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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 17, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912021701_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 17, 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. LAST EDITION "5 L : THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1912. whiskey to James Humphries, one of which had been bought by Humphries for Frank M. Thomasson and was delivered to him in the presence of Sheriff Ed. D. Smith. Accompanying the Sheriff were .Deputy Sheriff Olilligan Fleming, Chief of Police James MeNally and Night aWtcliman Charles Morgan, who raided the soft drink establishment of Mr. Luke under the Wellington Hotel, where it is alleged three barrels of Sam Clay whiskey, bottled in bond, wecr found. These were in pint and half pint bottles. Attorney Llewellyn F. Sinclair represented the defense and City Attorney B. M. Lee the Commonwealth. WEATHER Threatening Weather probably turning to rain Saturday night or Sunday. 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK VOLUME 7; No. 102. will be made A CORRECTION Merchants uy nearly twice as much for space in tfje Democrat as in other papers published in the connty. Winchester Democrat. The above statement is untrue. The advertising contracts of The Winchester News are open for inspection to prove it so. We make one price to all. CAUL C. ROBDIXS, Business and Advertising Mana-agWinchester News. cr country would avoid further high ternoon, and he wil be introduced to cost of living troubles. "The question of 1'Iood prevention the assembly by Senator Arnett. Lieutenant Governor McDenmott will is fast reaching a .stage where levpreside at the joint meeting and the ees will no longer answer, and the big show comes off at the hotel at adoption by Congress of a proper at 1 o'clock in the af- night. The somker will be given by Governor Harmon's friends aml there will be impromptu speeches by Governor James B. MeCreary, Lieutenant Governor McDermott, former Governor J. C. W. Beckham, Judge Rogers Clay, Commonwealth's Attorney Robert Franklin, Representative Harry A. Sehoberth, Representative C. B. Thompson and Senator E. E. Hogg. river regulation policy has become a v necessity. MAN AT FORD HANGS HIMSELF SOLDIER Isaac Cole McClanahan DIES Uses Trace Mr. Henry Hall, of Sideview, Died Chain From Plow to Accomplish Rash Deed. Was in III Health. Friday. Leaves an Estate Valued Isaac Cole MeCmnahan hanged Around $150,000 himself at Ford in this county, and the body was discovered by his Mt. Steiling. Ky., 17. Henry Hall, daughter-in-laMrs. Virgil 3fc. of Sideview, this county, died Friday Clauahan, at about 4::$0 Friday afternoon after several weeks' oi! morning. partial paralis, which developed a McClanahan was nlwut 00 years few days ago. Mr. Hall was of age and made his home with hi bachelor and was a native of Powell at "son, Mr. Virgil McClanahan, county. Ford. He had been despondent from He was, 07 years old and had been ill hdalfh for a long time. living in this county many year.--. His son ivas erecting a "smal saw Mr. Hall possessed at the time of his mill near Burt & Brabb's lunmbei about 000 acres of land and yards, and this place was chosen dearh considerable money loaned out. by the father for his rash act. A had His estate is estimated "at $150,000. trace chain was used as a rope. a Union soldier and served Squire Andy Dykes conducted an He was through the war, being a member of inquest over the body with the folthe Grand Army post in this city. lowing result: He was the last of a large family "February 16, 1912. known "We, the jury, find the body before of brothers and was widely section of. (lie state. 'of Isaac Cole iMcCIan-aha- in this and that he came to his death toy hanging himself near the KenGENERAL tucky river, in Clark connty, just "fiehat , n, MIRTH evi"Wef the jury, find from the dence that the rash act was caused from unsound mind and bad health. "S. M. KIXG, "S. B. SMITH, "A. B. VAUGHN, "WILLLVM HOLDER, "S. E. CADES, "R. C. CUNNINGHAM." IS RELIEVED States. "We ro going to make the National Drainage Congies so big a success that it will attract the attention of the entire country, and with the entire country behind us we will go to Congress and ask for what we need and what we must have in order to make the 75,000,000 acres of wet lands north, south, cast and west produce Hie food the The promoters of the banquet are people must have and and the compreparing to make the smoker as merce that t'!ic country will require big an event as was the dollar din- to maintain its trade supremacy." "Irrigation has made immense ner given to Governor Woodrow Wilareas in the West prosperous. son. Drainage will provide homos for more than 1,000,000 farmer families, increase the food supply of the IMPORTANCE country and decrease the general cost of living. River regulation will 1NAGE render dry lands as well as wet and cultivata-blclands habitable IVmncratic votes in the South goi irrigation for the people of the George H. Maxwell Has Taken West, and the people of tho West of-- . stand icady and willing to aid the Charge Wcrk of Organizing people of the South and of all of People in Fight for Irrigation. Iho wet land states of tho country to secure the assistance of Congress New Orleans. Feb. i5. Geo. II. in taking the surplus water off theii .Maxwell, the man who organized the The manufacturers of the lands. people of the dry west in their suc- East, in working for the drainage cessful campaign to secure national of the, wet lands will be doing nothirrigation, has taken charge of thr ing less than opening up new and work of organizing the people of the piosporous markets for their wet delta for their fight for drainage His object is to make The National Drainage Congress, which is to he 5 held in New Orleans April a big enough success to attract the at tention of the country at laiire to the T heaper cost of living side to the drainage of the 75.000,000 acres of wet lands in 40 states in so forceful Will Speak at as Many Points as ind potential a manner as to bring Possible in Race Against Cantrili Congress into close touch with the In Seventh District. drainage problems of the United OFDRA 10-11- UY NTEREST IN COAL MINE Mr. W. R. Thomas Purchases Half Interest in Big Hill Coal Mine, at Pineville. Lexington, Ky.. Feb. 17. Mr. R. Iu Thomas, of this city, has bought half interest in the Big Hill coal mine af Pineville. Mr. Thomas went to Winchester Friday afternoon and Vslpsed the deal with Henry Clay Thompson of that city. The main office of the firm will be in the Lexington City National Bank building. They will do wholesale business exclusively. The mine has a capacity of 500 tons a day. FORMER SALOONKEEPER is mm in scon Mr. Maxwell ha' jrganized the inercnants and ous.aess men oi aew Of His Office on His Own Applica Orleans under 10!) chairman; the tion, And It is Approver by The householders of New Orleans under special committee; the railroads President. the hotels; the land men and other Feb. 17. Adjutant branches of civic life, all pledged to Washington, General Fred C. Aiusworth, who was put their shoulders to 'the wheel and busirelieved of his office on charges as- turn the maohiiwiy of their ness to account in a coordinate plan sumed to be those of conduct dele to good order and discipline, to draw a minimum of 10,000 gates to the National Drainage Con Friday, was placed on the retired list gress, New Orleans April 10-1This on his own application. l. He is also organizing a national the posiblity of a President Taft approved Gen- movement, with general headquar eral Aaiusworth application because ters in Chicago :::id divsision head years of quarters in New Orleans, Pittsburg of the officer's thirty-seve- n uid Los Angeles to sustain and carsemce. ry out the Avoik that will be done by Friends of General Aaiusworth in ' the oHuse of Representatives, who the National Drainage Congress. lescnlcd the charge that the Adju This organization is to be known as Associa tant General had been surreptitiously the National Reclamation membership of giving information to the Military lion. A minimum Missis- Affairs Committee, were planning to 1000 will be seeu.ed in the si uni Vallev. which will report to institute a thorough investigation in F,ast to the War Department. Chairman New Orleans; 1000 in tho io Pittsburg; 1000 Hay of the eonmnttee, declared Fri- which will report Los day night that, so far as flic was con in tho West, which will report n corned, the officer's decision ended Angeles. Tn this way the New land's River the agitation in Congress. Regulation bill, which stores ilr. Ilopds- at the headwaters of the riv ers, supplying water for irrigation GOVERNOR where needed and flood prevention in the lower rivers, will be pushed J UDSON HARMON th rough' Congress. Other necessary will be devised and its passage urged upon the federal Con prej-sidical 3. prc-cnldcourt-martia1 - Wili be Tenered a Smoker Jeff Luke, ef Geogretown, is Fined $160 and Cest for Selling Liquor In Lecal Option Territory. at Frank gress and State legislatures, and the full scope of the movement will be placed before the people of the country in its true meaning. In discussing his plans, Mr. Max fort on Tuesday, When he Ad dresses general Assembly. Frankfort. Ky.. Feb. 17. Gover Gc0rgi(towu, Ky., Feb. 17. Jeff nor Harmon, of Ohio, will be enter Luke, a former saloonkeeper hero, tained at a smoker when he ccmes to was fined $100 and costs in Scott this city next Tuesday to addres? Circuit Court Friday for celling the members of the General Assem avhtskdv in fxscal bption "tfenftnyy bly. The Committee on Entertain Tli oase was annealed from fhc low- - ( ment of Governor Harmon, thrausrh ,i cr court when he was given a fine of its chairman, SenatoiL. W. Arnett, I of Covington, Friday made public $60 and 40 days in jaiL According to the testimony offer- - the program of entertainment. d, Mr. Luke sold three piu4iTjrfThe speech of Governor Harmon . - said: "Irrigation has proved so highly beneficial, that the people of the United States will look with favor on the big drainage policy that the Nabionnl Drainage Congress will launch here April "Agricultural lands have 'become scarce,,aud 75,000,000 acres of high ly fertile wet lands must soon be well 10-13. made available to the plow if the Lexington. Ky.. Feb. 17. Mrs. "Florence LMcii)ow-.