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WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1912. r NEWS IBOD Y OF LITTLE making power to afford some relief from the present archaic, unequal - WEATHCI CaMer Today aM Ti 1 WttK 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENT? A r r r . New Jersey arrived here shortly afOF ter 9 o'clock Friday morning. He PLANS MAD E ame upon the invitation of the IT General Assembly to address the INCORPORATION bodyTipon the issues of the day, and FOR ARREST his friends and admirers have made his coming the occasion for a dem' onstration in his honor. ly Hansen Thomas, W. H Democrats of the Blue Leading Federal Authorities Are Informed Grass and And C. R. Hanson, in Lex- - other sections assembled to greet of Identity of Defendants in Dynahim and listen to his utterances. miting Cases. Henry Breckenridge Toastmaster Indianapolis, IFeb. 10 Federal au-- 1 The program for the banquet was Chanson Thomas, W. IL Conner and fc-R- . thorities in all of the twenty cities Hanson, proprietors of the carried through without a hitch. Mr. Cnmnhnv Henry S. Breckinridge, Iittlnirton Woodenware General where forty or more men are indictSfViph-will be moved from Winchester Secretary of the Woodrow Wilson ed in connection with the dynamiting -, cases Friday were informed of the 'Lexington, Thursday filed with Democratic tb Association of cfaiuty Clerk Theo Lewis articles in'- presided as toastmaster and identity of the defendants and plans Mrpofating the company, the capital in speaking of the distinguished for the arrest of the men probably on guest aud a glowing tribute to his Monilay were progressing. JtgCk being fixed at $23,000 .The articles provide that the com- - honor.. Reports that some of the men were pftay shall be engaged in manufactur- Governor James B. (MeCreary de not to be found at their usual itUC and selling at wholesale, articles hvered the welcome address, and haunts caused no alarm at U. S. DisPHIDELIA RICE tf'vwoodenware, composition roofing, Senator Claude 'M. Thomas, president trict Attorney Miller's office. When irygoods, drugs and sundries. The of the association, of Bourbon coun- word for their apprehension "was sent The famous inipcrsoiintor who will capital stock is divided into $250 ty, and Representative Francis B. out it was said it would be found give a rendition at Kentucky Wesley-a- n fibres of the par value of $100 each. Douglas, of Boyle county, delivered that the government had been kept College on Tuesday evening. Mr., Thomas owns 200 shares, Mr. short addresses. fully advised as to the movement of Conner 40 shares and Mr. Hanson 10 the defendants. Many of the dedfeares. fendants, it is reported, have taken WELL-KNO- WN IS fThe City Council recently passed steps toward furnishing bond for an Ordinance exempting the company their appearance for nrraingment OF MORSE'S PLANS here on 'March 12, payment of taxes on property IMPERSONATOR sed for manufacturing purposes, for a period of five years. LexingReport is Current That He Will Sail BRYAN THE FIRST ton Leader. Phidelia Rice Will Give a Rendition For Germany at Once, But Cannot of "David Garrick" at K. W. C., DEATHS MID FUNERALS Be Verified. ite WANTED TO BE IfttfM s.fwtr If" Ken-tuck- . . firs. Dorse Dlllion Mr. Herbert Hefliu was called to Morehead Saturday by the death of his .sister, Mrs. Dorse Dillon. Strs. Dillon had recently returned New Mexico, where she had in unavailing search of health. JThe burial will take place in Fleming county on Sunday. s. him : i . OF DEMOCRATS ItVimor Wilson, of New Jersey, is .ifteted With Ovation by Men rtaninent in Kentucky Affairs. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 10. Governor Wood re w Wilson expounded hiV views of Democracy to the Kentucky legislature Friday afternoon giving he termed "a straight Democratic talk." Late Friday night he spoke at a Siriqnet given at the Woodrow of Kentucky at the Capitol Hotel. Early in his speech before the Legislature Governor Wilson brought 6ui his idea of the "system of trusteeship," which, he said, grew out of the power wielded by the big interests in the political world by "men -- Ht wfio could not see farther than A's across the directors' table. 'Charging that representative officeholders were guided by these men he said Government virtually resolved itself into a trusteeship. .V "These men consider themselves guardians of the country," he said. 'They don't believe the judgment of the people is sound, hence the guardianship. At times it is necessary in furthering these interests toi prompt artificial prosperity or its .reverse. We should not be afraid of threats of the; reverse, but combat them with facts gained by as sensi-!nf- e a knowledge of business a men have themselves." sMSycnjor.. Wilson captured the lucky Democracy. Although in bailiwick of nenry.Watterson, he $(Pjived ""the heartiest welcome of his political career. Burst after, burst of applause greeted the telling points of his speeches in the House Chamber and at" banquet. His reception here was CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH one continued ovation and from evAt a meeting of the County Board President J. L. Clark, o Kentucky eryone he was given the glad hand; fcttducation, the regular business" Wesleyan College, will preach at the . .i ji j and a handshake. ransacieu, ana a commuiee was Central. Baptist church on Sunday ; rt to took atter the propose! wynmg. LMdVf PMMcrats Attend lucre will be no services The distinguished' Governor of lit.. ike t 10. William Washington, 'Fob. Jennings Bryan will be the first wit ness to be summoned before the House Committee on Banking and Currency to testify in the "money trust" investigation which the Demo cratic caucus, repudiating Mr. Bry an's demand for a special committee referred to standing committees of the House. Mr. Byran trod on the toes of the" Democratic membei.s of the commit tee when he recently declared that the "money trust" thought it could control the committee. Insists That B;yan Explain The committee insists that Bryan must explain what ho meant, not withstanding the fact that the Bryan adherents, in the caucus Wednesday night, offered a resolution which was adopted, expressing confidence in the integrity of their colleagues on that committee. "Tho committee is a unit," said , chairman of Representative the Banking and Currency Commit tee Friday, "in the decision that Mr. Bryan must cj plain to us exactly what he meant." INTERES What Mr. Eryan Said. This is what Mr. Bryan is credited with saying about the committee con- UNABATED corning which the Democratic members wish to question him: The monej "Democrats, beware. Hundreds of Worthy Pcor Persons trust, having Isik'-- i in its power to prevent an investigation, is now trv-in- g Are Served Who Would Otherwise to force an investigation by tlu banking committee. The fnot that the Have Been Hungry. money trust wants that committee The soup house served more than entrusted with the investigation is 120 persons on Friday. Contribu- proof positive that it thinks it can tions for the day's supply ware: control the committee." A friend, $2. S. A.. Lipscomb. 50 cents. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. A friend, 50 loaves of bread. President R. H. Crossfield, of Lex A friend, 50 cents. ington, Ky., will preach at the First A friend, 50 cents. Christian church next Sunday even Small contributions, 51 cents. o clock. He is one ot tue ing at Interest in this worthy movement ablest speakers in Kentucky and will is unaibated. 'Wiien .one stops to deliver a virile message that should think that hundreds have been serv- be heard by every member of the ed with rich, nutritious soup who Congregation. He is not seeking would otherwise have suffered from money but men young men for the .hunger during the cold spell, the ex ministry, will be his plea. tent of the good accomplished fpr A cordial invitation, is extended to the Master's service can be realized. all to hear this great man.