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I ? ,5 V0LUIIE7; No. 95. plfHE WINHIS$ER NEWS "- 4 WEATHO A Shade WariMr Jtaritay (?) - WINCHESTER, i KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1912. i 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A CLARK COUNTY they are eligible for appointment ' ly as clerk. on- i Applicants must be physically sound, and male applicants must foe MAN HONORED not less than 5 feet 4 inches in height without boots or shoes, and weight not less than 125 pouuds without overcoat or hat. Fetkw-Cler- ks in.PostefSce at Louis For application Wanks and for ville Present Handsome Watch full information relative to the examination, qualifications, duties, salCharm to Mr. Robert B. Tuttle. aries, vacations, promotions, etc., ,,3r. Robert B. Tuttle, formerly of addjress immediately TV.. R. OWEN, this county lias been honored by his, Temporary Secretary, Board of .hrotbcr-clcrk- s e. in the Louisville Civil Service Examiners, Post-offic- e, The' Louisville Times says : Winchester, Ky. "Mr. Robert B. Tuttle recently transferred from the Louisville post-olfito the Coffeyville, Ivan., office, INVITATIONS FOR was presented with a beautiful engraved watch charm by his brother-cleifHEARST BANQUET in the Louisville office as a token of the esteem in which he was Are Extended to Newspaper Men held by his fellow clerks and post-officce cs of The State by Frankfort Press in Uncle Sam's service. TV. H. Stouffcr made the presentation Club. speech. Mr. Tuttle accepted the gift Newspaper men of the state have in a short but eloquent talk. Mr. Tuttle goes West on account of his received invitations to attend the banquet to be given at the Capital health." Hotel, Frankfort, "in honor of William Randolph Hearst on February 14, FOURTH NUMBER and also to serve on the" committee to receive him. The invitation fol OF LECTURE COURSE lows: "You are cordially invited to cometo Frankfort, Wednesday, February 14, to serve on a committee to re ceive tne iion. William Randolph Hearst ofNew York City, to be present at a dinner at the Capital Hotel given in his honor. Mr. Hearst will be the" gliest of the Frankfort newspaper men while in this city. He has been invited to come to Kentucky and address the General Assembly. "As Mr. Hearst is the most dis tinguished editor in America and one of the ablest statesmen it it needless to add that you will be highly entertained during the day. You will also have an opportunity to visit the Cap itol and see our lawmakers in action. "Please let me know at .your ear liest convenience if you will be with us. An Evening of Mr. PhitfeKa Impersonation Rice with at Kentucky Wesleyan Celege. Phidelia Rice' will give a rendition of 'David Garrick" at the chapel of K. W. C, on Tuesday evening, February IS,' at 8 o'clock. Mr. Rice gave ''The Peaceful last year at the original Chautauqua, Chautauqua, N. Y., one evening before more than 5000 people. At the close of the ttiour and a hak rendition he was called back twice by the large audience. Two nights later he gave "David Garrick" and at the close the Chautauqua Salute was started in the audience and wildly taken up a most unusual ovation as Bishop Vincent usually starts this salute from the platform and it is given but a few times in an enti-season. For example, during the past summer it was given in honor of British Ambassador Bryce as he rose to speak asd to Waller Unruled as Lc appeared with his orchestra of fifty pieces. The ovation, therefore, vhich Mr. Rice received from this large, audience was one of the most unusual on record. This incident should be enough in itself to inspire interest in his coming to this city. Val-lej'- ," Shelbyville, John Polin, of SpringSTROK E field, TV. S. Smith, of Tompldnsville, SUFFERS and TV. A. Price, of Covington. Those voting against a favorable report were Harry Schoberth, of OF PARALYSIS WOOD RESIGNS Versailles, TV. V. Perry, of Russell-vill- e, M. C. Kirk, of Paintsville, and B. S. Wilson, of Moiehead. Aged Citizen is Critically III. Is One Was The Fourth of His Family to The .result of the report is to put of The Wealthiest Men in Madison Hold Federal Post. Two Couples the bill in thciorders of the day,' and it is likely to bring about a. liquor County. Are Married. fight stronger than was waged Mt. Sterling, Ky., Feb. 9. Mr. ! against the County Unit bill. Richmond, Ky., Feb. 9. Hon. TV. Two sessions of the Senate for the TV. Watts, the wealthiest and one of Stanley O. Wood, who has served as the most prominent citizens of this United States Commissioner in this first time this year were held Thurscity for the past year, has tendered day. During the morning session a city, suffered a stroke of paralysis his resignation to Federal Judge bill was passed amending the Sulli- of the right side at his home here Cochran, to take effect as soon as van school law, providing that within Thursday night. Owing to his age, one year county high school must about 70 years, his condition is rehis successor is appointed and quali be established at the county seat of garded as serious. Mr. Watts is a fied. Mr. Wood gives up the place for each county if no arrangements for large land owner in Texas and Kenthe reason that his other business a count- h'gh school have been made. tucky. In and around Emma, Texas, he owns thousands of acress of cotton will not allow him the time to give A bill was passed giving 'Commissioner Clay of the Court of Appeals plantations, the town being named to the work of the Government. Mr. ' for his only daughter, Emma. Wood is the fourth member of the a stenographer. Most of the afternoon session was Wood family to serve as a United 'He owns the finest private resiStates Commissioner, the other three devoted to hearing the reports of dence in Eastern Kentucky, located ' being his grandfather, Major A. T. standing committees, opposite the State Normal School in Practically all the morning ses- this city. Several years ago he reWood; his father, John C. Wood, and his uncle, Henry S. Wood, the latter sion in the Senate was devoted to tired from active pursuits, but mainthe reading of bills. two now dead. ' tained his interest in public affairs, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt will being a warm It is not known whom Judge Cochadvocate of the comnot address the Kentucky General mission form of government ran will select to fill the vacancy for citby Commissioner Wood's Assembly during this session. Sena ies, having made a study of the fa tor Brock Thursday sent to both mous Galveston plan. Mr. Watts is retirement. branches of the Legislature a letter widely known in this county and desent to him by the connected wath some of its foremost At the residence of Mr. William clining the invitation, .saying that families. Hn is an uncle of Col. Knox, near the Levee, this. comity, he was "not making speeches at this Th omas J. Smith, secretary to Govevening, Mr. Jo.