-l- l iShelby, widow of the late Thomas Hart Shelby, of Mr. John T. Shelby and mother of other well known Lexington men of the sanie name, jo.l .ne of Kentucky.-- ; mo-- t prominent families, iHed at her home. Frid.i.-nigh- t at 11:40 oYloek. 'Mis. Shelby-wa- s vote "of 78 to 0. 7:t years old and her death was 9 due to an attack of nppolexy, which 'flic passage of this Mil was s5io sufl'eicil Thursday evening. hardaficr one of the Mr.-;-. Shelby had suffered considlights of the suasion, as a strong est will do so. erably during tho lat few weeks with insurance lubby has been here since "I cannot believe that .any large the bill was introduced to fiurlit it and vhenir.atism and honit trouble, but number of Democrats in the district Friday in the Houe Representative the attack of apoplexy was unlooked will permit themselves to be disfranMeyeis, author of the House bill, for. and her death was a great shock chised by reason of this premature stated on the iloor that an attempt to members and friends of the fiunily Children Had Been Summoned call for the primary, but I do believe had been made to bribe him to stop this Her c; Her illness 'can-e- d will brave the severities of using his efforts to have the hi!! tCiat they neces-ar- y, of.hor o'lildien several week-- ; in their depassed. the season, if uho were iiil'iinii: i! The bill, having already passed ago, while oteie-rtermination to see that justice is party the Senate, will become a law when by telegraph of the troke of apo- done and the welfare fo the signed by Governor McCrtary. Tho ploy had icavhed her hcdiiide when served." measure was fathered by the Louis- iho end came. Mrs. 'Shelby was .Miss (Florence ville oBafd of Tradev ANOTHER BiG SALE OF McDowell aid she was married to Two Sessions in Each House . held Mr. Thomas Hart Shelby, a grand- The Senate and olluse each POOLED TOBACCO MADE two sesisons Friday, all the time of son of Governor Isaac Shelby, the s the Senate being devoted to the con - ,fi!st Governor i f Kentucky. Be-itMr. John T. Shelby. No. X flier stcp-sosidcration of Senate Bill Broker Theodore Kirk Purchaser of which is the bill of Senator Bos- - son. Mr. George S. Shelby, died a she is survived by ten children and 5,750 Hogsheads at Price Around worth providing for state aid for One rn.-- l mnils. Tlit S(nntn was in the ' a number of srrandchildren.' 17 Cents. considering ; number of years ago. Committee of the Whole The Surviving Children ibis measure and hdjonmed with Cincinnati, O., Feb. 17 The Bur-e- y ibout half of the bill completed. The surviving children are Mr. Tobacco Society of Kentucky The House passed a number of Thomas Hart Shelby, of Lexington, through its officials, at a meeting bills most of them of only local im- - i Mrs. Mary . Shelby, of Lexington, held here Friday, closed a deal with nortance. Mr. Walalce McDonwell Shelby. Theodore Kirk, a broker of CincinHouse ad- - Lexington. Mrs. Elizabeth Post, of Both the Senate and N. Y.; Mrs. Fannie Mat- j Kingston. nati and Covington, Kentucky, by Journed until Monday. I thews, which 5,750 hogsheads, or between of Huntsville. Ala.: Mi Keller Captures an Apepal fivo and six millions pounds, of th" When the House convened fqr the Florence McDowell Shelby, of 1900 pooled tobacco was sold at a session Mr. Chnnn moved ington: Mrs. Alice Riddcll. of Irvine, price said to be around 17 cents. that when tho House adjourn it ad- Ky.: Mr. Edwin B. Shelby, of Tho tobacco was purchased it if- journed until Monday. Speaker Charleston, h. I.: Mi's vwiue A.iei- Fiankfort, Ky.. Feb. 17. Repre belieed for a New York firm. The Terrell held that the rule adopted by by. of Charleston. S. t.. anil .Mrs. sentative Harry A. Sehoberth, ot lot purchased will wipe out the entire the House provided that only the or- - W. V. Richardson, of Lexington, Woodford county, made his foimal hold' :gs of the Rurley grades known ders of the day could be considered innouucciment Friday for the Demo as D. in the afternoon sessions, and Hon. in cratic nominution for Congie-- s Ar.nther big deal is pending which John W. Holland appealed from the this district. ' . will take up more of the Burlcy 1909 decision of the chair. Mr. Keller in- Scho- In his announcement Mr. 17. Ciittlc 'Feb. but sisted that the House get down to pooled tobacco, of which there is Jbitfn:ii. berth puts it up to the Democrats ot 5,000,000 or 0,000,000 pounds left. business, and went to the clerk and Steady on gcod: dull to weak and the Ashland District to say wether 10c lower 6n medium and common; Mr. Kirk thus far is perhaps Jhf took the appeal from ihs hand. they believe the action of the District larg st single man purchaser of Bur-le- y good deal of shippers 5.50((i (.75. choice to extra This action caused a Committee in calling the primary for tobacco on record, having taken merriment, as it was all done in tho .Jb'.85(a'7: butcher steers, extra .ftl.lO March 1G was fair or whether it was over something IS.OOO.OOC Sest of feeling. W. A". Perry moved (i?0..",50. good to choice ;s5.25(rfi, like alled with a view to insure the nom- - poni'ds from the Hurley Society Miat the House Rules be amended so common to fair $I.'J5((75, heifers, nation to one certain candidate. 'hat. the House may ha able to ad- - extra .l.005. good to choice ?!.50 since December 5. Mr. Schoberth will speak a t as iourn to a time certain. This mo- (hYi.35, common to fair .34.25: many possible points m the district good to ehoico tion was carried after much debate. cows, extra is it is possible for him to reach m LEXINGTON TO LOOK common to fair .?1.75((i Schcoihcuse Bill Passed. the short time left until the datevof balls consid- .i.5.75, canners .?l.'50-2JTThe House then began the the Cantrili primal y. iMZOi bolognas 6AS SITUATION eration of oHuse Bill No. 1J.1. INTO slow and lower; Mr. Schoberth's Announcement by .Mr. Scott, providing for .fl.S5. evtia $1.0fif5. fat bulls ..75 The announcement of Mr. Scho tho use of school bouses during va- (i.?5.25; inilob cows ea.sy and slow. Committee Appointed to Investigate berth. in pa it. follows: Calves JSlow and 25(?50c lower: cation periods by any lawful edtica- vigor r extra .S.25(j7S.50. fair to good fG "I shall make as active and After Hearing Company's Fran- Itionul. . religious, political, ciil if (ItS. common and large !?:5.50(u'7.50. ous a campaign as it is possible for igncultrat assemmy. chise Can Not be Attacked. time alamendment Hogs Active and strong. 1015e ,ue to make in the limited Mr. Kelly offered an iroviding that school houses must iie higher, selected heacy shippers $0.-1lowed byjthe Crwmitiec. It is not my Lexington, Ky., Feb. 17. At r. turned back swept, cleaned and in (f !.J5. god to choii-- e packers and rnirnnsn In erillOLSe the action Ol a in oilliv i mixed packets majority of tho Committee reting of citizens aim members ot is good condition as when loaned for butcher at such an the Comemreial Club Friday night :: the use of assebmles. The amend- - $0.30(5. 10. stags $:i(35. common to ;.ho primary so eaily, and inconvenient time for the voters of resolution providing for a thorough ment was lost. Tho bill passed 7li choice heavy f.it sows .4.25(5.S5, the district; for it has always been investigation into tue naunai gas to 0- -. lislt Uppers $5.75 K.25. pigs (110 without com- situation in Lexington was adopted it,s and less) i.2.i(tf.i.(). my custom to snbmit Tuberculosis Bill is Passed Sheep Steady: extra .?3.fij3.75. Houso Bill 2.'io, the Douglas bill. plaint to the actions of the constitu- after Colonel R. A. Thornton bar But told of the eonrpjiiy's profits averagTu- - good to choice 253.ti0, common creating the Kentucky" Board of ted authorities of the parly. me to call upon ing $100,000 a year for the first 'icrciilosis Commissioners, and it is necesasry for to fair $1.251!. vearlings $4.25( who underCap$15,000 annually to a.i.,i. the Democratic voters, three years of its existence and stand the situation, and urge them tain John Tonkin, of Oil City, Pa.. bo used by that commission to proIaiii'is Steady: extra .0.Ci) of the had told of the efforts of the com- mote the building of a sanitarium, .s.75, good to choice .JGCGO, comnot to allow the shortness time or the inclemency of the sea- pany to met the extra demand upon .vas discussed at some length. Mr. mon to fair .r4.25( 0.90. son to prevent them from casting its lines for gas during the cold Keller for it and Mr. Chunn against, ' their votes in the prima the bill received 50 votes. Twenty- weather of the pats two months. meeting six voted against its passage. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY For Democrats to Decide Attorneys reported to the and Tho House next considered "It is for you to decide, not for that the franchise of the :ompany the me to sav, whether the majority of could not bo distuibed but that any passed Senate Bill 40, givjivj THE LYRIC be Commisiouer of the Court of Ap- the Committee, m calling the early- excessive charge for gas could A man in a Taxi. (Lubin.) primary were influenced by consid- - remedied if proran. Nothing was peals a stenographer. ' Little Injun. (Selig.) eration of the welfare and best in- - said about any reduction in the bills Apt Definition. Ranch Girl's Teriible. .Mistake. terests of tlfe Democratic party or j for January, which ranged in Lexing- A gentleman being !a company with (Pathe.) by theirMcsire to make sure, if pos- ton from 25 to 100 per cent .higher the earl ot Chatham was'asked by his sible, tlhe renortiir.ation of the present than in December. TJie committee lordship 'for his definition ot wit. A new ..nwlern; built incumbent of the office, by preventing 'to. investigate the situation will be "Wit," he replied. myjlmri i Is what FOR RENT a pension would e,' .inm 'by your centrally located;- posseshouse tho entry into the race of any other '.named later. tordshln to your hiiirtliservant Apply to sion middle of aiarc-h- . Demorcat to oppose him. good thins well News office. Bobbins at There are those who believe, in WINCHESTER tnEA-JiiueT- jLE - of the fact that the General Assembly now in 6essinn has been practically sure to piss a 'general primary law to relieve candidates of the gerat expense and burden of entrance fees, that it would have been better for this committee to wait the action of tho General Assembly which will givo ample time to make all nominations for the next November election. Impresses Duty cn Democrats "1 shall speak in as many plaeo- ,.J1.1 .. uu r.. . mill or- ULtvil .is 11 ilia l. jrussilii. between now and the primary, biil I must appeal to those who favor my candidacy to help me the, best they can to meet the difficulties of so short a campaign and to ifupress upon the Democrats of the district their duty in eclning t the polls. I have no fear of the result, if they .view . BILL UP TO MCCREARY FLORENCE SHELBY DIES AT LEXINGTON Widow of Grandson of First Governor of Commonweah Passes Away Aged 73 Years. House Passes it 78 to 6 in Spite Fight on Measure by Interests iFrankfort, Ky., Feb. 12. Notwithstanding the fight made upon Senate Bill '21 by the insurance in' terests this measure, whieui provides for a State Insurance Commission to regulate all insurance rates except life insurance in this state, was passed Friday by the House by a step-moth- . U a. on - -- ' . 0 .fli.-lO- 0.-1- USS?! JA - j - " M'M 111 r r THE WINCHESTER HEWS. Trig WINCHESTER NE1S Redmon, May Goff, Charles C. Clarke, Jlin .T. Collins. Thomas J. Judy, James 'Wade, H." S. Caywcod Swtt Main-Stree- t, tfto, JWrlir and William Gay was apjJinted to The jjn over ihe proposed route. Winchester, Kentucky. cr.rnmittce walked over t lie route fror.i Noith iMiddletovvn to Gorouton, Daily, Except Sunday. in Clark coutny, a distance of twelve matter, miles. "Entered as second-clas- s November 28, 1908, at the postoffiee sa Winchester, Kentucky, under the TELL US HOW WE CAN ' let of Mnreb 3, 1879.' IMPROVE THE DAILY NEWS FEEDING COW WHOLE GRAINS Inadvisablllty of Ration Has Demonstrated by Experiment tions and Owners. . Been Sta- w We TOnt to come as near to making The News what the people of Wni 'lies tor and Chirk county want SUBSCRIPTION RATES: itto be as possible. We have often By Mail. thought that if we could talk with Daily, one year $3.00; our .ssjjciibeis, all of them, fiankly 1.50 j Six Months and freely we could gee out a bet.25 One. Month ter newspaper. We would take it as Payable in Advance. a favor if our readers wonlditell us how we may improve the paper, .in MVERTISINI 1ATU: want we are deficient from their JMsplfij"-P- ir towl view-poisind what we may publifh bo Km, any aditioB... ....... 9 .it that they do not cam to mid. We . .60 will appreciate any criticism of that Tkr tutea, within oh 1.00 character and do our best to carry Dm waek, continuously Om calendar mo- -, eontinnouidy- - 3.00 out any suggestion tending to nnjkc Few weeks, 4 tines m weak. . . . 2.40 The News a "more readable, paper Fear weeks, thr3 time sa week. 1.80 and more satisfactory to its friends. TMiirceks, two liases a week.. L2C Send in your suggestions frankly RMAflf NstieM Par Line: and freely, not necessarily for publi.75 cation, dint in order that we may Few weeks, on tints a week "see ourselves as others see ns,'' for BatineM notices, body reading, news heading... 15c after all therein lies the true test of Pva Tkraa continuous insertions of E&mt a newspaper. We shall take Mish S) rate. li'ltic-isnisaa 'frienrlly fttm at double the one-tucr.mc on with them. Clanged Per Went: nt, Both Phones 91. rak. It" is seldom advisable to feed whole grain to dairy cows. This has been demonstrated time and time again, both by experiment stations and individual dairy men and farmers. The animals cannot make as good use of whole grain as of grain that has been ground. The Michigan station has furnished some exact data on the subject that are worth attention. The work was very carefully done and the results reported as follows: When whole corn was fed to cows 22.75 per cent passed through them unmasticat-ed- ; when fed to heifers. 10.77 per cent., and when fed to calves. G.2S per cent When whole oats was fed to cows, 12.06 per cent passed" through them unmasticated; when fed to heifers, 5.48 per cent, and when fed to calves. 2.98 per cent Whole corn 'and oats not masticated when fed to cows, 26.45, per cent; to heifers. 17.50 per cent, ind calves 5.78 per cent. Chemical analysis showed practically the same composition of grain before feeding. Therefore it is safe to conclude that the animal derives no benefit from grain which passes through the digestjve tract unmasticated. The results show two things: First, that feeding whole grain to cows and heifers is a very wasteful practice; sec--" ond, that the younger animals arc more capable of masticating their feed than older ones. -- SIS BOTTLE: WITH Device A CREAM NEW WALL PAPERS NOW PLANT STAND FOR A WINDOW One That Can Be Moved EasiTy Is At ' ways In Demand Can Be Con- structed by Handy Person. ARRIVING. TAP SEE JAMES JONES Fop Latest Designs an3 At Very Lowest SPrices. is Extremely Simple, Differing Only by, Having Lateral Neck Tube Worked Easily. y A plant stand that can be moved When unskimmed milk is delivered to the consumers in the usual type of easily is always in demand by whoaccompany- bottle, the cream forms a layer floating on tlie milk, says the Scientific American. In pouring out the contents of the bottle they, are necessarily more or less disturbed and mingled. To provide a bottle that shall be free ever grows flowers. The ing design can be constructed by anyone handy with tools. It should be made'fin a substantial manner, for Last Season's Papers Greatly Reduced No. 19 and 21 E. Broadway A Homemade Plant Stand. CAGE FOR DRYING MILK CANS Proper Way to Purify Utensils Is to InverfThem in Pure Air Gcreened-lRoom Best. n typ...7c ne s at. Om insertion, any edition Hum insertions continuously .. lc 2e THE PRISON COMMISSION BILL. Etch tkree additional insertions. c Dm calendar bo., continuously. .10o The,,Xcws wants to be perfectly Totking counted less than 18 words. fair in its discussion of the actions No item charged aa boobr for of the Legislature. In the first 1mm than i& cents. place that is the honest cour.--e to : X pursue. In the second place The REPRESENTED FOR FOKEIGH iiS News is an independent newspaper ADVERTISING BY THE and not inclined to partisanship. In the third place only the truth in the news or eidtorial columns will count CFFICES KZV7 YORK At tO CHICAGO and the pabhc soon "gets onto'' a '.RANCHES i:i AL'. THE PRINCIPAL. CITIES paper tsiat does not tell the truth. When that happens such a newspaWHAT WILL CLARK COUNTY DO per soon loses any influence it may : .; The article below Courier-Journa-- i.-- t copied from rev . l, that and the if Bourbon county has never bjen awake beforo to tlie advantage? that would come to it if the new line oF tl'.e L. & X. i built by way of North Qliddletown, it is certainly awake to the situation now. Several months t ft ' ago Clark county people were interested to a man in doin;r everything they could to induce the L. & throujrh N. to build its double-trac- k out through Irvine Winchester and . to the coal fields. The people' of thi county are just as interested now a they were then, 'hut n certain kind of lethargy has taken hold of thrai, and this article shows very plainly, that, if we don't get up and hustle, we will wake up one of ther-- bright mornings ar.d find in the city newspapers the official statement, that wo are not on the new line. The worlc of securing options "through Clark county is programing, v and uio- -t of the landowners aia helpThe platform on which the Deming the plan along by submitting lair ocrats were returned to power in y. propositions for tV Kentucky at the November election The declared in plain tenns for a but home of ibem aie not. spirit of the Noith Middlciown peoPrison Commission and the ple and the Bombon people is shown taking of the prisons out of politics. by this article: We hope that such a bill will yet be passed by both houses and that it Paris, Ky.. Feb. IS. (Special) Citizens of North Qliddletown, tbi? will be signed by the Governor. No county, and the city have gone to partisan body, howewver good may work in earnest to secure the exten- lie the intentions of its members, can sion of the Louisville & Nashville conduct the prisons without . the railroad through the southeastern baneful influence of politics creeping end of the county and on into the into their appointments and tJiis was the chief, f3It found with the pre.;-a- f coal field. Board. Chief Engineer L. P. Bell, of Staunton, Va. who was sent icre by Rest In Solitude. the Louisville &- - Nashvile to assiM The fl a requisite In resting Is to "in .securing the right of way between be alone. Every human being is more Paris and Hedges Station, in Clark-count- or less of an irritation. One must get away to his room or to the woods: As feels greatly encouraged. At a meeting, of North iMiddlstown near as possible one must secure, solitude and Mlence; for it is in the heart citizens, which was attended by a of what shallsw people call loneliness ' largo number of land owners and dat there is found the fountain of reothers instercsted iii the. project, freshment and a new birth or joy in' Com-mi-sioe v right-of-wa- have and We believe tiiat the bill that pas-e-- 1 the Ilou.