the market; yArds ly that some definite agreement will x win mase Clark. County ConBroadway. be reached by Hie-- e road witliMi the Ui!!8-t- f struction Company. next tew ..ays ano ...m, . & K tor Ky. No. 3 will i a substantial increase to the general make connection with the L. & N. at ' FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 Lexington for Cincinnati, Ohio. fund subscribed by parties to reuncorn ground ; clover sod. A hMS Trains New. ion purposes. Tito fund now at 'hand CAMPTON JUNCTION and 10 acres in grass. J. II 1, 2; 3 "and 4 will 'mate connection ion such purposes aggregate, fo.'i,-00Cro.toa, Home phone 813A. with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains Nos. 1, 2 arid 3 will make connection MODERN PROPOSITION FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode with the L. & A. Railway for BeattyIsland Red pullets and cpckrels. 4 ville. .1-5-- tf Home phone 813-0. & K. JUNCTION Train? Nos. 2 - "An Everyday Girl' lnrtjli. fr THY ' J rs lie, . i-- 2-- - 4A-r- ina--niu- Clark County National BANk ... . J ns Jl07 1 $350,000.00 Lmlt, 0. -tf 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railwayfor Canne' City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. CHARLES SCOTT, General Passenger Agent . j THIS WAY F0R A. . laUISVILLE jL NASHVILLE Southb'unl Vo S7 Cineimati-Knozrillc Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. "iVhen in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping your money ,jp "your home circle?. POOLE & PURLLANT, FLORIST, Winchesler, Ky. . 10:25 a. m. IocJ Terms Cash V... S3 Cincinnati- - JaoksocTill limited, 10:52 a. m. So. 9 Maysville-Staisfor- d local Cincinnati connection at Paris j ritt arrives at G:30; departs at ':35 p" m N.- 31 CincinnAti-Atlan- U limited X L GILBERT , & CO. FOR SALE 500 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shack. J. II. Croston, Home phone. 813-A. - Home Phone 37 J. M. STEVENSON Attomey-at-Law She tomed. I am me in the way afraid you can't support 1 have been accusali- 1152 p. m. He Why er er how much mony have you been getting? A v. 4 Northteani !M Atlanta-CincEiii- 60 S. Main Si'. linritetf Winch-- . Ky. ti Capital - - IIOO.OCO 2 a. m. Staaforl-May3n- ll MEAN I.NSINOaTJPN Pari-- ,far due at 7:15, leaves at 722 No. 38 Knoxrille-Cincinna- ti No. 10 tnnectine - loca: Cincinnati Undivided Profits. 1200.000 ' E. E. LOOM IS Auctisneer MWMmy-lwMw- f, a m. THE W,U spe11 6Uccesa- - n oooooooooooooooooooooooooo The reason your rival can af- ford to" advertise is "because ho ?j O advertises. 33 limited 5:37 p. m. All arc ;daily,v except Nos. 9 ace 10, which are daily esccpt Sunday. CHESAPEAKE N.. 28: departs 223p.m Winchester Bank PENDLETON, 1USH IUW 4f i" . WINCHESTER. KY. N. H. ' WITHERSOON. .,"'3I ' President. Wi iC SprfJR. , '' . ! Atlorneys-at-I-fc- y atb Floor McEldowneyB-il- at-a- ck k 8Hl. uCj m. -- He Was the Doer. beiedrbj:, sualttiaatoria. t- , t, riSifr Section of ies promptly.,, . , For eale by All Druggists. J- ..r X'jMnibmtfcout mot or contain wty. iStk MWjWMMM K exquisite trefiure. faiV jHt.'IM .mMM tocktscat for IriW-f- Tr at. lBcxhBitib, source' of 'pure re iP. ' WL;-i- Y4 rhmiJA,.h "So you want a position in my firm!" said the fat man with the thick' gold chain. "Well, what were you in jour last job?" "A doer, sir," answered the sad " eyed applicant. "Wha.fs that?" askd the employer. "Well, sir," said the sad'eyed one. The Cheap Tragedian .(after having "I was the doer, and the rest were been bit with a head' of cabbage) the tellers. When my guv-no- r wanted Thank you. my friends for this head a thing done he would tell the cashier, of cabbage. Now, will omB'One 'dothe cashier would tell it to his assistnate a ham? ant, his assistant would tel'. it to the Boy in 'Gallery lou'e do answer. chief clerk and the chief clerk would tell it to me." " Doesn't ay. "And .what would happen then?" No business pays so poorly. coasW-erin- g "Well, sir," replied the sad eyed ap the number of en eagaead la plicant, as I hadn't anyone to ll, as onrgiary, ou Louis GIobe-DeK- tlon it to, rd do If s... ocrat . Etstkoimtf. Ko. 26, Daily,' Ex. Sun. . .845 a. So. 22. Daily- 1240 p. o. 28, UaUy JK Baa . r. ..." v A. - Jt- - Bm To. 24, Daily ,9 ip p. 5 to. Jjbitr Kmm Ml -- w v dr. .. m. IWn tz-.