- -' The,pas tor will occupy the pulpit in the OtUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. morning. Pi-joed New York, Feb. 10. Not a word could be obtained Friday in the Fifty-eight- h apartments in West street, where Charles W. Morse, the pardoned convict' banker, is recup erating. Iteports were current that Morse would sail for Germany at once, but these could not be verified. Morse come back Thursday night to the scene of his former triumphs and his conviction, crumpled up in a wheel chair, silent and impassive as lay figure. With' his white-face- d wife at his side, he was pushed through the curious throngs at the Pennsylvania station, lifted quickly into a taxicab and "whisked away to his home to remain for-- week or ten days before starting for Bad Nau-heiGermany, where he hopes to recover his health, which physicians say prison life has shattered.' 1 If (Morse felt any emotion at his home coming he did not show it. Not once did he open his lips during the progress of the wheel chair from the train to the taxicab. Ho did not even raise his head, but sat with hands limp on the chair arms. Thus he passed stolidly through the crowd, a overcoat collar partly partly shielding his face. Committee Insists That The Nebras-ka- n Explain What He Meant By Criticism of Action. TIS t- - - and unjust system of taxation in Kentucky, which he said more than L anything else MURDERED LOCKED UP for the backward position of the state in the ' march of progress. .Senator Huffaktr, of Louisville, Moses Catliff Confesses That He Is Found in Vacant House, Where spoke for the bill. He said its passKilled Robert Rigsay, Ami Ctflfk-She is Thought to Have Been En age wojild give the people of the state a chance to pass on the matter sion is' Verified. ticed By Stranger. ; of a change in the system of taxa Albuquerque, X. Mex., Feb. Ipj4 I.BXnffHEfi 's Grand Island, Xcb., Feb. 9. The tion- Moses X. Catliff, of Mt. Vernon, fy., 'jody of little Goldie Williams, the Chipman Votes Against Bill girl who disappeared Senator X. B. Chipman, Democrat, Friday asked the chief of police to from her homo here Wednesday, was of Pendleton cuunty, cast the only lock him up, saying that he had killed Robert "Rigsby, at Mt. Vernon, Thursday afternoon found in a va negative vote. Ky., on September 27, 1910. A telcant bouse, with the head bruised The passage of the Moody bill egram from Kentucky confirmed' the and otherwise mistreated. Quick , truuicssion ana requests ,-. lime had been thrown over it, and ov mr mi CatUK ri sithmtcsmn nt- n ncfitntinn be held for extradition. er all an old door was laid. al amendment to pass the Senate at Since the discovery every man and this session, the other being an boy in Grand Island and the sur amendments so that convicts mav be i WORKHOUS E EOR rounding country has been searching worked on the public roaas. Only for the slayer. two constitutional amendments can Little Goldie, with school play be submitted at one time. HONEST MEN mates, was skating on a shallow The Senate by a vote of 28 to 1, pond Wednesday afternoon when a adopted the "legislative digest" as stranger approached the official report of the General As Suggested in Cincinnati, The I Am and asked her if she would like a sembly and subscribing for 150 copGrowing Out of Recent "Hm lice new pair of skates. Other chil es at $10 each for the session. Sen Convention." dren Avho were present said the man ator J. E. Biggerstaff, Republican. told her to come with him and he voted in the negative. Cincinnati, O.. Feb. 10. A workwould give them to her. house for honest men is planned by No Report on 'University Two hours later Goldie and the Senator B. M. Arnett. of Jessa Cincinnati social workers, who will same man were seen to pass through meet socn to discuss the project. The the grounds of the Soldiers' Home. mine, chairman of the Special Com iionest man's workhouse idea grew mittee to investigate the affairs of ,The man was described as apparentf State University, reported that the out of the '"hobo convention," and il ly 40 years old and well dressed. Chapel on Tuesday Evening. is belietd, offers a solution to the When the child did not come home committee was unable to make a reproblem of the unemployed iu CinPhidelia Rice, who is to give a to supper the family started an in- port because Joseph Longstreet, a cinnati. rendition of "David Garrick" at the quiry, and soon learned that she had tenographor of Louisville, employed Is there an unemployed problem In chapel of K. W. C, on Tuesday ev- been enticed by the stranger. The by the committee to take a tran- Cincinnati? you ask. script of the testimony addressed ening, is one of the most famous fire alarm was sounded and a Answer Read this: search begun. This con- before the committee, had failed to impersonators in the country. Charles Sturr, proprietor of the tinued until Thursday afternoon, transcribe "his notes, and there- - was He possesses a commanding perGlencoe Hotel, advertised for one no telling when he would do so. sonality, and his ca.-- y grace and nat- when the discovery was made. plumber's assistant. Senator Arnett said Longstreet ural manner have endeared him to all Three hundred men applied for the objected to the pay, $5 per day, and who have heard him. one job.. ARNETT TAXATION ntimnicd that Longstreet would not Mr. liiee comes to Winchester unIt is planned that .the .new work- fnrnish tho transcript until he "got n der the auspices of Kentucky house shall be municipally conducted.ready." He said Longstreet was now Under one roof, if the plan is Cu"e and will doubtless be ngaged in a criminal trial at Leb greeted by a packed house. worked out, there will be housed anon, senator Arnett asked tor a factory, with many departMcody Proposition For Constitutionrule against Longstreet to compel ments of industry. The institutions al Amendment to Permit Amend-me- rt him to make a forthwith return to will not be corfdncted for profit, and LAKE SUPERIOR the Senate' of the transcribed notes the surplus will be applied to into Permit Classification of of the testimony he had taken. The ' creasing the wage scale. Prcierty Wins. rule was ordered issued. (will .be given under the plan Jobs OVER It was voted that when the Senate to men who are out of work add Frcakfort, Ky., Feb. 10. So adjourned it be until next Tuesday have made honest but futile efforts much eagerness was displayed by the at noon, in order to honor tho mem to get other jobs. From Eagle River to Isle Royale, a lawmakers Friday to get through ory of Abraham Lincoln, "whose na The workshop established for tbe with the session to hear Governor tal day is celebrated Monday next. blind last year is an example, in Distance of 40 Miles For First Woodrow Wilson speak that little ninature, of the honest man's Time in Many Years. in either work was accomplished idea, except that, as .it is bedy. planned, the latter will ibe a municiANOTHER Calumet, Mich., Feb. 10. Lake Th ! Senate passed the bill of Senpal enterprise, without suggestion of Superior, for the first time in many ator L. W. Arnett relieving residents charity. years, is frozen over from Eagle of Kentucky, who hold stock in forAT E Among the interested in the proriver to Isle Royale, .a distance '"of eign corporations, from paying taxes ject are Rev. Boyd Edwards, Rer. forty miles, and it is the belief of on the stock in this state. John nerget and Employment Secreresidents of Eagle river that tho ice Ti e Senate also passed the bill of tary Xorton, of the Y. iM. C. A. lames Threaten Great Distruction, field extends clear across the big Senator Newcomb increasing the anlake. Keweenaw Point people report imal appropriation for the Institution But Are Extinguished