--e at Frankfort providing for a Prison Commission of.ti parti.-a- n character in its personnel is an unwise men It is our opinion thai it will the building up of just such a mnehii.e as that which ed from the administration of the prisons by thp present commission. (Messrs. Blown, Fogg and are all pleasant gentlemen and wiili t they have done in- scekjtig to perpetuate the power of their commission is jn.--t what anybody else would have done under the same circumstance.- - and just what would be done if a partisan Prison aie to take their plavc, even Sy apointmcnt of tlie Governor. It will simply be putting a powerful machine in the' hands of the Governor rather than in the hands of the Legislature and we, for one, fail to see how the conduct of the prisons will be improved by the change. ly :. re-ult- I believe the proper way to purify Milk Bottle With a Cream Tap. V milk utensils is to invert them in pure air. For a long time our method was from this defect is the purpose of reto turn the cans and pails over pegs cent patents here illustrated. The Is extremely simple, resembling set in the ground outside the barn, in- general outline the customary milk says a writer in the Farm and Home. The chickens were always scratching bottle, from which it differs by having a lateral neck formed about the point where the bottle reaches its largest diameter. Through this neck, a curved tube of glass, paper or other suitable material is inserted, being free to slide in and out a certain distance, or to rotate about its axis. Both necks are closed with paper lids in the vsual way. Tho operation of the device is so straightforward as to aardly require explanation. When it is desired to draw off the top layer of the cream the curved tube is turned with' its Inner end directed upward. If cream from a lower layer is required, the Clean Place to Air Utensils. tube is turned accordingly. In transit, up dirt about them and very often it the tube is pushed in as far as it will was necessary to wash some of the go, to protect it against injury. utensils a second time. Finally we built a ccreencd-iroom near the big door in the barn. Tho APPLYING LIME WITH DRILL door was open most of the time, so the utensils got plenty of air. They Success Made by Removing Rubber Pipes or Hose and Cast-Iro- n were put on pegs inside of this room Boxes Gauge Regulates. wore kept away and cats from them entirely. I think some day Formerly my neighbors, as well as we shall move this cage out of doors. I, have had trouble with the lime clogging the rubber pipes or hose, and Separator Milk. boxes or cups to Separator milk is a good pig feed, even tho cast-iroa perfect pig feed by any which the rubber hose is attached. So but not means, and unless cornmeal and mid- this year we removed the whole, rubboxes or cups and all, dlings or ground oats is fed in thick bers, cast-iroslop, pigs are liable to drink so much and let the lime pour down In small streams from each opening , as milk that fermentation takes place in open,1.. JI.1 .1 I. ... . . their stomachs instead of normal di- luv nab uisna yusucu 11 uul ui nit? icith tillzer box. It is a perfect success gestion taking place, with the result that they bfott up and die. Don't put and the gauge' can be set to spread medicated salt in the drink of a pig. from 500 to 900 pounds per acre. The It may do to mix some in his meal, time drops right down around the by them. but the best way is to mix the salt hoes and is partly covered crosswise, with ashes and. some charcoal and let Then we harrow the land then drill in the, wheat with 250 pounds the pig eat it at will. of 14 per cent acid phosphate per acre, put alike both on the four acres that have been limed and the four acres that have not been limed. The experiment costs little besides the $5.70 per ton that the lime costs, laid down at our station, and "I want to know, don't ye know," whether there 'Is anything in lime for clay land like mine which is already quite rich from the glacial do-vic- IF n when weighted down with' pots It will be subject to considerable strain when moved, and a Ilirasy framework would soon come apart and the stand collapse, plants and all. Of course, such a stand can be made of any size to fit the window, writes Sylvanus Van Aken ,in the Orange-Jud- d Farmer. When one desires to make the room more attractive for a party it may be wheeled away and placed against facing shelves the wall, the the room. It will thus provide a bank or plants and flowers. Its portability is also a great advantage on cold nights, since it saves 4he labor ot moving pots one by one, as Is necessary where stationary plants or tables without casters are used. In summer, when plants go out ot doors, it may be set against the side of the house in a sheltered place, and it will be as useful as indoors. The design illustrated herewith is two feet high, two feet from rront to back, and three feet long at the back. The shelves are each eight inches wile and three inchest deep. The top one Is three feet long, the middle two and one-hal-f feet long and the bottom two feet long. These shelves should be covered with a couple or inches or sand, in which the pots are to be plunged. If this sand is kept moist it will prevent unusual drying ot the soil in the pots. The whole framework should be mounted on casters, preferably of iron, and braces should be placed at the back and across the bottom, as shown in the drawing. CAUSE OF CHESTNUT BLIGHT " USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE " HIGH ART A GOOD SIGN 70 A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. 1 4 A. LYNN PERRY 1 TheNew Depositor Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service. , All we ask is nn opportunity to serve you that we may prove he qnality of onr banking service. We invite you to call and sae us, and-ehick- Citizens NaliooaS Bank Krar Court Htaaa. Withering of Trees Is Result of Boring by Insect Between Outer and Inner Barjc. Thomas Davy Candy of Langhorne, Corner Main and South Court Street. Winchester, Ky. n n near Philadelphia, declares that he has discovered the cause of the blight which is withering chestnut trees in h lime-deposi- ts? EASILY Breed for fertility' in your cows. Your heifers are your future cows. to A dairy cow is not constructed ' stand exposure. Sugar beet pulp is a very good feed for milch cows. Tho dairy cow should essentially be a large and rich milker. The first and greatest law of breeding is "like begets like." Comfortable shelter goes a long way towards making dairying pay. Never offer a poor pound of butter for sale; rather, feed it to the pigs. The Guernseys havealways been ,noted for possessing a strong body. The best time to feed rutabagas to dairy cows is immediately after milking. MADE SPRING HINGE the middle and south Atlantic states. ot an A boring beetle, inch long, black In color, which lays its eggs between the outer and the inner barks, is tho primary cause, he says. Grubs are hatched from the eggs, and these penetrate the soft Inner bark, following its course around the. tree trunk. Above the patch oi the borer occurs the blighted appearance. Myriads ot the tiny worms were found upon a single tree upon Mr. Candy's land, and the total result ot their depredations was so extensive that the tree, he says, appears to have bean scorched by fire. The blight has become so serious in Pennsylvania that the legislature appropriated $275,000 to a commission appointed by the governor to Investigate the cause of the disease and to devise ways for exterminating It METHOD i Don't buy a Car until you have investigated the Buick line. We have cars ranging; in price from $S50 to $1S0U, 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 kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us a trial. -- i WINCHESTER GARAGE E. Home Phon L KING Proprietor. 