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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 13, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912021301_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 13, 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. wtomcer news pq rBHwm! -- W' it, f .V0UIME,7; H: M. . WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1912. done much towards the betterment of Breathitt county.. He was twice married aud is sur vived by his second wife and a step Son, Bennet Clark, who is with the Breathitt County News.. He is survived by the following 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK "lafflAI 1 IQIII Km'. heaving been in the game for six OF MR years, and is an expert authority on I IIIVIMVVVII automobile mechanics, and his many years connection with other business enterprises makes him an MICHAEL COYN E business man capable of giving his customers the very best of service. These gentlemen expect to estaiFcrmer Clark County Man is Laid Priori tiw is Marie te Commercial blish, and garage in this To Rest, in Catholic Cemetery in y Cfcfctf Winchester by Retfpath city while their office will be located at Indian iflelds, this county. Lexington. Iwnh ef Ctifcaie. lllfl MAI all-rou- sub-agen- cy sisters: Mrs. Sewell Price, Mrs. Jake Pipton, of Irvine; Mrs. Jas. Patrick, of Stanton; Mrs. Adams, of I i ii : ieaiivvme, aim a iuroiner, ueorge Sewell, of Ford. - ft AfBiovemcnt is now on foot for the STATE COMMITTEE establishment of a Chautauqua As ' sembly in Winchester for 1912. The UPHOLDS CAHTRILL Bedpath Bureau, of Chicago, has jijtejeufted. a proposition to the Com JBere'ial Club, which, after careful Vete is 8 to 4 to Sustain The Snap eonsBderalion it has cordially enAction Taken by Seventh Con- dorsed.' V est .The. proposition is is follows: Th Kedpnth Bureau proposes to put Una seven day assembly of the high possible class at their own cx- Jnse to do all tlie advertising' and vork of administration, to take the risk" of profit or loss if Winchester iU do two things: "1. Furnish a suitable location. Sell 750 season tickets at $2 It I each. '.Also the Redpath Bureau offers to make the assembly All, season tickets sold above the 750 guarantee up to 1000 will be divided equally between Bureau and some public charity. Also wlien thz total receipts shall readh $5000 the cost of the Assembly ,to' Bureau, then the further shall also be equally divided. " 'Then, too, the refreshment percentages are to be given to the people of Winchester.. This proposition is feasible and iwithin the reach of this city, "Kith the of the different elements, can be made a great success. Nbthing that could come into "the city would be more to tiie entertainment and benefit of ike. citizens than to bring the great Men of the day, the best music and iner finest entertainers into contact The funeral services of Mr. Mi cliacl Coyne, who died Sunday afternoon at his home on West Main HEARTS OF CHILDREN street, Lexington, were held TuesARE MADE HAPPY day morning at 9 o'clock at St. Paul's Catholic church, Rev. Father Liebert de Waegenacre officiating. The burial lock place in the Catholic Little Girl and Her Two Brothers cemetery. The pallbearers were gressional District Body. Are Furnished With Food And Messrs. John Hines, Thomas Smith, Neat And Ccmfortable Clothing. (Special to The Xcnvs.) Edward Dowling, Patrick Ryan, Lexington, Ky., tFcb. 13. The Thomas McElroy, Thomas Maguire, Joy and happiness are now shinmeeting of the Democratic State Cen- James McKcnna and Felix McEl-lioning forth from the eyes of the little tral Committee in Lexington Mon girl and her two brothers, whose pitday,- - which ended in another victory Mr. Coyne fomerly lived in this iful destitution was described so fior Congressman J. Campbell Can-tril- l, county, having been for many years vividly by Mr. W. E. Singleton in was a regular Kilkenny cat keeper of the toligatc on the LexMonday's News. , affair,, so far as the Democratic ington pike. The bright little lass has been takwore concerned. And that brcthern en to his home by Mr. Tom Rash, it resulted in a third consecutive vicJ. and furiwsJied 'with neat comfortable for the redtory within a month clothing. The boys were each givfanner-politicia- n from headed IS LAID TO REST en a suit of clothes, two suits of uncounty was no surprise to Scott derwear, a pair of shoes and a hat those who know that gentleman's by si benevolent gentleman. getting away with peculiar .'habit of his op- Beautiful Tribute Paid to Her Life The old man, who is ji blacksmith, the horns, hide and hair of is to be given employment, and the ponents. And Character. Many Flcral Deface of each member of the family is Mr.. Cantrill wen his contention for signs Sent as beaming with pleasure and gratitude. a primary March 16- by the followe. Love-Toke- i nc inth-th- e pecple. in. It will benefit Win- several ways. advertisement of the city it ij'Asan will .be, worth a great deal, for on the .great days, people will come for niles around. In an educational way, it will give the 'city a distinction above the about, and as a moral uplift it will be invaluable. Let's all get together on this good Batter and make a long and strong Chautauqua the pull to make a success. Some of the notable things on the program proposed arc, a 'famous Italian band, a world famous opera singer with a support pf four voices, two big political men oftk calibre of Bryan Folk or etc. A Boy Scout "Master, who has. been trained for the work son and his supporters. Especial!' will.inake things lively for ithe boys iid they Ibecome voeifrous when different Cantrill asked "if the time had come anjTgirls. In all twenty-on- e le'cfures, entertainments and musical in the Seventh District when the companies giving, some thirty-fiv- e State Central Committee should turn separate entertainments. the Democratic party to the An effort is soon. to be made to men who had. knifed it very chance of the tickets. they got." By the way a great hole was torn in the alleged Democratic harmony MEW AUTOMOeii that is said to prevail in the Seventh District. Cantrill had only 2,900 AGENCY ESTABLISHED majority over Commissioner of Agriculture M. C. Rankin two years is a bare possibility M(rs. A..C. Parrew AN T. Stanley ago. a There Republican would put that live :t.ptmj jmc i utmi iihii rvi u maim Cam on the shelf along with the other members of the Third House and Cftr&Mprny. the old. regime at this falls's elec Barrow and T. Stan-- , tion. The Lexington Herald Tues ,fessrs. A..C. HeyljClayj-o- f the count', have closed day wades, into the State Committee Vwith'rlie. Ford Motor Company, and declares that its action puts the ,.3al of. Detroit, Michigan, taking over the stamp of approval on sharp practi- .igency' for Fo id antomobilcs for sH.'ees and that the precedent it sets is of, Clark' county. This firm will, be practically an invitation to political kaown under the firm name of Bar- - highway robbery for the future. It rbxr & Clay. s truly sad to see the brethern thus The senior member of this firm, fail to dwell together in unity, es- Civil neeinllv Mr. Barrow, is a in a Presidential year. t Engineer, and during his many years With a Republican county adminis experience has been construction tration in Fayette and a Democrat-eagmefor a number of railroads, ic.city administration that slid by November a very capable business man through last . aad'is nd mechanic. .' the out of its teeth, Mr. Clay is a 'veteran automobilist, ,lookifor next' fall in the District chester cities-roun- d dis-po- se -- call J. W. Pugh. Ni P. Taylor, Second District; T. J. Moore, Fourth District? J. C. Kennedy, Fifth Dis trict; J. A. Donaldson, bixth District; W. L. Bramblett, 'Ninth District; W. A. Berry, First District; T. Third District, proxy vo ted by J. C. Kennedy. Against the Cantrill call Thomas A. Combs, Seventh District; J. A Sullivan, Eighth District; H. M. Cox, Tenth District; Woodson May, Eleventh District. Mr. Cantrill in bis address to the committee, said some mighty mean things about Judge Sam Wilson, of Lexington. He accused the Judge of being a Republican election officer in the Goebel election of 1899, of having sought the Republican en dorsement for Congress on a IFusion ticket in 1910, and of having been in sympathy generally with the cussThe crowd, which ed Republicans. inculded quite a number of politi cians from a number of the coun ties, including ;Faycttc, who have trained in the past with the liquor element in the Democratic party m the district and state, whooped things up for Cantrill and applauded every time he landed on Judge Wil State-at-Large: ing votes: For Cantrill The Soup House The funeral of Mrs. Susie Eliza At the soup house Monday after beth Seobee was held Tuesday after noon at 3 o'clock at the First Meth- noon, loo persons were served, tne making possible the odist church, Rev. O. J. Chandler contributions hiipplv being: ind Rev. Leonidas Robinson con da's 