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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 15, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912021501_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 15, 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. NEWS IB , WCATMOI PrtfcaUv wtwPBj Vmj Ptarfu Decrease in TnpHtm fl uattir WRMBHMi tfc vVtWPPX Thursday VULUMb 7; He. 100. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1912. who miration of the neighbors, were astounded at his skill. Such unusual gift demanded recognition, so that, as a result by the time he was six, he had a real little violin and was taking lessons. This continued under various teachers in 2 CENTS A COPY; ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-THR- r CENTS A WEEK unnntinu uo nil hi u i nno BEEN RECEIVED J. E. ly Ceunty Superintendent Laflter to Attend Bourbon County Teachers' Association. The Superintendent of Bourbon County Schools Las extended an ill Mhution to, Superintendent Lauter and tlie teachers of Clark county to attend the Bourbon County Teach ers' Association at Paris, Saturday, February 17. . J MEETING OF SUNDAY Is Desired by Rev. Louisville, Geo. A. Joplin, of Who Will Makj; Ad dress en Sunday Afternoon. Suiiday afternoon at three o'clock. in the Sunday School room at the Methodist church, Rev. Geo. A. Jop lin, Secretary of the Kentucky Sunday Sehool Association, wants to meet all of the ministers, teaehers and Sunday School workers of the city and count. Having just returned from a conference of the General Secretaries of the United States and (Canada, whieh met in Xew Orleans, he" has some important plans for work to present, and a full attendance is most earnestly requested.AUCTIONEER WATTS PREWITT SALE REPORTS Auctioneer H. B. Watts reports the sale of Mr. George Prewitt 5 2 miles on the Mt. Sterling pike as attended by a large crowd . Good prices were realized, some of 1-- them being: One pairof mules, $310 Mich cows $32, $31.50, and $47; Jersey, $49. Two heifers, weight 500 pounds, $27.75. One yearling steer, $25.75. Brood sows. $10 to $20. One lot shoats, weight 40 pound, $200. Corn in crib, $4.10 per barrel. 'Bacon, shoulder 11 cents, sides 12 2 cents and hams 13 2 cents. Lard, 13 cents. Fodder, 30 to 35 cents. 1-1-- Copenhagen till he was twelve, when, to his great joy, he was allowed to go to Berlin and given the opportunity of fine teaching at the hands of Carl Halir, the leading violinist of the Royal Opera there. But now, 011 (the of his mother, from whom he had inherited liis musical genius, he was face to face with a new difficulty. Playing The class had been secured by J. was all very well as a young man's W. Bartlett, organizer, who has been amusement. To think of it as Ire doing sonic good work in Winchester now inevitably did, as a life calling for the past few weeks in spite of the was another thing. The keen, prac unfavorable weather. tical business sense of his father State Manager L. L. Hill, and would have none c it, and help from Mrs. Hill were present ami assisted this quarter was denied him. in the carrying out of some new But opposition is never a real ob degree work, which was directed in stacle to genius, and at the ajre of first class form by Benjamin S. twenty ho returned to Berlin and Bartlett, who knows how to conduct there, with the recognition of real lodge work iii first class style as talent which so constantly distin- - well as raise fine chickens. glishes the masters, Joseph Joachim, After the splendid meeting, ,the the king of violinists, took him as a members enjoyed a fine lunch and all pupil for three years. went home feeling they had spent By this time, though, it was obvi a most pleasant and profitable evenous even to his father that Axel ing. Skovgaard was destined to the life The Fraternal Brotherhood has a service of his art, and so it was number of young men on its memberthat when in 1899 an opportunity ship rolls, and they find it much came of buying the magnificent Stra- - more to their advantage to spend an liviius- violin on which Skovgaard evening improving themselves among now always plays, parental opposi- good people than loafing around tion gave way to definite and hearty pool rooms and similar places. practical encouragement. Organizer Bartlett promises anSteadily and surely he began to other larger class for Wednesday make his way as a European per evening, February 28. All members former. iHe had the good fortune to are requested .to be present anl en play tiwee ibefore the late King joy some more new work under the Christian of Denmark, at another direction of B. S. Bartlett. time before the late King Oscar of Sweden, and again to Ilukon, the present King of Norway. He also OFFICE OF ASSOCIATED won the attention of 'Wilhelm, Em CHARITIES MOVED peror of Germany, in 1902, when he appeared as soloist at the opening of the 'Royal Berlin Academy of Mu The Associated Charities office sic, with the result that twice since has been moved firm the Fraternity the Emperor has, through Joseph Buildiug to the ro- - ras over McCord Joachim, had him invited to play & Phillips' store. at private concerts fin the Royal Palace in Berlin, few years he has been touring the United States, where, with the assistance of a sing er and a pianist, he himself is ' rc- ponsible for a programme which proves its worth in that it keeps him playing every night in spite of the raveling strain this of necessity im poses. furniture, carpets, rugs, etc., comTHOMAS CHARGES HIS pose the stock, and the prices 'are as low as is consistent with the quality BILL HAS BEEN DELAYED of the goods. LARGE CLASS The new building is one of the most substantial and in Senator Accuses Railroad , Lobby of the city. The first floor is used by Being Responsible For Slowness Winchester Lodge, No. 812, Frater Mr. Luman as a business room, the third as a storage room, and the In Printing Measure. nal Brotherhood, Holds Meeiing second, which consists of eleven Followed by Delightful Luncheon rooms, is leased in flats. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 15. Senator Claude iM. Thomas, of the Clark- 'Winchester Lodge, No. S12, the EXCELLENT PROGRAM Boui'bon District, "started things" Fraternal Brotherhood, had a nice in the Senate AATednesdav when he class of new members initiated WedHAS BEEN ARRANGED charged that the railroad lobby was nesday night. OF AND WINTER PERSONS SCHOOL EE were Served at The Soup House Cn Wednesday. OFJTHODS Will Be Held in Auspices of Louisville. Kentucky fienerous Contri butions Are Made. Une hundred J IMv SuNiy and twenty-thre- e responsible for the delay in the For the'past MASQUERADE SUCCESS Miss Carrie Lee Warner Wins First Prize, Mr. ond, And Previtt Browne, Mr. Glenn Sec- Browning, MEETING OF KENTUCKY Third. A large tfrowd was present for the masquerade party given at the Au ditorium on Wednesday evening. About seventy-fiv- e skaters were on the floor, the costumes represent ing a witch, an Indian maid, a Gyp sy Queen, an old colored man, He cowgirls, tramps, brew peddlers, clowns and indeed almost every conceivable idea. The first prize was awarded to Miss Carrie Lee Warner, who as the Indian maiden had one oj. tlis ILic. make ups ever seen here. The impersonation of an old Southern darkey was splendidly done by Mr. Prewitt Browne, who was given the second prize. " Mr. Glenn Browning, s a clown, was the winner of the third prize. EDUCATIONAL LIFE OF ALEX Will Be He'd in Louisville on June SKOVGAAR D Famous Danish Violinst is to Appear Here Soon D. A. R's. Alex Skovgaard, the famous Danish violinist, is to appear soon in tliis city. Skovgaard was bcrn in Copenhagen on May 20, 1875. In happens, this instance, as so often "coming events ?ast their shadows before." As Cjy some curious Under Auspices 25-2- 7. Large Attendance is Ex- pected. I ir of the ch",ld from the very first to 3T showed how the drift of his nature turned. Tl.ay tell of him that when be was only three years old the only toys which seemed to interest him were tiny jwpoden violins. Before he was five, happening to lay hands upon some discarded violin strings, he extemporized an instrument from these and an. old cigar box. But the stick which had to do duty for a bow was inadequate and his incessant cry was for a real (bow. AVuen his nurse bought him one at the modest outlay of twenty-seve- n cents he was a musician, and soon was able to play many' tunes on 'this primitive apparatus, to this own great delight and the wondering ad - The Kentucky Educational Association is the organized leader in matters educational in the state, and its plain duty is to make a supreme effort to improve the content, the organization and the administration of the public schools. If the organized teachers of the state do not take and maintain an intelligent and patriotic lead in these matters which their life work, have they any cause to complain if others assume their abdicated leadership. One part of our school system cannot suffer without all parts suffer. It is the HAS MOVED duty of every man and woman engaged in school work of every grade any kind to put his shoulder to the NEW BUILDING wheel and assist in lifting the schools out of the rut of indifference Nero fiddled while Rome burned; let no school men bicker while the chil- Mr. J. T. Luman is Now Ready For dren of the state suffer. It is the Business in Handsome Modern duty of every teacher to attend the Building. annual meeting of this Association and to lend his hand and heart to 'Mr. J. T. Luman has moved to his The the great work it is doing. next meeting will be held in Louis- handsome new building on North Main street, and is now ready for ville June 25-2bnsiuess. Jeff the Litest styles of high-grad- e WINCTTCSTF3,'8 IDEA HUSTLE cm-bra- 10 printing of his bill provining that Miss Mabel Bobbins, County School suits for damages against railroads Superintendent of Bourbon, is may be irought in any county which a plaintiff resides, if he resid Doing Excellent Work. es in a county in which the railroad nius, inrtoduced by him on January Paris, Ky., Feb. 15. The follow 18 and just returned from the prining excellent program, which ha ter AVednesday, had been deliberately been arranged by .the County Sehool suppressed and delayed. He asked Superintendent, Miss Mabel Rabbins, that the hill be give preference and for the Bourbon County Teacher advanced to its second reading, Association on Saturday, February which was done. 17, is of special importance and in "I charge," said Senator Thomas, terest to the teachers, patrons, and "that the lobby here in the interest Mr. George E. Tomlinson Acted as puipls of the rural schools. of the railroads prevented the speedy Tcastmaster, And Several SplendMorning session. printing of this bill which 10:15 Devotional, Exercises id Addresses Were Made. 73 of the Civil Code and perSupt. George W. Chapman, Palis. mits a person whose property has .Welcome 10:25 Address of The banquet given by the AA'oman's been injured in transit to sue the Prof. 15. M. Roberts, Bounbon county Wesley Adult Bible Class, of the railroad company in hi.s home 10:35 Response Prof. C. II. Methodist church to the men of the county." Dietrich, Winchester. hurch at the Fraternity Building No Charge Against Printers. 10:45 Address "Agriculture in Wednesday evening was one of the The charges were not made prettiest and most enjoyable ever Schools." Prof. T. R. Bryant, State against the public .printer or the jiven in the city. The tables were University. 11:30 Address Prof.. R. G. State Printer, for Senator Thomas- beautifully decorated and the menu ealizes the difficulties under which faultless. Stoll, Eastern Kentucky State NorThere were about 120 they are laboring to get all of the present. mal, Richmond. 12 :0ff "Address "'The Relation Senate and Honse hills printed 011 George E. Tomlinson, Superin of Home to School" Supt. R. D. time. President (McDemott and sev- tendent of the Sunday School, was eral Senators asked Senator Thom- toastmaster, and a good one he was. Squires, Carlisle. as if he desired an investigation. Adjournment for noon. Speeches were made by Dr. J. L He replied that he did not, but had Clatflr, President of Kentucky 1 30 Address "Teaching Eng lish in Rural Schools" Dr. A. S.: the bill taken, from the calendar and College; Prof. AA. S. Ander referred to its proper committee. MeKenzie, State University. son, Kev. leomdas ttooinson, lit. will be two sessions a day Chas. Bulla, and Rev. O. J. Chandler. 2:G0 A'drcs Hvs. Jv.Ju Little, Louisville. of tl.j House and Senate after this, All of the talks were highly enjoyed.. 2 30 (Address "Consolidation of week. Both branches passed reso The feature of the occasion wa? Rural Schools" Hon. T. W. Vinson, lutions to that effect AVednesday. the adress of Dr. Bulla, who held the Frankfort. When the afternoon session of the attention of the audience from start 3:00 Address Dean Anna J. Sena'o convened Senator Ryan to finish and many said it was tho Hamilton, State University. state 1 that the potion on land joui greatest treat in this line they had 330 Address "The fllisMon of the State Fair grounds, litia uy tht ever had. the Public School" Col. C. M.'Bcst, State Fair Company, would expire A rising vote of thanks was given Millert-burThui .day and could not be renewed the ladies who gave the banquet and unlets tho owners were assured by made such a success of it. pass'ng House Bill 53 that the state TOBACCO MARKET would buy the land. Tho (bill ap MARKETS propriates $16,000 to- buy the land HOLDING UP WEIL and :i part of it wil be deeded to Cincinnati, Feb. 14. Cattle the National Government for a fish The Planters' Loose, Leaf House h'aV'jcry. Tho rilj pasesd unani Slow and easy at Tuesday's prices: shippers $5.506.75, choice to exsold about 175,00 lbs., Thursday mously. of a very common grades. Bidding Senator Pritchard, chairman of tra $6.857; butcher steers $6.10 was active and a largo crowd was the Congressional Restricting $6.50, good to choice $5.256, compreseiitl Green and frozen sold at Con.ittcc, reported favorably tho bill mon to fair $4.255; heifers, extra prices ranging from .