- 4 M.' -- ? ''I f 'aA No. --27, Daily, Ex. Sun.. .0112 am. -No. 21, Ddly .. T48 a. in. 2-p. m. to. 25, Daily Ex Saa No. 23,. Daily . WNtkMtC ...2 - WINCH csteh: KV. SOLICITS YOUR ... ... fe ill ; " ' ' IW&BH.T hanjii' received jrtille picklBg.or linecid frnR..'i--T tbem ip.clBBJ fteverwic ler. wipe lightly aBd waile yet UloTst .strike a Mptai match and ; ReTgrc ,Uat rWce is beat ) 4$ FIBE tToid your Jwiias Arowid It jn to uatrarse; and tWie isihat.wkic pese of all tniBga ana airacu airuisga. eaten tbe smojte, aBa.ue - - L C' disappear: - . -l X ' "tfe. - --Marcus 4upitii. Jo ..remote.' the stalps iand Sairw. Jtrpip.' ypur -the-aes- Ji sTROiiinrs. t. .'S r . -- ;i5r u mui .- Mkr - it - . .. ' v - til --- t. - l .St- -, ,iz'V-.-JS-'s t r, ' - t - . u -j r tIiV f i XJr---'-ww 5' ' i . i it9Kt.ji'4nb - y-- a&2 r F A'.' if " ' "iivViwT ' cjt .B m I ii i tl THE WINCHESTER NEWS BIG BANKRUPT SALE IN FULL BLAST . Everything marked in plain figures in red ink. fered in this sale. Every article in the store is Below are a few of the many bargains: $ 6.00 ONE PRICE TO up-to-d- ate ALL No old stock will be and the very lastest styles. of-he- w, Suits bankrupt sale 8.00Suits, bankrupt sale 10.00 Suits, bankrupt sale 12.00 Suits, bankrupt sale 13.50 Suits, bankrupt sale 15.00 Suits, bankrupt sale Men's vSuits . i$3.50 $3.00 50c Neckties at 25c Neckties at 15c Arrow Brand Collars 25c lis 5c Only 3 to a customer. .$5.00 S6.00 $7.50 $650 A FEW EXTRA SPECIALS $3.50 and $4.00 Crawford Shoes for $5.00 FJorsheim Shoes for $2.50 Shoes $2.00 Shoes $1.50 Shoes All Ladies', Buys' and Children's Shoes below cost. e. SHOES $1.98 $2.51 and $3.51 $1.61 $1.49 $ .98 50 dozen Men's Odd Pants, the best and finest PRICE. that can be made, at From 25 to 30 dozen Flannel Overshirts at ONE-HAL- F ONE-HAL- F PRICE. About 1,000 Hats, all colors, sizes, shapes and PRICE. kinds at All of our Men's and Boys' Sweaters at ONE-HALF ONE-HAL- F PRICE. 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 3.50 Knee Suits, now J4.00 Knee Suits, now J4.50 Knee Suits, now $5.00 Knee Suits, now $5.50 Knee Suits, now $6.00 Knee Suits, now All-wo- ol $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.25 $2.75 $2.98 $3.25 $3.50 Remember the sale is being conducted in the same store room formerly occupied by B. Frank, on North Main Street in the Jones' Building, Winchester, Ky. H. Friedman, Manager. P.H. DAVIS ESS al i the doctor and not the diug A GAVEL OF PEOPLE'S FORUM needed. Christian people, there are som-l- o or 20 men and boy engaged in OF THE SABBATH DAY this woik on Sundays who had jtisv MUCH NTEREST better be in .is well and a grchl-ulcTo The Eidtor of the New.-,-: I expect eveiy Sunday School. 1 am glad ycu have arranged it mi Sunday School in the city would be Will be Made From a Tree Planted Having rented my farm I will offer public sale. that any citizen can adjust the by "Old Hickory," Andrew Jack benefitted and reinforced if the of the community, by calling ibovc suggestion could be cariieil son. the to attention out. rt I usually through this column. Washington. I). C, Feb. .5. The 10 o'clock, a. m., on my place near Becknerville, on! read with a good deal of interest Would you enjoy having Ungavel to be u?ed by the Southern the Lombs Ferry Pike, 8 miles from Winchester, the fol .Mich articles as stiike at the root charge -t again.-- t you, that you are in Commercial Congi ess in Nashville, the lea.