-ep-h on Tuesday M. time," but that he "would be glad ernor MeCrearv. Hniulian was quietly marired to Miss to come to Kentucky if Ihe was makEddie Knox, the ceremony being witing public addresses." He gave an nessed by a few friends and relatives expression of thanks for the honor. NEW YORK DEALER The bridegroom is a prosperous and As it .was 'bill day in the House successful young farmer and stockBUYS FINE HORSES another flood of bills went into the man. The bride is an attractive and hopper. Among them were several popular young woman. Rev. II. D. bills offered bv Mr. John G. Stoli, one Clarke was the officiating minister. to save the heads 'of the appointive Finds Only Four to His Liking, One COMMISSIONER wishes to explain that it was deemed advisable to sell the WATERWAYS quaiters, and invest in better soup beef. This venture is bringing joy to the CONFERENCE hearts of many a destitute family, and also to the promoters and those who volunteer service. The wonder To Be Held in Connection fnl work will be continued until the Southern Commercial Centres at weather moderates.. Nashville on April HEAD OF AMERICAN 0. Washington, D. C., Feb. 9. Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, President of Ihe 'Southern Commercial Congress To Resign Presidency Chairman of the has sent out letters to a number df She leading men of the nation invitAnd Become ing them to a Waterways Conference n officers in Lexington when the city Myers and Mrs. Elizabeth goes over to the commisMon form of Stamper, both of this county, were government. married at Hope Station by Rev. B. The House bills introduced include JI. Reynold?. The bridegroom is 72 one by Mr. Owen, of Ballard, who years old and has br.on twice married wants taxpayers, who are aggrieved before, while the bride is 69 years over action of tax supervisors,- to old and this is her econd wedding. have jury trial of reasonableness of . their action. "Respectfully, 'Mr. 3IfCulrc offered a bill to abol"FRANKFORT PRESS CLIJB." CLARK PLACED IN ish capital 'punishment in Kentucky. Mr. McQlure offered another bill to T "AN EVERYDAY GIRL" abolish the office of Commonwealth's TV. TV. - of Them Being Mare Owned to be held in Nashville during Ihe period of the Southern Commercial Tobacco Company, Ltd. Congress, April 8 to 10. (President New York, Feb. 8. James B. Duke Fletcher has made the point in these very shortly will resigu from the letters that organizations existing presidency of the American Tobacco for the benefit of a definite water Company to become chairman of the ways project, and the great NationBritish-AmericTobacco iCompany, al 'Rivers and Harbors Congress, with its chief office in 'London, working for the expenditures of vast Ltd., except as affect it was announced late Wednesday at annual stand-poin- t, ing rates, the business management offi the American Tobacco 'Company ces, with this annoncement was of such a vast enterprise as is will be represented by the investment of half coupled the statement that he billion dollars. Consequently, ihe succeeded as president of the Amer subjects that will be discussed in the ican company by Pereival Hill, long Waterways Conference in Nashville a Duke's desire in making the change will be these: 1st. Shall the decision for or it was explained, was to devote himagainst a waterway project rest for self to the extension of the business compauy. favorable report solely in the hands of the British-America- n engineers? which now lies principally in China. af 2nd. Does the government own India, Australia, Canada, South Af ership of the waterways of the coun- rica and continental Europe. ry carry with any responsibility for jovernmental administration when leveloped? 3rd. Should developed waterways be controlled as the railroads are WANT GAS DILLS CUT sontrolled, in order to avoid cutthroat competition and, probable dis Adopt Resolution Asking The Com- use? by pany to Charge Half Amounts Me4th. As the founders of the coun- British-Americaan Mallack & Shropshire. he: ingtpn, Ky., 'Feb. 9 The New York dealer, TV. A. McGibbon, why has Lcen in the Blue Grass .for several ('ays looking for some good three-gaite- IS SPLENDID PLAY Bill Finally Agreed Upon by House Will Be Seen at Winchester Opera House on Saturday Night, Febru- Committee For Favorable Report to That Body. 9. The Ky.. Feb. (Frankfort, Houso Committee on Congressional Redisricting met Thursday nigh) and decided to rrport favorably a ibill providing for the following fhauges in the 'ongcivsional dis ary 10. Able Cast. IMPROPRIATION -- FOR '. GOVERNOR'S MANSION Steps Looking to The Purchase of a Site Will Within Probably be Started a Short Time. . Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 9. Governor McCreary Thursday signed the House bill appropriating $73,000 for the erection of a new Governor's Mansion. The "bill carries an clause and steps looking to the purchase of a site will probably .be' started wit'.in a short time emer-gen- To .a discriminating audience "An Everyday Girl," appeals irrcsistibly and the peculiar characterizations drawn from the beautiful lands of Virginia, with their quaint manners brings and many conventionalities op memories of travel or descriptions read. The play gives great opportunities for scenic picturesque- ness, which is fully embraced. The immense success of this play proves that this class of high class pure, wholesome comedy finds favor ev erywhere. There is much interest on the announcement of its appearance at the Winchester Opera House on Saturday night, February 10. trict: Butler county is taken from tin Third district and placed in the Fourth. Hart county is taken from the Fourth and placed in the Third dis- - cy SB t. ' HI . SERVICE EXAMINATION examination for clerk and carrier will be held at the postoffice in .this ity on March 2, 1912. .v Age lanit, 18 to 4o years, on the .date of the examination. Married women will not be admitted to the examination. This pro hibition, however, dees not appiy. to nromcn who are divorced or those who are separated from .their ihus- but. v jka&s and support themselves, ' I "H V '" r . ?An b trie'r. Clark, Powell and Estill counties are taken from the Tenth district and placed in the Seventh district. Adair and Casey cor.::t:"s arc taken from the Eleventh district and placed in the Eighth. Menifee, Morgan, Wolfe, Montgomery and Elliott coutnies are taken from the Tenth District and placed in the Ninth. CASE Rockcastle county is taken from the Eighth district and placed in the Eleventh. Jackson, Owsley, Perry and LetchPretty Telegraph Operator Declares Edward Hines Attempted to Bribe er counties are taken from the Eleventh district and put in the Tenth, Her to Show Telegram. and Lawrence county is taken out of Washington, Feb. 0. A sensation the Ninth and put in the Tenth disiwjis sprung in the Lorimer Committee trict. hearing Thursday when Miss Helen Tile House Committee on Kentucky Margaret Seavers, a strikingly pretty Statutes Thursday reportfed favorgirl of 20, who is employed as a tele- ably the bill introduced by Repregraph operator in the New Willaard sentative E. B. Thompson repealing Hotel, in Washington, testified that the act which prohibits the shipment Edward Hines, of Chicago, million- of intoxicating liquor from wet