$2.20 to $4.80 agreed on by the joint comittee $5.506, good to choice $4.50 per hundred. Tuesday. The bill was made a spec- - $5.35, common to fair $34.25; The market for red tobacco was :il order for Tuesday at 11 o'clock. cows, extra $4.505, good to choice much stronger than it has been at The Senate refused .to make Sen $44.50, common to fair $1.75 any previous market this year. ate Bill 148 appropriating $10,000 f3.75, canners $1.502.75; Several crops of common, mean for the Secretary of State a special to slow; bolognas $45, .exgrades from Montgomery county ordsr for (Friday at 11 o'clock. tra $5.105.25; fat bulls $4.7.1 sold at an average of from $6.17 to $5.25; milch cows slow. Senator Salmon called from the Calves Opened steady, closing per hundred. $12.50 Cammittee on Annronriations Senate l Several red crops sold at prices Bill No. GO, increasing the annual easy; extra $8.508.o; fair to good $6.508.50, common and large ranging from $8 to $11 per hundred. impropriation for the Kentucky AVaracr ft 11 cf Mcr.tjon:c:yJ Home Society for colored children $47.75. ecunty, sold a crop of red tobacco Hogs 'Market quiet; packers and from $5,000 to $10,000, and put it butchers 10c lower; light shippers price, part of which was of at a fair The bill passed; on its passage. and pigs 1015c lower; selected fair color at $12.50 per hundred. ayes 27, nays 4. heavy shippers $G.356.40; mixed & Sanders, a crop of Dr. Duerson Mammoth Cave BiH Passes packers $6.20G.25, stags $35; crcp of common grade, daik tobacSenate Bill No. 201, ceding juris- common to choice heavy fat sows co at an average of $0.17 per hundiction to the L'nited States of cer- $4.255.75; extra $5.85, light shipdred. Edmonson county upon pers & Bowen, a crop of dark tain lands in $5.350.10; pigs (110 lbs. and Ilainline tlw establishments of the Mammoth less.) $4.255.10. tobacco at an average of $7.83 per Cave National Park was passed 31 Sheep Steady; extra $3.653.7.1 hundred. to 0. good to choice $3.253.80; common A few baskets of old tobacco sold Protests against the Xewcomb Au- to fair $1.253. yearlings $4.25 at from $25 to $41 per hundred. tomobile 'Bill and against a bill pro- $5.25. There were only a few' rejections.$6.60 Lambs Steady; extra Next sale will be held next Mon- viding for a heavy tax.cu vendors of 111 - Under the auspices of the Ken tucky Sunday School Association, a AA. O. $5 to soup house aud Winter School of Methods will be $5 to Associated Charities. held in Louisville, beginning Febru A friend, $1. ary 25, and continuing through A friend, $1. March 1. This is intended for all A friend, 50 cents. ministers, superintendents, officers A friend, 50 cents. and teachers in Sunday Schools, The soup, house will be. open Friand for all who are interested in day aud Saturday, and all necessary learning the practical methods and articles have been contributed. educational plans that are being used in religious instruction today. A very choice faculty has been seBANQUET IS VERY cured. Prof. .J. W. McGothlin, D. D., of the Southern Baptist Theologwere. AA persons were served at the soup htuse Wednesday. Contributions School Asseciaticn. amends-sectio- n - ical Seminary, will be the Dean. Prof. Robinson, of the Baptist Sem inary, will deliver the lectures on Bible study. Prof. Henry Cope, of Chicago, the adult department; Mrs. Hut son, of St. Louis, the secondary livision; Mrs. Phoebe Curtis, of Columbus, 0., 'Miss Margaret Gra-hoof AA'e-Virginin, and Miss Nannie Lee Frayerf the elementary department. Dr. Franklin McEl-fres- h, of Chicago, the teacher train- ing; Rev. Geo. Trail, of New York City, missions; Prof. R. H. Cross- field, of Lexington; Rev. Geo. A. Jop- in, Mr. Walter Frazee and Mr. Lew is Ensminger. of Louisville, will also ;ive instniction in organization, temperance grading, and school management. In connection with the school, Rer. Rufiis Weaver, of Nashville, will lec- ure each night. For full information write to the Kentucky Sunday School Associa tion, Trust Building, Louisville, Ky. Wes-.'eya- n TI-."r- e TOO LATE TO CLASSfY THE LYRIC Auld Lang Syne. (Biograph.) A Woman Scorned. Don't mis this. Shows begin at 8 and 9 o'clock. School children Saturday matinee 5 cents. FRESH s. FIS- H- at J. W. Hollar, and Saturday. Both Friday phones. NOTICE (Patterson & iFinnell Spec ials in ad on Page Two. 100 boys to join the "Boys' Corn Club" of Clark countv. The seed corn will be fur nished free by the Commissioner of Agriculture, and will be distributed from my office. The teachWANTED bull.-stca- dy ers throughout the country are requested to take this matter up with their respective schools either in person of by mail. Any boy between 6 aud 18 years of age is eligible to enter this contest, and will be required to cultivate one- -, half or an acre of land. All those that desire to enter this contest will notify me at once in order that I may report to the Commissioner of Agriculture. J. E. Lanter, Superintendent Clark County Schools. GOLD FISH Special sale at Bean's News Stand Friday and Saturday! See add on Page three. medicines from wagons were filed. $6.75, good to choice $66.G0, comday. All were referred to the Committee mon to fair $4.256.90. TRINITY MISSION on Proposition and' 'Grievances. COLONEL W. P. WALTON Mr. Graham Johns wilj conduct Protests were made against premit-tin- g Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 15. Goverthe Sunday school ' at .Trinity Miscirculation of postal cards the nor McCreary Wednesday commission on Sunday, Febraury 18, at 3 injuring the name of the state. sioned W. P. Walton, of Louisville, a o'clock. Scho-beriRepresentative Harry A. of Woodford, set fire to tho Colonel on his staff. AULD LANG SYNE b, FOR SALE Two-stor- y frasae houe of six rooms, comparatively new. with nine acres of land in sub- urbs of Winchester, at a very reasonable price, $5,000. cottage, stable. Both comparatively new, lot 50x150; 19 foot ceiling, plastered, suburbs, Only $700. Several nice cottages for rest. FOR SALE Four Jersey cows, all giving milk now. 2rlo-- lt J. M. WHEMiER. 7. "Auld Lang Syne" is the picture papers on his desk by laying a ci; NOTARY PUBLIC being shown at the Lyric Theatre, ar awa Ujem. The House applaud- iMr. J. Smith Hays, Jr., qualified notary public in the County It is one of the finest '.ever seen - ed 5iViieieat the fire out withoi: J here, and should.be well patronized. Court. Jiam asa 1 v u v V i THE WWCHEiTER HEWS. I ' -3 i A TWO BEST SALESMEN IN WINCHESTER Watcli QuP' Nev; Windowls - A Window of Williams' Scion Shoes for men. $4.66 grades $3:56 grades $3.96 grades $3.58 FOR ALL MEN AND WOMEN I will give you free a sample cf Dr. Pierce's Flcant Pellets, tht have firoughr health, end happiness to thousands also a book on any c.v.::c disease y"c; need. , The story of my free offer to ycu is quickly told. During my many years of practice I have used numerous combinations of curative medicines for liver ills. I have kept records of results in case after case, so that my staff of physicians and surgeons, at the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., are able to diagnose and treat case3 at a distance with uniform good results. 