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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 12, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912021201_sn86069133 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 12, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. H .... ' : HA - ' " 1 -- V Lg 'VOLUME 7; No. 97. J vV ' '" """" 1,1,1 Tins WINCHESTER NEWS' WINCHESTER, KEfiTUCKY, K ON DAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1912. V 1 4 . - v. WEATHER Cloudy and Colder Monday Night; Tuesday Generally Fair. si. 36 3 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK SAFE IN THE FCRMER CLARK COUNTY 1809--MAN r ABRAHAM LINCOLN' 1912 EXPERT JOB A DEATH OF MRS. WILLIAMS Matric:.', Her Died ARMS OF JESUS SftMnth Day is Chosen by AND MAN J. MA The Mr Michael Coyne Aged 66 Years, 1 t (Jews Secures Services of Mr. Higgins," of Lexington, C. Was Twice Second a Master on Which to Recall Pure Spirit ef Mrs. J. W. Scobee. Mrs. Susie Elizabeth Scobee died Sunday morning at 8 o'clock, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Lexington, a lingering illness. The diiect cajlse of death was complications arising from an operation for gall Dies as Result cf an Attack of for Compos- Husband Having Short Paralysis. Mr. Michael Coyne, (ifi years old, a native of Ireland and for a number of years past, an employe of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Com pany in Lexington, died Sunday at- tcrnoon tit '.i o'clock at his home, 570 West Main street, following two at- tacks of pnralvsis. the last being on- ly a week ago. . Mr. Coyne is survived by Ins wit!-four sons and five daughters. I lis children were: Messrs. John, William, Thomas and Joseph Coyne, all c Lexington; Misses Alice. Julia. Ellie and Elizabeth Coyne, o Lexington. a and Sister Mary Teresea the Sister of nun in the order of Providence, Newport, Ky. Mr. Coyne was formerly a citizen e of Clark county, having been keener on the Lexington pike for III1Bbc7of vears. Jo-ep- li, toll-gat- ing Room of Piant. ' ! Tiirc Ago at The Age of 105. Mrs. Mary Williams died Sunday morning at her home near Pilot View of pneumonia at the age of S." years. Her second husband. Mr. William William- -, died about six months og.i at the as of H.". Mrs. Williams was twice marriudi the fir.--t time to Mr. Adams to whom bore two -- ous, James and Rodney, both of whom are residents of t!iU county. To her second union were barn Me-s-Williams, of this county. Wai. Williams, .of Lexington, ami Mrs. Dudley Williams, of thi- - county. Uit-har- d j j ; stones. Mrs. Scobee whs a daughter of Colonel Strothcr Bowen, who served in the Confederate army under Stonewall Jackson. She was born in Clark county, Va., 55 years ago. Mrs. Scobee is survived by her husband, Mr. J. "Wi Ssoboe; one , 1 The News has secured the seni-ce- s of Mr. J. C. Iliggin- -. of Lexington, as a valuable aid to t'ie composing roonVrthc plant. 'Mr. Higgins is an expert job and ad. num. and has had twenty years experience in the business. . The News is mw jirepaivd to put out high-clajob uoik with neatness and in short order, the services of Mr. Higgins adding gieatly to tlu facilities of the ship. ss MR. JOE ESIES PASSES AWAY son, Mr. Claude Scobee; and five daughters, Mrs. W. D. Mooie, of Lonisvillo; Mrs. Eliza belli Hects. Mrs. Dick McCormick, Mrs. Jeffries Goodwin and Mrs. Oscar Schmidt. Three sisters. Mrs. Flora Gregory. Mrs. Williams had b?en sick for lbmit a wc"k previous to hvr doutli. kmv.vn .ie was aiTcctionately Marv." The body was buried at 'J:.'M Mon-la- y afternoon at the Rev. Wm. Uu- Young Farmer Dies at His Resilience pard graveyard. On The Ruckervilie Pike Monday Morning at 7 O'clock. ol ualias, Jexas; airs. Jennie lKM- mont, of Virginia, and Miss Irene Bowvn; and two brothers, Dr. Henry Bowen, of Jacksboro, Texas, and Mr. o S. E. Bowen, of tins city, aio al--- TVENTY SEVEN YEARS ".! living. DIES IN FLORIDA The funeral will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Home Was in Irvine, Ky., Was Twice the First Methodist church with services by Rev. 0. J. Chandler and Rev. Married, Second Wife Beig Miss L. Robinson. The burial will take City. a farmer agod Mr. Joe years, died Monday morning at o'clock at his residence on the K-l- OE FAITHFUL SERVICE 7 pike. a Mr. .L'-t- es lived alone in Ends With Resignation of Mr. C. E. Lydanne as Local Editor of WinMr. F.stes was injured about the first of January in an automobile acchester Democrat. Leonora Rice, of This place in the Winchester cemetery. cident, when a car owned by the .Bay-les- s years of serv- After twenty-seve- n The following will act as pallMotor Car Company, of LexingA telegram to relatives heie anbearers : R. F. Scobee, II. R. Scobee, nounces the death of Mr. David ton, and driven by Robert Lilly, a ie?, Mr. 1 . h. Ii.vdaniie wsigncil Nit-- ui day night as h eal editor of tlia R. H. Scobee, D. B. Scobee, R. O. Bergman at Clcauvater, Fla. No deThroughout Kie ban owing years chauffeur, collided with a by his fuc'.steps and we honoi Oil; EULOGY 014 LINCOLN -- elves Fitch and D. II. Bratton. acute if the blcodie.-- t war in history he wagon in which he was riding on the Winchester Democrat. by singing his fame. Jn t!i tails- were given, except that world'-- ; galaxy of heioos he stand- onductcd the affairs cf his govern-i.eDuring that time Mr. Lyddane Lexington pike in front of McCorHonorary pallbearers: J. E. GarXneTheit 11. Moore, of the Local BarT nii--and yet so so eileigctically T. 'McCormick. was in Irvine, undoubtedly first. tmly three regular meetings Mr. Bergman's home net', C. E. Bush, John True greatness is destined to Without a Through his attorney, Mr. J. Smith of the City Council. 'lnm.niely that as well as being tin1 J. ICy. He was twice married, Ins lirsl H. A. Scrivener, J. A. Tanner and W: t'..c csa.dl.i- recognition and the readiness Lida 'Moore, the North Hays, suit was brought for $2000 doubt he is more familiar with the protestor and defender of .vife having been Miss W. Wheeler. with which any people recognize such tion of glory the star of anothei American which shines "with almost !ie.v. .is the loving and sympathetic, damages. Mr. Hayes stated Mon- doings of Hie Council for the p.ist Mi's. Scobee was one of Win- of Irvine, and the second Miss Leo- gieatuess is a distinctive mark of day morning that the suit would b.' quarter of a century than any other chester's gentlest and most lovable nora Rice, who survives him. Two tlieir stage equal splendor and we recognize the frien.l of the South. of civilization. iiriMi.ibly iie man. marriage aic ?hildien by his first W: en the elands of war were scat- - pioscentcd ini ladies. Her earnest, unostentatious-kindnesname of the lowly Lincoln, the aninmenilpil if it We may say with pardonable pride found that the Bergman, w:is According to Mr. Lyddane there of peace and endeaied her to neighbois ilso living: Mr. Robert niversary of whobC birth we honoi lered ity the sun-Lii.vho resides at Irvine, and was en- -. that America has leen blessed with today. is not a firm in the city operated by and to all who knew her. the r .vord of strife was placed into accident had 'hastened his death. ' ,. i, Dr. W. A. Bush, the attending phy- the same people as when he first beageu Willi ins iainer in ii.j ...i.i..' her quota of illustrious men. Their uie numc- She was a lovely Christian charTin own into the world from an un- the : .ahbaul never to be. again Hipi-pami 'achievements hae unquestionably sician, stated that he did not attend gan his duties. t in such a conflict the noble acter, not only by profession, but by ht ancestry by his transcended those of all other na- known and that kindly deeds, her gentle words Mrs. Mabel Milward, of Lexington. heart cf Lincoln was the first to op- Mr. Estes after the accident her In addition to his newspaper work climbed the rugged hill of life until to Lex- - tions. Their work has wrought wonhis knowledge of the case he The body will be shipped living. a id welcome the erring ones from her spotless a en he was for eight years County SuI tol-r- t TkVlf'f ders 'for all mank'nd and the influ- upon its topmost peak he stood 1,... J t,,L i,,iu 4l.rt 1.....:il ,,.fll sisterhood of union. attributed death to diabetes. He was perintendent of Schools. compliment to his Cteator. Cradled in hack into the As a wife, she was ever faithful ence?, .for good whi.'h they have instiMr. Estes was never married and " tl,e Winston centners in dealing with the and faithful untiring in his efforts loval and tender and a a mothn povciiy he was to his dying hour the His kindness Three Kentiickians have died sud- - tuted will make Lie peoples of states endeared him to the has no immediate relatives. to duty. friend of the common prople .anc untiring in her loving ministrations". their debto'rs forever. The remain-- ; will be buried in iw in Clearwater during the past whether in his huinhle home at heai; of every former foe and mark-i- d The wealth of love from her great lenly All nations have had their favorite Winchester cemetery Tuesday mornthe other two being Mr. JDEA HUSTLE WINCnESTJs-'- S C'.o crowning climax to his life of glorious heart was showered unstint- few weeks, Springfield or the spacious purlers ot son-iat sons. We have hut to glance ing at 10::i0 with services at the Ilavrv Milward, who was a inu-l-i nnnn lmr liiiclinml mill c.hildreu tho executive mansion he ever lent love . , . the pages grave by Eld. J. W. Harding. history to see them ii i nu nr , .Air. nerumau: aim - During her long illness, vnen tar a listening car to their appeals. 1acolii wa a statesman in every (he feet of tlieir idol-- . a farm on worshiping at The deceased Ixxington. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY loved ones saw her patient fact Felix, of ;en o that broad teim infers. lit What need is there o repeat -; pike containing thirty We see imperial Rome, the 'he Rnckerville drawn ,with suffering, no murmur es The world knows it by .va.-- gifted wit'a the prophetic vision of the wor'.l at whose shrine which were acres. caped her. And even when informed SECRETARY OF WILSON LYRIC THEATRE Mothers teach his deeds to .if seeing conditions heart. iliowed. iloin" lioin:!!".' by the surgeons that chances weif lisping childien and fathers iinuad to arise and thu knowing the the mighty (.acsar and ofTenug hunt their The Unveiling. (P.iograph.) against her recovery she said, ! 'seek to impress upon their. sons the future he so'ught to make preparathe diadem he will not wear. hb I 11. I - .1 (Lubin.) Heavenly smile lighting her wan The Maniac. i" Vj ; tions for it. gaze ;n admiration and wonder upr.n j nOll Ol HIS I'lUllillTlC'L. Dr. 1 Sills Patient. (Essanay.) .fe'a'tures: "I am ready, if it be Hi Seemingly, he was piovidentially 'vo .t miasnnatum the soldiers of Fiance as they con- - j I" Lieut. to do. EXTRA ATTRACTION Fnr Tenfh District. Attorney C. S. quer the Alpine snows for Xapol "1 .bey Ihete is a vivid pictiiu "qi ipped for the woik he was ........ .1 W till Roilrigues. who has walked all over l.ii.n :Shc leaves to husband, to son and i "I" boyhood of Lincoln. Thcx Tl.. ' Favorably Willi Moffett Will Have Duty of Ap eon's glory and weep in .bitter an- ; the wot Id and taken pictures. He requisites oL leadership. Ills daughters, a priceless heritage, whicl' gui-- h when that selfish genius see Inni nntutored ami lmlearneo natural Drink on the will giw his illustrated lecture of Any Coca-Col- a ;cis,inalily was pleasing and pie-p- o neither the vears nor the cares ol pointing Secretaries Under Kit; breathes his last hi the lonely shores lighting the battles of poverty in Market. liis travels at all of th performances may world take away sessing: his intfllectual strength this cabin home. They ce him ly of St. Helena. 'Wo see the yeomanry Altonipy C. S. Moffett. rclurm-.Monday and Tuesday. memorv of her. as she lived and source of admiration to all who The ing oulsctrctchcd upon the cabiu a TJie attention of the public is call- fJL UU and 3i!0. hav of .Britain as they rally around the .i Matinee everyday, lAr.n-i- 'i .IS .1 i..,..,. Saturday night from Frankfort, sought re- knew him; and his character of that i'il to the advertisement nf tho Roxa- Will Uieil, ...in aS Cromwell !loor. afier all others-hastandard of the fearless r...... ..i- n. i light' to lead them Heavenwai-d- . .n"' ueen in aiieiiii.iiu:e ai mc mm 'loving tenderness which gained for Koln Factory in this is-of The dealing England's monandry sitoh an lief in slumber, pouring oxer tlifi VAMTED Young men wanting a of inns "iven in ln.nor of Governor wKerc rests she now in the-arhas installed hooks he could borrow by the light Oi Eiiin the hearts of all his coantrymju. News. Mr. Wain.-co- tt effective blow that it dropped from musical education at yen-- little Jc-n- s. Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey ie Among the names which have been the latest improved machinery in the the clutches of tyranny the sacred i llickeriug torch. Thev see him 'Mr. Moffett has accepted the plat' rimed Jiptvn the gilded scroll of manufacture of carbonated drinks cost shonld join Modern Woodmen reluctantly leaves his books an-rights of freedom. . tvn .. i of America Band and Orchestra. as secreiary ol ine w oimi licaven none shine with more lustie and says that Jiis drink will compute But let us turn from foreign climbs the stnrway of pegs to his -- mi nemocintic Association for the For particulars apply Geo. H. Among the characters o: favorably with anything on the marthan his. EVOLUTION OF scenes and look upon history made bed of leaves in the cabin loft. District Congressional Maekie. at Barnes' Grocery or Tenth history around whom a loving world ket.. Ah. what a life of inspiration ' sons. "We see by onr own the Dr. F.. R. Bush, president. Fraternf ivVntuckv. and will have has woven the woof of devotion none of the drink The hartnlessnoss rebellion to the What a bovhood of devotion to s our colonies in MODERN REAPER luty of appointing Secreh'ir-e- Ciown. We hear the distant rumb- dawning greatness! Fortunate, in- - touch the heart cords of human sym- was demonstrated recently in this nity Building. thi' under him in each of pathy as does Lincoln. oil'icc when the editor purchased two FOR SALE More Gold Fish on Sat- -, revolution and we deed, is America in having such a counties in tdis district. Such a plan lings of the coming Admiring countrymen seek by towJvnttles and the printers "dev of our fathers. shining example for her sons to fol urday at Bean's New SandT f organization will later be put on quake for the safely ering monuments and priceless me- il" drank sixUen in one afternoon. Wil Be Shewn By Motion Pictures foot throughout the entire state, in The gloomy heavens are pierced by low. Dallas Iiwrenee. name, bnt the And it neer even phased him. Lincoln was called to the Jielm of morials to exalt his the lightning of tyranny and "the Put en by international Harvester an effort to have Kentucky instruct will these destroy and inentiaiocg FOR SALE One 240-eg- g depotUm is raised state when the service of- such a man looth of time for Woodrow Wilson. The work cf merciless heel of WILL MOVE EAST. ' they will cmmble and fall. Talent (J.V3. ;.L W. He assumed Call Home phone Harvester Company. will be taken up in to stamp ont the flickering blaze of were so direly nesdeiL. ;i ed speakers will laud his character when the Rartlett. liberty. But at this crisis the gath- the role of leadcr.-iii-n Clark county at some future time Wilson has accepted a Mr. Gay with encomiums which are gems of "The Romance ot the licapar wan g. . Scnator Claude M. Thomas ering clouds of despair aie torn stormy clouds of sceessirn were purest eloquence bnt these will be position as butcher with S. P. Green- WANTED To rent desirable part of threatening colored views and motion pictures of Bourbou county, was elected asunder and the star of Washington hovering in the horizon Monday to take Gifted historians will wade, and left sinrp rorm to reliable. dressmaker. forgotten. will be presented at tje Opera House Presi(lent of tne Wilson Association shines throngh. With the skill of a every moment to delifge'onr country Xfc ? Souh embellish their luminous 'p3?0-- nritl1 charge of the fresli meat department. at gt3r gifted genius he brings order out of with fraternal blood. The safety of Thursday afternoon and night. No U the e. to s glowing tiibutes to liis achievements Mr. Wilson will move his family . chaos 111111 hurls back upon amazed Old Glory wasntrrfs'tod to his sands admission will be charged, the show imrr..- Mt. "Sterling m the near iiitnre. will pass away. legions after when the deariold flags.w.15 heingns bnt these "being put on by' the International I England her defeated Change cf Time WANTED To buy National Cash The one thing that will not UarV&L her sa'fyi; J t&Lrvesrter Company. Jt has been necessary to' change being, granted the independence we sailed and hebloWy-sifr- f condi-b- is establish - ' cmmble or fall; that will not pass heavens is the spirit of love r5rieb;Sllipster. Must be in good through four "The evolution of the modern reap: I the. time of the C. W. B. M. Auxiliary now.enjov.g, Apply at Star Store, No.;7 life engrafted into, the hearts otkl ., I 1 1 otto Tor hut will be as' consft as the .4 M GratcfuljMnueed, are we for Wash ing.her upon tUii iucsuuj i.iu ncu r TrMi tne; oia reap hook whi 1ue iirom o ciock un fV South Main street., inn in its journeys throngh the I his fellowmen. ingtou. American soil was honored union forever. nesday afternoon at 2:30. two-horse nt ed portable house. t s ne : r.wu-meri- - n- of-thc- pos.-e.ss- rd mis-ties- I 1.- 1 le M-'- d ue ms , . illu-trio- us .1 j. n & State-at-larg- , ..... j 1 1. -lt v sr - r .t J1 3 . l?v.V HA P.." s j.' - , i.v,v. rv . t - 1 1 4 THE WINCHESTER NEWS. vet manner, vhile fir Sand liis faith suWinie.Ue lived a life which exemplified the " JJ South Njata Street, lines of his favorite poem: IN THE WORLD 'Oh, why should the spirit of mortal Winchester, Kentucky. he proud? 'Lil e a swift, fleeting meieorn fnM Drtly, Except Sunday. 'People- - wh'o depend upon' Hying cloud; . Entered as second-clas- s matter, "A Hash of the lightning, a hrea'c of to keep them free from stomach November" 28, 1908, at the postoffice t huVcrv- ahvavs have clean stomachs the wave. jniBchester, Kentucky, under tie "Ucpasseth from Jifc to his re.--t in free from fermentation -let of March 3, 1879." tablets will stomacli the drive out gas, sourness and stomach Phones 91. . . Both distress in five minutes, Phillips the wink of an eye; ''Tis Orug Slore guarantees them. " 'T:s Dae blast of a breath, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: They will absolutely put an end to m the splendor of health 'Fn indigestion and make the stomacli By Hail. 'To the paleness of death; sturdy and strong if used as directed "Fri.m the gilded saloon Daily, one year $3.00 For all stomach ailments and for "To the bier and the shroud; Six Months 1.50 loss appetite, of "Oh, why should the spirit of mor'.al nervousnes .Ope Month 25 overeating, dizziness, M nightmare, , be proud f" Payable in Advance. drinking, and for all diseases caused FEBRUARY 12. by upset stomach, is guarNATES: LrtjE WINCHESTER HEWS f hamblc It- t H III-O-N- A PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE STOMACH- SOUP HOUSE AND' - SHDPINa VHHi-- Ma ASMtfHHMIES Persons Were4Supplietl Saturday; Generous Contributions. GREAT REVIVAL OF RELIGION One of Most Remarkable Features ' Among Snlrilers Durjna Last Days of Great Struggle. "One of the most remarkable features of the Civil war," says an old of St. Louis, Mo., "was the great revival of religion In the Confederate armies during the last 18 months- of the struggle. "While most o the Confederate sol- 'dicrS Hverenoath to admit it. yet after the fall 'of Vicksburg, which opened the Mississippi and cut the Confederacy in two, the awful defeat at Get tysburg, which proved the impossibil ity a successful Invasion of the North, it became clear to every thinking man In the south that the cause was lost. And yet, that they were in the right, the soldiers could not persuade themselves but that in some mysterious way they would win. They hoped that complications between the United States government and Great Britain would take place, and when this hope was disappointed they looked confidently for trouble with France over the Mexican affair. Nothing came of it. however, and still the poor fellows clung to their hope of help from some unexpected quarter until some of them actually came to believe that supernatural aid would be extended at the last mo- FIRST SHOWING OF THE NEW DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING - Good Work,C6"nWues, And Over 185 MI-Q-X- A AiVENTlSINt MI-O-X- A t, - . A large box "0 cents ,at .'Phillips cditioa ho Km, .it These arc the days when great Ibug Store and druggists everyffcrM tiwi, within on week. . M economic problems arc hcfoie the where. 1.00 people of America; problems of taxDa jMk, continuously Dm calendar mo-- , eontinuonsly 3.0C ation, hours of labor, cost of living, Few yrecks, 4 times., week. . . 2.10 higher civilization, woman suffrage, TAFT FORCES Yex .creeks, three time m week 1.81 honesty in politics and honesty in twh Mttia, two liaei & week. L2i business. You cannot get- - away Per Uno: RMtirtf N8tk from them. Yon may be oitc of ARE LINING .7.' those who cry "Let well, cflousii Fear weeks, one tim week. . .alone," but wc arc far past that. Buimn notices, body type... he&dfcjc... 