teraire 'umbennan, had tried to bribe ritory in Kentucky into dry territory. her to show him a telegraph message The members of the Kentucky sent to Detective A. C. Bailey, whose Statutes Committee who voted for testimony, has been introduced to ilis- - the favorable report ore Stanley witness. credit a Hines-'LorimReed,Jof Maysville, John Holland, of ION HER er d Eastern types of horses He has r.. turned to New York. found but four horses to his liking. Three of thesfe wert purchased from local dealers and the fourth frcm Math f.k & Shropshire, of WinchesAttorney, except in counties having ter. cities of first and second classes. ' Tho mare is a daughter of the Dr. Douglass. Increasing the penSouthern Kentucky sire. Red Bird. alty for uttering a fraudulent check. Writer Baker has sold to Daniel He offered another to regulate child Ilanr.a, of Columbus, a weight carlabor. d saddle horse for Chairman Dickey, of the Appropri- rying a good substantial figure. The horse-iations Committee, reported to the by a son of Black Squirrel, dam House that on January 31 last, thare - by L'luc Grass Ilambletonian, being was in the State Treasury $223,of their plans for cleaning up the city, 030.97, and outstanding warrants to as will be noted, a cruns-brc- d saddle and trotting horc. which lias was presented by Mr. Smith in the the amount of $353,028.43, showing been responsible for many 'high class Board of Aldermen and referred to a deficit of $329,397.48. The esitinated revenue for the two walk, trot and canter 'horses. The the Ways and Means Committee foi The ordinance prois given as horse is a good weight carrier and is consideration. fiscal years, $7,200,000 for each year. The pro said to be the- best nualitied horse vides for the revision of Section 121. posed appropriations by the House that has left Lexington in five years. Revised Ordinances, which outline?-membership were shown as $1,353, district in which saloon licenses 617. To date the House has almay not be issued, by amending it AND to include all the territory east of ready passed appropriation bills calling for $200,000. Walnut street and lying between FIFTY-TPERSONS Third and Main streets. Mr. Owings, of the Agricultural The" resolution in regard to the Committee, reported to the House the bill No. 53, making appropriations Are Served at Soup House Thursday Central Kentucky Natural Gas Company was not taken up as a regular for the State Fair. The committee And Large Number on Friday. joint resolution, but was introduced cut the proposed appropriation from in an informal way and voted upon $135,000 to $66,000. Generous Contributions. without calling the roll. It states Standing Committees Report. One hundred and fifty-tw- o persons the inconveniences to which the citi- The Senate convened at 2:45 o'clock and the rules were suspended were served at the soup house on zens have been put by the inadequate so as to permit the reports of Thursday, and a largo number on . supply of gas during the cold ler. the expense of putting in coal standing committees. The Sedate morning session began Contributions for Thursday's serv- -. fixtures in place of the gas burners warm, , and the in- tin order at 10:10 o'clock, Bisbbp Penic-- of- ing "were: 25 loaves of creased bills with a reduced gas fering the invocation. F. C. Singleton, and reasons why the reduction Senator B. M. Aruett and Senator bread. should be made. A copy of the res- Thomas presented petitions against A friend, $1. olution "will be presented to the gas Senator Newconub's automobile bill. Yie Bloomfield. $1. company. Senator Brock sent to the clerk's Tom Boone, 50 cents. desk a communication from 'Colonel A lady friend, $2.50. SALE RETORTED. Roosevelt thanking the Senate for Another ladv friend, all vegetables ' J the invitation to address the general necessary for the day's supply. H. R. Watts, auctioneer, reports assembly, but stating that it would Joe Powell, $1. the sale of Mrs. Anna Hall at 281 be impossible to accept. friend, four cans. of tomatoes Winn avenue, on Febrnary8, as at-Lady tended by an extra large crowd. friend, two cans of tomatoes. Other friends, in small contribu- - Household goods of all kinds brought Th Best Eating. extra good prices, with, bidding spir- The test thlags which ye eat aw tions, $1.72. yourselves or wkleh those 7 who contributed the wo ited. The house and lot were not To those your children earn. Mohammed. V of ibeaf the committee- - offered. , three-gaites 1912-1913, try knew nothing of nower, should we not develop, out- ide of partisan strife, a body of Lexington, Ky., Feb. 9. The Gen- law that shall permit the double use eral Council at its regular meeting of waterways without unnecessary held Thursday night passed a reso- delay? Leland J. Henderson. Secretary lution asking the Natural Gas Comof the Mississippi to Atlantic Inlatid. view of the poor results obpany, in tained by consumers during the cold Waterways Association, and Seeresupply, to cut tary of the Commercial Association, weather from the gas in half the bills for January and of Pensacola, Fla., has been invited February. They also confirmed the to the chairmanship of this conferappointment of Mr. L. P. Spurr at ence. a member of the Board of Publii INVITATION Works, of Mrs. A. M. Hornbrook as RECEIVES TO ATTEND BANQUET Assistant City Clerk and Stenographer, and of Mr. P. J. Gormley ar Mr. T. M. Morrow has received no- Assistant City Jailer. J1UM n if i n tico from the r raniaon rresi. iu A measure, drawn by the Execusecretary, Mr. E. F. D. tive Committee of the Moral Im- through its serve on a committee to reprovement League in forwarding Mbs, to ters Shew For January and ruary. Febbydro-eiectne - a ceive the Hon. William Randolph Hearst at a dinner to be given in Mr. Hearst's honor Wednesday, (February 14. Mr. Hearst has been invited to come to Kentucky and address thfe Jcneral Assembly, and he has acepted the invitation. ONE-HUNDR- ED WO BOARD TO MEET The County Board of Education' will meet Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. i;f TOO LATE TO CLASSfY . - LYRIC THEATRE Loves Moulds Labor. (Pathe.) SacriMc. Southern's Soldiers' weath-Frida- y. (Yitagraph.) Victim of Circumstances. - (Bid-grap- h.) Today is Associated' Charity dfy. Children matinee tomorrow, 5 FOR SALE Son. FOR RENT 3 upstairs, rooms, bth and gas, near college. Tenn paMe 164. LOST A lady's silver chatabo purse Thursday afternoon near the cm Main street. Had sotte post-office cis. sup-'pl- y. Shelled cents per bushel. corn at .85 S. Renaker 'k ! . 1 A change in it .Liberal rmurd tin return to ewwerMrs. Fred Dtfem ofllce. or to RoUiBsfat't V tr " hind-quarte- rs I. . IHE Mm, aroiER NEWS W-ll- l Seuth Main Street, WincbtBtar. KwtMcky. Daily, Except Public OF 3P A THE WWCHMlE JIEWS. BALD-HEADED I3 UN UIU31 Ltf IICIL." J t,. woman. Who could love and marry a I will offer Public Sale, my farm, on the Mt, . maner, as secona-cias- s woman? What charms, XBterea V miles from JFoTBber 28, i08, at the postoffice .Sterling and Winchester turnpike, 7 could on0 array to offset such a dis- 1 TitaeHi.Store.rop . ia Winchester, Kentucky, under the Chester figurement ? ; of March 3, 1879." let A woman's goal is usually love and marriage. Her crowning glory is her There is only are world's Both Phones 91. hair.' The loss of mars "her 10:00 o'clock, a. m. the following "described beauty, happiness, her hair 1912, and success. Yet, : is Cyphers. one property : f SUBSCRIPTION RATES: right here in Winchester, theie are thousands of women who are negBy Mall. 1 peny mare, fancy. 