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Pierce made a pure glyceric ertrrct which has been favorably known for over forrjr" years. He celled it "GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY." This "Discovery" puriucs the bleed and tones up the stcaach and the estirv system in Nature's own wcy. It's juct the tissue builder end tcaic you require. adrika Patterson 2 WE MAKE THE PRICE. Factory to Cousumer. CTIinWAl 6 TO Fintiell iHMB INJURE CHILDREN Rice & Hutchins Men's Work Shoes. mild but positive action upon organs wit'h which they come in It-- THE WINCHESTER i. Office, 109-111 NEWS South Main Street, B" I- Winchester, Daily, Except Kentucky. Sunday. s - I "Entered as second-clas- matter, s fa i a November 28, 1908, at the postoffiee k Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of Mercb 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: s. 5 By Hall. Daily, one year Six Months One Month $3.00 1.50 .25 8i ' Payable in Advance. MORE DOINGS AT FRANKFORT The Legislature is now tackling redisricting problems and jnt what will be done along these lines is ivhat is worrying many of the politicians of the state. Phe puipose to relieve the "Eleventh Congressional District 'by taking some half dozen counties from the eastern end of that distinct and placing them in the Tenth will likely prevail. Some four or five uf the Tenth District counties will be placed in the Xinth, and from three to five of them will be placed in the Seventh or Ashland District. The latest plan places Clark, Montgomery, Powell and Estill in the Seventh and Menifee, Wolfe, Morgan and Elliott in the Ninth. This plan does not meet universal approval- - Montgomery wants to go to the Ninth, but the other counties of the Ninth seem to object. Wolfe wants to go with Clark and Powell, but the Ninth District people are The Eighth freezing on to Wolfe. District is willing to take Clark, but doesn't want our neighbors. The common sense of the situation in the would place Montogomery Ninth and Wolfe, Towell, Estill and Lee with Clark in the Seventh District and that is what the people Of here would like to see done. couse, if these counties go in the Seventh, their Democrats would like to have a vote in the Cantrill primary. - situation. The Senate passed a bill providing for the Governor to appoint a Prison Commission, consisting of two Democrats and two Republicans, wliilc the House has passed a bill authorizing the Governor to appoint three Commissioners without defining their political qualifications. The sentiment at Frankfort seems to favor the House plan. Governor (MeCreary recommended the tisan plan in his message, but the Democrats of the House seem to have been stung with the old Jack-sonia- n doctrine that "to the victors belong to spoils." This is a step backward that the progressives in both parlies hate to see. Eli Brown, Harvey McCutehcon and Finley Fogg,' the old board, are watching these proceedings and wrangles with as much enjoyment, as men can usually find at their own bi-p- ar the con- i 8 Pills And Harsh lative tonic upon the relaxed musCause Distressing cular coat of the bowel, thus overComplaints. coming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more vigorous You cannot be in the ; and healthy activity. selection of medicine for children. I iRexall Orderlies not only relieve Only the .very gentlest bowel mediconstipation, but help to remove the Insure in cine should ever be given. Ordinary cause of this ailment. They also pills, cathartics, and purgatives aic STROTHER'S too apt to do more harm than good. repieiij:ly overcome the necessity They sometimes cause griping, nau- of constantly taking laxatives to OLD keep the bowels in normal condition. sea. and distressing after-effect- s, really, in our opinion, no There is and may actually injure the health, FIRE INSURANCE AMD similar medicine so good as Rexall annoythus establishing REAL ESTATE AGENCY Orderlies for the puipose to which ance. Mfflca Fraternity Bid.. Phona 185 it is directed, especially for, children, We personally recommend and They aged and delicate persons. guarantee Rexall Orderlies as a safe are prepared in tablet form in two and dependable remedy for constisizes of packages? 12 tablets, 10c. pation and associate bowel disor- 3(1 tablets, 2."c., and 80 tablets, 30c. ders. We have such faith in the Remember, you can obtain Rexall virtues of this remedy thal .wc sail" it funerals. "KCT.Z. THAN WZT" Remedies in this community only at Campbell Cantrill continues to on our guarantee of money back in our store The Rexall Store. Philhave his own way in the Seventh every instance where it "fail to ghe lips Drug Store, 5(i South Main st. J. M. STEVENSON !' entire satisfaction, and we urge all. the Stato Committee Attorney-atLaDemocratic party stood by him in his in need of such meilicine to tiy it at FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! our risk. 60 S. Main St. Winchester. Ky. snap primary scheme by a vote of 8 Rexall Oiderlies are eaten ju-.- t Will pay you the Highest Cash to 4. To a disinterested onlooker it appears that Cantrill would have like candy, are particularly prompt Prices for your Furs.. E. E. LOOM IS J. W. HISEL displayed political wisdom and acu- and agreeable in action, may he takBridge Junk Shop. en at any time, day or night; do not Auctioneer men by asking that the call for th: No. 23 North Mapie sL primary to be revoked and consent- cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping McEldowney Building, East Tennessee Phone 215, Home ing to have it after the Legislature excessive looseness, or other undeWinchester, Ky. sirable effects. They have a Phone 596. over-careful nt Cathartics And Physics May tact, aparontly acting :is a regu- Dr. Pierce savsi " Givcerinc nlavs an important part in Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in the cure of indigestion, V dyspepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour risings, heartburn, foul breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach, biliousness and kindred derangements of the stomach, iiver end bowels. In ccuehs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and lang aitections, except con- sumption, the "Golden Medical Discovery" is a most cmcient remedy, especially in tnose caused by irritation ana congestion or r.ne Droncniai mucous mem- obstinate :, hrnnp!!. hp " I Jisrnverv is nor so pcati xor .luuic tuuiis ansiim noui suuuui iuiuj, uui mnar it- h? tn rurr. r onsumntion in its advanced ctasec no medicine will do that but for all the obstinate, chronic coughs, which, if neglected, or badly treated, lead up to consumption, it is the best medicine that can be taken." Sold by all principal dealers in medicines. To 2nd out more about the above mentioned diseases and all about tne body m health and disease, set the Common Sense Medical Adviser the People's Schoolmaster in Medicine a Non .j uuuur r ii i i nnm5 wnirn rrenrs fir (iist:ascLi ojnu nuns uiiu. uic ui K"B iviicu aim on receipt of 31 sent post-pai- d practical, successful treatment thereof. Cloth-boun- d one-cestrips to pay cost of mailing only. Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. v)VJ2l!' jXTAO hanw-on-couo-- Dr- - - c3 1 RELIABLE ANNOUNCEMEN I EXTRA ORDINARY life-lasti- To Our Friends and the 'General Public : It is with pleasure that we announce that we have taken up the agency for the VULCAN CHILLED PLOW Dis-tric- w We have them in all st vies, wood or steel beaM RIGHT OR LEFT HAND. adjourns. veiy ll-18-4- i. a tJ Woodrow Wilson seems to have PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Attorneys-at-Law captivated Frankfort and the Democratic politicians assembled there by his two deliglitful speeches last week He is the Democratic favorite at Frankfort, and the constant knocking at the behest of Col. Watterson is not hurting the Courier-Journal's When you want any representative article see ms RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. Grubbs & Benton Gor. Main and Broadway Winchester, Ky. Wilson boom in Kentucky. Senator Bradley is in Kentucky this week organizing the state for Taft, and at the meeting of the Republican State Committee in Louisville Wednesday a resolution was endorsing forced through Taft. There will be something" doing in both parties in Old Kentucky before the Presidential nominations are made. The whispers and rumors will not down at (Frankfort that before this month is out an announcement will be made as to who will be the first lady of the state, and who will occupy the new mansion with Governor MeCreary. Some think she will be near-Clar- k county woman. At Nobody seems to want Montgom- a anj rate it seems certain that conery. We wonder if it is because gratulations for the Governor will Were are too many politicians and soon be in order. The new mansion too many available candidates in will cost $75,000, and the bill prothat little county that is so prolific viding for it is the only one tVjt of candidates and statesmen. has become a law. A bill has been introduced to take Powell put of this Circuit Court Disof Miss Mary Dan Hai'beson, trict and bring in Estill. This is Flemingsburg, who charmed our peonot likely to be done. It is under- ple when she sang here with Mr. stood that Judge Young doesn't want Wright in his revival service, is at Powell and that Judge Benton is opFrankfort now with him in a meetposed to parting with Powell, and ing and is just as popular there as that he is not hankering for Estill she was heie. v with its 330 to 400 Republican ma- Auld Lang Syne Thursday Afternoon and Night FEBRUARY 15th .uwrro .r.COF' m. r mm '.TIME! i Clark County National BANk SUMMER IS NOT HERE YET against possible colds during these cold days by wearing one of our top coats or rain proof garments. They are the finest garments obtainable at the price. BS III AGE TRY ONE AND YOU WITH Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Tradtrs Solicited - It will be best to guard LYRIC. THEATRE DOIM'X Coi!tlMf M2ds on All Faints. MISS IT THIS TIME Cepltal and Surplus w $350,000.00 OxyrAcetyline Welding, Of Automobile Parts. I have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit. other parts of Automobiles, Rosa ruse 7. , 0fnMHcun j'J2 DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. Fifth Floor .McDdowaey Bafldlnf Specially Adapted to bile Parts such as cylinders,'-- , crank Oxy-Acetyli- ne WINCHESTER. KY. VVfeldingr' Automocases and all jority. Have yonr, friends meet yon at These changes in the Judicial Dis- our place. Vermilion & Long. 15-trict, have been suggested, not because they are desired by this secCHANGE IN LOCATION The firm .of Royse & Boone lias tion of the state, but to serve certain interests in the eastern part of the moved from Broadway to tlft Oliver state. stand on a3En street formerly pceu'-pie- d The Prison Bill presents n p.r.iiliar by Powell & niighes. 2t We weld all metals with the .and they are as strong .or stronger than. neW. guaranteed. Farm Machinery, Gas Engines, Etc. Milling" Machinery, Torch All work, ' gg FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Cash Will pay you the Highest CHAS. HAGANrji4MfM!4 Reaair Werks, Corner Broadway . Piiecs for yonr Pars. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 KortbCTapIe st. Rupard-Stewa- rt .Co. FOR X mi Highland East Tennessee Phdnei 215, ehone .596. w1k,ll-lS-4m- o. Home sine tihiiii r'ii'ilWifi THE NEWS. , 1 . .JvmST V feL- - 1 'Sr " j A ,1 ' . - - ... i - i . - - fay Tlm. v ft f i 1 151 r JEWEIEI Buys a Good First-Clas- s it All run down, easily non-alcohol- ic Every Day Watch I--l ARTIS & CO s4 "4 do thin, pale, nervous? know what to take? Then go direct to your doctor. Ask hfe opMon of Ayes Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimab- tion. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterativer J.C AilfOl. iQ digestion. Let your doctor decide. THE SOUND SLEEP two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills cured me. Foley Kidney Pills Tiav my heartiest endorsement." For Sale by All Druggists. Yoiar Ooctor not Ask t;"d, And 5i CALL RAUrM IX AND SEE rncuH I r, OF GOOD HEALTH j j s 0 C IETY i OMR NEW LINE Surprise Dinner ' (Mr. and dlr. Ifobert Harris were pivea a surprise diuncr on Tuesday at tiieir home ou Jacksoa street, in liimor of lr. Harris' biitlulay. Tliose making up the surprise party were: 'Mr. and Mrs. John Invrcnce, Mr. and Mrs. James llciisley and dir. and Mrs. B. A. Og-"dc- n. afternoon, in her honor, and Miss (Mary Belle Field Miller gave an active-affair on Thursday. attr" ' -- BE- (Mrs. Ella Wt Kounsavall Browii-l'roelor- ia is to en- Is not for those suffering from kidney ailments and irregularities. The FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! prompt use of Foley Kidney Pills will dispel backache and rheuma Will pay yon the HigHeat Cak j tism, heal and strengthen sore, weak i Prices for your Purs. and ailing kidneys, restore normal J. W. fflSEL action, and with it health and Bridge Junk Shop, strength. Mrs. M. F. Spalsbury. No. 23 North Mala st. Sterling, III, says: "I suffered great East Tennessee Phone 1 215,Hosw pain in my back and kidneys, could i Phone 50G. not sleep at night, and could not raise my hands over my head. But SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NMt ':f. ! tertain with a dinner party at the in the evening, and