Before Much that moose have been seen in the Ke- for the Blind from $13,000 annually KEN TI UCKY Loss is Sustained. weenaw wilds during the last few to $20,000. days. Tax Classification Bill Passes The bill of Senator Moody to (Apology to Judge Mulligan.) Carlisle, Ky., Feb. 10. A fire amend Section 171 of the constitu- which threatened great destruction "Oh the snow it falls the softest, tion, permitting the classification of here and only heroic uork prevented AGED NEGRESS In Kentucky. property, was taken up. Senator from destroying at least half a block AH the same, it falls the oftest, Moody explained that the adoption of residences, 'broke out in the resi Iu Kentucky. af the bill meant that the people dence of former Deputy Sheriff W. Plumbers' bills they are the strongwould have the right to untie the est, Megowan Thursday morning. hands of the Legislature so that if The fire had gained greaf headway Icicles hang the longest, it desired the Legislature may enact when it was discoveied and the roof And the weather is dogondest, Fell Forward Into Open Grate And a law to classify property. In Kentucky. was falling in. Mr. Megowan and is Fatally Burned Before AssisA. B. R. Senator Graham said he voted for family had. moved to Lexington and the bill because it is a referendum, the house was vacant, but had been tance Came. adding that he thought he would re- rented and would have been TOO LATE TO CLASSFY Lexington, Ky., Feb. 10. While turn home to warn his people not to Thursday. dozing peacefully "before the open fire vote for it. The bill passed ayes stiff breeze was blowing from the LYRIC THEATRE in her home at 209 Wickliffe street 'M, nays 1. d northwest and firebrands were i Moody Urges The Bill Thursday night, "Granny' Graves, Madge of the Mountains. all over the city, but heavy When the Senate convened at 10 an old hegres said to be 102 years snow on the roofs of the houses preold fell forward into the fireplace and o'clock Fridaj- morning it immediateGirl and the Motor Boat. (Ediso) vented further destruction. The reswas severely burned about the face ly "took a fifteen minutes recess te idence of Dr. George B. Spencer next The Gossip. (Vitagraph.) and chest that she died Friday morn- greet Governor Wilson., By rerruest Auld Lanz Syne retittS door caught, but ivas saved with The Senate after the recess- called ing at G o'clock at "the colored ward small damage. The loss on the Me- engagement next Thursday. of St. Joseph's Hospital, iwhere she up the Moody tax reform bill, pro- gowan residence is about $3,000, was taken in the city ambulance im- viding for the submission of a con- partially covered by insurance. FOR SALE A pen" of four puremediately after the pitiable accident stitutional amendment enabling the bred whiterocks pullets and one occurred. The helpless old woman Legislature to classify property for cockerel. Apply to Sam Jett or OLD BAPTIST CHURCH was unable to raise herself from the taxation. call 227 East Tennessee phene. Senator Moody addressed the Senfireplace and was rescued by other There will be no services at the members of the household who heard ate in support of the amendment to' he aaid. Old Baptist church on Sunday, A FOR SALE 2 tons of milktt bay. the constitution, which, her cries Apply to Tennessee phone 227 or would, simply liberate the Legislature defect in the furnace prevents the IfreiiiVlfeilwnas aVd enaVle the law- - .building being properly ieated. Bobbins at this office. WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE.' Well-Dressed f I I ld en I ( well-dress- bouse-to-hou- se Wes-'eya- - ON . work-hcu- se IE ARLIL BffiMATHI csat-tere- (Viia-grap- h.) . 3t i i. ft t V V--. A fit TJ i -- :Vn.- - . 'i'ArZ i. 5 meet at 'Tiiskegec April 17-1- 8. The late Ja. T. Hanvhan, of ChiIngredients Hair Vigor: J"1""". Gtmrm, odnin, sodfan chiorid. cago, former President of the Illinois Anything ,n,ur.ou. IM-I- II South Hah Street Central Railroad k'ft $1,000 to John I will give you free a sample of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, that have brought health.' Winchester, Kentucky. Deeu'kin, his faithful colored employe aid happiness to thousands also a book on any c!::c:uc disease you need. airs Vara A'Mar.ptte, a white lady The story of my free offer to you is quickly told. During my many years of practice Dally, Except Suntfay. from Jessiip, Ga., comes out in a I have used numerous combinations of curative medicines for liver ills. I have kept records strong pros article against lynching "Eatered as second-clas- s matter, of results in case after case, so that'- - my staff of physicians and surgeons, at the Invalids' Hotel, ANCIENT CELLS ARE FOUND At the suggestion of Senator AV. O. 'Koveaber 28, 1908, at the postoffice MEETING OF COLORED Buffalo, N. Y., are able to diagnose and treat cases at a distance with uniform good results. I Bradley, R. R. Wright, presidsiit of mk nuvucaiu, ixeuiuCKy, under lue Abode of Prisoners in the Time of am going to send you free a sample package of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, which will relieve-biliousnes- s Charles II. Are Unearthed in the Geoigia Colored Statot College. let of March 3, 1879." and ill health due to a disordered liver. Write" at once for a sample or a book. London. appeared before the Senale Commit tee last- week in the .interest of the , But for the permanent relief of blood disorders and impurities, I Beth Phones 91. A fitting abode for criminal relics There will he a meeting of the colcan recommend my blood to be exhibited at the new London bill introduced by Senator Bradley museum at Kensington palace has ored Associated Charities- - Sunday at the first session medicine without ?lcohoi. R. V. Pierce, M. D Buffalo, N. Y. the 62nd Con of SUISCRIPTION RATES: been found In two prison cells, which. afternoon at 2:30 at the Broadway gress appropriating $250,000 to hold "Were discovered by a gentleman conChristian church. All are invited to ly MalL nected with the London county counexposition a negro be present. c cil la an o'd Dally, one year veilclose $3.00 at some central or historical place, square, St Buried deep in our American forest we find blood root, queen's root, mandrake H. D. COLERANE.,iPr.esider.t. The 9tZ Months 1.50 cells, Louisville will possibly secure the ex which are believed to date back E.XS. and stone root, golden seal, Oregon grape root and cherry-barkOf these Dr. R.V TAYLOR, Secretary. Month to the time of Charles II. and to have position by subscribing $50,000 ad Fierce made a pure glyceric extract which has been favorably known for over forty -been subsequently used in connection Payable in Advance. veers. He colled it "GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY." cbtional thns making $300,000. The FURS! with the Whitechapel police court, FURS!! FURS!!! This "Discovery" puri5s the blood and tones up the stomach and the e Senator 'has since received notice were occupied in a common lodging system in Nature's cvra wsy. It's just the tissue builder and tonic you require. MVERTtSmi KATES: house when discovered. In the walls. Will pay yon the Highest Cash that tho bill will be reported favorMay ably. Pnces for yur TuT3' with strong iron bolts, were the orig- Nbm, aay aditioa i)15l)"vt--t-'UA colored National Democratic pa J W. HISEL .If Inal fetters used for the condemned f rgt'AQ Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in the cure of indigestion, prisoners, dyspepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour risings, heart Bridge Junk Shop per has been started at Washington, IB UM, withu OB WMk.. M upon whichtogether with a plank bed.' no doubt many a criminal burn, foul breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnawing feeling Dm vik, eonturaottsly LOO spent No 23 North 3IaP,e Mayor Baeharach, of Atlantic i his last night upon earth. i in stomach, biliousness and kindred derangements of the stomach, liver and Dowels. eabjfidar no--, continuously- - 3.0i; Om East Tennessee Phone 215, Home City, N. J., has appointed Isaac II The complete cells have been dis-- ; In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throaty and lung affections, except con' Feu tracks, 4 time a wask. . . . 