15 The change is going on in every ity Senator Bradley Recites Personnel PVre xetdbc, l!kxM continuous insertions of Esau and hamlet, and always we are workof Committee of Prominent Repubrat ing towardmore light, greater de. fle at double the one-tilicans. ment "The chaplains in the southern army cency and a finer sense of human obCl$!9ad-- Pir Wsri: w were as a rule very earnest, devout Washington, 12. Sena tor Feb ligations. lc Oae icaertioi., any editios men, and encouraged the superstitious On February 12 comes the anni- - Bradley has recited (Cic personnel of hopes of the soldiers, until finally both Ikree insertions continuously .. 2. chaplains and men came to believe versa ry of the birth of one whom it tc eommittee of prominent Hepub-i- s insertions.1, Kaeh tkree additional that earnest prayer and supplication od well to reverently remember. A lieans which is creating the ,Taft continuously. .10c Dm calendar no., would bring about Divine Intervention Abraham time to read a Life of nuizalion in Kentucky under the in their behalf. tfotkiag counted less than 10 words. to your sons, to study the m.ion of the Senator. Those named "But the chaplains told the men item charge ,ea booki for No they must first, as they expressed It, acts of one on whom was placed the .1lx, .,juong the more important; cogs taam IS eeata. 'get right with God themselves.' So mightiest and most tragic burden 0f tie fa ft .machine the men proceeded at once 'to seek I HIS PWEP REPRESEHTEO FOl FCKISr their own salvation.' The movement that ever bowed the shoulders of a which will seek to grind out twenty-huma- n ADVERTISING EY THE first began in the Tennessee array, and being. six Kentucky delegates for the Presi- among the regiments from the mounr calm, i ,PU l.VTivna-wMrs. Ahroham Lincoln was san?. the Senator .said, there arc tain districts of Georgia, North Car5n olina and Tennessee. judicial, wise, kind, aggressive, hu- - njj,i,y other, privates in the ranks, Most extraordinary scenes were witnessed inane, enlightened, progressive, ten- - y0t aj fi)e c:lnU! tj,ne doing work of NEW YORK AHO CHICAGO in the camps. All night, after a long 'great importance, and doing it oheer- der. BRANCHES IN ALL TH? PRINCIPAL CITir day's march, perhaps skirmishing or ' fighting from dawn till dark, the men Were he living today he would face fully and well. would gather round the fires, and present problems in the same kindly ABRAHAM LINCOLN. ,n (io H Qal by Scnn what little rations they had and the spirit, and yet with the same indom- - j 1m .f wm w mlleeil lhilt tllP names rations were often very unequal to their needs then pray and sing, often itahle will that characterized him Lincoln, the nnniver.-nr- y Abraham RoprPfonl.ltives jo)n W. Lanlcv until long after midnight. is being observed to- when he made his immortal (iettys- .1IlllCa,cb ,,on.erf,f nR well as lat of of whose birth "The preachers were everywhere. Moses." j.L c o'Bear, are missing. day all over the countiy. va horn nnrg It should They went-froone camp fire to anSunday school meeting of other, encouraging those who were 'unHead that to vour sons ana see jl be stated thai the names published j At the in Kentucky on February 12, 180!). flames of good arc those with whom the Senator j- the Firsf Christian church and the der conviction,' praying with those lie was the son of a poor farmer, it does not fan the morninir services. Sunday, over foity who were groaning crying, shouting citizenship in their very souls. in constant and confidential commuwith those who thought they had rehis grandfather being one of the dollars was .collected for this noble ligion, clapping their hands, roaring Hundreds of good citizens will pay nication, and this explains- - (lie settlers who early emigrated from 'Hallelujah,' and in every way seeking cause. tribute to the memory of the man of Langley's name. Virginia. His father moved to Inrealized at the perfor- to promote the excitement which had The amount who was a rail splitter and made already passed beyond their control. diana while he was but a young lad. Garrett Named mance of the Lryic Theatre on Frihimself a President, who was select -Many men seemed actually crazed Lincoln's schooling did not exceed The following is the list of those day, which '.was given for the benefit with religious enthusiasm. It seems cd by the Almighty for a great work one year, his time licing spent at paradoxical to say it, but whole groups who will line up the Tafl forces in of the Associated Charities was $1.". it, all hough the labor severest farm labor. In 18:50, lie and perfoimed the Tenth District. Hon. II. fi. Gai- - Monagers Phillips, and Moss are. to be steeped his very soul in tea is. removed to Illinois, wheie, with the of Winchester, is one of them:, hiahly commended for the charitable The (Jreatest American and the nt, assistance of another man. lie split Tenth District II. Green Garrett, spirit which propmted this .splendid simplest Abraham Lincoln ., :t,000 rails in a day. which secured of Winchester; Thomas Prvse, of movement. of "The jHeattwille ; L. F. Welch, of Irvine: for him the VASTLY DIFFERENT. W. I. Seitz, of West Libert v. and At this time, Lincoln wore patched Apropos of the Winchester man, Asbury Pntiick, of Salversvilli! and TOBACCO SALES home-spu- n dollies, and lived by sur- who applied at the police station in Covington. e, were have the police make his cook leave hour-- , veying. His spent in studying law.. the Louisville Kvcning Post remarks MINUTES OF COUNTY COURT A total of 80,000 pounds of toIn 1834. he was elected to (he editorially: bacco was sold at the two houses in J.,,R- - Martin .qualified as admin"That Kentucky gentleman who Illinois Legislature, and was reAlthough the this city Monday. wanted to have the police make his istrator of Adelaide II. 'Martin, elected- three times, lie was admitquantity sold was smaller than usual, and as guardian of the, two good prices were leported. ted to the bar in ISHti. In 1844 he cook leave is different from the avcanvassed the Stale, in the inteie.-- t erage householder in these days, who children. James Willis and Rachel V. Sconce's House- ITcniy Clay, who was then the would be willing to call on the police Martin. of The sales were held in the morning to make his cook slav at home." T. J. Bradley, J. L. Waller and at R. A. Scobeo's house where 20,000 nominee for the. Presidency. Jl.irry Scrivener qualified as apprais- pounds were sold at prices ranging, Although Mr. Clay was defeated. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! ers of the estate of Adelaide II. from $4 to $1S. The quality of the Lincoln became, so popular as to bring, about his own election i J w;ed was medium. Will pay you the Ilighest Cash Martin, deceased. Stoner Ogden qualified as Chief jof Congress in MO. Pi ices for yonr Furs., j Planters'. House the Fire Department. (William Seward left eeitain of Jn the afternoon the sales were'.! J. W. inSEL v iBesie Haggard qualified as his nomination for tiie Presidency at Bridge Jnnk Shop, conducted sit the Planters' Hon Public. thcXbicago Convention in 18(50, hu' No. 23 North Mapic sL where (50.000 pounds were sold at was, defeated by Mr. Lincoln, who The prices ranging from $4 to East Tennessee Phone 215, Home was ejected over three other eandi-dtc- s, Fhoue 596. quality was reported good and nt.ir-kc- t Foretold Coming of Christ With LeBLACKSMITHING. gions of Angels. Douglas. .f Illinois; Hreckiu-lidg- c, strong. When you want good horseshoeing Kentucky, and Bell, of Tenof ALAS! HE WAS HENPECKED Orna and McDonald sold a crop of. or any kind of repair work, don't over H000 pounds at an average of'. could be seen In a sort of hysteria, nessee, crying and laughing at the same time, forget that we do all kinds of work $20.81. In March, ISfil. Lincoln took (he embracing one another and performblack-smit- h ing antics that would have justified a that is done in a first-clalie iMiid the Presidential looker-oin the belief that they were shop. Reasonable prices; ni' a Proclamation Kmancipalion as Worms Blocked Traffic. all insane. Many cases of the jerks An odd Incident caused no little work guaranteed. Your patronage' military measure on January 1. 180:5. occurred, many of the soldiers went dismay amongst the solicited. T. M. Domigan, corner other morning; Parisvancitizens to the Ill 1801. he was conveying into trances, some had visions, and 'A Winn, avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's about five hundredweight of worms. one member of a Tennessee regiment Prosidcncv. claimed to have a revelation which 'Intended .for baiting, was overturned foretold the coming of warehouse. Lincoln was assassinated in Ford's ii Jesus Christ, on the Boulevard Sebastopol, Paris, with 12 legions of angels to assist the Th.cniic.on April 14, lSG.'i, by John and tha 'worms swarmed dver Confederate cause. He said that all d Wilkes Booth, a. actor. lines and rendered all Bell Moves a Pillar. human help was vain, and after the ThVchurch of St Nicaise. in the traffic Impossible uctll they Confederacy had been reduced to the Thtj'Presideni had attended ,the per- -i city. ofjRhelms, Is surrounded with pil- .had been cleared away. last possible extremity, then Christ urgent request . f .fonnance af thc lars. When a certain bell in the towand his angels would appear,, drive er is 'rung the top of one of the pilhis friends, and somewhat agniiwt back the Union armies, and the cause Substitute for Rubber. lars always sways " to the 'extent of One of UnTlnahy proposed substl bis Own dcire. would be saved. Of course the poor seven Inches on 'each side, although tutes for rubber-Iobtalnedd from the man was insane; he afterwards died Both sides had faith in Lineol.i, the base .Is Immovable and the stones SOva or tnnMitirfnn 'hAnn whlrh rp in an asylum, but thee were many are so firmly cemented as and it was believed ltad he lived that arables tbejddney beaa.iand has beei like him, and many, too. who believed ui- - introduced ifrora Jaoan and the eas' " u"u oi raaBunry. In him and his prophecies. But no .tlie Southern Slates would have been withstanding that--eac.if the four into the southern Unitef wonder can .be felt at the numerous very liberal" terms. on bells Is about the same distance, from'' States. A rubber-lik- e product that cat cases of insanity, both religious and the trembling pillar, noaa iqf jtaeyoth-erBjMiv- e bevnJcBited 'is obtained by treating otherwise, which occurred in the Conitlss Guslier l iwltsrptaExJ. Snch, in brief is the story of Hie sor. .ihatyou h&Va m&stf4 afl tne slightest effect upoBit the tfce hean with citric acM, alka'.Ies am' federate armies during the last year e, life of Lincoln. lie modern tongue. The Arfeenaut ' 4 v great heat. Vof thenar." s wise" and yet his tastes were sira- Professor WIsa All but my wife's. u; ((From Cineimiati Post.) anteed. t UP - f3 7' ,( Tlie.gc.wpk.goes.on at the Soup House. Over 18o persons were supplied &atiirday,..tbe cqntributions which ,mi.')p t'lie day's serving possible bfiing: A friend, $2 worth of bread and vegetables. Mr. David ScoIksc, $1. Joe Jones, .")