following this Mrs. Henry II. Phillips will be ho hostess of a party at the Lvric. Rainey Gragg. Mrs. Harris, who is a s.itcr of The marriage of Miss Gertrude in ill health Mrs. Ogden, has been to Mr. John B. Rainey was for a long time 'being totally blind. of solemnized at the home of Eld. J. W. The occasion Tuesday was one great cheer and pleasure, the guests Handing on Wednesday. Both are having prepared delicious chicken residents of this county, and have and all accessories and several de- many friends who extend congratulations and best wishes. lightful deserts. Gz-ag- g Only 15 Days More THESE UK THE VERY LATEST J 1 Clark County Couple Wed Mr. Walter Handy, aged 21, a farmer, son of !Mr. Jaines Handy, of this county, and Miss Florence Jones, aged l.l, daughter of Mr. Will Jones, of this county, obtained a license in this city and were married Wednesday. - For Mrs. Willis Mrs. S. W. Willis lias returned from a pleasant visit in Paris. During her visit, she. was the recipient of several charming complimentary cii'tertainmeuts; given in honor of her birthday. Quisenberry (Miss jPolly Mae Quisenberry was married on Wednesday to Mr. William A. Jones at the home of her mother. Mrs. Lizzie Quisenberry on the Red River pike, Rev. II. C. Wright officiating. The gioora is 21 years of age, and the bride is 18. They are a strik- - Jones For Mrs. McGrath . 3Ls. McGrath, of Shelbyvillc, who ifc the attractive guct of Mies Sue Buckner, is being the recipient of a number cf pretty complimentary social affairs. vMrs. Carrie Buckner entertained with a charming tea on Wednesday 1 ARTIS & CO. eonple. ' few ' SPRING GOODS We have received our SPRING LINE OF GOODS ingly handsome young Mr. Jones is very many friends, and is worthy of the lovely ago headed, Land On the next popular with he had in every way tihii'ty-Uv- e applicants in regard to it, At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, bride he hiu; and has had more than 20 since. (S miles from Winchester, on good won. It pays to advertise. pike and in neighborhood of very Congratulations are extended. best graded schools, a most desiraGOLD FISH ble business property, consisting of Mrs. Frank Gordon and Miss Tandy Quisenberry are in Now York storeroom, stock' of goods, 2 nice I will sell at Bean's News Stand buying spring goods for tho ready-to-wedwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 larg3 on Friday and Saturday only, asdepartment of Artis & Co. gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. sortments of Gold Fish containing Will sell at a bargain if taken at Ono 1--2 .gallon globe. String Bund concert at Vermilion once. See G. M. Glenn on the premTwo Gold Fish. & Long's every Saturday afternoon. ises. One Sjox fish food. Come. All invited. ar In which to take advantage of the big bargains we are offering during our Bankrupt Sale. WE INSPECTION. We must close out our stock in the next 15 days consisting of Men's and Boys9 Suits, Overcoats, Raincoals, Odd Pants, Shirts, Underwear, Sweater!, Neckties, Men's, Ladies and Children's Shoes, We have extra Specials oh our Bargain Counter every day aaBaHiHHaaHaaHaBBaaaaaPMMH and you cannot afford to miss days '"Corn For Sale or Rent? them. For Rent." day FANCIES AND STYLES. INVITE YOUR EARLY 1 I STORE FIXTURES We must dispose of our store fixtures right away and we are offering them at half price. All goods marked in plain figures iQ red ink". One Price Xo All fOiw IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE One One arquia plant. lot sea pebbles. instruction sheet. v TODD BROS., P. H. DAVIS H. Friedman, Mgr. Homo phone 472. . Consisting of Suits, One-Pie- ce , Mr. J. H. Croxton, of the count-inserted ft small ad. in Tho News a ... Winchester, Ivy. Jones Bl'dg, W. Main St. DALLAS G. LAWRENCE. A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET Dressjes, Waists, Etc. iak. l-aV- . jLi COME IN AND HAVE A LOOK There any more ladies with small feet in the town and county? We stiU have fine bargains in $3.00 SHOES for Wet and chilled feet usually affee: the mucous membrane of tho nose, thlroait (and lungs, and la grippe, bronchitis or pneumonia may result. Watch carefully, particularly the children, and for the radkinjf stubborn coughs give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It soothes the inflamed membranes, and .heals the coughs quickly. Mrs. A. A. Swagel, Ivroh, Wis., says: "It always give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to my children. It cures fheir coughs and colds and they like to take it." For Sale bj1 All Druggists. TOM COWAN BACK. Stops Falling Hair and Danderine Destroys Dandruff Cent Bottle ancTTry This Surel- - trj" Makes the Hair Grow Long, Heavy and Luxuriant and We Can Quickly Prove It If You Wish to Double the Beauty of Your Hair at Once, Just Get a 25 a Danderinc Hair Cleanse if joh wish Iieauty of your hair uith little trouble and at a cost not worth mentior.inpt just moisten a cloth with a little Daiulcr-nand draw it carefully through your liair, taking one small strand at a tim;, thii wilt clean c the lair of dust, dirt or any excessive oil In a few laorr.cnts you will be arcaid. Vour liair wiil Ic avy, tulfy and abundant and postcss an ir.c nirarabte softness, lustre and hrxuriir.ee, the beauty ii:d shimmer o! true hair hmitli. Besides beautifjinj the lsir, one ai'licaticn of Dandcrine dissolves every jartidc of J)andru:T; cleanse, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling kiir. Danderinc Is to the lair what fresh 'bowers of rain and sunshine are to vctfrtatrHi. It pies rlfht to the roots, Invigorates snd strengthens them, it's exhilarating, stimulating and properties cailse the lair to grow abundantly long, strrng and beautiful, it at once im;strts a sparki:r! and velvety softnets to tlx lsir, ami a few weeks use will cause new lair to sprout ail over Jtbe scalp. Use it evert day f ir s, short time, after sufficient vCwhitk.tiTO or three times a week w";i to imnicdiatcly double the is WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOMB, Inc. si A fj r aaaT aar' aa PAIR Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is back at his stand' in th'e tMcEldowney Building and is now ready to serve his old friends and customers where yon will always get prompt, and first . class sen-ice- Manager. ALL SAMPLE PAIRS Eat, drink and be merry at and Long. 5 Elks Building Both Phones 364. WINCHESTER, KT. PUBUC AUCTION 61 Main Street MA S Sl E - Be sure and attend tho auction sale"' efihousehold "goods to be held, atjyjjesidence on Winn avenue 17 at 2 p; m. "ELI C0RXSJTT Jr. of tt, iCygu wul juyaiRRcerit-faittlmm;,on s.JJsni!erir.c troiianKifK stor can streh fuv'e" pret&tj'. e or t.iUit loir, ot ' If ' i' "T ' '- ". . ?ffe , THEIIICHESTEH HEWS- - . . - - - 1 , FIRST LA 8HIPPE, CUSSfEDCOUW fc a wtN far CLASH FI El THE OLD FIRM HAS CHANGED Feld, Proprietors of the " Star Store." We are giving a SPECIAL SALE for two reasons: First, we want everybody to get acquainted with the new firm and our new methods of business. Second, and principally, the new firm do not want to, and are not going to carry over stock from one season to another. So here and continuing until March 1st, we are offering ALL of our it goes, beginning present stock, at prices which will pay you to invest cash even if you have to lay the goods away for next season. Read a FEW of our offerings and judge for yourself. THEN BRONCHITIS. Such was the case with ilrs. W. S. Bailey, JlcCreary, Ky. 