2.41 mantled by experts acting under in-- J Phone 596. Xutler, a colored member of the bar sirucuons sumption,- the " Golden Medical Discovery " is a most efficient feniedy, especially in those Fmt waaka, three tima sa wtek. 1.80 of the newirom uuy taking, custodian n one of the ten prominent citizens museum, and they will be obstinate, caused by irritation and congestion of the bronchial mucous mem"Hta mmim, two tissas a week. . L2( In their entirety in the as his Advisory Cabinet. I branes. The " Discovery " is not so good for acute coughs arising from sudden colds, nor annex at the museum at Kensington, GAS, DYSPEPSIA AND INaelai Wetlew Per Line: The 3,000 colored hotel waiters of must it De expected to cure consumption m us aavancea stages no meaicinc win ao tnat Due where visitors will be able, not only Baltimore have been called to or for all the obstinate, chronic coughs, which, if neglected, or Dadly tr sated, lead up to consump- Feu mete, om torn a week. . . .11 to pass In and out of them and inspect the many quaint inscriptions on ganize before the meeting or the tion, it is the best medicine that can be taken." Sold by all prir lcipal dealers in medicines. notices, fcodj the walls, but examine the massive Democratic National Convention. reading, heading... 15t iron bolts bn To find out more about the above mentioned diseases and all about the body in health Pv . the exterior, de?kree eofitiunocd insertion of Bam fied the efforts of the most whichpris- Oiapepsin Settles Your Upset StomThe late Prof. T. S. Delaney, of and disease, get the Common Sense Medical Adviser the People's Schoolmaster in Medicine wily 'revised and book of 1000 pages which treats of diseased conditions and the the colored blind school in Louisville rate oners to forco an exit An old oak ftea at double the one-tiach and Ends All Indigestion in staircase still stands in the house in on receipt of 31 cent in practical, successful treatment thereof. Cloth-boun- d sent post-pai- d loft $500 to Wilberforcc University, Claec!SoiPer Wer.: Wellclose square, but this will not be one-ceFive Minutes. only. Address Ur. Pierce s Invalids Jdotel, Buffalo, N. T. stamps to pay cost of mailing his alma mater. om taeertiou, any edition If removed. A call has been issued for the msertiona aontinnonsly .. 2 Ibim You can cat anything your stoui- baseball teams of Chicago. St. died last week and left $25,000 to Esck three additional insertions. Vi WONDERFUL RESCUE AT "GIB" acli craves without fear of IndigesLouis, Indianapolis, Louisville and his colored servants in sums ranirinir Om calendar no., eontinaoasly. .10c tion or or that your food Veracious Soldier's Story of How He City to form a league. from $3,000 to $6,000 each. and Kansas Sfciking (Counted less than 16 word vill ferment or miiii- - on your stoin-ae- h, Saved His Chum With a Horse, iMisis Ida Lee, of Louisville, was A movement is on foot in. Louis StO itctc charged om books foi OF shoe Magnet. if you will take a little Diapep-ii- ! left $3,000 last week by a white lady ville to allow the colored domestic ! thai SK cente. occasionally. 'It was a terrible moment," said the Your meals will taste good, and in llliouis as a reward for .stopping one afternoon in each week to take Crop a- runawnyTIiorse and thus prevented :nlS PAPES REP1Z5ENTED FOR FOhclGIJ old soldier, with a shudder. course in domestic science at the ! "Tell us all about It!" cried the anything you cat will be digested; ADVEH"!SING BY THE the lady from 'being seriously in city schools. squad of recruits, eagerly. nothing can ferment or turn into ac I will offer Public Sale, my farm on the Mt. It happened at Gib. I was walking id or jioixin or stomach ,gas, which jured nvheu returning from school Mi ss KesMC lmnc. one ot the ik)i- -. aterline and Winchester turnnikp 7'A milpe Vmm Win J 1 along the top of a cliff with a chum, It lit- J one day some years ago. Miss Lee liar Richmond teachers, visited : chester and VA miles from Tanner's Store, on GZNSRAL OFFICES when he was suddenly seized with ver- causes Belching, Dizziness, a feeling CCW YOFfX AND CHICAGO tigo. There was a sheer drop of at of fullness after eating,. Nausea, In- also recently got $1000 for being in friends in the city last Satnrday and 6RKNCHF3 IN ALL TrtF. PRINCIPAL. CITIES least 4,000 feet, and when I saw him a railroad wreck. Sundav. digestion (like a lump of lead in reel and slip over the precipice I gave Hon. A. P. il'riolean, colored, of Heartburn, Mr. Jno. M. Stevens.o:i has pur- up for lost. Quick as lightning, I tomach), Biliousnps1;. him pulled a large horseshoe magnet out Water brash. Pain in stuuiach ami South Carolina, appeared before the ahascd the Ike Carey building, which 1912, AGED LEXINGTON 10:00 o'clock; a. m. the following described of my pocket, and, laying flat upon my Committee on elections last week to is intestines or other symptoms. occupied by the colored Elks for property : chest extended over the chasm. I Headaches from the stomach aits contest the .seat of Hon. Geo. S. 700. WOMAN PASSES AWAY could see my friend far below, falling 1 pony mare, fancy. rapidly, and turning over and over. absolutely unknown where this effec- Legare, white, in the United Stales 2 breaking plows. j Mrs. Robert Tavlor is in Cincin He looked no larger than a doll; but Congress. 1 good driving marc. .2 double shovels. tive remedy is d. Dinpspsiu really nati learning the hair culture and gradually as the magnet exerted its inI. II. Alexander, colored, a .brilliant Mrs. Beltie Speyer Dies at Age cf fluence, his figure 1 horse-mul2 plows. became more dis doe ail the work of a healthy .stommanicuring business. representative of the Louisville High 1 cultivator. 1 mare-innl81, following An Illness of About tinct and ho rose with a terrific bump. ach. It dige.-t-s your meals, wlieu Mrs. Henrietta Gibson, of Chicago, The magnet had attracted his large 1 horse mule, I com sheller. dose school has been offered a lucrative is cant. A 4 Year. t i-tsteel spurs and, exerting all my your MUs Johnson. I horse-mul- e, Wagon and buggy harness. strength, I held him there for two will digest all the food you eat and position in tho Government .service The funeral of Mrs. Edward Tur- 1 gocil milch cow, fre.-- h. hours, till help came." Page wire stretchers". Lexington, Ky., Fob. 10. Mr leave nothing to ferment of sour and of Sf. Paul. ner was preached at Clark's Chapel 3 milch cows, springers. Dr. Dan II. Williams, the noted Page hand stretchers. Betfie Speyer, 81 years old, wife of upset the stomach. surgeon and physician of Chicago, Wednesday by Rev. J. Small. Mr.-.- . 3 yearling calves. iSfr. Joshua Speyer, Shovels and double diggers. Exercise. Get a large local case of Pape's MeEwnn digger. business man and head of the Ann of Is Exercise in Its general significance DiapepMn from your druggist and conducted the animal clinics at (he Tinner was a very excellent woman tOt) ewe-- -, now lambing. a glorious thing. It Is not, how' 'Pick-- ', shovels, spades, hoes grubbing 3 calves. Speyer & Sons, commission mer- ever, anything much In its nurelv start taking now, and in a little while the medical department of Waldeu 'ndeed and a model Christian. The Nashville Globe last week con- 2 McComick strippers, almost new. hoci. crowbars, rock hammers, chants, died at her home, COO West physical sense. Thus, a person with you will actually brag about vour University at Nashville, Tenn., this large muscles and not very big wits tained an elaborate account of the I good Stivers strippor. (Main street, Saturday morning at sledges. healthy, strong Stomach, for you week in the presence of 550 negro is of almost no value to society, elegant reception given by Mr. and 1 good combs. 