21 East Tenn.344 Where Double Door Is Desired Method Shown In Illustration Will Be of Value. , OF COLORING WOOD Where a spring hinge Is desired for a double swing door, the method Staining wood after it has been of putting two ordinary hinges to- gether as shown in the illustration,-- will .sawed, planed and converted into be of value. To make the upper and woodwork or furniture is a most orlower hinges two pairs of spring dinary procedure, but the staining of hinges are used, as employed for tho wood while the tree it composes hanging screen doors, these are rivet- is alive and growing is a departure ed together with the springs on oppo- - from old methods. The illustration shows a device by which coloring Substantial Change in Color of Tissues Effected by Injection of Matter Into Trees'. Oxy-Acetyii- ne Welding Of Automobile' Parts. I have installed a alodern Welding and Cutting 7. Specially Adapted tc Welding: Auto mo-- " bile Parts, such as cylinders, crank cases and all other parts of Automobiles, KiilHrig Machinery, Farm Machinery, Gas Engines, Etc. We weld all metals with the and they are as strong or stronger than new. guaranteed. Oxy-Acetyli- ne Outfit of ' seven the the most promient proposed route along fanners life. signified their intention of donating the right of way. through their lands, and agreed to sign the option at once. One land owner in attendance, owner of three farms on the line, donated the right of way, through all three. A committee composed of J. J. Flowers In Ceremonies. When the swarthy Spaniards cap- tured Mexico, they found in the lake which almost surrounded the capital city many floating gardens, the frag rant temples. IntGreece and Rome flowers were made into .huge, triumph al arcnes. ana a special least w now-- 1 "ers. known as the Flora, was. en tab- llshcd in their honor J ' j 1 The kicking cow is probably the member of a most aggravating herd. Spring Hinge. Study and work to have your cows do their Lest, then do your part with site sides, or back to back, as illusthe "milk. must When a cow has been dry for some trated. The rivetsmiddle be flush with section The time' be gentle with her when she."16 face f the door can be mortised so that the mid again. freshens hinge will set into same, The greatest aid in th-- prevention dle section of with any double-swin- g of souring and care of all dairy prod- as must be done spring hinge. ucts is. temperature. The strong' cow fs one that will Obstructed Teats. raisu p. calf every- year. and produce If the cow has obstructed teats, be large quantity of milk. IfAAntnfr f Ti o rnwq rnmfnrtnVilo 1e n very cautious aDout inserting milk neglected p0int in the management of tubes, probes or qillls. Nothing of I the kind should be inserted In a cow's herd during the fallbe months. mam j teat, excepting as a last resort, and Tfae snIk patl gjjouij-extreme care consiaeration, but njt the sole one In." then only with the-moand cleanliness. Juaging the value of the dairy cow. The strong cow can eat and' digest Foaming Craapru quanties of food, and this Is es-B.,l, foP tu. nro4nctioa of hie milk If the, cream in the churn foams up and runs aver tfie churn is too full or yields. tk area f is irofwr ly v ripened. s Torch All work CHAS. HAGAN, Machine and Repair Works, Corner Broadway and Highland L Coloring Growing Wood. 1 matter is injected into the tissues of tli? tree In such manner that it will be distributed by the natural circulation of the sap, thus effecting a substantial change in the color of the tissues with which, it comes In contact. Apple Differing Terms for Coins. The language of money differs In different parts of the United States. On the Pacific coat the usual term for a quarter dollar is two bits. In the rural communities of New York and New .ngland the people still talk of shillings, referring lo the old colonial coin of twelv and a half rents. Choice Engravings. 4 "America Is not deficient in patriotism nor in love or art." said the cheery citizen. "N'o." replied Sliss Cayenne. "But Just the same, the general eagerness to possess $20 bills ts not da entirely to the fact that George Wart-laston- 's picture is on them." Wash ington Star. ' ; Distance for Apples. Make Use of It. trees do best at a distance of Some weak people are so sensible o: two rods each way, unless it is a variety that tends to grow upward rath- their weakness as to be able tojBate er than outward. Such trees may be good use of it. , sat 25 feet, apart, , Vnn Tip tOxTatkera. ".n't nrnlft ' sr. talker" by dolns.-'Kfaf- r are seeded. . .nnJ eoaparlaoM 7C ( . f THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page ' Tflrtc 1 1151 1 Buys--a Good First-Cla- ss Every Day Watch t OPTICIAN Headaches. Biliousness. Constipation. Ayers Pills. Ask - Your - Doctor Headaches. Biliousness. Constipation. Aycr'sPilSs. Headaches. "Biliousness. Constipation. Ayer's Pills., Headaches. Biliousness. Constipation. Ayer's Pills. If your doctor. says this is all right, remember it! , CARD OF THANKS J.tt ArerCo.. Lowell. Maw. I JEWEIER ft CH.BOWEN CALL AND SEE IT OC - OFFICE OF ASSOCIATED 5 i would IETY My Creed be Inio, for there are those trust me; 1 wciiiltl he puie,,for there aw those who care; for there is much I would 1)0 to brave, for there is I would much to daic. I would $10 a friend to all the foe, who i lie friendless; I would be giving and forget tha sn.: fI would he hiiinhle, for I know my weakness: I would look up and laugh and lovt and lift. Harpers Bazaar. Enlisted in the Army .Jfasier.-oof t!ii city, in the army at the Lexington lecruiting office :n'd 'w aigncd ( the infantry. Leron. en-lift- To Meet Thursday Unit Chapter. 1). A. 1!.. and Vir- In the following we are attempting only, to thank and express to you our sincere appreciation for the sympathy nnd kindness that has been shown us during the illness and death of my wife, and our mother, to each and everyone, who said or II thought a kind word of her, we wish it were possible- to tlulnk them personally; especially, do we appreciate d night hid fair to inaka.it one of the and thank Dr. Barrow and Dr. in their every effort to have mor-- t delightful social events of the sent her Iack to us well and strong, se:ton. Saxton & Troy's Orchestra, of the untiring energy of Miss McKan and Sister Mary iPius in administerLexington, is to furnish the iuu-.iing to her every want and comfort; also to two of her old neighbors.' 'Mrs. I'oy Smilli is spending a week .Mrs. Ed Paee.and Mrs. J. W. Spenin Carlisle. cer, of Lexington, Ky., who on ac 3irs. Lee Ifatliff has returned to count of circumstances were ahle to her home in Carlisle from a visit toj(1o f()r that ,ve were ot ler t,,; her daughter, Mrs. If. L. Ilenrv to do things they did for us tlierc Mr. If. L. Henry has returned from words arc futile their only reaa visit to Sfiaip-l)ur- g wCiere he atson for being so kind and generous tended tha sale of liis father, Mr. .1. was, "she had been kind to them," tc move to Win- W. Henry, who our only thought was "Cast thy r chester on March 1 bread upon the waters; for thou 'Mrs. of Paris, is the shalt find it after many days." gue.- -t of Mrs. Fannie Dean. To Bro. Chandler and P.ro. I?ob-hsn'Mr. H. L. Henry was in Wilmoiv we will always remain indebtFiiday. ed for the beautiful and 'loving triiMr. and Mrs. John F. Davis arc bute they paid to her. To II. II. bqing congraiualled on the arrival Hall, undertaker, we wish to thank Saluiday morning. iFobruary 17. of him for the manner in which the A fine ndi at their home in Shelby funeral was conducted. ville. Mrs. T. I. Davis, mother of To all, we thank you. Mr. Davis, left at once for Slielby-villJ. Y. SCOBFF. and FAMILY. The Associated Charities' office Pel has been moved from the Fraternity .Building to the rootns over MeCord & Phillips' store. MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! Kin-nair- When in need of any meal don't forget that we have the old fashion water mill stones and do custom grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite, David Gay's warehouse, on corner a-Winn avenue. ss i. FIRST LA GRIPPE, THEN BRONCHITIS. Such was the case with Airs. W. S. "My wife Bailey. McCrcary, Ky. was taken down, with a severe attack of la grippe, which run into bronchitis. She coughed as the sbe had consumption ami could not sleep The Doctor's medicine at night" gave 'her no relief and I was advist'd to try Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The first bottle gave her so much 'relief that she continued using Ttsnd three bottles effected a permanent cure." Mr. W. S. Bailey say? he is prepared to answer 1I inquir-'e- s promptly7. For sale by All Druggists. -- n, Surgeons and Specialists, at the Every woman is invited to consult our Staff of Fl Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y., by letter at my expense R.V. Pierce, M.D. There ,is every reason why women should not trust their delicate constitutions in the a thorough medicd education ,to appreciate aad hands of unskilled persons. It is every reason why she shouiJ understand the female organism. There r czislist. " Favprite. Prescription" imparts strength tofthe whole As a powerful, invigorating tonic uworn-out,d For system and to the organs distinctly feminine in particular. 