'lly wife was taken 'down with a severe attack of la grippe, which ran into bronchitis. She coughed as tho'- she and could not sleep , had consumption at night" The Doctor's medicine gave her no relief and I was advised to try Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The first bottle gave her so much relief that she continued using it and three bottles effected a permanent cure." Mr. W. S. Bailey says he is prepared to answer all inquiries promptly. For sale by All Druggists. - ADVEOTlSUMrrS a flftraa ife a wars' far Kc. a wtrtf mtHm. 10c It is now Judah & fir a wartf Mr Scatter hmrHwn, ft par' MtertlM. Nathtif taMrM Mitt, NttMftf alarm far lata thaa B awts. TRACY AND hrlaiia STOKEY TO-DA- Y A BARGAIN. Very Best Comfort on the market, former price $3.50, now 7jC Boy's and Misses Union Suits 25c grade' 15c Child's Bear Skin Coats $2.50 grade $1.50 Ladies' Velvet and Cordurov Tailor Made Suits, worth $20.00 for. $7.50 Ladies' Cloth Coats in Blacks and Colors, worth up to $15 for $5.00 h Ladies' Silk Velvet Cloaks worth up to $20 for $8.00 Ladies' Caracal Cloaks $6 75 worth $15 for Big line of ready made'Skirts at y former price. Eztra large size Comforts, were $1.50 75c now One lot Comforts, former price $2.50 now $1.25 Boy's and Children's Overcoats former price $3.50 now $1.50 54-inc52-in- 1 r $1.75 To illustrate 40 per cent off on a $3.00 Shoe will make it cost you only $1.80 A $2.00 Shoe and so on. lie Cotton Bats 12je Flaunelette 7jC Canton Flannel and Misses' Ribbed Hose, ioc Boy's 12e ll'ie Outing-Flanne- l 7C Boy's Knee Suits and Knee Pants at lz their former price. The best $2.00 Men's Corduroy Pant Our former $3.06 Men's Corduroy Pants for. $1.50 The Best to be had, Men's Corduroy, former price $4.00 now ...$2.25 Men and. Boy's Gloves at half their former price. One lot of Meu's all wool pants, heavy weight, formerly sold at $2.50 for.... $1.00 quality Ladies' Ribbed Underwear 22c qual- 6C 35c 35c 35c SPECIAL ATTENTION Having formerly handled Men's ready made clothing, we wish to discontinue the Hue. It would be useless for us to specify prices, we will only say this If you need a suit come and be fitted and make your own price. Please remember that during this sale NO GOODS WILL BE CHARGED. Any purchase not satisfactory, if returned the same day, we will refund the money, cheerfully, without question. HOSPITAL MEETING All interested in Hospital movement are requested to meet at the lecture room of the Methodist church Thursday, evening at h'alf past seven o'clock. This is a general meeting for all parties who are working fcf this good cause. A nevy important proposition is to be brought up and a large attendance is urged. If sold at once; house of 4 rooms; lot 30x130; cistern gas, outbnildiugs, rents at $10 per month; here is a chance to net 10 per cent on your investment. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES ROOMS FOR RENT Apply at 13C College street, or call Home phone ity llyic 341. FOR SALE A folding Apply to 13( College Home phone 341. bed, Ladies' White Sweaters, 76c qual- ity ne. or Men's 50c and 75c Sweaters Men's Heavy Fleece Underwear 50c street, . quality Boy's Heavy Fleece Underwear 35c grade 35c New Jersey Top shirts, 50c grade Boy s Jersey Top Shirts 50c grade 25c 15c Boy's 25c and 50c Caps 17c We are also offering during this sale a discount of 40 per cent on all our heavy weight Men's Women's and Children's Shoes. at. ....$1.00 1CS7 A Citizens Bank check book between Citizens Bank building and Matlack's Warehouse on Winn avenue. W. 0. Brock. FOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas and cistern. Home phone 6G or apply at No. 11C North Highland. -tf NOTE During the Sale we will be pleased to show you through our new line Of spring goods 'which is coming in daily. It will be beneficial to you to learn our prices before making your spring purchases elsewhere. 1 ASHAMED OF HEtTME "I was ashamed of my face." writes JHss Plckard of North Carolina. "It was all full of pimples and scars, but D. after using D. say D. Prescription for Kczema I can that now there is no sign of that Kczema and that was years ago." three This Is but one of thousands of cases In which D. D. D. has simply washed away the skin trouble. D. D. D. cleanses the skin of the germs of Eczema. Psoriasis and other serirus' skin diseases: stops the itch instai.tly. and when used with D. D. D. soap the cures seen to be permanent. Nothing like D. D. D. for the complexion. Trial bottle 25 cents, enrugh to prove the merit of this wonderful remedy. T"e can also give you a fun size bottle for $1.00 on our absolute guar-"antthat if this very first bottle-fallto give you relief It will cost you nothee s FOR RENT 20 acres of first-clacorn land, near the city. Tennessee phone 1&4. ss Call THE STAR STORE No. T S. Main Street, Opposite Post-Offi- ce WANTED Young men wanting, a musical education at very little cost should join Modern Woodmen of America Band and Orchestra. For particulars apply Geo. H. JUDAH & FELD, WN IN THE SOUTH F 'Mackie, at Barnes' Grocery or Dr. E. R. Bush, president, Frater- n:tv Building. FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, t& best on the market; yards on We?t Broadway. Clark County Construction Company. 11-28- -tf ing. Public Sale OF For Sale By Strodes Drug Store. NOT 7 Stock and Farming Implements Having rented my farm I will offer Quickest Dandruff Cure, World Has Ever Kiown.i at public sale. Dr. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY at 10 o'clock, a. m., 21, 1912, F. Wilson Will Deliver an Address on the Subject at Southern Commercial Congress. D. C., Feb. 33. Dr. Nut will de- j. iii the If you want to get rid of dandruff 'shortest possible time get a on my place near Becknerville, on J. F. Wilson, editor of "The Winchester, the fo- Grower,'' of Waycross, Georgia, the Combs Ferry Pike, 8 miles-fro: llowing personal property preside over a section meeting One horse mule. mare mule. One One horse mule. One horse mule. gelding, by Dolan One Chief, combined, and broke to drive. gelding, by Dolan One Chief.. Extra nice and unbroke. One marc, by Pea Vine. ' Extra nice driver and foaled to 2 Oliver steel beam breaking plows. One Deering binder, good as new. One Avery combined drill, good as "new. One tougucless cutting harrow, i One Deering mower. smoothing harrow. . One One Bemis tobacco setter. One Kentucky shoe drill. One corn planter One steel iron roller. One galvanized tank. One. marker. One good wagon and bed. One hav frame, 2 tobacco frames. Two double-shovel- s. Two 'tobacco plows. Double and single trees. One Tiloycr rubber tire road wagon, good as new. Lot cf locust posts. Six cattle troughs. Lot of woven wire fence. th Washington, jack. cow, with calf' by her side. Extra good milker. 'One Jersey cow, tkor- oughbred, and giving milk. 34 750-lf- o. heifers. Extra fine. Corn fed since the middle of November. One .30 shoats. i75 nive Western ewes. Due to lamb J February 15. Will be sold in lots Mf 25. i6, nice brood sows. Due to farrow t March 1. One tljoroughbred Duroc boar. ? fFour New Departure walking cul- -t ?tivators. ' breaking ' Vulcan wooden bean 12o-tb. 2-- Some cron in crib. Lot of shredded fodder, 3 sets gear. Set of buggy harness, lard kettle. One iron boiler. Lot of Plymouth Kock pullets. Lot cf chicken coops. voted to "Nut Growing in the South'' as pari of the 'Southern Commercial Congress convention in Nashville, April 8 to 10. The speeches in this section will deal largely with pcean possibilities and inform the nation as to the great progress the South had made in this direction in the past few years. Eminent men are also expected to speak on the value Dr. of nuts as a food resource. Wilson has, since 1888, had remarkable success in specializing with the Kcan, which he regards as "the horticultural highest biauch of science." Un invitation oi 'senator Fletcher, president of the Southern Commercial Congress, he gladly consented to give widest possible publicity to his knowledge of this important subject. In 1901 he and others started the movement which materialized in the organization of the National Nut, Growers SAGE today bottle, of PARISIAN ' and use it. dandruff and Besides banishing making ' your scalp immaculately j clean, PARISIAN SAGE is guaran Iced to stop falling hair and itch ing scalp and impart life and beauty to the 'hair. One of Rochester's most prominent baibers writes:. Gentlemen: "I am a barber nffif-!ee- u years experience, liavc Usui many things for hair but never found anything equal lo PARISIAN SAGE T. D. for the lat three years." Smith, Chamber of Commerce BIdg.. N. Y. June 27. 1911. PARISIAN SAGE is sold by Pril-lip- s Drug Store and druggists every- cents. f where for TiO I with outbuildings and stock barn. About 70 acres of this land was in cultivation during the year 1911. This same land is to bo cultivated again, the renter liaving the privilege of putting it all in corn, or 60 acres in corn and 10 acres in tobacco, as he may elect, it being understood, however, that there is no tobacco barn upon this iract of land. The ' tented will have to furnish sr, HOW COLD AFFECTS THE KIDNEYS. Avoid taking cold if your kidneys Cold congests the are sensitive. kidneysthrows too much work upon them, and weakens their action. Serious kidney trouble and even may result. iJright's disease Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of the pain and soreness, build ithem 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 Ail Druggists. FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrels. Home phone 813--tf TO QUIT BUSINESS. Everyone knowning themselves indebted to us will plca.-- c call and settle, or be prepared to settle upon presentation of account, as we are going out of business in the next- - feir The above tract shall be rented by the parcel, and not by the aere, it being understood thai the statement of acreage is merely an estimate. The successful bidder shall execute to the undersigned Trustees note with approved security, payable to them, and due on Decpmber loth, 1912, bearing interest at the rate of fi per cent, per annum from maturity until paid. The Trustees, or anyone designated iby them, have the right in the Fall of 1912 to enter upon the leased premises to sow any field in small grain, and are to make any repairs they may deem necessary. days. Anyone having accounts against the firm will please present them and receive payment. POWELL & HUGHES. TRY HOLLAR'S SPECIAL COFFEE We handle the A Full FAMOUS INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA ORANGES. plows. Some Household Furniture, and other things too 'numerous i to mention, 'f TEMS $20.00 and under cash ; over that amount t liicgDtiable note, payable in 4 months without interest. I I' fc H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. E. R. ALLEN,Ky. Winchester, The Trustees do not agree to build any new fencing or do any, repairing of any kind,' and said Trustees are Notice is hereby given that the unnot to be held responsible for any dersigned, W. R. Sphar and Lee Evloss sustained by tenant occasioned ans, as Trustees of the estate ol A. by injuries to crops by stock or any II. Anderson, deceased, will on Sat other cause. urday, February 17th, 1912, at 2 All corn shall be cut and shocked o'clock p. m., rent at the Courthouse by'October loth, 1912, and the tendoor in Winchester, Ky., to the highest bidder for a term of eleven ant shall keep stock out of the stubble fields, and cut all weeds on leased months, beginniug March 1st, 1912. premises. and ending February 1st, 1913, a MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! The said Trustees are directed to certain farm belonging to the estate When in need of any meal don't of A. II. Anderson, deceased, as reduce to writing the contract of forget that we have the old fash'-io- n renting with tenant, and incorporate hereinafter described; . . water mill stones and do custom A certain tract of land situated all the terms and conditions herein grinding- - T. M. JJomigan, opposite near Kiddville in Clark county,. KenDavid Gay's Warehouse; on cornet Given. under,'ouf hands" as Trus-tee- s, tucky, known as the Donahoe' tract, o--ss Winn avenue. ' this 7th day of February, 1912. containing 170 acres of laud, on the W. R. SPHAR and FURS!! FURS! rURS'H east side of the Indian Fields and LEE EVANS, Will pay yon the Hlgfcest Cash Kiddville pike. It is understood that NOTICE OF LAND RENTING 4 Supply of All Kinds of Garden Setd JT. W. HOLLAR Home Phone 3T4 E. 1m. 106 The PricesTfor your Purs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Maple st East Tennessee Thone 2V5, Honu , Phone.596.,v ll-18-4- v Trustees. is also contains a part of what is s) . known as the T. J. Halley land, the same aggregating about 170 acres, String Band concert ..atVermi'Itjn and being the same tract occupied in every Saturday afternoon. the year 1911' by 'Milton Pace. II " Ccme. frame dwelling All invited. on it a two-stohas (Thurs-Mon-Thurry Don't buy a Car until you have investigated the Buick line. We have cars ranging in price from $850 to $180l) nothing quite as good at the, price, ask anyone who owns one. We carry in stock a full' line:oi, Tires and Tubes and all kincls of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us a trial. WINCHESTER GARAGE LLKMG.rraiKWttr. IulTt.I44 VS. 1 I.. i 'ft