'Swope and Wilson, butchers, one ducting the services. The burial took place in the Win quarter ot beet. A friend, $3. chester cemetery, the following being A friend, $1. the pallbearers: 'Messrs. R. F. SeoA friend, 50 cents. bee, U. R. Scobee,. R. ,H. Scobee, D. zv.l Horace Cchranc. lsrr-'.o- s 1$. Scobee, R. O. Fitch and. D. II. Bratton. Honorary pallbearers: J. cabbage. (Mrs. M. S. Browne, 8 quarts of E. Garner, C. E. Buh, John T. Mo-Cormick, H. A. Serhener, J. A. Tan tomatoes. A friend, $1. ner and J. W. Wkialer. Mrs. J. E. Gaitskill, 0 cans of to A beautiful tribute to the life and character of Mrs. Scobee was paid, matoes., G cans of corn and one and the many handsome floral de- peek of potatoes. Friends from South Park, 56 signs betokened in a slight measure the great love and esteem in which loaves of bread and 42 cents in cash North Bros., 21 loaves of bread, she was held. servi C dozen buns. The U. D. C. attended the A friend, $1. ces in a bony, as a tribute to net, Mrs. Phil Hampton, G cans of to who bad been a faithful and an matoes. honored member. A friend, $1. the son, the To the husband, A 'friend, 50 cents. daughters, and the sisters and Rev. Wm. dimming, .fl0:; .. sym brothers, the tenderest, truest A lady friend, order for one dozen pathy is extended. cans ot tomatoes. Small contributions amounting to 69 cents. ACKSON MAN PASSES Mr. Tom Sewell, Who AWAY Had TOBACCO SALES ( J - well-kno- er the.-.ski-n At the Planters' Loose Leaf ToBeen bacco Warehouse Monday, about 100,000 pounds of Burley kbacco, Critically III For Weeks, is Dead were on the market. Largely green Was Invalid For Years. and frozen sold for 4 cents. Some fold for S c"A for haf. :rt fo Jackson, Ky., Feb. 13. Mr. Tom Some black frozen stuff sold for Sewell, who has been critically ill 2 cents. One lot of fair colory for the past few weeks is dead. His brought an average price of 20 2 funeral, conducted by Rev. T. B. cents. Several crops brought an avCock, were held Monday afternoon erage of 10 2 to 20 2 cents." from the residence and burial took A few baskets of old colory toWILL NOT COME place in the 'Sewell cemetery. Mr. bacco sold for 27 to 41 cents per had Sewell was born at Irvine, but pound . been a resident of Breathitt county One crop of .Montgomery county since he was 41 years of age. TO KENTUCKY tobacco was sold by L. H. Mason He had been engaged in different at $11.20 all round. kinds of business in Jackson but Bidding was active and prices principally in the real estate business There William R. Hearst is Compelled to gave general satisfaction. Though an invalid for seven years, Decline Invitation to Address Genhe had been seriously ill only a short were very few rejections.' Thenext sale will be held Thursday. time. eral Assembly on February 14. He was a member of tlie Metho dist church and his influence has FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD Ky., Feb. is. Owing . Frankfort. to illness in his fa'mily, William Ranaud will dolph Hearst, noted editor The Fraternal Brotherhood warrants the Herald's inquiry Tuesday morning if the Committee and meet on Wednesday night, February statesman of New York, has been Mr. Cantrill wants to bear the onus 14, at tie Fraternity Building. A compelled to declinefTtbe invitation of giving the Republicans another lnrrp plns nf pmididates will' be in extended by the General Assembly to 14. Congressman and of sending a Re itiated, after winch a banquet will address that ibedyofi-Februar'.the banquet hall on the. Senator L. W.iAwHtifcairman of publican delegation to the electoral be served in ! las.' J. i fourth fl !the Committee' otBHtwifiument, of college from Kentucky, in 1912 1.T.-1 1-1-1-y 'ing abdication: the second dealinc Harding. a with the establishment Mr. Estes was a popular young BOY AND MAN of the republic; and the third urging the farmer. He lived alone, in a porta maintenance of peace and approving ble house, on the Ruckervillc pike. ENGAGE IN FIGHT the conditions agreed upon by Yuan He owned about thirty acres of land, Shi Kai and the Republicans. which will probably go to an aunt, llie text of the firs impenal edict Mrs. Rupard, as be had no nearer Elijah Hughes, Age 17, Cuts Jospeh issued by the tin one at noon Mon- relatives. Armbuster, Aged 48, cn Head, day is as follows: "We, the Emperor o'f China, have Face RENTALS OF CITY respectfully received today the folfttaysville, Ky., Feb. 13. Elijah lowing edict from the hands of her Hughes, aged 17, son of John Hugh- majsty, the Dowager Empress: ''In consequence of the uprising es, a farmer, aud Joseph Armbuster, Tracy & Stokely, agents, report aged 48, a merchant at Germantown, of the Republican army, to which the the following rentals of city proper- this county, engaged an fight a at the people of the provinces of China ty by them within the last few days: tatter's place of business in which have responded, the empire is seethL. D. Brandenburg, of Berea, Ky., Hughes cut Armbuster eighteen ing like a boiling cauldon and the dwelling on Taylor avenue. times about the head, face and rc"l"c alK l"UIlgeu m misery. I J. A. Rash, residence on Haggard throat, Sundav evening. "uan Shi Kai was therefore Hughes street. - commanded to dispatch commission-te- r wys the fight started over ArmbusR. N. Noland, of Irvine, Ky., accusing him of stealing apples ;s in ortler to confer with the Re" dwelling on Washington street. nA n nnir nf lnv from hi c.tnrP. P'cans with a view to the calling i- Cole .Mahone, residence on College He says that Armbuster locked the of a national assembly to decide on street. ,loor aud told Hughes he would kill the future form of government. Wim unless he produced the alleged Months have elapsed and no settlestolen articles, anil started in to ment is now evident. "T-hNOTED SUNDAY majority of the people are make his threat good by hitting him in favor of a Republic. iFrom the over the head, with a club. Hughes drew a barlow knife in self defense preference of the people's hearts the he claims, wielding it with probable will of heaven is discernible. How . fatal results. He was arrested at could we oppose the desires of 'milliis heme Monday by Sheriff Muc- - lions for the glory of one family? increiore, we, tue uowager im- Dr. Ciarles S. Bulla, of Nashville Koy and brought to the Olaysvillc l,rcss aml tlie Emperor, hereby vest jail, where he will be kept, pending Will Speal: at Methodist Banquet the outcome of Armbuster's injuries. the sovereignty of the Chinese Em pire m the people. on Wednesday Evening. ' "Let Yuan Shi Kai organize to the MARKETS One of the greatest Sunday school full the powers of the "provisional expert-Republican government, and confer of the South will speak at Cincinnati, Feb. 12. Cattle Slow with the iRepublicans as to the meth the Xsthodist banquet to be given Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the good to choice light butchers steady; ods of union, assuring peace in the Fraternity Building; namely, the other grades weak to 10loc low- - Empire, and forming a great repub- inimitable Dr. Charles S. Bulla, of er; .shippers $o.306.7o, choice to lie with the union of Manchu Chij.xtra $6.857.2o; butcher steers, nese, Mongols', Mohammedans and Naslnille, Tenn. extra $6.1oG.50, good to choice Tibetans." The banquet is to be given by the Woman's Wesley Adult Bible Class. $3.2o6.13, common fo fair $4.15 And at an audience Sunday, the $5.15; heifers, extra $5.G56.1o: EmDress Dowazer. touchindv thank- fancy (1100 lbs.) $6.60, common to cd sh; Ka; for hh gQCCCSsfnl OF fair $34.40; caws, extra ..b0(u efforts in obtaining good treatment $4.83, good to choice $44.50, com- for the Imperial family. The publi"DAVID GARRICK" mon to fair $1.75:5.73, cannera cation of the edicts has given pro$1.752.73; bulls slow and 15 found relief to everyone in Peking, To Ee Given by Mr. PhedelaH Rice 23c lower; bolognas $4.253, extra both the foreigners and Chinese. 5; At The College Chapel on Tues- $3.103.23, fat bulls $4.73.-,.2The arrangement is considered to milch cows easy ,aud quiet. day Evening at 8 0'Clock. lie a skilled compromise and it is beCalves Slow and 23c lower: ex- lieved the terms will satisfy the ReMr. Phedelah Rice is in town and tra $8.73 fair to good $6.758.30 publicans. will give a rendition in the College common and Urge .$47.73. Hogs Generally 10c lower; Chapel Tuesday evening, February ' A Real Treasure. lected heavy shippers 13, at 8 o'clock. A memory without blot or contamHe says he has nothing better than good to choice packers and butchers ination must be an exquisite treasure, an lnexbaustlbe source ot pure re"David Garrick. It was "David $6.336.40, mixed packers $6.23 freshment Charlotte Broate. stags 6.33 Garrick" that brought down that $33, com- - j fat heavy 'choice most unusual ovation last summer at mon to ' $G;.256,.33, tags the Chautauqua. jxed TOO LATE TO CUSSFY. You will miss something great if $33, common to choice heavy fat ( you fail to hear Mr. Rice at the sows .