1 pood hay frame. Log chains. 12 usu o clock, following an illness of whereas a person who has exercised then can eat anything and. everything medical students. The colored hedcarriers union of Mrs. Allison, in honor of their 1 McConniek mower. both is often indispensable. Exercises you want without the slightest dis'.Meat of S hogs; lard 300 lbs. about a year. tho wits are very difficult. There Louisville have submitted their scak daughter, Miss Florence, who enter- I Deering twine binder. New Howe scales. Mrs. Speyer was born in Germany, fornothing to do 100 times, comfort or misery, and every partiis or 50 times. wagon. Kahbanks scales. came to America when a young wocle of impurity and Gas that is in of wages for the ensuing year to the tained the Winchester teachers while, I It is not something to which one can Kettle-- -, grind stone, saws, wedges, I Bemis tobacco setter. man, and married Mr. Speyer more give 20 minutes the first thing in the your stomach and intestines is Kointr contractors which is the same as last en route from their Tuskegee, visit. morning and then go the rest of the year 35 cents an hour for brick car etc. Donilson Napier, of LouisviHe. is 1 Columbus buggy, new. than fifty years ago, they having day. Socrates, who was the Sandow to 3je carried away without the usa 1 pair platform scales. their golden wedding anni- of mental exercise, kept his pupils at of laxatives o'r any other assistance, ners and 38 cents for mortar car- visiting his aunts, 'Mrs. Adam Dunn 1 Kauffman runabout. 1 Kentucky wheat drill. 1 pair counter scales. versary seven years ago. (Sir. and it pretty much of the time. There Is (Should . you at this moment be riers and 8 hours to constitute a da v. and Mrs. Steve Penn. one phase On account of tho position held by 1 cider mill; 1 corn drill. Miss Julia Williams has bought of 1 Hamilton . disc harrow. Mrs. Speyer came to Lexington in nara. This of it which is especially suffering from Indigestion or anv is the exercise of one's T1 TIT T 150 sacks. 1867 from Ft. Smith, Ark., and since rights. Unexercised rights are much ntomnch disorder, you can surely get juuge vv. Jt . nooic, ot lvanas, on Sir. J. M. Stevenson a lot in Lincoln 1 Avery dic harrow. the "Jim Crow" lnw and protests Park for $187.45. I Blackhawk corn planter, new. 200 barrels com in crib. muscles. relief within five minutes. then 3Ir. Speyer has been one of the worse than unexercised Thus, after voting, we 100 shocks of fodder. from prominent" colored nien Prcsi Miss Ferda, sister of Miss Elsie 1 wheat fan. city's best known buisness men, and mentally stiff and sore are ordinarilv for several Buick automobile, runabout. dent Taft has eliminated his name M. Masterson, the teacher of the 1 tooth harrow. days. This Is because, unaccustomed BLACKSMITHING. Mrs.. Speyer a n and poputo exercising our rights, we strain from his available list and may ap business course, in our city school, lar matron. mem. When you want good horseshoeing point Chas. Nagel Secretary of Com- underwent a successful operation Terms made known on day of sale. The secret of It all is to exercise or any kind of repair work, don't merce and Labor to succeed the late for appendicitis Monday at the Red Only the purest and freshest medyour muscles k little, your wits a lit lie ana your rights a little. As the forget that we do .all kinds of work-tha- t Justice John M. Harlan, on the Su- Cross, one of the colored hospitals in icines on sale at the is done in a first-clablackpreme Court Bench. Pharmacy the store of quality izreeks said, "Nothing too much." Louisville. H-- . R. WAT'TS, Auctioneer. .. smith shop. Reasonable prices; al! Announcement was made today Senator W. V.j Eaton, of Paducah. What Simplicity Portends. work guaranteed. Your patronage that work will be started on May 1 has introduced a bill in the LegislaThis is a period of studied simplic T. M. Domigan, corner on an eight-stor- y FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! hotel for negroes. ture appropriating $100,000 ft.r land ity in dress which does not imply solicited. Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gav's It will go up at Chestnut and We- -t and buildings for a West Kentucky that dress is any the less costly mere Will pay yon the Highest Cash ly that we see no beauty in elabora- warehouse. streets, between Tenth and Eleventh Normal and Industrial College for tion or superfluity, and display a pretUSE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE Pi iocs for your Furs. ty tendency to wear wreaths of wild streets, and will be erected at a co.-.- t colored people and $2500 annually J. W. HISEL You will miss a treat if you f.iii flowers on our hats instead of plumes of .$120,000. The Clay-Lew- is Hotel. for its maintenance. Bridge Junk Shop. and roses. hear Pliidelia Rice at the College Company, it is said, is behind the The houses and their contents of Incidentally, no more striking proof Tuesday No. 23 North Maple st owning. 1 venture. can be furnished of an artificial ago Mrs. Sarah Brooks and her ton, Ed East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn than a love of simplicity. In Charles It is stated that tho new hotel will mund, were destroyed by the at Pine II's day, the fair ladies posed as shepPhone 596. be completed in four month-:- , and Grove, Tuesdav. herdesses, and tried to be the heroCOLORED COLUMN that it will have 300 rooms. Ratus, it Dr. Henry performed a surgical, ines of pastorals, though never taken The National Biscuit Company as a whole, was society less is announced, will be from $3.50 a operation on Mrs. Patsey Hughes near' to will have a demonstration at Parrish nature. The Roman nobility believed Wednesday. week up. Louisville Times. , & Bradley's Main street store on in a return to the primitive life, white (W. W. BanL, Editor.) indulging in the greatest luxury. The Judge Barrymiller, of Dallas, Tex Homer Stewart, a negro, was. people who are really poor cherish no Before the Civil War 100,000 of as, instructed his jury this week to lynched at Videlia, Ga., this weekliy Hear "David Garrick" by Pliidelia happy illusions about nlain attlro and our people bad purchased their free investigate the wihites who are guilty a negro mob cause, murder. A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS Rice, the famous impersonator, at plainer fare. To them they are mere-- ' ly accompaniments of a poverty of dom from their owner at a cost of of infraction of the hnw just the iue good managers ot the soup. the College Tuesday evening at 8 wnicn tney are ashamed since they. $100,000,000. THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE same as the ignorant and defence house have not only been supplying 1 oclock. cannot, neip. Milwaukee has a colored Lutheran less negroes. ic whites, but colored as well. TO A TRAIN. . church. g The bill has passed .The sick Jas. Cooper, Allen Did-- . ' Plawara In Ceremonies. How to Sieop. J. C. Grove, the Kansas negro both branches of the Kcntuckv Leg lick, 'Mrs. Layinia- - Franklin, infant Wkaa the swarthy Spaniards cap The most natural and restful postared .Mexico, they found In the lake ture when sleeping is to He "potato king," is worth $350,000 islature arid is in the lianas of thc-- of (Sirs. Ellen Farrish. flat on the which almost surrounded the capital chest lower limbs Tuskegee is undertaking the ex- - j Governor. A. E. Willson vetoed the perfectly straight, Charles "Slartin returned on Thursek-- r saany floating gardens, the frag-fone arm being down by tho side, .4 tasaples. In Greece d Rome ether thrown up slightly over the periment of breeding fine horses, jsa'me measure whVn he was Gorer- - day night from Dayton, G., sick. the lawTa-wcr- a Bade into huge triumph-M- i head, face tumed:to either side. Use Louisville has a 3 cent Colored nor. Broadway has called Rev. John arefeea. and a special feast of no pillow This wlfl help greatly te restaurant; QIr. George Buchanan, .a " white' Henderson as paston who secured as the Flora, wis ettafe-Uafc- stralgDtenthe. shoulders and ajri The laterriatioaal Jnterdohomina-- ; gentleman of 'Biiacetbn, dio., welll more votes than, Rev. Mr. 1a tkalr cucor restful, dreamless sleep " Bakr. tionl Conferecef ,on7tho negro will kno'vrn by Dr. Summers,: of. this, city, ,b,are..member3, of the HE WINCHESTER NEWS Ask Your Dortnr of im htg SrS&Sff FOR ALL MEN AND WOMEN he-ar- ' al "a Nature's Way Is Xjhe Best "Golden Medical Discovery . r Georges-In-the-Ea- st 06 ftr fa. ll-18-4- harig-on-coug- hs Wmh nts yp...7' up-to-da- te fl nt col-ore- de Mi Dy.