11 house debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, "shop-girls,- " keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is unequaled as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. .as a sootntng ana strengtn-enin- g nervine "Favorite Pr(- JUST SEND JWE THIS COUPON escription" is invaluable in 2 allaying and subduing nervous fflVjiLIDS' UOTCC, Bailalo, X. Y. DS. PIERCE'S excitability, irritability, nervous Pleaso icsd r,c letter of aiivifc tad yonrKouk Jfcr T.'cxca, c!! a! postaga paM without r.y c.LIes.Uo15 oa my p&rt whatec. exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, y Kamc.. fainting spells, and other disPost OCcc.. tressing, nervous symptoms ,.IIov7 loss clilicteJT AscI Arc yon marrfcO?.. commonly attendant upon Trora Trhich tcu scfTcr. Tvro crosses (XX) Makes cm (X) in front of the functional and organic disease in front cf the one Iro;n which yci sutler n:u.:. Ccst:paMo:i KWnty Trcci& orIarir4r,Dom Coach of the distinctly feminine t?,tanh Jitrfdcr TrraUo lnfuircrixij K00"? .. .cs gans. It induces refreshing-slee......xiccoaens ' ULIr.0M rctccSptii ivff. t Obciit? Grar-aland relieves mental anxPalninBaic Skinl)i3ue Stonach'rroljfe t t as'.xn Irsiraro UlooJ iety and despondency. Fciaaie WcaUc C!'r.c cr T "- li"ti ...... IUi t unuitism Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is devised and put up by a physician of vast experience in the treatment of woman's maladies. I i ingredients nave tne inaorsemenr. or leading pnysicians in an scncois cr practice. The " Favorite Prescription " is known everywhere as, the standard remedy for diseases women and has been so regarded for the past forty years and more. of Accept no secret nostrum in place of " Favorite j?rescript'oti " a medicine OF ksown Sold by all Druggists. COMPOSITOM, with a record of forty ye'ars of satisfaction behind it. One to three Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate the stomach, liver and bowels. Dr. Easy to take ,as candy. , a dose. Send 31 one-cestamps to pay cost of wrapping and mailing c:tly cn a free copy Invalids' Hotel of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, , and Surgical Institute, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. rcs INVITE EVERY WOMAN over-workeT run-down- ," -- o ai'-m- p 1 ri rj 1 - nt cloth-boun- d. -- e. ginia JlaiHon Chapter. U. H. Mr. Henry 0. Thomas, of this city, wi'! meet with Mr. Charles Xel-o- n at attended the funeral of his brother, ALL YOUR STOMACH htr home at IVM) South Maple street. Mr. John Thomas, in Paris. Friday. Fdiniarv 22. at 2:30 o'clock. C Preparations For Dance We often wonder how St. Peter 01 Gas, Heartburn And Preparations for the dance to h- - ever Sel3 na stay Ule 'emal indigestion, and argue It oui who want to . by the vlth him. Chicago j.iven at the Auditorium Dyspepsia Go And YcuFeel Fine young men of the city "Wednesday , Record-Herald- ' Enough to Vex a Saint. In Five Minutes SPRING GOODS 8 Every year regularly more than r. million stomach sufferers in the United States, England and Canada take Pape's Diapepsin, and realize not on- We have received our SPRING LINE OF GOODS but lasting relief. ThisJiarmless preparation will digest anything you cat and overcome stoma sour, gassy or ach five minutes afterwards. If your .meals don't fit comfortably or what you cut lies like a lump oi lead in your stomach,' or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of Indigestion. Get from your Pharmacist a case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no ly immediate, er ls Consisting of Suits, One-Pie- ce Dresses, Waists, Etc. J COME IN AND HAVE A LOOK v. belching of 'undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness of heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea, Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness of Intestinal griping. This will all go and, besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison yoni breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is .a certain cure stomachs, because it for takes hold of your food as if youi stomach wasn't tlierc. IJelief in five minutes from al' stomach misery is waiting for you at er any drug store. cases coniaic These large more than sufficient to Vhoroughh cure almost any case of Dyspepsia, indigestion or any other stomach 50-ee- nt disorder. i Few Useful Hints. Stains mar' 3 by medicines, and especially Ilnlmc t marks, a among the moat obstinate- ot removal and frequently tar ame'teur knowledge to the utmost. Iodine marks may. however, be successfully removed by means of liquid ammonia., a little of the spirit being .poured Into the saucer and the stained garment laid X"oss 11 ana" the' spot dab ed repeat Uy with the fingers until it disappears.- - !t should then be rinsed In tepid .water and washed with strong soaps us In the usual manner. - WINM I" IV CLOAK & SUII CO. Inc. A. M. DOMB, Manager. Elks Building Both Phones 364. . 61 Main Street IL'-- k WINCHESTER, KY. Justifies Nursery Rnyme. I The school children of Germany are taught to swim without the use of wa-ter and thus does un . old nursery rhyme secure Justification. ; wiil have his I'.ible ! THE SOUND SLEEP The saloon is on the. run. In thoe ' The pa.-tparts of the count rVAvhere it has classes Fridftv afternoon and oen- OF GOOD HEALTH not yet struck 'its running gait it ing. seems booked for an early start. The Owing to the indivpcr-itioof the ' Is not for those suffering from lad- Fir.-.- t liiiior men are in the position of that pastor, the ney ailments and irregularities. The fanner who had driven a te.un iflchurch had the pleasure of hearing' pn.-mpuse of Foley Kidn'ey Pilln FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! mules to town, and was persuaded to an able sermon from licv. Y. K. will dispel backache and rheiun.i- step into a penny arcade and, for Hudson Iat Sunday. IMr. Ilntl.-o- n j o Will pay you. the Highest Casb the. first time in his life, hear a pho- i c tlii SiinpnTilpiiilPtir nr flip Smil n tKnrr n vnclnra nnrma! Prices for your Furs. nograph play one of.Sousa's marchit mini.-- , iiciiv ill iu. luuuiittiiu:-- . action, and with it health and J. W. HLSEL es. He put the hearing tubes to his Keutucky. Tennessee, North Carolistrength. Mrs. 'M. F. Spalsbury. Bridge Junk Shop, car, and listened. As the first notes na and Georgia. Sterling, III., says: "I suffered great No. 23 North Maple st. of the full brass 'hand came crashing Rev. If. L. Walton gave n beautiful Tennessee Phone ,215, Home on to his ea,r drums he dropped the exposition of the story of the datli pain in. my back ami kidneys, could East not sleep at night, and could not Phone 596. tubes and started for the door, ex- and raising of Lazarus at the prayer raise .my hands over my bead. But claiming, ''Here comes the band., meeting Wednesday night. two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills HOW COLD AFFECTS and I left them raules unhitched." Mr. Cumnraig-- was in Lexington. cured me. FiJey Kidney Pills "hav The band is coming, and someljndy Wedne.-da- y arranging for a meeting my heartiest endorsement." THE KIDNEYS. has left the saloons unhitched. of Laymen Friday of next week in For Sale by All Druggists. Lexington that the eufhusiamof the Avoid taking cold if your ,kjdney? "Convention at Chatta- A Cold congests the The congregation of the Central are sensitive. WARNING AGAINST WET FEET kidneys, throws too much work upon linptiit elmi'ch regrets the inability nooga might be distributed somewhat "Wet and chilled feet usually affect them, and weakens their action. Se- of its pastor, Rev. Geo. AV. Shepherd, among the CeiitrnLKentueky chinchthe mnbous membrane of the nose, even to til) the pulpit next Sa.bUitJi. "Mr. es. kidney trouble and rious throat and filings, and la gripp, may result. Shepherd is still a great sulfeier disease r.right'shionohitis or pneumonia may result. First Christian Church Strengltten your kidneys get rid of from rheumatism. carefully, particularly the the pain ami soreness, build .them up At a called meeting of the C. w.i Watch President Clark, of Wclcyan nliifilrvn nn1 ?mm 41m vnnl'inn stafc- -iui by the timely use of Foley Kidney so acceptably filled tho I!. At. of tl.n Christian cburcl. Wed- - "'""cu' noni congns give foaey s iioney Pjlls- They will cure any case of pastors' place last Sunday, has kindplans were adopted for raisCompound. It soothes the iskidney or bladder trouble not beyond ly consented to preach Sunday. ing the annual pledge of the Society Tar tlamed membranes, and .heals b ttie reach of medicine. No medicine for Missions. coughs quickly. Mrs. A. A. Swagl, can do more, s President Cros-fiel- d, of the ColWashington St. Presbyterian Church Kroli, Wis., says: "It always git will For Sale by All Druggists. Hev. G. A. Jopliu, Secretary of the lege of the Rible. Lexington, Foley's Honey and Tar Compound .to pieach here next Swnday evening at j Kentucky Sunday School Associa my children. It" cures their coughs CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. tion, represented Kentucky in a con- 7 o'clock. The burden of hi mesand colds ind they like to take it." will be the need of niiui.-tcr- s. ference of the General Secretaries sage For Sale by All Druggists. George W. Shepiierd, pastor. Serand ho will urge the importance ol vices at Court House. Sunday school of the United States and Canada, the church constantly having young 9:30 a. ro. Preaching at 11 a. m. which met,in New Orleans. fURXM! FURS!! FURS! boys in preparation for the minisind 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeti(g) Mr. Joplin will preach at the Will pay you the Highest Cull is an exWednesday at 7:30jj. ra. satslO-t- f iPrc.Jiyteriaii try. President Washington Street ceptionally eloquent speaker and Prices for your Fux3. chund Sunday morning and evening. ' J. W. HISEL FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. M. the house should 'be crowded to hear Bridge Junk Shop, Will pay yon the Highest Cash S. Browne TJiurday afternoon. The him. No. 23 North Maple st. Pi ices for yonr Fnrs. treasurer reported a very satisfacEast Tennessee Phone 215, HoflM The Woman's Missionary Society J. S7. HISEL tory amount in the treasury. The U-18-ta Phone 596. Bridge Junk Shop. regular exchange was not held Sat- of the Methodist church "will meet 2-o'clock No. 23 North Maple st urday, the ladies turning all their next Tuesday afternoon, The fir( program of the Social SerEye Strain. East Tennessee Phone 215, Homt contributions over to the W.r C. T. Of all the misfortunes that cooM-Mvice Committee, "The child at work," Jhone 596. fT. Exchange. fall a human being, the losarof will bp in charge of Mrs. W. II. GarIs probably the greatest, and yet' organ of the body 13 so cobs ner, the fourth First Baptist Church Belgium's Proud Position. abused as the eye. The trouM4tC Belgium is one of the smallest coun Circle met The Junior Mission mat tne possessor or ue normal .mn tries In regard to area, containing Associated Charities does not take into consideration vkM l.T to arrange for a social only 11,373 square miles, but It stands February (The officcis of the ' Associated In all near work, as in Teadlas. wrUr today the fifth of all nations of the which will Jie given February 22 at Charities, arc now located over the ing, sewing, etc., the eye la world in regard to commerce and Industry, and is the most densely set- 7:30 o'clock, in the ehurehparlors. store of McCord & Phillip. Mr. j engaged as well as the basdj. brain, and that the eye only la at tled In Europe, containing 7,317,561 Genrgo "Washington invitations arc Conkwright "was kind Tenought to wiien looking into space or inhabitants. is also one of the to be delivered to each memlwr'of It. closed. move free of charge. richest countries per capita and secthe ehurtd, also friends outside. ond to none In enterprise. The moderate change of weather Lrpon entering the parlors each one Joke on Composer. the past few days has made some bad iiuit pay as many cents as the djy decrease upon the demand of the erSIgnor Leoncavallo once Betas Ignorance. amusing experience. biith-da- y Ignorance of books Is not the great- of the montli upon which his 1 Associated The soup strange town where "UPagllaecT Charities. est ignorance. Ignorance of the ways being given, he attended falls. 