$4Jo()t.Vo, extra 3.oo. ngni I THE LYRIC. College at 8 o'clock Tuesday even- shippers $5.506.23: pigs (110 lb. ing. aud less) $4.233.40. (Edi- Sheep Steadv: extra $3.G33.75, ' An Old Sweetheart of Mine. and-Throa- t. Covington, Monday received the following telegram fromiMr. Hearst: OF "I profoundly regret that illness in my family compels me to relinquish the pleasure of addressing your le body on February 14. I am deeply disappointed at being unable to accept the honor and the opportuImpressive Services Conducted TuesIs Followed by Edicts Ordertaf Esnity which you offered me. I beg day Morning at Grave by Eld. J. of you to accept my apologies and tablishment of New Retime A"ri my expressions of sincere regret." W. Harding. Urging Peace. Preparations had been made by the men to give a dinner in ; newspaper Peking, Feb. 13. After occupyServices over the remains of honor ot Mr. Hearst, and Governor ing the throne of China for nearly Joe Estcs, who died Monday morning at his home on the Ruckervillc MeCrcary had extended an invitatio-- i threc centuries-- , the Manchu Dynas- pike, were held at tlie grave in the to Mr. Hearst to attend a reception ty, represented by the lie is giving Wednesday even- - or, Pu Yi. abdicated Monday. Three Winchester cemetery at 10.30 o'clock ing at the mansion. j edits were issued, the first proclahn-on Tuesday morning iby Eld. J. W. If IP L1I0 ESTES hou-orab- MJHUE jr SCHOIEXPERI si pac-Vi-- s; on-- ) good to choice $3.233.30, common j I5v Wav of Mr Browning. (Vit- to fnir 1.23rtM. vearlinsrs $1.23(f? agraph.) ?5.25. Mesquito's Gratitude. (Kal Lambs Slow and 25c lower; exReturn engagement Aald tra $6.506.75, good to choice .$G Syne Thursday. School children miTf $6.50, common to fair $45.73. mitted for 3 cents Saturday atiiice 2:30 and 3:30. WOODMEN OF THE W0ALD. mm 1 ? The Woodmen of the World will LOST A Citizens Bank check book between Citizens Bank building meet at 7:30 o'clock at the Courtand JlatiacKsj nareuouseon mnn house on Tuesday night. AH mem! W. O. Brock. avenue. bers urged to attend, and come early A BARGAIN. , . n FOR RENT If sold at once; house of 4 rooms; let 50x150; cistern gas, outbuildings, rents at $10 per month ; here is a chance to ne't 10 per eent on your investment. ' Four or five roora.yga.-and cistern. Home phone M ol apply at No. 11G North Highland J -tf FtfijRENT 20 acres of first-cla- ss Jern land, near the;' city. lessee phone 164. ' Call if ::-- 4 '.- - , r If 1 . .5L sfgiy affirmative acclaim so "Vigorous that THE WINCHESTER NEWS there seemed to be an even 'break 'in told But the roll-ea- ll IM-I-II Swtt Main other story. By an overwhelming iiuijority of votes the Colonel was turned down, and the confidence and ' npj..uval of the delegates were later ally, Exeapt Swiiiy (2toived upon the Preidpnt. matter, "Entered as second-clas- s It looks as if the Koosevelt Jooui 'lfasaber 28, 1908, at the postoffice ' weie largely one of shouts and SalM Winchester, Kentucky, nnder the ver. It owes its portentous appearlet of March 3, 1879." ance tohe noiseine.ss of its proaio-ter.- s. .Theodore controls the megaletii Phmes 9!. phone, but friend William, of the AVh'te Honsc controls the votes. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: liowe.-er- , " ' LAXATIVE hS" A THE EFFECTIVE TT' THE 'Nn, PARABLE Of THE MAN WHO ADVERTISED m g ' - . . .t,--3iT ' Tastes Like Candy. And Is Eaten Like ANNOUNCEMENT ; It is interesting to note, By Mail. Daily, one year fix Mentha Oh Month what the Colonel has achieved, niys-tciious 5 3j;j w- - - Ik Oi o;rov or o!iPnrie, by h?s $3.00 and ambigious policy. His 1.50 25 indirect and unconfessed entry into the field some weeks ago, an entry Payable in Advance. accompanied by means of his friends, and helped by bis own comment on KATES:. public questions, resulted in putting an effective check upon the La Fol-let- tc timm. wy 9 .Sa movement and taking the wind ms, witku om weak. . .50 out of the Cummins candidacy 'be- LOO VMk, eeatiaamaly r. had a chance to get under fore Oh eatondar mo--, eostinnontly- - 3.00 way. itHe cleared the field of all pos- 2.40 wttks, 4 &m a wMk sibilities but himself and the Presi- Few tHMkb, three time sa week.. 1.80 ' Ten ereelrn, two tines a week. L20 dent. Then came his announcement in which he declared that he would 'not Fear weeks, one tiat a week. . .. .75 accept the nomination as the gift of Mines notices, kodj type. . political intrigue; but that he would 1V reading, nrns heading... 16r not refuse it if made as the demand tPkree continuous insertions of same of the people. That announcement tlvm at doable the one -- tome rat. meant that he would neither make Ctotctei Par fieri: nor countenance the making of a Oae laeertiou, any editiom If fight upon the President; it meant Tkree iasertioas continuously . . 2 that, so far as he was conccnied, if .o,il.l ppiii-- a Trciioritv of lack three additional insertions. c ,U- Dm calendar no., continuously. .10o the delegates to the convention' he bTetkiac counted less than 18 words. was welcome to them; there would H& item charged oa books for be' no interference from Oyster Bay Seas tkaa eemts. with the White House program., This assurance is all the friends of Mr. Taft wanted. No 'real doubt reAOVCTtSKIG BY TME mains that the President will go to HS3 UrWajyiCCTWlPfT Chicago with enough delegates io capture the convention. La Follette OFFICES r:CV YORK AND CHICAGO cannot stop him; Roosevelt has 5RANCHCG IN A LI. THK PftlNCIPAU CITIES spiked the Wisconsin's guns, punctured his boom, left him high and THE MOUNTAINS. dry. The Cummins candidacy is not seriously taken. i'For some time past we have been President Tafit Jias right of way, carefully studying the newspaper rewith Teddy holding back the crowd ports of crime committed in Kenand saying, in effect, "Take it Bill, tucky, and the trials of those indictof you can. If you can't why leave it ed for the same. We have especially to me." been comparing the record in thee And as we size up the situation particulars of what is known as the Bill is going to take it. Louisville Mountains of Kentucky with LouisHerald. ville, the Metropolis of the state, and Lexington, the leading city of tlie PARCELS POST. Bluegrass. These two cities probabThe article in Monday's paper unly represent the highest culture and der head "Parcels Post in Germany,'' best educated places of the Common- by Dr. M. S. Brow'ne, has met with wealth. In each of them crime is many favqrnWc' comments. just as prevalent as a like population Companies That the Express in either the Tenth or Eleventh Con- should be allowed to prevent the esgressional District, and the per cent, tablishment of the Parcels Post is of convictions, in murder cases es- not creditable to our representatives pecially, is larger than in Louisville at Washington. or Lexington. , AVUmt4i rev .7c T.-if-f In our 'experience hi the .handling of drugs and medicines, we believe DUTY OF PICKET DURING WAR v.o have never had experience with Young Recruits Were Troubled Greatany Remedy ' that gave such great ly With Bothersome Countersign One Gives Up Rifle. satisfaction to our customers as do is Hexall Orderlies. This Remedy In "A Little Fifer's War Diary" C. not like any other laxative or catharW. Bar'tleen relates many an incident that lias not before seen light. Among tic. It contains all the good feat-tirof these are some relating to picket duty of other laxatives, but none and the rendering of the bothersome their faults.. countersign which are truly remarkable. For instead of possessing at I Our own faith in Rexall Oidarile least some faint particle of the solis so strong that we offer them to you dierly instinct, many of the younger with our own positive personal guarrecruits, it would seem, were of a antee, that if they do not' thoroughly strikingly civilian frame of mind, and this can be no more said of one army satisfy yon, you only need toll us than of the other. This is a characteristic account: and wc will hand back to you every One recruit challenged. "Who goes penny you paid us for them. Therethere?" "The Grand Rounds." fore, in trying them upon our recomof saying, "Halt, Grand Rounds. mendation you take no risk whatever- - Advance, sergeant, and givo the coun! tersign," in disRexall Orderlies taste like land are gust, "O, the recruit exclaimedwas , I thought it the -eaten like candy. They do not gripe. relief!" A general testing the sentries came !"ise nausea, excessive looseners, upon a young recruit who halted him They act or any otliel" with: so easily that they may be taken at " "Stop! Have you the countersign?" , "No," replied the general. any time, day or night. They are "What, another one without it?" exparticularly good for children, aged, claimed tho sentry in disgust "Well, or delicate persons. They are put I'll tejlou; it's 'Victory.' " The general' gasped for breath. up in convenient tablets in three, "What do you mean by giving anyone Prices, 10c, sizes of packages. 