2 breaking plows. lecting of injuring their hair to such 2 double shovels. $3.00, 1 good driving msre. Dually, .one year an extent that it is only a matter of bmbVbbbmb-'i2 plows. 1.50 1 horse-mul- e, Biz Months time when it Avail be utterly ruined. STANDARD 1 cultivator. 23 1 mare-multYPHERS INCUBATORUse JAonta IV Many women destroy the bennty of Fire PraofedrlnsuraMe. 1 onrn shnllpr. . '. 1 horse mule, Payable in Advance. their hair through thoughtlessness or . hor&e-mul- c, 1. Wagon and busgy harness? , ignorance of certain facts. Tlicy " of chief in 1 good milch cow, fresh. l'age wire stretchers. The RATES: . ABVERTtflM use curling irons or to : 3 milch cows, springers. Page hand stretchers. excess, which destroys the natural 3 yearling calves. . Shovels aud double diggers. .15 aay dittea ... oil of the hair, causing it to split, temperawill one a sensative 100 ewes, now lambing. I McEwan digger. withut WMk.. .60 break, and conic out. They do not to a fraction of a of a 3 calves. Picks, shovels, spades, hoes grubbing 1.00 Om mak. eostiMuuly hoes, crowbars, rock hammers, shampoo their hair often enough, or w ileComick strippers, almost new. hgdir o--, eeatameaily- - 3.00 of Second, ease loo often. They uso soaps or pre)- 1 good stivers stripper. sledges. 2.40 ttmc mdu, 4 time a wA a rations which contain ingredients 1 gool hay frame. 4 good combs. Jog chains. it will not lose its in all Third, device so wall PaW'WMkbt tkrae tisa aa waek. 1.80 positively 'harmful to the scalp-an1 McCormick mower. Meat of 8 hogs; lard 300 lbs.' accuracy, of holding an even temperaage.. efficiency Warn aaka, two tinea a. waak. . .1.20 hair. ... 1 Deeriug twiiic binder. New Jlowe scales. success. MmAm MtOm Pw Line: As a result of such treatment, 1 Kuitbanks scales. "wagon. .75 da id ni II' is created, t he hair loosens, vaafca, oaa tuss a wack. 1 Bemis tobacco setter. of Many Superior Kettles, grind stoucj saws, wedges, us explain See us to-d- ay loses color, falls out, and baldness BaainiM notices, body type. 1 Columbus buggy, new. etc. a commences, unless proper and headia. . . 15o 1 Kauffmau runabout. JPmm raiding, 1. iair platform scales. ' prompt precautions are taken in time Vbaa aofitiiiaous iaaartioaa of same 1 Kentucky wheat drill. I pair counter, scales. I rate. 1 Hamilton disc harrow. m. at douhle tha oa-tiagain, microbes aud certain dis- -' 1 cider mill; 1 corn drill. cases bring about unhealthy scalp It's, a pleasure tp show you. Come to-daC1mMM Par War: Idl) 1 Avery disc harrow. sacks. J and hair conditions. 200 barrels corn in crib. lc L Blackhawk corn planter, new. 0ka iaaartipiH any editioa Almost any woman may rid herself 2 1 wheat fan. 400 shocks of fodder. Chzaa iasertions eontinnoasly of dandruff and diseased scalp and. 1 tooth harrow. Huick automobile, runabout. Bmak three additional insertions. hair if she will but use- the right rem-edDm eahadar ao eontmaoasly. .10c WINCHESTER, KY. Corner Mais and Broadway We have that remedy, and we Terms made known on day of sale. VatiBBf counted less than 19 words. will positively guarantee that it will No itaa chirred am kookf for or - c'tUer eiIIC dandruff and baldness Jaaa taaa U eaata. Jlit will not cost the usdr anything. H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. iTImt's a pretty broad statement. I HIS PAPER REPRESENTED fOR FOUulGr. ADVERTISING BY THE hut we will back it and prove it 'with ambition that it seems to us well Congressman J. Campbell e will return QUININE DOESNJ Cantrill. our awn money. worth making a stubborn effort to three members of the committee. your money if you do not find that GENERAL. OFFICES realize, and many of us do have to Thursday night joined and issued a Hexall "93"' Hair Tonic is an entireNEW YORK AND CHICAGO E if wo do call for a meeting' of the committee ly satisfactory remedy that will proBRANCHES IN ALL. TrtR PRINCIPAL CITIES make a stubborn effort realize it. next Monday in Lexington at which mote hair growth and overcome THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS. We commend this recipe of our an effort will be made to set the call scalp and hair troubles: that it will How to Really Break a Severe Ccld friend for the attainment of happi- of the Cantrill faction for a primary grow hair.' even on bald heads, unles-a- ll And End All Grippe Misery In Just life in the hair roots has been ex"I have found the secret of human ness to all our readers. If we were March ll aside. A Few Hours happiness," a friend of The News all busy, all useful, all good, this The call was mailed to the niem-ben- s tinguished, the follicles closed, and It the scalp is glazed nnd shiny. "It is to he would be a pretty good old world to said the other day. of the committee Thursday night You will distinctly feel your cold good." live in. And the best part of it all by former State Senator Thomas A.' gets its uiame from .the fact that it busy, to he useful, vQbsmBBf breaking and all the Grippe sympbVbpv&SGbt There is a groat deal of truth in is that we can try the recipe without Combs, who is the member of tha grow hair in 93 out of- 100 cases, toms leaving after taking the very that philosophy. "To he busy, to he cost to us and if we fail the first committee from .the Seventh District. where it received a thoroughly hard. first dose. useful, to be good," means a great time we may try it again. Besides (Senator Combs, Hon. Henry j impartial, and practical test. It is a positive fact tuat Pape's Wo want you to try Bexall "93" deal in the workaday world about M. Coxof the Tenth District, and You surely Cold Compound, taken every two FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! us. To be busy means the use of our Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of tho Eighth . Hair Tonic at our risk. Ios anything by doing so hours, until three consecutive doses 11. Tf f nllnw r. time in such a way that little or none H.o nwHrnt Will pay you the Highest Cash everything, to gain. are taken, will end the Grippe and of it is wasted. To be useful means "Whereas, under date of February .while you have work we do in keeping busy Piiees for your Furs. StatelTou had bctter tbink ,1,is owr' an'1 break up the most severe cold, either If that the 3, 1912, three members of the ' J. W. HISEL is of some use to the rest of the Central Committee petitioned and re- then .come in and see us about this iu the head, chest, back, stomach or .Bridge Junk Shop, well repaid for limbs. world. Tp be good means to live in quested the Honorable Henry B. ' offer. You will be No. 23 North Maple st your visit to our store. Remember. It promptly relieves the most mis- -, way as to keep a conscience such a .Prewitt, Chairman thereof, to issue East Tennessee Phone 215, Homi you can get Rexall Remedies in this erablc headache, dullness, head aud void of offense toward God and man. a call for a. meeting of said Commitcommunity only at our store The nose stuffed up, fevcrishuess, sneezthat may Phone 596. , True there are sorrows tee, to'be held February 12, 1912, for Hexall Store. Phillips- Dm-- j Store, ing, sore throat, running of the nose, the good and busy and come even to the purpose of considering and takALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. 