'house has certainlv been a srreat anco to see how it waa readefed, of peace, of kindness, ot Justice, of ' Kefsheenents will 12 served, ami success and will be gratefully re- falling Into conversation charity, of unselfishness and honesty, wMm .M" is the ignorance which works the souvernirs will lie. given. neighbor, proceeded, by way, Misses membered bv its beneficiaries. ft most harm. Joke, to criticize the. work- - vaimumfk, ' Gariott and Bn.-- arrange the musi-fully. Next rcornipg be puail ! cal program, and Misses, France local newspaper a long article lefr TOM COWAN BACK. duclng al lhis statemenU aad b THE KING'S BUSINESS Ogden, Dorothy Porter; IFrancis Pen"Leoncavallo's opinion of 'PaaBaceti;? dleton, Helen Ford and all members Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is .i Corrn:tto"e, of- the will assist in the entertainment. back at his stand in the ;McEldowney 1 W. . T. U. met with .Mrs". J. E. P.uildingand'is now ready to serve Grubb-First Presbyterian Church lust Saturday afternoon. his old friends and customers wheie Many definite plans were made for The iMissionary Society will meet you will always, get prompt and Irst futui;e work, and with the outlook Monday afternoon at'hilpasl two class service; encouraging the. Union, hopes to"tlo with Mrs. James lopic: great things for Winchester. fOtexico and Co FM THE REWS. or n Pre-bytcri.- ni i : ? ll-18-4J ry ne.-da- y, Cro-sficl- '4. 10 ll-18-4- i lf vl f h f v j 'I i A' s' '4 Pate Four. THE WINCHESTER NEWS He has fought the tariff as CLASSIFIED COLUMN an unfair institution, and has not asked- for any pensiyn from friends accumulated through the protection CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Lexington, Ky., Feb. 16, 1912. of such a tariff. I? Woodrow Wil le a wwd for a ilnf. mmfm a ward far tltraa iawMvi hv To the Editor of The Xew: son is nominated we shall have to . V defend that pension stunt of his all I noticed in your of Febm- through the campaign. If wo nom- YiC a worrf far ucfc adtftUaal to- - 'i 'ary 14 an editorial on the candidates inate Harmon we can elect him. Mrtla. iu 10c a ward ear aaaffe. h of the Democratic party for the my opinion, as Cleveland was Presidential nomination, in which elected through tho kind of oppo- Seattarea' kuartiaaa, la par ward aaVr ! iRaartlaa. you take the position that Uncle Jud sition "given iiim in his own party, jj Harmon, of Ohio, has metaphorically for the praise of some men is a tUUdaf buartad far lata fta ta. cants. SftMKfl akarsai at ''torn his trousers" iu getting over knock and every knock from them far has tiraa K aaata. initiativc-athe referendum barbed is a hoost. And in, Ohio one cf wire fence before the Ohio Constitu- those men is John R. McLean. tional Convention. I do not 'believe Respectfully yours TRACY AND STOKELY Uncle Jud has hurt himself nearly a J. SHERMAN PORTER. much, as yon seem to think. cials. PEOPLE'S FORUM it WAKE UP! WAKE UP! dise over the counter at a profit it is the creating a demand for the merchandise on your shelves the selling of a class of merchandise that makes each sale another sale, and keeping the people informed of the nature and prices of the bargains in store for them. is'-u- e It is not merely the passing of called for merchan-- ' ml In the first place Ohio cities and IT'S SO EASY TO villages already have the initiative and referendum, so far as it relates to matters in which their welfare is concerned. Many of us who do faGo to iPhillips Drug Store and say vor tihe initiative and referendum differ on the details of the propo- I want HYOMEI outfit take it home result-gettin- g sition. Some of us do not want the op2n the box p'our n few drrps of to-da- y. thing lightly used, nor small percent- HYOMEI from the bottle into the lit ages of voters allowed to force ex- tle hard rubber inhaler breathe it pensive elections that will be furit-les- s for five minutes- - and note the re upon the taxpayers, and that is freshing relief breathe it four or He five times a day for a few days and exactly Uncle Jud's attitude. catarrh and all its disgusting sympcitwants the thing tried out in the ies and villages before it is made a toms will gradually disappear. state-wid- e HYOMEI contains no opium,-- coinstitution. I think he is No volume of his business is increased man will caine or other harmful drug and i iniright about it and I am for the advertising. The increase in a business invartiative and referendum. I am an sold on money back plan for catarrh, you advertising. Can you afford to for a more Ohioan and I think that if ever a asthma, croup, colds, coughs and castate needed the initiative and ref- tarrhal deafness. Complete outfit would a goods to lie on your shelves extra bottles if needed 30 erendum. Ohio does. Hut Uncle Jud itffLOO Icon-iat Philips Dmg Store hind 'aas been at the capitol as Governor druggists everywhere. Simple infor more than three years and he Costructions for use in every package ought to know what's what at Envelopes, of Heads, Heads, are in you can't fail to banish catarrh if lumbus and I believe he does know. Catalogues, Briefs, Circular Business Cards, Visiting Cards, vou follow instructions. One thing Judson Harmon has is one of in Dodgers, our done as Governor of Ohio: He has cut down the taxes the people have vicinity. to pay. He has put the 'burden of taxation on the 'big corporations which have Ibeen the chief offenders n for years. He 'has some casmore than doubled and-iFresh and Cured Meats, es trebled the tax assessments of Country Produce, nice eatthe big railroad corporations which ing and cooking apples R. R. S. Main St. GOLDIE PERRY, Proprietors Phones 91. 109-11- 1 the press 'bureaus of Woodrow Wil- and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. on charge him with being in league with. He has fixed it so that, no difference how extravagant state administrations may become or county administrations or city ad-- 1 lack and wife to Annie Morgan, one-ha- lf ministrations they may not tax the ' H. L. GILBERT & CO. a (there was no contest between Rev.--, mouth, and Senator Bigger-staffof lot on Oliver street, for $1 COLORED COLUMN t linker and Ileuderon in the pastoral Republican, from Bowling Green, and other considerations; Eliza Ja- people more than one per cent on the Home Phoni 37 assessed Valuation of their property. that the mcnsuie be adopcall at Broadway as was published icfjue.-'tc- d cob, etc., to James Taylor, house How Kentucky would blossom as the ' ! ted unanimously. in tliis column last Saturday. on East Washington street, for $100. (W. W. Banks, Editor) rose if its total taxes were held down l chim3Iiss Anna li. Wilson has We frequently hear of disorderly Eiiza Jackson to Julia Williams, to one percent of the valuation! Tile negro race is in its infancy. ed fiom a two weeks' vi-- U to friend? "niggers' insulting respectable colhou.-in .Poynterville, for $1 etc.: Besides traat Unele Jud is being 0Kftn of the forty negro doctors in Cincinnati. ored ladies at t'ae depot while wait- Andiew Rucker to J. W. Adams, opposed by John R. McLean, the re- Louisville have automobiles. i Ice was cut in the Monongaheln ing for the late train at night. Some tract on Dry Fork, for $1 and other At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, ictionary owner of the Cincinnati J?" Lexington is to have a colored river at Brownsville, Pa., lait' Sunday thing should be done to prevent such consideiations. Enquirer, and AYiiliam Alsorandolph G miles from, Winchester, on good Cjptamercial College. to immerse 27 colored Metho- conduct. Presiding Elder J. S. Bailey. o pike and iu neighborhood of very The Tennessee Colored K.. of P.. dists the thermometer registerTue ladies of the Missionary So- Maysville, was the gue- -t of Rev. J. Hearst, of the New York American, if ir.d about nine other papers, who best graded schools, a most desira liodge case goes to the United States ed 14 degrees below zero. ciety of Allan's Chapel, C. M. E II. 'Saunders, Wednesday. ire as thick as thieves iu politics ble business property, consisting of Court. Dr. A. B. Deany was called to Mt. church, will give v. Martha WashingSupreme Bccknerville: The lodge 'Iicie had ind business. The opposition of storeroom, stock of goods, 2 nice .The colored people of Lancaster. Stciling last Sunday. ton tea at the U. B. IF. Hall Thursto adjust McLean is one of the i call meeting in Jan-narindorse- - dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large best JEty., are planing to buy a park. The Lincoln school, the new .?S0.