2oc, and 0e. , ' Remember, Rexall Remedies can be obtained in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. Phillips Drug Store, rilTSouth Main treet, Winchester, Ky es In-ste- "oye' . FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! the Highest Cash Prices for your Fnrs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, Will pay you No. 23 North Mapie st East Tennessee Phone 215, Home V' Phone 396. :si Once upon a time there was a business man who resolved to advertise. He saw what others were accomplishing with direct mall matter, "spreads" an J othin the magazines, er means of publicity, and he warmed to tho thought of emulating their success. So it came to pass that he hied himself to an advertising man and laid his proposition before him. Aod the a. m., finding it good and exceedingly fertile, recommended therefore a suitable campaign. The product and its appeal to the public were carefully studied, and letters, magazine ads. and other advertising prepared which would get the right point of contact. But the business man was not satis-fle"This letter doesn't strike my fancy" and "that ad. wouldn't sell goods to me in a thousand years" ani "I don't like the picture that goes' with this folder" were some of the criticisms he 'made when the vaiious copy and layouts came before him. Oh, he was the wise little gazaboo. He was right there with a whallop when it came to advertising knowl-elge- , and when he got through revising things to suit his Individual taste, their author Jaiew that they were indeed orphans. Protests were of no avail. It was his money he was spending and he "guessed" he knew good advertising when he saw it. You couldn't fool him. People would buy what appealed to him, and when his final O. K. went on any advertising. It was right. But, sad to relate, likewise quite obvious, the dear public did not seem to have the same taste as he. They found his advertising distinctly and passed It by, also up. So the campaign turned out a failure and the business man becomes really quite peeved now when the subject of "advertising" is mentioned. AH of which brings home this moral you can't advertise to yourself and expect to have more than one possible buyer. The Layman Printer. bill-boar- 1 ORDINARY v To Our Friends end the General Fublic : It is with pleasure that we announce that we have taken up the agency for the VULCAN CHILLED PLOW ( We have them in all styles, wood or steel beam RIGHT OR LEFT HAND. When you want any representative article see, us. Gruhbs & Benton Cor. Main and Broadway Winchester, Ky. Oxy-Acfetyii- ne Of AutomobaSe Parts. I have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit. ' Welding J 4 g S The uppermost Idea In adver- - t Using It getting closer to things as they actually are, not as they r are assumed to be. Printer's J? -I Ink. bile Parts such as cylinders, crank cases and all other parts of Automobiles, Milling: Machinery, Specially Adapted to Welding: AutomoFarm Machinery, Gas'Engines, Etc. Oxy-Acetyli- ne Hjg We weld all metals with the and they are as strong or stronger than new. guaranteed. Corner Broadway and Highland Torch All work PUR E ILK "Give Me That Rifle or I'll Cut Your Heart Out." I THIS ADVERTISING PAYS CHAS. HAGAN, Machine and Repair Werks, bit "We have, of course, been unable to keep tab on all the eases in any of the sections, ibut barring the feuds in the mountains, which wc now think is a matter of the past, life is ac safe in the mountains of Kenluukx as it is in either Louisville or Lexington, and probably much safer. It is easier to fix a jury or to prevent justice in ojtr cities than in our mountain territory ami it is more often done. It is time our metropolitan press should quit ladering our mountain people and sweep cleaner before their own doors. The establishment of churches and abolishment of the .saloon arc chielly responsible for the improved conditions in the mountains :ind if the Blind Tigers eould be put out of business the mountains would show still greater improvement in the observance of the law. Whiskey from lawless HOW COLD AFFECTS THE KIDNEYS. Avoid taking cold if your kidneys Cold congests the :ire sensitive. kidneys, throws too much work upon them, and weakens their action. Sekidney trouble and rious cvcii i may result. Jright's disease kidneys, get rid of Strengthen your the pain and soreness, build ilheni up by the timely use of Foley Kidney Pills They will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. For Sale by All Druggists. . Only registered pharmacists handle your perscription at the T3rown-Proctor- ia Pharmacy. Absolute ac- curacy guaranteed. quality'. ' " " ,,Thc store of folll-eoidtf dives is at 'the bottom of nearly every killing in that "part of A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET the State.'' Elizahethtowu Xews. Wet and chilled feet usually affeot the mucous membrane' of the nose, CHEERS FOR ROOSEVELT; ihjruait (and lungs, and la grippe, VOTES FOR TAFT. bronchitis Or pneumonia may result.. Watch arofully, particularly "the The result of the Cook County Re- children', and for 'the faekinj stubpublican Convention, held in Chica- born coughs give' Foley's Honey and go the other day, may be taken as Tar Compound. soothes the in- typical, in wrgc uegree. ol wnat to flamcd membranes and cals the expect from other such gatherings Swagel, CDUls qnickly. 3Sre. a. ' and fprni the national convention. 'Wis., says: ' "Itvalways give The name of Roosevelt wasigroetcd Foley's' noriej- - and Trfr Compound to1 "hvith a of cheers. A v:,va-vomy ditldren? It cnres' tlieir coughs vote on a resolution 4o indorse him and colds and they like to take'it." for the presidency (5ronght fcith an For Sale by All .Druggists. It - Kit; stm ee colm,erSim?" he at last ro.-ir-l out. "I'm the general and I'll have you hanged." The sentry was amazed. "Why, my orders were not to let anyone pais without the countersign," he exclaimed. "Let me tell you, I'm tired of giving' it. Such a lot don't seem to know it." Words of this sort might be occasionally "heard: Kentucky, "Who comes there?" The samples were collected from "A friend." "Advance, friend, and give the counthe milk depots, the dairymen, the tersign." restaurants, the hotels and other "Hang it, man, I have forgotten it" places where milk is served, and "Begorra, so have I." One officer, approaching a sentry, when a sample was found to be watwas surprised to be greeted with ered or skimmed, further investigation was made to determine who was "What do you mean by challenging "Tho last responsible. About 700 samples were like that?" he inquired. time I was on duty," was tho reply, analyzed in Louisville and (55 cases "I was told to challenge in a more mureported for prosecution. In most sical voice, and that's the. only tunc instances the milk was taken from I know." On the troopship St. Lawrence in from the dairymen's herds to deter1865 an officer who had just got up from a convivial party proceeded to mine how much water had been nd-dAdvertising for Direct Returns. visit kyirtt liTs to the milk as supplied by tho was the sentries, and this dialogue Our ncfglibor aJI his own. Tliunias Cat, " For rpaFons overheard: was sorry for tUo deed. Tlion he dairymen's cows. "Sentry." sad lie felt so"he and lone. advertised, for one. "Yes. sir." Red Cross Dairy (Phone 889-x- .) Ami e'er he sot replies, "You're asleep, sentry." Tho old cat turned up home again. supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and It pays to advertise. "Oh, no, I am not, sir." T. "E. M.. In Now York Telegram. sanitary Holstcin and grade Jersey "But I say you are asleep, sentry." "Very, well, then, sir; I am." milk; not watered. A Quick Recovery. "Then why on earth didn't you say "Mamma," said Johnny, "if you twill you were asleep, sentry?" let me go just this one time I won't FIRST LA GRIPPE, "Because I didn't know that I was. ask for anything to eat." i "AH right." said his sir, untiL you told jne so." mother. "Get THEN BRONCHITIS. "AH right, sentry; don't let it oc-- I your hat." I cur again." Johnny, perched on tho edge of a But that was a British story, and big chair, became restless as savory Such was the case with Mrs. W. S. the following has more of the ring of odors came rom the region of "My wife Bailey, McCreary, Ky. the our war. kitchen. At last he blurted out: was taken down with a severe atTo test a sentry an officer after the "There's lots of pie and cake in this ' tack of la' grippe, ' 'which run into salute said: house." "Let me' see your rifle." The recruit The admonishing face of his mother bronchitis. She conghed as tho she handed it over, whereupon the officer recalled his promise and he added: had consumption and' could, not sleep said in disgust, "You're a fine soldier! "But what's that to me?" From The" 'Doctor's medicine You've given up your rifle and now Success Magazine. at nighf you going to do?" The What gave her'-nrelief and I was advised young are' fellow drew out a dangerous Real Advertising Is News. 