3C South "Main ' Street, u mucous catarrhal discharges, sorejthe useful. There are bound to be ing appropriate action with reference ness, stiffness and rheumatic .twinges who prove ideals not realized, friends S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will to tho attempted action of the DisBLACKSMITHING. Pape's Cold Compound is the refalse, confidences that are misplaced, never forget his terrible exposure trict Cotmnittce in and for the Sevsult of three years' research at a given where it is not respect and love to a merciless storm. "It gave me enth Congressional District in orderWhen you want good horseshoeing cost of more than fifty thousand doldeserved. But the happy man and a dreadful cold," he writes, "that ing or attempting to order a.priniary or any kind af repair work, don't the same, doing lars and contains no quinine, which woman go on just caused severe pains in my chest, so election therein for (March ICth, forget that wo do 11 kinds of work, wo have conclusively demonstrated, their work with all the heart they it was hard for me to breathe. A next, for ,the .purpose of .nominating blackthat is done in a first-claIioping that then-ideal-s is not effective in the treatment of can put into it. neighbor gave me several doses f a Democratic candidate to represent smith shop. Reasonable prices; a!' colds or grippe. will yet be realized, loving all Dr. King's New Disco.very which the Seventh Congressional District in From 25 to uOcts reduction on all old work guaranteed. Yimr patronage the more the friends that arc true, brought great relief The doctor the Congress of .the .United States to Take this harmless compound as T. M. Domigan, corner solicited. stock of Wall Paper. Don't wait come in appreciating all the more those to said I was on the verge of pneumo- be voted for at the regular .election with the knowledge that-therWinn avenue, opposite D. R. Gay's directed, early and get first choice. whom they give their love and re- nia, but to continue wiWi the Dis- in Xpvembcr, 1912, and for the furis no other medicine, made uu warehouse. One spect who arc worthy of it. anywhere else in tho world, whif-l- i. covery. I did so and two bottles ther purpose of considering any and Wc also wish to call your attention To swallow does not make, a summer and completely cured mc." will cure your cold or end grippe all other matters that might properUse only BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. the fact that our New Samples arc arriving . so the falseness of one friend, tlie this quick, safe, reliablo medicine ly come before said Committee, and: "I blamed my heart for severe misery as promptly and without any. not daily, and if you are thinking of buying betrayal of one confidence, does "Whereas, the said chairman-hafor coughs, colds, or any throat or distress in my left side for : two other assistance of bad after-effeccause us to lose faith in human and .refused to issue .said call, ycai " ft writes W. Evans, Damille, as Ja jof P,tflc's ackagjj lung trouble. Price 50c and $1.00. failed anything in our line it will" pay you to call Cold Compound, which any druggist Tirial bottle free. Guaranteed by now therefore, the undersigned mem- Ya., "but I know now it was indigesand inspect our line before buying. The busy workers sometimes enbers of the State Central Committee, tion, as Dr. King's Now Life in the world can supply. . Wc have the most complete stock we vy those who apparently have by virtue of the authority vested in completely cured me." Best for Hear "David Garrick" by Phidelia them by the party law, do hereby call stomach, liver and kidney trouble?, nothing to do. They are foolish for have ever carried aiid you will be sure to FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! ' doing so, for the idler knows he i Rice, the famous impersonator, at a meeting of the said State Central constipation, headache or debilit). find what you want. Wc also carry wasting his time and he can not the College Tuesday evening at 8 Committee, for the purpose herein 25 cents at All D"iiggisls. Will pay yon the Highest CashK i 1' . complete.line of all kinds of be happy as long as he knows it. o'clock. ( before stated. Said Committee will Prices for your Furs.. The idler can never be useful. He meet at the Phoenix Hotel, in the J. W. HISEL City of Lexington, on the twelfth day is a parasite upon humanity, wheth- STATE COMMUTE Bridge Junk Shop, -of (February, 1912, at the hour of 12 er he be rich or poor. No. 23 North Ma pie st. ... i o'clock noon. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home The good the really good not TO MEET MONDAY Fhone 596. "This February 8, 1912. have no cause to the goody-goo- d, ' "HENRY M. COX, envy anybody. They who go their "J. A. SULLIVAN. way, hewing to the line of duty and Called Together by Three Members HE WONT LIMP NOW. ' Mr. John Howe Peyton. Assistant "THOS. A. COMBS." Hgui as uie.v see 11, living none.-- i When" Chairman Prewitt Refuses to the President of the L. & N. rnil-walives and getting the example of an prices as che p as you can buy them "No more limping for Tom Moore, lias' ordered blank options to be of Cochran, Ga- - "I had a bad sore linnp; lifi in nfliorj;. cirn nnt rinlv The National Biscuit Company to Take Action. . elsewhere. will .have a demonstration at Parrish sent to 3Ir. P. L. Bell, of North , one my instep that nothing seemed good but useful .people. They inspire , .others to bea$ they arc, for there j Lexington, Ky., Feb, 9. Tollowing & Bradley2s,,jMaiu.. sjregt. store on Middletowu, with instructions to i'to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica P commence IT me u.K.ng, op- orK oi 1.7" js.japthinj; so influential with many the refusal ,,of . Denio.cratic State Saturday. ije wrft t tMs wondep.i : K. OKi a 9 on 1. l t . fuj .u is uonsou HM!xjpu-vpeople as a good example. To be a Chaiianau JlenrjvE.. Prewitt, of Mt. goon mc WALL PAPER WINCHESTER good.husband, a jjood father, a gor.d Sterling, to call .a o mepting of the The .National ,.Biseuit .Courpajyf called tho North. MiddletoWn nuttc. .old, ninning boiL ulcers", Sunday. Stock. Cron 2nd Farmine ImDlemMits. ' 1 Shorn of Her Crewn of Beauty, Loses in Love and Marriage. it..:.. bald-headed .1.3 :... .,:!,. lCllUllUt1 Now's The Time is the paying one. To at at start your Incubator going The early chick anf niiefr.oni , Wednesday, February 14, at Cyphers J - Standard. the best and that the E e, --- three elements importance incubator regulation