-peps- Public Sale Stock, and Farming Implements. at ( A at Wednesday, February 14, at e, It 1 "V, 1M , e, .a t vi-iti- ng Tit-Bit- s. well-kno- 50-cc- nt 1 two-hor- se T well-know- ss Geo. G. Prcwitt " F" " .2-8- -4 HIGH ART -- 8-4 anti-tippm- ad -- a " 4. t: mil chur,, n WialBlBl Hi in Hi .3 TK WINCHESTER HEWS. A GREAT MANY People are taking advantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver aid brass articles about ' the house. We have the best things in the world lor that purpose. All are guaranteed to do the work , as represented! , V Now's The Urine Cyphers are the world's Standard. There is best and that is the Cyphers. OPERA H US E EVE, FEBRUARY THOS. H. SEWELL PRESENTS THE ROMANTIC COMEDY DRAMA CUSSftD COLUMN To start your Incubator going The early chick is the paying one. only-one 10 h JEWELEI C H. BOWEN C OPTICIAN "An Everyday Girl" a mrt far a aiaaW awartat a wortf far tan MataaMha tsrtlsns. Kjc a wm tur aack aiJtaaal fc sartiM. 10c a worti par anata. Scattered Insartlais, Ic par ami pal Insertion. (fathlsi bwarlal far laaa laaj cwitt Nethina M 15 O llis IE TY i j Ofr.--. Withers Motion Picture Party. ; Davis and little A uuitijer of imitiou i)iclure partita j daugrliter. Aim Jouctt, who have been were given at the Lvrie on Fridav. visiting in Winchester, returned home among the mo.t enjoyable being that .Friday afteinoon.l'aris Xc.tes. Mr. Xathan Feld. a medical stutendered by Xannic Rowden to dent at the University of Louisville her pupils. The young people, about thhty in is home for a day or two to visit number, presented a charming "niov-.n- g his paienls. Mi', and Mrs. iM. Feld. 1 'resident J. L. Clark, of 1C. W. C. picture'' themselves a with has icturned from Cynthiana. naceful stride and beaming faces, Mr. I'lilfoid Ilagennpyer. of State ihey marched to the theatre jif a College, is in Winchester for a :Wdy. few-day- aBVanaVHaV The three elements of chief importance in incubator regulation A. story as sweet as "Lena far iaaa thai B Rivers" by Thos. Hopkins. TRACY AND STOKEY A play that grips both the heart and . the mind. Full FOR RENT. of fun. A play pulsating every moment with emotion, Good hotel or private boarditis tense, truthful, powerfully iotise with fourteen rooms, bath, are: m dramatic, bright, witty, mirthful Comedy. yas ami all modern ' convenience. Just off of Main street, in center of city, very be-;- V The performance was very .gieatly The conditions of Mrs. J. W. Sco-be- e enjoyed, for the attractiveness of is unchanged. tile pictures, and a greater pleasure Mr. Wheeler Haggard, of State ivhs added by the knowledge that the attendance helped to supply the College, is in the citl for a few davs. needs of some worthy family, to be ITear Phhlelia Rice at the College lielped by the Asociated Charities, Tuesday evening. He is an artist in the day having been et apart as a benefit for the poor toy the Lyric impersonation. management. MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! . First a sensative thermostat, one that will regulate the temperature of a hatching chamber to a fraction of a degree. Second, ease and simplicity of adjustment. Third, a device so well made in all parts that it will not lose its efficiency with age. Upon the accuracy of holding an even temperature depends success. See us and let us explain the Many Superior advantages of a Cyphers. " to-day -- t location in Winches1-- This is the same company that ter I'rioe riht. Vroowi Hat, 2 square from Main played Lena Rivers here last season 2-- PRICES 35c and 50c. GALLERY 25c Seats on sale at Strcdo's Drug Store I It's a pleasure to showy ou. Prices $15. OO to $38. OO f tieet: all modern conveniences. Price Hi 3 per month. Storeroom or ollicc building on l'oor, ha two nice rooms with modern conveniences, about 1-- 2 square fn.m Main street. Price $10 !'er mouth. Oillce in McEldowney Building" BOTH PHONES fit dlHfTO IZW. I "JOTTIS Come to-da- y. rriiliu CvtiU O.fl'OiJ $ ftf. C. r.ntr lul. CijMera When in need of any meal don't nie Jones, left Thursday afternoon Egg Cycle forget that wc have the old fashWANTED To borrow .$2,800; farm to visit relatives and friends in (Miion water mill stones and do custom as security. Apply to Robbins'at had ISM stbl!t ssouri and Illinois. grinding. T. 31. Domig.in, opposite this office. Jliss Alene Osborne, of Kenick. David Gay's warehouse, on cornel has been the guet of Mr. tind Mrs. J. M., STEVENSON FOR RENT A neat new, modUa Winn avenue. JAMES H. TURLEY'S CATARRH, ASTHMA, COLDS AND ol Merchants, Fsrmsrs Accounts James S. Mullins and family, for the suburban home and 7 acres of. Attorney-at-Laand Traders past week. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS Apply CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. land. Fine truck farm. Mr. Koy Jones, wlio been ill at his 60 S. Main St. LIS Winchester, Ky. to Kobbins at this office. George W. Shepherd, pastor. SeQUICKLY GO GoliECilon; Mads on All Point. home in tlie county, of heart to ruble, ries at Court House. Sunday school greatly improved. is' 9:30 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m. EXCHANGED Silver scaf night of 01i-Here are uiiki syniptouis of caSiimc Jrnes. of IJiohmoud, is ind 7:00 p. m. Prayer meetiajgj Leaves to His Wife His Farm of E MILK dance. Bight owned please notify Capital and Surplus visiting iMiss Xannic iJIulrins. "Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. satslO-t- f 160 Acres in Clark Ccunty And tarrh; if you have any of them fret Catherine Bobb. rid of them by breathing 11YOMKI; All HouseHold Furniture. it guaranteed to banish catarrh. upright FOR SALE A second-han- d The state pure food authorities at piano; cheap for cash or on' easy Is your throat raw? the Kentucky Agricultural ExperiFeb. 10. The j Mt. istcrlinj;. Do you sneeze often? cash payments. Apply to Miss ment Station reported Tuesday to will oL the late .James Jl. lurloy, Is your breath foul' Pearl Kutlcd-l'e- , '.12 Burns avenue. DRINK County Attorney Scott Bullitt, or tin Side View merchant, who died a Aro your eyes watery? Louisville, sixty-fiv- e vases for selllew days ago, was probated in the Do you take cold easily? ing watered or skimmed milk against Montgomery county court Thursday. FOR SALE The Big Bun Coal, tl Is your nose stopped up? dairymen supplying Louisville and After requesting that all debts be best on the market; yards on W3t Do crusts form i:i your nose? MCRETHS.H WZ certain restaurants. These cases repaid, t!io testator leaves to his wife. Broadway. Clark County Arc you worse in damp weather? sulted from the extensive inspections Mary L. Turley. his farm of 1(0 tf Company. Do you blow your nose a great that have recently been made acres in Clark county, and all housedeal? . throughout the whole of the Louis' hold and kitchen furniture. FOR RENT Sixty acres of Nor-- 1 Arc you losing your sense ot ville milk field and other parrs of corn ground; clover sod. A kfMt Mr. Turley leaves to his sister, smell? Kentucky, Clark-countand 10 acres in grass. J. II Mrs. Bcttie Chamberlain, of Does your mouth taste bad mornThe samples were collected from Croxton, Home phone 813A. ."00 in cash. After these ings? the milk depots, the dairymen, the , ri bequests are complied with the balDo you have a dull feeling in your restaurants, the hotels and other Fresh and Cured Meats, of ance of the estate, con-i-tiCountry Produce, nice eathead i places where milk is served, and FOR SALE 100 extra nice RhSde store-hous- e hind, residence, and ing and cooking apples Do you have a discharge from the when a sample was found to be watIsland Bed pullets and cockrehii. and Fresh Oysters. Your roods, and all personality, are left nose? ered or skimmed, further investigaTlome phone patronage solicited. diabsolutely to his children to lie Does mucus drop in back of tion was made to determine who was vided equally amonjr them when the I responsible. throat? When in want of flowers, ia$Ut .About 700 s.imnles wpro . reach the nrc of twenty-on- e years. analyzed in Louisville and 05 cases upon having homo grown flowers, Complete 1IYOMKT outfit, which Mrs. Turley i named a ndmini.