'to try Foley's Honey and Tar Com knife and exclaimed, "Give me that The succesful merchants of todar place their faith. In honest, common-- , pound. The first bottle gave her so rifle or I'll cut your heart out!" The officer was more than con- - sense, persistent publicity. They know much relief that she continued using t vinced that he would, and hastily that advertising is simply news news it and three bottles effected perma- handed the weapon back. of merchandise, and prices, and store ! service, and so on. And the advertiser nent cufe."' Mr. W. S. Bailey says V. rltroc tho nannlo tho non- - .... I h Paid $2.31 After 46 Years. he is prepared to answer all inquirFort-siyears after he had put in want 10 reaa uas uie oniy son or power ies promptly., a claim against the government for over pocketbpok that Is fundamental$2.31, James. B. Earl of Denver, Coin., ly sound. Baltimore 3un. For"feale by All Druggists. a veteran of the civil war. received his money. As the government pays His Success. FURS! FURS!! TURSM! no interest, Earl's check, which he re"I wonder if anybody will ever at" ceived recently, was for the. exact tempt to fix weather signs on a Will pay yon the Highest Cash amount he. claimed on Aug. 16, 1865. beightr ( Prices for your Furs.- when he was mustered out of the "Why?" Union army. At that time his pay "Because it is more or less a vane J. TV. HISEL check was short $1.60. and his cloth- attempt." Bridge Junk Shofi. ing allowance 71 cents. Sad Fact. No. 23 North Maple 'st, Earl served with the 5th Iowa In "Two are company." try ana later with the 5th Iowa East Tennessee Phone 215, Home "ys until they are made oti." Phone 596. ed Xexto-weex ll-18-4- The state pure food authorities at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station reported Tuesday to County Attorney Scott Bullitt, of "It T ll I vases xur sc.- jouisviue, SMiy-m- r ft ing watered or skimmed milk against dairymen supplying Louisville and certain restaurants. These cases resulted from the extensive inspections mada that 'have recently been throughout the whole of the Louisville milk field and other pans of Results Obtained by Sacramento Development Association Have Been Very Satisfactory. Although less than half of the ?50,-00- 0 advertising fund of the Sacramento Valley Development association has been available during the past three months, tangible results have been obtained, according to the report or Secretary O. H. Miller. The report showed that big results are commencing to accrue from "the eastern advertising, which the association recently placed in about seventy large publications. From July 15 to August 15 a total of 1,020 inquiries were received from this advertising. Of the inquiries received, as stated in the report, farm journals lead with 551, daily newspapers with 197, and magazines, 140; those received from miscellaneous sources were 82, and from tho Sunset Magazine, 50. This is an average cost of 80 cents per Inquiry, and which i3 regarded as exceptionally good for the poorest month of the year, and is considerablybelow the average usually established as the cost for each inquiry The members of the committee declared themselves pleased with tho results of eastern advertising and voted to appropriate $7,500 to be used in additional advertising during the winter months. i , Don't buv a Car until vou have investigated the Buick line. We have cars ranging- in price from $S50 to $1.80(J, nothing quite as good at the price, ask anyone who owns one. We carry jn stock a full line ol Tires and Tubes and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us - a trial. WINCHESTER GARAGE E. L KING Proprietor. Home Phone 21 East Tenn.244 nFfljP 99Sn TheNew Depositor4 In this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal ftttaa- tion and prompt service. Ali wo ask is an opportunity to serve yon thKi we msy f nm be quality of our banking service. ' We invite yon to call and see ns. Citizens National Bank " Near CourtSAfc nfr Scath Conrt SfreeC Winchester, Ky. React .Xlre News ayrr - ; - r 1 1 i ? Hi A .'Vi. s, V,- - wtwmvurz j hews. J- m A GREAT MANY IV People are taking advantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles about the house. We have the best things in the world for that purpose. All are guaranteed to do the work r as represented. JEWELER And why .not? Yet somefteople act as if a medicine could take the place of a doctor ! Jhefcest medicine in the world cannot do this. "Have a'familyaoctot4, consult him frequently. If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayer's Chey BectoraHor coughs and colds, we would not onerjt to you. , i&ti'i,1; with the Adams Ask Your Doctor Express Company years has resigned and qn n. mi Every woman is invited to consult our Staff of Physicians, Surgeons and Specialists, flfcitiic Invalids' HoTel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y., by letter at my expense R.V. Pierce,!. D. ' ' There is' e'very reason why rcnicn should not trust their delicate constitutions m tke bands of unskilled persons. f' It requires a thorough medical education to appreciate sad ' INVITE EVERY WOMAN over-worked 1 JACKSON FERRY Born, to Mr. and iMrs. Joint Win Woo.-Ie-y, a fine son, weight J pounds. L'.dyd Chrjstine. Mr. John Wni. Wooslev bought of lvthemer Haggard some corn at per pound. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baber had a 4 their guests Sunday, of .Mis&es Lillie and Gobel Wileox, Mr. and Irs, Stanley Baber and Mr. and . Mr? ' ; Stanley IKsel. (Misses Lula and Kuth Wooslcv are attending school at Richmond. IMr. Jackson Hall, of Bonibon, is visiting friends and relatives of this vieinity. accepted a po.-iiiwith C. II. Bow-ethe jeweler and optician. Mr. Porter Eubank, formerly of this county, near Kiddville. now of St. Louis, 'was in the city this week. He is .now with the American Tobac-c- Company. James Lanter, of Winchester, was calhrg upon the merchants of tills week, in the interest oT his illiss Mary Clay Boone Is visiting will visit her son, Dr. L. E. Oden and grocery house A. IT. Cundiff.'for- friends at Danville. wife for several weeks. .uerly of Jackson, but now located ar R?v. Frank Wcntivorth returned Miss Mary Shiiidelbowcr, who har Winchester, was in the city Monday Saturday i'rom 'Cincinnati. M. been quite ill, at her home on IJeck-ne- r "hi) truest of his brot'Ler-in-Iastreet, for several days, is much T. Back, on Batton avenue. Jm'k-so- n John Hall, of Lexington, spent ilr. 'Ninvs. improved, and will soon "be able to Sunday with friends here. be out again. 3fr. 1. L. WiUon was in Lexiiigloa Sir. Lee Evcins, of Frankfurt, C H. BO WEN rSf for S QC IETY X J:u-k-so- Mrs. Addie Smith, of Fayette spent Sunday with his family1 here. '3Irs. Stuart Tracy, of Lexington, county, weis here last week the guest is the guest of LMrs. William Ilodgkin of her sitter, 'Mrs. W. S. iMassie. ' ' Mrs. L. A. Wat kins and '.Mrs. fltnrk Kev. George Shepherd's friends A. Donovan .visited friends in Lex- .ire pleased to know that his condiington, Thursday. tion is impioving and hope to see hiu SuMe Jones nil n rued to her out again soon. 3Iiss 'Mi.-home in Ifichniond Sunday, after a Kate and Anna :l'ike Boone visit with iliss Nancy liililns. of Lexington, were Saturday am' Mrs. O. Pi Evans returned l'roip Sunday .the gue-t- s of their brother Cincinnati, Saturday, where she took Mr: Clay Sonne. a course of expert corVclry. Miss Xoia Xnpicr, of the WinchesJTrs. Frank 'Mticntzcr left Satur- ter Cloak and Suit Company, will go day for Cincinnati where she will be to Kichmoud, Wednc.-da-y evening to " for several weeks with Mr. iMneiitzer. attend a dance. yir. (). P. Kvaiw has gone to The many friends of .Mrs. IMatlie Jack-o- u ville.. Fioiida, and other Brown will regret to learn that she points in the South on a business continues quite ill at her home on trip. the Four Mile road. 'Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wat kins left Mrs. J. D. Poynter and .Miss .Man Saturday for St. Louis and othei Steven-o- n leave this 'week for an points in tMissnuii and will be gone of the leading millinery esfor several weeks. tablishments in Cleveland, 0., and es Friday. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! 1 Mrs. A. R. Martin was called tc the bedside oZ her father, Tandy Mouley. at Shearer, who is quite ill of pneumonia. Mr. Mary Oden left tMontiay Missis.-ipj- d. where )sheJ Chicago Johnson and tJIesdames Sallie Walden are in Cincinnati lhif week lookins at the styles for spring ' " in millinery., Mr. Clyde Colliver, wno Imd 'bteti , Be-.tie - SPRING GOODS We have received our SPRING LINE OF GOODS Consisting of Suits, One-Pie- ce n 4 .1 1 Dresses, Waists, Etc. ix t: r COME IN AND say that the picture referred the most beautiful that I have ever seen. So feeling that the management of the "Lyric" should he encouraged to bring to our city thoe pictures that will be helpful and elevating, and feeling sure that everyone who sees this picture will be fully rcpai for their time and money, I would recommend it to your readers, and especially do I wish that every boy and girl could have the pleasure of seeing it, as it is not only pleasing to the eye but the story it tells. is Very respectfully, beautiful. " It'. 