() loaves of bread. A friend, $1. J A friend, $1. A friend, 2.") cents. As the, meat was paid for, the contribution .box was .not placed on the outside,, and so the ,fripnds were not aivon the. opportunity to make, their small, contributions. As the rooms in which the soup is made and issued were to he used Saturday for other puiposes. the committee having, the management Hie soup house in charge, decided, by .the suggestion of the gocd Christian women who have so nobjy given 'of their time and money for thiji nniHC, u serve the soup in the afternoon and give, a little more h each member of the family. jWhon. the doorfj wcrq opened Saturday, the first person to enter was a merchant, who said he liid an order to furnish the worth of "two dollars in supplies, lie was informed that 2.") loaves of bread were the things most needed, and the rest of the order was. taken up in tomatoes for the soup. .It was thought the supply .of bread would be sufficient, but God, knowing that twice the amount wonl be needed, put it into the heart of a friend to send ."0 loaves, and they were received as a shower of mannc. "And it came to Exodus lfl-2- 2 on the sixth day, they pas that gathered twice as much bread two omers for one man and all the rulers came and told the congregation 1 comprehensive showing of the best foreign and domestic mills now ready for your inspection. Stylish fabrics in imported suitings in all the new spring tints. We believe our selections are second to none shown in Central, Kentucky. Buying for cash at ground floor prices we are in a position to pass these stylish fabrics on to you at prices that will prove a pleasant revelation to you We suggest an early visit to this dress goods section before the best things are picked over. A. wool dress goods from ALL WOOL Dress Goods 50c to 2 JO per yd. I WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS fir T T is teal econoiny to first-clas- s plumbing, even though the cost is a little more. install far-sight- ed builder The thinks of wearing qualities rather than first cost. Get our estimate on a 'Stattdtad modern bathroom for your home. na9 SU ilPWi8'T-- J GRANT WITT & CO. II e maaam Em emwrt To Our Friends ancj the General Public : It is with pleasure that we announce that we have taken up the agency for the ' l'ail-Splificr- ." 4 VULCAN BEST CHILLED PLOW lei-ur- We have them in all si vies, wood or steel beam RIGHT OR LEFT HAND. When you want any representative aiticle see us. , Xo-tar- Grubi)s& Benton Cor. Main and Broadway Winchester,4Ky. km ll-18-4- Belgium "is one of the smallest coun tries in regard to area, containing only 11.373 square miles. bu it stands ,, .v . .. ...... f n (I l tliA ' ,. . ..w..u HIIU iu ii LUlUiueiu tcsaiil dustry, and is the most densely settled in Eurooc. containing V.S17.5G! inhabitants. It Is nlsn on of the t - t Belgium's Proud Position. ss n . ""7, V, uuu half-craze- -- richest countries per capita and sec 10 none in enterprise ' s to-ie- J ice h was-gifte- nr-bl- - Vto ptSLSTSwr. w are to, , of . . , , i:,., C1U-I2ed man today Is no mora moral thaa tne savage, no different fro a the earlies? Stone Age. His OBly g04l fcr which be started wke tW True Today as Cver. second ice agcextiDguUbed ttef taM It remains true that tbe .sense of. Paradise PretrMa fairness is the distinsuihing charac- Is shnply the artlSdal iC of tbe American yeopie. Al tb'lo2t Paradlse.-TEiehaateristic I bany Journal. ' tore the eternal stepmother, has but one acsire. 11 is cuuiiuuuijr m uiius 7.. ..' mother! she has chosen eternity lor herself, to you she leaves death!" Triumph of Positivism. Mme. AcUermann thus expresses the perfect triumph or positivism: "Na-- 1 s Luggage. The latest style of baby carriages was se&t In the Unioif 'depot recently. It is a simple affair the. baby, a board and several straps. At first glance the baby might be mistaken for bunch of clothing bound together In an old fashioned shawl strap, but oa looking closer you see that oa the child's back a board was placed, and j o.uui auua uuuuu iuu juu- j ster to iL A leather added to Its Chicago Inter Ocean. j convenience. Baby ; i .S t, acJ au.ll Is-th- ce. fMKWaaaaaMMMii 11 l . 1!: if '- - si' r v THE WINCHESTER MEWS. ftr A GREAT MANY People are taking adantape 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. PURE J MILK j ARTIS & CO Special Showing OF 1 8 JEWELER CH.BOWEN C lIPIICIAH 0 S, 'Woman's Christian exchange IETY w White Goods. Yoiles and Marquesettes all colors from 25c to $1.11. Piques, '25c to 50c. Persian and French Lawns, Batiste, Nainsooks, Linens. The state pure food authorities at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station reported Tuesday to County Attorney Scott Bullitt, of Louisville, sixty-fiv- e ases for selling watered or skimmed milk against dairymen supplying Louisville and certain restaurants. These cases re sulted from the extensive inspections that have recentlv been made throughout the whole of the Louisville milk field add other pans of places where milk is served, and when a sample was found to be wafc-ieror skimmed, further investiga- -, tion was made to determine who was responsible. About 700 samples were analyzed in Louisville and 65 cases reported for prosecution. In most instances the milk was taken from from the dairymen's herds to determine how much water had been added to the milk as supplied by the dairymen's cows. Red Cross Dairy (Phone 889-x- .) supples to patrons a pure, clean, and sanitary Holstein and grade Jersey milk; not watered. Kentucky. The samples were collected from Mr. Rice was one of the very few the milk depots, the dairymen, the to receive the Chautauqua salute last restaurants, the hotels and other summer. Miss Bettic Xiekel is ill at the Temperance union. home of Mrs. Floyd Day. Mr. Wm. Duty spent Sunday in i TJie W. C. T. U.. of Winchester, Frankfort, the guest of Judge Hob-sen- .. finds its treasury depleted . he Mrs. Ella W. Haggard left Monday W. C. T. U. in Grubbs ladies of the for Cincinnati and Chicago to buy her on Saturday. and Benton's line of spring goods. February 7. the proceeds of which will be need in furthering this great work for Temperance in Winchester. YOUNG LADY IK T4ils will be, in truih, an exchange. All sorts of tempting eatables will b; WESTERN UNION OFFICE on sale, jm--t those things the housekeeper will need for the Sunday dinner, and these may be had ''in ex- Miss Ada Volbrath, of Harrisonburg, change" for your coin. Position Recently Va., Accepts Patronize this exchange. You will Held by Mr. Wilson. assisting a mot worthy cause. certainly get the worth of your 'nd . Mis Ada Volbrath, of Don't forget the time, Satone3-Va., has accepted the position urday, Februatv 7, at 10 o'clock, a. as manager of the local Western 's and the place, Grubbs and Union Telegraph ofiiee. store. Mr. Wilson, who has been in V charge, has accepted a position with Delightful Music the Western Union at LonisvileU The patrons of Vermilion & Long's ilea Room were Saturday entertained Trith music by a skilled stringed as a compliment- - from the Havi-on-br.r- g, As funds are a very necessary adMr. J. Smith Hays was in Frankjunct to the work of this organizafort Sunday to hear Govenor Wood-rotion, its members have decided to Wilson speak. t replenish at onee. Hence, the public Mrs. Ben Scott has been, suffering will please bear in mind this fact: severely with a rising on her hand. will JVn 'held by the -- THE "EQUITY" i New and Dainty. $40.00 for $30.00 for $17.00 for $20.00 $15.00 $ 8.50 has all modern features that makes a first-clas-s Cook Stove The "EQUITY" is equipped with our famous Patented Oven Door. Fire Box has Extra Heavy Cast Linings and Sectional Fire Back. Every- Last Reduction on Suits Skirts. There are only a few of these left, but they are all good. ,.; Ben-lion- thing about this Range is nicely proportioned except the price, which is exceptionally low. FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY .popular proprietors. 1 irr ill jiis iuuc .una? r.. - - 1, ii. i. ., - nfl.iminj ARTIS & CO. burg.. The occasion will be in the nature of an educational rally, and all the patrons of the rural schools are invited as there will be an address on agriculture by an eminent scholar. Other speakers besides thoe mentioned above have been invited to make addresses, and the detailed program will be announced later, when all the .arrangements have becii completed. . H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Alien) .i position as stenographer for County Attorney S. T. Davis. ? Miss Nelly Lyon, of the county, K ;visiting 'Miss Isabel Dinelli. i Miss Stanley Jackson and Miss Elsie McLennan returned to Louisville tMonday afternoon, after several days' viit in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Newt. Powell. Mrs. George McCullum, Mrs. Sarah Tabor and Miss Rachel Ecton will leave Wednesday for New Orleans to atMr. and Mrs. tend Mardi Gras. Powell will later go to Cuba. They will be away for about a month. Tc Hold Meeting in Paris on Saturday, February 17. of Educational Will be in Nature BACK GIVES OUT (Special ito The Xcws.) Lexington, Kv.. Feb. 12. The Democratic 'Committee for the Sev- eiun uongressional District is 111 session in Lexington as the News goes to press, hearing the arguments pro and con Congressman J. Camp bell Cantrill's recent action regarding the primary. .Nothing has been done yet. Mr. Cant rill is defending his action and Judge Samuel M. Wilson, of Lexington, is attacking it. Mr. ! Cnntrill charges that Judge WiIon was seeking the endorsement of the Uepublicans two years ago and is now trying to disrupt the Democratic Rally. '.Miss Mabel Pari- -, Kv.. Feb. County School SuperinBobbins tendent, is using every elToit to make a success of the Bourbon County which will Teachers' Association, meet here Saturday, Feburiiary 17. Some of the most noted educators in Central Kentucky will address the being: Association, among them T. R. Bryan. A. S. McKen-zi- e Messrs. Mr. Robt. L. Qnisenbcrry is quite and Dean Anna J. Hamilton, all ill at a Lexington hopilah of State University. Lexington; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ledford ;have i Stott, of Richmond: Professors gone to the mountains in