- to blame for this erudition? lowing personal property : of things immoral, or practices that Would you feel good to have il (April 8 to 10, is being prepared by One lead to immorality. horse mule. 2 Oliver steel beam breaking; plow.-Onthe Ladies' Hermitage AsMjeiation. said, "1 must keep open or my cusSue Dccriii binder, good as new. niaic mule. 'Much that ha been wiitten has tomers will trade elsewhere?'' It will be made of hickory from a One hoi?e mule. .0::e Avery combined drill, gcod a without doubt done good, and pracAnd then I understand there is a tree planted by "Old Hickory,' AuOne horse mule. new. tices have been corrected just by ."ounsr array of men in grocery di ew Jackaou, when he erected the .One ffeldiii". bv Dolan One ton"ueIciS cutlinir hanow. calling .the, attention of the public Surfday mornings up till ten tomb to his wife, in Chief, combined, and broke to One Dceiing mower. Especially 'h "cloek. There can be no justifiable to ther-- practices. The Nashville meeting of the Condrive. smoothing harrow. 'One this true when it is -- hown that xcuse for a custom that works our gress comes just one 'hundred years ,One ;reldinr, Iiy Dolan One Hcmis tobacco setter. many of the questionable customs o! fellow man in this sort of way. liter the outbreak of the War of Chief. Extra nice and unbrokc. One Kentucky shoe drill, our time, aud of our city life are Let's awake ,to the condition of 1S12. in which "Old Hickory took ijne mare, by 1'ea Vine. One com planter. due to the demands made by an un- our demands, and if we find they aie such valiant part aud just fifty "S. Estra ulee driver and foaled to One steel iron roller. thinking public. s outlined above, then let's fact years after the Battle of 'Shiloh. in ,c jack. One uulvauizcd tank. For instance. I will give you ai bout, and demand of the others of Tennessee. Dining each of the n T)ne marker. cow. with V'le example in' the thing that is to be th '.ie public and t!icfc storekeepers, vears. 1911 to 1!H.". special graveK old calf by her .side. Kxtin ;:ood One ocd wajjen and bed. burden of this letter, namely: Hie that they bp alowed to conduct their will be ued by the Southern Com- - j One hay frame. 2 tobacco frames. It milker. Sunday wpik of 'the drug business along lines laid cut by Di- niercial Congress, as its great meet- - j Jersey cow. thor- - Two double-shovel- s. j5ne We have I believe, ding stoics,' vine methods, and especially in re- ings are intended to emphasize the oiiirhbred, and giving milk. Two tobacco plow. and all of them remain open all day gard to resting one day cf the contrast between conditions of to- - j heifers. Extra tine. Corn Double and tinirle trees. 3i 7o0-Isame, or prac- long on Sunday, the day and conditions of earlier days. A. D. JL'STER. U fed since the middle of November. One Mover rubber tire road wagon. tically :?o. a on any other day of the At Atlanta, last March, the gav- - j SO I2."i-U- ). c.od as new. floats. week, and each one has ou duty, HOW COLD AFFECTS ol used by the Congress typified a 7f nivc Western ewes. Duo to Iamb Lot ( f locust posts two or more men through the hcui new union of the South, there being THE KIDNEYS. - February 13. Will be told in lot Six cattle troughs. in which Sunday School and other in the head of the gavel sixteen-pieceLot of woven wire fence. . Pif25. .. church services arc being held in our of wcod. each piece contribAvoid taking cold if your kidneys $ nice brpodjsows. Due to farrow Some cron in crib. churches. uted by the Commissioner of AgriCold congests arc sensitive. the March l.j. I have beentold that thK is large- kidneys, throws too much work upon culture of the State represented and Lot of shredded f (Alder, 3 set.4 gear. tne thorongjibred l)uroc boar, cul- - Set of buggy harness, lard, kettle ly due lo the demands of the people, them, and weakens their action. Se- all th.; pieces together grouped New 'Departure walking: many oftbem Cunstutns, wlio wifii- -' rious kidney