6. FITCH. Phidelia Rice at the College Hear Tuesday evening. He is an artist in I will ten-pou- 'Mrs. Mary Duvall is visiting friends in' Lexington. Mrs. Ward Bush is convalescing from a recent illness. tMifS Annette Steele is the guo- -l if friends in Lexington. Hon. B. 1. Jouett was in Ciiiciu aaii on Iogal business the pai wc-'- k Mr. Jack WiNon. of adisou edi.p.. y, ht.s in town'la&t week. Jas. S. Kidd. of Coviiiglcn, 'he pat-- l week 'with relatives here. Dliss Carrie Lee Hathaway, of Lexington, visited here the past week 'Mrs. Withers Davis and 'itfe daughter, have returned to their home in Paris. (Mr. Chy Thomp-owho has hce.i Ml for several weeks, is slowly 'improving. Judge George B. Nelson left Monr ti ly for Florida to spend the res! v. inter. the Dr. James Martin, 'w5io has been on the sick li- -t for several days is much improved. Mrs. J.e Anderson and II. fiordnn. of Montgomery county, arc tf:liii-jMr. and Mrs. "Will Xel-o15. L. limner and family, oi Jlr. this city, moved to Waltersville. 'Powell county, to reside. Mrs. Maftie Henry, of L. & E. Junction, visited relatives here Clay City Time Messrs. Will Altman and Toir Cunningham, of Jit. Sidling, were here (Monday on bu!iio?s for the Modern Woodmen of America. Mr. X. T. Benton is in Louisville to attend the meeting of the wholesale and Retail Hardware Dealer' Association. Dr. and (Mrs. Dick Hunter, of the conBooncslhoro pike, arc "being gratulated on the 'birth Saturday of a handsome sori, Tienton Hunter. 3fr. siud iMrs. i. W. Lewis, of Vine street will entertain on Tuesday evening Avith a dining in honor of their son, Mr. George Lewis, and his bride, and 'Mr. and Mrs. Bybco Kissinger. iMi-- s Alabcl Browning and 'Miss i.f Becknerville, Martha and 3Iiss 'Bett West, of Lancaster, were gue?ts of LMis.-t-s Edna aild Lucy Browning, on College street. Miss Wet was en route' for i trip to Washington, D. C. n, r -n. As "a powerful, invigorating tonic favorite Prescription" imparts strength tothe'irholc " woibut,,, For system a.id to the organs distinctly feminine in particular. "shop-girls,- " bouse-- 1 "run-down-" debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women, generally,. Dr. .Pierce's Favorite Prescription jUneaualed as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. as a sooinmg ana siren cn- ening nervine, b avonte ) is invaluable in JUST SEND me. THIS COUPON -( allaying and , subduing .nervous DR. PIERCE'S IXVALiDS' HOTEL, Buffalo, S. Y. .excitability, irritability, pqrvous Plccso send rr.c lotlcr cf ajvico nrnl yrar Bcol; izc YVoncs, oil free and pmff without acy oLIauaa: on ay pari .exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, llj- - Name fainting spells, and other dis Pest Cfucc ,. tatc tressing, nervous symptoms Uorr leas ad'clol? Are yoc married?. Ase? commonly attendant upon the aZsvnts Hits a crxz (X) functional and organic disease in freat of the cm frora In front cf rclfer mort. free :hich ;ou softer, Tworrcnw (XX) ii which yea I Corxtipatkn Kidney Troubla Coath tl Ccarins Derm of the distinctly feminine or- Catarrh Ebddcr Treble SZS? gans. it induces rerreshing ::::::dSt Qblt7 , c?1rto nbaee sleep and relieves mental anxCrraa Pr raiainDack VMfr, IrapurRs! : ct Flaiha Stomach Trouib iety and despondency. Tt lliiigll ......Female Weakness Cianc cZ U'? ......Itc.iins Parts SST Describe any other ryziviT-- .i s" c - ere' - s.'.ctt if sir- 'Hiv. Favorite Pre- , Dr. Pierce's f ' --- , ! -- ) i - , Will pay you the Highest Cash Jiiecs for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop ,No. 23 North Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn, "hone 590. U-18-t- You will miss a treat if you faii to hear Phidelia Rice at the College Tuesday cveninu'. 4t up by a physician of vast experience in the treatment of woman's maladies. Its hvjrenients have the indorsement of leading physicians in all schools of practice. The " Favorite Prescription " is known everywhere as the standard remedy for defeases f 55 of women and has been so regarded for the past forty years and more. Accept no secret nostrum in place of "Favorite Prescription" a medicine OF KNOWN Sold by all Druggists. COMPOSITON, with a record of forty years of satisfaction behind it. One to Shrte Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate the stomach, liver and' bowels. . a dose. Easy to take as candy. Send 31 one cent stamps to pay. cost of wrapping and mailing only on a free, copy Invalids' JHotel of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, and Surgical Institute, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. -cloth-bound. PEOPLE'S FORUM AULD LANG SYNE To The Editor of Xews: Having raid the announcement dl. the management of the ''Lyric" 'of the return of the picture 'Aula L.U1U Syne" and remcmbrring the pleasure with which I saw this picture when it was 1ie;e several weeks ago, I de-dto a few word- - to yi.ui lenders. (Every one who has considered the of moving pictures realizes that they have come o stay and that they arc becoming, i factor in the life of every of any size, either for good or evil according to the character of the picture shown. T-hre com-anmit- Xow, while I do not po.-- e a a ompetent critic of moving picture, 'jeing somewhat in the same attitude the five year old grandson of one d our former citizens of some eight years of age who some years ago cmarked as he looked upon the 'de vastation of a severe winter storm' uul sleet: "I never sa.w the like be fore," 'and 'the little fellow promptly aid "I never did either," however. to is 1 " impersonation. MEAL! MEAL!! 2-- 8 Jt LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE One BAvk MEAL!!! A LOOK of the mot beautiful Scrpiture in the New Testament pas-.igc- -o When in need of any meal' don't' forget that we have 'the old' fashion water mill' stones and do grinding. T. M. Dornig.m, opposite David Gay's warehouse, on corner n-Wiun avenue. eu-to- m ss FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. . Inc. A. M. DOMB,r Manager. ; Elks Building A. jt Both Phones 364. WINCHESTER, KY. ' Cash Will pay you the Hignest 'l Prices for your Furs. v" J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Sfop. No. 23 North .Maple 'fet. East Tennessee Pbone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- 61 Main Street 'MO i 4.1 . i t rjJl. The Lure of Ambition. Ambition often puts men upon doing the meanest offices: so climbing is performed' in the same posture, us creeping. Dean Swift. .i tcIU us to let our light so shine before men that others seeing our good work.- -' may glorify our Father, which is' in Heaven. I am sure that through the 'Associated Charities God's 'will is being done. Their 'light is shining in many poor motherless ol-- fatherless home ill our little city. ' God's little' ones fare' being'lboked' after in a wav'that 'has hever'before been done. Anyone giving fo promote" this worthy cali-- c God will add 'to his cup of happiness in- the great betond". In a city but 'few miles away was a man once a possessor of great wealth. Tic 'had everything htorf Centractor Ralls Doryoo- - bellews la eoilld wisli?:filj money coid.l hiiv. On the Casey? one oeeasi lor wcrthyj lua"- OT-Casey Not" w, bote. ,A U tMe, biggest Ol'va Ivsr who had abecl lor Ke uj ty on.a railroad' dischargin ae and would take a little now your stomach distress or Indigestion would vanish iii five minutes and you, tni .nn.1 Iwn e....c nf milt-- t Ji ,. . .nl.1n. would feel fine. " spoonfuls of sugar. Stir over the fire This harmless preparation will diuntil melted and smooth, then strain into a basin. Add one cup whipped gest anything you eat and overcome cream and the white of egg beaten stomaeif before stiff. Pour into a mold and let stand a sour, you realize it. to set. Lamb Chops With Cucumber. Cook If your meals don't tempt you, or the chops until brown- on both sides. what little you do eat seems to ill good-sizePeel a cuenmber and cut into small dice; simmer in boiling you, or lays like a lump of 'lead ia water until almost done, drain and season with lx.ttcr and cook until quite your stomach, or if you have heartlender. Add salt, chopped parsley and burn, (hat is a sign of Indigestion. pepper. Arrange the chops around tno Ask your Pharmacist for a edge of the platter and heap the cucase of l'ape's Din pepsin- - and' take a cumbers in the center. Orange Pudding. Scald a pint of litllle just as soon as ydti can? There milk in a double boiler, add a of cornstarch which has been will be no sour risings, no "fclchiag mixed with a little cold milk, then of undigested food mixed with acid, BLACKSMITHING. add the yolks o two eggs and a cup- no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness ful nf sneHT- - f!nnk until min..lli th.m AYhcn you want good horseshoeing remove from the