Wolfe coun- Squires, of Carlisle; J. W. Vinson, of ty to spend the winter. j Frankfort; T. J. Coates, of RichMrs. Aliee Woodford is ill at Stf mond, C. II. Dietiieh, of Winchester, Joseph's Hospital in Lexington. and Major C. M. Best, of Millcrs- - Plenty of Winchester This Exeprience. Readers Have SPRING GOODS We have received our SPRING LINE OF GOODS You tax the kidneys overwork them They can't keep up the continual strain. The back sometimes give out it may ache and pain; Uiinary troubles are likely to set FURS! FURS!! fURSM! Will pay you the Hlgcest Cash in. Don't wait longer take Doan's Prices for your Furs. Kidney Pilk. J. W. HISEL Residents of this vicinity endorse Bridge Junk Shop them. No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- WIREFENCE! X BAN IS PUT PROFANTY We have the largest line of Wire Fence we have ever carried. At Fire Department, And Conversa- Can Winchester people doubt the party. Later The Committee upheld evidence? ' Ca,ltrilI the vote of 8 to 4.. HMre. Margaret Nelson, 223 E. Main j spJ.exington, Ky., says: "For about t EXCELLENT PROGRAM years 1 was troubled bv severe An excellent program is on at the backache, and at times was unable to Auditorium this week. See their ad do my work. I tried several remedies, but received no relief until 1 in this issue. Wednesday night's program is esused Doan's Kidney Pills. The fir-i- t pecially commended, as seventy enfew doses helped me and the contents tries have already been booked. of three boxes cured me." FjJI-juinrn Consisting of Suits, One-Pie- ce Dresses, Waists, Etd tion Now Sounds Like Discourse of Sunday School Class. A ban lor sale by all dealers. Price r0- cents. iFobter-MilbuCo., Buffalo, Xew York, sole agents for the JJnited States. Remember the ind take no other. name NOT SERIOUS COME IN AND HAVE A LOOK Farm and Poultry BARB WIRE GET OUR PRICES See The New One has been put on profanity Doan's at the Fire Department. If any menibei uses an oath he N Miibjeet to "forty stripes save one," administered with a leather 'strap prepared especially for the puqose. Several members have already Cieen "fanned"- for unbecoming lan guage and all day Monday the conversation sounded like the discourses of a Sunday School Class. Even Al Quits Even Mr. A. B. Kohlltass, the tera SUCCESSFUL SALE ' Auctioneer E. E. Loomis reports the sale of T. C. Allan, on South Maple street, held Saturday, well attended and everything sold at good prices. Bidding was quick and spirited during the entire sale. TWENTY-SIX WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. Inc. Ve- FAT HEIFERS Parrish, Bradley i St I v Co. Bofh Phones at Both Storei Ci' and classical purveyor of eloMr. Asbltt Do you think marriage AND TWO FAT COWS. quent oaths, has yielded to the perwa Mrs. 13e Vorsay No; suasive influence of the strap and Squire S. W. Parsley delivered to porary euibarrHRcjnpc.''. merely a temnow even spurns such expressions as Zade Hodgkin, 26 fafcjieifers, weight Mik,Flre Extinguisher. . "doggone it." 6GQ pounds, at 5 cents per .pound, and It has baentproTed that .Bilk wIH" 'Winn has promised to 2'iat,cowsvweighfTlOW.pounds each, effectsally extiaguteh theaaies from gasoline". . or anyjfora of ytrotaia, to ice cream and cake at.4.l-2.'eent- e' an lae . 4nnwater eaaaliioa wka. lt-the 1 Barsing has '.heia Ac only, Hyaena reaaa pr;-pbniH- L A. M. DOMB, Manager. Elks Building Both Phones 364. WOfCHESTIP, KY. 4" ain Street j yjf ,V- - yj&.S& ti3fr . ' !vi,r,..C - ..Va , J. ili'4-- ; r -- V- j, . ; r Hit WINCHESTER NEWS .TJl v V" s 5. : v j4 - .. - : ;iT Rgxfflbla More Than Wet" It Made on Our ; New Machinery IS . . ; t 1 The Best Coca Cola Drink Ever Sold It 6li j J ."4 Y3ii whieh coutaiuing 170 acres of land, on the tees, this 7th day of Feliruary. 1912. Dr. King's New Discovery but half as much as an erpially good way of getting his JUST TRY -- TEN CENT -reliefThe doctor brought great TV. It. SPIIAK and FORUM for loogej:( distances, aid you can supplies from the city: ordering each oast side of the Indian. Fields and said I was on the verge f.C pneumoLKK EVANS. eiul packages of 11 pounds clear oay, by phone, and eultiug out. the Kiddville pike. It U understood that BOX OF Trustee- -. nia, but to continue with the Disis also contains a part of what is across the German Empire, for a 'MailrOrdei" liou.e. instead of buildcovery. I did so and two bottles PARCELS POST IN GERMANY. small fraction of One cent a pound. ing them ,up. known as the T.tJ. Hallcy land, the Use only completely cuied me." j For packages over 11 pounds,, the Among, (lie agricultural product-- . Insures You For Months Against same aggregating about 170 acre, quick, safe, reliable medicine To the Editor, of "the News: You will miss a treat if you l'.iii this rate is fixed ly weight and distance j sent liy.post, butter ranks fir.--t, and A Sick Biliousness. and being the same tract occupied in Headache, any throat or Pace. It to hear Phidelia Rice at the College for coughs, colds, or to 10, comes, chiefly from North, Eastern the year 1911 by Milton In a recent letter, going the rounds to be traveled, uniform up Constipation or Bad Stomach trouble. Price 50e and $1.00. lung y frame dwelling Tuesday evening. has on it a of the press, purporting to have been miles, increases from 10 to 20 miles and Northern Germany, to, the CenTrial bottle free. Guaranteed by ."50 miles, 100 tra ind Western large .cities. written 'by United States Senator and between 20 and, the Salts, with outbuildings and stock barn. Put aside just once All Druggists. About 70 acres of this land was in In the railroad station of Berlin, Cathartic Pills, Castor Oils or purllitchcock, of Nebraska ; hejs, quoted and '150 miles, an(l i.f, uniform. for. ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. thousands of packages of 'butter are gative waters which merely force a cultivation during the vear 1911. as saving: "Po you know that iu distances. o,ve.r 150 "miles. TOM COWAN BACK. What can 'be sent by parcels post?, handled .every day, at the minimum passageway through-thGermany which is pointed to as the S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., will bowels, but This same land is to be cultivated privilege-o- f never forget his terrible exposure Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is perfection of the Parcel Post Sys- Practically anything and cverytliing. rate of the German parcels post, do not thoroughly cleanse, freshen again, the renter having the The packages which allows 11 pounds to be .Kent and purify these drainage or ailnien-tar- y pntting it all in corn, or GO acres to a merciless storm. "It gave ir.e back at his stand in the tMcEIdirwney tem, the patrons are compelled to except explosives. and taken for any distance in the Empire for 12 call atthc rajlroad station for w'lat are delivered organs, and have no effect in com and 10 acres in tobacco, as a dreadful cold," he writes, "that Building, and is now ready to serve r cents. The cost of transportation is whatever upon the liver and stomach he may elect, it being .understood, caused severe pains in my chest, sc his old friends and customers where comes by the parcels post, and arc' shipment in the. coun'try, just as and other mail is handled, and small considering the fact that the compelled to take to the station the Keep your inside organs pure and however, that there is no tobacco ft wasHar3 for nib 'to breathe. A you will always get prompt and trst articles they desire to have carried in most parts of Germany two rural package, is both called for and de- fresh with Cascarcts, which thor- barn upon this tract of land. The neighbor gave me several uoes of class "service. 1) deliveries, per (day arc made, and in livered. oughly cleanse the stomach, remove rented will have to. furnish sa. the ;parcels post?" Tft the .morning, if you have a the undigested, sour and fermenting at least oilc. The above tract shall be rented by t Such ignorance in a United States For a small fee, packages may be package weighing 11 pounds and food and foul gasesj take the excess the parcel, and not hy the acre, it Senator can only be accounted for ou the supposition that this Senator sent collect and remit to original wish to.. send it to a place, away bile from the liver and carry cut ol being understood that the statement was educated at the same schools sender. On the streets of all .thf among the Black Forests of North- the system all the decomposed wastt of acreage is merely an estimate. cities parcels post wagons can be ern Germany; across two. continents matter and poisons in the intestines from which a majority of the The successful bidder shall Congress seen at all times of the day, making and the;.Atlantic .Ocean, it will cosl and bowels, of the United States to the undersigned Trustees A. Cascarct tonight will make yoi and Senate graduated, to defeat their delieveries, and on each wigor you, just 12 cents to .have it delivered note with approved security, payable t the cottage door of the lone peas- feel great by morning. They worl 'o them, and duo on December loth, Packages received," an is assign "parcels post." y mountain home while you sleep never gripe, siqken ' Jahn Wanamaker,- wicja Postmasany .oiic Laying a package to send, ant in his, 1912, bearing interest at the rate of obstacles only needs to deliver to one of tlfe.--e in the very farside and end .U Eu and cost only 10 cents a box fron ter General, gave .the four per cent, per annum from maturity to the establishment of 'the parcels' 'Wagons. During the holiday season rope. Suppose you wish to send vour druirgist. Millions of men am' until paid. post in the United .Stales, and they narcels iwckaire wagons line the th.it same 11 pounds pacakge to women bike a Cascarct now and thei The Trustees, or anyone designat- -. were: 1st, The Adams Express Com- streets; pijed high with bundles n;:; Wades jjlilljin Clark "county, what and never have Headache, Biliousv HHiHBpHHHtiBfljjHjiV. d hy them, have the right in the. Extwo men with .each wagon, onq at v'ill Upclc 'Sam's .same Postmastci ness, coated tongue , Indigestion pany; 2nd, The 'all of 1912 to enter upon the leased j press Company; 3rd, The United 'driver and one to deliver the pack "hargo.vbit? Hp will liifbrmyou that Sour Stomach or Constipated bowels ircni'ses to sow any field in small. Stales Express Company; and the ages, tor rich and poor alike, for ev- j'y dividing it into three5 rpa'ckages Cascarcts belong in every househoh rain.ii:d are to make any repairs fourth, which completes the faculty ery one here uses the parcels post, (4 pouudsfor" less each), and properly Children just love to take them. they may dectn necessary. will of this school from rtiieh a majority thinking no more of it than of send-in- it'ta'ching $1.76 in , stampi-liThe Trustees do nct'agrec to build see that vour paekag'es ,rech. their a letter. of our Representatives iiv the past NOTICE OF LAND RENTING. any new fencing or do any repairing; T1k was Whata contrast to our American detinaijon. have 'been graduated kfnd, and said Trustees arc felWa oE.liaraig ,all(i qur packages More if your readers like this. Notice is hereby given that the un- of any ouhern Express Company. not to be held responsible for any . M. S. BROWOT. dersigned, TV. R. Spltar and Lee Evlnjndrod,yea bt, .hanged by thja.Esprcsp CJompatiie's tyinn' .,w.t. d Winciie'ster,. Ky., February 10, 1912 . ans, as Trustees of the estate tit A. los, sustained by tenant occasioned . a 1.:.'