trouble and even around :a.;p:,ece from-WVirginia, One iron boiler. X tivators. X out thiukingare, giving .orders on Bright's the state that was formed out of the may disease roMilt. " f Plymouth Kock pulIcU. ""C Vulcan breaking wooden bean the'drug "scores oh Sunday morning Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of crash and distress of the war beLet cf chicken coops. t . for ;hingsiliai could jusfc as wqli the pain and sorencs-s-, build .them up tween the states; The handle of tl:e ip,ows- jjjf Some: Household Furniture, and other things too ha've been "gotten 'on Saturday.' or by the timely use of Foley Kidney gavel was made 'from'ii piece of ;an ' flia r conldj wai Without iiicouycu umerous mention. , ' . Pjlls They jvilj- cure any case of elm from the.White House grounds Monday.' ' kidney or bladder trouble not o'eyond in 'Washington, the "tree having been' lence " TERMS $20.00 and under cash ; over amount Does it not seem unreasonable planted by John Quincy Adams, the teg-)tiablnote, payable in 4 months without interest. - that an agreement might not be the reach of medicine. Xo medicine Xew England President. can do more. " reached- - by the drug stores of our For Sale bv All Drusgists. city to all close on Sunday, at least Only registered pharmacists han. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. Winchester, Ky. for the fibnrs between 930 a. ni., The nicest and most dle your perscription at the Brown-Proctorand J. p. m. If there should be a perfumes and toilet articles at the Pharmacy. Absolute accase of sickness during that tifce so Browh-Proctor- ia si The curacy guaranteed. Pharmacy Thtf store 'of urgept as"nbf to be able to wait, then store of quality. quality. Public Sale Stock and Farming Implements at e Welding Of Automobile Parts. Oxy-Acetyli- ne I have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit. af-fai- is WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1912, bile Parts such as cylinders, crank cases and all other parts of Automobiles, Milling; Machinery, We weld all metals with the and they are as strong or stronger than new. guaranteed. Oxy-Acetyli- ne Specially Adapted to Welding: Automo- at Farm Machinery, Gas Engines, Etc. Torch All work CHAS. HAGAN, Machine and Repair Works, Corner Broadway and Highland Xs.-bvill- e. J e th Makes your hair grow long, heavy and luxuriant and we can prove u a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Get Scalp and Dandruff Danderine ' J b. I Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lustrous and Abundant After a Danderine Hair Cleanse Danderine is to the lu:rwhat fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates ar.d strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimula-ti.i- g properties cause the and hair to grow abundantly long, strong .and beautiful. It at once imparts a sparkling brilliancy and velvety softness to the hair, and a fewr weeks use will cause new Iia!r to sprout all over the scalp. Use it every day Yor a short time, after which two or three times a week will be sufficient to complete whatever growth you desire. Immediately after applying a little dandruff will disappear, all itching f the scalp- will cease and there will be' no more loorj or falling hair.' If you wish to double the beauty of your hitr in ten minutes surely try this moisten a cloth with a little Datidtrine and draw it carefully through your hair, taking pnesiuall strand at a time, this will cleanse the luir of du3t, dirt or any excessive oil In a few moments your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant and possess an hjcomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. If you care for beautiful, soft hair and lots jf it surely get a 25 cent bottle of ICcowI-ton- 's Danderine from any drug store o; Uilet counter A real surprise awaits you. et t to - that E. R. ALLEN, tc ia s Read The News