heat. Tool rind sIIpr l or heavy feeling in the stomacli, Nam- or any kind of repair work, don't thin two oranges, sprinkle vith sugar. I sea, Debilitating HeacTaelW, Dizzi-Ih- cn L- pour over them the chilled ens-- 1 forget that we do all 'kinds of work "s m tard. A mrrinmo mav bo added and neS3 "r Internal SP'S" lirct-clns- s blackthat is dbnc in a ov'eb. Chill and ,serve all go, and, besides there browned' In the at smith shop. IJeusouable prices; all cold. undigested food left over in Vftft stomwork guaranteed. Your patronage ach to poison your breath witfi?naBM-o- ns T. M. Domigan, corner solicited. odors. Winn avenue, oppocitc D. S. Gay's Pope's Diapepsin Lr acu bam ear Distant Courtesy. warehouse. "As an artist I suppose you assume for stomachs, b&ause it to be indifferent to money?" I prevents fermentation "ancftalfe hold IRISH'WIT "Xo. I'm not Indifforent. Jlut I'm . I not sufficiently acquainted to attempt of your foodland"dlgest3 itjtet the familiarity." j tame as if your stomach wastft there A Difficult Request. Itelrt-- f in five minutes from all The Customer Do yoir sell invisible stomach misery it at any drdg, store hair nets? waiting for yon. The Assistant Yes. madam.' The Customer Will you Jet me see These large easesqf Pa one, please? London Sketch,p'e's Diapepain contain1 mere ttiaa to thciri'tTghly'Vnre aUikst aijr Parasols for Fowls. The burning- question of the" day m cae of ""DybnpsiaIndigestiea. the minds- - of all thoughtful poultry keepers, says C. N. Perkins In the any other stomac-l- i dlstnrbaicM. Poultry Review (U. S. A.), Is how to provide shade for the fowls during The nicest nnd most tfie hot Weathe'r." Farm Ufc. i perfumes and toilet articles' attfcThere-ar- e various things to do, sug rnannacyr jlw gests London Punch. A parasol fori orawTjrrociorraT every rowl Is sometimes tried. An- storccsf. .laalUV. other way is to teach them "In the Shadows." ! . d 50-ce- nt table-spoonf- and now selling shoe strings to earn I ' his living handed this young ' man ibefore lnentionod a card. On the card bore this inscription: "God1 Loves a Choerful Giver." The young man then of vigoroit-healt- h and plenty of money and to spare, with diamonds "on his fingers, looked at the card taking his pencil wrote just below this inscription: "Ye?, and II will he yours in the iiid."' The poor manV answer wa: "'May God help you my fiieud. in your hours of blindnes.-.- '' A few years have pas.-eThe young man has his imineu-- e Drink, fortune by riotous living! cigarettes and samhling weie tlii- young man s Inghct amlnt.on. ... t.ie days when he had plenty, lie had lot of friends, but now he ! is numbered among fa,e degraded outcasts that drink, cigarette and zamblinir have made. Too. he wa- repeating the inscription 'i l the card shown him but a few months aw: '"God Loves a Cheerful Giver." ' -i tnati I liaci joined iiaml.- -i with that poor beggar in doing God's will." Let your light shine. AYlio knows t!ie day or hour wiien - by doing, so that we may 'be reminded of it. This is a true story that happened tot more than eight years ago in the eity of Lexington. When you give to the Associated Charities you are putting your light- on a hill so it Xolie but can be seen by Others. those worthy will share your gift. A Helper and Uelicvcr in the Associated Charities. d. I I HOSPITAL MEETINf All interested in Hospital movement are requested to meet at the lectuie room of the Methodist church Thursday evening tit half ' past seven o'clock. This is a general meeting5 'for all God H IIANIC his the meanest of his parties who are working for this JKL of creatures good cause. A nevy important pro- -, tn-Iliis soul sM.. one to face the world with position is to be brought up and u. One to show a woman when he loves large attendance is timed. llrownlnj. hr. CABINET GOOD THINGS TO TRY. The culinary architect Is keenly alive to anything now in combination or serving ami a Tew recipes of new dishes are always hailed with delight. Here arc a few to tickle the palate: ouncmnn iJisrfrve two heapiMS t!ll,R.spoonf4 tine in a cup of boiling water, add six rl,e liears tuat have bee" peeled and rubbed through a sieve, four table-- , I)oonfjlIs of sllsar. a ,ea8poonfll. ot vanilla and two cups of whipped c01,," JIolJ 'n a wet mold and turn out when set. Decorate with sweet-l.ear- d ened whipped cream and peeled pears Chocolate Sponge. Take two and a ha,f s(lares of chocolate, melted, add two tablespoonfuls of powdered gcia-oni- AT ONCE AIL I? DISTRESS STOMACH A Little Diapepsin Cures lmlifstfM, in Gas, Heartburn or Dyspepsia Five Minutes If you had some Diapepsin handy nl er 50-ce- nt sa-fliei- - te "i. numerous 4' 'collected fro vacuuaa cleaners has proved to be a valuable fertilizer, and Its sal&Bas be- - jBLHeBQClcBliSjle9lP9eBi cease regular buslaeai taBte. eVlerRKftefle Vee Tke cTMt it- - ValriaSte FertlHer. 1 " yfi x r t 4 " ASK Here's H BROWN - -- Seme Important News For WAKE UP! WAKE DPI dise over the counter at a profitit is the creating a demand for the merchandise on your shelves the selling of a. class of merchandise that makes each sale another sale, and keeping the people informed of the nature and prices of the bargains in store for them. Men Who Are Growing Bald. j people who'liavefcken'Wrvdrd for it that PARISIAN SAGE is the real hair grower, beautifuir"" 'and It is not merely the passing of called for merchan- Is the most resultrgetting medium employed by the business men of Winchester It reaches more homes and is read by more people than any paper published in the County. to-da- y. THE WINCHESTER NEWS u-y- IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE No intelligent man will deny that the volume of his business is increased by thorough and systematic advertising. The increase in a year's business inVar- iably more than pays for a year's advertising. Can you afford to permit yoii goods to lie unsought on your shelves where a little advertising would GET THE BUSINESS When you are in need of Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Invitations, Circular Letters, Catalogues, Briefs, Dodgers, Etc., then our Job Department is one of the best equipped in this vicinity.' THE WINCHESTER NEWS (DAILY) SUN SENTINELweekly) PHONES 91 109-11- 1 S. MAIN STREET Stokcly, agents ; ; for .Mrs, Amelia Crim, rented lier firm if 50 acres three miles from ,Wti- chester on the Ruekervile pike to James Kins, of the Wades Mill street, CVIaryville, llo. neigliboorhocd, for $22o cash, for The above statement was made to Exquisite Anguish. r . A man can hardly any greater the year 1912. Dr. 'C. D. Koch, of the Koch Pharma- anguish than to have the conversation Office in IfcEldowney Bailiiaf . ! . . Alary ville, Jlo., April 1U11. large work away from a funny story he was BOTH PHONES bottle 50 cents at Phillips Drag scheming to slip In as apropos of something that was said. Store and druggists evcrynvthcre. It WANTED Youhk men wahtinc- - a is guaranteed. musical education at very little cost should join Modern Woodtbien TABLES of America Baud and OrehestrsL RAILSOADJQME For particulars apply Oe'o. H? ITCH STOPS THAT Jlackic, at Barnes' Grocery LEXINGTON AND EASTERN r Tf von are siifferine from Eczema. Dr. E. R. Bush, president, Fral?f any other kind of skin Psoriasis or' RAILWAY COMPANY trouble, urop mio our store ior innity Building. stant relief. We will guarantee you to stop that itch in two sccoaOs.' prova iu A zic mat Dome win No. 1 1 No. 3 XV hVB sold other remedies for Daily 'Daily skin troubles, but none that V2 could WANTED To rent desirable part qt WESTBOUND recommend more highly than the well store room to reliable dressmaker. a. m. p.m. known compound or uti ox winier-ree- n Thymol and a few Oder in Lv. Quicksand, Ky. 1:25 gredients Apply at Star Store, No. 7 South that have wrought such won derful cures an over tnc country. D. Main street. 5:05 I 1:50 Jackson, Ky. .. This compound, known as D. D. the 5:10 1:57 Prescription, will cool and h;al, else 0. & K. Junction itchy, burning skin as nothing incubator-Cal- l Get 4:52 10:30 can. no-p- a regular bottle and cec on FOR SALE One 210-cp- s Athol, Ky. .. . our oSer. Beattyville Juct . 4:25 10 J." ' W. Home phone 655. Torrent, Ky. . .. 4:04; 9:44 For Sale By Strodes Drug Store. 2r12-3- t Bartlett. Campton, Juct, 6:43 3:30 Clay City,,Ky. . 