. e it 'V. iA 1 1 l aiiu ,.T jiiuwt-ouermnny iias uau Kuuie kiuu ul SUCH a convenient by injuries to crops by stock or any IT. Anderson, deceased, will qu Satof transportation naturally exerts parcels' post, and it" present very he Kind That's GMranteed." other caue. "Stccessfnl and effective system lias ;!r Tlirkbd influence on the varigijs .Hear Phidelia Rice at" the College urday, February 17th, 1912, at 2 All corn shall he cut and shocked industnes andrtt none so important iTttesday ."evening. He Ts;an4 artist in o'clock p. ni., rent at the Courthouse lieen.m effect almost fifty years. tenfurnishes tile tmpersonauon. door in Winchester, Ky., to the high- by Octcber loth, 1912. and the as in agriuituiv. this sjst.em, a flat, rate, is the est bidder for a term of eleven. ant shall keep stock out of and cheap mcui.-6-d vents per package, up to eleven farmer cut all weeds on leased his products butlgf, over mbiifhS'eginning ilarch 1st. 1912. of getting EM& H,EL!H founds, for a distance of not 'nn&jtMfc February I5t, 1913, a premises. :,ttkr'les7i'nifortn te of twelve egg?, creaiWgleSMana, fvut3f 9 Trustees are directed to. The hat is int- o- jJife ex- - on 1'ae market ceBaHtAfux hclonging- to Hie. estate 53ta ischarged on paoltages nyt ''Wfrilfnp.elem nounds. LAndefsoml deceased, as reduce to writing. tfje - contract of of Al hands of the consthner-fres- h . . dfrMn,dairy,ardMi and orchatM HkMT "Mtirsi ones, 11CK .Ai . - . renting with tenant, and, incorporate, all the terms vand conditions herein' K 7 EkstJBfoadwjf?. KSetr;-nHlupleas- cimk'-10 miles if i Mtr -- k - CASUS (TIiuis-Mon-Thui- s) , two-stor- .let-te- s, mcm-.bo- rs cxe-cu- te E. A. LOWRY SELLS ..,,,( - far-awa- 5 Wclls-Tar- go c . -- Gcmco Harness "I Get a Set and save repair bitts. Un-d- er . . nd , mm Prices from .50 - s.-ii- . hi Tdesci-ified- al tCVjl'liUttateo; Wiachter, j. (iriljGiveiijunder nis-- - J - ' 1- - THE WINCHESTER NEWS SHOCKING SOUNDS In the earth., are sometimes heard bofore a terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. Nature's warnings are..dnd. TJnit lu!i pain or ache ,in the back, warns you the KidnftvseeJ;te;!tjpay fjiPti to:tM escape those dangerous maladies Dropsy, Diabetes or B right's T.ikc Electric Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your best feelings return. "3Iy son received great 'benftt 'f mm their uc for kidney and bladder trouble," writes Koekwood. Peter Rondy, 'South Mich., "It is certainly a great kidney aidicinc." Try il. 30 cents at All Druggists. SURELY J Pay - FKfc -- -; -r- Public Sale .A THE WINTER CARE, OF CHICKENS i. . r en - -- UP in i "43 Stock and Farming Implements -- Ic a wtnl ftr The Most Severe Cold And Grippe 2c s wtrd- tertlosi. 1 misery Will Be Relieved in Just a nn 1111 L.'IU MED Cfllli: nmn i i ii ii UULU CLASMFlOrVAftVl i" f aViAg fcnteci riy farm I will offer at public sale WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY at 10 o'clock, a. -- 21, 1912, Breeders and Promising Pullets Sep- arated From Utility Stock Warm Meat Fed IL at is Cold Noon. m., on my place near BecfcnervilTe, on the Combs Ferry Pike, 8 miles from Winchester, the following personal property : One ? horse mule. Ojie maie mule. Oiie horse mule. horse mule. Ona One gelding,, by Dolnn Chief, combined, and broke In drive. One gelding, by Dolnn Chief. Extra nice and imbrokc. mare, by Pea Vine. Exjtra .nice driver, and foaled In " ear-ol- ' jack. cow, , with d OniifJry Extra gool old calf bv bcr .sid milker. One .Ter.ey cow, 'ihor- pughbted, and giving milk. 114 750-lheifers. Extra fine. Corn f'd since the middle of November. 30 125-i.shoals. 75 nive Western ewes. Due to lamb February 15. Will be sold in l"is b. b. , fi of 2.1. . 2 Oliver tcel beam breaking plows. One Deciing hinder, good as new. One Avery combined drill, good as new. One tongueles-- i culling .liariow. One Deering mower. smoothing harrow, flue One Bemis tobacco setter. One Kentucky shoe drill. One corn planter. iron roller. One galvanized funk. One ' One marker. One good wagon and bed. iOni' bay frame, 2 lobaceo frames. Two double-shovelTwo tobacco plows. Double and single trees. One Mover lubber tire road wagon, good as new. Lot of locust posts-- Si cattle troughs. Lot of woven wile fence. !h s. nice brood tows. Due o farrow Some eron in crib. March 1. Lol of shredded fodder. .'1 pels gear, One .thoroughbred Duroc boar. Se! of buggy harness, lard keille. ronr.sXftw Departure walking culOne iron boiler. tivators. 2 Vulcn'ii l!(IWS. wooden bean breaking Lol of Plymouth Rock pullets. Lot of chicken coup?. November 1 finds me busy looking to my houses, the window sashes, etc., spreading dry earth la the 'pens, so that my pets may be comfortable during the winter. By this time 1 have culled1 and arranged my stock for the winter so that I nave birds or about the same age, together with my breeders and promising pullets, separated from my utility stock, the cockerels, of course, by themselves, says a writer in the Orange Judd Farmer. The morning meal, throve in the litter, for the utility pullets is made up t of wheat one ounce, oats and barley ounce each. Three noons of each week they are fed one ounce or green cut bone each, and the rc-- j maining noon n mash of one-hachopped feed, oats and corn, and one-- j half bran at the rate of one ouneo each, dry weight. The evening meal f consists ofounce each cf j wheat, cracked corn and barley, except in extreme cold weather, when nothing but cracked corn is led. Male birds and breeding pen fe f males get for breakfast ounce each ot wheat, corn and oats; at noon, raw vegetables: at tiisht. f ounce each of corn and oats, again , substituting com In very cold weath. er. These rowls get one ounce of green cut bone once a week, and all get raw ,cabbage and mangels j stock every day. The ration for the utility j j stock I consider a forcing ration; In the two winters 1 have used it 1 have obtained a little more than a dozen eggs each during December, January L and February. March is usually a ' banner month for egg3. The mash 13 . not a good one, but is the best 1 can use at noons with the short time at I my disposal. Noon is the time 1 wish ! my birds to have a warm meal. one-fourt- h ' i lt i one-halI I one-halone-hal'. I NOVEL TRICK . WITH MATCHES .. i By Placing in Form of Cross One May Be Moved to Give Perfect Square Solution Is Given. .Pape's )iir awrtfe. Compound taken every Scattend IruarUwu. Is fact that a ot 10c a worfi doe pr wadl Hi k'1 Mi ), . " a cross exactly as they are placed in the Illustration, and challenge a fiiend to move one match to form a perfect Place four matches in the form of Form of Cross. square. One- - match, and one match only, may be moved, and it must not be bent or broken in any way. All four matches are required to compu te the square. The match to move is shown In Hi's illustration. The square is the tiny i - two Siours until three consecutive fioes are taken will cure. Grippe or break up the nii!:-- t severe cjild, cither in the head, ciic.st, back, ot limbs. Vou ffel the cold I: caking a.nd all the disagreeable grippr symptoms leaving after the very firf do-- e. It promptly ends the most Only the piucst and freshest medheadache, dullness, he.nl aim icines on sale at the nosi; Muffed up, IVveris'.incss, sncez- Pharmacy the store of quality. ,tcw, stifTnu-- i ami rheumatic tin; Pape's Cold (Vnipntinil ::t ; of .three ye.ir-.- ' FURS!!! FURS! FURS!! of more than lil'Jy thr.iisand il: f I.ir- - and contain no 'pitnine, whirl Will pay-yo- u the (Tisfhe.t Ca.-f-c we have conclu.iivcly dcmiiii-itrat-- f Priees for your Furs. is not effective in the Cicatinciiw "' t J. W. HISEL V k ' cold or gripp. Shop ..j Bridge Junk Take this Imrjuless Compound Nq. 23 North faple st. wilii the kuowlcdj;.' thai East Tennessee Pbpne 215, lioim there is no oilier medicine madr anyPhono 590. where cUi: in lint world, which w:!' cure your cold or end 'Iripp: m;sci RAILROAD TABLES as promptly apd without any other k as :i assistance or bad al'tcr-clfepackage of Paper's Cold ComLEXINGTON AND EASTERN in th pound, which any !m.2.i,-RAILWAY COMPANY world can supply. No. 1 No. 3 Daily Daily WESTEOUNT a. m. p. m Lv. Quicksand, Ky. 1:25 Brown-Procto-ii:i InstrtltKi. Hamas far Insvtti. ftr Kmm u titan CS caste. 4 TRACY AND STOKELY FOR RENT. Goi.d bote? or private boardins. c.t louso with fourteen, rooms, baUis, ami all modern conveaiience-?- . lust oflT uf Jlnin street, in center of ity. ciy best hicatioa in Wiitclies-c- r. I'rh-i- nht. l!;ttl'2 stpKire from Main Cirtivcnieiices. 4 1 ret; all modem 2-- , ll-18-4- TIE ct Price 1(1 3 er month. Storeroom or ollice buihlins on first lloor, has two nice rooms with modern convenience,?, about 2 rpiare fn.tu .Main street. Price $10 per mouth. Office in McEIdowney Buildinf BOTH PHONES 1--- 'jri-cc- nt 1 FOR SALE A pen of four purebred whiterocks pullets and one Apply to Sam Jetl or call 227 M:i-- .t Tennessee phone. coi-kcr.- numerous to mention. TERMS $20.00 and under cash ; over that amount; negotiable note, payable in 4 months without interest. II. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. Some Household luirniture, and Other things too' I f 1 I"W1 11 1? Just for a hath, and putting tobacco E. R. ALLEN, Ky. (Winchester, j i ng twice a year, giving the birds road spot in the center of the cross formed by the end of the four matches. stems in the nests. The male birds 1 dust frequently with a good louse TOY REQUIRES MUCH SKILL powder. My plan of feeding I realize Is not ideal, it is criticised by local Object Is to Collect All Three Feathpoultrymen, but I give it, as it may ers in Receiving Cup at Same be of use to someone else. Time Patienca Needed. MERITS OF COCHIN VARIETY P.oth little people and big will find amusement in the toy devised by a New York man and shown in the illustration. Anybody will find that it re- 0 11 ' II 1 ( n V. II 1 ll 1 t n! Solution of Puzzle. Il Jackpon, Ky. .. O. & K. Junction Athol, Ky Beattyvillc Jnct Torrent, Ky Catnpton, Juct., Clay City, Ky. L. & E. Junction Winchester, Ky. Ar. Lexington, Ky. EASTBOUND f.v. Lexington, Ky I .. I . fi:0S I ln0 5:10 I 1;."7 4:52 10 uW 4:2." 30:0-- ttulUu t. D. Mf 0. IIT'I!' 'ktll. Cuhlt.j r0H SALE Ap'V !" 2 loa of millett hay. ofliee. " Tinneiee phone 227 or i:.hbius..nt tht 4:04 6:43 7u9 8:05 8:50 I 71 30 4:03 4.37 4:50 5:3.". i 9:44 Clark County iVafional BANh Tmtiihit.Jid FCR SALE Shelloil corn at &i cents jier bushel. S. Rcnaker & Son. 3t FfUtHlO OF , Stock, Crop and Farming Implements. my farm on the Mr. Sterling and Winchester turnpike, 7 miles fioni Winchester and 3 miles from Tauncr's Store, on S:ile, I will offer i at Public at ' Wednesday, February f4, 1912, propert3' : j jl '1 -- at 10:00 o'clock, a. .in., the following described 2 breaking plows. Ii '2 I 1 pony marc, fancy. good driving mare, horse-mulmare-mule, e, double hovels. lows. cullivator. 1 '. hore mule, hor.ie-nnil- e, 1 Jl gocnl milch cow, fieh. milch cows, springers. yearling calves. 100 ewes, now lambing. 3 calves. 2 JlcComick strippers, almost new. 1 good Stivers stripper. 4 good combs. --X McCorinick mower. 1 Deering twine binder. :3 .1 Iwo-horie Avagon. ' , ;- I Bmiis tobacco setter. 1 coin sheller. Wagon and buggy harness. Page wire stretchers. Page hand stretchers. Shovels and double diggers. 1 McKwnn digger. Picks, hovels, spades, hoes grubbing hoes, crowbars, rock hammers, sledges. find hay frame. Log chains. Mi-a- t or S hogs; bird 300 lbs. New Ilowc scales. scales. Keltic, grind stone, saws, wedges 1 Faii-hunks Excellent Producers of Eggs in Win-- 1 ter and Young Chickens Are quires all the patience and skill Fairly Good on the Table. or, maybe, a little more, to certainly the merit od- - get all three feathers into the receiv Cochins have laying well in winter, due probably to ing cup at once. The cut explains itself, but any person wishing to make their profuse feathering, which pre toy may want more detailed devents undue evaporation of heat the box-likaffair of Young chickens are fairly good on the scription. A square wire is fastened to a handle from table, but when older they cannot be regarded as even passable In that re-- I which a twisted wire support, bearing spect The flesh is at all times very a receiving cap. of yellow, and more largely developed on the thighs than the breast. This is due to the fact that Cochins are not iiyers; they have only small wings, whilst very large ones would be needed to support such a heavy frame The weight which Cochins attain is very good indeed. Adult cocks range from twelve to fifteen pounds, hens eight to eleven pounds, and cockerels and pullets two to three pounds less. They are very hardy, and can stand almost any place and soil, but they do best on short, level grass, for the foot feather Is broken and spoiled when on long grass or rough ground. Arr Amusing. Toy. The partridge Cochin possesses a preat variety and brilliancy of color. curved metal, rises to the center of the box. The object of the game Is to get the three feathers into the cup and it is fur from as simple as It is easy to get one in and only a little bit harder .to get two, but the third makes plenty of trouble. The difficulty lies In keeping the feather In the cup while tilting the box about lo capture the last one. e y No. 2 No. 4 Uaily Daily ,a Solicited Al! t FOR RENT 3 upstairs room, bath ami tra. near college. Tenn phone 14. temm Fslnti. . . 2:17 Winchester, L. & E. Junction . . 2:35 8:1!- 3 .05 f Clay City, Ky. Campton Juct . .. 3:47J 0:2' ... Ky. .- p.m. a.m. 3 :35 7 :2 8:0.1 8:--;- (: Acdonnts and o! Kercfcnis, Trailers ... ftniecllon; Maife "on npright FOR SALE A second-ham- l piano; cheap or on easy cash payments. Apply to Miss Pearl Untledge, 32 Burns avenue. foe-cash tf) Kyi (1:03 2:5! I Kv 5il5 0. & K. Junction .) 5:1!) J 10:57 5 :25 j 1 1 :0 j Jackson, Ky J 11:25 Quicksand, Ky. .. .ir. A'.hul, Torrent, Ky. neattyville Juct. - G: In. Capital and Surplus ?0R SALE Run Coal, toa yards on West best on the market; Tionlway. Clark County Construction Company. The 11-38- -tf ig CONNECTION: LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will mak. connection at Lexington with the L & N. ,for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will makcconnection with the L. & N. al f.oxinston for Cincinnati. Ohio. CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains No 1. 2, 3 and 4 will make connection wilh Mountam Central Railway tc and from Campton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Train' Xos.,1. 2 antl 3 will make connection with the L. & A. Railway for Peatty-ville- . & K. JUNCTION Train No. 2 ? and 4 will make connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannc' K. Stalinn. CitV. Ky.", nad O.-- FOR RENT Sixty acres of $o. 1 corn ground; clover jspd.. A hWM rass.i, Jpll and 10 acres In Cro.tton, Home phone, :82Ai? "JV.OaCTMAN'WEI" FOR Island 100 extra Red pullets and nome phd'ne 813-- SALE nicj&U .jftf . &tel5. 0. NP1 GUA,-Mf.'rc If! Jtfj When in want of nowertv-$i43- t ipon having home grown" Jlbjw'rS, hereby keeping your mon6y iitfjear "lome circles. 'fZS' rooLF. , ANDUITHSQATASD UiKS TR0U51ES , & nuiiLiiiiiT'l CHARLES SCOTT. General Passenger Agent IftUSSVILLE & WASHV1LLC SouthbQond. Ioc Mi. J7 Cmcinnnti-Kiio.tvil-' le 10:25 a. m. 13 Cinrinnaf:- - 7oknonvii!' " limited". 10:52 a. tii. ' 9 Mavsvtlle-Stfor- d So. loca t Wth Cineinnnti cmif-Iio-t pjiii' depart ; at i:J.i p- arrives at ti WtnclietCy. Columbus bnsgy, new. I Ka'nffman runabout. 1 Kentucky wheat drill. ' 1i:uto;v. Hamilfoti di-j'V Avery disc harrow. II Blne.khawk enrn planter. naA. Il wheat fan. 1' toolh harrow. . 1 1 1 : platform scales. pair counter scales. idcr mill; 1 corn drill. 200 ban els 'corn in crib. lilt) shocks of fodder. Ilniek automobile, runabout. . Terms mndc known 6u day of sale. 4i. R. WATTS, Auctioneer.. Geo. G. Prcwiti X Id thi8'fcan1en3ny be- - assured "of 'eiving direct personal atten' tion and prompt serviee. .All we jfedc is nn opportunity to serve yon that wo may prova he quality "of our banking service. We idvite yon to call and ae us. . Citizens Copt-M,Mk- L tjii 'Soatl itidfial Bank Ks Coart Houvx . v ,s. 4i- Silver Set. A set of silver for the doll's dress ing table can be made from tinfoil, si it is a good plan to save all the tinfoil I hat comes around candy, etc., and smooth- - it out nicely. You may make a miiror for the drawing room or the doll's boudoir of the tinfoil with n border of gold paper. Cut out a piece of cardboard in any shape you desire and then eover it with tinfoil. Tlx-gil- t Partridge Cochin. border should not be plain, but ailrnisture'in'"plrts of glossy metal- should be cut into ornamental coithe ners or used to Cover a raised frame lic black, rich dark red. bay and orange giving a very striking effect of cardboard. If you are going to usi' 'he mirror for the dining room or 11 The breast, coverts, wing butt, under-parts- , brary of the doll's house make the are black, tail and leg,feathers mirror in the same manner-wltia and the saddle and hackle golden red double cardboard frame around the or orange. This refers to cocks, and edge arid cover r this frame with the hens are equally effective, as the In the wood tones. light brown plumage Is distinctly penciled with a darker shade. Even the Octopus Blushes. The 'octopus frequently changes In Feeding for Result. color like a marine chameleon, says In feeding the hen we must use our Harper's Weekly. It would appear, best judgment to a certain extent. If from recent studies of this creature we are to feed for the egg production, we must give those foods necessary to that the colored pigments whereby d make those elements which go to this change in color is effected Is tn- In envelopes In its skin. In egg as well as those that make up the ted will keep up the hen in the best condi- tissue of which are muscular by nerves. 'Should these tion for that purpose. Gber3 become relaxed, a dark pigment appears. The phenomenon is Introducing New Breeds. said, to he analogous to blushing. In Introducing a new breed, the originators quite frequently advertise the f, Moon Left Over, "juiciness" of the llesh.as though it Ediih iatmi three; for the .first tlme-was peculiar to that breed. The truth new 'moon) Oh, look at Is, that this juiciness, orthe lark of It. noticlBK.tbe -i the iiacf-r HeS chleflywlth the work of the. cook. HqEMllCfased ftve) N0. that is not; The flesb of fowls Is judged by. the just what 'is, left jBver. flavor and tenderness, and these ar t-s jauua.x m Wf. t 'of the cook. largely ;ln the hands A Doll's i dark-papecor-tnineflbei--ictuaatr-r:yihat'lasr-nisn- SATSrACTO'i FOR SALE .; shocks JotjftSd 6ovi. A barrel to the .Iu&tt 3. II. ("roxton. Home p!ione.jW-'A- . 500 - v.,jl A'TiV Capital S1C0 CPd JZQO.CGO 1. l. E. LOOMIS i Unrfivida ProfitJ. A McEhtewney- - :.; ,31 11: Cincinnnti-Atlaiif- n !iir.:.t- - m. iorth&ounti Winchester Bank PENDLETON, limit'-4:52 Winchstr,: m, JT- -. BUSH4 lUJH Vn. No. Iitr Ul "Atlar-Ci?itnna- tj a. ni. Star5f'!ril-May,i- .unectiiip So. at 7:151eave4 at '? ).-fr- ' . WIMCttCSTER. KY. N. H. VVITHERSOON, Atlorne"ys:alstS 3th Floor'" Jtc Winchester, ism raoa At." Purin' riurfiinV Ky. 7 C'2 33'KWxville.;CtRciiinMri l. arriv-- a 2:48: 'departs 2:53 p a m. i,, '5 President. ', W. R: SPHAR; "6lBMMlifs limited 5 il""'p m. Ali are daily, except Nns. ii n'i 10. which are duily except Snntlav' CHESAPEAKE DR. Mf lL MYEiii; DENTIST. WIN T itm L 8HI1 1 YOUR S0UC1TS No. 2G,iDaT'E'x. Hub. v?8:45 a. u. No. 22. Daily J2J0 u, 'o. 28. Dail- Sun . . 6:30 o. ti Jo. 24, Dailv 4U p.u . ACCOUNTS. . mi STROTHER'S WtstkMi .' mil ntUlfet HSTEVENSON 4 i No.l,...;,J;43Vm.X. NCr IV. , 1 .2 D. d2a. m. 1. .i 7' 4. CJptClili tlllCUU119 SOMETHING Mile Wheelbarrow Race. of skate tickets. Yi v Monday Night . m MUUI1U11U111 C9tlClUliy fill III February I2tti SUCH FUN; NEW EVERY NIGHT Wednesday Night Big Masquerade either lady or ntleman. Best make-u- p $5.00 in gold; 2nd 1 Pair Richardson Skates; worth skate tickets. ord ?l-0 Thursday Night. ' 1 $1,00 worth Broom Ball Game. City Team. Auditorium Team vs. 1 . Tuesday Night Mile Championship Race. : FHdaV Night House decorated with $1.50 Man- - 1 Moonlight Skate. hattan Shirt. Japanese Lanterns. SATURDAY NIGHT BARREL RACENICE PRIZE. Matinee 2 to 5 Admission and Skates, suffering ficcu being overcome by gas been lifeless for several bouts. The g.ts Move had been turned around fumes. At 0:.'I0 o'clock Sunday .morning. fiom its natural poitii.ii before a grata and the connecting rubber tube Wood, tiun in a conhail been disjoint! d. The stove, was dition, crawled fiom his home. 1228 not lighted, and when found the (Jut-lKentucky aemie, a block further of g.is had been turned off.' ' down the street, to the home of Explanation of Physicians Mr- -. Ccrtrndc Hilhipsi at the The explanation of the ph.VMciativ corner of Kentucky and Euclid avenuand others who eyaimVd the roo:ti e.