over-heate- d, are: ...I . d two-hor- 1 fnr ara ..7e thermostat, hatching chamber ture and simplicity made a Upon the with. ture depends and let Cyphers. First regulate the degree. adjustment. parts that that the advantages Prices $15.00 to $38.00 y. y. GRUBBS & BENTON Also Agents for the 50'Egg'Cycle Hatcher j rVf at $6.50- 1 I to-h- I - si,.! cat ll-18-4- - BIG CUT OIM: WALL PAPER ss -- 'rl s ts na-tnr- e- 25-ce- -- - a 4t .. . MINE ll-18-4- Paints; Oils, Brushes and Window Glass y, at 1 7 .':i! son, a good mother, a good daugh- - Stale Central Committee .to consider Lwilbhave a demonstration t Parrish Is a worthy ambition. To be good the call for a primary in the Seventh &. Bradley's Maim street store pn tCvlu, c all'vthat,ilhe'lterSSilies on If is an District1 adopted.' Ty the friends of Saturday. Tua -, sores, riiss a treat if your fasibnrns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles." idelia Rice atNt',e College Try it. Only 23 cents at All Drug- ening. . PAIW & - rthMVn"StrettJ 4" BBBhBBKv I r it fc A GREAT MANY I if f People are taking advantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles about the house. We have the best things in the world for that purpose. All are guaranteed to do the work as represented., . JEWEIER '"Kiitheriu Scobee, daughter of Mr.,' Hubert Scobee, has been every ill croup, but is improving ' Mr. ami Mis. Charles Seott, of Hacklier street, are being congrat--ulate- d on the birth of a,, son, Russell Prewitt. ten-poun- d' J Extra Specials FOR OPERA HOUSE SAI'JW M, FEBRUARY & CLASSIFIED ADVERTISClMMTt Ic a wtrtf ftr a riaftn MViat V 10 CH.BOWEN OPTICIAN ! Mrs. T. Q. Martin, of Sellersbtug,' Ind., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. PJiil Rutledge. TH0S. H. SEWELL PRESENTS THE ROMANTIC COMEDY DRAMA YiC. sertfoaj. a wsra tat tack aiMtm yt fev HTtkH. 10c a wwtf s OC IETY Mrs. May Rose, of Watauga, and two daughters, Edna and Lilly, are visiting her grandparents, Mrs ami ' jMrs. Will Rose, at Lee City. j "An Everyday Girl" Scattvei InttrtlaM, Ic InstrtlcR. iteihiflfl Inurttf ftr mmMk. far t ftr vaja ad Mm Miss Julia Graves is in Lexington j to attend the performance of Billie' , Burke. Saturday -- tm toa ctnts. NtMn Hon. Robert' R. Friend, of Irvine, was in Winchester Friday morning. I iMr. B. R. Jouett has returned Mrs. A. B. Hopkins and little Birthday Pally. MU little jbon, Calloway, returned Friday after from a two days7 stay in Cincinnati. lovely Kate daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I). L. Pen- a week's visit to see her parents at dleton, entertained on Thursday, in Winchester. Beattyville Enterprise. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Mrs. L. M. Harrison and little honor of her eighth birthday. 'George W. Shepierd, pastor. Serdaughter, returned to their borne at About twenty guests were pre.-en- t, House. great Winchester. Friday, after a visit to vices at CourtPreachingSunday school pioved one of and the 9:30 a. m. at 11 a. rn pleasure to all. Delightful refresh-meti- is Mrs. Joe Williams. Paris News. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer mectiajg) Mr. Sheldon Williams, has return- Wednesday at 7:30 u. ru. satslO-t- f were served. ed home from Winchester, where he Appointed Officer. attended the wedding of his uncle. "David Garriek" at the College' .Grayson Laiiter, son of Superin- Elmer Hcrrvmau, 1I10 being best man Tuesday evening by l'hidelia Rice., tendent John K. Lanier, who re- and iMiss Ida Witt the 'bridesmaid. the impersonator. cently joined the navy and was sent Estill Herald. Mr. li'ufus Lisle is in Frankfurt lb a preparatory school at PortsMEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! mouth, Va., has been appointed an this week. When in need of any meal don'l Miss Nettie Locknaue, of Paris, is officer in the school cadet corps. forget that we have the old fashthe ;uest of relatives here. to ion water mill stones and do custom1 Sam K. ilodgkin left Tue-da- y accompan- Mis Stanley Jack.on, revisit relatives at Kingman, Alabama. grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite, ied by Oliss EUie McLennan, Hon. J. M. Stevenson was in David Gay's warehouse, on corner tained from Louisville, Thursday. ' fn-1 -Winn avcune. lm Mrs. Henry Jones and Mrs. II. .Frankfort several days this, week on V. Thomprn attended the reception legal business. CARD OF THANKS Mr. Tandy Mobley, of Madison given by Mrs. Jas. H. Thompson. countv, was the truest- this week of Mr. Joe Estis is very ill of We wish to thank our many his sister, Mrs. A. R. Martin. to live. and is not expected friends and relatives for their kindMr. E. W. Allan, of Cincinnati, wn ness to us following the death of 'Mr. J. H. G. nagasrd. of Hamil the the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Al- our father, Mr. Ade Webb, and aston, Ohio, is vUiting relatives in city and county. He is going on a lan for the missionary rally. sure them thay will never be forgotOliss Carrie Lee Hathaway, of ten. prospecting tour to tile cities Lexington. i visiting at the home of Klorida7 and Mnlc, AlaSadie Belle Webb. Mr. and 'Mrs. D. L. Pendleton. lia mn, with a view of locating. Abb, Je.T and Bovd Webb. Mrs. S. IX Guff. Mr. lien Buckuer 'Mr. T. C. Allan, who is engaged tyi-h'es- s and Miss Sarah Buekner are in Lcxr Hear Phidelia Rice at the College with J. C. Ellis in the tobacco ,AjJI inglon to .ee "Millie BarJj".. at lc, rne.stjay evening,.. He is an nitNL'in at Ilunliggtpn, AV muperpnntion that city soon... uiove r ss 2-dia-bel. a A ND Monday make room for our big stock of Spring goods, we will for the next two days offer all of our Silks, Chiffon, Net, White and Embroidered Waists values from $6.00 to $7.00 for A story as sweet as "Lena Rivers" by Thos. Hopkins. TRACY AND STOKELY A play that grips both the heart and the mind. Full FOR RENT. of fun. A play pulsating every moment with emotion, Goud hotel or private boarding tense, truthful, powerfully jouao with fourteen rooms, JtaUi.4, tar dramatic, bright, witty, as ami all modcrh comejiiences. Just oft" of 3!ain street, in center of mirthful Comedy. This is the same company that played Lena Rivers here last season street I'ity, very bet location in 'Winchester, l'rice right. t Hat, ; 1-- TO 2 square from 3Iain modem conveniences. Price 1(! per month. v 35c and 50c. PRICES Storeroom or office building on GALLERY 25c first lloor, has two nice rooms with about 1-- 2 modern conveniences', Seats on sale at Strode's Drug Store j.square from iTain street, l'riy $10 per month. Office in McEldowney Bui!dig BOTH PHONES all 2-- :? j- Is $2.50 This is a rare opportunity. Come in early and get first choice. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOMB, aivnos ai tUI. T It. r. cm rratin 1UJTIJ OuikM 0. MCZl Int. OuhUr, WANTEDTo borrow .ri.SOOrlfarin as scs'Hiity. Apply to Robbins at this office. 3t Clark County National BANk ficGOunts and Collection; ol FOR RENT A neat new, aapdern Mibuiban home and 7 acres o l.unl. Fine truck farm. "Apply to !.3)l)i!i-- i at this office. 