70.9 4:05 FOR SALE A pen of four pureL. & E. Junction ' 751 4:37 bred whiterocks pullets anjl'loiie 8:05 450 Winchester, Ky. Ar. Lexington, Ky. cockerel. Apply to Sam Jett or 8:50 535 wans i uarTov in. r call 227 East Tennessee phcue. I No. 2 No. 4 t. d. tot I .r.tei:, ; I Daily EASTBOUND Dailj & dandruff cure liave never been dis appointed: Here's the .word of a person who took our wprd: . i "I have been using PARISIAN SAG'S about a ysixr. When I bejr.r.i to use it I had only a light 'fuzz en my head. Now I have a good th'ok growth, anil it is growing thicker and longer right along. Many people don't believe it can be done, but 1 know from my own experience with PARISIAN .SAGE that it can; I re:- onimend it in the fullest confldeiii.'e." Gainse Brown, 708 North Filmore ' Berryraan, Mrs. Dillard Bronson, E. S. Clay, Oliver. Crow, Miss Minna ' Dyke, Miss Beftie . Everman, Thomas v "' "' Fisher, Si Hajl, Miss Minn:e Hackworth, Mrs. Callie $ Henry, Fleming Hill, Miss Jennie Hollar, Bonion Johnson, Misses Annie and Lillie " Moore, Ilarvie Moore, Randa E. Moore, S. Mahcr, Ed J. Murry, Miss Lena . Pollard, Mrs. Florence if v Ruob, B. , i f Stone, Charley Snowden, T. C. JOHN G. WIIITE,.Postraaster ST 5 f GlASSfffi) 0UWT S CLASSIFIED ADVOTMf-IilJtt- le a wtm far tlMk St a wart far Urn aaiaaaalfva kv Yit. a wart tar ISs a war aar Sealtarai mri,' r. . -- . i iiSV. NatMH bMartti far lata attt.JH, 'tlkl' far lata Hsaa TRACY ANO STOKEY FOR RENT. J . Tracy ... f ay 1 1 (2-io-- 1 p. m a. m. 7-- n i CONTINUES fortius father, ilr. Fuller spent practically all of i last week at the scene of Rev. Ful MISSING MINISTER ler's disappearance in Southeastern FOR L. S. Fuller Ar- Ohio, and EMect Son of Rev. at Charleston, W. making investigations in to Lexington With No News towns where his father was reported rim to have been seen after his disap! of His Father's Whereabouts. pearance from Evergreen, Ohio. No definite information having heen Lexington, Ky., Feb. 13 3Ir. S. L. obtained there, either by him or fuller, of Hartford, Conn., eldest others who were helping in the would be found within the next week don of the missing minister, Rev. L. the search, 3Ir. Fuller decided to or two at mosl. S. Fuller, arrived in Lexington Holi- eomc to Lexington. Mr. Fuller said he had searched Tuesday ho will have cuts made day mdrning and is at the home of for his father night and day last fiis mother, 532 Rose .street, prqiar-i- g from photographs of his father, and week, and would continue looking to take up a new line of search have circulars printed, giving his dis- - for him, without returning to his home in the East, until some definite information was obtained. - Va., all the ' scriptiou and the time and place of his disappearance, which he will send broadcast over all the country where his faflier might .liave gone. Mr. Fuller said he had reached the conclusion that his father was attacked with some form of illness which caused his mind- to become impaired, and ithat h'e had wandered around until taken to a hospital. IJe expressed his belief that the missing man had met with no foul play, and Save Time by Telephoning 1 TOM COWAN BACK. When a man feels the necessity ofjaeing in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the lu 1b easy to travel; all over the State and other States. If you haven't our service you should have. Call our manager for full information. Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is back at his stand in the iMcEldowney Ruilding and is now 'ready to serve his old friends and customers' where you will always get prompt and first EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED) class service.' CAUSE OF DEATH OF 3:47 6:25 3:12 Torrent, Ky. . . an analysis of the stomach, was basBeattyville Juct. Ky 6:03 251 Athol, Ky T.5 252 ed principally upon the testimony O. & K. Junction .1 5:19! 1057 of Dts J. P. Wnrrcif and X. R. Sim5:25 11:05 Jackson, Ky mons, and others, who went to the Ar. Quicksand, Ky. .. 1155 Wood home Sunday morning and CONNECTION! made obesrvatioijs' of Mrs. Wood's LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will make body. Drs. Warren and Simmons testi- connection at Lexington with the L. & N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will fied that victims of gas poisoning, or make connection with the L. &' N. at asphyxiation, become almost black Lexington for Cincinnati, Ohio. befote or soon after their death, CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos. while there was no discoloration no- 1, 2, 3 and 4 will make connection ticeable in the face o'r upon the body with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. of 'Mrs. Wood when her body was BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains found. Nos. 1. 2 and 3 will make connection They testified that, when thev first with the L. & A. Railway for Beatty-- aw 5Irs. Wood after her death, a ville. . 0. & K. JUNCTION Traino Nos. 2. while froth wa streaming from the 3 and 4 will make connection with corners of 'her mouth, and a faint Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel odor of what they, believed might "City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. CHARLES SCOTT, have been some drug, and not the General Passenger Agent fumes of escaped or burnt gas, was noticed in the closed (bedroom. Both, LIUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE the 'physicians said, indicated internal poisoning, rather than asphyxiation, although the general impresNo. 17 Cincinnati-Kcoxvi- lk locai sion was that death was due to the 10:25 a. m. No. 33 Cincinnati- - Jaeksonrilli latter. limited, 1052 a. m. The jury returned 'its partial verNo. 9 MaysviDe-Staufs- ri leca dict, holding a final decision until rith Cincinnati conmectioD at Pari the stomach analysis, which arrives at 6:30; departs at 035 p- - m after was ordered, should have been No. 31 Cincinnati-Atlan- ta United made. 1152 p. m. THE SOUND . SLEEP OF GOOD HEALTH NarikfeMRi No. S4 Atlaata-Cincun- Lv. Lexington, Ky . . Winchester, Ky. L. & E. Junction Clay City, Ky. . Campton Juct . 13b 2:17 235 5 3.-0- 8:03 8:16 Qark County National BANk FOR SALE 2 tons "of mmett'fcay. Apply to Tennessee phone' 227r or Bobbins at this office! 850 upright FOR SALE A second-han- d piano; cheap for cash, or oh ea'sj cash paymetfis. Apply to 'Miiii Pearl Rutledge, 32 Burns avenue. tf) ' EtHieiaae liia aa IM Pakki FOR SALE The Big Run Coal; tke best on the market; yards oa West County Con- -. i Br Dad way. Clark Company. strnction 11-28- -lf Capital and Surplus . $350,000.00 FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; cldver sod. A htlM J. K and' 10 acres in 813A. Croiton, Home phone ar. i FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrVli. 1p5-.Home phone 813-A. W THAN WET FOR SALE 500 shocks of goix" corn. A barrel to the. shock, s J. H. Croxton, Home phone ,813-A- . -tf Is rare lii STROTHER'S OLD RELIABLE AMD J. M. STEVENSO- N-' Attanwy-atUw IRE INSURANCE Mfllea 60 S. Main St. E. E. LOOMISr- - Wlaiiiiilar; Ky. REAL ESTATE AGENCY Frtteatty aMs PImm IIS AnctiaRaar V " USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE " Is Not Determined. That Stomach of Coroner Directs Supposed Gas Victim be Aanaiyzed. THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. AtttrMys-at-Lai- Wiachastar. V Nifi i: - ti Earitor 452 a. m. , PENDLETON, IUSH tf 4 HIGH ART s -- .RB MLrRRRRrW- - m trW I RRR" 4W RR "BBB" BaBB. R rL I iW BPSJ M iW Sflllk Is not for those 'suffering from kid'-ney ailments and irregularities. The Lexington, Ky., Feb. 13. The prompt use of Foley Kidney Pilts coroner's jury which investigated will dispel backache and rheumaMrs. Ma die Lee Wood, tljef wife of L. E. Wood, who was found dead Sunday morning jCrom . supposp"ij xiatipjjl dlonday ' 'ordered, ed two pbysici-an- s after tlie tetinlony-'ipbad indicated that she bad been poisoned in some way, that the stomach be removed and its contents analyzed ' at the State University. The family did not want this done and Coroner Ir. J. D. Kiser, said iis office 'had' no power to compel obedience "to the order. The action of the jury ia ordering f -- dejof A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. A. JLYNN PERRY X. 3 ,;iM tism, heal and stTenglben sore, weak and ailing" 'kidney's, restore norma! action, ,? and with it health .'and krepgth. Mrs. M. F. Spalshiury, CHESAPEAKE iHlt. .Sterling III, saysfi'I suffered groat pain in my back and kidneys, could not sleep at nighty and could not No. 26, Daily, Ex. Sun. ..8:45 a. a. raise my hands over my head. But No. 22, Daily 12J. 0 p. m. two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills ffe. 98, Daily J Sob ., 6i39 p. 9il0 p. bi cured me. 'Foley Kidney Pills 'Tiave To. 24, Daily WMtkWRC my bearticst endorsement." No. 27, Daily, Ex. Saa. .'.652 a. m. For Sale by All Druggists. No. 21,Dtfly a; m Ve. 36, ThSj Ex Saa . . p.-a-. JtWjWmiE FIB THE NEWS No. 23, Daily No. 10 Stanfird-Maysrfl- fc Zoea oanecting at Paris for Cinchona? due at 7:15, leaves at 752 a m. No. 38 Knoxvflle-CincinEa- ti lo L arrives 2:48; departs 253 p. va 3- - - wdkaon No. J vil Ci oim k limited 5 :37 p. m. All axe daily, exoept Nos. I sat 10, which are daily except Sunday. 6th Floor McEliowBy B WsnckartaTy ICy Terms Cash H. L GILBERT & CO. BBBKBrff-aailt"MILByaiM'0- t Hmm PhdiM 37 I TsTKssM sout Aawttiu..'. lHr bt SHjrrAMT.li :V. ; , a TM. ( tel!A 1 , to 4 n M. L. DENTIST. WINCHCSTUt, KY.-- 78 U He'll Taka Him Up., Tlie man that aroMsl:.Hk wad of mosey raaklag a Mas? tkat.lM wants to aad can't tat:Usa up caa get aceemsMtetsi hr Mariac aay owaira ssisjilsii a4 telW that ihsf la tia ft sf sM uf 5" o' lv -- isfo.- v. ljFZn?- - v: