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THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, ISI2. twenty-on- e I WEATHER Cloudy and Unsettled Weather Friday night and Saturday. Temperature above Freezing. 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK i The bill pa-e- d Thiir-da- y places the "roads of the State under a CommisWocdford County Repdesentative in sioner of Roads who will be appoincd The Legislature Wiil Make the Miss Rose'Templeman Thrusis Hand by Govemcr iMcCreary, but when tCie next vacancy occurs the Board Race Against Campbell Cantrill. Through Glass cf Alarm Box, And of Agriculture. Forestry and Jmigra-tio- n will appoint the Commissioner (Special to Street or Thereabouts? Outline Plans for Chautauqua. Sustains Severai Cuts. The Xews.) I of Roads who will apioint agents in THREE MORE BREATHITT Frankfort. Ky.. Fc'i. 10. Repre. Uo out into your back vara and The meeting of those interested in Fire originated from a defective ! every county in the state. sentative Harry Schobcrth, of the hospital held Thursday night in count your cmcKens. it mere are Hue at the lesidence of tMr. Joe inc iiouse bill Woodfoid county, will aiakc the race the COUNTY MEN ARE KILLED any missing call up Chief of Police the Methodist church has started a Eeton on Alabama street on Thurspiovid-nfor a State Insurance for Congress in the Snwilli IiJj (XfaCord immediately nd notify him Movement for the raiding of funds day aftciniiou. fomniis-iDand the regulation of in- trict following a confeience of the of your loss for the Chief says h John Davidson, Levi Johnson And for this good cau.-,e-. In turning in the call for the fire surance "rales by the state. The leiding Democrats of the District, lias the man that stole them in the There wcio present representa department, Miss Ro-- e Tcnipleman House also reconnnited the b:il re- who met Sere Thursday night and Jeff Hcnsley Are Shot In One Day tive-- ! of the King's Daughters' II.--i person of Raymond Byle, colored. thrust her fist tluough the glass of quiring teacher.--, in the county and urged Uio brilliant y..ung Wooilford A resident of College street say.- ipital Circle of the Chii-tia- n tho ahum box on th- corner of Hick- city schools to have certificates that legislator to get in the race for th.; church. By Assassins. lie saw a man late Wednesday night Medical Society and Cnmmurcial man and Buckncr streets and .susthey are not afllicted with tubercunomination against Congre-.-nia- n J. with a suspicions bundle of poultry tained several seven: cuts. losis before they can quality as Campbell Canfrill. Jackson, Ky., Fob. 10. A long flub. It was announc at the corner of Hums and College. lumbering Biealhitt county feud A hole burned in the roof of the teachers. ed that Mr. Schoberrh would make Thus. M. Coiucli.-o- u, of liedpath The gentleman further says that one war was revived Jhnixlav when Chautauqua Assembly, was present was the only damage done. a formal statement of his candidacy B. S. Wilson, of Kuwait county, of the chickens began to squawk and John Davidson and Levi Johnson. and pre.-cntThe lo.s.s was slight. the proposition for a moved that the Graiiam county unit Saturday. i that the chicken's escort immediately were killed and another man wound Chautauqua Assembly. The propohill be made a special order lor Sclmbeitb has represented AVood-fpulled off the noisy bird's head. ed near Biickhoru, about thirty miles sition was outlined in The News a next Wednesday at nooii and Ilarrv county in ths Iliuise of RepreJAMES GILBERT, DYING The police pot busy and arretted from hero. The was done few days ugu Then; was a typoSchoherth moved to amend by mak- sentatives for three terms. IIq is Blye, who had a lot of blood on th fiom 'Sandliu's store along the graphical error, however. asl one SAYS HE KILLED GOEBEL ing it the special order for Friday. widely known, has been an advocate southern end ot lus trousers, lnye mountain road and live men arc said article. When the total receipts John Holland, Nif Shelbyville. of the County I'nit bill and other adexplained that the blood came from to have paiticipntcd. reach $3,000 (instead of :jtf,000) the moved that the to tabled ministration mca.-urand is one of BUILDING NOTES a bleeding nose but the police say ii David-o- n the most popular members of the recently was acquitted further receipts ate equally divided. Shot in Saloon Row, Dcaih Comes and his motion was lost. bears a marked resemblance to discus-io- n ' it After of the charge of murdering John It is Mr. Scim berth, following Mr. My-ei- s' lower house of congress. chicken pore. Too Soon Fur Him to Give Details Miner, wan had been identified with was tin: opinion of all present that withdrew his substitute fo conceded, even by Mr. Cnntrii!.- talk, New school houses in the Indian The chickens "wore probably sfolct (he Callahairs of this section. One of Kargis Clan. lie The proposition presented a splendid fres!: and the Vienna districts the Wilaou motion, explaining that friends, that ho will give the Conaic on or near College street. was friendly with the Dentons, which chance for the furthering the ho lie believed the friends of the county gressman the race of his life in the fo be built this year, and more e. Besides the Ilelina. Ark., Feb. 10. That he unit bill would prefer having it come primary called for --March 16. which has resulted in what is termed the pital c.ut-will be selected locations upon the was the live benefit the Stale Central Committee, :n ses-s-iof Governor Willi-a:- u up next Wednesday. the Denton-Davidso- n clan. than the site- upon which the pres-taiiDEATH OF MR. wa-- sale of 7."0 season tickets, there (ioebel, of Kentucky, at Frankat last Monday, re? lufoimatioii could not be obtained The Senate, after first voting to cut buililiuus a sure and certain gain to be made fort, Ky., in Jnuttaiy of 1900, was lontinuc iu session next Thursday. fused to set aside. s to whether the killing occured The ptctty home of .Mr. and Mrs. the dying declaration made hcie Washington's on Biicklunn in Breathitt county or fiom the refreshment privileges, that O. F. Young, on College street, Birthday, reversed itJOHN Tl MA it Buckiiorn College, in Perry conn . .with the help of the city and county ucaring completion. Thursday bv James Gilbert, self- self and decided to hold no session ADDITIONAL SOCIETY Cfiiifessed 'gunman" and y, but the presumption is that the might bring over $."i00. en that day. The Pastime Theatre, which is bekilling occured in 'Perry county. The j It was proposed also that one of ing elected by Mrs. C B. West on of Breathitt, county. Ky. His death When the good roads bill came up. Miss Heater Covington, of Richcame too soon for him to go into deWas Uncle ef Mrs. W. S. Massie, of particulars of the tragedy could not '(he big days might be named '"HosXorlh Main street, will scon b" after Senator Bosworth had spoken mond, has returned home after a pital Day'' and be. made a benefit tails about his alleged part in the be obtained other than the report ready for occupancy. It has been for the bills. Senator C. M. Thomas, visit to Mrs. Jack Hutscll. TMs City, And Grandfather of murder. cause, and the whole Chautauover the telephone which was sent by M. Arthur Bloomfield. of Bouibou, opposed the bills, say - leased Col. Ed Young, of Versailles, one Gilbert, who claims Kentucky as by Mrs. Thomas Deaton. an aunt qua be made the climax of a vigorSenator Claude M. Tohmas. The feudal Baptist church grows--moring he-- could not agree with the prinof the proprietors; of the Krown-Proctor- ia his home, attracted the attention ot 0,ls campaign to set the hospital up of Davidson, who reported that the beautiful and imposing each ciple as or.tlined in the Bosworth drug store, was in the city Mir. John Thomas, aged !Kl years, the local authorities three years two men were shot frqm ambush by on a hual and certain looting. day. It 'will be reajly (Tor occumeasure. He said it was the qon- - this weck His plea died in Paris on Wednesday, ago when he"killedainan. lie unknown persons who made their "It was tiaen17rT)posed to begin a pancy in a short time. struction of the Democratic state 7"0 got him his liberty enmnaism to sell the neeo.-snr- v f was an uncle of Mrs. W. S. Massie. escape. 'Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. Todd have platform that the various counties Mcssis. C. I. and W. W. Corge raindi,at!ic,r of ofi tlis citj and and his demeanor obtained him an tickets to assure the coining of the returned from an extended visit to John Davidson was the son f must first do all they can to belp are building on the cast side of appe'ntment as a deputy sheriff. This will be organized relatives iu Illinois, Missouri and 'Chautauqua. Senator Claude M. Thomas. Mr. Robert Davidson, of Jackson, and Maple street between Washington themselves before being entitled to With. nit physical fear, he was the Thomas was one of the oldest and Oklahoma. and set in motion during the next was one of four men indicted fir state aid for road building. and Broadway n house to be used as most beloVed citizens of Bouibon ihe terror of desperate chaureters and R. G. Wallace, of Pine Grove, is few days and sbouM receive the corThey murder of John Aimer. a picture theatre for the accomHe said this view of the matter unimproved. county. except of infrequent lapses into dial and subs'tantia! support of every were tried at Paris, Kv.. on that modation of the coloied people. was also strengthened by his Squire S. W. Pursley has gone to and huma.ie citizen of Winir habits was a .strong member hnrge and acquitted. Levi John' patriotic Xoab Curry, colored, is building of the good roads amend- Ashevillc, X. J9I111 W. Paris, Ky., Feb. 1C Mr. of tr i force. chester. C. where he will spend v son "iias never been luentiheu with a double apartment house on the He said Thomas, the venerable grandfather H; ; death came at the end of sev- ment to the Contsitution. "So that all nicy understand the several days with Mrs. Pursley. who Xi)-tl- i ;uiv of the tumbles iu Breathitt side of Washington street, bills weie liar, of Senator Claude M. Thomas, died matter, it is thought best fo explain been in the south this winter on eral days of riotous conduct. On whenever the Bosworth ounty, except that he had been ac near the town branch. made laws and put in operation it account morning at at 1 o'clock Thursday night he had engaged in Wed of ill health. the different kinds of tiekeU that cused of shooting Ed Callahan from The new school district establishwould build up the most gigantic pothe residence of his granddaughter, will bo sold. :Mr. James Powell has leased a re olvcr battle which resulted in a inibush nDar Callahan's jiouse about ed north of this city extends from litical machine ever dreamed of by from Mrs. Leer Stout, on Seventh .street, when both combatants had exMrs. Gyppie Simpson the propA season ticket costing $2 will ad- two years ago. the city limits one mile north of the tiuc the people of Kentucky. from the infirmities of age. erty ou Fairfax street, adjoining the hausted their ammunition. mit to any and all entertainments L. & X. rairoad and one mile east Shortly after the report of this Senator Thomas maintained that 11 Mr. Thomas was the oldest man in Hotel and will e had told of ten of his experi-en(some thirty-eigin number) of of the L. & K. railroad. This diskilling came to Jackson, L. C. Min-ni.the adoption of the good road amend Bouibon county, and would have s in the Cuiirbeiland mountains, it for a boarding house. the Assembly. This makes each enment to the Constitution did not give a constable of Rousseau, tertainment cost about five cents trict was practically a necessity as or He Miss Xannie Eeton continues quite been 93 years old on April 29. he used to fare forth ns a there was no convenient district in the Legislature the light to iinposi-iicathitt county, delivered to Jail ill at the resideuco of her sister., was born in 1819, near North each. A day ticket admitting to ail menber of ffie Hargis faction, been At that immediate neighborhood. A. A. Allen, George Hen -- ley, ac- tax of five cents on the 100 of Mr.- -. Sallie Baldwin. where he passed the greater er mortal reprisals, and Thursday l:e the entertainments of one day. fifty County Board, a on the meeting of the property. used of the murder of Jeff Hensley. Messrs. H. II. Franklin, of tho portion of his life. appeared to hear the call of the old cents. Admission to all single committee was appointed fo investiSenator E. E. Hogg, of Owsley, Franklin Hardware Company, ami on Hunting creek-- , tins county, 2."i icnts, except four The end came in the saloon, His grandfather, William Thomas, gate conditions land assist in the das. Thursday, making a record of three took exceptions to Senator Thomas X. T. Benton, of Grubbs & Benton, when for what he believed to have came to Kentucky from Virginia its big numbers, such as Biyau and the purchasing of a suitable building argument, 'which he declared niird'erers in one day. Louisville, from have returned 1786, and settled in Bourbon county. and the Opera site. A trustee to serve until he been a fancied affront, he drew his Big Italian Band He ridiculed the idea i'he rauiiicr of Hensley seems to rovolver. announcing that the barwhere they attended the State Retail His father was John Thomas, who etc. Admission to these Company, regular election will be appointed have been the result of a drunken that the people of Kentucky, when Hardware Dealers' Association. was only 10 years old when he came tender was doomed. The barteudei will be fifty cents each. bv he County Boaid. they voted for Ihe amendment !:'. row which is reported to have be'.'i: was quicker, however, and shot fir-- t. to Kentucky and his mother was Children from the age of six fo not know they were voting for state ovoked bv ill feelings that has c:- Susan Thomas, a cousin of his fourteen can enter on half tickets at aid to the counties in road building stcd for soma time. Jeff Hensley TOD LATE TO CLASSIFY cetns for day father. .$1.00 for season or CROSSFIELD GOOD ROADS BILL PUT Senator Hogg said he would vas a brother of Ellis Hensley, who Mr. Thomas was twice married. entcrtainm;nts and l.'i cents or 'big bpen actively engaged in the without fear of successful contra-ditctio- it His first wife was Miss Eliza Jaw. has for any of the single entertainments. THE LYRIC" THROUGH THE SENATE of th-.- ' that three-fourtlogging business in this comity for , Kerr, who died in September, So it will be easily seen what a TO PREACH HERE voters of the state regardless uf pi vera I years, and who is one of iiw leaving one son, Edwin K. Thomas, m! great advantage will be had in buy- On Separate Paths. (Selig.) most, popular business nun in this wee in favor of the pending l.the father of Hon. C. M. Thomas. ucrc-l . T :M. .i-". (iVtagraph.) mir tne season i' Regeneration. Ciaude M. Thomas Defends Farmers good roads legislation, lie said he section. In 1842 he "was married to Mis likei fiiaranicp of 7")0 the chil Large Audience is Disappointed My Biollipi's Agostino. (Lubin.) coitnti-'- s of This District and Tffat of Sena- was astounded that, rich Margaret P. Kerr, a cousin of is dren's season tickets can bo turned Detained This picture When He whii-l- i had profited by large contriwife. iSeven children were born two if or one. advertised to be a very fine one. by Delayed Train Last Sunday. tor Arnett. butions from the state to build roads TOBACCO SALES a splendid of this union, two sons, Douglas and So the Chautauqua, Ghildreu admitted ."i cents, Saturunder the old Constitution were now J. William Thomas, of this city, and thing for rfny community in itself, Frankfort. Ky., Feb. 10. The opposing less favored .sections. day matinee. 2W and llv!tl. Almost five (bundled people assemfive daughtens. Mrs. Mary E. Dni-na- ll, to help in the other bled at the First Christian chinch good roads bill tL" Senator Joe Sales were conducted at both to- can be maue Senator ITogg said that when one Em.ua Thomas, widow of hospital. Mrs. passed WANTED 1D0 boys to join the last Sunday evening to hear Presi- Boswoilh. of Middle.-boiThursday. A great object, the bacco warehouses section of the state was helped all whom live for dent Ciossfield, of the College of the Senate Thursday by a vote of 28 Harvey Thor.as, both of This is a great opportunity "Boys' Corn Club" of Clark such large quantity of the weed was on deplored ho and that Smith, Mrs. in the' Bible and Transylvania rnivcr-sit- y. to ;". The debate on the measuie in Texas; Mrs. Candacc county. The seed corn will ba furto get on the map the market and the market was goo.l .Winchester narrow views as expressed by Adair, .first Nannie Griues and Mrs. Alma nished fiee by the Commissioner more ways than one. In the It was not i.nowiv till an- was pretty vigorous and Senator the opjionents of the good roads bills Scobee's House except 'Mrs. necessity nounced bythc pastor that he would Claude M. Thomas, of the all of whom survive, of Agriculture, and will be distriplace, a hospital is a crying He said that the passage of good The sales were 1;rld in the morning for a Grimes. Mrs. Thomas, his wife, died district, took, roads legislation would do more buted from my office. The teachcitvof the size and importance not be theic on account of delayed at R. A. Scobee's house, where over I of WlK.ies(ei. aml bv n i0II!? shn,ig triabout six years ago. ers throughout the country arc a hand in it. paying ail eloquent train a ltd his inability to get an Mian .anything else for the material pounds were sold at Pnres pulu ;t ea ,be most iMr. Thomas was one of the renuested to take this matter up thron?l. in Richmond to bring him bute to the citizenship of the farm- progress and advancement of KenTwenty-seconcounty, ranging from $3 to $20 per hundred, j Then? apaJn a Chniltaiiqna Assem-Mo- st over. d substantial citizens of the with their respective schools eithing communities in the tucky. of the tobacco was of poorWy wfll Senatorial and owned about 330 acres oFland one of the grcatest er in person of. by mail. Any boy and Twenty-eight- h However, it was announced that he Senator B. "M. Arnett, of j vcrtisenients that Souu-t- cr can be had. It would occupy this pulpit Sunday districts, his own and that of North "MSddletown precinct in between C and IS years of age defended the "Blnpgrass-- ' farI Planters' House eligible to enter this contest, and ,ijring5 a fiue class of people to om- - evening, February IS, and it is exprevious to his removal to Pari. Arnett, of Xieholasville. mers, and in opposing the Bosworth He was a will be required to cultivate one-ha- lf consistent DemoThe sales opened at the Planters' j city. It is made a county affair and pected that the house will be crowdReplying to the remarks of Sena- bills pleaded with the Senate not to - the farmers 'and their families come crat and voted the straight ticket at Jiouse in the afternoon with 12o,or an acre of land. AH those tor Hogg; Senator Thomas said tbat fasten the proposed burden of taxed 'hear this gifted man. - election-f- or ever71 years, until 000 pounds on the floor. The mar- - to town in great numbers and oftimes that desire to enter this contest nowhere in the woild could th,ere ation on his people. ( This will notify me at once in order last November, when he was too ket cpened well and good prices are (stay "(for the wholej .wqek. BUYS FORD ROADSTER. be found a more, intelligent, more ! - generous, more eitizenfeeble to be taken to the polls. He expected. PVaJik Boyd, jof Qlonl-- j is to-b- e that I may report to the CommisDr. D. HI MeKinley has purchasa permanent institution and Tho Best Eating. ! things which ye Mt an - will be here year after year and will ed of Barrow & Clay, repreenta- - j chip than the fanners of these The bwt sioner of Agriculture. was a member of the Christian goincry county, sold a crop of 14,these jm, mn yonrsolTes W wMeh J. E. Lanter, Superintendent average of $9.02 tlo suntold good to our city. church and an hopest, upright citizen 200 pounds of ttfietFonl Motor Company, a frieta. ears. Hob; , Clark Couaty Schools. It is predicted that the measure J fyTfce program to be given will iave Ford 1912i1wyd& Roadster. us . deuce of Mr. Leer Stout, on Seventh ANYBODY LOST street, iFriday afternoon at 2:30 ENTHUSIASTIC o'clock. The seiviecs were conducted by Elder J. T. Sharrard. Burial ANY CHICKENS took place in the Paris cemetery. MASS MEETING The death of Mr. Thomas is the fourth in the immediate family in the last two months, the others beAnybody Lost Any Those Interested in Hospital Moveing Mrs. C. M. Thomas, Mr. T. A. Chickens Chickens From College Nichols and Mr. John B. Grimes. ment Hear Mr. Thos. Corneiison dillarent lectures, entertainers and musical companies. SMALL DAMAG E cd Tiie music alone will be worth' many fimes the price of a ticket, as was published Tuesday, there will be a famous Italian band of some calibre as Banda Roe or Don Phillip-iv- i; a world-famoopera singer, with support to give scenes from Grand Opeiar other companies like Chicago Glee Club, 'Spanish Orchestra, etc.. then the two political men of Biyau, Folk or of the f'annon: inspirational lectin cis i:kc Dixi ::, Allien, Ojiic Ricd. Lake, etc. tamers, such Bono, magician, lint to, Impersonator; Buffalo Jones. with Roosevelt in Africa, etc.; a morning hour lecture on '.scien tific literaiy or educational lines; a childien entertainer or. Boy Scout ' Master. twenty-on- e In all different lectiue--o- r musical companies separate entertainment will be given lf Chautauqua Lake would not put mi iniie-- high-clacostly talent in one week, and 1)11 winking for our own good cour.se, the hospital. I it-ess h.hu journey larongu tne SCHOBERTH TO RUN IN committee in that branch of the legislature w said to THE SEVENTH DISTRICT be unfavorable to it. House as the will ..... Ti'i.- - . i.n...i : . .. CAUSEDJY FIRE .. g u - or siili-titu- fe es . con-vie- nt as.-ass- in' - d. i- -; ist fo'-tha- t r-- pelf-defe- u! ay ht ci Brown-'Proctor- ia u-- v, Mid-dletow- n, J , PE 18-l)- . hi-fi- rst '. o, ile 12.-,,0- 00 rt Jes-a-mi- life-lon- g, ' law-abidi- dis-'tiv- es Jwi ' mm N. li r TiE WINCHESTER-NEW- S THE WINCHESTER HEWS. PUBLIC RENTING OF LAND CARD OF THANKS II9III SotrtK Ham Stmt, Winchester, Kentucky. Sunday. s Daily, Except "Entered as second-clas- matter, 28, 11)08, at the postoffice is 'Winchester, Kentucky, under the Act of March 3, 1879." j Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mail. Daily, one year Six Mentha One-Mont- RATES: $3.00 1.50 25 Payable in Advance. AlVEKTISiXt HATES: IliphiyPr Sock. -- Bko turn, any editioa bra timer, within on week. Dm week, eontinuoualy Ofce mo-- . u f .25 .50 LOO , eonthrnpnily-Ww- weeks, 4 timet a Four weeks, thm titae sa wsek. 1.80 Tata weeks, two iimea week. , L20 ftttflni Notices Par Line: .75 Wou weeks, one tine s week. . Buiates notices, body type...7c Par readlog, news heading... 15o three eoaiiimooB insertions of same rate. Jteai at doable the one-aClassttted 3.00 week. . . . 2.40 The management-- - of the Lyric Sale of Stock and Farming I wish to thanks ilia, people of the Implements. town who turned out in such goodly ! numbers to see "Auld Lang Syne" If not rrr.i::! p.ivaicly Leioie day Thursday affqrnocn and night. It ' I will on 'February 27 .offer shall be our aim to run only the for rent publicly to the highest best pictures we can buy. We aho ,lc-- r my farm of (53 acre;, five and promise you better vcntilnfW than halt miles irom Winchester on the we had Thursday night as wa are Iron Works pike. Alo at the same now installing electric fans all over li:n3 and place, I for sale: the house and fmst the room will 3 maTe A yearn old, gentle to diivc. T!iankii;2 not be so closo, again. 3 black mare, 8 years old, extra you again for your patronage. ' line. We are respectfully, 1 Ilolstcin cow, fresh iXIarch 3(5. PHILLIPS & MOSS. J heifer, high grade, fresh May 17. Only the purest and freshest med1 registered Jersey cow, giving ia icines on sale at the Inilk. Pharmacy the store of quality. side. 1 Jersey cow, calf by 2 Ued Duroc Jersey brood sows, due to farrow in April. FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! 5 shoots, weight, about 40 lbs.' Will pay you the Highest Caih 15 head of sheep, extra good, now -' Pi ices for your Furs. lambing. W. HISEL J. wagon. 1 Bridge Junk Shop. 1 Deering mower. No. 23 North Maple st corn planter. 1 East Tennessee Phone 215, ITonn 3 breaking plow. Phone 590. 1 double shovel plow. cultivators. 2 Have your friends meet you at 1 iron kettle, 50 gallons. our place. Vermilion & Long. 15-1 hog' box. 2 vices. MAKES COLDS OR 2 hand corn planters. will-offer Brown-Procto-rtwo-horse two-hnrsc ll-18'4one-horse 2t I INDIGESTION- GOES - For Sale or Rent! ANNOUNC ' To Sourness; Heaviness, Stcrrach Dtsti ess Away. A Magical need for any disturbed condition of the stomach. .stomach tablets will from drive all the poisonous ga-your stomach and make your skim-acenough to dige-- t any food hy .weak For any ailment cau-e- d stomach, nervousness, lack of efficiency, that tired all in feeling, (bad dreams or bad sleeplessness, stomach the morning after too ninclf smoking and drinking for all these ailments nothing on earth can surLarge box for 50 pass. cents at Phillips Drug Store and druggists everywhere. MI-O-N- A es iMI-O-X- AtiHimUKenJncky. Clarkponniyj, 6 miles from Winchester, on good Quickly Fade pike and in neighborhood of very best graded schools, a most desirable business property, consisting of storeroom, stock of goods, 2 nice is what you Belching A"d dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large gardens, in all about 2sacres of land, Will sell at a bargain if taken at jnee. See G. M. Glenn on the prom- ises. y j EINT M BEST ORDINARY : ! Our Friends and the General Public It is with pleasure that we announce that we have taken up the agency for the TODD BROS., Home phone 472. Winchester, Ky. iuluh 1 CHILLED PLOW Capital - S100.0T0 Undivided Profits. S200.000 THE We have them in all styies, wood or steel beam RIGHT OR LEFT HAND. Look at our Field Seed. We arc headquarters for anything in the seed line. J. R. Martin Coa! and Supply Co. (Wed- - Winchester Bank OF- - When you want any representative article see us. WINCHESTER, HY. N. H. WITHERSOON, Fri) TABLES w Grufofos H Benton Cor. Main and Broadway B RAILROAD Jit Ky. President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. Winchester, Ky. 1 grabbing hoe. 1 digger and shovel. . LEXINGTON AND EASTER RAILWAY COMPANY 1 Pr War.: lc .. 2r Caeh. three additional insertions. e Dm calendar no., continuously. .10c Uothing counted less than 18 words. No itea charged oa books for Eess tham 25 cents. 'Q IHIS P.1PER REPRESENTED FOR FChclGl ADVERTISING CY THE Oae insertion, any editioa laree insertions continuously forks. 1 pair of wire fence stretchers. 2 sets of uugon harness. 1 set of buggy h:irne.. 3 pitch 1 1 Surely Breaks The Most Severe Cijlti And Ends Grippe Misery In Just A Few Hours WESTBOUNC Lv. Quicksand, ... I No. 1 No. 3 Daily D.iily a. m. p. m. I 1:25 SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. GZllZntA. UFFlCEi NCV7 YORK AND CHICACO GRAHCHC3 IN ALL T.)F. PRINCIPAL CITIEf OUR SOWS AND WHAT THEY MEAN. In that admirable little story, by the German author, Storm, the writer has Ifcinliaid, the hero, say these woidsin regard to songs: "They. arc not made at all; they prow, they "fall from the air. they fly over the land like rosnmer, here and there, and arc sung in a thousand different place at the same time. Our several deeds are Minows we find in these songs; it is as if we all had helped to make them." If l'he German author was correct when1 he said we all help to make the songs of the country, and that our deeds and thoughts arc embodied have in them, truly, we American abangiven ourselves over to utter don, judging from the sentiment expressed in the large majority of the popular songs of today. In the popular songs, .vhich are to be found upon the pianos of our host people, we generally find soni. such advice as "huddle us clu-- e to your baby, Mva.VMiie everywhere," or "throw your arms around me honey, hold me tight," or perhaps a description of the most extreme dance, possible lo be conceived in the mind of an author pandering to a depraved taste. Some also are highly suggestive and susceptible of an unsavory double meaning, for example, the song "Hilly." which has enjoyed extensive popularity. These conditions are generally familiar, but if not, should be' to all parents. But .knowledge without action avails nothing. If, as Stonu says, we have helped lo make tbese songs, we ourselves need reforming. That- we support tlicm, cannot be denied for the song writers and publishers are anxious to ive ns what we call for. What are we going to do about fe 5:05 1:50 5:10 1:57 1 patent digger. I 4:52 10:30 Athoi,' Ky You can surely end Grippe anJ 1 pair of iiar.d stilyards. Beattyville Juct .. 4:25 10:01 break up the most severe cold either 4:04 0:41 Torrent, Ky About 75 rods of jMiultry fence. in head, chest, back, stoiuaiih or Campton, Juct., .. 0:43 3:30 hens and 3 black bronze tnrkcy limbs, by taking a dose of Pape's 7:19 4:05 Clay City, Ky. torn. Cold Compound even two hours unL. & E. Junction ..J 7:51 4.37 7 pure hied Pekin ducks 4:50 Winchester, Ky. .. til three consecutive doses arc taken (5 Ebden geese. Ar. Lexington, Ky. . . 8:50 5:35 mi-- , It promptly relieves the mot 1 pair White Pearl guineas. crable headache, dullness, head unci j No.2l No. 4 1 dozen White Leghorn hen-- . nose stuffed up, fevenshness, sneezDailyf Daily EASTBOUND , 3 dozen R. P. Hock hens. ing, sore throat, mucous catarrhal p. m. a. m. 1 carpenters' bench. discharges, running of the nose, Lv. Lexington, Ky . . . 1 :3 j 7 :2( I anvil. and rlieumatic soreness, stiffness Winchester, Ky. . . 2:17 8:03 3 buggy. twinges. L. & E. Junction . . 2:35 8:18 V Clay City, Ky. .. . 3:05 8:50 About 50 well made chicken coops. Take this harmless as 9:27 Campton Juct. .. 3:47 'Other tbings too numerous to mendirected without interference with I 6:25 3:12 Torrent, Ky tion. Terms made known on day of you usual duties and with the Beattyville Juct. Ky 0:03 2:51 sale. knowledge that there is no other Athol. Ky.. r. .. 5:35 2:22 Sale starts at ten o'clock a. m. medicine made anywhere else in the O. & K. Junction 5:25 11 :05 G. KISSINGER. Jackson, Ky which will cure your cold or world, 11:25 II. K- - Watts, auctioneer. end Grippe misery as promptly and Ar. Quicksand, Ky. .. (c.o.d) ' . without any other assistance or bad CONNECTION: after-effecpackage LEXINGTON as i Train Xo. 1 will of Pape's Cob Compound, which any make connection with the L. & X. ai in the world can supply. OVERTAXED Lexington for Louisville. Ky. Xo. Pape's Cold Compound is the re3 will make connection with the L. sult of three research at a & X. at Winchester for 'Cincinnati, O Readers cost of more than fifty thousand dol- CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos. Hundreds .of Winchester lars, and contains no puinine, which I, 2, 3 and 4 will make connection Know What it Means. we have conclusively demonstrated with Mountain Central Railway to is 'not effective in the treatment of and from Campion. (.The kidneys are overtaxed; BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Trains colds or grippe. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make c6nncction Have too much to do. with the L. & A. Kailway for BeattyThey may tell about it in many Wire Wire Wire. See it. Get ville. and pains aches our prices... We lead; others follow. 0. & K. JUNCTION Trains Nos. 2. Backache, dizziness, headache. J. R. Martin Coai and Supply Co. 3 and 4 will make connection with Early symptoms of kidney ills. Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel (Wed- - Fri) City, Ky., and O. & K. Stations. Urinary troubles, dropsy, Blight's CHARLES SCOTT, sometimes follows. disease General Passenger Agent The statement below shows you a OFFICE OF ASSOCIATED reliable remedy for kidney ils. LIUISVILLE & NASHVILLE - G. P. Welsh, assessor, 1(57 Drake CHARITIES MOVED Southbound. street, Lexington, Ky., says: "I had frequent attacks of backache, causIockJ No. 87 Gincinnati-Krorvil- te office The Associated .Charities ed by bending over a desk at my has been moved from the Fraternity 10:25 a. m. S3 CuKunnti-JacksonviiHaving Doan's Kidney Pills Building No. work. lo the pooms over MeCord limited, 10:52 a. m. got a & brought to my attention, I Phillips' store. local No. 9 Maysvillc-Staufor- d supply and was given prompt relief vith Cincinnati conmection nt Paris han-dl- o through their use." Only rcgisteredpharmacists arrives at 0:36; departs at 0:35 p" m For sale by all dealers. Price 50 your pcrscription at the Brown-ProctorNo. 31 Cincinnati-Atlan- ta limited cents. 'Fcster-MilbuCo., Buffalo, Pharmacy. Absolute ac- 11:22 p. m. , New York, sole agents for the United curacy guaranteed. The store of cider mill. scoop s'hovel. BIG CUT WALL PAPER f HOcts reduction on all old stock of Wall Paper. Don't wait come in Jackson, Ky O. & K. Junction . . J ... THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. 8-- 05 Fiom 25 to Terms Cash H. Crr-pound L GILBERT 8 CO. Home Phone 37 . ts 25-ce- nt early nnd get first choice. We also wish to call your attention to the fact that our New Samples are arriving daily, and if you arc thinking of bin'ing .airy thing in our line it will pay you to call and inspect our line before buying. We have the most complete stock, wc have ever earned and you will be sure to find what you want. We also carry a complete line of all kinds of 1JJ. t. Fm14u 1VHVS Gugafe It.D.Gcrr Tlc-rrtlli- O.rlTIK! Int. OublriL Clark County National BANhl Accounts and ol PfSarnfisnis, Paints, Oils, Brushes and Window Glass at prices as elsewhere. cheap as can buv them Farmers WINCHESTER Trailers Solicited PAINT & ILL PAPER CO. Colieeilonr SjiJa on AI! Points. North Main Street Capital and Surplus $350,000.00 IP le AMD. ia CUKETK S Mm 3 rn States. Remember-'"- ' quality. the name M0rihbeur.1l Doan's and take no other. BACK.- - THE BRUTE , No. 34 Atlanta-Cincinna- ti 4:52 a. m. limit mnmm AND TOM COWAN '. it? String Band concert at Vermilion Longs every Saturday afternoon, Come. ' i 2-- 1 Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is back at his stand in the iMcEIdowney Building and is now read' 'to serve his old friends and customers' wheie you will always get prompt and first class service. N i j N.o. local J Parip tnr Cincinnati onnectine dn? at 7:15. leaves at 7:22 a ra. lo-No.' 38 Knoxville-CIccinnn- ti arrives 2:48: departs 253 p. m. L Alt THROAT AW0 UiGTSOUBLES B GlAJ?,WTEO or moncy ffsruAoec. SATi'SFACTO.Qy h Vf,. 3S-- - JMiksonyiJIa-Cipni-xna- ii limited' 517 p. m. All are daily, except Nos. 0 anc. 10, which are daily except Su:lay. CHESAPEAKE No. No. 22. Daily Let us sell ycu that plow you have been talking about. J. R. Martin Ccal a"d Supply Co. (Wed-r- i) SHit. - & FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Cash " All invited. - 5 21 -- CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Mi w .mSEL , George W. Shepherd, pastor. Ser- Bridge Junk Shop, WastbsHtC. vices at Court ITonse. Sunday school Mra. 'Newwed (after the honey-bioo- No. 27, Daily, Ex. Snn.C:22 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. You seem N. 23 North Mapie st you be sorry No. 21, Daily, ,7:48 uid 7:00 p. m. Prayer meet'isfe Tennessee Phone 215. Home evefmarried me. East fo. 25, DaUy'Ex Sub .. Mr. , Newwed Yoa are ilmiiwutlj Wednesday at 7:30 p. ra. satslO-t- f T Phone 556. , No. 23, Daily 4 15 eiisrvtai teday. the Highest ' Prices for your Furs Will pay you EatkMw4. 26, 1)aily, Ex. Sun. . , FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Cash j r28, Daily Jo. Daily FkBuu a. in Will pav yoa the fligliest 12:10 p. m. .. 6:30 p. .e Prices for your Fqrs. 9d0 p. m. J. W. HISEL a. m. a. tn. t. . b) .V' Bridjje Junk Shop, No. 23 North .Maple st. East Tennessee Phone .215, Home p. a. t rnn uau B. .,' rSone ll-aS-lV Wheu a man feels the necessity of being in two .places at. the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his-- voice Ry having the service of the li. !s .asy to travel all over the State and other States. If you haven't onr service you should have. Call our manager for full information. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED) - - V. m no Buys a Good First-Clas- s C cues v EVER-HAS nt USER HEADACHE : , JjPKE f-- FENCE-NE- ED, ,NJk& 4 s Every Day Watch JEWELER A Box Will Keep Your Liver. t 1 1 CH.BOWEN CALL AND see: r OPTICIAN I . C; Q C Surprise Party MY.--. wi-.l- IETY ell's many friends are pleased thai he has now almost completely recovered from tho ordeal. Mi-- s Sarah Ooodloo Benton will he the gue.- -t of Mi.-- s Katherine Headleyfor the ICappa Alpha Glance at Lexington Friday night. Dr. M. L.--' (Myers and family are ' moving into the Tracy home on South Maple street which they re" Mr-- -. Allan was smi prised on tiir . cently i)iirchacd. s I'vcnincr of v February 14 wit'i a- dc- .Mrs. E. C Fox and Miss .Anna n s ' liiit-Tii- l Valentine paity, tbe suest-hi- v; :iall will leave Tue-da- y for Sheffield, rs of the Sunday Ala., for an Indefinite stay. Mis.-Ta- ll srliiMil class of the First Baptist will vi.-- it her brother. clim i h taught by 'Miss Famiie Bush. Mws M"ary 4'lay Boone, of WinTIio dainty luncheon, which wn chester, Ky., i's visiting her 'ousins, 1ron;rlif hy th:' jmiokN, v;w prc:ul in the Mi--e- s Scott, on First street. very innpthijr fashion, aud wa ' Danville Advocate. e'ljoycd. 3liss Ib'itha Bolls, who had re CSoud s arc cxlendtd i Mr. turned home from a"vi.-J- t to her :iud Mi's. Allan liy hosts of true Mrs. (!. F. WvcolT. at Winches-- '' friend.-- , who rejnot their depiirliue. EM COISNETT, Jr. ter, was recalled there by the serious iline.-- s of Mrs. AVycolT, the pa.-- l Marriage Anncunced week. 'Mrs. AVycolT was GOLD FISH Mr. and .Mr-;- . Joe Aldrid-;at the latest rtpnrt. . . . Hen marriage of their daugh- batter lio will sell at Bean's Xews Stand Myeis. of Winchester, visited ('. S. ter, I'attie, to Mr. Jiiin 15. Crow. on Friday and Sal urday only, asveek, Owings-vill- e Wednesday. February 21.' at lli" and S. J. Bailiff last sortments of Gold Fish containing Outlook. Xo eard-- . residence i.C the Jiilde. One 1--2 gallon globe. .Mr. B. K. Jouetl, ot the linn ot tout friend-- ; will lie welcome. Two Gold Fish. Jonett & Jouett, left Thursday mornOne box lish food. i ing for sLetcher, Berry, Jl'mrcll and Attractive 'Fot ty-- T One arquia plant. entcitained other counties of the Ealern pari Mr. .Win L. Bo-le- y One lot sea pebbles. f the stale, wh(y:c he will lcprsent u informally at her pretty home One instruction sjieet. South Highland street on Thursday the L. & El lsiilrond in several DALLAS G. LAWISENTE. party suits now pending in these courts with an attractive "forty-two- " The ajnes were played" at four against thein. Ctfr. T. C. llnrdcMy' is in Knox-villsmall taldes tuid were followed by ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. Tenn., this week. a most de!ij''.ilful meat eonrsc.. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will The affair was one of the prettiest Col. T. (i. Stuait was in Frankfoit never forget his terrible cxposun . of the winter season, its informality Wrdne.-da- y on legal buine.-slnalcin; it' all the more pleaMiig and County Cleik Boone, was in Lex- to a merciless storm. "It gave n:e a dreadful cold," he writes, "fcha attractive. ington last WcdneMlnyon Mr. and Mrs. IS. J. Toohcy hae caused severe pains in my chest, so The Exchange returned from a vi-- il to relatives m it was hard for me to breathe. A neighbor gave me several doses oi V. P. T. U. Ilvchanire to he Danville. The jriven at Grnhhs & Benton's fto:e CMi.Ganey. if. Cincinnati, will Dr. lung's Xew Discovery which furni.-- h a .frive next week to vi-- it Jits. T. ". brought great relief- The doctoi on Saturday pronuVcs to said I was on the verge of pneumo splendid opiiortuiity for the liu-- y Haidoty. daintieV-fo- r housewife it obtain the F. Wyeoff, iwho has uia, but to continue wit!i the Dis Mrs. Geoi-g. Sunday diunci-been quite ill for tbe past ten days, covery. I did so and two bottle, Use onl; completely cured me." Don't forget the place and date. is rapidly improving. this quick, safe, reliable mediein; Miss Ada Henry, of Montgomery Dallas liwell. tio .under- county, was the guest of her brother. fofRjiughs, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Price 50c and $1.00. went an oiieration for nppsndiciii-a- t Dr. IS. II. Henry, Wednesday. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by JIayo Bros.' Hospital, in Itoehes-te- r, W. . Eubank 'has accepted a All Druggists. Minn., has returned home. The with the L. & E. road with operation was moie serious than headquarters for the present al Eat, drink and be merry at Vermilwas at first thought and Mr. Pow Jackson. lion and Long. T. ('. Allan will leave at o.we to join 3ir. Allan, wiio liab a gtiod portion in Huntington, Y. Va. i tlf--r many fiiciuls her overy !((!.--? in the nesv hou;c. Oni (laines AJlan, Hie attrac-titf- o yoniiir laulilcr, will remain in Yin!ii!.-le-r until i tie end oC l fellow-inenwewir-'io. e, --s. -s p.i--iti- Sick headache, biliousness, dizziness, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath always trace them to We have cut the torpid liver, delayed fermenting food in the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. prices down to the Poisonous matter clogged in the very last cut. intestines, instead of being east out .If you are interested of the system is into the blood. When this poison reaches in the delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, Real Bargains sickening headache.. it will pay you Salts, cathartic pills, oil and purto see them. , gative .waters force a passageway for a day or two yes but they don't take the poisons out and have no effect upon the liver or stomach. Casearels immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, undigsted and fermenting 'food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of. th( .system 'all tho decomposed waste j matter and p'oisons in the intestines. aim uoweis. m A Casearet tonight will sureh straighten you out by morning. They PUBLIC AUCTION work while you sleep a bor A GREAT DISCOVERY Be sure and attend iho auction from your druggist means insidi sale of household goods to 1m held ' eleanlinees and a clear head fos at my residence on Winn avenue Sat- - Certain Ingredients That Really months. Ask any of the million o' Promote Hair Growth When Prop-l- y urday, February, 17 at 2 p. m. " Casearet users if they ever havf. ' Combined. Only a few left of our Suits and Skirts, - V i Stomach, and Bowels Clean, Pure And Fresh For Months FrSffllPf I. We have been sei,ilI3 tile Page, Kokomo and Adrian Fences ever siace we have been in business. These factories make their own wire, make their rencc mechanically right. THEY GIVE SATISFACTION, consequently we don't have to be trying a new iihe each year. We also sell the National Fence, Sm6otn and Barbed Wire. Our prices are right. BEDFORD 8c TUTTLE "THE EQUITY" ARTIS&CO. IPS! has all modern features that makes a Stove- first-clas- s Cook The "EQUITY" is equipped with our famous. Patented Oven Door. Fire Box has Extra Heavy Cast Linings and Sectional Fire Back. Everything about this Range is nicely proportioned except the" price, which is exceptionally low. 10-ee- nt J headache. ' WE V The nicest and most perfumes and toilet articles at FENCE! Brown-Proctor- ia Pharmacy store of quality. NOTHING TO EAT We nave the largest line of Wire Fence we have ever carried. , ISesorcin is one of the most effective geim destroyers ever by science, and in connection wilJi H:-tXaptho, which is both geimi-cid- al a combination and antir-cptiis formed which destroys the gerin.-whic- h rob flic hair of it natural iioiuishmi nt and a!.--o creates a of the clean, healthy condition seal)), which prevents the development of new germs. 1'ilocarpiii, although not a colorn ing matter or dye, is a ingredient .for the hair to its natural color, when the loss i f by a disease hair has been enm-e' of (he scalp. ingredients in proer comThese bination, with alcohol added as a stimulant and for its nourishing properties, perfect perhaps the most effective remedy that is known for scalp and hair troubles. We have a remedy wliieh is chiefly composed of ther-- ingredients, i:; combination with other extremely invaluable medicinal agents. We guarantee it to positively euro dandruff iiid to grow hair, even though the scalp in spots "is bare of hair. If there is anv vitality left in the roots, it wil positively cure baldness, or we will jrefund your money. If the scalp has a glazed, shiny it's an indication that baldness is permanent, but in olhei instances we believe baldness N curable. We want everv one troubled with the scalp disease or loss of hair to try The Rexall "93"' Hair Tonic. If it (Joes not eure dandruff and grow hair to the satisfaction of the user, we will without question or quibble return every cent paid us for it. We print this guarantee on every bottle. It has effected a positive eure in per cent of cases where put to a welj-knowng well-deline SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Dressed chickens and fresh fish. HOLLAR, Cor. Main and Washington lt- J. W. RAW M COMPANY PURE ILK H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop, (Successors .to J. K. Alien) I I III The state pure food authorities at the Kentucky Agricultural Experi ment Station reported Tuesday t' County Attorney Scott Bullitt, oi Louisville, sixty-fiv- e vases for sell ing watered or skimmed milk agnins dairymen supplying Louisville am certain restaurants. These qases re suited from the extensive inspection that have recently been mad throughout ihe whole of the Loui villo milk field, and other pans WS W j 1 Kentucky, The samples were collected fron the niilk depots, the dairymen, tlr restaurants, the hotels and othei places where milk jis served, anf when a sample was; found to be wal ercd or skimmed, further investiga j tion was made to determine who wa- responsible. About 700 samples wen analyzed in Louisville and G5 ease reported for prosecution. In mosi instances the milk was taken fron from the dairymenjwgh'ierda to deter mine u0WimS"-ubeen ad ded to th'vNHHWr supplied by the dairymen's cows. Red Cross Dairy (Phone 8S0-x- J supplies to patrons a pure, clean, and We have received our SPRING LIE OF GOODS One-Piece Consisting of Suits, Dresses, Waists, Etc. sanitary Ilolstein and grade Jersey milk; not watered. FURS!! FURS! fURSU! Will pay yon the nignest Cast: V Prices for your Furs. - J. W. niSEL Farm and Poultry BARB WIRE GET OUR PRICES See The New One practical test. Rexall "03" Hair Tonic is entirely unlike, and we think, in every pai fieular. Jietter than anything else we know of for tbe purpose of which it is proscribed. We urge you to try this preparation at our entire risk. Certainly we know of no better guarantee to give. you. Remember, Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, Tloml Phone 596. ll-18-4- COME 8N AND AVE A LOOK cntnese and Japanese Briaes. Tho Chinese bride.ls clothed in scarlet silk. But Japan, strange to say. fol lows the western custom, and the Jap anese bride appears on the important, morn clatf In one resplendent garment you can obtain Rexall Remedies in of white silk. The sleeves of this cos Winchester flnly at our store The tume are" usually two and a naif feet long, while the r.ash measures some Rexall .Store. Phillips Drug Store. 11 feet in length. 5b' Smith Main street. The Tramp Doctor, I bave difficult BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. In swallowing. ... The Doctor Due lo the throat? "I blamed my Lear!; for severe The Tramp No; It's due to not hating anything to swallow. "distress in my left side for two years." writes W. Evans, Damille. When a .Man Runs. Va., "but I know now it was indigesThere are men In this world who will run miles In any weather to avoid tion, as -- Dr. King's New Life- Pill? talking to a woman who knows more copIetely cured me." Best foi than- they do. and knows it, and shows "stawneh, Jiver and kidneyi tumbles. enry that- she knows that she knows ceastipaiion, heaojache or 'debility. Sydnor Harrison. 2ft; jjeuts at All Pvuggisls., lt-.H- WINCHESTER C f , & SUIT CO. ' Inc. Our Idea of a modest man is one who doesn't honestly think he'd made a good president Aye, Times Are Changed! Guests werS expected to drink too freely of liquors at castles in the Scotch highlands years ago. and- a servant is said to ,havo once exclaimed: "Ach. It's salr changed times Grant when gentlemen can gang tombed on their aln feet whatever." , - Test of Modesty. r Manager. '.1 A. M. D0M3, Parrish, Bradley S Both Phones at Bttfi Stores ' Co. Elks Building 61 Main Street Je Both Phones 364. ( WINCHESTER, KY. ' I Pane ev , THE WINCHESTER NEWS THE It is now Judah & mL RM HAS CHANGED mum THIRTY-S-IX CUM) COUIM ARRESTS MAD E lc a wart far Una aaaaaaattva to CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT Ic a ward ftr a ataffe aiwthay Indianapolis. Feb. lo. By what was said to be the most speedy Federal action of its kind ever taken, the United States government WedTO-DA- Y nesday "within a few hours ariested men ina majority of the fifty-fodicted for alleged complicity in a dynamite conspiracy spread wide cast over the country for six years. At the head of these arrests was Frank M. Ryan, president of the International Association of Bridge, and Structural Iron Workers. Many (J other officers, including Herbert S. Boy's and Misses Union Suits 25c Boy's Knee Suits and Knee Pants at To illustrate 40 per cent off on a lie Cotton Bats l their former price. grade' 15c and Ilockin. second $3.00 Shoe will make it cost you only $1.80 ',6c 12jc Flannelette Child's Bear Skin Coats $2 59 grade 1 59 A $2.00 Shoe and so on. The best $2.09 Men's Corduroy Pant Outing-Flanne.accessor to J. J. McXamnra, the Vzt Ladies' Velvet and Cordurov Tailor ...$1.00 forr convicted dynamiter, as secretary-treasur12C Cantou Flannel Made Suits, worth $20.1)0 for $7.50 SPECIAL ATTENTION Our former $3.00 Men's Corduroy of the union, was arrested Boy's and Misses' Ribbed Hose, ioc Ladies' Cloth Coats in Blacks and Having formerly handled Men's ready Pants for $1.50 . quality 6J4 C with Ryan in Indianapolis. Colors, worth up to $io for. $5.00 made clothing, we wish to discontinue The Best to be had, Men's Corduh Indies' Ribbed Underwear 25c qualSilk Velvet Cloaks Ladies' Reports from all over the country the liue. It would be useless for us to roy, former price $4.09 now $2.25 ity worth up to $20 for WzZ $8. CO showed aUo that five of the seven specify prices, we will only say this Men and Boy's Gloves at half their h Ladies' Caracal Cloaks Ladies' White Sweaters. 75c qualIf you need a suit come and be fitted iron (Workers' executive board mem former price. $6 75 worth $15 for ity 35c and make your own price. bers and a half dozen or more mem Big line of ready uiade'Skirts at One lot of Men's all wool pants, Men's 50c and 75c Sweaters 35c Wo arc also discontinuing the handling of former pries. bers were taken in custody. heavy weight, formerly sold at Men's Heavy Fleece Underwear 50c Men's and Bjy's Hats so if you are in need of Kztra large size Comforts, were $1.50 These officials and their 3jC $1.00 $2.50 at. quality r. one we will do the same as on clothing. Come now 75c Boy's Heavy Fleece Underwear 35c and be suited in one and make your own price. arc charged with violating inWe are also offering during this sale Rrade 17C One lot Comforts, former price $2.50 terstate shipment of explosives, Please remember that during this sale NO a discount of 40 per cent on all our heavy now $1.25 ?.5c New Jerseyj Top shirts, 50c graJe Any purchase if GOODS WILL BE CHARGED. which resulted from the activities weight Men's Women's and "Children's Boy s Jersey Tcp Shirts 50c grade . 23c Boy's and Children's Overcoats fornot sat isfactory, if returned the same day, we wil. of the MeNamaras and McManigal refund the money cheerfully without question. 15c Boy's 25c and 50c Caps mer price $3.50 now Shoes. $1.50 "dynamiting crew," who carried dynamite and nitroglycerine about the conn try in passenger trains. Al Ithc defendants arc chaiged with conspiring to further the scries of one hundred explosions which were directed by labor union officials against iron and steel conti ac la BSS39 tors and employers of bor. anests had Before noon thirtv-si- x been made. The most important move by the defendants on their arrest was to secure bond for their appearance fost-Offic- e here a'Mrch 12. In .some instances rue bond was fixed at $10,000 and in the aggregate the bonds required. it was said, would exceed $300,000 each gave $10,000 Ryan and Hoc-kiident Taft was endorsed with one eessor to f:il Judge If. II. Winn's between the Taft and Roosevelt for- Mr. Grinstead is a strong supporter bond and were relascd. John T ROOSEVELT 1.. hrst vice- ces in Kentucky, in order that the of Mr. Roosevelt for the Presidential But or. ot Buffalo. vote. Hint of A. T. Silor. unexpired' toim as chairman. faction having a majority may pre- nomination. mesident of the iron workers, ar The committee fixed April 10 of the Eleventh District, and a state Mr, Taft indorse- rested here, also was released on 4 holding the State Con- vail. date for' convention was called for April 30 WE IE ROOTED at Louisville to select the delegates vention to elect Kentucky's four Just before the meeting was call- ment resolution was then taken up. bond. natto Uie National Con- ed to order Senator IJradicy sum- Mr. A. T. Siler stated that the :n large to the Republican National Republican ional committee of the Don't fcrget we Keep that famous Convention. County mass; conven- vention, and, upon invitation of the moned the various Internal Revenue candiIn Meeting of Republican State CenYelicw Jacket Coal on hand sll the Louisville Convention and Publicity Colectors and memb'is of the com- party has not indorsed any tions Jo select the delegate1? to the time.. .Try it and you will be sat tral Committee, When President State Convention were called for League, elected Louisville as the mittee to his room and made it date, and ho urged it would he 'highCentral isfied. gathering. Disthe state con- ly improper if the State pliee for the known that he desired April 0. Taft is Endorsed With One which must supervise J. R. Martin Coal and Supply Co vention to he called some time cnily Committee, senting Vote. District Date Fixed Later Will Act as Chairman Welsh (Wed- - Fri) announced and precsrihe rules for a contest The date for holding tho county in .April. It was also . W. WJsh, of Danville, ! tIl!,t 1,a agreed that within the party, should declare their lJIr- - Mradley will remain at the head of and Di'cciuet' conventions to select Louisville, Ky., Feb. lo. The String Band concert at Vermilion committee pidfcreuce for any one candidate delegates to the district conventions no chairman of the state the committee until it is reorganized, Roosevelt men 'were routed Wednes& Long's every Saturday afternoon. .bo chosen at this meeting, for President. day in the meeting: oF the Republican following the State Convention, , will he fixed by t'he district commitCome. Mr. MeCullough spoke in defense All invited. but that Mr. Welch should continue "t!ie.-.- e State Central Ctmimitlee, when Pres no attempt was made to elect a uc- - tees, but according to custom. resolution, and said that it of the last named delegate probably will to pieside by proxy. SHOCKING SOUNDS to the was only a recommendation I Mr. R. C. Stoll held Ihe prox he chosen on the same date a that not in the way of voters and was In the earth are sometimes beard of which the delegates to the slate from the Seventh district, and Mr. dictation. W. D. Cochran held the proxy tf before a terrible earthqnake, that April (i. convention are elected, iMr. Stoll, of Lexington, spoke to II USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE Ninth. warn of the coming peril. Nature'? The district comcutions to name Mr. J. 15. nennett, of the the same effect. warnings are kind. That dull pain ,1 legates Mr. Combs Speaks to the national convention The vote was then taken and 'the or aehe in the back, warns you the will be held according to the Mr. ComW resolution.' or rathei MeCullough resolution prevailed. would call of the respective district com- his suggestions for resolutions bj Every member of the committee vot- Kidneys need attention if you . maladies. escape those dangerous mittees, probacy the day before ihe the slate committee, weic then read, ing except Mr. Siler. Dropsy, Diabetes or Brigbt's disst:ite convention meets. and Mr. Combs then made a spoec'i ease. Take Electric Bitters at once ' Cotton Seed Meal just received, lo t!io situation, urging that piccinet Bradley Leads For Taft fly and all your conventions he held for the selec- try one sack for the cow and see il and see backache - who cam;' Senator W. O. Bradley,best feelings return. "My son retions of delegates and that the stale you den't get more milk. all the way from Washington to e for convention be held not earlier than J. R. Martin Coal and Supply Co. ceived great 'benfit from their the meeting marshalled the Taft kidney and bladder trouble," writes (Wed- - Fri J forces and rigorously excluded all Juno 1 . Rockwood. Peter Pondy, South , ''The reason I ask for a late conbut his supporters from any promt-A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS Mich., "It is certainly a great kidHOSPITAL MEETING vention," said Mr. Combs, "is belent position in the Taft organizaney nedicinc." Try it. 50 cents cause 1 believe that if the state conAS A LOCOMOTIVE THE SAME tion. It became known befoie the All interested in Hospital moveat All Druggists. vention is withheld until June 1 all meeting that 'Mr. "Bradley was pressment are requested to. meet at the TO A TRAIN. ing upon the State Committee Uie reasons for a fight in Kentucky will lecture room of the Methodist TO QUIT BUSINESS. calling of an early convention Isold be removed, for it will be established Everyone knowning themselves inevening at half will church Thursday befi re the Presidential campaign by that time that Mr. Rooevelt debted to us will please call and setpast seven o'clock. has begun to shape itself. yMr. certainly be the nominee of our This is a general meeting for all tle, or be prepared to settle upon I venture P.radlcy was also understood to have party and not (Mr. Taft. who are working for this presentation .of account, as we are will parties selected "Taft leaders'' in every the prediction that Mr. Roosovet IUi"U'i TTlir,'i7tflT"'nTlTli"i' good cause. A nevy important pro- going out of business in the next few Congressional district in the state carry Pennsylvania in the Republi- position is to be brought up and a days. 5P and to have relieved the Republicans can primaries by 2,000.000 that he large attendance is urged. Anyone having accounts against of all these districts of the task of will get more votes in Ohio than Mr. the firm will please present them and selecting delegates to the national Taft, and that he trill certainly be WONT .LIMP NOW. ' HE receive payment. the nominee at Chicago. convention at Chicago. , & HUGHES. more limping for Tom Moore, Xo POWELL Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct person atten"All that the Roosevelt men in of Cochran, G.r "I bad a bad sore lion. Leslie Combs, of Lexington, tion and prompt service. is safeguard to pro- one my instep that nothing seemed was present at the meefbg as the Kentucky ask All we ask ia a.n opportunity to serve yon thai wa may prov tect our party contents from unfair to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! the quality of ont hanking service. recognized leader for Mr. Roosevelt. ' We iavite you to call and see os When in need of any meal don't the meeting was play of any kind.' Salve," lie writes, "but this wonderThe feature of Mr. Grinstead For Roosevelt ful ihealer soon cured me." 'Heals forget that we have the old fashIlia speech made by Mr. Combs, as IFonner' Mayor James F. Grinstead old, running sores, ulcers, boils, ion water mill stones and do custom the 'Roosevelt leader, urging the .State Central Committee to instruct of Louisville, was among those pres- burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite Near Court Honwv Corser ICaia and South Court Street. ho various county committees to ent who 'listened with great interest Try it Only 25 cents at All Dmg- - David Gay's warehouse, on corner Winchester, Ky. -- ss Winn avenue. take steps that fair play be granted to the observations of Mr. Combs. gists. ur 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. Bead a FEW of our offerings and judge for yourself. Yeiy Best Comfort on the market, former price $3.50, now Frank M. Ryan, President of The fte. a wari lac aaaa Mrtfaa. Association of International Bridge and Structural rrcn Work- ICs a wari par BMath. Seattarai iaaarUaaf, la ers, is First. ciats. Nathtof abaraai far has Una IS TRACY HHP STQKELY A BARGAIN. t .....: $1.75 I - If sold at once; house of 4 rooms,; cistern gas. outbuildings rents at $10 per month; here is a chance to net 10 per cent on your lot HOxloO; l. J 'c vice-pieside- nt 7C investment. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES GOLD FISH er 54-inc- Special sale at Bean's News Stand Friday and Saturday. See add on Page three. 52-iuc- FRESH FISH at J. W. Hollar's, Friday and Saturday. Both phones. ROOMS FOR RENT Apply at 136 College .street, or call Home phone 341. bed, new. 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 elseyhere. jH jjjjjj FOR SALE A folding Apply to 13G College Home phone 341. street, or LOST A Citizens Bank cheek book between Citizens Bank building and Matlaek's Warehouse on Winn W. O. Brock. avenue. FOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas and cistern. Home phone 66 6r apply at No. 116 North Highland. -tf non-uni- No. 7 S. Main Street, Opposite JUDAH & FELD, hc STORE Proprietors ' FOR RENT20 acres of first-clacorn land, near the city. Tennessee phone 164. ss Call WANTED Ycur.g men wanting a musical education at very little cost should join Modern Woodmen of America Band and Orchestra. Wk For particulars apply Geo. H. Mackie, at Barnes' Groeery or Dr. E. R. Bush, president, Fraternity Building. FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, tb best on the market; yards on West Bioadway. Clark County Construction Company. 11-28- -tf FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and cockrels. Home phone 813-A. -tf u, Insure In STROTEER'S a-- OLD RELIABLE nm 1 " FIRE INSURANCE ASID REAL ESTATE AGENCY Vfflca Frattrnttv Mte. 115 HIGH A T .1I-.- 0 J. M. STEVENSON Attamey-atLa- w 60 S. Main St. E. E. LO0M1S Winchastar. Ky. at-Jc- u-- Auctioneer McEldawney IwMtaf, Ky. Winchester, PENDLETON, BUSH Attorneys-at-Law L BUSH A. LYNN PERRY TheSew Depositor 5th Floor McEldowney Buildiaf Winchester, Ky. RomPMmTN. (HSMftfiirt j DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. riftk WINCHESTER, KY. nr Jtcncnmy MMlaf .DRINK Citizens Nations! Bank RoxdXola "MOKE THAN WCT" 1 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. I?. t 7 -