-tra-tri- x thereby keeping your money in your includes inhaler, $1.00. extra bottles reported for prosecution. In most and guardian of the children. H. L. GILBERT & CO. home circles. ."0 cents at Phillips Drug instances the milk was taken from Tlio estate is valued at between if needed. POOLE & PTJRLLANT? from the dairymen's herds to detereverywhere twentv-fiv- e and thirtv thousand dol- - Slore and FLORIST, Home Phone 37 . mine how much water had been ad- lars. ded to the milk as supplied bv the Winchester, iy. "David Garrick" at the College dairymen's cows. Tuesday evening by Phidelia Bice, FIRST LA GRIPPE, FOR SALE oOO shocks of &A Bed Cross Dairy (Phone 889-x- .) the impersonator. corn. A barrel to the shock. J. supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and , THEN BRONCHITIS II. Croxton, Home phone 813?A. sanitary Holstein nd grade . Jersey I " SANITARIUM CINCINNATI, I Such was the case with Mrs. W. S milk; not watered. CRUEL MAN OHIO "My wif Bailey, McCrcary, Ky. was taken down with a severe at FURS! FURS!! fURSU! tack of la grippe, v which run 'inti an HSlSkBw Will pay you the Ilfgtest Cash bronchitis. She coughed as tho? she Price? for your Furs. had consumption nnd could not sleej rAtaHdealers-Prk- c 9m. MEN CURED AT SMALL COST Tlio Doctor's mediehu at night J. W. ITJSEL Difficult Scra!nl ODerailons Prfnrni Wltfi BWrALO.H.V.' Skill and Saccess, When Surgery Is Hecestary Bridge Junk Shop, SOLE AOtrctSiU. gave 'her no relief and I was advi'-ct- . ILL DISEASES OF MEN No. 23 North Maple st. mmmm mm to try Foley's Jloney and Tar Comdcduavcht irir East Tennessee Phone 215, Home , CJl-E- O pound. The liiyt. bottle gave Her so Positively Cuarantoad E. E. LO0MIS j lUdlraUr Cursrl In Pbanc 500. much relief that she continued using ARlUlluCLCTen Days. FrtoBsak J JpftttM--f Stricture. Etc. :t and three bottles effected permaUrir. Cured bilnprmed Methods and RESTORATIVE Trcsteient In Loss of Vital Poarcr A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET nent cure." Mr. W. S. Bailey says Few Days.. UVnSAPCl C CURED In a frra Is&rradtn. Imam!, he is prepared to answer all inquirInnt ffivA nn hoca nntll Tnn ltv rn clA Dr. Wet and dulled feet usually afTee: IloUel He will eite Tott FKRK a t'uorontb exam. ies promptly. Ination. ni vill I'll Ton th Trntb. anil the mucous membrane uf the nose, Cotnaltatton Fn Year conelvntUl &t3csor rxprlenc. Trained br letter. Twnaty For sale by All Druggists. Ben on Jf fn'a th'roat (and lungs, and la grippt, f1ttrndant. Fm. of ear, ag p. Boob forvovtare. PENDLETON, IUSH 4 WNI coon receint of 4 eta. i f clTinn much val sakla information. Call at down brondiitis or pneumonia may result. town offlc or write to The nicest and most Attriieys-t-U- m bm walnut stheet. Watch carefully, particularly the no Vi i nni i c CINCINNATI, O Li VU1.I.C perfumes and toilet articles at the Uili 5th Floor McEldowney., Baila She Before you go. haven't you a children, and for the racking stubBrown-ProctorThe PJiarrnacy wdrd to &ay In praise ot the little WifKkt9iMr.-Ky- . WINCHESTER CLOAK SUIT CO. store of quality. lunch I prepared for you with my own born coughs give Foley's Honey and Insure in Tar Compound." It soothes the inbands! He Why er yes. The vaeumoers flamed membranes, and heals the , STROTHER'S THANKS EXTENDED FlMM 7M were excellent. A. M. DOMB, i . coughs quiekly. 3Irs. A. A. Swagel. The Associated Charities wishes Kroh, Wis., says: "It always give OLD Fzod Value of Raisins. oc Both Phones Elks rv to thank' the firm of McCord & PhilFoley's. Honey and Tar Compound to In food value a, pound of raisins la FIRE INSURAMCfJUbl lips for the generous contribution of equal to a posad of bread, two Bgu4a x BtfMMf WlNluIlfiSTElC, P1 frEAL EWfrTE ACENCY two dozen pairs of shoes. to4ake'iL 'and Colds and'taey-likj pounds.of apples" J .V . MISS t DICORD, Sec;jVt v m Jlr. John A. Jones and wife. Jen- Corner Main and Broadway GRUBBS Also Agents for the 50 & BEIMTOIV WINCHESTER, KY. FGR SALE Shelled com at So cent per bushel. S. Kennker & Son. ht 1 Hatcher at $6. 50 Clark County Nations! BANk FCR RENT:? upstairs rooms, balh and ga-- . near college. Tenn phone 3t 3t n-- ss w -tt s P $350,000.00 3t K. Extra Specials FOR Cn-strncti- on ll-2g- THIS WAY FORI Saturday " -tf ni; AND Monday Terms Cash i Sts j 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 TO j -lt i"1 D II UlllAnnriF P f ; rm :WknYirfokBUH . $2.50 K!n .'. jvfl-.s- choice. This is a rare opportunity Come in early and get first Inc. -- nilnTlinC rtUrl 1 a ia Manager Binding - 364. ' RELIABLE itom 4 Ml' 1 e nut wimnttmiuKV aCTHHjaBVaBBBBlHBaBBBBl T - y ; HEWS , . : 7K t 'I I 1 I BIG BANKRUPT SALE IN FULL BLAST 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 Suits, bankrupt 8.00Suits, bankrupt $10.00 Suits, bankrupt $12.00 Suits, bankrupt $13.50 Suits, bankrupt $15.00 Suits, bankrupt 6.00 Men's vSuits sale sale sale sale sale sale i ; - $3.00 50c 'Neckties at 25c Neckties at 15c Arrow Brand Collars -- 25c l lis 5c $3.50 , Only 3 : $5.00 !i6.00 $650 $7.50 A FEW EXTRA SPECIALS $3.50 and $4.00 Crawford Shoes forJ 1 $5.00 Florsheim Shoes for $2.50 Shoes $2.00 Shoes- .$1.50 Shoes r All Ladies', Boys' and Children's Shoes below cost. e. SHOES to a customer. - $1.98 $2.51 and $3.51 $1.W $UI $ .18 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 Over shirts at ONE-HALF 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-HAL- F ONE-HAL- F PRICE. Boy's Knickerbocker Suits at Half-pricGoods With One Extra Pair Pants. , $2.00 Knee Suits, now $2.50 Knee Suits, now J3.00 Knee Suits, now 53.50 Knee Suits, now , 14.00 Knee Suits, now 14.50 Knee Suits, now J5.00 Knee Suits, now 55.50 Knee Suits, now 56.00 Knee Suits, now $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.25 $2.75 $2.98 $3.25 $3.50 r Remember the sale is being conducted in the same store room formerly occupied by R. Frank, on North Main Street in the Jone jBuilding, Winchester, Ky. H. Friedman, Manager. P. H. DAVIS THE KING'S BUSINESS W. C. T. U. Notes 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 of Tires and Tubes and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us a trial. - WINCHESTER GARAGE Hoa. Phone LL KING Proprietor. 