3t EXCHANGED Silver scarf nijht of dance. Kijjht owned please-notif- y Catherine KoMi. Inc. Traders Merctrcnti, Fsrraers Smelted y.. Manager. WINCHESTER, KY. Hade w All Points. upright FOR SALE A second-han- d piano; cheap for cash or on easy cash payments. Apply tojMiss Pearl KntlciLie. 32 Burn avenue. jlt Elks Building 61 Main Street Both Phones 364. Capital and Surplus $350,000.00 FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tb best on the market; yards on.' West Broadway. Clark County struction Company. Con 11-28- -tf Parrish, Bradley & Co. PURE ILK FIVE MINUTES Gall And See Our Line Of and 'A The Best On Earth OAT EQUAL Purest, Cleanest, Most Nutritious Horse and Mule Feed A Combination Of Sourness, Gas, Heartburn and Stomach Distress Will Disappear. . The stale pine food authorities at the Kentucky Agricultural ExperiDistress after eating, sourness, gaa ( ment Station reported Tuesday te County Attorney Scott Bullitt, of (and heartburn can bo quickly relieved stoni- Louisville, sixty-fiv- e eases for sell- - 'by taking one or two inir watered or skimmed milk asainsi. ; ach tablets. They arc guaranteed to banish any dairymen supplying Louisville and certain restaurants. These cases re- cae of indigestion, acute or chronic-stomae- h ailment no matter what it is sulted from the extensive inspections" called, or money back. fhat have recently been stomach tablets are 'the whole of the LouisThey, ville 'milk Odd and other parrs of1 small and easily swallowed. are sold by Phillips Drug Store and Kentucky, The samples were collected from druggists everywhere for ;"( cents the milk depots, the dairymen, the a .ibox. They arc put up in a neat restaurants, the hotels and other metal box that can conveniently be They places where milk is served, and carried in the vct pocket. are e.peeially recommended for watwhen a sample was Found to ibe sleeplessness, bad dreams, ered or skimmed, further investigar.oustipation, dizziness and tion was made to determine who was MI-O-X- A t 'MI-O-X- A FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A HfWt ras$. J. B and 10 acres in Croxton, Home phone 813A. "MORE THAN WET" Capital . - sioe.oro FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pnllets and cockrels. Home phone 813-A. -tf Undivided Profits. 1200.000 THE Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KY. When in want of flowers, insist upon having home grown flowers, thereby keeping your money- in your home circles. POOLE & PURLLANT, FLORIST, Winchester, Ky. - n: h. withersoon. President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. FOR SALE 500 shocks of good corn. A barrel to the shock. J. . H. Croxton, .Uomq.jiUpjifiSp-A- . -tf J. M. STEVENSON Attwrwy-at-Law Wire Fence! r- - We have the largest line of Wire Fence we have ever carried. Farm and Poultry I responsible. About 7(10 samples were analyzed in Louisville and 65 cases FURS!! FURS! fURSH! reported for prosecution. In most instances the milk was taken from Will pay you the Highest Cash from the dairymen's herds' to deterPrices for yonr Furs. mine how inueh waj;er had been adJ. W. HISEL ded to the milk as supplied by the Bridge Junk Shop. dairymen's cows. No. 23 North Maple st. Red Cross Dairy (Phone 889-x- .) East Tennessee Phone 215, Home . ...!- -1 iA supjuius io nuiuiis .i pure, ciean, a'ju i p,one 5gg ' 1 -- 1 ll-18-4- 60 S. Main St. Whicltestir, Ky. E. E. LO0MIS SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. AuctiMeer McEMtMrMy sanitary Ilolstem and grade Jersey milk; not watered. Oats, Corn, Alfalfa TOM COWAfj BACK. lANpcyRETWLUIIGS iKILLTHEeOUCH PENDLETON, BUSH Attrneys-at-Uw 4 IUSM BnUittf H ,,1 5th Floor McEldowney Bay, Brewers Grain and Pure Cane Molasses Call 39 BARBLWIRE 7 And Let US Tell You Get Our See The New One. Prices- - Bradley e & , Co l Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is SHOCKING SOUNDS back at bis stand in the iMcEldewney Bailding and is now ready to serve In the earth are sometimes heard bis old friends and customers where before a terrible earthquake, 'that you will always get prompt and first warn of the coming peril. Nature's service. warnings are kind. That dull pain class or ache in the back, warns you the The National Biscuit Company Kidneys need attention if you would will have a demonstration at Parri.--h escape those dangerous maladies. & Bradley's Main street store on Dropsy, Diabetes or Brigbt's disSaturday. ease. Take Electric Bitters at once and sec backache fly and all your No Sale. best feelings, relurn. "3Iy son re- . Mrs. IrringT-'Tfo- u didn't buy that. ceived- greabbenfit from thejr use for Oriental rug. after all. 'did yonr Mrs. ' "No, we took a friend or "kidney and Idaddcr trouble." writer Clint Qeerze'a to ,eee It and be aald that liocknoodj wiUB lUwas.a aanuine Bokaara. beau- Peter - 'Buiidy, South jMich., "It is- certainly great kid- - tUally wovea ana U that. R weaMa't 50 y Trit.-. mDR KING'S NEWDISC0VERY 6CMMAfT0 SATSFACTV.Qy Winchesttr, Ky. nm nua ik. tMScemn DR. M. L, MYEUt, PCNT1ST. Of? JKOJVY XCSlAf0D. wa4Mm.imuii.;; J nw KsMtsj rata neer WINCH KSTKR, KY. Iiiy Cltious. curious thing about automobiles is that whenever one of them turns turtle a chorus girl or two are likely to he found under it A Iinre iii OLD Oyster Are Nervous. Eels are not nearly so easll. eaed as .oysters. Oysters raj RELIABUE KAL OTAtt JUKftftr FMC mtURANCE AJNI , ,t , 4ine:; KMtaTfl & , t Ft. - " ' - : ' ' 1 ,, rv 4 . THE WIHCHESTEK HEWS - - , P . jYP BIG BANKRUPT SALE IN FULL BLAST iinii J V r Everything marked in plain figures in red ink. ONE PRICE fered in this sale. Every article in the store is new, Below are a few of the many bargains: up-to-d- ate TO ALL. No old stock will be ofand the very lastest styles. 1 $ 6.00 Suits, bankrupt $ 8.00Suits, bankrupt 10.00 12.00 13.50 Men's Suits j i $15.00 sale sale Suits, bankrupt sale. Suits, bankrupt sale Suits, bankrupt sale Suits, bankrupt sale j Q :.S5.00 $6.00 $650 $7.50 Ji $3.00 50c Neckties at 25c Neckties at 15c Arrow Brand Collars 25c Only 3 $3.50 to a customer. : lis 5c V $2.51 A FEW EXTRA SPECIALS $3.50 and $4.00 Crawford Shoes for $5.00 Florsheim Shoes for. $2.50 Shoes $2.00 Shoes $1.50 Shoes All Ladies', Boys' and Children's Shoes below cost. e. and $1.98 $3.51 $1.11 $1.41 $ .98 All-wo- ol 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- ONE-HAL- F HALF PRICE. 'V.-- ' Boy's Knickerbocker Suits at Halt-pricGoods With One Extra Pair Pants. ;2.00 Knee Suits, now $1.00 2.50 Knee Suits, now $1.25 J3.00 Knee Suits, now $1.50 J3.50 Knee Suits, now $1.75 4.00 Knee Suits, now $2.25 54.50 Knee Suits, now $2.75 $2.98 i5.00 Knee Suits, now !l $3.25 55.50 Knee Suits, now 16.00 Knee Suits, now $3.50 . Remember the sale is being conducted in the same store room formerly occupied by R. Frank, on North Main Street in the Jones' Building, Winchester, Ky. H. Friedman, Manager. Representative John W. Weeks, of Massachusetts, will look after the interest of the bill in the IIoukc. July 1 is the date set for the inauguration of the new rate, provided Congress introduces the bill at this session. The bill itself is brief, but its preamble indicates very clearly letter the reasons for a postage rate. The bill is as follows: "The rate of postage on a letter f ounce weight or fraction of thereof, if carried from New York City to Buffalo, a distance of less than 300 miles was in 1843 twenty-fiv- e cents and similar rates, high as compared vith present rates pre- one-cent one-hal- p. refirst-class ONE CENT LETTER POSTAGE. Legislation looking towards a one in ifent letter postage rate troduced in Congress by Senator Theodore E.