-00- 0 day evening, February 22. Admis- socm impoitanl matters. C. T. nenis Uncle Jud could have. His gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. iSJudge Stump has decided in favor A probuilding in sion 10 cents, lunch free. negro public school Poynter, W. M. Hopewell. Gaifield lewspaper, which used to run one Will sell at a bargain if taken at negro church in the Baltimore Louisville, was formally dedicated gram will ibe rendered. ind George B. Bell, of Winchester, column in particular so indecent as once. See G. M. Glenn cn the prem test case. Wednesday wa tho 0.7th anni- were piesent. $67.50 were collected Monday, Abraham Lincoln's birthto bar it from many homes in Ohio, ises. A. $1,000,000 hospital is being day. Judge J. C. Strothcr. white, versary of the Ibiith of Frederick on dues and $123.33 collected at the has been the Pharisee of Ohio De- erected in Louisville. One wing for and Hen. Alex Morris, coloicd, wc.e Douglas, whose eloquence 00 years Fdbinary meeting. This Bias 3G3 fi- TODD BROS., of &e tje whites and the other for the the principle ago caused the strong pillars ol nacial menibers and 440 on roll also 'ratic politics. No big leader oaity who would not bow the knee Home phone 472. Winchester, Ky. Gaificid Bell spent Monday in la very to quake and tremble, and $1,200 out on interest. colored. to McLean but got the axe at the 3 Keystone, West Virginia, has a Loxington. '.lis Mosaic cry in thunder tone-"Le- t On returning from a visit to hands of the Enquirer. He has been echofpulntion of only 3,000 yet it has Dr. li. L. Summers, of Winchs-te- r. my people go," was heard Chattanooga this week, Dr. C. II such a paity traitor and the ffcur colored pSiy&ieians, n lawyer. 2 Ky.. was in the city this week on a ing and reveberating in all parts of Wees brought a handsome walch to has 'been such a party lien-edi- ct 2 members of Ihe City bune-- s proclaimed Theodore Nichols, his faithful plicemen, Baptist. the United State as he lip. American Arnold that when McLean ran SANITARIUM ""VSTo"'- pubCouncil and the only from Northern platforms. Without Louisville. janitor. for Governor in 1809 he was delished in the place is "The Thus" a doubt Douglas was the grc.Ucs! The funeral of Walter Smith feated by an enormous majority bee&ited by 3L "T. Whittieo, a negro, America has ever producat Broadway Wednesday negro that FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! cause 75,000 to 100,000 with both white and colored composwe pride ourselves of having by Rev. J. 0. Cros. of Mt. Sterling. ed and Democrats refused to vole itors. has closed a meeting known him. Dr. J. Fi.-h-er Will pay yon the Highest Cash for him, though he must have reInst Sunday The Courier-Journat church The Zion Baptist MEN CURED AT SMALL COST u Louisvilel with 40 additions. ceived at least 50,000 Republican BMkult Surgical Operations Parlormed With contained an excellent cut of calling Prices for your Furs.. Georgetown is consiociing Skill and Succms, When Sargery 1$ Necessary JordUn C. Jackson, colored, votes. J. W. HISEL story negro hotel soon 1c. Ibis city, Rev. II. C. Baker, A nieracrenFiJCMWrHeforiii- g awarded t'hs contract for Bridge Junk Shop l?e erected in Louisville; tiio site--, Judson Harmon is a square man. MLL UIOCMOEd UT RICH formation PERMANENT CURE, the TVitcl States mail to and No. 23 North Mapie si If you don't believe it ask the 75,000 OH Positively Cuaranteed Kbilding and furnishing will co-- t over Rev. J.Kmall and Dr. J. S. Webb the railroad staions in Lex East Tennessee Phone 215, Honn Republican farmers who helped to VARICOCELEt DsCuFfM $200,000, all of which is negro capi- from will exchange pulpits tomorrow. Tlir ington. for the next four years. lect him in 1908, when Taft car- RUPTURE It Phoue 596. tal. members of each church aie asked Treatment In Loss of Vital Power assisted Mis'. W. M. Taylor ried the state by 09.000, giving Har- and RESTORATIVEC CURED In a Few Day. tLTheer arc 21 negroes employed in be present and bring a friend. Let UVnMlfCI SpKul Trettrant. free hfennitinn H I IfnUvCLC the white ladies in the soup house mon a plurality of 19,000 and whose jjon't gin up nope unm yon mtb kcd uiu vi. the Houston, Texas, v postotfice. Those Undesired Wrinkles. this cxcliange benefit the people. will (cits too FBIE a tBoroosh oxuaAn habitual expression of inquiry Is support was responsible for .1 i win t ti. T.Hlh. that DoUet He A drawing salaries amounting to $14,-'00- 0 movement. J. W. Mosby, Jr. ofike or riimilllnn Free and confidential at Trained to blame for permanent lines across Vean' p- - Book Mack Gay is quiie ill. His chil100.377 majority in 1910. He has br letter. Tweatr care. 6 experience.on Jan annually; 43 at Jacksonville, 'entertainMrs. Elsie M. iMasterson attendants. Beit of the forehead. Then there is another Free), upon receipt oi t cia. tor r, dren from a distance have been call- ed at cards Wednesday night. jFla., drawing $35,000; 30 at muscle whose office is to draw down been the first Governor Ohio has had Wat iTinmncta valuable Information. CaUatetomf piece of since I can remember who got pro628 WALNUT STREET, Ala., drawing $27,000; 15 in ed to his bedside. from the pvehrnws. It does Its Mrs. Kittie Quisenberry, speak of is Cincinnati, o. Abraham Lincoln was born 103 Washington, D. ., is visiting her work and what we gressive measures through the Legis Internal Revenue service qt the frown. The permanency of this ex The day mpffiier, Mrs.J. H. Harris iJouisrille, Ky., drawing $1G.500: 32 years ago last Monday. pression is not in keeping with a hap- lature and he had to fight a bunep.i py nature, and is one of the least de of crooked Democrats and Republicarriers at the Mobile, Ala., post-offi- was ntiiked .by the Senate CommitThe farm on which Abraham LinDMNK sired lines. tee recommending the paagc of the coln was born, in Larue county, will drawing $42,400. cans to get some cf his bills through and some of them in' both parties Mrs. 'Mollie Mitchell, nee Grimes, Negro Exposition bill. probably he converted into fiat'-oK-a-l Most Annoying. "It's fearfully annoying to lose all were indicted on the charge of plain A. W. Davis, a Christian who has not been here for 22 years, Elder park by act of Congress. on a is visiting her sister, Mrs. Anna E. church minister, has pnrfflascd the Mrs. J. S. Evans and mother en- Four money Mr. SiUIwad. "Yes," re boodling. "MOKE THAN WET scheme." said Wilson, at 54 Xorth aMple street. Lexington Standard, which he will tertained in lienor of Mrs. Henrietta plied Mr. Lambkin. "Such a disap Judson Harmon is the man who ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank publish under a new name. Everything. Gibson, of' Chicago, at a six o'clock pointment to find the most enticing said "guilt is personal," when he propositions coming along after yon "Doe3 be tell bis wife everything?--Te- t. in the dinner Tuesday. Copper last Saturday, a son, Richard A bill has been introduced your available coin on pointed out the futility cf attempting have jwuited all even when be baa Ms salary Legislature to pension the State r P. Gordon. to fine corporations rather than im- raisea.'' Ratal flstaSe transactions 5n the a prospectus.' J- offi- 'By rdquesf we wish Mo state that Confederate soldiers at "$10 per County Clerk's office D. T. Mat- -. prisoning their A BARGAIN. medium employed by the business men of Winchester It reaches more homes and is read by more people than any paper published in the County. Is the most THE WINCHESTER NEWS If sold at once; house "of 4 rooms; lot 30x130; cistern gas. outbuildings rents at $10 per month; here is a chance to net 10 per cent on your investment. Office in McEldowney Building BOTH PHONES . FOR RENT Four or live rooms, gas and cistern. Home phone 6G or apply at No. 116 North Highland. 213-t- f IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE deny that the year's WANTED intelligent thorough and systematic iably than pays unsought When you by year's permit where little advertising GET THE BUSINESS Note Invitations, Job Department Young men wanting a mnicul education at very little cost should join Modern Woodmen, or America Band and Orchestra. For particulars apply Geo. H. Maekie, at Barnes' Grocery or Dr. E. R. Bush, president, Fraternity Building. need Etc., then Statements, Letters, the best equipped this FOR SALE The 3ig Run Coal, tha best on the market; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Construction Company. 11-28-- tf- THE WINCHESTER NEWS (daily) THIS WAY FOR F0R SALE 100 extra nice Bhodt Island Red pullets and cockrels.-Hom- e phone 813-- A. -tf SUN SENTINEL and tax-dodgi- weekly n Iisnre iii STROTHER'S . OLD RELIABLE AND Terms Cash FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AGENCY Mffica Fraternity Mm., Mmm i V Ml J.M.STEVENSON Attsrney-at-Law at f 60 S. Main St. E. E. LOOM IS WiMrMsttr, Ky. I B For Sale or Rent! Auctioneer McEldowney BuiMiRf, ' Winchester, Ky. PENDLETON, BUSH Attemeys-at-La- w k BUSH 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Hone Paeae TN. ta Ky. Office Muni -- DR. HI. L. MYERS. DENTIST. Firm Heer JfcBfewaty I tail ' ter If A WINCHESTER, KY. En-qui- icr of-!ic- DR. DOLLE'S new-.pap.- ir "WbeiYwrBaekbLftK- -l EciCaMtfatNlBM TaT.IIM MRVUlLULLUal At sildralers-PrirOSTER-MIUMHW ce 50c SOU BUFrALS , N . T. C. AOKMTSl u.af.o". al t has-bee- car-lyin- an rlUCiO 4rT0 . 'raUaa i. r nrm n.enr ll-lS-4- -- coWAh - Oark County 3lont-gbmey- pi. Vafiona BANk ACCMNM Of MMMIIC ce f&aXoa Hi van. mm NirClMila, Pi Capital and Surploa back-numbe- 9350,000.00 law-breaki-