31 Cast Tenn.244 Oxy-Acetyli- Welding Of Automobile Parts. ne I have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit people of Methodism, you need the organization and the organization needs you. ''There are two doors now open The Juvenile Missionary Society that I would had I the power, lock will meet Sunday afternoon at before sunset: first, the mouMi of o'clock. The Superintendent urges the moderate drinker, iby enlarging a good attendance. his scientific knowledge and mellowMr. E. S. AYoosley. of Louisville, ing his .heart in wiser love to God'and man; and next, the door that shnts Secretary of the Central Kentucky every brewery, distillery, and grog- Hoys' Work, gave an instinctive of the shop. The key that would do' this talk to the congregation Presbyterian Street is prohibition by law, prohibition by Washington politics and prohibition iby woman's church Sunday morning. lie said ballot may we soon grasp it jn 'our instead of locking upon the boy as a firm and steady hands! We can do scape goat, as most persons do, he considered him a great thing, and this; we will do iti"' by he would rather be a boy than anyThese ringing words spoken y Frances E. Willard, quicken the thing clso in the world. Mr.,Woos-lchas caught the vision and has set heart and strengthen the pulse of his hand to the task of saving the every 'loyal member of the Woman's boy. Christian Temperance Union. Rev. G. II. Joplin, of Louisville, "Tho dead, s3ie yet spcaketh," and will preach at the Washington Street thousands arc coining to her assistance in moulding the key that will Presbyterian church Sunday. Since fit the lock on these two doors. The Jlr. Crafton's resignation this pulpit Winchester Union is happy over the has been filled by Mr. Joplin, oi enrollment of two new members iwith-:- u nunc other supply. the past few days. Will not others consider joining Social in the near future, but the date was not definitely set. Last year was one of the most successful in the historj- - cf tho society, both from a financial standpoint, and with regard to the development of members along lines, of charity and general work. Associated Charities The Board of Directors met TuesThe day afternoon, February 7. lVddicord, General Secretary, Miss reported 112 appeals for assistance during January; 41 families assisted. She also reported two donations of coal; by Judge Nelson, 40, bushels and Mr. Thos. Waldcn, 25 bushels. The soup house has been Well patronized the past few days; .Wednesday 74 people, and Thursday 1 12 were "supplied. THIRTY STICKS and said: "I'm sorry I must be 'a cripple, but if is the only way, go ahead." , ( OF DYNAMITE Explode After Being Thawed Out, And Two Men Are Severely Injured Waynesburg. Pa., Feb. 10.- - Thirty sticks of dynamite that a foreigner was trying to thaw out at a black smith shop exploded at Spraggs, near here, Thursday night, severely injuring tiwo men, shattering two Mr. Rice was one of the very few houses, breaking telegraph and tel- to receive the Chautauqua salute last ephone lines and ripping gas and oil summer. pipes. The girl would not consent to. be put under the influence of an anesthetic, and calmly looked on whlc the surgeons amputated the fingers. Miss Kreutzer's exhibition of fortitude was unparalleled in their rt: pcrienec, the doctors said. While the girl bore the pain of the crushing cogwheels without a murmur, other young women employed in the nail fainted and had to be taken to their ' homes. Specially Adapted to Welding Automobile Parts such as cylinders, crank cases and all other parts of Automobiles, Milliner Machinery, Farm Machinery, Gas Engines, Etc. We weld all metals with the they are as strong or stronger than new. and guaranteed. Oxy-Acetyli- ne our ranks? The joint Epwortli League and Young People's Missionary Society of the Methodist church, recently organized, enjoyed a delightful literary and social meeting on Monday evening in the Sunday school room and pastors study of the church. After a well rendered program, the young jpeople were entertained in various ways and delightful refresh ments were served. .About 'sixty, were. in attendance and all report the wcrk of his rd,epartmentr n success. Devotional' meeting? of this organization are held every Sunday evening at 6:30 in the Sunday school room of tho: church. Business meetings, literary .and social meetings are held monthly. This, organization provides for the intellectual, spiritual and social development of the young, and offers opportunities for active "Christian work at home and abroad. Young Torch All work CHAS. HAGAN, Machine and Repair Works, Corner Broadway and Highland BHaaBBaaHaaBaBaaaaaaaaaBBH 3 7 4& TheNew Depositor 4e Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal atten-tae- a ' aid prompt service. .All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon thai we nay prove quality of our banking service. We invite yon to call and see us. A s 3 Citizens National Bank Near Court Honw. Winchester, Ky. Xaia and South Court Street. Read Xlie News THE SOUND SLEEP Only registered pharmacists hanOF GOOD HEALTH dle yonr perscription at the Brown-Proctor"Anything that helps one helps all. Pharmacy. Absolute acsuffering from kidThe store of Is not for those Anything that degrades any memiher curacy guaranteed. ney ailments and irregularities. The of Jhe human family degrades all. quality. prompi Use of Foley Kidney Pills So one can afford to shut out anyone will dispel backache' aud rheumafrom his sympathy. None but the tism, heal and strengthen sore, weak ignorant judge harshly or dare to be WONDERFUL and ailing kidneys, restore normal j uncharitable." The restless heart seeks to do someaction, and with it health' and thing great, strength. Mrs. M. F. Spalsbary, HOW COLD AFFECTS FORTITUDE Sterling, 111., says: suffered great And lets ttic common things ol "I THE KIDNEYS. life 'slip by pain in my back ami kidneys, could Forgetting that the trifles indicate irot sleep at night, and could not Avoid taking cold if your kidneys Which path we're taking for cter are sensitive. Cold congests the Is Shown By Young Girl Who Stood raise my hands over my aead. But , , kidneys, throws too much work upon nity." Unflinching While Her Hand Was two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills cured me. Foley Kidney Pills "have them, and weakens their action. The First Christian church will Released. my heartiest endorsement." even kidney trouble and t hold its regular services Sunday and ma-F.ot Sale by AH Druggists. result. disease Brigkt's Philadelphia. Pa. Feb. 10. For 45 prayer meeting the usual mid-weStrengthen your kidneys, get rid. of Bertie Kreutzer,. minutes Wednesday evening. This has been FURS!! FURS! FlrtSlU. the pain and soreness, build 'them up indeed a 'busy week for Rev. Mr. by the timely use of Foley Kidney of Frankford. stcod without flinchWill pay yoa the. Hitfaest (Cub MaoXeill'ts congregation, because of .Pills' They will, cure any case of ing, her hand caught in a cogwheel in the thread Prices for yonr Fan.. ;f the Missionary Rally and C. W: B. kidney or1 bladder trouble", nqt beyonS of A. twisting-machinJ. W. ffiSEL Ifaeiorv of Robert J.- Ederer. while M. meeting. the reach of medicine. No medicine . Bpdg Jmk a " twelve men worked with feverish First Baptist unurcn u cahdo nvoreJ s) No. 23 'North Maple at haste to dismantle the machine. Aid of the First BapThe Ladies' For Sale by All Druggists. East Tennessee Phone 215, flea While they were taking it apart, a tist church met Monday, February 1M8A doctor from the .Frankford Hospitat ftone 596. Notwithstanding the inclement o.. TOM COWAN BACK. stood bj- - the girl's side administering' a goodly number weather, there" was Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is stimulants from time to time. When in attendance, ar.d .items of interest reback'at his stand in the tMcEldowney finally her hand was released, Miss to the society were discussed; -- to sick; plans Building and is now. ready to serve Kieutzer walked unassisted to a their ports made 'as considered with regard to those mem- his old friends and customers where waiting ambulance, and when the N yon will always get prompt ,ppd first doctors told her they would have tc bers who are jn need urrAL.N;Y. amputate three fignres ,she smiled The Aid hopes; to give a Sock class service. ia Se-rio- us y ek -e TOCTEII-MtLMM- ( C. - A 4 Si if .' 4 ' "4. -