- Burton, of Oliio, who "offered a billln the Senate, and John Y. Weeks, of Massachusetts, who presented a similar one in the House. Senator Burton, known throughout the United States for his advocacy of important river and haibor legislation and Chairman of the 'United Slates Senate Committee on expenditures in the treasury depart' mcnt, has indicated Uiat he will lead the campaign in the Senate for the postage bill. passage of .the has-been vailed elsewhere. - one-ce- nt THE "EQUITY" has all modern features that s makes a first-clas- Cook Stove The "EQUITY" is equipped with our famous Patented Oven Door. per ounce or fraction thereof." FOLKS PAST FIFTY The new bill for a lower rate on postage will be supported ductions this rate was reduced until IT to a finish bv the National by act o March 3, 1883," becoming Letter Postage.. Associaticn winch operative October 1, 1883, the rate What Glasses Are To Weak Eyes, has its headquarters at was two cents only for a letter Cascarets Are To Weak Bowels New England building. Cleveland, O. weighing ounce or a fracBox Will Truly Amaze A The organization has several thoustion thereof, to be carried any disYou and members, comprising business tance whatever within the limits of firms and individuals ali ovcr'lthe the entire country. Most old people must give to the United Stales. "These reductions so stimulated bowels some regular help, else they No oposition has .arisen to the the growth o mail of the first class postage. Of- suffer from constipation. The conmovement for that no reduction, or only a small ficers of the association say that if dition is perfectly natural. It is just temporary reduction, in revenue oc- the lower rate is not inaugurated as natural as it is for old people to curred. These manifold reductions within a short time it will be because walk slowly. For age is never so all took place in the first forty of of selfish interests which formulate active as youth. The muscles are the last seventy years while no reless elastic. And the bowels are outside. postage rates, ductions in muscles. So all old people need Cascarets. save that an extension of the weight FURS!!! FURS! FURS!! One might as well refuse to aid weak ounce or fraction limit from Will pay yon the Highest Cash eyes with glasses as to neglect thereof to one full ounce or fraction "rices for your Furs. aid to weak ibowcls. The thereof was made in 188."5, but that J. W. H3SEL bowels must be kept active. This is no other reduction save this above Bridge Junk Shop important at all ages, but never so named has been made in the period No. 23 North Maple st. ranch as at fifty. of nearly thirty years that has East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Age is not a time for harsh phyelapsed sinec October 1, 1883. Phone 596. sics. Youth may occasionally whip "During most of this time the fir.--t the bowels into activity. But a lash class mail has produced a revenue can't be used every day. What the in excess of the costs of its TROOP TO ATTEND vastly bowels of the old need is a gentle and service, as an instance of which the revenue fcr the latest fical year, CONFEDERATE REUNION natural tonic. One that can be constantly used without harm.. The only ending June 30, 1911, has been over such tonic is Casoarets andsthey cost .$102,000,000, of which amount over is estimated profit to the Will Bring Even Roster Of 100 Men, only 10 cents per box at any drug $62,000,000 store. They work while, you sleep. department, thus indicating that a And All Necessary Equipment-M- uch considerably lower rate, which would iMr. Rice was one of the very few Interest Manifested. nonnously stimulate the growth of to receive the Chautauqua salute last this class of mail with a resultant Macon, Ga.. Feb. 8. A .letter re- summer. further increase of revenue there- ceived Saturday morning from Capt. ''By successive and frequent One-Cent a 1004-100.") nt ll-18-4- DAVIS T T is real economy to plumbing, even though the cost is a little more. builder The far-sight- ed install first-clas- s one-ha- lf 10-Ce-nt thinks of wearing qualities rather than first cost. Get our estimate on a one-ce- modern bathroom for your home. "tdwf' first-cla- ss GRANT Win one-ha- lf & CO. this-gentl- TheNew Depositor Id this Dank may be assured of waving direct penoul attsa- tion and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yoa tkai'm my fwtv tht quality of oar banking service. We invite yon to call and see as. ( I Citizens National Bank Winchester, ) Corner Main and Soatk Court Streets jy. Near Cast 4t 1 Fire Box has Extra Heavy Cast Linings and Sectional Fire Back. Everything about this Range is nicely proportioned except the price, which is exceptionally low. FRANKLIN HARDWARE H. H. (Successors!!. George lHager. of Nashville, com manding Trcop A, Fore.st Cavalry. states tha't this organization will attend the reunion in iMacon May 7 r in ful force, (bringing down- an of 100'men for the event. This troop is" one of the best koowr organizations in the south. The letter also whites that this troop will bring it? own equipage. commissary ' department. cooking utensils, tablenware,linen. blankets postall .matter of the first-cla- ss and the like as well as its own chefs. FRANKLIN, Prop. age shall be charged, on and alter The Troop Was one of the most popK. Allen) the .'first day.of; July nineteen hun- ular attending the "reunion at Little dred and twelye,the rate of; one cent. j Rock last year. nmmgmmgmmmmmmi evei-roste- COMPANY from, would probably amply compensate the government, particularly bearing in mind that no reduction is contemplated in postage on postal cards! '' f "It was never intended that the department should make a profit fnom any class of mail . "Now therefore be it enacted, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in .Congress Assembled, that tip-o- c The will have a National Biscuit Company demonstration at Parrish Bradley's Mam street stQre on Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the J sane time he goes to the nearest telephone and seada his voice cninese and Japanese Brides. The Cninese bride ;is clothed In scarlet silk. But, Japan, strange to say. follows the western custom, and the Japanese bride appears on the important morn clad in one resplendent garment of white silk. The sleeves of this costume are usually two and a half feet long, while the nash measures some 11 feet in length. Nature. Not from nature up to nature's God. but down from nature's God took through. Robert MoatgoMery. M lu other States. haven't our service yon should have. Call ocr manager for full information. 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