-, and gave the alaun that lie had and the body, was that Mr. and 'Mrs. iieon ocicome by gas, fallen upon Wood had left the gas burning when tliv gas stove and burned, and that they rctiicd; that the stove, which he believed 5iis wife dead fiom assat elo-'- c to the bed, and which had phyxiation. no outlet for the fumes of the. burnMet By Faint Order of Gas. ing gas, gave off an odor, prob.ibly Several men in the neighborhood mingled with a small escape of gas, d to Sir. Wood's home. which resulted in the asphyxiation of then When they opened the door to the Mr-:- . Wood, and in her l being bedic.om. they weic repulsed with a overcome. of gas, which was found faint od-.to have escaped from the connes"- tions of the gas stove. Mis. Wood's body was found lying 'upon the bed. and appeared to have We Will Kelp You Do it. Read Our semi-conscioru.-hehus-bainr J J J 10c Night 7 to 10 LMessis. Arthur Harris and. Albert I'hisin made a business trip to Win- Chester t'ie past week. tMises Jessie Lee Iiice and Ella Stone spent SatuTtlay night and Sur.- day with Miss 'Stella Adams. Me.-si- s. Leinard .Mat'erly and Thomas Adairtfc called on lady friend.- -. at Iron iMound, Sunday. T. J. Vivion, of Powell county, was hero Fiiday on business. Mr. S. IS. Kerr sold his crop of tobacco to Winchester paities for 1 cciits. Grant Lily also sold to same party one crop for G cents.. iMr. and Mrs. Andy Stone" spent and Sunday with relatives a i Red Bridge, infant of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pal- mer died Sunday. The burial took place in the Log Lick cemetery. TIk patents have the heartfelt sympathy ' of the community. Mr. Jesse Snowden was in Win- 1 Admission, 10c; Skates, 15c l Madie Lee Wood is Found Dead by Relatives Who Were By Husband. Lexington, Ky., Feb. Notified Y2. Mrs. 3?4tdie Lee Wood. 21 vcais old, was. fnnd dead in her bid, :it her home. 2?8 Kentucky avenue. Sundav luoni-ijij- g at 9:30 o'clock, death being to asphyxiation from escaping gas, or from fumes fiom burning gas, from a pas stove in the bedroom. Lewis E. Wood, loan agent at I23 East Main street, of the icid woman, is at the home of his mother-in-laMrs. J. S. Stapp. liH.l South Upper street, badly burned abouf the face, head and hands, and hu-ba- nd ehe-i- er Fiiday. CSESsJ NOTICE re. TO THE PUBLIC Now is your chance to sava money during our Big Bankrupt Sale which: is now going on. We can save you from 50 to 75 cents on the dollar on everything that you need in our line in the next few days. Why not take advantage of this Great Money Saving Sale and buy you a Suit or Overcoat whether you need it now or not. Remember we must dispose of this stock in the next few days and we have marked all goods at a price that will suit the pocket book. 15c Arrow Brand Collars 50c Neckties for 25 cents1. 35c "Neckties 19 cents. Mrs. M. C. Parrish is the guest Guarantee. of Mrs. Martha Rice, 'near Right completely Angle, this week. Dyspepsia may be and sister. Mr. Dewey Roberts eiadieated if properly treated. Wi Miss Vina, are visiting their sister, sell a remedy that Ave positively guarantee will completely rClieve ;u- - Mis. Sie Combs, at West Bend, this diuoticn or dyspepsia, or the niiili-'"'00- '' cine used dining the trial will- co-- i BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. the User' .nothing. This remedy has been named Kex-a- ll "I blamed my'Jieart for seven Dyspepsia Tablets. Certainly no distress in my loft side for tw offer could be more fair, and our ofEvans, Damille years," writes fer "should be proof positive that now it was indigos-ion- , Va., "but I know Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets arc a deas Dr. King's New Life Pills pendable lemedy. omplctely enred me.", Uest foi u Inasmuch as the medicine will iomach, liver and kidney troubles nothing if it does not benefi onslipation, headache or debilitj . yon, we utge yon who are sutToriiv "i cents at All D'nggists. with indigestion or dyspepsia to t?' .A 25 Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. cent box contains enough medicin PITIFUL CASE Fo for fifteen days' treatment. chronic cases v.c haw two huge sizes, ."SO cents and $1.00. Rcmem OF DESTITUTION ber. von can obtain Rexall Hcmcdie onlv at our store The Rexall Stou Phillips Drug Stove. ."Hi S. Mam si "ouching Story of Condition cf Aged VIENNA Man and His Three Motherless co-yo- have I none, but Mieh as I have give thee.' " Oh, how 1 did wish for a little sil- vr or gold, but we had some of tiiat "shower" left and a few potatoe land some uncooked meat, and vt- gve these to the old main We were so impressed with his tory and appearance that, in con-Mpuny with Mr. Joe Powell, we drove out to the place Sunday afternoon. When wo got there, the wagon was .jen but there was no sign of life about the place; no smoke to indi- that there was any fire; hut v; y hitched our horse and when I nt the door of the voting place (a little 100m about ten by twelve) a tie girl about ten years old, opened it a little, and looked f lightened, hu. when we told her wc were friends o! i,er father, she invited us to come in We did so, and oh, my God, what destitution met our eyes. There was j that little child alone,' with just a ; fovv arks of fire in the stove. In a stewp.tn was a piece of the meat given her father. In one corner, on the floor, was what they called their bed. I cannot describe it. It looked to me as if the father's shabby overcoat furnished the onlf covering. 1 r. knock-Saturdalit-Tw.-!i-ad USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE sioivs A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIT!. HEGri ART A. LYNN PERRY BIG CUT ON: j When we had gained the little girl's confidence, we questioned h6r, and she told us that her fattier and two 'irothers bail gone to take the dead hoise fiom the road and remove the skin. She said her mother- - died when she was only five months old: she had been to school part of thre: terms and was trying to learn some herself. She is quite on intelligent dhild for her age. Oh, Christian mothers, with plenty WALLPAPER From 25 to 50cts reduction on all old stock of Wall Paper. Don't wait come in early and get first choice. Wc also wish to call your attention to the fact that our New Samples are arriving daily, and if yon are thinking of bu3'ing anything in our line it will pa- - you to call and inspect our line before buying. Wc have the most complete stock we have ever carried and 3'ou will be sure to find what you want. We also carry a complete line of all kinds of - Mr. Samuel Puckett is on the sic! list at this writing. Mrs. Joe Pat ton and children have returned to their home at Iixn Mound after a protracted visit with lelativo Mrs. Henderson Vivion and lit V son. Arvill, of Powell county, wen guests of iMrs. Robert Wades, a ie. jdays the past week. J. M. Snowden. bought of Mr. Noe a lot of corn, at $4 per barrel. J. R. Adams bought of James Hut-soone milch cow, price unknown. Mrs. Robeil Williams, of neat RhMniond, and Mrs. Wm. Johnson. r TTnnse. Madison county, ate visiting relatives' at this place. Messrs. Thomas and Vernon Adams made a business, trip to Win- Children. (By W. E. Singleton.) at 4 cents. hi H. F. H. DAVIS Friedman, Manager Jones Building; North Main Street, Winchester, Ky. chester Wednesday. iMrs. Lane Witt, of Iron 'Mound, Estill county, was the guest of her brother, James Vaughn, at this place the past wect. Mr. and iMrs.. Thomas Vivion-wil- l leave shortly for Normal, Illinois, where they will make their future home. We regret to give up such good people, 'but wish, them"" success" at' their nevr home. and pitiful A most sight ;s about two and one half miic-YoWinchester, on the Palis pike. Jut before we closed the soup louse on iRatuidny evening, a gentlc-na- n man d brought on old o : who told of how he had slr.it-- d front Wayne county with his thivo ittle mctherless; children, two boys in a' coveicd wagon drawn md when he had horses; , 'iv two voting place oil .rotten as far asithe the Paris pike', one of the horses died, and being without food or money, he had brought the remaining aniniar the two sets of harness to town. He raid lie thought if be made know;, his condition, he would be able to jet mote for what little lie had to sell. The old man had not sold and h the soup "into was invited .ba"c rr.om. There it was found that the hist bucket of soup lhad beer, given iuL At this tinted "the passage of recordeS mActs 6 came to r, tr J'ThenPetesaid:' 'Silver and yold hea'rt-rcndcrim gmy-hairev.-3-m5,-aiin- of this world's goods, does it not make yf.itr hearts go out in love and sympathy to this little motherless night yot, ' gitl to think that when tucked your little darlings snugly in i their snowy white beds, after listen-- j to their prayers, and you have kiss- - j cd- - them, and on your knees asked God to watch over them, that slie was lying on Mutt cold floor withr.ut j enough clothing to keep her warm, j Indeed, am sure they all are com- - , polled to sleep in their clothes 'to! keep from freezing. -- I left two coats my boys had discarded, and my wife will go out at once to see what she can do. I left prices as cheap as you can buy them word for the father to come to us. it elsewhere. the morning. there After making the visit and being no services at our place of worship, we went to the First ChrisWALL PAPER WINCHESTER PAINT tian church and heard one of the in best sermons that we have heard a long time. I wish eyery professNorth Main. Street ing Christian in this city could have heard if. Brother MacNeill said we lived what we believed. "David Garrick" at the College t old, running sores, ulcers, b69 .We were delighted to hear of the Tuesday evening by Phidelia Rice, f burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Sunlarge amount collected" in their Try it. Only 23 cents at All Drug day school and at the morning serv- the gists. ices to be uoed in relieving the sufNOW. FURS!!! HE WONT LIMP FURS! FURS!! fering of the poor in our city. Will pay yon tne Highest Cutk Moore, Piiccs for your Furs. Xo more limping for-ToIlear "David Garrick" by Phidelia J. W. HISEL Cochran. Ga "I Lad a bad sore Rice, the famous impersonator, -- at of Bridge Jaak Shop, one my instep that nothing seemed the College Tuesday evening at 8 So, 23 Nortk Xapk to halp till I used Bucklen's Arnica o'clock. 1 3rS-Eft: TeflMssaa Fbeae '215, Hmm Salve," (he writes, "but this wonder .TT t n--: ful 'healer soon cured me. 'incaia SUBSCftlBE FOR THE NEWS. Paints, Oils, Brushes and Window Glass at & C0.; 4t '4 4t s. "